The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
System ID: UF00075917:00040
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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VOL. 1.


NO. 39.

Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges .to None.


Clipping Mad Comment on Several
latestinag Topics.
Tallahassee is now square with the
world. It too, had a first-clas hang-
ing last Friday-the murderer of Su-
perintendentEppes. Even that, how-
ever, failed to place the capital city on
a boom.-Quincy Times.
The True Democrat is not the only
one after the State printer. The Jack-
sonville bar asoeiation passed stirring
resolutions at its session in that city
Saturday condemning the inferior print-
ing of the report of Supreme court.-
White Springs Herald.
It is plain to be seen that all fair-
minded people in Florida are onto the
motives of the Lake City and Jasper
papers, and know who is the man be-
nhid the guns. Th4 Gainesville people.
however, will abide by the decision of
the courts and the people in the State.
It was a fair proposition, and the State
Board of Educatfonal Control will do its
duty. -Gainesville Sun.
Governor Broward 's Everglades drain-
age scheme won him many votes in his
canvass last year, but since the people
have had time to study the question
more closely a strong sentiment is form-
ing against carrying it into effect, and
it is understood that land owners who
are to be taxed to carry on the work
will resort to the courts to stop the col-
lection of taxes levied for that purpose.
-Bradentown Journal.
Congressman Lamar had a large num-
ber of valuable government publications
sent here for distribution at the fair,
but unfortunately they did not arrive
until Saturday night, too late to be
given out. At Mr. Lamar's request we
yve sent him the names of a large
number of farmers who ought to be in-
terested in these matters, and to whom
he will mail them direct. But if your
name should not have been included in
this list and you will write him, either
at Tallahassee or Washington, he will
see to it that you are supplied.-DeFu-
niak Breeze.
What does the Times-Union mean by
charging the State Board of Education
with breach of trust in the university
matter? Had Lake City a divine right
to the school? Was it not an open field
and a fair fight, and did not Gainesville
win in a fair contest? Are the personal
interests of Lake City paramount to the
education of our youth? If the courts
kill the law, where is Lake City bene-
fited? The Legislature, in extraordi-1
nary or regular session would doubtless
re-enact the law, and Gainesville would
win more easily than before. Is Lake
C.ty toting fair under defeat? We,
dCn't expect the Times-Union to answer!
all these questions at once, and, judg-
ing the future by the past, it will ig-
nore all of them. That paper believes
in the majority rule when it is with the
majority. -Levy Times-Democrat.
Those who know anything about pub-
lic matters in Florida understand that a
long and bitter fight will be the result
of the issue involved in the removal of
the University of Florida, no matter
which way the decision of the Supreme
court goes. The entire blame must rest
, n the shoulders of the Board of Edu-
Cation at Tallahassee, that refused to:
carry out its sacredly pledged promises
to the people of Lake City. In fact,;
tie board, with a bold disregard, ig-
nored its obligation in which were in-.
volved both honor and motives of peace,
and reconciliation in promoting institu-
tions of higher education. Never in the
annals of Florida was a public promise
Is flagrantly violated and disregarded.
'e result will be, when all the facts
arc known, that the board alone must
bear the sting and censure of public
opinion and bear the responsibility for
the issue. Technical excuses will not
suffice. Times-Union.
For the first time in the history of
the State of Florida a solid carload of
printed matter will cioss its borders
outward bound. This matter left the
depot here today fr Atlanta, having
just been turned out of the job printing
plant o(f the Record companyy The
shipment consists of pamphlets for the
Swift Specific (',mpany, or the S. S S
There are 2.44l,(MNiof these pamphlets.
and these represent an enoumou.s iiamount
of work The joh furnished employ-
ment for a large force at the Record
plant during the dull numme'r months.
and was quite an item in the city's in-
dustries. The di.tiijtiUon of hippirnig
the tirst carhad ,of straight ipranted
matter from the State is one to be
proud of. hut mire important i.s the"
fact that this colossai c,,ntract e.raled'4
the Record company to ldi~lburse w,.fkly
a large sum which iri tediatel found
its way intt' the, channel, of trade in
as city. In the spring the R,.ecord
orpany expects' to s hip another s ,lld
caload of printedl r,.'tter to Ta lahaa*-
s*. c)lntrr.ct ha.' ju-t be< rn l.ed
wth the Recorl for printing the
Revised Statute.s of the State., arid this

work will be ready to ship early in the
spring.. It will fill a big freight cur.
and will be another mammoth job, sup-
plyimg employment for a large force for
s eVeralenonths.- St. Augustine Record.
.Sobecribe to The True Democrat.

Ge to. Comest abt.
Mr. Richard Bradford, of this county,
passed thomwh the city Weihisday
moranl an route to St. Theresa and
other po-ata on the Gulf coast for a few
day' moreration hunting and fishing,
eand was well prepared for it, for,
besides everything in the way of eata-
bles, hunting and camping equipment,
he had with him on a very light truck,
of his own construction, the prettiest,
lightest and neatest little row or pless-
ure boat we ever saw. It weighed less
than 100 pounds, was prettily deigned,
manufactured of poplar lumber, with a
galvanized iron bottom that came up to
the water mark on the sides and ends.
Mr. B. made the boat himself and of
course feels proud of his work. That
he will get plenty of fish and game is a
certainty, for he is a sportsman and
fisherman of the first rank and knows
almost every foot of the country he has
one to. Many of his Tallahssee
friends "wished they were going with
him" on this trip, and many a covetous
eye was placed on his neat and trim
little boat and other equipment.
Church Board Neetiag.
A board meeting of the official mem-
bers of Trinity M. E. Church, South,
will be held at the pastor's study to-
night November 24th at 7.30 o'clock.
It ia desired that a full membership be
present as preparations for the fourth
quarterly conference, which is to con-
vene at the church on Monday night,
27th instant, at 7.30 o'clock, will be
taken up, besides other matters of in-
terest to the church.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the
pastor will preach a special sermon on
Health is absolutely impossible, if
constipation be present. Many serious
cases of liverand kidney complaint have

Peascola Is a&IS Opea to the
Pensacola, Fla., November 18.-The
quarantine restrictions of travel im-
posed by the State Board of Health of
Florida, under the authority of the
State statutes, against the city of Pen.
sacola on August 29th, on account of
prevalence of the yellow fever, are re-
moved, and travel and non-interference
between the city of Pensacola and other
points in Florida will be resumed at 6
a. m. November 19th.
State Health Officer of Florida.
Loollag for Hmes.
Mr. H. M. Swasey, of Woodland Dell
Fruit Farms, Cleburn County, Arkan-
sas, writes: "Will you please mail mea
capy of your county paper? I wish a
sample copy. We have a number of
families here who are looking to your
State for a future home, and their rep-
resentative will visit your State next
month for the purpose of finding suit-
able locations for them." We have
mailed Mr. Swasey several copies of
ttdis week's issue of The True Demo-
crat, which contains an excellent de.
scriptive article on Leon county and its
advantages; so, you see, your home
paper is ever on the alert to advertise
Leon county and the Tallahassee coun-
try. We have extra copies others might
send out profitably.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin, Sup't City Water
Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes:
"I have tried many kinds of liniment,
but I have never received much benefit
until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
for Rheumatism and pains. I think it
the best liniment on earth. 25c 50c.
and $1.00. For sale by all druggists.
Nicest Office In City.

sprung from neglected constipation To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
Such a deplorable condition is unneces- with all conveniences. Can be used in
ucry. There is a cure for it. Herbine one large room or made into three
will speedily remedy matters. C. A. rooms. Would make a splendid n lace
Lindsay, P. M., Bronson, Fla., writes, for lodge or club room. Apply at rue
February 12, 1902: "Having used Herb- Democrat Office.
ine, I find it a fine medicine for consti-
pation. 50 cents a bottle. For sale by Notice.
all druggists. Tickets for the Tampa Fair will be
.-...-._-- sold at Tallahassee only on the follow-
Men's Hats, nice line, going cheap, ing dates: November 13, 15, 17, 20, 22,
at vans'. 24, 27 and 29. 38-2t

WeUll and ras.
Mr. A. S. Walk i sonethinr of a
freak producer, a" well as a horseman,
warehouse man, ete. etc. Last sum
mer, during the od old watermelon
days, he brought i from his place a
double watermelon. It was half of Rat-
tiesaake and half Florida Favorite, each
half showing the different color, etc.,
of its own variety. Now he has on ex-
hibition on the cigar showcase of the
Leon Hotel a large yellow variety yam
sweet potato that Is the perfect Image
of a duck. As soon as one's eye falls
upon it from the door it is taken for a
duck, and it shows the outlines of a
duck on holding it in your hand. Mr.
Will Levyalso has a freak. It isa corn
cob in the exact shape of a human
Leen County Pamplet.
The True Democrat office is just
printing the Leon county pamphlet or-
dered some time ago by the County
Commissioners, and copies of it wil
soon be ready for distribution. Every
citizen of the county should endeavor to
have these pamphlets distributed where
they will do the most good, and can
greatly aid the commissioners by send-
ing to the clerk lists of names of non-
residents who may be induced to settle
in Leon county.
Reader, YTo Are the Jude.
We do not run a large double-column
advertisement claiming to be "the best
weekly paper in the State." We pub-
lish a clean, neatly-printed weekly news-
paper, the equal of any, in the State in
appearance and in what's in it; and we
think the newsiest and best published in
Leon county. Just put it and the other
together and draw your own comparison.
The True Democrat speaks for itself.
Christmas Basaar.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres-
byterian Church will hold their annual
Christmas bazaar beginning Friday De-
cember 8. They will have their usual
elegant display of fancy work, suitable
for Christmas gifts, delicious candy and
refreshments. Luncheon, dinner and
supper will be served daily.
The bazaar will be held at the new
store next to the Western Union tele-
graph office, and will open doors at 12
o'clock, and begin selling fancy articles
at 12.30.
See Collins for Neat Job Printing.

Watch The Security Mutual Life!

This Company has never made a Political contribution to any Party, or to any
Individual to be used for Political purposes.
This Company never Window Dressed its reports to any insurance department
but reported its Assets, and all of them, just as they were at the time when the
report was made without deducting therefrom or adding thereto.
This Company never entered into a Syndicate of any kind for the purchase of
Bonds, Stocks or Securities, or for any other purpose.
This Company has never had an Agreement with any Bank or Trust Company
whereby it agreed to levy any certain amount on deposit for any given length of
time. All bank deposits are, and always have been, subject to withdrawal at
any time.
This Company has never sold to a Bank, Trust Company or other Corporation
or Individual (for the purpose of increasing its Assets,) Agents Ledger Balances,
or any other Assets, which in the insurance report comes under the head of NON
Admitted ASSETS.
Several years ago this Company of its own Violition asked the Insurance De-
partment of the State of New York to make an Examination and Appraisal of its
Properties on the first of each and every year.
This has been done, and you will find upon our printed Statement that the
Superintendent of Insurance Certifies that such an official examination was made
and completed on January 17th 190.3, showing the exact condition of our Assets,
Liabilities and Surplus.

A Clean Company. Honest Management. And a Square Deal to Policy Holders.


Two Special Contracts, Written only by the


Policies Registered By The State of New York.

Let me show them to you.

CHAS. G. MYERS, General Agent,


Men of character and ability wanted.


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Tanla *sse Seutbemseate Revived
wade' a Ne m.
The Seaboard Air. Line RallwayCom-
pany having acquired the property and
franchise, of the former Tallahase
Southeastern railroad, extending from
this city to Perry and beyond, through
Leon, Jefferson and Lafayette counties
to the Suwanee river, a new organisa-
tion, to be known as the Tallahaee,
Perry and Southeastern Railway, has
been projected, the charter of which
has been advertised in The True Demo-
crat during the past weeks, with tem.
porary offers as follows: D. E. Max-
well president Geo. P. Raney, vice-
preadent; E. Kyle, secretary and
Contracts have already been let for
construction work on the extension of
the present line, Mr. Blair Burwell, of
Jacksonville, the contractor, having
formerly been chief engineer of the
former Florida Central and Peninsular
Railway. Work has been begun at each
end of the propod new line, and it is
expected to be finished within six
months, completing the main line from
Tallahassee to the Suwannee river.
The route of this extension passes
through the richest timber section of
the State, and when completed, this
road will add much to the already ac-
quired valuable property of the Sea-
board Air Line.
Now that the grading is well under
way, it will be but a short time before
the laying of ties and rails is com-
menced. It will be safe to say that
within another year trains will be in
operation over the new Perry exten-
The Tallahassee and Southeastern
railway now runs from allahassee to
Wacissa, on the Waciss river, In Jef-
ferson county. The proposed road will
run through Jeffrson county into Tay-
lor county to Perry, connecting there
with the Suwannee and San Pedro rail-
way, now under control of the Florida
Railway Company, at Live Oak.
The building of this road will place a
country in railroad touch which is now
wild and deserted. This road will cross
the Aucills river, the Enconfina river
and Rock creek, a tributary to the Fen-
holloway river, before reaching Perry.
This new road will open up a territory
rich in virgin timber and turpentine
lands, and will no doubt be a paying
Saved by Dyamlto.
Sometimes a flaming city is saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can t
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun,
Ga., writes: "My wife had a very ag-
gravated cough, which kept her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
her; so she took Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which eased her cough, gave her
sleep, and finally cured her." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and la
rippe. At all druggists. Price 0ec. and
i1.00; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Georgia, Florida and Alaama Rail.
way Company.
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia
Railroad Co. Special low excursion
$30.25. Nov. 24 Richmond Va., and
return. Southern Agricultural Commis-
sioners R. C. SNIPES,
:3-2t Traveling Passenger Agent.

Miss .lenni (;iamble arrived fora visit
to her sister, Mrs Yonge, last Satur-
Senator John House of Sopchojppy,
and ilon. J. J. Hlarrel, of ('rawford-
ville. were in-the city Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. John W. Britton, who
have Ieen spending several weeks with
their old-time friends, left yesterday
fr'r Thnmasville, where they now reside.
The Tallahaissee Daily (' capital is clos-
inv sotme yvarly advertising contracts
with e;trliifatevs for State Senut ,r Two
iow hnve their advertisements in that
p t '-r. (;G inesville Sun.
Mi.se4 Iambella Goss, one of the new
trlhers at the Leon Hi gh School, hai
r '-iril tland g one to) her home in the
North, ,,n arecint of failing health.
Mi-,. i;e< niaHny friends liiringf her lbrif
l'". ..l l 'ft t n .'rt..
Bilious Attack QuicKly Cured.
A t'.'w w,,.-ks ago I had a itilious at-
tlac'k that> was '-tv t. I wit.s n 't Milo*
toW oh 1 4tl, (.,li.v f r vw,,day. Failing
tog t r-,l'-,f fr 'rn rnfy t mnly \ physician's
trt-:tmrtit. I t,,ook three .if t'hamnih r-
lhin's S',nitri' arind 1,i er Tab'let.s. and
th' ti'.t 'lay I f It likte ai rn w man If
C1' 1 I %t v Ediior ,of tlthe N'ws.'v Chapin,
S.. ( nth''st. ta!h'lts aire f'oi male by all

Loste Straed o Stoele,
November Ith,. fnm Mr Alei Byrd's
pasture an Micrcouke road, 10 miles
from city. one buy tilly two years old:
one white hind foot. star in face.
Swill return to ir.Byrd's plant-
Cay's stable, nd reevreward.
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We sincerely regret the announcement
of the resignation of Editor Fitzgerald,
of the DeSoto County News. He was
doing some excellent work on that ex-
cellent paper, and has doubtless in view
a larger field of usefulness.
You cannot secure a copy of that
Governor's Message "bound in boards"
now. It has been withdrawn from the
market; but, 'tis said, a new edition is
being gotten out. There are copies of
the first edition stored away, but you
waited too late; you can't get one now.
The Florida press is unanimously
praising the proprietors of the Live Oak
Democrat, whose plant was destroyed
by fire last week, and whose energy
and enterprise enabled them tocontinue
the publication of their excellent daily
and weekly newspapers without losing
an issue. The concern is to be incor-
porated, and an entirely new plant has
been ordered.
Encouraged, perhaps, by Governor
Broward's appointment of a woman as
clerk of the circuit court in one of the
eastern counties, friends of a very pop-
ular lady In Duval county are urging
her appointment as superintendent of
the county schools. There is no official
position in our governmental system so
admirably adapted to the administra-
tion of a good and strong woman as
that of school superintendent.
The Gaineville Sun says: "Florida
is a great State for politics. We haven't
got settled up with the old administra-
tions of Governors Bloxham and Jen-
nings before we have candidates bob-
bing up for the executive chair that
Governor Broward has hardly had time
to get warm." ."General Gilchrist
will show the people how to cook guber-
natorial okra, and Captain Hillman will
show them how to prepare executive
potato pones. If they are not careful
they will ruin the broth"
In noting the announcements for the
State Senate in Leon county, the lira-
dentown Journal remarks that "the
campaign will be a hard and bitter one,
as there are two strong political fac-
tions In Leon county The Journal
has been misinformed. The vote will,
of course, be divided, but only as be-
tween the majority a large one. and
the few who are adherents of the Jen-
nings-Ililson State printing combina-
tion, already in discredit and disgrace
throughout the entire State
On Tuesday of this week enterprising
and progressive Live Oak voted to blond
for $200,000 to make public improve-
ments in that live and growing town
In a few years, at the pace she is now
going, Live Oak will he one of the
richest, prettiest and livest towns in
Florida She must be brimfull of live.
enterprising, pushing citizens, who take
pride and interest in any and every-
hing which will build up and help busi-
ness enterprises along all lines. Many
other Florida towns might Iw ,benefited
by following Live Oak's example
Again, we would remind our readers
that The True Dlemocrat, in following
up the "surface indications" of wring.
doing on the part of public officials, has
confined Itself almost exclusively to
matters of public record; that it has
simply pointed their way to) the evidence;
that it is neither judge, jury, pronecut-
ing officer nor investigating committee,
and that in what it has done and said,
or may do or say in future, it simply
aauumes and occupies the rightful |posi-
tion of the public press in relation to, all
of these matters, viz: a sentinel on the
watch-tower, attempting to guard the'
interests of the people'.
The Gainesville Sun claims the credit
of having first proposed the amme of
Senator Crill for the office of (Governor.,
and the i'alatka News acknowledges the
Sun's claim, and says:
"In seconding such a sensible motion
the Palatka News feels that there is
honor enough for one quadrennium
Indeed, as with Schley at Santiago, it
believes there is honor enough in the
name of Crill to reflect glory upon the
entire press of the State, and give
every mother's son of us a feeling of
tatisfactlon such aa ean only come from
a knowledge of duty well performed."

