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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOL. 2.


TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1906.


NO. 12.


5Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


S' M L ADIE matter in it reaches its perfection. to them: "We are draining these lands
Bitter experience has taught vegetable for the benefit of the whole State. It
PROPOSITION growers that even on the Bay ot Bis- will not cost you of the west, middle
cane frost will kill their growing veg- and northern counties of the State one
-- tables occasionally, and sugar cane cent to drain them. We ask that you
tar- Abrams' Letter Me. 3. SowiB cannot stand frost., shall sustain us in this scheme because
Ma*r Abra-ms Letter *e. 3, Showing Governor Broward's dream of con- we are making a few people in four
the Dralage Sckheme Up for averting the Everglades into a paradise, counties in the extreme southern part
What It Is Worth. of sugar plantations was worse than a of Florida pay every dollar for the
hasheesh fantasy. It is difficult to im- work." I submit that this will be an
Jacksonville, Fla., April 21, 1906. agine what sort of dope has been in-'appeal to the cupidity, the dishonesty
Editor of the Metropolis: jected into his mind by the men who! and the meanest characteristics of the
I have been quite interested and not are really behind him in this scheme, human mind. It will be asking the
a little amused and entertained at the but no man who has studied the history great majority of the people of the
a ltolof the su ar industry and who is ad- State to help rob a small minority for
published articles of his scheme of vised of the millions of acres of sugar their benefit. This is is pn English and
draining the Everglades which have ap- land lying untouched within the tropics frank language. but it is exactly what
peared over the signature of Governor because of the competition of the beet is proposed. When Governor Broward
Broward. He appears tothink that be- sugar and the lack of labor to cultivate boasts that he is willing to go before
cause the drainage of lands in other these lands will regard the Governor's the people of the State to back his
States has proven successful andprofit- prediction in this particular as other scheme, he proposes a campaign based
S es thatproven sucesrsu aproit-tha the vipt **moonshine dream upon the spoliation and plunder of tht
able, that the same result must neces- than,. the veriest "moonshine dream few for the benefit of nd pluman. He
sarily follow his drainage scheme. in few for the benefit of the mansion of
AN ABSURD COMPARISON. B'T -EVEN IF SUCCESSFUL ,()ooses acres of land in the drainaeof
I have read a great deal about the But, even admitting that the scheme district (for it will amount to that) and
drainage and irrigation of lands in Cali- would result as the Governor and his to ask the majority of the people of the
fornia and other Western States. but associates predict, it is clear then that State to sustain him in this work of
there is such a marked difference be- the draining of the Everglades would confiscation because it is not their prop-
tween the conditions existing in those not confine its benefits solely to the erty being confiscated. but that of a
States and those existing in Florida that small section of the State embraced in small minority of their fellow-citizens.
comparisons are absurd. To begin, the drainage district, but would confer It may be good politics, but it can only
every large scheme of irrigation or immense wealth on the whole people of win by advancing the argument of the
drainage carried out in these Western the State of Florida If the three and highway robber. surroun.led by his pals.
States has been preceded by the most a half millions of acres of land owned holding a pistol to the head of the do.-
extensive and thorough surveys, involv- by the State, when drained, will be of fenseless traveler, and. by promising to
ing long periods of investigation and the value Gov. Broward predicts, then divide the plunder among his associates,.
thorough calculation as to the approxi- they will be worth from $50.000,000 to obtain their support a i1 assistance.
matecost. Furthermore, work on these S~eEv0,,y.i). Evterv dollar of this im- And thi. pi lan can only -ucceed if te
schemes has never been commenced mense sum will be *"wned by the people majority of the voters ,'* Florida are


until there was an urgent, pressing de-
mand for the lands to be drained or irri-
gated. In addition to the natural in-
crease in the population in these West-
ern States, there is an influx of some-
thing like a millionn foreigners pouring
annually into them, taking all available
lands and rendering it necessary to irri-
gate the arid lands and to drain the
swamps As a consequence, as fast as
these tracts are either irrigated or
drained they are occupied by settlers
* The land hunger in the West was evi-
denced by the t ousands that thronged
the borders of the Indian reservations
and poured into them as fast as these
lands were thrown open to occupation.
DIFFERENT CONDITIONS HERE
In Florida the conditions are entirely
different We have millions of acres
entirely untouched by the plow an( un-
occupied by settlers, of as good lands
and as capable of profitable cultivation
as any to be found in the Everglades.
LIMITED DRAINAGE REQUIREMENT.
It is safe to say that If the lands on
the eastern atnd western shores of the
extreme southern end of the peninsula.
embracing the two strips of land
stretching from the ridges separating
the Everglades from the Atlantic and
from the Gulf were drained and occu-
pied these lands would produce ten
times the amount of vegetables and
fruit needed for a population of over
2.000,000 of inhabitants.
A limited system of drainage has
been going on both on th- Atlantic andl
Gulf coasts for years The Florida and
Atlantic Coast Canal Company have
drained a considerable amount of these
lands by means of its canal running
parallel with the Atlantic. The Florida
East Coast Railway Company, the
Model Land Company and the Boston
and Atlantic Coast Land Company and
numerous individuals have drained and
are still draining much of these lands
bordering on the canal
The normal and average price of veg-
etables and fruits grown in the semi-
tropical region does not call for any
rapid increase in the area of land de-
sired for the products of that region.
There is, therefore, no demand for any,
great amount of drainage or irrigation
in the extreme southern end of the
State.
THE SUGAR CANE UTOPIA.


the men with him have the slightest A DIESKRVED
conception of the work they have em-
barked upon. If they can carry it into PROMOTION.
effect some future astronomer in Mars
or Venue will be able to discover in the
southern end of this State more canals
than ever Flammarion found in the S. C. yewston Promoted and Col.
planet Mars And the annual expense A. 0. NacDonoaU comes Geemral
of keeping these canals clear and free Agent of Passenger Depart.
from the aquatic growth which springs meat, S. A. L. Ry.
up almost in a night in this semi-tropi-
cal region will involve an annual taxa- Effective today Col. S. C. Boylaston,
tion as large, if not larger, than the Jr. who has for a number of years
present 5 cents per acre taxation. been tnnsn pr a&rpnt f the Seaoadl


