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: February 23, 1906
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. 1. T.ATJrAT4A 3 at b ^,bAYeAd FEBRUARY 23, 1906. NO. 52.

s-_ ..T.. HaMftii h! _mm-w 1. WWi siEW rtao the oyster roat at Woooadvibe LWUWOR9 B L

1 eMe-WeWo of Flor L The roat was at the school houe, WNW *, so
Se Ales Vale. tforhe tm year ejot e m a sea ewo wer srvr d in vaou Mins AisA R3oovelt W 4 a te
Th Ualesn tha vs __un .. Sw tL. t W.*tg L. Robison acted as master of mrkg atw ntft 4
C mingthau amont han a ash baMe I4 IN* hgal hlt at his winter ewmonie. torical east room of
work fesmsary to drain the Evehdes bankhof(m,1516. Itss bhemsn DeLead, on Satmr. A watch and three cakes wer voted to Rr tatve Nicholas
make the pet scheme of Gov. Broward r last yer amounted to will be reeed fone, m ak being awarded to the of tl. It ai
laprMebtesb; basing team pon the west item being s bre was known, rti-t ir ande to the homeless wedd, but
. patio to dra T boy. Each oth eo .em ,o Un .d h- to la .ho t v o ted ,,n tto

--et se that e i m mo -o u was ,t erm bpy ws to to *pecid
s ul*yndankts d of Diottory f machisao opy athb pS5 pl and test for terise and the ot at hersakeoM
oa,.s ,.. T.. b?. it 0804=0n~a', a 5 W1"r- m-Xd-----.":'l-.._ T--jprla-rwada f- '

e sta en 0tostoohma li efor"U ei e neel yt hleheaLe.MrB.Wa-a mth

tioedabovesprph rmos ter for need rso N ww r t1 or. J ., Mtheon of wl a hohte ohl b Mtrio. sad mHo t la a.d w.

eatn gNow itte gone. CdCoue owh a ttl, and wa born in .O N. J., in give it to litew, ones witha fol a o oeary hr a
t aheo roef notemaus wh Sim8Fthasm amr on kpenor the uri. inod bMi Kallt Uth attendttim immr wehearde als

erno tKmmrnand prs Pnenw oal toat'a.ane. nw w I M rsaItrees amnet gists ch. tstaapir. B wa i
s lentbinu uwrgktese te.ns n irto wivr otthe Gut a nt flt took gr .bt ian wlto 0 Somea tdo W- -- th of oad a "

the New Zesland government, went A nowa o Wtern news ape in- rincipl sM ktbay W widow, left for "e. .Mto 50 bushels prMt wtm MT. abooWeto Mga r .
by StatesLan and TiSobe Coparny, Ita'a h eat- schl hbite Of R E = Was a 9 4 kt a b'r
1870, and later was taken tr brought orth?",i Wee ud in tt st H. Av tra the bde'o mother, Mrs.i
frh Unita wrd State Circuit C eouedre r t oict lath r o w n In ry u 9-t in hs as o M t* d m ot11 ote o f t
te nte Brtsarmy in the war agmt beterthe on tn Belh in a U t5 fllness so A lyl new stlColr Woan. d Cnim.mstt Wad N ywel otheWrs..he b .e
otherB st.ateo office w as t.hBo f Ma. who re A Cpa ws n ov er son t In Wo e h pwltnr A &eLttDisd, d in lacd sk Bttnba R.. J. E tte.nttt waer sister, M is
orange l fCoomm ssiooers. Forthhre exesa neoor ot qleimdbylI s e

das uinel oae bete atL' me h m d r mn TaN fiego. peom ISd whe St.AG MaxT r h it gvened soon a Bnds ste4 1 habi ot=
the d sationd mkin ceha oo er65g. Cham a r Lmketgs liaeh i'tnra argume ntci tyakepso mekenlTe e ain. efteIwna tha

e ialn .ode .eya..i toe men y, fr ere he is e.gaa with the and Live Tablets will ore the disf* villf tnd very vealutSBs, omI tom eveI
i. om a bovi ,a torh more vautae. Record Publhing Cmpany, order. They and trngth- Col. Robt. W. Williams h been n quarter o the w
tCough, 1880. He op e d a small s herew, peft sccrrsit. Soldsbelal l as tohe o pardther brdal wasihe a Wrd 111

eaSTANcz oa anrdDAVpT, proof on tne Revsed Statutes. en and 6 Invog amte aa e samset and Wuhington this week in connection govme sentsa ,r000aamon, nec ]
MEngi ineg owmsing arst Fsets .up that Try Handley, the un end loksmth wel orsa by all Drdalts.r. with the National br Assoelaton, of we o f
two eay n lave nm iats twen an Syut wrte?" We wo Dr it -- "No- w2 h R AVrIM dta my ria Idmotb. M-.g Mtit
o cea ountythou b h ieedutihes as He gu" es hs work. Constant ine gf oa trse sesa r ohich fe a member fiy eirleste a

,thetsne -s hewokao uentsra nd .of se. arrive or b soe ,W, ay be. Any WOrk that Htandey turnn out la Sel ibaWse
-a otep pos of navig ale canal" Best line of Work P t ever in T. l- fore you purchs will make it will bear inspection. He as located at Major Hamm, editor and manner of
eforrnraimhna ande for agricultural l lahasete, now at Evans'. to your tuantd theor 51-t e.the Constantere Houre. the Constitutionblist, Emae. Ky.,
Sao the rnl.s whel n he wr tf Iercely attacked four
the rst case, h erene shows, it is absot ne ars aot, by Piles bRht lt box of
0 .n.d m i haerase nten the ha ouhat omoi tr W ol ad gs It to befo a ta the Ac a aunt 1o t re, r... of

great enough to prevent any altservcation l oue"Icoun hisas nIOe .N-I'v..in. troublehsibi.-e .ranm ofth 9ters
m thdetouwtnhe the canal, and urn.ores, uts an Wounds
the can vest be supplied by artificial t ehsefar tanINday cail Lirfem Instur;andctshse mr. manlh en
let of such reserviors must be controlled and left for St. A te Wd food frmnt. habr Stomach f r a several weeks visit to Jackson- Th wdd pr w nmeo
by dams or lock gates, so as to store up aLiver Table wll correct te vill and vry valuable o from
water s affiavit to provide alainst thecord Publishin Company read order They de and strength- Col. Robt. W. Williams ha be e trearer of the h
possibility of the dr seasonDAT. proof on the Revised Statts. n and nvo the stomach and Washington this week In connection movement Asia on, at the coe of
Engineer Maling first sets up that Try Handley, the gun and locksmith, ibowels. For Ball Diriata w the National 5.r Association, of laewiling Ant
the water feedraing tscheme fo. ib egcsyewe :
Is for the purpose of a navigable canal Best line of Wor Pants ever in Tal- for you p l will make it will bear inspection. He is located at Major Hamm. editor and manager of
for reclain land for agricultur. There are to nowday insurance omp our antaies ter the business of the Seurity Mutual Constitutonali Eminnc. Ky.
In tercase, he shows, it is absoh yebrs agt, by Pilesr bought a box of

recat enonh to prove a n erevent any alter ation in operation trouble sincn." Qubueth .h ehealr....

r lar intervaltsh ofa surin thcentc w Inat, ad are eyth that is claim for them volume to A very rest extent and tprs, o e m tshe pt... o
thi cand fall to btearry fall waters h .C One of t. m tw Seuerity MutuaI while there are uIom l panyie, d'" *c a atal t ........ "-
or nathreural lakeow fed by rverom ans The out-Life Insurance Co., with ral ofees there re none more conservative, or ........

asiqunckl as posstble, thu. enablhnad locatan in Biyahamston, N.-Yh, and of of which a more MorseraGtive man re-tmeTotl12:14m
thet of such reserir work as must n draind which ChdrlS M urne is Prooident. sides as Pradent. Mr. Turner a bst .... ...... e t. w.
by dam or lomaer lateral drains would sr mkTDm aw heurt has rcord btial self-made man, one who I The olown s anauthe annual statement
afind their sucent toilet. hinproided it that's oe of the cleanet and rohly versed in ll the intricacies of the treasuon reen Tallahae I
AS TO VEILAD. claret that we have ever or of iifeb nfuan tw, having devoted mal ement Association, at the close- of
* the water feeding ttel t n lhhe year 1g t:
In the second instance, thlude main ob- here are today is one of the t modern years to ts close stud. It due to security Mutual Ja a"". e1,or1 0 -
et000 misl to provide e a number of canalake in operation ln the Unitd Sttat that this, and to his mCo. has inct reputation B" lancd tools bha n. .. u180 6

Oke ichobee of about 1,200 square milest. timee the...... vld . a vret .. ... ......e. .ent. Child work at M v tesatial 2 00
depth and fall to carry off all waters One of the Security Mutual while there are muc larger companies

ru inwtervals of asuicient w-idh ae' c elr .t'isamed Ifzon rth emoum to wvry neat xtoem and d. ....00
and the regular inflow from lands above Life Insurance Co. with general offices there are non more conservative, or Dt frois of May pertokes b-----
naturely a s possible, with us enabling po hold d his ompy uch a more conservative omp- "
few hillocks ahe other h aies ua ine e on of sPresident Tur- mt. recent. Mr. Turner t du ..

tae Okdou o tdases u roe- rtTotal eurinth
oirA TO EVERLAE. ceat tht w hav r sn or of life insurance, having devoted many Blo Jury ......
The Evera lades he says include about- hard of. It Is one of the most modern years to its close studS. It Is due to M r fartimi'r----- -------.- 1.
. ile. m fto ex.usm.i h se- F M MEMPHxs TM: A worthy Tribute fromhis ad to hi interested Partyion af-.. o

6y d,000 r "otc"g test tea thorough In tltinbthvetonvethatg a e o Inistpigating Commnttee. and o ,
Okeechobee of about 1,200 square miles Ballard 's work at May festival w
tand Bifft Cypr Swamp of about 2 A POUIdal vry partAculr fom an Y ta of the world that The Memnhis m fil p ,s
emil thslsd i ofswamn n with th wi f t me. has taken occasion pay im
policy& hlders. an his comply such a high comopli cRos.: *
few hillocks and other high place equal-aegs*

In the seco d ina n th emio bher POd ay is tered by the State of New York. Privilege of .u.. .y,.tlalceinb an _..... ....m
tin only about 200 squar mileotang en iery e years. G uranteed Expense Account. cewCt of ir.e "".
Lake Okeehobe- acts as a huge rea- 'P To"l---..ii- Alice ttr ,m

regul .r ...... Thlosree Fcntrs hhtame these he best Crontrats on the market me mt y..
ervoi and faads, with the water it, h .* jt Bhal.e omeo the b' .. E m
n ~ r d,.s_ Land t FROM MEMPHIS TIMESour Heal worthy Trmits and take on adisinterested amount fan. Ja Duar m
annuarsors m .n ao a noter a thorough Investigation, byOur Coun Bonds the bestNew York Invest te. "P And..aad eU..
territory, a lake is only abouot.t twe ah Ballard's Horehsound Srv It w

raaty shoals off gradually.. O.....
them to L season occurs during the 'fP a E N atrs d aigthJy a
fn teirmonthdet.hind the shihaaiseofe ofthPUnd Registered by the State of New York. Priviliege of s Amarriage of Intereenndyer
two f t O VEs GLD S.clearestthsa w havd every s ve year. olr a m Expense g Adotuemnt. y0 was thti of Mr Neal......a.to
Tihetatwentidvesaintcdab. ut Three FeatuIes that make these the best Contracts on the market. t tofithe bLe'L S

L. -u&wA. of LtPUoGlroyour Loved Ones. frmwOur Coupon Bonds are the best Invest- Mr.0e&Dais.prom er

To lower Lake Okesst~efour feet,. meant evMr ofirfWeT XunMen to build up an Estate for their own use and at OF man ofhok Blff. Fla ~mUM
fet wide, withabut foot the smetimeeate anm narance Fund for the Future. a, and belongs to oe a the ot
Over a route free mSuth Sea #* .. and best families of that State.
Okeechob MM Newl~ a .- BUY SECURITY MUTUAL, AND YOU BUY THE BEST. The br.de one of cnt's
ta eo .7 mie wu, a moat beautiful and ao lm
Scmurat otwtveit mils .t. A PROPOSITION, NOT FOR TO-DAY ALONE, BUT FOR THE RAINY wi, who has a n ost
todestheilke kWdedredL tol Free Press.
L*St Okse o n .sgose DAY THAT IS SURE TO COME. m
.,.._ .,W". Drop me a line and I will take pleasure in calling on you. $ rheuatism of the a'd

dwt miA ,esS IAS.n ..MYRS endealan. tbbins thet
meaning as amount of waSer eh ao1 ati this
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Tallahasse IMia, I*. b#, IMP .

