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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00087
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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lkes Import

Rates and


ad Men Ol

t Changes in



Icted to Changs

Made by mission.

There was a me ng of the Florida
Iilroad Commiss n yesterday for the
rwose of maki some important
n in certal classifications and
gs. Chairman Dy and Commission-
Sorgan were pr ent
According to la no change in clas-
Ication or rate can be made without
ication to the various railroads in-
Wrested. This is i order to give them
opportunity to resent evidence and
agents in their own behalf.
The different roast were notified that
he above mention meeting would be
hld, and the fol wing corporations
ere represented:
The Georgia So hern and Florida,
by John M. Cutler
The Atlantic, Va losta and ~stern,
bh Smith D. Picket
The Plant Syste by J. A. Crosland.
The Seaboard A Line, by E D.
EIe. r
The Louisville a d Nashville, by F.
The proposed ch ge was in the clas-
ication of small ruits, berries and
ugetable baskets. The old classifica-
r'Baskets, viz.: it, Berry and
qegetaoles, 10,000 unds; Class P."
SThe change readK
"Baskets, viz.: Muit and Berry, ,-
W pounds; Class P. Vegetable, 20,-
o0 pounds; Class ".
The railroad rresentatives com-
hatted this change, nd presented some
tong arguments showing why it
ao0uld not be mad,. They stated that
the roads could no afford to do busi-
ur under such a jnting, but the com-
misloners though otherwise, a"d the
Cange was ordered.
This ruling meaa much for berry,
tmit and vegetable growers. In the
r of fruits aid berries it means
Increased car ca city of 50 per cent
chile in vegetable ipments it allows
an increase of 100 ir cent This is not
all the benefit that ill accrue to farm-
ers and truck-gkon Under the old
more than 10,000 pounds was
eiiently shipped one car, and the
pers were c fot two cars.
they are allo .ed 15,000 pounds to
car in shippi fruits and berries,
20,000 pounds or vegetables.

hasseean joins with them in extending
congratulations and well wishes in ad-
vance of the happy event The follow
Ing invitation has been received in this
"Mrs. M. Dzialynski requests the
honor of your presence at the marriage
of her daughter Etta to Mr. Louis E.
Cohen, of Tallahassee, Florida. Wed-
nesday, March 19th, 1902, at 11:30 a. m.
Commercial Hotel, Gainesville, Fla." '

Regular Monthly Session Held at the
Court House Tuesday.

The Board of Commissioners of Leon
county held their regular monthly ses-
sion at the court house on Tuesday.
Present, L. C. Yaeger, chairman, and
Commissioners E. C. Smith, W. L.
Moor, W. D. Stoutamire and W. J.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
The following accounts were exam-
ined, approved and ordered, paid, war-
rants for the several amounts were
drawn, signed and sealed by the clerk,
and countersigned by the clerk in open
County poor ................ .$111 50
C. A. Bryan, county auditor .... 50 00
Geo. W. Hale, janitor .......... 20 00
Talla. Lumber Mfg. Co., armory, 30 00
R. A. Whitfield, fee in lunacy
case ....................... 2 00
Dr. E. M. Brevard, fee in lunacy
case ....................... 2 00
C. Hopkins, fee in lunacy case.. 1 00
W. A. Demilly, fee in lunacy
case ........................ 100
Capital City L. & T. Co., gas and
coal ...................... 31 25
W. J. Johnson,use of wagon on
road ...................... 6 00
Geo. W. Hale, wood............ 3 50
J. H. Patterson, nails ..........1 75
E. B. Manning, justice peace
fees ......................... 4 89
Jerry Butly, constable fees..... 10 60
E. B. Manning, janitor and wit-
ness fees .................... 2 00
R. A. Whitfield, fqr witness fees, 1 00
E. W. Clark, stationery........ 1 10
Jos. Duncan, coffin for pauper.. 5 00
N. S. Johnson, work on an iron
bridge ...................... ,;
B. F. Page, J. and wit. fees..... 2 50
C. R. Langston, constable fees.. 7 10
K B. Manning, J. P. fees....... 2 10
JE B. Manning, witness fees J. P. -
court .. .................... 150
WC.C. Cromartie, constable fees, 7 20
ix. A. Whitfield, Co. judge fees.. 1 78
J. A. Pearce, feeding prisoners. 35 60
J. A. Pearce, fees in lunacy..... 5 25
JA. Pearce, sheriff fees........ 2025
-H. & W. B. Drew, blanks........ 1 43
A. Stephenson, repairing chairs.- 5 50
G. P. Raney, legal advice....... 25 00
0. Bernard, game warden...... 20 00
u. 8. Crump, cutting trees from
road ....................... 250
J. B. Conner, J. P. fees......... 1 60
Jack Blake, constable fees....... 2 70
The committee appointed to report


Francis Lee G ltney, wife of Mr. th
Drew Gwaltney a daughter of Mrs.
liabeth VanB was born in Leon Cc
maity, Fla., May 1879, and died in aP
allahassee Febru 23, 1902, leaving ta
i husband, one c ld, a mother, five E
dlers, two brot ers and numerous r<
kiends to mourn er departure. s
At an early age ie joined the Meth- st
ist church, of wkich she remained a N
insistent memoerintil the day of her f'
lath., s
On the 18th of june, 1899, she was r
married to Mr. G altney, 'with whom C
the lived happily r the short period ri
d two years and jine -months, when
te was summons to "join the in-
nmerable carava that wends its
Lent way to that undiscovered coun-
Ih from whose borne no traveler re- o
;A dutiful daughter, affectionate wife C
ld mother, her death will leave an e
Idling void, not otly in the hearts of a
*se nearest to heil, but also of all who h
hkw and loved her-a void which can P
e'er be filled exce t by- a
"The Great Physician who still is'near, r
The sympathizing Jesus,
Who speaks .ae drooping heart to is
cheer- .: B
Oh, hear the voic2 of Jesus."

The Washington Post of a recent
'te contained a vry interesting arti-
A. on the Mallor s of Florida, and D
SBSome remini sciences concerning f
he elder Mallory t t possess a histor- a
jl value. The pr ent senior Senator s
hU Florida is a son of Senator a
Iihen M. Mallor, .who resigned his f
Sin the United States Senate in 1861, c
M later became la member of Mr. I
S' cabinet as Stcretary of the Con- C
Navy. HA bears the same r
name- tephen R.-as his T
Sious father, nd has made a f
Sin the Senat that is a tower of 6
to him th the people of '
His term f office will expire
the fourth of virch, 1903, and the
Ma Legislature is to elect his suc-
this year, bu It it s generally con-
Sthat he will succeed himself. It
jthe clear-headed Indomitable work- n
akeMr. Mallory irho is of the great-
Ytlue to any s te, and the people
PiOrida-if we ma~ iunde from Its 1

pon a public road to .be opened from
rump's store to the Estate place made
ieir report as follows:
"To the honorable Board of Count/
commissioners: We, the committee
appointed by the Commissioners to es-
iblish road from Crump's store to
state place, beg to make the following
port: Road to intersect the Tallahas-
ee and Miccosuki road at Crump's
tore, then across Crump's land to post
4o. 1, at corner of Winthrop's land,
actions 3 and 4; thence north along
aid line between sections 3 and 1. tO)
oad leading from Tallahassee to
haires, and will connect with said
oad about the Estate place.
The petition of W. I. Blake and
others to reopen that portion of the
[agnolia public road leading from Dry
3reek to the-Georgia line, was consid-
red after examining the petition filed
against the opening of said road, and
earning the counsel of both parties, the
parties themselves, and the evidence
dduced. Upon motion of Mr. W. J.
ohnson, said petition to open said
oad was rejected.
It is ordered that Jack Massey be and
s hereby allowed the sum of $2.50 per
month from the county poor tund.
It is ordered that Mrs. Eva Wilson be
md is hereby allowed the sum of $5.00
er month from the county poor fund.

"After using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my wae received per-
ect and permanent relief from a severe
and chronic case of stomach trouble,"
ays J. R. Holly, real estate, insurance
and loan agent, of Macomb, Ill. "Be-
ore using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she
would not eat an ordinary meal without
intense suffering. She is now entirely
cured. Several physicians and many
remedies had failed to give relief."
You don't have to diet. Eat any good
eoodf you want, but don't overload the
stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will
always digest it for you.
I take this method of thanking the
good people of Tallahassee for their
kindness and aid during the ilnsss of
my dear wife, who has, now gone to
rest; also the sweet care and attention
shown us toward my wife's mother,
Mran B. VanBrunt, who is now get-


Annual Convention to be Held

in Tallahassee Next Week


Wi .ast Three Days, Begialig Fri-
day Morning.

The fourteenth annual convention of
the Florida State Union of the Chris-
tian Endeavor Society, will be held in
this city next week, beginning Friday,
and continuing through Sunday, at the
Presbyterian church.
It is expected that quite a crowd will
be in attendance, as each society in the
biate, both senior and junior, is entitled
to two delegates. The committees ap-
pointed for the occasion are:
Reception-Mr. Henry Wharton, Mr.
Prank Black, Mrs. E, R. Hollinger, Mrs.
W. V. Knott, Mr. Lindsay Papy.
Music-Miss Janie Clark, Mr. Gaston
Day, Mrs. Myers.
Decorations-Mrs. Bannerman, Mr.
J. Mabry, Mr. Harold Hayes.
Literature-Miss Eliza McDougal,
Miss Mary Apthorp.
A reception will be tendered at 7:30
i iursday evening at the residence of
Mr. WM. McIntosh, Jr.
On Friday morning the opening
prayer service will be conducted by
Rtev. S. L. McCarty. Addresses of wel-
come will be delivered by ex-Governor
Bloxham and Mr. H. E. Bennett, with
responses in behalf of the State Union
by Mr. E. S. Upham, of South Lake
Weir, and in behalf of the Internation-
al Union by Clarence E. Eberman, of
An interesting program has been ar-
ranged for the entire convention. Many
prominent speakers from different parts
of the State wnl be present. On Satur-
day the convention will meet in -ie
Baptist church, where addresses will
be made by leaders in Endeavor work,
including one by Rev. C. E. Eberman,
of Boston. Sunday evening the dele-
gates will meet in the Methodist church,
where the Christian Endeavor prayer
meeting will be led by Mr. W. F. Child.
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 the Juniom
exercises will ue conducted by Mrs, W.
V. Knott, of laiahessee. At 3:30 Rev
C. E. Eberman, of Boston, will give an
interesting talb to children.

The best time to cure a cough or col
iswhen you are first affected. A pleas
ant and sure remedy for sore throat
weak lungs, brnithial soreness, cough
ing spells, etc., is .Gooch's Mexicar
Syrup for coughs and consumption. B
wise in time and keep a bottle in you]
medicine chest, always handy for im
mediate use, remembering the ol
adage, "a stitch in time saves nine.'
It is a true lung tonic and sells for onl;
25 cents.


Appointed for Ensuing Year at Counc
Meeting Tuesday Night.
A special meeting of the city counc
was held in the city hall Tuesday nigh
4 ne object was to hear the appoint
ments of standing committees for th
ensuing year. No other business wa
transacted. The committees are as fo
lows: a
Finance-W. F. Quaile, A. C. Spille
L. C. Yaeger.
Waterwbrks-Julius Ball, C. W. Pel
kins, R. J. Phillips.
Sanitation-J. A. Edmondson, Juliu
Ball, A. C. Spiller.
Laws and Ordinances-J. A. Ed
mondson, Julius Ball, C. W. Perkins.
Streets-R. J. Phillips, L C. Yaege
L. M. Lively.
Cemetery-C. W. Perkins, Juliu
Ball, W. F. Quaile.
Markets-A. C. Spiller, L. M. Lively
W. F. Quaile.
Lights-"u. C. Yaeger, J. A. Edmond
son, L M. Lively.
Fire-Department-L M. Lively, 1
J. Phillips, A. C. Spilelr.
Putrefying food in the intestines pr
duces effects like those of arsenic, bi
Dr. King's New Life Pills expel th
poisons from clogged bowels, gentl:
easily, but surely, curing Constipatiol
Liver, Kidney and Bowel trouble
Only 25c at all drug stores.
Money refunded if it ever fails.

Sfost Popul


SFRID Y, MARCH 7, 1902. tXXII, NO 2;

SRS this lucrative position. Governor Jen-
i nings appointments during the past TAHAE
week:TH 9 I
Notaries public for the State at large:
C. Buckman, Jacksonville; R. H. Pad- 45
gett, Clear Nater; H. B. Myers, Bis-
are of in t iTer aye; High, Zolfo; J. W. Knight, Bill Icd in Hose t
Floral City; N. H. Harrison, Lake City;
nd HarborPensacola;Frank E. Crawford, ont- Ap $8000000
t R brook.
T 00 0 W. M. Weaver, Key West, justice of --

STTS ER 0,000 ace for the Third District of Mon- A D ST. IARY
M. Sprkmm Looked Afte Florida's Getting Ready for the Normal Course. To be by Canal.--Major
Interests. Platonic Debating SocIety. Great Scheme.
From now until June a lively time is -
expected at the Florida State College.
The House Committee has completed The normal department opens next Notwita4l ng Major Gamble's 8T
the River and Harbor bill, and the Monday, and a large number of young years, he1#nadefatigable worker anS
item have been made public., Florida ladies and young gentlemen from all hangs o a undertaking with a ten-
com4s in for a generous share of the parts of the State are expected to arrive city thnly-inspires confidence,
appropriations, which will be good news Saturday and Sunday, to enter the nor- but is 4 to ring success.
to the people of the State. Congress- mal class Monday. Last year nearly one For se l ars the major has been
man Sparkman is a member of the hundred students from different parts working a heme for the construe-
rouse Committee on Rivers and Har- of the State entered this class and were tion of anal to connect the wa-
bors, and it was largely through his in- so well pleased with the college that a ters of t lssippi river and the St-
defatigable efforts that Floripa was so still larger number is expected this Mary's r Georgia. A glance at
well provided for. { year. Students have been entering this the mapjll show the great ad-
The measure as completed carries an class for the last month, though the vantage h waterway would be to=
appropriation of $60,700,000,1 which is normal is not advertised to open until Florida tfz e t ansportation of freight.
about $2,000,000 more than the bill March 10th. saving a, ,uld a long sea voyage
which was defeated at the last session President Murphree and Prof. Buch- around t4 n e State.
of Congress. Of the amount appropria- holz, principal of the normal, are mak- Mr. Ga" e seen the advantage of
ted $24,000,000 is cash and $36,000,000 ing all arrangements to receive a large such a c-,lA, he has been working
is in continuing contracts, and avail- number of students next week. When hard to igis plans to a focus. He
able July 1, 1903. The appropriation a student starts from home to enter has had crtive pamphlets printed
for Florida amounts to $2,000,000, di- this college he may feel that he is going and circ e and since Congress
vided as follows: to land in Tallahassee among strangers opened, w tten over one hundred
Key West, improving entrance to and will soon be homesick. He may feel personal -to Senators and Repre-
harbor, $100,000; dredge for river and himself to be among strangers until he sentative.g citing their aid in the
harbor improvements in Florida, $35,- meets the members of the faculty at the great wot&c.
000; Hillsborough Bay, $150,000; Apa- State College. These gentlemen with At Majr G nble's earnest solicita-
SlachiCla Bay, $40,000; Pensacola, $220,- tneir kind ana courteous manner to all tion, Rettive Richardson, of
000. the students do not allow any one to Alabamrary 20th, introduced
For Florida rivers the appropriations get homesick around them. -They make in the H s bill to appropriate $8,-
are as follows: the term of the non-resident students 000,000 fo ele.onstruction of a water-
St. "Johns, .+o0,000, and continuing pleasant as well as profitable. Indeed, way andA connecting the waters
contract, $950,000; St. Johns, at Orange few colleges can boast of a better fac- of the M river with the St. Marys
Mills flats, $30,000; for the removal of ulty of kind and sociable gentlemen river in along the land-locked
water hyacinths, $50,000; Volusia bar, than the lorida State College. waters o e lf coast in the States of
$3,000; Ocklawaha, $2,000; Kissimmee The Students' Christian Association Louisian I*issippi, Alabama, and
river, $8,000; Caloosahatchee, Orange have just held their semi-annual elec- Florida, nal from St. George's
River and u-arlotte harbor, $9,500; tion of officers. The officers whose sound I r to St. Mary's river i.
SSarasota, $5,000; Manatee river, $7,000, terms have expired are: Mr. F. A. Georgia. W
and survey of Charlotte harbor to Pun- Hathaway, president; Mr. Wm. P. Byrd, The pr enterprise is for the
I ta Gorda dock line; Anclotk, $5,000; vice-president; Miss L. E. Maxwell, benefit o0 ern industries, and it
Crystal river, $10,000; Withlacoochee secretary and treasurer. succeesfun 1 practically make an
(mouth,, $10,000; Suwannee river, $t,- In the election of new officers, Mr. island o e utheast corner of the
-000; Carrabelle, $20,000; scambia Wm. P. Byrd was chosen president; United S B
river,. $5,000; Choctawhatchie, $16,000; Miss L. E. Maxwell, vice-president; The lin proposed canal starts
r Upper hpola, $2,5000; Apalachicola Miss Fletcher, secretary and treasurer, at the Ii river, runs through
L rver, dredge, $35,000, in addi- These are all good officers and the as- thethe land waters on the coast of
r tioo to ,s00 already appropriated to' sociation will no doubt flourish during the State owned, to and into St..
* use i( o Slwhole State their administration of affairs. Mr. Gteorge's In Florida, thence by
. Aath st effort will be made in the Byrd is an exception of a young man, canal to river in Florida, thenR
Sentme stake care of Biscayne bay, he being very zealous and energetic in eastwardtt line surveyed in 188
andu t is done, it is understood, the religious work. The society is bound to by Gener lore for a ship caral.
roltAcquiece. Surveys are accomplish some good while he leads This 11 is be encountered at Ella-
a n La, a heHt borough river the way. vile on annee river. From
d an- y, Manatee river, Etero river, The Platonic Debating Society last here the to run along this sur-
GaMesarlle sound to Englewood. Black- Friday night held one of the most in- vey to ae t level in the Okeefino-
Water bay- and the upper St. Johns. teresting meetings in the history of the kee swa t rgia, thence east to
society. The subject up for discussion St Mary at Camp Pinekney,.
n A SEVERE COLD FOR 3 MONTHS. was: "Resolved, That poverty produces where th wars of the St. Mary's wil
le The following letter from A. J. Nus- more crime than wealth or ignorance." carry v 14 feet draught.
r baum, of Batesville, Ind., tells its own This subject brought on a hot debate Mr. RiMs 1n believes the bill will.
k- story: "I suffered for three months from both sides. In the irregular de- eventually te
d with a severe cold. A druggist pre- bate by all the members the house was e i t
" pared me some medicine, and a physi- about evenly divided on the question, SURGEO% 1 5 IFE NOT NEEDED-
y cian prescribed for me, yet. I did not and each side put in to convince the Surgery X s longer necessary to
improve. I then tried Foley's Hone0 other that it was right and the other cure pil." .iWitt's Witch Hazel
and Tar, and eight doses cpred me." side wrong. A warm debate ensued, Salve cur in cases at once, remov-
Refuse substitutes. Sold by Wight & but by the decision of the house the ing the" iirsky for dangerous, pain-
Bro. i negative won. ful and ive operations. For
A committee was appointed to make scalds, cnt1, rns, wounds, bruises,
s DOLE DAILY TRA NS. .all arrangements, such as appointing sores an, seases it is unequalled.
A ivea W AILs A .TS. .debaters, selecting -a subject, etc., for Beware to terfeits
Until further notice the T. S.E. R. R the commencement debate. The societyir fhl
Co. will run double daily trains ou has quite a large number of good speak- ACADEMY
il Saturday so patrons along tle line can ers to choose from, and those wao are Tr h pibn uc -
t do business in Tallahassee and return chosen for this debate may well con- This s dAn ceptionally suc-
t- same day for $1.00, beginning Saturday, side themselves honored. Though only- cessful te f Leon Academy. The
ie March 8th. ive speakers can take part in the com- t 'to dates 28 e
is Leave Tallahassee (Bellair crossing) at mencement debate, every member will average ne or February was
........................ .. i.n8a.m. not fail to yell- R181. Fol ,
Arrive at Wacissa ............9 a. i. "Ran!-rah!-rah! R flls for ..bI z-ry:
r( Leave Wacissa .............. 9:15 a.m. "Rah!-rah!-rah! Etnest H Viola Hone, Lulu D.
Arrive at Tallahassee (Belir cross- "Rah!-rah!rah!th, ewis, Minna Alford,
r- ing) at-10a.m. Platonic!" !eeviev* o eis, Clin-
Leave Tallahassee (Bellair crossing) Nellie Davis, Ciin-
LB at ........................ .4 p. m. THE CHILDREN'S FRIEND. ton Daw? Barco, carter,
Arrive at Wacissa at......... .5 p. m. There is no use trying to persuade Dyer, [ reton, Eva Hamxmtt.
1- Leave Wacissa at.... .....5:15 p. m. American mothers that a substitute ex- Warren i n,_ Helen Carter, Sarah
Arrive Tallahassee (Bellair crossing) ists for Perry Davis' Painkiller. They Bas, kereFloeclh
r at ................know how it relieves the troubles of Bessie W I, man Montgomery, Nor-
JOHN A. BISHOP, childhood, from sprained arms and legs man Su averta Brown, Rubie
11 tf. Prest and G. K to stomachache. Other preparations Byrd, GlaJ (Awford, Pauline Forbes,
Y WORSE THAN A BIAIW. big difference, and one that has been mie WahSlr Baire Scribner, Charlie
From a hard fist is the buffet of cold recognized for sixty .years. There is Bradley, KrlYAlford, Pattie Career,
wind upon a pair of improperly protect- but one Painkiller, Perry Davis.' Mary Ha-a EIher Ley.

