The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00033
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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VOL. 1,




NO. 832.

Good Government; Honesty In Public Of"i Equal Justice to All-Special Privleges to None.

H C. A. Hains of Las oty, was
ater to he capital last tmray.
CoL W. W. rFmrae of DeFunaakl
wesnthecity thi week an legal bual.
Kiam Mr Bueiwea bas gone to accepi
a finte position In the C .arrabelle hi
Mr. Lime in business oi
Maieon, ft ` TN. friend.
the Mat of e week o e
Mr. Wa. C. Hodges has returned
from a summer jauntm by automobile.
among the Canadian u.
Mr. A. G. Reynolds, fieldmanager of
the Wreoght Iron Range Co., has cone
to Live Oak on business.
Hon. F. W. Marh, clerk of the U.S.
Court at Pensacola, is in town, kept out
of Pensaeola by the fever.
Hon. N. A. Blitch, State srervisor
of eooviets, was in the eity s week,
looking "fat and sassy."
Mrs. H. Clay Crawford has returned
from a delightful summer visit to friends
and relatives in Portsmouth, Va.
Superintendent Holloway left the cap-
ital on Tuesday for an extended visita-
ton to the Soth Florida schools.
Extensive additions are being made
to the handsome home of Mr. John E.
Johnston, on North Adams street.
Miss Miriam Choat arrived on the
G. F. and train Tuesday evening
from an extended visit in Georgia.
Junius Chaires, one of the colored
hackmen. had the misfortune to lose one
of his horses bat Saturday night.
Mrs. W. A. Maxwell and son, Ellis,
daughter and grandson of Sergeant El-
lis, are making a visit to their old home.
Mr. Edward Gray, one of Leon's old-
est and best citizens, was in the city
Tuesday and made us a pleasant visit.
The work of repairing the First Bap-
"tist church is now completed, and ser-
vices will be conducted there again Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Roecoe Snipes have re-
turned to the city, and will "inhabit"
the Butler cottage, on North Adams
Master George Betton Ames and sev-
eral other Tallahassee boys left last
Saturday for Lake City, to enter the
Hon. Fred. T. Myers, wife and son.
e Tuday, ater saesa- weeks'
visti in Chicago and other
points of intret.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Wilson Mrs.
Eugene Perkins and Mrs. Geo. B. Per-
kins were among the returning Talla-
hassesans last week.
Miss Fannie Shutan, Gen. Foster's
very competent and charming stenog-
rapher, will attend the First Regiment
encampment, at Lake City.
Hon. W. B. Shepard, U. S. District At-
terney, of Pensacola, with his interest-
ing family, is stopping at Mrs. Bond's,
waiting for the fever to abate.
Mr. S. E. Teague, of Apalachicola.
was in the city Wednesday, made us a
very pleasant visit and had his name
enrolled on our subscription books.
Our city fathers were in regular ses-
sion Tuesday and transacted the regu-
Isr routine business of the month, and
ordered printed a descriptive pamphlet
of Leon county.
Contractor Parker is at work remod-
eling the Presbyterian church, placing
the beautiful new Gothic windows and
otherwise repairing and improving the
ancient structure.
The Leon Hotel has been leased by
Mrs. Lamb to Messrs. E. F. Dukes and
J. D. Hutcbinson. The True Democrat
wishes the new proprietors a long and
profitable business career.
Communications on the subject of the
assignment of teachers for Leon High
School have been received, but, as the
names of the writers have not been fur-
nished, we cannot use them.
Mr. Georze E. Lewis, assistant cash-
ier of the First National Bank. leaves
this week, to attend the National Bank-
ers' ConventioSi at Washington. He will
be accompanid by Misses Mary and Ev-
{ elyn Lewis.
Levy Brothers have leased a most
eligible lot near the Seaboard depot and
will erect thereon a capacious and
strictly up-to-date warehouse for the
further accommodation of their con-
tantly increasing business.
Stephen Maynor has opened up a nice
rstaurant, in a new and clean building,
nest Levy Bros., on Market street,
where he will keep the best oysters on
hbad during the season and be pleased
to serve his old customers.
Hon. W. M. Girardeau. of Monticello,
was in the city Monday attending to le-
al business. He has represented Jef-
fernon County during the last two se-
sion of the Legilature, and is one of
that county's mot sc essful business
*- men.

Mr. Ed. Gramlin, from the Centre.
vWe ne boyhood aped up our
street Turaday. irs fit ap-o
is and has been, was miat
a smie. There's so thing the
hfIefor d, ad,o e ourae, he feels
peesl. Jwne the smIle.

Kin marionS.. a- isa..t -- aga--. int t t* o pm ns m or eme.
Stran!SS thg hw eHav the n s of Pa mtCounty

Ts oeoe w men will wel dr of and count and who trth w known who was

i of hre arrival of Mr. J.eA. Suder and have tiebsatoseo atf in startai that tber.-Dede Co.l
wfe, to takoe charge of the Western toimdthe ble; but in- 8tar.
Unymo Teeap Comao's oteho helme.r S o rie have 7W
Mr. bden bn im employ ctilth e wh It i to that a arby tou,
a e, s elsewo n t used ia c gasa awhotane hers toan a tat I e a ot
chpleaat. S and aable genr things have hap w orempom nes man of t town wa in the habit
Tallahast wseek, business menho will wel- t fcont and on our s of thi w aw typewriter, and i

grtions this county, lightning pefor.ed sathoriti nothing, and who, he t quit It hto f ame wouldrs -amu-
soAe pecllar pranks. It struck a small auon ea coud only obtain li.ed. Before t" p appeared the
but vauabthe vahouse a f or. J. A. estorin d eat- third M !*tes. foowlctarw k ea g.-
Sto, aattoaed tcha roof anthe Western to hebutldi tA have it t.he ladies mena i up thr ptoa
on side, alt fgre to it, and consume it, thus trned out to be havery et o oSlma of

Mrbut de not injure any one of seven ne worthe race plabecoming the ais to ld that in a nearby town
Among t manor sexeallent teachers at Au- distant requested to come tly .perpubli
beg to and red in Tallaha to n know why these s
Pleasant ae been affected by the e vwaeo We wi them all mm enting upon wasInthe recent awardbit
Lnst weaks, o the schoe l bocoard, noea ne t ble1 on contract for State pewrinting to theerandif

ChiLd w en k. the p roeenatyo. *. t e'O. Painter Co., of De d, the Jk
'artion wk th leon country. Her woyear h o he_ tPho iti Metrpupolb- say:

of earnest adem rin this work, per- *er4,with a eaf and many with This insures decent work, and it will
fomed dliar ranks. vanItae, wismall mu m could on tachin su probably triking ontrast tobusiness
long be remehere by those whose eefully o whome we know; who of the other rotten work turned out for
little ona received its benefits- and with hold a heryr ooewrt( sincere regret that ftr it al she ha families, thus to help support the which the veryople ave had to pay dearly
been forced a to seek other flelda of labor, governmea thm wry chooles; for. That thetate of Flord ha been
Sthe many excellent teachers e eenu peayingsted taxes forced .to R ept ome of the prin g
Chec el for a,.y and nre fully don for the taahastol knowing whyt nothn than
Swho hae been affected by the re we eat interests o our them all disgraceful, andt woupon thrive recent award
S och of the school bo noet cy alon to outsiders that te wprintingk wato t
Firanks higher Churh, specialty the astor. ow diu ot r school authorities corn- turned out by a bC kwooda Job
Biblarten work 10 a. m. unor tist mit se mrort Did theynot now whose proprietor was arel
Uniof earne at p.m. Senis wor B. Y. P. U., that such tion wa not mthe wiah of and incompetent Thi sort oft will
formed p.m. n e ., .. our axnpye 'd other citizens, who has been severely erikingeed co t to so
n the evening the Junior union willhos are also km W of these Leon county the State, and thetk tuned out fbeor
singer the utiful ter m entit a ll she teachers whaave lp support the wared t hemelve e at Mr. Painter wihad w up ay
been frowno Year. At the eoneu- by many yeaa of ty aand many schoon- for. Thllent work. Haed the t. Augustine
on of thi program diplomas and seas dred dollar of expense in attending Record, the Florida Inde o the printing
willbe delveredfor the pat years summer out of the State fuyin Democratsueeded is noseuringtheonth
or. Evachingry one Su invited to enjoy order that may eep themselves tract they would outsubtiders tle havt the twork washed
Fthee services withurch. p to date in 6 r methods of teaching out excellent work alckwoods Job oe
W. Bible m, pastor.-m. norhool t No t an error? Did be found a more whose, proprietorwas publtio howare
9.Union a. m. Serm at m.; Senior B.Y.P.U., that such action worasy t of teawihers and are up to dat typographic sorcally.
4. p. m0 p. m. ou Junior r taowpan lsadren thwe itizens,ave rights been severely ri
wI the evening the Junior Uenion will are also k ane of these Leon county f the State, and thetise Tallahbe-
vtd. the beaiitift pr Wodram entitled teache ars pra es m our own ee red nto ne aril show upEx-

7.80 p. . oty; oe we ar- ^r guppordtng by the lvesof thataM Pa^ iintetr
St. John ed Year. At the concl. by many yea of sd and many hun- confluence ha crHadt nto any ougustine
Dr Wof this program diploma and e ms ded d rs of expense in attendi- Rcoe of the Florida Index or the True
will be delivered for the past ye *s summers is r t and our duty to rat seeded secu..-
work. Every one ni to enjoy orde th our own y people; and even The Banner should not haveven thurned

pm. V s -W .. had been a smsallditference in impression that this paper is or has been
thee servieswindaysth4 p. us. up to datint ouheir etods ofwn teacher, we accusing thexellent work also because they
Trinity M. raChurchr our own J.aned discipline? have a reputation for igW es
Moreover it is whis red that $60
--- -^ ^ e was taken /rom our publc school treas- the Jenin government, a have not
Monday last being legal sale day, in distant States pr th be f o help bag period have so many rookd trashow
Sheriff Hopkins offered for sale, under them pet their t savelin of expenses to nations beeupn n as duringahica tyme
executions controlled by CL R W. t pinglace th giv all this, and If the conclus of the Tallahassee
Williams as attorney for creditors of county choo funds law l? nd i it wa governor. Wedo not be
I. B. Hilaon, the same property-en- is lawful, is it right on other lines? lieve that all of his governmental asco-
gines and preshea-whichha-alreadey, ZARNOVA ciates participated in it, or even knew
on August 7, been sold under the same o D uo ..ewa of itt But we "mocrat that the "grafthas
executions, and purchased for $260 by The R- J. & B" F. Camp Lumber "" ... -." d ended with the(c se-f t e..
John. PrCor mins. ngWy at ompny h ave closes a deal ith our own entered nto nea cloe rtme Jen-
Sheriff Hopkins had been notified by the Saxon-Barnes Land and Naval nings administration- save in the case
Attorney Wi county; ones we a ppoiams that the makrting rty thodd of the State printer "and asociates."e
a second sale,after having once sold wethousf oanur across of teirfnetimbInfluenerlans crept Into many of
also been instructed by hm to make mill at Carrabelle. Ths deal was put
additional levies to satisfy balances due trough by the enerpring real estate hers neer shouldave not havestancy in
on the executions, but had disregarded agent, Mr. J. J. Whispell of this city, continuing t hat this paperlainas Cough
such instructions S the consideration running up into big Remedy to tneir little oneS as it con.
Mr. Collind wa also present at the mgures. Thio is a portion of the largest tams atolutely nothing injurious. Thas
sale of the property which he had law purchase y the axon-arne schan and remedy- the Jenning y ernmenty safe to ve
fully purchased at a previous sale (and ~avala Stores..cmhpany or aouttwo to small chiladn, but I mmed e of
Which the Shriff failed to deliver toayas o wch ofthey save trAeen old- greats done worth int yet. Not since thecaworlpt-

him), and ptested against the re-sale, inor the great adva present to help wide repu station for many curoof ked trans
Sheriff Hopkine facts offered for sale, indethem pay thare now iaveling expe aane of actionls been knownup as during thlwayse timre-

Stran ely enough Mr. W Rawls their land on the markets. liedof upon. or ale y all ruggists. our
who illiams endeavorneyd to recent the firs of count y nd if it Jennings was governor. Wedo not be-
.sale by claim that the property ben- The fever situation at Pensacola has A number of young ladies, among
longed to the Capital City Bank under vastl improved since the doubters and whom were Misses thna Baird, Peaft"
a morexecutiage or othendr claim appeared knoby Thers and other obstreperous and Whettone, Gertrude Westua, Clara
a bidder at this second ale and,as no pestiferous elements of it a population and Eva Dean, left forf Talahe Jen
other iff n sent car to "buy aHopkins have been silenced by the ravit of the Tuesday, wadminere they wll enter the
lattowsurney Wi, e lliame the alleged pur- the making of Stores any fore o pubic opin Woman's College. The people "and associates.-
chaser, having bid a1 (!) for the same ion. All Florida stand acres of theiramaned and ad. ville have a great deau of confidence in
prothe samperty which Mr Collins, at the first mirty cou at the spectacle of the faithful these young ladies and feel that they
sale, in good faith, had purchased byha for and voted serve of Heialth Officer will not e disapponted in them.
additional levies to satisfy balances Porter and hithe enterprisi and lieuten Motherainesvlle Sun.s need have no hesitancy
The enxecutire transaction, or series of ant, against the shameful odds of o ntinuing to give Chamberlain's gh
transatructions, presents one of the mot consideration nd appaunningrently malicious o big Remedy to ter little ones, as it .
lawless and high-handed examples ofhad law- ruction whe by th ave onfrntes Land them By applying an antiseptic dressing
fully purchmiseaance everexperiencen and it is with a sene of relieabout twn to wounds, bruise, burns and like in-of
him), vicint and will, ofagain ours be care-saleI thankfulness that evidences are now juries before inflammation fors in, they
Sin t court; an te blame for manifested of a return to reason the balanthe may be held before maturation and incan always be re
bad advice to the oMre W. A. Rawlsr and obtinalandste part of the obtructionis. liedabout one-thi. For the time required by the
followho of the same on hipart will -- old treatment. Thi i the greapreventtest tri-the first
e place where it righa t thelly belongs. Another question aecti public in umph and discovery of modern surgery, amon
mttae italCt terets ha been broimproved since the late and whoamerlainsses LePain Balm iract on this
Smortgage or o r claim appeared as knockers and Pr other obstreperous anhe d ame pritstone, It irudean aW taeptic, and

Sadler, of Lake CitT. the duty of a subordinate? If he says them to heal very quickly. It also allays
To be Sheriff of Dual County-M. A.' nothing is he not liable to suspicion of the pain and sornefs and prevents anyl
rown hiding the e rime? I discorea ad danger of bloodwher poe they wsoning. Keep a both
lawsuit," he became the alleged pu dreed to theadquarters elicit no re- tie of Pain Balm in your home, and it
chaser, havnor bid $1 have been intercepted or the same ion. At maedar- mention thave a inonvgreat deal of confid sufferncein
$Lan Ponor AT o- V us -. L, P A-. t ter is playing mum also? Uder Auch such injuries entail. For sale by all
lawl e ssad hig- e.xampe s cirumastancet, should he take the pub. druggiat. *
utve lapin me st h ha tos*t l. "to hs, condenboce? T he Present ---t. b P
mrke uass"otie Periettfthedsaepi cail .sIh tmbcity is anunt. lp not thetc and

W iS- -*I S e '-fri; puicth ul tmte 7d to which all The attractive home of Mrs. George
SOman, O N4 Law u L s.d, must finally go? Is not "entire Greenhow, at No. 40 North Monroe
bmmavJ mu- S t~ W securintty against dia- street has been lately remodeled and
a ,s I"LL .. There will sooa be a call for furnihed with modern improvements,
',' .""o judgment on this point.-Times-Union and is now ready to acommodate a few
eisum --------.: select boarders. tf
Sand members rd at a h. Sheti Fl and Ice Wool
*449 AL Ba i -wn* at R 1. Evans .

Warranty Dds, legal form. True
Democrat tf
Ladies' Read Made Underwar cheap
at R. J. vano'.