IT WILL NOT PAY.
The cultivable lands in the Ever-
glades, when drained and canalled, will
never sell for 50 cents on the dollar of
what it will have cost to drain, and ca-
nal them. Even if there was such a
pressureof popCulation and such a sparc-
ity of cultivable land in the State as
called for drainage or irrigation, these
could be supplied more readily and at
much less expense in other localities in
this State than in the Everglades.
FIRST DRAIN OTHER LANDS
If there was not some scheme behind
this project and the Drainage Boardi
waM really actuated by a desire to pro-
mote the interests of 'the people of the
State. why did it not, under the law.
bg'iin elsewhere? Take the Alpopka
muck lands or the Green Swamp, the
tir-t lying in Lake and Orange countiu.-
an d the second partly in Lak, ()rantre
i.nd Polk counties 'lhe first 'is ,op'n to
casual observation. The Green Swamp)


Official Returns, by Precincts, of Democratic Primary

for Leon County.


PRECItNCTS.


Cu('ngre.s.nman
Lamar ..
Stephens
Railroad Comnmis-,ioner
Appleyard
Bailey ..
Blit.ch
Burr
Supreme' (urt .Justice
C lark .
'Parkhil:l
Whit field
State Setnator
Henders,,n .
Rawls
Repre-entat ivE'. e[.islature--
Banks
IHartstie.ld
Keith
Walker
Wells
County Tax A.s.essor
County Tax ( '(,11,tor,,
Dem llv
Reddu
County Treasurer
Pe.rkins
Country Commisniner:-
District 1 -
Roberts. W -
Smith.
Distri-t 2-
Johnson, R G(
Johnson, W. J
District 3 --
Collins .
Moore
District 4-
Roberts, L. A
Stoutamire. W D)
District 5-
Register
School Commissioner:
District 1 --
Patterson .. .
District 2-
Boatwright
Page
SuI.ervmsor of Registration-


Governor Broward. however, sees |iaires ......
millions of acres converted into sugar Justic % of Peace:
cane plantations by the draining of the D:." ict 8--
Everglades, and he makes a most un- MIler-
fortunate allusion to the island of Disprict 12-
Jamaica when he compares the analysis Brown--------...--------................
of the soil there with that of the Ever-,
glades He does not, however, explain
why, with such a redundancy of popula- of the State at large, and not by the
tion on that island that thousand upon people of one small section in the south-
thousands of Jamaica negroes annually ern end of the State. Nothing can be
migrate from that island to Central and clearer than that.
South America and Cuba to seek and to way NOT TAX THE WHOLE BTATE?
obtain work, if the cultivation of sugar If this result .tofollow this proposed
cane was so proftable; or why, w ih scheme, why, instead of taxin the own-
WUlat= of a stems" vaila-
...iie i sLeuarla- ert of 3,00,000 acre 6 cents per ace
-e4h ,us t .o e fa 1 i. s reugarnd to drain these lands, are not the bar-
"aa -t.r ..liv ..to t . inetr s dens d vided equally among the taxpay-
&evsa.ba. livin.gto it s TRvet era of the entire StateAnannuatax
versince the bet sugar industrye- of a 5 mills per acre on the taxable
came established, sar from cane halandsof the tate would produce a
ceseMd to be of paramount influence in lar er reve efor the p oof drain-
the ugr industry. What condition ing the Everglades than would the tax
May exist fifty or one hundred ) ears of 5 cent per acre on 8,000,000 a .
from mow, no man ca' foretell it. after t drainage was eompletd
it is clear that at all present time there d the land .., thepri e e di-
is8o0 M to howau e the dra nig of v d p aeeomg to the Is.
Il&isatisd 8=,14 wias v ,iewwto...tab- d dMpFUrt.he di... fa .the Sa
flol we VWL obtain the"or.. b..the utas t, -D nse
eslvont'&hr f otsss eveoeW NtW sa~me h
to compete with the C a umn, r_'to,, ,t-il tw olame4int
. KRiem am Jsumlesh M i n m.P ,h bitt t O SStrb
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Air Line Railway, becomes assistant
general passenger agent of the system,
with headquarters in Jacksonville, suc-
ceeding Col. A 0 MacDonell, who be-
comes general agent of the passenger
department of the road.
'ol. MacDoneil has for many years
filled the position with the Seaboard
and the roads that preceded that road
in the ownership of the lines traversing
Florida He is considered one of the
most efficient and competent railway
officials in the South, and the change in
position is entirely satisfactory to him.
In fact. it has been made to comply
with his wishes, and he will still be
actively engaged in looking after the
interests of the company. le is in full
sympathy with the policy of the com-
pany and his many friends will be
pleased to know that" he will still be lo-
cated in Jacksonville
The appointment of Col. S. C. Bonys-
ton, Jr., will give universal satisfaction
to his numerous friends throughout
Florida and the country generally, for
he is one' of the best known and most
'eipullar railroad officials in this section.
t is a weil deserved promotion, for he
haiu been associated with Col A. 0.
Macl)onell for the past nineteen years.
lie entered the service of the roads
that have since been absorbed by the
Sa;board upon coming to Florlda in
Iws7, and has never made a change,
lhiinr constantly in (ol MacDonell's
ilice, and has filled every position,
through the grade of leirkships, until
now he is made assistant general pas-
se'nger agent of one of the greatest
railways in the country As Mr. Boyls-
t,,i hl;>, sometimes remarked. "I have
lnever 1lrawn a month's pay from any
other source iine, I started with (Col.
MacDonell "
Such a record of continuous service is
worthh\ of recognition, and all who
know the new assistant general passen-
ger agent are satisfied that the Sea-
l.,iard will learn to still further appre-
clate the value of his services
No) ot her changers have be'n announced
in thle pas.enuger udepartnient of the
Sbo Ann Picnicard
Wakella Annual Picnic.