RIenew your subscription to the True
Democrat now.
The State Democratic Executive
Committee will meet at Jacksonville

Mr John A. McCall, late president of
the New York Life Insurance Company
died at Lakewood, N. J., on Sunday at
6.35 p. m. ,
A statement published generally in
the newspapers estimates the number
of automobiles in use in this country at

The Pensacola News says: Count
Boni's relatives are getting exceedingly
anxious lest he shall te left on their
hands to provide for.
The True Democrat will always stand
up for Florida, and It will not mistake
the interests of any ring or clique for
that of the State either.
All Florida wished Mr. and Mrs.
Longworth all the happiness that life
can bring, and trusts that they will be
pleased with all that they see in this
tate. ^_ .
In the stores the opportunities to se-
cure PONE THINGS come only occasion-
ally. When they come they are adver-
tised There is no other way by which
yon can learn of them than by reading
he ads. -
"When a man gets to think he's a
big gnn, It's time he was fired." So
wrote ex-State Superintendent Henry
9. Pattengill the other day, and was
ever a truer thing more wittily said?--
Plorlda School Exponent.
The boss Is gradually disappearing
from American politics. The direct
primary is taking his place. The pri-
mary does not always result in perfec-
tlon, but it is incomparably better than
the rottenness out of which grow boss
es.-Tampa Times.
Wall street Is said to be the most
itive andcorrect barometer of flnan-
I weather in existence. It has the
pputation of having thoroughly dis-
nted every financial storm that has
ceurred in forty years, long before the
general public had the least suspicion
that such a storm was coming.
Remember, we are depending on 'what
in earn to keep you a first-clas. news-
r going If you have not paid us
dollar for the first year, please do
now as soon as you can. conveniently
ter still, pay us two dollars, and let
Ie for your paper in advance
e is need of keeping up in Talla-
e a first-class weekly newspaper
Governor Broward has been spending
Iral days this week at Fort Lauder-
where he Is having two large
es built for use in his Everglade
nage project. liHe was accompa-
a d by F. H. Nlies, of Chicago, a
mnber of the company that furnished
machinery for the dredge. It I1
rstood that two additional dred ce
lt shipped to Fort Lauderdale
j News comes from Jefferson county
bat Hon. W. M. Girardeau will be a
indidate for State senator from that
et.I He is one of the best men in
a and Jefferson county is fortu-
in having the tender of the ser-
of a man of the Girardeau stamp.
has twice been a member of the
of Representatives and proved
If to be one of the ablest and most
I members of that body. --Starke

1ibll sentiment in the first Florida
t has settled down to the accep-
of the gratifying fact that ('on-.
n Sparkman will have no oppo-
whatever in the primaries this
S When a man has done hisduty
altively as haa our congressman it
^Md be a dffic.lt task to rouse any
, I .a m aua intelligent people.
sparkman I always and active-
~nged In emoting the Interests
Ih constitunts, and owing to his in-
In Washington he isa able to do
work and a great deal of it.-
Times. .
Fewe Gallons; Wears Longer.

The are some fqtrof the recent
a MthPeoplelpf fk numade
"b wTiMS of r t" 1L m4,
whie command more extended notl
than has thus far been accorded to
them. Others beedes dkose mentionesd
below, will be considered later.
The document (wbich bears the Jen-
afs earmarks, s aM *sort to cover
up the Jennaings dmin"tration per-
formances and shoulder responsibility
therefore upon the present adminltra-
tion), shows that the Jennings board,
in 1904 (nt 1906, as it would make it
appear), had on band In ash the sum
of $36882,346.16, the proceeds of sales of
land made by Jennings to land specu-
lators at ridiculously low prices. The
Trustees say: "This money was depos-
ited in banks in different parts of the
State, and to secure these deposits, the
Trustees held "borids belonging to the
banks of sufficient value to make the
money in the banks safe."
Reference to the list of these securi-
ties discloses the fact that two of the
items, aggregating $50,000, consist, not
of "bonds" but, "Consolidated Naval
Stores stoek"I The only plausible ex-
planation of the fact that this "stock"
was listed as "bonds" is the other fact
that Governor Jennings is reported to
have become personally interested in
the Consolidated Naval Stores Com-
pany. This is the first time in the his-
tory of the State when public money
has been loaned on the security of stock
in a private corporation. Connect this
circumstance with the fact that much
of the land thus sold by Jennings at
low prices found its way into the pos-
session of the same company, and the
several ramifications of the enterprise
are sufficiently manifest to account for
the extraordinary and otherwise unac-
countable official connection of ex-
Governor Jennings with this company
as Its vice-president. It was a beauti-
ful combination, in this light of the dis-
closures made by the "statement" of
the board; the Jennings board sells a
large and valuable tract of public land
at nominal prices to the naval stores
company, and then loans $50,000 of the
proceeds to the company at a nominal
rate of interest, taking the company's
stock as security! No wonder Jennings
landed, when he went out of office, in
the softest place the company could
Another feature of the "statement"
in the loan, at a nominal rate of inter-
est, of a part of the Fund moneys to an
unnamed Individual or individuals of
$37,000 on "bond with sureties." Why
was not the name of this fortunate in-
dividual given, as was the name of all
of the other borrowers of the public
funds? Who was it that possessed so
effective a "pull" with the Jennings
board that he could have the use of so
large a sum of the board's money at 2
or 3 per cent, while the less fortunate
common people had to pay 8 per cent at
the banks if their necessities required
them to borrow?
There is a still more serious feature
of these financial performances of the
Jennings board. The second section of
the 'Internal Improvement Act" of
1866 provides that surplus funds arising
from the sale of lands by the board
shall be invested "in stocks of the
United States, stocks of the several
States, or the Internal Improvement
bonds issuedl under the provisions of
this act, and drawing not less than f6
per cent" There in no authority, uns
der this act or any other, for the board
to lend to or deposit its surplus funds
in any bank, much les to any individual
oC "bond with sureties."
Besides all this., in 1903 Governor Jen-
nings himself approved an act of the
legislature providing that all moneys
on hand or arising from the sale of
lands shall be divided among the several
counties of the State for the purpose of
making hard roads, after first being de-
posited in the State treasury.
it in a strange and striking Illustra-
tion ,f fatuous blundering in attempted
decepltion of the p)ublie for Governor
Jennings to have thus disclosed, in his

"statement." the most prominent feat-
ures of the elemental weakness of the
position which he assigns to the board,
and it in almost equally strange that
the eminent and intelligent gentlemen
who now officially constitute the board
should have permitted their names to
be used in the promulgation of this
moet remarkable document.
District Attorney Jerome, of New
York, announces that be will prqhotiw
criminally life Insuranc 'l o
have violated the laws. He i11 sub-
jnttted to the grand jury the case of the
MUtual Reserve Life Assurance Com-.

MAIUM cUmase A
.For t as T eyas...

Theawe her e

1 .i .fo

Phave d t

ou the taotoe a ary $500. cad
wasem d to pesmte, as 'specl
counselt cane thie State against
of wltr rylor.
Is that plainly enough stated?
This matter csa be explained.

at time and he an Hn.
William B. Lamar, against whom Mr.
Taylor made the assault were not on
speaking tems, and the ey Wesat Inth
ter-Ocean and some other newspapers
printed editorial stath that, owing to
the intee feelto ing Liddo between
these two gentlemen it would not be in
good taste for Mr walker to prosecute
the case,
Mr. Walker submitted these editorials
in a written communication to the Gov-
ernor, and asked that plainly some one else
without bias or prejudice be appointed.
to prosecute the case. governor Jen-
nings agreed with Mr. Walker that the
best inter-Ocean andt of the State would spaper-
hap be served b torialhis retire from the
case and aste fored Mr. tddon prosecute
spe cial eounse
We believe that the people of lorida
Justify the action of Governor Jennings
m this matter.
The proceedings were all made public
and there was no concealment and cer-
tainly no corruption attached to it.
Judge Liddon represennterest of thted the State
dili ently and ably and was certainly
entcase. and to his anted Mr. ddon
We believe thatolding our public ofrida
ficials to he strict accountability of their
actshe but do not believe alln condemn publicng
anthem therefore un was no concealment and cer- s

justifiable, whicrruptioh not seem to be
the case in the matter under review.-
Ocala Banner.
Brother Harris, you fall to explain
the matter, y a we reproduce an ediinly
trial from our issue of July 28th, 1905,
in proof of it, as it covers the points of
law in regard to this Liddon fee matter.
We had hoped we were through with
this Taylor-Lamar-L ddon business for
several good and which ient reasoees to
turself, or the preset, but ever and
anon are called on for more. Read the
editorial as follows:s

WAS IT oAr'r??
Walter L. Taylor was indicted at the
spring term, 1908, of the Leon circuit
court, in May of that year. May 15th
an entry was made on the minutes of
law in regard to this Liddon fee matter.

the couped that this day came B. Swith
Liddon the assistant State attorneys
etc., which entry appears in each of
the five cases against Taylor. Through-
out the entire proceedings, in all the
cases against Taylor (and Judge Lid-
don appeared in no other), he is dsigthe
nated on the record as "assistant State
attorney.' '
In the judgment of the court, pro-
nounced and recorded December 19,
1903, Taylor was sentenced to thve
years' hard labor, and to pay the costs
of the pros madecution, includingg a fee of
$10 for the State attorney.","
In Governor Broward's response tou
Senate Kesolution No. 40, concerning
special counsel feee paid out during the
Jennings administration, appears these
following statement: "That as direct-
ed by law, pon the disqualssistant Stat of
the State attorney for the second
judicial circuit n the ease ofurth, protate
of Florida versus Walter L. Taylor, the
H1903n. B. Liddon Esq, was appointed

by Judge John W., Mlqp.o acting
ttate Attorney In that eEde, and held a
fee of gran.'
Thears' law relatibor, ang to the ppontments
of afor tant State attorneys is ." fo
Revised Statutes, Section 165. Ans-
sintant :t.te attorney.--The 8tatre at-
torney, bay uand with tho on t of the
any member of the bar when the
amount of the State business render itt

necessary, either ia the grand Jury
room to advise them upon legal points
and framing indictments, or In court to
prosecute rimtnas. But such assis-
tant shall not be authorized to sign any
indictments or administer any oaths, or
to perform any other duty except the
giving of legal advice, drawing up in-
dictrmeta, and-the prVesatin of crim-
inals in open coutt. His eomp
shall be pad b, tha State Attorney and
not by th State.
If Jodge Uddon was, as designated
in the records of the court, "assistant

state attor "wth thMaeMpdqof tW
court. V w N
conta, tate at
protetoed a
wooe 4 A.

