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ti M'.W I N1l.kri.ISi; I...U -Mit-linl IM" MAIHSIIN H ((.I I I (: ..i,w.'Nwl I'.fcf l ONS( MI ft .' 1 I. .linn ' ) cn. Hovda. y F'CJXLISKED WFEXLY. jft mi (i ' i in rlass tuaiti-r .linn Ifci'li. tlM M. I 1 1 id r ii 1 1 Mind. T. C. wtc t nth T Bono ''illicit li'lll. I III I r Vl.t, It'll l'.l .11 lil'villlr' Ailvi i le-Hie run i ! i.i.i l-in-i t i. all ' irii i ii it i H.C.THOHASON A&VERTtSlNIG W!I.S(, AND MTi'Ml Aim! se for,; ic lln ha to alloy, the !uii r,k hi reels to th' i a. fill C i! ( ici (I cl i ' ii' hi f Ami new IheS'taikc TeN graph lias put in its order fur :i lime typo machine, wich will inuif valuable service u th::t e.u-elient Taper. The I'ensai.-.!a New s, in tcll'rij.' of a murder which oi.curred m Calhoun County a few days ..co. says in cue . the headline-- that liquor was the probable cause (if the iraeedy. No iirlh. r com- mi nt is nef,'ssary, but :t seems that repeattd 'nstantes of just suih affairs mietit piebauly set st line oJ us te thinkine. I'eFuniak Sfirins is quite ex cited over the Sunday closing or dinances. On last Sunday, no mail was delivered or put in the hexes; at the post oflice. and the electrn hehts were shut off that ninht. The last niimed th;nj. hevvever, was done by the fi.nti closiny pei ph. with the idea ol niakint', the iaw unbeatable. Tfiitl'U K HIS (Governor Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana. ) I think back through the years, the lean and the jat, the gnt'd and the bad ones, to my earliest recollection. 1 see a wo man with an eye that flash'. s KwiJ't. tis a.i arih-arie Pji wjn ami a mouth that, breaks with laughter and hardens at s'ht of w rot if. sir.trinvr lullabies; a wo man, who, with hand pasping the Unsten Hand, walks the briar-bordered paths of life un i I i I i mjay. M'l.rs r . '.':. ; x i P f ashamed, unafraid, unharmed. 'V, She is clad in garments of beau-1 ty for me, and age eloes not spod: them ncr years make them cheap 1 knowing that 1 rammed) and Mi!- j great. Her sphere of usefulness and tawdry. Ile-r tongue is with-! ton could not have "turned such 1 is r)ot confined to her home, but out guile, liaving never been the, a trick" had they wished, and j it extends over the whole, corn messenger of a lie. It i. seven-i. sincerely believing that they munitv in which she dwells. teen years since her soul wen; l( i nonie 10 ner um hi iu iivr 1 Ml. a. 1 f. A 11.... 4 fingers became for me the lingers of ;n 'ti angel, but lnave not ioigott.'ii all she said' She told me there was a Santa Claus, and I believe her. He bringsme no longer drumsand fifes, but he br ings me the vis ion of my mother and the music of that angelic chorus which sar.g at creation's dawn and at the hour of man's redemption. FORCIVtNESS IN POLITICS A few years ago, when W. W. ' Kitchin and Locke Craige were opposing one another for (lover-( nor ol North Carolina, it was s.-alleml around that at one, tune earlier in his life, Craige. s ipported a fusion ticket instead ol the straight Iemocratic ticket, ;i!id this fact was published with ! !() intention of damaging Craige's chances for election to j that oflice. It was then that the' Charlotte Observer..! firm Craige i organ, came out with a strong editorial, entitled. "J there No 1 oi gi eness in Polities?'' There are those who fire iigj ping back into the earlier writ-i i rigs of Wood row Wilson in the' effort to htid him inconsistent. ' II' so be that they can, they pro- j pose to use this with the inter.