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Our loquaesis Oad pugnedleus Lake
City contemporary appears to be still
quite dissatisfed with s, apparently
beamuse it emasot laedme or browbeat
us into saying esdy what it wates s
to say, in preelsely the way it wishes
us to say it, in order that t may make
use of aome sort of terMrfeay crushing
answer that It has prepared, or has in
mind, to the thing which it so aadently
desires us to say; the expected result
of this ingenious combination being our
utter and permanent annihilation.
We have already devoted altogether
too much time and space to the muddled
vagaries of our fat friend, and have
half a mind to take no more notice of
his vaporings; but, since we do not wish
to appear so discourteous to a brother
editor, even under great provocation,
we will dispose of the alleged contro-
versy by remarking, once for all, that
we are conducting The True Democrat
according to our own ideas, and shall
not endeavor to do so according to his.
So far as the subject-matter of the
controversy is concerned, that has been
disposed of long ago. We have, from
time to time, submitted to the attention
and judgment of our readers certain
fact*- mostly, if not wholly, matters of
public record-which we believed the
public ought to know, and would be
glad to know, concerning transactions
connected with the conduct of the
State's business, and which, to us,
spelled that ugly word "graft." With
a single other exception which we men-
tioned last week- the Lake City news-
paper is the only one in the State that
has undertaken to deny anything we
have said. Its methods of denial, by
Inference and circumlocution rather than
by the records which we cite and rely
upon for our authority, demonstrate the
utter weakness of its position as the
self-appointed champion of those whose
public acts have been criticised.
Until the Index--or some other-shall
deny the truthfulness of what we have
said, and cite authority for such denial
as worthy of consideration as the public
records to which we have referred as
our authority, there can be no further
occasion for multiplying words upon the
subject, and we shall devote our atten.
tion and space to more important mat-

That was a tribute
newspaper, as well as
which was shown by
of Live Oak to the
that town, when, t
after the printing
burned, these business
(00), formed a stock
the publishers and ed
a new office to le star
reminds us of how, in t
the Orlando Relporte
by Mahlon (;ore, who
of our city, was bur
and home. And when
from a hasty trip to S
had gone in his extr
paper published, he
train by a delegation
ness men and the
placed in his hands t
fice, and new subocril
vance, were given to
tinue publishing the b
ever had, and has, to
Such noble deeds as
faith in old humanity
that here and there
few unresponsive, s1
chants who are so aff
gent purses that the
value of a live home
Daily Reporter
it would probably h
taste for Governor
have named any of th
of the State on his st
semi military capaci
course nothing wrong
seem smoother and
not to mix the judlic
tary branches of the
refrain from having
these departments d
same' men It i prn
dlate a mere matter
The only "judicial
general staft of (Gov
Judge Shnylor. judge
That Ilacr should al'
some one "learned in
necessarily a "judici
MacWilliams, quarter
in a lawyer, and has
most useful officers of
lawyers enjoy the dist
camps, but none of t
officers "
For Se
A medium-sised s
with equipment, for
ply at this office, or at
see it.
Our whole stock of
plete and up-to-date.
T. B. Byrd.

to the value of a
to the publishers,
the business men
Daily Democrat of
wenty-four hours
house had been
is men rained $15,-
company and put
itors in charge of
ted at once. This
the spring of 1MM4,
r, then published
io still a resident
'ned out of house
Mr Gore returned
Sanford, where he
emity to have his
waa mPnt at the


So many inquiries are directed to the
True Democrat by prospective settlers
or homeseekers concerning conditions
existing in this part of the country, and
the burden of correspondence entailed
thereby has become so heavy that we
have attempted, in the descriptive arti-
cle found in this issue, to summarize
such information as is most important,
and to answer the questions most fre-
quently asked. It is hoped by this
means that a sample copy of the paper,
of which a large number have been
sent out, will, in most cases, serve the
purpose intended better than a personal
letter. Specific information may be
obtained by writing to any of the real
estate or other firms whose advertise-
ments appear in this paper; and the
best way to become familiar with local
conditions, progress, industries and cur-
rent happenings, while contemplating
removing to this section, is through
reading The True Democrat, one of the
best newspapers this section ever had,
at $1.A) per year, in advance
R. S. V. P.

of Orlando busi- From several entirely distinct and
wherewithal was widely separated sources has recently
to build a new of- reached us the exceedingly pointed and
options, paid in ad- pertinent inquiry, "Where did he get
ptnable him to conad it?" Meaning, of course, the money
et paper Orlandhim to on-that ex-Governor Jennings is known to
est paper Orlando have expended and invested as his own
this blessed day
these renew one s since his election five short years ago,
P. notwithstanding when he was, to all intents and pur-
are to be found a poses, by his own admission, practically
horicted with trin- a pauper. Thousands upon thousands
ey don't know the of dollars spent in a foolish and fruit-
Spaper Orlando less senatorial campaign, other thou-
sands in family trips to the Pacific
ave been in good coast and to Yellowstone National park;
Broward not to still others in the enjoyment of costly
Ve judicial officers travel in other directions; besides his
ta f, in at least a reputed large investments in stock of
ity. There is of the "million-dollar bank" and an ex-
in it. but it would pensive private residence in Jackson-
more democratic ville, and in various naval stores enter-
iary and the m*i- prises there and elsewhere
e government, to And all this on a salary of $3,500 for
the functions of four years!
ischarged by the It almost beats the State printer's
)bably up to this "high finance" to a stand-still.
of taste. Tampa We take pleasure in passing the
query along, but we feel quite safe in
officer" on the assuring our readers that there will
ernor lHroward is never be an answer to it.
advocate-general. Perhaps the editor of the Lake ('ity
advocategeneralIndex can answer it.
ways be filled by ..-.-. ...-- .
the law," but not Croup.
al officer." Col A reliable medicine, and one that
rmaster-general, should always be kept in the home for
been one of the immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough
been one of the Remedy. It will prevent the attack if
f the staff. Four given as soon as the child becomes'
inction of aide-de- hoarse, or even after the croupy cough i
hese are "judicial appears. For sale by all druggists. *
~ --- A Creeping Death.
Le. Blood poison creeps up towards the
cond-hand boiler, heart, cauain death. J. E. Stearns,
sale cheap. Ap- Belle Plains inn. writes that a friend
t Leon Hotel. and dreadfully injured his hand, which
81-tf swelled up like blood poison Bucklen's
Arnica Salve drew out the poison, heal-
Groceries is com- .ed the wound and saved his life. Best
Give us a call. in the world for burms and sores. 25c.
at all drug stores.


ida ever had." is either hopelessly ig-
norant of the current history of the
State. or is wilfully shutting his eyes
to palpable truths.
The True Democrat has directed pub-
ic attention to facts which appear of
record, citing its authorities and leav-
ng the formation of Judgment thereon
to its readers. If this has failed to con-
vince, it is not our fault. Some would
refuse to be convinced, perhaps, upon
any kind of evidence. With theze we
ire not disposed to quarrel. There are
plenty who see.
Leet #r Stmy4,
saturday morning, from my residence
a this city, a medium sised black Jer-
ey cow, with little white streak on
seek, crumpled horse. A reward will
ie paid for her delivery. W. H. Powel.

Cade LT1a L's Iw paper, appeared
on tim e the 18th Iasnt, mad mwatl
tho smeasdm i th t w expected. It i

Iheeook et dthiaM. Its first pae
was ilmnmased with a represetation
of the m In iabriiant yellow, ad a ear-
toon I yellow md black, reprinting
the public eye marred by an Irritant in
the shape of a pebble labeled "graft,"
with inscriptions thereon referring to
"high finance" and other evils.
The chief feature of the issue is a
well-written and exhaustive article on
"The Pardoning of Criminals" by Gov-
ernor Broward, reviewing some recent
tensactions of the State Pardoning
Board, in which he pays his respects to
the newspapers as follows:
To be the editor of a newspaper is to
occupy a position that is supposed, or
ought to be,a high and lofty one; and
the editor ought to give expression to a
high public sentiment upon a higher
plane, if the plane is not already high.
We are afflicted with a sprinkling of
editors who sell editorial for so much
an inch, sentiment thrown in. Some
of our people are not aware of this, and
take for granted that the writings of
such scribblers are founded on fact,
that they are the writings of some wise
man-wiser than themselves. Did the
people know that these newspaper writ-
ers did not investigate the matter of
which they write at all, they would not
be so credulous.
If there are any Florida editors "who
sell editorial for so much an inch," the
remarks of Governor Broward concern-
ing them arM altogether too mild. Sum-
mary expulsion from the ranks of the
profession would be too gentle a pun-
ishment to fit the crime with which
Governor Broward charges them. And
if he knows of any such he should, in
the interest of clean methods and public
decency, make known their names and
furnish the evidence upon which to con-
demn them.

Tickets on sale Nov. 80th. Aal limit
for return Sunday Dec. 2, 106.


?U*Iwo.,1 T.
TYe j= s'tgive suO fyiMrou
worried ad tired o0 with gettlg
Ir y.todoMb YTM T ea t be peaset
atdh rtheftfym feaerarbb toaim
F khk s Ive telmass ba Yes ua 'i
weiss guests with a semes bw 1
you are doing twice as meh ztn
work as you have str th health a
time for.
Thanksgiving is really the most whole
some and delightful festival of the year,
It is distinctly our own. We Amerlam
have originated it, and we ought to be
proud of it, yet most of us are doing
much to poll it with overzeal. W4
have too long dinners, too elaborate
decorations, too much house-cleaning
before and after. We are cumbered
with too much care. And so the day
which should be thrilling with tender
memories, joyous with a sense of re-
membered blessings, peaceful with a
surety of forgotten ills, and prophetic
of gladness because of courage and
comfort, because of hope, is just a
weariness of the flesh. We drop ex-
hausted into our chair for dinner and
are glad to say good-bye to the dear,
long-expected guests.
It is partly vanity that makes us
overdo this delightsome festival. We
think we are sacrificing ourselves to
give others happiness, but, in point of
fact, we are straining to create an ef-
fect. We do love to welcome our
friends, but also we do want them to
have the most elaborate dinner and to
see the prettiest dining room in town,
and what they remember longest is just
that the hostess looked ill and that all
the family seemed out of sorts. So it
isn't worth it.
Real hospitality is in what the hostess
gives of herself, not what she gives of
her substance. Do things simply and
have a good time yourself, dear Thanks-
giving mother or aunt or sister. Have
fewer courses and more smiles. Who
is so base a materialist that he wouldn't
give up a chicken pie for a cheerful
At the very start, don't wear your-
self out cleaning house and getting
ready. You have got to clean up after
Thanksgiving, so why bother before?
Just have the house brushed and dusted
as you would any week. If the carpet
and wood-work need a little brightening,
wipe them over with warm borax water,
a teaspoonful of borax to a basin of
water. A few minutes will do a room,
without scrubbing or rubbing or fatigue.
Fill a pan with boiling water, add half
a small cup of borax dissolved. Leave
the silver in the water ten minutes,
rinse in boiling water and then dry first
with a towel, next with chamois.-Mrs.
Nellie Gray, in Metropolis.
We must beg Appleyard's pardon.
We innocently assumed that there could-
not possibly be such another as he in
the entire State. We were mistaken.
Witness the following, from the Plant
City Courier:
While we very much admire the spirit
of fearlessness displayed by the editor
of The True Democrat, we think him
entirely too strong in his prejudices-
so strong, in fact, that he allows his
prejudices sometimes to lead him into
error. The editor of the Courier did
not support Governor Jennings in his
candidacy for United States Senator,
nor did we always agree with him while
Governor, or since his term expired,
iut we believe in giving even the devil
his dues; and, in all fairness, we must
say that Governor Jennings gave the
State of Florida one of the best admin-
strations it ever had. The editor of
The True Democrat is devoting all his
ime and attention, it seems, in trying
o find something rotten in Mr. Jen-
lings' administration of some threat-
*ned wrongdoing in Governor Broward's
policy of government. There is noth.
ng to be gained b criticising an ad-
ministration that has already passed
nto history, especially so far as it re-
ates to a man who has retired from
wlitics. The mill will never be turned
'ith the water that has passed.
There is an old saying to the effect
hat none is so blind as he who refuses
o nee. It applies in this particular case.
rhe Florida editor who. at this date,
rivers his belief that the Jennings ad-
mnistration was "one of the best Flor-

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SManager Tre of the hotel is putt'n
0 an up to date seven horse en in hi
0 launch, which will make her the fastest
boat on this coast.
S The tram road has been repaired and
a new enclosed car put on. t is also
r fitted with spring seats and comforta-
r ble cushions.
The fishermen have all left the bay to
the fish and the fish warden. It is said
I Hon. "Bob" Raker will teat the consti-
e tutionality of the fish law, and Manager
I Trice of the hotel will put the hunting
License tax on the rack in the courts.
A Site for That lasdon.
I Just as we are about to go to press
there is a rumor going the rounds to the
effect that a suitable site has been
offered which will be acceptable to the
SGovernor's mansion cemmission, and
i that before long preliminary steps will
be taken to close up the matter and
begin the work of constructing a com-
modious and attractive home for our
Present Chief Executive and future
r Governors. Mr. George W. Saxon, the
) rumor says, is entitled to most of the
credit in this last movement, which it
seems will result in securing the man-
sion. We will get and furnish further
particulars in next issue.
aRect Property Sales.
Mr. J. P. S. Houstoun has purchased
the Hancock stables.
The Gilmore & Davis Co. yesterday
purchased the Durr brick works at Ock-

Mr. C. T. Hancock yesterday pur-
chased the Hazzard place one mile out
on the St. Augustine road.
Si oish Liver a mf to Ambiltlo.
You cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive, as you feel dull,
your eyes are heavy, and slight exertion
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes you feel bright and active._
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect-
ive than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitute. For sale by all drug-
gists. *
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Honey
and Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
and, on account of the great merit and
popularity of Foley's Horey and Tar,
many imitations are offered for the gen-
uine. These worthless imitations have
similar sounding names. Beware of
them. The genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it
and refuse any substitute. It is the
best remedy for coughs and colds. For
sale by all druggists.
The great Florida State Fair, now in
progress at Tampa, is pronounced by
thousands of visitors to be the grandest
fair ever held by any State in the
Union. The second week of the fair
opened Monday, and since that day the
attendance has been constantly swelling,
owing to the many special attractions
offered the public. The big crowds are
being taken care of in an excellent
manner, hundreds finding accommoda-
tions in private homes as well as in the
scores of hotels and boarding houses
operating in Tampa during the tourist
Neuralgia Pains.
Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic
pains yield to the penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penetrates to the nerves and bone,
and being absorbed into the blood, its
healing properties are conveyed to every
part of the body, and effect some won-
derful cures. 25c., 50c. and $1.00. For
sale by all druggists.
Legal Cap Paper, 8c. per quire at R.
J. Evans'.

abhes iMin lderW
L heap Excursion to


eorgia florida & Alabama

Dinner and Ball.

Full Orchastra.
Big Oyster Roast at
Lanark Inn,
Nov. 3oth, 1905.
From. Rate. Train Leaves.'
Havana....... 1.86..... 1:10 p. m.
Tallahasee .... 1.60 ...... 00p. m.
Arrat .......... 10-....... t0p. m.

When Contemplating the purchase of any thing in the Dry Goods,

Shoes, Furnishing Goods or Clothing Line, don't forget the name:





- - - FLORIDA.

Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Cotton Seed Products and Salt.

la Hrear of Mrs. arksh.
One of the prettiest afternoon affairs
of the season was the reception given
for Mrs. F. W. Marsh, of Pensacola,
by Mrs. Geo. B. Perkins in her hand-
some new home last Friday.
During the hours from three to five
the parlors were filled to overflowing
with a constant succession of guests.
decorated with roses, and near the great
fireplace was the punch bowl, presided
over by Miss Bessie Saxon and Miss
Eunice Rawls.
The hostess received her guests in the
front parlor, which was a bower of
beautiful chrysanthemums. Those re-
ceiving with her were Mrs. Marsh, the
honoree; Mrs. T. E. Perkins, Mrs.
Phelps Warden Wilson and Miss Choate.
In the dining room Mrs. D. M. Low-
ery and Miss Henrietta Ames poured
the tea, and a bevy of pretty girls of
the younger set served the refresh-
ments, which consisted of chicken salad,
dainty sandwiches cheese straws, olives
and delicious bon-bons.
A complete line of Table Damask and
Napkins, at prices to suit all, at
James'. 39-4t
Judge Charles Swayne is spending a
few days pleasantly at Tallahassee.
Sugar boiling are still the order of
the day and our young people are daily
taking them in.
Ladies' and Children's Undervests,
very cheap, at James'. 39-4t
Mr. Thomas H. Hall, of Bradfordville,
and Dr. George H. Gwynn made a hur-
ried business trip to Bainbridge Wednes-
Terrific Race With Death.
S"Death was fast approaching, "writes
Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
describing his fearful race with death,
"as a result of liver trouble and heart
disease, which had robbed me of sleep
and all interest in life I had tried many
different doctors and several medicines,
but got no benefit until I began to use
Electric Bitters. So wonderful was
their effect that in three days I felt like
a new man, and to-day I am cured of
all my troubles." Guaranteed at all
druggists. PriceOc.

The Woman's Foreign Missionary So-
ciety will have a week of praver ser-
vice on Monday, Tuesday and Wedne-,-
day of next week at the Methodist
parsonage, at 3 o'clock p. m. All ladies
are cordially invited to attend.
'See our line of Fascinators, Circulars
and Newport Shawls, and Ladies'
Blouses. R. J. Evans.
Mr. Edgar Sasser, a bright and pleas-
ant young man, who worked on the
Madison Recorder for three years, is
now employed with the Tallahassee
Drug Company.
Shetland Floss and Germantown Wool
in all colors at James'. 39-4t
Miss Jessie Blake and Mrs. Biddulph
made the hearts of the "printer men"
glad yesterday with a beautiful bouquet
of rare flowers for the decoration of
The True Democrat office.
Lace Collars, all kinds and prices, at
James'. 39-4t
Quite a large number of Leon's in-
dustrious farmers have visited the city
during the week.
Reserved seats are now on sale for
the Edwin R. Weeks Co. at Wight &
Mr. John Brown, of the Chaires
neighborhood, was in the city yesterday
and made us a visit.
Rye, Graham, Plain Bread, Rolls and
ets,ke baked every day, at T. B.
nudge C. M. Cooper and Hon. H. H.
BAmckman, of Jacksonville, were in the
city yesterday attending to leIal busi-
nee matters.
Sweaters and Skirts, the cheapet
you ever mw, at James. -4t
Tihe Edwin R. Weeks Co., the second
I attraction of tihe Lyeum courm.
Blakets, Comforts and Spread tin
Ere 9t aritisa, at right pries, at
JauI 04 1t

Sells Nof of Chamberlaln's Cough
Rea oi tha nf all Others
hit Tegether.
Mr. Thomas George, a merchant at
Mt. Elgin, Ontario, says: "I had the
local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ever since it was introduced
into Canada, and I sell as much of it as
I do of all other lines I have on my
shelves put together. Of the many doz-
ens sold under guarantee, I have not
had one bottle returned. I can person-
ally recommend this medicine, as I have
used it myself and given it to my chil-
dren, and always with the best results.
For sale by all druggists. *
The latest in Dress Goods and Trim-
mings of all kinds can be found at
James'. 39-4t
If there is anything in the line of La-
dies' Shoes that Wight & Burns haven't
got, please go and tell them, so that
they may send for it. *
Edwin R. Weeks Co., opera house,
Monday night, November 27.
Mr. Thos. J. Perkins is filling his
new position as freight agent of the
Georgia, Florida and Alabama, and
Carrabelle and Tallahassee railroads in
this city to the entire satisfaction of
our business people. He has held the
position down now for more than a
month and becomes more popular every
day with Tallahassee business men.
Schedule T. S. K. Railroad.
Effective November 22 the T. S. E.
train for Wacissa will leave Tallahassee
depot at 2 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
returning to arrive in Tallahassee at
4:30 p. m.
F. P. WOODWARD, Agent,
For Kid Gloves that will give perfect
satisfaction go to James'. 39-4t
The poor, decrepit old town clock has
been worse than ever this week, strik-
ing all sorts of wrong hours. As its
hands, if it ever had any, disappeared
long ago, the only public value remain-
ing was the striking apparatus, and un-
less that can be made to operate cor-
rectly the institution might as we!l be
abandoned altogether.
The Lyceum course will ive its sec-'
ond attraction Monday night, Novem-
ber 27, the Edwin R. eeks Co.
Thanksgiving and Christmas.

T. B. Byrd has received his fresh
stock of Raisins, seedless, seeded and
clusters; Cleaned Currants, Citron,
Dried Figs, Evaporated Apricots, and
Prunes, for Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas Cakes.
We publish in this issue a splendid de-
scriptive article of Leon county, which
has also been printed in pamphlet form
by our enterprising Board of County
Commissioners. Sample copies of the
paper containing this valuable article
will also be mailed to parties in all parts
of the Union. We have printed a large
lot of extra copies, which we will sell
to others who may wish to mail them
out at a close margin, as a further
means of advertising Leon county, and
every citizen should take a hand in this
kind of work.
Syrup Barrels for sale at High-
tower's. 3- tf
Noe* Better in the World.
The Famous Royal Scarlet Brand of
Canned Goods, of all kinds, pack of
1906, just in, at T. B. Byrd's. *
We give the public a cordial welcome
at our store; come in and look over our
stock. T. B. Byrd, Tallahassee, Fla. *
Mackerel, Codfish, Split and Holland
Herring, at T. B. Byrd's. *
Children's School Shoes a specialty at
Wight & Burns'.
For Freh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Damon. 'Phone No. 19&. 86-tf
Winter footwear will soon be needed.
You will find every variety at Wight &
Burn'. 0
Guntlemen's Furnibhings, a large and
varied stock coitantly on hand, at
Wight & BuMs. *
Zephyr. mtland Flos and Ice Wool
at 2 J. Evaas'.
yrnp aerrib for gale at b.


Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, l daces
and [ mbroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosier'y

The Nevkest Materials for
Fanc, Viork.

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Diseaseo f te Eye., Ear sud N.M a Specili'.

OffceaolI d Capital Ofty man&

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General Merchandise Store

of Tallahassee.

Whatever your wants are in dry goods

and where they can be satisfactorily and

economically supplied.

Our stocks of dress

goods, cotton fabrics, blankets, bed spreads,

ladies' and gents' underwear and notions of

all kinds are well selected and at bed rock





... PRESS ...
Two men can pack two to three tons per day, bales
weighing 75 to 100 pounds.
In placing this Hay l'ress on the market, we feel that we are filling a long
felt want with a strictly first-claiss articIle f its kinIl
It is simple in constructionn and thoroughly well mad'' of first-class material
and if taken cure of will last a lif.t time..
The bailing chamor ims 1 in by .) in. by *; ft. ainl will pack a bale of any
length up to : ft.
Just the press you are looking for where the amount of hay raised will not
warrant buying a higher priced< power prtss
Occ'ulpi.s bhut little space. can l. operated in barn.

Agents for Leon, (adsl.ln and JetTerson counties

Heermif gJeflf D SFerrell
ream Vermifuge tWHEELWRIGHTandBlAKSMITH.



TNe w *I PWrS Ocrse.LV IV
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Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
*T. LOuIss. MO.
Notco to Creditoer
oW3OLVNCTy or T2 mTATE orF

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General Repair
Horse Shoeing by
pert who has had
of experience. .

an ex-
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A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
,and satisfaction #aran.
For Fa31 rms.e
Turnips and Ruta Baga S8Md, fint
quality, at Yasr's. t



is expressed
in just





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SON CO NT ITIDA and territories of the United States will forcibly illus-
LgO VLORI 9A, trate the superior healthfulness of Florida.
DMcriptIvo of a Hitory. Topophy, ClM- _Min one la 31 sam' one in 2
Imate, Soi, Rsosrcs ad Natuiral York, one in 47 Pennsylvania, one in 462; Illinois,
one in 579; Virginia, one in 567; Minnesota, one in 755,
AdvnLaums. and Florida, one in 1,447. The records also show that
the ratio of deaths to the number of cases of remittent
fever is much less in Florida than in any other section
Leon county is bounded on the north by Gadsden of the United States. In the central section of the
county and the State of Georgia, on the east by Jeffer- United States the proportion is one death to 86 cases;
son, on the south by Jefferson and Wakulla, and on the in Northern section, one to 52; in the Southern, one to
west by Gadsden and Liberty counties. 54; in Texas, one to 78; in California, one to every 122;
It has an area of 730 square miles of land surface, or in New Mexico, one to each 148; while in Florida it is
467, 200 acres. o nly one out of every 287. And the average annual
Its population in 1890 was 17,752, and in 1900 it was mortality for the whole State is less than 3 per cent
19,887, of which number 3,886 were whites and 16,001 On the foregoing statement of facts, concerning cli-
were negroes. mate and healthfulness, Florida bases her claim to abso-
At the close of the school term of 1904 there were in lute supremacy over all competitors.
the county 73 schools, of which :34 were for whites and PRODUCTS OF THE SOIL.

Pesnuts, bushels ------ ----- 12,901--......
Syrup, barrels....-. 8-------- ,15.9----
I e. pounds --- ---- ---- --- 1:966 -----
U k--........--- ..-...-....
_1L_ IL:::::1 m .
Fis, crates--.---------.-- ... 1,465......
Live stock on hand for 1908:
Horses, number ....---..--........... 210--......--
Mules, number ---- .- -------- 840-----
Work oxen, number yoke.------- 1,020. ----
Stock cattle--native- number. 6,277.. -. -.
Cattle thoroughbred, vari o u s
types-number..-------------- ........ 1,426----......
Milch cows, number---. ---.......- 3,197.---
Hogs, number .-. ....-------.----. 14,328 -.. --.. .
Poultry, all kinds, and their pro-
Dairy products:
Milk sold. gallons ...------.-----. -453,377--- --
Butter, pounds. _----------- 155,820--..---

39 were for negroes. The list of productions is a long and varied one, em-
Leon county is situated between 30 and 31 degrees bracing nearly all the crops and fruits of the Middle,
north latitude and 83 and 84 degrees west longitude. Northern and Southern States. The agricultural re-
The entire west side is bounded by the Ocklockonee sources of the county are unlimited. The climate and
river. The southern boundary is about 12 miles, and fertility of the soil give the farmer advantages not pos-
the northern boundary about 50 miles from the Gulf of sessed in more northern latitudes. Something may be
Mexico. The surface gradually rises from the southern planted every day in the year. This county is in the
to the northern side, reaching in some places a height of center of the rich agricultural section of Northern
over 280 feet above sea level. About 130,(00 acres are Florida, and no district of the same extent in the State
in actual cultivation, leaving over :300,000 acres avail- can offer superior inducements to cultivators of the soil.
able for cultivation and settlement, over 100,000 acres Whether we consider its unexceptionable climate, the
of which is improved. The surface is uneven and roll- variety, abundance and value of its timber, the wonder-
ing, entirely free from rocks and boulders, interspersed ful fertility of its soil, with its adaptability to such a
throughout with lakes and forest, vast catalogue of crops, the ease with which the soil is
Lakes Lafayette, Jackson, lamonia and Miccosukie cultivated, no portion of the State can offer superior
are extensive bodies of water and abound in fish, and inducements to farmers.
during the winter offer a fine field for snipe and duck The staple products are cotton, corn, sugar cane,
shooting. The environment of these lakes is varied and sweet potatoes, oats and tobacco.
beautiful. The hills surround them with gently receding Cotton was once the chief product, but now only
curves, with bolder bluffs, or terraces rising one above ales are raised. New land will reduce
another to the height of a hundred feet or more. T he about a bale to the acre, old land less. When the land
timber growths are of magnolia, water oak, live oak, is fertilized and cultivated according to the improved
hickory and wild cherry, which line the shore, and methods, two bales to the acre can be easily raised.
between, around and over these hang the clematis, The seed are readily sold at 20 and 25 cents per bushel
woodbine and wild grape and muscadine vines. The to the cotton oil factory. The cotton seed meal and
general aspect of the country has been further described re fuse hulls are extensively used for stock food and
as beautifully rolling forest and field, alternating; a fertilizer.
ron,,in vl i l-irdmontei Ise lindrlucue the, likel if which v tan-

The natural pasturage of Leon county makes it possi-
ble to extensively enlarge this industry with the addi-
tion of some cultivated pastures. The equable climate,
the abundance of water and forage greatly reduce the
labor attached to this work in other districts.
The four annual grasses-the crab grass, crow-foot
grass, barn grass and water grass-furnish the princi-
pal hay supplies, these seed themselves coming up in
abundance when the land is stirred. Besides these, the
Bermuda, sedge and smut grasses are perennial, and
chemical analysis shows them to be rich in nutritive
The desmodium, known as the beggar weed, grows
rank and luxuriant after the corn crop is laid by in June.
This weed fully equals clover in its nutritious elements,
and stock prefer it, green or dry, to any other forage.
This weed can be cured and baled in the same way as
other hays. All of these grasses, with sorghum cane,
cattail millet, German millet, cowpeas, cloct beans, tur-
nips', carrots, with field corn planted for ensilage, fur-
nish an inexhaustible supply of forage for stock of all
As good water, an abundance of reliable pasture,
mild climate and freedom from cattle diseases form the
principal requisites for successful stock raising and
dairying, the above stated facts place Leon county in
the front in this field of work.

not be found elsewhere in the far South. ( orn About 5*()0,0 bushels of corn is raised annu- Horses, cows, hogs, sheep and goats and beef cattle
not be ally, ranging from 12 to 60 bushels per acre. This crop are raised here to some extent, yet this industry is in
SOIL. now has become very profitable and the surplus readily its infancy and all the labor and money invested in this
The soil of Leon county greatly differs from that inl sold. P,'lanting begins about the middle of February occupation will richly repay the investor.
many other portions of the State. It is Princil .The Leon county horse is noted for his hardiness,
composed of an alluvium of red amnd chocolate-colored Sugar (ane The farmers of this county have long health and "bottom." Good beef is a rarity in this sec-
clayey loams covering a territory of about 200 square, since realized the value of this crop. The soil here is tion, because the stock sold here is fed on wire grass
miles, and piled in at rambling outspreaad of sweeping i, peculiarly well adapted for the growth of cane. Even and hence very tough, while beef cattle fattened on
hills and dales. It lpossesse(s tretat uniformity of texture, when crudely raised anld crudely manufactured, by old Leon county pasturage is tender and palatable. There
and lies below the surface to an average depth iof forty- ail wasteful methods. Florida sugar and syrup rivals is a wide and profitable field here for enterprising people
five feet. Sand predominates in the component parts, in color, grain andl quality the beLst Louisiana production. who are interested in stock raising.
the first foot ,of top soil containing aItbouit thirty times as Syrup, while hoit, if bottled or canned and sealed, will! Since the introduction of centrifugal separators and
much sandd as clay. The s)il do,.' nfot cl od or sunhlak.. preserve its new flavor a longI pe,ril. andI when used methods of dairying, more scientific and convenient
Ant analysis by the-State('t hemist shows tht t.he t1 i.erV ta:-tes. as if just brought from the nmill. Syru ip put up than the old methods, dairying will soon rank as one of
soil contains the three prime elements of plant food ill (hi. way finds a r,.ady sale and brings from 0) to 80 the chief industries of the county. The Jersey stock
the following pro(ortions: One measure of phosphoric cents per gallon crop is plante in February and see best adapted to this county for dairy purposes.
acid and I three ,measures of nitr to each one thou:-anl ma h up, in iOctober and November. The average yield Other breeds also do well. h ross breeding with Here-
measures of soil. Sola an ma .neia ar pIrse.rnt in is about 301(0 gallons to the acre, biut unler proper con- ford Short orn and Devon stock has proved very suc-
slightly less proportions, with carbonic nal at a rate of 'lititwis and manamenrmt, will lprodu(., 00 Wallohns. The cessful. and the cattle of this county have already gained
I 1 Icessf ul, andl the cattle of this county have already gained
one and thre.-iulart."rs part: illn a t th ,;m. tse acreage planted is small. About .(m m barrels of syrup r station for superiority. There has been a steady
excellent chemical conJitions may he addled eaailt DO OM mn000 poulhs os sugar is the usual cnr. here is emand for milch cows raised in Leon, and these cows
of temperature, the prolonged p.rno.d of growth al the a line opening here for a lar'e sugar plant. always bring fair r ices. The butter from Leon county
regularity and copitousne.ss of rainfall. Swee\vt 'Potatoes Nearly 200,0h) bushels are raised has won a name for excellence abroad and large quanti-
AS TO1 HALTilFLNISS. annuallyV. The yield is all the way from 1() to 400, ties have been shipped at profitable prices. There are
It i frequently aserted v ii t ,.ol that I...ush,,ls to thel acl-. The slips are plantevd from .June several fine dairies already established here and good
It is fre(uentl asserte ,v ignorant pele that I, to, August. andl eariy potatoes can lbe hadi the latter part butter readily retails from 25 to 30 cents a pound
cause Flori(da is (comparatively Ievel, t11 extensiv',of .uily. This is an all round toodl, can be used for'Cheese has been made here, and it is said that this
HAwm is exist iln certain localitit4. that the country i 'Cheese has been made here, and it is s aidthatthi s
unheas xist in (that ialaria musti,. the i h fOre. Inrba ans )east, and should b e, next to corn. the chief branch of dairying is more profitable than butter mak-
unhealthy and that malaria must. the iertr p~erv]ade, ..,, ..,.udu uuiri~siwvpui~oeicnuie'mK
veryy section of the State. (oo.1 climate and good!foo(l crop. ing. Large quantities of milk are sold in the city,
health go hand in hand ; we, have shown by scientific Tobacco The modern culture of tobacco has brought giving steady employment to four or five milk wagons.
facts that the climate is good par excellence, and we will t to thit front as a valuable and paying crop. This will The money value of dairy stock and products is over
demonstrate by records that experience has proven the soon e'ome one of the most rotitale industries of $160.000W, and of farm stock, hogs and sheep, over
healthfulness ofI Florida e equally as good. the county, returning large revenues to the farmer. $192,0(0).
The famous l ata Aajo, seed seems to be the best
In the first place. it is not the flat. low country that:T fr lamns "Tuetaara tob aee e e dfo the There is a wide field here for the improvement and
it in often represented to be. except in the extreme rI an t extension of this industry, and no other section of the
southern portion and perhaps one or two localities near g ineS atr,',e nder shade, is equal to the for- State can offer better inducements to the dairyman and
Itaar, eign product. Tihe success which has attended Lheser.
the coast ; on the contrary, the greater portions of theta, w r e stock raiser than this.
.efforts Of tobacco g,,rowers has proven beyond all doubt:
State consist of high, rolling lands, while other portionss that the soil and climate of this county possess all the TIMBER.
ire composed of high hills, n.red, brirken and rockvv, requisites for succetssfil tobacco culture. Besides the The forest growth of this county embraces live oak,
with numerms lvations mar feeta eti tobacco grown for wrappers and fillers, a very good red oak. water oak. white oak, hickory, walnut, cherry,
water. e ltquality Of tobacco, rulingng any Iproduced in V irginia magnolia, sweet gum, pine and other trees. The pine
Malaria e-xists to somin,- extent in every portion Of the or the ( arolminas. can be grown for plug wra))ppers, also furnishes an abundance of lumber and the lumber mill
world, and, of course,, in a country w}er,, vegetation f,1or cigarette and pipe use. The seed can be sown for industry is very profitable. Lumber for all building
grows with the exuteranc that it does in lhlorida. where plants the same as celery seed or any fine flower seed. purposes is plentiful. The oak, hickory. walnut, dog-
the breath of real winter is scarcely felt. the presence he usual method is to sow on land where trash and, woo(d. cherry and other hard woods ofer the best in-
of malarriaI ist,,)lt l.,. s v, li,,it ; ,ht the tlisea.ql.s af.risig wood has been burned to ashes. ducements possible for erecting an extensive hard wood
fron malarialnirec.sar, 11t l to) theyilhstforms I The settings are planted out in April anld May. Prun- factory'. A factory of this kind could easily work up
nof fevers ail ai,,t c,,mipaint om. There f are n) sch irng andl cutting lbgi in li July. i axe handles, broom handles, wheelwright material and
uncomfortaIle and dan ,erl'ius syniptinms i- f 1 inalaria ,.
poisoning met with in Florida as manifest themselves h is from ) to 1.mt ) pounds to the acre. It hardware of various kinds. The chminaberry flourishes
11011111, 1 m ing mt with ill Fl,,,'ila it's nalif,,st th,,1msel0 ,.s
in various parts of tlte States of New York. P'ennsvl- sells from 20 to 40 cltts a pOlind. Farncy tobacco brings here and is of very fast growth, and could be utilized
vania. Ohio. Illinois andl 4li1iana. Itilis fev.r ot a higher prices. for furniture and no doubt used for lead pencil covers.
remittent character is the most prevalent, but it reatlilyv ats This crop is planted in October and February, The pecan, hickory and walnut are not only useful for
yields to prope,'r treatlliit. Intermittent fevers also and when lprloperly planted yields from 2;) to 35 bushels the wood they furnish, but also for the nuts. These
occur, but are rarely atttleudl with dangerms results, per acre. Oats raised in Leon county are in large de- trees grow rapidly here and fruit heavily. The heavy
Tvphoid fever, au known in more northerly States, is mand for seed. and this crop is becoming very valuable growth of trees indicates the nature of the soil, and
totally unknown here. and profitable. these trees. like all other bounteous supplies, are not
Consumptives, or those, stferin from chronic dis- Peanuts This crop is largely under-estimated as a appreciated as they should be. In addition to this forest
orders of the mucous membranes, pIarticularl\y of the air food crop. The yild is about 30) bushels to the acre grwth, there is some cypress and black gum, which can
passages. u-ually tifind much relit.f, ift' their change lilts and the nut readily sells at $1.() a bushel, while the be easily reached and utilized. A hard wood factory
not been tOo long Ipostponel. liHere are vast forests of vine is valuable as forage and can be easily kept. would bea paying investment in this county Pecans
pines, breathing forth their balm till the whole atmos- Cowpeas These are always in demand. The yield is bear in about six years. A pecan grovThe trees bea more cer-
phere is fragrant with it. and if there is a possibility of about 15 to 20 bushels per acre. The vine. cured, is a bear in about investment than A pecan rge grove .s a more cer
relief for the unfortunate victim of consumption, this. tine winter fodder. tan investment than an orane rove.
in conjunction with the genial sunshine and soft, balmy The principal agricultural and other farm products for VEGETABLES.
air, wll effect it. 1903 were as follows: All varieties of vegetables can be grown and trucking
The climate of our State is regarded as'a specific for Value. for the home market and for shipping can be made a4
most forms-of rheumatism, and when coupled with the Upland cotton, bales 6.034 -.$283.776 source of immense profit. The spring garden includes
bathing to be had from the numerous sulphur springs, Corn, bushels 359.340 219.129 garden peas, celery, lettuce. Irish potatoes, beets, cab.
the beneficial influences of which have longbeWp known, Oats, bushels --. 38.099 29,066 Z and cauliflower, followed by tomatoes, onions.
a cure is often certain and complete.- Tht ( lowing Sweet potatoes, bushels .- ... 93.947 .... 39,169 beans of all varieties, early corn. okra melons, canta-
comparisons from the mortuary.records of various States Hay, tons...... .. ........ 1,853....... 25.442 loupes and egg-plant. The fall garden, inning about



ivldence of Alleged Assassination
Plot Revealed.


Ncrc to Be Used in Ov:rthrow of
Governmcnt--Promin^nt Cubias
Said to be Involved.

Advices from Havana state that ev-
Adence obtained by the committee
which is investigating the discoverY
by secret police Saturday last of a
considerable quantity of arms, ammu
nation and accoutrements in a house
In the Cerro suburb iL tending to int-
plicate a few men of some promi-
nence. The government has no doubt
that the materials came frcm the
United States, and it is seeking to
learn who were the purchasers.
The police found forty one rifle,
twenty-one carbines, thirty-fiNe pack-
ages, each containing a thousand car-
tridges, and sonime arrelrs illdi with
ammunition and accoutrements.
Government officials admit now that
they have received various sec rt adl-

vices regarding colmtinplatid iiupril-
ings before election .lay in various
parts of the i.- lain pat ticulal 1.i iI the.
provinces of Saltitago,. aita ( lara
anid Pi'lnar del Itio, w'it;i a o1 bi.tbleu
attack( ot1n tle palace in Ii ,a1 -iLna. 111ti
oibject of thle laltt ', a c.' Idinl t tI Ij '
otlicials, appiieai s to bc thl> itn- i ',,al,
1posSibly by assassination, of Pl e'-ideul.
Palma. The plotters, it is lointedl
out, are well aware, i:-,ce there is
now no vice president, that the elec-
tion of President Palma's successor
would, according to the constitution,
.1 be in the hands of congress, and that
the liberals, with the help of a few
Independents, could control both
The government has not revealed its
information as to the extent of these
plots, but si.ecial measures have been
taken for guarding the palace. The
facts that the president and his fain-
ily are remaining at home, and that
troops are being sent to the points
where, according to reports, the plot
ting originated, are considered signiti-
cant. So far as known, however, thlc.i
plots are not generally backed by any
large party, and, whether they are-
widespread or otherwise, the active
watchfulness against any form of up-
rl.sing is believed to have qtiielied
any ambitions of the plotttrs..


