p jr TAt I’M, Editor.
WILL SELL ONLY FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT
in order to do this successfully we realize that we must
sell at great reduction, so yon will find us at same old
jilace at surprisingly low prices during this year, 'l'liis
is nececssarv to our buiness and we must stay by it.
(’ash or barter and £ood ] rices will be our motto
I. C. ROBERTSON
lANTEELA RIDER AGENT
rlti MO Mi x ItLy J ll nu / you receive and appro'c of your bicycle. We ship
a°lknv TK f DAYS’ FRiS Cent Prepay freight, and
allow 1 tiN UA VS I daring which tune you inny rule the bicycle and
put it to any test you wish. If you are then net perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
keep the bicycle ship it bacx to us at our expense and you will not be out one cent.
FACTORY PRICES , furmsh ., the h j% h< i st srade bicycles it is possible to make
rHVIVIII rmytad at one small profit above actual factory- cost. You save ro
to midctienien s profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturers guar
antee behind your bicycle. I>o JNOT 15 L Y a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone
at any Price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
Prices and reinaruaole special offers to rider agents.
YOU WILL RF wh^ n you receive our beautiful catalogue and
/ > B Ll, Study pur superb models at the wonderfully
low prices we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for Jess money
°*\iif^ f * e are satisfied with SI.OO profit above factory cost.
BltivLE l)bALhRs you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
ur prices. Orders filled the day received.
D HAND Bi(JVCLhS. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycle?, but
: a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
rices ranging from #0 to or $lO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
fWIACTrO RDAKF& single wheels, imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs and
Vyftjltß’DnAAEß, equipment of all kinds at half the usual retail Prices.
>ny lEKETROBIhHH&niE-nOOF S* 80
H SELFHEAUSGTIRES TOnfrffißVG£faKLY Jjjj,
10 MOKETROUBLE FROMPUISCTURES
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ah out. ’s:xi\ thousand pairs sold last year, Ag S^Ml
O'tr two huudred thousand pairs now in use.
DttORIPTION: Made iu all sizes. It is lively -
special cualfty of rubber, which nevi r &j
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fiedautaraers stating that their tires haveonly been pumped J? and 44 D ,f also rim stria 44 11’*
upouce or twice in a whole season. Ihey weigh uoinoreth..ti fc% iirevont rim cutting. '.This
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tread Tht regular price of these tires isfS.so per pair,but for vsY itIDING.
dvcrtiing purposes we are makings special factory price to
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approval. You do not nay a cent until you have examined aud found them strictly as represented.
he will illow a oaan discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price £>4.55 per pair) if you
fcud FULL CASH WITH OKDKK and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one
Btckd plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are
sot itrifartory on examination. W T e are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
wc.r better, last longer and look finer than any tire vou have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
V c want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer . j
<r t/mi airrn -nniro don’t buy any kind at any price until you Send tor a pair ol
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describee ami quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual pwees.
nn Ifor 1/1/4 it but write us a postal today. LH> NOT THINK OF BUYING a bicycle
UU N’J J WAIT or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new aud wonderful
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1. L MEAD CYCLE COM PANY, CHICAGO, ILL
TAFT’S RUNNING MAI H.
Congrc-r'-'-ir! F’-err Jr. c” ”;v' v or!<
,r '~ f i.. r--* r 1 - .
(Vim-Tit ion Hall. Chic o ?''* lure 19.
•—The exhausting work of Tkur-dav’s
fv-slon in the republican nst’onal con
vention and tie fact that *he great
went of the program had transpired,
*0 octnbined to cause a sc3r.ty arriva 1
the -ie’egations Friday.
Tie effect was then more marked
in the number of spectators,
When th convention was called to
Cl 4tr th, re vras not present a twenti
ptirt of those who witnessed the
°Pning cf the day before.
crowd cutside the Coliseum
smaller, too, and altogether the
Central interest in the convention was
fit low tide compared with the excite
ment of Thursday.
As the delegates began to arrive ffi
* r<n £ Luce at the convention hall,
v.ord that the vice presidential
fi °Qnnee was to be James S. Sherman
r f New York, commenced to filter
t-roiig n. Tbe report steadily strength
C() NUR£SSMax rhkhman of
. NEW YORK.
\. r *' d / Chjc?39 Convention for
e P eskiest of United States.
441 vu'Xrp _—
v '!iie" 4,1 ,n a 1 w minutes t!.e ‘grape*
t*ip was carrying around
’'t that rti agree-
ment I:ad been reached cn the much
J. Soul Facs tt, cf X-2.v York, con
firmed on his ariival, the report that
it was to be Sherman, and he asked
Chairman lodge to delay calling the
■convention to order until two brass
bands which lad been h*red by the
New York delegation, could arrive.