Il.st Saturday week we had the pleas-
22 10 1 : 2: 13 2; \ 12 1; ; 2 ,l 11 li .l t < 2 l .* N ,, ure with our family, Mr.. Jefferson Fer-
1 rll and family, and Messrs. C. E. and
24 11 12 21 12 27 12 19 ; .m; .. 1-52 :t1 -.7 l *! ; .1 M. Sauls and Master Paul Sauls, of
2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 3 17 1" 27 18 7 37 1 l 21 'r llhasses,. ,l attending the regular
annual rin11e celebration with Wakulla's
22 11 12 23 13 28 1 17 6 ; 6 119 1 42 ;; 7 E *; .' : 2 7.17 hpitale people nt pleasant and beau-
tlutl Wakulla Springs (often dubbed
Poncie dIe Leon's mountain of youth). It
5 3 13 2 5 5. l1; 4 1 2 43 82 33 7 15 27 21 :tle,1 was a tine day, was attended bv a nice
21 10 11 11 21 10 2 1 4 16 *64 ;9 15 702 4 2 .1432 and pleasant crowd of men, women and
children, and every one present will re-
16 .5 4 21 2 9 1 16 : 19 74 s 21 1 3'; 30 48 426 member the occasion as one of the
9 7 8 2 7 16 15 4 1 17 3f; 54; 17 i I2 211 6 29 brightest of the season for 19(0. It
was particularly pleasant and enjoyable
6 9 9 20 2 6 9 6 ;, 1 27 75, 92 31 i51 Is 27 398, from the, fact, that while it was during
18 3 4 :3 11 19 7 13 1 7 1. 47 73 IS 218 26 : ; 30; 3734 the heated campaign that has just
Closed, there was no politics in it, there
11 1 1 2 3 1 4 6 2 6 19 39 4.5 19 3 19 38 5 215i bing only two Wakulla candidates
8 11 10 21 9 24 12 13 4 1 20 M 10'7 24 29 67 3 51 532 present. and be it said to their credit,
they did no lo-rolling that we could
1 11 12 23 12 2 14 17 5 7 ; l 13 7 31 ,. 49 observe on a hunt for votes. The whole
crowd mingled together, as if one fam-
ily, and all vied with each other in a de-
19 12 11 23 11 29 14 16 5 Si; l1o2 127 319 29 #; ) b 61 q2 termination to out-do each to see that
every living soul had a good time, that
7 3 3 12 7 20 14 15 2 3 21 73 lo2 20, 9 18 *SI "2 40 a.l inould leave the picnic grounds vot-
10 9 9 11 f; 5 2 3 2 5 14 32 is 23 v-; 7m 11 21 315 irmg it "iCe (if the most pleasant ever en-
2 1 joyed at that famous andr most beautiful
20 12 11 2:1 14 27 16 1S S :V 104 146; 41 34 1 r o .91 lnic ground. Space prevents us giving
a lint of narr. !s of the hospitable Wa-
S. kullai citiz,.ns who were in attendance
13 5 11 13 11 1$ 12 14 6 ,5 3o 75 lofi 36 44 26 417 and (lid so much to make us enjoy the
day, but we would not attempt it any
15 7 19 13 19 14 8 6 5 41 74 10) 3, 32 52 f2 441 way, for lear we might leave some
worthy and highly prized friends' name
out of the list. Sufice it to say, it was
so dishonorable and unprincipled as to contains thousands upon thousands of one of the most I pleasant picnic gather-
seek to derive a benefit by plundering acres of the richest high rolling, ham- we ever attended, and, oh my,
their fellow-men in the southern part of mock in the State of Florida. t is. in wat we did to that dinner was a plen
the State fact, an island of high, rolling land. ty l- or there was just an abundance of
AND AT WHAT cosT? surrounded by a swamp. The few everything god to eat, which no local-
hunters who, at periods of extreme low ity in this tate can surpass, for be-
The worst of it is that entering upon water, have been able to penetrate sides everything else you could think of,
this work is like a man in a cave, dark through the muck and bog into the there was an over-abundance of rock-
as hades, and without a glimmer of, hammocks within this swamp, unite in bottom Wakulla river bream (we put
light penetrating it Who can tell what declaring it the richest body of land or 7 of them out of sight) and plenty
the cost will be. I have heard it esti- they had ever seen in the State. It is Wakulla raised chicken and Wakulla
mated that the cost of thoroughly said to be covered with wild orange cured ham. N w reader, it is no use
draining the Everglades will aggregate I groves, with oak and magnolia I rees to say another single word, but we
as high as 25. 000,000 or $W0,00000. from six to eight feet in diameter Why shall go again-most tempted to move
After confiscating by taxation the lands not have tried theea swamps ai d over- down there for good.
of private owners, the cultivable land flowed lands as an experiment Or --
drained in the Evergladw will not sell why not have gone to the sw.mp and -
for enough to pay the aggregate cost overflowed lands n Middle and West real object, I am convinced that ma
of the entire drainage. Florida, where the levels are known Jority of the members of the Legisla-
The great maswof the lands in the and the cost of the work could be ap- tur, were hoodwinked into vo I for
Eerv des are at prei nt remote from proximated much nearer than this workI for I cannot conceive that rity
t portation. Tocanstroct nav; ablen the Evurglad? The law of1906 Feither house would have knowingly
canalsthrough these land nmefe tly under which this board I acting, di a w deliberatly enacted a measure
clse proximity to each other to become not deignate the Everglades, but a a- wi th deign and intentron of pre,-0
available for salhippb th4ir products to summed to cover the ettr 8tate. If cay pludring the owners of u000
NaJlrad or ocean r"Uola toit pro- those who prepared, latroducedand a.m Iland S in the "*extreme athern
vide the neeesary res4ofrs of water cured the pamage of tts lay intended WA Au te State. c4- .
available for irrigatla, Ip.m ss duri it solely to secure the daige of the AAU9XST. CLA4-AA S.
priod of ddrth, eziadltdiMaadttlsma414ll iisieat quesoa anE to Its taftittiant,, t Jra .
Sof constructing canals had deaa the was and is an u ndo lwt, an uqw law Five-room Cot cam Clinton Street.
r land. Neither Governor Broward nor and a dishonest law If this was the Apply to Miss JC Meginnims.


