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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: March 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TALLIAHtASSiR, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1906.


NO. 4.


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


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.s me phenomenon is likel meant hat such a project would drain office building here. timonous devil at its head now hiding "Atlanta now has a fair lady urder-
a . the nt of any attempt the Stte treasury more rapidly than Jacksonville," said Professor John- out from law. could never have grown
the Everglades s Evglade. on i. is to be congratulated on having o great, but for rebate,. Thereana u te 5.h kilet t erW sist th e da
dri the verg~. m"I my be mitaken about all this, .uce a fine government building. evi. We of the South have cause to be esutse the h ltter was on too te
rasmls I&vArr.ATaot.MUS. but when I am convinced that I am know of no city with more beautifalad suspicious of a rate-making or any other termn with the husband of the er
"'Iquceassful drainage of the large wrong I will ily admit my error in permanent building for the adminitra- scheme that emanate from the W U Atlanta rer.yds he as a e_ eo and.
takes *South Florida and the marshes judgment looks like a common o of local affairs. Your cit hall House. A aver danger still is the und1ouOdy she had m nation.
urrnding them U prsts features in seo swamae amount makes as New Yorkers feel just a little rapid centralization of power. Demo*- But erhap it might have in bet-
e the t emo complex of money .req uiredfor behind the times when compand with crata should place no trust in, nor form taste to have plugged the gilty
oalvk and wouldgtar the xm at th e be pent our old colonial structures."-Time any alliance with, the man with the husband.
Mf and knowledgeof the most kr the iM of agriultural Union. bis atick.-Levy Timee Democrat. See Collins if you w t Job Printfng.


TrU TIDEdcompte t engineers in the United FO P IrTY reward for private obligation, is not LEARN I OW
states. Me1 e sufaes. indl-ti and .... .. true to his trust and worse than a thief.
EVERGLADES the simple coidertion of grade and IN POUTICS. The negative honest mawho lok on TO FPOKGET
Stch do not alone supply adequate data and sees the treasury plundered and
for the foundation of the successful con- -- - does not interfere for fear of injuring - -
SOf Lai" LNosla-GrOa3 summation of the drainage work. An to ts is anA iterWithSM OIr
em a~d 1 1obmeArise--Iage""The systemautic amiag o official and ought to be labelled and not
el Shecflatta. erglades cannot well be undertaken with S uew._Ln t.lor. voted for-he is more dangerous thn Ad a Logical P .
Of all the afdavite that have been hope of ultimate success without da blih It. the thief. Vote for men o stern qual- The Live Oak Democrat says it i
ledt securing a most complete and ex- Hon. J. A. Bryan writes the follow- cities, aggressively honest men. We and so are we, indebted to its esteemed
filed in the suit arising from Governor haustive survey and geological exami- ing communication for the Tampa have plenty of them; they are not look- contemporary, the St. Petersburg Inde.
Broward's schefne of draining the Ever- nation, by competent engineers, of the Times, of March 16th. It is so full f ing for office, but they should be induced pendent, a recently established paper
glades and the imposition of the special entire drainage district. pertinent matters of general interest to accept. in Florida, for an editorial so full of
tax imposed therefore, none is clearer BASED ON SECULATION. pertinent matters of general interest, Anoter great cause for this condition sound philosophy, true wisdom, horse
nor of greater interest than that of Mr. "It is well known that no such survey we publish it for the benefit of our is that the builders of the public con- sense and genuine religion that it is
os i hn comprehensive examination has ever readers. science have been negligent of their good enough to have come from the besi
J. Hobard Fgbert, of Washington, D. been made. It is the opinion of many Please allow me through your paper duty, they .have been lukewarm, and of the old philosophers, with this ad.
C., an official of the United States experts who have studied the problems to say a few words for a common cause not aggressive enough. The public con- vantage-that it has none of the musty
Coast and Geodetic Survey. that the successful drainage of the Ev- in which we are all interested, stem science is the most important factor in flavor of out-and-dried wisdom, yellow
Mr. Egbert is an entirely disinterest- erglades is an impractical project, and and aggressive integrity in the admin- our government. Our court houses, city with age and "hard to take," and is pe-
ed party. In no way willhe be effected in the absenceof scientific and accurate istration of the affairs of our city, without it. Everyindivesid are rayzpard cularly applicable to this day and gen
by the drainage or non-drainage of this information of the exact condition of county and State. There was never a without t. very individual as a prt ration right herein Live Oak and every
vast tract He spoke with the author- this portion of Florida, any attempts to time in the history of our country when where else It is the best kind of a lay
it of an expert, an expert whose whole solve the drainage problem of this un- there was such a demand for stern ag- portant structure, and each individual sermon, and if we would only make it a
is a workman. None of us can escale vital part of our daily lives we would
life has been devoted to the study and known territory can only be based upon gressive integrity. I do not believe this resp workman. None of up can esoplecallpe vital part of our daily liveof waiving would
solution of such problems -s is this. speculation. that the people of our country are an thiscepion.ibilityer-some people call itgen- andll the frictions which rasp and a brai
Yet he states that the Everglades, be- "Affiant further says that he is now more dishonest than they were a hunY- aplwa onion. here seems nown en- and the frictions which rasp and afraid
cause of "insurmountable obstacles" in charge of an expedition sent out by red years ago, or worse than the aver- eralawanening of the public conscience us until we bleed in the struggle for ex
cannot be successfully drained. He the United States Coast and Geodetic ase people of other countries. We a demand for cleaner things, aggressive istence would largely disappear. Read
maintains that the water, even if once Survey to make a magnetic survey and soul be the best people on earth, our ity A spirit of investigation it tomorrow in yor homes when all the
removed, would return regain, and bases general reconnoissanceof the interior of advantages and environment are th seems to prevail in our whole country. calm, forgiving influences of a restful
this opinion upon an actual incident that southern Florida, including the drainage best, our progress, civilization and Let us not in this neck of the w s Sabbath are u on you and take its les
occurred in Florida. district, and that upon his return from wealth are the greatest; our education- fablic conscience needs strenthenin, for our son with you Monday morning when you
This affidavit, because of its clear- the Everglades he hopes to be in pos- al facilities are equal to any on earth. onsiene needs strengthening. being again the grind of life Here
nes and its unusual interest, is given session of more absolute knowledge of Our government if properly administer pet our lders take couraro; let the it i: y
full in the Times-Union this morning. the natural conditions which now seem ed is the best in my opinion. Under all press and ulpit frame large and strong; "There is a wide and deep philosophy
It reads as follows: to stand as insurmountable obstacles to of these circumstances we should pro- don't be a raid of infringing on private contained in that phraseology of the
nthe drainage of the Everglades and the duce the best people on earth. Whydo interests, or drawing off the patronage; street -'Forget it.' It is as important
RESES TO BE DRAINED. the drainage of the Everglades and the duce the best people on earth. Why do emajortopeoplewanttings
REFURES TO BE DRAINED. surrounding region, we read so much in every paper we pick the majority of people want things to forget as it is to remember.. One is
"The affiant has made several visits up about graft and dishonesty in high done the right way, so hammer strong as important. as difficult as the other.
to the southern part of Florida included DRAINAGE SCHEME IS IMPRACTICABLE. places, from people who have no need on that line; the people will follow and Hoth must be cultivated. It is impossi-
in the drainage district established un- Professor W. G. Johnson, editor of to be dishonest, except to satisfy their ou can find lots of willing hand to bh o to becomean optimist without learn-
der the ect of 1905, and has made an ex- the American Ag culturist and part greed for money and more money? I ep build this structure, ing how to forget. Disagreeable things
amination of that territory owner of the Scientific Experiment attribute it to several reasons; first, the I do not desire to be understood as are hound to happen and one must train
"From his own observations in the Farm near Palatka, is a guest of the great ambition of our people to excel tryilngtoget upa reform movement, for ones self to wipe them off the mind as
region in question, and from an exhaus- Duval Hotel. each other, we teach it in our schools that is the weapon of too many smooth the boy wipes the figures from his slate.
tive study of the observations and per- Prof. Johnson has been making a tour our business houses associated with politicians to cover up their graft or to Having erased the ugly memories, it is
sonal investigations of other experts, of Florida studying diseases of lettuce greed for money in the minds of most get in office. I only want to call the easier to write the pleasant things on
he is of the opinion that this territory and other vegetab es and while travel- our business men fully occupies them to attentionofthose that are already re- the slate of the memory. The Indian,
is already provided with efficient aen- ing through the State visited the Dade such an extent that they have no time atrmed to thc duty thay owe to the for instance never forgets a slight or
Ames of conveying surface waters to low- County Fair, where he delivered a very to attend to matters of public interest of city county and State. Don't an injury le will wait a life time to
er levels, and that said territory, es- interesting address. or to accept office, or even attend re- trade your influence, your vote for any get even. Life is too short to be an In-
pecially in the Evergladespositively re- In speaking at the fair about the Ever- ligious services. God help our coming private interest; use t fr the best in- dian. The man who considers himself
fuse to be drained. glade drainage proposition, Professor generation if our wives, mothers an terest of your cit. your county, yur a nemesis, who treasures up a wrong,
"Leading out from the Everglades ohn-on said: sisters did not urge the Christian s irit State; use it for a better administration who nurses an injury, who lets ignoble
with more or less directness to the sea, .The Dade County Fair was an eve. and keep it alive in our homes. Mat- of public affairs. A majority of people deeds fester in his heart, cannot be a
are large natural waterways, capable opener. The East ast of Florida as terms of tate and municipalities are too wat cleaner politics, honest adminis- happy man. His soul is like a crouched
of draining the Everladea basin. The not yet unfolded her real beauties and often left to men who are failures as trn of pulic funds. It is in our tiger, ready to spring upon the victim
directcurrentof the Stark river through the marvelous development of the fruit business men and go to litics for a hands why cannot we have the best? of his wrath Learn how to forget! If
outlet of the Everglades can be fol- and vegetable industries,which are onl livelihood, man o whom are negative- Let us not be atisfiedwith less. If we it is easier for you to put on record in
wed through almost the entire Ever- intheir infancy. Ipredid a rapid delay honest men, ut not aggressive they a our holders to the wheel we our memory personal grievances and to
gladesrbasinandallrphesedrie wilhave nhnd K h ,
ade brain and all these rivers and velment of tis favored section are content to attend to their jobs and an ones victory, or thieve u an ugly feeling, it is because you
streams provide a natural drainage in- "The extension of the Florida East not trouble about what others are do- are great cowards. "The wicked fleet have chosen to do so. If you hoard up
to the ocean. Coast railway is going to open up still ing. They are accommodating and try when no man pursueth." A strongin your mind the unhappy episodes of
18 A TIDE THERE. greater possibilities along horticultural not to offend as they want to be re- public conscience helps to make weak life it is because you have formed the
"He further declares that a belief lines and no man can now forecast elected and hold their jobs. Such men officials do their full utmy. habit of doing so. To persist in that
long entertained by certain observers what the future has in store for South- are easy victims of the shrewd rafterr. tI dreto contribute my mite toward habit of mindwir l make you miserable
of repute, that subterranean channels east Florida. and to other influences that lead to the construction of this most important and a confirmed grouch. There is noth-
structure, Public Conscience. ing noble in such a disposition to re-
convey water to the Everglades from EVERCDLADE DRAINAGE, fraud. Corporations find such men easy member. Learn to forget. Let go the
distant point, has received additional ,I d, not knw te dais. of te to get through such legislation as they memeinspiring.ea the depressing and weak-gothe
.mont '.has sre eiv dit i"" deIsotDEA aii of t want regardless of the right othet al gen- sewpper Progrn uninspiring, the depretsin- and weak-
confirmation e wemonstration thatve scheme to drain the Everglades, but in eralpublic. A criminal uses such men Newspapers grow better in their ening grievance Hold on to the mem-
hlades a dennite aners ofeptible rise my option it is impractical. You might to escape punishment, and for this cause character and their influence This fact ories that cheer and brighten. There
andes fall, in fact a tnd perceptible rise as well try to drain the Great Lakes by we have a lax administration of our may lately have been obscured by the is not room for both. Wipe out the re-
and fall, in fact, a true tide. se of cutting another St. Lawrence river to laws, a feeble resistance to aggressive amount of criticism, most of it just, sentiments. Write in the place of your
viewing the problem impartrr that theocean grafters, objectionable laws put on oui that has been passed upon certain evils hatred the things that are pure andjust
thviewing ter ritory could be successfull that "I do not believe that any number of statute books for the benefit of private in the press Papers are proper sub- and lovely an of good report. Has
drthis territisxtory could be successfully outlets from the Everglades will reduce interest, evasion of the laws are dead jects of criticism, like gas companies, someone treated you illy or put a slight
draned, it is extremely doubtfulwheh- the constant volume of water entering easy by strong and aggressive trust- insurance companies, politics or oil upon you? Forget it. Do not let it
erb e nt inndation by heavy rain- them. I concede that such drains may and corporation with a f the machinery trusts, and we have been among those spoil your happiness. It is a trifle, light
fal could be prevented, lower the present level and expose a of the government in the hands of the to be as frank about our own profession as air. 'Scorn to be scorned by one
LAKE IAMOMIA INCIDENT. narrow rim of muck lands, but their negative honest man. I am speaking as about any other. The truth remains whom I scorn.' Is that a matter to
"In illustration of the existence and real value for trucking and fruit grow- generally. Of course there are excep. that the American newspapers to-day make me fret? Is that a matter to
effect of subterranean water sources, ing would be questionable even then. tions. and the exceptions are not raie. have more power and use it for better cause regret? Let no mean thing ruffle
let us take the case of Lake lamonia, "The bulk of the lands that were re- We havedrifted in this direction until ends than at any previous time. The the serenity of your soul. Forget it.
in West Florida, not far from Tallahas- deemed by the drainage of Lake To- the condition, to say the least, is de-. permanence and reality of this gain de-
see. It had long been considered that hopekalga, in Central Florida, a few plorable if not alarming. The shrewd pend on us The newspapers influence A Fair and Just Deal.
if the marshes which constitute the years ago, are still unavailable for ag- grafter who goes into politics finds it us, but we also influence them. They Among the most important offices to
principal part of this lake could be ricultural purposes. I do not mean to easy to divert public funds and have are the air which every day we tak be filled in the approaching primary
drained, some of the finest rice and su- say that these great deposits of muck them distributed in such a manner as to i ito our systems, but also they are a and election will be that of a Represen-
gar lands in the country could be se. and peat will not become available for give him an indirect benefit, if not a di product of ourselves. They will tative to the State Legislature. It to
cured for cultivation. This lake is on trucking crops and fruits some day, but rect one. In many instances the object grow better if we giow better: Money an office that should be occupied by a
comparatively high ground, and there up to the present time their value is for which money has been appropriated will tempt them less if it becomes less man possessing nrore than the average
was no apparent obstacle to prevent the questionable and thousands of acres are receives a small per cent of the total of a power with all of us. Success will ability of a clerk, Lusiness man, or pro-
complete reclamation of the coveted as useless as if covered with water, amount appropriated. We would not be less exclusively their standard if we fessional man.
lands. The conditions in the Everglades have to go far from home to find an in- all are guided by a brighter star. We Such a man should possess the highest
are, perhaps, herdly comparable with stance of that kind. After all political are trying to make political standards personality I possible, for much deports
"Some years ago the waters of this those around Lake Tohopekaliga, but in debts are paid, all friends taken care of, nobler. We are trying to re nove cor. upon the appearance, conduct and abil
la-ke receed, and naturally wave to ag- my opinion they are of a more complex all rebates and commissions are paid, eruption from the great business enter- ity of making and retaining friends.
rieulture a wonderfully fertile land that character. The Everglades contain the the county or the city has but little left prises that affect the welfare of us all. tee should be a man well versed in per-
had been for centuries a waste of deposits of centuries. The formation What is everybody'sbusiness no one at- At present the wave of exposure seems limentary law and rules, and should be
marshes, and the habitat of fish and under the Everglades is covered largely tends to, and we drift in the same di- to accompany a genuine moral uplift, fully acquainted in a general manner
alliators. by waters deposited there by immense reaction. The responsibility rects upon if it is real, if the whole tone of our so- with conditions that will arise and con-
"The State was not slow to profit by subterranean streams or rivers which every citizen; we must not only realize city is being raised, then this belief in front him during his term of office, or
the fortunate turn of tide. A reason- probably find their underground chan- that he who diverts a penny rom the better newspapers will be justified. If the time that the Legislature is in ses-
able length of time was allowed to pass nels in the limestone through which it is object it was appropriated or and be- there is no genuine improvement in our "ion, and love all he should be a man
in order to see if the recession of the known that large subterranean rivers comes in any way a beneficiary, is a hearts, if toe outbreak of exposure is clearly conscious of his duties, who will
water wa not a mere local disturbance opinion of some thief. He that nes public office to pro- only an epidemic, then, of course, this accept and treat the office as a trust
-an ephemeral metamorphosis in the "It is the opinion of some ologists mote his private Interaest for future apparent step forward of the resa will not his, but of the people. He sh(.uld
landscape-and then the reclaimed land that the source of water suppmlng the oeae, or any wa to his advantage to prove illusive also. We are glad to be be man abhve reproach, and one that
was staked out and sold to prospective great geysers of Colorado is the same the detriment of the bile for which among those who believe in its reality. will do his duty as he sees and believes
millionaires in due and legal form. that supplies the Everglades. There his office was Intende, is a thief He -Collier's Weekly. it at any and all times. -Miami Metrop-
WATERS RETURNED AGAIN. are sound reasons for such an hypothe, that holds eat inducements to an official --~ -- al ,.
"This all happened within recent A DOUBTFUL QUTION to evde the law for his benefit is ju-.: Sl^ lOsh UW
Years, yet today Lake lamonia is as it e BTe EuaToN. s guilty. He that pay his political Di'orders of the stomach produce a Wat It em Satarday.
was in the days of the settlement of Whether the Everglades can be debts with public funds by appointing nervous condition and often prevent Medart. Fla March 15
the State of Forida, and has reverted drained is a doubtful question Let us incompetent men to public office as a sleep. Chamberlain's Stomach and Mr. John G. Collmins, Tallahassee. Ed.
tois original condition assume they can. then what? Aside ... .. Liver Tablets stimulate the dig stlive True Democrat: Dear Sir I enclose
tw from t border of r nuck around the in al pt o t .t..t ... organs, restore the a system toa healthy $2.00, one for the past and one for the
cla e niti unswvede teiner tah rhe t edes, we would reasonably expect to would have a ar-reaching et u. n condition and make sleep possible For future. Kindly acknowledge and oblige.
ofitn wa ceermied te re a deporton of area snw covered the permanent and substantial dev sale by all Druggists. Trouble is cannot get p wr sn
ot.hyete r aduh ment of this wonderful State. eog!The bane of this country is not higt generally get it the next Tues dy. Try
d tiohet thns faor rteainmsprove elof "Such sand would have a questionable PRAISED PUBLIC B;IIDINGR. freight rates, but unjust discrimini- to get better service if you can. Want
reclaimed land been completed than agricultural value; but what is to be- I n talking over other subjects, Pro. tions which operate against one commu- it on Saturday the day after it is print-
teoths lakeretured to theircome of that eternal flow of water from fessor Johnson stated that he came up nity and in favor of another, and the ed. Tours tru y,
te waters of this lake returned their these underground rivers? They can- on the train yest,,rd.iy morning from secret rebates which make competition G. .
tors inhabit the er4twhile rice and cane not be stop up as easly as the mouth ; Miami with Mr. D. T. Ge row, who cor- impossible and build up gigantic trusts. We secod th f lon by
to ina bi terthlr.St. Johns river.. It is mr judg- dially showed him about the new post- The Standard Oil Octopus, with it sane- .^ .. _, . .


