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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: May 11, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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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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1906.


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


EVE GLADE tirely t was to their interests to let OUR COUNTY I information, to which the general pub- PEOPLE'S SIDE
EVE GLADEhim and his drainage committee go on I lie is equally entitled.
PROPOSITION and drain those lands at the expense of DADS MEET. In a Fforme letter the editors were OF DRAINAGE.
somebdoy else for their probable ulti- advised that "the Bureau is conducted
mate profit. strictly 'in the open.' with its purposes
Major Abrams' Letter No. 2,$hw [ : UMILLIONS ON A LAWSUIT. plainly stated, in the interest of all of
Major Abrams' Letter No. 2, Showing :uleto u hi o f aws *Tn w ReglarM ting e B rd Coanty Co Cm-. itheunfor aten a te victim f noispiacot NTERPRiSING CITIZENS ENTER A
the Drainage Scheme Up for What would bethoughtof a man who t m5 official power in the drainage district. VIGOROUS PROTEST.
What it is Worth while engaged in a lawsuit involving missioners Ieold ay 1, 1906. in particular. and of the people of the
the title of a piece of land, proceeding' Ful.
Jacksonville, Fla., April 18, with full knowledge of the lawsuit nd Full board present and regular order whole State in general The current'

Editor of the Metropolis: *with full knowledge of the fact that of business proceeded with with the is- expenses of the Bureau are provided Pamphlets in.. g Seat to All Veters.
for by "the unfortunate victims" in:
In the speech delivered in Jackson- the courts might finally determine the suing of warrants against the several the drainage district, for the very plain Warning Them Againast the Pre-
ville, Governor Broward, as the news- lands did not belong to him, to spend an funds as follows: and quite unconcealed purpose of pro- posed Coastitutlonal Ameadmoat.
paper reports state, boldly charged the enormous sum of money in the improve- testing their property from unjust tax-,
railroad companies with being behind ment of such land before there was a General revenue-...--.--------... $863.81 tion, leading to practical conscation, Some lterestn Facts and Figre
the opposition to the plan of draining final adjudication of the litigation. He Fine and F. ..-...---. 359.04 and of arousing the people of the entire Are Frisheld.
the Everglades. would be regarded as little short of in- Road and bridge.............129.18 State to a realizing sense of the dangers
Up to the present time I have not sane; and yet this is precisely what the ---__ which threaten them and their property Watter S. Graham, Miami; M. A.
heard of but a single railroad company drainage board is doing and what Gov- Total ............. 1,352 03 should the glaring iniquities of the Marshall, Dania; C. T. McCarty, Ft.
being engaged in the litigation now ernor Broward says he intends to pehr- Theboard ordered he clerk to notify drainage scheme, in its present shape, Pierce, T. M. Murphy and E. L. Les-
tion over the tax. money of the owners of the land taxed, Mr. C. W. Blount to look out for and heperpetuated indefinitely by being en- ley, Kissmmee; T. Parker, M. B.
ONLY ONE RAILROAD INTERESTED. but also the funds of the trustees of protect the bridge across the Ocklock- grafted into the adoption of the King, W. W. Langford J. G. King nd
the Internal Improvement Fund, and nee river at Jackson'Bluffaser through the possible adoption of the' King, W. W. Langford, J. G. King and
AsYmaterofRActual faTEThe tr e Internal Improvement Fundi and s rive r tJ pending Constitutional amendment i R. E. Hidden, Arcadia; Walter G.
As a matter of actual fact, there is that, too, without the slightest author- contract and bond filedfor the fulfill- pe ng Constitutional amendment. R. E.Whidden, Aradia; Water G.
but one railroad company really inter- itv of law. ment of the The fact is now well known that the' Lya r, WR.M r Washburn and T. M.
tested in getting these lands, and for When the act of 1895 was passed the It was ordered by the board that the adinia i nItin"a ti Lybass, Ft. Myers, prominent citizens
this reason: The Pensacola and Atlan- suit of the Louisville & Nashville Rail- "road and bridge fund" from the tax th irularhunt policy, and is loing the State, outh Florida, have issued a pam
tic Railroad, now owned by the Louis- road Company and of the other roads roll for the year 1906 be apportioned to tory newspcirculars articnd pamphlets, and laud- of South Florida, havending issue to all the vpamt-
ville and Nashville, has the oldest land clmiand w the svr com si rs'dt satory newspa perarticles. through vari-1 phlet and are sending it to all the vot-
ille and Nashville, has the oldest land claiming these lands was and is still the several commissioners' districts ous avenues ke the tax collectors and era, appealing to the people of Florida
grant of any railroad in the State. It pending. The Governor and his associ- after deducting the following appro ous avenues like the tax collectors and era, appealing to the people of Florida
claims every acre of land owned by the ates knew this when they created the nations: For the McCall bridge 0 tionax assessors; by calling to the voters outside of the rest f enoteet draintolerable injustice
State within the Everglades under the 'dra editit. Four ofthefivemem- and for airbnks Ferry brie, drainage district the votr outid of they arena warningof the present o drainage e law, and also
grant given it in its charter. The other bers o the drainage committee consti- then the balance to be divided equally not now beinageistrict taxed fabut thsayin oth- against the danger to guard threatens the
clailradshavingland ilrant have junior the Board of Trusteesof the Internal among the districts, being approx in offuureintention to taxthem) entireStatethrou ther seddrain-
claims. The only railroad running par- Improvement Fund They have official matey for $340 each and by sending *"statements" of the age constitutional amendment. The
allel to the Everglades is the East Coast knowled e of the suit of the Louisville It was ordered that road as laid out Trustees of the I. Fund x oticio pamphlet ina complete answer to the
Railway, and it as the youngest of all and Nasville Railroad (ompanv claim- by committee consisting of Messrs. J. )rainag mm ners- with ('nfan- open letter of G rnor reward which
the grants. Furthermore, under the ing these lands. As the Board of Trus- Britt, E. '. Russell and T. L Coe, ra on mansion warrants h for a month ssed n scattered
act of 1893 giving it the grant, it could tees of the Internal Improvement Fund, the Jackson Bluff road to the Bi rated v't.r.ns pension w warrants, has for a monthroupassed been scattered
receive no land for any part of its road they are defendants in that suit. And place, on the Smith Creek road, be andr thik is c lstve evidence that t bh In th campaign that resulted in
constructed after May 31, 1898, and a yet. with this knowledge, they are ac- is hereby declared a public road f.isnis of h. ,ln.,ievidec m.that hthe rowr the campaign that resulted in
large part of its road was constructed tually expending the fund held bv them It wa.s ordered that the road ndl friends (f the ,moxious neihsure have Broward's election heused a map. The
after that date. It certainly would have in trust for the people of the State of bridge money left over from thet a,- cid ot te ake an open fight. utabov citizens have ae map of thein r owu,
no reason in opposing the tax if it was Florida and taxing the owns of over portiment of the sam from ta ro r their still hunt a- which there. also sending the ma are
to receive any considerable portion of 3 I acres of land an aggregate of year l!i94 he divided between Conmmis- I"al il. voters. A cowipani n the minaprare
the lands in the Everglades. I under- over $1).MMI per annum for the benefit sions Register and Moore.r I .t thc t, litrs f Flor Ida conihr the following facts an f figures:
stand that this company owns about of these very lands, the title of which Contract for repairs to Leon count t t','y *. 1 ,;t, flly vxanm O t, 'I 1( Total land area drainage dis-
150,X000 acres of lands subject to the tax, is now in litigation No am,,unt of con- jail is hereby awarded to Messrs(' tai hi-t r th drana laLx ,tis trict acres 7.(>0i>,000
while the aggregate area of land taxed fidence in the result of a lawsuit war- and II. R. Sauls for the sumof $35;..A,0. liltin ali i i l til, ati w'hichi i ltl ,l hi A rea of State lands not taxed
by individuals is over 3.0(X),01 It is a rants any such reck less ex enditurF if which was the lowest bid submit ted. I '. asd I1 ri.ach th on slmirt li, .an for drainage acr's 3,.l)00,00
small matter of business to see if the public none~y as is involve in the pro. contractt for building l ridge acrs s' wh catn tllil Il their r it r Ara' of private lands taxed
Florida East Coast Railway was a ceedings of t'he t ustees of th, Intorn.l Fisher creek at the Bran .roVsings wi ,,f t ,r n, fl bl' te vtl for draiviH othes a crest.xe
claimant of any considerable portionn (if m p roiemi nt Fuid. If the l.,uiSvillt e awarded to Alex Burns f,,r the sum I f,'f i riuavi .i ;r' p st ii ti Aret of other lands not toxed
the Everglades and these lands were of an Nashville r ai lroadn to, any wins $10 e which was the owst bidsub-ther t tthir tfr drainages 70
the value Governor Broward estimates their pending .lat, every dotlr expend- mitted. wissfii latii tcunmat a ni t ruh t worth Area t of r 1'er Gladas c .i1-
after being drained, it would be very edl hy the odrain.ge i.ard r so much George W. Hale is hereby appointiedl iifirm.t ii mccti'rling the drainage tained in '"ig Saw (;rs"
willing to contribute 5 per cent of the money made a preser,t of out of the janitor for the court house for the hal- s'h'tl' ald, ti W%'," t4h-irt ftlhtw-titi -,acres 75t0,000
cost of draining them and thus get the funds of the trustees or out of the ance of the year 1906, and that his corn- i'ens thr, ihimt th', Sat,1. of the dan Area off lower Wlades, includ-
owners of 2,850.000 acres to bear 95 per pockets of the taxpayers now taxed to itnsation for such services be fixed at gers which will' fiminace vver:ndy Property ing "The Clumps, acre ,f1,),0000
cent of the burden of taxation to drain the railroad com >any, or as absolutely 30 per month. ('witr ift h' i iis itit tuial anendintlnt Total acreageof State of Flor-
the Everglades lands for its benefit. thrown away as i the money had lIen, The following bonds for carrying fire shmh iv AhletI NvwsmEAn. ida acres 37,921,520
BOON TO THE L. & N. made a bonfire of and burned, arms were apl rovetd and licenses or- Resolutiont of Respect. Arflowed lands acquired by
Certainlythe Louisville and Nashville AND FOR WHAT? dered issued: S .I. Powell, to carra afl landsractfiredsb
C Colts 32 calit re double action revolvrt, .At a meeting h.I lt in l' .wth. flil ,,n Stato, under act of Co(gress
Railroad Company. which claims the And if the trustees of the Internal and A. M. Mash, to carry a Smith & l'hurs.day ve''niliv. MLay 3d. l Is, tIe of 1850 acres 21,(~),000
entire body of land within the Ever- Improvement Fund win the suit. to Wesson 38 calibre pistol. following r..s,,iut,,,u w.r,.i una1ittici.ol v (According tic the contention of the
glades, would have no reason to oppose what end will this money have been ex- The following named peisons wear l.l.ted. drainage board, if constitutional amend-
the drainage of it. It owns but little ended in the absence of anv knowledge ordered added to the list of county pen- Wire a. I il Iis i init '" meant passes all these l bonds may be sub-
or no land within the drainage district. of the extent or scope of the work now sioners, and that they receive of $1.cu I.'i t' crII ti, r'''. io, v.th.' ti. ither jeeed to trainthe tax.)
ftheextentorscopeofathe work now sioners. and that they receive $1.11Ir r Ie j'ected to drainage nax.)


If the United States Supreme Court
affirms the validity of the grant, the
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Com-
pany would certainly prefer to receive
tlese lands drained than undrained. If
these lands are not worth 50 cents an
acre now while in a condition of swamp
and overflow and will be worth $50 per
acre after they are drained, I can see
no reason why the Louisville and Nash-
ville Railroad would oppose the State
compelling owners of other lands paying
the expense of draining the Everglades
for the benefit of this company. On
the other hand, if the Supreme Court
of the United States decides against
the claim of the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Comi any to these lands, it can
make no difference to the company
whether they are drained or not. since.
as they are rot called ul'on to even help
,ay for the drainage. they c rod i ,t
lose anything even it they ,!iel i.ot gain
anything
M01 I R HAIAm AI S 1 1 1 I I 1-1 1%' NT.
=Ti 1ike nar nr.r, .tl, 1., r- r:tilii;. '
c(lailm inri pi art f tl;he- 1:,r -. ., nr''nl '
junior r i itrn s, : ; t ': 're i. i
as the IL. ui i ll' ,i I. N ;,:.- l : I. I'
their cc tIit i t',: tl,;. t t. i l i- -
be d'% iW , (l 1, "i,;,t.i al w '),'. ci ('
I(Wt' ,' t i t l o I Il.t '- Y' ; 'i ri.' \ of I i ;.:
ter is -usi ,r< i't, th y \ oi'd i ri i' t r it,
have th ni di,' idl to t 0# ni lr.in i at
the exjense I' I'ornrl *liy ,'..e i,'i ,-r
than t, ce ive Ithein t ldrait l. I'
follows, therift'c ., lth,,t thet chart .'.
made ly I ;.ov'rrnor lioward in :;.-,
Vy speech is utte rlv witliout logic;!l tea-,n,
and I do not .e.iat.e to ) rtne urti e it
the veriest Iiece f deImagogisni eiver
perpetrated by a man holding his re-
sponsible position, and could have ha.i
but one object. viz: to excite the anti-
corporation prejudices of the ignorant
and unthinking
D -- N THE CORPORATIONS.
During the Napoleon wars, in the last
years of the eighteenth and first year"


starting. The drainage board has not
the remotest idea whether it will cost
$1(,l,0oo or $25.,000,Il to drain the Ev-
erglades. It has not the remotest idea
how much of the land when drained will
be fit for cultivation or for any other
profitable u.e. It has plunged in blindly,
without investigation, without survey,
without scientific data of any kind, ex-
cept tie ciudest ar.d most cursory, to
; spend the money belonging to the peo-
ple of the State, and t i mulch the tax-
payers in the extreme southern end of
the State of over $13t,0(W~N per annum
The members of this hbolrd have
plunged into the %;work in a
"Hlang the expense" spirit, dem-
on-trati g with what thi ertiil Iarnd phil-
,,so(phical ind,tfoi'tnee some men can
i.pend oth, r people's n.:oei.l\ if they gzet
at chatice to s1 ,nd it. If the y fail, they
airea not losers except in the' pubi-ic, (
!<,i whcwh wil; follow th m, a ,d I
s ,lTl itr that nmen w ho w ill rc e I with
-iit. 1 ti ,ur I.th ( .--ni s, arm pluni e i o a
I..', k '.,,k ,,t --ic'h nma':nittud', with
-, 'i'' lnire t nia a s"-mi il;.hti i' ,of in-
r't c n ;ii a e i r t like ''. to e '. r' i tth, n is elves. *it ,,r
" ithii\ r | n a! ty ''-t 1t.,r fe Ie
* i ' li i, ,, lit \- th ,.t f',i i!,re i1t.
r: t ii ,ny w.\ if et the r ,ii li;,r lir-
t,' i ,- r t, i h t i eir t' I r.cil-, i,
' -, L'r* t,'-t ,:<'rcl'',' It '. t|0,' t l, ,. -
S-f *i tie* ii ep t' rI iric a wiii s-
Ir e. w, ill lii\, i, ii wa, tf '.t d,. ;i, ild re'
. I I ar i thi' ''cirn he' pOllic" p'r int Iin
1 1 t I this. wiirk b ; 4 een 1 irecipitateily
ti c'l upon tihe i- po plej,' f hlorida i- rt
',r I e. w,,'rtl, f it Vanderbilt, but 'ir-
i a '-- nct ,'i\' Vartil, rilt.b icut in reck-
e-s .istiv rd',, f the right' o;f the ipro p-
erty .-urla-ses all the ,lutocrats put
t'.'t-thi r ;%rd n.u!-t n ake the sorulless
ci rr rat ions (;iotrnor Ii(owA.ird is sui
fer.rd of derounrinig (ard that I myself
at tirie s found it necessary to denounce)
bltuoh to think they have been so mod-
elate ar.d gentle with the public and so
regaidful 'of the tights of property