The people are asking wherein liesa T. tau evo e Wilsiesh
the diffteoce between this pet eae of With th, week' e ... ... ..
the Jennings admialsration and all the Tallahassee TrueDem will round
other eases of like degree. Was it be- out the first year of its existence. Typo-
cause of any cases of Nkedegree. Was gra really the True Democrat is not
it because of any peculiar charm in the eie any r the State, and
man emssaulted, which distinguished him teSrane wh apper in Idts column
above the common herd of mortals, sa each week. Collinsi sa vigorous writer
to call for more certain and condiga and seeing wat t e eeuives to be a
punishment for his assailant; or was w eit1* e~p' tate to show It
beganee aso m pealiaarppott llawehisperWmany
that was njoyed with the Jennings. aM NwEntpi~S.
OQW -- in v-,tio- Mr. J. JP.&Rewt hasjutrearn.

law to pay for the gratification of pVAl b*mo r s to be iU MI hi y atafa
amml rrv,? asm r Mi.. It will worth your
somal reveoea? wll'be om y
--- -- -v------- w. to aa. ble b fore atoee mg he
Have that broken C an vpd s ae dble t dr
** MforailaB prpspasg- which hbewilgive
40Fr ft '9-T you Nowd proem ML

.e-- e. este attorney, trhorisd, a*o m -t.
h M -*p-ti. wa. a fndB th AftN th d ester
New ^aqp Mta p^ ^|b& a ag

G Oar Browarmd,b t h pa to e* .Cineag i IeMi
Sthe SeaMte es ado, sAys that Judge Cooper. Tb hees stlah 1 It di
iUdd was psM o Upon the di- before the deat aNMem s m eakd.
qumalnwUmd f the State attorney." Tb-e Jae!sovifl MetM pMa, I ine
The fas e that the tate attorney of the action, wired ip p wm for the
wM bet adlluMA^ wab priest la Be aI reasoM tos o doing, i feltows:
Sourt attending to his oicial dotle in "John Coflah, Ed. t. Democrat, Tal-
I afl other ea and waa fully Coope- lahssee:,* ,
test to pafoIm Mo n 'dif tfe mpnce to Pleasee wtiiI .i .iW kM *hl*
tM TAiu Y and declared himif BfoM, teko IMisah Cooper'a death
a ready ad wilNa to do so. warrant."
S wemaw Browad mays that Uddo As requ~ d we allied at the X E en-
had baie appointed "acting State At- tive o** for information and. akad to
tornea." Let us se The law gov- an the Governor. The Gova..or's pri-
erning the appobitment of acting State vate secretary, J. Emmet Wolfe, said
attorneys is a follow: that the Governor was engaged. The
Revised Statutes, Section 1854 as Mtropolis' telegram was banded Mr.
amended by Chapter 4899 (May9, 971) Wolfe, which he read and in a most
Acting State Attorney. Wherever
there shall be v vacancy n the ofl f contemptuous manner folded and hand-
State Att~ in any of the judicial ed back, with the ark: "Wire the
circuits of this State, either by non-ap- Board is giving nd thing out "
pointment or otherwise, or if a State We expected no better treatment
attorney shall not be present at any reg- from this source and only make this ex-
ular or special term of the court, or be-
ing present, shall from any cause be planation to show how icly one may be
unable to perform the duties of his 'of- treated if one does not toady to a cer-
fiee, the Jud]ge of the said circuit court tain element. It. all right and you
shall have full power to appoint a pros- are welcome to all you make out of t.
ecuting attorney from among the mem- rl
bern of the bar, with the consent of the DEATH OF NiL STITSON.
member so a pointed, to whom shall be
administeredan oath to faithfully dis- The sudden death yesterday at De-
charge the duties of State attorney, and Land of John B. Stetson, the Philadel-
who shall have as full and complete au- phia millionaire hat merchant and phi-
thority, and whose acts sall be in all anthrostwill be deeply regretted
respects as valid as a regularly appoint- nop, will be deeply regret
ed State attorney. He shall sign all in-, wherever the good man was known,
dictments and other documents of "act- and especially in Florida, where he had
ing State attorney." The power of done so much for the elevation and edu-
said appointee shall cease upon arrival ith d a o th B
of the State attorney or the cessation of cation of the young, and for the .ap-
his inability. The said acting State at- tist Church. Mr. Stetson was well ad-
torney shall receive for his services the vanced in years and had seen much of
sum of ten dollars per day which shall the good results of his efforts, which to
be paid out of the appropNation for the g .
payment of State attorney, and de-. him was a great pleasure and a great
ducted from the salary of the State at. comfort in his declining years.
torney for whom he acted. Florida can ill afford to lose such men
The issue of Judge Liddon's authority as Mr. Stetson, who come among us to
to act as prosecuting attorney in the do good, particularly for uplifting and
Taylor cases were fully considered in the educating the young. Stetson Univer-
supreme court in the appeal proceedings sity at DeLand will long be a monument
and decided by a divided court, one in Florida to the generosity of its
justice being disqualified, two concurr- founder.
ing in the opinion and two uniting in a All friends in Florida of education
very strong dissenting opinion which we and upright views will mourn the loss
hope to publish at an early day. The sustained. It is a severe one in many
matter of Judge Liddon's compensation particulars. Peace to his ashes. Sym-
is one that has not, of course, been be- pathy to the bereaved goes out from
fore any court. the people of Florida. -Jacksonville Me-
We have already seen that if he was tropolis, 18th.
"assistant State attorney, as designa-, ANOTHtE ASLUM SCANDAL.
ted in the court record, hR had no 'A committee appointed by the Medico
shadow of a claim for compensation Legal Society of the District of Colum-
upon the State treasury. Even in the bla to investigate the condition of
judgment of the circuit court the de- affairs at St. Elizabeth's government
pendant was commanded to pay "a feer asylum for the insane, near Washing-
of $10 for the State attorney"-nor for ton, have made a report to the society,
an assistant State attorney." Did b
Judge Liddon receiveethis also? a copy of which will be sent to the
If hJudge wasddon receive this attorneyPresident, and it is said the grand jury
If he was "acting State attorney" may be called on to make an investiga-
did he serve in the Taylor case fifty tion.
days? Who ordered the comptroller The committee says it would appear
How could t issue the warrant? Was it Jennins? Andfrom complaints made to the committee
has the $500 paid to him been "deductedthat straight jackets, handcuffs, etc.,
from the salary of theState attorney?" are in frequent use; that the "feeding
from the salary of thgrState and with what tube" has been upon occasions thrust
If so, on what grounds and with what through the nostril down the throat as
right did the State officials thrust their th punishment and discipline
hands into the pockets of the State at- a method of punishment and discipline
torney andxt tterefrom$O00withas well as of alleged necessity. Many
htorney and extsat therefrom $500 with other like occurrences are reported.
which to eompemast* another for servi-
ces which th, record shows the State We think the newspapers make a mis-
attorney was ready, able, willing and take in publishing the sayings of Bishop
competent to perform. Turner. What the decrepit, old idiot
Reduced to its last analysis, this inci. has to say about the Nation, the flag
dent is only one of many instances in and our people hurts no one, and the
which it will be shown, sooner or later, best of his own race pay no attention to
that the Jennings administration not his periodical squeaks. Just quit giv-
only ruled the destinies of the people of| ing him publicity and he will quiet down.
Florida witr: a wild and reckless hand. While he is ever trying to stir up dis-
but actually made the taxpayers foot cord among the races we have in mind
the bills when the time came for "ad- Bishop tenj. Tanner Tucker, who is
edition, division and silence." now presiding over the Florida African
The question becomes pertinent as t~ Cfenei rd. H s dng a
how mauy uas.ef asolt with intem good work among his people, and is
to murder occurred and were prosecute bending all efforts to uplift, improve
throughout Florida during the same and thus make thembettercitizens, and
year. and a conservative estimate of no small part of his efforts is directed
their number woueald be at least twenty- towards creating kindly feelings be-
five, if not more; and yet, in none of tween white and colored citizens. He
these was any special counsel employed i gioris in being under the American
by this admatrtion, particularly v and usu American eit s
the tune of 8500, as' was done in the and is at all seasons working to that
Taylor ase. end.

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wesme rMWtwm oe m somp trag -ft 40 *W4 &e a ='s UII
so the as&0 e'deem: side of-dthe eIa es
ibswaeaa b wWe inUA1 for a wdth ff twenty
-am M ?Pot. than two N so amed by