E ed lungs. A few minutes eOposure to Honor 0l" Wallace Quarterman,.
cold may be the beginning of consump- THE WESLEYAN MEETING. Robert ITr pl_, John Clark, Theo..
tion. Lose neither time nor courage. The revival services which have been Rosedale, Wells, Horace Van-
Fortify yourself against pulmonary in progress at the Wesleyan Methodist Brunt, nn, Eloise McGriff,
troubles, including consumption with church the past two weeks have been Blondys te e Ferrell, Hallie
o- Allen's Lung Balsam. A few doses will productive of much good. Good crowds Ley, Mat toasar, Blount Myers, Geo.
it loosen the cough and enable you to have attended the services. The after- Johnson, Eppes, Ida Carter,
ie get rid of the phlegm that produces it. noon meetings have been deeply spirit- Arabel H iA-lI Susie Pearce, Richard
Y Cure soon follows. ual and many of God's people have been Taylor, 1J k allory, Willie Rozear,
,n, helped to a more satisfactory Christian Gertrude j th Louise Clark, Flossie
8. GOVERNOR'S APPOINT1MENTS. experience. The night services have Myers, E4a Myers, George Wilson,
There is still no let-up in e num- mainly been devoted to the unsaved. Rufus W ertha Brown, Mary
er of people seeking appoint cents as The able sermons by Rev. Mr. Abbott Davis, NeW Br'ford.
notaries public in Florida, an soon the have been convincing and many have
entire population will be upying sought pardon for their sins.. The GOLT. W CH CONTEST.
serivees will continue, over Sunday. No mor i s will be added to the
All persons are cordially invited to at- list, as it VouMntention to bring the
tend these meetings. contest toim e soon. Now is your
4MMtime to vo
RAW OR INFLAMED LUNGS. Up to Prg & pess the standing of
ar Young Lady Yield rapidly to the wonderful cura- the can as follows:
tive and healing qualities of Foley's Miss Peard ............... 819,
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneu- Miss Oct( vender.......... 466
LAHASSEE. monia and consumption from a hard Miss ............. 98
cold settled on the lungs. Sold by Miss Flowis ............. 95
Wight & Bro, Mss r ............. 90
1 *kwtju la- --4.- L,*___ 0

0. TRIMME4puMIfher and Proprie~tor.






FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902.

n Gathered Here and There in the
a Neighborhood.
Pck, Fla., March 4.-Nothing going
,an except work. Everybody is hard at
L, The farmers are well advanced in
this section.
Mr R. Stills made a business trip
0o Lloyd Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Billingsley, of
Back Creek, visited their son, E. L
BIIIIngsley, Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. J. R. Crump fell Friday and hurt
himself. He was in bed when we lust
&s rdfrom him. We hope he is not.
seriously injured.
Mr. George Baum went to Lloyd Sat-
Urday to get in a new supply of gio-
Our postmaster, Mr. J. P. Baum, is
-feeling bad again. We hope he will es-
vCape another attack such-as he had sev-
Thursday was a terrible day ht.rt
"The wind blew a hurricane all *.:-;,
;awd that night it stormed until ablj),t
12 o'clock. F-ences were laid low. itw
.ground that had been cleared up was
,-covered with trees, and the work had
,to be done over.
Mr. Homer J. Hanks worked all day
Friday on a little piece of new ground
that he had had cleaned up the week
The colored school near Peck broke
Lup Friday. It seems that they had
*.quite a grand time the last day. ,
Messrs. George and Willie Baum had
La narrow escape from getting their
wagon torn up and perhaps their hoi~es
I hurt Tuesday. They and a colored noan
'were putting out fertilizer and one of
Sthe horses became frightened and be-
Ban running. Had it not been for
,tChaAJie Williams the man that was
helpingg them, no telling what would
2aave happened. However, the oply
damage done was the horses broke out
vof the harness.
Mr. Willie Baum made a business
trip to Black Creek last Friday.
Mr. J. S. Fleming. and daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Jim Fleming, of Chaires,
-PVent Sunday with Mrs. E. L. Billings-
dey. Mr. John Billingsley was als. a
visitor at Mrs. Billingsley'i Sun ay
Mr. Homer J. Hanks made a bsi-
maess trip to Lloyd Saturday last.
Miss Clifford Pearl Baum was the
.guest of Miss Mattie A. ': under fuiom
:Saturday afternoon until Sunday e(ve-
Rev. George Kennelly was a pleaAnt
visitor at the home of Mr. J. P. Baum
'Wednesday. We are always pleased to
have him in our vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crump visited
Lloyd last week.
Mr. George and Miss Clifford Bflium
.-are invited to an entertainment at -the
.Jtome of Mr. J. N. Saunders next Thurs-
day evening. The entertainment" is
.given by Miss Mattie Saunders in honorm
of Miss Lacey, of Cairo, Ga. All .are
anticipating a grand time.
Mr. George Baum attended prei.h-
iing Sunday afternoon at Oak Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carmine visited
Tallahassee today. .
Messrs. Charlie Jones and Fellowsb
Billingsley were in our vicinity Sunday
night looking for their mules that had
run away.
Mr. J. P. Baum visited the CaIltal
'City today.
Miss Ellen W. Apthorp spent Satur-
day with her family in Tallahassee..We
: re pleased to hear that her cousin, 2\1iss
Emma Child. is very much improved.
Mr. J. H. Humphress made his usual
visit to Tallahassee Saturday. -
Miss Apthorp's school will be out Fri-
,slay week. We are thinking of getting
another month, as we would be pleased
fto have the school continued.


Charles Spurgeon once said that
there were three great enemies to ipan
-"dirt, debt and the devil." He might
'have added one more d and included
dyspepsia. The evil results of this tdis-
ease could hardly be exaggerated. It's
effects are felt in mind and body, and
are as far reaching as the effects of
the curse that was laid on the Jackdaw
of Rheims which was cursed in "eat-
ing and drinking and sleeping: in
-tanding and sitting and lying." The
-good effects of Dr. Pierce's Golden
medicall Discovery are most marked
in aggravated and chronic cases. of
dyspepsia. It enables the stomach
*glands to secrete the necessary qiian-
tity of digestive huids, and this at once
removes that craving or gnawing en-
sation so common to certain forms of
indigestion. It tones and regulates the
:stomach, invigorates the torpid liver
and gives the blood making glallds
lkeen assimilative power. "Golden
Medical Discovery" cures ninety-eight
per cent. of those who use it. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are superior
to all other laxative medicines when
the bowels are obstructed.

lamonia, March 4.-The puildic
school at Forshala, taught by Miss
15 llen Cromartie, came to a close last
Miss Pauline 'Costa- having finished

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There was a party given at Mrs.
Henry Hancoik's on Wednesday fight
of last week.
Mrs. Willie Cowart is visiting the
Family if Mr. T. T. Hall at Sunny Hill.
Mrs. E. J. Dickey has bought a Con-
cert Roller Organ and the family can
nave music to their full satisfaction and
be happy.
Messrs. Ansel Dekle and Lee Maxwell
have bought the steam mill formerly
owned and run by Mr. Jim Martin.
'They will grind and gin for the public,
in the future. It is located near Me-
Mr. Richard Johnson has returned to
his old home again.
Rev. E. E. Rose preached at Bethpage
Saturday and Sunday. Congregation
was small.
We were visited by a severe wind and
rain storm Thursday last, and the night
following. About .the worst damage
done by it was the blowing down of
garden palings, hundreds of panels of
fence, and a large number of trees, es-
pecially on the turpentine orchards.
We have heard of no one being hurt
by the storm, except one instance, an
account of which we give below: As
Mr. James Hayes and a colored man
named Walter Love were coming from
Thomasville in a wagon, on the Dun-
canville road, near the 12 mile post, a
pine tree was blown down upon them,
breaking the wagon body in two, crush-
ing one wheel and wounding the two
men. The negro had his thigh broken
just above the knee, and Mr. Hayes was
badly bruised about the chest. It was
thought at one time that his collar bone
was broken, but happily it was not. He
complains of being very sore about
those places which were struck by the
limbs of the pine. It is not- thought
that he sustained any internal injuries,
and we hope he and the wounded negro
will soon be restored to soundness and
health. As soon as the tree fell upon
Ltem it pinned them down, and doubt-
less they would have died right on the
spot .f they had not hallowed so loudly
that the people at Susina, which was
only a half miie distant, hearing them,
anme to their assistance and lifted the
L ee off them. Theteam escaped injury,
but they could not get free from the
wagon. nor move it, and had to stand
until they too were released. The
wounded men were carried to Lloyd
Dickey's house and cared for until the
nex. morning. The accident happened
just after dark. Dr. Robertson was
(ailed and attended to their wounds.
ivr. Hayes was carried to his home. We
heard yesterday that he was doing well.
A few days past Mr. Mel. Hanna's
tallyho coach ran into Mr. John Dick-
ey's buggy near the four mile post, as
tne latter was going to Thomasville,
and broke one wheel to pieces, and also
had a wheel of the tallyho broken. Mr.
Leroy Dickey and mother were in the
buggy. Fortunately no one was hurt.


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Mrs. M. L. Adams, Fredonia, Ala.,
took Botanic Blood Balm which ef-
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nose and face. The sores healed up
perfectly. Many doctors had given up
her case as hopeless. Hundredsof cases
of cancer, eating sores, supperating
swellings, etc., have been cured by
Blood Balm. Among others, Mrs. B. M.
Guerney, Warrior Bend, Ala. Her
nose and lip were raw as beef, with
offensive discharge from the eating
sore. Doctors advised cutting, but it
failed. Blood Balm healed the sores,
and Mrs. Guerney is as well as ever.
hiotanic Blood Balm also cures eczema,
itching humors, scabs and scales, bone
pains, ulcers, offensive pimples, blood
poison, carbuncles, scrofula, risings
and bumps on the skin and all blood
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while investigating such a remarkable
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the public term of the school at Strick- ARRAN HAPPENINGS.
land on Friday, returned to ner home in Arran, Fla., March 5.-Messrs. W. N.
Tallahassee. She expects to return and Covington and Dan Neal, of Carra-
teach a three months' private school,.Covington and Dan Neal, of Carra- .
beginning next Monday te sch belle, spent Friday and Friday night in
Miss Maggie Brown will begin. to Arran. They were the guests of Mr. C.
teach a private school of three months W. Richardson, and spent the day hunt-
at Forshala, beginning at the same ing birds.
at oi. Messrs. J. C. and Tom Lee, of Smith
time. Creek, spent several days here last
K oo I Miss Siny Taff, who has been visit-

d o has returned home, to the delight of
the young folks.
Mr. A. r. Lee went to Smith Creek
SSunday to visit his parents.
A I I Miss Pil Howren and Mrs. W. W.
NV dlvuu!nu C Walker Jr a.n.nt a few hnnrr here

Mrs. J. A. Fisher, of Atlanta, Ga., Is
here for the purpose of putting up the
iron bridge across Lost Creek.
Mr. W. E. Edwards spent several
days in Pensacola last week.
Mr. Crowder, of Ocklockonee, spent
Saturday in our town.
Mrs. Rivers, of Quincy, is visiting
friends and relatives here this week.
Mr. John M. Bunker was very ill at
Memphis, Tenn., instead of Monticello,
as printed last week. The last intelli-
gence reported him as much better and
out of danger.

The greatest danger from colds and
lagrippe is their resulting in -pneu-
monia. If reasonable care is used, how-
ever, and Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy taken, all danger will be avoided.
Among the tens of thousands who have
used this remeuy for these diseases, we
have yet to learn of a single case hav-
ing resulted in pneumonia,which shows
conclusively that it is a certain pre-
ventative of that dangerous malady.
It will cure a cold or an attack of la
grippe in less time than any other
treatment. It is pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all druggists.

Centerville, March 4.-Although we
havehad what is generally conceded to
have been a hard winter the oat crop is
practically unhurt. It is true in many
fields a few plants here and there have
been killed, and the cold weather has
retarded the growth somewhat, but in
spite of it all the oat crop is looking
fine. Mr. Will Roberts had last year
sixty acres of oats, this year one hun-
dred and twenty-five.
At this date the prospects for a splen-
did fruit crop are excellent.
Corn planting has been commenced
and will be pushed until the entire crop
has been put in.
Mrs. J. M. Carn, who has been absent
in Ocala and Thomasville, Ga., for the
past three weeks, returned hone on
Thursday. She left her daughter Ettie
recovering from an attack of pneu-
monia, and her daughter Edna in
Thomasville well enough to resume her
studies at Stanley's Business College.