of the nineteenth centuries, it was said
that in England when parents w shed t,, AND IF THI RAILROADS WIN.
frighten their children they threatened Ard if they succeed in drawing the
to give them to Bonsparte. In like Everglades and the railroad corpora.
manner, it is now fashionable on the tioras claiming these lands win, will
part of certain politicians to damn the these centl.men be able to give an ade-
railroad ciromp: nies ard charge them quAte excuse or exi lanation to the pec-
with being the authors of every mess pie of Florida and to the tax papers
ure they advocate and which other pe, they have been desl oiling. why they
pie oppi se I'eronally I hioe the wi; have made a pre-ent of hundreds
, warmest regard for Governor Broward. of thousands., if not millions, of dollar
but his raising this old cry of "wolf" of money to tw i or three railroad 'cr-
by accusing the railroad companies of poratnl',n?
this State with I being behind the oppo- Just before the last prirrary for the
sition to this drainage tax is utterly ri- (;ul.eri trial r. diculous. So absolutely opipostd as it is ipred that an under rtandiinst had been
to the material intepests of the railroad arrived at between the .Loui-v '!le* nd
companies claimirg the lands that I am Nashville Railroad Compan. and tie
surprisid he should not,Jbefore making Jennir. -Hro,,ward faction. What truth
the charge, have considered how en- there was in these reports I do not


month each: Mahaley Jeffersonr. Term
Turner, Susan Moore and .Ja;mnie
Mitchell.
0 C. Parker was a1ptlinted to inspect
repair work on county jail
The board adjourned until the rpt' t lair
meeting in June next.

know, hut t-he vot in the wa strI. c0 tnll
ties of the State where the inthflunce if
this railroad com 'any is generally s.aid
to exist. exhibited the most groiteslqu.
and remarkable result Broward ar'id
Stoc'kton were supposed to be tie leea'l
ing candidates of nm. faction. Taitafer r
and Davis were the supposed candidlati
of the other facti'n. In the s. w' ,'r.,
(ountieM:, when the vote wa;s taliti a' i!
it was found that Broward and 'Ia';
14 rro ;practically itrn neck rnd ti ( il. t
,ie'ther, ii nd lh-i,' ,te for Sticklto' :mi
Dl)a'i.- appcari-d a-. tihhoughi idh-, t
r l (n tiI, tl yv w irl'. -11 i ,.irly air 1 1 I '
ativ m ilk in th:- 'ccoani 1it"'.' I ti -
w'hol "wh.i nII o. t rthi dratircing i' t t
';ver, r i.,l,-r c :.iri f i'chlrc ie fci ,
i ie' tit if r. r ,I I ii atll If
i 1 no I1., 1 i i, hv,, |av e .4 ,, .
tlhi- work run' t 'I. litigatli n txl k ,'
thO lid Ti 4. 1 ltite ial |rii(., .
t ,llc F'I t li ,cl it 'l I' i lie. a nl lh -\ -
it i. io l I.i i I I' ioit 'hat'f,' I-i.
1ihe- vr% .\ la i, p' fj' 't ,it' n i e .' lii
IorA ;r i d ," f ,, rtI i 4. 1 I
t hfI '.,' A l ,' # :. i v\" d, +'- (;,,\ o l t ,,
I. ,, ilil ,' in t f .., I iI cital-trt F'1I in' % ,i .1
Itn ,h .iIri 1l,.- .11!: 1,. d ,om panie- with
p ,i-cin g lh:! i dr.i eL' tax. when ties,
(tcri r''. -. a', ; *l rt.i'i, pavIng but the'
veris!t itatif ;ar i ,' ori ributing hut i
mi'.e ir lnoth in at all tow. ids thi,
woik, a rI 1 iit ;r ii-rk ly to prove'. if thi'
work is v.rril thruiirFh at (he exhrx,. 1s
of the t ;x payr.:v the only real bl'ne-
ficiarie- '.f it. .'i ,' ,
\ t I\ ('I.AIR-AHRAMS.
A PLAIN ANSWEP.
The I'etris;rt iai .1, i rnil notes the in-
augurtlitn tf 'hI, w'irk of the Florida
News Butr.ar n ita r drainage campaign
and ;,.' iv t',i,.'. Min questions, which
it aver- 'h. r' 'ikpaIwrs of the State
are nrtlt. dI t, i av', answered:
"V'M I,, ~ I ', :ir. ofice rent for thi,
anti-dr;.ir w' '..' bureau?' Who pI,,v.
C'lnor'.- t' 0 1'-'- -;.ilry for comv ilirani
the.l I. t.t.. i,tirl keeping the office
o.'en. 'he .I theogas bill and the
post;,.ge' lii i .e' office boy's weekly
stipedii'? A.' tr t a .tlv. after we find out
who iwvs i 't. v p.*v it '"
TIhe Jrourn!rra i qite right in clHiming
that the m.w-i,,'ipts are entitled to this


f1 ,Ilt bII, t i I. .Ai i ,% illl r' r i ijI
li ' %',, i,4 \ i niiti lilh suibli ls-
sin t, the vi 1l ,i f thi Suprort ,. ItR ler
ci t I n' tr .'. se I \\' r i I'' nouIct euntir t io -
ful of tl. i'. i l-' .ust m ,dl ly tire'
death ,i <, t I,- l ii | nl, nali-le worvai: .ll,
;Hln t, \ ;'l Ic\v thiat h .i' t TI I4 h'ft in
Ihli !il'.' it *'i'r Lrthel r lh..t c lan ni ver
I 1, 1iii .\ ihl\A,' ited' iri the r an l a n sin-
icr'' ( I 1 1 n 1 \. mni 1. Sh.r Irved I a life
\vihut rrii i'ni'h, aid left1.4 hbiinld her
an x.,,tic|) we ,l! wirti eriulat t g;
ther *, re.'
e. it r -' Iv,.l lvy 'i,,er, l, o I l N ,i. ,I
Knilihts f I'ylth;I -. that w 'A \tndl t>I
I.Ir l, itt', r.A t' .S ,lle r. ,,P r thn'i t' -lt
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W Ic r oeillec I.', rh v tr h ',
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Ilt';c :i . ,,f itp ,0io t:tl, t fi ,-
electi i th,.m.
It is.r hotaFl that ev'lr IA
a gew l delegation, i 11 11a n
ness wall a'c,, .ef,,re' lit'
the hearty c,,-., ,,rat ona
Elks is irre..tl,, cfi'streIl.
V'iar. lrate.rnal!y
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Keller's est inmatevtf ('cost of re-
clnmlation of |Pig Saw (;rass
only $9,S().000o
(;vi'v Hriowar's estimate ? 'i?" ???
I ject of drain.,ge tax '1o
draain Stite l"itIils.
Total of aunint first year's
tax on private lands, :.(I, -
a 'cs $1511,l)00
('l'6i.s inmay he increased this y'atr to
$31tasMI.(M ail contliaued f(r an l '. .I-
nite number of .evars. )
Total amount (of tax on State
hniil-, .si.so id<,ri' NO'IIlHIN(G
Please Get us Right.


n ii'tit s o- Ar .' n,\t r. ira' r tt' I00 ay Ihuat this
... i ,, ,'. I i r r cl t it \ tl 1 c.,' % \ I it h I h pres-
,, l i Ire r I, I' t I- I'li id.t i ti i is drnina.ge
\ ,' il i,. ,,,i t I'l i.n i rni,, t h i as c iit illd ey
r i t, ' r ri ai ;l' |r ;| i t ', 'l 1ir. oi, alil I roit-
M eet. '.\ .-'. nlinI, it,' t li ,' it .li tt'roe ws
i, i ,+o l i l I I I. 1 1', 1 I I' 11, in '; 11 d n-t ief1 s,
i 4: .ii ,I 0r1 f I I i f ( I I, ,'F' Inir tnin .s ;
a i i i 1 7 ,r i I ( I i t -.
,,,' [,l ; .n' i i. 1 1 l ; 1 n l IX h 'se
SIe t the
: ' 1 1. I i ; l v 4 .1 \ It L,'- t h o
SI r l 14 t It' il ',,'It. I fII s t f

S ' i I .

V fit I 1 1 1 .. i *t V 1 (1 ) 1 (1 1 t bo f
I-,I, l i t1 !' rI, tr r o',,,\ ,r' )
t 4.1.N 1 I. j it II q it 74.11
I' t' -tIut'e Ye,' that "1H11i ,f i'ar-
S, I l\i" they rinly yt, force us, tc give
I, iimail n ike -omt nigihlty interesting
:,- ,, n., i d* .cii il .idl it won't take v r\ many
;l', inres to m I tk e s p' ive it to the, pub-
S, ,, or lt us tell you once mole that
i A.'' ',. ". tre tired of this kind of conduct;
1 'n' t'l.'t il the lan u II, of the poor
SI "t l" irl, it isn t or the pneumatic
,,r If the < cushion variety of tired,
gi i i, ",, 'i< r Wt. are slway' arcc mmodating
I n .-' '..i ri n-:llly love to minister to the wants
n I. r," ",f Jtrcri'ai humanity. even where this
," i ",,' a .1' ,ng tnmay ite cl.used from that dis-
S al. s i i.owi t as the "big-head." Jack-
-'.n ill' Florid'an.


4c. I-cia
cV- '''''I
ci' tii~ i'


.iu i ke'p foicling with Editor Albert
'., l inu < of ith, Jacksonville Flori-
li it.. it youi \ i ilhbut you may look out
ft, it. :..nl ii i l lie good and strong


See lip f% hyl'iln it .d--, c 'o.f ie has i;onw.jlizs,
If N"'1i wil-h w, f '. i~t F rfi tui I[f.' '~, wi 1 w thc e ib. ccc sicson arise&%for it, the~
haj, jti..t ,dded ili i' itml.will itI-1zC %13 lget it all right.
~'f.1 ,.u at lric-, '. %I will
you". Alm, r. ( -n l* ih r I~ all kmdK 14 f
geneifral r, plilir t, ''Jil iticllu11ck. EUP1 FUF P E M

-iu~,~ iceCc I ~. Ta.'I )iiO'crit.e Collitns for yo~ur fill)b lrimt~ing.


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VOL. 2.


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11,


NO. 11.


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THY, TRUE DEMOCRAT
JOHN G. COLLINS. Priorieter.
I'PmUi.ImHI FIVERY I-I:1iAv AY (.iN'
Entered ae Ms-onet. 'lele..- M-",'' M'' I'" .,
the Pont Oltice at Tralia '. i .,i"i i o-r
Act of (tr'wi re,-, r,f Mar, i ; '
()Ofhi e, in T'e'- me'uri' H l.tri- lu,oi,. 4I..eu, t.,
(C lrel, Ore .Sireoi 'e-i I' I '* V 't
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iHullmU T'rn lioell 1 "4 I'P rY ir, i A, l -
Aive rt iroi tiR a it, .-- A lll' li i ,

The ltrue -mn.iocrat I. Jthe Offltll %cl ilmlver
iof ,Leon Ct un) ,

Tallahassee, Friday, Nay II, 1906.

c nriel'-.'t n;i t I I1 lrnli ; 1i re-- "-
lthe Lter- of le.,,r. i l 'tlh ill tll0t hcl.
', lu irn It ,'tei0 l. he h i'.n e u ',.m i n ui t h
) 0" arild %1 l. ,- t- p ,0 ;,l i ill h')w II1
f ill, 0'IIr".

v. ih c oulr ,< tluito l M ll,, '. ii hi- i'rimo I
silk ie'-, ;ilt d Ire | c -' lth It he -s to,
eiltl ari 'ne it hit :- -e, li;i tl i;l l l e illie tl( ii
t i e en I (' ni re- t..
IIon. .Ie.ffer'on 1). :I.K ethi0. -. ;i,,di-
date' for I'omgre--s, will cad re.- tihe t.lc
zenris of this tity. at the iope-na hou at:
11 oI'clock tomorrow, Sal tury, May
12th Give #irn a good at telidaince.


who believe his drainage scheme' is im-
pract icable,, out rageous ly expensive,
and altogether a nmost extravagant ex-
penditure of the public moneysi' foer I
I. monies arre' public monieii.-is to say


I.... .... ..... ... 1 .. nothinK of the direct cenit drainage'
trusteeMs re ever likely to iacco'' iplish n h
t A u e ei tiax, which is tan unjust arid itt ucal/ to ,,
S t A ug u tin ,ie R 'co rd n L i i
Si iall wrong, have ani d i consc entiolis-
Goverinor Blroward never inmadl, a Ihet ly ainli, hion.est lv differ with him, and, as
ler speech than lie did last niiht whenii i is nriht anild proper in free Arnelia,
lie talked Ito tille young people' at the fe' ,f i dare ul have i the courage
High School cotnenetnent exer-ceise t, give publicity to him iand his der-l.
Ili thin eity A nl we iemnii to say that ,i nt Io rei s' ltrni isun t ion-. S nin of ii..
it wits 1 Rjentuiti'lV gli Sl spe'S ch, 4i. credit t li estl, l ie tvei in lein li elest with
1ih1le alike to his hei1t l uint l his heairt,t ur l lthe. puili t ,i- .w -l iipei iner., aldl jiilst
"It reached thief spoi t lvte. ,lak I leni- -,, ,eng a- TIhe' 'In'li- *,nicraen t see.s
ee'rtll* things ts they hIi,\e elni ;tlnd alre. jiit-
T'I'he e iter of li iu nei'w- upip'it i-. nol so l4ongI w i t ll e i h1 i .10 l.4 1 r. ald 1 lithe
re lpoeisile feof i w h tl ipp,'i. 1 i nll i dgnel olli aI'i l I i \ % \ r i i ei iiae iI'-
i i: lilli .Ce tl n ,. r i t l l. l l ll llte l -.te lll i I ilu Ii K I It ill i r\ llt. I-
lind le l ie viliev i i t l fiilr ile til \ ith ;ill. i- W e s i | \. a h %v a ;. ai -i d ldu y I I


itlw iyVs w illo i ti' Ito '\r. *,li, t ie, o ri ,
to Iepl\. tio 'ul tih It rt 'le'-, Ih li e tili
neetil's oni lull ir m lttere s v'', ci wh I:t,
they i ne 1 worth on e i 1 ee ito-l i i l iie'1-.1
itlid we are a1tlwiy.0s rei'cu l\ i'uI l iv illinig to,
tand hy tinc1l ileite''ld0 the1ni
.Vj* yJ VOeyur e-ye on the clt I lliele ll.neii fol
the Senatll-e or H,.Ii'- \iw o dlml' alte's
putting lhe '. n aiillini!'e o1' c ttinslura'nie'
chetnis on yii lth e if them would
bIe giguntil' milllt teo giille l gi-ct fior ithe'
rafters of thi's Statle, ilil theree' are.
thene i each county ,who wi-h to 1 gi to
thee Iegistllaturo, thuit ii e-lli. nii ln lie -
nilitlt flret hli tic iiiI ll -it fi l le, I- it, flit
tel ill
W e 'ie ir 1 i 14 i i t l t ci i oif lthIl


p iii'ol1. .-i.i. We lit e ii'ot \et -hirk il
tich i | ,I-nc \\'ti iei wt, li kerli a oY\.