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THE TRUI DEMOCRAT
JOHN G. COLLINS. Preorieter.
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m achini lry for l e' le' i e' I 't I n I .
near f' u r t h I . i; e 'ei l 1 l i* ta,,
th le t liemor 'ley havei soI lavit hly I l!,IseaI

m onei y ( i I FIUi dtt wil l hi I l.el ,1i)
oTe hf'ir l lee ,e'1 i eri ( cil' e <: a n l iI e f l' }i
|The pio'lt1ee jijkee taster-,ii t tihr hi lr, I lie-
day, and that mhow whi tI'i ll 'I.v arish 1
DeirinageM oltat d i lX w. "I, thee- eIe' Hae ee;
pity s" .o4-l9 (011a1111A II Ii I rhl 'y w ill II not
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abused Infit rnial imr I vI v ou 14 -II
alrom t g, nri t hee i th 't,,l
Judg ,Lock.0 0 i.. o i t, h, s1,rt 'if .10t1go.
to heake' a it e .iit i i that wilil 'i-. r-
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toetltnl a(1 It s. I h l le lif iif rola
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yo a1i nd toph e re te lt is t l1he tile li t.
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dli herent lllst I e t ir 1i tl hlii'ie 4 i ht t halit
a trteeb- t ut'- ii tMwimon N-i ie t it
terprise
Diid th ley, li ,w" il a1r have tl y ej l i
larrowe e ScillreI- r l llih t l si o 01. 1 t utff
that w a itn-c .i, i0i lw, -i |-trlt> it.,I llli
eraoelrs, d hiie it i lii l, c ii te ntrk I 'li rti'
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lha l I'arkHli ll r e lrent ht ilir h h ell t steh


onif r aediii delctedl i- % ,i Ii r 0 C i'ltet ., iih, l is


different rl iJ il ani l \,.,,e o lit ,i Hl tart i
alrhlwill o ti b e.", oeo e Ma io r tw .


Itlected, ry ex .ptI. \ il ,lo l, nii


elected in Ie',i 'I III l, tib h \\ -,.'-,,
who ht s imadi ,ai .eil 'i ,, ,,i ii l ml|e
who pM'rhaiep Wits h er ,ti- ltlhuiighi al
erroneous imnprl en.r,-i,,ii o,1 4 iaili\ as t he
identity of his op111,ii nt i urila eni-'tincg
their vote, aI they ,)-il .e.eel, fir n oldhi
friend of the naNe nie I. o'1le.eor
Demllly, Treaeurer IPerkins llnd Asses-
sor Ames were all re'eleecteil, as were alimo
Hons. John A. Patterspn ande ilwkoUll
Boatwrightof the mchom)l Ibiard Taken
alto ether Leon county ha done her-
self proud, and it Is noiw urmversally
conceded that henceforth factional mli-l
tic will have no place., all having en
wiped out by the resultsof thr primary
United now wewill all stand, and united
we will pull for everything that's b lt
for Leon county.