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
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Tallahassee, Friday, March 23, 1906.

Saturday's St. Augustine Record was
printed in green in honor of St. Pat-
rick's Day. .


BUILDING COUNTY TA= MOA .
During the seuion of the Florida Leg-
islature in 1908, a general law was
passed, Chapter 6246, which was ap-
proved by then Governor William Sher-
man Jennings on June 8th, and the 4th
and last section of that Act put it into
effect immediately upon it. passage, but
from that moment it seems to have
been treated with utter contempt, by
Jennings first, and then by all others
whose sworn duty it was to see that
the provisions of all laws are carried
out to the letter. It is a law providing
that the monies of the Internal Im-
provement Fund shall go into the State
treasury and be apportioned to the sev-
eral counties of the State of Florida, to
build good roads the thing of a great
beneficial and public nature more sore-
ly needed in Florida, perhaps, than any-
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HAmS CUL ULRIMflW.
"Man that is born of woman" is a
beterogeneMs conglomeration of incon-
siatende-so to speak and as it were.
This s his speeialty in characteristics
In all the various walks of lfe, and
doubtless he can be readily identified by
the same in the great hereafter round-
up, whether strumming a harp or pranc-
ing in hot ashes, he is quite likely to re-
main, more or ltes, a bundle of contra-
dictions.
But there certainly ought to be a lim-
it to contradictory capers, especially
where our giants of political economy
are concerned. Why should an astute
political General, gifted with all the
necessary mental endowment to should-
er his way to high authority and seat
himself in the chair of chief executive
of a mighty State, let the glib tongue
,.#V is In d r-


Read the article headed "P'urity in thing else. JUSt wny jovernur .en- of01 small-iry politicians. wayv s juug-
I'olitics" on our first page It is full nings, whose Papa Mann, about that ment? Allow little attorneys-at-law of
of truth and we hope' will help to put time, was making so much fuss all over quarter section celebrity to muddy the
our whole. people, tio thinking and actirn the country in behalf of good roads, did waters of his under' standing.
aloni those' lines not see that the provisions of the law But, strange to, relate, just such a
e .k were' carried into effect, is perhaps best specimen of legal fraternity performed
We, acknowledge re',ipt of, and re- kn,,wn to the ex-governor, but it hay, this dextrous feat by approaching the
turn thanks to Se.cretary i I. I),odd. Len said he. was intstrume'ntal in hav- said exe,.(utive seit, lo,.ded with direful
for a parmphlet copy of the Inmocri rat irlg the' law passed"I to over-shadlow the information, and urnb.rthen:i himself of
ic platform, al, .etc goverrn r the ti lon of t he b,,ard, of which he was the harrowing details of how a certain
coming primary electi,,r the, h,;ald, to stop talk and perhaps itr- di.tri'etattorney i wickedly, feloniously
Shakespe'are said: 'I ,. hard' r v.-tigat ion in connection with saleh f of dt rilict in duty, allowing wilful trarns-
mattched, the gre.iter vi't,,ry It is Intrnrreal Irnproi verni'rt l;tand at the. rid- 're.,, rs of law to' ramidle un.4hackledin
enough to stit the ,. ',,Id il be able, in ,culously low pl ice's 7.'7 and3 : cents an! the fields of sin, at perfect liberty to
the face' f ia'ggres Hivc ve or,..et nion, tl ac'r'. ttrnil nidmay hbe for oth,'r reasons, -rl I tran-gress some more.r
still fill y'our st<,re v ),, ,U yi e <,.' *h..t iI .'. a s ir-te'r inter,al.'d that the TI he ce'lebrrat'd lawyer's words carry
day of bhe' wee'k it I i rn a.iverti-iil m n f, y should goa to the ,.u terM f/r conviction, for to the Gubernatorial
victory. ..,.,,,i/ I,li,/u ,!, but that i., 1, ly mirn 's mind corrborary testirnony is not need-
f'or sale, a few yii rn f lr, now, i; !pi, ioni,, ;: r none' have ?-t;a el it for fact., ed t substantiate taternents from such
the wvergladleHi re dretied, ,raxt l/, I ,'I I. jl .t give it a w 1,,t it.) a source The executive wrath is kind-
prot, be't fuel ,ron earth for generation, .J uct why (;',vernor 5Broward, who al led the muje.sty ,f the lw hankers for
gats, rrm kin og steamr, etc. Coal strike. ,, ,inok o;ith to efril' 'ic, all laws, should, it burnt offeriitig ard ) l'erkin's official
uia l high pricf's of h.> a r1 ,l soft coi' l di ., ,r I f ,. ., .,,t s. e' tI ittle ier visie.n'i h.' A. rolls in th dii.t I o'fore' he' can catch
inIl roke' will not btlihe.r us then We'll ,1 f ti., Act, a; well a., ail ither.s, arte enough breath toe, ak for niolle pros,
have' pl lrnty of thee raw mrateril eof our i 'i;rrriirwI'! i. a1l , lerorliil best known i prov,- aliti or pload e'xte.nuatiig c'ircum-
own. W can't s 1rie. hi(', rih <',f;coriili\ to himr elfl ; it is, lh w. .ver, surmised. that st:tnce'. It avail-, him not to quote:
make us an offer for it. theri may ie, at las''t two ,t'aswis tor it: "'Il who steal, ny purse steals trash ;
No, paper in thee' S tate' re''la.' t s ,ore' ,iJe' iiit-gs ray le' iv' el / /,e ,',rfI r but I.e who take .4s from nie my good
c'r alit lile, ilts r.c situtic'ri'y r i,,irt '' ine, i, n rii (ru toe have prevented it, nan.i takes that which enriches' him
se'rv' 'it a .eo' ,r hei r,, m i trjnetu m otlen or he may ha.'e ireferreid to sink it in not but leaves me' poor indeed;" neither
h,e' 'lealh, lihi T, 'Iru-i' ,, rae w, w )r., his drainage .scheme. (di an exonerating later investigation,
irl y.r ,of cxitf'i' ha t, m ark, I Followie" is the. law in full: whereat the Alexander bureau of infor-
ty such' xtrordirs te ycxee.lle,, arce. ( 'IIAIi'Eit5245 N 140. nation sought incriminating facts and
sucC' ,e, IftO,, rto, I )exrc t. lc arts AN A('T Providing for the Iluilding oaf mourned because they found them not.
c If he e cru trt ( county IHard Roads andl rovieding Ap- And, now only notice' human perver-
a daily it will le a ifhu'mmer It ee.am i ar,,,npriattions Therefor. sity's antics the capability of mental

t h.oclel i th at lirectin. live' ()k it 't l i f'/' / I: e l thJ apparatu. to lop). Only see how easy
SI etcor' St ,1' e/ '? a: it is for the majesty of the law to shuf-
The',Guaiui'svill., Sun s;mid ummcerig other Sectiotn 1. All nienerieys new in the In- it is for the majesty if the law to shuf-
Th it invill n n tr Section 1. Aits art eI a. it hdi ternal ilr.ve'ment Fund after the pay- fle along without any offering at all, ei-
ooul thirns, iit article ab-ut holding .it of tll Itgral ohuligatinl against the their burnt or raw at times. Just wait
a 'county emocratic executiveve C(oren id moneys, shall be place< by the until another persuasive disciple of
nitte' meet ing: '"There' is one thin ''rustees of' the Internal Improvement Greenleaf gets within new-found dis-
of which our people must be sure how rFun.I with the State treasurer who ubernatorl ear until
eve', r athati4fe a'o ''e h' s.ll thereiupon place the same to the tance of the Gubernatorial ear; until
ever, a hat is the sleclion of en i.rt. to fill th offli' in t the Legislature If State according to the assessed .valua- fame and ( Cooper-respite prerogative,
ever it county ne'e'deld gooId material iat tIin of the' Ieproperty in the several coun- climbs un deck.
is now, andl tho. iaopl. will mo. th;la s,,.i ti 4ei at the' time of the transfer for the' climbs on eh'tk.
I,,' h' i. se'ni tte 'i'p. h h.willse., ' cur e ,s' ,f reconstructingng hard roads in Coroiers jury and ground jury, petit
uch people are ent county jury and Supreme Court could find nei-
fln'. ,1. W. Watsoni, formerly retre r ,'Sec. 2. All lands granted to the State their flaw in indictment nor missing link
'tlfrr (,f Fhlorida ,y the Unitedl States, underall ledf th fold
ntive he, ure frmt Act f ong ress f 1o, known as in eviden( all called for the scaffold
ola county, nedl once' Speaker of the the' Swam;' aril Ovetirlowed Act for in- anti rope. But, nevertheless and not-
HI,,uee', im now resilivg In ade'e county, ternal improvement, shall ble sold by the withstanding, the pleading tones of the
rinl is a car didlate befotere the people of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Brady voice were more powerful, more
thit county as their representative. Fund, atin said Trustees may deer- convincing than thee combined and the
Ihi is a .ol biiusinoes m"an, and with mine; the prweeds therefrom shall be pity-pulsated heart of the P'ardoning
his experience it a le'gislatior would no by them de'losited with the State 'Treas- Board just naturally melted, and so pit-
doubt make them the Ibest reprserinta ur,'r anl by hinm placed to the credit of iful was his tale of hard luck and per-
ive' tieav ceuletel to 'I'ullihis.c saidl county road fund, as provided in,
tive th u se, t all Section I of this Act; Provided. That jury that t he Board had serious thought
'rto I 'l'Ti Diily 'TIue ti." an ,.xre.l nothing herein shall be soe construed am of presenting the tear-stained leader
lt tI prevent the payment in lands by the with a chromo, medal and a pair of an-
lent newspaper every dlay, but the an I i.a( 'irusteesi f the Internal Improve- gelc wings to buckle onto ('eoper.
niv, uary ,litin) of Mondiy, (he, 1th, ment Fund of all legal obligations now ...-,.......,
was extra excellent and contained 24 7 existing against said fund. DIDN'T QUOTE US FULLY.
column p.iges killedd to the bri wit S. :1All y appropriate to A politician i one who seeks office,
choice reading attier. It would hav' sti ae I nland 2 of this Act, shall be and is indifferent as to how he gets it.
dlone. credit a a inewspal er t- o ny oil paid t the T''rehaurer of said county. so long as he gets there. A statesman
the grreit cties iof the U nioi nc. t is, c. i litl onel upon its ,being u'eVl exc'lu- is a mai lwho stands for principles and
Trmin. can well airTId to be proud of ivly for the builhhng and constructing elicits that are level within the nast in-
Alaftiri at systern of hard, macadamized or tere'sts cif the State and the nation.-
IW-l dily nwiii ,iIpei e All of t wim ar thr are I surfacei roads. said r~j uisi- Tallahassee True IDemocrat.
c"c"I. tion shall be accoimIpanitedl by certincate A more common definition is: A pol-
The of0iice' seeke,,r who attlempts teo so tculer seal of the (;lerk of (Circuit Court itician is one who is always seeking
curoe your %4e,1.4' I a ilu 'eo', y ri in that the Co(unty CommiHsioners makes office and getting defeated A states-
cure your aid nationon eolely for the purpose man is one who runs for an office and
or buying yu,,. I, isure his e'l'rtio'rn,,r at ,uii ng hard macadamized or other gets it. The men who support us and
gives yaOu the very Ibet evidence' that hard surfaced roads. our side are statesmen. Those opposing
he is ufitl fit ,,I11 iLi. c'. he se Kieks. andl Seec 4. This Act shall take etTect im- us are grafters and politicians. So it
tha li 'i C' mediately upon its passage and approve is seen that the viewpoint makes the
atha< h is 1,neking se scene ,,r at by the G;overneor. difTe'frere between a politician and a
scherncc' directly again t the, general Approved June' s, Ic,1 l statsn:an.--Brookaville Argus.
interest of thlie whole' p Ipli. Watch V have some of both in Florida
out for such fellows and tell them that IUp to date, G(ivernor lroward has a.1d nmin of the statesmen stump should
iyou are Wolof',o iut an h,,,.. At srica not .seen fit to apologize to the newspa- ,
you aretpoor, t an hat Anericn r of theState for the aspersionscast be univenoally voted into public laces
eltizen who vailics his hlicnr. Money. unti then in his recent Jacksonville of trust," was the continuation of our
or the lpromire is f aslne sairt of lit11 ap- spifech It take, m a brave man to ac. par. grnlp, which you omitted. We
pointment. nivit cnlh i a It.. but our knowledge av error, and the Tribune agree with you, Bro. Argus, that polit-
honet cit ive'mcall10tillibe14litventures the assertion that Napoleon aI reko st hat
honest ciiz can all will realize this act before the ical trickste alliedd statesmen) have
Mke a drove ofe sh.c p, next campaign in over Tampa Tri- gotten into lie in Florida, and the
At Orlando in Io,,r:n g wills, at a depth butne, lt th. people of Florida have reaped burden-
cf over 2() feet. ratits have' Ie.en In a long article in the last Jackson- s.me results from the effects of it, but
reached and the' fire. delartnnt lanid ville Sun, the Governor digs deep into that is no reason some of them should
hose and tried filling them with water, the Timens.ltnion and Metro|Mlis, and he defeated in the coming campaigns.
but the wells took all the water that could be poured into them. A m.e,,' iea. into his scathing charges that we are those kind of officers, a la Jennings, for
Now Dec the Drainage Commin.sioners. owned, ucntrolleld, etc.. and up to the an example.
S It not be cheaper to Inveat those present time we have not seen a lineof The True De nocrat was honored
ItMMl Improvement money in well reply from lEditors Wilson and Carter, Wednesday by visits from two of old
bori a res, and let all the water and we have looked diligently for it, for Jefferson's bet citizens. Ex-Senator
run out of the vrglade just as the we do not believe they will let it go at Samuel Pasco and Hon. R. C. Parkhill
"^ e Into these holes at Or- that. Now, In the language of a ver were both viliting Tallahassee, where
tarers all ran out of lAke familiar quotation, and we rpeat It in they have hosts of warm personal
tis unty trong no spirit of disrespect to either, "ome- fulmeh, sad made as a call, which we
I b s ist county, throeh sub- body has lied" and it is now In order to aplreciate. They both advanced their
terraneen peasge some years ago, tlet t u dic know On which e ofucp t t paper conrat-
time lake slil. and we can now fish those drainage ditches the untruth tell- latod and easom sd us with -ood


od sho do there.