Much has bw esd of lat, about re- wo iv a width of a oval.
claiming the = d the feasi- the equ a mdb adroo
bility and util wve not been me 5 beria
questioned. Evarglades i a terra eTow*ae tqB tSae tnain B
coi n te true en of th word, abotfty long, 1 ft
and theeduitfn s which have aucceed- ad t feet deep; and In additional
ed in er ng this immense saw-gmrasa f nie t aS )b
covered inland sea can be counted on feet wid to eet into th
the fingers. They took notes of what This mak I ttl of2mis teodr a01d ai was found
they saw the first few days out; after age work, and, eventually, a largenum n ienrI W
that they had to hustle to get to terra berof hand-dugdrains. tm t d to what is
firm before they died of starvation or The cost is estimated at fromDtoq known as the waterof
exhaustion. All that is known of this four cents per cubic yard, exclusive of waeh is about vt below sur
regli comes from those expedftions and the cost of dredges and tenders. Then tae level What v lovely than
is, as far as concerns soil and water con- too, the great mass of the Everglades it 1 tp Procky l rned so beau-
ditions, as follows: lying to the south of this route fds ail tifully with masses of ferns, with a
.The Everglade is a shallow basin of outlet in the Gulf of Mexico, through eease raining of erystal water from
of coralinelimestone, having water from different streams a distance of seventy those walls, with,. a fa of two faet,
a couple of inches to several feet in to ninety miles from Lake Okeechobee. making a pretty Sorde,. And to cap
depth. The water is clear and contains This would give a very slow current, this beautiful e a magnolia had
lime; it comes partly from the over- and drainage could only bp made effect. g rown on tlhe b its kvely green
flow of Lake Okeechobee, partly from tive by quantity. foll aapr e water?
direct rainfall, but to a great extent THB LAND 8RECLAIMED. Wat prepared for
from ring. that are frequent in the Mr. Maling then goes into the natures OurW rltatulbrid
rough bottom. It has a light souther- of the lands that would be reclaimed and with its dp to t
ly current and has broken through the finds three great classes, consaiting of right sad suspfinc
Srim in several places, forming water sand mixed with humus, which is excel. boughs of the 6Aat. with lost.
courses of which Miami river is the lar- lent for agricultural purposes and not erlag and pendant mos, It to captivate
Sgest. The rocky bottom is often bare, liable to fire an artist.
Sbut generally covered with muck from Secondly, the land consisting of de- *n 0e itthe Party.
a few inches to several feet in depth, composed vegetable matter of a peaty W ------- ----
This muck has been formed from de- nature, very liable to fire and which, 'pMk a lFew swTar.
cayed saw-grass, and would probably when fire once starts, is very difficult to Foley & Ow, C"caleo, origin ated
have been deeper, were it not impreg- ext nguish, as the fire burns down be. Honey and Tar as &thro, and lung I
nated with lime, which rote it even neath the surface and only stops when remedy, and *on account of the great
while under water. A little island of water is reached. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
low elevation on which griw trees and Thirdly, there is the vast territory and Tar ny Imtations are offered for
bushes, is met with occasionally, other- covered with saw grass, and the vege. the gemiae. These worthless imita-
wise saw-grass, often ten feet high is station indicates that the mud is very tionahavalsimilar sounding names. Be-
everywhere and would bar all progress, fertile and when drained and dried, very ware of them. The genuine Foley's
were it not for torturous passages liable to fire, and as the case just pre-. Honey and Tar is in a yellow package
through it. ceding, fire would be hard to extin. Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
While it has been ascertained that guish. It is the best remedy for coughs and
there is fall sufficient to drain off the Then the shrinkage from drainage colds. Sold by all Dealers.
surface water from the Glades, it is must be taken into account, and this i
very doubtful if the interior and north- Mr. Maling estimates at about twenty- Mr. R. F. VanB t improving and
ern parts could ever be drained enough five per cent.Mr. R. P. VanBr improving nd
for agricultural purposes. As soon as we hope will soon be p ani about.
fe water left the muck and the saw- RUINS PkESENT CONDITIONS. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. trieMand are up
roots rotted the soil would settle The lowering of Lake Okeechobee at their old homesteadat present. They
considerably. The inevitable fires four feet would reduce, the area by with Dr. Strickland and wi1e, went to
would burn up the upper stratum of about one-half, making a long basin Spring Hill to attend dllne service held
muck, lowering the elevation still more. etsily affected by climatic changes, and pastor, Rev. W. C. Btrbry, on last Sun-
This would necessitate cutting every to use the engineer's own language, last Sunday.
ditch through the I e I rock. The springs "altogether changing the present ta. Mr. G. T. Brown went to Metcalfe on
would give endless trouble in places, vorable condititions along the East business last Friday.
and where the muck was shallow it Coast." The farmers have begun to haul larf e
would dry up and rot away. Soil corn- The danger from frosts would be quantities of commercial fertilizer from
posed of pure humus is not permanent greater and other similar changes would ZMtcalfe.
in character; when exposed to the air it be made. Mr. A. C. Ely and wife-Northern
soon decays. WORK ALMOST USELESS. people-are boarding with Mr. Hemy
Before settlement could be effected in Experience has taught, according to Hancock, and are qnjoying the huntir x
the drained Glades roads would have to the affiant, that for the successful cul- priveliges of the count around here.
be built. Where these crossed bare tivation of muck lands two things are There is sao extement in th
rock it would have to be smoothed off, necessary, drainage and irrigation. neighbooo" c by the annource-
and over muck plank roads would be If Lake Okeechobee should be lower- ment in the Timea tearprise that ctr
necessary-a very expensive undertak- ed, as contemplated, irrigation by grav- tain parties in Thomasille have apple ed
ing. The place would be disagreeable station would be cut off, and the re- for a charter to build a railroad tr nm
to dwell in on account of the mosquitoes claimed lands would have to be irriga- Thomasvillle to St. Joseph's Bay, Ca,-
that would breed in the pools, and de- ted by pumping engines and levees. houn county, Fla. We hope it will ma-
caying vegetation on every hand --uld In case of fire, which he considers the terialise.
engender malaria. The only one wno most dangerous aspect of the entire If said road should be built on an ap-
would flourish there would be the Semi- scheme, it would be absolutely aeces- proximate straight line it would hit Su-
nole Indian for thickets to which "Lit scary to flood the lands again in order to sins, Grady county, Ga. and be not over
Hell Bay, south of Lake Butler, would extinguish the flames. "A five miles from lamonia, Fla.
be as a parlor floor, would soon sprin TMrs. Robertson and son Wilte were
up and harbor the animals he likes to ABSENCE OF TIMBER. up their old home here bout a week
hunt. The absence of timber on the land, ao. They stayed overnight with Mr.
The State should let the Everglades he says is a drawback to the settlement o.op. VanBrunt.
severely alone, at least until private en. of the Everglades, if reclaimed, as The day for preaching at Spring Hill
terprise has experimented and found there would be neither lumber nor fire- has been changed from the third to the
the project feasible. The effect of woow. Then, tcoo the swampy nature of fourth Sunday in each month and from
draining this re' o would be felt a ht n- the lands would prohibit all wheld morning to afternoon.
dred miles north of it, and, perhaps, transportation. Mear Stringer an d Mauldin, f Cal-
not to the welfare of the dwellers there In conclusion Mr. Maling states that ro, Ga., were over in Thomas county
-Starke Telegraph. owing to the level rature of the Ever- going to Metcalfe and stopping en route
ladies lowering or Lake Okeeclo- with Mr. J. M. Ferrell last Sundt y.
Itch-Rlagwerm. bee or the Glades would be ef- We take this method of calling the
E. T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes fective for drainage purposes at a great- attention of all patriotic 10downers to
E.iT. Lue, Wing, Ko y. writes er distance than four or five miles. the great need of bringing In white im-
April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I The affiant states that he owns no lands mi rants who are sober and ndustrious
hid been afflicted with a malady known in that section that would be affected hon lot liv
as the "itch." The itching was un. by the drainage tax, and that he is an and will buy mrovethe n small lots, liveme
bearable. I had tried for years to find entirely disinterested party. a Improve the me.
relief, havinir tried all remedies I could ARGUMENT n CONCLUODe. dfa
hear of, besides a number of doctors. IARGUMIUT 19 CONCLUDED. Crou
Wish to state that one single application Other affidavits submitted ty counsel Begins with the symptons of a common
oYBallard's Snow Liniment cured me for the plaintiff in the suit. confirm dif- cold; there s chilliness, sneesin, sore
completely and permanently Since ferent opinions of Mr. Maling's affida- throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarse-
then I have used the liniment on two vit, though none of them are as elabor- ness m d, mapedd respireston. Give
separate occasions for ring worm vnd ate and clearly stated as is his. The frequent's doses of Ballard's Hore-
it cured completely. 265, 60c, and $1. above is but a brief summary of Mr. hound yrm "(the child will cry for it)
For sale by all Druggists. Maling's eaoncise statement of the facts and at the first si gnof a croupy cough
_________ in the case as he finds them. apply frequently Ballard's Snow Lini-
The Msia Who Succeed. One affidavit supports the statement meant to the throat. Mrs. A. Viiet.
The Nea Who Sccee o the burning of the lands, and thi. New Castle, Colo., writes March 19.,
The greatest success in life is to .atter is based, not on theory, but on 1902: "I think Ballard's liorehound
L shape our efforts as to continue the conditions actually seen Syrup a wonderfulremedy, and pleasant
eternal progression and uplifting of the The defendants have also put in a to take Sold by all Druggists. *
human racc. A man who rears a fam- vast amount of evidence tending to sup- Wasinto in.. adrs.
ily each member, of which is better port their contentions. Argument was Booker T. Washingtonin addrein
equipped for life's duties than himself concluded before Judge Locke yester- a crowded audience in ew York, on
has won a triumphant success. It mat- day afternoon and the court took the Monday, composed mainly of nerroes,
ters little whether he has amassed questions raised under advisement. urged the necessity of the nero set-
wealth or not. The greatest achieve- Counsel are given until Tuesday to sub- vant being better than the white ser-
m t of hi life is that he has improved mit briefs, vant. He said to the negro: ou owe
umen himself. Southern Farm Maga- it to yourselves and your people in the
in *ion of the ort ern people.
The editor of the Ocalas Banner feels Take Orino Laxative Fruit Surup. It
better now. He feels that his life has sweetens the stomach, aids digestion Members of the family of Court Boni
not been lived in vain. He has reared and acts as a gentle stimulant on the de Castellane have made fresh over-
a family each one of whom he feels is liver and bowels without irritating thee tures to Countess Anna, urging her to
better equipped for life's duties than organs Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup seek only separation instead of a full di-
himself. If an "improvement on one'a cures biliousness and habitual constipa- vorce. They argue the propriety of
sel"r' is the "* test of life's achieve- tion. Does not nauseate or gripe and is this course to her from every point of
mernt" he feels that a crown, brightly mild and pleasant to take. Remember view. The plias are b..sed princibly on

with jewels and diamonds, the name OMmo and refue to a th diagraee that would reult to the
bl be s to his possessions. any substitute. Sold by all Dealers. h ildrea abould their parents be di-
kHarri tn the Banner, -- -^-- -- but it is not thought these will I
Just as the Ocala Banner prone t American mother. The
-A Car* tie Florida Railway Comml as wIrth- s a as his lawyer Maitre
This is to eertify that all druggists leis, that latitatio gets busy, Itn Specalst ia corn-
r authorized to refua3 yer mme ifftM Sesboard Air Us with three Etw
Foq's Homey and Tar fals to cure fiwe r violating the rules. thc s
your er sold. It .tps the oough A=U ea t Limto enlarge the pa-
sults freei s. Oaga rrippe mtoS eeme^r .the aPiiii PML sa. P

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The Fitspatrick Quartette of Swiss
Bell Rsinger* and Compamy printing
the laughable comedy company of "The
Governor's Troubee will be
at the pera house. No t -
ruary l "The de,,oor s *"
is a farc with a plot and mt rut ......
with ear and decision. It Is built for
laugh pro and is as cleans and
edaa 'Te Old Homestead" or
"Way Down East."
The play or playette Is titerspersed
with catchy sugs and music, forming
an evening of rare pleasure.
A hostof bright eeialtie, a feast
of fun, a wealth of humor, plenty of
good musie pretty ong, beautiful
costumes, all combine ad form the
funny comedy, entitled "The Gover.
aor's Troubles."
Reserved eat* on sale at Wight &

A lady from Minehan's Hair Store,
ON Main street, Buffalo, will be at the
Leon Hotel March 12 and 13 to take
erdero and show fine line of drt-clss
Hair Goods, which will be guaranteed
by the Arm.
Lodtes are invited to call for free
sample of Water Color for gray har.
Mr. Johnir" ta iring his rel-
atives and Tallahassee, friends.
MrP. .H. McDowell. of Pittsburg,
amongff hi Tallahassee friends
M Busha Meg nnis entertained the
people s card club Tuesday evet-.
Mr. Clarence Townsend, who spent
several days with his aunt, Mrs. Dr. B.
3. Philbeck, left for his Jacksonville
home again Wednesday.
Jude George P. Raney, Jr., arrived
in the elty yestrday and will spend
few day with relatives and his host of
Tela10ee friends.
Hon. Robert J. Boone, of Marianna,
and Hon. P. H. Odum, of Jacksonville,
were in the city Tuesday attending to
official business before the Supreme
"Mrs. Wigge of the Cabbage Patch"
home talent, under supervision of mem-
bers of the woman's club, will be a
very interesting entertainment at the
Opera house to-night.
See Mr. W. P. Byrd and purchase
some of Jacksonville Development Co's.
lots. A great bargain In real estate,
which will rapidly grow in value. Lots
now very cheap and on the easiest
terms. ee ad.
Mr. Julius Hirehburg returned home
Tuesday after a several days visit to
his mother who had been ill and who
died and was laid to rest last week.
Mr. Hirehburg and his family have the
sympathy of their many Tallahassee
friends in their irreparable loss.
Caelt. W. B. Denham, who was re-
I cently ppointed superintendent of the
Georgia, Florida and Alabama railway,
passed through Tallahassee Monday in
in his private car, making a tour of in-
spection of the road. He was accom-
panied by Mr. W. M. LAgg. the present
Mr. R. A. Houston has let the con-
tract for a two-story concrete building,
brown stone front. Messrs. Baxter &
Irwin, of Manatee, have the contract.
The building will be located next to the
King building, and when completed will
be one of the nicest business houses in
the city.-- DeSoto County News.
A. e Ginsburg, of Tallahasaee, was
In th city Friday of last week inspct-
nl the Key building, which Is soon to
be his headquarters He is very enthu-
sialsti over the future of Quincy, and
.6 states that he expects to hold his own
after placing his unusually attractive
line of goods upon exhibition.- Quincy
At the city election Tuesday the nom-
inees of the primary were elected, as
follows: For mayor, F C. Gilmore, 57
votes; for counlmen-J. D. Cay, 57
votes; S. D. Chittenden, Mvotes. Aaron
Levy, 66 votes; A. C. 8piller, 6 votes;
Joe. A. Edmondion. M4 votes; clerk, A.
H. Williams, 67 votes; city asgesor,
W. H. Ctancey, 68 votes; tax collector,
W. D. WItlon, 67 votes. There were
| votes east and but one Irregular bal-
The Arcadia Champion tremulously
refers to the theory that the drainage
f. of the yverglades may change the cl-
matie aconltmms in South Florlda, and
petitions the fact*: "If there isdaer
In this direction the matter .hou-by
all means be look andInto and if iteems
at all probable that to drain the Ever-
lades would give us a frosty climate
ut know It before It is everlastingly
ltoo toe. Florida, with only a temper-
ate caurate, deprived of tropical fruits
: and made into a simple farming State,
wou eerld ee be worth living n." Be
comforted Fair Champi oni The danger
is not imminent -St. Augustine Record.
The ammbers of Clero Lodge No. 1,
K. of P., met at their CasUtle Hall, in

S this cityMonday evening with a large
number of invited gue;stsand celebrated
the forty. eeond anniversary of the
founding of that excellent fraternal or-
dotr The nxtm was p-WWed over by
Hon R. Hudon Burr, who chanel
lor eoS nae for the pr ent term
S and int g aweedean
a Judge B. ParkhU) and Messrs
S-moettsWt lt. B. L Meun and
Worth W. TElL It wa am ar
L -d e l ga'swere piatilftland aOmost
SmjoyaW"s evema was spent by al
*BBH i wteKmL.