THE PRIMARY ELECTION. IF ON MERIT, TENt STAND FIRM-sE A MAN. VOTE RIGHT.
The primary election in this county The charge made by Mr. John S. We have always admired and respect- Today is election day The battle of
last Tuesday was something of a sur- Beard of Pensacola, who is a candidate ed a man who dared express his convic- the ballots is on and it behooves each
Srhric-for the State Senate. against Mr. Ju ib voter to cast his ballot for the best man
irifte perhaps t,, r,,t fthrpe partici- tice Whitfield of the Supreme Court. ions publicly and above board, but we for the position'desired, regardless of
patirn, therei.n it was pretty generally! that in return for the appointment as have contempt for the man or men who personal or factional alignments. The
expe-,ted for .-ornme weeks prior to the Attorney-General Iby Gov Jennings he attempt to "carry water on both shold- man or men nominated today must of
i-lection that it would be a severe ar- ave an official opi union against the era"-they will be sure to spill out of necessity represent the interest of all
raigrle,,t, of certain lowers that be by Judge Whe in the Pena- n both buckets. The task will be fraught the peo therefore vote for the
arind a vir.hlication of the principles en- cola papers. Whatever the facts may with many difficulties and result in man most capable of filling the posit
,,used hy this newspaper, but those have heen the incident is now "ancient many disappointments, .to the water desired, so that Leon county will i
mo,,t -ariguinte of ,urccess had never history," and the Wailes claim will be carriers and others. The man who sI stand behind the rest of the counts t
dario fr such auphavel of pub- imposed of on its merits by the Legin- undecided, who is vascilatin, having the State in ability or force of chara'
lare hop' f suc.h an iph.av.l f pub- lature-St. Augustine Record. I undecided, who is vascilating, having of its Senators and Representatives. -
l," o'neoi. If the Wailes claim is disposed of ,m one opinion to day and changing it to- Capital Publishing Co., May 15.
The sratorial campaign had bien on It merits, the.r, the State of Florida morrow, is not a safe leader nor one to "They show done that thing." The
f,,r rw,.arl. a year, aril had ioee'n waged will be placed t i t- right position be- be depended upon; he is without intiu- good voters of Leon county who have
w.tKh ,e, h zeal arill dJeterrmiination by the fore the world, andr the stain cast upon ence or power When he once rotuires had their eyes open to men and meas-
oipio.-it- of Mr I.ende.ron that a ma- its g nam. v the acts of Jennings a reputation for frequent changes of ures, showed by their ballots that they
j,rtiy ,! onr.e huriii-red would have. ben will have ben removed, for it has been opinion he is avoided by others, and no did not wish to take drainage, etc., "in
,,n-..-re.dl hi t onre. arnd when it aa'tu- charged, and purilily, that the opera one gives any value t, his expressions their'n," and now just watch them go
;.:i reah',.d Iroortion mrr, than hou. in ti- .it,. was secured and a There is really no su-h thing as neu- for that "Joint Resolution," which
,'.'l It,!. ti,.1' -it'.*' v 'ry ,r,. w ar araze-,d | .suffi,.ie.nt r,,ilm ,,.r ,,f tr.imlr ers of the trality in the world Neutrality is nno propose-s to put czarish power into a
i'ro,..' o- ,,r. n,,rit itin', 'that Il.egi slatur.e- ,,bi,id into a rne<-ting there man's ground. Neutrality is a boat in few men, who may be Drainage Com-
i, k.. ,,,l ;e..I ipn,r, it f. '-r.ult. T' Ihe' to ,.e. t, ,,.t-, s t.,, poi tf. They finally the, middle of the straamn, without oars missioners, that they may impose op-
I,,.*,,,I, ar,. t i.-'l 'f ,xtr,.avr.t 'ii arid pas-ed an art ai,(r,,Iprnatingonly small ,or rudder, in danger of capsizing and pressive taxation to carry on a scheme
r, -. -. I. e .f,rI r ,, t1. fI Irw,ard a rmen am i ri ount n. ,lue I i l. Wailes, which in it- rio help at hand. N N utrality is utterly which shows on jts face that it is ex-
S. ;I,, I,.e rl, I ,. r at'h w a t ril s,.lf was anr iadlrrni.-i,in oi f the justice of meaniingless in the affairs of life. pensive, burdensome, and at least
r,,i.-, i t. it..r .--t Y'h 1'v h v;,, h;dl the clairii, :alth.,ngh much less than it A "neutral" man who fails in the doubtful of being accomplished. Leon
# ,,f t .,, :.o,'r ;la r.r 1r*,-ve'd ,' ,t hilrr to w,,rk the a ca uI, to collec- battle of life has neither country, kin- in- ount, ill ,,,o stioi wi ithi the renstof
i,,,s1, t.I ,..,.. ;,; 1 l w g"r the l-gtr- ti,m whici l ol Wa.il' andl Mrs Beard dlred nor principle. Better fall fit ht- the c ,,intirs in tfh,' Statv in ability or
I,, whIt1, 0h,.r ,e dl r tl iut ha- h,'e1i irn- vry properly r-efu-d to accept; thus ti rg for a bad cause, than be found a- Jfre, of churfi'tr t f its Senat trs and
.,,-',1 'i r, f, p r-o'ril -irl- i.tarl I ga ,t,,, y. the State of Florild a rep,, diator mnong the milk-and-water crowd of noen eprfr.rnt ti,'r THEY DID VOTE
,.. .,1,,..,ii t,, to ,k., oi the ,,of a just de.ht. .Somin day the people of' tities Neutrality is noentity. There RIGHT. and Leon countians will also
-i.A..l. , ,Il .ial ,l;kI ve.r artol vlt e. Florida will .~,ee- all the ins and outs of is character in defending one's opinion, vote right when they go again to cast
,r th,, ',,riin ,iait, *luring the' regime of Mr. Jennings, and provided it is honestly held; it is cow- Drainage Joint Resolution, and during
For it,. o .ilrniiiniation of -4wch an end they will no doubt be startled; and ardly not to defend it. The man who is the Legislature to put a stop to waste-
th i r.IA pe-,.r lanid its editor) has I there be some' of us who think we see noncommittal, who curries favor with ful expenditure of I. I. moneys in fur-
,worked i r.'.o-saritly from the. very day his fine Italian hand in public affairs every one' or who fears to come out in their drainage operations, until the
it wa, etal.ihed It iis therefore with still After all that has been shown up a decided manner on any question, will "Great Powers that Be" can give bet-
piardonral.e pride that we recount these in public' affairs, does it not seem re- not count for much in the battle of life. ter reasons for going further into it
f;rtls, an are fii'rther entabl-d to assert mnarkably strange that his services and It is the bold man, whose position is without showing the people of Florida
that every principles advocated by us fellowship should be so much prized by unequivocal and who is decided in his they are certain of their bearings in all
hass bee.'n stamrrped with the niost em- the powers that be. Surely, nowadays opinion, whose influence is felt and matters connected with that gigantic
phatir approval of the people, after we see many things to shoot at when whose work is of value in the world. scheme-for scheme it only is so far.
liing april mature delelieration. In this we have no gun. A man of decision is a man of charac- We believe Tuesday's primary proves
i here i< a abunrida'nce oef compensation Since the above was put in type we ter, a man who has and exercises the that the people are not in sympathy
f'.r theI llitlatiti raon urI abtuise we have find the following in the St Augustine courage of his convictions Such a man with Governor Broward and his board's
ir.e'-.ivl for the past year at the hands Meteur, edited by Senator Zim: is respected even by those who differ pet scheme. Will that board take the
of thol.-e ho,.- peitrsonmal interests con- Althogh a claim for $10t3,0IOW has been with him in his convictions. hint and desist in it, or will they call
ftlt with the cornmonl people,; anrd who passed upon adversely by the two last It is the man of decision who ever- another halt for awhile?
would therefore make them suhrvrt sessions of the Florida Legislature, it is comes difficulties, rises above discour- Governor Broward is back from a
F ow evident that it will come up again agements and forges ahead until he governor f two wa eeks' is ai and in-
ito, s h it.it'reosts i for.cnsideration it the next sitting of trip of two weeks' campaigning and -
The overrr's ldriagtre hernte, the State lawniakers, and that. too, at makes a place for himself. He is hon- s acting the dredge at Fort Lauderdale.
S' a cost of thousands of dollars to the est in his decision, and his honesty while away Governor Broward spok'k'-
h h pp fr ts v taxpayers. This conclusion is drawn gives him an influence that is sure to at Live Oak, Leesurg, West alm
ire.'ii, ori,, early inot popularr with fromr a charige,r made in the Pensacola win its way evnt Beach, Miami and other places. -Capi-
'r i' 'i'v hae' ,i inth' rtatl' in t ensacola win its way even against adverse crit- tal Publishing Co.
our pieop ",11'TIy liive .i -,o in the' journall by lion. John S. Heard, to the ii anthe option of those whs o.
imot mrip|ha;it ricniir .pow ilef.r the eift'ect that that purest of pure men, icism and te position of those who e spoke at Munson's Pond, this
to,, Mak. .u lge J. H. Whittield, had entered into do not agree with him. This decided county, too, and was off from his office,
i a i' fmpiact with G;ov. ,Jenrings toe the man is an open antagonist You know sqiuandering the people's time as well
The tie iif 1ih' I'r inr ,,ar i itn t*e't ithat. in croniideration of is ap- where' he stands on any question. He as 1. I. moneys, both of which could
ltfitmig eiie'rrey whi-'re every human pointment a.s Attoirney Geneial, he. moneys> ot o wic cou
vmpatlyv appealed so loudly for it, al wouli render an adverse opinion af- is in the foreground and is ready to undoubtedly be put to better service in
istowirng le..re'.t t'r Ith repul- te''ting the validity of the Wales-Beard measure words with those who are a- the interest of the people of Florida
1vel i,1.er.r i- -. artI the'. elai. As Mr tBe.ar(d will be the next against him Palatka, News. who put him in the Executive Chair to
ilarelr itt which the' latter ireferr'c.- o. 4r11'4it, we' wouldl not be surprised Theedit,,r)f the True Dem)ocralt feel' l>ok after the general interest of the