ito us \e,'re' ''lto n- icic ie'rk dite c ii it
nf 1, sA ,;1 elr In,ill, imlll w4 nW iV rl i1o It
W re ar. eie\l eiely sor1i' on l u~l ( vetl ,
liut- willow ed liiself oi get into a p-i
ge li thut nillts fir the ei-ti cism. i which
ire' cI nniW to him l I.nly Ile shoul -**
Ih li A I.n i tinIlmg on the IWill and c.Ill ;i
hiit hiefore it i-' evrrlut~init toe Itte'
II w II);if nif i(f l the ''Iilinri people' itf
1 lile lit hoi I 'ci t v eI fle t Ilo linol {i
irlld Is( w hethe- i I. I ctiilIse oll hi- l .tiiu 'e,
p,,umn "is 0, o lhei i-w'ei irn,t.'iriel ith t
iI older to e li;hile hlim ti i li- h hlien ,-* i, u i
pl ero is' ;t l' i liti I .,' l. t ile'tire w .lil|(
v nlifer l ,pni lii ill, ir i ilcge' leo,>r-e tt ie
i tlli Il t ll t i lltllt o c l it licoI % l' o p i ,, l


ce siuls report iof I tl t'1 4 1,,, ,. tii i i it\utlit iot o r hatu siic
cou tliit's, ,ite' cd c1 ll ilsto' it 1 hi i e' hcI r e cil e il Ie elie i el d to 'se s-iuch po \
will give cur reli'ilei Iil\l \\ L. -I.iI. e1 e i eit .'- the- ielpl le's s Ipoo of a s. i
Iit t 1 t t t i e i t I t lli eel I lie -. ti te, a it it t li s t 0iii ledtoi I i,
14011 W o iwl t 1. owd d 1ot 11, i*pt I fl 1,il (til t ., 'In' pei .l Sun
Ism ue. W e return thainks to I,,. l II it., e1 c' iti ,e, the' f- c iniioni pjee.IltI
, Clay ('rawford and lion It I. Mel|,.ii
for furnichinig is itlh c p l i,, c;-ollt i ndt s thehe e hIl
,,tly i,,,i~a' ,- :,ii t. Ih.y ielt-a' isit iiinlig
Their fuiirnes, in rele,-.,i ,t to hI Ili t, e. v u ,t II, t*th, 1,1 ,..l. .ed
W 4 4,ekly l"t dill v 11ew%%,-,ill, ia1i1 o l ill h ,i ili i
the" Man1 I tinll Iu* persist' t tnce ol the trickster devils, who.
uti\,,e ni.ite l ii.ed the' tuitiets liilem se'dl inc
Diuval countni'ii .h-le1ilh -.- d lion ||II 11 leie ei l'r'll tin-, .ie |t, t s'et l e l'lla atlld
Ilucknian to t h Senate. I li-he.e ill li.e i ei u itakl not. they ill s.ee to it
need itof hit ser .'vi.'es lth. ',e in ldetfn hinu, thit, i e- l it, rl,,gaie,.,| t,, lie,'
and, if necessary, pr if..llii'in t nd niii k tea I i ,t'il et., .ta 'ite Ce, Of.er'
I'#,I; I F. 1 ,11 'All'c 1 thal w 0,ik td fil
ing his mch ol l w l ilte-e, H e. hu1, .liv'e in ,,'\i,.g i l~, hinn t i. recent veiii-. i. till
he has educiitionil iriulnd ot t,, poti l ,i lt i it it n h l, ng hiirienit lilies
mnatte'l of ilt'iere tl ti i ~'-S i, ltt. a I'nes w o r e ,,,,,, fo,,r ,n t y
henrt, and will Ile fil iti ll1 1 \k ;i Ik i ee l upl e i, 'Ice- id;. l uci v
inll h I il l ll Aii 1 "1 .I;i\" p l laryn
i t for the 1# le.t iiite-r--l ol It Stie v l e,, c,, i., o,,i -. I%,, e 'i ,,t i,,, o i l. l t till con
e do not knitiv' he i, li- t.iiii.l ;i i,'
gards the E.verglIde i. si '-oi i ,, otiie i ullt to' ** ." lh' lp"'o .'1 all ln tt ie
questions. but W'e ill-do l ie! li n to lie I iie A clll tlel ,l .1 unit l 0 i llle t e cli ce still
holneit arnd Coilnistellti, ui l e kii' Io,\ ,w rt\ l schiie, s f i le tii lcks thailt
will again rnake Flon'lrdili .-, n- i. l.ti'iw is i dr.in. '- pe ti
maker. i i i


On Muy 7th, Il1on. II inhl\ I' )at ford,
Secretary of State', receiviel from i 'iPres-
ident RooNi'velt offill il notfticil ioni that
the otlice of Surveyor GeneralI of I'lorr
Ida Is ablmlished, inul directdil him tIo
take charge of the offhcinl recon'ls. the
order to bWeome effective June' :lth.
The news came an a surprise to Sur.
S vyor General Week., who had itno inti-
mation that the office would be abol-
ished. The President recently appoint-
ed Charles I. I'arlin to succeed Major
Weeks.


insulin l' e iv i eih'l 1011 li, an Ill .'in t ,ie .e 1iii -

lion stltuids haini'e1 s eof 4 zoing l' eyo.mind ,ien-
iluranci e iit Wll tinot the' people., who mniust
coel'ct these' ilUIses' tid s l at Tueduay'
jpriimairy election, -which it is true niom i-
naites. iut in Fliorilda is virtually ltle
lctrin. mit ne those 'who get the vote
will It, lectedl at the general election
a few months later

bEYdAsRE* AB
RFSIU11111f @1111%sum geo S*


A DUTY TO CALL HIM DOWN.
The efforts of certain newspapers in
Florida to discredit the' administration A
,of Governor Broward are unworthy a
reputable, newsjpa per. If Mr Broward
Sgoes wrong, and he is known to be go-
!ing wrong, it is the duty of the- press to
,all him down; but for a reputableI
rie-wspaper to attempt to place, himr and
his administration in a false- light simni-
pl;y because he' has gone counter to .~e4otie
o the prcorce'ived idea- 'of the .d-itor
is wrong. Pant ('ity I'ourieir.
Wei agre-' with the 'lant City (ourier
that "effortT s to discredit the' adimtinis-
tration of Gov,,ernor Browardl aie n--
worthy a reputable, newspaper" .o long
as the- (uG ernor act,'- n' t cp ri.c.ie'nitiouii,,
>i;tiri'takirig uatld jiu-t Gove'rnor -houild
,i!t when hie allo.'. e i |l ifll'n i'ef .i oi
1e ald im to 'lo a s iinl t t ar t ih t i,iot
I t keeping it th the dil l'ne t, of th' p,,-i-
tloi hi 'i w ll(le-, he' |i a- llunicth pe, to
p ilehi' t- ill I i-'tl ai i- ic h 'F -, t,.r ,oftli -,'
ie, he i ,r.at or .-rna ll Ml i. Ioi ai'id, v.
lie-,ie- eh, ii li iee le tal i ie' doi ;it- -
hi, the i.i' l ;a clr | e of l 44.ine li. il i' II I
-.ve'i- l cr-tt e'-'-- the | neti '.;il of I'en

al action rarid l ,r ,, r wi ilowarl' ,,l


".i:,id, hi- [ -r(lite it cont, rar'l ,-+ a ll
vhdl,'etivenie s Ith '-,nriielioturi with the-
draitiave of the K 'vei.rglie4-, which is
Son'e of the' rniio t ,outrageoi- sch' tries
Sever invented 4wedon it know whether
by him or not ; to oppress- the whole
pe-ople (but we doi know others besides
hirn are bavk of it for what's in it); his
gettinIg out just at this i( Iriiu'il/ilr timn ,
taking the stump, in the interest ,of
electing mrnen to the Legislature; spend-
ing money, supposedly from the I I.
Funds or other public money, for his
drainage printing, distributing, et i
looks wrong IHe has ibeetn called upon
to let the ,people know wher-e the money '
comes from for such purposes, amnd lie
gives noti answer; so the newspaper me'n


.4


;kiog oti,',.l-.- nul have' ie gni.l .. .l I ef lDrainage I unmmni-ioners to If it i, tI-inig spent legitimately. gentle-
the. in. the interest of the count t, e y them for such drainage pur- m'n. it is all right; but why keep it
thi'n ciredlit, :>a[nmorig which is the geniertl i Wits taken up and read a third time 'uit't? Have not the people of Florida
ri- pining andI inmpr moving thealearance andI put ulion its passage. The vo,,te the right to know of everything that
f the court house antd grounds it wa happens in public affairs? Now. come


Y eas. ."Ol.
Mr Speaketr.
Men.,c. Avery.
Baker.
Ilanton of Taylor.
Br mdshaw.
Bryan,
Brown.
Buckman,
Campbeill.
Carter.
Cobb.
Cornwell.
Crawford,
DuPont.


McCallum.
Matthews.
Melton.
Noble.
Olmstead,
Oven,
Paul.
Peaden.
Persons,
Pirrong.
Rawls,
Robison.
Roaborough,
Sistrunk,
Sledge,


out. don't keep us mystified andwon-
deiring longer.
Had a Close Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in-
volving the removal of a malignant ul-
cer an large as my hand from my daugh-
ter's hip was prevented by the appli-
cation oi Bucklen's Arnica Salve, "says
A. C. Stickel, of Miletus. W. Va. "Per
sistent use of the Salve completely
cured it." Cure Cuts,. Burns and In-
juries. 25c at all druggista. *
See Collins for your Job Printing.