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At hsiem W a# ft ls
Noc kestdegshm torart-
taad woo aai ta i Afi

the baemt isM alt o ift-
byeen the -o-t-emetr bea =I-tfay
uomana the han h mis o b.ud

A few days ater Mr. A. 0. o
The Hoome Cmfort e 9 thS
county some th m ag, itMr.
Reyno& was in thismo eo to make
some advertielt arrageo ets, "and a
business man happened aI tie oe at
the same time, and when eolde dit
o marked: "I think you wl flade
all r4t e ad his men have been
somtsoing a rianeaenty, wa d I

uainese with Mr. Raen yai. After
th as time advanced, wehadoeansion
tomeeteveral ofhis me, andhm
our Weo o a A ther la"d
enaty we a o quit a w deal
about the baeenatesm o r, ad
il of them Tsant wasmr first
thiorme wat. aad n d Teiwe Deeuat
take Mr. Reynold w tst the af about
to me the om ty for oth r aohof
labor to e oine th to the good
tohfr mThodsru Doa whe Tile peoayrt
esplasure, n t **t*hy
tohe jaovle th a coump eteo or le. f

with soi= we wi pto iel, ace-
thing that Its name ouse, a
'Home Comfort."
Mr. Reynelds htimelf ois a gentleman,
and, a he Mays hoef, cannot risk
his own rputoand the business in-
tereetsof hihouseminthehadeofmaon
who are not strietty all right. Men
whose every day btibmils take them
into the bomes of the country, where
often as not the man te theho se =y
not be preant, most bn staer ad up-
right, or else they ate titm to ben-
trautedwith soeeata !ONm
tgIam po.d 0
Aed um-isad my boy. o h haber
bew with M a me lo te 1 have
ev not tw owVa o th-to do o a -
elemanro. set." And
from what we an a alra, Mr. Reynols'
pride and consfdee i his me is not
misplaced. They are active ad alert
in their work; they hae a good article
to sell, ad they k it, and talk it,
but they make o premises they do not
keep, and they are prompt, aceommo-
dating and reliable in their buinese en-
gagementa. And "the boys" sem quite
fond and proud of Mr.e a
he is of thn a an ly hand-
some watch and chain and beautiful
diamond studded watch charm, nt-
ed him by them a few day; will
Mr. Reynolds and his winl ae
here to-morrow. per; f work in
Suwannee county, and rever they
go, The True Democrat commends them
to the consideration and kindly treat-
ment of the public.
Wasted I
For any one of the following issues
of The True Democrat we will pay ten
cents :
No. 1, March 8; No. 6, April 7; No.
19 July 7; No. 20, July 14th.
the aboveare to complete our fie. We
also wish to secure copies of the follow-
ing for which we will pay five centa
No. 10, May 6; No. 13, May 28; No.
14, June 2; No. 18, June 80; No. 21,
July 21; No. 22, July U* No. ,28 Au-
gust 4 Mo. 24, August If; No. 6, Au-
st 2i No. 27, September 1; No. 28,
ptember 8.
W. T. BANN3RMAN will do your Sur-
veying anywhere in the State. P. 0.
Ad Meridisa, Fla. sept.154im
Write Stanley'sBusineesCollege, Ma-
con, Ga., at once for catalogue. This
school cannot supply the demand for its
graduate.. 80-4m.
For Sale.
A medium-sized second-hand boiler,
plyttlsly ce, or at Leon Hotel, and
see it1. 3-tt
To Read
A tenant wanted for the newest and
best office room in the city. Call and
look at it, up stairs, over The True
Democrat office.
Seer. to Bent.
The store room now occupied by the
Singer Machine Company, under tele-
rent soon. For particulars, apply at
this office.

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Je*u COLLUm. Pepf se. A Florild newspaper rectly alleged
that Comptroller Croom had "saved the
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. taxpayers about $40,000 a year" by
EZtere as *eeod cl Mtte March St, ii0o at eliminating from the tax books land
the Poet offi ast TaaIhba.mn. Florida. under which had been sold to the State. This
Acto fConrr.of M rth. o7h I __ ignorance of the financial history of
offi i,, T.lh Bopihone Adf *d Florids is inexcusable. Here are the
Clinton Btreet. Telephone No. I. facts, from the official records:
S-- The late and much lamented Wm. H.
sutocripon., $1.0 Per Yaer. In Advees. Reynolds was re-elected comptroller at
Adyrti.sins atm on AppatosoS. the general election of 1900; he began
---- his new term Janury 8, 1901; he died
Talliahssee, Friday, Octobew 6, I9. July 19, 1901, after serving more than
-: ---- --- six months of his new term.
Sumter county has a county home for In his official report for the year 1901.
the poor, but it ham no inmates. Comptroller Croom ref-re to the in-
Thomas E Watson, of Geo(rgia, has creased valuation of taxable property in
purchased a winter home near Fort Lau- the State "in the face of the fact that
derdale, on the east coast of Florida. all of the property that was assessed on
Vousa county "went dry lt week the rolls of 1900, upon which the State
Volusia county "went dry" la4t week held tax certificates, has been eliminate
by a majority of over 400, while Putnamfroheld thetax books haof be1901. Ard in
county "went wet" by a small majority f th ta b of 1 Adn
county "went wet" by a mallmajoritythe same report he declares that "the
le than 0 I elimination of all lands from the tax
President Roosevelt will visit Jack- books upon which the State held claims
sonville and St. Augustine October 21st, by reason of these certificates, will save
and elaborate preparations are in pro- a large sum in tax sales and advertise-
gress for his entertainment in both ments." During the years from 1895 to
cities. ,, 1900, the cost of tax sale advertising
W. E. Edwards, in the Crawfordville ranged from $10,699 to $20,464. During
Breeze, announces his candidacy for the the years from 1901 to 1904, this item
Legislature for Wakulla county. As ranged from $2,941 to $9,995. The av.
the election is more than two years dis.- erage annual cost for the first period
tant, Mr. Edwards may justly be re- named was $15,060; the average annual
garded as an "early bird" or "worm." cost for the last period named was
.. --.I.---- .-_ 6$5,173; the difference, representing the
"Billy" Lamar got two good newspa- annual saving, was $9,887-not "$40,000
per notices about his $100 contribution a year," as stated by the uninformed
to the Pensacola cleaning-up fund in- newspaper above quoted. d
stead of one. He got one on his tele- This saving of nearly $10,000 a year t
gram promising the check, and the other was effected by Comptroller Reynolds,
on his letter, transmitting it; but he and the fact was indirectly certified by
made the two so far apart, in time, that Comptroller Croom in his official report
some may imagine there were two for the year 1902, where he says: "In
checks instead of one. Hence this ex- the preparation of the assessment rolls t
planation. ..,.. for the years 1901 and 1902 the assessors e
Governor Vardeman, of Mississippi, were instructed to eliminate therefrom
recently wrote a letter to the Memphis all of the State lands, including all land '
officer of the Equitable Life A seurance sold to the State for unpaid taxes, that
Society refusing to pay a premium on a had not been redeemed or purchased h
policy. In this letter the governor said: prior to January first of each year." b
"1I hall not pay this premium, but Of course, Comptroller Croom, who
rather think that I shall permit the po'- succeeded Mr. Reynolds in office late in
icy to forfeit and become void I do not the year 1901, could have had nothing c
care to contribute any more to the gay- whatever to do with the preparation of
ety of that crowd of robbers, thieves the assessment rolls for that year, or r
and marauders, who seem to infest the the instruction of assessors in connection
Equitable in New York." therewith ; and it is highly probable that
Having been made governor from the the instructions to assessors issued b) I
ranks of the common people of Florida, Mr Reynolds covered both years, ot
sovefhor Boward wamo n p o I explrcted were issued by him, for the preparation
Governor floward was sn-I is expected of the assessment roll of 1902, before
to make Florida one of the "best exec- hi death
utives she ham ever had." The True ht will be observed that nowhere ath.oe.
Democrat believes his intention arnd It will be observed that nowhere doe.
purposes are good, hut we fear that the (omptrollerCroomgivehi.4di, i guisheo(
influence of the Jennings-Crhoom-tick- predecessor any credit for thechange t<
inuon-Hil!soncombination,whose advice, financial policy of which he appears t<,
no often and freely given, ha. already be o proud, and the inference is rea.
done him much harm, and may yet drady stable that, by omitting such credit,
done him much harm, and may yet drag he was willing that the public should at- d
him into other complications which he tribute the credit to himself.hou!d at
will live to regret. If he desires earn- tri.uth o ...
really, to re sin hin hold upon the confi- TEACHERS WANTED.
dence and affection o" the Florida mans The School Superintendent of Duva.
ae he r.unt cut loo e from the Jenn;ngs Coiunty states that he in besieged witl I
aggregation and hb what he really in letters from superintendents of othet t
t -nded to be the governorof t' e whole counties, seeking teachers. Among ti0o,
people. where there in a lack of good teacher. U
Mr. Edward Fitzge r id, formerly e<- are the following :
itor of the Iartow ('euier-. informant, County Superintendent (;. F. Tucker,
who recently removedtoounttown, Calhoun County. want
who recently removed t Misiippi t three male teachers at salaries rangint
engage in his mpro tions there unsatisfactory, has returned n months term, and also wants severs! l
to Florida and taken editorial har *, of lie at from $30 1to $36 pr month.
lorida an ta'n editorial 'harg 11 Superintendent Sears, of Kissimmee j
the News. at Arcadia. The True Demo- oeola County, wants four oir five lad3
erat welcome him back to the r.anks of .,;achers in the Mch.)ol5 cf this county
the craft in Florida, and expects from Superintendent W 0. (;eiger, of(;reen
him some of the bet editorial work he (ve' Sprin*gs, ('l.y County, wants tw(,
hs ,ve 1 i 1 three lady teachers for runl schools. 1
has ever d i.', lie licns ih.wiln: Solaea'intendent W S. M. I'inkham, of
where he stands in the following sharp St Augustine, St Johns county, wants f
comment tal|mn the methoids if the two or three first grade teachers. a
Comptroller: The True Democrat. Su wrintendent J C C('ompton, of f,
Npe.king of 'extravagant management' le;ur* Lake County, wants several i
in clerical hire of the Stater dlepart- Mr B l.. Porter. Chairman of the "
mental, declares that min the oilik.e of the Hoard of Trustees at Grand Ridge, Fla., n
Comptroller the pay roll now toots up wants nhe first grade or second grade d
to $2HMfl(t for assistance Pl'erhapl thiN Mr. 'harles F. Hopklns, of St Au- (
increase in caused hy the 'saving to the gstlne, wants one teacher for a school t
taxpayers' through the rulingg of iay. at Winter Park, to begin in Novemlber. t
ment for publicrtion of th,. dilin.qunt FE|itor Collin., f thei'TallahassnneeTrue h
tax lists. We should jl the ca' *'in account of having received with the present State administration
voluminous circular andl rio.rts (on Thin is gratifying. though he may change h
which, by the way. sullticnt sistage hi. mind after he' gets through with the f
was not placed) explanatory of why the "sufficTency" Miami MmiMetropolisa

Comptroller declined to render full pay- As we have heretofore remarked, we f
ment of a bill for publication of a tax hop. never to have occasion to attack
list, although the work was done in the present administration as we have r
good faith and according to copy fur- been immpelled to attack its predeces- h
nished. The True Democrat may he sor; and we also hope that the publicity d
able to inform a skeptical public whether given to the performances of its prede- n
other accounts passing through the cesior will prevent it from following so
Comptroller's office are treated with vicious an example.
such fidelity and economy.'", F ttu| -em .
Care Chill &ad F ever. Suffering frightfully tnM the virulent u
G. W. Wirt, Nacogdoches, Texas, poisons of undletedtfood. C. G. Gray- '
says: "Hisdaughter had chills and fever son, of Lula, Ml., took Dr. Kings New
fur three years; he could not find any. Life Pills, "with the result," he write l
thing that would help her till he used "that I was cured." All stomach and
Hirblne. His wife will not keep house bowel troubles give way to their tonSmie,
without it, and caunot may too much for laxative properties. 26c. at all drug
it." 5ocents. Forsalebyallidruggista. stores. *

Mea sMTATsrR3 UiMTs.
Whom I. P. Sil on became Stat
printer two year* ago, though the kind
Intervention of Governor Jennings ("W
S. J.,") and his private se retary, then
was no stipulation in the advertisement
for bids that each bidder must deposit a
certified check for $12,500, to insure the
giving of satisfactory bonds-that was
a running Invention of "W. S. J.," or
his Tallahaaee representatives, to se.
cure the State printing contract for the
Jennings administration pet by prevent-
ing competition.
Indeed, so complete was the Hilson
pull, two years ago, that no bond at all
was required of him, and he went
through the greater part of the term of
his contract without any bond whatever,
and, when one was given, late in De-
cember, 1904, it was not for $36,000, as
required under the present contract, but
for $4,000 only, although the volume of
business to be transacted by the State
printer was then as large as, if not
larger than, it will be during the coming
two years the State printer's friends
having taken excellent care to throw in
his way an unusual quantity of costly
public work.
During this same period, while Hilson
was enjoying, without bond, the richest
sort of feeding at the public crib, worthy,
afflicted John Trice, who had secured a
little contract for printing three or four
vol ,mes of supreme Court reports, was
harried almost into his grave by "the
powers that be" for a bond toguarantee
the performance of the work he had un-
dertaken, and his contract was recently
transferred to Hilson otherwise the
Capital Publishing [Printing] Company,
ind is still unfinished.
The Jennings administration favorite
having, by means of a "certified check"
rick, secured the new contract at rates
enormously greater than those bid by
.he competitors who were shut out by
the trick, in still a favored creature ot
fortune, for the first day of October
has passed, and he has not giren the
mnds required by the stipulations of the
new contract. Under ordinary circum-
itances such a failure would work a
complete forfeiture of bid and contract,
and doubtless such would have been the
result to any other than this favoriteof
Official fortune ; but the Board of State
institutions, recognizing, perhaps, the
potency of the ifilson pull, hasgracious-
y given him thirty days more within
which to secure a guarantee company
bond, an he could not, between the day
when the contract was awarded--Au-
gust 1st -and the 1st day of October-
wo full months succeed in securing a
personal bond "W. S. J." im at the
lpad of the guaranty department of the
uig million-dol!ar trust company in Jack-
onville, and can and doubtless will
Accommodate him. We shall s,,e.
The promotion that no individual can
successful y defraud the State without
he collusive aid of some other individ-
oml, who in "on the inside," can b.
bundantly exemplified by an examina-
ion of vouchers for the payment of
noney on file in the archives of the
it.ate government. Do thene official do'-
iments show, in every instance, that
warrants drawn upon the treasury dur-
ng the Jennings regime represented
he true value of the service performed
i'd paid for? True Democrat.
Now, if these things are true at Tal-
ahassee, why don't the Democrat call
ames tell who they are? In plain lan.
uaie, who is it "on the inside" that is
going. and has done, all these bad
things? Lake City Index.
If the editor of the Index really de-
ires information, and will go with us to
he capitol, we can show him vouchers
or public printing done and charged for
nd paid forat the "special" rate of $10,
or which the contract for public print-
ng fixes the rate at $1 Will that sat-
nfy him? And then, Uncle Thomas is
ot looking for facts against wrong-
oing in many instances around the
'apitol. Hle )Kssesses knowledge of
things that happened around there that
he public will know nothing of if he
as to tell it; and he knows a plenty,
The Tallahassee True Democrat is
inting at, and proposes to establish the
act, that there has been existing for

several years, considerable rottenness
connected with the letting of contracts
or the State printing.- DeLand Record.
The editor of our esteemed contempt
ary must be a very careless reader if
e has not discovered the fact that we
o not deal in hints-especially in the
natter of the State printing.
TheOt DMcee'r.
Rev. B. C. Horton, Sulphur Springs,
'ex.. writes. July 19, 1902 : have
wed In my family Ballad's Snow Lini-
lent and Horehound Syrup, and they
ave proved certainly satisfactory. The
niment is the beet we have ever uaed
or headache and pains. The cough
rrup has been our doctor for the last
Ightyears." Forsalebyalldrit.
See Collins for Neat Job Printin.