The chairman agreed to this, saying:
“I knew there is nothing to it but
Chairman Lodge called the conven
tion to order and the nominations for
vice president were almost immediate
ly proceeded with.
Timothy L. Woodward presented the
name of Congressman Sherman, of
Now York state, who was nominated.
Mr. Crane, of Massachusetts, mov
cd Sherman’s nomination be made
unanimous. Governor Fcrt, of New
Jersey, seconded the motion. The
motion prevailed unanimously, and
Mr. Sherman was declared nominated
The republican convention Af 190S
for the nomination of a man-to head
their ticket in the coming presidential
election and also the candidate for the
vice presidency of the United States,
came to a close in the Coliseum at
.Chicago, TIL, at 1.1:47 Friday morning.
• BRYAN HEARS THE NEWS.
He will Prepare a Statement Regard
ing the G. O. P. Platform.
Lincoln, Neb., June 19.-— William
Bryan received news of the action o
the republican national convention .at
his Fa!rvlew home and evinced con
siderable interest in the result.
’ Mr.'Bryan asked to-be told the vote
con other candidates and was especially
-interested in that for Senator La toi
lette. He said he had no comment
To make on the convention’s work but
would soon prepare a statement of his
•views on fhe republican platform.
Selma Man Suicides.
Selma, Ala., June 20.—For a long
time ill and despondent, James S
Brown, a well known citizen of Sel
ma, committed suicide by a shot
i through the.he^rt. from a shotgun.
THE DAFE COUNTY TINES
TRENTON, GA. FRIDAY JUNE 26
The Slate Convention Was Called
to Meet In Atlanta.
1,800 DELEGATES PRESENT
Besides Nominating a Car,d .date for
Governor, State House Officers and
U. S. Senators, Delegates to Denver
Convention Were Selected.
Atlanta, June 22. —'Delegates to tho
Georgia state conventicn met at the
Grand Tuesday to nominate a gover
nor, United States senator and state
There was expected to be an atten
dance of more than a thousand, and
the convention was one of the largest
and most enthusiastic in the history
of state politics, and certainly the
..• *, > * <> *" r>', f / jx- >, s. y
;' u fr 4 ?'"* 't. p I Hu* >
. ' * ' '
HON. JOS. M. BROWN,
Who Will Be the Next Governor of
most unanimous, for all of the dele
gates fi re “from among the friend
and supporters of the successful nom
inee ft r governor, Hon. Jo enh ,M .
Tirown, of Cobb, chosen from every one
of the cue hundred and forty-six coun
ties in the state, r grrd’.lss of how
the-'e counties cast their vole for this
By this means only one name was
presented to the convention for nomi
nation and only the r*>licies of the suc
cessful candidal- figured in the state
Following the arrival of the dele
gates, ar.d there were 1.8 r 0 of them,
cancrs-es by congressional di triot
The convention was ca”e(i also to
name delegates to the Denver con
There seems to be a
feeling that the delegation should he
sent to- Denver uninstructed.
DEATH CLAIMS OLD EJI7CR.
Donelacn C. Jenkins Wen Renown as a
Ix>s Angeles, Cal., June 20. —Don-
tlson Caffery Jenkins, in the fifties
and sixties one of the the best known
newspaper editors in the country, be
ing owner and chief editor of the New
Orleans Delta and later of the Pica
yune, died at Sierra Madre Saturday,
After removing from New Orleans,
Mr. Jenkins went to Galveston where
he was editor-in-chief and vice-pres
ident of the Galveston News. When
the Dallas News was annexed to the
Galveston Journal, Mr. Jenkins edited
it from his office in Galveston.
After securing a comfortable fortune
he sold out his interests in the two
papers and moved to I.os Angeles,
where he made his home. Mr. Jen
kins was born at Vicksburg, Miss., in
1825. He leaves a widow, one son
and five daughters.
Bloodshed at a Primary.
Lexington, Ky. , June 22. As the
result of bad blood engendered by a
hotly contested republican primary, J.
J. Turner shot and killed a young man
by the name of Arrowwcod at Canoe,
10 miles from Jackson, in Breathitt
county. In Terry precinct, after six
ty ballots had been cast, a general
fight ensued, poll books and remaining
ballots were destroyed and the elec
tion in that precinct ended.
Explosion in Laboratory. *
Newport, R. I. June 22. An ex
plosion of chemicals stored in the tor
pedo laboratory at the naval training
stolon here, destroyed the laboratory.