or is roostin. i .


onrI asIMII rs.
As the following from that excellent
newspaper, the LYve Oak Daily Demo-
crat, an our "simeioenta," we adopt
and reproduce them as our say in coa-
nection with the Governor's dbielaimer
and our position in regard to Everglade
drainage:
Governor Broward has in the last
issue of the Jacksonville Sun a com-
munication to the editor of that paper,
in which he gives excepts from his re-
cent Jacksonville speech, in which he
was alleged to have abused all the
Florida papers and characterized them
as venal. He disclaims any purpose to
include the entire Florida press in his
denunciation and says that he had in
mind only the Jacksonville Times-Union
and the Jacksonville Metropolis. Here
now is a conflict of testimony between
those two papers and the Governor
which we leave them to settle, and, ac-
cepting his disclaimer as to the rest of
us, the real issue still remains just
where it was, and that is the expediency
of entering upon a work of enormous
cost to the people of the State, pro-
longed through years, and which may
prove impracticable in the end as an
engineering proposition-and all for the
doubtful equivalent of getting a big
sugar farm for the State. A very rich
State like New York or Illinois might
well shrink from such a costly under-
taking with such uncertain results-an
und-.rtaking deemed quixotic, even im-
i(osible, by many engineers of estab-
li.hud reputation, and discredited by a


maI IT on TUETAX FAJ.L


which the Trustems & w gesinee ifem
per ace under the act of hlastea .
Islature was in effect only coneeted
the lands of the Southern States LnrQm
and Timber Company who tthe
suit. and the Board will InstlttNe tax
collectors in the drainage district to
collect the tax upon all lands liable to it
except those named in the injunction.-
Capital Publishing Co.
And if we were not too utterly urq .
praised and disgusted to make a remafft -
we would say that this is just a little
ahead of anything we've seen. Allow
those able to fight, able to win, and
also able to bear taxation, to go be-
cause they are too strong to hold, but
grind down all the harder on the poor
individual land-owner. Anything, just
or unjust, legal or illegal, to carry out
that ruinous scheme to drain what looks
too everlastingly like nothing on God's
green earth but the pockets of all who
are caught in the drainage toils. On
whose advice, pray, could this high-
handed action have been taken? Did
Junnings have a hand in this too?
"A FLORIDA DEVELOPER."
In a communication published in the
Times-Union and copied in other papers,
"A Developer" gives very poor reasons
for draining the Glades, and if no better
can be procured, and it does not seem
there can be, the drainage board had


large part of the people of the State; better call a halt. The Times-Union
anti surely Florida, comparatively poor knocks "A Developer" down and out
save in potential wealth, withher State I as follows:
government short of money for many "The mosquito is now recognized as
purposes f more imme(liate utility. !,a public enem-an outlaw to be killed
e t moe e u i on sight. Perhaps this has moved 'A
does., not need to enter upon such a Florida Developer' to insist that the
Iurely speculative, high-priced enter- Everglades be drained because in the
prise. .work a breeding ground of the public
I,.twyer Brady's "newly discovered enemy will be wiped out. Doesn't
v iern" in the Coopr case s eemed te 'A Florida Developer' know that mos-
he troubled with a disposition to shrink quitoes breed only in stagnant water or
and make itself inconspicuous when it mud? Or is he ignorant that the water
,ot in the grand jury room, even with of the Everglades throughout is run-
ray himselfresent to encourage it ning water, impregnated with lime and
-Lrive' Oak Democrat, of crystal clarity? Or is he so far re-
Yes, and once upon a time that samemoved from this region as to be ignorantlk.
Yes, and once upon a time that samethat men and beasts seek the Ever.
Lawyer Brady got into .a "jint debate" glades in the mosquito season by way
up in this neck of the woods with some of escape from the troubles of the
Methodist preachers. It was during our coast? Will you think a bit, Mr. De-
lively prohibition campaign, and the ve.per -r.-.
way they made the fur fly from him Citizens of Leon county would like to
was a caution; and it is said after it know why they are kept at a heavy ex-
was over he was troubled with a dispo- pense boarding the convicted negroes
sition to "shrink" and make himself Caldwell and Larkins in the Duval
"inconspicuous." The wonder up this county jail. If Governor Broward and
way is how such a man can have such his Board are satisfied they should not
an influence, be hung, the right and proper thing to
The papers state that Dr. Crill, of do would be to turn them loose or mod-
Putnam, and Hunt Harris, of Monroe, ify their sentence. If he is not satis-
will be candidates to succeed themselves, fied yet, perhaps they can just as well
from their respective State Senatorial be taken circ of in the Leon county
districts. --Madison Recorder, There never was a time, (except
And it may be truthfully added, too jail There never was a time, (except
that they are the kind of men the next a very few hours after the cold blooded
Legislature should be made up of. assassination of Hon. N. W. Eppes
Both are experienced, intelligent, well- occurred) when they were in danger of
oted and honet and have always being lynched in this county, and that
S, fact will be substantiated by most of
stood up for what was right and in the our citizens both white and colored,
winter f te w e pe No dy our citizens both white and colored, and
interest of the whole people. No dirty it was an open insult to u when the
lobbyist can ever find means to use Dr. it was an open insult to ur when the
Crill or Hon. Hunt Harris. Send them party, who did so during the Governor's
the services of absence from the city assumed the au-
ack; the services of such men will be thority for sending them off. Leon's
needed. --. citizens, white and colored are as law-
Hon. John B. Dell has announced for abiding and as peaceable as those of
the Senate from Alachua county since any county in the State.
the withdrawal from the race of Sena- The claim put forth that former gov-
tor McCreary. He has had legislative ernoers favored the drainage scheme as
experience and has qualifications that now constituted is false and misleading.
fit him as a lawmaker. Men of his kind None of them were in favor of or ad-
will be needed at Tallahassee, Major vocated spending the 1. I. funds (which
W. I. Thomas is also a candidate from is the people's money, after all) for
the same county, and he, also, has a that purpose, but some of them did rec-
good record. It is safe to predict at ommend that it would be a good thing
this time that the thirty-second senato- to enter into a contract with par$es
rial d strict will have a capable Senator with sufficient capital to experiment at
in on.- or the other of the above gentle- draining the lands, for part of the lands
men, who will act in the interest of the
whole people of Florida --the only sensible and practical way
the drainage of the Everglades should
In aone of the Waverly Novels an ar- he undertaken. Do you note the dif-
male sells a poniard warranted to kill ference? One was to expeiim'ent with
through the jint of mail then worn it, at no risk ro the people of Florida;
through the joints of mail then worn.the other is to take the risk and bank-
Afterwards the purchaser tries the trick rupt the State. if necessary, just so,
on the smith and loses his head with long as we have onr way about the
the epitaph, "Fool, I taught you the thing!
stroke, but not the parry." Governor Legislative candidates will have to
Broward leaped at the throat of the make known their views on the drain-
State press and struck with its own age scheme We do not believe the
weapon, but the blow was parried, and people of Nassau county are just yet
now the return stroke ia being dealt. ready to vote away the money to which
The Governor lost his head in the be. this county is entitled from the Internal
ginning; he is losing his popularity now. Improvement Fund for the reclamation
-Times-Union. Improvement Fund for the reclamation
- of SoOth Florida lands. Florida now
The Tampa Tribune suggests to the has hundreds of thousands of acres of
avowed and prospective candidates for good land; what the State needs is
the State Legislature from that county good roads.- Fernandina News.
that, in announcing their candidacies, Most of the State officials and soo
they put the people on notice as to what department clerks are off from their
attitude they will assumeon the various offices much of the time nowadays. As
important questions which will come the campaign warms up over the State
before the next Legislature. The Ev- it is noted that they depart on businee
urglades drainage proposition will doubt- trips more often. Perhaps te are
less be the main awe before the next lay$ng the foundation for a e4a
State Asembly. It btdu fair to be tAe two years boence. Common peop a .
political t-e in Flrids fe om years played in other lines requr o be
to coias. HoMw do th teumeam who at their pot of duty. Voters,do yes
d toe rt eI the dfferae Y e
d>ieg tii-f now aa" tyou takes yo' lhit-


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THE ThU D DIOCRLAT,

IPU XMUInvmI VUAT MOUNSWO


sMhod ses.
The Jackson Bluff school, a
MisaaFlorrieHowedoeld l Froas
termom with aasi i
was served ea thee a a
t was a, v enjoy affair.
SAt tha exhibit io in the afternoon
,-the choolhouse was handsomely deeo
rated with milax vines and flowers:
Thm following was the program:
Welcome-Green Hopkins.
Bong-Vacation Days-School.
edlltati n-Grandfather's Spectacles
-Nellie Stoutamire.
Recitat-io-Why Bettie Didn't Laugh
b^ Pearl Gatlin
Recitation-The Dying Soldier-Ma-
bel Bradshaw.
Tableau-The Flower (Flour) Girls.
Recitation-Bettie and the Bear-
Daisy Gatlin.
Dialogue--The Hypochrondiac-Bar-
ney Gatlin and Frank Stoutamire.
Recitation-l'm Getting Too Big to
Kiss-Cassie Hopkins.
Drill-The Firecrackers--Six Boys.
Song-The Picture of Home Sweet
Home-Mabel Bradshaw.
Recitation-How Prayer Was An-
swered- Mae Stoutamire.
Tableau-The Goddess of Liberty.
Recitation -- Admiral Susan Jane--
Frank Stoutamiro.
Dialogue -School or Work --Four
Boys.
RBcitation- A Little Girl's Lecture
to Mothers--Cora Stoutamii. .
Recitation- The Quarrel Eulie Hop-
kins.
Pantomime Jesus Lover of My Soul
--Five Girls.
Recitation The Little Teacher- Edna
Stoutamire.
Dialogue-Eight O'clock Willie and
and Rossie Hopkins
Song- Home Sweet Home Mae
Stoutamire.
Recitation -The Widow Budd Mabel
Bradshaw.
Song-- The Pretty Moon-Lillie Wil-
liams.
Dialogue- Aunt Bethiah's Journey-
Four Girls.
Recitation-They'll Never Get Home
-Ralph Stoutamire. as Uncle Sam.
Drill- Ribbon Drill-Six Girls.
Flower's Song-Way Down Upon
the Suwann-e River.
Tableau-Rock of Ages.
Valedictory--Lillie Williams.
All the pieces were well rendered and
reflects great credit upon the teacher,
Miss Howell.
Starving to Death.
Because her stomach was so weaken-
ed by useless drugging that she could
not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters, of St.
Clair street, Columbus, 0., was literal-
ly starving to death. She writes: "My
stomach was so weak from useless drugs
that I could not eat, and my nerves so
wrecked that I could not sleep; and not
before I was given up to die was I in-
duced to try Electric Bitters; with the
wonderful result that improvement be-
gan at o ce, and a complete cure fol-
lowed." Best health tonic on earth.
60c. Guaranteed by all Drussists. *
Church Notices.
Trinity M. E. E. Church, South, W. M.
Poage, Pastor.-- Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested to attend The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7 30 pm. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Christian Science.-Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the postoffice. This room is
also used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.
The Breath of Life.
It is a significant fact that thestrong-
est animal of its size, the gorilla has
the largest lungs Powerful lungs
Means powerful creatures. How to
keep the I breathing organs right
should be man's chiefest study. Like
thousands of others, Mrs. )ra A.
Stephens, of Port Williams, O., has
learned how to do this. She writes:
"Three bottles of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery stopped my cough of two years
and cured me of what my friends
thought consumption. Oh, it is grand
for throat and lung troubles." uar-
t anteed by all Druggists. Price 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free *
ladian Territory.
Are you thinking of coming south-
west? If so you should by all means
visit the Indian Territory Remember
that we are just now on the eve of
statehood and there is no richer spot
uoon the face of the earth than this; no


country that offers as many induce-
ments to both capital and labor. If you
desire to acquaint yourself with the new
country write today for the Indian Ter-
ritory Businass Guide. It tells you
about every town in the Indian Terri-
tory; just what they have and what
they need. It tells all about the won-
derfully cheap lands, laws governing the
ame, and Just how they can be s-
caresM. O2ages of solid information.
'This book U mailed to any address
u n receipt of one dollar. Weston
ba Company, Ptaa, Indian
a'Trritory.
-.---- --
Subsaribe to The True Democrat.