P' E-tor eit 3lihof the Uv Oak
I CreS t, % M ksw a bs t
SState' Internal Improvement Fund
Sand wh wa that Governor Broward
Vetoed bill to turn the fund into the
t State's treasury.-Puata Gond Herald.
k In his message vetoing this act Gov-
Sernor Broward recites the provisions of
5 the act of Congress known as the swamp
r and overflow land act, approved Sep-
tember 28,1850, and the act of the Flor-
ida Legislature "to provide for and en-
courage a liberal system of internal im-
provements," etc., known as the inter.
nal improvement law, and creating the
Board of Trustees of the Internal Im-
provement Fund. He then says:
This law has been in force more than
fifty years, and the Trustees are grant-
ed, under this law, the full power, pos-
session, control, and are vested with the
responsibility of the moneys that may
be in the fund, from time to time, which
is not subject to legislative will or di-
rection. And believing, as I do, that the
acquiescence in or the admission tnat
the Legislature had the power to direct
or control what disposition the Trustees
should make of the moneys that may be
in t heir hands, from time to time, for
the proper discharge of their powers
and duties in the management of the
lands and moneys of the fund for the
pury oses and trusts which have not been
discharged, would establish a precedent
that would lead to confusion in the de-
termination of the powers and duties of
the Trustees, I, therefore, file these, my
objections, to the bill under considera-
tion becoming a law, and deem it my
duty to withhold my signature there-
Another bill, "to require the Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Fund to
deliver to the State Auditor all bank
records, vouchers and accounts belong-
ing to the said Internal Improvement
Fund, and to require the State Auditor
to check and audit the same and report
thereon," was also vetoed by Governor
Broward, in the following language:
I am opposed to this bill for the rea-
son that it seeks to limit the investiga-
tion of the accounts and actions of the
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund ; it is desirable that the investiga-
tion shall not be so limited.
The questions arising under these pro-
ceedings are far-reaching and vital. We
invite to their consideration the best ef-
forts of our readers, lay and profes-
sional, to the solution of the several
problems involved.
There exists no doubt that many
thoughtful citizens of the State desire a
complete and thorough investigation of
the acts of their servants. the Trustees,
and the contentir inventedd by Gov-
ernor Jennings and apparently adopted
by Governor flrowtrd that thisdepart-
ment of the State government is exempt
from accounting tor its acts, and "not
subject to I gis'ative cor trol." mani- i
festly transce. d.s some of the plinest ,
and most firmly established principles
known to our system of jurisprudence
SicK Headache Cured.
Sick headache is caused by derange-
mentof thestomach, andby indige ion
('hamba r'an's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets corre.t th '.e disorders and effect a
cure Hv taking these tablets as soon
as the first indication of the disease
appears, the attack may be warded off.
For sale by all druggists. *
A nice 2 horse-power Gasoline En-
Zine for sale cheap; also good second-
hand Bath Tub. Apply at True Demo- T
'*rat office. 0
Fine Horses. a
Mr. J. D Cay has just gotten in a fine '
lot of stock. See him before you pur-

BOh- o-r nawpfaper friends are
Squite needlessly
oat the faflarof Tallahasee to "do-
te" a site foray governor's mansion,
d one or two have gone so far as to
eaten another capital removal "is-
e," based upon the failure. For ex-
sple, the Marianna Times-Courier
t is taking Tallahassee a long time
get up a me for te orora man-
. which wasrovlded for by the last
gilature. Weopine that i ar capital
moval contest was on there would be
nothing doing.
rhe Miami Metropolis (which, by the
y, had apparently accepted our re-
it exposition of the subject as con-
sive) holds forth as follows:
rhe Lake City Citizen-Reporter en-
rses the assertion of the Metropolis
at there must be something radically
ong to cause such a delay in laelect-
a site for the governor s manion
Tallahassee and appends this state-
nt: That, should the capital removal
estion come up again Columbia
nty would cast her vote for removal.
e Reporter does not say where tc,
the Metropolis quite agrees with it
t a move of the capital to someotber
ce is one of the greatest needs in tie
'hen comes the Live Oak Democrat
I pokes fun at both of the last-named
ers, thus:
rhe Lake City Citizen-Reporter and
!mi Metropolis are mildly agitating
a removal of the State capital from
lahasee. No life can be pumped
Such an issue now, even though
lahassee refuses to donate the atie
the governor's mansion. But at
ne time in the future it is by no
ans impossible that the people o'
rida will be so strongly impressed by
superior advantages and ideal loca-
Sof Live Oak for State capital pur-
es that they will insist on a change
suggested by our two contempora-
B. Until then it will not be of much
to agitate the capital removal ques-
ark away, Tray, Blanche and Sweet-
rtl You seem to enjoy it, and it
isn't hurt Tallahassee. When, after
'ed-hot and needlessly bitter cam-
gn, the people of the entire State,
ing on the question, decided to per-
nently fix the site of the capital at
lahassee, and the Legislature voted
ds for the enlargement of the capi-
building, and Governor Jennings had
own great name emblazoned on its
lis in no less than five different
ces, Tallahassee felt that it could
>rd to enjoy a long respite from the
f-like attacks of capital removers
and little.
An Awful Cough Cared.
Two years ago our little girl had a
ch of pneumonia, which left her with
awful cough. She had spells of cough-
just like one with the whooping
gh, and some thought she would not
well at all. We got a bottle of
amberlain's Cough Remedy, which
ed like a charm. She stopped cough-
and got stout and fat." writes Mrs.
Bussard, Brubaker, Ill. This rem-
is for sale by all druggists.
Lost! *
n the St. Augustine road or in Tal-
assee on September 15th, a pair of
style Cuff Buttons, top set with jet
pearls in centre. Liberal reward for
or either, if left at Clark's jewelry
e or this office 31-4t.
'onder if the murmurinws of the
ahassee True Democrat. about graft
he part of public officials, is making
bodv "tremble in their boots?"-Ma-
a Times-Courier.
certainly. The tremblin. can be seen
a the naked eye.

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b-, I"1


the t i u~r righI 's of same, of tl.e
l,:;, B., s:tuat ', on N(ew an's lukal ,
near Fairbanks. This mill, whilo not
as large as many, Is one of the
most modern and up-to-date in the
state, cutting cypress timber exclu.
aively. The plan', which is compara-
tiveiy new, has a capacity of about
15.0,10 feet per day, and works a
large number of bands at the mill
and logging camps.

Papers have been filed with the
clerk of the c rcuit court of Alachua
county transferring the immense na-
val stores interests of Yearwood &
McDonald, Melrose, TO the Melrose,
Manufacturing company. This Is one
of the largest and most iml:ortant
naval stores deals made in the coun-
ty for some time. Their deal com-r
Iris,'s not only I.lnds in Bradford
b In l'utn'im. ('lay and Bradford
co;mtune as v'oll, and in the aggr'-
p-ate embraces several thousand acres
of fine round timber.

Mayo Is "In the Swim."
Mayo has b e'n for years resting
qui Itly Ir. itihe shale of the pines andi
oal .., while he'r sis:er towns in oth,-r
('o ;nti' lha had their booms, a-.,d

D)i]y T'l'ribne, and David I.aulh'r i.
,on. of St. Loji.,' iriun.l: 'iit hotel n1)(n.
Tho. lair Ur is nnw In New York so-
c'iirng a coris of A fficlent help for
the ho'.!, which he will have( o)i hand
In time to open the house on Nove'm-
her 1C), No that it will )be In I xc('l-
lInt shape to accommodate the big
crowd, which iNs xi:c e ted here dl rlun;
the state fair sea. .., which begins
November 15.

. . .1,61 .. .... ...... I lB l i it llA.ii Ui - - -I - --- Jlf -kl I IA


Florida State News. WAust RwnAUc OffcI
CaroHiU Cakd In Fede
at Greeuboro
; At Greensboro, N. C., M
Preparing for the President, Tobacco Journal a "Knocker."' g, the federal court, M
The presidential executive com. The Tampa board of trade, at a g, the federal curt,
mittee of the St. Augustine board recent meeting, took decidedly vig. Boyd, presiding, convened
orous action in regard to recent at. session.
of trade has appointed a reception tacks of the United States Tobacco Special Interest attach
committee, which numbers about 70 Journal upon the clear Havana cigar term by reason of the fa
- zAembers, including the .prominent Industry of Tampa, ^ nd the adminis- olnety cases involving r
men in. eveiy walk of life. tration of the customhouse by M. B.
Other committees will include one Macfarlane, the collector of customs ers are to be tried, th
on transportation and carriages, a of the port of Tampa. The piper portant of which are
committee to arrange for speakers named, which is published In Now against 0. W. Samuels.
stand and hotel accommodations, i York city, by Ismar 8. llison, has den, Starkey Hare, L. 8.
committee to go to Jacksonville to been for a long period "knocking" Ha
meet the' president and escort him Tampa in an evident endeavor to Walker, J. W. Hasty a
to the city, a finance committee and boost the cigar concerns of New Bryan, former revenue off
a committee on decoration. York at the expense of the Tampa ed with conspiracy with
All details will be arranged by the manufacturers, and in Its issue 'f defraud the government
various committees as soon as they September 23 devoted a page or more sums of money. These m
are appointed and organized. The to slurs at Tampa and the Macfar' dicted at the recent spec
committee on decoistion will be an lane administration of the custom- hfderal court at Greensbi
important one, as decorations will be house, charging fraud in the classi- all out under heavy bond
a feature of the president's visit. All flcation of tobacco sent out from is filled with lawyers, w
of the stores and many residents will there, defendants.
make a special display, and the The board of trade took measures No cases tried In the st
committee will see that the city and before this to refute the charges and have elicited as much
its buildings are properly adorned, appointed a committee of well known these.
Mayor Boyce received a letter from citizens to investigate and make a The most important c:
Secretary Loeb acknowledging the report, which latter was submitted at of Monday was that ag
receipt of St. Augurtine's program for the meeting, and a letter was unani- Arcy, a wealthy Salisbt
President Roosevelt's entertainment, mously directed to be conveyed to who was sentenced to pi
and suggesting several changes. the secretary of the treasury at $22,(X00 and serve a senate
The secretary suggests that a pub- Washington by a committee of the months in prison, he havit
lie reception be entirely cut board, accompanied by a strong res- victod at the June term
from the program, as this feature is solution expressing unbounded confl. Charlotte. Arey appeared
not being carried out by the presi- rence in the administration of Mr. tally surrendered hims<
dent in his visits generally. The Macfarlane as collector, resenting the Monday night for Sallsbi
secretaryy suggests carriage drives in- unfounded and unjust attacks of the his sentence. He took wi
stead of the reception, as it gives United States Tobacco Journal and 000. the amount of the
the public a better opportunity of directing the president of the board against him, and will alt
seeing the president, and be a great- to appoint a committee to collect ev- of $300 and costs, Qamout
er advantage in greeting the people. idence in contradiction of this ma- $1.600. making altogether
He also suggest's that the commit- licious article, and presented this ev- 000, which this defendant
tee make arrangements for the pres- idence to District Attorney Jeroum government.
Ident to drive from the depot to Fort of N(ew York with a view to indu.- Desperate efforts were
Marion andl address the people at the i'ng himn to institute criminal proceed- Arey and his friends to
quadran-'ie of the old fort. These re- ings against: the paper's editor and tion in this case stayed,
quests will be granted In every way proprietor. avail.
possible by the committee. --
The Tam; a iay Hotel company COTION GINNIO TO I
S' was organized a f4'w days ago with
Ano:ler iml ortant deal has been iEdwar.l F. (',s: of Norfolk, Va., pr s- Ceasus Bureau and Ginners
mad,' in Alachua county,, whica' t idfitX ; W'. S: ovall of T.inlpa, vice isue Reports Simulta
li_,a:,s tie transl.,r of many thousands l;pi sidient. a;:dl D).ivil l.auier of St. The ,nisus bureau at
of d('ll.rs. J. A. Maultsi)y .us .sold Louis, ;:nriral ialigr. Mr %r. (', t ,'.
to L,;(.e S a ('o.iait itIilt)r ('olii)Illny., '-"C ni(;ldI vice :( i, nlt of Sth eS alioar'il
a rclh io:;po:'ation, or.anizetd under A:r Lin.' iaiiway ( ornlp ny, and it s t(' (lua11 ity of <'otti)ii
the la], s or thi' Stat of New Yt'rk, g' tinra ra i litr (' ff lnimanig r. r. toovall is t. e growtli of 19j 5 toI S
the satiill p]liia t, together with all l'i, well known tdi'r of tih, Tampi to) i. :5, i3 aile's.


Confectioner & Croer


Prompt Delivery.

optiriiler j

'Thqwc tilunS wtre cor:mpi;ld from
tl.'graphic li' i)ut':s of special agent
of the' 'riau whiio have canvasv'd their
gaiinliies of the various states nd
tl'rritortes and the report is on' of a
srits which will bf issued regularly
hereafter until : (' completion of tw v
giining of the crop of 1905. The rv.
lxort is earlier thau any made in li)4,
rtrvlering comparison imponi.he.

The cotton report of the National i
The news of the untimely death (lnnvrs' Axouiatkon was alo mad'
of Sheriff Bloxham Pickett of Iu. pblc at Dallas, Texas, Monday. It
val county, was received In iTal nlicae- th ing Is from 5 to
hasseo with genuitue regret. Mr. ani 90 pr ceut ov(r lu the southern Ipart
..I _# ... ..- p ... I# A -_ ]1 . III

Mrs. Pi'ck'!'t and their pretty little
daughter were at tne capital lor a
week during the ITg!slature', anIdl
made many pleasant acquaalntances. .
It is hardly to) i(,alize that thic hind-
somrl,,, strong i, 111a11, thij n the4 i! tur10'
of health .ind vigorous nanhoc 1, is
dead. 'l'her' was the usual rush )i
pe'tit io i nnd I )applicatior.s for the ol-
fleo made ia(ant by his death.

The Injme ion to restrain the Tam-
pa board o; Pblic works from lea.
Ing the Tampia lay hotel to .Msi-rs.
!-avid LaiIi'lr anld WV. F. 'Stovaib anil
thIr as;o'iaates wumn (i'!-solvd by
.; l 1 I W al! of tho, ,rc .o i ir ,

ha've t, 'n pffi" oth byt thep its d1.v i was itsel ul.orn th ,
and th ir citizer.s. Possibly hut few ICS ,,. N% a s 1 .
d ti te ol f round ltht th lit courtss have no right
te,()1 iln l' N I-n' ri of Floweras kn'w to Irterflre with the hoard of public
that there wa.s uch a place as Mayo, works in the discharge of is dis-.
na the and her ; people are not of iretionary ipowiis, when no fraudil
the dn.onstratilv class. Hloweve(r I is shown.
triu th:s n.ay i)(, It Is now an evi-
den, fart that Mayo Is also coming A d(ath warrant has b,.n Fi,.,f
to the front; for the past few monthri from the ixecuUve ofce to Sheriff
the bal been steadily and rapidly I
goig ta Ieen steadily and rhpady H. H. Lewis of Jackson county for
growing, both in business houses and the section of Tom Spires. A
resid busInusson. The latest addition to the ,at, aran wa a . I G
Th late dd t heriff W. H. Wyatt of Manatee for
town, or the latest move that will the (zecutlon of Eward iamb,, con
make anr addition to the town, Is an- evicted of murder rnd sentenced to 1ir
othor railroad. This will he the L"o hangoet. The date rarni'. In the death
Oak. Perry and Gulf railroad, owne warrants : T Fridaty. a ctober 27.

Iy) t l" I ns oillng oli i lve Oak. The
rea(l is now'. an as:.red fact.

Th.omas J. L. Brown, former man-
ager of the Tampa Bay hotel, has
purchased the business and resort
privileges at Ballast Point and 'will
assume charge as soon as the trans-
fer from the present lessee can be
( effe' :ed. Mr. UIttlefleld, who has been
conducting the pavilion, cafe and oth-
er resort features at the Point, is de-
slrous of returning to his borne rn
Vermont, and the Tampa Electrio
company, the owners of Ballast Point,
are fortunate la securing so capable
and energetic a man an Colonel
Brown for hi scOsor.

ofteI cottonIm-It and thnre willI

have to Ibe a late frost to make any
top crop at all.
Many gins are idle In some)n sc.
tions due' to short antd lat ('r;),S.
Sunimmar;z'il thOe report show:< ith'u
". i'r ('nt li ss cotton his 11-n ii
ginnd to th: (dat (than at thi, sauni(
tiLmn last vycar. The condition of thf
(rop is 34.1#. short of last y.var and!
th.'re is practtlally no top (rop.


King of Sweden Will Recognizs Norway ai
IndependeAt bStae.
A Stuwkho.mT dispatch say): .\Af, r
th' king's -xi'tech front the throne '
i;it bei.'n di'.ivt rd at the' opening of
the riksldag Mo ri(t3>. the govttrinll'lit
introduim'd a motion requesting thtu
hious to a;,pro ve the prolj,;sal th-it
the arrang.m-ri:t ntm rterId into bt'
tween Sweden anil orway Fhould ~()
into force from a date which w.as
blank when Norway took mntillr a(c'
The krw will submit a i'-opwril
authorizing the dallnlution of t ,o
union and (onft.rring on his umajesiv
full power to recognize Norway a
cnm Indepcndent state.

CO(RT1 ItJUJlt' (43 "O9OPOLY.

.Juiid \Vad., hitting at Tampa, h' h' A :, ~ So s y
di.)so;v'd, t1hl injun.tlon socureid I,. S ialPrvi s to e Grted hy
119 pup:ls of the' T.,rk school to prevent Mrs. L. II. Math.* T e' sioomoa Pririkwos prnwl the
from teaching on the ground that Mlarta IegM~oe and t Cab ompl y at
the tomntinal statkmion that ety ee
the court coull not Interfere witt to be tmi'Ci n thiok h ye

men Jlete Poolet.on hs teltcd an.
^netlf agiM^t the tSm8 corn
Governor Droward has appointed' *n tina inst e tra er in
H. A. Pennock of Jupiter. Dade coun p p amed- and the AOM I
ty, to be member of the county :c I M iomattheP ao te"Mt o Vy eVo
be member of the county board of bejes of tb he oed Sam ~dy @*I
public Instruction, district No. 1. tc bAaeMe ftei s Ikosm of I5 elOs
fill vacancy ca ned by t'se resignatlot O,
of L. Lrceum. -
4 !

Telephone 32.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


Plans and Specifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grille,
fancy gable ornaments and turnol and scroll work of every descrip-
tion. Brick, Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee our worlt
to be first class in every particular. Prices reasonable.
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line, on lot South of
County Jail


P. 0. BOX I.


Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.

07 43 35 36 td 50
Daily DaIy I aily Dally Ially Daily
l2:25p 12:55p 12:10a !):25p Lv NewYork Ar. 7:23a 6:31,a 4:15p
2:655p 3:23p 7:23a 12:12a Lv W. Phila. Ar. 4:2'la 2:35a 1:45p
5:07p 5:25p 9:42a 2:37a Lv lialtlmo. Ar. 1:48a ll;:17p 11:30a
7:26p 10:50a 4:30a lI, Wash'ton Ar.. 11:',0p 8:3Gp 9:50a *
11:00p 2:20p 9:10a Lv Richmond Ar 5:30p 4:55p 6:23a
11:40(p 2:r,7p 14:()2a Lv Pet'h'b'rg. Ar. 4:42p 4:09p 5:49a
1:445a 6:1Op 12:45p Ar .Norlina Lv 2:10p 1:40p 3:34a



9:30p .....


9:25a Lv Porttnolth Ar

10:02p ...... 9. 4a Lv Suffolk. Ar.
1:20a ...... 3:20p Ar .Norllna. Lv.

1:57a 5:1.p 1:40p lv .Norlfna. Ar.
2:25a 5:37p 2:10p I,v Head'son. Ar.