Atlanta Mayor Pours Some Hot Shot Into
Irrng tity Ullciels.
The mayor's veto of the resolution
raising thit salaries o' the general
manager andlii secretary of thle wat r
works was unaniniously ovurrildien
by the Atlanta city council .Monday
'[The veto nltssVt. was of considera-
ble length, and most sensational in int
terms, Intimating that mnetmbers of
council had been in(dueed by (lie dis-
tribution of official patronage ti vote
for high salaries.
The nmessatK' also dealt with public
officials who fall to ime 't financial oh.
Ilgations, a feature which Mayor
VWooalward promisdil to ileai witllh fully
and frankly in his annual message.
In this he was uindelrstoodl to refer
to General Manager Park Wxoodlwal,
of the waterworks and Co.mptioller .1.
If. Goldsmith,. b.th o whom have ro
cently be-n through bankruptcy.
Just be-fore the adjournment ot
council Ald-rioian Holland and ('oin-
cilmen Patt(rson and Ellis rote to
questions of persorial iprli ge. and
said some rather salty things In rme
gard to the former phase of th'- -nis-
Sage. These three ni-embers of coun-
cil had bern named as naving rel.
atives who had recently bern glen
jobs at the city hall.


People of Ar;zona Request Immediete Ad-
missios to latleood.
A number of leading business a11
profession citizens of Tucson, Arizo
na, held a meeting Thursday night to
organize a campaign In the Interest
S of the Immediate statehood for Art
sons. The meeting adopted the fol-
lowing resolution:
"I'etolve, That we favor the ad-
nilsion of Arizona an a state on snwh
ternm as congress may grant, even ac-
cepting annexation of New Mexico
rather than remain any longer In a
-territorial condition."


has yet visited Russia.
As <.ie of ,the chief causes of the
strike was the demand for clemency
fcr the Kronstadt mutineers, the str.-
liers feel that great sympathy will b'3
felt for them in the army, and they
openly declare that troops will not
::ie on the populace if such orders
are given. In a idition to this thel
people are better armiil than ever be-
ft re. as the rumors ,f ravages by the
lackk Hindred' have caused fear
throimghout the city.
That the go eernment fully apprect
nos thlie gravity of the ;situation is
ilnie'at.'d by startemen s made on higal
autlioity that a l:tre portion of the
im peril domain, which compriseMs a
thil, ol ItiRssia in lirope. and whliel
i. :at pr-,-,nt the i 'roprt'tv of the em-.
1 irir :11dl the gi a'Il lidukt's, will be
given to the pi'.:s '-;s.
According to tlhi information, lanil
will be supplied to the landless peas-
ants in 15-acre allotments, not as a
free gift, but on easy terms, the pay-
ments to be made through thle )pes-
ants' bank, and to cover a period or
thirty-five years.
The social democrats had an ini
pressivo response on thile part of a.l
organizations of workmen to their
summons for a general political strike
to demonstrate their solidarity witri
the struggle of their Polish comra(ies
for autonomy and to protest against
the execution of the mutinous sailors
at Kronmtadt.
The men walked out of all the big
mills and factories, and the employ-
ees of the Baltic and Warsaw rall-
roads. the printers and other classes
of laborers struck, but the shops It
the coener of the- city were not closed.
Troops took charge of the electric
light stations, which were operated
by sailors, so that the city was not
i'al,.I in darl.:nes:s.


Southern Association Plans Holding
Three Million Bales Off
the Market.
A Now Orleans special says: Fol-
lowing tlie arrival of I'resident Har-
vie Jrdan, the Southern ('ottlon As-
sociation \'eWednesday perfected plans
for thi- taking off the market of three
million bales ol cotton by means or f
sl-rie-s of pledges which the farmers
will sign themselves, stating their
rinie and i aildrss and the amount
of cotton thl-y will thus hold
Tihe cotton held will nout bo sold for

tlet Ian fifteen cents a pound.
.1' representative of the associatio-i
is to be se.it into veryy one of 817 cot.
, tn producing courntles of tlie cotton
belt at once. When the pledges ate
signed th,-- will be sent to the central
cfli(e of the assoril',-ion In Atlanta.
President JortdanU siay that half of
the crop has alre-ily been sold at an
r average of ten cent < and the spinnerf
nimust hav, all the remainder.
tHe ht-l(ives that fifteen cents fo,-
the reinihltdor is a fair price and it
v ill only average the splnners 12 1 :!
cents. while they haNe based all their
calculation on fourteen cent cotton.

141R PiAV WA-lto BY M'CILLA4t.

JNew York Moeor Joins Wilh Hearst is
bemeLed for leUly sheet.
Mayor Mc(lellau of New York has
jointed with \W. It. Hearst in request
Ing that the supreme ,ourt grant the
application for a ma:ndamus to con-
pel the production of -original tally
sheets before the board of county can-
vassers. The application was granted
by Justice Anmend. Judge Alton B.
Parker. speaking In behalf of the
mayor, said that Mr. McClellan do-
sired there should be a full opportun-
Ity given to have tih will of the vot.



naaguration of Great Strike Througih
out Empire Catches Govament
Totally Oprepared.
A St Petersburg dispatch says:
The general strike summoned by theo
proletariat began \,Wdnesday at noon,
mnd in a few hours thousands 3t
workmen had quit their employment
to join the throngs in the streets.
A ferce northeast blizzard andti
tanow storm, which swept the city ou
Wednesday night, drove every one
ft om the streets and did more to pro-
Iserve order than did the heavy p-i-
trol of troops which had been sta-
tioned everywhere.
The government was totally unpr4-
pared to meet the new crisis, and thu
whole country Is trembling before ths
v.utterings of-what is feared by many
to be the most serious upheaval that





To Perturb Russian Government Offit,
cials--Has 'itty Thousan4 Peas-
ant k'01iow0rs.
A St. Pctersburg dispatch says: A
,;. 4- 1!' 1'10:| 'or ,11A -, .-sit 'Ill.ll ll m adu ll.
11:1ipi11ira11ce near 1I'el/a, 11and Ulread.
h,1s tollo\w ers nilt n li, l 11 ; Ill!3,,-00 'T"1'l..
is tlle .startllllg IIwport received Thurls
i; .\ a!tei'rnoni in a dispatcih itorn Sim
l)1l sk.
Il'euza is in the liheit of the vast
reJiO extending \e. toward frolu thu
V glta, where Agrat iani uprisings on i
l;:irg scale have ibeun occurring., anw
if the report turns out to be tru-j
that the pretender to tlho throne ha;
placed himself at the head of thle
Speasanltry the government will soon
:iace besides other troubles a formilda
ble Agrarian rebellion.
It require a year to suppress the
famous trebelllion Ib I by Pu;ga Ticheff,
who ilnmpersonlate I the dethrone' I and
murdleredI enterr III in the time ot
f'athvitine II That uprising wa-s start
(el in the sam'i region oni the l):inlk:
of the Volga.
Though the Indun;trial tie up in St.
fotorshuir T la irsilay was. ,ve:i tnore
coinplette thiAn it was Welii.' I :, aid
tho u'hv lno) hrak has bien li;llifi t,.-',I
in the ranls of the workmen andi
-triks have lhrolken out at Ml.wenw
'ni l e Ro al, tl. m.lost niliortant fel.
tine of the the failure nf thi- wlk-iout to sipre il
generallyy olts.io, th" capital.
The factor. st i!.rle nt Mocr)\vw,.wich
hlas aisi;nl o,] ( rwilderaiblo proportion
prol)ally 4.',flo. men b luig ouit. Iis;
no diloict ncectilon with thoi St. P'o
torslbrg walk it, anidl dispatcieh
Irom the oli ctap!t:tl say th:it the rail-
roadu men rolveil tihe request of ( liet
!t. Petersturg strike conil."tto cold
ly. The whole great network of rail-
roads cpntorliig ait Moscow. except
tho St. I'etoer ,urg line, Is still In oper-
Ation at HIte-al.


" wo Thousand Bales Destro-ed by fire
Causing Los ofl $150.000.
A million dollar cotton fitre was una
rowly avoided In ('oluinbui.., tGa., 01.
Thursd:ayund as It was $15,u00 wort!i
'ff the fle,.- staple went up In stioke.
Over .1.,0 halem on tithe ground.i
i 'ied joint'," by the Centra.l of Ge()
gia railroaua coi.liany and the Atlai-
tic ('ni|prip'ss company, were bumlnn-i
to I'ihe i andt l,lw) hitbis were I)ad.
ly damaged, while huindrelOs of balos
wore scorc";,nd.
Thle c(.tt(t n I d'-streed waB being
SKept in an open spiac-, and Aw sPawait-
ing co.niprsilon.
A spark rrotn it Central of Gernrgi:i
f witch etgn :~n few f-t awuay
A stiff wind was blowing, anil the.-
fire swept ( ver the four acres of c .-
i 'on bales l:k<- the burning of a selvg,
i field. The, fire department arrived
Promptly and put seven streams ot
Sweater on 1he Cctton. but only.abotir
Ione third of the cotton north of Thr.
teenth .tr,ot was saved. South ft
ThirtPPnth street and on the coni
press platforms were many thouAan,:
balte, the total cotton on hand await-
ing comprers atgregating between I;-.
(00 and 17.000 bales, which were In
Imminent danger. cf destruction.




: A -100-paigo Illustrated Hook, containing val-
uabl Iinfort) l tilonl p ,'rtmillin to diseases of the
hi mulim s ste-htil, ShOWil il how to treat and cure
witlI tit. simipltest of nIl-dicines. The book con-
Stailns Lnlalsis o (of orts llhip imid marriage ; rear-
i il n ail inmlillmga llg'n t of childrene, besides valu-
O1dbls, etc., with a full
COnfllulen-it of fulit s in mlattria niedica that ev-
eryoi14, s-iSould know.
'I'l s moste indiSpensnhle adjunct to every
wpl -retulat1t4l 1hui tishold will hbe mailed ost-
pati(l, to any iiddtlrss on receipt of price, SIXTY
( C'lNT'. Addru'ss

S116 Central Ave.. ATLANTA., A.

e4@*,O efl **eI*****ll


Old Kemper Livery Stables.


68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.




54 N. MO Pv'E ST.

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad.

(In Effect April 10, 1905.)
READ DOWN. River Junction and Pensacola. READ C?.

No.22 No. 2 Trains do not stop at Stations No. 3 No.21
Daily Laily where no Time Is shown. Daily Dally

10:20a S:10p Lv River Junction Ar 12:16p 7:$!f
lu. Oa 5:21p Sneads 12:02p 6:5m
S11:2'2a 5:32)p Oranu Ridge 11:52a 6:40a
E 11:451 3:3,'p Cylress 11:45a 6:SOa
12:14a G:oop Marianna 11:25a 6:00a
I 12:3-a t;:'1p Cottondalo 11:07a 5:30a
, 1:04;) <;:37p Chipley 10:47a 5:00a
1:27p n:.>p Conifay 10:30a 4:33a
1:41.p 7:12)p Caryvillo 10:15a 4:08a
1:35p 7:171 Westville 10:10a 4:00a
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon 9:57a 3:40a
2:31p 7:441 Argyle 9:44a 3:18a
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' JOH4N G. COLLINS, Proprietor.

W *lthed vaery FRIDAY Morning.


ber Insurance Sc adls an May
Take Some Action-Has Confcr-
cOce With Governor Higgiu*.
Governor Frank Higgins of Now
York was a dinner guest of President
Roosovelt t the white house Monday
night. Invited to meet and dine wita
the' governor w.-r" Ster-retary of State
Jootl andil Post ri;sla i (;G;n tl ('orte'l

The'l ('O if-re'n-' n'iitiltl-dly li port.
ait ls ia>n ;at tih f llraiir table, anril
'oniritlnue-al aitil itI a .i i- h ilt,in '1 1' i i' jl
Ident lnvil' dl (i%'l iI ofr HIiggir l o
W ashili4i't, to dli'; n-:'i with f i h n il ti
N w V olek polltiral Hit at on. 'Th"
whole Millesthj-'t wailHs nMt )i|el ed with
lpeclie. l eI feir i t tl i e li tll-' IlHo li'ret
made hifore the tiri'lnia lllao Iti At it
IngK coniin ttiee.
P'rousidl'ni it oOK Vel t iil inti ally t
deeply Il ts rested lit the i it iati i an
his uwn it:ite, asi were the three pai-
ticipants In the conference. Th'e evil-
dence Ltaken at the iinmiriance inrinliy
bas involved several politicinn, aind
that subje't wan dlliimnued thorouighly
at the corifere'e.
The conference ,n'uled Nihortly I)#
fore midnight, aii (Governor IllggKimn
aistile the following statemen t li 3In re'-
alp iOh,.O to inqaillrties iin n wiie'l apli e liti

'"1h'le hlipjew ( oit e h4 alli nan of I ll.e
reptilli(it coiitnt itil ou fi tti.i of r New ,
Yoik wan d -iiet d 'Illie |ir e- eiist
Inaiel the foll|l,wl'.' i l si atrl nft
'i anu \I ly o ilfic atln at1 lil I li"

l.ill Iha t i d I lin, ln ii tl li' ,r ii ., eiil .

fih ilfl | ii t f i ti I' illii-V a I' l eilhl il e '.
|Isom to>i lln ll iii. hv i is 1) 1 i s 1,( lll ll (if 't
chali oiiui i f it hi' <'aiiiiit., 444i344 iiii t e.f
but Is anoitluim that whoe ei I'tn i ele'it
oil w ill Ie-. it tiall. of It e' 1) 1i ii t (.li1i
S 'te lr aiif if l1itllttl eli.
"TIhat ina the only rI'ptI uIi. tlemii,l
I iam autlhoilu ed Ito i iak lit ielhatio li
to thie confe',iine. "
(Iivei nori i tKgin dlec'3lilf eI l t io e
Into any dlifs'liisnlolln affecting foll er it
Oovernoi delll andl hil contintled
leadership of the phat t In New York.
Governor illKKImlin lefI at oeii-ei onu hl
return to Albany.

6tAr1 IRliK ItM lUIA AItl.

ladia lElement lhow Pleas Politckl lip.
heeval to 4ccomppilsh Perpose*.
A St. I'ete.rllutar NsIec'ial of Mondtay
says: With the colllnpse, of thie strike
the leadeill of the "reds" say they will
now devote their enetrlies to the lpriep-
aration of it intiverital political tliike
to iuistiila the aIntvilltiltonary proxiigrii
when t'1 na!loaul *asmitftblmy in,-iits.
These' plaui which were suddoenly.v ti
set lby the peiiecplittitin oif the railIroId
strike lIIt n onlth, ait ex eelifs rldtir ili
tUous, Involving Ithe. e olp ialion. inot
auialy of worklinoi iof lifhe itli-.b, ut fll
the pi'asi ntly, atnil. It oe n i lde, ih,
army aund nnv.
The plroplaianda IlIniiliK the iihlih 4
and sallorlh' will Ie milsti I en-liKnetiihll
ly. The leaders lren'ail chllti liil
they have oranninil/ed th.h lptun.litir% in
Sve district ilof Khitikoff pru lie'. i'
pOaRtRants hiavilingK listed in it to 'I"
for the Indlleiils when ihi,. lt ikI. is.
called. The) ltliciipttle that tihe liiini,
1oI which Ilt it h ilh oii- w of iilliel-.t
16.000,0041 plMiahnth (f it, it ;enit 1il I1 v
ltace, aoeording ti *mstilitiiat. w 'll
prove an eflertlveti ill f the, ialt I
ti( as (h '.vy ('ia iifnfiim' l to iif il i h,
peasants l iidul tie 111t iim ltii lt0 1 x


to Crimilel Asseilt rial Reporter% are
ltreateoed wils Jail Shetenten(i.
Jack IHunflfr. one or i i tI. live-< ,
charged with the e mirdei i el Mi .1
8. Smith, wain sliced lion Irll a.1t (lii-
deoin, Ala., M)onidaf after ||i|ii \1
sensation mwan creaeh-ll whenii .liplie-
Iisque ordered fli th rolll room iei eile l
of a large crowd of spe'ctatoir il3io
the request of the, relatlvm i of Ih i
murdered woniutn, and warned theo
newspaper reporters not to pIiltilltn
any of the evidence under a ponal. ,
of being sent to Jail.

Fisherman Gives In.
W. H1. Rothermel of Wilke. iarrr.
Pa., who has been contestlang In the
court since August. 190)3, the right of
the state of Pennsylvania to stop fish.
lag an the Sabbath, has conceded the
poiet and paid the long-penutng fine.
Te Quaker state was found to us.
tals the prlaciple Involved.-Fishbin

Florda State News. L C. YAEGER
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School Tax Apportionment.
W. M. HJolloway, state superintend.
eat of public Instruction, makes the
senti-annual apportionment of the one
mill school tax fund. Amount for ap-
portionment $70,252.08. Rate per pu-
pil, b3 cents.
Alachua .. .. ..$3,501.77
Baker .. .. .. 590.96
Jradford...... 1,537.991
Iirevard .. .... 43.06
('alhoun .. .. .. 512..94
Citrus .... .. .. 473.10)
Clay ..... .. :.,;,. 25
(C'olumhi . ,J. l .21
Dad'* .. .. ... 1,177.77
IJ)e oto ... . . 1i ,;! I
ilurjlVtr .. ... .....4* l. Vo
l v;ilj t . ... .. ., ,' 7"

S;i, riilllll .. .. . ;. 1. .
I i, .ilaIild . . >.11t. .,'
S!f| l

....4 .1.71
li iH lll, . . . ,1 '7 '
.1 l'ir n .. .. .. .. 'h 7 '
J11 or o.a . . 10. )-, I.
lul li t . . . 1 7 1 .: "
I.(i k s, .. . .. ],13" l
,rr .(i .. .. 4 ,1.21 71
i,.ifon ..... . 2,4;.. :{2
l, vy t...... . 1,121. o 7
il.e. ry . ... . ",.7 1
.V ilo I aI .. .. .. 2,:7;6.
l wtot. . .. . 1,1;2 .4 0
.I Iont . .. 3,4h .2 2.7
M.1 inll . .. 2',7.02

ramiin tt . . .. 1 ,17 .1 2

MO II. fh .. t. .a t tt (i (i.'> 1
*Ii E ;o .. . . 7'f.h 1 i7
"Ol'hIch W f1J.y. 1
w rlll in gi.. .. .. 1.317 9 ; '
iM f I .i t,, i t ,o h .17 07
t l 1ll .110 1 . 1,7. .
I t li lt i I . . 1, l l :
.it n I fl ll1, . ... i I, 3 ',
H anl, yi .I .. r t'.l 1a t i
j'o I : t i l- l ;l (i t .1 .. .. 1d :l ;. Is |l i
U ll l II;I '" ", .; (i n
'I. In . . .. .. 7 ,i
\\' iu i l \\',lhh liiftinl I l . ,

rT ow ia l . 7 0 ,2 1. (i l I
f li1ii ee In fiii l .i . 41 :i.al n I

Thnklllvlng Proclamation.,
( F hiilikd lt li.e llrIv ,l niiift lh$ ii, ilo t ltl .