Annie Hartilld, Virg. Atkihon, Bee-
sie Moore, Woodard and Mrs. A.
O. GOddle; Mss.u 0. Atkinson, B.
H. Graves, L.. P. Atlon. J. C. Harts-
field C. C. Graves, Ble Williams, A.
T. Atkinson. J. 0. Hartafeld and
Gwynne Revels; and last, but by no
Smeans least,our two bachelor boys,
SDavid W. Redd"amd P. Hale. Thbes
two boys are young in years, but old in
All returned to their respective hme
in the "wee ema'hou hl p)a1d
dy qomee om y se yar.
a, boy, uat didn't we have a aw
time, nohow?
nBovs Coimum
Ivor $d of OW

To oe n eo f TOm1h m.
You have elected me your mayor. and
to serve you to the best of my ability
will be my aim. There is, however, not
mush the mayor an do, without your
assis1tane, which I to
We med a cleaner city. Will you
bhe me make ft so?
Th sweep in the streets of trash
ad pr M-ld be disecotinued. It is
rft wt be a violation of a city
t very one is respectfully
Ima **some* other dispositionof
Thoee who go to the postoffe for
their mail can help us wonderfully, if
they will carry to their oices envelops
Iadaper wrappers, instead of catter-
&g em along the street, as some do.
Baskets for waste paper, etc., will be
pe the side al t convenient
pots. Ptloe use them.
Those who clean up their yards can
help by not placing the trash in the
If you trim your trees, make some
arragement about moving the limbs
before cutting them off, as they are un-
ihtly in the street.
Be sure and not place any kind of re-
fuse matter in the gutters, as the first
rain carries it to the culverts, which
stop them up, the water then breaks
over into the street, and in some place
renders them Impasable.
While there Is no objection to anyone
leaving at eple'a house adverti ing
matter, the inWiriminate throwing of
circulars, dodgers, theater and circus
advertements into peoples yards and
in the streets 1s a nuisance This will
be regulated.
The ue of the city reserve, on the
line of the S. A. L. railroad, as a dump-
ing ground for all kinds of trash should
be discontinued. The burning of this
trash is very offensive to citizens living
In that vicinity; besides, it is not a very
good advertisement for our city, as it is
In plain view of tourists and others
traveling by this line.
I have named only a few of the most
glaring Irregularities. There are others,
which will be pointed out at the proper
F. C. GILMORE, Mayor.
MissM farhill and Flemlag.
Miss Genevieve Parkhlll, of Tallahas-
se has been appointed sponsor for the
Florida Divishon, United Confederate
Veterans, at the general reunion in new
Orleans In April.
Miss Parkhill has selected as her maid
of honor Miss Elisabeth Legare Flem-
imng. he popular and talented daughter
of Gen. Franes P. Fleming of this city,
and Miss Fleming has consented to ac-
cept the appointment
aioth the section of the division spon-
sor and the maid of honor will meet not
only with the general approval of the
Confederate veterans of Florida, but
with that of all interested in all that
concerns the interests of the veterans
as well. !oth youna ladies are soc!. ty
favorites in their home cities and have
always been closely identified with every
movement that concerns the Southland
and the interests of those who fought
for it during the war between the
States. Times-Union.
Mrs. Jeseph Duncan Dead.
Mrs. Joseph Dunean died at the fam-
ily home in this city yesterday morning
at about 8 o'clock. She had been in Lad
health fora long time, but was not L ,-
fined to her bed until Sund y. and she
rew speedily wor and died yes:e.d.. .
he leave a husband, two young ..u
tera, a sister and a brother, w *o t.u% v a
large number of friends and acquaint-
ances in Tallahase, who sympathize
with them in th their hoar of trouble
and grief.
The funeral will take place this after-
noon from the family residence.
Valentine Party at Ocklecllne.
The entire young folks' social circle
of Ock-eknee an-wered to roll call at
the hoepitable home of Mr. and Mrs. J
A. Woodard of this place Wednesday
The presence of four young ladies of
Saxon added greatly to our psasure.
Miss BeuWOOdard, assisted by Miss
Ruth JI M rseeved in the parlor.
riasostMo g were Indulged in
ustl t W-edard changed the pro*
mnraimmnnimng sppr. The en-
ue I' w -into the din-
taeg -Ml Iy A0. Goddle. Mrs.
0-e~ dl t Mrs. Woodard in
ma Irin8ndi as. The menu was
After reri e hmMts were served we
retired to tiMrlr. were the valen-
tla weuu to the pers to
th e ri vadntino, would
read thet verae # eoltdJed, while the
The young people were
present: Mims Ruth and FralkyJohn.
son. Clifford Sutto Zera Revelts,




Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfction Guaranteed.




Deeuite the fact that expert en-
neer haey declared the plan to dam
the Everglades impracticab and al-
most impossible, and that an Injunction
against the same is now pending in the
United States Court, Governor Brow-
ard is going actively ahead to begin the
tundou project. He now at Fort
Lauderdale looking over the building of
dredges for the work, md deslaresthit
he will push the work of drainage rapid-
ly ahead. Did we believe the Governor
sincere in his efforts the same would be
commendable, but it looks more like an
effort to court and retain favor and
pave the way to something better when
his term as chief executive of the State
shall have expired.-Miami Metropolis.
Itchlad Plles.
If you are acquainted with anyone
troubled with this distressing ailment
you can do him no greater favor than
to tell him to try Chamberlain's Salve.
It gives instant relief. Price 22 cents
per box. Sold by all Druggists. *
The hall over the True Democrat of-
fice has been rented to the "Holinees
Worshippers," who have with them
two young preachers Rev. T. P. Mc-
Call and W. H. McLeod, who are hold-
ing services every afternoon and even-
ing, and are to remain two weeks, per-
hape longer. We now have the dis-
tinction, we guess. of being the only
printing office in the South, which has
divine services being conducted under
the same roof and above us. May they
do much good in the "Master's Vine-
yard. "
Means the ability to do a good day's
work without undue fatigue and to
find life worth living. You cannot have
indigestion ot constipation without its
upsetting the liver and polluting the
blood. Such a condition may be best
and quickest relieved by Herbine the
best liver regulator that the world has
ever known. Mrs. D. W. Smith writes,
April 3, 1902: "I use Herbine, andfind
it the best medicine for constipation
and regulating the liver I ever used."
50c. Sold by all Druggists
Phone Natice.
The Bradfordville telephone line has
been completed and after the first of
March the same will be a toll line.
W. L. MOOR, President.

Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Call and examine our new line of Em-
broideries and laces, just arrived at R.
J. Evans. 48-tf.
Judge John W. Malone was among
his many Tallahassee friends again this
Yesterday was Washington's Birth-
day, and being a National holiday, gov-
ernment offices and the banks were
closed for business.
All accounts placed with the Southern
Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and
Russell Felkel, managers, will receive
prompt attention. 49-4t
Mr. T. B. Byrd wh6 has been sick
for a number of ays, is improving and
was able to be at hi store for a while
A Deputy United States Marshal ar-
rived here from Jacksonville Tuesday
night and arrested J. M. Brock on a
charge of violating the revenue laws in
selling "Hopoleney without a license,
and yesterday took the prisoner to Jack.
sonvllle. It 's ald that there are oth-
ers here selling the same drink without
a government liense. All o them will
be made to pay the penalty if evidence
is secured to convite them. The truth
of the matter Is, the citizens of Live
Oak will not tolerate hop joints or any
other "joint' 'where malt or spirituous
liquors are sold.-Live Oak Democrat.
There were services in all the churches
last Sunday. The Presbyterians were
favored with a special *ong service by
the college choir, which was very much
enjoyed by those who attended. Rev.

i" J. P. S. HOUSTOUN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.

Neat Printing

Cre nte a rood impression among yow
oorrepondents and helps to give yok
business presti

J ** .*-

I p.'. **4. ...~ I

J. [. THI[S.

.I Tallahassee

Geed Sia m lmbe.
dite True Democrat-The bat ma-
terWa in eor comm ity is nase too
good to elest from whba we wish to
eoietast our leg hom With
tht fas t a In .lwrto h r to -
t am aiio Mr.R"uk J.
Bla ao eaf whom ame sM sg us
would feel loth to support for Repre-
sentative from Leon county. is
brtwd-msnda honest and emWaeadet
a good busiss man, faithful to a. de-
toes sad has the respect and oMaee
of tie l.ge majority of our wI. of
both city and country. His eandidcsy,
I am sure, would only eptive;
but if be aea be per to raun be's
a winner; amd well be a winner alo in
having him represent us in the Legio-
lature. Announce yourself, Frank!
Here's one vote. CIVIUAR.
A Ym SrySelvd.
"How to keep off periodical attacks
of billousness and habitual constipation
was a mystery that Dr. K Is New
Life Pll solved for me" write John
N. Pleasant, of Magnola, Ind. The
only pills that are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction to everybody or
money refunded. 25c at all ists.


In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering

Special Bargains.

If you desire bargains in all kinds
of Furniture and House Furnishing
Goods it will pay you to call and look
over our stock of goods before mak-
ing your selection.


lbEbcmebga g ^^^ ^tag d9^^^^*^^^ej>jgjfcgfi



J. D. CAY, 140 &S Adams St.
I carry the choicest livery in
the city.
My teams cannot be duplica-
ted by any stablein Tallahassem.
My Carriages, Phatons, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.

B I nask a liberal share of the
troat f age of the people of Tal-
Lraha and of thoe visiting
iU Bhere. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After tis date I will operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for limielis 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 trial will convince.
In the sales department will always s be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle nurses and mules for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies andharness. Any onelook-
ing ( or either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Come to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con.
vinced. Number of phone 291.
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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-




It's Just



If you will call and examine our Stock of Goods and the Prices, we feel sure that we will be materially
benefitted by your visit. You will be rewarded for your trouble in Getting More Goods of a Dependable
Quality for YOUR DOLLAR than you have been in the habit of getting. We will be rewarded with a new
customer and thereby do more business than we would have otherwise.

One never gets too old or wise to learn new lessons.

Investigate our Stock.

Our Prices and our Spot

Cash Methods.

You will be the wiser.

We are now offering some unusual good bargains in Winter Dress Goods, Men and Boys Suits and


If this finds you in need, call around and investigate.



Middle Florida's Pioneer
Cash Merchants.

LOCAL AND PIRSONAL Miss Bessie Denham, of Savannah,
and Miss Mamie Manning, of Washing-
ton, D. C., are expected to visit their
Tsvo' u wat pa.thy cousin, Mrs. Geo. Lewis, in a few days.
tits r eh # ~ ,, Judge George P. Raney, Jr., is after
Er member fel it ,ham. t the gamblers, and a Tampa newspaper
S- says, "Professional gamblers in Tampa
Mr. J. C. Cover is off on a two weeks will do well to leave early and avoid the
visit northwest. rush."
Judge Maxwell was the guest of Mr. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
and Mrs. Geo. Lewis last week. Dr. S. B. Chapin who holds a respon-
Mr. 5. W. Dickey of Apalachicola is sible position in the Surveyor-Genen-
visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. eral's office in Tallahasee, i spending
T. P. Strickland. a few days with his family in this city.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. His numerous friends are delighted at
Mims Pauline Lavender rode in town the opportunity to again shake hands
yesterday from her home, which is with him.-Gainesville Sun.
about twenty miles distant, on horse- Hon. H. T. Felkel, who has been con-
back. fined home sick for a number of days
Legal rCap Paper, c. per quire at R. is up and about again to the delight of
J. Cap Paper, s. per quire at R. his hosts of friends who missed him
J from his offee, and is pleasant greetEn
We are prepared to take boarders at from his office, and his pleasant greet-
6$5 per week. We are here to do busi. ings on the streets.
nes and we guarantee satisfaction. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Constantine House, W. L. Strickland, Note the change in the advertisement
Manager. of J. &E Theus Furniture Store. They
The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pyth- are offering special inducements in
ias of Florida will meet in annual ses willow chairs, and you can purchase
slon at Palatka March 14th. and a royal anything you wish in furniture or
time is expected. There are upwards housekeepers' supplies from them on
of 100 lodges in the State, and the order the best terms. See them.
Is one of the most prosperous in the For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
country. o Damon. 'Phone No. 198. &5-tf

When in town call at the Constantine
House. We guarantee the best 25c
meal ai. Tallahaasee.
Mr. B. C. Whitfield, wife and child-
ren, have been spendlg this week
pleasantly at Panacea Sprig.
Mrs. J. R. Cohen and Miss Ruby Dia-
mond mare visiting relatives and friends
in Jacksonvillea thi week.
Miss Bersha Meginnis entertained
the Card Club for Mis Lucile Saxon
and herself at Jasamin Inn last Tuesday
I have fifty thoroughbred Leghorn
Hens. Can furnish Eggs for setting at
$1.00. J. M. Forbes. 50-if
Attorney-General Ellis went to Pen.
sacola Sunday to argue the case of Kit-
tle vs. the TlmstUm of the Internal Im-
provement Fund before Judge Swayne
In the United States Court.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Levy Brothers have on exhibition in
front of their store a beautiful sample
of Truitt's "Big Boll Cotton." The
stock is large and literally covered with
cotton. It is claimed this cotton will
produce four bales to the acre with
proper fertilizer and cultivation. Levy
Brothers invite farmers to call and see
it. They will have the seed on sale in
a few days.