9: (na

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4:1 Fa 7:00p 4 (0Op l,v ..Raleigh. Ar.
6:20a M:55p C:lp Lv So Pines. Ar.
(PinPhurst J.)
7:l.a 9:56p 7.30p Ar Hamlet.. Ar.


2: 53P
3: 41 p
7: 20p,
7: 66p
.9: top


7 3rim
9:1 O'a
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0: 3()a
It': 4%
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I 26~P
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3 .15m
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Lv Hamlet.. Ar
Ar . Monroe. Lv
Lv .Motro(e. Ar
Ar ..Chster.. Lv
Ar Clinton ,Lv
Ar Orpenwo'd Lv
Lv Abbeville. Ar
LT Cal. Falls. Ar
Lv Elberton Ar
Lv ...Atbhns .Ar
Lyv ...WIlftr. Ar
Lv Aw'villo. Ar
Ar ..Atlanta L

11:00a 1 i:50a 1:25a
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3:65P 12:000
1-:57p 10:53a
1:24p 10:15&
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For further Information regardtlng rates. Pullman reservatloma, etc4
tpply to the undersigned.
FiT D GOIBBLDR. T. P. A.. 118 Peachtree Street. Atlanta. GO.
W. w CHRISTIAN A. 0. P. A, 11 Peabtree St., AtlaatsG.&


ral Coart

monday morn- Dealer In Hardwwe, Stoves, Tinware, Wagonl
Judge J. E.
d in re Ear. Carriage and all Kinds of Agricultural Implementa,
d in regular .
Sugar Mille and Kettle. Mill and Plumber' Sup-
es to this
ct that over piles, Parm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-
evenue off tors Bulidera* Supplles and Sporting Goods.
e most im*
the cases

Davis. G If you can't find what you want you
nd A. C.
Beers, charg- may be sure Yaeger has it.


'Ir *Yu'qrCN*" -1 too. Am IV'' .e4' 5p. V '


JOHN 0. COLLJNS, Proprietor.

Published Kvwy FRIDAY Morning.
A lion cu!) Iio'iof f anllgenctl0iOII aftcr
devourin;g a Imiir (,f t rulieorn. The
Irony (.1,a tdt''i!4 thlat, ift io-e'IMad irtef
any xl In finllh. t roun-;r.-i Ihoey Would
1ian1o.z.;r' c~y Ihave I11411 rao'st, dieffiti

*0JOU pat,'"llilulI~jr.~ ~iig
out'~t~ltt, 'Nirijr,qT '4 ij1i ie!, jjiii hun ~j,t

.V1.tI~,radi'f'1 I*o'nJ trinif fit. prin

of li t''. I honIAJIdon lWi vnil j if r a-

tery (,f rusdlhiri.. [if re' eit tiiie'istlro

4hainv.imf1 ywir reaI '*I WIf;Iti~t t ; 1 .4 111)
ltlongsr of 'vI'ito"if' x 111tter.

entil; to bring their v hihtir. i lilt to
Work Iliv wpUflj. 1,4ri~t thl# o~iiiiry 111-
pe rut ivily tiadiiis a liM Nywstiii by whieb
Mori in n ge~t toriv'y only I y y cI, relg
It. TheFlt, othr wxym at-#! ri'wig i~all
our Inmillfu itloiiii ,e'rloiwisly nitetar de4-
stnictiori, uIA8Iistho liai Jltiniiit'iAti#rir

Th hu'ii uu, rel ii Of bet dark ai- '. brim
hnot fltiigi-tthlr i~rjammell oti of evillrc ire',
filtatt#tI li#- AN w Vorit I. ~,veitim rig 'ee.In
(Jellf-itIvlift h o un havlo %eforritf'ianf
anti-diuellIe'agiii.. wh ithimli ippiteitte.
'kY mally (if Ow he xii t utrlntti rt&: c 'oni-
on Ihi t he cou iitry. 'I'hidr olhJlc"tIni to
bring the, absulrd 'ceile of honor ''oil
\'Which diie-l ing reset 4, into nilisrej'itc*.

Ilie 11141fin11iD,'eworldl Im looldIrig ft er
m~e'n 'A becan ittlilov e m i F141 tI, 14tiy54the
Now York Jouirnal. All othorm are liir-
rtiefily IJUN hewi uhlil t. The keeln ecomnpit-
tit ion 11Uliciig erg 1-11.140'11t14for hI gli un tle
m~en) Im oihowti by thelfrvq i#ent cmigis~ic'
thatit ire sl wisyis lbol ug xiai s- irr cu-

a a rns imilkio a fat ifitir tory ruei rd thuim
rival v'"llo~cyelrtl ichg it etlilildg r or hlo
aer'. c'm.'.

"'rl'hn!y xlava ror.,liii prmdtl'rk- liittsrti

ccnrri im' i~r", Ingt In IIi irk.ll- Io?
tt u, ic Io fiati i lltfi lfmhe t ':i'4 in s i si v f '.

4lue* A',(1i' itr:n' iIIim Wo in. lii''11 .11,11::14
are' t, tit, 1 hilly' h' s. hI ifil Il i l I It I q
lmn :illt Ito. it it i.i I1, 1% rn tieRA
sho..% i t i'ifil IIt i 1i t,# 41I llit (l i5t-

fruurNrid1--l' eiti r.t aIt

litip ro ,i ll~' tlI I t II.. Ii i..- 1,f il~i I It

guill fije ll*. ttI*l it o 4 0ti~l~tl t 11 ;111,1

rc thicr plaint'l Ic n I I)rI er ;, .. i i iin',
relate' the Ne'w hIt 'n I l t'gito r I'ro-
f'vllur Niwi'etill re'f'r v1 t he tn ii t il 'itint-
ly Iincre.mllliig 'tvlde'ii Ihit tlh (i aire,
othPr plailPlt lik, our vown, ai.iI Ih)
asks la'y, the lln, ihounltd thley 'litt I)
si1m liirly ilnl >a lle011 Il4 7il. 1-It siet
I a 'Ird e'nltirely upo1 i ts.ls ithill i It t .
ralv Item Itle s t lll ll l l i.g ii) j IIj i
In O he iinlndl 1s tlirh re1.. r. II -

athltly teri txil c l oils u'e'i.Iii I r i' hi i
" hfilt I',RlnMi 11 .tt i 11 Ii 1 11,1it t| ,lI;
I'lld iii t ith li *'.tl sill. lt lih l II' e '1 :i- i 1. : I
oildi'tu 'thee l l.i t

b I'l er 'ilt 'li.i t c it\v .. 1s l iiti-
alhly iI, 1i ln or I ; n' ,
1ii I 1' I is' 1V Iis l ,w e r InI is, I si ..i i 11

unlle nl thure iiii u t iil f ( o f ;r .' ,,, I
uo I )IhllC I l'h i I n l 1141 t g,1 f rl I h,-1 I' 'l -l l' .
O f | ift11*11 l llK lit ti 1t11 bollurn i ni'l who d1o i t u iniidoi i.i:' 1,
pirlhanl' 1 andd niever Ian, i In., 1i :,,
they laIk the tiattrnil taste' for thaut
sort of thinly, declarvn' the Ne'w York
Press. If the pre'esnt mysteim is not
abandoned 0r corrected so that pro-
.lciency in exgineerti|g 1a alirsutid
.among those who are resmponilhe for
the condition anrd management of the
engine roo(n of our warships, thi'ro
viill be more liennlngton dinasters.
with ever more de'plorableo consoe-
.quonces; and the navy will be as usai-
Icss asi It was long the bouut of tho
American people that It was the' best
Aa the ww.r'd.


Sheriff and Deputies Come Up Him PRESIDENT GOES
Unawares and F.l His Body
With Bullets.
W-ll E. Simms, player of Condotor Yeflow Jack Wil Not Bar Visit to
Jutltua Lan lberg of the Seabord Air New Orlansl.
Line sonic e ix weeks ago at Ellabet1,
Bryan unty. Ga., and later o J A Y A AGD.
Perry, negro, was himself bot& and ITINERARY REARRANGED
killed' Thurday afternoon 1i lAtsrty
count y, about te.a miles u-t h of P9wn. Some Little Change mte in Plans for
Ing. Southern Trip-Summary of Fever
SIr.imr waw l1:iled by otllce4w of the Situation rot Monday.

law, who had bee n on his tmak for
many hours, when tr.y set. out 0 pwr-

%lift (if hIm 4on r4!(.
that Ii,.- aw iviarlodI
h114 "Id hauitis III
The.-tqex 'fflh e'nai were
Mit of lryau countyy
uitlex, M, A. Githown
The-y left kIIF.HiLe
Inriv'1 o~f 1 Iuinbim ad
hf-v! u nt ithe'r, c, 'Ab

(OIpt o( the cows
III the, i(eolsMn of

Stleriff jin.. jftq.
r aid limis two dot,-
ai ii d. I". LvUksm.
acid f(Adowrl Mte
ge'~ ~~i lip~a ~,'

on HINM way.
Atoil iwo i> iij'Irst nftlr SH'nmens hid
dilpart'd frtmI a fi 0'row' houAe, W 1-
ih'lsilay fVt'liiirg, where he had k1li.th I
a minall p!;, aLrlI' had it roeXise him, hte otull'rv.>, arrived. ll hiey IAn a
rs4 Ot it en for the, night, Rild .,irly
T''hiirislay morninK were asir. Then
they fotind a bi'sd In a fihatyatf4, Jinst
100 yards from where lthuy thaed s'o)t.
It was there Hxirniit had sle r.f, hut he
had got a gool s!art, being up ear ler
tham they.
To the Canoochele river they raced
Mnirnm and there loist 'h track for a
tirm, bhut pre gently met. A. Frsmtirn,
who t,.d1 tlheirn he had etin Slirnis a
mhort while before, litlinK In the yard
of a man naxned Parhk-r, lrusi fath.-
or-In-law. Th''h o(mfflcr tt'rrfiulmn
mtartefd for l'arkr'a. Arrlvtd thfvre,
they saw no onr In the ynrd nIsat two
rnrallI (blldrn. Sheriff I'Parish divill his force, approachin.( tthe house, from
one side, while his del'pitilis 'ac proarhed from another lire'tlion. All
three arrlvld at the house at theB-' rame
time. The the, omnfr'rn and lihoutlng, "WllII\,WII-
11i,; here they come," and ran to thU
The officers, tnot having 'so'n lSmmi,
hetil (oncllted he was off In the fle'lte
Mo no'whi' ro. TheIy entier'il th1o hiuhe',
watchfiil with thIr wiaplm s. At thle
cry of Ihit ehlil. Hiintrx evetr alert,
siliePd hin Winchie-ter rtllo ninl start-
e.'l out the rar diloor. ('tic'hing shighti
of Ihterlff 'airish hli fMlred !it ith offlTo'r
alt A ltN'arlie' of Ivos4 t,1111n twenty
y)ardlm Ie minhum'dl, a I l flr'd but riie'
IIore '
li;,.uiiy r'lsofin fIr-]' ti', siho tht f
i. It 1 iSirnst flist. 1't l' istorirf havInK
'IrI, with hi| riflle an ,il iid, ,s' l. SItntmmi
f. '1 t, >11 4 l, no11 4 v W il s n i' ,t i k I, y f (;il l
I.oem teHtio1 blit tle oeithic 's keU-wv hlit
sr1 1tii liI l u sor l is ti t lie'. rl y W ii tIl

ts 'IP rl e l t'l in, I I l, i lieey jieI rtll
I r. v I t I A II I r iI I i I I'I (Ir' h i. ir, -

it @ ', ,I ifs tl i 'I ,otit n: I'' I tI'w whl ti
t l ne 1it .': i l l e li e r rsai r e; .d
Sl' n1 lie : l n" ie li 1111i l .I shle li N t hI .
I W l' fonlHI ,i ll,,t f,< l"H t'' ll shllt1! hfll

\ A ;l 1. 11414 )M V i i l .'tli' S l \\:1' t l, l tr'i | i> rl b .ll 1l| T llo shr1tli
tf' th ,i n I' s" w \\'1:1 r 'll< \ i lryaIi rotn
*V iif i| ,p l il| p|' 'll**, I N I, -HI 4 i h ole
'Pil l' trrr f h1 nxia'l tir 1 lid iof
ithe' les'ds h' hr's ,'1c1iiiitM1,ed. tiiritfft
1';nt: h li Is e11i n g neii'r.illy c'tl tl4ll atile'1
fsor hl- work.


And Wireless Messaqe Directed tht Offi
cre of tow Be in Waiting.
A \ rer'ltn mii'sange was rpee's'(v
In Sravtn atiu'i 'I'h rad'sty by i('itl'lin
-mg5 A'V IIIc I11 e ri't fl r the)' (I msR
I' 4';t i iltim e InII>I'1Sii'. f ieim 'C I ipt .IIF1M1
, *" 1 f t!]e' i .t lien i'. ip ( tiy o .\o illu .,
. thile \w ;n fi s'in New eiik. rt'ixtesv.
irt, linti tIs It\e' s 'lh er'h(i ,\. i aii ,'
si t I;. l'"'I i ii r l no' lv l t f ivtl \tfs' i*'l
'I ls \ ,.'s :;1' I ths ,'s w as to (C'lltt 'lli

is '.; irl iiel i ltv ci'f .\' ,t~ ,'t I i lt lr e '(
:e' S m .ikun iioh s; rrtlir iIhat tiel'o !n'1
, ', i tl iniiei's n tl( rd Illh v s.',4 111hir 1'
her li'parliili' ron No w ( Y(k,. i ver' l
p aItRieig<, Is lhiaving i Ilst v't'Itusilte .


Weehiltoa Gread Jury Slraegtheea Case
Agelast n-Statlltkla..
Thet federal grand jury at Waahlng-
ton. Monday. reported new Indict-
ments In the cotton crop report leak.
age, cane. angaint KDiwin 8. Holmes,
Ji., formi'r aassltant statistcian of
the agishiltural department, Edwin
A. Pe'kham and Moses Hala, of New

Thley over the xnme ground as theo
otlher Imll.'nmunta. )nt are, b lle'vet
to be mire' spelflen and have ben
prr .reJ with greater care.

A Wanhin-,ton *;qcta Ys: Pres-
islunt WRoosveltw.ill 9o tO -Ne!w Qr-
i'at.dfrisPIte the yello4W few'- C.)'-

Thois officIal al io ineer(,ni'lt Vagi

mrad' at. th whl;e lo.Wis' Mondlay by
St I:ary L.oc:, af, r a uonfe':rence
wl hi t..! puc.ileint at which the r ar-
r i e 1'i c nit fr t Mr. Ro.he.veft's trip
i.iiiin til the boAth weri' arraring'd
1; 11 -t1 i ., .
In or,'.ir to avoid an!/ o:npl):atlions
ovtr the' q;;arantln, re,'liia'ion:' of th,'
Var,,liH st.at,'te in the' south, tIhe pre.i-
1.'~' -! ;ir; e 'idd'l to rnal.f. Ne-w Or-
:ainsf the. final stop on h;; trip. 11%a
will IIh in NNew Orlk'ans on ;ix 20;th
InFwtant. Af:t-r the corr.monll s In that
i.ty he' w:ll go aboard a ruiiserr (f
ihl. (*:e v.land tylp aind makl the
jmnira y from New Orleans to Wash-
I KIton 'by water.
itinerary Partly Changed.
In the making of this new and defl-
ni'te arra!nget:eit It was found nec-
,t.sary i ,-eart to) rarrarng' thfe lin-
i rary as it hadl heen; made In a tenta-
t;vo way. The presli it. will lc-av
Wahrington on thu IMth instant. As
flr as St. AugustIne, .Ila., the trip
will hiv inadel as previously arranged.
le ::I St. Aiiu ts 'tin ti(*he pre'.idpnt will
1o to .lMoIlI', ix l, wl of to HiIrmiing-
han. ns pr'vioumily n-hvlultd, thence
to 'liils gev and flirminghlam.
From Alabama lihe will go to Little,
Rock, Ark. Thire the' party will Le
diHinu(rd. their pretsldilllt and Secre-
tary lso.)b going to New Orleana for
thfl (e re:ionir n In tliat city on the,
2;:t:h iHnstant and the rimalndler of the
pIarty r turningg froi 1.1ittle Rock to

It I a ote t hc*a l a rie rt nini ll'l d'I efnl'-
Iv y't! wTh t V'isel t.he l,.re, .dlent VIwill
er ( hn Ills rituri i triple) to Was iilngon,
liut It Ipro)i il,:y wl;l e' the (t'hi v ,'lanil,
T'I'lt' ina or (;ai, stoain. Inl c d'liiing to
ou:uie tIo \Va.sh i:. o; bhy H li Vt v,';ts illleiiIncf it by his ,le'-r'
nif it lto coni in' ol Illic t itn oli y W I. .',
I' la'h lie qitu .lu:' re ', 1 r !ntioloti s of tl. '
Ao.i 'f. 4 r st aI r..
Announcement Chccrs City.
A N r ,V ( W; ll .lpa l : 1 ,l 1', .'