haiv liwr i t iihown. has Ie,,n 1 -i nuri ly r,.
iaked I t li' lmari take' warnriig,
ele' ac repet iti n may le' loii kedi folr twk,
v eari henri',
T '' h a itds' e' ve t' iven' r. St1e ihen--
io it I'o riress, a iim eil pr il irttally uin-
known ,outst e l s own co 'i til, w ill
lint it hultici lit to '10ec't hint, tievert iheless
hears out the' Ilieory above set forth,
aril alsn'o demonsi t rates tihait t I'ie peopleI
,sre, weary of politin'l pomposity andt
hiessis r. A great many of them (and
the nrumier is nio doubt growing) have'
shown their willingness to accept as
tir representatives a man whiset abil-
ity is unknown in i'preiference to one
known 1t t e notoriously inditlfferent to
their sympathies aind their inte',tets
In the Seaiiiitnail contest they 'have


to hheair the gentlehnman charge, with
'eu111; i et ritri'y, that Senatolrs who
\iote'i againk'-t aclleowiniz the' laimn had
entered into a co'inspliracy with their
cioi-tituenti teeo faithfully and honestly
lprotec t tit State Treasuiry. And he
,A|itihl Id re0rr,'ct in this latter charge.
St. A igtit.tinei Me'ite'er.
Won'ierful pr(diuctioin the' above., ut
we ldo not propose' to geo into, details of
it. We just wish teo remind the editor-
Senatoir that "niany wrongs" do) not
make a right; that piles and stacks of
evidence given by many of the purest
and best nmen of Florida recognized and
ildrnitted the claim as honest and just
up to the time the money came into
Jennings' hands as Governor, and that
he generated the scheme through to a
finish that made the State of Floridla a
reIludiator, pure and simple, that fact