Miss Rossie Sauls returned home yes
terday from Callahan, having .omplitsd
her term as plincepal of the graded
school toin that town.
White Oxfords, Jacquard& and Ma
dras for ladies' waists, ete, Just arri-
ved at R. J. Evans. 48-tf.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Mr. J. D. Cay has just received an-
other large lot of extra nice hoses,
which he went and selected himself.
He can suit you with almost any kind
of animal you may wish, and it will pay
you to seea him before you make a pur-
chase. 51-tf
Just think of it! Four thousand men
busy a bene every working day in the
wek building the Key West extension
of the East oast railroad. A conquer-
ing army without bugles to herald it
ad-vance Verily, Mr. Flagler does
grcAt things in a great way.-Live Oak
All accounts placed with the Southern
Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and
Russell Felkel, managers, will receive
prompt attention. 49-4t
If you try a meal at the Constantine
House and you are not satisfied we will
cheerfully refund your money. Con-
stantine House, W. L. Strickland,
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.

Fewer Gallons Wears ager.,,
All aseonta p th
001 tl Age-eWW a
pronpt attentimn.
Owing to the railroad trestle mV
Fisher's Crek being borMed, im
man delay in the tmalaseftMrre
Tuesday. Repairs have b-a n
however, and mow the tmWa on
end of the lin are ra m n as uslt.
The man that does nothing to
his home paper but Is ahrWas r
borrow a opyof It rat nhi i
and sabrb itas contenots Is l
L r;!Li I It a

eta that h l uteis
taste in doing so.-Live Demoer
Something new In Tallahame-
swell Be ameaL Coetentima Hoo
W. L. Strickland Manager.
Leon county's sheriff made a notab
melsure of "blind tUer" contrbm
rood the other day, and Mded up
re elas of violators of the law1
answer for their offenaes.......The A
alachieola Times remarks that *"t
man who pays his debts ranks M gh I
community. Such a man has chaus
I and standing and he is never wth
friends." True, but how lonesome
ist-St. Augustine Record.

You have been wanting Jacksonville Suburban Property-Buy It NOW. "

At $50.





At $50.

The Great Railroad center and Natural Factory Site of Greater Jacksonvlle.

Seven minutes from the City Hall and Bay Street on Magnificent automobile road.

If I had money to Invest anywhere In the
Invest it in Jacksonville Surburban Property.-


States I would

- Henry Watterson.

Jacksonville has been growing rapidly during the past three and four years, and she continues to grow rapidly. As the city grows the suburb
gradually becomes the center and suburban property enhances in value. What is the suburb today will be the center a few years from now. Suburban lots
which sold for $100 four years ago are worth $500 to $800 today. You could be worth a competent fortune had you invested your money in Jacksonville
Real Estate four years ago. The same opportunities exist today. History is repeating itself. If you buy now you will see your property enhance in value
as the days pass.

Grand Park is in the very center of what will some day be the Great Factory Section of Jacksonville. Right at Grand Park the Atlantic and
East Coast Terminal Company is constructing terminal facilities which are to cost nearly a million. Included in this is a large repair shop which will employ
a large force of men. All passenger trains entering the city from the north and west pass Grand Park both coming and going. All freight trains to leave
the city of Jacksonville are to be made up at Grand Park. The lots at Grand Park are being offered at only $50, and on terms within the reach of all $8
down and 25 cents a week will buy one of these lots.

The Jacksonville Development CompaKyy will Positively Increase these values 25 per cent in ninety days from Feb. 15.
Ten per cent of all sales is to be applied to improvements, such as grading streets,
planting shade trees, etc. .

The Sale of these Lots will commence at 9 o'clock on the morning of February 15th.
Positively no Lot Assigned Before that Date.

If it is not

convenient for you to see this property we will be glad to make a selection for you and will assign you the very
best lots unsold when your order is received. Send us the order at once, using the attached blank.

Developmmt Ia ywill
ehrg ereery d" w two OWO PU.
4rno f a lt. I dlN a eium aft-
esiveat l '~se rn to Gstoe t Imetls
thaTbI abefreto the
-. as"

The Jacksonville Development Co.
Jacksonville, Florida.

J. T. BERNARD & SON, Lqcal Agent.
I .TallW nus Florkida.

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JaekmvileY FUa.
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Just 3etag mappy.
bI41h06 p, Isa M s *Win todo;
ona ti t de rather thMa the blue.
m sing. I ho rly In the choosing.
just happy v work and true.
Sgta h em ode lka along;
rbudens ,msad h notA strenaW:
mour own *ky w Ufn. it other skies you
jut being happy with a heart full of song.
.. -Rply D. oauadoe.
r. Chas. Cuthbert of North Caro-
has arrived here to work for T. M.
%on. J. L. Robison Is in Woodville
. D. Levey left today for Aucilla to
church services.
r Singletary of Georgia is spending
time with B. P. Page and family.
e Horton came very near being
by a negro Tuesday night, whom
was trying to arrest, but George
Squick for him and tbean shoot-
t nro who took to the brush.
Tommie says he in a man of him
and so Mary goes back to town
are still having a sweet tirT e with
unelo Ferd Is still dealing in rabbits
may* he will buy all the boys catch.
Ames, tax assessor, was in
llT day on official business.
The Iad of the World
i 0les that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of
qv4r g Is., of all usefulness, came
Be begn taking Electric Bitters.
tes: o years ago Kidney
eau me great suffering,
I would never have survived had
t aken Electric Bitters. They also
ed me of General Debility. Sure
for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
laints, Blood diseases, Headache,
and Weakness or bodily de-
o -Price 60k. Guaranteed by all
glsts. *
~G B0 1 ack to Prison.
rdward Alvares, who some time ago
a rafdoned on condition that he leave
| State and live a better life, return-
to Florlds, violated the conditions of
pardon and has been sent back to
'.; a life sentene.
ot e Call said that the evidence pre-
nusy submitted showed that Alvarez
Sviolated the conditions of his par-
Sand the court would remand him
vares) to the sheriff to be delivered
the State prison authorities to serve
fl At sentence Imposed life impris-
certified copy of the order of the
was received this morning from
Weeks at Starke, showing that
was convicted there March 30,
admsentenced by Judge Call to
ment for life.
a year ago Alvarez was par-
on the promise that he would
after lead a peaceful and sober life.
aUm-mer a petition was sent from
wtey to the Governor that Alvarez
Again there drinking and acting
y. The Governor ordered his rear-
and return to the prison, habeas
proceedings were instituted and
agreement of attorneys and others
acres was allowed nsted ad ofgo nwr to
to leave the State. He agreed
this and went to Fargo, Ga. He
arrested in Jacksonville last Fri-
night a week ago on the charge of
iw concealed weapons andt at-
to shoot Stevens.
teom Attorney Hsrtridge requested
t Jd Dsialynaki, of the Municipal
rtder Alvarez sent to the Circuit
t, which was done, and hence the
i-ngs In the latter court.
I=S In Bradford county, Alvarez
a young man named Hilliard were
rlling in a field where the latter
at work. Samuel Hilliard, the old
r of the young man above men-
approached the quarreling men
t as peaemaker, and Alvarez shot
killed theold man. Aleares then
ad ad was afterwards traced by
E. E. Johns (recently assasMsina-
near Fernandins) to Texas, and
ight back to Bradford county, where
Was convicted and senten'ed. Al-
ewas afterward conditionally par-

faptain William H. Dl)enham, first as-
t to John R. Kenley, third vice-
ident of the Atlantfe ('Coat Line
od, has resigned to accept the po-
iireneral manager of the (,'or-
Oa and Alabama ltailroul. The,
jlItion Is effective March I Mr I
for a number of y,,.rim wet
I superintendent of the h Il 'lnntt
I. Later he was eneriul sue. in
I t of the second ivinion of tIn.
Line, with headquarters tn Sa

Indications mint unmistakaitily t-u
Icrop of candidates for the varoiH
Itions at the disposal of the eheme,
r of Florida at the app roachng pr>-
M, Droughts, flon and fro.t

do their worst, but that crop nv-
ul -nothing short ,of an earth
that engulfed the State and d..
Its identity would hurt It. And
g it shouldbe, for a self-govern-
short of candidates is in a bad
and dry rot on the body politic
amn mke It ready for despotism.
Oak .Democrat.
L. Davis, who has been for a >me
at Inverness editing the Utrus
SChronile, has bought an Inter-
livery businessod N. W.-Pd
will return to "wy. Jeff has
%t T sj1tand anth
Rboi ta i Mm woll in
# of pel'tiS ribbon In.
s *t a g typw.-Taylor Ounty

aigta ogefas, only too at


Of the County Board of Public
TealMl .ae.. ri, 9eb. 1. IN&
To Hon. Henry T. Fkel. Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir--n .ompllane with section hapter 481.
Lawa of Florida. we hweby Ale wits you the fol-
loilnr Hmid flinhnial stma nt of aIl ehool
nmoes rlved, appropriation made and war-
ranMts sed for the month ending the $lst day of
January. A. D. 13e:
1. basnee Isn treasury a per last
statnent -I. $1..1i7
L. Recept for month asItemized
8. Warrants outstandiri this


--- -. ($, L72

Warrants outstanding u per
last report 141.12
Total warrants drawn t h is
m.,nth an itemized herein 3.SM.73
Canh in handsrof treasurer this
date .. 27
-- 3..4r, 72
Tr Hch,,ol. Amt.

Sila Hradihaw W)
)Jra Loper .
Sirl"ence Howell
1I 4ertsiaatlln
SWalter R. CIa 14
S.. Maxweli 14
e Mila Ward 4M
7 Mabel radshaw 7W
i Jonam Iartfleid 210
SAnnie Owei 3
JA. ....G. i2
. D. Whit. 2
SF.. Johnson 2
M. '. ,,Porib 2
sV. W. Ryan 2
SC. Hmith 2
A. W. Fits G(lea 2
J ,F. Frazlr 2
0 Duncan ki
Amanria Parrial r,2
I Addl A. Jackson 3I5
Auausta Kaa 7
|. V, Flotrhr 7
I.. I. I f. ni 175
Virolet I). Gardner 3s
E. ". Hadlley
M. ft. laker 3S
Jennie V. Wright 23
Mamie Williams 7h
( o, W. MeOGrff 2
H. E. Jenkins 2<1
K. A. McrGrff r."
I 1.. Johnon a31
France J. iaker 3w
Maggie4. H arrish
M. A. Whittaker 11
A. H. Bell .
l .mi K. Forui 2
Emrmn J. (;arr 2
illen H. Cr,,martie 71
Harah lraviha fa
'auIline Williams I1
J. Htroman 4.
.. (Clay U,
rannie Hythewodl 83:
lthel M. Forild 1
aura A. I'Patterson 17
Mary I'. Car 29
C. I). Richardson 84
lIttle Child N2
Halli. (. l.ukes 1
A. M. Norman 76
M. A. Iiuncan 6
A. I'. Woodlhrry 419
H. T. Rolbinson 12
Isatal (OnM I
0. G.. Atkinson 73
Fannie Atkinoit 44
Hell* Clay Mr
Annabel Abney 410
Mamle Yellowhair
Mamie Fit*
Ethel Titsworth
J. W. Wideman
C A Keith
(. M. Hrevard
Emma Washburn
Grace E E'ran
Jennie K. Hrevard
Henie (Chair-
(rac Citihb
L. C, gpp>-
Kate Sulvllan
Mattle DaviOe
Mameri Flttill-
Claire kowen
M N. Scott. new building at lA ke
M N. vco.tt, new building at lake
M. N. Hott, new bulkling at lake
K. r. Russell. new bulidins at Pin.
Child Rrm., plans and speifleations.
A. (. ( Oidbody. revlr. Ft. Rraden
D H. Cox Furniture Co.. furniture
BI I. Johnm,n Pub. Co.. apparatus
Mrs. L. I). Walker, rent
I.neoln Academy. Janitor
Iln Aadlemy. janitur
SA -. Well.. fuel
i). F. .Gramllng. transportation of
W, D. Hlotutamire. lnrcidentals for
T. H. Randolph a aon. ineokentalm
for ahn)l
J P. Wilcox. incidentals for whihool
Mumford RussllI. Incidentals for