1 -11 S lirC'sl().l ;0 .P *W ( )I :,;f.S
I I Ili f I'f itr t il 11ll .1 I i teo l I II lil; It
i ill s' l ipr r ;llli, i .;';ti la i t' li 1i ,il I it
i, I* .;n r ,Il ;!.-, < a, !l *, ,..i\ ,** fr -,I
1' ill11 '() I I !' : i !o 1 t :' ;
oil Ir Sv lo l., *'1 i ; :s ls 'f'sre ti!l ,: i
< I' th i pI r r i it i'il .
Five Cases at Pensacola.
i\'Is e #w i 4 t*'" c i1' f %v%\ r r- t -I
srt' i'l s I I 'l'ri ut'''l l 1 l to \ o' '0t( k
M.11ln at) w ith i( lu d, Ia th. I l'ti l :!*' !th
,. ;i that of a ilay o! I inftiran, whi,' i
llotth'r wagitS tnln ldown with f.V'er
tw\o adnys leifor, the chlll's Iiirthi.
(;trai difficulty Iis biing vxperie'nri'd
by their health auliorithriltS in getting
prompt reports of fevur eases and
th, officials are nearly worked down
Ila an effort to cover the groundrl
Situation in Missiasippl.
The' Mlisisslppil yellow fver sum-
riary Moindlay night was as follows
. N'ltt lh'Z,. n'hw CVaSei-, 1 1; deatlihs. 2.
i ',w fo l,. ., o; i)i' ate It avi') d i ity
initsll ; liTm ii t e'atihs were tnE'i row's.
.M\Iesms i lnit tI' I I S rantona. n11 tie.v
(ateM' ie il,:i' t l V'lelsl);ir,l. k ns '.v
';ls' C, 4; ';ith li 1 f'w CiT' s e In
'co nll (;ilflf orl, liew an.i;'s. .;
':; ith,, itit ; in) : now caso"I at .Mis
- ;ss-'.'pill l' 1t or linndtlhoro. Port -oi). ','w i ns-'., l3: denl s., ; now
' .i'.'" in <' *tII,' y, 2. lamlburg, In'
Iiw 'qi"Seq ci' o n Itth. No r(e;,ors frouni
Uix;e. llarrison and lRose'tta.

P(ACI HAS SV41010N Or J4PA'.

Six Months More of War Werl Ife*
Sreght itiemis1 WeesteaT.
A Toko peeplal *ay: Neotwithatan.
ding the lume of rfte government
the real fact is d* closed that Japan
made poe e at Pmonmuooth th fear of
a Iftuas tat bIuiadowe.
lThe wr proved more eostly thau
had been ealentted and the rice mad
cereal eron seemed deemed to tall-

Six monutts more of war would
have meant very ard times, for the
manses of the peopte are very poor
amd rice ia their bread and meat.


tr hr PtWpwe of |ii bes' lw and
(fWlrt Sn. whon It Io w'Pth1 only a
llptl mme tham evP mMi mafor the
ptr~ee ofa iumtion.


floit of AMieged Grafhters Aeigned is
Court at WhMfkee.
Thirty-eight Indicted officials
against whom are hanging 172 indict-
inents returned by the last grand Jury
went before Judge Brasee l the mu.
nicipal court at Milwaukee Monday.
and entered plea. t nearly every
case of not guilty. Included In the
lst are thirteen former supervisor
eleven superitora:. three members ol
the fire department, two newspaper
reporters. a state senator, a state as
semblyman. an alderman and an ex.
alderman and nine bus aess men.



Failed to Haive Paina Ab atcmet
uStaanea ad Most Pisna Cisc
in the Curt.
At CMaeago, Friday. Feduusjl Judge
06es J. Humphrey xwalakad the do-
ujwufarerlI.,Jby Ualodsw &&4& amIejai
Att'aney 90Morwsou to te lo& Ini
ubstemnent xmide bi PwAcers to have
11jdJi-MV~tA forsalweged reetulot de
ckw.rd voi4d. Judge HlutWireg maIdnel
uAW14 djg ieoun on broe4 groUnds
'Withow Utakig 1"a W0s44ratica
litiohuleauu~es whkA hbe DLW~Wernme
advwx~ed agalmer bae P;&& In abate,

k isn)bk(y that the jury for the
trial wIN lhe drawn &L.ouet the middle
of Ociotxw.
Ahr~w the decision had been given
the dvfmding "vW.C V tsild so
ainf-vid the, four,,h pieja y r*inaie,--
Lon of tiae word -for.' This met
with rerlatance froini the districL at-
tortioy, bix t tao uxwt jrozwued that
it tl!(o kL W,18 (~A on LbLe Point hie
wtjtid allow it. The goverunment is
wi( to fear a trick In the Inbertion
1of the ont word. Tlw- d-a&aiEr attor-
IP(oy rrmi'0'l that the dcklenua~s plead
to :he indoleLmerlt.
Onre of (tae polots in the pleading
wAtlhich ~jv*cd oonfIdci-WAh at tca-
thlon and vse)jh *bc ouxrt declared had
giwvn 1.ni some d11Bcba-S was in Pe-
pard to tbe right ofjudg'e R. H.
P1LYEt01 60 opeieI' ethe return of the
lrdirctri,mo't. It wsA a agued by the de.
f' nse that he wase sitting In tb.x east-
ern u14d-lv:n yof the o m.t~ttesn district
of Illinois and rf-retlvoecl an indictment
VW&td In the miorthern divisi onrf tiw
northern dlectr~c-t of nv.~no~s.
IT~ho 'district attorney deakpw-d thaz
tf the law of Marcti 31, 1905, was
ronfitrut-d against him wxtntiorm
there wasm ro court., no judge and nio
r('tiirn Of tie inrlietznuA. f7%e coart
etrrprixed almost Vwayroeswhen he
roar! from P're'slice'rstRoope'vat's mes-
sqage in the Corng e~ioD.1i reCoM f
last Nryvemcxer In w~ish ift Is docelar.
vio that .Tndwe )elkieft WM poirltet
an a ir~rce'sor to Jmig. (*. C. Kohl-
rxaat. promotedi from j delIatiI&cwrt
to The Per-!itt court.
Thin promotion Rave Jndw geBethe-L
Mhe right to aevvlf Itt i' rtE(W of an
lorllctinent In the (V i eh~riet.


In State of Georgia flivd by Board of
Two hottrds iof s t~wm!MUn yale
1. '! r re ';-fr's F'r'.lay to ti' e o 11'ro1-
sI' (e!it if (er '.fIXlrV the vaiI-
''i'ut'1in wiri'*frath *m0P4,rn Yilrali".
V~~iV i~0i11,hi S(-alvPfYMFI .b I~ltpo will!

laI ?1.E eitsIntfe for l9':.
A ~it veettil, iif fth... fr."hMf
I he"-n ,IRf1%w'rr W1011 I ?nef itfn (1
'I. jsfi~ ryrir%, lni tit N 11I~10 Nv41

5. jeii' fi'7 I ?te"Mx'" ) iiiqMrMV .P.) l.l
t1fl.~T V1114.W M$'~h I) ..Ir

TV10fthe 'Pouflwvn ihoim CFr'mrW(rl n
vi!trtttI n I"s nM4uw-Rn"?t of

11,10 IIIS1w14.fitw' Mrtt Rw ieIRK downi
F17l A11i r trtlvi~5 Alt4 l~rme'tvWt eras-

me a new nterktt Nlfe. It certainly
Is a joy to be well airat." Name tlveu
by Postr Co., Battle Creek, Mchb.
Read ibe little book, The Uoad to
W'elhil!,'" In ea i *&tk

"Wat and wherta is Cow,-1?"
"Cowos I' a well lnown wateriap
"There, I kt.w it"
"Why. I auked our m',rkmaan where
In the world he got that milk, and 5*
said from Cowes."-Cleveland Leader.

McFlub-Goi4 borne hi tmat condl-"'
.!on? How In tSe word do you ex-
pect to makq peece with your wife?
I>Ltush-awy, my boyah, ea4y, I'm
prepared to pay a b a1etantlIl ndemB

A'Xuutip 09tyIIIu"twivilit l.rie b rpews
liomi.eWith Kloinity Uewisuess.
Mrs. :dary Cogitn. 20th St. and Cleve-
land 1ke., Kitista City, 51o.. .syst:
-For years I
V liv riiundowi.
wie ik, hIIat'lend
So:-e. -.ie Lid-

%veti-4 i~tuol)fre-
V t rieua
(!I- 11-Y rtrfeit
Ipmy uankles
wi'!iheyiy ert
a 6 Zlto10be-
bland. Iloctarx

i Ut I l :~I) I

RIs (I iuy r: Iiq, q n-1 The reuoi~etly cured
me if' Stthat jve;v %-II evs't eeu t erl s'Q iltire,
un hadlve'~c ii lltttI a no I tbx bytthe first In
~tie thatiiitits riut Iprema1]tiIIurely Wrxi."
Kohl by- all deale're. 54) cenits ai tuz.
Ituster-11.1burzi Co., litralo, N. Y.

Franirp Ms 3 (145 mi~'e of canfl~i
aril4 665 of rivers improved for pur
Po)es of navlgalion.


Scalpli itnov Ctirc'tl 1ev (wel ier,& S1)pavnnt
(tua aaiaet Aher. Ali Elo. Foliti.~I
''1 -1 wr i~tlit di a thur i:: i-
trni~ art I s1COf Iiir that rive rme a greiit
dilal I),~~'iy~i'' Aittc-, i:jel.Ii.e-s-tialel.
1frt- Ii ith ii i. i)'rrinmed (-:i nd I cahied
ha111 tcan ICt, ii'tnr~eud m Imi u lito try
tn~t~rI ivii a:iiia ii.tl ost flut. 'I he tiunicor
'ts'a, iiir'e-d ini.t sebirt time, imy hair %%.is sre-
atoorci l uam -Atby As rvc:r, An c an gandy
*ay I hs'tvc iinctLc ten entirely free Iron&
ally v ilrt her ALI1fl,AI-11'. 1A41111i AWA).is .4'AySu~
'aL ira i'ip, iiI Ikecl) the 4hOxintent
wo i, o tiil os Lusr' amea rirssi, )a 'r the hair
arish P f Ie i~ncl) YrcuI'k, ituscliu, 213

Isn't Vcry HoL
It hI.Pi b flc imy f'trtuneo t ()vi:;! t
'xeof the' hrottf ost .ices J.iaAnierica
at, Ili( hottrst petrisxi of thoI:Iyear; and
th t"r tsrmay 1hi' ere iiilouti when I
f:ty Thait I hayc' h'v'nvastly morer'un-
es tntfcrrtnhl(-Ie n Pfltoron,New Yorh,
PJ1,HvllphIet.n. Pctc. i r \Washing-
if-,r In suniix'e~r than I 1t'''avv i't Yr'ia
oir 'Inttw I in-gt (1 the' Mehlta', Uail-
P r -rii chr' tie vrts, or any (Of
I.' I'r('i~ 1' :;limy"?e~r sI:!-t. r that
r, 'te-,i 't v .vin xn c,' r'rnl I Iat'fromt
a, ro tt Ix s :- n~- do xs 11, (-.:im.
'I re'r*.il e ')tV'ri71t, a r'c t:,lurnnft at
I'~ ~ ~ ~ ~~l, MoeIIs e'i l'\shave-,

It~sllr'. r on the I('P'r, t~ile whert wa

fnr'(l ijtv ly d ry 5:1.1nat night the
('ia ri-,; \e r'' t 'ot a iIaxIktot might
l's' rcr itilret!f, ltiti ro giving one an op-
portunnity to re'culp(rai.0 which ig not
niwayq th- eatse In the groat cil~es-a
Country ('alenlax.r

"N'ow i-'nt t~st pteak a P'Irtei
prwm '-'*acked Ms.Noower!.
"1!0,oiild -Fay rather a rtixdv 171

lu'titahnd. g~x!jyrly Qsrl1ikg the ua~r.

A wt::ht; xitur From Now .Jceraey ltit lint

S~ ~~~ t-: I Isrii' I i ( t i, in'~t .'t

'x'r* 'nl~9iu;'*Vn~rq+~;,U~'-I -too *'. :.*4' Al~I S.' t* -0 9 01W m* ,- 'r .- w -w. a tV IA N0 q

TI 1 li



Eig is Pcol rormid by Men With
npMdjoos of Cash.


of tp- -z ctol tXse Uo p oiad
of StapVc- -September Crop Caadi*
tion Shows Deline.

Frank B. Hayne, the noted cotton
bill operator, remarat 6 to New Or-
.leUas Sunday, after a three monto
abscauc on the floor of *be Ne
York cotton eashange, declared rtha
the bull poY, now operating to raieu
the priue of coon is tLe riebtst pool
-ever organized In America, and Is
amply able to do what It has set owt
to accomplish.
Hayne's statements rgwrding tim
rool have broken the Wmjetery whlh
surroutinde-J the new aggregation wlich
expects to Iut o tton At the top notob.
heretofore the groateet seerecy habs
been maintained regarding every deo-
tall of the pool's personnel and
.movements, and even Mr. Hayne wu
not roady to give tt.3 wbole matter
to the public.
He s:ateJ, however, that the pool
was not composed of southern men,
although many New Orleaba men, he
-declared, are very btllish on cotton.
Mr. Hayne would not admit that he
was In the pool himaelf, but stated
that 'hs idoas were In line with the
Ideas of' those In the deal, which
was that cotton is cheap at the pres-
ent price, and that during no month of
the coming year will the staple sell
for less than 10 cents.
Hayne estimates the crop at 10,500,-
0000 bales. 'The demand, he says, wtI
be enormous.
Crop Conditions Show Decline.
In its monthly cotton crop report
Saturday the New York Journal of
Commerce makes the condition of cot-
ton on September 24. as rompirted
from the rejp"es of over 1,000 corre-
arpondents, 60.4, compared with 72.4
a month ago, or a decline of 3 points.
This compares with a condition of
69.9 for the correspon-ling report tn
1904, 67.S in 1903 and ,4.Y In 19('".
A th(iee points decline !s an ex.
coeding,y mo.l rate one for Septem--
bOr, the (wC'r(3-se for the ppet forn"
y,,ars as repc(r+ted lry b.1 Journal of
('om ,n rce I -in- 7..' in 1I ,4, 11.S :n
C. r in Il'' n 4< ,.7 In IL",.
Mo-lIrate> dlf:trioration 'eeirurri-l In
:11 sta':, -. (x, ept in i.4Irtia na:il ()kla-
wm1 T'i rrrit('ry.
')or lt. .low rn in r'ss,.- points ')o 7:o.';. uj!i ( )l .a a:i *n-
C Tr .. t:\ ,." ;. 1 .1 t(, .s .7


General Paissenger Atjcnt of thik. It. Ca nd
1. Rmlewca, wes ifer 10r41.t.
1 3It r -1 h't ~~r('F Ur.in f-

S I yra,,, t-, cFSoc1ety'vWm4tu.nh1 to li
f;o-r4g4' Mo)1m, n. w 'gi'au'rrl ;ia.~-"(
get ragent of the Miss4ouri Karrsp
ami T x~as railroad. Mii;. Sr-aguo fiiwud
V-wif e at Morton Pliortly afttour mtul
rMght FrdAmy in Mo~ton's strtorraok
g'hvl in the rww of We rsuldenee.
Iler ently Mri. S'pr'wue's buishentl
. olrta~nu Ii a dilvor'cefrom Iho, trD3ngT
Miorton as ewappondmtt.
Rqegirdling tier ant~erflptW) 1(111Mor-
ton, Mrs. Spraryle ow."r:
"I trio 1 to fcw-r'ep Mm to t-i~e jx
home and ho ttsvr'k ino.'. 14. vs.m
fiarto'u. I fh~r7irt hoe 4itr',loi.lfit)
:.iutrr ':.rue. As I P-vw-As frvn the
;-or.n'- I re ov4u(Z~,4 r* ttho p: ,w l aupl
crw it. I tfr'-Atl ?w r'e' t? 147. I
12i!-i:. I was c r.17Y W1411'1)3 1,IM
mi: w o:) ai 01144 'Wr."

tE.qree-% (c nfrrreeion Pe-o. fenvveyq
Tb e 1 o2'1r.ry ';-Too o't tl#o,-(Y it f
jawvs h;::.; -cit'ne'onf'orr-wi I bVy(')y:npr~a
t ;1 t~' oil von1'aroci Konrn~a ad pr-
gluts \V. ;:v e', 'beenior pwwnee phonipo-
tentiarues Of J~,,an and kuseSLa

030(110 T0 #WI OftSTVO(NTS.

c. sCowt krae.
4 Ast a result of m attempt by a
a'owd of RWtoGm to bmaak up a ew.
ml J eompmy ehowbg at madson,
VAtS., mayor ourus save Wwlen so %be
pobes to eboat mp stdotIgsWafng
aemU orQamm~ewingUn .
Prdesiat Vaubbe of The no*tatel.
're~lgy urged Oa ffs mand courtsto
otow no i*Srliimiion eg*tusvia~-
4pftR tsAnja iad he riald erpel evezy
vmrrdent coUvkI#ts4?niiqF suspethd all avrewtG



President Roosevelt and Family Dut
From Oritet Bay and Arri Sa fely
in WasUhington.
With the cheern .ad good wat ul
Ms neighbors and friend fo UowiUn
him, Prsident RooeMvUt. bta vacA-
tho ended, left Oya40 r Br at 1 J
.'dckt Bat urdsay morai for Wa.h..

by' *1e residei MI tIe ia s town
wus notable.' Tbhagsft me visUse,
residence aad busisOe bGedinga
wae decorated mad Andrr a auuet,
over wI*kh the preidamt pased to
the raJilroad station, was llkug wth
large American flag t IntervaYls cf
twenty feet. At the raslroad, over the
entrance to the waiting room. a white
dare with outstretched wings perched
on an American ahbiid, had been
ltuc'ed. 13,oeath this emblem was the
one word "Pa ce." Tto uaolo wv"s
ontwinod with the uatlicul ookora of
ln m!a ani JapA)n.
At t'!e st.itiki hundrf!8 of tho
neighbors and aoqua ntai>es of the
Ivr,-'1dent and his family had oeacnm-
blod. Scores of school children w*ro
motmed about the platforim, each wav-
Ing a little Amenrl-an flag. Wfttin :;
'part of the platform which had been
rope- off to enable the president and
his party to reach the train were
twenty young women attirod it witeo,
trimmed with ribbons of red and btu'3.
As the pree;den< boarded the train
they sang "God be with you M11 we
moot again."
The president was accemipmked to
Washington Ly Mrs. RoosaveTt and
their children Ethel, Archie and Quen-

I Owetary and Mirs. Loeb, who have
i been living at Seawanhaka Yacht
clnb, on Center Island, this summer,
were ob:lged, on account of the se-
rlous illness of Mrs. Loeb, to go to
Jersey City by water, making t''ie
trip on the naval pacht Sylph. On
the trip to Washington Mrs. Loeb wais
under the care of a trained aurse.
Thousands of his fellow-citizens
turned (mit to welcome the president
to the national eapt:al Saturday even-
ing anrd made his homecoming the
occaa.(s for an ovation from the time
he wua sighted on the platform of
his car Tnn:l he phmm ld within the
;ors of the white house.
TIe )prPiid(ent wae touched by theb
wirrcwrno, and 'eprci tanoity.
"iLt wna awfully kind of them to
mn",,e ou" ti) g-.'et me," he, rernarkeod
to poirn friends at i o white house .
a". I T was d~~'py touclhdc by tlie:r

A rtnietir (-vow Il in:' +'. th,' d( (po( ('all ;:L sight
<.f tl., ;r, :i,'l' whih was taken ii
-y t.e (: O,,iUS oults'il ( of tho1 tatil<
rni : i I. 1 a:',.g th line as t,

'':, 1 1 t' r -' 1 1 / i . 1 .

