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TRIAL OF JESUS FROM A LEGAL STANDPOINT

By W. J. GAYNOR, Mayor of New York City, and Formerly Supreme Court Justice

Jesus was not the victim of a mob but was tried and condemned in a court of law. Was the trial fair? Was the arrest lawful? What was the charge and was it a crime in law? Was the court duly constituted? Had it jurisdiction? Did the evidence support the verdict? Was the sentence legal? Was Jesus denied any lawful right? Ought the Appellate Court to have reversed the judgment had the great Prisoner at the bar made appeal? Judge Gaynor's judicial review of this tragic event is one of the intellectual productions of the world. Published exclusively in Vol. II Sellers' Classics just off the press. Daniel Webster's speech against a man charged with murder also published and many masterpieces of literature found in no other book. 321 pages. Price $2.00.

Vol. I. (distinct from Vol. II.) contains great jury trials and legal arguments. You hear Beach's burning words in the damage suit against Henry Ward Beecher for leading the plaintiff's wife astray, and the eloquent Tracy in the minister's defense. You hear Delmas in the Thaw case picture Evelyn's life along the primrose path. You hear Prentiss in Kentucky's greatest murder trial and Susan B. Anthony's dramatic response to the court that condemned her. You hear Clarence Darrow and Senator Borah in Haywood's recent trial, and you stand for two hours with the mighty Voorhees as he invokes the unwritten law in behalf of an erring sister's brother who killed the man "that plucked the flower from the garden of honor and flung it away in a little while, withered and dead." You hear Ingersoll, Seward, Lewis, Rayner, Brady and other thought and language masters plead for the heart treasures of life. 314 pages. Price $2.00.

Both books handsomely bound and illustrated. Sold separately or together. Shipped prepaid. If either is not all we claim money refunded and ten per cent additional as interest thereon.

CLASSIC PUBLISHING CO., Box 5, Baxley, Ga.

Dr. Irvine K. Mott's Method of
Kidney Treatment

restores cell function of the kidney not de-
stroyed, arrests and prevents further spreading
of the disease. His methods for treating kidney
affections have been tested by the Cincinnati
Post. A full detail of this investigation or test
can be had by addressing him as below.

Dr. Mott is a graduate of a Cincinnati medical college, class 1883, and afterward took instructions abroad, later becoming a specialist and investigator of kidney diseases. For nearly twenty years he has revealed to science that kidney diseases can be checked, the patient restored to normal weight and enabled to resume work.

The following is a statement from Dr. Mott: "My method is intended to arrest the disease, even though it has destroyed most of the kidney, and to preserve intact that portion not yet destroyed. The medicines I use are for the purpose of neutralizing the poisons that form a toxine that destroys the cells in the tubes of the kidneys, and my success in the treatment of kidney diseases is enough to convince physician and patient alike, that science has mastered a hitherto 'incurable disease, physiologically speaking." Dr. Mott invites the afflicted to send their symptoms and to ask for his free expert opinion. He will send you his essay on kidney troubles.

Correspondence should be directed to

IRVINE K. MOTT, M. D.

323 Mitchell Building, CINCINNATI, O.

THE LIFE and SPEECHES
-OF-
THOMAS E. WATSON

Contains a biographical sketch written by himself, and a careful selection of addresses made by him during the last thirty years.

These speeches cover a great variety of subjects. They begin wth a eulogy which Mr. Watson delivered in the Georgia Legislature on Alex. H. Stephens. They contain some of his Commencement speeches. They also contain his Labor Day speech, and many of his political and economic addresses, the result of years of the closest research and study. These speeches cover the Child Labor question, National Finance, discussion of the Tariff System, of the National Banking System, the Government Ownership of Railroads, the corrupt legislation put upon the country by the two old parties, a thorough exposition of the principles of Jeffersonian Democracy and a thorough treatment of the evils of class legislation which now oppress the people.

This book is printed in good type, and is bound in cloth. Price, postpaid, 60c. The book will be sent as a premium for one subscriber to Watson's Magazine or to the weekly Jeffersonian at the regular Address price of $1.00 each.

THE JEFFERSONIANS, Thomson, Ga.

In writing to advertisers please mention Watson's.

Entered as second-class matter January 4, 1911, at the Post Office at Thomson, Georgia,
Under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Published Monthly by JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Thomson, Ga.

ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR

TEN CENTS PER COPY

Vol. XIII.

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MARTIN COLLEGE

AN ENDOWED SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN

Established 1870

PULASKI, TENN. W. T. WYNN, President

Located on main line of the L. & N. R. R., (eight passenger trains daily) in the beautiful "Blue Grass" region, so famous for health and scenery. Cultured community. All departments. German Director of Music. Conservatory, College and University trained teachers. Two excellent Literary Societies. Good Planos-new Grand for recitals. Correspondence invited. Forty-first session begins Sept. 20, 1911. Write for catalogue. Address,

W. T. WYNN, Box 11, PULASKI, TENNESSEE

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On the Cumberland Plateau, 1070 feet above sea level. Superb main building-New and up-to-date gymnasium, with swimming pool. Sixteen-acre campus, athletic field, tennis courts, etc. THOROUGH PREPARATION for the best colleges and universities. We seek to develop good habits, and the qualities that go to make up a WELL-ROUNDED CHRISTIAN MANHOOD. For Catalog, address FITZGERALD & CLARK, Box W, Tullahoma, Tenn.

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For catalogue and information address THE HEADMASTERS, Box 0.

In writing to advertisers please mention Watson's,

The Making of a Woman

That's the mission of Bessie Tift College.

A woman-not merely an educated female person.

The best instruction a University-trained faculty can give-music-literature-languages-art-expression. And something more-the life of a splendid home; refined and religious atmosphere; fresh air; health; happiness. Ask about it in a post card to Forsyth, Georgia

DR. C. H. S. JACKSON, President

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What Do You Know About
Freemasonry?

Every man who belongs to this ancient and honorable fraternity, should be thoroughly conversant with its ancient customs, traditions, and history. These subjects are covered ia "due form" in the pages of THE NEW AGE MAGAZINE each month by the greatest Masonic writers and students of the day.

Every Mason, from the youngest Entered Apprentice, who stands in the North-east corner of the Lodge, to the Worshipful Master, who presides in the East, will find interesting and instructive reading in the pages of THE NEW AGE MAGAZINE.

THE NEW AGE MAGAZINE is not only the leading Masonic forum of the world today. but it is a standard literary magazine of the highest character as well. The Literary section of THE NEW AGE MAGAZINE is not excelled by any popular magazine published. There are good, crisp, clean-cut stories of fiction and travel contributed by some of the best known writers in the literary world; just the right kind of reading that will entertain the entire family circle-Father, Mother, Wife, Sons and Daughters.

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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BOYCOTT

Is growing so in interest, Mr. Watson is giving a series of articles in the Weekly Jeffersonian relative to it. The Weekly Jeffersonian also handles State and National politics without gloves. One dollar per year; six months, fifty cents; three months, twenty-five cents. No matter how long or how short a time you subscribe for, you'll come back. THE JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY,

Thomson, Georgia

In writing to advertisers please mention Watson's,

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