"In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was
taken down with a severe attack of
what is called La Grippe," says F. L.
Hewett, a prominent druggist, of Win-
field, Ill. "The only medicine I used
was two bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It broke up the cold
and stopped the coughing like magic,
and I have never since been troubled
with Grippe." Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy can always be depended upon
to break up a severe cold and ward off
any threatened attack of pneumonia.
It is pleasant to take, too, which makes
it the most desirable and one of the
most popular preparations in use for
these ailments. For sale by all drug-

Chaires, March 6.-Mr. C. Myers, rep-
resenting the Equitable Life Insurance
Co., was in Chaires recently.
Leon's worthy tax assessor, Mr. H. T.
Felkel, was here last Thursday and
Station Agent Proveaux ran down to
Drifton last Thursday to see about the
office with a view to moving there. He
decided, however, to retain his position
here, and returned on the 9:30 train.
Drifton has a lady agent and telegraph
Mr. Williams paid Thomasville a
business trip Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alford, of Lloyd, passed
through here Sunday enroute to Mr.
Fisher's on a visit.
Those here who knew the distin-
guished Alabamian, Hon. Gaston Rob-
bins, were grieved to read of his un-
timely end in the Park Avenue Hotel
tire in New York.
Mr. J. S. Fleming and daughter-in-
law, Mrs. J. H. Fleming, spent Sunday
with the former's daughter, Mrs. E. L.
Mr. Tom Chaires spends most of his
time superintending his farm two miles
from the village, leaving his brother
sole manager of the store.
Mr. E. C. Smith went over to Spring
nill Sunday and on Monday went to
Tallanassee, where he remained until
Tuesday to be present at the regular
session of the county commissioners.
Miss Lilla Smith, the young school
marm who has successfully taught the
past term of the Spring Hill school, re-

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turned home last night. She is ac-
companied by one of her pupils.
Mr. Gaddy Russell, of Waukeenah,
visited Prof. Woodbery Friday.
Dr. Christie, of Lloyd, was up to this
place on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Chaires spent
Saturday at the home of Judge Ormond
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Chaire dispensed hospitality to at least
twenty persons. Messrs. Patterson and
0. Chaires with their families, from the
village, were among those present.
Postmaster Patterson and his better
half spent yesterday in the Capital City.
Miss Evelyn Wooten, who is teaching
"the young idea how to shoot" at Mr.
S. P. Chaires, is becoming quite an ex-
pert marks-woman. Every afternoon
after school she goes on a hunting ex-
pedition and last week she killed two
squirrels at one time.
Mr. William Herndon, one of the saw-
yers at Ar. C. J. English's saw mill,
three miles from here, knocked a negro
hand down with a piece of iron Moday.
He gave the negro an order and he ex-
ecuteu it with Very insolent language.
For a while life seemed extinct, but he
was revived.
Mr. Little of the Florida Naval Stores
Company, of Jacksonville, with Mr.
Mills, of Monticello, was in Chaires re-
The air is now heavily laden with the
perfume of the peach and plum blos-
soms, and indications are that we will
have a "superfluous abundance" of fruit
tuis season.
Spring gardens have been planted
out here, but we are fearful of a late

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Munson Pond, March 6.-Mr. James
Moody and family are down this week
with la grippe.
Mr. W. T. Atkinson is planting his
garden and truck patch this week on
his place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell, of Bel-
air, visited the Capital City one day
last week.
Mr. G. W. Alligood is busy this week
planting melons for the early market.
There was preaching at Spring Hill
on the first Sunday in this month. Rev.
hill Russell filled the pulpit and preach-
eu an able sermon. He took the ten
commandments for a text.

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Co. et aL
(supreme Court of Florida. Nov. 26,
Appeal-Assignments of error-Waiv-
er-Streets-Title to soil-Wife's
separate estate-Defect of parties--
1. Assignments of error must be ar-
gued, or they will be deemed abandon-
2. The proprietor of lots abutting on
a public street is presumed, In the ab-
sence of evidence to the. contrary, to
own the soil to the centre of the street.
3. Under section 2071 of the Revised
Statutes, the care and management of
a wife's separate statutory property is
committed to her husband, and a decree
perpetually enjoining him from making
use of her property, or a portion there-
of, in a particular manner, beneficial to
the property, necessarily affects the in-
terest of the wife adversely, so as to re-
quire that she be made a party to the
suit in which such decree is sought.
4. A decree rendered in the absence of
an indispensable party will be reversed,
and an objection of this character can
be urged for the first time in the appel-
late court, or be considered by the court
of its own motion.
(Syllabus by the Court.)
Appeal from circuit court, Leon coun-
ty; John W. Malone, Judge.
,Bill by the Tallahasseq Hotel Com-
pany and others against William A.
Rawls. Decree for complainants, and
defendant appeals. Reversed.
On April 1, 1895, the appellees, the
Tallahassee 'hotel Company (a corpor-
ation), Sarah S. Lewis, George Lewis,
FEdward Lewis, and William C. Lewis,
filed their bill of complaint in the cir-
cuit court of Leon county against the
appellant, William A. Rawls, alleging,
among other things, that during or
about the month of January, 1887, "with
the consent of the legal authorities of
the city of Tallahassee,!" they "con-
structed and laid a sewer pipe extend-
ing from the Leon Hotel, which hotel
is situated in said city, on McCarty
street, between Monroe and Adams
streets, along said McCarty street east-
erly, crossing said Monroe street, Cal-
houn street, and Gadsden street, to the
eastern end of said McCarty street,"
and thence through the private lands
of the said George, Edward, and Wil-
liam C. Lewis, for a distance of about
500 feet, to the St. Augustine Branch;
that this sewer pipe was laid by them
for the exclusive use of said Leon Hotel
and the family residences of Sarah S.,
L George, and William C. Lewis; that
they owned, were in possession of, oc-
cupied, and used all the city lots and
tracts of land along McC rty street be-
tween the Leon Hotel a d the eastern
end of said street, which was the east-
ern boundary of the cit of Tallahas-
see, thence to the said t. Augustine
Branch, except those cit; lots between
- Monroe and Calhoun sti ets; that the
entire expense of said s&wer was paid
by them, and "the said 1ewer, and an
the rights and privil ges attached
thereto, and its use," we! their private
The'bill then alleged lat the appel-
lant, William A. Rawls, had given no-
tice to complainants that he intended
to, and would, notwithstanding their
objection, "tap said sewer pipe," and
connect therewith a sewtr pipe for his
own use; that they had refused to per-
mit such use of their swer pipe, and
notified Rawls that he nst not use it,
but he persisted in his determination
to do so; that Rawls ireatened and
was about to tap their said sewer pipe,
which would be an injury to them, and
cause the casting of wate, refuse, and
other matter upon their'premises; and
that Rawls threatened : to cast and
empty and to deposit quantities of rub-
bish, waste, refuse, and other matter


Pr(minc nt Physicians

This dread disease
more untold agonies t
describe, has at last re
blow. Medical Science
has found a remedy tl
combats all the aggrav|
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many years of patient
-%arch, Dr. A. B. Clark.
specialist, has discover
remedy that cures th
Immediate relief and eL
vestige of the disease. I
been so gratifying to Dl
has been induced in t
Suffering humanity to
derful remedy within
aStlmatics. So confide

upon their premises, for -which they
had no -dequate remedy at law.
An injunction was prayed for, per-
petually enjoining Rawls from "tap-
ping, joining to, or otherwise interfer-
ing with the said sewer pipe," and "per-
petully enjoining him from dumping
said matter" on complainants' prem-
Appellant filed a general demurrer to
the bill for want of equity, which was
overruled, and thereupon he answered
the bilL He admitted that there wis a
sewer pipe laid between the points and
along the route mentioned in the bill,
but averred, upon information and be-
lief, "that there was no official author-
ization or license by the legal authori-
ties -of said city to said complainants
for laying said sewer," and he denied
that said sewer was laid with the con-
sent of said authorities. He averred
that he had no information as to wheth-
er sam sewer was laid for the exclusive
use of complainants, as alleged in the
bill, or as to whether the entire expense
of said sewpr was paid by them, and the
sewer, and all the rights and privi-
leges attached thereto, and its use, were
the private property of complainants,
and further averred, upon information
and belief, that, if said allegations were
true, neither the city of Tallahassee,
nor its legal authorities, had any right
or power, under the law, to grant to
complainants the right to construct
and lay said sewer through the public
streets of said city; and he prayed the
same benefit of this defense as if it had
been raised by demurrer to the bill.
The answer admitted that complain-
ants owned all the lots on the north
side of McCarty street from Adams
street to the eastern boundary of the
city, except those lots situate between
Monroe and Calhoun streets, and aver-
red that two of the lots between said
last-named streets were owned at the
time said sewer was laid, and ever
since, by Mary M. Rawls, appellant's
wife, and appellant and his family had
their home and residence thereon; that
the said lots had a frontage on McCarty
street of 130 feet, and that said sewer
pipe was laid along the entire frontage
of said lots, on the half of McCarty
street next thereto, and within a few
feet of the sidewalk in front of appel-
lant's residence; that for such distance
the sewer pipe was laid in the soil of
the street, the fee of which was vested
in appellant's wife, Mary M. Rawls; and
that she had never. granted or in any
way given to complainants or any of
them, the right or privilege of laying
said sewer in the soil in front of her
lots, and the complainants were tres-
passers thereon.
The answer alleged, on information
and belief, that at the time of institu-
tion of suit the sewer pipe did not emp-
ty into the St. Augustine Branch at any
point on the lands of any of the com-
plainants, but upon the lands of the
estate of the late James D. Westcott,
and that since the institution of suit
the complainants, or some of them, had
the eastern extremity of the sewer
moved to a point further north than
where it formerly debouched, and onto
the lands of the complainant George
The defendant admitted that before
the institution of suit he made prepara-
tions to connect with said sewer at a
point immediately in front of the lots
owned by his wife, and in the soil of the
street the fee of which was in his wife,
for the purpose of domestic or house
drainage, as he had been advised and.
believed, and thereupon alleged, he had
a legal right to do, but, in a spirit of
abundant caution, friendliness, and
courtesy, before beginning said work
he sought the complainant Edward
Lewis, who, he was informed and be-
lieved, was practically the owner and
manager of the Leof Hotel, and who,
defendant understood, had. laid said

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sewer for the drainage of said
hotel, and asked his consent to connect
therewith a pipe from defendant's resi-
dence; that complainant Edward Lewis
gave such consent, and defendant there-
after began to dig a ditch from the lot
of his wife to the sewer; that after he
had dug down to the sewer, and was
about to cut into it, the complainant
George Lewis came to his office and
made objection to his proceeding with
the work, and asked him to stop it;
that after talking the matter over with
him, and afterwards with him and Wil-
liam C. Lewis together, they proposed
that if he would stop work they would
consent to his connecting with said
sewer as soon as they could figure up
the cost, and determine what propor-
tion thereof he should pay, for they did
not want him to make the connection,
and afterwards, upon getting the fig-
ures, claim that the "Lewis boys" had
gouged him; that thereupon defendant
continuedud the work, which was some
time in December, 1894, and after wait-
ing, to the best ot his recollection, until
tne first part of' March, 1895, without
having received any further communi-
cation on the subject from the said
.eorge and William C. Lewis, he met
the latter and told him that, as they
had said nothing further about the
sewer in the line of their proposition,
ne would proceed at his convenience to
connect therewith, but before taking
any other steps in that direction he was
served with an injunction.
The answer further averred, upon in-
formation and belief, that the entire
sewage from the Leon Hotel, a large
public house with accommodation for
upwards of 150 guests, and from the
residences of William C., Sarah S., and
George ,ewis, all of which were large
and commodious, emptied into the
sewer, and was discharged into the St.
Augustine Branch at the terminus of
the sewer, and carried into a ditch
which had been cleaned at public ex-
pense, and thence drained through said
ditch halfway around the city of Talla-
hassee; that the additional drainage
from the residence of defendant and his
family would not increase to any per-
ceptible degree the amount of sewage
so discharged, nor perceptibly add to
the "noxiousness" of said drainage;
and that the injury, if any, caused
thereby, would be of such slight conse-
quence that a court of equity would not
relieve against the same by injunction.
Defendant further denied that he had

threatened to cast and empty quantities
of rubbish, waste, refuse, and other
matter upon the premises of complain -
ants, or the lands owned and occupied
as their premises, to the injury of sai.)
A general replication was filed, and
testimony taken, whereupon a decree
was rendered "that the defendant Wil-
liam A. Rawls, his servants, agents, and
attorneys, do henceforth and forever
absolutely desist and refrain from tap-
ping, joining other pipe to, or otherwise
in any manner interfering with, the
sewer pipe mentioned in the bill in this
cause, extending from the Leon Hotel
along McCarty street easterly, crossing
Monroe, Calhoun, and Gadsden streets,
in the city of Tallahassee, to the east-
ern end of said McCarty street; thence
through the private lands of the com-
plainants to the St. Augustine Branch."
From that decree this appeal is pros-
ecuted, and error is alleged in overrul-
ing defendant's demurrer to the bill.
and in rendering a final decree making
tne injunction perpetual.
F. T. Myers, for appellant. R. W.
Williams for appellees.
GLEN, C. (after stating the facts).
The assignment of error that the court
erred in overruling the demurrer to the
bill is not so argued, under the rule on-
the subject, as to demand any consider-
ation on the part of the court, and will
therefore be treated as abandoned.
The second and only other error as-
signed is that the court erred in making
the injunction perpetual. The appel-
lees alleged in their bill that the sewer
pipe in question was constructed and
laid almnr M*'arv w armt in the city of

Ssaid Mary M. Rawla "had a deed in
to the lots on the northwest corner
of Calhoun and McCarty streets, and
numbered 117,120,121,122, in the North
addition of Tallahassee, having a front-
age.on McCarty street, according to the
map of the city of Tallahassee, one hun-
dred and thirty feet" If further ap-
peared, both from the evidence Intro-
dued on the part of the appellant and
that introduced on the part of the ap-
pellees, that the sewer pipe was laid in
the soil of McCarty street, north of the
center of said street, and therefore on
the side of the street abutting and im-
mediately in front of the lots admitted
to be the property of Mrs. Rawls. It
also further appeared from the testi-
mony that appellant extended a sewer
pipe for domestic purposes from a resi-
dence on the lots owned by his wife to
the said pipe laid by appellees, and pro-
posed, to form a connection therewith,
and that in doing so he asserted no in-
dividual right separate from that con-
nected with the ownership of his wife
in the soil in which- the pipe was ex-
tended. His action in reference to lay-
ing the pipe was consistent with that of
representatives of his wife, in provid-
ing sewerage for her separate statutory
real property, and it appears that he
acted solely in that character. Under
our statute the care and 'management
of the wife's separate property is com-
mitted to her husband. Rev. St 2071;
Marye v. Root, 21 Fla. 453, 8 South. 636;
Fairchild, v. Knight, 18 Fla. 770 (text,
784); McGill v. McGill, 19 Fla. 341. The
decree rendered required the appellant
to "henceform and forever absolutely
desist and 'refrain from tapping, join-
ing other pipe to, or otherwise in any
manner interfering with. the sewer pipe
mentioned in the bill." Mrs. Rawls was
conceded to be the proprietor of the lots
abutting on McCarty street, in front of
which, and on the side of the street ad-
jacent thereto, the sewer pipe of appel-
lees was laid. In the absence of evi-
dence to the contrary, she is presumed
to have owned the soil of the street to
the center tnereof. Railway Co. v.
Brown, 23 Fla. 104, 1 South. 512; Lovett
v. State, 30 Fla. 142 (text, 166, 167), 11
South. 550; Railway Co. v. Lockwood,
33 Fla. 573, 15 South. 327. An abutting
proprietor, owning to the center of the
street, has the right to use the soil
thereunder for all purposes consistent
with the full enjoyment of the public
easement. Allen v. City of Boston, 159
Mass. 324, 34 N. E. 519, 38 Am. St. Rep.
423; Elliott, Roads & S. (2d Ed.) 690.
This right follows as a necessary inci-
dent of the ownership, and extends to
any lawful use, so long as such use is
consistent with the rights or necess ti-s
of the public. Under the decree ren-
dered by the court, the appellant, as the
statutory custodian of what must be
presumed to be the property of Mrs.
Rawls, was, in effect, perpetually en-
joined from using her property in iieh
a manenr as to interfere with the sewei
pipe of appellees; and the decree tius.
if not otherwise, adjudicated right, af-
fecting Mrs. Rawls in the enjoyment of
her property, although she was not :,
party to the suit For the reason 'that
Mrs. Mary M. Rawls was a necessary,
indispensable party, the decree should be
reversed. Craver v. Spencer, 40 ;Fla.
135, 23 South. 880; Nelson v. Haisle 39
Fla. 145, 22 South. 265; Lyon v. RPgis-
ter, 36 Fla. 273, 18 South. 589; Greeley
v. Hendricks, 23 Fla. 366, 2 South. '620;
Wykes v. Ringleberg, 49 Mich. 56?, 14
N. W. 498; Beasley v. Shively, 20 Or.
508, 26 Pac. 846. This detect as to
parties renders it improper zor this
court to consider other questions in-
The decree appealed from should be
reversed, and the cause remanded for


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Office at Gainesville, Fla., Feb. -
17th, 1902. .
Notice is hereby given that the fol- Free delivery to all
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his intention to make final proof in
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nassee, Fla., on March 29, 1902, viz:
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the Tillman-McLaurin i
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It is intimated that
Moody, of Massachuse
booked for Secretary I
the-cabinet. A Long wai
'will render the people I

Miss Stone has been
bandits, and she threat
the American people I
mess in securing her lib
-a lecture tour of the coi

Secretary Long is a
ang. If he does find a he
to fit him there will be
'wailing when the news
Ahe country that he has

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!he does. No man livli
.7-o accept the honor. W
families who would liI

Major Jenkins has r(
That sword. Lieutenan
mnan, of South Carolir
-*onsulted the gallant
-withdrawing the invit
..-lent Roosevelt.

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pretty expensive to us

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tinually. mn ad toda
depression of business
your name before th

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the Suwannee river e
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Jefferson, Leon, WT
Liberty, Frankiin, C
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Rosa and Escambia.

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poetry in print, for
fabulous prices. Sha
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consigned to the wai
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They are not-can never be-American
citizens. Then why admit them within

our borders? They should-must-be
forbidden to enter. Put up the bars
against such assassins, both men and
women. Their presence is a menace to
life and liberty. They are more danger-
ous than mad-dogs, and until the last
man or woman who glorifies crime and
preaches murder is forced out of the
land, and kept out, there can be no free-
dom in the United States, no safety for
its ruler, and no certainty that our
free institutions will be perpetuated.
We don't like to see a military guard!
We don't need it. We do want to see
laws enacted that will not only banish
the Anarchists we already have, but
will prevent any more from coming in.
We can heartily welcome the men and
women who Want to become good citi-
zens, to replace ignorance by education
and refinement,4to find homes and pros-
perity, and rear their children in Free
America. The others we must bar out.