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the pleasing 'ews that he has signed a Taylor and Michael M. Van luren.
contract, for himself, to put in the sew- ."Pratt is a red-headed man, and tfe
erage system for that city. We do not sleuths thought he would be an easy
believe it possible that a better or more mark. But to their dismay they soon
conscientious contractor could have been found the Standard Oil headquarters at
secured, and we congratulate both him 2h Broadway was full of red-headed
and Gainesville. Mr. Beeman put in men, many of whom looked more or
Tallahasee's sewerage system and it less like Pratt. Pratt lives in Brook-
satisfactory lyn in a row of mansions all inhabited
DOageoftef Paemetlas. by Pratts all of whom are red-headed."
Miami Metropolis.
A cold at this time if neglected is lia- ..
ble to cause pneumonia which is so of- Well Wrth Trytag.
* __ 4r_*-i -. A ___ __ -_I.- *L-- *-&^_-


en Ifatal, anIa even when the paent
has recovered the lungare weakened,
making them peculiary susceptible to
the development of consumptio. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar will stop the enough
tal Sad tratn the bgs and pre-
vent pnumonia. La Grippe eo
yield e kly to the wonderful curave
quat m of Foley's Honey and Tar.
Snoth ee "Jut as good."
Sold by adM *


W. H. Brown the popular pension
attorney, of Pttsfleld, Vt., says:
"Next to a pension, the best thing to
get is Dr. KXing' New Life Pills."
te writes: "they keep my family in
lendid health." 'Quick cure for
Headache, Constlpation and Billious-
ness. 25. Guaranteed at all Drug-
gists.
Cottages to rent. Phone No. 8. 4-tf


rI a t s Ce Type. The gvewe.e sI he Nae papers.
I Ralroaed Caior err has bee Govemr n wa his speae here
foi Od of Ms pwy, amd he m t meow h IM md made hi favorite
hin to Ms eavm, wheo he had bduforthe mounthink.
hoped tou th bo .nof I tr MM dM l s of Florida
Harris of the Oea Damr, after hav- He l attacked the State
as previouly and ap erislaughtered press, a A=wascontroedby
1that wfotb" e gt an e the Uan a t on and wsiubr-
Ss amid th mrio m an d ofi atthe Viuttotfas wl a ofit masters. Got-
rls hvin asrted t his p that other Goverr Browad w as espelth ly bit-
*e ed itor's reply his to tvhall g a M th Ite tanoin op-
as fod s: ttrai r p o dwotaetfib ti ging t ality
SCommisr er, nor for any other ofe their smrt, which fact iblnd not sub-
lued Editor Harist ap a ul rvi tt Ua will of any master.
withn the ift of theand people of tha Probablyunts people s.e all this in
Florida Railroad Coan usarn, Mr. Har- their imaginatioda.
ri having assertd in apthat the Gon heerfullo rowardccepts especially bit-
institutionhewa worthlumns of the body of tsr against the Jackquovilt papers and
thBanner reply to thayou for challenge ontri- said he wa elected without their aid and
Sbuttfollow: that our supp did not car whether they fought
"Ian ae in which candidate for Railroad him or noted we wa nompleated without
Commisy orationer, nor for any othetalks. ever office thewith t which faction we assumed c-
withe logift of the people of Florida, the primaries The Times-Union, how-
and am not seeking any ad captandulk ever, Union cheerfully accept the Governor Broward
notoriety. The columns of the Ocala or'as certifiouat that ahim, wuits it of respon.
Banner are open to you for any contri- sibility for him. He was elected with-
bution you, or any friend of yours ty out our support and when we see the
make in defence of the Con- surboarduess. his is costly tomfoolery n which he is now
an age in which. A stump type, more than engaged we are better pleased than
noir less enoratory,talks.ing, pending on th ever with the position we assumed in
quae logic of this reply is irresistible, the primaries. The TimJackes-Union, how
for it is clearly the editor's place to talk ever, is not fighting Governor Broward,
on public issues through the columns of has not fought him, will not fight him.
his paper, and not from the stump. When he is trying to carry out a y, withoutl-
That's what he's here for. We trust icy that will injure the people of Fut thr-
that Mr. Burr will avail himself of the ida or discredit the State we will domen-
inviFor our partion and give to the public through everythinatin our power to prevent his
the Banner a full defense of the Coin- success.ority of his en he happenbors v to be right
mission against the charges preferred we will help him, not caring a snap
against it. A stump speech while sub- appreciates our helttle or not.
or less entertaining, will be hard rending onthe But in speaking of his election with-s.
quality of the oratory, n a primitive out the airds attack of the Jacksonville papers
way of rthe public people, superseded Governor Broward did not say halfn over
for the most part nowadays by the as much as he might have said. lie
news coleaguesof thin clearne Commiss and full- failed to state that he was well known elected with
ness statement a and accuracy of out thrill btekn of his own county, without
thought there is no comparisonbetween te vote of his Brown city, without the
the advantages of the two methods vote of his own ward. loredid notmaren-
For our rt, we are genuinely anxious tion the fact that the overwhelming ma-
to see a full presentation of this Corn- jority of his neighbors voted against
mission issue, ex-cathedra, in cold type, frohim and that he was elected by the
and while, from the nature of the sub- votes of men who knowverd maklittle about
Sorest, it will be hard reading without him; but it is true neverthe State ss.
thrillsheum, Chwill be glad to tackle it and We care nothing for Governor Brow-
reach a definite conclusion as to the hard's attack on The Times-Union. This
value of the public services of Mr. Burr paper is pretty well known over thof
and his colleagues of the Commission. State, was well known before anybody
Live Oak Democrat. ever heard of Napoleon B. torowns,
t ui st e and will be known when he is forgot-
"To Cure a Felon" ted. Governor Broward may say what
says SamKendallppareofPhilliy are few peoburgle iKan. he wishes true. The people ofwill fda aor
"just cover it over with t regard thucklen's Ar not finding out ainion of a ut the Times-Union
nica Salve and the Salve will do the from him.ake a statement not knowing whether
resent Quickest cure for Burns, Boils, But Governor Broward makes the
Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema, general charge against the State (and
Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Sore he has made it before) that they are
Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 2posic at ion of par- bll controlled by corporations, and are sub-
druggists. Guaranteed servient to the wills of their masters.
Florida just now, and that te mon Does he mean this of all the papers ofn
Gov. Broward seems to stand almost Florida? ase did not nae any exce it
alone in his project to drain the Ever- odetionly, without playg to the grand
glades. The press of the Statein publ is al- When Governor Broward makes this
most a unit against the proposition; charge he charges what he does not
and the retaparently are few people in know to be true. The people will form
as chimerical or at best as unworthy of make a statement noft t knowing whether
present consideration. The News was it is true or not.
one opinion has received the first papers in the State to The newspapertically drainage schemen of Florida an a i
take the nmousition that the reclamation classdv stand as higg.h as any class in the
of these lands, whose ultimate value is Ev wiatll have sMany of them ing to sy from t suffer
problematic, is not a proposition of par- b comparison with Governor Broward.
amount importance to the people of Most of them have done more real good
Florida just now, and that the money work for tue state than he has donTme-
and effort required to accomplish this and- An molways t cases tCheymb haverl's done itgh
tremendous project could be sexpent to modestly, without playing to the grand
much better advantage in public im- stand.
provements which assure pubirect and But the question at issue is not the
certain returns Articles tfo this effect character of the Governor or of the
were published in this paper over a year newspaper men of the State It is the
ago, and wto secure settleased to observe thte wisdom or the folly of the immense
our opinion hacts received the practically drainage scheme that the Governor is
unanin bu corroboration of the press advati ig. Of this the Times-Uniona
of the State. The drainage of the Ev- will have something to say from tine
erglades would, in the opinion of many, to time and when it discusses thas be-
result inpositive disadvan hones, as isnd tion will discussettled it on its merits -Timem-
the benefits accruing therefrom do not Union. .
appear to the average citizen of suffi. Brow- Always Keeps Chamberlain' Cough
cient coneequenc to justify they do whenpen- ivenas sn thechild becomes.
diture of a great sum of then impublic mon- arse, or even aftr th croupy c
eyand. On the other hand, if money is to "We would not be without Chamber-
be spent on State development, would lain's the remedy Couh Remedy. It is kept onr
it not bvaluablre wise to invest it in an hand continually in out r home," ays W.
effort to secure settlers to occur the W. Kearney, Aeitorf thet JIndependnt,.
Mr. Jomense tractsph F. Allen, of this countyhich Lowry City Mo. This isre what every





inwas showbuilding some more pretty samples between his nouse in Newready for instant us.an cold may be
of apples inthe the citory Tuesday, whi ch residecked at the outset and cured in
weress rown on his place near Ocklock always much less time than aftvers thouht
one. If such intelligence and hone shows can they had him cornered, when Th rem -




be grownntrated in thie count, it would pay riously is also without a appeared. Other for croup inv-
others to look into itacks and plant large children, alsond will prevent the attackitude of bfl
uporchards, as they would bring good sleuths iven sthe oonr search for other s
p rice o n any market. Staimpracticable hoarse, or even te r the crupy c h
and extensive proje.2t will merely alien- appears, which can ni ly be dune wTen




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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. covERNHOR IROWAsl AMD THs
STATE IPREll.
S0. Some time ago Governor Broward
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. took occasion to indulge an a fling at the
- State press by referring to editr,ra who
Interesting ar.d instructive reading sell editorial at so much an inch, with
matter will be ,oui.d on every page of sentiment thrown in. 1L.i was hotly
this paper. resented by some members of the
Ex.Presider.t (rrover Clevl;:rd and a press, but, wll knowing th:it all honor-
friend or two re fishing now :;,r a few abl" profe.s'.ors and ieeties have a
days at Stuart, F\' rida. small proportion of unwo; : :y members.,
ard knowin'w alao that th' I est rmen in
The Crystal kivr News a.-ks: "In the world somet rnes mak, hasty utter-
the language of Torm Watron, G(overnor ances in an unguarded mrr,.-rt, which
Broward. wI ,rII aryou t t. -th.y do not mean and uoid gh diy re-
If Andrew I lamilton'n ton,,lu does call if they could, we pu ,ish.'i ,1m arti-
not go out of Lu-inesx, Senator ip-'w cle in the Governor's deft...i.
may be able to s it where he is antr have l' ut, in the governor's s speech in!
many of his old frirnd- join him on the Jarcksonville# on the:. of this month, Lhe
mourner's irichi.Tirries tUnion. took occ4,asion to again denounce the


We' hayvi re,.iveid Th'lh' R.oyal Palm
Magazine, VolI. 1, No. 1, publish'l-d
monthly at Gainirisville, subscription $1
p*r year It is n.eat, n. w.y, very in-
terestirig, and hcouldh visit. cv,-ry home
in Florida. Senl 1) r.r)nts for a sample
cop itWe are ure, you will be plhas el
wit it
lion. W. It l)ormriari'm airurio,-irrmnrit
as a candidate for re-election to thei of-
fice of Re',priesentative' of thi. county
will appear in the next isu'. of the Su-
Wannee. Iemrnorat. Mr. ),,mrran ha
ably re| reseint'd this coiruny for the,
past two terms in thi. I.giislature, and
was recognized biy all to be one of thie
best workers in th,- IIouse,' live Oak
Democrat
Ilon If. 11 M,'('re',ry has withdrawn
from the Senatorii I race' in his district.
ie smayM, in it r cii l ir) n is rif- ws l)U ie'r:
"I find that Iiiri'nesM wiil riot pe.rrrmit of
my again serving the people' at Tall,.
haus.ee, especially dltiirinr the nexr t si-s
sioti. The tirime requir'cl to rr.ikkecatin-
vasS of the county, toir' t 'r' with thi'
two months at t'alli --., i, more than


,prres of t1* S.;tate in broad anrd aswete,-


ing terms andl make charges which are
not < ily wholly incapabl,.e of proof, but Y
which are wholly urtrui G; H. ;urhans, of 'Carlisle Centre, N.
But. takinrig :,l that i, haml aii al out Y writes: "Al.out four years ago I
the' rnornhbrs of the State press as wrote you stating that I had been en-
,beiing true as es;" 1, Ie.v.n then t,eir tirily cured of a sv.ere kid cr- trouble
ri 11r by taking less than two bottles of Fo-
recor.ls will r.ot suffer by c.mparion loy's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
with that of G(,ove,.-r,r 1r',ward. the brick dust nedine nt. and pain and
F,,r instri,,.: i'-. row ,fr no mrm symptoms of kidney ,i.senise disapptar-
ber of the State. ,r, ..A h;is .vern id I am glad to say that I have never
y 4 i 0 t-t .t 1 i.f t w. ,t t had a return of any ', f those symptoms
op-nly . n th l;w of th L:ni l, State1s arid 'le.,rid int th' t. and I am evidently curdl to stay cured,
'Thi, (;ov.'rr or i :.:. 1 1. rI :r, i I''uht,~i and heartily recomr,,-rd Foley's Kidney
fil.istrn r -.. ,. r,,. ( 'irt to any one suffering from kidney
o r bladder trouble All dealers. *


A k no v. J r n, nr i vr f : ;t < at 4
pr-.s & h, h' ; < rI .. I .I I t 1i '
laws of IlI., tat..-
'I his (;,o' ,ri- I'r 'A;l |il, ,1 ,'in byy
r,.fu.ing ohIelncer. I tchaipter '21., act.
of I102!, whi, h r'iquiries It e, 'lruij-t'es of
thf, Irint-irt ];l lrii r ,ove-rn ri.t 1 I'uril, of
which (;Give-rmnr I'.rowarl is cha;iirman,
toi turnoii, r all mrn,'y in thei h;ri.s ,of
said Tru-t. te s 11t tIhe State 'Tr,'a.iur.r,
Ito I,- plhir' l to the crierlf t ,f theO various
cou'Iiileti, i t l,#e iIsI l in th e 'I# ri- striuct ion
of ,t r et ',: ;


I can spa re' froi ,m r i,, i i., t" ; iv t i '... ..e ...I ...ir. .f n
nature.' .S-.nile or Mi- ry will be 1 ,,f t ,W e ,, Sae -ri s taking riy'ny atji r-
missed from the' lawrri i amt h' hasiilat, for a
served long rid faith f i pititil by the Legislature for a speci(' i
served long and fil hf=lly i a it
-i. purpose rrial spe'ndrilg it ra't',irlding" to
lion. I'ark Trarnmerill, it is -.idI, will i the ,lietiates if his own sw ,et wil
run against i Hon. Stephen M. Spatii l.rniin Thy Go(%vernor InrowardI is now doing by
for Congress from the. First Cor i'or', I rig thel money appropriated by the
signal District. Ih-tts'r hIoldi up th -islatuire of IIP3,. to construct hard
time. Mr. President; you might t. \, ;. ; in the. seve'r;Il countic's, and ex-
better chances two years hence agK;iI tl pi. iint' t ;nr tl e. construction of
W. S. Jennings, if he runs then, when lrv,'.s ** which to cut ditches into
your Uncle Stephen will Iw running ihe E-,(-..'I, '.
after that S.Snatorship. Faithful se'r- There is no instance on record where
vice should be recognized and rewarded, ia member of the State press has ever
and if Mr Mallory is to have ia sicc'es- net it decision of rt y icourtl t d(efl''ce,.
sor this early, we see, no reason why This (Gover nor iBroward is d4oirg lIy
Stephen M. Sparkmiin should not 1he' p'endinrg Ihe people's money on his
SUto ian project of draining the Ever-
sent up higher. Sie. gue s in th fa '. ,,f i ,,e,. .,,r f tile.
Tampa Triiune: It is currently ru- United States (Court that the, ai't whbi'h
constituted t le Irninage ( omni ision
more that governoror Irownard is not is null and voiIl.
buying any extra copie'i(s of the Times These Inst mintri t hired aets '-uR (;.
Union for free distriliution among his ernor irowardl ;ie committed. ti o, rt a
friends. It is about time for L.awyer time when bhe' is r.I. r I i s 's,,nit ic th
toBo eiy t e 'coilstilu' ion and lwII of the
Brady to appear again before the State State of Florida and the consti:uition
Pardoning BoardI in behalf of one anid liws of the United St:ates.
Cooper Pooir firudy hias our sympathy, "Those who live in -l,- s hotii's ho, Id
but doggone his judgment Governor not throw stones," ,n I t I* miert' iof
the' State press ,'in ,',,mil -,. re ', l i-e, e
Broward intimates that theJacksonville with that of ,Goerrnr iin;',. war, I een
Metropolis robtble him by charging him days in the week, the year round, with-
one dollar an inch for explanation of the out danger of suffering by the compari-
drainage scheme. That is only legal son. Jasper News.
advertising rates. Is it possible that NNE. GUILIRT ON N&AtIAGE
the governor ao s not think much i"of I speak as a womnn, says a histor-
his project asne of a lawyer wgal dvrtink e- ic artist, who happens to le possessed
the imnt ane rtise- of intelligence as well as of talent, "as
me t. W --" "i t i a woman who is happ;iily naurriedl, who
nIt. W.l)vias i dmired at his knows the world. who enjoys and be-
new home Tawala judging from these lives in life. anrd Ioves to face it frank.
remarks of the Tampa Times of Tues- ly. There is ne. anlie in Yvtett' And
day, In referring to the Tampa lar As- what says the artist, famous for the
sociation's banquet: "The toastmaster mind's most free andrtist, famos fr levity
selected for the occasion was no less a min 's mot free and licensed levity,
personage than Col ltebt W. Davis about the state in which she has recent-
"Our Bob" of the people of every sec- ly found pleasantness and peace? It is
a g(tol though simple moral that she
tion of the State- and to say that he dropped on landing mple mori that he
met every demand in this regard is not dropped on landing In America. Men
in the least necessary, for those who are selfish because we women make
know the mane as a citizen, orator themso. A mother says to hergrowing
k wtatemanoRofrien. ize'wa- it son: "Tr to marry a girl who will
tatesman or friend, realize well hisgift make you happy She never by any
of eloquence, made more enchanting by chance says: "Try to make some girl
his genial disposition, tenderness of happy. This comment of Mme.
heart and the flow ,of wittirisms that Yvette is surely sound. but wein Amer-
tnually hold way in i in. icas will hardly be so certain of her
tinually hold sway in ismin next: "This ame mother will train up
Jacksonville Metropolis. her daughter to study men for their
In th House f eesncomfort, regardless of her own. Thu.
In the Hou,,,,f r.atwwmen Iecome the dullpes of Lheir own
Washington on the 15th. a hill wia in- folly, by encouraging men in theselfish.
trodueed by Repre'sentative Snull of nems which is natural to their disipoi-
North Carolina, the terms of which cali ti"In." In France it may be so. but in
: this count ry we may wellldouht woman's
for the draining th get s l excessive training in unselfishness.
Swamp of Virginia and North Carolina. Such training here seems desirable for
The bill provides that the sum of $ct.,N) evervylidv fior one sex as for th",
000, the sum hereafter arising from theI other. Mothtrrs. of course, consider the
Ie of public lands. be n- happine.- ft, (te r children first. but
Sale of public lans rw used to con-" yeou hold not tell them thev are doirinr
struct a comprehensive system of drain- so. They ascould. na Mim. Yvette Guil-
ae for the swamp. The large appro- bert obse rvoel, point out to them pro-
priation of 8.000.00O goes to show how l5'Cts containitP semiethini of the mor-
expensive the drainage schemes are. ally ideal.Col li r's Weekly.
How foolish It is to begin Everglade It would require. the genius of a si-.
drainage with the pittance now on hand entlest with the aid of a microscope to
Sloeate any paper in Florida that could
or apt to come to the I. I. Board ofproperlybetermed aBroward organ."
lorIda Floridlan will ever agree to -Tampa Tribune.
be heavily taxed to jerry on the cheme You haven't read the Jacksonville Sun
The Driagew Board may spend what and one or two other papers recently,
they can reIh, but what then ? have you?