'*', ', ,* : r. cA : 1.,' r ,t. i' h I l i.W
4 i ".:i,' t .2., ','- I. .' rthla; 41l !,4l ;],i, i'.1.
:,t1 r,.s for hi.i aIt.- tr;p. ainld topi p .-l
t', 01:1 ':o, 1,!L- hauil.
"T1, i:e ';lilt'ut frir.quenrly arose, asu l
S., to thr ,,! i <,leriing crowils on
loth sit s of the avenue and during
the lat:tr part of the drive the "hur.
rahs" I.(c aine o enthusiastic that th i
lpr('ident stood most of tho time. Mrs.
ItAxw-evelt also was greatly p4eas~d
with the greeting, and her face was
ramdait as she blx)ed rkit ad left.

Another Vessel for Uncle Sam'- kwy
Glides eflely Ito Hter Ilement.
In tie pr' ':: of a dihtlngrtilnt h
party off gue st, the lbattleo ship Mis.
'' N 'pp! was :' 1ne"4 -',, tlirda.' at 't ,
i nrs I: .i:e ,, l iutlint phila.
Th," -'s."!',s r;ost)i r w|, Mh.S Ma-
I*1 (';!r- Mo:N ey. dau;gh r of 1'nitdt
St.its S.7';'.'r .Mon'.y. wingg to the I
.r'v'.;(ncei of o|l)ow fe.v',r in tho
uv",,ti. (oy)vrnor .1. K. Vardaanin )f
%ios'fdp; i anJI h~ s t:.tff were unable 4
to att'end the hnr lirng.


Sheslnat 1Vorimm Points of Infotion~e
Rtowoded or Wedooodov.
"s Mm~maselbPI yellow toyer wrum
mawy Wednesday night wA fat,

Ikw :

mainbag--One now case, one OsIns,
*love OWNe.
Vsck~b"- F7TeDow euem. ftw
Notcheee-Throme uw cisc,
Gulfpov-Far now a&$".

misstsippi City--Oe onew cam.
1'ow-t Obion-Lobe new cme.

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Murders and Burns Seven Children,
Dying With Them--Husband and
Father Suicides From Grief.
Mra. Clarence Markham of Camn-
brid'e, near Rock Island, Ill., in a
fit of temporary insanity, Saturdyv,
killed her seven children with an axe',
after Ahich she placed their bodies
on a bed, saturated it with coal oil
and set flre to it.
Shelio then hacked her tl.roat with a
knife and threw herself on the burn-
ing bodies.
She was rescue, but was so badly
turned that she died uoon after she
had made a confession.
The eldest was nine years of ago,
the youngest a baby in arms.
Neighbors attracted by the smroke
()f the turning dwellings rushed to th*'
rez:,cuef and founil Mrs. Markham cov-
Proei with bl)ool il indly l.,ino.l.
i3tr':y a:,l to tell her sturv, sheo
at firwt declare l it,e crime h. I bu
c)r.i;n'.;ti id byL t a range lniani bu',
':.'r wh nri t!i. shriff axrrtv ,t. r,."
::.,, ;If ' ti l i l i |in. I \',.'l ; i
tf,; Ir.; : ,h f ir e, t iI ..l i .n ,, at
fir it.< 1 11 r tory \ 1'. s ,
fr' f. ll i 'f t !i' th ,r- 1
,';.r! j v, l.} .1., ii t ry +' v ].
". Wxs t "1 t. I' 1 ? i 7
'l:r, ;," '.: ; ' ;n tr '. ,''

; r.t i .
I:1 h(r .1.'. i 1 f'i.,'y ),.l st.

Fl ist t1 1. \ N 1 '111, < .,,! tl t ;3i t c
l;l; ]; 1.,.1 ,41 ; t j; d i hLl ,_;'. ; t )1]. 'r4l
I.i' h, r ('1 n.. ;i. bUt ,on 1 4,! to 1:l

t.on (of t f,'w isiu .i4, (o0 e1,f s. I I tit
0.e had (eonjiittu'd the i 'I
DIurling the t!ie of thet shRrlff '
inqi:lsltlon. p Markham lay gt:cj.
ing feebly !n the yard (4of her horn,
whMe biside her the hustiand and
father, who ,ha'd I on caloel from hia
laoor, m. unra'I pl'eous!y, his att(enti)on
'livl -1, 1 beI, w en the, waC au ii and tno
3lia111 In th t.eart rf wikh reipr+t-.'d
<" tJ'>l< ;io of !.1 litU e o .r1 s.
The iir' ,..rr :it ,*xplanatomns of thi
m ., r ri' th, k'lvy at the, point f)!
r, ?!' f tl: *I t< < '.:ablilsh tfny r,.'ur n
for t.4 ', 4 ,?'. It it tbhou ;''i ht w, vi r,
IaL 1 Ti,: e<.;r iif woAly had :;i-
hM'':' r r ii ) I.a!.* -'If rd .y nigh' ("r .renr e J I
il r'::ui;rn. hutbanI and father of the
v4";:ni-. of the tiai:i.dy co:nm itte'il f;t:l
el!0 by I hrviTIrg .:r'.'.of aftor tyng
"t r :" r r. t. r : h| c'. r Tk. so l t h it
wo;i7 chok' hMn) to dl t)Q builot fail(' of Its plirposo.


Pkwrm am..eb W64o SBova d to "so

Ns &Au amoqvetic mW4 wva~ku
of uojm d, wbbob td In IPA"
MWIO. 0090WQUWC19w of lue bAf-
It"s woor mt iuda a
- Rogte. ,wbdick m-ting a o
gra dolW s te a I an o
me yv iva off a*.7 6
me v opasm---
to rwbftaf'm piliia
yp w61be vatwpm. at DoNo.

Louisville and Nashville Railroad.


(In Effect April 10, 10C5.)

rIver Junction and Pcnaacola.



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

1o:coa t:10p) Lv Rivor Junction Ar 12:15p 7:?S!f
1 ) CO, 5;21p Sjenads 12:02p 6:57M
11:.2a 5:332p Gran RI.dlge 11:52a G:40a
11:45A 5:3sp Cy ress 11:43a G:30a
12:14a (:top Marlanna 11:25a 6:00O
12:3;-a G:lsp Cottondale 11:07a 5:30a
1:04p C:37p Chipley 10.47a 5:00a
1:27p 6:5Lp ronifay 10:30a 4:33a
1:49p 7:12p Caryville 10:16a 4:0Sa
1:55p 7:17p Westville 10:10A 4:00a
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon 9:57s 8:40s
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:44a :18ls
2:45p 8:13p 3Dp Funlak Springs 9:35a 8:03a
3:33p Deerland 8:56a 2:00a
4:00p 9:04p Crestvliew 8:38a 1: 3e
4:10p 9:12p MJlligan 8:30% 1:2Qa
4:33p Hollt 8:15a 12:55a
5:26p 10:05p Milton 7:39a 1t:58a
6:32p OGalt City 7:358a 11:3S0
5:43p Happ 11:30p
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uabtle iiiforiatioan I).rtiaining to diseases of the
huinmanii systntI, iowiii how to treat and cure
^ with thfP simplest of medicines. The book con-
S taiAns unallris of courtship and marriage ; rear-
* ing aindl management (if children, besides valu-
ablio prs', ription.s, r .citpos, etc., with a full
S co0i p)l.i<'ent (of f iets, i i material medical that ev-
Serv<,i'!, sl o tlt knw.
"'its lil oit iiili.,.risail ndjunct to every
Vw -oll-ril;nit-t Said. to fill" ,N.lr,-s o r(.cip)t of price, SIXTY
^ C TS. Addri f*ss

ali Central Ave., ATLANTA, GA.

-^^*ctte~, U@E*OEABY1


Old Kemper Livery Stables.


68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.




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manufacturers of and Dealers in

Prices and Specifications upon request.


It is wAdiI' iji'-r AIS.'CJLUY.i (I AW~jXTEM, Analif yftu aa'u not
eurn'idyoiur druggisti.will rimfutid your js.wwy. bimlo. aui La l ast".-
low*aa kvaprul, :. od by all drugglots fo~r W a'coutoor k.ottlot.
Xu*am, LMLss~o, 'Lai. Aunm)Amsurt, Turns.

41 South Forlytb St., Atlanta, Ba.

FoMlable sad Sleateluary
Engines, Boilers,
Saw Mills
Oompl to ne Carr.od to snaoo /or
MeS M ihinery. Iwel Prik*s *id iea Terms
Write us for cataloXue, prices,
etc.. before buying.

*3-& '3L SHOES
W. L. DouglaT 4.00 OOlt Edgo Ltno
cannot be equalled at any price.

$1 0,000 "MUUMT91.tw"40
W. L. Ilooglas SA-00Owsheshow* by the*r en-
salienit styl.e.asy fitting, sOd o wrer Weg~f
It h world. Th~ey Welust sneed as
difference Is the prks.. It Icould take yea Into
Imy ctorgr at Bhomakon, Rases.,the Wsrvet Ini
teWarld visdee gon utoo makisng...sn" int
"des show em thetwe "' lob whbheaevro
petrl lass l mae yavoulel eeollite
[tau sc.0 wo,'UPXG wethe beetl
VW= suthe WO
dh~1s~j.;j'*r '5MThe dgiareeee belleethe
I""Mesmde 11i factory sand thoeseoft othwe
pee.you wee Idcedeftf@Md Why Itn..1&0
Cg"'Sph~east mere98mae, g.wbY they ~
r fIt bo .Wear ~ lomfor. ad aftsee(.I
fMNMF iolatillsome vulee (baa may 6ether 9)5
I e nthe makettooi te y.

GAUI~sk beltitilo. .Noon* 51'iioloah
Vlthtttiihis flamie .iMA1.1105 siniti-wi a~ia lauio-.
U.L.Ihuglies Phaiooewe imaei't ol'l. Fl"llWii'-At
sasph.seoa% t" gof .A li ts ai.&iU won r"'Ju A
POS 00esUi400 11O S 001Sedi Eheq UNO5NOW heoWAmj
Wqitleforl etuastroim f'atnllaa aif r lP4VIN36~r
W. L.LIMJ4LA 40lmm.kion, LMos.

pow4w S ol "a udIn p"',
--IF 0(i awaulffi, l11"m akw

Tile"a mwsad606h I of Wmectle" Pro&.
Two a. PsARTmON 460ASY S'ro..?.. d, a.

AAam hiong his hatont 4mt1nail,1.
"Oh. Adam, CrW tie fright-eitne
spouse, "there was &ambaqu~ kvlok-
Ing nmu ammo ad estdvWon Wass-
Ins little Cain."
With bitter team ft.y resived the
ofte so~ rwas &Wood to e *n4L
v No York Dma


Block Island.
lliock Island Is rrasmsy gron arse
thor, are no makes there. The (eil-
tin residents of Worcoter, Bouton and
P'rovlde'nro have found this out and
furnish moit of the sumenir visitors.
The natives are the ptireint of New
Englanders. There are about 1200 of
Mackerel are now running. The fish-
ormen gEt throe cents a pound for
them. Swordfish, the next great
catch, fetch four cents at the dock
and about $1 per pound at the hotels.
There Is a grave marked 1487 In
thp ancient cemetery. The birth-dato
-that of a woman-is of the year bo-
for.e Hhakeipit.mur died. The First
Citizen of Illock Imlaril wan born theo
y)nr of Hhakemlsar,'i' d.ath anrd l ivd
to bo 102 yearm old.
n'l rnn Ilivi and dilo n the son.
I"IOHt In might of hornt. and lovol
one '" IH t li ne on ai recent l'iih.
Modern I wr-f-ki, arr of Htiwl vvmalq4
rial tIh y rt'fii. to hr.ril: upl. 'T'h r,.
14 ltlltlo in a wri'.t k rn', wn'llnyt >for t.'i
l)iiditlafct ,xropt ,xclt. .trn.nt.
1-' .r traint.'ior'l itlori n1l inlarnd ;, tli;
ltf N,-w York. It willI int!'As to ht ,ro,.
v'nr:a hiai two of Hi. is. N'-w Yrkl

lMOM 1r)IRt.
M r-4. Ht-litt,.4 J i)in, tho-r,' n i t I .,
sin thle .(ff r.r'-'nt <. partlliiei'tn ii n \v'nAI Ai-
ln ;on. 1low doi l' ri< c :-r imi g ot It
si trilKhterif.d out?
Mr. Hstoih - 1.1, Maria. orno, nr
It Irv tfoo rrook,.d t Im) tralgh.-,nl.
out .--<'llI go N 'w .


-A ,.. u( m~t s'a--I
plad al delnrlders ofthp Nmewitaeh int
Iltw.II 8Or. b.. tl.h at ON /rl3tow55. ,1K. nahr,

Don't Get Wett I

wIul keepi ylaji dri s~i
rxhitg cl-,ue Will, hccau'ic
they rvthe Jl(ioucC .of
the best matcrials manc
seventy y >cari'ezjaei-
en' e ill rlAJnufjttur~ni;.


Dlamon. U.SA.
T"'WS VXMan 00,aLit
tusma&o. M

b's flrina Iiii Atlrs'ln M etAi .4o.'Wh""'- r. v,
pir'ul'ia4bJoW itti3,uarow, 'iileit.'iiaiiiii I'livinat
W146r"" alil is hnn'ua' 'vinilllpns. It y%,u
wont to ei ('Isfto 1)Atlauita aat-itr
p'. 4)311 10loa.

A shil,'uuuvh lilii ~ evvilia'..true,
R(~AM ',( 'a'lIlo.iunjpjAjjLtvaie. i'%*r I$be
ASIHI( %NTi' LofahAII'U ASO 1 ('O.
MKIICIA OUAl )t.Ii M -iloldg..VII,% n

'Ia~'L fl..ftmn'.w- V. o

(luitaias into y""nr nutw itee jriiA.
2IlS vw4it I M eguate-4a. h' (too
ehit'k.i n hertowl.
Y"IrsK hvraIe'--~cw' aartmi,4l. Is

betWt that kWm has oepant conw'iecne
Ia 1 011 1,1. .aOI k t~aulk~at.s Ttvno

Webse a- ParTne.
Webster was a sclentlfle farmer; ihe
heleyel thoroughly In the value of
blooded stoee. At Marshfield he had
a herd of sixty or eighty bend of cat.
tle composed entirely of thorough-
bred animals-of Allerneys, Ayr-
shires and Devons. He bad several
yoke of Devon oxen which were his
partleular pride. Besides, there were
blooded s eep and swine.
All in all, Webster was cr.-ldered
by his neighbors the best farmer of
the country. He was, moreover, a
friend generous and considerate.
There used to be a saying down
Plymouth way that a stranger oould
always tell when Webster was at
home by the cheerful leoks of the
people ten miles around-Oliver Bron-
son Capoen n Country Lifo in Amer-

FIT.1nrmilarn'onetlya-irral. No fltcnrn#r-crvaab
repi smafttar finial aln~v'.. it d- of Dr. Kline 'o,(Iraat
NoJ.rv#,Avs~orrr, t2tr-lsl I ,',t t ir.-lyvil treiamIlet. r1-I

IA iiirtii r ba. d tr: Ir! iiiiir w h~
him. ~ I',(a''laP ))T~' fr hiI'r.,n

A waran'o h~i' r t urto a ) 'rry i )#.t' is ar

I arn 4,1iro Oi'a Cro't.f-(',r C. w "i-vtilo'i~n ona
Tly i. lita, r''' y-''r, .: ."v- r. I Ii' ljA W (A Illi-
ILTO, ~ Atilldd' mt.Nor %ir ',I. IN. Ik.., laili. 17 lJIJ
'Ill. taints f ut I'ai .% WA 1:4 en W~igIICa
tell lounmit 114 ailect.