Iplac-ed Itheimr strongest cotnitle'rnatintn hlis rot allne cannot hbe rubbedout. We,
iiupon hoil ssisri, peolit ualil tricke-ry and like all good citizens of Florida,. do not
imoniwd 1it itlefince' In Ithi. llas we all wish to see one cent of thoe people's
ialontg iroiclaed our faith in, they have money ninwappropriated. Hiut we be-
lite d with the wisdom01 thiati comes of live our State's good name should lbe
i'ilrmi con'ileratin uandi unbiased fore- defended, we believe the Wailes claim
tlhoi hi That theyli' hive acted wisely is ani hiies-t aind it just one, and we
iII th li, howi o1f Senato'rs we have' the i,oe,,, that the Jennitngs administration
utmost faith that tinet, will molire than is responsible for the mnianner in which
tenilonstrate Mr. Helii.'rison sarainri it was h;anilleltd; and we believe they
ounig miani, well iand favorably kntowln hoodlwmnkied enough suppolrt0ers to stic-
th'roiigtiit lie Slatei andi i .le tio lii'l e ',-.cNfull\ p is the repiudiatory act. A
ie elh.itte or t ny ni their way tlhe 'shrewd, nilte \;iii.- for our ruler- I1i .,set the'
e'-t imem i iers of the StateI' Seinate. e ti,'e.ii- .
Th ticket, is at whole. may be Irut "T lh 'l Crished tI. earth will rise
fill\ sitl I to be Ihe very best that could a;giio.-' aeinl mianv things, we 1helie e, %
hia\' bee' n ehle', ed I froi the l'i t of Ih' linetl \kill riseI uti in mil ight enough
eiilill" i prseintie f,,r the pi eople',s iuf to cili thi i.e scheming fii or the plun-
fragie Thi- I e liy i n Intwais .- ii l ir ldeini ani l rhobbing of e Ilithe people le.
,hllt 0alea w. 1ineieat f ,if'-oit,' treall i, R4W1el miie'lu whelthe',i it I. Sc'hemning isgair.cst W ailel,
wehi, failed, d of nli, tilIlattitt ,1t it, -,,'ile inti,e' recent sche'res wYhichi
l, %.t e i a he ,i Ult on fIxeit, ant n iong which is
S el n.-o l\ | ,*op01 h sh o uli l k e e p o u t o f , t th
le. a1. Thetr te i er r a t u it ith liidrain vig, scheme.
piilitics. Their I t ciip r tii untltts
ltiiem tio deal with ipuilic luie?,.ti0ns fromni Judlge, ,.i. Kane'y and family. eof
aiin i hnniied itancl|.einit or stl nd crit li Tiinlp l e-"It Several days ait I'ass-a-
e'sin of those who honoraley differ with ('lle, thlis hwek. Judge Raney is the
li'tit| Y ,' 'h c .irit, r abele' ye dingui .licitor for this county, and
them. which counts for their failure is tshe' lsi eft ffrmer('hief Justice Ra.
as legihlatleuro Gm;iiinesville Sun niey, of the State Supreme Coiurt. He
has nuninroius friends and admirers in
;o\ eternor Broward renewed his per- St. Petersburg, who are always glad to
sontl eanmpaign in the interest of the see him over. and is a regular summer
drainage scheme in a speech at ee- visitor at the Pass.-St. Peteraburg In-
drainae' nheeme inceeech 1t ti dependent.
hurg lst Wednesday Major Alex, St. t ...-...
Clair Abrams was present and effect- Mr W h Folsom, editor of the Ma-
ively answered his argument, using rinna Tandm Courier. ws in the city
the excellent map of the drainage dis- Monday nd made a soon to have her own
trict recently published by the oppo- newspaper a company having already
nents of the drainage amendment. -St. been formed and a plant for the paper
Augustine Record. ordered.


goiod over the general results of the People of a whole commonwealth He
primary, for a majority of men have should see from the result of Tuesday's
been nominated for election in the No- primary that his drainage proposition,
vember election who have been out- scheme, or whate-evr it may be, under
spoken and in line with what we have its present plans, has grown very un-
advocated andt worked for since we be- popular If he and his henchmen will
gan the publication of this newspaper, not now see, the November elections
and in accordance with our motto: will certainly drive in the light to him,
"Good government; honesty in public and that forcibly enough to be effect-
office; equal justice toall special priv- ive Just push on, Mr. Governor; if
ileges to none." We have fought and you won't quit playing marbles now, we
are fighting a conscientious fight from will handleyou according to Queensbury
the State capital directly in the interest rule wth pure, genuine ballots in No-
of the people of Florida, and have a member of our Lord, 19
right to feel that good results are corn- Some people think Governor Broward
ing from our conscientious and righteous should not "take the stump If the
fight for all things that are best for our governor was big enough to lick Spain
why shouldn't he be big enough to take
people We prize highly the words of a stump? -Apalachicola Times
goodi cheer and encouragement we are Now, that's a good recommendation
receiving every week from Florida's for our Governor from a certain stand-
best and purest men. and it encourages 1peint, and we will admit many Florid-
us toe go on in the work. We hold to ians cheered him when he was running
the theory that the friendship and good his "Three Friends" Filibustering Ex-
will of one pure and honest niman in petitions to aid the Cubans against
helping us to doi) and act right is worth Spanish oppression, which, however,
excursion-train loads of the other kind. was in open violation and in defiance of
We shall continue teo call public atten- both State and Federal Law; but most#-
tieon to affairs just soe long as things go Floridian.- now object to his efforts to
in Tallahassee in such lines as require; oppress by extravagant expenditure of
it. The State if Florida is to be con- moniney in his drainage scheme, as was
gratulat'ed on tlhe general results of the fully demonstrated and spoken on Tues-
nominations eon Tuesday. and may great day by the voters of Florida in voting
goodml come to our whole people etout of against drainage advocates Won't you
it. as we believe there will. see things as they are. Mr. Governor
ilon .1 Emmett Wolfe, now private vy"u and your board? Or will you con-
secretary teo Go;vernor Broward, arrived tinue in face of very convincing evi-
in the city last niwht and will remain 1dence that your scheme is growing
wver for the primary, which takes place more and more unpopular as light con-
toinmorrow Mr WVifle. like the goodL tinues to he thrown upon it?
citizen that he',. is. anti' eevr expressly I- __.- -

(if course. he did! In this off-year of Oan mi ladsea mdiM
ouet political primaries, when not a cabi- The retirement from the profession
net officer was to I4e elected, and they of Mr. H A. Love, editor and proprie-
doi not as a general thing go home to i
vote in off -year, every mother's omn of tor of the Gadsden County Times, who
vote n recently di posd of that paper to
the administration gang, put for home Messrs. J. W.Bussey, Otis F. Landers
to vote, and their sons and friends who and Book Gandy, will be sincerely re-
were off came home to do the same gretted by the fraternity throughout
thing. Why thusly? Simply because the State The new owners, all good
the Governor and his board were trying newspaper men, arewelcomedto the
fold with the hope that they will makes j
to elect men to help push the drainage the Times as ood a paper as Mr. Love
scheme burdensome farce. The indica- had made it.
tions are. however, that they and their Gcvernor Broward is now the target
scheme got it in the neck Tuesday-and for nearly all the editorial guns in the
that is as they deserved. State. It seem to us that it would be
.. much better to wait until all of the lit-
R iETI I TIUR igation was settle before proceeding.
tbe ras- o op J Iose -Fort Perce News.