"It I a t n tiiillfil iin l ltlii a h inorl l |l
lo nlth i, which of th iai| it o i, liny ini
t,ach \ouf aN a day of tlmnkl gvlvltn
for Iti hl iil, which p i a pople, ty enjoy. '1 hii
Sr.iug, now t irliil Ing ht nd, hal been
frillfiil In bl-nilnlin to the peopl, 01
FIorhla, thi Intllhctual aind niorill up
Ilfting of oir people iM tcvl ncdil on1
ovory hiind tnil tho roa( nitcrllil
dtvloplnlnt off h, stltel I observell
ild 'orinmiiitd nil n by all thought
fill people, priplorlty l irtvlatl
thr t lu hloit th1< l<>ngth and brpadth

Pensacola Open to the World.
All quarantine restrictions against
Pensacola on account of the yellow
fever have been removed by order
of State Health Officer Porter. As
a result, hundreds and perhaps thou-
hands of persons, who have been kept
out of the city on account of quaran-
tine during the past three mnonthswini
return at once.
It is expected that at an early dat,.
the executive office of the state boaru
of health will He renioved from Peri-
icola back to Jacksonville.
lir. I'ortei, In r.,iov lnig qiiarantin ;,
S r(,111r.ijnicatd with A acting A i.ilstant
$ui skgeonl (G .1ne.rial (;.lniol i, anli tl.:
iJ.iter htIti-d that li . d ,'fa ui i It itl",
A tihoiigh relying uiion ilh: I jilligirierl
',f 1the h''. ilth offi I .
"1 I' e l ,< *'l'l liu 'lit l| 'li i, lll[ t ; li I t : ;i
i-t, l ;it F- urt fli lau am;i. ll thie n;l ''
i .l;' l l ;la l f ; ) t 'li l ,l, .( a ll tl ill'

i lh tlol th il li; i t1l ill thri ''

1'i'|i1.Mit ttions :>re Intig r r;pilhly
i (141il, lt, 'll for iwt Ii' nl'oii l r t lh
Fi l'm'i >livimion. I'nillrv I (Coifil itte
'Vite. ai which Is tol ie ht'ld ill .lark
.. ernor Fleming, the chairlnman of thu
Joint c linrnttee' on airanii 'nnl ts, ex-
iw( 'tm iianinoilince Ih; (o fnlpletc' plro
gidini within the next week or ten

union :an' In the; h anl of a ((oniiit-
too' consisting of Itl' l e' ie rnllijf tt it
IlOw .\l rthlii l id ('lili ir, lDal;igihtters'
orf lia, ('(infei, race ant'l ix niintie 'rrt
(1 ih Moo un. of V\erea n. 'lThits onli
aittiiel \\ ltl iuak.i e .| ( liIal a Ieffort to
h.i fl .* +,lc i :i i ial s pal i t i(,ll irl.,
i l i? lr' i ;a (1*i i, a l '., \ M ll I (<- .i;r l'
Ill ft 3 lea r ig l .r tial itt
ihait e' ,.

.\ ) 1? ,\ III ,1j111 I 1.1 l* riti v i -i '

wait.rftil' It i.'l. sn)M'lly 11 o'clock
I I ill'l tl will <1 p ljrt It r t lly r iottit |i >

i ll. ( eai t hat It hail l4 rlta h iit vi'..
di t. I t ound (iAlll' n iOst n li not gl i lty.
alil brought In it verd let of n li-a
4int ighte.r agai.lnt the older brot her,'
Jailit's9, who (11d li the shooting. Aoter
niiey for thell do-eflndant then gave o.
l't, oif ian aiwila. 'lT'his was rtfus ,dI
rillfl the i llsoiwar given a two.):ttr Hen

heii li'w A tlhi at t he final sartvey e1
Iti4 i'lro in ralilrltad fromt li ve O ;,-
to ItFrnan iil ni tis tnow under 'way, s
il0o t (licoiirlagiig to the citizens (If
thie letter inet(', and indi tions llointt
io) i M a'4lv tl'illnation of the work,
C('erltunly within Ihe next year. It.;
('dull ti Ihe for aslV White eSprings,
it disttne f ol 26utilea frorn Liva (),<
fo 'na Un I nw nde wy,'O

(if Ill v ate't hihor hii had full .im Ii I;k,)l.v le utlecciat .,ali irv. lve
ploh yn1 Int. I m'l n eilevrceu has beeh. n it t,, 1il Wirnrv lr" thv %v M were 1 ;d0., fill
.i.ch vol.llin. a, to aimont choke thk '
nich vlm ntie 4at iflowentchoketheotr dliffurent riout e', hut it has been
rhlld, f hli t er hril aii nfflic edi of ur i an l oil? v ; illoflici l of the new
-pl'imiih, it.uct, r hi* affli ctid ouir i lrumd lthiat ti** one rnost dleiralble
liv'ouelo u1, ,pt hI n ilole c'll', atid 1h1 e-0 elwill In iI Jill lprobabillty take In the
it. ravnigue hav e, lee,,ni Itght, and Its. i '" nf t. (;eir i harlto
pro.Il.ri-n 1?4 now oIliost me'rcr'ifiully stita.- I ('n tYrit 4e-,i ii;t.
il, it Iltllidl or lotheor reilt ivilalllit
1lia. hib e ni vllli% l iliein IiM. I ,lah 4 it "T'hI erl eforo f.llow'liK ile exiin i p i f W ;i..1 .t; 9 (1. w l(,h l 12.(i'0i atcre''
irf t i Pt ro i ient of the. I tried s.tati, r. I lo lw .il# ind cy ipre s tini heir i
whi ham P,., Sl Nli lt% im i(,illll i h, I lilitth 'h0y h1111 114 ll ,.r colint. this state, pas.
fi Niemliher ias a day of praYevir and I to (len l' W. lParrottl. lDavid WiNl
than i.tlvlng to Almighty (hod, thee' floi'rl, H. .I. 'ilr lett aun l ,. .1. Iaell'i
.'l ir ofti all g i' and lrcius ft. i t At aitt Thle latd teillh it.'
"I. Naipol-oni it. ilroward. governor I G o; gt IIl ttia on 3tie' north, and thle st
or titl, ( .tit orf Florlde i, ido herehy pro'i M ii in river t 1i on theit l itllt lit '
'lim a l l sei t apili ,. l'huirm daein t lh rt, llri f t 11, 'h lrgel' li hasie f in ,l
'li1i lit ,. N( vem.ti heii r. I. I lit icilt w l ti \. l4 il l by Sll F:l .l
I lia ml.eIno l ing liie ini'tm em i ta h'Engla ind. from ti 33,
4 ilI tihnt il: !vi t ia4 ll 1e le ~ stat o F lo hla 'The tilor'glat Soeit
I-,1lt their uis ali i lntionl ni d untI ,t i an d l Flor1 t i rat ilway. paissoe'
Ii "li' rt ud p I' i i' t lli E'prai tis8 thai4gh the' rct( t 'Tlrhi e tramnetrianaction as..
1lii l- N o ld i p ivte le 3 'i .t r for fillt' ca l, buit Ih t t, ul ni nt it i ll d i lal ,t
al s',1ili. we' have ,,e..-',.I at ills1 kl i n. l1
lh ndllt; ilt our gKrtef'ril hearts express
tllh nkfii iil u in int- of c'haritv and itl I. Knight of laiko ('ty h i
h'* l* ii* ward luhe oiiffrlinlig ta:i i l ,I etteh r fromli lion. ilarvle .il t .
li, .lhe wihiw and llrphan, Ihiiin d U. presklent of the Southern ('o
e', ifor thanlikl fullte' hi l a l oi o tn' Atisocliaion. fixing the 21th dav
I Citi',4for thalknmOtilai.s and rejole- of Noveimbr, is the time when heo
1ii, will lhe preplenit and address the farm
"Itentino mny lhand of, I hcave her, ern and orgianlre them into an amso-
lii x.ed tho rhandt n.al f Ihme Mato he -altion for their protection. At thil
lMorlxda. the eatnihalter the o Pate l or t1111fe, lion. Wilter F. Coachmanita
Filrin, t iTallah dam of Noebthe apit A of Jacksonville Ii elected to make
Itf O.f, 14t1ilny e-f N tof NnibeA. A 1. tin AP.ON tnl HR7At" ion to the 'roducer. It i nex
"N'A I'(iI.()N if. IRO)ARi,"- 'elteld thait low ritef-posalnbly one
Sc.r.fpod.nt rUl Thl tiill Irll-- will be annoulncen
Vilftli ne m c rt ll or i hrulent mays: 'lT'h e hit' rth rllroiads,
conntriitiloii of the new railroad. the r lrad
IIdrngh, Iing i, 'oluhmd w allnd An Seven atlleeid pickpockets were ar.
idrl luring pushed with done all oi, rested at ah nlosta. (a.. a few day,
aloe the line tw being done all ago. and are being held for investiga-
along their line between Chipley and tilo. They are said to be a gang that
North st. Andrew ay. Steel has be. e has been following Ringlila Brothers
M asix miloe south of Chipley. mlmr B-

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Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
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Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on

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"What maks Peck look so wor.
"He's been contesting his wife's
"Why, I didn't know his wife was
T"that's It-she Isn't."-Cleveland

"I understand Mrs. Vick-Sean and
. 3 or husband had some high words
yesterdayy .
"It's true so far as It relates to
er. He may have had a few words
also, but he didn't get a chance to
use them."-Chicago Tribune.


Mrs. Pinkbam' Advioe Saves Many
Prom this Bad and Costly Bxperience.

It is a sad but
Sm ne true fact that
every year
brings an In-
crease in the
o numberofopera-
S tions performed
S upon women in
ourl hospitals.
fourths of the
S patients lying
on those snow
white beds are women and girls who
are awaiting or recovering from opera.
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
lenty of warnintin that aring down
feeling, pain at te left or right of the
womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the
small of the back. lencorrhmea, dizzi-
ness, flatulency. displacements of the
womb or irregularities. All of these
symptoms are indications of an un-
healthy condition of the ovaries or
womb, and it not heeded the trouble
will make headway until the penalty
has to be paid by a dangerous opera-
tion, and a lifetime of impaired useful-
ness at best, while in many cases the
results are fatal.
The following letter should bring
hope to suffering women. Miss Luella
Adam.sof the Clunnade Hotel, Seattle,
Wash., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-
About to yieatrs ago I wasa great suf-
ferer from a everer female trouble. paijls and
headaches. Thedwt'r reserireiy fortune and
finally told nw that I had a tumor on the
womb and nit under o an operation if I
wanted to get well. I felt that this was m
death warrant, but I spent hundreds of (do.
lars for medieal help, but the tunior kept
growing. Fortunately I corresponded with
an aunt in the New England States, and she
advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
table Compound, as it was said to cure tu-
more. I dd so and immediately began to
improve in health, and I was entirely cured,
the tumor disappearing entirely, without an
operation. I wish every suffering woman
Would try this great preparation."
Just as surely as Mis Adams was
cured of the troubles enumerated in
her letter, just so surely will Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cure
every woman in the land who suffers
from womb troubles, inflammation of
the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous
excitability and nervous prostration.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all young
women who are ill to write her for free
advice. Address, Lynn, Mass.

Avery & Company
61.58 Routh Fo orsyt. At., Atlata. O&a.


Reliable PFrik Engianem eller, all
Sixe*. Wheat aelrauterm.

M. .L Al,

Lame aEnginesand Sailes ~Inpld
II Promwptly. shingle Moll*, Cern Mule,
Circular SawegW Tooth.Patent DOWN
SwaN Geveroees.Full lin.e Kgplnes&
-momW StupplesSoa w fv' reeodlegeei
All& m .eWa

Fussy Old Gentleman' (to chance
traveling compazion)-Have you any
children, sir?
"Yes, sir; a son."
"Ah, indeed. Does he smoke?"
"No, sir. He has never so much as
touched a cigarette."
"8o much the better, sir; the use of
tobacco is a poisonous habit. Does he
frequent clubs?'
"He has never put his foot in one."
"Allow me to congratulate you.
Does he never come home late?"
"Never. He goes to bed directly
after dinner."
"A model young man, sir, a model
young man. How old is her'
"Just six *months."

Kitten In a Mall Sack.
One of the queerest packages that
a mail clerk ever took In off a mail
crane, says the Wheeling Intelli-
gencer, was that received by the clerk
on the train on the Ohio River Di-
vision of the Baltimore & Ohio Rail-
road, which leaves Wheeling about 1
o'clock in the morning. I
At a little station call d Vienna,
where a mail sack is taken from a
crane, as the train does not s:op, the
mail clerks the oth-r morning nidie
the regular grab for the mail poui-h,
and after opening it found that a live
kitten had either heen put in it 1y
someone or had gotten in accidentally
and had been delivered with the trail
in that rough way to the c-r.
An examination of the kitten
showed that one of its legs was slight.
ly bruised, otherwise it did rot ap-
pear to be injured. Since then it
has been making the regular trips in
the mail car and the clerks are very
much attached to it.



LatMy uafrpred Tortures Unlll Ce red by
Cuticura-seratclaed Day and lNgbht.
"My scalp was covered with little pim-
ples and I suffered tortures from the itch-
ing. I was scratching all day and night,
and I could get no rest. I washed my
bead with hot water and Cuticura Soup
and then applied the Cuticura Ointment as
a dressing. One box of the ointment and
one cake of Cuticura Soap cured me. Now
my head is entirely c lvar and my hair 14
growing splendidly. I have u-ed ('uticurat
,oia) ever since aiid hall lnveI r lie without
it. (Signed) Ada C. Smith, 39 t Grand St.,
Jtrsey City, N. J."

The word "banquet" formerly meant
Taylor's Cherokee lrmedy of Sweet GuOnm
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy -( ur-s
Coughs, Colds, ('r-uip and Consiumption,
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug-
gists, 26c., 60e. and #1.00 per bottle.
The old local costumes are still worn in
many parts of Russia.
How's This?
We offer On* Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarb Cure.
F. J. Cugtvy & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the lost 15yearsn,and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transso-
tions and financially able to carry out any
obUgatlons made by their firm.
WASr & TaRAX, Wholesale Druggists, To-
ledo, 0,
WALDIma, KIxxAX & MaavrT, Wholesale
Druggist.s, Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,. act-
Ing directly upon the blood and muous sur-
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists..
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

Patience-So you've been to the
baseball game?
Patience-Yes. dear.
"Was It Interesting?"
"Oh, very."
"How did it come out?"
"Why, one side got one run anI
the other Irot two.'"
"Which won?"
"The one which got two runs."
"Yes, I know, but did the home
team win or the visitors?"
"Oh. I didn't ascertain that.'1

The ateamihip Korea, which arriv-
ed at San Francisco from the Orient
recently, brought the most valuable
consignment of raw silk ever landed
in this country.


Lemon Elixir.
For Constipe*ion, lbillouseesa, In.
digestion. f"ur Stomach. Colic,
Disslness,. Headache and anything
smsed by a disoftered Livew.
e moves
"That Drowsy Feeli g"
by cutting your digestive orgase
to work, increasing your appetite,
s ad. ia fact, makes you feel like a

se. and 01.* pe re,.C.
me a4l Drer Joge*&.
@ase Do" C06naee".

fsDrpy*Is 1

Miss Passay-I congratulate you.
I understand you're engaged to be
Miss Gidday-Who told you?
Miss Passay-Why, your fiance
Miss Gidday-Which one?-Phil.
adelphla Press.

Busy Sheffleld.
Sheffield probably employs more
workmen In the steel industry than
any other city In the world, and the
returns of one firm show that there is
not a man on the "unemployed" list.
-London Globe.

But Found a Care After Fifteen Tears
of ufeuritif.
A. IT. Stotts. messenger at the
State Capitol, Columbus. 0.. says:
Y "For fifteen years
^ I had kidney troul-
bias. aniid though I
dotored faloftully,
Should not find a
curet. I hid heavy
baocknachs, ndi z z y
headaches and terrl-
tlo urinary d sor.
ders. Oie day I
collapsed, fell in-
sensible on tlhe side.
walk, :nd then
wanted away !n bed for ten weeks.
After being given up. I began using
Dean's Kidney Pills. In a couple of
months I regained my old health,
anid now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve
boxes did it, and I have been well
two years."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

Shrewd Cats.
Chief Clerk Samuel Roop, of the
Bureau of Police, who is a close stu-
dent of animal life, relates an incident
coming under his personal observa-
tion which goes far to prove the rea-
soning power of the feline tribe. "For
sw'vral )ears," said Mr. lool) recent-
ly, "a black cat gr(,w .slh l a Friuig ltth' i at at groe ,'r lrl', neair
''w u y-i r.sL and l'arrish strte ts. Thli.
cat induolibtl.dly was A itln'hd hy all
the (.tis in th, ucnighborli oul. I Inako
this ast.-s tiun contfid 'lt ly, b'cMauso
when ip<)r pu.as was killed by an au-
tonmiloile the' o'herl night, a dozeOn ciat
s iddienly appeared in theo vicinity of
the grocery store berth. You can le-
lieve it or not, as you like, but every
one of those cats was black, and I can
only assume that each expected to
impersonate the dead feline and step
into his shoes, metaphorically speak-
ing, unchallenged. One fellow, a dead
ringer for the unfortunate tabby,
thrashed all the others, and actually
palmed himself off on the storekeep-
er, who knew nothing about the acci-
dent, as the real pet. The grocery
man didn't have the heart to fire him
out when he learned the truth, and
the new cat is waxing as sleek as his
predecessor."- Philadelphia Record.

Mrs. Oldwed-What is your hus-
band supposed to be worth?
Mrs. Newed-Really, I can't say;
but I'm sure he has depreciated con-
siderably since our marriage six
months ago.-Chicago News.

Make* Way for the iweote F1ood
i*te r Iny.,

or a

"r'orrhdge Is nr( longer simed for
blreakfnat In my home." wr ite :i loyal
Briton from Hiintsville. Ont. T1rhll was
an ndinssion of no iniall slgni(flcaince
to one broughtt up" on1 the tinis lion-
ored stand-h.v.
"One monthly nno," she' corltiiestis. "I
bought na panckag'u- of ('rape Nuts food
for iny limlniiiil. who lind Imen an In-
valid for over a year. li- liued pnissed
through n severe antt:itk of pnoiiinoiiin
nnd lIn grilppl- ,c'mi)uin.ul, and was Irft
In a ve'rvy lnd conditionn wi.ihen thepy

"I tried ,everythinrg for lil lInemf't.
u11t niollhilig F( i'elc d to do hlim a1 : y
grow(. Mfoitli folloriol mnonlii ndld lie
still ronnnitinid na wenk no ever. I wain
nlmol t d(Ilf'.nir.ageL d holnit hirn vriAe, I
got thip (G;rape Nuts. hut the' result has
conprensate'l inp for my anxiety.
"Iii tlie oiie nint ih that lie Ihas enten
Crranpe Niit. lie li:es| ;iinedl 10 i pominli
In w.elight. his tlr .'gtlh Is rapild y re-
turnlmg to hii ni lie felalike f a lk o ii
niln. Now we all I'vt (;rupe-.Nult fuoil
aind are the better for It. Our little 5.-
yenr-old )bo. who us'(d to suffer froin
pain in the stomach after eating the
old-fashllned porrdge. halss no more
trouble sine hlie began to wuse ;rnpe-
Nuts, and I have no tuore doctor's bills
to pay for hilm.
"We use Grnpe-Nnits with only sweet
cream, and find it the most tasly dish
In our bill of fare.
"rIat Mondny I ate 4 tenspoonful of
Grape-Nuts and cream for breakfast.
nothing else, then set to work and! got
my morning's work done by 0 o'clock,
and felt less tired, mni'h stronger. than
if I hbad made my breakfast on nest.
potatoes. etc.. as I used to. I wouldn't
he without Grape-Nuts la the house
for any money." Name given by Po-*
turn Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. There's
D M A"-_ ..-_ .__bls AMI . .