lon .John S Ward,l business man-
;irr and editor of tiE l'e.nsacola News,
was in the city ye t.rnlay visiting his
daughter, who is at-ndlinki the Florida
Female (Colege, andl rcir uliting among
his many Tallahasse'e friindl
Matting! Natting! Batting!
Have you about m;i'le up your mind
to put new matting lIw n on that room?
Right here's your opportunity to make
vour selection from the prettiest pat-
t'rn of .A'rwr Matte ,i e, r brought to
Tl lahassee. Having contracted for a
large, quantity of matri tg for this sea-
So)n, I will give my ,'uitorn.rs attract-
iv4; prices on all I'vrdl's of matting.
Prices will range from sioppoeu' you
ram i nl 'ec l" is ii,.,.ir,'l '.rcs.
C('ORIETT'S F1 KIT'I -; STORE.
Two doors from I.Levy BIros.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills and Mr. and Mrs.
Whiting, of Bridgeport, Conn., are
spending a few of our balmy Florida
days at Tallahamsee, guests of Mrs. Nel-
lie Clark'.
Cured Consumption.
Mrs 13 W. Evans, ('learwater, Kan..
writes: "My husband lay sick for three
months. The doctors said he had quick
consumption. We procured a bottle of
Ballard s florehound Syrup, and it cur-
ed him. That was six years ago and
since then we have always kept a bot-
tle in the house. We cannot do without
it. For coughs and colds it has no
e ual. 2rc, .' h< and $1.(0. For sale by
all druggists.
Call on F. M. Brumby and let him
surprise you at the low prices he will
give you in new and second-hand Furni-
ture and household supplies 2-tf
The True Democrat of Tallahassee
has rounded out the first year of its
publication. The True Democrat is one
paper that persons learn to distinguish
by its wrapper and it is one of the first
to be torn therefrom. May it live long
and prosper.- -Jasper News.
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New life and happy activity results.
Mrs. Belle H. Shrtel, Middlesborough.
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and have found nothing to benefit me
like Herbine. I hope never to be with-
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See John Collins for Job Printing.


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After this date I wi I ,,es ate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for fa.n.dt. ror individualss to meet all trains arriving or
leaving.
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 % ill always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horae and m les for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grad s of buggies and harness. Any one look-
ing for either will do welFto call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
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J. THUS.


Tallahassee


Sunday afternoon at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell,
near Bellair, Mr. Emmet Maxwell took
his own life by shooting lrmself through
the head. /
The deceased was a clerk in the em-
ploy of Mr. R. E. Hlght wer and had
gone out to spend the day with hia par
ents.
He was a young man of good habits
and had many friends who greatly de-
plore hi4 trAgic death. No cause can
be assigned for his rash act, unless it
be that he brooded over his health
which has not been good since his re-
covery from an attack of typhoid fever
last summer, until, in a state of mental
depression, he ended his life.
We are informed that the parents of
the young man think the shooting of
their son was purely an accident, as he
had been handling the revolver care-
lessly before during the day, and had
fired it off before the shot which ended
his life.


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STATEMENT Of TH CONITKIN Entertainment at Leon Hotel. Hattingl attingI Hatting! Capital City Bank Statement meeting of Executtv Committee.
OF THE Lust Saturday evening at the Leon Have you about made up your mind In another column of this issue will The Third Congressional Democratic
Hotel Miss Clem Hampton entertained to put new matting down on that room? be found the official statement of the Committee of Florida met yesterday
CAPITAL CITY BANK the faculty of the College for Women Right here's your opportunity to make Capital City Bank of this city, which morning at the Leon hotel. Only rou-
OF TALLAHASSEEFLA. andanumberof Tallahasseeans in honor your selection from the prettiest pat- shows the condition of that institution tine business was transacted.
OF TALLAHASEE., FLA.. of Mr Albert H. Waldron, of Toronto, terns of New Matting ever brought to' at the close of business March 17, 1906. A primary was ordered to be held on
At the close of business March 17, I906. Canada, who) is spending some time in Tallahassee. Having contracted for a | From a small institution, started in this the same day as the State primaries.
(CONDENSED) the city. large quantity of Matting for this sea- city comparatively a few years ago, un- An assessment was levied for 5 percent
RltSOURCES. The Leon parlor was made attractive son, I will give my customers attract- der the management of Mr. George of the annual salary. May 15th, 1906
SDiscounts andnvitmentwith flowers sent by friends of the ive prices on all grades of matting. W Saxon to whose businas qualifications was set as the date for canvassing the
Expense and cnvcoetmnt 1s 5 .2: hostess. Prices will range from suppose yon and persistent businessattention, it has returns.
Cash, and due by other Banks 2o05.:57 3, The evening hours were very pleas- call and see me about prices. grown to be one of the foremost bank- After tendering a vote of thanks to
.-.-. ant ly whiled away with music and read- CORBETT'S FURNITURE STOIIE. ing institutions in the State, and The, the chairman and secretary for efficient
Total s. 11. *-. ings, the latter by Miss Moses. Two doors from Levy Bros. True Democrat congratulates its offi. .service and the Leon hotel for the use
IiABITIL. The following program was rendered: - cors, patrons and Tallahasseans gener- of the room. the committee adjourned
Capital Stock M).)0.on Selection by orchestra. Mrs. Fred. W. Kettle visited friends'a ly on its success. Fact is, TallAhas- to meet again to canvass the vote.
Deposits .h.352 2.4 Violin-Mr. W. C. Kaler. at Jacksonville this week. I see can well feel proud of all three of .
Surplus and Pro fits 'V,.7 i., Cornet-Mrs W. C. Kaler. Mrs. J. L. Robison of Woodville was its banking institutions, for nothing It is time to think of laying in your
Due other Banks .
Dividends Unpaid 6.o) Piano Miss Edith Kaler. in the city yesterday. speaks out more for a community than supply of Spring and Summer's furnish-
B- Haritone Solo--"Whisper and I Shall Ponular Max Krauss is again among having such, with such men at the head wings, and if you will step into Wight &
.Total .e ... $S,.* '1 Hear," Mr. A. H. Waldron; Miss Fos- his lahasse friends of them as has our banks at the pres- 'Burns you can't resist the desire to do
G. W. SAXON, President. ter accompanist. is allahassee friends. t time. See the statement for the for they have the most complete
T E. PRKN, ashier. Selection by orchestra Dr. Henry E Palmer returned home ures they speak for themselves and attractive line ever brought to the
J. M. HELL, Assistant-Cashier. Reading Uncle Riles' Christmas after a business visit to Jacksonville fiurs te-ys city.t
March 23. lo.-3t. Party,"M iss Edith W. Moses. Wednesday. For ent. A new form of graft developed in the
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Trio-"Sweet and Low." MissBuch- Mrs T. P Strickland, who has been Good six room house, sewerage con- criminal court yesterday in the trial of
LOCAL AND PIONAL. holz, Miss Jones, Mr. Fred Kettle; Miss in Thomasville for the past week, re- section and all modern conveniences, on Policeman Clark of Port Tampa Cityon
Keipp, accompanist. turns home today. North Adams street. Apply to achargeof gambling. Itappeared that,
F M. Brumbyel will save ou monection by orchestra. Col. Walter P. Corbett, of Jackson- 4-It MRs. M. C. BUTLER. in the interesting "little game" which
F M. Bruby will save you o Baritone Solo- Mona, Mr. Waldon. ville, was here this week on a visit to was rudel interrupted by Deputy Sher-
irn new and second hand Furniture. 2 Selection by trio-Miss Buchholz, Miss his daughter, Miss Alice Corbett, who John Nel, of Westville was iff Murrell, assisted by an empty beer
Mrs. Hayward Randolph is visiting Jones, Mr. Kettle. is a student at the College for Women among his Tallahassee friends again keg, Clark, who was needed elsewhere
her sister, Mrs Willis Gerow of Jack- "She Helps, My Lady Sleeps." The State houe wa visited yesterday Wednesday. just at the time to assist his superior
sonville. Solo, "Isand of Dreams," Mr. Wal- by Ex-Governor Bloxam, Miss Blanche Dr. and Mrs. Miles H. Nash returned officer in quelling an incipient riot of
Mrs. Thomas Glover Rawls gave a dr Selection by orchestra. Blake and their friends, Mr. and Mrs from a visit to their friend, Miss Bettie drunken sailors, was calmly "holding a
delof Miss Conshtful luncheon Saturday in honor Selection by orchestra.efreshments, Thomas Cooper and Miss Candler of Bradford, at Bradfordville, yesterday. hand," and it further appeared that
of Miss Constance Parmely. Durconsisting theft orevnge shrefreshments Atlanta. Miss Mary Whitfield returned yester- this officer of the law had a "cinch,"
Miss Gertrude Gilmore, a charmvisiting consresting f orange erbet and cakeserved. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson B Browne day from Jacksonville and St. Augus. as all the "chips" which he could use
young lady of Boston Mass. is visiting were served returned yesterday from Jacksonville tine, where she has been visiting sev. were given to im by the proprietor of
her uncle, Mayor F. C. Gilmore. Mr. J. E. Theus will in a few days where they went to attend the Nordica eral days. the point, as a sort of consideration
A nice second-hand Parlor Suit can be move his furniture store from its pres- & Neilsen concerts. They were accom- W. M. McIntosh, Jr., o( Tallahassee, for his failure to "pull" the house.
had from Brumby very low. See it! 2-tf ent location to the corner store in the panied by Mr. and Mrs. J. E Rum- in mingling business and pleasure in Judge Gordon very quietly but effect-
Mr. J. J. Winburn was in the city Telephone building, coming around to bough, of Asheville, who will spend a Tampa for a short time. Tampa Tri- ively recorded judicial disarovadi of
Tuesday and made us a pleasant call. be near the True Democrat, and this few days with their sister Mrs. Baker bune, 20th. this sort of "police duty"hsending
Mrs. Julius Diamond, of Tallahassee, paper will tell you all about him and at the Leon. Mrs. E. K. Hollinger is spending a Tribune.
is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. his business. Adjutant General J. C. R. Foster re- few days with Mr. and Mrs Griscom
M. R. Cohen.-Times-Union. The venerable and respected gas meter turned Monday from Jacksonville,where at their country home near Lake lamo- Get your hat, your tie, your clothingt
Mrs. J. H. Scott and little daughter, is being overhauled in various parts of he spent a couple of days on his return nia. your shoes, or whatever you may need
of Quincy, kept house for Mrs. ively the country, and upon inspection it is from the Grand Lodge at Palatka. Mrs. Hlons. Henry N. and Nat R. Walker that is seasonable from Wight & Burns.
during her absence in Jacksonville. found that it betrays a tendency to Foster is visiting friends in Jacksonville were in the city yesterday, attending They now have on display their new
ng E record more gas than actually passes and will also visit at Green Cove Springs the meeting of the Congressional Com- Spring Stock. Its neat, its clean, its
Mrs. Geo. E. Willis left yesterday for through its machinery. What can you and St. Augustine before returning to mittee, and we were pleased to meet well selected, its seasonable and cheap.
Tallahassee, where she will spend six expect of men when machinery has be- Tallahassee. them. See them
weeksda Newith herusandsmother.- come dishonest?-Tampa Times. One day last week as Mr. and Mrs. Capital Publishing Co.: Capt. N. B. First Baptist Church, Rev. Frank W.
Fernandina News. Col. and Mrs. W. D. Loomis and W. F. Quaile with their two children, Mathes and Comptroller A. Croom Cramer, Pastor. Divine worship by
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson B. Browne, daughter, Miss Bessie Loomis left Effle and Willie, were returning to town are planning to attend the Confederate the stor, Frank W. Cramer, on next
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Lively and Mr. Monday for their home in Wilkes-Barre, from their plantation on the Bellair Veterans Reunion at the DeFuniak Lordh s Day March 26th, in the morning
L. M. Prince went to Jacksoville to Pa. The Loomis family have spent so road, the horse became frightened, and Chautauqua Saturday. at 11 o'clock and again in the evening
hear Madame Nord;ca Tuesday night, many winters in Tallahassee that Talla- making a sudden lunge threw the oc- Hon. E. B. Bailey, candidate for at 7.30. The following will be the ser-
Mr. J. W. Corbett has a beautifully hasseeans have come to regard them as cupants of the wagon out, but none Railroad Commissioner, and one of Jef- mon subject at the morning hour of
arranged furniture store in the building belonging to our fair city, and their re- were injured except Mrs. Quaile, who ferson county's leading citizens, was in worship: "The Possibility and Secret
formerly occupied by Mr. Ginsberg, and turn is always hailed with delight by has been confined to her bed for sever- the city today and made us a visit, ac- of the Angel Face in Man." At 7.80
will from week to week keep you posted their many friends here. al days. She is now able to sit up. companies by popular Julius Solomon, p. m. Rev. A. E. Brown, D. D., of At-
of it in the newspapers. Wednesday was saleaday at Duval's --- --. --- of this city. lanta, Ga., assistant secretary of the
Mr. Ray G. Carroll, of Jacksonville, Cash Store. Always a popular place at Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. It is a poor citizen in any community Home Mission Board of the Southern
arrived in the city Tuesday, having which to trade, it was doubly so on this Fewer gallons; takes less of Devoe who cannot rejoice in seeing any kind Baptist Convention, will preach. Dr.
been summoned to the bedside of his day. From the hour of opening until Lead an Zinc than mied paints of business enterprise succeed. What Brown enjoys the reputation of being
brother Fred, who is seriously ill at the close of day the store was crowded and Wears pner; twice a long as lead and brings financial success to our city helps a fine pulpit orator, and all whose
home of his parents. Mr and Mrs. W. the force were all kept busy as could be. lonertwce a leaan every blessed one of us to some extent pleasure it is to hear him will enjoy a
H. Carroll. Quite a variety of laces, embroidery and oil _- whether the successful man is our friend great treat. Bible School at 10 a.m.
A rumors to the effect that Ex-Gov. white dress goods were displayed at or foe. For ourselves, we wish for all Junior Baptist Union at 3 p. m. Senior
S ins may enter the rae against very low figures. TIM BER CA RT to live 'lon ""yand prosper, if the gain is B. Y. P. U. at 6 41 p. m. Every per-
ernn for Congress over in the If the Times-Union and the United 1TIM BER 'A-T right and Just. son is most cordially invited. Strangers
Tampa district. The Ex-Governor has States Court have not succeed in con- The following prominent men were especially welcomed.
never given up his legal residence at vincing Govrenor Broward of his mis- Built to Order at seen in the city yesterday: Ex-Governor Ex. Gov. W. S. Jennings was on a
Brooksville.-Madison Recorder. take in undertaking the unnecessary reasonable prices. Jennings, Hon Charles M Cooper, of business visit to the city again this
o F r W T and very expensive work of draining Jacksonville; Editor John G Ward, of week.
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T. the Everglades, they have at least con- Pensacola; General E. B. Bailey and The friends of Mr Edwin F. Dukes
Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf vinced a large majority of the people One now ready to deliver, size Mr. D. B. Bird, of Monticello; Colonel extend sympathy to him in the death of
The Tam Tribune says: The nerve of Florida ot the futility of that Quixoic axle 3, wheel 7 feet, tread 7 Robertson, of Live Oak; Hlion. John his aged father which occurred at Nor-
of Lawyer BTrady is beyond successful enterprise -Punta Gorda Herald. inches. Neel, of Westville; Captain B. F Whit- folk, Va., last Wednesday.
imitation; that he is now actually try- The Tampa Tribune reminds the vo-. ner. Superintendent of the Hospital for ol k, bVautiful Sdrin Goods now
ing to make the public believe that the tern of Florida when they begin casting All kind of General Blacksmith- the .nsane at Chattahoochee; Captain displayth beautifor salepring GoodsWight now&
DeSoto County rand Jury's report was about for a suitable man for guberna- ing and repir work done prompt- at r MAweL and RailE a yle, Burns ents furnishin sa and Shoe
a vindication of Cooper. torial honored not to forget that Hon. ly and at reasonable prices. a>oar A ine way. Store. They have in stock the best se-
And now some are so unkind as to Robert W. Davis is a citizen of Tampa ab -e-tC S.ra \ectred stock ever brought to the city.
sugget that Hon. W. S. Jennings would and would honor and dignify the execu- Horse Sh inL A lest Cou Sro Jp ilep The Tallahassee True Democrat is
suage an ideal successor to Mr. SparkS tive cbair. hors Shoeing S. L Apple, ex Probate Judge ot- The Tallahasee True Demcrat is
man in the House Their suggestion. The Tampa Tribune last week said: A Specialty. taw county Kansas, writes : This is nte m i starting stabdaished tiand
however, will cause the Tam pa man to "Up to date, Gov. Broward has not seen Specialy, to say that have used Ballard's Hore- it a sod e e talh
lose very little sleep.-Palatka Times- fit to apologize to the newspapers of hound Syrup for years, and that I do as good as the weekly Tallahanee
Herald, the State for the aspersions cast upon W H AdkiSo n ot hesitate to recommend it as t" can boast of a sprightly pubribuneication.-
No statesman did it The Tallahas. them in his recent Jacksonville speech. De cough srup ae v rA very neat soda fountain has baen
see Democrat in referring to Governor It takes a brave man to acknowledge an New ShopNorth of Kemper Stable. ..cc n o Fr ale y a nut uD in the Tallahassee Drui Comna-