EFFICIENT SUPERVISION. THAT DRAINAGE RESOLUTION. Dluval, Smith of Volusia,
No man should vote for a drainage That True Democrat readers may Fillinin,d. Sprague.
amendment which fails to provide a read and see what absolute powers are (;irardeau. Taylor of Gadsden,
proper commission to supervise the endrainage commissioners in the Herndon. Tillman
work. The proposed pamrendment would given drainage commiionr n t. non Wall
put this work in the hands of a commis- proposed joint resolution amending the .lihnsto Walln,
sion comx*ed of the Governor, the Constitution. and what it might easily Kirkland, Wells,
Comptroller, the Treasurer, the Attor- lead to in the hands of bad men who Knight, Williams,
ney General and the, commissioner r of might e, or who might become. cor Knowles, Wilson of Lee
Agricut.lture. Alli these, men are busy in I, ett
Tallahassee, five hundred miles from the missioners, we reproduce from the egg. ett.
drainage area Journal (of the House, .session 1905. the Nays, 1 Mr. Stephens (candidate for
Not one of them could go to where following. verbatim, including the vote ('Congress).
th.- work in to be done and remain a on the same And Senate Joint Resolution No. 285,
%week without neglecting his duties. having received the constitutional three-
Arid yet this undertaking would be one. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2f': fifths majority of all members elected
,of vast magnitude so vast as to neee's- Being a joint resolution propoing an tothe Houseof Representatives, passed,
Imitate the undivided attention of any amendment to Article 1t; of the Consti- title as stated.
hoard that might have it in charge. tution of the State of Florida relating We are ready to believe most of the
Do wet propose to spend a million dot- to, the drainage, reclamation and irn- menimlers ,f the House voted for the
lars for work done. under the direction pr,,overnent of the swamp and ,vertio- or t
,of r-nri who cannot -liperviseo it' No .,d land,, the creation of Ho;,ard of 'aage of the joint resolution without
,onr will deny that the drainage of the l) rainag ( Commis.ioners, pre.-critilng seriou-ly considering the effects of it,
lverglades will cost a- murh as a rmil- it powers and duties, authorizing the' f,,, r)larnv of them (rh111 ii oippi/omin the
hlon dollars We, d,, nit believe any e.stabii.shrnent of drainage districts, a but there areamonthem
iiati, who takes a p rid ii th i corre.,- drain age. system. the building of canals, h,,'.,I ', 4,t i ,ut there are amongthem
nrie- of 'his O initfn- ,, o l ayv po.it.ive.ly i-v,.ee., likes and reservoirs for pur. th'.,-f who, are ,r.i liril ti.olfe r ; ,w -v ct-f- ,n
ihat it would not e -t te-n million. No .,,-,.s of drainage,. irrigation al; d oni- to the Senate &nd House who still per-
,one knows what it wou,,i l ,,-At All that rt,,.rce, the' assessmentit of lat.ls to ) ,i,t in advocating the i pushing of the
i- known, is that it ..oil .,-t> ai, 11- ,|;raine,,- re.claime.d, improved arnd ben ,-
tm.< ,' sur i. titod bv means there-of, the llction scheme fact
'ThiSti mior y', if p,;,:,,l t ;all. -ioiilid ,,f tnic',s.,arv funds by a-t'.,,srnents of that it is proving unpopular, will be ex-
h\. paid bIy rimen wih,, wouldl know what be,,.nefits and taxation, arid providing for tremely expensive, and will certainly
ti.y wr, paying it tfi. l'hi. wiorki if th I. a ll. should li. ln.. ulnd. lr tth- if, and for exercise of tthe right ,f n- tax lbuliden We have one candidate
-i; ..risin of tien ti V .i wouli se-' to it irit domain, and for the sale anId ue- t
that it was honest Iv, .econriomically and ,,f said lands for the. I urlose's of drain- for the SENATE and one for the HousE
intitlirg'ntly done. It should be plarmned age, reclamation and improvement of in this county who are drainage advo-
hy an engineer and done, under his direc- said swamp and overflowed lands with- cates. Will you vote to elect them in
ti on. A board without an engineer in the State of Florida.
would be incompetent. Work without 'Thl. following amendment to Article face of what you now know about drain-
..esponsible supervision would re-ult in XVI of the Constitution of the State of age matters? We believe not. We be-
the ,squandering of unnecessary nmil- Florida he and it is hereby agree l to lieve the voters of Leon county will
lions. Times-ltnion and shall be submitted to the electors elect Hn. John W. Henderson next
Th'vy do take time to run off on junk- of the State at the general election, to Ted a l n e majority
,.titg trips- some ,,f them -and that ble held on the first Tuesday after the Tuesday by a large and safe majority;
ti tri me of them -aretend tha first Monday in November, A. ) 1906, and also members of the House who
uite often Of course, it is pretnded for ratification or rejection. have no predilections for following in
that official business carries them off, Section 32. The Governor, the Comp- the wake of Governor Broward's rain-
but as it happens most often when po- troller, the State Treasurer the Attor-
liti'al fences neel l.,,king after, we ney.General and the Commissioner of bow chase. It's up to you, and of
litical fences nee okin after, weAgriculture of the State of Florida, and course all men can vote as they please;
laboring people who lose our pay when their successors in office, are hereby but do vote as you conscientiously be-
we are off from duty. if employees, and constituted and designated as a Board lieve to be right, and in the interest of
ae docked for "lost time," wonder of Drainage Commissioners, and are the many aaint the selfish interest of
why a State employee or .f.Hei of the hereby authorized and empowered to es- the many against the sefih interest of
wlh t s mould not tei made to r ayt' forf t tablish a system of canals, drains, a very few
l,,,,lh, should not be made to pay for levees, dikes and reservois of such di-
lost time also or time spent selfishly mensions and depth, as, in the judge- At last, and just on the eve of the
just as well. Maybe because they are ment of said Board of Drainage Com- primary election, a legislative candidate
I.ette.r aid and have fewer hours to missioners, is deemed advisable, to drain has come out with a printed platform,
work, the shoul e rea more and reclaim the swamp and overflowed and among various and divers planks
work, they should hot treated more lands within the State of Florida, or
lordly by the dear people. A new idea! such parts or portions thereof as is advocates drainage. "Who'd have
Why not have the next Legislature pass deemed best by said board of Drainage thunk it?" Who would have believed
a law to make the peopIle's servants put Commissioners from time to time, and that a single candidate in this county
i go d hours for their pay and lock to rovideh for the irrigation of the would be so bold, as legislative timber,
n gO<| hours for their pay and dock lan ,s reclaimed, and to maintain such
them when they lo.,. time'? Are they canals, drains, levees, dikes and reser- as to favor carrying on that scheme?
any better or more deserving than the viis in such manner as will be most ad- Maybe, as we have heard it stated, he
;o,,,iron run of its working mortals?' vantageous to the territory so drained, is "in it for the advertising he will get
know some of them think th ar th. State f Florida. its inhabitants and out of his candidacy." Mr. Banks is a
t,',. kncw ,,m 01 hm thiink th aro. t, ( (.,rmmrce thereof m a p b in i.i.
Ilut are the-y? Maybe if srne' of them Section 33 That the Boardof Drain- merchant and perhaps believes in giving
put inl mIore hours' work there would age Comnmis.ioners are hereby author- himself and business publicity. No
et be. ,,I may ,l e.mniigs fo-r a I. .-w pe't ized and empowered to establish drain- drainage advocate will get large enough
at na ope gs stricts and fix the boundaries
Iln sitne I'departments there is always the.ref in the State of Flo'rida. That vote to hurt in Leon county.
r,',ini foir anothi etrf Itf the', i't sur-, ,,.and I the Board tt Drainage Commissioners (Gvernor Broward is perhaps too
,,e. e..ploe.e.'.- ,f the' State' v..eivrni- let anld it is authorized and empowered y with hi drainage scheme to sign
till h yt t ,,,,,i ,,hi 1,. 1. ,,W-l a to ir. 'par- a list or lists of all the illu-.
nt have ti. o help lit newspaper vilI ,,ir .w;ilp aIl, ovrfloweid taxable (Cooper's death warrant Lakeland Sun.
tnl ',rr'- ,d for ,oth '. S .la Innlis within sut'h drainage district or Hlie is hustling around over the State
No,. a v .,,rt ,in ll,,,, .l'iV l 1 l -.tnrici<' and levy th-rtcr n an acnre:tg pr,, ttyv promiscuously, distributingdrain-
t cx \ ot xtceeding tel cent s 4i ir atr.it u
., "-' i:x;t ,,i f th, t*- ll w;.h ,,, i n ,,., l n,, i t, te fixt d a n luallI said :age literature and making drainage
l t.i-.iieii-ilIl.- feir th.- puillwatliio eif Itartil of Drainattge' ('comniissione'r. and spn.-ches, in the fond hope he will help
i. i hal amr thing whatever ,Itoipl it i% thi vati nou v tax assessor. of the various elect a Legislature that will hell) in his
the ... er n i.nts ainarintig 1 th -lunt s 'niebracel in Iart ofr in whole ldrainage dreams; but the indications
within tich lir'ainat editriici tlt ,r plistrictsit
1 ,1u.ite' I e: 4 ,f it It wa- r I i -hall rie,.'ive such ist rt- lists and enter ar'," he will "ind his pet scheme in the
that way iv thi, Irinite'r toi till thi l hack the same upon the tax rolls of the coun- so'uip, as it should be. As people learn
,i' of th4 e f,,ormi i. tv clulitie's in which such lands may more eof it. the farther they're inclined
lie anid the amount so le.vie.d iy' the. tto get away from it. No one relishes
Iliat n'. ji t i't hat sme, cCllhf the press ,oardI ef Drainage nmtmssiiiners il the' idea of having taxation go still
ehr'eleiveri o an th cov i-il el1I,. the Board of rainage C h> higher Taxes are now at the top
e.*1i, anId his Iriiunage otar il arn i o t' ,,, isi,,n.ers from time to time., which notch- an addition of a few more mills,
ef 'heir ,oultsith 'ial advisers dtown ,on amounts shall be collected by the, vari- and they would become unbearable.
the'r llitragtetis, andi extravagiait ,.- otis tax collectorsof the counties where-
,,litnIent in ,ldri;tage operations, and in such levies have been made as other S: ranti',!.v enieough, Governor Broward
tl axas. atre c ollfcted in it'coidal ic' ith
etirT ati. .... f the' trust impnisd ^i h\, and pal over said amount ollctd n his dlainage s-peeches dot,es not con-
Ithr'n. If the.s eni't eIl, "callfeI doIwn" tI, the ioard ,of Drainage' Coimission descend to explain how it happened that
.in\ theirr ia .- ti. I ',e vot r.s of l.'ll it ila '-.. S.iil Co( fillmissiit-'iR .1-.hl, h1Iave ; thit' (oi ilptiIllhr's oltice, in s. nding tout
Sill eio it i h.lr th.v ask f'or ,,l,,,'tini I-nt si.p.e'i,10 tio all o th- 1r lienis >ui.n the. t,, t1h' ,i (1 C,,,if,.e- rate, vet. :ans their
a *tlela ;tlr htrinds in any sluch irainamge dii' -
;tg.iti ,W \ -i.,l te 'to Xp'e't -.,'h thli -l l rot. *o le' enf rcetdi i tax l\.e l, f .' ,iliartt-Yj'n i ion'll i a;irrants. included a
ill eaript be l-i, dhs, but niw it i. tiai- the c i-t of any work cdone' under the bulky campaign document on which
-ettitig, sikciilitg andl disgraMe''f'il. Io lpr,,v-i,,n hreof. er eedn. prier te the' each one had to jav extra postagge. To
it. fitcttiaks think th-v anr.e cZat,, ao,,iti,,l of this an ,ntilmrent, unl l.er the -hs .such a thing with the pt p stage fully
provisions of lnan ct iof thet l. 'islatuter .
'1'1. .,i,-i al re.ei ei-ei erf the' vote' ii, t i the' jias,'il in It5,5- priepraidi 'ioulhl hav', beetn -utlit itnti- of-
sage ef the' lI inage.ei it S, ,ton :et. That the lhoare.l of Dr.iin- fensive, but to make tht old, soldiers
,;-. ,ot h lranag .Iont ..sol- ^age ,e tinssioners lee and it is autleor- co.ntriblute towards the drainage cam-
ion i t tlhe- last session of thle Il e g ia ztel t, e e',xert.is. th right of eminent p, aig expenses, even to the extent of
lti', in the- lluiis,.. ehows that Hon. edomaiiin in the condeemnation of lanl for
.letffrs,,on i. Stel.plens. c'a lu latet for the locations of its canals, drams, lv.e.., two cents a piece' was ''rubbing it in "
inge in h istrit. ws the' deikie-s and i',sevoirs for the puripo ses a- St Augustine RecoriI
('g" I, thi district a th ,nly feresai., and mnay enter upon. take and
tr.ihe r wli o \ot. it agHinst it. pa- age. i ,t', u ti,.h la]nd is it may ,'nodiing ,on- | a ft t r dlay tht we see' Moss and
shoe\is hie lIo k iee'p into r he true in- demnnat ion proceedings de'tm necessary the other janitor boys from the State
it ar.in.-.s of things before' he' jumps fr -ieih purposes, and min ascertainingi Cap(itl building passing with hand-cart
eckle'si o them. nd is to his the' icmensattn t .e entis for su, h after hanl-c'art full of mail matter Is
ti', t.l S'ee' tihe' iote' in an e lito'lil ri'iel fr,,,m such drainage shall ble con- it e'limgaigtn documents drainagee,
conetaenirng th.iat mou-t wotlerfuil .Joint siclre.t tiu the jury. which are still being printed and dis-
,.... ti,,tn iti i anoithe 'r c'olumnt of this Sec'tion 3.:. The- legislature may proe- tributie'd" The iue'stion, a number of
it...l, v ell' fctr ht ihe assessnmenit of he,.nefits e' -tine-. ha~ ..een asked. .whie and what
ri\eed h>\ lanis liv reason iof such drain- t
I ,,m'- |ite-,.it lOeareloef ''nt'niity Iii iage'. ;mil the coltlectcinthereoif. lie pro fun this expense is coming from.
til-..ioeinetr- hl;i\.t I.e** ien faithful aril ait-.- 'c.'lu- tlhierefr rnl shall lbe pail t t i- Hit. so far, echo only answers, who!


Those Florida State C,,Illege- -tuldent
votes at last lprimrnary will Ile sadly
missed in Tuesday's elect on The'y
went in before in a chunk. It's thte
female college now, and of course they
don't vote
If they favor the drainage scheme,
Mr. Voter, they are' aginn" you and
your general intere'Mt and welfare, and
you vote in your own and yuiour neigh-
born' interpet if you electl such legisla-
tive candidates to stay iwa from the'
Legislature.
Gov. ilroward ought Io make a reqnui-
iition on the P'residient for his '"man
with the muck rake" aind set him to
work in the Everglade's h11 would
achieve' nsmutch more in actual results
than the, C'Omtl k dredvies ,f the I I.


lmiu ht 1e I |, I simlde to elect just as gIZ, lI
n.iimembe'rs. Iutl we do not believe a more
conscientious or t.icient ,%et could I',
gathered toge.thlir, and we say this, too.,
in diisparagemennt of no candidates that
will It' in T'uesdity's race The candi-
dlate' which gets the moat votes will be
elected, and we believe anyin the bunch
will make wnit officers The same can
truthfully Iw' said of our efficient school
board.
Subscribe for The True Democrat.










SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
To Lanark and Sopchoppy (for Pan-
acea) Every Saturday Night,
Returning Nonday Norning.
For several summers the people of
our city have felt the urgent necessity
L.,. of a schedule between Tallahassee and
our coast resorts, which would enable
the young men and ladies who work to
S spend Sunday on the Gulf and return in
time for business Monday morning. Tao
meet this demand the G. F. & A. Rv
has put in operate n. effective April
21st, a special iLrain Iavinti Tallahassee
at .':55) p. m. every Saturdlav niuht for
Lanark and Sprhoppy. an;i rcturning
leave Lanark at ..11 a in. and S p--
cht 1ply at ',::>7 ; 1 Sunila;y and Mon-
day el' aiilintt.-.. ; it l'1\ ig 41r "1 ,,l].al:;-..-.,
in time for i aral.-f. t-'.. lit.1 ( :. t1r,,n
Ti ll ahass : t. W Ile ti Sl I .1 .. : :
t)l, lt l I' it' th, i r ;i i ( . I r a ,la,

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u St li \ .r i1i VI. ,,' Q. A i,,.it i vi. 'e i 'i
c n E:mory, ',x.ias, wjIites: "'My wife lhat
been u.-ini ltit- 1 ,1 f,,q l '.if ma]d
children lt r :iv. yv .ars. It i- I ; Lurv
cure for ('iin tip il fever, which is s11.-tinti;;tr.l tiy \vthitt
it has 11(,Im for my laini'.'" S,'al li all
druggists.

FOLEYSHONETA"MAR
Oures oldeg Prevents Pneumonia


W. E Williams. editor of the Grace-
ville Messenger says: "There are
those who will go to the polls and cast
their vote without thought or care of or
for the public good: but on the contrary
their only incentive is the matching o'f
some smart "aleck" who poses as their
political boss after these pureile voters
have sold their birth-rights to the po-
litical demagogue and the corruptionist
who mock when their calamity cometh
They sin a the doleful songr of *"show
pity Lord." the ntxt bietinial elhcti,,n.
when they r#-.peat thel, satire fatal mis-
take. M fell ow citizen. let e. t1it.
Vou. ctnsIdt' T the candidtacv f \ ter\
lI ian w without blas or pretiuIl ,. ani;l
without the .'eltish intli nc -ic' :
anl. caC st your t>a 4llot \w h 11, i>'.i V
hoi( .t .' t j tI UI ent- it A 'will r vl. Itl. I ,tI-
t. t !ar- ;ir l to a t<- ll tfa l, t i. ii !Iv -
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Economy


Fence I


If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay yoau to .see
me before purchasinig.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the KEcr,,onomv
Fence. and know it to, I,,e
the very
BEST and
OHEAPES 7
Can lie l Iuil t',,r h.- than
!.', cents a lo i.
William Roberts,
SAI.ES .\a,,N.
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TIMBER


CARTS,


Built to order at
reasonable prices.
( !>IU 1141wV lf;lil t ," ,ilitl si ,.

.11 kill ,t' ,ic i r l lilaksm ith.
im' .01d r |lir \v d e |irpl' Im Ilit-
lY ;iinl at rcfasonal,. ]>ricfs.
Horse Shoeing
A Specialty.


W


Don't Forget VanBrunt Z Demilly

when looking for good values.


5. 8. 10. 124. 15 and 20c
- 10. 12. 15 and 20c


of; inch Sik a rp \i. oirii ht.black.,iuink. blue. tan
8 ~~~ I 'a .21tV ItaL' 9-1 t Ids> "o 'awor t il to pcr yard,


Wte di!t' (11t.1 t iwn n


SA l"in I ,' l. lii-- Silrt rtt.', ainil S:r;i i 'trir Vests,
:t. i', 15 and 25c.
( .... S .rh S ','\i' .'!, t \' 10<. 1). 201 andl 25c.



FEED HEAVY GkOCERIES A SPECIALTY.




VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.


H. Adkinson,


Nt Shop North of Kem per Stahle.


SALE.