- 1 t ion of injur in'', if thev can. his 1 pi'i sports lot the election ill No- v ruber, They care ru t'nr f h r :!! !ilt I thiit Sometime- a mn:i ii.ae.i-.- a mistake, or for t! e e,:ail i i-tK- statemf nt thai a : l ; i ! . " - uj'.d - ? i ; . 1 1 : r . s changes. A ! .. l;ir 1 1 e eonv v.'.u !!, .ni ! th- in,! .-. i.f 'bai'U' rClark circulated tale about j hon, calculated to do him harm, of something that happe-ned eais belore- His three cmpeti- 'lots did not, nor did th know w ho did. but i,e erthcless ,ich a thing was done, uist the same. And .1'iirt her. we might c--m : closer home, anii iie'lend uf piac- ;ing the siene in North Caii'lina or Washuigtoii or i'.altiriK re, place il iri Madison County, but ; w e will not. Our own conclusion is that there is forj.ri eness. ir, politics a in e er t.liiriL' else, hut wit! some people there is ne' er' for e-i eness in polities. liTimeiliately afttr the appint ment of John M. Cheney as I-ederal .1 iidjre of the SoutViern Im-.frict ol f loi'ida, Hei liert L. j Anderson comes alonj.' and ehaiye-s that theiippointment was I riven to (.!heney as a trade for iC.hulih's dehvei'inp the Florida vote to Talt in the Republican ronention. This, of course, Cheney emphatically denies. VVe do not know anything about Mr. Cheney, other than what we saw in the paper? at the time he was appointed, and the newt papers. Democratic as they weie, invariably expressed a very hij.rh opinion of the man. Se that, really, we are loathe to yive any particularly serious thought to Anderson's f Diminutions. Immediately after the first primary this year, W. H- Milton, the second man in the race for Governor, Keeinjr that Park Trammel! had overwhelmingly led the ticket for Chief Execu tive, declined ti enter the second primary. Right on the heels oi this announcement, came tne startling disclosure (') l.v Co). Wal pole, that these two gentle- men, with one or two others, had tied up and delivered all the important, offices in the State for eat s to come. They denied this, : and. if we- are correct, the plain common sense of Florida gave little credence to the allegation, were too big- to do such a thing j ft is safe also to say that the even had they been able. j r-.a-.on she is an "old maid" is These are hut two instances r.'f j not from necessity, but from men? actions being judged on choice. Any woman has had a the spur of the moment, withjchar.ee to marry, if only she little or' no cause for the result-' car ed lo marry the one, or one of aut decision. It seems that all a the ones, who offered. But nrin has to do to have wrong ! there are women, and it is to motives imputed to him or to have aspersions cast upon his name is for him to try to attain to something in life Children Cry The Uia You J5ae .A3'ns Bongltl. ej; -I Ml'el ha Uttt iu iik- Itr eicr SV teiiis lu tcn.eic Kipnarim U ? Vi.ii tew u:.. e mtCvt ir fl s m?r-17 M:ii:l n;i.rvi-::R wiicc H inlauey. I ia.y 0it(u&C fiM w .o t i.c t inci he oo in 11 is. All Ci:ilerlt Jls. Jiiiitol r:l Jir-..is-(.'ooU " tin- Lu r.ix-rjiuriii: : : iri!j- with t.r.ft rui'i.r.iit't M.e IxnJtb r jluui bud (L'l.iJi'ji u Ixj iTHiiie ;;feiuiist JijivriiiiiaiU WhEt is CASTORIA Fir( . J T4 h.oollj.i.j: S.vruvs I! j liisiiiit. It ti.1ii5vjk ,i hi cr Opjiui:, .Terj! ;uc )r oilier J;ireoio hi i'M.jiic'. : tiff in i1 jf?u.r.:.teo. It ie.ToK oriii (.ml u':jii, v leierisl m-kk, i"-r '.nro rliai tJijrly eaiv ;t I.iim Iwen i ( i Kliiet i r li e leiiet oi 'ttiKtipiitiili I'Jiili.ie'ic;, , Vi 'iiil I'olic, 'i ecii.ij.tf TriMibleM mid J iii rr I'.ieii. I: K'i'iiJ.ili s ihc Meiifaeli i.ml JiiiJ:, iKKiiniiii-. 