Broward's public abuse of the State error, and the Tribune ventures the as- tore and that with the ther im-
press says, "it was quite an undignified sertion that Napoleon Broward will provoments makes it one of the neatest
thing for a high statesman to do. No realize this fact before the next cam- and most attractive business houses in
"high statesman" did such a thing. pat n is over. N f I I the city.
Jasper News. h i r and Mrs. W. C. Lewi, of Talla- CNT A N T I E H O U Mr. Phillip Salow-on, the venerable
The purpose of advertising is not hassee, were among the visitors to Jack- father of Florida's genial Julius Salo-
merely to seUI goods, but to sell more onvilie yesterday, guests at the Ara- mon, died at Meizon. Germany, on Feb-
goods, to make friends, build up a pat- gon.-Times-Union, 19th. t $ 00 P niary 25th, and Mr. Salomon received a
ronage that will only stick, but grow. The blesapd little woman, Miss Helen Ra es $1.0 Uer Day letter conveying the sad intelligence
A business, after all, becomes known Gould, has given $10,000 to the Univer- Wednesday of this week.
for what it says, backed up by what it sitof Virginia, ad Charles Steele, of
does. -jasperBamerofLiberty. J. ; pontMo$a4's banking house, an A ltift'
*tiD...=e o. =o .. ,eular Board $4.50 Per Week NoTI.CB -HEEB.Y .GI V
... 1-___-_1___.. alumnusof jniversitylMs given it Regular Bo ard $4.50 Per W eek' *sOt C "a ter0 B yNS'MATlTe
lewt. e bI.M U. 2. 8%raw d bem-
For sale! Two hi rmadeJerseCows, fMt publt .l B ft M'
st a begitt oLsoon.Apply, at 6WICK-La M a a er. vmSBS.v
Cows.,00*. W L STRICKLAND Manager. A ,
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TUM TLe It ise *B0MOCRAT .** torso the So@th would have nothing Ot
THo TRU I O AI. Y101111 01 11 to hopI for iw it, sad if it aboM
Ja 6S. CtLus, e. Thepeple and papers in Florida rate to a hard and fast rule
L U F Y which have insisted that the law shouldM It w lM *isfa i*' t c D4
PUUBED XVRY raeDAY MORNING. bo allowed to take its course in the ditl is Sovh and strike as t
case of 1. Z. Cooper, convicted in Do.- hardest kind of a blow at her prospe- re
mINgO 3OM GRMAZING LANDS. ot county of the murder of Clty Mar- It .tho
A recent of the N ok hal Bowmian, of Punta Gofdan have The Soothern railroad have always &
A rect ase of the New York been fullvidiated by the actionof made ates with a view to building up th
Commercial contained the following thegjaetury w Jihe territory y l0 theimirlnes amdPut-a
paragraph: the ease, at the InosicAithorV. tg PIte eSto Wthe markets*de
Florida forests are unfortunately ex- ernors and the Board of P o, hardons, ead t h.atwoudl feel
osedtgratdanger from fire. In this all the new witnesses and have found theprPT-du w oe o eoto ssectins Iatead
hey are like the Southern forests in nothing to exculpate Cooper or to im. of tarigto ve p to any emeof
ground over totimprovergrazing gs irmly earth had the fullest possible advantage r of the South forth lst twenty.m i
established, and wherever this i the of his legal rights in a trial for murder er so th.
case the forest is especially threatened. In every phase, of the case from the rato-inaking has worked. The capitalwill
Much difficulty will doubtless be met indictment to the revocation of the invested in cotton mills has increased, n
with in the eort to change the custom. death warrant, it is this man Cooper; since 18 frm $21000.000 to =,- 8
Some of the oldest settlers throughout and now that his lawyer, Mr. Brady, 000,000. he value of iarm products
the Sw;uth, however, are now beginning has been permitted thm extraordinary, ha grown from $6M0,000,.000 to $1.750..
to recognize that burning does not im- privilege of going beforethislastgrand 000,000; the value of cotton from t813- t
prove grazing in the long run, because jury and personally examining his own 000,000 to $680,000.000; pi i ",-frie-
it killmout the more valuable grasses. witnesses to his heart's content, without tion from 81,000 to 3300,000 tons;
They admit that the forage crop on the bringing out any evidence to exonerate coal from 6,000 000 to 67,(000,000 tons; M
o,,rn for(.st stands of the regCion has Cooper, it would seem that even he lumber from M,000,000 to $250,000,000
been lt,.adily deteriorating under the would file no further protests against in value; manufactures from $457,000,-
iast 40 y ,.ars as a r.reult o~ these inju- the execution of the law. We publish 000 to $1,750,000,000. Southern business
riou fi r' below that part of the grand jury's re- men know how much of this growth is
Tie'. .,litor of the( Comme.rcial has evi- port referring to the Cooper case, and due to the help given by the railroads T
dently I,,.en iiinformed. In past years there is a judicial calmness and clear. in finding markets They are afraid Orl
the. em.o,,rn of burning over grazing nesM about it. utterances which will that rates made by a government corn- the
hlare wa 'r1 'ti#.'I e xt.-nsiv#ly iin the leave nodoubt in the mind of the reader mission according to a fixed rule would ope
stt '. of F orida and re-sulte-d in the de- of the fullness of the investigation and not be so easily adjusted to help out par- .n
t r. i of muh vht;alale tirnber, but the sincerity of the conclusion: ticular parts of the country and that con
I,.Vl;>,,,t. 1 har.e I,<.n e.nr('tE.d Ireo- "We beg leave to further report that Southern products would lose their sch
,ilt ic tL irpra.'ti'ce' and provi, ing up, n reiprting to the court on last Fri- present advanta en ir reaching outside fer
i.weav p,.er.alti,.- feor violation of the- day we stated to the court in our gen. markets Copied.
ir ,v'.r ,,f the. law. The' law is being eral presentment that we had again M W E M h- -
,rstllvy ,,se'rve-d,i s far ast can be. a- examined witnesses to)ascertain whether Mr. B E. McLin, of Tallahassee, ine
r abr ,il I'e.iesauola .Jourrial. or not we could find any evidence that Commissioner of Agriculture, was a dis- lint
if ,r ,nat ly, th, ringprativi, would tend in any manner to exculpate tinguishedvisitor to( cala Saturday and the
lr n,,i;tl, t hi Irnre ,rh I1. Cooper, who was convicted three wan the guest of his .4on. Mr Ernent Of
,d,. till >prevail in many sctioris, and years ago for the murder of J. If. How- Mclin.-Ocala Banner be
in ,,oin violation of law too), and much man, or that would warrant ux in in- Ad utant General I (' R Foster, of tar
,ia;,,.e' is still Iinr. deone, to the for- di:ting any other party or parties am Tallanassee, arrived Tuesday to attend cati
,.1t. ,, ~eiy nothirg off the damrnae the principal or accessory to said murder. the Grand Lodge. Ife went up to Jack- ter
f l to t' lands ire. l...ir b~icrd cind t at nos a reu t of our investia- 4,nville the following, day to see Sarah
(ii,, ,|Ii t) the lands i .ig burned tions we had found r.othing exculpating Bernhardt in "Camille,' and returned
,over 11, Oftern; lint ti,ere-'are' rany other ( ooper or that would warrant us in in- to this city yesterday. The General
l;wM that are t reieted with like. coi- dieting atny other person or persons for has a host of friends in i'alatka, and M
st,'t,. aid mreudr. the-y are always glad to .see him. -Pa- Eig
Whert upon your honor instru.te.d latka Times-Hera d. roo
Grand Lodge Omfcers. us that, inasmuch as the( Goverror had in
The.(;rand iLole ,of Kri ,htsof I'yth. advised that hiWe had stay('d the e'Aeu- I have fifty thoroivihlred Leghorn Adi
ins, at the Hse.sioi at I 'aultka, elei-te, l tion of Cooper in order that the grarld lns. Can furnish Eggs for setting at or
the following offlic'ers: jury at third terrn of the' court night $1 (1*. J. M. Forbes. 50 -tf 46
(Grand Chan'etillor, len'Iry rierr, mnake a furt her and rr,ore complete m-
'Pe.nsueola vestigation of the critter, your honor
Randnd Vic< ('iChatnce'llor, Iouis (. instructed d us to return to our rorms
lynch, (;Gin G;rand 'relate, .1 rnin r-tt Wolf port am to the Co (oer ca.te, atd upon re-LO
I'ensacola. quest of .1. W Brady, your honor in-
Grand Keim-'r of lte.',rerl and SIalM, siriet,'d e the crk to ummon every wit- G IL M O R
J. II. I.attanier, Tavare.. ri.nss that he (Mr. Ilrady) desired to l
Randnd Masterof the Exchciuer, Wrn. testify etefore our boely relative to the
C West, Jacksronvillf killing of J If. Bowman. We there'-
Grand Master of Armc, 1. EP li'ritc'h "l"n had summons issued for KM wit-
ard. St Augustirn'. n.sme's, the names of 39 of said wit-
Grand InnerGuard, II ( lay('rawford, rn'se's le'ing furnished by Mr. Brady, CONTRA C
Tallahamsee 'and all of whom were summoned be-
Grand Outer Guard, ( harles Davis, f'oe' our Ihlly to testify. Se-veral of
Tamna w a smid witne' esn live beyond the jurindic-
Orlando was elected asitthe next plaue, tion of this court, and did not appear
of meeting, and the' late' -met for th,- Out of maid number furnished by Mr.
second Wedneiday in March. l9'N7. radly, *22 testified before our body. 14
4n the preMence of Mr. Brady, and eight
Hen. W. 5. Lamar Remalned Here. weie examinme(d after he had withdrawn r
Congressman William B. lUamar, who iromn the grand jury room. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cer
accomnpaniecd the Rivers and Ilarlsers "At the reqlue't of Mr. Brady, we Business, (ten years in the north a
Committee of the lHouse of Hiepre'ent- per mitted him to come before our body
utives to l'ennacola. did not depart oin and examine' as many of his witnesses and perform all that is required of
the special train with that committee., is he saw fit. Hi examined only 14,
but, on the other hand, remained in Mi"u stated that he did not care to ex-
Iensacola. amnine any more. We then thought it
The Ceongreminun peont yesterday in wise' to have all the witnesses that he
calling un his rebi n 're;ro;S friend n in had on the ground testify, so that we
PetciacOla and renewing acquaintances. e'e u'd ascertain whether or not they and as this is a part of the Building
As usual, he hald a goodl word and kiew any material facts Js to the as- anitary goods, and have them inst
hearty shake fir every onr lie' has sa sination of Bowman a hv th ins
thoroughly familiarized himself with "We alsn turned over to Mr. Brady rules laid down by the city. We s
the nelfds of Plensuicola harhcor andl o( all the' documentary evidence sent usby
his district, and will, 4 f course, ldo all Gov. rnor Broward and gtve him per-
in his poiwer toee'eure alipropriations rinito-ien to present to us any evidence
for the harbor. in, the form of affidavits or by oral tes-
Mr. Lamar will rot join the cnommit- timn tee, but will leave' tonight, 'oing dlir,,t I' ou'd in any wine tend to clear up the I
to Washington. I'ena'cola Jouinal. Ii matter under investigation. P r n I II I
16t I. " 4e have left no stone unturned in
eur investigation. We have smpared
lion. E. Mel.in, State (or'emin n, itiher time nor mon'y, and we beg
ien r of Agriculture', was among our i ,.I v to report that we have nnot found See John U. Col
distinKuih( dI visitors yesterday. le it iyvthilig to warrant us in indicting any
making a most ef'iit nll-.ial, ant I ,,b itr ern fr a murr; nith'r Everythin New and U
doing much for the sdvanr',ne'nt eef the' have' we fanme anything exculpeating 1. Everything New and U
State in his Te'pir? mnt I ilinun.v ('e friends he're sv. himn a incet cordal' jt w|,,.re w.e found it "
reception l'al.tkn T m'e-,.raei. Know Hlow to Use Ther
Mrs. 1). II Mayc is sle|.lning this wek I ) o Not be Imposed Upon. Try US.
at the calepital city. It e g u't of .e til,' F'eoley & Co. C'hicago, originated |I tly
and Mrs C B. I'arkhill IDr. Al- Iloiey ml Tar ans a threat and lung All WOrk promptly
ton Ham and Mr. Mel)iulal of 'Ialla- rem'riei'dy. and on ac 'ount of the r'at r * r
hunee,. came' ove''r I hi' elain'ce last Fri ,nrit ne Il popularityof Fole'y' h money COLL INS' 1JO B Pi
day night. M is i/ 117 Finlay- ald'I'nar niny imitation 'se o ftTerd l for -
sen aHd Hieleln I'arkhillca tcrdown frm th ie' genuine Thcese worthess imita- CALL I
Tallahahs'e' on lis? I"relhi fer a fe~w t ,,ns have' similar soeun days vilt, Mw l'tfit SieinIc ei'a down from Tall.ehe, ce, anal seiinIt lI I nst ov niand Tlar in in a yellow package.
Saturday anel Stunl \ MIntNi clell Ask for it anl refum' anv sIubstitute
News, i;th. It i t I e est ren. dy fr 'ughs and new Laxative
The Maetie'e'll Ne, ... ''h', chel Schi hy all eha ler*'
,Time'- ',tioile c'.r th. t t DecIed Stand e Rate Nai ttlt Goe/ 4ot ripe
our duty to irmu'vied, ,eth'i e l",,r the ieil
lions ofacrn' ..f lahl aIra,'ly out of th' Ti' e,'olutions aHdopted bly the Na- )r naulatt. wt
water before uri'av'riimi the t. uliln-.rg'ed tioal lia.rd of Trade in its annualcon-
Everglades hut nie' lec< is to eoiit nut vention in Washingt'n recently show Pleasant to take. L
that a heavy pro t ccrt ion of th ii'i tiet- that the businesintere',ete of the Ulnitedl
tied land in Florida is rcoi.e ,s.d of yelI- States are lehss anxious for government ---