Will Be Held in Gainesville April 8-10.
Attendance Urged.

portation rates, hence this cireular. '

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ageveral of his cabinet feers out and
mot be Long about it, e aer.

A correspondent wa to learn the
People a lesson. An ut r impossibility.
,She may be able to te,-ch the lesson,
ut the people will hav to learn it.

The British war oficjis feeding 300,-
V00 imen and 243,000 rses in South
-Africa. It costs somnhing to con-
'quer the unconquerable Boers.

The plan to adopt tI contract sys-
tem in rural mail delilry is likely to
be defeated because negoes would car-
ry the mail south of the Mason and Dix-
'*on line. 4

"The Tallahasseean is the best paper
ever published in Tallahassee," said Dr.
W. E. Lewis the other day. "It gets
aoout all the news that is worth print-
ing, and sends it out in an interesting
"I wish to congratulate you on the
paper you are getting out," said Mr. V.
r. Balkcom, the druggist. "It is posi-
tively the best weekly paper I ever
read. It is well printed, the advertise-
ments are handsomely displayed, and it
is full of live reading matter."
"The Tallahasseean has wonderfully
improved of late, and I now regard it'as
the best paper in the State," said Hon.
E. H. Myers.. "It is the one weekly pa-
per that I read with pleasure," said
Secretary of State Clay Crawford, and
"It gives me great pleasure to read The
Tallahasseean. Its editorials are re-
fresniing, while its local news is bright
and sparkling," is the testimony of ex-
Governor Bloxham. "I consider the
Tallahasseean the best weekly paper in
the tState. It is better now than it ever
was before," said Mr. W. I. Vason, a
prominent farmer.
And so it goes. Every day such un-
solicited remarks are made about The
Tallahasseean. If they keep on some-
body will have to put bands about the
heads of the scribes, to prevent them
from swelling out of all proportion.
While these words of praise are ex-
tremely gratifying, the most pleasing

The Florida State Sunday School feature lies in the fact that seldom a
Convention (interdenominational) will week passes that we do not add from
be held this year at Gainesville, begin- twenty to thirty new names to our sub-
ning April 8th, at 9 a. m., and lasting scription list. Another gratifying fea-
through the 10th. The event promises ture is our increased advertising and
and probably will be one of the most job patronage.
important conventions that the Asso-
ciation has yet held. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SUPREME
The Southeastern Passenger Associa- COURT.
tion, which embraces nearly, if not J. P. Owens, plaintiff in error,' vs. J.
.luite, all the railroads in the State, ha, T. Highsmith, defendant in error-Lake
promised a rate of one and one-fourth county. Judgment affirmed per curiam,
fareq for the round trip, on the certifi- without opinion. Robt McNamee for
rate plan, on the following conditions: plaintiff in error. Alex. St. Clair-
"1. Each person desiring to avail him- Abrams for defendant in error.
self of the reduced rate must purchase F. J. Dudley & Co., plaintiffs in error,
a first-class ticket (either limited or vs. John F. White, defendant in error-
unlimited) to the place of meeting, at Hamilton county. Judgment affirmed;
the regular tariff rate, and at the same opinion by Mr. Justice Carter. J. N.
time procure from the ticket agent a Stripling and L. E. Roberson for plain-
certificate of the standard form. If the. tiffs in error. J. S. White for defend-
through ticket cannot be procured at ant in error.
the starting point the person should Sarah A. Hart, plaintiff in error, vs.
purchase to the most convenient point Mary T. Cotten, defendant in error-
at which such ticket can be obtained, Escambia county. Writ of error dis-
and there repurchase through to the missed; opinion per curiam. Daniel
place of meeting, procuring a standard Campbell & Son and John C. Avery for
certificate from each agent from whom plaintiff in error. Blount & Blount for
a ticket is purchased, defendant in error.
"2. It is absolutely necessary that cer- James D. Southerland, plaintiff in
tificates be procured, indicating that error, vs. Jesse R. Sandlin, defendant in
full fare has been paid for going pas- error-DeSoto county. Judgment af-
sage and the route for which ticket or flrmed;opinion by Mr. Justice Mabry.
tickets for the return journey should be Wilson & Wilson and John H. Tread-
sold. No refund of tare can be expected well for plaintiff i* error. H. J. Spence,
because of failure to secure such certifi- j. V. Burton and M. L. Williams for de-
cates. fendant in error.
"3. Tickets for the return journey will The count stands adjourned until
be sold at one-fourth the first-class Tuesday, March 4th.
tariff fare only to persons holding cer-
tificates of the standard form duly
signed by H. H. Sasnett as Secretary, CORN A DROUGHT RECORD.
and vised by Mr. E. C. Cobb (T. A., S. A. We have received from J. B. Arm-
LRy.) as special Agent. strong, Iowa, an ear of corn which he
Mr. W. N. Sheats, chairman of the considers an object lesson for teaching
executive committee, is working up the man that in the carrying on farm work
convention, and is confident that the his efforts come first, nature's efforts
attendance will be larger than usual. second, but the Overruling Power holds

F-' X ,.:


have been w ungh that our farmers
could not compete with other points.
This drawback has been overcome,
however, by the Seaboard Air Line,
which promises to give the same rates
as have prevailed at Monticello. We
hope the farmers will take advantage
o. the opportunity.

A bill has been introduced in Con-
gress, providing for a military guard
for the protection of tlie President.
This, in free America! This, in the
land where the ruler is from the com-
mon people, chosen on account of his
fitness, and elevated for a brief season
to the position of ruler of the greatest
nation on earth! Where is our vaunted
liberty? Has it come to such a pass
that the President cannot mingle with
the people without a military guard?
What a blow to our pride! What a fall
from the lofty pedestal on which we
have been posing!
The mad deed of one man, or an or-
ganization of men, whose every impulse
and desire are not only foreign and
heartless, but antagonistic to good gov-
ernment, h4s brought us to such a pass!
This act may call for more precaution,
and it must be made possible for the
President to go anywhere in this great
land with the same freedom and safety
that the huniblest private citizen en-
joys. Still, the idea that he must not
step outside of his own door without a
military guard, is revolting. It is a
blow to our free institutions, and one
that we will be slow to appreciate.
It is duty of Congress to look out for
the safety of the chief executive, by en-
acting laws that will make it impossible
for Anarchy to show its hideous head
in our fair land. It is the duty of every
citizen to assist in the strict enforce-
ment of those laws. The time nas passed
when this country can safely welcome
all aliens. There is a class of people
who are so heartless and iconoclastic
in their views that they would over-
throw every government, no matter
how liberal. They would sacrifice
Heaven itself in the accomplishment of
their'ruinous policies.
Human life is nothing to such people.
They know no law, recognize no ruler,
and even deny the existence of a God.

" i

"It is needless to attempt to stres -a
a brief circular the importan1e-atf S .
day schools to the church and State, 01
to argue the necessity for conference,
organization, an. a general awakening
of all engaged in the work. It is highly
important that representatives of all
denominations should come together
and seek a new inspiration and to learn
all they can from the most active and
successful Sunday school workers how
best to keep the divine injunction,
"Feed my lambs." The observing must
admit that too large a number of Sun-
day schools are mere perfunctory in-
stitutions without any real fruitage.
Let the army of teachers meet in the
name of the Lord of Hosts and plan a
great campaign against Satan for the
salvation of the youth of the State."

Many business nouses in Tallahassee,
,and other places, too, for that matter,
refuse to accept in payment for pur-
chases coins that are badly worn,
when they know beyond doubt that
such coins are genuine. The result is
that people who can ill afford the loss
are frequently left with worn nickles,
dimes, quarters and even halves, which
they cannot pass.
Some firms will take this money, but
the majority will not, even though it
has been decided in the courts that so
long as a piece bore any semblance to
money, beyond reasonable doubt, it is
worth its face value.
A short time since the writer got
hold of a silver dime that was badly
worn (any one could tell it was a dime,
however,) and tried to pass it, without
success. A wager was made with a
friend that the piece was worth its face
value. In order to see how many mer-
chants would refuse the piece, a negro
boy was sent to make a purchase. He
tried half a dozen stores, but none
would take it. Even the postoffice re-
fused to accept it in payment for post-
age stamps.
The piece was then enclosed in an
envelope and sent to Washington, and
the inquiry made as to its value. In
reply, the director of the mint sent the
following letter:
"Treasury Department, Bureau of
the Mint, Washington, March 4,
"J. T. Blanchard, Tallahassee, Fla.
"Dear Sir: I enclose new dime in
place of the one forwarded by you. I
would state for general information
that so long as coins of the United
States do not bear evidence of having
been fraudulently reduced in weight,
and the designs are not abliteratal be-
yond recognition, they are reedeeme .
by the Government.
"Director of the Mint."





bacillus has passed over our coun-
try, from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
leaving behind it a dark cloud of an-
guish and despair.
Catarrh follows grip as effect follows
A multitude of catarrh victim will
spring up in the trail of the awfl epi-
demic of- grip that has just passe over
our fair country.
The hope to these people is Peru
Most people know this already.
Everyone who has had the least-touch
of grip, should not fail to take a ourse
of treatment with Peruna.
Peruna eradicates every vestige pf the
disease and leaves the system in a nor-
mal condition.
Hon. Joseph B. Crowley, Congrefyman
from Illinois, writes from the National
Hotel, Washington, D. C., as follows:
After giving Peruna a fair triaUI can
cheerfully recommend your remedy to
anyone suffering with coughs, colWs, la
grippe and all catarrhal complain ts."-
J. B. Crowley.
Hon. George H. White, Congre man
from North Carolina, writes:
"I am more than satisfied with. 'eru-
Ia, and find it to be an excellent r edy
for the grip and catarrh. I have it
in my family, and they all join ie in
recommending it as an excellent rem-
edy."-George H. White.
Hon. J. P. Megrew, Superintend t U.
8. Capital Police Force, of Washin ton,
D. C., says:
"Having suffered from the grip, was
advised by a friend to use your Pe

inches make a shqrt ear of corn tuc ed
n at the tip as close as the cob w ch
is contracted at that point will allow;
then there is tw6 inches of cob cov ed
with aborted kernels; above them he
cob enlarges and is covered with ee
inches of kernels, making another ar
(?) of corn that is not as well filled ut
at the tip as the one lower down e
Mr. Armstrong thinks there is o
mystery about this ear of corn-- at
the two inches of well-filled grains w
before July 1, "at which time," he
"the drought hau extended to that -
tent that it was impossible for nat
fill or produce more material for e
&ernel;" then "the next two inches
kernels wert formed, but could not e
filled. In my judgment this period lt-
ed until about July 27 to August l.
Then that much-needed rain came,
which time nature put forth a new
fort and the balance of the cob
about three inches was filled and fully
matured, showing that nature has a cer-
tain amount of time to make and p-
fect its grain, and if conditions are
that prohibit its work at its regujr
time and the hindrances are afterward
removed nature starts out again agd
finishes its object"-National Rural.1

Twrmnlg the fable .
"Turning the tables." in the sense
bringing a countercharge against tn
accuser, has a classic origin. In t e
days of Augustus Imperator a regul r
craze seized the men of Rome to Cq -
pete with one another for the posse-
sion of the costliest specimens of a cer-
tain description of table made for tie
most part of Mauritana wood inlaid
with ivory-"mensarum insania," or ta-
ble mania, as Pliny called It They were
sold at most extravagant prices. When
the men accused the ladies of sumptu-
ary extravagance, the latter naturally
retorted by reference to the money
squandered by their lords on these ta-
bles and so "turned the tables or then"
by throwing them metaphorically in
their teth

.All Stuffed Up
That's the condition of many sufferers
from catarrh, especially in the morning.
Great difficulty is experienced in clear-
ing the head and throat.
No wonder catarrh causes headache,
impairs the taute, smell and hearing,
pollutes the h-,nath, deranges the stom-
ach and affect, the appetite.

I also used it for my catarrh, and I can
now cheerfully recommend your remedy
to anyone who is suffering from the grip
and catarrh."-J. P. Megrew.
Miss Anna Russell, Past Worthy Coun-
selor, Loyd Mystic Legion,-293 Endicott
Building, St. Paul, Minn., writes:
"For years I have unfortunately found
my system in a peculiarly receptive con-
dition for catarrh when I was exposed
in any way to inclement weather. At
those times I would be severely afflicted
with la grippe and its unpleasant con-
"Now for the past year and a half I
have used Peruna in such cases and have
found that it not only cures me quickly,
but it also cleanses my blood and ren-
ders me less liable to catch cold. It is
the finest preventative of colds that I
know of and a very superior tonic."-
Anna Russell.
Miss Emily Milburne, President of the
Westside Young Woman's Club, No. 152
West Congress street, Chicago, Ill.,
writes of several members of the club of
which she is president, who have had
the Grip and have been quickly restored
to health by Peruna.
Mr. Nicolas F. Rossiter, of 463 Nor-
wood avenue, Cleveland, 0, had a severe
*attack of the Grip, was very sick and
under the physician's care. He, like
many others, passed the acute stage but
did not receive strength. Peruna not
only quickly restored him to his former
health, but to much better health than
he has had for years. He gives Peruna
all the praise.
Hon. Max J. Porges, Alderman of the
Eighth District, residing at 36 Rivington

street, New ered with theG4
two bottle cured him. &
also writes .t knows a large ag.
ber of peo w have bee cured i
the Grip by
Hon. Cha Culkin, Alderma I
the Sevent i mbly District of
Borough o a ttan, residing at
Eighth ave w York, writes G
he was lIp several days with I%
Grip. On t 1ftday he was advisadt
try Perun je d so and found hi.
self better th twenty-four ho,,
This reme restored him to h6
usual vigor h th.
Mr. Marti. dlrds, President of t,
County Cla Le.s Benefit Society, a
West Fort In street, New Yog,
writes that ww cured of the Grip by
a short cou49of atment with PeruL,
Miss Bla e month, President d
the Athenlaftub, 4110 Aldrich avea
North, Ca njn Place, Minneapo~,
Minn, says re 4s cured of the Grip
Nothing he b hbr until she tried Ft.
runa. Felt rWterte xt day after begiw
ning its use. a( ble to be out of bei
the third df. S. also tells of other
who were cuail bh 'runa.
La arippei! epWerdc catarrh. ft.
runa cares tF r _, hence Peram is
specific for A Jip.
If you do nlere prompt and satid
factory resu froi the use of Pernna,
write at onc: (b Hlartman, giving a
full statement of ur case and he will
be pleased t 'v-Woun his valuable ad-
vice gratis. 4
Address DI.- Hrtman, President of
The Hartma Sitarium, Columbol,


Louisville & Nashville Rai:roa
In Effect April 14, 1901.
New Orleans and Mobile.

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Those Who Gath
Tallahasjseeun R<

l'e Dentist, Dr. RF. A
4 4
[rs. C. P. Davis, of I
tor to Tallahassee tl

[rs. B. M. Cates is spe;
h her husband, at I

enator G. P. Healey
nty, who has been
business, has return
+ -V- +
don't forget to see tl
Ireeting's show wind
he contest will soon
4- 4- 4
[r. J. D. Stoutamire,
I's substantial citizen:

all at Vvight & Bros'.
iple of Coke's Dandr

ies Child's Kino-rgai
Pen at her residence (,
s will be good news
4 4 4
rs. S. J. Gardner, of I
been visiting friends
r for some time, has
he regular monthly
nty commissioners w
rt house Tuesday to
Sof routine and othe


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Items for

monia, was a

ing the week
i sawmill at

of Volusia

t gold watch
r. The close
e announced.

me of Blox-
, was in the

nd get a free
I Cure.

m school will
Monday next
to the little

ceosuki, who
a tue Capital
one to Brad-

ssion of the
i held at the
the transac-

)R SALE-Barnesvi Top Buggy
a set of single ha Good as
Apply to ot. E. M RIFF.
ch. 7-tf.

he performance give,
Theater Co. at the of
it was greatly enjoyed

he monthly report o
r Whitfield shows a bI
20 to the credit of
:e and educational fui
4 4+

by the Rob-
ra house last
by those who

State Treas-
ance of $309,-
the different

[rs. H. C. McFadden. f Waycross,
, is the guest of Com roller Croom
I family. Mr. McFad n is general
ager of the Atlantic nd Birming-
a railroad.