Ar.' iurtnlnt ii' killed I y ft(, cu atit -tsix aIror'q
bugar. It. i,4 alvo an r'icele'~t at AltliCk2~.
g~a rape vcititrarl, nrafie".giV~dCM 1-

ijo Nr MISS TH. S.
A Care PFor Plomneph Tvnu;bl*..A New
Mellbnd. by' Absorptlnn-Nu livuX&.
D~o Y ll ltt.('b ',
It ni1111131111 e nA'alt*nrnv-!i. Are -,oil
sfilivateai vith Slvirt i',rvatli. I fa,1aaSour
pivAsI Bu i ii' i i; .O11,% iu i! I I 'l i v gll ''bt

Jt-l ai Ir'i.ith or \Ay4l) a;-r "t',iniaah To'r.
tuna' !
I,#'t 'I" Ptald V-l 1 i M1'ria:I'i A~nti-
]b' :i 11 Naaiia1,4 Ira'v t ,ii'i r.' )wi tha~tit

N II O ins ~r l ,i Itl Iil

t 'ra lt i'i,#. W 11,11% '~'.NVIr
W ` i.4 an, Itl;'a, \'A r4 1I %.'4Ta'* T i Iaa\
lit 1%vtAfa. 1 111a1, 1''iv aithull. v 'i.a

a'''' I''re i i t' i ir
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I TIi I r I I T' Cti
i Ni ~~ ~ ~I'l I aaNIl'fea'I'~1

MI Ca e I u iiaii~~ai~a. 1 14' 11 am 'S i'I

Makers of the Northwest.
Their ono tira' In'connst.Aflt waitchi
for opportunity iinal their nile of hon-
;rIn roatp-ct foar every other man's
right to try. They laugt when thley
win. htat'ati~HivemceaeegIn Xa tccen'ftsfIi
country fle'E'TIot 1)49 tAk~lt t i) ls(rilolsl-
ly. They liugh Malo when they fail,
txecause fnillura' amid so manny oppor.
I tin I t ksivo hluid araaits. "Phay are ('03114'
;%ndtlIhvy tram'at thIr soial Jprotiloiani4
it t halr wlvi,'4' aiv.ill.Tita'$ a1t, 1 iJt Iiii
IS-11In tho'tai litirnirn cof plenty; theh'.
concutait t\V acitt of their ae'hilia.(a

TI., ., '':'. >rlk r -n<,;rnfully v ay)':
'Why shRalal I go west? I h:ive av.
<'rythilng that i worth seeing right
hireo In Ne'w York." Tot lils (t;i>
A Aniirl(ain ri't'iIs "Yen, everything
i (xcopt the 'nilt'l 'ltat Oi f America .
"You think vinai are tho whole r.t-
Ti n." tsiyn th "No," says ilh AnlmtrIi tan. "I'm on
a pl rt mi,.nl I hut I ln'ow i.y
Sill' tryv anil t p' ,r.irtntir,. 4 YYou don'tt"

Afghan w,',e n rid '* n cl reo'.y
rpn'iled p.'iaanqi!ns hbrne on th
e' ~i'' i f a a'', ,~p T e v c r.,,rvnr.tA.




Their Hard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting State-
ments by a Young Lady in Bosttn
and One in Nashville, Tenn.

All women work; some in their Boston, tells women how to avoid such
homes. some in church, and some in suffering; she writes:
the whirl of society. And in stores, Dear Mrs. Pinkhams-
Smlls and shops tens of thousands are "I suffernl msry for several years with.
on the never-oeaasin treadmill, earning itrretular menstruaon. MX bck ached-; I
their daily bread. had-blrvn down pains, and frequent head
All are subleat to the same physical u ;1 uI sAse woahldhardly
d:7 1 sound._ I oons two physcim
laws: all suffer alike from the same wtot relief, and as a last wort I tied
physical disturbano, and the nature of LydiaB. Pinakham'sVegetableCompoundand
their duties, in many oases, quickly to my surpriu, every ache Md pain left me.
drifts them Into the horrors of all Ignledtwmpoi -ndamiaperctbhealth."
kinds of female eomplalnta, ovarian Miss Pearl Ackers of 827 North Sum- -
troubles, ulceration, falling and dis- mer Street, Nashville, Tenn., writes:
plaoementa of the womb, leuoorrhomas
or perhaps irregularity or suppression Dear Mrs. Pinkhm:--
of monthly periods, cusinb ckIbk- "I mufer4 with painful periods, em
of monthly period caun ac bearina-down painS, pain acro
ache, nermvoaea, irritablity and tibo n. ; was very onerous ard iri
latitude. bu an my trouble grew wore every month.
Womon who stand on their feet all "My pyeia failed to help and I
day are more susceptible to those decided otry LydiaE. Plnkhams9Vegetable
dyCompound. I soon found it was doing me
troubles than others. |goA. All my ptins and aches disappeared,
They especially require an Invigorat- and I no lonytr fear my monthly periods."
lng, sustaining medicine which will LYdia E Pinkham's Vegetable Corn.
strengthen the female organism anud pouid is the unfailing cure for all these
i Lnble them to bear easily the fatigues troubles. It strengthens the proper
of tho day. to sloep well at night, and muscles, and displacement with all its
to rise refreshed and cheerful. horrors will no more ernsh you.
How distressing to see a woman I backache, dizziness, fainting, bear-
struiingling t'oearn a livelih-ail or per- Ining d)wn pains. disordered stomach,
furin her hoiiseholdl diltiei. whin her inioi)diue.si. dislike of friendsKandt society
ulci'k anal lnilad are onuhiang, she is so --all svrnpt rnis of tile onI cianse -will
tired'i sli cs'he i hardly (tdrai al.'it or be quickly dispel (ld, and it will make
Ht. id upii, an,' I t'ry inr iovi'li t itcauss you stroinrlf tnd well.
paii i, thn' origin o f whilth is duie toI You can tell the story of ynur suf-
So:rw gai:ii 'u fltl allvico fre.( of cost. Addires Mrs.
Mi,.. ". Orser of 14 Warrenton Street., l inkhalin, Lynn, Mais.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coapomuu Sacceeds Where Others Fal.

Price Lists and Color Cards Free.
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Will go farther and last longer if you
Insist upon having the Right kind of
Shoes. Your dealer will sell you the


If you ask him for them; if he hasn't got them,
they're worth waiting for until he pets them.

You can pay as little or as much as yc
For the moet for your money, buy "'

ST. LOUs9.j UL A.

;u want to.
R1 lur."



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To Mweg sM monsoy wrid.e*by low*merOhtent6so why rnot try itV l.. a"







~ ~d~i~ law3

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PrttyoitttPr-Surnrta ~tfDp C]

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T -TWMe L.O.. o wb T A M Y
TuHh tO AI Uot Of Oh Kbeh TO Us mmr-

J t&teSwua tee wlo POPOB ED N. C, THE OLMN O R.
E ia .^law ful t
r or t to t l state. -f e, to eSr t_3byd or ta s o*t the der "sgnL

-u"nt H d muc el. ,ards male rird, As d wrb hi- e by TIM poeta a
rU LU -toS .EA YT.u gb. M egax eegame, wa=e o tdf L AX*Coh40N mW .
ty: h.uk. cuck r b L t.. t i Pa vt "Ghe *Ioi mado

ann Spt aro hwp urri id aits woCmeerr or iouy bUado, and ofwhisk the
rle to the eqD of the nwIlro would sl, bker, oukin l i bt, egret or = Floia- s e .s te..nd V. Ss. as osla

Tbe eTetully and Worev w broke down, tr turkey, blue bird, pelican, buegret o rd, U ned Stas or fo, n country whver ne.
and visions of ner sopremey, ieh carrion crow, Spanidh ganet, gause r or cnvotet.
ain every walk l lte aOtme liUke the hawk, grsaound marf, wren, deco bid 0. L DAV

hoid apparition of the fevertoh brain yellow hammer, sp arrow pinie k. w uritob ha : ToAQSi
Booker, a doubtler the writers were nes of ever kind ad doal ra buiidin, son
somewhat in sympathy with hi The a lelatre amended the game o

race, to the Patronageof thepMrdent, be many who are liable to g t into so- n ^heo o t *Tol, ot-
theamplestof John Wanaaker at din- are ignorant of the w that violate it. pop oLhes ch at su.mner a proved b
amonwgST2dutweranetor pondbdrd,AoCL

ner w fshionable hotel at Saratoga, The law ln relation to the killing of tor M be "Gisor
postmaater ge a out to the table. "Section 1. That sections three (8) interetof this oiompany. To borrow money and
The Atlanta Constitution, in an ex- and gix (6), chapter 5251, laws of Flor- at*a um eotrs
haustive editorial, rraigns Booker ida, approved May 20, 1903, entitled an user, pa o. Sho o n -
thehospitality ofWannamakerandthe birds and other game, and to prescribe ta in pthe Statok, f r anS tato t r
social recov mtion of that occasion ea- the time in whcch carrion the may be hunted crpag or iosa erieuateo we tt.
corded him, while the ex-postmaster and to provide that a non-residents of operations herin matrm .d and whie sh owner
general and daughter are apologized for the State shall take out a license before a.eh stock or oblnitureman, toels, h- ise
on the rund that "theopes y knof asp ew not they shall hunt uch wild deer, birds or s armen ad t n d f
what there did, or words to that effect other game, and prescribing a penalty in monw or other p y, at a just luation. to
Booker Washington is complimented for the violation thereof, be and the be Aale the Boad of Dretors. And senwlly
with the statement that he is fully apo- samThe i s hereby amended ded the game own. po eases ssand pr av lands. To' act as
priced of the noro's statu the the South, follows: any of the ormporations allowed by tho sell.aw of
and cornizant f the inevitable disaster Section 3. That no person or persons F:ordu iand nt.epo ry to advance it inrats.
moralzation to arise among the igno- or shall hunt or kill, any wald turkey, Theo oun o0 o alb o inv e noro
thran t d presumtuof John Wn negros, who n ua Ignor partri of the in any part of th. i oe shereof 1hond tannr e vided bine e. Tn.
will become offensive through his inex- State, save only from the first day of cent of the ,aid capital stock shall be subeeribed
usable example. At the same time he November until relathe first day of March ** for boforf said corporation shall tranect
is credited with having hitherto discour- of any year. No person shall kill more anmyb yablese in. ortluedtor udd for, theockpur-
aged, by precept and example, the than two wild turkeys or more than chan of any property at a just valuaion to b
thought of social equaliter among the twenty quail in any one day aand no per- ed bs follows: othe or Foreign country a meetneverto the
whites for the negro. the school able t n shah kill more than five wild tur- (3) Interest of this a. To borow ony and
The Atad keyConstitution, nan one er- a nd six (6), chapter 52whch1, laws of Flor- eno roth exig t
money and sympathy from the Southoker ida, approved May 20, 1903corration, enassociatiotled an halTo subscribe ininfor, purchase, own. hold for invest-

white people, projected and conducted act for tomany shall sellose ration forf wild dle or otherwisesell. dispose of and me ad
for the elevation of the negro and his haeir hds t her or their possession for The buinof the corporations wheral bever conduct
better equipment to meet theo demandc- the tale in this state any wild turkey, ed by the followinse oicer: Prident, usVine-resor
to come upon him, is threatened with quail or partridge An person dent ope retry, resurer and board hile the owner
i f ractorf Theofte seof ecretaryand Treaurr may
permanent disaster on account o its or person, firm, corporation, asesoia beheldbythefor capieon. The numberofDi fot.r
presadenthe id social aspirations tion or company, violating any of the or money or tchaner properbyby-lawt a bust at notice tobe
SNow. Mr. Editor, permit a Southern provisions of this section shall, upon an t n th or a
Bookwhite man to enter an is comphatic promented for the violation thereof, bebpunisheand with a c e. ad otr cr. d

as to all the empty vaporing of nervous fne of not less than $2 or more than law. The directors shallow ected by stoekhoe laws of
persons, whose social standing must in- Sec00 or be iThatrisoned in the county r at nd necessary to advh ann m etts Interests
to befall them, consequent upon the do- shall have In his, her orally by P drctorsession, or v .

deed bm l quite insecure, that ears should jail not exceedng sixty Idays or less The aunt ofd thecapital stock of the corpora
arise within them whenever a white than thirty days. Inss. f the sockholds00 shal. be hei d on thive hun
man hobnobs with a negro. Section 6. uahat all persons who ny part of this re d sha of November of llar eabut such date
Society, like the markets, may be re- not citizens of this State, before hunt- of the said capital stock h a be subscribed
lied on to regulate itself. The several ing for the purpose of killing any wild I ael thereater. The subcrib incorpoporation shrators
grades of character will find their places game in this State, shall apply to the shll meet on r.tAl Monday of Novemiber, da 6. at
in the social as well as the intellectual clerk of the circuit court for the county a.m. e for oureo dptins by-hiws nd f hoedinr
order. "Birds of a featherto disock to- the said non-citi proposes to hunt in mo rstannuabl metinA,l of eiectinr offers and corm-
gether," and precedents herein are in- and upon the payment of r0 to the said pietinsitsor at a just ilthe reflected be
fuential only upon the cqualionsen the twclerk by the applicant, thand no per- ed by the Board of clerk shall u u ration at al be conducted b
governed. intellectual and moral imat isonue a perrillt to hunt in said county, the following uffcer: a. C. Gilmore. Prwident:
provement is the right of all moralmen, also as provided for in this act, and the i I. Davi, VAce-'rTen. 4. d A. r.
Tuskegee,* so/ l largely sporeta b kys in anonyar d The term or which e y d a id corporation shall exist.

irresprantive of race, color or previous ame rsonsall nt be transferable, and it sva l. b Spiner, n ine r of Drtor.ars.
condition of dervitude,d and whatever shall be unlawful for any non-citizen of A. s.
fitness the attainment of these qualif- this State to hunt in theirs State, without for The highest am o f t inhdbtedn or li be conducility
cations gives him will. in its legitimate first obtaining said permit, which permit to which this ciiiprationr .ha-l at any time subject
enjoyment, be controlled by the law of shall expire on the first day day of March ;tanan lat m1 AsI,*.
suppetter and demand. The highest and nextfollowintheis state ofany wild tissue. That he oow o resident 7
worth iest achievement of man edi the at- money collected as provided for in The nt. Secretarynd residurncer and of ubard of thrinee inor-
tainment of a character that attracts this section, shfll cor paid by the clerk reock ausbther s by eachre an re soun f
Divine attention and secures a Divine to the county treasurer for the use of ilmore, h el.diny in Taeaha umberof Diharec: t. 1.
commission,dent's social ar.d all human effort should the fine and forfeiture fund. Any of the or- avi read in Tllaws. bu 10 shat no time A (tobe
be directed toward the construction of on violating the provisions of ths se- hare three nor more than ninetk. The ardof
those characters among all the races, tion shall be deemed guilty of a misde.' directed by theb> I wa.
whose power sha'l advance Sud not re- meanor and upon conviction thereof c F. GILMO .with
i suchpowers. duties and term. as provided by by.

as to alrd the moral and -ntellectualprogress hall be punished by a fine of not more than law. e directors shall be elected by stod.
of the world. If there inheres within than $100, or be imprisoned in the ountyate annual mtin. All other F r d.ffice
the white man of the South a lt ntfears de- county j ail not exceeding 90 days. Pro- lessounpplied by themf Lat any time. Annual meet
et of bwithrain ortbody, oy reasonever a whict th vided That the day rovis.ng of this act Before the under shall be uthori. n-
man hobnobs with a ro Section 6. 'That all persons who are onlly appr F. C, Nllmbre o scDavir shd A.dl
Socithe black mane the aret, may be re-hall not citizens ofapply thiso counties having pehunt- pid annual tomeeti known the psame day mmedi.

loedw man shall outstrip him in the race cial for thame laws. Approved June 5.19y wi. i ayd who ereafter. he rerin instrument ars
t power and greatness, then ill he be.game in th State, shall apply nverally ackmeet own firlded that they of ned and ex-06. at
come a srvant of servania to his broth- Lat ope Vashe t for the anyur menTallahassee.ioned. clock
nthe t well the intellectual clerk court for countya... for rof i have hereunto by- et myand holding

er, and the superior minds which gain When leading physicians said that W. aeid ofirtal al a thins th day of lptem er. elee>.
the goal of supremacy will, with noble M. Smithartp ofplkin, la haerkd incura- lli JOHtiN E. PERKINeS.
piriet becoming the regal soul, be pa- ble consumption, his last hope vanished; Notiry puoicr s:alFC Glor dPet Lret:
preent isnd benevolent to his less fortu- but Dr Kind's New Discovery for Con- my com.vis,in expire [t d A. C. i06.
n, te brother And when the superiority gumption. Coughs and Colds kept him .Discharge Notice.
of the negro s demonstrated, ten, and out of his rave He says "Thi great OTIE ad Trearr F CEBY GIVE THAT a-
n rt viten,.acex p rviorC.Siller,arofDirectrs.

not nditill then, may we expect and wha leader shallsaved be unlmonth after th dat of ny nthe on citizen of t pubic.
ship in social functions, my life Since then I have used it for which thirds I wirmshall at amy n ountime subjto he
enjoyment, be controlled by the law ofsanr"e s y.dcounty J ud .