low sand l ine urre'n'. on which a sal- rate regulation than they have been
amander must hustle to maintim ,exim- made to apple'ar. The National Board DUJ. O D
tence, and on which iiminigra;nts could of Trade in made up of local boards of B J*
grow only an Inferior crop of taw pal- trade and other husinessa amssociations all
metto and wire' grass." lm this worth- over the country, nnd it is a pretty good Or Ci
less land in Jefferson count v? We have- representative of business sentiment.
never een pipers in Floriait refer in The convention refusd to pass resolu-
this way to the State. If Florida in so tions in favor of giving the Interstate S*******.....
barren we have been m'nintaken Commerce Commission power to fix
The News also gives the following rat-s. It did pass resolutions in favor Dise tes e. B e, E e. - .1 Spaesty.
picture of good times in Jefferson: of leaving the rate question to the
"Drive over our county roads and see courts.
the evidences on either hand Farm The way Southern business men look Of iee In elM d pial r eak
houses are being painted, wire fences at the railroad situation is shown by the Om0'.
are being built, tenant houses are being stand they took in the convention. The
put into cultivation But, alas our Southern delegates led the fight against Ti
roads remain the same rutty, bumpy, the proposition to give a poUUltceom- co ae I NatNe.
bogy., ridg, hillyj loppy, mesy, mule- mission power to say how and where VITM 11 AuR3li WrM T1 ALL CRUD.
aa a waS recemntlybusaine shall be done in the Uuited M tt l
pa a rIng the internal m- States. The feeling that sueh a deal D. ofhum a;s emtuy.S o w.
rovemenfnd among the counties for would not be fair to the South ha been ow *P GM*M e .. W4
he buldin otgood roads. If It were growing among her buimnes men for w" wHSSTW dew %M
bei pent as provided blaw, lastead some time. People are coming to as iie rA as e Simian
of n building drdg the roads of that it a government commielo sehokl e- ~-w Me
Jefferson county mhtbe better. be influenced by seetional or party In* at


Miat uMarch v 1-
ear Sir: An lessedto advins that
here is no real esaee sor quarantine
rietion aalastHavan aad the aso-
rities of the 8. Mare Hepal
vice at Washington have notiedme
t their order to enforce quarantine
nd afterMaub 1 hap been reeld-
ad the older will not be made ..
tIve as long a the present healthy
edition e etinue.
ur ships will continue on their pres-
schedull until further notice and
It can be delnaitoly assumed that if
rantine is put on that due notice
I be given, there ia no reason why
one wishing to visit Havana should
do so.
beg that you give general publicity
his information by advising your
nds and those interested.
Yours very truly,
C. L MYEz,
nager Peninsular and Occidental
Steamship Co.
Another Drainage Well
he day of drainage wells has struck
ando. In addition to those sunk at
sink-hole and the one recently in
ration at Lockhart's novelty works
West Orlando, the one which the
tractors have been drilling on the
ool property reached a cavity yes-
day at a depth of something over 200
t
When it was thought the cavity had
n reached the fire department laid a
e of hose to the well and turned in
water to tes the working capacity
the well, and it took all that could
poured into it. This settles the mat-
of sewerage for the school house
i is another pointer for the city, indi-
ing the plan for a city sewerage sys-
i. Orlando Star-Reporter
For Sale.


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hty-five acres good land; good five-
m residence; plank and wire fenc-
; city water; telephone; good barn.
mirably adapted for poultry, stock
truck.
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Among the blank forms kept in stock
at The Truem Democrat offie are the
following:
Deed-No. 1. Conforming to thestat-
ute.
Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended
acknowledgment for dower.
Mortgage-No*. 1 and 2. as above.
ChattelMortgage or Bill o Sale, with
Note.
Crop Mortgage, with Note.
Turpentine Lease.
Promissory Note.
We also have a supply of "NO AD.
MITTANCE" signs.
Call and see them.
A Favorite Remedy for Sables.
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy a favorite with the mothers of small
children. It quickly cures their coughs
and colds and prevents any danger of
pneumonia or other serious consequen-
ces. It not only cures croup, but when
given as soon as the croupy cough a-
pears will prevent the attack. Forsale
by all Druggists. *
To Rent)
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.
Notice to Creditors.
THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF
Henry J. Richardson, dceased, havin been
cueIrgeted by the administrator. all persons hav.
ing claims mainct said estate are hereby notified
to appear and tile the ame with theCounty Judge
of Leon county. Florida. on or before March 7th.
016. R. A. WHITFIELD.
County Jud- .
Tallahamsee. Fla.. September Ist. 1905.-lem-nm.


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W b The Internal Improvement And is what wil be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board!


THIRD TRUz DEMOCRAT. ?GR.AMw YmvA
m_ & C__LLI_ PaheDe. ar Sia-Youe or s tsa for Dete
t" =U laid aId =e f town and dournty.
PUma IvTY _MDAT _M IIo ~~ The w ledo of it turns as

W1. it C i CT tMAke p. ustandtrue patL.
The Capital P ibsibag Co.'s sheet, in It ia the stngest patient.
t.A i.Wu of Pebrwa y 17th, gives the It is ull m1 sur." .
very best reasons why the Everglades sproporoned for strength
drainage should be done by private eon- masaure.
tract. We are surprised that such food (1) It takes least for a ob.
reasons for It should come from such ) Looks best all the time.
source, and give it to our readers, as (4) Gathers the trade, and holds
follows: ., customers.
o Contract Canal.-The reports sent There is no such argument for any
out from Washington to the effect that other paint; there is no other much
the administration at Washington had pa nt; th-re is nothing but talk for any
decided to have the work of construct- other paint. Devoe is the paint, if you
ing the Panama canal done by private want the facts on your side.
contract, were entirely premature. The country is full of exp-riences;
Official announcement was made on we bring these exniin n-es to bear on
Monday that the administration had no your trade.
idea of doing anything of the kind, and Yours truly,
it is not necessary to go very far to find F .W VoE & Co.,
the reason why. If the canal were to 31 New York.
be constructed by contract the adminis- It is reB.iredi t JLr'g '. B Park-
tration would be deprived of an enor- hill. of the Sut r in:e .ui t of this State,
mous amount of political patronage of will he a c' ,d'date to uceed himself.
great value to the Republican party, This fact w be -ratifying to the peo-
hence such a plan is not to be thought p.e of Floa ida. -s Judge Parkhill is ree-
of for a moment. The building of the ogniz d ;,s l of the mr,.t lel:rned
canal by the government will provide jurists of t!c Sate. brilliant orator.
thousands of jobs for the faithful and a guntlof an of high kieas and con-
who will get them and draw their pay scious di a gentl 'an ihsville Sun.
without doing much to earn it, whereas cio din isvill Sun.
if the work were to be given out by Judge J.,req I Wh tleld, of this
contract the contractors, standing to county, will a!.s b- a candidate for re-
make or lose a good deal of money, election, and of co.irse i friends
would be governed by sound business throughout the Etate will rally to his
principles, hence instead of putting suuplort. .
small fry politicians in responsible pos- Eczema, Tetter, Salt R.ieum, Itch,
tions requiring skill and experience, Rin Worm Herres, ar-
they would employ men familiar with Rin Worm,'Itch
the work required of them and who ers' Itch.
would attend to it in a business-like All of tlhe;e di.w .s:, are attended by
way. So there is not the least reason intense itc in- whir.h ii almost instant-
to think that the contract plan will re- relieved by a.p!lyinr (Chamberlain'
ceive any consideration whatever unless .alve ani i v its continue I u.e a )er-
the construction of the canal under gov- maient cu 'r may be cf cthd It nas,
ernment supervision and political au.- in ftt, cutc-ed many ca.-s' th:t had re-
pices becomes such a disgusting ma,.s istd ;:ll other treatment Price 25
and scandal that the people will compel ents 5 er Iox. Fur sale by' all )Drug-
the government to relinquish the job Lsts .
and turn it over to responsible con- 'ee Brntmby!
tractors.
In all probability this will be the re- If vu 1. :n, ,,of Fornitu He
suit of the government's attempt at lu a ( H, 1a n w 1t Wlot 1nd wil
canal digging, but for a time, at least, *y sellYu r im f-o r ali kill astonishf
the political heelers and shouters of you. AiLo r.Ialon him fur ali kinds of
Senators and Congressmen are sure to smith work. 2-tf
fatten on the Panama salary list. Signs
are not wanting, however, that the STATENENT
American people are becoming serious-
ly impressed by the fact that the build- MarIe under Section 35, Chapter 4115. Laws of
ing of the Panama canal is strictly an Florida shwi;i the amount of taxet, charged
engineering problem and not a political to be Co I .t d for the current year 1t4 i. and
problem; that it should be under the theammirt inment of the samne to the ipveral
management of expert government en- funds foi which such taxes have been levied:
gineers, but that the work should be Total Tax YoM arch l t>, I . 7.429.
done by private contractors. This is --
the view taken of the matter by the Balance iN7.181.4A6
ablest engineers in the country, and it General Revenue $ 7.734.,55
is the conclusion, after a careful inves- Am't paid to. 'arch Ist. 1906 O.(.)M00
tigation of the situation on the isthmus, i -I- $7.7:4.f6
that has been reached by the Engineer- Am.t Paid to Varch lBt, 19'. 0(.0).(XO
ing Magazine. This publication, which i-.047.2
is recognized and accepted as an author- Pol. 1. 41.00
Am't ,aid to March Ist, 1906 25S.00
ity on engineering questions, insists not 1At1 .03.00
only on the desirability but the wisdom Fine and Forfeiture 3.S77.1i
of having the work done by contract. Am't paid to March lat. i90. 0.000.00
While it does not dispute the capacity l ia,,, ,d ridge 2.f7.1 7.18
of President Roosevelt and Secretary Am't paid to March let. 1i9 0.. 2 57.1
Taft, it asserts that no .-cvernment lc S...
equipped for such a tremendous under- at paid to March ist. I 1 .io1.2i
taking, because a great physical prob- --- a3.W.I.7
lem, in which are involved the facts and s7.si.4,
forces of nature, cannot be solved by Attest: H.T. FLKI.I:..
political engineers. In commenting on Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County Florida. March
he matter, the Engineering Magazine 'it. 1906.
says: COMMISSI NEAR'SS ALE.
"The work should be done as in the NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an or-
case of the New York subway or the der made on the 26th day of February. A. U. 1906,
Chicago drainage cana-upon pan theapplication of Chr W. Rcaro. aad
termined by a competent commission, ministrator of the of d my J. Richaibon.
under the constant and effective super- decme.d, s wi w b*te of the court"
vision of their engineers, tut by an or- house of Leon thenrd
ganization, a mechanical equipment and ad 2 pA. m.l, m for eks. for the
working methods supplied by the con- purpWs- aifi o rt the to
tractors. This is, indeed, the method thegati.that cer-
by which the greatest engineering of IAon. a d deslrbed a follow
works of the world, and all over the to-wit: The nsthbeMt qurter.an the mast half
world, have been completed-with the oftheUouthw* qUetW**matsttgoob-
maximum of efficiency, the minimum of i tw hundred and forty aree, morwa les a.
cost, and the absence of scandal. josuIr. A. EA oMOne*.
"It implies no surrender of control of March 2. 11- w commaietawr.
any essential feature either of plan or ADMINITRAT(It'.S NOTricE.
policy. Any and every provision which N.,tice is her. ... ve ,,, a cr.itoris. l eate.-
national ideals or public expediency may and ,litr hute-' .i th' p-se o' llarrist I S-tay.
suggest can be embodied in the specifi- n, r, ieesed. late of leo" co ty. Plorida. and to
S cations. The public eye, as well as the e am. or i-mand .mrn., i:tn
official eye, can be and would be over two yers fe this date, the 20th day of Febru-
the work night and day. And it would ary, A. D. 150. otherwise all such claims will be
be easier even than now to secure, for former barred. w. A. DFMIILY.
the oversight and control, men who are Administrator of the tate of Harrimt i. Stayner.
above reproach, personal or profes- NOTICE.
sional."
But this practical. economical and NO OTICE t HER raia- iTA A ETI.T
business-like way of building the Pana- 34. T. i, N. R. i. E.. 4 and 21 T. i. s R. i. in
ma canal would eliminate from the Ineon county beMni. Ie Rie., minor
whole scheme a 'ast volume of political e to the count iJ. r-,.. Lfe'n county, Florida. in
patronage which will be of great bene- the city of Ta!la'aw'e. on the l2h day of April.
t to the Republican organization, hence 11. .M. R. Ri Guardian
it is absurd to suppose that any atten- M.rerh ir, ii- --w.
tion will be paid by the Washington au-
thorities to the expert opinions of the Pc iltical Announcements.
Engineering Mag zine when there are hai r u v 1 t


highly important elections to be held [Announcemn nt will be pubiah ad under thi,
within the next two years. However, head until after the PnarmElecLjwne at S5.
there is no reason to doubt that the in advance, for the fullti,
American public who are furnishing the
millions necessary to pay the canal bills To the People of Leon County:
and who will yet have a voice in the I hereby announce my candidarcyfur the -aitk.n
matter, are beginning to fully appreci- of state Senator from the ghth senator *I ai .
ate the fwat that the sooner thegovern.- trt. To rou I ubmit the qnsw.ton or my ,ualif.l
meant abandons the work of actual con. tautsm to relprent ye in that capacity.
struction and turns it over to competent If nominated by the Democratic primary and
and responsible contrtors, the oon eeted I shall devote ay tbet elforts to your serv.
and responsible contractors, the oone i.WA ,r iner and wIart a;.&l beo my
the country will see the completion of ole eoamrdaatio&a,
the canal and some return for the mill- Rolctill.N W HNDERSON.
Ions it has expended.
^***^**^VPerse. ses.fuile wsl
IvalaMe e We an=% To 9t4.tn Va U o t m c a er:
I have been suffering for the past sse foee sa sbhe ti
few yeam witA a aeere attack of toetieactionorthe mNuiepwribm .
Su eWaly thgb Ve talidva
CW W a aUd em
gwjs


siosaldistrict.
2nd. 1 shall oppos the reduction of the So)uth
rep ntatio in Cmorars
rd. I ahall do all that I can to have frow ruis'
mall delivery established throughout the hlistrrct.
4th. I shall end eavor U. have a thot ,.h e. ov
Ical survey mAe in earh county of this district* fin
the bernit of farne-rs and all roneern'd.
60U. I shall work for the proper advertimsment
of the State and its resources, ard encouraxc the
investment of capital.
th. 1 shall work to place Florida on an oqual
footing with the leading States of the Union in
education and industries. and the various progress*
sive deve aopmnents that will la benefical to the
stata.
Tth. I favor the increased and extreme of the
*e l1 real atkonhip of the United Statee s-
*a e 1 ab1e hasis wi the Wvars. natem e
la ils adf th world. Is eader that the finme @f
the Ioth may fin4 a ready mAr hear Mdr t.
t i other products atlpayingPrm,a tat



8e Colm i tf yoe went JobaP"tti.


t 41he y,
bWs Ibs D-uo- g s m L- o -.