'f I'ei.il, fx '.v x Ji';i!hy i.iil iat urul biiKi J'l.t fjiiiiirt-i.-S t'i. iii.u'ii- 'I.'.w' Muthcr's I'jcutt. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS sEeirs the Tk Kind Yob Have Always BwigM fn Use Tcr Over 30 Yesf-s THE STATE UNIVERSITY Caincs ville. Florida. Nexi Si ssion Oper.sSej 1. 17ih fW2 i 1 HP I'I ll V III I'll)' .lid (lllll ' '.'I Ill-Ill ll. pin- v'u'ltii lil.rl.i! I.liil lltliir -Ml lull i lliir.illiil. i.l ' Ii wi,:ii( mil. I.l lln in. mil iiii i.l Iivii.i '.ii.ri.l ri.ni ;il-luv!y liiinltv Id-piii 11 1;' liiil'. Atl'iirliM i mi'pus (li .nlv 'PI. h i ll'llH.I Hi lllll llll ' III "I llllltlll' HP lil ,l 'lllll . i i'iplil II. AUili'.u - ;:im! i ilni linn. - i.l ill mlividl. S'liil loi I pl;ili-i:ii 1 A MIIKI'IIPI I I'm. isn' S.AU. Madison Drug ANO IS iPOSit-rel "37' O- V. X V Slilt ee Cl 1o Cure ii.ll Cases of SjeCiti,-E!o oil I'oison The Madison Drui! Comnanv will J2ANEY MEDICINE CO.. "THE OLD MAID." A Colorado preacher some time ; go delivered a sermon, in. w hich it is reported that he said that "old maids" should be se nt into exile as waste humanity. At any rate, such has been going the rounds of the press, and edi torial comments not a few have been made upon the incident. And, as might be ex pected, the arguments were in vfr'ably against the Colorado preacher. The "old maid," as she may ie called, hi though we would j , reltr UMISi. a more ,especled jt;tt. has much to peform in this wu id. She is among the fore in the works of charity and i i.,in(ness. he takes a leading 1 Vc.n , Hu ,.m.ficia! and uplift- !;,,., movements. She is verv much interested in matters of civic pride, and has much to do j with what makes a city really ! their credit that such is so, who do not consider marriage the sum total of existence. There are some who would prefer to for Fleicher's S.'gnr.t:re cf H'.RIDA , T, S'l M r! COl LEGE 'N I'lurula MR ee ( I, ii pi . i- ' I, ' . II. . i liijp Si ii k ill . Sii'tH'l nl M Ir u , ... . ml, 1 1 1 P .mi l l". Hi (i ii. i M ;. A i" ; i:.. Co., V''"" refund your money if il fails 10 emr mair. lain their own couise'i'n hie rather than, as Tennyson wrote to his co'.i-dn, to be "mated with a clown." There are women who pieier to go through life single thn to lower themselves and join themselves to those who are not worthy of them And that they me eminently correct in th:s ('ecisioii can be proven jlrom illustrations in abundance, not necessarily far J mm Madison County, of women who have in hie gone t hi ough all the torments of heil on account of woise than worthless husbands, Ir.tead of being so much waste humanity, it would be nearer the truth to say that the so-called 'Md maid" is really the leaven ol humanity. Ine Jacksonville Metropolis k what there was in the Grace case which merited the at- tention it received, both in At lanta arid in the Associated Press. Well, the news reading public wanted a full account, and the reason they wanted it vwi- the supposed sensationalism invoive-d. We would not like to say that such a reason is to our credit; nevertheless, we believe thcl t such was the cause prominence given. of the And pun. I i,Pn,.i-i, i- And iiow L.,f avette tounty is to vote 011 Whether liquor shall be legally sold there or not. saiditllem to everibody." For sale by all election to be held on thp .Mh rlav I of September. We would be in consistent, snould we not say that we hope she will go dry. Georgia & Florida Railway. THE DIRECT LINE 10 I.V'on, Atlanta, A n u s t jCamlina und Virginia Foii.ts, Wash ; injlt:n, New York and Eui ;ern ( ititt j Close Connection made at Ha jzkh'.'