Wly white barber sh In the city.
or Pringle & Johnsov store. Geo.
Wy, proprietor. tf
de subject of sewer is being fre-
Stly discussed by the inking peo-
of Tallahassee. The ore the ques-
i is agitated the soon will the peo-
be educated to the nportance of
ting in a first-class werage sys-

he sports are hustlin around rais-
funds for the support the baseball
b that is to represent llahassee on
diamond this year. is said that
Capital City has spl3dfd material
a strong team, and me exciting
tests are promised overs of the
onal game.
4 4'"4-
crowded house greted the Im-
I Ladies' Quartette it the opera
Monday night Erybody who
ded is singing the raises of the
tion. The manage ent of the
Association is tbe congratu-
upon the high classjf attractions
this season.

p. Lawhon, who I
me time under med
blood poisoning, I
g at 6 o'clock. D<
Wakulla citizen, and
ads. A cut on his
trees resulted in ga
his death. Duri
the King's Daughi
did everything t
t him and allevi

Times-Union and 4
eckest divorce and
so far as we kno'
w separated front
13th February (la
4th instant, ninetei
asU granted a divor
day a license was
ge to an attorney
e.4 4- 4
Pipes! Every
a 3-for-a-nickel shi
French briar and
and little pipes;
t stems, and pipes
Pipes with long st
Short stems; pipes
se without pipes.
tion, wood-and
assortment of cigai
honor to tnat no

is been here
al treatment
ed Monday
eased was an
iad a number
ig while box-
grene, which
g his illness
rs and kind
their power
we-his suffer-

[tizen tells of
marriage on
Mrs. C. E.
er husband
Monthh. On
1av Iat*r

f w a t W ^ I
l, and on the
isued for her
Gordon I

ng in pipes,
er to a gen-
amber. Big
pipes with
with crooked
s and pipes
without stems
ber, horn,
e band of
)e band~ of

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist 'Phone No.
68. 48-10t
4+ 4 4
A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist tf.
Contractor W. B. Davis, of Madison,
was here Monday, a guest of Mr. C. H.
4+ 4 4
Presiding Elder J. B. Ley is home
again from his first tour of the Talla-
hassee circuit
4+ + +
Mr. T. h. Hall, proprietor of Panacea
Springs, was a visitor to Tallahassee
early in the week.
44 1
Mr. Eli Futch, a leading farmer from
the northeastern part of Leon, had
business in the Capital City this week.
4 4 4
Mr. J. S. Fleming, a leading mer-
chant and farmer of Chaires, was
among Monday's visitors to the Capital
++ +
The friends of AAjutant-General J.
Clifford R. Foster are glad to see him
out again after a severe illness of two
4+ + +
Governor W. S. Jennings, who has.
been off on a business trip through east
Florida, returned to Tallahassee Mon-

Mrs. W. M. Ball, who has been spend-
ing a short time with Tallahassee rela-
tives, left Monday for her home in Pen-

Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.

Sergeant Hood, recruiting officer for
the'United States artillery, has been in
Talalhassee for several days, trying to
secure recruits for Uncle Sam.
+ +4
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid-
neys and bladder right. Contains noth-
ing injurious. For sale by Wight &
Hon. R. H. Buford, a leading attorney
of Marianna, spent several days ;n the
city this weeK. Mr. Buford represented
Calhoun county in the last session of
the State Legislature.

The congregation of the Methodist
Church has given its pastor, Rev. W. E.
H. Mabry, a muca needed vacation of
one month. Mr. Mabry's health has
not been the best, and the rest will
prove beneficial.
4- *
'I tie talented actor, Mr. W. T. Robson,
and the magnificent emotional actress,
Miss Mollie Nelson, supoprted by th-
Robson Theatre Co., at the opera ho i-,-!
tonight and Saturday night Pi icei
25, 35 and 50 cents.
4 +
Don't overlook the dates of the Rob-
son- Theater Co. at the opera house.
'They are here Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, with a fine line of all royalty
plays. Popular prices will prevail-
25, 35 and 50 cents. Advance sale now
open at the usual place.
4.* 4+
Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.
4 4 4
Mr. J. A. Holloway, who ha" been otr
on an extended trip in the interest of
nis house, the Ludden-Campbell-Smith
Company, spent a few days in the city
this week.

The county school board held its
regular monthly meeting at the court
house Tuesday morning, and the teach-
ers of Leon are happy-because they
received their pay.

This morning the entire shelving on
the northside of Mr. R. J. Evans dry
goods store toppled over with a crash,
smashing show cases and everything in
the way, and mixing up things general-
ly. Six show cases (filled with all kinds
of notions), a large mirror, and other
stands were shattered. The loss is
about $600.
It will be remembered by our readers
that Sonny White, a prominent mer-
chant and farmer of Wakulla county,
was killed at his home near Medart a
year or two ago, by a turpentine negro
named John Henry. The murderer suc-
ceeded in making his escape, and al-
though a reward was offered for his ar-
rest nothing has .been heard of him
since. A short time ago Sheriff Mc-
Call, of Quincy, arrested a negro ans-
wering Henry's description, and now
has him in jail, awaiting identification.
The sheriff is confident that he has the
right man.



Against your life and health
S is a dansrtobe dreaded. The
(rma of disease are many and
p active. Disreg rd their pres-
p ence in the system and before
p long they will openly attack
. _you.

SWilliams'Little Liver Pills

S Offer awdy means of seeking
p out and and ex'ellIng these
p enemies of the human body.
S WillIams' Uttle aver ils
stimulate the action of the

lmre aecom ndwbeor

When you wake up with a bad taste
in your mouth you may know that you
need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
& Liver Tablets. They will cleanse
your stomach, improve your appetite
and make you feel like a new man._____
They are casy to take, being sugar __
coated, and pleasant in effect. For sale Come and see the picture of e o
by Wight & Bro. young widow, worth $35,000, living n 1 H 9 t :-
4 44 the near vicinity of Tallahassee, o Ullil lUU B__ 4
Miss May Stoutamire, daughter of wants a husband, and see if you M -
County Commissioner W. D. Stouta- nize it Can be seen at the drug St
mire, who has been visiting for two it R'L5 COLLIN
weeks at the home of Mr. Geo. Lewis in
this city, will attend school here for the FOR RENT-Nine-room cottage, 5
balance of the term. She will board at ner Bronough and McCarty streets. r
Mrs. M. T. Butler's. particulars see W. D. HARTT. M7 t
J. W. Lurton, of Pensacola, division FORSAL .
passenger and freight agent of the L. I will sell at public auction in t
& N., and F. C. Shepard, of Montgom- -of the Tallahassee court house W .
ery, general freight agent for the same day, March 26th, 1902, at 12 m., y
road, had business before the Florida property known as the Choate P ,
Railroad Commission this week. three-fourths.of a mile N. E. of Tal -
+ 4+ 4 hassee. It wUill positively be knoe
C. C. Farmer, of Chicago, will lecture oL to the highest cash bidder.
at the court house tonight in the in- Mch 7-3t C. E. M i
terest of the Woodmen of the World. S hjLR A SR H -f A
I he subject will be "Fraternity and "CHOLERA AND SORE HEAD."
Home Protection." The U. S. Live Stock Remedy
+ + + pared by L Morgan, has proved in -
Mr. G. C. Barineau, an old and highly able as both remedy and cure r N tc
respected citizen of Leon county, died cholera, sorehead and kindred, Ready on Short Notice. te Y
at 8 o'clock Monday night, at his home in fowls aid cholera in pigs, and
in the western part of the county, from very lbeneflOWa also to horses and We fill orders promptly. Have a
Bright's disease. Deceased was a sue- tie. or sale by Pringle & Johnson. complete equipment Patrons ex- <
eessful farmer. Undertaker Rozear perience no delay in getting the -
shipped a coffin to his family Tuesday. MIDDLE FLORIDA. kind of outfit desired. Our .
4 4 + FOR SALE. The Goodwood Ho
gling to retain his rule. Bift gentle mansion and outbuildings, furnished IVrrV erViC M
Spring, with her balmy breezes, will unfurnished. Good water and 160 J
eventually conquer and usher in sum- of land, completely fenced, one e Is as perfect as care and attention wm .
mer soon. from Tallahassee. Suitable for spom t uness n q
men' clb orwiner rsidnce. *,~can make it. Business men requir-
he +o ri+ t b men's club orwinterresideing outfits for special trips will do
The boy or girl who writes the best dress Mrs. E. H. A., Lock Box wrg
ort k cabot teR ~a Trwel to order here. Charges reason-
short sketcn about the characters in lahassee. a ble.
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room" will re- 4
ceive a five dollar gold piece. WANTED-25,000 to 75,000 acres t
+ 4 + virgin pine; must average 8,000 to I,-
The wide-awake merchant believes 000 feet to acre. Address at once, Bx THE p u S.
in advertising, and uses this method for 295, Jacksonvihle, Fla. Feb. 14-44 1
inviting the public to call and see him. -- -
nte always keeps his name and business FOR SALE.
before the public. About 3,000 Cassava canes, and a t K uhr 3 bl C $ e t
4 + + 2,000 Privet plants, for Hedge Fen l a Shoe d went's
For that cough, takeLincan's Cough Persons desiring either of the a e, FStore
Syrup. Sold only by Wight & Bro. will do well to see or correspond with R B. 0UT H Pr. I
+ &- W. L VASON, Tallahassee. S. B. LUTTERLOMa, Prop., g ------- I 4440011
Mr. D. F. Gramling, a prominent Feb. 7-2m. --
merchant and farmer of Centerville, WIL TA VAW C A .*A 4,,$** 4 ** **s,
made a business trip to Tallahassee on FOR SALE-Saw mill and engiSe, |WCe e i Ymn Coan 6 lw
Wednesday, and paid The Talahas-blacksmith tools, etc. Cheap for cajih, 4 It
seen a short visit or part cash and good security tor bal-in matters pertaining to drugs and ll n y
+ .+.+ ance. Would consider proposition to -s
No new names will be entered in The exchange for timbdr or good farming medicine, because we have made
Tallahasseean's contest for the most land. A big bargain for some o it a point to buy only the best.
popular young lady in Tallahassee. AU For further particulars call at or ad- a P to uy oy t
have had an opportunity to vote for dress this office. tt We do not believe in substitution. 4 .
their favorite and if your choice is not :hat 4
in the race now it is their own fault TO EXCHANGE-An $80 Edison Rest assured any prescription that
444Concert Phonograph and outfit for a FaM o s
The paper that reahe and is read good yoke of exen. Apply at this Office. is filled by us is prepared from the F A00 S.
The paper that reaches and In read^o: ^^ 9a~jG~ S -0
b 8 d gmme lotp 1li e eFIN FAM FR SLE. freshest and purest drugs it is pos-
by the greatest number of people is the fehs4adprstdusiti o 2
best advertising medium.T ol e FINE FARM FOR SALE. Te- o es
tablished weekly with a solid founda- I offer for sale my farm of 210 acres sible to buy.
tion, and a large subscription list, is near Miccosuki. About 140 acres ina A
better than a small daily with one- high state 'of cultivation, without a Neckwea K Cloves,
tenth the circulation. stump, and all. necessary fences. A | U POROUS D CorseftmHAslrv .
.& A. vr%^vn ^nffacm %with te-han I P 0 R I U S I





Mr. John Hopkins returned to TaBa-
hassee Wednesday from an extended
sojourn in Gadsden county.
Tallahassee's second nine is making
arrangements for an exciting game of
ball with the Thomasville baseball club
on March 21st
Some vandal the other night threw
a stone through Dr. R. A. Snine's hand-
some glass sign at his office in the Leon
hotel building.

Mr. Hirschberg, manager of the El
Provedo cigar factory, has returned
from a business trip to New York,
Chicago and Philadelphia.
White barber shop. Over Pringle &
Johnson's store. tf
+ +
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So-
ciety held its regular monthly meeting
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Palmer.
+ 4 4
Mrs. Smith, formerly Miss Kate
Clark, of Monticello, visited friends in
Tallahassee this week, the guest of Mrs.
A. A. Murphree.
4 4 4-
Judge J. S. Liddon, of Marnanna, ar-
rived in Tallahassee Wednesday, on a
business trip. Judge Liddon was form-
erly chief justice of the Supreme court
of Florida.

Wednesday was not a fair sample of
the weather usually furnished in the
Sweet Sunny South" about this time
of the year. it was more of a clipping
from the Arctic regions.
Old Si Stebbins failed to appear at the
opera house Tuesday night, but we had
the Robson Theatre Company last
night. They will also be here tonight
and Saturday night.
+ 4
Mr. R. x. Shepard has returned
north, after a visit to our city of three
weeks. We are pleased to welcome
such young men to our locality, and we
congratulate his mother upon the pleas-
ure his visit must have afforded her.

The spring normal course of the Flor-
ida State College begins next week. A
large number of teachers are expected
to be in attendance.
4 4 4
Rev. W. E. H. Mabry is absent from
the city, taking his vacation, but ser-
vices will be held at the Methodist
church as usual.
4 4 4
Misses Lalah and Alma Cates are the
guests of Mrs. John Clark, on Clinton
street, during the absence of their
mother, who is visiting at Wakulla.
4 4- 4-
If you are interested in the actual
happenings of Tallahassee, Leon coun-
ty and the State of Florida, with casual
mention of current news, subscribe for
The Tallahasseean.

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cultural t .

FARxE. Department.

It Is often ill ted that between
two extremes t truth is found, and
tmoay, as never ore, it is. seen that
this Is correct farming. Until re-
ctlUy the work farplers were large-
ly Intolerant of thing in their call-
18i except what ey termed the prac-
tal. It has a long been the fact
that those who thought books sufficient
to prepare a pert for farming claimed
too much.
It is now that "the requisite
wp.-tical skill art of management
required for th successful conduct of
actual farm o rations cannot, as a
rule, be acquire y students during the
period of their le spent in school and
college." N g short of positive
"Ceptact with th problems of the farm"
will, in other rds, meet the general
run of the ope ing needs of the busi-
nes of farming
This element the need of working
contact and of aualy doing figures in
all the profess the schools can do
much for the me ical man, for instance,
but if perfect is to be attained it
miat be attain by practice. We thus
find the law or le requiring mrn to
get, in positive t ch with things,if they
would really ow them, running
through all av tions. Prof. Huxley,
one of the ve greatest of modern
teachers, becau of this, at least with
such strongly in ind, tells us that "the
knowledge of ence which is attain-
able by mere r ing, though infinitely
better than ign nce, is knowledge of
a very different ind. from that which
arises from di r contact with fact."
In the school r college the mind is
trained and put n possession of funda-
mentals or pri ples that later can be
applied. The t cher himself is in evi-
dence that we ust go to others for
much of what e possess. Without
books, without chers, without avail-
able accumula stores of information
from the past, n would surely-not be
advantaged as now is; for each one
would, under s h unfavorable circum-
stances, have gin at the beginning
and go over the hole business himself.
The best books ve us in the best form
all that is wort knowing from the past.
The printed pa shows "towards solid
good what lead the nearest way."
From the sc Is, from the books,
much can be I ned about farming not
otherwise possi e to be learned by any
one man in a li time. The schools and
books keep ac nt of results and the
governing pri ples of results. The
newspapers ch icle the story of indi-
vidual experie es and successes as
they appear. us the reader is lifted
out of the ruts d made a part of daily
And so, wh Prof. Huxley recom-
--mends that w go to Lae fqot, rather
than to.the he does so in a book
which he hi If wrote to give "ele-
mentary less on the very important
subject of ph logy."
Tuere is gr need of the exercise of
common sense this business. Men do
not go wholly ne much in these days
--they aim securing light and
strengthening from every possible
quarter. Min is more and more
counting. It also being more and
more appreciate that the best in the
practical goes th the best in the men-
tal outfit. Ofn those who most ur-
gently recomm d the going to nature,
the practical, te books to show how
to go and how others have gone. Only
me two, tue t cher or the book and
the practice, p ceding. together, can
fill the bill req ring now to be filled.-
aome and Fan.

Coughs, colb croup, grip, bronchitis,
other throat d lung troubles are
quickly cured. y One Minute Cough
Cure. One Mi te Cough Cure is not
a mere expec ant, which liquifles the
mucous, draw out the inflammation
and removes t cause of the disease.
Absolutely saf Acts at once. "One
Minute Cough 'ure will do all that is
claimed for i says Justice of the
Peace J. Q. H Crosby, Miss. "My
wife could not t her breath and was
relieved by th first dose. It has been
a benefit to all y family."

It is unive Ily conceded that the
fattening and rising of hogs is a valu-
able side liine every farm. To make

it profitable O d successful requires
some care a attention. The pigs
should be give good shelter, plenty to
eat and an ab- dance of water. Clean-
liness is anoth essential in successful
hog raising. ',
The Indiana experiment Station has
reported some ata on a question which
frequently ari in pig feeding, name-
ly: What is e advantage of mixing
the grain fee with water, and how
thick or thin would slop be fed?
Four lots of ur pigs each were used
in a test which covered about four or
five months, or three months all the
pigs were fed corn meal and shorts.
During the re inder of the time hom-
iny feed repl the corn.
Lot 1 was en the ration dry; lot 2
was fed the in mixed with an equal
weight of wa r, while in the case of
lot 3 it was xed with twice, and in
the case of lot, three times its weight
of water. In edition to the dry grain
or slop, the pi s were supplied with all
the drinking ter they desired and the
amount co ed recorded.
The average daily gains of the four

lots were in every case a little over four
pounds per day; the prain required per
pound of grain by the four lots was 3.59,
3.80, 3.74, and 3.75, pounds, respectively;
while the cost of food per pound of
gain ranged from 2.87 cents in the case
of lot 1 to 3.04 cents in the case of lot 2.
During the test lot 1 (fed the dry
grain) drank 3,375 pounds of water; lot
2 did not receive all the water they de-
sired in the slop fed and consumed a
total of 3,031 younds; lots 3 and 4 re-
ceived all they desired in the slop, the
amounts thus taken being 4,871 and
6,928 pounds, respectively.
The figures recorded by the station
show that: Pigs weighing 60 pounds,
fed dry teed, consumed on an average
2.35 pounds of water daily, and that this
amount increased nearly constantly un-
til these same pigs weighing 218 pounds
consumed 11.07 pounds per day. It is
also shown that pigs fed water in their
food as slop, when weighing about 60
pounds, consumed either 2.42, 4.25, or
a.79 pounds of water per day, while
these same pigs weighing 213 to 222
pounds consumed either 8.17, 14 or 18
pounds of water per day.
Undoubtedly much of this water was
consumed unnecessarily, and certainly
lot 4 was given much more water with
its grain than was required.
There was no material difference in
the appearance of the pigs in either lot,
so far as quality is concerned, and so
far as this one experiment goes, the use
of about two times the weight of water
to grain indicates a satisfactory propor-
In view of the fact that the pigs fed
dry grain made slightly better gains
than those fed grain mixed with water
in form of slops, "it would appear that
there is really no gain in feeding the
pigs a slop instead of a dry grain, ex-
cepting as a feeder may regard it a mat-
ter of convenience."