The loss will not exceed $3,000. Spon
taneous combustion is believed to
have caused the explosion.
Makes an Official Denial.
rnris. June 22—M. Raffalovitch, the
representative cf the Russian finance
minister, who is now here, has made
an official denial that the Russian gov
ernment had placed order* in the Unit
ed States for steel. _
Official Organ of Dade County.
C£.roja solons gather.
There Will Ce Six New FacC3 i.i the
AVanta, June 24. — A majority cf the
members of the general assembly of
Georgia have already arrived and are
**tady for the opening sess!* ns.
Much in if rest is being taken in the
race for ti e presidency of tbe senate.
€e::ri:-.>r J. J. PJynt, of tbe twenty
seventh district, stated that already he
ha I mcip tnan a sufficient number of
votes to guarantee his election to the
pre.-ider.cy on the first bal-’ot.
Senator E. T. Steed, of the thir
ty-seventh district, who is also a ean
di for the office of presi lent, stat
ed that he was confident that he
would be elected. He said that as
president pro-tem. of tbe senate he
was ’n line fer promotion, and that he
believed that a majority of the mem
bers cf the senate would support him.
In the house there will he six new
faces to take the place cf former mem
bers cf the house who have died or
resigned since the last session of the
Since both branches of the general
assemble are already organized, th- 0
committee appointed at the last ses
sion holding Intact for this session,
there,will be little time Tost in pre
paring to transact business.
With many important measures to
consider, the present session of the
legislature bids fair to be one of the
most interesting sessions in the his
tory of the state.
LARGE CEMENT PLANT.
To Be Located at St. Stephens, Ala.,
Chattanooga, Tenn., June 24. —De-
tails for the organization of the lar
gest cement and coal plant in the
w’orld. and the only one which wi'J be
on tidewater, were completed in this
city between the directors of the Mo
bile-Portland Cement company and
Wm. J. Oliver, the railroad contrac
tor. It was incorporated in Portland,
Me., with a capital stock of $0,000,-
000 common and $3,000,000 preferred
The formal organization and flection
of stockholders will occur at Mobile
Saturday night, June 27. Among the
the directors are United states Treas
urer C. H. Treat. E. L. Rnss~M, vice
president of the MobTc and Ohio mil
road; Jat. J. I yon. Mobile's million
aire mayor: W. Y\ r . Finley, president
of the Southern railroad, and many
The plant will be located at Gt.
Cut Throat to Escape Posse.
Eufaula, Ala.. June 24. —Surrounded
by a Edgar Jordan, a negro,
accused of murder, who had barricad
ed himself in a house, wrote a note
and cut his threat with a razor, dy
ing instantly. Jordan killed a negro
woman in Georgia and escaped into
Alabama. He seriously wounded Con
stable Simmons, an Alabama officer,
and it was for this crime that he was
Jordan w r as a well-to-do negro farm
er of Barbour county, Alabama, and
had been a student of Booker Washing
Bishop Brent May Accept.
Manila, June 24 —Bishop Charles H.
Brent, who was recently elected bishop
of the Washington diocese, will not
reach a final decision in the matter
until after he arrives at Washington
and confers with the standing com
mittee of the Protestant Episcopal
church. Bishop Bront will leave here
June 30, going first to Boston and
thence to Washington He feels that
his duty lies here but he may, after
conferring with the committee, accept
the Washington see.
Given Various Sentences.
St. Petersburg, June 24—Sentences
have been handed down in the case of
the participators in the Jewish massa
cre of 1905, at Blalystok, when eleven
Christians and seventy-three Jews
were killed and twenty-three Chris
tians and eighty-tw'o Jews were wound
ed. One of the prisoners was sen
tenced to three years’ penal servi
tude, thirteen others were sentenced
to from six months to a year’s impris
onment, and fifteen were acquitted.
Woodson and Sullivan at Denver.
Denver, Coi’o., June 24. —Ury Wood
son, of Kentucky, secretary of the dem
ocratic national committee, and Roger
C. Sullivan, committeeman from Illi
noisj and also chairman of the gener
al com*m*.ttee on arrangements, have ar
rived here to set in motion the work
of arranging the immediate prelimina
ries of the national convention which
will begin July 7.
Safe Was Blown Open.
Ethelville, Ala., June 22.—Tbe safe
In the store of Hancock & Pridmore
n Saturday night was blown and the
robbers secured $1,200 in currency.
The postoffice was in the store, and
the thieves look over SIOO worth of
stamps. There is no clew to the rob
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