.ret with Southern rVailv grains for Macon, Atlanta aijit I Points West. KiU 1 tit Flf tCilVt Jl LY l.v Auiuia Svunt.i in M. P. ii niiiim Hi. 1 1. t iK f t.: ,1 u'M tf. I'i w i. W('t..l, !.. Nnl!V,ili Viil.li hdi 1'' !i(' I' M . (.o. ii 1 C. C. CH'K!.U.. ..-!!. MilJlMiP. Vl, , T. y. I' AKR1S. (om. Ajivot, i N'iiidusiu, I ( . H. C ATI IS. 1 Astt. ''rattc Mjlr., AutuMu. I,n h. c. Vi ta:.;t Tiuf'x' M(!r AU(UM.I. (ie(i';'i : THE TK1ALS F A TP. AVTI.KK. I ii'ii a tr,iv-'in; t-ds:i:mi," wr:t"s t. U Yeur.tfs. E. Hiiislii:f, t, "uiitl m , liltt'll td'U1 ll'.l Will' llMltijlHtip!l ikpI ill- : iii(.f:i'-!i (ill I tit-cuii to utf 'Jr. Kiiij : New I.if" Pi"s, v rj it Ii J have fuund mi i cm t llpnt n liieo.v." f i r nil Moinuch. I ; v ei I nr kidi.ry tri.jt.lrt tlitie is nothing lirttf ('i.ly i i.i i.ts'Vt nil tirti' tit-ts. IIKNimV -X MsiINN(:N . (. in .s-ir l-Lt ic i.-cn nnd Perry, 1- . 1 1 f : .1 I i ! 1 ai : late mill; IHedj-iut I umi-ik. iQi.pi-v; Ji ; J i-t Nr.tic-.al Ea Huildintr i A- '''. ,,f "'' I Plmrmao 1, l;i.f , '.V v. U !.(;( l:m,'i;!ni Felt-y it Co' 'iiroiti;.- r.iiiiiy ri!'s. m: "I tun ."(ifi '.lii.i i'd-.. H!!t-y a-jtJ Tar Cum I'diiiiJ Ipp, :iu -:;Uctl, uijll h l.'ie iini- rmiii'i (i i-Cii-ii.f 1 pan ipierimienil us i-iiiitiiiiiin, 'in phiip-.k's i..'i:V( Imriiifal ir.(ei lie 'I I. e k'iui:.p in a yvili w pu'.l;.V. Sin l nil ilpn'irs. i'M'INANCL NO, 72. Ad Oriiinome Aiji Mini tiid DnJdri!4 LfTectivi tin I l.uilo CrihlibUcfH vt Itirluwn ul Mailimm l lodCtt. ni w in Fbri. 1-i-ifarHl l.y ihf City Ac ii.n.i audi r iht I .:ti-in.n nl ll, li.wn Ohuiil-II. l a Crtifcimd ty ti t Iiiwd Cum-il ul tlit liiwnol Mudiwin, Flnrjea Sciii-n 1. 'I-jei liie ainipilBiiun uf ilir Cliano utiiI OriiiiieiKth 1 111,- IiiwdoI MbdiiHin, FliirlflH on in fi r.i , rpfcrt ti ty the City Attorney undo On d.m'iion uf the Tnwrj Cojik'H, a t-ontuiiie-d in u I-lj in lilel er.l iliil , " 'C iJinl'.lbtii l) nl the Cliertei uiiil ('nlii.b.Hii-ol the Inwn nl Mttlisnn. Klurids in Fnu't Ai'iil 1, A. 1). fill TBiiiif 1'iC puiieb i lu. :vf vf, iht inct x. Ik', tim! the ettme ii- 'lei-llirwl ii. !t a i.Trirt i d:j. j ,iii.i) nl tlie e liui ler and Oiiliiiuiiuh ol ; aid Tim u in inu'e en the l day or A.nl. A. U. Wi. St i'i am 2. Thai li1" ci'i'ii rf tl:e Heine with bu iMit x tlien te i-libil le t irited ia ani.lilei forn bml lie m 'ivtrid te Ilie luwn Cnuneil Inr the ue nl Hi i Ci until, the e"i. i rt ol ebul tun, and i.f I lie in lillL. Swtion ?. I')i,i b eii ) ol tint crilinaii'T Ih ptitilid at On tinlel sbnl reinpilalion iriirntdiate- I ly I'luiiliiii' in ind'H tlnreol. Stclii.iH. '1 1 nt i 'i.nnrdinunee bliaM i!n iiitu ef i liil iTi,i'ni1iau! Liprn its ut'iruval hy the Mayor. lai-Mit ih, Cbjiml i.n il.e Huil day nl July. A. li. l-1:. An. il - u. A. FPALE1CH. I I' (:IH IN. 1 rinilealorCiiunci j Cli ik nl i '..;r.i il. I A; i iuviii i' i. rih nuy ( juy, A. D. tl2. I K. 11. KOVl E. Muynr. I V'.i, i iiur l imimiltee en Laws and OldiliHinel. I.... i.l. u ii ail!) i ...an ini-il llit fcriuiiiinrilli.uiu ' . Hi. ii- i iiiun nd iliat it do fa. t. C. HASSKLt. Cliaii manifLawt,biiU Oiui nam e Com n.itlte. Kiilit-it W. Hi-rler, Lawrei.cevillc, Mo.. wlm Ii.hI lietn butlierpil with kidni-v truu- i..i voip, rays. I (niiru iliflVrent kinds of kidiify pills but witli ' Mi. (,.r I. ,..' ....... .'I .,;.! llir.. !r,'l'"'f. My neighbor told me to use Foley Kk1n,y Pils, , lo()k lhrM bottlM of th,m. j nd Hot a permanent cure. I recommend dealers. FOimnOIIEMCAR -Iom tit avAd !:'.'