The fact that now and t ghn a ditnext following the dateonsider its issue. That ART.
wo ti.s ci eve. men o manis.h a..t-. ..I. all yearey aolle cted, sr t a m ar e iun fr my dtihrn,t e w ar Administhatmo of the talt

gutaished negro s given sor that attrplace wts thisroat and lun cure" Strictly scierk of Henry J. ibed by eachard, e a fws: d.
persons who ignore ra l d secures a Dictions i thefi cure for Coughs, Sore Throats or e HA. in aaa 150 shares: ON 1.
no prof that the circll human effort bet shou old: fi ure pand forfeventive of pneumonia. Tavisre Fsiding in allahe shares, A. C.
c ciesy o n our thouthla n are in hanher of Guaranteed: 50 cents ad (.i bottles . .. l 1 si

ue invasion; and, if the daughter of at all druing stores. Trial bottle free. Notice to redi be hetors.
Ex-Postmaster Wannamaker chose a sion shall be deemed guilty of a 'HE INSOLVENCY OF TH. C. ETATE OF
nwhro. such as Booker Washington, for The legislative upon investigation of life Henry J. Rihardan, de d. havinS. n
her escort to a social function, it does insurance co pu nished by a now n prot moress i; A.ur .ted. y t admiisrt..L all .r.o*.
not prove that Southern women will New York discloses the fact that the 'State f Fl r'th.ot d
follow suit. um of 83unty jail,000 of the police holder' of Pro- on county. Flord. on fore March 7h
Is it not time that thepractice by sen- money i "ao visionsbed annually in sala- I R. A. WHIT iELD.
tion shal edtors trof adertiin,ht of the race cia game aws. Apprincipal ofe 5.ers of and who signedla.th eptmbregoing inst rumentnd
ily the social perils of the South, the New ork Life Insally aoled that they signed and urance Co. How
wa stopped? The oft-repeated an- long can any business tand that sort of t for the rie mentioned.
nunements of alarm for the safety of thing without disaster ? NOTICtness I ereBY I have N T AetL REmy hand
our Souther soupciety are abillurd, when, oble M..Smitarto.. of i, a, hd incur d at JOHN E. PERKINS co
in truth, among white people, the lines Tlrmeonu Tonehcr s and emh Al ri. and to all peric savino elatime or de
are always drawn, and the circle about lavn. naoniddaaarint tsutdato topranty mldar.nacird-
eery hearthstonetroughout theSouth- The intense itchin characteristic of sthd of Auwt l6.othwial uch rm I

land will open only for congenial spirits? eesema, better and like skin diseases is or demand, wif be forem ared.
Let it te known, once for all that the instantly allayed by applying Chamber- Execut. o.f OM D.HBtarr.
Anglo Saxon will choose his own society, lain's Salve, and many severe cases
ad the good sense and docility of the have been permanently cured by its use. Legal Notice.
~uthern nezro may be relied on to sub For sale by all druggists. OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX
"4it to tre existing regulations govern- -. I m N nhinthe after date, the ad d wil file
ing our social affairs, as also in commw r- Notice of Application for Discharge the ountea e utor ad ieutix of the
I imaiten, to the suremacov f the o rir. te of Martha L I lme. it of Laon county.
l man. uprenac 1 LTOrICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL Florida, deeae, ad apply to the Honorable
Wnlte man. LBB. Aj esi x sesuths after the fiAt pubbation hereof. County Jude ef sel county for their discharge
"'-'-" -m-' male Anal returns, and apply for my discharge as as uch exeruter and
Cares Wlater CeMgh. .Admua tsr of te t.of WMlsam A Nowl.. f A. CRAW zeutor.
late of L AM conAty. d1esasaed. of the Estate A inENWd.
J. F Gover, 101 North Main Street, JOHN W. HENDRSON. of the R itnn f Ii t1 b.e'd.
'" Kms wrft e* : vr- Admisla satr of mid estate. Dated this nat day of July. 1 9L lsmm
Ottowa ss, e Jy r Juty S. lten-.g -.
. All it has been ma wife's trouble to i NOTICE of the Onlvem y of the Estate of nob-
tch a severe cold, u therefore, to PURNIS"iD ROOMS. IeOtL .a .ses. e--
ah writerr tal% I goWith bath. For I or 2 sale gentle. I0solve othee md state h obeen s .
of t sadaLL mn. Central, are True Denocrat. tt ra S001^ 48 tA wr
*al it and hM bWme r --ligi Fer>P-a^s. We II >M6 >
-ber, two t or Ono I ep Now ti etiUmeto ord-er o fert.o- -- s" aW .-m .. e
a a s..~M 42W rb w~B." 8B A L8. Mfabll, the f vyearorder to A. W
all drist. tf s. A. 3M -, Agent, A tss" n 'ad'a 'Ree*



Repair Work a Specialty.
All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

*As to the Purity, Freshness
and general Good Qualities
of the Goods sold here is
D. R. COX9 Druggist.
Telephone No. IT.

the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
ure for 'the horseman. The showing of
good acclimated
+--- . of every description is an interesting

Those in need of business horses or
drivers should see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
Prices are right.
SFeed and Sales Stable,
J. oD. CA 140 South Adams Street.

St, and take a look at our conveyances and
S\,. you will readily sa the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
'. accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
s mall. Do no harm to ask them any-
C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


Pbyuda -md

aloseseeeotiUm Bye. EM d Neee a51 tr,

@Iflee IseM*d we~Iiampeas&

A fine body of land containing about
700 acres, within miles of ah-
see, with 7-room dwelling house, steoek
and Tobaceo bars, in Arslt-ole coadi-
tion. It has a fAae rnmaig spring with
water tank and wold make an idel
stock farm. Must be asod at once.
Apply to A. H. GINSBERO. ,
;4T Talahmsse. Fla.

Turnipe d Ruts Baga Seed4, aest
quality, at Yagwer's. tt



a 400 grade Piano for 267 on pa ents of 10
down and membership dues of 6per month,
without interest: Piano delivered to near-
est depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.


To introduce and get this Piano before the public,
we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
and each member will get a Piano at the whole-
sale price. The club is limited to ONE HUNDRED
members and all instruments will soon be taken.


Is an instrument that has been manufactured in
our own factories, with some special features
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano made.
Send for Catalone.

The Cable Company


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TH3 TItUI DINOC.AT. c aiem1. o. ao .ewe waa.
11 ,U. a be114. Speaking of the mreamo sm Jew ob. To parhe a brie trat of Timbe
Serve two days while ohers celebrate lAnd IFlid; prdter to deal witi
PUBLUHED 3VRXY FIDAY MONINm. one New Year's Day, is explained by o w su tLVLL
Rabbi H. 8. Btollnits, of Tampa, as fol- 1200 Title sad Trust Bk ., Chicago, I1
Are Tee a "iesaesteed" GIn lows:
wun ee mies a losses bit ot tibm O ed, "It isimpossible to crowd into a brief Far Sale.
Cortained aout whi st ho mask, arttc th of nxhauslve i-
Ad ir fa, t sounds Itr the dr ov. rticlthe details of an exhaustive One sugar c. mill and evaperator
W bhs rinsr. grrn hiobsob La lurk. vetigation. sad todmonstrate how the The evape ator is nearly new. Apply
J l wfh toorn. ut dhei fuame-- hlato ryof the Jewish calendar may be to D. P. M5r isa. 30-4t.
stplacetowhistlea n dWv into theBliM al, Talmudlesand W -
Andclose to th Wt hOfYu rths elilp, pPost-Talmudiesl period". Suffleot h mre
wtoM noum we rlosisbi Utoe oftre me. to say that all Jewish holidays, feat
Whore ta stone iaretthlekn t.tM p t~ ep. and fast day. are observed in sacord- ilgi
And thbe ck i bowe d with se f.* a f stU amce with the new moon, erago the Jew- ll r/
Don't s p just them for a wa~ual sin, ish festival wre fixed on given days of
but eaMllens the worst with iteadast thdsw lunar months, although they also had a
if owh ereo, there.help on hig,,h- dependence on the position of the sun. and
When ou stand at amo it of the n d, According to the Talmud, in the time
And a hand you i,,vel hua .oie its e.p;e: of the second temple, the priests had a anc y G s
When treai a,. uedry ht in swit...tisflowed. court to which witnesses came and re.
And Iowers drop from your lstie I rsp;. ported the appearance of therew moon.
U:'n now tuke nart. for further on
There are ho.pe mud l y and the dawn of day; Thefixing of the lengths of the months Dal Cllar
you .hi and asia what you ntouaht wan "n. there mrry neart .,.o sf, the w The altercalcation depi nded on actual,
... c calculation of the relative lengths of the Handkerchiefs, Laces
A Daredevil I*d solar and lunar years, which were hand- an r ie s
Often ends in a *bd accident. To heal ed down by tradition in the patriarch- and Embroideries
accidental injuries u.4e lucklen's Arr 1:., ical family.
Salve. "A deep wound in my foo., fro.na pn the evening r of the intercalation
an accident," writes Theodore .Shuel'J, the patriarch assembled certain scr.oi-
of Columbus, 0., "caused me great ars, who assisted in the decision, and Gloves, Corsets. Hosiery
pain. PhyAiciaans were helpless, but their finding was transmitted to the
flucklen's Arnica Silve qui-.ly healed communities by letters. The people of
it." Soutthes and heals buris aIke magic labylon and surrounding countries were
ZrN., at all druggists. then further apprised of the beginning I he Newest materials.. cr
of the month by fire signals. Tne re- i
Carrabelle Letter, mining Jewash communities, removed Fancy Work.
Schooners John Nye and E. IHemp from Babylon, as in Egypt, Asia Minor
stead, Gulf Trading Company's smack.#, and Greece, who were not so positively L.
were carried to Apalachicola Lo be placed informed of the beginnings of months MISS ADELE GERARD,
on the ways. Tne Hempstead was tied by fire awgnals (often false signals were
up at the wharf one mgnt last week. given by non-Jews to lead the Jews 149 N. Monroe St.
Next morning Capt. (Oormindiscovered astray), oLserved two days not only of TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
tnat the ver.sel was leaking, and, on in- che new moon, but of every holiday.
vestidation, found tnat a piling had Hence, Ort odox Jews ollirvt iWO .
punched a hole through her starboard d sy of New Year and every other
side. Mr. John Kersry patched her to aLt, day. Living in an age 1i1 which
keep her afloat unIl they could ra h eien evey ch Id may know the exact w G nrgia Florida Alabama
Apasaihlcola. time or the month, day and to the frac-.
Mr. 'arin tsay let the wind blow, Lut timn o, a minute, the ref.rm-prongr, s oveI Railway mpny.
not too hard. He remembers August Jew contents himself with the proper,
let, 1900, and a number o. citzena here celebr,4tionofoneday." (C., T. & G R. I. CO.)
do too. We havealmost passed hurricane I .-. - - -.
months. *g.al ('Cp iaper, 8c. per quir.- at It. sch.-eule Etffective 7,uj 1'. M May 6. iwr.
Justice of the Peace Wathen in quite J. fEvans'. -
sick. I Holth I n 1.
Schooner "Blanche," of Pensacola, Cheated Death. sun.,,tyat',ty
was at the wharf Monday with a cargo Kidn,'y trouble often ends ftal'y. I t on', ..oly
of oil. She c..rrtiel L00 poungsof naval '.v choosing the right medicine ,, If A,,r eIa N ,m 7 o. No.
stores from 'ensacola to ast Point. WolIe, of Bear Grove,. Iowa, -h-. ',* 1,t it, %,. -. < a In.r lI..am
Camp Lumber Lompany have bought de*'th. If, nays : "Two years avo- I hed L.v <',ithiert 7.0oam 4.(nrim
the hodiigs o01 Hays Lumber companyy Kidney Trouble, which .nu' r ,. .v ir/. nrineton 1.'aom Ir.r ,Im
here and ,orty ouad eams and two tram rent rain, suffering and arnxietiv. hut. I A'HAnrriS l. flya rj,i;m 2am
enj.lns up tiue Ocklocikonee Hiver. Ten took lectrie Bitte-n, which (ffrv-.t,d a i,.~'ra".s~aer
tho nd sogs a the boom, and on the complete e 'lure I ta e ali. find th',,-r % a- S.A.I..* 1,.i1,n 4 'onam
river a steanoat to tow them and one f uCrecat bhneflit in general debil;ty i, d r 'n1.lc 7i t,-;m
of to hneast mill in Franklin were n'r.'(, tronhile, and keen thvm constant-. .v rI.llha-..e 2.4Apm Sooam 5.1ram 8.on)pm
tranters o L. (Caamp. Ium.er companyy ly o- hand ine-, a. I find thvy 'vive noI,v S, .t'ch, py 3.14pru 100.,um .29arn 9.IWI,m
I v I euiark .4 im let.4ram lI. ),itm In 10 pni
at a hancfi s .nt ii ut s. eqaisil. All druig it'U .uar:uitt*-. g th'(m iv (itraliele 4.(00)rm iti iSam 1 o,:.35m
Carrabeiie minh in need of a quar- ,t r' W. r ,Aho'i'o ,1, 7.,o',m
antne sn, t.on p n-il4 f rnl) Il'. t.U ) ',. e 'h nat IU. J. N4,1 h ,,undn.
Wi hsA i.uch remarks an, "Collin4 ins .van' Sunday .at'day
share heating 'ern ha n Cra.cent CtLy went on the un again Ua Impnrtit r*r*. No. 2 N,. :t No. No. 4
SaturdMy 'tk s k. ,,.. lof ,) N t it. Wike.r. of w. ' rlii."'" 7l.:oam 2. 7m tt. 4 ,m
"v- i 't ,ldv;ll|-. who up- n : ,- ,- rtl.* nvr. P *,v lui rk*I I .. rim 2.2-)n, 4fl4T,am 4N m
iea &is fle.. .-i "', Th- r "i ),' D -rtt I-'. J. W Dave n rt, W ingo, Ky.. r te m,' f ,. p. rti 's Ir. of thp d viisi, "" '. .... .. .... "' ... n'tu(,,
Jane 14, 1I9ft 'I w.,nt t tell you A bj- .f .Tti(lr Maltir in the'recent m fnd ., ... i tn.rarn 4. le
i.evj Uullard s 4now LlUrnenit maved my -n..e of F',1w rds v. tle ('nmr'ts-;o.- '*%..',, o'' .*'1,-.in(qimvn
IeI. I was nd r the 'roltnmen', of two -f W'akulla Cr"'nty. involving the h'ri, in v "I.lalhio.om. :e 2.s.m,lltfiemi .. i.&m 1,m 5Amr
dott are, and aieoy :o'd .n oni of my ,or cointyv cnvieti uil-rd'tr the not o 19(11'. iv inteil'F. f 2.spm 5.27am 10.2/>pom .'7am
'**ihtd was eit rely ..i *, anl the other rb .*I,-murror of Mr. Walker to th o p- Nr A ,'i,. ""*m o10.1am 1, lom
Jly a c.e c . eIti .s l iti, on my it; in w- s su t'ined. and the r U'tte'r ;.** *. t.rt t:rim nll.6en iin. ms
de I don't lnk t, a. i ,I ,.li hav. ',s .:ven until 1he, October rule day to %` ,AI',. .:k am 7 5 Tlm 'rtr
,ved over Lw, m O nth ,lo i co ,'. I a I i .- ir ,r,1
di ed by a iii 'ind t, V t ril r I't Snoe Inc i ntalslv ani I n ldition, to th ., ,*, rail S hotwelnd l wt ildaitir from and
Lintinei'. Ti first ) p i I) 1 ga, e m' 'evrr ,I p'rounds of denrtirrt' r preented 'r.' et for tra n n. leaving Hainbrilige Sundays
g. eatI ell f t oi. y e tu lee I tA .N ure' I ,nI' of which were rntaind.l, the ques- f f" am. will he.ri mal at the otffceof theC al-
me sutln A I v i tion of the constltutionality of the act '(;in N.. f wxIR tpi6 minutes at i.nark for
It Is w n r.ul mI 1e al itc d re,'- w considered. Hrd th, decision of the r..,'ii .t.
;nmfit' d t ., ad .,.'. .. ... . i i, ( tir. tlt',r.e n bham be) n pronis d and w M. [,.t E. o. Alston.
AaIe t) I I al (ru u- i will aIppil ar ill h Inter inue. (;Genr, al Manal'er. (nerral I'Pa ..engr Agent.
(I o~ t i' i ril (. ,t I i it i a r h I, Fine, stationery, half price, at it J. Travelin Pae t.
1t R J. l.vann Evnn'. Tr..ia...m. Fi.i

. e .

JelL fe errell,

General Repair Shop.
Hore Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience ...

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction dgarans



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


Th.e State College for Women.
Florlda female College, Tallahassee, Florida.
The best c el ege in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantages
in music and art ui der t achers who have studied in America and Europe.
Sewing, cookirg an industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
i gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under the
iliie:tion of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School for
Women supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
degree of L I Advanced college courses of equal standing with the University
leading to degrees of B. A. B. S. M A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
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and further particulars, write A A. MURPHREE, President.




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