The complexion always suffers from
biliousness or constipation. Unless the
bowels are kept open the impurities
from the body appear in the form of
unsightly eruptions. DeWitt's Liule
Early Risers keep the liver and bowelE
in healthy condition and remove the
cause of such troubles. C. E. Hooper,
Albany, Ga., says: "I took DeWitt's
Little Early Risers for biliousness.
They were just what I needed. I am
feeling better now than in years."
Never gripe or distress. Safe thorough
and gentle. The very best pills.

(By H. Harold Hume.)
The cantaloupe blight produced by a
fungus, a species of Macrosporium,
caused considerable damage to the can-
taloupe crop in Florida last year. Dur-
ing the next few weeks a very consid-
erable acreage of this crop will be
planted in the State. Growers are warn-
ed to be on the lookout for tuis disease.
Fortunately it can be easily controlled
if measures to check it are taken in
time. The disease is characterized as
follows: The leaves when first affected
show diseased areas in the form of
minute yellowish specks. As the dis-

ease progresses the areas become larger
attaining a size varying from one-
fourth to one-half inch in diameter,
sometimes separate from one another,
but frequently running together and
forming diseased spots of considerable
extent. Leaves which have been dis-
eased for.some time will be found to b.;
very much spotted, and when the spots
become old. they drop out, leaving th-
leaf punctured and broken. Usually the
disease escapes notice until it has work-
ed considerable damage. The quality of
the fruit is not so good on diseased
vines and there is a very material short
age in the crop.
The disease may be held in cheek lby
splraying with Bordeaux mixture. dir, c-
.ions for the making of which wer-:
piven in Press Bulletin No. 1. When
th! disease is noticed the vines should
co sprayed. If the disease makes its
appearance again, as it certainly will
do. the field should be sprayed ugain
a'id so on at intervals of from oap to
two weeks. It pays to spray. If any
growers are in doubt as to what is the
matter with their vines I should le
pleased to have them forward speci-
mens to the Department for examina-
tion.-Florida Press Bulletin No. 18.

Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched .his leg with
a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years he
suffered intensely. Then the best doc-
tors urged amputation, "but," he
writes, "I used one bottle of Electric
Bitters and 1% boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and my leg was sound
and well as ever." For eruptions, Ec-
.zema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Sores and
all blood disorders Electric Bitters has
no rival on earth. Try them. All drug-
gists will guarantee satisfaction or re-
fund the money. Only 50 cents.

The merciful man is merciful to his
beast. If he owns stock of any kind,
he looks after its comfort. It is no un-
common sight to see horses hitched out
in the broiling rays of the sun all day
long. Again, we have known people to
come to town during the winter and
hitch their horse to a post. The animal
was compelled to remain standing in
the biting cold until late in the night,
without a thing to eat This is cruel,
to say the least.
A nn f wh,1>4 la hnwu<4i -rn mind..-_

The Bullet
Of the assassin may be more sudden, but
it is not more sure than the dire punish-
ment meted out to the man who abuses
his stomach. No man is stronger than
his stomach. When the stomach is dis-
eased the whole body is weakened.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
cures diseases of other organs when it
cures the diseases of the stoinach, on
which the several organs depend for
nutrition and vitality.
- "I would say in regard to your medicines
that I have been greatly benefited by them,*
writes Mr. J. S. Bell, of Lcando, Van Burc Co.,
la. "I was at one time
as I thought almost
at death 'sdoor. I was
confined to my house
and part of the time
to my bed. I had
taken gallons of medi-
cine. but it only fed
the disease; bat I must
say that ('olden Med-
ical Discovery' has
cured me. and to-day
I am stouter than I
have been for twenty
years. I am now forty-
three years Ad. Have le
taken "in all twentv-nine
bottles of 'Goilen Medical
Disc r-ery.' besidleC two or
three dozen vials of Dr.
Pierce's Pe-iV.5. but now I
take no medicine."
Dr. Pierce's Pleas- _
ant Pellets cure con-

sort, "to have turned the animals into
the stable as they came in, mud and
all. Treated in this way there would
be far less danger of scratches than
there would be by throwing cold water
over them and so stopping. If the legs
are washed, no matter in what way,
they should be rubebd until quite dry,
which is no easy job. If left only par-
tially dry, the most serious conse-
quences are likely to follow."
In regard to hitching horses: The
animals have feelings which should be
consulted. If yoir are compelled to
hitch them to a post in the summer
time, be sure and hunt up a cool place.
Don't let the animal go without his
regular meals, and by all means, give
nim plenty of pure, wholesome water.
In the winter the horse should not be
left standing in the cold or rain, with-
out some protection. Have a water-
proof blanket, and when you tie up,
spread this over your horse.
During the hot summer months driv-
ers should be very careful about hard
driving. The animal is liable to be-
come over-heated and ruined, if not
killed outright.

Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
another climate. But this is costly and
not always sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption will cure you at home.
it's the most infallible medicine for
Coughs, CoJds and all Throat and Lung
diseases on earth. The first dose brings
relief. Astounding cures result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free at all
drug stores. Price 50c and $1.00. Ev-
ery bottle guaranteed.

Agriculture is advancing by leaps and
bounds, yet there is a tendency on the
part of the men who control the farms
of the country, speaking broadly, to ex-
treme conservatism in the introduc-
tion of methods which to them seem
violently revolutionary, yet which
would be introduced in a factory or in
the running of railway trains or in any
ordinary mechanical work the moment
i-e merits of the innovation were
shown to be worthy. If there is one
thought more important than another
which should be taken into the mind
of the American farmer at this time,
taken in with hospitality and given
broad and deep consideration, it is that
he is one of .the most important factors
in the world's advance, and that as such
he should be, both in his mental atti-
tude and in his daily practice, in the
very van of progress.
The electricity run farm is not alto-
gether unknown in this country, yet so
infrequent is it that it is a curio. Yet
it has been demonstrated that electric-

ity as a motive power, and as a supply
for light and heat, is the most safe,
economical, cleanly and convenient pos-
sible for the average farm. Over in
France experiments with electricity in-
dicates that it is possible and profitable
to use 'it not only for the farm on which
the plant is located, but that a large
central plant may be made to serve sev-
eral farms. Mons. Dieudonne, writing
in a French scientific journal, says of
electricity on the. farm, that "We may
imagine that all work now done by
hand could be executed more quickly
and better by machinery," a conclusion
certainly suggesting to American farm-
ers of large areas a way to meet and
overcome the serious difficulties grow-
ing out of the scarcity of labor on the
larm. The whole subject is one of large
importance and interest, and American
agriculturists doubtless would find that
many grave problems might be solved
through the general introduction of
electricity.-Farmers' Voice.


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- Grocery.

That's the surest way to be sure
of getting the best of everything,
promptly delivered, at money-
saving prices. I want to carry
your grocery account.

The Grocereies I Carry

Are the best that can be procured.
I make a specialty" of handling
the best groceries.

Fresh Eggs

Nice Butter

Are sure to be a pl(
and I have the kind
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the standard and
pleasure in its use.


sure always,
that will give
>duce is up to
insures you


J.W. Collins
I am closing out my line of Dry
Goods, Hats, Shoes an Notions at
sacrifice prices. Give me a call.

All creditors, legatees, diltributees, and
all persons having any clilm or demand
against the estate of Annal S. Hartt, de-
eased, late of Leon county, Florida, are
:ailed upon to present themduly authenti-
.ated to the undersigned a ministrator of
her estate within one year iher estate not
ceeding $2,000) from Jan*ry 17th, 1902,
the date of the first publication of this no-
tice; otherwise this notice ill be pleaded
In bar of the same.
WM. D. HARTT, Admr.
Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 17, 1902. 8t

S Seeds make
4 g-od crops, good
' p .r p make snore et B
Sneri--s-o each year
i ps and cuslomfr1
< n greater. Thats t'
baet of the Ferry [
. ? & e Ferry's Seedsoi
S 0oId iiay allay ,l JeL
!YIp S ae A nt iltshl [algK.
NM. Ferry & c .
A Mich.

Woodville, March 4.-Woodville was
visited last Thursday night with a very
heavy rain, accompanied by heavy wind
lasting several hours. It blew down
a lot of fencing and considerable tim-
ber. It blew down the stables of the
tirooks-Davidson Lumber Company at
their mill, with eleven head of mules
in the stables, killing two mules and
one hog, and injuring several other
The citizens of Woodville and neigh-
bdorhood gave an oyster supper Satur-
day night. The supper was served at
the residence of Mr. G. G. Lewis. The
weather was threatening, but there was
quite crowd present. All enjoyed it
and went home rejoicing after the sup-
per was over.
Master Leonard Lewis, son of Mr.
John D. Lewis, has accepted a position
as clerk in the store of Mr. Dickey in
Tallahassee. Leonard is an honest,
trustworthy boy and has a bright fu-
ture ahead of him, though young in
years. We wish him success and com-
mend him to the confidence of his em-
Mrs. T. J. Isler returned home Mon-
day from a visit of a month to her
son at Ellaville.
Mr. H. T. Felkel, our trustworthy
tax assessor, was in Woodville Tuesday
on his round, taking the taxes. Mr.
Felkel has many friends at Woodville
who are always ready to welcome him.
Mr. Hodge, of Sopchoppy, was a visi-
tor to Woodville Tuesday.
Mr. John Robinson, our leading mer-
chant, is receiving and opening his
spring stock of goods.

You will never wish to take another
dose of pills if you once try Chamber-
lain's Stomach & Liver Tablets. They
are asier to take and more pleasant in
effect. They cleanse the stomach and
regulate the liver and bowels. For sale
by Wight & Bro.


"Something New Under
The Sun."

All doctors have tried to cure ('AT.\lrIil
by tl'i use pof powders. acid g:ises. inhalers
anld drugs in paste form. Their powders dry
up the nnucilous Imeinhranes causing them to
cr:eck open :ind laioil. The powerful acids
used In the inh:alers have entirely e:iten
away the same membnilranes that their makers
have aimed to cure. while pastes and oint-
moents cannot reach thie disease. An old :i:..l
exwperiencedl practitioner who lli.s for many
vears made a close study and specialty of
the treatment of CATA'ltIIil. hs at linst per-
feteod Treoatment which when faithfully
used. not only relieves at once. hut pernian-
ently cures 'ATAIltil. bly removing the
cause. stopping the discharges :nd curing ;all
inflammation. It is thei only remedy known
to science that actually reaches the :aililhtedl
parts. This wonderful remedy is known :is
TIARiII 'IItE." and is sold at the extremely
low price of one dollar. e;aich package (con-
taiing Internail and external medicine suf-
ficient for a full month's treatment and ev-
erything necessary to its l)erfect use.
"SNI'FFL:S" is the only perfect C'A-
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nized as the only safe and positive cure for
that annoying and disgusting disease. It
cures all inflammation quickly and perma-m-
ently. and is also" wonderfully quick to re-
lieve HAY FEVER or 'OALD in the IIEAl.
C'ATICAAII when neglected often leads to
you if you use it at once. It is no ordinary
remedy, but a complete treatment which is
positively guaranteed to cure (ATARRII in
any form or stage if used according to the
directions which accompany ench package
Don't delay, but send for it at once. and
write full particulars as to your condition.
and you will receive special service from the
discoverer of this wonderful remedy regard-
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regular price of ,-sNUFFIES," the GUAR-
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States on receipt of one dollar. Address
Dent. C740. EDWIN B. (ILES & CO., 2.330)
and 2332 Market street. Philadelphia.

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forget the na::ics of my own children at
times. I commenced using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and it helped me from the
first, and nu W I am perfectly well."
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The Requirements

of the Occasion
will receive prompt attention when en-
trusted to us.
We will take entire charge as soon as
notified of death and make all arrange-
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in a manner highly satisfactory to all
Charges are moderate.
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Tallahassee, Fla.

Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 12, 1902.
Under and pursuant to the requirements
of the laws of the State of Florida, we, the
undersigned, L W. Iuchholz,- A. A. Mur-
phree, II. E. Bierly, A. Williams, J. C.
Calhoun, W. N. Sheats, 11.E. Bennett. J. C.
Trice. G. W. Trice, J. T. Blanchard and W.
N. Seats, Jr., desiring for ourselves, our
associates and successors, to form and be
incorporated as a corporation, do hereby
give notice that we shall apply to the Gov-
ernor of the State of Flor,.,a for letters
patent. The proposed charter is as follows:
Article 1. The corporate name of said
corporation shall be "The Southern School
and [ome Publishing Company." with prin-
cipal office at Tallahassee, Florida.
Article II. Tne purpose and object for
which this corporation is organized is for
the printing, publishing, binding, manufac-
turing,. buying and selling books and news-
papers, paper, inks, type, presses, printing
goods and material of all natures, kind and
description, and to do any and all kinds of
printing of whatsoever nature or kind, in
this State or elsewhere, and generally to do
all things necessary and proner for carry-
ing on said business, and for this purpose
to have, possess and enjoy all the rights.
benefits, privileges and immunities incident
to and given under the laws of this State
to a corporation of such character.
Article III. The amount of the capital
stock shall be twenty-five hundred dollars
($2,500.00), to be divided into two hun-
dred and fifty shares (250) of the par value
of ten dollars ($10.00) each, ten per cent.
to be paid in in cash on application for
charter, the remainder to be paid in cash,
in Installments of 10 per cent. of the amount
subscribed for by each subscriber, as called
for by the Board of Directors, after due
Article IV. This corporation shall be In
force for a period of ninety-nine (99) years.
Article V. The business is to be conduct-
ed by a President, Vice-President, Secretary,
and Treasurer, who shall with five others
constitute the Board of Directors. The of-
ficers shall be elected at a meeting to be
held on the first Tuesday in April of each
years, and until the first election is held,
the following shall be the officers: Presil-
dent, L. W. Buchholz; Vice-President, W.
N. Seats; Secretary, J.- T. Blanchard;
Treasurer, H. E. Bennett; all of whom,with
J. C. Trice, A. A. Murphree, H. E. Bierly,
J. C. Calhoun and A. Wlliams, shall con-
stitute the Board of Directors.
Article VI. The highest amount of indebt-
edness or liability to which the corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be
twenty-.fivehundred dollars ($2,500.00).
Article VII. The names and residences of
the subscribers. And the number of shares
subscribed for by each are as follows:
L. WW.Buchhols, Tallahassee, Fla.. 10
A. A. Murphree, Tallahassee, Fla., 10
W. N. Sheats, Tallahassee, Fla., 10
H. E. Bennett, Tallahassee, Fla., 10
J. C. Trice, Tallahasee, Fla., 10
shares. I
G. W. Trie, Tallahassee, Fa, 10

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7s, .1902.

A Medicine for

Old People.
Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kas., is
past 83 years of age, yet he says: "I
am enjoying excellent health for a man
of my age, due entirely to the rejuven-
ating influences of Dr. Miles' Nervine.
It brings sleep an. rest when nothing
else will, and give. strength and vital-
ity even to one of my old age.".
"I am an old soldier," writes Mr. Geo.
Watson, of Newton, ia, "and I have
been a great sufferer from nervousness,
vertigo ard spinal trouble. Have spent
considerable money for medicine and
doctors, but wita little benefit. I was
so bad m mind showed signs of weak-
ness. I began taking Dr. Miles'Nervinc,
and I know it saved my life.




ers to stay the fiery rmi Oh, no!
must not touch the traMf All the
p est and best interests f society
i suffer; but the rum-sell must be
stected. He must be allo to get
, A.i the jails and poor uses are
ied, and the graveyards de fat
It bodies of young me stricken
)wn in the flower of their ears, and
wives and mothers who hae died of
roken hearts. Reform, were told,
et commence at home. We must
ir temperate children, anj then we
gli have temperate men. 'ghat when
arp none to desire liquo the rum
mler's trailic will cease. Atd all the
tile society's true benefactl s are en-
Aged in doing this, the wea, the un-
pecting, and the erring m st be left
easy prey, even if the wo requires
its accomplishment a hundred
ys. Sir! a human soul destroyed
rough the rum-seller's infenal agen-
t is a sacrifice priceless in value. No
sliderations of worldly gaf can, for
instant, be placed in comparison
wereith. And yet souls a destroy-
I by thousands every year, and they
ill fall by tens of thousand s ere so-
gty awakens from its fat indiffer-
, and lays its strong han of power
the corrupt men who arecttering
ruin and death, broacast over
.land! ,
always get warm on th subject,"
aded, repressing his e thcsiasm.
who that observes ad reflects
i help growing excited? The evil
appalling, and the indifferc" of the
unity one of the stra est facts
Sthe day."
While he was yet speaking the elder
I l. Hammond came in. e looked
etched. The redness an, humidity
Shis eyes showed want of leep, and
relaxed muscles of his f exhaus-
Sfrom weariness and suffring. He
the person with whom *had been aside, and continue an ear-
gt conversation with hi for many
inutes--often gesticulatin violently.
could see his face, thou I heard
thing of what he said. *'e play of
i features was painful to k upon.
|very changing muscle sho ed a new
base of mental suffering.
"Try and see him, will y not?" hW
aid, as he turned, at length to leave
he office.
"I will go there immediate ely," was
answered. 14
"Bring him home, if possi e."
"My very best efforts shale made."*
Judge Hammond bowed and went
at hurriedly. J
"Do you know the num er of the
oim occupied by the mas Green?"
asked the gentleman, as sn as his
uitor had retired.
"Yes. It is No. 11."
"Willy has not been hom since last
light. His father, at this la -day, sus-
ects Green to be a gambler. The truth
shed upon him onlyFyest rday; and
h~, added to his other sources of
trouble, is driving him, so a says, al-
most mad. As a friends, hewishes me
p go to the 'Sickle and Shelf,' and try
Sfind Willy. Have you seen any-
of him this morning "
answered in the negat-e.
'lor of Green?"
A j." 9
"Was Slade about when 4ou left the
1 saw nothing of him." *
:"What Judge Hammond) fears may
b all too true-that, in p t condi-
i of Willy's affairs,whict ave reach-
Sthe point of disaster, is tempter
mas to secure the-larg t possible
lare of property yet in h power to
Ihege or transfer-to sque from his
riti the last drop of blIl that re-
mais, and then fling him 'ruthlessly,
hra his hands."
I"The young man must ave been
Iadered almost desperate, he would
Mver have returned, as did, last
light Did you mention is to his
"No. It would have di esed him
he more, without effectin any good.
.t is wretched enough. But time
Ms, and none is to lost now.
you go with me?"
I walked to the tavern ith him;
Swe went into the b together.
kio or three men were at e counter
"Is Mr. Green about thi morning "
asked by the person w had come