Total e*X|ndl I for swhoxiol
Elward H i4tpw:.. salary of Sulermn-
J. R. Perkins. cnmmismion of tr.s.-
J. P. Hill. Inrcdentals for wenrd and
W. L. Marshall. icklentahl for lkamni
and uperlntejvent
Callital I'ul. p(.. printing financial
Tutal xapenditurea


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111 20
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LauU3 I

(1O. I. IIAVIN. Chairman.
E: It. EI''.. .Suprintpndent.
To the Public: If you need a gun.
1,,k or bicycle repaired call on Handley
at ti e Conitantine.
'hie Jacksonville Development Co 's
',,Is are selling like hot cakes Judge
lt,,rtnrl's agency are selling quite a ,
hot oif them up here having sold one
d hltiuur.
Mr. John C. Trice came up from
pleasant Panacea and spent two ldaa
the firnt of the week in Tallahassee. It
is thought arrangements will be made
to run a steamer from St. Marks to
Panacea and St. Theresa daily during
the summer season.
Tuesday Mr. Fre' Nims brought to
this office a small aluminum band-which
was taken from the leg of I t
killed at Lament, Jeoerqg sn yb
Mr. W. H. Walker, a drungist. Te
band was marked. "19, V. L. 8., 9,
and the bird was evidently a carrie
pisom tured lerd at eome pMnt wit
i bee thimait It wld retlar-Ln ,

the LnaawMurey as attorney as u
of our pr Bmttvea, I s- t W.
B. Crawford. EI., as oe If
elected, I beeve he wol
would make us a widMe-
sontative, said I, for one, aou m i t
see him elected to that position. That
he would make a salous, attentive Rep-
resentative, and be able to debate quoe-
tions and work for our good, none will
doubt. A FRIEND.
Small Arms Practice.
State of Florlds, Military Dept.,
Office of the Adjutant-General,
Tallahassee, Feb. 14, 1906.
Dear Sir-Special effort is to be made
this year to build up in *.is State an in-
creased interest in rifle shooting, not
only among the Florida State troop
(though that, of course, is greatly to be
desired), but among our citizens gener-
ally. This is a matter which the War
I)epartment is at present giving much
attention, cooperating in every possible
way with the National Rifle Association
and other organizations in securing the
formation of rifle clubs.
There are now being urged before
Cor.greas several measures having for
purpose the ptomptlop of rifle prattle
and it is contemplated by the General
Government to establish well-equipped
ranges at convenient points throughout
the country, so as to admit of general
practice. It is also planned to offer
such trophies and prizes as will stimu-
late greater interest among the pele
in rifle shooting. In the city of New
York this matter has been effectively
taken up in the public high schools, and
through the instrumentality of the Pub-
lic Schools' Athletic League the boys of
that city are being trained for future
marksmen by the use of the "sub-tar-
get gun," an ingenious mechanical con-
trivance for practicing sighting and
aiming with the military r e. If this
plan were universally followed in this
country our people would be as formi-
dable marksmen as the Boers. This
would not only be a military advantage.
but would be the strongest possible ar-

Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster.

Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarantee,
and perform all that is required of us in this line., We also make a specialty of


and as this is a part of the Building Business we ar3 in a position to furnish the latest improved
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.

Print and Prosper!

See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I

Everything New and Up-to-date in Machinery and Type, the Best
Grades in Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who ,
Know Mfow to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.
All Work promptly done when promised. We never disappoint you.


The new Laxative

that dor ot tipe

Pleasant to take.


Phyaldan and
Soimi'esoa. eeoc

Wsmeasses 4Ie eye. Ear aOW No".a specialty.

Offlto to old e4Pkel eI whyDRon
Xam bUss
-- Wo.1Idmtlfl

county. Mr. Hawoe-ek i -oa-g o
,00. H owns a lovely ho
lahasas. opposite the historie at
building; and just beyond the cityum
its, on the east, he owns some 500 aeM
of the best farming land* in Leon eoomnty.
Here he runs a stock farm and dairy,
in addition to other farming interest
Mr. Hancock also owns several toua
acres of timbered lands in Florida!
which are very valuable.-Bainbridgl
To Rest!
A tenant wanted for the newest and
best office room in the city. Call and
look at it, up stairs, over The True
Democrat office.
If you are not satisfied with the last
work done on your gun try Handley, at
the Constantine House.
Mr. C B. McKinnon, a popular young
man of this city, left last week for
Jacksonville to engage in business there.
Mrs. Harry L. Taylor, of Greenville,
is visiting Mrs Joseph Wilson, her
mother, and many Tallahassee friends,
and Mr. wardd W. Wilson and wife
are visiting Mrs. C. B. Gwynn and
other Tallahassee relatives.
When in Tallahassee we wish our
country friends to give us a call and
try our 25c meal. It cant be duplica-
ted in the city. Constantine House,
W. L. Strickland, Manager.

Notice to Creditors.
Henry J. Richardson. deceased. bhviwbee
suggested by the administrator, all pelrms hav-
ing claims against said estate are hereb motaUld
to appear and file the same with theCounty J
of Leon county. Florida, on or before lareb t= ,
CoTaty Judr-L
Tallahapste. Fla., September lot. 1O1g.-lan4lf.

Lti Stomach and Liv

Laxative Fruit Syrup nd

Cream Vermduge




Ballovd-amew Umlmat Co..


Jeff. D. Ferrell,


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

an ex-
% ,


every military organization largely rep-
resented there. Arrangementswl alo
be made for participation by any civil-
ian club which may be formed. All
Florida railroads will be asked to make
a low rate for this occasion and a num-
ber of handsome and valuable trophies,
medals and other prizes will be offered.
It is hoped to make the awards of such
importance and value as to attract com-
petitors and insure the success of the
Your cooperation is solicited in inter-
esting citizens generally in the forma-
tion of rifle clubs, and also in making
the first State rifle competition the suc-
cess which it deserves to be.
Very respectfully,
Adjutant-General of Florida.

Mr. F. M. Brumby moved his
second-hand Furniture Re-
pair Shops t.the r e corner
in the Mas c ndn, n here he is ,
ering bar insn s i h li d
where he ep uns, ks
and most rythi t repair-
ing. Call and a at his new place
ofbusiness. 49-tf
Woodt W di
When yowant wod| up Phone
61 and yo U t that you want.
Will also f0 rni" rp tine kindling
dross, haTng a car lot from the stills.
See Collins if you want Job Printing.

Our experience of 35 years in the Building


(Incoi poiated.)


And Dealers In




and Calh a in trat by the Internal

P" -fM l . .

I seLlo W#41 0'-4-ed.D OSTALL
after whlembi te ew
an, , ,,.m d m e t M--A Mher ---
W am is mmdU 1the 10a-1u11. ttowe efl u -f!nsw g BM.
pr feted by the eeetio of .ter ,
W. K. Melatemb, present. aOd w
Jam. A. dm..M, pressedt po ]*,;@*4*!!*,
The charman the uianeunced d rt it
met of the standing committees at lorida. say other S aL
this ~r, full list of which we sttea. or tforn country.
an n Mea--W. M. Mclntosh ThenaR Ustufr of the biOess Ohel be: To
Ush b. m-W. M. Mc ntosh buy."ll.produeand amanuftursa a MUI& I*-
A. Edmonds, Goo. W. Saxon:, ,esM, .a..
C. Spiller. adme eir of vo kBi. t UtM.
Finace*--Goo.W. saxon, A. c. Spller, de.S^lPtl
A. ]amoI ftur I ay *rt eo or eondity tam se~b
iStreets-D. M. Lowry, J. A. Edmond- artwla's and to do a Maro foundry
business to buy, **IM- and Mortiage
aiAm, Aaron Ledm. n Ids as ted in thesee Florida.r or
S laws and lnancee-J. A. Edmond- Utof ,It,
oM, S. D. Chittenden, Geo. W. SamXo. s or tow orat at', t' o e
L*hts--Aaron Levy, A. C. Spiller, m dtvon: to Manribo for ad phe. elI, or
n ar ldvaces on stocks or srettui oe other
&, U. Jam. corporations whenever to the interest of said eor-
Markets-J. D. Cay, S. C. James, S. portion; to recAirn payment o the Ital stock
D. ChittondenS. C. James, J. D. Cay, cf ? t Sanitatio--S. C. James, J. D. Cay, th tlnlited States, at a Just vauation, to be fixed
Aarn Levy. by the Board of Directors; and to do all things and
Water Works-Aaron Levy, D. M. have all rihts allowed by the laws of ra. ne-
LAwry, S. C. James. essry or to Its int* erestm
Cemetery-S. D. Chittenden, J. D. e espital stock shall be twenty thousand dei.
Ca D. M. Lowry. lars to be divided Into two hudd dhare a one
Fire Department--A. C. Spiller, S. C. hundred dollars each. ton per cent thereof to be
James, D. M. Low subscribed and paid for before the corporation
Buidin -'ryw ^i Saxon, S. D.hll tranmet business All or any VnPrt tLmf
Bulidings-Geo. W. Saxon, S. D. may I ablet in. or ud or a for th pur
i Cttendeni J. D. Cay. ch- ae ippMrty at a hAs values. to b
The first named in each committee is xd the tord of Dretrs at a meetln to bo
the chairman, calld or that purpose.
Sas tThe term for which said corporation shall exist
Showing MAYSpring Hat. @hall be ninety-nine years.
Ready to wear, and ready to trim. v
MISS ADELE OCRARD, Its business shall be conducted by a Prmident,
149 N. Monroe Street. Vice-Presiden Secretary. Treasurer. and Board
S of Directors. hei oes of Secretary and Tras-
urer may be held by the sam e The num-
Watered StocK. ber of Directors may b ehaed bw.laws, btat
atnotuime tobe le than three nor more than nine.
That the talk about the water in rail- The Board of Dircton my appoint other office
road stocks tpo- heavily watered it- or agents, withpow am term, as provided by
i (-Is show report of a Wash- by-law.. The retem dall be *leto by the
om e m stockholder at eah U mer; all o
iin woh hjeurt beshall b-e eietd ibleiy by th UmDtretna
hd e rp ofrt O the Inter- or vacancies suppled by tfia atly t. Annual
tateICommnee Commission fail to back meis of the stockholders l be held on the
up te ild statements which some peo- of the com.nyartuch da t be
pe have been circulating. The last re- By.Lws.. Doctors sha hld adnnimual an
t of that body shows that the gVre. the same day Immedately afte the moalf of
.*At espitaisation of the rail road s innorporatoe n hami the Ta t nw Mr o
s country is twelve and one-half bil- April is, at the oie of the compmap. at Tall
lions of this are only repetitions due to hasse. eleven o'clock A. M. for the purpose of
adopting By-Laws and holdlar tie nrst annal
bookkeeping, as the report shows, so meet*n, ofeetns oiner s *1*ad0t i tIs
that the total is reduced to ten billions organsatxon. Untilthe om ica ted at thes rst
9 t All.l leannual motion shall bo q alied th e buaidne of


up to t
S dollars

for wa
way ho
at a co
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Tf tDms ft S ti im vemir. -
IhMaSs, be my.

h *t w'
da-r ea 1 i -- _a nto earn om

L aes wn y at s a AAmbly sub.
Jest t te, A. L WL.
V.o Ithe Po ow of Lq oaty.

y p & S g u
h omi ~r o p e Wtaentiat ives.-lmbJet
to t a etion of tM D I i ttc PrbiaFYry. ,
To the Democratie Voters of Leon County:

Uv lA coming primbesy MANY FRIE S.
To the P ple of o Couty:
haeb4rft 1a119 asaesstlito for the
La pubmcraNfair.to as thmn
'lOW o ee t lA t otn u well .y od

S l that w l do it faithfully.