The BIGGEST SALE ever witnessed in our Capit:al
establishment >tf the


L. C. YAEGER,


Dealer in
Hardware,


Stores, I inware, \V aons, Carriages,
Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies


city will ,,cculr at the


TALLAHASSEE MERCANTILE CO.,
ON


friday and Saturday, May 18 and I!
\We will offtr n thlt se dates ,,ur entire -to)ck ,f mnr'h',ndis,. oifnfprisingu
of $1(.()0)1.()0 worth of
DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY WARE, ETC.,
at absolute ('()ST. l)ar in mind. THiIS IS N(o) FAKE SALEt anid at a la-
c'an tll th'it <>' ,i'iC 0 f- %', I\vr (low n he I,.' th'an \''>l l a\ht l I .v l;yii
O(i C E R I E S.


., ]1. ( an To, ato, pe a .)l' (.'ill
2 11). ('ian l1lT ato cs, ( can .ill
2 11). ('an Table Peaches, pcr can .
3 lb. (Can Pie Pchs, per caI' .
2 1b. ('an 1st (lualitV SUalr ( (1rn pel ti .
2 l1). Can 1st (luality Pets, p r c(an .
Fancy Columbia River Salmon, per cal .
Choice Alaska Salm ,. per can .
American Sardines, Fresh goods. .. size, for .
Although the price is ve\'t low. there is n It lin1 \ W 'nllru with t i, .LgoII
just received. All fresh stock. Iow can;i we ,1I t hetn) at these ri't.-'.' \\'
dosen't matter.
C oans Potted 1a,1 111 f,,r
. ( Cans \'ea! I o f for .
. ('ans ('orn Iecf I ash for .
4 ('ans Vienna Sausage for)
20 (Cans fresh Tripe .
1 11. ('Cans ('orn or last e(,f for
21 L1S. GRANLLATEDI) S iOAR FoR $1.oo O ()1 :ERY CI 'STO.)M k
lBUYS $2.00 WORTMt ()OF THE (iRkOCO IES.


Best Sugar ('ured Hams, )pound
Best Sugar ('ured Picnic Hams. pound
Best Sugar urged d Breakfast Bact(. pon1,d
Frankfort Sausa.- in oil. ploun
I)rv Salt, ih Bellies, pound -
I)Dr y Salt Plates, un -
DI)rv Salt Butts, Pound
Fancy Pattern Flour, half hlbils -
Fancy Pattern Flour. '21 11). sack-s
Fancy Pattern Flour, 12 11). sacks-
Fancy Pattern Flour, Ibs., f for


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ell


Agricul-*
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Ilple- ,
lilcil ts.


BIuilders and M~1ill Supplies atil Sparting (joi.s'


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Shoes and Oxfords, all Kinds and Sizes.
Men's $1.50 Shoes for- $1.
Men's $2.50 Shoes for -
Men's $3.00 Shoes for $2.
Men's $3.50 Shoes for $2.7
Men's $5.00 Shoes for $..0
Ladies and Childrens Shoes in same proportion. Dry Goods and all other
Goods just as cheap. We deliver all orders in the city that am ount to $1.00.
Are you going to take advantage of this? Remember, A DOLLAR SAVE]
IS A DOLLAR MADE.
DON'T FORGET THE DATES, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 18 and 19.
THE TALLAHASSEE MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Successors to the popular firm of R. E. HIGHTOWER.


Fm.


C.


COLES


Confectioner & Crocer
THE CHOICEST AND FRESHEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST LIVING
PHICES.


Prompt Delivery.


WM. CHILD.


Telephone 32.


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,
CONTrRACTORS AND BUILDERS.


Plans and Hpetrflcatlons furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
&ad Oonstructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed Jmbe
moIldng,. stair rails, balusters, porch columns. brackets. mantels, 1grll
fayo7 gable ornamented and turned and scroll work of very7 descrip
tion. Brick. Lime and Cement for sale.


All orders will receive prompt
to be iret class in every particular.
OAoce, Ihop and Laumber Tard on
County
PHONE W.


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attention. We guarantee ow wort
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line. Oa lot 5oth et
P.O OX i0


LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE. Discharg Notice.
'se the long distance telephone. NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX
Connections can be given to any point month after the date of the Aret pubhei.
Con nec tionscanb givn to ay p ion heref, I will prent my AWl acounta to the
on the Southern Bell System. Public Countr Judv oft L county. Florida. and awi
long distance telephone at Central office: for my diaschar, as Administmt the state
Coupon ticket books sold at a discount. oHt HAnr J RaRF a
Apply at Telephone office., AdiAS wtm. et srs .
o43-t W. L. MoO, Manager. TWk aswF-h. or. ew&b Ist 1LWL.- tI


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JOHN G. COLLINS, Publisher.


Dant Nney tu en.

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n t r jitIil I.,, i jr e' I i o I r r I- i -I irid 'Ale
; nu d Is tel idoriul'r :t ir-- 'I 1wh h( ot-rijitu'aI
N1;at i01011 11,tril'. W h i ht 'it- I(-- It f hr Iiit a11
the ediM,.ip+#'arPrliee'(Jftie ruureeio
Mr. 1eiA' tfite thatthe ftrio,u,lp' .v'i
irimtJrie', 'wue oeit her-hantrk will Iw' i ,,-e'r
th ritugh tI iv t 4'Iila ji~t'ii it riee' (I*ithe iw mo''
Public Speaking.
Ifiln .14'tTe'r-KOr I I). St ie-ihtior- .r 'r-; li
o1thtte forlor inxre'v, m kill iddii-o-"4 Owe ;peu-
p~le o~f Loon ori 'i n I vit? t he'iv ,#re'a i if,~
Mnturdi.iv, Mayv l?. 1 c, sit I I #eI''vIi, k
f in. (a't t h'rv hotlie .i lroe' ya t lienrmW
to ti.ngr t.im wotril hyltie' Moitig ilImhurie'rit i,,Y
((,niI~rv..um tItI'iiAi tiie'v.
If'iri. NOt. 'Wv' it y join. I ''II el~imi If
(',ofiit, iiiu a aiii ant retor rf. a~ler
niillth.l. iiee' eart' I" it ...e'nif alt 1,11. 01c'.a
f'lu itla t 11f' q. i f e r, III I i- v, rlit, Id Ie I fu I'ItIhI
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LAMAR'S ADDRESS


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LETTER 11) U. M. LOWRY.
Tilllathssee, Fla.
I)uar Sir %I president of a
I'- llu.ll 14 ll .111 1 1't .n, S I' he dolrl 't
wA;inl ti e'*- i i ni* In print had t.wo
,itTer' s' otf '' .l f pair t. $1 W: ait d
$1.22rl T"r, if h 1 f i.'.anrd igot skirni,l
He'dl hase,' 'I, i i 'I inuarteirs skinned if
lhe'd tak nr l tI ,, e ,
The $l.: t 4,, il gallon; the $1+.2,
W 1a' s 11 per ,1 1 > t 'The tfull-mn li s-
411Ire p ilnt w i# ., .+ rl ted F l I pler cent;
Ihe lie ho t rin ini ;,tilt WHMadulte.rat td
V) l'per <, nti, I 1, l tizinoe in the oil
lian' t knii,% Ivi I1
)>,,v I. .l ii 1 1 wasn't so.ld in the
t oW. then
It ,lin'it '.I Iey w ith paint
If) \ o 4 <", 1 ' a oV f 'PTll; lot
hy thi l .i.II 1 "e'; i t he house
lrril 'r. A I tio reckion it o4
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For ro a Uniic~rnja. 'thme uW .-.T


also

r(a')'k'I )N
,Cill RII i I
pieces at .4,


roslU ble I.
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F.', v., fit






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SOallery


I ~ t' hait ['t


a11111 jar'irons.
t i4un first


iliJplt' and gett
nwu elsewhere.


J. [. THUS.


Tallahassee


Furniture


Store.


WILLOW ROCKERS,

In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering

Special Bargains.


If you desire bargains in all kinds

of Furniture and House Furnishing

Goods it will pay you to call and look

over our stock of goods before mak-

ing your selection.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.



T ,



P. T. NIHOLSON,


JEWELER. I

Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
LIVELY BUILDING. TALLAHASSEE.



.... COME DOWN


and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do neo harm to ask them any-
how.


S,-- CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
J. P S. Hot'sTOt'N, Prop.
PhOne.- 79 and 3M3.



I Do You Want a Horse or Mule? I


CALL ON


J Do CAVY o o
Headq ua* rterf i * *


Head q ua r ers for first class stock.


i!' \,i, W\ ,'- i< lhil (Id do not buN a )lugIg
*',n. n, -* I .* : lI Ily a HIorse or Mule that
N,.' \v.ri 't i ',+ 4. ,IfttIr the rush is over if
1iU I''! f i. p i *(' a aij ii.


but
will
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I I ik \ k' j L ti'.(v --,,'(ul\ i ;Ia -"R I E i

,~is kvetr brwi :i. ,toTzilkihiisec, which I wvill
.AcIl to mY t'Icisti ni ahteIrm:-.

Icrry a lii c *)f wingcad (I' uhle harness.

J. L) CAY, 140 S. Adanis St.
JD.CA 9Tallahassee, Florida.








Neat Printing


Create., i good impression among your
corre:-1)ofdents anid fieps to wiv", your
bu-41ne8:4 pro-ztigo.
WE t104)NUAT ieroWido AT UNA90N %MLE P.10.1.

COLLINS' JOB OFFICE.


i ll T i liit i l ? Ie II *It ll ief, 411v-t i l .1i -
nip i the nirri nitiit n hy the mrn.l of
(;adsdien ,of l ion. .lA iems E.I; tr ine1 f I'
(GoVlernor of Flortildi Au It citiz.en,
lt.ttim iti. and ain o) rat< r. IfFr, Mn.
Brone,,, m' (m :ie-, ilI lthe ver'N fr'i t r'.llnk
St Atgullhtine I eroI'i..
It l.ook u ira l feel,,s i little like intei
Kig It'illtonutM t l'xII' I.Nil M
A Year of blood.
The ,etiar of H11.10 w ill Ioni,, I., re'.'ii)
halred in the, hne of I" N 'Trka'kt. ,of
Alllana'e. Ky aii. 1 yei ar ,,f t blowi l,. whirl
flOW 'eil M, c'i, lIm \ 'i ,i i I' 'i kit'
litlgM thIIt i l'Ithit Me'eO inei \Pry 1 i')l| II,
writes: ,Severe l,-ieim fin'It i l,.
lungsM andl a fr ithi fuil cie tl i ha, t I,. i ;
11t 'e it l i t'e Ii'. ii. \ lii t I .e 1 tit
kinl IIr K nI,'* N,. I%% nt I.,
C o I I M pil it 'll,%II' )i \, l't i I I I I II I '
w lll It h til I tI il I,' t0 i I I t I 4 .1
(,ei, Fplel l 1ht,, n 1 .1 $ i l i ,\ 11i I ,
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FIT FOR A QUEEN.


ULTRA OXFORDS.


Ultra


Oxford


Style 3450

Is a Soft

Kid Vamp.

Turn Sole,


E B


Dull Kid

Quarters,

Patent


THE SIGN OF


Leather


Tip,

Blucher.


A Sole for Wear, Style, Comfort.


SATISFACTION


The Ultra

"Manish"

Oxford

Is Style

13453.

Pat. Colt

Vamp, Kid

A Nobby


N'


~'


Shoe.


Qurartes,

Cuban

Heel,

Medium

heavy ex-

tension


LI Sole.

Try Them.


DUVAL BROS,


Tallahassee,


Florida.


NRS. BROWARD APPEALS.


Don't Risk

Your I

Valuables,
Hy leaving." th 'n,
in (yout ITih .h 4

them \1> lre ,ri


Safe Deposit
is the Ie,-t firn ,(Q
hlurglary i-In'i-
ance. ()'';rartnl or
( !a, I -taf <1,, .sit
vaults. are ti reI
anfd l1)ur lar

foxe fr et
from '..>D 0" to,
$. ) a Y, a;'.
Y'lour i i- 1' I ) l. I
invited.

Capital
City Bank.



Miss Anna m i,. nw i re i iing .at
Miami with her ipa,'fnt-. :s vi.i'ing her
many Tallah s- ,e friend,
Professor Ast B (Clark hi '.los.',l his,
sch,,ol and is ha k hwn fr a seais.n.
to th de i. ht of h:4 h,-,t f friendA'
Among the prominent F lr dians wh,'
visited Tallhas ee V ednt sdav we Ii
P. M Dickey. of .1 .cko ville. H. Ii
Bridges, of Lake City. and( Ti Ir:.,n
Funk. of G; iFn.'. l.


Co-operating With Women of Na-
tional Prominence.
In response to an appeal. Mrs. N I
Br,,ward, wife of Florida's chief eci-'u-
t v i, h -a s'nlt )out the' f4'lltwi4il eiv) tt (r
t, Iit,, te .tcI e rs (of F lo ri d a :
tiIl;iha-stt F"la. -\ ril :27. 1i'o;
Ilr Sir (On ApIril -2,'ith I ,,*rr. li
th f,!'.o wini: telegt.ram:
"Mrs. N 1H. rimvard. Tall. ti... .
l'l, V 'i yOU 01 ilw ith thl otherr pi'ui -
i, \Vionen of the coiuntri% tio riil- ai
d' il t pri h o .-ip rcially t r 1 1 ;*h lift l!.
Si ,li 'l orplhantled oh tr l t'e dt. it ite. ii\
1 ai a' r it '1tta 4i'.1) he I ll S' an l''';ii 1 1"'
\\, toe!.< n t r v. p 1 e' f f. 1 ck ) lut!, l ;ilt ,i
S, ,it il .e, Uan l then t. I'r r ; i r -
i, t i 1i4 lirn fir the net dy i it l 'I ; -.
I',ri 'h\i' t he 1 tl )"' te ln lt'i- ll; 1 1ll --'.
P' ,"- \r us todlav I" Io-'silI'.
"'M rs. lin.'li l M 'L.tea i.
"Mrs. (.i'n .Johl n A l.oiv n,
iMrs. ,ludgle io er I'li \ r.
S. .1. Mar. Secretary."
I ,o tare agreteable to the i, piirp .
",,r w\ich the above telegramll is in allp-,
peal, I v\'ery earniestly ask your ail in1
the matter, and I would suggest that
\ t i r'.;,l thel above telegram ito your
s (., I. or class, and ask the children to
niak-L such contributions as their Iparents
feel t hovy aire able to make. andi that the
o 'ject lof the donation warrants. I
k iw ii f it no more worthy object to% which
,';,4 ( .h11A contribute. It is a fact that
ni,, -i ch a catastrophe has ever befallen
ati'y city (of the United States as has
tifalilen San Franciseo and its people,
and I submit that whatever sum the
children can easily contribute through
the generosity of their parents will
make them happy, as it will he used to)
make as comfortable as pos ithle under
the circumstances the greatest number
ot little children ever made destitute at
oine time in the history of our country
I would suggest that the cointribu-
tons taken up by youin be svnt to your
count y superintendent, anti through him
tr.iatsmitted to me I assure you that
it will bI, us-led for the purpose stated
T i ranking you in advance fior anyll' ef-
t'.'rt yI4 may make, I bet'g tio r miain,.
liaY'rs very respect ful'v,
MRis. N B. I;\\AI


A Be@ Robbing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I)Y.kIM, of Woodl-
v.il le, gave a no vel entert al)munt-i t t I1lit
V44:lng I w(4 it' (if this vic)inity Wi-dtv,.-
1 1: N. llg t at1 .I, w ch.Il1furniish4 1I to ? hf
hiists i, weil as the gue'.t, an v, -Iirvi'
fret. (f Cares and full to, '''vo-II 'mt:


with eni o i nvil' t .1)44 1 i t 4 t1. ,1 '
Th" (Wli tsit414 was c allcd i 4''a 1), v I 41h


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t ;I w44w t s t li44 t 5 I) kIS a1I4II

I v tIIv 4'''1thIr tf;I,111,V, I ~t11.)z r.14'ftI-.-.II h
tI) I 1)1)--igh l Iq 1-1,"Wa l' l feI Ir I I r.11-,II%%1 1, f .
t I.I1 I Iii. 111 L!44.t.ess n I ;I It h't 11 1 f
Picnic, -t1 Wood(i-,e.