Nikarch of young Hamm nd.
"Haven't seen anything him."
"Is he in his room?"
"1 don't know."
"Will you ascertain for e?"
"Certainly. Frank,"-a he spoke
the landlord's son, wh as loung-
on a settee,-"I wis ou would
If Mr. Green is in his mn."
'"o and see yourself. not your
r," was growled bac in an ill-
ed voice.
:In a moment I'll asce n for you,".
Matthew, politely.
After waiting on some ew custom-
who were just enteril Matthew
U upstairs to obtain th desired in-
tion. As he left bar room,
got up -and went hind the
where he mixe himself a

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MARCH 7, 1902.

his bosom as if to draw from thence a a flsh coming into his pale e. I'd. Thank You For a Uittle Mo Th
| I aB weapon; hut the words were scarcely "Who couldre ld have told her of this?" 1 0 le
uttered, ere Hammond sprung upon Mr. Hammoad started for the door, -They Are Fin
him with the fierceness of a tiger, bear- but ere he hadireached it, the distract-P achs-They Are F
S 0 0 0 ing him down upon the floor. Both ed mother entered.
hands were already about the gamb- "Oh! Willy, *my boy! my boy!" she aro is A REMARK OFTEN MAI M'AtHE DINING
S| ; o water's neck, anad, ere the bewildered spec- exclaimed, in tones of anguish that sALEWEMlAR ITE I M!#. EDN
tators would interfere, and drag him made the hea shudder. And she TABLE WHEN PARTAKIN
off, Green was purple in the face, and crouched down on the floor, the mo-
nearly strangled. ment she reached the bed whereon he A
Hammond, foaming at the mouth, as he derly and lovily!-to his.R oyal et
spoke,-"Me, whom you have followed "Dear mother Sweet mother! Best '
Babies and children nd like a thirsty blood-hound. Me! whom of mothers!" He even smiled as he PEELED n SLICED IN PRI
: you have robbed, and cheated, and de- said this; and4 into the face now bent
proper rary VC based from the beginning! 'Oh, for a over him, looked up with glances of The finest Goos in the Wod
^ i ^i- P 41 p .,^A .-= ;pistol to rid the earth of the blackest unutterable fondness. i I "i ovai s TSSt" BEn
I i theydo nort thrV ht I the te aine tha st walks its surface. "Oh, Willy!h Willy! my son my TIESA STYLEST EIN TIN C GLASS WC IS
SOn their food Something IS Let me go, gentlemen! I have nothing son!" And again her lips were laid RESULT OF THE GREAY WHICH 19
..l.. eft in the world to. care for,-there is closely to his. INCESSANTLY BEING EXERCISED IN PACKING ONL CHOICEST
wrong. They need a little I no consequence I fear. Let me do so- Mr. Hammobid now interfered, en- ..
zhlp t t t d city one good service before I die!" deavoring to remove his wife, fearing AND BEST GOODS UNDER THE ROYAL SCARLET 8 M
hep to get their digestive And, with one vigorous effort, he for the consequence upon his son. A WORD OF WARNINC I THEREI ARE MANY OIt &i4RANDS OF
machinery working properly. were pinioning him, and sprung again CANNED GOOOS REPRESENTED TO BE "JUST AS"O AS THE
upon the gambler with the fierce energy b ROYAL SCARLET," BUT LIKE ALL COUNTER LACK THN
of a savage beast. By this time Green S R e
Iff Al u had got his knife free from its sheath V IA N M X REMARKABLE QUALITIES OF THE GENUINE.
S and, as Hammond was closing upon WE KEEP A FULL LINE OF THE GENUINE
WU him in his blind rage, plunged it into
COD EiaOFI his side. Quick almost Fas lightning, | o r| I
COD LIVER O L the knifewaswithdrawn and two more Royale Scarlet Brand
NWmIfYpfIOOSP#/TE SrL/fE4SODA disarm the murderer. As we did so,
.Willy Hammond fell over with a deep A GUARANTE INVIGORANT AND SA7E
I al wnil, gee ayiw g 4 wiegroan, the blood flowing from his side. INFAL aBLE CORE FOR D i n
will generally COreCt 1iiS in the terror and excitement that fol- Nervousness,. ach-ache, Despondency, T B bYRLI, yo at so hi ihyU
difficulty. I lowed, Green rushed from the room. Insomnia, Se Impotency, and all i a
*i pu o The doctor, who was instantly sum- diseases resul ing from Early Errors, -----
iy Ou Will ut from one. moned, after carefully examining the Later Excesse, Overwork or Worry, 4 4444
i wound, and the condition of the un- which, if neglected, completely under- : .********** **,**** ** $4*4 6 ** 4 4
foluth h0 alf a teaSpOOnfi l happy man, gave it as his opinion that mine the system, often resulting in in-
ibab. bottahv H t .hree o.r four he was fatally injured, sanity and De*th! if you have any at. T. T nr.V .BlT 0
in y s e the angui sh of the father, whothe above symptoms MEXICAN MIX Say! I Keep Every ng
times a day you Will soon S had quickly heard of the dreadful oc- URE will cure you. it has no equal. a
currency, when this announcement was Develops Youthful Strength and Vigor Usually sold in a first-clas General Merchandioe land
a marked improvement. For| made. I never saw such fearful agony in every part of the body Avoid my stock is all fresh and good-none of your old oporn
S hild from half in any human countenance. The calm- Quack Doctors; Free treatment C. 0. uff, but everything strictly up-todate. In .. .
larger cili rom n to est of all the anxious group wass Willy frauds and other humbugs. Refuse sub-
a teaSOOnful, aCCOrding to himself. On his father's face his eyes statutes. Get; MEXICAN MIXTlURE Dry Coods, Clothing, Boots. i oes,
Slvd in thir milk xed asif by a kind of fascina- and get well. Immediate effects. Per- can't be beat. If you want something stylish d god
g, dissolved in their milk, tion manent results. Phenomenal success. give me a call. Then, if you are after.
if desi will Are you n much pain, my poor Hundreds of Testimonials. Positive
I you so W ill very boy?" sobbed the old man, stooping Guarantee with each .00 order. It ries
show its gat omin d with theidaldoc o t IGaSa nt e uth a Rbuder. Tr Staple and Fancy -e
soon show its mfreat nourish- over him. until his long white hair not a Stimulant, but a Re-builder. Try
Sed with the damp locks of the and be convinced. $1.00 per box, of 6 Hardware, Family Drugs, Notions or anything nees o Ithe
ing ower, r s. -for $5.00, by mail on receipt of price. .. best regulated family, just s8e me, because I sell V o less
"iNh "Not much, father," was the whis- Send 2c for pamphlet o than the other fellow.
milk doesC not noumish the pered reply. "Don't speak of this to S nd 2 fo ph ot
S sh nee the mother, yet. I'm afraid it will kill her." PAN-AERICk DRUG CO., New York.
Sy. SheRet fie What could the father answer! Sold 1. Tallahassee by
sion. It wil show an effd Nothing! And he was silent. W GHT ic BRO.RJ.
"Does she know of it?" A shadow
at Once both upon mother went over his face. In Am also Wholesale Dealer in Florida *
Mr. Hamomnd shook his head. WL o aL. Calv4UR1j I1. Syrup, the best on the market. A
Sy child. Yet, even as he spoke, a wild cry of
stoc.and$t.oalldmggha. destaress was heard below. Some indis- Y Pl
scoTT &BowNE, Chemists, New York. creet person had borne to the ears of 1u1 1 IIJ 3
the mother the fearful news about her
Sson, and she come wildly flying toward Y A
--n o- --- awthe tavern, and was just entering.
glass of liquor, and drank it off, evi- "It is my poor mother," said Willy, 1a SEAROARI
dently with real enjoyment D- ---r -- r Jenner' S i
"Rather dangerous business for one_ .O.. _IN
so young as you are," remarked the Foley's Kidney Cure Kidney Pills ByN
gentleman with whom I had come, as R' C#ure@
Frank stepped out of the bar, and makes kidneys and bladder right DOUBLE DAiY SERVICE
passed near where we were standing. Between New York, Tamp,., Atlanta, New Orleans, and puth ani'.west.
nature frowneand an expression of Foley'S Ho y andTar cause the kidneys to work as Schedule Effective December 90.
face which said almost as plainly as cures colds, prevents pneumonia. nature intended they should. SCUTI1WARD NORT A
words, "It is none of your business." he bl u tn hn ai 2 I.ily T aloYI
"Not there," said Matthew, now com- They build p e shrunken .. o .o7 ." No.:
ing in FOley S Honey and Tar walls of the kmneys, as no LvINeW York. P H It.......-. 1 pin ~ !: 12111af Lv Mempllis N :A t ...- 4n'n Iu pa
Iv i'hiladlelphia, P PR RI ..... :. n 7 am9 i.% Nashville. A ; p ;a
"Are you certain?" for children,safe,sure. Nooplate. known reedy has been found v Itio. Pit R .. 5 45 p 9. 4 am Lv New rleans, L ...
"0Yes, sir." I h. Lv Washington, W S Ry..... 7 pm 11 lo ain iv Motile, '2 in ..........
But there was a certain involuntary K Nl OF M A A IA to do before. lt ,in A Ly .... ii1, 1'm L4MAonomer. -A C*. la" IapmP
hesitation in the bar-keeper's manner, As a cure for urinary troubles v Sh,,. -14: SP"' L_-August c, -o-C ..- 1 allm ..
which led to a suspicion that his a..s- Is king of all CHILL TONICS. As a ur r r -r on, eo uraary troubles r Lv Auguta,. c wA jo -usamn p.
wer was not in accordance with the they have no equal. LvURalteigh. ', 3: am 7a l Apm r Athens, 257 pm 12 p
truth. We walked out together, con- LvouthernPne. P 57am 9 -Tpm ArhGreenwood, '" 450pm 4u
eluded that his word was not to be re- ,I3 IO 25. 5o Cents A 'lmh -41 amf1 am LYChailotte, A 4 Ipm_ .ASm
lied Upn. COT TTTN a ArJ~cksonv'ille, "50pm 5i, am Lv Wilmhrto. '- i.5pm .......
lied upon. li doneT",wasasked.ArTampa .. 59am =544pm LvHalet. I pat n 7
'What is to be done?" was asked. Lsothern Pines, 1 ,m aS i'
"Go to Green's room," I replied, "and ,7 ^ No. 31 No. 41 ,v Raleigh, : 1 :35 am II ( 05am
knock at the door. If he is there, he h u st LvNewYork,NY-PA N..... Manm 8.i.m LvHen person, am 1235 pm
may answer, not suspecting youi* e: r'ALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA LvPhiladelphia, **" I 6am i2pmI LvWeldon, 56am 40pm
rand." Lv New York, ODS, Co. t3-tpm -. Ar Portsmonth. 7 s. am ni2 pm
went wi thd him a pointed t N. Lv Wanr, t o ...... ....i. ... i Arka! wah ngtmoe._N6...........
"Show me the room." 1 V waO hinon N A- w s K.. ". 6. o plnior .......
I went with him and pointed out N<. B Ev -ortsmouth, S A L R.. 8.50pm -9 5am Ar New York._0DSiSf........ t5-u
11. He knocked lightly, but there came L YOWorela on, 15 s am I m r Philadea hiaNY R* 5 Illam
no sound from within. He repeated the Lv Norlina, ", 12 ,. a I 12 New Yorka, m StJ. pm 5 e am
knock; all was silent. Again and again With u arsn mnnr w LvW c Hendeirn, 5 aom 2:.5 pm o 34 No8 a
he knocked, but there came back only a-w- -l ee ba af e.its Lv. Southern Pines,,' ou am 6 iS pm ._
aollowr nation Lyn Hamnlet. 16:35am 10.35 pm LvTampa, SALty ,tm* pm un upm
hollow reverberation. .- 7r Jacksonville .. Aioinam 7 40 in
"There's no one there," said he, re- On th, cnte system, ad wha e ington, .... L Jacksonvlle, 0 IE.0 am 74 npm
turning to where I stood, and we walk- -...- '.. their .se is praised in, te-nd r to vv hesnern --, | olumbi ba, 1705 pst 410 am
ed downstairs together. On the land- jFPt dto Lv,'hreen'wood, "11".Sa 3 4am Lv nthern Pines, "' 1:04pm 817am
ing, as we reached the lower passage, h kicompely eck the stoLch vtaens. "; 5 am:vnte a al :iin oam
we met Mrs. Slade. I had not, during Vhiske t^Locktails a bows. Ar : e "............. m. m II Lv'trn. __am ?a
my visit at Cedarville, stood face to _VAr M_-n. _Co i-rit_ .... 7 _-u lr am Lv etcribr--5 .- am_ a pm
face with her before. Oh! what a Even try our famous brand? Has *.USE. A ArMontgomery', A W r,.. 9s'p.It 6.1 pm ArRichnmond,' ". ;am ;sam : p n
wreck shepresented, withher pale, me it raof alw h Ar Mobile. L N........ l ........Ar Wah ngton.W Sy ..o Ii. m
shrunken countenance, hollow, lustre- tasted and tested it. Made by experts Ar Neahvilens, N.... : oam 6'. 5 p... ArPhladelphia, PmR .. 1I in pm 1S am
less eyes, and bent, feeble body. I al- EdgaCath.r tc -- : .... -..r --
d ArMe'nnui .................. i|,n! ta'ANewYork, PRR.. 413 ,m: 6ueam

most shuddered as I looked at her. Note--. ily exrpt sunday. .
What'a haunting and sternly rebuking C ecilons central time. iialstern time. -
spectre she must have moved, daily, be- PuritaD Rye W hiSkey ei A st- e 2 W T.eNEWin time.
fore the eyes of her husband. Tle only IarmlftSS, vegetaM LvT:allahassee.................. 43p 4 W0a Lv Jacksonville...... .. ... 9 'a 451p
"Have you noticed Mr. Green about and the best flavorings. i i M Vr Vitar ArChair.................. ... 2(it 4-a Ar Lake City............... 1
this morning? I asked. Has the right amount of each. Ar Llrton ................... 2 5p 4~ 5a ArMavdison ......... ...... 12 i5p 8li p
"He hasn't come down from hs room Ar Monticello.............. 3 15 .....Ar Monticello ..... 3 15p 95p
yet," she replied. A to thAr A ueila.. ...... ........ :5 p ArTalahasse...... .. ... .... 41 p .ll(.p
"Are rtainsaimyco ____ s peSant to the taste aS Ar(;reenille................. -3 2p 53a--ArQuiticy.......... ........... 417p.
"Are you certain?" said my comnpan-u ArMadin...................... p Artiru .. j p .
ion. "I knocked several times at the candy, as positive as the a ArEllavill................ ..... 452p i5 19a Ariver Junctionla......... .... ]0 ...
and pt&itive Ar Ellaville ................... 4 21 p 6 17 a Ar Pensacola ...... .... 10 ;... .
door just now, but received no answer. ali No *ripsAr Live "What do you want with him?" ask- at ;Nogrpe.Of ArWelbon. ................... 05 p1 7 2Wa ArNew Orleans..........A.
ArruakeaCityl.....................5,,p 742a
ed Mrs. Slade, fixing her eyes upon us. I uew50cents I wl ArOlustee ..................... r
"We are in search of Willy Ham- Ar.anderon .................... 6 11 p 8 a
mond, and it has been suggestedthatTAr McClenny....................6 ;i p 40a
mond, and it has been suggested COLLIN Si....................6 4p
he was with Green." jk! Ar Jacksonville.................. 7 'l to1 a 0 a
"Knock twice lightly, and then three .. Drug ist, _-Train No. t&. the Florida and Metropolitan Limited, Pullman BuflfetS between Tampa.
*times more firmly," said Mrs. Slade, 3 Jacksonville and New York. via RKihmond and Waihingtn. Day c between Jaclso-
and as she spoke, she glided past us TALLAhIASSEE, FLORIDA. vile and Washington. Train 31 alo carries Pullman Bullet Sleeping ,.tAween Jersey City,
with noiseless tread. tJacksonville and Tampa
ith noiseless tread. No. 06. Florida and Atlantic Fast Mail. Day coaches, mall, baggage erss cars between
"Shall we go up together?" A O Jacksonville and Washington, and Pullman sleicpers between Jacksonvftle ew York.
n jwe go lp to h I No. 38 connects at Savannah with a new tram over Seaboard. to yi, ~ tgomery. Ala.,
Sdid noright object; for, although I had .00 a. m. Pullman Drawing Ruffet Sleepers Savannah to Montgomer medIate connec-
no delegated right of intrusion, my feel- tons at Savannah with Central of GeorgiL for Macon, Augusta, Atlant ilitas, Birmingham
ings were so much excited in the case and points eyon'ct at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wantermediate points
that I went forward, scarcely reflecting r and at Archer with ariy Ixrh Branch.o ",
on the propriety of so doing. It"*.* .Steamers for Key West and Havanna-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, IT'.I% 'aud Thursdays
The signal knock found instant ans- "*' l o nd. lpe tweenNewOrleans .and Jacksoville.
wer. The door was softly opened,, and Full information at City Ticket Oflice, Phone 54. R. P. Hopkins, A tget
the unshaven face of Simon Slade pre- JAs. i Rit, H. L. BUNCH, A. ONELL,
s Ist V.-P. &_G. M., Gen. Pas. Agent, Pass. AgA.,
"Mr. Jacobs!" he said, with surprise orouth .
in his tones. "Do you wish to see me?" '.; .. 1
"No, sir; I wish to see Mr. Green," Carrabelle Tallaassee & G ia RR
the door, he pushed it wide open. The Distinctive Marks Dyspepia is unrecognized in PASSENGER SCHEDULESEFFECTIVE SEP ,
same party was there that I had seen half thel cases. It deceives the
on the night before-Green, young Is possessed by our unknowing sufferer. Its many x Kead Down. .
Hammond, Judge Lyman and Slade. variations work along the weakest
On the table at which the three former work liur lines of ithe system. To battle
were sitting, were cards, slips of paper, against only one of them is vain. TATIONS
an ink-stand and pens, and a pile of da n n Ir n E Our booklet explainsite ymp- '
fn ntolo PnhiterOur booklet expains its ymp- .