To the Democratic Votme ft Lem County:
Hav... doe my vy best to serv you as a
mmto r of the Boar of County ommreir.
during the prsent tom. as a oMedientofte%
of a .b. iWr IMAa. btw dewimed to entor
the Dnocatle Primar fyat re nomination as Con-
mlssioner from Distriet No. I.
Thanking oe and all for their support,
I am repeefuUly. Jou C. MooR.
To the Dmocmtle Voters of Leo County:
I take this method of announcing that I will ih
a candidate before the next Dnemocratic Primanr
for the position of County Coammlselowner for dis-
trlet No.2. of L onmCounty. I pledge m lf. If
eleetsd to work for an economiMcal admintration
of an an of the ownty.
Rspoetfully t. 0. JOHNsmN.
To the Democratic Votes of Laot County:
Havln served two terms s a nmmbr of the
Board f t Coufany dasu s for lose Coumnty.
stteml kstottmofammbtof friends I taM e
this means to announce that I will be a candidate
for re.lctioB froam district No 4, subJect of coure
to the stk of the Dmocrstle primary. Thank-
= &XIaaB for their Oupprt. R4ppetfully.
S-W. 0. STOm uta.
Ihe9y announce myself *anddsto for County
To the Democrati c Voter ofi Loa County:
aying strrmn to s the opop t of Lion
county faithfully and matisfegtorl. at molictatit
ftrm a lnre numbe fr nd ae decided

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The Newest Matetieb
Fancy Work.


149 N. Monroe St.

Us the ledt .h phom
Connectkma can be eve aMo
on the Bouthrn Bo tol U18 t I
Co ticket books sold at a diso
W W. L. Moon, Ma8cg.

See J. D. Cay wh en wiato
a nice hobome or a7yk ovoI I
will give you the best the

A Cup of Whb *e g M or' L
MGM am Java Cabs *
is what goes straight to the heart
every man at breakfast time, ad
one knows that only good groOems
good coffee. We take peqM l s*aq i
our brands, a they have mde e
store famous. hust as goe #A the -R
fee we sell re tea h
holds good throughout our Metire mIW
We seUll nothing but the best of fhe
products-those we have tested we
selves, and so can stand by them. '

I S". saw company shall be coAtieadl hby the following rua bef m t-oomlgPrimay for e-nomlnatk
I, too, one authority who has been ol : Raymond Ca. A. h o befrt sComuninah or no. P n at
i much of this watered stock talk Vice.Preident. W.H R. elty.Secretary. TmhaMnkinrUforfaur t C P M M C n D at N .
rthe cost of construction at $20. Trer u Raymo A.Jones and W. "aotll, .C. Th anskn al r uru.S I A BA R
nile, whereas it sometimes runs Ru eley. Board ofDic e leao rt sr C . A
three or four hundred thousand The highet amount of iadeMdat a to whkh To My May ieus i ta e Demowrae Party of Ml L II
a mile. Competent engineers the corporation shall at any time subject Itself Ao County:
as does even the layman, that WaW be fifty thbouss dolars, I hereby announced mrelf as a candidate ft FOR
l aatiatsfd nt l osilda ri oasc. hool Commissioner from District No. 8 of LFOR
amilewould not build a rail- v county. Thanking you for your past support.
Withhe cost ofconstruction The naesand residences iof the subscri hope to reiv he se in the uture. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA. CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
g far above this figure, the rail- corporator toge r with the amount of capital Respetfully. DAWSON BOATWRIGHT.
of the United States are on the ,O nvi, vlorIa, As e Tas Amee,. PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING- .
re capitalized at only about $560,- Ts ha.. lor a .6 shar. w. H. R Tallahee.M. .b. 10th. 100. 'mI.
le". There'ssn't much room Tahassee. Florida.shares rmWtain To tVotersof L moou tty: TON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
ter n that. One American i! as Treasury stock tobe sokdiby It. ominatonto thofficeofAssoesr of Taxes. ft NEW YORK.--
as Just built sixty miles of road AMOND CAY. Aon county, subject to the Democratic PriaryK. - -
et of $400,000 per mile, so that N. A. Jonoa*. bor your past kindness ad considerate,.,.
D a mile reonmts only one- w. t. tKUaLRY. usnk you very much, and will very gratefully ai -
STATE OF FLORIDA. .catea a re-electon at your hands.
th of the realcost. When real County of LAo.. I WILUAmN o. Au. -HREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
i e taken, it becomes plain that Beore me j. L. Perkins a Notary public of the -F .r.. cr.a ef iler.HR ELW EGAMII ITRMII IN MIL/,
pitaslation is not high but low. state of lorda at are p ,er..al- appeared Ray-
igs coates, where the grovern.- 1 Ca.3A. J as sad W. IL ugeley, to me Tallahassee. Fla.. r eb. 10th. W SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
known to be the pos deseOed n and who To the Democratic Voters of Le County:LIMITED,
uwan or regulates the roads, they signed the foregoin Anst r.ea., and sevesr rer1by respectfully announce that will be ax
Stas from five to ten times acknowledge that they sd it and executed it at for rmintfor the oax SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.
heavily than they are in this for the purposes stated. Coll tar of Leon county, subject to tue action of
In witness wherwof I have bhermeto sot my bmad the ,,i4ratic Primary.
T. The present gre here has a me iwal thi seth ay of raebruary ahnk all my friends for their past fa ors and
aereagsg, imnce it is lower now JNo. I. P amfima many I adnesmrs, and a continuance of thmisr M A a
Noethan twas in 1880. Nary b to of Vorida at L avrs a.u i des will be tl apprciatd MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPM ENT
Si peope have e favoin 8 v-. IMF cotemmio s spires Feb. 10. ISl. Yours. n,'-, .* "*,'a"v A. D8UILLY.
at. regulaUon of rates In this er cam, ieas er. THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled
y beca .e they believe that it In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju- To the Democratic Voters Leon County: train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
prevent the railroads fromp ay- dlicial t.Gircuit of Florida, in and 1w I hereby announe, myist ase a eandidat, forpoli
i sonovr.capta tion. Lun County-in Chancery. tl hcn my. i*to Car. Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation
* figures show that there is no A. Hn. Mo. Complainant. vs. A.K. Manni as thank the voters of Lon county for their past tot- Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
pitalisation in this country, and aiminsiraser a tueestate oachavs P. dial sup fll EARLJ P.st KdSJ.
illroads in foreign countries, 6eeaseMd, ad -SS W Db~Jah -. York. via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. ni. and Jack.
the government regulates them, avHa A. vr.,. A.J ..Ga re Cea.r.sestoal Aaa bM ww.t, sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
ach more heavily capitalized than and thete of 'thumasru.m a corporate I hereby announce that I am a candidate for
re here. Freight rates are from dr the laws of the State o* a JSI. I- f i te igreidal Ditri of
three times higher too. o, that si tateamtnt ntI thpab o M I Ad I shall. If V I
pt of the m4 are that "v* un ea amv sea so in tis ttiwor e o va ,r 1.
Jregula=k iemu evethot that4hO N LY L I N E
ht relations Where it, rtd e aee toha anelt tnhWl t the def 19t4.iNor the ampeerment of the
has meant higmer capitil toln ,,,- .~ r r.o-s t erOwr*dv.o .f th Sou t's Operating Daily Through Sleepers from ksonville
mtile on the average Is a very low oueA es sathe, to have fr to New Orleans.
lization for car raeds, and yet it &Jo $& the et eofh mshed thuhou r theerlt. to New Orleans.
flfure at whteh they stand ioday, ant, a ~vw, t. a u te r of Ma. mo a r o hav a thoroug s **oki- ,-
t is a hyh ipeitMt to mf c Uera *t t ro msenIce# l aw Isounty of this district for
rooma Forwat.* dendvn -rharm h vs. I wor w for there proer adortiemen For full infoffatiyn and sleeper rese rations C A ohl any
S Davis and ma jeurgsesia. as iuis the c of the Statei It resources, and encourage the
fr i "==Jo 1 W t i-is,,is '"Isall. woSek Fp sonn an Seaboard Agent or write
I Circuit of a, in and fori ty oi Tyau. toof,, r ,, ow es msatatofthe Union In
County (e w beneWf4.i l "th Weie t,&,e- A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
IJSo'tr a (. mi l.'""' i5' up" b i Iu 'w .. n ,. Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. PMassenger Agent.
m", basic .a. the_ wa^th." .."t."..iad JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
salad of the world, in order tht the farmers of
O re .M ta m te Sa a dy mart father n.
goen tho ae and rthtiuoly under tona a prduc at tayltrien. and that
other that der be bld the a of twty ears. a te defeat. the M t d an outlet for hi ur.
W.-fr(our-d s" W T1110 Ol GI"Mo.vi a owpacW tepl sWytish t- pluofeameam a trdpdc.-h ( F GEORGIA FLORIDA & ALANAMA RY
tty. .oItIis a theeUpon or 011f .gt t d "*s r e peet ft work for fitowe d
e" rTyhe T.rae, Clark or. adt Caeowt n t ~ amt ttsse efassn rn DOb Jarrusym D. YaAmgans.t
Wa trf. this I day ofatFbruary. Dkev Lasn"mm W. >yKe, raffl .laPhare & yb
afaUsT T. r c L i Ke wn fo-ee ale. Schedule EMOWtive November ls# |190.
04T C". eachof_____
A do th daya0 Ng AD J0Y VIRTUE OF A DECRCE
giyTt o,,0..u. wonderd on the l.th day of .
a x. .... ..t...t...ord er.eupu b
ClCC oCo.. ILyTrMbaOMe a newspaper Jun A. D. CMu r eiCrt the Se. North Bound.
,Tl. ,spa. s a ,wee k .. AM ri.a.. dIf t. Lv, Tel,. 0. V. A ....... ... ..... .... A..
gar four nssctl week&. s.O ittlag.isa Ar lake Jaestn.O.IF. &A. .... Sadp :.
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Furniture Pricei

We set the pace in

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able to undersell all competitors.


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Sconomy Fence I
!If e attend to do Veoe.
metw in pay v. to me
I am n*l Ajrt for
the sl tof Econ&omy
alm. know It to b

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Can be built for 19" than
Ifseoa a Rod.
William Roberts,
M. ALI 4NT.,

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She US e Tegs.
Society women in New York city are
now agitated over the dangers from mi-
crobes, and Mrs. William W. Sherman,
of that city. according to a dispatch,
has gone to extremes in her precautions
to ward off infection.
She declines to use any but the most
expensive distilled water for her bath,
Slept she be made ill by the germs in
Croton water.
She carried a novel pair of lattice
work extension tongs, so as to obviate
the necessity of picking up things with
her fingers. She will not (ouch a letter
that comes through the mail until it has
been removed from the envelope by her
Not nly does Mrs. Sherman fo'ow
thee rules, but she Insists that her two
beautiful daughters, Irene and Mildred,
who made their debut this winter, be
governed by them. Mrs. Sherman has
nade many converts among her Mfrends
to her anti-microbe vigilance society.
oil TOVV WORMK fuel sviig* More tM half mankind xt
P and team es o M V o 11"' dr I;
no matter what you pay. As fo of MFte 3 s t
fou, ask you to call and satisfy atdanmu ad low r'se Kh n
d Jewels. hould mb taken at the A s -
fer, as it e "rrets rr Uarti 4 SS
SDealer ia nLht and Heavy cured many old Men of dl .
SHardware, Pants n bIar.s. MrRod .. t,
.. nd after M two bettle"elP
LA N A R K for twenty yea.m ahhm I n new 9I1
ON ThIE GuL. year ol" 1Sol d, a D
as an Ideal Huntes' Re car t be Tbe Wn - --
surpassed. 4 miles south of *dOMrs. ,
TalMlasee. oMam the ctet" Q, ,
gkA-^Iy local %am 1*hmaW .
borge. ?Iorida & Alabama wise-awhI
KdOwly. Comm 014 we tAe Caeof MNaay
(I.. T. & R.F e" M sI.aes.
WkbbmNew Wehim s a' A. Phy met6aw e ganeda" atese.
Hunting Grounds. :..rfasm Ct it
In theSouth: 4ual' Wild Duck ang cgsold "amidbe av. b VA bflo
Turkev, Sear and Deer Plentiful. danu osmtwold ever be
Train stop at beard of. v emwe knows that
LANARK INN u- ,'and m
Modern Well 1ped otelsteamV an d all trtrouble are
Heated. e front ain ravte anere series
mediately on te Gulf. Every faselty seaeh fre& hj Do et | y
afforded for flhinu In Gul aters. Ufe or take we vom
White Sulphur T maon an elo rtuod. '
GroundwthHeate Swimming L 2
RMUTript via 0. F. & myA. y.
aew.ftn April Sfth.

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