4 l1 *~ Ii JO I it)!I ,I Itl it-t h .t j ltOWY-t A (I I j'.'
Ti 1;h )1111uifLt aIbIt., we4 IIf a vus ( -I el1111)2i1ait II
hv4l i)54'(liki in, 'to'hnt-i le, asant w i-i Ah
T ;I vIIII rL'' 'r(6, is 1xJ)kL'ls p auiolv erI 1)4III k
1~ -11'.it'1 to attend Grutliand letkew It1h
I 1114 1 1aIIv wa. Ill-tll(I 1 ft k -I4' IIt$ )tohep ae W a
fl rI n it f)" 4t and lit 1. 44 s d t I I '.I(Iit li, 1 l '11
Thfth Wm(4nivii oft'the Wold and til t-
ril)(irtaSchools ifWo(i 4rthmalve RW 144\1
fih r.-li t i n d a' lojt'.11)4if 4.arn sti))ni top ~all id.1
\oi il sedig h ti epl1sn.Y


F" M Brunmbyi will save v'-o mone'.
in n.'w and se(ilnd-hand Furniture 2td.
Mi- s (issie !I Swveting, of Tallahas-
sve, arrived in the city last t evening r and
is a guest at the Windsor nTime--
1'nion. 6th.
Gov. Broward. Hon. J. (C Hard-( den
dilnl Prof. Edwards were entertained att
t1. last evening bIy A. 1) Hemminig.
Mr Hemming ami th Governor were
st hi.ol boys togetlier. and have alwa\ s
lie warn frienol.. Live O(ak l)lno-l-
ei. tkh
--'i -c.rible to the True em'im ,ralt.


Dri It. F ni fl) aInd1Mr. J. J.1. Wills-

1141) .. *Scott andl Mrt S. W.


W ight (.1 it'l.)tinc 4N', sl))4 rclii Ian'' fati
It -. i.1441)11 lI ent(lanWed 1i'nesa.;4't~.h


itKatLlIII I we I'tk A11)11 W at t4'iII ii'y i-r

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Mr. and Mrs. ,James Messer are now
at home in the Presbyterian parsonage
in this city.
Prof. A. A. Murphree and ifon. Fred
Kettle visited .Jatcksonville the first of
the wvk
MNI'. I)r .lames 11. Randolph, with
hier .oi,, i.- vi.% i ng relatives and Talla-
has4'i't friends.
('al>t It. F. Vhitner wit ltniong his
llian'v warm Tallithas-.ee friends .l agliln
"rurilavy.
Mr. an I Mrs. William Davidson, of
.Ikmir siniIll-, wire tests oif Judge
it, I' iP inaney and daughter Tuesday.
lTheir frie'ns iart congratulating Mr.
anil I M'-. Ilavyward lindl4phl iupol til
hiilth ol af line daughter at rlarksonville
IMrs. II T. Felkel isvisiting relatives
ill '1'lhninasville arnd will also vi.-it at
\'Valdota,i. I'ay'ross and Iaike ('ity be-
f. 'ii i'i,' r iit 1 it itr h rnto e


M r". .1. Stiuarlt ILtw is w ent to, .l Jack- .Si,
nvilli toda\ to attelid the Ilcio.,-an Iion. W It .mar and his excellent
'11114, 1nionl ai rn' resentattivle of th v. wif<. have b.4e1n amonllmg thelirTallahasisee
W'oian's Auxiliary, alnd will also vi it fi itinds agin this week
her daughter. Elizaibeth, at St. Augus- N1l ,EA|win M. iIake, after i lontg
tiine, who is there at school, before re- 'nub)oir l(f yviais' lbsencet from his olld
turning hIl te Tallha;ih see hilme. is visiting his mother,
MrS S F Garnon, the popiularassist- sisters and hosts of Tallahassee friends.
ant principal oIf the 1 West P'allm Iach ead Il ol'uiesi't a position as special agent
school, left this morning forT allhissle, of the bureau otf iLabor, Department
cruising up the coast for some distance of Comme(rce andi Lalor, government
with a party ov(f friends. After s-'pend- pm,, tion at Washington; is a man of
ing a few days in Tullahassee with fain ly* .having a wife and seven chil-
frieinds he will gio to) his old home in iirven, five' i,4vss aund tw.o girls, living.
lMalrianna toI spend the smme11111114r ''ip- 11i is thile s.iin)e old jovial. olly Ed to
nal Suntill. 2 us. who ialw.y.s knew the best that was
lion Jllefierson 11. Stepheln candidate lli him. and111 wei wre indeediI leased to
fir ('( igress, stopped< l river r n roite tol nlet t and t ret hin ailg in. Many times
MNiadii.. )11and il ad us' u i very pleasanilt't 10' t w' think ik forinfer dmays, under
v.sit Wdllne..day He reports thiiis Captain I)hke,, aI d Iof our printer Mio(i-
lloking lrightt fir his norinatin.la lin li atets in the old Flofriilanh day 'Twas
will re'lurnl aind address sthe cit)z.eln of tou 'h oll time-s in hth retoinstruc tion
I o-n at1i' te opiera house tono rroiw at 11 period. but )ud with it st me tiingra it
o)'clock. C'omrne and hear him will always l ie ple,istin tii remembl)er
M i radMrs. Ilar C. r4ri l fIt Iiwasi our ioy'holm days. with loved
lt1riE layft Mrs. Ilanrle, V' *n whert' (,lw lirl'ntrs under lit' grand lod
.1.... ...Ii .l ,i.. ,,I U, I,'...4rn M lire's Edgar lyke.


i1Ham1nln. before going to Asheville for
the season.
Rev. )r (Carter has mI'en attending
the diocesan council of the Episcopi.t'
Church at Jacksonville this week.
Sheriit Holipkins made an oilffiiin l visit
to EI dt and, S'iuth Floridia this wE,,k.


T'he .' a who iiaves 1) H' monelln4y bei'comes
t v b.ia ker, th. i iitrchanl, the profes-
s a) nit l.. The loy who never saves
.i (ilen Ii iiks the riann wi o 'earns his
blend ly vth'e wentt of his brow," who
i ,vE'r own'i a b a rio' or enjvi ,oys the luxu-
rie,. of lic SubIt I'e iiilsilar Sun


I_ I, m II 1


THE STATE SAVINGS BANK QF TALLAHASSEE.


IMPROVED POCKET SAVINGS BANK.

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th r g'. i V-' iI;tI ' i i .1 i f ' '. I tI. I i o ll 'r : |i 'n r d i I I I oi I :o f i ,'
first days of April and ('ce', I
( of w a t ;irl%# I ,' tA i .,. 1 w;' i i.,t l I :II $.ri.t
S s 4. f 31: wA o kinr i l .. O*. : ; 1 1;, n 1 err *-t1.


Ille
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per day
ter dsiy
p'.r flay
per doav
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JOHN G. COLLINS, Published

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mhert term of only two yearr.
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years. We believe, however
distinKuished Jurist will rece
term ticket at the coming p
he in a man who demerven v
fellow-citizens and is strongly
ed in their esteem and contid
received a handsome vote in
county two years ago and the
hopes to see the number in
the primary in May.- Starke'


AT. The T e Facts had' already had riAr nearl o vearf, and chessmen to play the game of ,politics
r that I would like to e'e the petition with, but he will fail to elect his candi-
which had so much weig':t with him. dates for the Legislature and Senate in
;i,, 11' showed it to rnie and it was signedd every county in the State, for the voters
S. by srnie twenty odd narwti-T I remarked have decided that he must have a great
t lh0,e ,,' I'a1 1ev -. 1'.'l to him that it w;i a -mall petition to ,'!/ fl.rE to rind, or he would not be so
t I have- siuh weight arid itnfltuence' with interested in their success.
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, .,at I s.,|; d .. ti, h which was r,''-'.t -', t, lr i th,' think the Democrat, of Florida should
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Pleasant to take.


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Physician and
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Knocs ix Notice.
N oTle'D: Is 11 VRi': oY (IVEN TO) ALL C. INtt
itc~.-r% g~. 'evl" Sandeismte'ibutemse of tho vestot
C4 Hammre 1) H'am.Jrei l~t~smW latent ('.etititnc.
P'law~ia. sand etoall ;'Iters bea kvitscag elsimorvdo.-
mand. mflainmtI %eet potato. to pvqomet an". eccr'nd.
Inot lta law, within two years tvwemthisa date. thee
2iith day of August. lU'..hqvisriialiumh claim.
at duegnends will he ftevergg bmio
GUMMMASM I
xEoueatriu of getalg wfislieD. aiKant.


Was Wasting Away.
"I had been troubled with kidney dis-
ease for the last five years," writes
Robert R. Watts of Salem, Mo. "I
lost flesh and never felt well, and doc-
tored with leadirg physicians and tried
'all remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
kls, than two bottles completely cured
me, and I am row sound and well.'
During the summer kidney irregulari-
ties are often caused by excessive drink- l
ing or being overheated. Attend to the
thte kidney, at once by using Folev's
Kidney (Cure Solde by all dealers. ,
.Mr.. \V. A Carter of Columbus, Ga.,
andl Mr.s. Patrick Houston of, Tallahas-
-', XI. w're' the. honeioree: yesterday after-
itr,,, of a pretty gr,'en and white teta,
evn the'-m I:,' Mrs (eorge' Raney.
'1 I,.. ,' ir.'y ari,. be'autitfuIlly harm ,,nnizingr
rr-.. ; 1;, whiter were, r' rese nte.l by
tie' Te.'n - fctl \w'r~ Tind f'rins, which
: 6111-,.11 tlit r'i.-tic ta l II dvc rations.
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'ernlie ,utit inr the. oe'ii aid declare their
\ iw ,,r, Iip blic ,u.ir.-ti,,n-, i- spLrea.t ing
ra.ipi.iy ti',u..:'h,,ut the press and the
Stattv. It is a cheering mfn of a whole-
>etnic' Tl1 .-alutilfy iliblic Sentimfien't.
St. .\ ug't ine ncRecord.
Famous Strike Breakers.
1'lh mst famous .'trike breakers in
th\e ,,ri ,ar*ie lDr. King's New Life
pini-. j\'hen liver and oiwls go on a
strik-.e the'y ,i ic'Kly .'settle the trouble.
at.'! thi iri'yin v wirk Voets ,on. Hest
SIle' Ii, t' cil -tljp tloll, l lizZine'-s arnd
he. inc'hie. 2.'>' at all druj' ists. *
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S*trouble and

Laxative Fruit Syrup Chcrnc Constipaton.


xv I TI r3 faJeff. D. Ferrell,

Cream Vermifuge [[WHRIGTand BLACKSMITH.


THE GUARANTEED


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"REMEDY


(;'i'eral Repair Shop.
Horso Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .


THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.

T ,,:",*. o*,;*0,,O.. *1 portion of the public
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. patrona fl Is solMoited
Sr. LOUIS. MO. anId satisfaction ,uaran.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. teed.

Men's Hats, nice line, going cheFp, Fine stationery, half price,: at R. J.
at Evansm. Evans'.


GILMORE ( DAVIS CO.,

(Incorporated.)


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

And Dealers in


HARDWARE

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Print and Prosper!


See John G. Collins About Your Job Printing I

Everything Now and Up-to-date in Machinery and Type, the Best
gradess in Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.


All Work promptly done when promised. We never disappoint you.
COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Telephone Building,
7AL A Ps ONre; SEE AND t.
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b The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board !zL