TEE mLY AT~r#As~u~-: FRUAYVA ROTl 7.19M2.



1 You D='t PRd It Here Look

A large shipment of tobacco from
Vubp has ben received by the El Pro-
Vedo cigar factory.

,a grippe coughs yield quickly to the
nderfutl curative qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. There is nothing ese
"Jutas good." Sold by Wight & Bro..
Mr. and Mrs. S..J Hill and two chil-
dreM, of Cordele, arrived in the city
lat week, and will make Talla
their home. They will occupy the Dyk
residence, on Monroe street. At pre
ent they are stopping with Mr. R. H.
Mac'kler. Mr. Hill is a prominent
Wholesale merchant of Cordele, and
P oprietor of the big sawmill down at
SP) ing HilL
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthens the lungs and
afords perfect security from an attack
of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Wight & Bro.
Mrs. Isler, mother of Mr. N. M.
Isler, of Centerville, died Monday af-
ternoon, at the home of her son, Mr.
B. F. Isler, near Bradfordville, age'
oout 80 years,. Deceased was a highly
respected lady and a consistent mem-
ber of the Methodist church. She had
been unable to be about for several
years, and her death was not unex-
pected. Remains were interred in th'-
Bradfordville cemetery Tuesday after-

This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BrTablets
the remedy that ees a ei im dam

The other day in Jacksonville, Ar. D.
S. Shine, formerly of Tallahassee. went
out hunting with his youngest son,
Cecil, aged thirteen years. During they
day they stopped to rest, when the boy!
placed the muzzle of the gun on his
foot. The weapon was discharged, and
the entire load of No. 8- shot went.
through the foot, larcerating it so badly:
that .amputation of the middle toe wasw
+ + 4
A cold at this time, if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia, which In of-
ten fatal, and even when the patient
has recovered the lungs are weakened,
making them peculiarly susceptible to
the development of consumption. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar will stop the
cough, heal and strengthen the lungs
and prevent pnuemonla. Sold by Wight
d. Bro.

The Best Prescripties for Mala
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Gaovgsa Tas-
M-s CHILL Toic. It is simple tiron and quinine
In a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. Prile c.

Timid Ap;lause.
During the earlier days of the reign
of Queen Victoria dramatle perform-
ances were given at Windsor castle un-
der the management of Charles Kean.
The audiences being limited and stifT-
ly aristocratic, the applause was natu-
rally not especially hearty, and the
comedians felt the absence of the more
demonstrative approval manifested in
the regular theater.
One evening the queen sent an equer-
ry to Mr. Kean to know if the actors
would like anything (meaning refresh-
ments), when the actor replied, "Say to
her majesty that we should be grateful
for a little applause when the specta-
torrare pleased."
Back went the equerry and conveyed
the message. At the end of the act
there was a slight suggestion of hand-
clapping and exceedingly gentle foot
tapping. James Wallack, who knew
nothing of the message sent to the
queen, hearing the mild demonstration,
pricked up his ears and inquired,
"What is that?"
Mr. Kean replied, "That, my dear
Wallack, is applause."
"God bless me!" retorted Wallack. "I
thought it was some one shelling peas."

The Promenade stepped.
It is related of Captain Deering that
once when he was in command of a
steamer running from Portland to St.
John, he was unable to sleep on ac-
count of the ceaseless tramp, tramp of
some star gazing passenger on tt b hur-
ricane deck overhead. After turning
and twisting In his berth for hlf an'
hour, and the tramping still continuing.
Captain Deering. enraged at the less of
his sleep, rushed out in his nightthirt
and climbed the ladder to the hurricane
I The promenading pk..ger was
frightened half out o his wits y the
specter in white elimbing up the lad.
der, but was somewhat reassured when
the specter bawled out:
"Say, you; where are you going?
"To St. John," replied the romemad-&



Ovmwel1 Tat AU Young Men Eater-
*Sag igmBness Should lIeed.
"My sof," said the foud but wise
parent, "you are leaving me to go out
Into the world. 1 have iiohing to give
you but advice. Never tell a lie. If you
wish to put one in circulation, get it
published. A lie cannot live, but It
takes one a blamed long time to fade
out of prinL
.' "Always read your contract. A man
might consider he was getting a sine-
cure if he were offered a position pick-
Ing blossoms off a century plant; but,
you see, he wouldn't have a remunera-
tive occupation if he were paid on
"Be not overcriticaL Even the most
ordinary sort of a genius can tell when
the other fellow is making a fool of
"Remember that the young man. like
the angler's worm, is rather better for
being visibly alive.
"Be careful in the choice of your sur-
roundings. Environment will do a great
deal for a man. For example, flour and
water in a china jug Is cream sauce; in
a pall on the sidewalk it Is billsticker's
"Don't forget that there's a time for
everything and that everything should
be done in its proper time. Never hunt
for bargains In umbrellas on a rainy
"You may make enemies. If you
know who they are, don't mention
them. Silence is golden. It saves the
money that might otherwise be spent
In defending a libel suit. If you don't
know who they are-well, abuse lav-
Ished on a concealed enemy is like char-
ity Indiscriminately bestowed. It's a
good thing wasted."-New York Com-
mercial Advertiser.

Japanese Peasants Who Are Kept
Track of by Labels.
When the Japanese peasants get
themselves up for a pilgrimage to a
city for the purpose of laying in a stock
of finery, they present the quaintest ap-
pearance imaginable. The women gen-
erally tuck up their petticoats well
above their knees, either leaving the
legs bare or else swathing them in
white bandages which form a kind of
leggings. Their hair is done in the usu-
al elaborate Japanese style, and gener-
ally an artificial flower is stuck in at
the top. It does look comic to see the
wizened face of an old woman with a
large red nose hobnobbing over it. And
this floral decoration is not confined to
the women. When you meet a party of
pilgrims, you often see the old men also
with a flower stuck coquettishly above
the ear.
At Nagano it appears that many of
the poor old dears from the country get
so bewildered by the magnificence of
the places they go to and the distrac-
tions of shopping that they quite lose
their heads and consequently their
way. So the ever thoughtful Japanese
police have insisted that every party of
pilgrims Is to have a distinguishing
badge. At Nagano it was the common-
et thing possible to see some ancient
dame rushing about walling: "Where is
my party? Where is -the purple iris
party?" or "Where is the yellow towel
round the neck party?" And then she
would be told that "yellow towel round
the neck party" was on its way to the
station or that the "purple Irises" were
stllH saying their prayers in the temple.
-Kansas City Star.

Even Ruts Have Their Usseo.
Life's monotonies are a blessing, and
not iu disguise, for they contribute di-
rectly to longevity, health and happi-
ness. The long lived man is not the
adventurer, the explorer, the plunger,
the man who has worries, but he who
takes the world as he finds It and slips
along through life with as little friction
as possible, forms easy going habits.
sticks to them and cares not one straw
for the opinions of men who say that
he is in a rut. He is healthy because
he has peace of mind and regularity of
life; he is happy because he is healthy
and In a good. smooth, comfortable rut.
which be prefers to the macadam on
the sides of the road. Goldsmith's pas-
tor. who had spiritual charge of the de-
serted village, who ne'er had changed
nor wished to change his place, Is an
excellent example of the man who
makes the most possible out of the mo-
notonies of life.-St. Louis Globe-Dem-
Peasant Costumes In Ireland.
A certain number of peasants in the

wilder and remoter districts of Ireland
still wear something like a national
costume. About Lough Mask plenty of
the lasses are to be seen in picturesque
red petticoats that artists loved to
bring into their sketches of Irish life.
A sprinkling of the old high hats may
be seen. The older fishermen wear
them. but the younger school shun such
antiquated headgear, as the English
peasant of today does the smock frock.
-London Express.

The ocean Is a huge spring, contain-
Ing not only salt. but many other min-
ralm aIn solution. The Dead sea s
charged with such elements almost to
matraton. Only distilled water is pure.
By distillation aea water Itself is ren-
dered drinkable, though not pleasant.


Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents.......................... 22833
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz.
Specie ...... ........... .$10,824.85
Legal tender notes... .... 15.007.00 25,831.85
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas-
urer (5 per cent. of circulation) .. 2,00.00

Capital stock paid in........... ......
- surplus fund .... ...............
Undivided profits, leas expenses and
taxespaid ... .. .. ... ............
National Bank notes outstanding.....
Due to other National Bankr.........
Due to State Banks and Bankers.....
Due to Trust Companies and Savings
Banks............ ... ............
Individual deposits subject to check
Time certificates of deposit... .......
Certified checks ........................
Cashier's checks outstanding.......




Total................................ $448,40.77
County of Leon. f
I, W. C. Lewis, Cathier of the above-
named bank. do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best f my
knowledge and belief.
W, C. LawIs, Cashier,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
day of March, 190. B
__ "B. C. WHIrrTULD,
CoaP Ste: Notary Public.
-._ ._ Go. LawIa,
B. IL LgwIs,
G. KI. Luwis
-"- m Directors.

Statret Of the ditiol Of nM
At the close of business March 8d, 19J .
Cash........ ........... ................ S2,000.0
Due from rational Banks............ 544S
Loans................................. 4 li
Stocks and securities. etc............8O a",8oS

In the Circuit Court Sebomd Judjal Or-
eat aador LeAM county, tatea o
ac pler 8sn3w Coi -t, vs. W. J
H. len, Earl Aido Erma .Brvas,
Clah* Allen, Cly Ae Can AUle
Gladys Alien, John Hoo J. WUill Hood,
Hayes Hood, Roxey Hood, n m- H. Har-
ris, Nettie Hood, mlUe Ho Maggie
Hood, Jas. A. Hood JohnF.
McMeens, Fannie B. Dodson, Horace
Straw, Madgle Straw, Mn s.ichard Me-
Meens, Jas. F. Man 'um Lucy Jackson,
Ruth Sogglns, Polke Moultree, J. W.
Jackson, Halbert Jadson, and Noke Bar-
nett, Defendants.
The complainant, C. Perry Snell, having
made his affidavit and filed it herein on
March 7, 1902, in which he states his belief
that, and it having been made to appear by
said affidavit duly filed withthecomapanant,
that. all of the defendants above named are
residents of a State other than the State of
Florida, and are residents of the United
States, and that the residence of said de-
fendants is as follows, to-wit: W. J. Green,
adult, and Ethel and Mabel Green, minors ;
Thomas H. and Earl Allen, adults, and
Erma A. Evans, Claire, Clyde, vain., and
Gladys Allen, minors, is Columbia, Maury
county, Tennessee; and John, J.. W1l,
Hayes, and Roxey Hood, and Emma H. Har-
ris, all adults, and Nettle. Lillie, Maggie,
Pearl, and James A. Hood, all minors, is
Timmons, Maury county, Tennessee, and
John F. McMeens, fannie E. Dodson, Horace
Straw, and Mrs. Richard McMeens, adults,
and Madgie Straw, minor, is Springfield,
Green county, Missouri, and Jas. F. Man-
grum. Lucy Jackson, Ruth Scoggins, Polkle
Moultree and Noae Barnett, adults, is Union
City. Oblon county, Tennessee, and J. W.
Jackson, adult, and Halbert Jackson, minor,
is Graham, Young county, Texas; and that
there is no person in the State of Florida the
service of a subpoena upon whom would
bind any of said defendants; and further
that it is his belief that the age of eaclf-of
said defendants, being over or under twenty-
one years, is as Just stated. It Is, there-
fore, ordered that said defendants, W. J.
Green, Ethel Green, Mabel Green. Thos. II.
Allen, Earl Allen, Erma A. Evans. Claire
Allen. Clyde Allen, Cam Allen. Gladvs Al-
len. John Hood, J. Will Hood. Hayes Hood,
Roxey Hood, Emma H. Harris. Nettle Hood.
Lillie Hood. Maggie Hllood. Pearl Hood, Jas.
A. Hood, John F. McMeens. Fannie E. Dod-
son. Horace Straw, Madgie Straw, Mrs.
Richard McMeens, Jas. F. Mangrum, Lucy
Jackson, Ruth Scoggins, Polkle Moultree. J.
W. Jackson. Ialbert Jackson and Noke Bar-
nett, do each appear, and each one of them
is hereby required to appear to the Bill of
Complaint filed herein, at the office of clerk
of said Court, in Court House, in Tallahas-
see, Fla.. on Monday, the 7th day of April.
A. D. 1902 ; and that this order be published
once a week for four consecutive weeks in
Weekly Tallahasseean, a newspaper nub-
lished in Tallahassee. Florida.
Witness Council A. Bryan. Clerk
(Seal) of said Court, and seal of said
Court, this March 7in. A. D. 1902.
Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Florida.
State of Florida, County of Leon:
I. Council A. Bryan, clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for the county aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the above and foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the original
order of publication in the above stated
cause, as appears of record and on file in my
Witness my hand and official
(Seal) seal this 7th day of March, A. D.
Clerk Circuit Court Leon County. Florida.
In the Circuit Court of Leon County. Second
Judicial Circuit ot Florida-In Chancery.
Sug. hiavis vs. Jesse Davis-Divorce.
It having been made to appear by the
affidavit of R. C. Long, attorney for plaintiff
in this cause, that Jesse Davis, the defend-
ant, resides at some unknown locality out-
side the State of laorida, is twenty-one
years of age, and that there is no one in the
State of Florida the service of a subpoena
on whom would bind said defendant. It is,
therefore, ordered that the defendant, Jemse
Davis, be and he is hereby required to ap-
pear to the bill of complaint herein at 'ie
office of the Clerk of said court in tue city f
Tallahassee on the 7th day of April, A. )D.
1902, and that this order be published once
a week for four consecutive week in The
Tallahasseean. a newspaper published in
said county of Leon.
Witness Council A. Bryan, Clerk of the:
said Court, and the seal thereof this 5th day
of February, A. D. 1902. ,.
(Seal) ,;lerk.
State of Florida, County of Leon : ,
I, Council A. Bryn, clerk of tfj Circuit
Court in knd for the county aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the above and foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the original
order of publication in the above stated
cause, as appears of record and on file in my
Witness my hand and official seal this 5th
day of March, A. D. 1902.
Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Florida.

At Tallahassee, in the State of Florida, at the
close.of business, Feb. 25th, 1902.
Loans and discounts ............. $202799.42
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 4,741.24
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation... 50,OO.00
Stocks, securities, etc........... 13,7UXL(XJO
Banking-house, furniture, and fix-
tures.. .............. ........... 5,268.00
Due from National Banks (not Re-
serve agents).................... 246126
Due from State Banks and Bankers.. 16,327.04
Due from approved reserve agents.. n117,579.83
Checks and other cash items ........ .4,677.
Notes of other National Banks....... 2, 60.01

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Heaters, Ranges, and all kinds
of Cooking Utensils. Get a Wil. .-
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table, and the danger from sick-
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The best thing on earth is an
Oyster Supper at Gregory's Res-
taurant. If you want the best of
oysters raw, stewed, fried, or on
the half shell, let us serve you.
We offer the selected from the
most desirable fields. We watch
the Iysters and watch our stock.
The oysters are always fresh and 3 .

The City ResttauLra',

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We are strictly "in it,"
And what we want is t6 have you join thelprocession and (derive your share
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All creditors, legatees, distributes. and
all persons having any claim or demand
against the estate of Green A. Chaires. de-
ceased, late of Ieon county, Florida. are
called upon to present them duly authenti-
cated to the undersigned executors of his
last will and testament within two years
from March 7th. 1902. the date of the first
publication of this notice: otherwise talis
notice will be pleaded in b-ir of the same.
Chaires, Leon county, Florida, March 7,
1902. 8t
SALE-Two and one-half years old. silver
gray color. Can be registered. Address
W. E. BRADLEY. Miccosuki, Fla. M7-1m
bay mare, blazed face, about two and one-
half years old. Liberal reward will be paid
for information leading to her recovery by

SEVERAL of the most prominent residences in
the city-on Calhoun and Clinton streets-
unsurpassed for business convemqpce or social
surroundings, such as are not on tpe market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. McGailv.
FOR RENT-- A new and convenient cottage on
J Call street. Apply to Miss Jess e C. Megin-
nlas. 48 4t
WANTED-Bright men and %.,',ii t*,
represent us in each county and town in this
State. Good pay and steady employment
to right parties. Sopthlrn Publishing Co.,
Room 215. West Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Mch. 1-4t
WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen; ex-
perience not absolutely necessary; $60 and ex-
Penicks. V

The Hunting Season

Is here, and hunters can find
a full line of Guns, Revolvers,
Knives, Cartridges and Sport-
ing Goods at qpr store.

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