Over Hundred Lives Reported Lost in
Sinking of a Steamer Off the
French Coast.
A London special says: The cross-
channel steamer Hilda, from South-
amptou for St. Malo, struck a rock
and sank off the French coast Sunday
morning. One hundred and twenty-
three lives were lost. Six persons
were saved.
The Hilda left Southampton Friday
night for St. Malo with considerably
more than one hundred souls on
board. Her passage was greatly de-
iayed by a fog in the channel, and.
when nearing St. Malo, she ran into
a severe snow storm, apparently miss-
ed her course and foundered on the
rocks off Jardin light house, three
miles from St. Malo.
The company's steamer Ada. out-
bound from St. Malo,. rescued five ot
the passengers and one of the crew.
The Hilda was built at Glasgow in
1862 and registered I 1 tons. She was
a screw steamer of iron construction,
235 feet in length.
T'ho Southwestern Railway compa.
ny Is as yet unable to give a list
of the Hilda's passengers, nearly all
of whom were Frenchmen, but they
cay that a score booked passage at
stations between London and South-
ampton, and that, to the best of their
knowledge and belief, nine of these
were drowned and only six saved.
The company Is still without re-
liable details as to how the disaster


figures Given Out Indicate Crop for Year is
9,559,793 Bales.
The cotton report of the Nationtl
Ginners' Association was made pub-
lie at Dallas, Texas, Sunday, one day
(olOonl'r than inttended. The reason,
, Fcretary Blackwll said, was becamnse
:I a ortion of tlhe report had lealkvd.
lie tidl not knllu, hiow this had hap-
I lmne'i, he I a il. 'Thi', iu iinai ly of re-
Ilrrts show that there ha.- bun gill-
t'lld to Nove'ilir 1,, ] o t.',, total 7,-
T'l reo, is ,4. 7 ]Jp r cent pl(' :-nid 7 Is per ,ent giin -ed, indicating
crop for this year of (9.439,793. Fol-
lowing is the estimate of the total
crop by states:
Alabama 1,141,854 halRs; Arkansas
446,880; Florida 7h,140'; Georgia 1,
577,379; Indian Territory 262,911 ;
Kentucky 1,560: Louilsana 530,868;
Mississilppi 1,097,00; Missouril 37,190;
North Carolina 563,307; Oklahoma
2G6.480; South Carolina 999.367; Ten-
nessee 243,070; Texas .2,205.424; Vir-
ginlia 15,320. Total, 9,459.793 bales.


Mess of Metal Coetaaine Rlemaiss of Two
Mee is Suried With Church Rites.
A funeral without a parallel in Phil-
adelphia took place Sunday at the
Milvalo steel works, where a 40-ton
Ingot of steel permeated with the
flesh, blood and bones of two work-
men, was buried with solemn church
The workmen, who were so strang,!.
ly laid away, were John Porkin antid
Joseph GOada, two foreign speaking,
laborers, t ho met a horrible deata
a month ago.
They were in a pit near a cupola
containing many tons of molten nietal.
A plug gave way and 8u.000 pound
of the fiery fluid poured from the
cupola an I overwhelmed them. Tt*"
men were completely incinerated.,
and not a trace of themselves or their
clothing was left.


Torpedo Boat Sinks Ih Collisie end Me*-
jority of Crew is Missing.
A special from KhlI saays: Torpedo
boat "1412*;" collided Sunday night
near Buelk with the suiall cruiser
1'nilne. Tho torpedo boat sank and
one officer and thirty-two seamen ate
The dilabter occurred during the
mlaneuvers In Kiel BHy. A torp.,!,)
boat division was making a regulation
attack upon the I'ndlne which had
blinded her lights.


biutingeished Soldier Dies rem the Die-
charge el Mis OWN Piste.
SMujor Simon Mayer. of Natche,,
Miss.. who was adjutant general with
rand. of nipjor on General Chalmer
St.ff, with 'Sharp's brigade. confeder-
at.. states army, was accidentally shot
MSonilay morning. As he arose froon
his b-d to dress himself, his plastol
slipped from under the pillow, the ball
striking him back of the right ear.
Death was instantaneous. He was 68
years of age, and leaves a large tam-



Is AUrmig Rpct Reaching the
Czar From Madchurl.


Only Oelkd by Reolar attIe-St.
in Worklca Appeal to Soldiers
and Sailors.

A mutiny in the Manchuria& army,
Is the latest sensational rumor in St.
According to the report, the em-
peror has received a dispatch from
General Linevitch, telling him of .a
revolt among the troops, which was
suppress.d only after a regular fight,
In which many soldiers were killed
or wounded.
Forty-two officers are reported t3
have been shot for participation in
the conspi racy. No confirmation of the
rumor is obtainable from the officials
of the war office.
Troops have taken possession of
the Moscow railroad station and the
road will be reopened by means of
railroad battalions. The resumptiott
of traffic on this road insured sup*
plies for the capital.
The workmen's organization Friday
addressed the following appeal to the
soldiers and sailors:
"Comrades and Brothers: For a
long time we have misunderstood eacih
other. Your ollAcors taught you to re-
.ard us as enemies of the fatherland
i.nd as crindnals whom you should

shoot. beat with your whips and
butcher with your bayonets. Our
struggle for the people's freedom and
the people's well being has been de-
rtlted to you as a revolution against
the fatherland, which you are obliged
to suppreis.
'Many of you, believing this, have
shot your own brothers, tilling thO
streets of our towns with blood. The
case is now altered. The eyes of
many of the soldiers and sailors have
been opened. They understand that
all of us are brothers, and that we
are sons of the same nation whose
common enemies are your command.
ers and those in power. They un-
iderstand that the liberty of the peo-
pie Is their own liberty and the good
of the people their own good.
"The men of the Black sea fleet at
Kronsadt stood against their cout-
manders and signified that they want.
ed to lead the lives of men, that
they wanted liberty and they associat-
ed themselves with the cause of the
people. A hundred sailors at Kron-
stadt have been handed over to a
court martial and today or tomorrow
may be executed. Knowing this. we
workmen of St. Petersburg struck,
demanding the release of our soldier
and sailor brothers and the abolition
I of court martials and the death pen.
"In it possible that you, soldiers
nnd sallors, will not arlmA and help
your brothers at Kronstadt' Is it poe.
Sthle that hand with the milrdierora of your
htothirs at Kronstadt?
"\Ve workmen say: 'The aii.se of
thi soldier and the sailor is our
e('ase,' lindl o we hav Rono out on
strike. You must say *ver\ where the
eriise of the workmen is oiur cause
nnol tlie struggle of the' o-rkmen in
Sour st 'iigle.' and you 11i.'st .t.sociaite
v ouri'selves with the s.triRgl.ing people.
You niiist strike and re fit t, por.
form thf? I lto ( lf InpM..Il ,tI: \oi. D)n
not l]stn to the world calling you to pit fluw I ti,he work.
|n l' nI' oveMtients I.1 t no!it )ne shot
be firld h voIl against the ro,)ple.
"N)own with w l'r hloil' ...l' v ." corn.
irn nders T.ong li\<. I f,,,e govern.
ment andl a free people, "


e Cev*Wee*tly forget the eNeme ef Mi
"fried Up the River."
Testimony by Senator Chauncey De-
pew, d(lring which he could not re-
'all who was the "friend up the river"
mentioned In letters written to Mr.
I)ept'w by John A. Nichols. was the
feature of the hearing before the leg-
islatlve insurance investigating com-
mittte at New. York Priday.
The stnator's knowledge was rath-
er limited, and many of the expendi-
tures and signer of Toucher@ he had
meyer heard of.



IA-v V v

Orohard Water !

Is a Certain Cure for


Stiiniulates the Liver, cures
Biliou~1j0ss, Sour Stomach,
Irregularities of the Bowels.
A natural product, prepar-
ed by c')nIc ntration ; a geln-
uine natural water.

*3& '3SHOE8SP
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.

kPas lI^n
Is.r / \


$10,000 B"..,I I ..a Bargain
W. L. Doeufe 9S.9 sho-e have by there oex. T'> 1-tte.r .'Iver6la. thui natsh's I.eadlinr
telllnt y easy flt and sereeiorwearing I irilnes (Coll-ge. f-ir ncl>h,a.trpilip are of-
qualities, achieved the rIgS ISleo fny-0 f,'ruI yunI-r-,n ,iof tht teountyat le. than
&aN In the wWMd. The e y ueJust gawooda
those thatc t eyou 1.o00 to 7.eo1- only ,e *Wv WITE TvODAY.
" World. .,"SOO,.O."!::. -f.?.,nIo GA-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon, Ga
my' rSctory at Breabbo.,, Moe., She Ilertie In
(tee world undelr rosf maing in c liM'a fine
wes, Hand show yM the care with which every Vid ib isl.
0[ *e.bM(hi Melmee youm ld rell e Varied Eldible Display.
J' Douglaes Oa.9 Qseo ae tie best Wanhington stroot, bItween Vesev
shees Ip odced it the wor-.
I ,ee .=dow .y the d! eeebetween the nrfl Park Place, is not a g< o I pllae
sheee m ode l my intory iad thy f other for a hungry man to walk If he is ternm-
skes, you would euadetend why Doeus lse
p.-s0';loee*t m e tm o mobe, why they id Iprrirlly without funds, nnr Is It. to to
arhape. it ie wr lesser, and e f S re'm mirnendeuil to a stroller who Is
eat e the arkmetty eoay. M iaufforing wlLh that form of Indites-
SWi'aW 9l p a rt:on which the sight of fool brings
? SS O W.o n with Its worst pangs. At this time
CAUTIIN.-Inliet upon havrlniW. IoIng.I of year, when tho mild weather per-
w4 itlho. Take no *iahitlllltt. Niognf IfnIne trilts such displays, ono can see there
vlthout hlisl nam and |,ritee tanim il on btottorm.
WANTIO. AAhim doialrlinevery townwhors ev.ry variety of fruit that coneOi to
fW. Is. Ikisl sipe mo.are ,w.t nll.l. u llnor of this market; pantts are adlvertls'rd
samples tent free for lusl|pe-tion u-xin reiliuv *
Pafvt Co/or t yelets us.dI theyuw /iu fnotwer lasiti. on every corner, fsha saI flesh are de.-
Write for llli.itrnetl t o 'atalog of Pall tylerio. c'l,,'lly In e>vldenc. both to the veyes
W. L. DOUGLAs, IlroektoB.. Ma i. tail t he tno.4tril. Mon In hlool-
s tithipil white c (its carrv c trespies
Your Work of alnimalil on the'lr houldoer along
h ,, rowlnet ail'ewalk; other men
in TWO trunillo, hiKe cheesos, a bhlg as mill-
i ftone..4, o n hanit trucks from warie
SAtkins Saws cut hollts, to wareliho1n a
al [tl | ,l*ll t k~ # l r

.V not only wood, iron
,4 and other materials
"--.hetter than any
other, but they cut

That is because they
are made of the best steel
in the world by men that
know how.

Atkins Paw,, ('nrm Knile, 1erlferlnn Flnoc
Itc'I r e ,p r lso i' ll |t. I ll 1.,ji hardware
dialers. 4 IIalII r oh n Ori rf. t.
E. C. l~llNS (M CO. Inc.
l.rge|t Psw MInsulcluireri a the iV.,,rl
Factory and Eatcutive Offices, Indianapolis
NPAPI ilpq N ew York, chi atn, Minneap.,lls
Vrntland (olirgtnn ill r, **n I t im
M phisll i AiIan s I u.Itutu t I s)
A1 c ACpt IO lubitltut l lila tn the Atkins Brand
Mv nY (AN ( 1)i tA IPS (MJl13i l's

$1, 000ToBeGivenfor

Reliable Information
We will give One Dollar for a Postal
Card giving the first reliable news of
a chance to sell a horizontal steam
engie of our styles, within our range
of mes. VWedo not want inquiries tt
this time for vertical, traction or gas

bave h plare bs eshe stieadardll er all sems

s Br-lu r Icgkw (- s**rs *NINPLIS M
&sts. am of material aid vrkhmessib.
Ow lUaeetlsesbIc a settll s vIll pse-
I. As Ala, rs fbest I he vw, merU a
wrm e se S t eter6 ki4.
Wrmt (tay ir t wel(a Fe,.
solal ajses ii odimGi INDIANAPOLIS

04 "mIwoin tost" f itA wt, IIII .
uismsuesagtes. IisisM.i. Pas M
act bretias^e me..


ra li il J1y *nou gllH Il*' r TvarilVi
rionn's, no far removal from the
noth het? l. remind the stroller of one
of thw gr'iatpf4t atntlh'tes England has
e>vor produi'lr l. wits Just such scents ns these that he
di'srrilld in hins isrle's ofr 'ms (ys in
"'L.uion Stroeor -New York IPres4

A V(uri Vor Sinalech Troiible-A Wow
M11lthod, lby Absurptlnn-No Drugs.
1)Do You lte:h
It wna'l aft d neased Stomarth Are you
Ktllictrd with Mho It iBreith, <;4, Blour
Irti 't timliq, llonrt I'm ,. indligestan Dys
prpasia, Hurnting l'na tiland Lead Wetight
in Pit of Stomanch. Acid Stnniur, Did-
teniled Abldomeun, )isvines, Colic?
lie4l lIrvath or Any Other Stomach Tor-
Let us Penal you a box of Miull's Anti-
Iitlhhi Water' froe to convince you that it
Nothing else like t known, It's sure
and very pleasant. Cures by absorption.
liLtrmesr Nto drugs. Stomach T'rouible
ia.n't )e curi' I otherwioe--o lsay Medical
S-tec.'e. )rtv, won't do-they eat up the
Stipic'h and nmake you wore.
\Ve know Mill'e Anti-Ilelciht afers enre
nid tve waat )iiU to know it, hieuce this
'tI('lAi. (irY.-t 'he r..-ar price eof
Mull'. Anti hl'lh Watera s in 3e. a box,
Sbut to intrutuce it to thousatndm of giffer-
.ri weT will *tit two (21 boxes upon a--
crelt of 7A<- and tha nm:verteimetnt, or we
will mend you a sample free lot this coupon.

112.M A l.tiE lBOX. III
tend this coupon with your name
and addrase anti druggist's name who
dAlre not ell it for a free box of Mtul's
Aiiti-lIlch \Wa'ter to
MtU LL's t;nAl-K Tos' Co.. 328 Third
Ave., stock Island, Ill.
S(re rFull AAddrew and W(ife Plaifsly.
would at all druuiasts, 8. per box.
< t
ltnderlrek-Plunger Is a wise one. He
s goinol to build a road tavern and call
It the "Oaragr."
Van Albert--Where is the wisdom
In that?
Roderick-Why, he I gnraoln to cater
to the atitomohile class. When a man
tells hi wife lie had to stop at the
gar& *she won't e suspiciouss*
i 9i-40tb*l.W Wwi&%"55 w w*'OPW.

A Wilderness Library.
One of the laNrget I, l rarlrs In Rat.
'mfa hblongs to (;G'naih \V. W tudin. It
consists of over 100,00() volumes, and
the oddest thing about I1 Is that it
Is not situated in a latrgI ritv. but in
the neiKhborhood of one of th" most
inaccessible Siberlan tons, Karajo-

VIlT8permaanetlymured. Nofitsorn
neasafter first day's use of Dr. Kline
herveltestorer,.ttrial bottleand trea
ir.t. H. KLIu,. Ltd., i Arch V..P
Japan is building five immense
ship .
Mrs. Wirnlow's 4oothintr Syrup for C
tetbling,eAoften tliegu ms,red u'eniBla
tlon,allaim Ipain,eures wind colle .25c.
There are only about ninety daily
in Russia.
also'ss Cure Is the best medicine weev
lor allaffections of throat andt lung
0. EInDLIi. Vatbttren. Ind., Feb. 1
The largest moth known is thl
For fifteen yeat i 110 tlrld
Jow was recorded in the sever
distrtas that comprise the mo
ulous part of central London.


's Grest
tise free

out a liberal amount of POTASH

in the fertilizer-not less than

ten per cent.

It must be in the

form of Sulphate of POTASH of

highest quality.

"Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are two practical
& .m,-! books which tell of the successful growing of potatoes and the
a bottle th garden truck-sent free to those who write us for them.
r papers Addres.G OERMAN KALI WORKS.
DmHew Vr-J43 Nass9 Stral, et AeaUta. Ga.-229 So. Broad Stret.
er r el - --- -
,.-wx. Ct p c TI

e i.ant m a 6 mIIIN.
stpo- POP I won't Asell m-SePl pa to a dealer who wooal $Oaras**2% I.
t pop cCaCll for your MONEY SACK ir IT DOXeN'T CVZ9.
*. U '.ID.ueeser. .3., Menulfaosuver, Nwisat.JdMe

A Woman's Goat of Arms

Good Luck Baking Powder, the absolutely pure and reliable leavener,
is a blessing to good cooks. You can count on a spoonful to go just so
far, every time, and bank on your baking being crisp, light and tempting
when you use


Furthermore, it is to every woman's interest to purchase this reliable bread instead
of the high priced kinds. It is sold at an honest price--o cents for a pound cam.
That's money in owr pocket-about 3oo per cent.-every time the baking powder can is empty.
If you cut out the coupons found on beck of each can we will ead y seful a
handsome premiums. Per list and pictures of
them, aee the fW be"k found eside each can. Tn oousnes e m aime ep wv em
Your grocer ought to have Good Luck
Baking Powder. It not, will you send us his-
same? mB--

urn SQUI~nUU MPG.M oMG RMhm*. Va.

Charles L. Rissooll Finds Humanity
Degenerate In the Heart
of London.
An appalling. criticism of the LoUn-
don of to-day is made by Charles Ed- 9427
ward Russell in Everyboly's. In the 4 A 457A
foreword to his new series of articles, 47A4
"Hondlers of the Common Gool Mr. 78) 964
Russell says:
"And it will appear as. a strange and
awful fact that In the first cf the,
countries we are to consider In there! po
papers the influence of civilistiz n
bas become to weak that in the cen-
ters of great modern cities surround- i
ed lay wealth and vump'uous display,
millions of men and women are daily 0 32 3
and visibly relapsing into birbarism.
After a long descent from the ra(e
most talked about and boasted of, and
after all the aids of the most ad-
vancel modern life, the fruit there is10
the type of a dreadful creature, de- ails
formed in body and mind, cursed with 219
Inherl'ed disease, helpless and hope- I lS 24 2
less, bringing Into the world other
creatures more wretrhed than himself,. W lW31
darkening the glass of civilization 9
with the sinister portent of hWs hag-
gard face. It will appear that this

creasing so rapl'lly and teicming so -,- .sa ir IMki mpee C. e a
threatening that natural commission-si ,o7 14 i ta .,* 9 Chain.e gineh e
are formrnd to conal.der him and how w n, Ihll. n .7 oltS 6e 31ro*11ie Ss Sts N 1k aict h 4Lches .76
71)1 I0 d0d ,RNn Per .l 5 Parl w-rie 2.. t.ft W *j rm 2'kl ie,, lr ,*LA.i
to mitigate the plague of him, and yet M K.-4d14iOp I ..-arl 1 l"ar'.r11,.1u.t fus.r Snd. iald __. -
47A,, rllt dJ ..earI, and hiat1ui 41. old L
he icreaser and ye, all the excellent 4 4 Od i. ,t-1. earl r rr 1 r Iol s old Slv kerHt 4t
plans and schemes that h,-lp others 6t terlinmrSilver. irlan 2carent. i.1. 9, 9 4a.' trlJc tl. rhat n .cS
and lighten o her bur lens. n.ver reach I Sterl, g Sler Bro.ce, p iposle. t .Se
901 Handy is, hbully .3rI 7 Pearls, wllttrfl . Y doZ. .#A
him nor diminish his numbers f n r I" O' Crs .-utS .l .4, 4 I .mliil, iWr.a .Itr- .l aJ. 0pw violet Tea S.ponns d '. Wz.
S.-113 Heart .W 76 WidMihshie,. barolil ./ Our Caitlo. T pictureses the corn.
take from the national life the shadow ,.I sw. .ow u i.;, W27 wi"hti->m,, Storltin snivr pW erlet vla.t ittrn.,.
of is presence. It will app iar, I trust, Ioti ow;aoM y .: 44 Maplelta'st-rlrhu tv.er ..v 4a4A Solid old Ui)d net Rirn e iB
S cWish t ne 16 W 7 ltub y ew)e., sterhaIU slivered J 467A Diamouid Iting. l(iu.u0
that he Is the natural and p'rfe:t -t OurCatalo.Tiinsnwrafiyrf..rurMua tl.Thtb,,,..kcnm Is.n l>a a(ndllhlistrates over A0Woarticl --
DiamndsA, od,,4 andi ,llv*i r Jw-welry, i.iti.her, El tuy, T'illt uxi, s=,s Watchls. Atinnt. '1 abli Ware. etc.
product of the systeIn of un(heckel W and Iins tlible r ftour thy if pi ask it.' ,n "f t I"'i 1 r Wt. o at nI wert fatuti )al weaiw yoi t o. I tit ,tl of yorir |ii r-rrian. Ian1e by selling
and Irihat la >e gref!r, of the S Sl-m of 'iArrwt Ir-i% itn -Irk iti..tit li rlur.ii i r i y< antaiwne-t l t'ftof th %,)1iltelr.tt]re wiltatal-r an> retailer.
last and caste which forms. Englanrid's inP'r teniiP -r..'iw"1,1 w-a tll(Irtlprderoby ttIatioh* e esnalactun#f thousands cuatoUe
nallt jart, ,ft tha- ,,*tulur o W .e an ll.iase you.
prohtinm aS it forrns oulr i, anti hat want wf%,ry .,ver .f arti'sir, J-wery *v.ry iwena whotntewltonlta tnkea hlidary rft, to have a
copy f uour ib-uitiitul atal'K- t*it p.tit il iilun re-, cipt of )mirarltdres. W'ItTl'E NOW.
the-n systems having .pro re l..d mucI' BAIRD-NORTH COMPANY, 320 Essex Street, Salem, Mass.
faritior aind existol iraich lrngf'r in
Englrand than in the In'nPoll Stares, 1'
in posil for ii.s t %oO D now aryl, big I(m early potatoes
conrletor whether wo r .:,ly wi-h to
erect aS'.lnpys. anil 'lerkenw(,ll in n i *
our own cities." r J rcan not he rornduced with-h

I .