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. For Forcl.sue, Sale. F., oCoaty C..ls..sr. District No. S.
To the Democratic Voters of Lieon Colnty:
JO--l G. C. s P lhll NOTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER I respectfully announce that I am a candidate
JVBMg OTIrC C um sio a sl aI E. OLL Ple* s by virtue of a decree of ficlure and for re-election to the oficeof County Commiassion-
S 8saraen leretd on the 19th day of AIril. A. D. 19t. er for District No. .` subject to the action of the
PUBLISED EVERY F Oby the C rcuit Court of the Second Judical Circuit Democratic primary. If re-elected I will work for
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. o Flori la in and for the county of Leon. in chan. the best interest of the pole of Leon county.
aery sit ing, in a certain cause p r.dini therein. I am respectfully, W. A. REt;lnTEit.
NIeow-t MOWslW ^^^.^ wherin James Stratton. Robert G. I'errell and am repetfully W. A. Ri .
rlamom News Anthon. Vaughn, a trustees of Chatiles Sumner To the Democratic Voter of Leon County:
", May 7.-On the 3d instant Messrs Lodge, No. 24. Knishts of Pythias. arv complain. After having quite a number of citizens and
ants ant Jams Edwards is defendant, i will sell friends reiluest me to do so. and having thought-
horhp d a serviamon ere u p in the ju- at pub ic outcry before the count> Court House: fully considered the matter, I hereby announce niy
ghborhood, serving summons on Ju- door, I i the city of Tallahassee in saidl county, to candidacy a, a County Commissioner from County
'rs to serve at the Spring term of the hitiest bidderfor cash. on the:.th day of June. Com4missioner District No. 1. Lien county. subject
court in Tallahassee, on Monday, the A. D. o t. all thoae certain piecess or parcels of to the action of the Denm cratic prinmarui and. if
cou in allaasee, on Monday the land a tuate. lying and being in said cit. known nominated and elected. promised the citizens of my
14th instant. They summonsed G. T. and d -icribed as follows, to wit: Comnineicin at a county to work diligently and acttvelr for the best
Brown, senior and junior. By the way. point 7 feet west of southeast cornel of lot No. N. interest of all, in all things. Asking y.,ur sup|iort.
Brownat a to jin the Northwest Addition to .aid- ccy. which is I ani.
What are those jurors who vote outsit e the pint of beginning, then run west 41 feet. Ve-y Wespe'tfully. Wn.I.u IAM RoerT.
of Tallahassee going to do about voting thene- north I feet and 5 inche-. thence east 21
in the primary of May 15th feet. thence north 4 feet and 4 inche-. thence cast for Schoal Co lmissleater Fnr Distrlct No. 3.
inAtPePprimaryAof MDay 1.5th?)fe 't. and thence south 12t feet and ti inches to To My Many friendss in the I)emocratic iarty of
It has been so dry that cotton is not T AE A "' ""'> c 'a T "' the Imocac Prt of
coming up well. Some are plowing Up *. Lin ftet west of the southea.t coriier of lot I hereby announce myself as a candidate foi
and planting over. We had a few light o. Il in said Northwe.t AddCitin. hihh is 1he 'Scho.l Comminis.,oner from District No. : of l.-on
lilac' ofibibt'iinniing, theiice run %%c't 41 ftc'. t.th'llt'iict i lll). Thanki ng .)(lifc o r your iast suis lilt.r I
showers last week, but not nearenough. that you mark your Ucket irt 17e fet ant .ches.the t t" the sa.e in the future
Rev. W. C. Embry filled his regular and thence s,,Uth 1I7- feet and i4rl,..- t, I, laceV cf i' s'.'ectfully, hAWSoN OAtIA Ric;I.T.
appointment at Bethpage yesterday. like this:g ming Pu,rchaer tio ey f,, ,l I. .
The congregation was large enough to For Railroad Commissioner 1 -I.. Spe'ic l Ma. 8l,, ti ,F hi'iit 1. h.ii l i 1i.. a hcailcclr dt'o f' l choIl cii ... 1 11 1-
encourage the preacher and all lovers Di,.tict No :!. and rcs.ic-ciftll ask the. -i. i.it cf
of God's kingdom. Vote for two. ADMINISTPATtR'S NOTI' E. ull tlil th nocratic voters -If lein c,,inlt. -ulvctt
Dr W atkins, of Metcalfe, Mr. J. R. T t. APPLEYAI N t hei*i'lc uivt toc all iredot lei, st.e.' i,.e 'i..it l ofi the Irlc.ii,>icratic- Priintii Mi i'tPa
Jones, of Tallahassee, and Mr. W ool- APP an ,litriliute,, f the tustate of lihi it l. Sltay- i w" o ell ,w n I I4 i f aithfi (kn ftr lft ,. i. -
i ne deceai' late of lAo>n counliy. I'li,,ria. c ni t n-r.it ,ifhis i,. I. l a iil r,.e.'ciini,l clicc fci
folk, from "over the river, were Vis- all vlei'-,ili hai enrl clitain orhdeniand.i- ilalin.t ti ti"' la* uc
itors. Mr J. W Haves, of the Capital es t.t. tio Irt 'soltc i ies cc. ,IliIi t ,, il,. t Nhin MAN^ N R F IK N S.
City, was in the neighborhood and vis- tw Year- frnni this iate. thh "th .,\ 4f .ebru- To th hl- Dowratic V,,ters of Iin 'Count).
ar A. [ I t lil;, ,,therwis. all such c I;lal -. will I.e I r.I'-lectfull. anii,,unic.t it, c'amlilarsi folr v..-
ited his old hom e lr,.I l i..rr.ti. i,.tio l,,n ,, the otthe .. f.. o fci .I co ,,ol niino.-i,,n.,l
W e hear that many farmers are out t A'. A IFI':MII.I.Y, f.i ttil ir'lI il i. t oin ic l of 1. o'n, i i c ,ntc., ti l.,I.,n
of corn and trying 'to buy that much -- A rnini-tratrlf th.e estate rli t.lt ..Sta.ier., theact,,n i f th.eikl ncnic tl I'ninar. ito t be heli
needed grain. It is always so when The Nay Party. Ste J. D) Cay when you wish to buy 'vry ,..iisctifu.i iions 1i i'ATis s
cotton sells for ten and plus. The annual May party given by the a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
We are sorry to have to report that Town Irmrovement Association wa will give ou the best at the closest Tallaha ssa. eb. oth. iai.
Mr. A. R. Sessions is confined at his held at Lewis Park Friday afternoon, prices. l1-tf To hi,, .k,nl,..ratc ,,Vters. of l.eAonun t)
home by a bad case of bronchitis We May 4th These May parties are al- I re"eictfully announce in) canidaicy for re.
hope he will soon be out. ways a delightful feature of Spring- Political Announcements. """""unt,,subjecttothett emocra,ic Primax .
t is said +iat barrels of fresh water time, and are looked forward to with For your past kindnesN and consideration. I
fish are caught out of Lake lamofiia by pleasure by the children. The children [Announcements will be published under thin thank you very much, and will %ery gratefull) a,-
negro fishermen and sold to parties met at the Kindergarten and marched head until after the Primarn El.ctions at $5. pre.eate a re-election at your hands. A
from 'over the river," who sell them to the ark. An innovation this year en advance. for the full time./ .AU 0. Aui:i
to the different towns on that side. We was a floral parade of handsomely deco- 7 the rpe ift Leon ( r ra i llector.
do not like this business, and think that rated doll carriages and wagons. The he ounrth Tallahanse. Fla.. Feb -.th. itio.
if it is not against the law it should be May Queen, Miss Ruby Byrd, led in an I hereby announce my candidacy for the position 1'To the lImocratic Voters of I^n ('ount:
made so by the next Legislature. Two artistically decorated wagon with ivy state nator fm th Eihth ta candihedarey for rectf-nominatonn for the oatle will fTa
g would be better cufollow-the crops and white roses, drawn by six couriers, trict. To yu submit the question of my ualii- illector of lon county. subject to the action of
would be better cultivated, and when Joe Parkhill, Tom Palmer, John Gam- catnons to represent you in that caliacity. the democraticc Primary.
the people living around the lake want- e R, C ra, n ae If nominated by the Democratic primary, and I thank all my friends for their past favors and
ihe people oving around e akewanic ble Raymond Cochran, Henry Yaeger elected, I shall devote my best efforts to your yerv- many kindnesses, and a continuance of thoir
ed fish to eat or to supply a picnic, they and Albert Blackburn, and attended bv ice. and your interests and welfare shall I my i favors and kindnessne will tee greatly appreciated.
could go and catch them. two knights, Martin Hirschberg and sole consideration. I Your. very respect fully. w. A. D)r.ui y.
Stop Gruiblinm Hugh Archer Palmer. Following was es ectuy.JOHN W. lHINDER.SON.
if you suffer from rheumatism or pains, a dainty retinue of maids of honor and For S***Reprentativ.
for Ballard's Snow Liniment will bring knights drawing gorgeously decorated the Dmratc Voersof Leoo County:
w sd ToIDemocratic Voters of Leon County:
quick relief. It is a sure cure for wagons. Among them was that drawn e' hereby announce Gilbert Hartifield has acan-
sprains, rheumatism, contracted mus-I by Robert Temple, a hook and ladder lidate tfor the Houseof Representative, subject
cles and all pain-and within the reach decorated in white, in which rode Miss to,, the. action of the Ienmocratic primary .
of all. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00. C R. Annell Ball. which won the boys' prize. Vox ropi,.ll.
Smith, Tehana, Tex., writes: "Ii have Others deserving special mention was To the Voters of beon County:
SmthTeana, ex. writes fire wagon, decorated in red, white I hereby anneouuce myself as a candidate for
used Ballard's Snow Liniment in my and blue, drawn b Richard Phill member ,of the House of Retcrn.'entatives from
family for years and have found it a and lue rawn county in the next General Aenmbly, sub-
fine remedy for all pains and aches.I which was much admired. Little Miss j.c-t to the action of the emoi rstic I'rimary.
fine remend it for a pains an athe ches. Evelyn Whitfield, in Japanese costume, Respectfully. A S W.:i.i. 1.
Sold by all druggists. rode in a wagon representing America w.. the *Democratic voters of L.i...n co,,unt,.
Suggss. and Japan. while Uncle Sam gallantly hiere.iy announce W. N. Keith as a candidate, fr
Commualcated. walked behind. A very attractive wagon M,'nii',, f the ious iterem 't ies. ."Je
in pink and white was drawn bv Frank M itin sx
To My Friends and Acquaintances and inTalor in white was drawn b Fdgertonk ac it
Taylor, in which dainty Lou ,dgt'rton
the Public at Large: AT,,h.n .
It strikes mne forcibly that one good Vhlitfield rode. A wagon in lialebluet l,',hi. ,rriin s f.. os M Wn,,lkei uiin,. iicn A
turn deserves another. so I though trimmed with white carnations, driv'en inIa. itnhdcariiltt. fo, iIi'. li .-.. cf ,I,,.,,I.|- ii -Y -
turn deserves another, so I thought I by Jack Taylor and drawn by two. little .- ta... M,,m NS.
would let the people know how Mr at the couriers, G(;us C(ox and Eddie Andrews.
A. Rawls done me the good turn at the tandem style, in which rile (Inareta For the Legislatre.
last Legislature. I started foraposi- M, Ou. of tha. Fairie excited 7, i, ,, ,,.. ,* .l n ,,,,
tion called janitor through the advice i f hen o t e t IiIi'c "t-'" cc i c--
of W. A. .awls and a friend whose much admiration Then came a bev\ I rict. ainiiciirci' i.ii11l'ulh.ie f, t. ii,'-i
eof W A. Rawls and a friend whose of beautiful little girls, each pushing ti.,n .,r ,ir.se,..ntattv froi,, Iel,,,icn,,,, ic i h,.
name I have forgotten. Mr. Rawls an artist :illv decorated doll carriage. "i t ,"" ".I. cit I l,,. i-",. .. .. i ,i,,i,.i ,ic i,,
told me there was a friend in the coun- M. i cart with iits x- f c i ,the Iti,"n ralc t v' "tche- """I i hi i aI'
try who was a personal friend of his. 1 l option tf pink cthrysanthe- In i ln l -iiI.. ,,in,, ni i en i t na- I
He talked like as if he would be in the pk .n. wn for its dainty l i tfc'V Iic ,ii.c'c "Mo, i
race; if he did not come out, then ht nlie -inu te l tie i rien, won for it.A d tintti- f ,"i t' 'a,, ,,l" ,, .... 'ililc-
'A o ldri. c r ows" n e thi' te iirl-' prize. N iitlblv lieauti- i,, .i0i0,iliict f i, epI ..,- ic. ic .eii I 11 ,a ,
would help me. Mr. John l e.rsol fu amnng the artistic carriages was a.in iiill t ,ai ... cti ... %n ii.,r, ,ic i c. .. ii'.n
told me he would do all he could for me that ity l,ouie Hous in ... '-c / <,ci
and said I ought to have a jotb there. white, t ri ni d with t )roI fusilln If ,, I. '...i e i'. ,i . iitc-lic,, i "\
Mr. Rawls gave me an order to the vihlet-: also thi t oif Fltorence Moi in ,.. ii ., i,,: .... .,,i i. /
capital l Printing otfthe and tildi ine to blue, in white roses: Christine Banks in il .. -l. I' lI'I i, i llici
get as manyticketspriited as wanted ite an. reen, and Frances W hite- ,,,,,i,, ,, ,i,,,,,. i,, ,,,. ,,,. ,
and he would pay for them. head also in white chrysanthemurin ..... u mir ,,,..r .t.ir,1.. i -i,,,,,, i 1i i. .. ,, i
I thought al was right until the night Gertrude Marcus' cart was bl.autiful in ., O...,, ui I .iii i.c tI ,,Ic, n,,i ,,e li.,,,i
the caucus met John Roberson had yellow chrvsanthemums, ani EffieCure- l,,, t,.I,,'shll I, afi cit e.. .,t.-;vi l c ,w
M r. Billinger and Rawls had 'rince as 11 in white daisiesIfi if l tg fe t I a clt1 w ,,,, ..",ii ...i t ,i ar .... .
candidates; that left me out in thet cd. Mr. Frank Widemnan, in a graceful ,,..,t* ii aittil, r'.... ... t e.,, I a-k i \/
Rawls called Billinger out in the hall s crowned the queen ai ,liv- "",";,, ',... -, ,. f,
and asked what w ere going to do. ) re the prizes. The youung mian av- b.al -I..Nl fonld,, aclca ant ,iot., ...
We told him we were going to stick. quit tedhimns.Ife s hlen did nv, i..at '- 1 )i all mi t l t li .ot, 1-s. ii, i.uI -iiit' .1..
Rawls said: "You can't do anything; Aflutr tehin>- th usi len gail. iIlichanc'e Il; t:l. i-;f it i ill lCcc
you have no one to present you; Billan- Afut the various May p.l ,Iegun' -i..d. ni ..... -c-: a- ,
has-Roberon. Sowsinceiyo r,)und the vat'icous May itltl'i ebgu.tn, aw i.i,.i. l ci iiflnaiii ccii ,i 0 *PiRIii G m
ger has Roberson. Now, since you. which was one of the most enjoyable.- ,I.,.-1 sc ii..O "ccii -ci I i -OvRicc
too, went back on me, Rawls pulled a fe.aturtes f the afternoon. n c"r' ",rvcl" Vr I %lt -
book out of his pocket and held it out. (c',eam. ,ic.s, ;eke. lemona stating that Prince had all the counties home-m.nalhe candy were soldli. The May nIlcnci foiih i ,i h..;. .r.f -c.n,,c t' c ,t c ,.
in the State except a few. I asked party was a d.ci;ded success and much I.l sit.,i .,. f,., ., ,., If -n.,,i C O N A I I
him to show me a name on it; there j by the lrge crowd in attend- n umn u 1 M
wasn't one name. I pulled out my hook I. I.rLlenj,.i th large crow. in att i,.
and showed him three I got without u". ...M0 i. r uII l I..t,, M.. i in. ..... ni
asking them. He told me I could not Not if as Rich as Rockefeller. ,i, rate Icc**cir l M.,. t, i.. ,c
do anything, as I had no one to nomi- If \yicui hii all the wealth of Rcke- Irc rie ih.>3eccrti.,,.iii,,, ..l i, -k.i ,,,.i t.. .c RateS, $1.0
nate me. 1 told him I would dlo it my- f',I,,r'. th' St.indard ()il magnate, vou itn'e anI fthtihul ....s.n f,,, e ti i.,itmu c ic....,
self. Hlie said it was against the rules cculd not liuy a better medicine for ,"", i ,'iei" v i. I a.ii .- f,,, it,,- l ic,,r, ,, I ..ciu
W\ hen the time came t ste'ppel forward p,,1 c..,laints than ('hamherlain s,|,,,.I,,t li,,. ri.... i .,.i AiCcilfRei rm
in front of the Speaker's desk and ad- (olic. ('hohlra antI I)iarrhto'a Rt'medy. w l iiM,, 4
dressed him as follows: "Mr. Speaker. The most eminent physician cannot ',, li,,. I..r,.c.rt c ,,ii,- ,,f I-.,,c I,, ,uca
I want to get the privilege through you prescrihe a better preparation for cole Ila ini i,,i.';;n c .c ,I t, c.i,..-,,,i ii e ui 1
of the members of the House to notmi- and ,iarrhoet.a. bloth for children antd ,n.,,,.,, ,f t,.i .,ri ,t ....i ce, ,o,,n.i W,.,,,.. W L S i) ItCK LAN
nate myself, and if I get it I will then ulults The' uniform su accesss of this ,i",,,, ich' ic,-,'.,iet i0,,. ci ii ',,v ,,c .. ...c a,,,I I U
state my reason Anv one that donl 't remedy hs shown it to be superior to of a numli..r of fra .n.i I ,lc,,,. ,atl. kee their word can t ie d p le hdi on. all oth er. It never fails, ati when hi.i l )cni rats< I'nm iar fi...i.. i i t ci....ini a.ii- 4 ..',
If the parties mentioned in this e.it'n .th with water and swe eten ed, is '... '0, ., fr,,' l,,v,,,
haa nnv tuitth l with water and sweetened. *1 i "'t ," "' cc '"'" J. H H O R T O N
the assertions herein stated. I take Ilm nt te take. Every family should I r,'i-'s^ fuclc ,i,,uli I ,cc ...' |T
oath they are true. h, msu;ppjlied with it. Sold hv all dru -. .ii,>iitn ,cci itt i, ,,,i I i 1sr 'cci c Vc1t
l) F. RI('HARItst. N. gists. 1, .i r.th V,,i0 r f I i ,ulIll
A dvt. (Ilid (' onfederate. gl .. a ,,,,ii i.e n 0i.f ,.i ,h cu .i Ii>r,, .t i ., t- i .
u1 "i .. ...i ..re' L .r.i g ..i .. a t t .l fi. r 0 tc l," u cut I i .i l