T7 I e Io D& b m an: ce

To haoPooetaaer (atcom-.
I a u e mi _t a candidate for the
LaWv W f t maGt eneral Assembly of
uto.0ote the *aal of the Dmocratic
pus mI na Publicaffa I think
mdUsi that yes ka lwill do It faithfully.
Tos Trly. owi a F. Dus.

Having fouffht the battles of De ocracy in the
political arem for forty yeara I feel Justified now
In aubmalttinI my aome the brotherhood of De-
mnocracy asa candidate for the House of Repreemn-
tatives of the Florida Laeslature. to be chosen at
the Denaoerati Primary on May 15. the present
year.
In making your decialon. I kindly ask that you
welsh the matters of ability and experience frum a
long and faithful servieoo for the party, between
the respective candidates for this honor. It ought
to be purely a question of competency, then let the
"Survival of tho Fittest" prevail.
W. 1. V4AS1o.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
Having done my very beat to serve you as a
member of the Board of County Commisaionerb
during the present term. as a conscientious anti
faithful official of that Board. at the solicitation
of a number of friends. I have decided to ent< i
the Democratic Primary for renomination as C' .-
minsioner front District No. 4.
Thanking one and all for their ,support.
I am respeefully. JOHN I'. MooRE:.
To the Demoicratir Voters of Len County:
I take thin method of announcing that I wil' I4
a candidate before the next DI)mniocralic l'rimn.\
for theo priition of County Conmin'ssiner for n.i--
trict No. 2, of leon County. I !i-rtt myself. .:
elected, to work for an economical administrate i.
of finance of the county.
RFhispectfully I. (. .JiilNSmiN.
To the Democratic Voters of IARn tCounty:
Having served two terms as a memnitbr of the
Hoard ot County Commissioners- for la^en ('oulcoiv
at the solicitation of a number of friends. I tae
this means to announce that I will lt, a candidate
for re-election from district N. 4. 4, subject of coutie
to the action of the Democratic primary. Thank-
inx w.t and all for their aup|ort. Iv.lect fully.
W. 1). ST,1'TEMIRF.
I hereby announce myself a ci'a.il,!at.t fo,r ('urty
Coumrnmii.loner from District No. :i.
J. W. Cotl.INS.
To the Det'moratic Votfrs of l.or'n (.Culit.v:
llaving striven t Wserve th, i.np il of IA n
county faithfully and satisfact,,r aa tolwic'i t in
from a large number of frienrI I hae' ,cle'iclelt o
run hIefore the coming Primary f. r roe-imiinutti i
fr t ,uriiy ( Cmniissiorer. I)imtr t No. 1.
Thankinig al for support.
It slietfully. F. (. SMITH.
For County CommlisIoner. District No. $.
To the Demniratic Voters of I.4,:, ( Cunty:
I relpectifulhy announce that I am a ,.anldidat.
for re-le eton to the office of County tComniatoii-
or for ): trict No. ,. subject to th, action of ( l).
De)t'ocratic vrlnmary. If re-electe.d I A i l%4 Pik for
the hest ir terest of the people of I,ein count y.
1 am respectfully. W. A. REGl;ITE'R.
For School Commissiooer For District No. 3.
To My Many Friends in the D)rnKlatic l'art.y Of
Leon County:
I hereby announce myself a, a candiriate for
Sehrel GCommissioner from District N-. ;i of ,4,-r
counrity. Thanking you for y)ur Iast support. I
hope to receive the same in the future.
Respect'ully. DAWsoN IBOATWRIGIT.
We. the friends tf l1. F. Page, hereby announce
him as a candidate for School (Comimmsioner for
District No. 3. and respectfully ask the support of
all the Democratic voters of Leon county, subject
to decision of the Democratic Primary. Mr. lPa c
is well known to be a faithful worker for the In-
tereat of hi e people and we recommend him for
the place.
MANY Fi'IEFNIe .
To the Democratic Votern of Leon County:
I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-
nomination to the offce of School Commissotnei
for the First District of lI-on county, mubj.ct to,
the action of the Demociatic Primary. to t he'hi
May 1". i;>.
Very respectfully. JOHN H. I'ATTr-I:a N
For Tax Assessor.
Tallahn-es,, FPi. Feb. 20th. 19W.
To the Deemociatic Vter of Leon County:
I r.-specit:ully announce my candidacy for re.
nom natio:i toe theltlc'e of Asseomor of 'Iaxon, for
Le,O county, subject t,, the Democratic Primary.
For y'jir lait kindlnes and consideiatlon. I
thank ye i \ery much. a il will very gratfully a,-
pireiatMi a tre-R'ilection at )our hands.
WILLIAM O0. AMu~.
For Tax Collector.
Tallaha.-se. Fla., Feb. 20th. lUsP
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I h:rel,y respectfully announce that I will i. n,
candidate for re.nomnination, for the fitie of 7a,
Coll.,-tor of Leon county. subject to the act.,on o'
the Dernmoc atic I'rnnary.
I thank ail my lii ient f,,r their pa-t favors anc:
ma,,y k ndn.iss. and a coi.tintanice of t.if ,
fav,,ors s.d k nd(nstu'.,c waml i- rent alprec e'e-i
Y,,ulI. very rol.>-,trf lyY. W A. DI:MII.I.V.
Tallahn-nee, Fla Match f. 1:#
To the Ienmocrat V termss of len ,ourit y:
I r,..pectllty annouc e that I an1 a cn'ilialnt.
for thw tlit. r,l Tax C'o,'i.cor of lI-.n lonty. >r .
Ject tothee as't,', e. f the It'rn 'rat c I'riran ry C |
tion, and r-r.s|r.ctfll.y t,,rec't the sulrl.ort rif ,'v, e
goe sl cit r,,ii < l, ,-'n )coini I t

For Ciunty Trea*surer.
To the' Demornrat VtT rs of lI-on county
I herelby aniouinrc' tn -r f as cfr.lta iHre forr i'
section as T' tei.'asrer of Ie'r.n ('cou ly. ilj,, ite
the actr,n of the Ih-mnrni,,' I'riesta I id, t ,
thank the voters of I.ern Icunt) for the-r |>tl ,, I
dial oup.iort.

To the Voters of Ieon ('C i.ty:
I ltereiy annolince my...lf as a ,an'clniai. fc r<
nrmnination for the ,rtlce. ,,f Superv -er rf K, '.. I
tration of le-on county. .ctject t,' t ,ear.ttri t ,' l i
Democratic Primary I thank the \otr ref 1..
county for their past nsUiport, and rrill 'r.s' ;.,
prectate the sUne favcrr at the P'rmary May '
Yours respectfully. SAiK,. I'K ('IIAIR
Cenr eueaal Aaseaatemeat.
I hereby announce that I am a randitat> c
Congress in the Third C(ongresinerl lhieti ,
the State of Friirida. iij. cts e to the Irc, r't
primary that will he 1hl' in 19n'. And I sha. ,
elected, work unreas nk > and vote lri
lst. Appropr.atiors for the it.rvenwnt rf the
various ay, rivers and harbor ref this conrre,


Good looks, quite often,
are oily '"skin deep."

Therefore, in selectir your suit for Spring or Summer,
don't be misled into buying that which merely looks well-
and the market this year is flooded with such garments.
You also want 1'cari1- qua/i/y. lParticular buyers will find
l// the protection tihvy need in The Bell System label, which
stands for the choicest products of the lootm, the latest
style, the artistic cut with its symmetrical lines, and
conscientious tailoring--all at a reasonable price. You can
prove your ability to discriminate against inferior brands
by buying The Bell System Clothes.


Deosgned and To;lored by


Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co.,


Cincinnati, O.


SOLD BY


DUVAL


BROS.,


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


L-


A Cup of White Houso or Blue Label
1oca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the he. rt of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
gKm o'jr brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cof-
fte we sell arc teas, which principle
holds gotxi throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the bent of fiod
products -those we have tested o rr-
selves, and so can stand by the:.
J. W. Col.l.INS. (;"ocer.


r-.- -" '-V -_


USE GAS


Its b-4UI


CI aper
und n,,.rc-

, at,*sf 4r tc ry


for


IIG, 17 1 N (- 9

COO INCG,

;Z. T;NO


FUFaL.


a 0


rb.

GAS

COMPANY.


WI -61


1906


OI ,*.-ning


PATTERN HATS


Wednesdayay Mar. 14th.

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 Ne ,iulroe St.


Talh sc-.e, Fleiida.


1906 f




LONG DISTANCE TELEPIONL
Use the long distance telephone,
Connections can be given to any point
on the Southern Bell System. Pubbe
longm distance telephone at Central ofei:
Coupon ticket books sold at a diseno
Apply at Telephone ofle.
-tt W. L.N Moo M6,

See J. D.Caywbmo
aa nien hror y a
will give you the %R.*a
--*jpdees.Rj-^


&C.k


r)


SYSTEM joTliE


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Big


Line of


Mattins


Summer


for the Spring and


Trade.


NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.


EXCELLENT VALUES.


More Than One Hundred Diferent Patterns.


Which we are offering at 15c, 18c, 21c, 25c, 27 1-2c,


30c, 35c, 40c,


and 65c per yard, by the roll.


"You pays your money


and takes your


choice".


Come early and get what you want, you will be pleased and


we will be delighted.


This sale lasts only while we have the goods.


We have bought the biggest stock of Matting ever purchased at


one time by a Tallahassee firm.


We got it at a low figure and we in=


tend to sell it close.


COME AND SEE!


OX


FURNITURE


COMPANY


are what make genuine DBTROIT STOVI WORKS fuel saving
Jewel Stoves and Ranges


the cheapest stoves In the world, no matter what you pay.
prices, we know we can satisfy you, and ask you to call and


yourself. We sell and recommend
L.C. YAEGEI
TALLAHASSEI!.,


Fence I


If you intend t o leo 'Fnc-
ing, it will payy you to Itoee
me before purchi.sing.
I am general l Aglnt fr
the male of the' E,,, i nly
Fence, and know it Ito Itv
the very
BEST and
*HEAlPES 7
Can be built f, r le-h tl,.i
15 cents a Hiedl.
William Roberts,
SALES AGENT.
40-tf Centreville, - Florilan.

The tax books for the current year
are now in my possession and I am
now ready to collect taxes.
W. A. DuMILLt.
U-Tax R91dtor.


As for
satisfy


d Jewels.
R Dealer In Light and Heavy
Ri Hardware, Palnts and Oils.
S - FLORIDA.

LANARK
ON THE GULF.
as an ideal Hunters' 1 1s :' t be?
surplanss l 45 tmil south of
Tallahasew, Fla. on the
Georgia. Florida & Alabama


Coincidence.


()ne man writes what another has
written many years before, and this
happens over and over azain, without
any lack of originality. It means not
plagiarism, but some uniformity in en-
vironment and in the structure of the
human mind:
"And fear not let Exisatence, clhming your r
Ameeiunt, andrl mirne.. should know the. hke no more;
The ft.rnal Sak i from that bowl ha. e ar'd
Millins of bubble, like us, and will pour.
We certainly, in the wildest divag-
tions of our fancy, never deemed our-
selves original, and hence are unbruised
when a friendly corremanmder t finds
some sentences in George Meredith's
"Diana of the C(rossways that strong-
ly suggest to him both our manner of
invective and certain cartoons of Mr.
Kemble. "It was one of those journ-
alp ...... dedicated to the putrid of the
upper circle, wherein initials raised
sewer-lamps and Asmodeus lifted a roof
Il ering hideously. Thousands detested
it hend fattened their crops on it," et
I oeuitur. Mr. Osborne our friend, t e ll
might have added also, elaborated the oURIaStU W
simile of Aamodeus with much effect; TWH IG UG r AT
and yet not Mr. Osborne, with his As.- OSS O Voic L uS T Pil AND
modus, or Mr Kemble, with hissewerPTNLTELUAGS.
or ousrelves, with the general similar- nPECTtOLnTON, ENtL SMG&
ity of style, had any memory of this Endorsed by leading physicians as the BD ST remedy for
sentence in "Diana," which doubtless Chlldren a Croup and Whooping Cough because
all of us had met somewhere in the cor- i
riders of the past. The trifle is of in- t contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
terest, for it shows how much alike are hound Syrup is mild and benignlt isadapted to infants, as well
beings such as we. Man as a race may as adults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
be, indeed, "a noble animal, splendid
in ashes and pompous in the aven" hihs Raem haile Tesimonial.
but he, like other products of fecund
Nature., offers plentiful repetition cf M &I. .W.W. VANS. WeswatR. Kiias. wmes:--My .usan
similar moods and features. Collier's mp o r mr a bottle doct r toldmeahfehod u. andk
Weekly. q W roumuda bottle of Bfllards HofsbOdD7rU a
Sourned hwm. He wa well man, but we always k ee
Cltears t ia p- ea11-. 111 t1b hitese. and think Ihas no equal for pulmon ary M
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimu- KW NtoTlSi SS t Cut oEvesi ttle Grarsat L
latest the liver an thoroughly cleanses S i susI.I g. sae1.0.0.
th dd eahe system and cears the complexion BA I MS W ST M
of pimvles and blotches. It is the best O IS


Ralway. laxative for women and children as it
(. T A G R i mild and pleasant, and does not gripe
Wi (C., T. & G R.t or sicken. Orino ia much superior to
Wt* h *walkn t ul the eet pills. aperient waters and all ord!nr.rv
Huntjng Grounds cn rtica t it doe not irritate the
O Iomach and howels. All dealers. *
In the South: Qunil Wild Duck and ---...-.-
Turkev,. Her aid l Per Plentiful. NIcest Oc ia OCity.
T''rains Atoll at To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
LANARK NN. with all conveniences. Can he used in
S-one large room or made into tihrit
M.-xhrn, Well Eqi iptl id Hote-l, Steam rooms Woul',I make a .ilndid place
il.tdl. lt I ctlia ,t t f i ting im- for lotie or club oom. Apply at True
m.lhatelvy 11 th,. (, l. v.'ry facil"y D)emocrat Office
atronled" fr tih ,iis in I ul, wat.rrs.
\\ hte Sulpthur 'r min,- in HIotel Schedule T. S. R. laI!road.
SGroind with ll,,Itped Swimming i' 'l. ,Effective November 22 the T. S. E.
hounid Trip l.ate.s va tG. IF & A. Iy, train for Wacissa will leave Tallahassee
llong daily. final limt April 30th de t at 2 p m. daily, except Sunday,
For information call on your near returning to arrive in Talh e at
Ticket Agent or write to, 4:30 p. m.
A. D. ZACHARY. Mgr.
Lanark Inn Fla.
J. H. McWILLIAM8, G. P. A.
G. F. & A. Ry. ,albridge, Gs. 0L


*OLD AND ICOMMNDEOO BY
ALL DRUGGISTS.

JOSEPH DUNCAN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE

Old Kemper Livery Stables.


EVERYTHING ON WHREL.


REGISTERED UNDERTAKER


sPAN


BUHIAL ROSES AND SHROUODL
MARLSL MONUMENTS AND GRAVE STONES ERECTIAg
ALL HOURLY PHONER I &
L<\^Hc.'i


--


3)


50c,


D.


R.


C


Economy


U TO 100 N. MOFROea T.
AND EMBALflEkR.


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