September, bets, lettuce, turnips, cabbage and garden
peas ase planned. Two crops of Irish potatoes can be
omw.tham th.ehyear.. -SnM kinds ofvestablesea
bg!,g tWwt the entire year. SqIwah. ccum-
ber, d kershaw grow here in abundance.
This thenative home of the strawberry. They are
very easily cultivated. Planted in September, they
yield a crop in April and a heavier crop the next year.
The yield is enormous and the crop valuable. The
Y. They make fine preserves. Watermelons and
Mi oupes are easily raised and qdantties are sold
every year at the home market. Strawberry and melon
culture can be made very profitable. What is needed
here to make truck farming a source of vast revenue is
a first-class canning factory. Vegetables of all kinds
grow so abundantly that the surplus left from shipping
would furnish sufficient material to run a large canning

ry. ITS. For a number of years after the close of the Civil
FRUITS. War the city prospered little, owing to the severe re-
While this is not a fruit country equal to some other verses of the property-owning people consequent upon
sections of the United States, yet all fruit trees flourish that period; but in recent years, with the advent of
and grow to large proportions here. The grape culture greater and better transportation facilities in the way
is an established success in this county. The Catawba, of new railroads, the improvement and increase in the
Concord, Scuppernong and other varieties grow vigor- building of residences, hotels and business houses, and
ously and fruit well. The San Louis vineyards near the establishment of new industrial enterprises of vari-
Tallahassee annually yield large quantities of grapes ous kinds, the city has grown, and continues to grow,
and many thousand gallons of wine are pressed. at a correspondingly increased ratio with each year.
The volume of business reaches to near two and a half
The fig fruits heavy and figs properly preserved sell million dollars per annum. As a showing for the source
for 75 cents a quart Jar. The pomegranate, a large and of this business, this city is a distributing point of con-
beautiful frut, very refreshing to the taste, trives siderable importance in the way of lumber, merchandise
hereand could be ade a source of profit. The wild for interior villages, and supplies for the naval stores
persimmon ripens about November. The tree grows manufacturers, and a center of trade for a large and
quite large. The Japan persimmon can be cultivated f Th i i h
weto make theirFculture profit- prosperous farming country. The city is the terminus
and yields sufficiently wel to make their culture profit of tree railroads, and is also on the Seaboard Air Line,
able. The wild plum, which flourishes here, makes a about midway between Jacksonville and Pensacola.
very fine preserve. The cultivated varieties flourish The corporate limits cover over thirty miles of measured
and fruit well. The Japan plum makes a large orna- streets. Tallahassee has within the corporation, or im-
mental tree and bears a fine sub-acid fruit, very pleasant mediately adjoining, four railroads, three machine
to the taste. The LeConte pear does well and quite shops, two large and well equipped saw and planing
large quantities are shipped. The peach, aple and mills, onemodern ice factory, one cotton seed oil min
quince trees grow to large proportions here, but the of large capacity, one cotton compress and two cotton
fruitage is not always sound, which can be universally warehouses, one gas plant and one electric light and
ascribed to a lack of proper attention and cultivation power lan, the latter the property of the city; one
Where given the proper care and management, no sec- cigar factory of large capacity and one not so large, but
tion of country produces finer or more abundant crops both of which do a flourishing business, and one moss
of peaches than this. factory which prepares the gray moss for mattress
TRANSPORTATION. making. The city is supplied with water from artesian
The facilities for transportation have been increased wells from a depth of 700 feet. There are numerous
in the last few years. This county is in close touch industries not mentioned above that afford profitable
with East, South and West Florida, with the Gulf, with employment for many people.
the Western and Northwestern States, and with the There are two large and well appointed hotels and a
North and the entire Atlantic seaboard. number of smaller ones. all well kept. There are two
The Seaboard Air Line ramifies East, North, South banks with ample capital, both of which transact a large
and West, connecting with other lines. The Carrabelle, and profitable business; there are two newspaper plants,
Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad and St. Marks Rail- one a daily and one weekly: one comfortable opera house
road give an outlet to the Gulf. The Georgia, Florida of large seating capacity, and an efthficient fire depart-
and Alabama Railroad connects north through Bain- ment, well equipped with the latest modern appliances
bridge with the Western. Northwestern and Northern for combating the fiery element. Religious denomina-
markets. These lines of road make it possible to get tions are represented in the Presbyterian, Methodist,
the benefit of cheap and rapid travel and shipping. The Episcopal. Baptist and Roman Catholic churches.
prospect for this county to enlarge and improve all de- There is also an elegant public library, supported by"
apartments of industry is brighter now than ever before. public subscription, which contains about 1Ol (KM vol-
umes, including works uX)on all branches of literature.,
GOVERNMENT AND TAXATION. science, art and fiction. Its use is open to all for a
The population of the county numbers :.886 white moderate monthly fee.
and 16,001 colored. The white citizens are noted for Formerly the 'population of Tallahassee wa;s rather'
their sociable qualities, hospitality and energy. The exclusive in its character, but in recent years, with t! ,
negro is quiet, law-abiding and industrious. breaking iup of old associations and the passing (of ,d i
The assessed value of real property for 1!K)5 is $1,672.- ideals, the influx of new people from new lands has;
920; personal, $491.560: railroad and telegraph. $413.- changed it into quite a cosmopolitan town: yet through
703; total, $2,578,183. Tne county levies 7 mills tax for all the vicissitudes and changes that have come about.
school purposes and appropriates the poll tax to this one of the greatest characteristics of the old order of
cause. A county levy of 5J mills is made this year for things still remains a dominant feature with the people.
county revenue. The county is in a good financial con- who. always noted for their generous hospitality in the
edition. past, still cling to that noble trait, and welcome with
The county and city of Tallahassee are both under a hearty good will all those who come with good intent,
good police surveillance and life and property are safe whether it be in quest of health or pleasure., or to build
and secure throughout the entire county. a home in this favored section.

Land varies in price according to quality and location.

S (
O .

The younger children may be sent to the public
schools and the older or more advanced to the State
College for Women


Real Estate and Loans.

Timber Lands, Saw Mill Timber and Turpentine
Locations a Specalty.

Farming, Trucking, Stock Raising, Pasturing
or Grazing Lands Handled.
If you wish to purchase any kind of property
in this section address

J. J. WHISPEL, Tallahassee, Fla.


Real Estate and Loans,



City and Suburban Residences and Lots, Truck Farms,
Stock Farms.
Farms all Sizes. from One to Five Thousand Acres.
I)aries with Herds.
'limber Lands, Pine, Cypress and Hard Wood.
Mill Plants, Machinery. Hotel and Boarding Houses;
Health Resorts and Hlunting Grounds.
Stores. Warehouses and Building Lots for Factories.




Real Estate .. Financial Agents,

Good arms of 160 acres can be bought, built and Leon county is wonderfully blessed in having a most
stocked entire and complete all the way from $1,400 up. excellent public school system and the only College for Lands Sold, Purchased, Surveyed,
INVITATION. Women in Florida.
The county needs men with brains and willing hands, The length of the term of the rural schools is from Inspected and Mapped. Town
home makers and permanent settlers, and to people of five to eight months, while the city schools run from
home makers and permanent settlers, and to eopeofTheseschools are SU rtedi
this kind Leon county offers a home in an equable clime. seven to nine months. these schools are sorted byiteslaid out. legal Business
where, with a few dollars of invested capital, they can the one mill State tax, seven mills local county tax, anl
live in plenty and comfort the year round; where, with the city schools have an additional three-mill tax. The, tl Attnd t
energy and vim, they can soon accumulate a surplus Leon County High School is supported by the county. rompth Attended to.
ahd where they will have health, good society, ample and all the rural schools are tributary to it. There are
church and school advantages and all the political priv- no incidental or tuition fees. 'lwo of the high schools
ileges they may enjoy in any other country. of the county are recognized by the State Board of Tallahassee, Florida.
Education as standard high schools, and as such
TALLAHASSEE, THE STATE CAPITAL. receive appropriations from the State government.
The site upon which Tallahassee. the present seat of The State College for Women is doubtless the leading
the State Government. stands, was agreed upon as the college of its kind in the South. It is maintained by a
best situation for the State capital by the Commission- small endowment bequeathed by the late Chief .Justice
ers, John L. Williams and W. H. Simmons. in October. Westcott. and by State appropriations. The plant is i A ""
1823; it was formally selected as the capital in 1824, and situated on a high hill in the western part of Tallahas- E L L IA I L
on May 24th, 1824. an act was passed by Congress pro- see, and is estimated to be worth $150.00X). This insti-
viding for a grant of land for the permanent seat of tution of learning has a faculty of twenty-one teachers.
government, which point was to be the basis for all sur- graduates of the leading universities of this country Having concluded to go into the Real Estate business
veying operations in the State, and to be fixed as the and of Europe. The college might rightly be termed a in all its branches buying, selling and renting I feel
point from which the principal meridian and parallel university for women. The six departments maintained sure that I can be a great help to the citizens of this
should run. are the College of Liberal Arts, with a standard far be- community in facilitating any orders that may be in-
The city is located upon a hill of some 300 feet above yond that of the ordinary college for women. affording trusted to my charge.
sea level, which slopes in all directions, giving beautiful exte ive courses in the ancient and modern languages. FOR SALE.
views of the surrounding country, and furnishing excel- matl..matics, natural sciences, English language and f l.ir
lent natural drainage. I literature, and physical culture. The School of Indus- I now have for sale the following vry desirable
The capitol building occupies a square on a portion of trial Arts, in which the girls are taught the science of One-story dwelling-four larger:oom, and hall. 8 foot
the land granted for the site. which is in the southern cooking, dress-making and millinery, horticulture and Oe-st dwd hl
section of the city. The building has been remodeled floriculture, industrial drawing, and various other kitchen, both and pantry, gas, water and electric lights.
41nd enlarged within the last two years at a cost of branches pertaining to household economics. The State Lot 85x120. Stableon premises. Property situated on
17A,000.00, and is now quite a commodious and imposing School for Teachers is established for the training of Clinton street,
structure of Grecian style of architecture, the type of teachers for the schools of the State along the most Also, on Clinton street -One story cottage--4 rooms
architecture being retained in the rebuilding. advanced and approved lines, embracing classical, liter- with kitchen. Lot 100x140.
The situation of the city is an adyitrable one from the ary and scientific studies, vocal music, free-hand and Also, on Clinton street-Two story cottage, two rooms
standpoint of health, being so much above sea level that industrial drawing, domestic science and manual train- upstairs. two below, Lot 65x170.
it is free from all epidemics of contagious diseases; it is ing, reading and physical culture. The School of Music A m Ji l *m.*** ,w
also surrounded by a country justly famed for its beauty is equal to the best, and far surpasses many in the lT INI EI on ofk.mn u Ar eY 0au0e.

tb4mt0aphically and great fertility of soil; the surround- South. It is one of the largest departments in the col
ing country is high and gently undulating, yet with lege, and is conducted by a corps of able instructors.
am eft t l- fro.m which lovely views are ob- This department embraces piano, volee culture, orgn,
tamiaed; oil of mixed clay and sandy loam, and violin, history and theory ofm eloeution and phys-
the tim beg.rowth principally of oak, hickory, walnut ical culture. The School of Art is lkwis anmportant
magnolia, live oak and pine; the roadways are firm and department, embracing drawing and t, history
kept in good condition, making driving a source of of art clay modeling, designing ad carvg. The
health and pleasure to those who enjoy the sunshine of other department of the college is that of Expression,
life, or delight to inhale the balmy air from over the embracing oratory, literature and physical education.
tropic waters of the Mexican sea. From this it can be seen that the college offers the
Tallahassee is a thriving town of nearly 5,000 people, widest and highest as well as the best education possi-
and resembles most Southern towns in that its resi- ble to obtain.
denies occupy, as a rule, spacious plats or gardens, with The educational facilities of the county will doubtless
plenty of distance between, with wide and well shaded be a great inducement, in itself to prospective settlers
streets, and necessarily covers a considerable area. All and home seekers; at the same time tourists from the
sorts and varieties of flowers and shrubs abound, and North may enjoy the mild climate of Florida, together
it is particularly noted for the great variety and pro. with the educational advantages that Tallahassee and
fuseness of its magnificent roses. Leon county have to offer.



NwemRwal oumes ef a"v. Dr. Cartel
*--if ----- -T w
Rtorf el. Jlrms.
"Thou mayest say to them that ao
in darkness, show yourselves." l.aaI
49: 9.
Last year physical inability prevented
the observance of our usual custom, p
now there is a period of two years to b
considered in which there is a market
contrast from the fact that in th
former year the number of those wh
passedfrom us was unusually large
while in the latter It is the smallet I
many years. This All Saints' eustoi
is meant to be neither a panegyric In
an apology; it does not suppoe thi
compsnionshipe have been forgotten
But they are the church's chi rien a
much her children now as when t6h
shared in her labors or neglected hi
work; and though it may be said tha
temporarily they are in darkness, y
she looks forward to the time whe
will be spoken the word of poew
"show yourselves." And knowing tha
it is not for her to pass Judgmentupo
any, she commits every soul to Hie
who always doeth right. They are o
her family still, though that whie
seems to be but darkness hides then
from mortal vision. To her there
neither age nor condition. She give
the baby into the arms of God, an
commits to Him with equal affection
the soul tried and wearied with life
experience. Riches cannot buy a wor
to add to her commitment, nor ca
poverty take from It a single syllable.
Over and over we have Injured her b
our indifference or by our active oppo
sition, and she would have long since
been Justified In casting us out, bi
God has bestowed upon her a portion o
the divine forbearance. And she sti
hopes, though apparently every cond
tion is against hope and sincerely re
olices over every soul that has left he
here in the faith and fear of God
Shall we blame her or criticize her
Let us rather take heed to ourselves
that in our lives we show some appre
elation of the charity that in willihn
over the deserted body, to forget a
that has gone before, and to leave th
adjustment of the complicated past t
the wisdom of God.
No human eye can penetrate th
darkness to tell us what it conceals
Can we not believe that somewhere i
the limitless space of eternity there wi
be found room for every 3oul that ha
been of that family for whom our Lor
was crucified? So we follow them witi
hope, faint indeed when we think o
the weakness of our nature, but grow
Ing stronger as we recognize the
strength of the wonderful love tha
spared not the only begotten Son. An
now, when the season reminds us of al
the saints, whether still amid life'
trials or gone beyond, let us give ou
thoughts for a few moments to those
who were so lately with us.
The Thanksgiving praise had scarce
ly died from the church when the words
of the burial service were held on Sun
day afternoon--thanksgiving also, ai
well as sadness for the body had suf
fered long. Life left it suddenly be
tween morning and evening an ending
which was not unexpected by either
himself or his family. The year 1904
was still young when. in the darkness
and rain of a January Sunday, we met
here to accompany to the cemetery the
body of one who was Iteginning to be
known in political life. IHaving neither
wife nor family, the limits of his use-
fulness seemed to have been put only
by himself. Four days after, the full-
nes of the earth was Increased by the
body of oneo whose years of usefulness
in the music will long le remembered.
The choir eemedl hanlly to be com-
plete without him. lie was in hi place
when increasing phy'mical infirnitiet,
would have fully justified hiM absence,.
In about two week' one who many
years ago had lween a faithful comrmunum-
cant che,'rfully laid lown the burden hie
had bfirnre lfo(r ov:.r e'ig'hIty ve'arV .
Through (Xl1'4 mIercy he' hKil' reitn'wi -W
the allh'gifn nc of f,'rm'r v,,'ri cnil kmne'lt
here to hi, Mtr.ni.t h',nel by the' rme'nt).
of grace' in (;oel'> hitiMe,, which for
many year h(' hew l nut vIit,'|d 'xce'pt
for oc .iontl 'r\vice 4. It ias pie c with
him in the aunfaili"n weleion' ,,f (, l'K.
forgiving Ilv<'. I rJr-in thi. Mitn,' month h
our sympathii s writ nut fur tho e wi ,
Sorely mlis the wit', cnlI mother from
the hom It 1,' could not p.Miily lih.e ~p'e.l, ltit (C xl
called and humntn affetctiton mut vyihi
it. will to HliM
Fairly in March n trr'itt crowd asst'rrm-
bled at the church acrid t he' c'e'wte'rv to
pay its last respect to oem loveId and
respected wherever known. No niamen
so honored throughout the State as the
one she bore. Courteous to all. con-
descending to none, her los to the
church and to society in constantly felt.
We miss her cheerful help and willing
hands, but while we grieve for ourselves,
we are glad for her. for she han gone
to her abundant reward. it wan over

three months when one was freed from
the imperfections which so sorely ham-
ered life and left an experience which
had been hardly more than a long blank.
In July I buried the only baby during
this long period. A little boy not old
enough to know life's joys or Tts cares,
was spared the uncertainties of increas-
Tne rext month there passed away
one whose political influence was felt
throt hout the State. Never allowing
himself to be put forward for any pub.
lie position, he was largely instrumental
In proceuring such poi tkns for others.
He was in failing health for some time,
but the end came sddidy at the last.
Two days afterwards I went to one of
my mlo for th burial of one whose