Ilonor- a;r. e om ing nth icK and f ai ist.t f I.. .. .t. . ... f--- .I ...
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. Editor I 'odringtn, of theI lhILantIl ir'.i .,, i I .n <..i ,4 i i..1I,.. ,nl..i. if
How often do we hear it remarked: News in Volusia county. He is not I.-1Iu.-i i, I ,,cccli fia In .. ,....i .- . l nitlil-Ir alc,,I.
'It's only a cold." and a few days nln a 'lca idllate for the LegIitlatur.. .f it is,,, ft th. .,
later learn that theta man is on his back whA chit'h ,, ni .an dlistincti(ln in its ,lf vi.I,.i fil I .i..i.
with pneumonia i his is of such corn- udaial as in ll ,be suit ,v th, jill' lf l i c "v. .,. .. ict,-t c n. i..r,r .. l. c..c
mnin occurrence that a cold. however s in suit of ...ui.in i. I e.,
slight, should not I disregarddl ('ham- the ( m nal rt of Velusia county. isn,. in ,nr. ,t ..f .. i/ .hi,. ,. f c ,, i, .
ierlain's ('Cough Remedyti counteracts Niwk, if hi e h ii win out at the pnrim .a- ,i,,,. ,I,,i.,'. i ,c ,, ,,,., c .'.. n,, ,a ,i,
any tendency of a cold to result in 's h'e e.it, claim such a run if luck as l.ort ifr Ty fri,,,. w .T. Int m. ,nc..r of i t,.,
lineumonia, and has gained its great will make' him facile princess among I...I ii.,f,I.rve ia.ve .......u. ri,..ti f ..f I n,., u ,>
popjularity and extensive sale "by its Fiuritia editorss Think of one mof us nrot .t att.ti.ten i nd ,.it si vu'. e-et.si a. a .,r
h-atpopularity and extensive sal rcy its h aker"- %rt "ni- ier n ',er iilei os. If- t t. I n --t enier'-.i .,ar al
prompt cures of this most common ail- sh' and na m.ng cracker w writers w.rf.fll .A, Jill.
meant. It always cures and is pleasant down here in the sticks btin a rMeal.
ithmeertI It always cure.tc' an Ic anv n w -nh .. e.u
to take. For sale by all druggists. s n bln. wn-in-the-itnttlain rv isel twt teric-. a a member ,f t he
.^- -. -.-/ ... lprinceps. live )Oak Democrat liard eif ( Cunty ('cnieie.-nr f(or lA.n count),
Iral arguments were heard before ''"' at the imlicitatmuin f a nueinlnie- o.f fnendi. I take
the Supreme Court Tuesday in the PIratlig Feley's Homey and Tar. theiseiansftano,.ne dn rat I wll teeta caniate
ifcr rIe-elect Pon frsrom adiet rerl ci 4, subject if i-,eurs r
mandamus proceedings against the At- Foley & Co., Chicago, originated to, the aitmu>i ofI the i>.n.iwrstlr primary. Thank-
/ lantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung n un a- n al teer uc rtse.tfully.
brought by the State to compel them to remedy. and on account of the great jSTiR.. .
obey a recent order of the Railroad merit and popularity of Foley's Honey c .i horeb announcemowlf a candidate for County
Commission requiring the Atlantic Coast and Tar many Imitations are offered for ,-mnm."m.- mm lri net No.w c.n.
Line Railroad to transport as freight the genuine These worthless imitationsJ
along its right of way poles, wire and have similar sodig nmes. Beware To ote Democratic Voulr. onCountyr:
material o-the Posta Tlegraph Com. of them. The iengte Pooy's Honey = 4t" and f:.olith,
pany. Hon. Daniel Rountree, of* At- and Tar is in a yellow paige. Ask from a trim anumer of frtind I have derided to
lanta, appeared for the Postal Com- for it, and refuse any su tute. It is nan 11, the emen rasmarI for reAsom..tln
ny. anHon. Fred T. Myers for the the best remedy for equghe and cold. '"r t- i. sr e I.
tlantle Coast Line Railway Company Sold by all dlera T 5,1t t c. snsm.


ONE DOOR LAST OF W. V.
TELEGRAPH Ol'FICli.


Tallahasee. Fla., March 6. 1906.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I respectfully announce that I am a candidate
for the office of Tax Collector of Leon county, sub-
ject to the action of the Democratic Primary elec-
tion, and respectfully solicit the support of every
good citizen of Laon county.
D. W. REDD.
For Cotaty Tremssrer.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-
election as Treasurer of Leon county, subject to
the action of the Democratic Primary. I desire to
thank the voters of Leon county for their past cor.
dial support.
Respect fully, J. EARLE P IRKINs.
To the Voters of Lecon County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re*
nomination for the office of Supervisor of Reils-
tnation of Ieon county. subject to theaction of the
Democratic Primary. I thank the voters of Leon
county for their |avit si>port. and will greatly ap-
pnreciate the same favor at the Primary May 15,
Viul respectfully, SANVE:. P. CHAIRES.
Coa rgelailI Aaasieeomeat.
I Iher'l>y announce that I am a candidate for
C'ongr.s in the Third Conirre.sional Districtof
the State of F'lorida. subject tio the Democratic
primary) that will bm held in 1 Wt. And I shall, if
c'l'steil. %%ork iinct!Aain )tly ant i ott for:
l.t. Alpprotprtitone. for the inmpniirv>ment of the
arslcoiinl tar)S. rive\'r alld harlx>InS of this congress.
si lth d ist rnit.
2nd. I shall oulimse the rviluction of the South's
retrisenitatlon in C'ngrib .c*.
:3ni. I shall it all that I can to ha% e free rural
niail dehlier) establil. 4th. I shall enideavor to have a thorough irelog.
ecal survey made in each count) of this ditrict for
thitn netiiti of farmers and all concerned.
:th. I shall work for the Iprolwr advertis-ment
,f the State and its rt:sources, and encourage the
iI elit ment of capital.
tith. I shall work to place Florida on an equal
footing with the leading States of the Union in
education and industries, and the various Proire.-
iive developments that will be beneficial to the
State.
7th. I favor the increase and extension of the
commercial relationship of the United Statee upon
an onuitable basis with the various nations and
Islan d of the world, in order that the farmers of
the South may find a ready market for their cot.
ton antid other products at paying prices, and that
the manufacturer may find an outlet for his sur-
plus manufactured products.
The above are a few of the many things that I
favoor and expect to work for if elected.
JrrricRMtN D. STKPHNU.
For Sale or enot.
The Houstoun Home Place, one mile
east of the city. For particulars, ap-
ply to
35-tf J. P. S. HOUSTOUN.

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A Cup of White House or Blue Label
Noca and Java Coffee
i- lhat a oes straight to thte hlart of
t'\ % rtinn at Ireak fast tirne, atnd every
in'e know.- that oillv jet 1,1.,I cfI Wel. \V take s>pe< iil )irite in
ouitl leratuels. uis they have made our
.tniir,' fatiim Just uis goitd its the cof-
fev'. we sell are t.its, which principle
hol WVI, sell nothing bit th' best of food<
iromdiucts those we have' ,tested 1jur-
svl'sa. tind so can st andi liy tihem.
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SUMMER COMFORTS.




ART SQUARES OF JAPANESE MATTING,


REFRIGERATORS,

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MOSQUITO CANOPIES,


HAMMOCKS,

PORCH SHADES,

SCREENS,

And all Kinds of Furniture and House Furnishings

conducive to summer comfort.

We sell "The Standard" Sewing Machine.




D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.

dw(rdS C IOFFICIAL CALL. ', "," .... ",',:' .,:..I... ,r JY"LV,

dwarfs Son" ....< ..... ",......O ..w..n.. '+":, THE JOY OF LVIN..
llith he. nurt,, f4a.ll .'irnii'to.-'-fr -'ip'.', 'r COAN BE FULLY BR ALIZED WHEN TOU
Leon Countly Demiocratic Primary of" ,i.i.,,, ..f i. ir tt ih. ji.. ,..,,fall
City Market, Election tailed to Be Held on I,, ,I ,,,, ... ',,, u ,.,, .. ENJOYG OOD HEAYLTH O
I 1111 Oki r h, rd- I I .t lie-t. ,
Tuesday, May 15th, 1906. i. '.,.th. il v, ,i.n.m ..f Jill tl ili- r
At il. it -rl- d ,,r + tI-t --limiih I l.ri '.~ lait im. rIt. t rii i lp.
S ta lls N.os. 5 a n d (s .. .. .... .... ..... I, ..... n ,I ..* .. I, ,, u:t. d a ,;.n : 1:, ,1 Ho -ld I
,, ,I I t i 1 i ,. il | i r-i he',f A, V'I I. ff h v tie, t1. 1fl li!ll l.1. pr IIt'ml 1 in t
t I l i i .... 1 i t- 1'1i 1-i> 1 | '.1 Al.li i l r .. i it r, |i tI hin' t it niIt. 'i ,,n i ii I I )N I' II.... ,,' .,. 1 9.. m . " i,,, i. .i. m .. . ,all l o.t e 1,., th'.' 0l
1 N o 1 0 4*) .* 0 1 It1*;. f ,, y *l h, ,,s dar of Un\ A I ,t-tt i*** ut th ,.utirf h, l-
I.. I, ,,, l i ., lth i'n o f M'.\ A1i lI' l r ir | 'iI ii, l.' 1r.ti n-- h. L I B. the ltf o s oe
f, o tli ....... k A M 'l l'n l *nlAwI la .i 1 1" 'i I ,,rI1 l- an d cl I l %it,'ai 1.. tir > i ll1 | 4 hi.l x hilt a iit H ,, r a ttd
tI ll in li s . r .. ,, l,,,,,, .. ,,,, ,,U ,,, ,ht ,e.. 1- e... I,, ,. . .r .. -...l. .,v l ... n , l
l, i '11 t 6' r Iil .1h(L'-A 1 htIprimar ill al, 'i''''''t I ,m' i'' ''' ill l llt'h h. IHHII *l ..f .io bpohrir y Ze ars toiobiterate.IGEBii
alll kin s ,h's'h, ,* s ,..ml"n l i, .l l6i.iit ntt, I 'it.Iill ,1t1i ahabll. % 4ethl two itI1 *% thvi- iaftv. l- r. tif
i t n i l.lI'' 1 A w i,% IiaI.e.ttnIrel ot h charmln p if 's ont H at# insiymt r nntd l v o
1i 9ir :, A I '.h, rhS I a* i.. .i 1 t.' il ill 10 1 i, i,'.i I of I t mil e,141111.. .1 ,(. i fl. l I. ( f F A L E D .
1 9t I ,... .. 1 I 'o 11. 1 I. 9 .i I T .isThePo l Liver Medicine
.::1,-,i ,,J14,..A ,0, ,IAt,.hHis.., ,h llMal-. icJilt%,t-ItTeair,', ays',,
9it.1 1. 1"141 5 11m.1rofn IlectIonoaay 1thfI106- c kthin-bIditnn 4f1the, .montrhswith rinver(rou-it)
.L ,r , -I e*i' l 1 *l<'<' ,i" ,Mll -urh e.lve t,, -H.a w 11* ,,i ..., rf th Th ,r.tl i)ttriet .Pit h r+.. ilt ai t ,
Ify l Nw I l tlit- \'('r y I 'St ,Intl ndi'"" 'I " .f. i o"" r. .- 1 ,,ee. ..rowt..
1111d*cle. ti- stIho fl wt I t*.-w1 1. IIoA UARANTEED CURE for all disease produced by TOM.
f 1 (1h n 1. 1 i I it il aI, i,,,,i t. i,, i. .,' ,l ''om el and Guinine. They act as rank poisons
r-it.. ... ..... a i,.. , ,i.' .,.i ,i . 1 ..i 9 ...i ...,, ,,,,, ,, ,, ... .... ,,.. ; ,,,i a.l.,.di A OUDA TIE D nURE BLo r Doi disoit n i.l you r b yTO R
f ( ill u sl 11' ....! ..... ... I, i.... !' ........ ..h,1 ..... | .... b '.. h... .. ..s.r... .... i,, ...., ,hio ,',,, h,. ti I w. am1 C alom e an tiinine. T ey act a. r n p'io, m
which vitiate the blood. debilitate the system. and leave a trail
l ,t. .. ..' .. ... ,,'- ',, ,-' '"" , ......... ,., ......' .A"" poisons, is absolutely harm less and is the sim ple rem edy of
Illll ,.... . ,.,,, .. . ... .... .... nature. It carries off all poison in the yste4m and leave* no *
..... : '' .......l. ":" ...... .. ....' ...... ..' CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER
I' ,, : , ,; "., ,* ,, ,," INSPECTORS AND CLER-S.R E
!. 'i ... ........... Aon ... A,,k Iredell, Texa,, ay. : ,1 W
S . .. ,,,.. .,. ....., . mary Electon May l.th, 1906. lck in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the
,. .... ..... ".... ,"...... ""' ...' . ... "' . '" ,; .. .. ,,' .... doctor seem ed to do m e no good. I was toid to try
. ,. ,1 .......... ..,. . r . iler bine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot
.. .. ........... .. ,, ,,,,,.>. ..... ,, ,,, ... ........* ,. '.... 11 , . m ecomm end thi K wonderful medicine too highly."
a ,.,. v.,o .. n .. ,^. ,,o,. ",,...... *.."" '"... LAIOE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE 0ENUINE
"::^-"'=" ;"..... .. """ .^w*r '" '" -',B'allard Snow iniment Co.,
,,e('I.*A T I, ,,ll. . .... |u-h. l.,. l, .fl lhl," I o l, , .. i tn ...h + l I '. ,"*" ', r', '*" 1' w 1t-l'. 'I* *., 1 .
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K,h i.., n..n rl.. rr.r .. hate h r ari rnt-1 t .r., r '. A M abl, (" ,
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