death wMs involved a a arn
*R^^jfiiBolditim are-
yvWW saww~

It ls at leIst 9 a ttae idese NC e fr CIartIrI.
that the next burial M have beea
Swai.AttI t ed7tv Nt the ata N Ct
interests of the townty, e had no sne- J r? S^ K J iM
re miss and there saems to av been uno so* ee** *** we fr.er f
ih esueo for the eowaddly deed-a deed ***N Ii
which, as far as human Justte goes, 9 74. t.o 7auits ( wi. esse
id has lately found its penalty on the saf- tc a Ml -ess andp1e Authems- la o bf lto
so fold. pe wr a or w 19004.
be During my absence at the General A.' as.LACUN.
id Convention there was brought here to D. I. Cox.
s her home place one who was generally F H. mon.
o ar.d favorably known for her ready wt
e, ard genial manners. We wilJ miss the
In presence that brightened many of our we u e, ienu do hereby asIorpate oM
m social gatherings. It was while I was eder the awitstatl ofr o t
or still away that another burial was held for p t the busis hereinafer t rth- am
at of one who died during her usual North- Swe At olos .. the sorte "
n. ern visit. Failing health was borne m ,
is with cheerful fortitude, for she had Thea .se t of t.he cootion hal e D 3L C
ny entire confidence in Him, whose faithful mratmu Compa. and it principal placof b
or and consistent servant she long had nt-s.hsubeetT I Laon
but theBDowof Diretors mayablih otM
t, buen. piase of biness for id orporation within
et It was early in December when I without t t state of Florida.
m officiated at the funeral of one who was 11
r, not identified with our parish family, The ,au of the business to be tranm
It for his relationship with us was mostly edw b eompanye v is the buying. s, oin a
m through his children. The church hea alns in furniture. and hou furnahin of
kind and the eoridwcting ofa mi furnitun
m tated not to speak over him the words ator. or s tore the a. sir at wholesale
)f of the Resurrection and the Life. rowl both, of all such goods wares and mer
ih The present year was but beginning ehnt usually kpt for sale In such an
m when a young man, a visitor here, was general mranleu WnesaWrs at wholessos or ros
is taken in all the promise of what life or both; the buylne and selling of sod,s. ware
ts might have been; his body rests among e,; th sryam a tti- ofevrykIin.d and h
id those who were comparative strangers in, selling and conveying of real property.
n to him in life. fi
's Early in spring I buried one who, as The amount of the capital stock shall be twent
rd a young girl, felt this to be her church thousand dollars, to be divklded into two hundred
n home. The increasing cares of wife- *h*I of on hundred dollars ach. The enUti
capital stock *hall be fully paid for by tUh asaiof
hood and motherhood caused an appa- nrnt and transfer to the company of the ntoek c
>y rent forgetfulness, but at the end furniture. aoods and merchandise recently pui
yrent foetfn b ut ttheendchased of the executrix of the late H D Hartt. 1
o- estrangement ceased. thecityofTallahassee by the subscribers.
le During my usual brief visit to South by
ut Florida in summer, sudden death took The said company shall exist for twenty yoea
if from us one whom I married twenty- .nlte ooner disolved.
II five years or more ago. His residence v
i- here has not been a continuous one, but The business of the company shall be conducted
e.- he had always considered this city as by the following officers, via: A Preident. a Vice
or his home, an so was at home when he Directors, a rtaryof five stockholders; an d b
I. died. such subordinate officers as the Board of Director
r? The last death on the list occurred may appoint The offices of Secretary and Trean
Snn the sam ncu-thtrer may be filled by the same person. The Boar
es during the same absence-that of a of Directors shall be elected by these stockholder a
e- member of a family which for genera- their annual meeting, to be held on the firs
tions has been active in the church work Wednesda of November of each year. and th
of the parish. He was not able to carry Brd of Directors shall elect the other officer
of pa e was not ae to carry of the company. The following persons shall b
e on the work as the others had done, but the officer, toconduct the businessof thecompan:
o it was owing to no conditions of his until those elected at the first election shall b
qualified, via: W. L. Moor. President; A. B. Black
own choosing. burn, Vice-President; I). R. Cox, Secretary an'
e Thus far we have considered mostly Treaiurer; and W. I. Moor, A. B. Blackburn. U
m what is generally supposed to be the It. Cox, F. C. Moor and G. H. Gwynn, Directors,
n darkness. It may be called so from our vi
II stand point; we are looking only upon The highest amount of indebtedness or liability:
Sth hther side of th hereafter, and w to which the cornt any an at any time subject it
s the hither side of the hereafter, and weself shall be twenty thousand dollars.
rd see sorrow, separation and loss. We yVi
h can scarcely follow even by faith, and The name. and residences of the subscriber,
f the darkness seems the deeper when with the number of shares asubcribed by each o0
- we think of our own entrance therein them, are as follows:
e We know it must come, but we are al- .. r Black, Tallahars.e, Fla. 25 shares.
t ways hoping "not yet;' and when we oD. t. Cox. Tallahassee, Fla. O .hares
I are told that one day we will be sum- H. Gwynn. Tallahamue. Fla. 50 shares
l moned out of the darkness, we hardly F. c. Moor. Tallihah e. Fla. 25 shares
I bonlievd nd io f wte d lives, we hannrt In testimony whereof the said associates have
s believe, and if we believe, we cannot hereunto subscribed their names thisth e first di)
r comprehend; and yet it is a real event, of November, A. D. 1~e5.
e so real that we might well fear it, if w. L. Moon,
we had little or no faith in the redemp- A. B. m.LACKRN,
- tion wrought by Christ; for though it is U. H. (;y
s through God's power we come out of F. c. M(KMa.
- the darkness, yet the light shows us in
e our true individuality. We are to
- "shew ourselves." No divine question- ForeClOSure Sale.
. ing to go into the past and drag to the KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, BY VIR-
light memories that we feared, and iN tue of a decreeof forechlure and sale., made
r hoped had been forgotten by both (God and etere.d tby the United States Circuit Court.
Sand man. Unwilling confein reveal 'for the Fifth Judicial Circuit. and the Northern
Sand man. Unwilling confession reveals District of Florida. on the Oth (lay of November.
1 the past, and we are convicted by our A. ). ,n9. in a certain cause in equity, wherein
own testimony. the savannah Trust Company. a corporation of the
When we are thinking of Allain tateof (;eorria, is complainant, and the Carrs-.
S When we are thinking of All Saints helle, Tallahann-e and (eorifia Railroad 'Company,
* let us not forget ourselves; if we have a corporation of the State of Florida, is defendant,
* closely followed'our Lord the darkness I will, a* Special Master, appointed by the court
will have few terrors, for He will guide ,r "r tht United selltat puourtHouse, in herithe
us through; and when we show the sins of Tallahassee, Florida. on Monday, the first dlay
and imperfections which are attendant of January. IWW. to the highest bidder, the follow-
upon every human life, He will plead in roirty. the w railroat:of the id arr-
the merits of His redemption and di- belle. Tallahasee and OGorgia Railroad (,Comrany.
vine justice will blot them out. And extendiugfromthetownofCarratelleinh-.ounty
the darkness will be past, leaving not of franklinn Ihrugh the countyof Wakulla. tothe
in kne Will be pant. leaving not y ,,f Tallahanssee. in' the county (of leon, in the
even a remembrance. State of Florkla. and the rights-of-way. rioalldl,
..-.--- .--.----- ---.>- .- rails, croistie-. iplates, holts, bridle',. culverts, em-
tliankmentp. diitches. sikletracka.turnouts. switche".
In Time of Peace. stations. eiilt. warehouses, section houses. of-
In the first months of the Russia-Ja- Ine, mbutlhins, wharves, shops. structures en-
pan war we had a striking example of aesa.no.a.earm achiery. tslsIlan es. n-
th'. ne'cMl ,ty fotr iren aration and the elements, the steraibot Crescent ety. and the
curly aid vantage ,f th se who, o to steamtia nlola. and all the rolling stock and isuin.-
h s i I ti f' in dry nment of the maid railroad compniny of every kind
mpe ave hin.l hi ,r roos in ry and character; and aSi all the estate, right, title
W'et he'r.I The virtue if preparation and interest which the sadi Carrabwlle. Tallahas-
hats niadtle history and iyivn uaourgreat- sw and e;eergiia d Iairol Company had on the 2nd
S.1day of June. iet, or has since ac<|uired. in any
ist sn'n The indivil aul as well as the land. (other than such lands as have since that
nultion should lie prepared forany emer- date been aciunrel by the said railroad coii|pany
ge'ncv. Are you prepared to successfully from the Stateo. of Florida by virtue of the grant of
the Lefiislatureof ci said tate tosaIkd c mparny, made
(en,,ilhOt the first cold you take? A cold ain twhe construction of Ife ra.lr,, which
can he cured much inmore quickly when lands have been dipnaed of and releaad from the
trattld as soon a. it has been contract- lien of the trst ded)l.t>gether with all and sin-
ld an l l twor it haL bo tti di irusr the tnements. hereditamenta. rightis. cirvi.
i'el and ibfore it has become settled in lei. j atheemfent..incomer advantage-Sand apir-lr"
the iystenm. ('hamberlain's ('ough Iem- tenance belonrini. or in any wi.e ap|iortaintr,.
'lv is fuitmous for its curesof ct colds, and d the landl. and premiss.. other than th,,. ex.-
it I ll k 1 ceptedus atiore it Mhul, e kept at hand ready for in- skns. remainder and remainders, rents. isue. and
stunt use. Fior sale by all druggists. prota theremi. and all the estate. rilht. title- and
-- .-.. v. .. ntert. pnilrty. claim and demand whatsoever
-l Term_ Crci Coe. inlaworln eauttyof the maid defendant. C('arra-
all Term Circit Cot. belle, Tallahae and Georia Railrmad Company.
The fall term of Leon county circuit of. In and to, the same. an every and any part or
parce there;. and also all other property, states
court Will convene at the court house and effects. real and penmlal, wherever situated.
in this city Monday morning, November which were owned by the sakid Carrabelle Talla-
27th, 1905 Judge John W. Malone to aend i aimoad mpanyonthe nd
er'.sidle Judi ...I..g. W W \ay on June. IN96. or which has at any time there-
remde and Jude Geore W. Walker afr been acquired by the said c.mpany. exc t
tate 'S Attorney for this district, to uch thereof as may have been released fro the
look after the State's cases. ,n fthe trust mteed In romploane with the term
The following list of jurors have been tramhises, contracts, powers, rights. interests
drawn, from which a grand and petit ande prvlee hemd and owned by the *akd Carra
jury will be selected for thr first week It htes buiimd Md company.
of he session: Terma eash. except in cse of Savannah Trust
D Atkinson. N M Isler. Comany, trustee, which is permitted to bid for

GeO JJ Baum 1) T Gramlin. th bd.t, and the m t b.
Grissett, ... ,ara, ts. in bAd srof the defenant cmnmny. seured
A C Grinnett, J W Farrady. by thM triaos 4d.
W iH Markham. W T Bannerman, A d1polVt with the Master of two thousanddol-
A C pillra E T lens ( Sp iller. ET Jones, tending to bd on the propertya a condition to
Wm T Williams. John F Spears ceivi sh bid. the amuat to be returned, e xapt
Geo N Alligood. S T Stafford, Jr.. In theta eveof the .uceneful bidder where it wnll
C Weld Han'l.n, Thomas P. Merritt, beapp**ld'proo*.sepr hisd.
A Neal Brradford, M L Met aniel, Nov. IT- >e. n -7w. Sp, a& Mmster.
('has C Moore, T J Causseaux,
William E Gtay,. Chas 0 Brown. Ste.e to RenL
George Earnest, Grorre I ewis. The store room now occupied by the
SMab r. R B Carl enter 8Singer Machine Compay, under tele-
William CIld. M I Courtne, phone exchange, will be vacant and to
TA Frnn. Iaac Alleg ret soon. r particular, apply at
enJ F Joyner, John J Gr tt, this office.
a FA S Council Allen.
Jacob Miller, David N Redd. Lt
.R.NisM. Rooms. On, rthe stro*ot. sigo1ne*

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Comfort and Elegance are combined in our

well selected stock of Rockers, Easy Chairs,

Lounging Chairs and Morris Chairs. You will

do well to have a look at them if you want

First Choice.

A Very Heavy Line of Fine and Medium

Furniture for Every

Startling Prices.

Room in the House at

Suits, Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,

Carpets, Mattings, Etc.

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Repair Work a Specialty.

Al Work Done Promptly.


and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-

C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


J. D. CAY, 140 S. Adams St.
,,I carry the choicest livery in

My teams cannot be duplica-
/ ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phaetons, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
nnew and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.
I ask a liberal share of the
patronage of the people of Tal-
Slahassee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After this date I will operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for famielis or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trialwillconvince.
In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
ing for either will do wel to call onl me before purchasing elsewhere.
Come to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
vinced. Number of phone 291.

Discharge Notice NOTICE of the Inlveracy of the Estateaf mob.
*rt L Colliues, desameo.
OTI"CE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX InAolve of thesaid state having be -
SWmnth* aft the date Of the .irnt pMi^ qeb- to the Cou under oath. br thaTZoto
ion hereof I will eseat y final acounts tohe stratorof the s estate.
county Jed.e of Leasounty. PForida. and apply I Not*e le hereby *an to all peneo -ain
or my ditchare as Admietrater of the es4tte elas aalmslt the alh .M aed estate
f Henry J. RihardsoaLdeame and Slth. _a. duty worm to. befosea 0ML O
CHAS, W Mao. balm thel t M eA.'A It hno
Admistratr. sam win bebre
T*1absoa. nb. Soptombar let. inl- lmAm A. WimrTznu
-- Ag...?! Ide%1Cme" wj
4Oce *Of AppIcats. or DbcAarg* Au L--
VOrE c M NMZ M y.,. mA. I wee sSURVEYING .

elMGM ats s wp.- bI W T. Swwildo your Sr.
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Lem a room.

Noti. RotesI o -jewels rare,
Nor lfty -Jr"d dome;
But love peace and s pahy-
These make the happy
'WLIOM,'s Mince Meat by the pound,
D sbhat T. B. Byrd's. *
Miaa Virginia GunA, of Amerieus, Ga.,
f t visiting Mrs. AC.C Stpiller.
Mrs. F. B. Biddulph has been visiting
Mrs. J. W. Garwood, in Monticello.
Mrs. V. F. Balkeom is enjoying a viait
from Mrs. Cabanies, of Forsyth, Ga.
Mr. G. W. Rhodes of Woodville made
a pleasant call at this office this week.
Hon. W. D. Stoutamire was among
his Tallahassee friends again Tuesday.
Mr. Jame Richardson has been among
l his Tallahassee friends again this week.
Mrs. Gordon Pearce and Miss Lillian
Pearce are visiting friends in Lake
Capt. B. N. Mathes spent this week
at Tampa, visiting the fair and home
Mrs. Arvah Hopkins has returned
from an extended trip to Mississippi re-
Attorney- General Ellis spent last
Sunday with his Quincy relatives and
Mr. John C. Trice, manager of Pan-
aea Springs spent several days in the
Measrs. Walter Page and G. W.
Rhodes, of Woodville, were among our
visitors Wednesday.
Hon. Hugh A. Black, of Holland,
was in the city Tuesday shaking hands
with hosts of true friends.
Miss Martha Vinson, Governor Brow-
ard's bright and efficient stenographer,
visited Tampa and Gainesville this week.
Mrs. Dr. E. E. Philbrick and Master
Winburn returned home Saturday after
a pleasant visit to relatives and friends
at Jacksonville.
Mrs. Eurania Bradshaw and Miss
Bertie Gatlin, of Fisher's Creek, this
county, visited friends in Tallahassee
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. J. F. Fuller of Lafayette Ala.
(formerly Miss Leila Roberts of this
county), is visiting among her old
finds in Tallahassee.
Mr. G. W. McNally the manager of
the Singer Sewing Machine Company's
interests in this county, left for Apa-
lachicola on business yesterday.
Miss Emmala Parkhill, of Monticello,
was the guest of honor at a delightful
gathering Monday evening at the home
of her hostess, Miss Clifton Byrd.
According to the Birmingham Ledger,
young Mr. Garfield is "the prize tool
of the Roosevelt administration." Bet-
ter be that than the prize grafter of the
bunch. -Times-Union.
While boring a well a few miles west
of the city last week, Mr. Albert Harts-
feld reports having discovered a large
deposit of fuller s earth, which he
thinks it would be profitable to mine.
Hon. C. H. B. Floyd. of Apalachicola;
E. M. Hammond, of Bainbridge; Dr. B.
F. Camp, of White Springs; Mr. John
S. Keene, of Jacksonville, were among
the arrivals in Tallahassee Wednesday.
Besides a variety of other good things
which Mr. A. S. Wells raises on his
place just a mile and a half from the
city, he is now preparing to put in a
large strawberry patch of about an
All Tallahasseeans are pleased to wel-
come Mr. A. B. Blackburn and his fam-
ily back to this city to reside. He is
now employed with, and a member of,
the D. R. Cox Furniture Company.
The Leon county court house and
grounds now present an inviting ap-
pearance, thanks to our Board of Coun-
y Commissioners and Messrs. John F.
pears and Aaron Levy, who have the
management of the grounds in their
Under the fish laws, mullet are cut
out from the market for a month during
the spawning season, which leaves us
without that excellent species of fish
just now from the bill of fare. Florida
wMers, however, are still furnishing
good fish.
Adjutant-General J. C. R. Foster ar-
rived in the city Tuesday, after quite a
long absence attending the military en-
campments. He was accompanied by
his mother Mrs. Dolores Foster, and
his wife will come a little later.
Tampa Herald: Miss Genevieve Park-
hill of Tallahassee Miss Mamie Hays of
SMonticello; Miss Eva Giddens of Char-
lotte Harbor, and Miss Flossie Griffin
of Plant City are guests of Mrs. A. J.
Knight at her handsome home on the
Mr. Ferd Henry has been doing some
good work on the street crossings again
this week. This time he is using rock
and cement, and he says he is putting
them in to stay for a lifetime. let the
good work go on until it will be impos-
ibleto find a bad walk or crossing in
the capital city.

Governor Broward spent two days at
the State Fair in Tamps last week,
making a second trip from Tallahassae
for ths purpose. He pronounces the
r to be the most successful he has
eNr seen in any State, as do the legis-
Is a and newspaper editors who at-
ao the o ing and seee
Not leslhaam of the U
hoses ever brought South are quartered
at the track, ad the racing s the inst
ever in Florida. Owing to the ar-
rival I such a arge number of horses,.

uaw r ia havm boea m d
for, amd winm m m tlo tM

aa.Tasaa. Pse. war e I wU
be map any al -atues amnd apeslal
days for tihe pleasure o visitors.
A taemat wasted a newest iadi
beat oeae Im I city. Call and
look at It, up stair, over The True
Democrat cANs.


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met~~~wff fte hncsvi dmonia
whska mtanepIts
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and 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.'

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Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.

For full information and sleeper reservations call on'any
Seaboard Agent or write

Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
T A fNlT7Ct/1k.TTTT T TV

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Schedule Effective November Ist, 1905.
North Hound.
Lv Tallahassee. G. F. & A. 3.251m 4.3htm
Ar Lake Jackson. G. F. & A 3:44pm 6:56am
Ar Havana. G. F. & A. 4:07pm .. 7:16am
Ar Bainbridge, G. F. & A. 520pm . 822am
Ar Mohttomery. A. C. L. 4:16pm
Ar Brunswick, A. C. L .. :16mrn
Ar Savannah. A. C. L. Y:3bpm
Ar Cuthbert. G. F. & A. 9:30pm ll:36am
Ar Macon. C. of G. 12:50am 4:10pm
Ar Atlanta. C of G. 7:35am 7:50pm
South bound.
Lv Tallahae. C. T. & G 2:00pm 80amM
Ar lanark Inn. C. T. & G. 8:45pm . 10:4arn
Ar Carrabelle. C. T. & G. 3:56pm ll:10am
Ar Apalachicola. Steamer ... 700pm
Through tickets and quickest servk* to all points North and East. For full' information apply
to nearest G. F. & A. Ry. Agent. or write to
J. H. McWILLIAMS. G. P. A., R. C. SNIPES. T. P. A..
Bainbridge. Ga. Tallahassee. Fla.

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

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

If we can offer you the best goods, the lowest
enumerate some of the goods we carry.

prices and the most satisfactory service, give us your patronage. Below we

You will find what you want by looking
over our stock.
Large new stock of REED and WILLOW
goods consisting of Chairs, Rockers, Corner
Pieces and 3!and 5 piece suits.
' Quartersawed, Polished Oak Rockers, at
$1.25 and upwards.
I Good Solid Oak, 3 piece suits with French
Plate Bevel Edge Mirror, at from $16.50 to
$36.00. Iron bed with any suit if preferred.
Quartered Oak, Highly Polished, 3 piece
bed room suits, at from $25.00 to $100.00.
Big Line, new goods, 25 different styles, all
grades from the cheapest to the best made.
We have the good kinds for both wood and
iron beds. 18 different styles, at prices from
$2.(MW to $10.00). Also a large line of wood
and Iron (' ts and Iron Bed (Cots.

,l A'lTlRl',"d'S AND)I A \S

We have a guaranteed Elastic Felt Mattress
at $11.50) ansld (tton Mattresses. nt $ .5) to
s$.(;. \'e ; alsi vcarr tihe cheaper grades.
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Big Line of New

Goods'Just in.

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

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