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THE TRU MOCRAT. ISSUE WeORK TUPiMOL- 4
JO-w 0. COLLINS, PabUsear. We take the following timely com- at
munication, signed "a voter" from the foll
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Chipley Banner: [
S- -A-0- .& t "There are several issues to come be- ute
lty One Way. fore the people of Florida in the cam- D
However the battle is ended, pain now on for state oflcers. The ack
Though proudly the victor comes vitalissue is Shall we amend our state
With fluttering flag and rancng nags constitution so as to allow the state to' C
And echoing roll ofdUin, carry out the immense scheme set forth No
Still truth proclaims this motto in the proposed Amendment? It will re- C
In letters of living light- quire an tkpenditure ot money which T
No question is ever settled will be taxed out of the people, that P
Until it is settled right. will take fifty Y. of prosperity to n
Liquidate. It wilt be an expensive lux- MI
Though the heel of the strong oppressor ury that will nev. nuatuiate. This a- C
May grind the weak in the dust, amendment to the constitution will be
Amn the voices of fame with one acclaim I voted on in the general election Novem -
May call him great and just, I ber next and I conjure the tax payers are
Let those who applaud take warning 1 of our state to vot: it down; C
Aid keep this motto in sight- Another q-Ut f vital import to
No question is ever settled every citizen of Florida is economy in giv
Snthil it is settled right. every department of our state govern- tur
Let. those w have failed Mt te cOUn ,er W .- ..---. -- -. -.
Tho'the enemy seems to have won_ The extraordinary appropriations
Thcagh his ranks are strong, if in the made tby the last legislature says Gov-
rwrong ernor Broward, makes it necessary to C


l.aa. s fr Sale. "
Amon the bl nk forms kept in stock
The True Democrat office are the I
lowing:
) d-No. 1. Conforming to thestat-
.
)eed-No. 2. Same, with extended
knowledgment for dower.
Mortgage-Nos. 1 and 2. as above.
Chattel Mortgage or Bill of Sale, with
te.
Crop Mortgage, with Note.
'urpentine Lease.
Promissory Note.
We also have a supply of "NO AD.
TTANCE" signs.
Call and ee them.
Quit-Claim Deeds and Township Platsa
e now to be secured at this office.
Call on F. M. Brumby and let him
rprise you at the low prices he will'
'e you in new and second-hand Furni-
re and household supplies. 2-tf

dconomv Fence I


e b e is not yet done: increase the state taxes from one. half -.
Fo sure as the morning follows milto one and a half mills iri the gen. If you intern
e darkest hour of night, eral revenue fund, to meet the appro- ing, it will pi
No question is ever settled Prtation.. Justasourpeopleareemerg- me before pu
til it is settled right. ing from financial depression on account i
l-t f)Pw pricaa for P"d*.11l Jat n a I am Gener
bright ray of hope began to give en- the sale of C
Was Waemti, Aw. 1 courgement to the people from having Fence, and k
Was h Away .i!ne-' (rWove a reaonable price for the fruits the very
had been troubled with kidney dis- their labor, here c e extraor dinary Lie very
ea for the last five years,eLrweitrrdsy S
Ro rt R. Watts o Sf e Mo ,, propdatios tolicrease taxes. Here ST" al
los flesh and never felt we, and d comes a proposition asking you to grant
Fia I tomed su r ski" rel n a twld iae acem tna of


ing r be dFpl6 M ATfelftTerenare"other issues ld Thno : i 1am
the kidneys at once b p ortance but space forbi4 .th.ir men-om SALES
Ki ly Cu. i. Thee issues are toand overt flinthe 40-tf Centrevillet
ud-slin ing in any campaign is to be next legislature. Your representative j
de ored. ut how natural it is for a should te posted on these questions; a
method when he fees that the epil i in "ourf.'tahia meo IMaRs
will listen to what he has ytosa ise n field tn ea of the questions inv olve. in*
they do, but in nine cases out of ten this camparin an were he ever so wil- il
they always riseeip about electiM 4ay eing anabolutely free to gy relief, B it to
to smite the fllow Wh T hewunre are other i issues of miecure



his own meriti and who tries to point the penle ,, .ithe yJustices c- reasonable
out the demerits of the other fe low. volve d
It is a weak cause which depends iupon These issues confront us. Three men One now read
udthe negative in n.am-Gainesile Sn. ask your vote forrepresentative Sudy axle wheel
e.. ut hownaturitis for theould etionbe thorough Stuhese y thestion s
Nade Happy for Life. men, their records, experience ani nces.
Great happiness came into the home knowledge of the important issues, thn All kind of Gen
of S. C. Blairn school superintendent, at determine where yur best nter -t lie
St. Albamit W. Va., when his daughter an1 act Wou inba or how bestg and rea
was restored from the dreadful conthe peole against the injustices reason
plaint he names He says "otherMy little :ore Npples. Morse Sh
daughter had St. Vitus Dance, which A cure ma These issue effected us. apThreel One noinready
yielded to no treatment, but steadily Chamsk yerlai s Salve ntativen a tudaxle A S
grew worse until as a last resort we child is done nursing. Wipe it off with
tried Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to a s ioft cloth before allowing the chil L AH
ay there ppybottle effected a complete to nurse cords, etin i ene and in ches.
complaints, general debility, female cents per box. Sold by all tiruggists. New Shop North o
weaknesses, impoverished blood andmportant i All kind of Gen
malaria. Guaranteed scho all supe ruggists, at and act according - -
rice namsc. He says: "My ittle Horse Sh
< For sle.. JQY OF LVINO
My farm juielded t o utsie ity on the est.eadily hamherlai 's Salve a the A S
grew worsity-tie until ac-s go ad lan; gst resort wei CA child is dne nursing. Wie it off withZE WEN YOU



curoom resince plank an wr u a th t tre t. Pric- ENJOY GOOD H
; city water al telephone; ood rn. by all druggists. NewShopNorth
Alamirialy Guaranted y all drugtr stsck
4 tf A. t. Wh' iI
STATEMENT 1

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My farm jp.rtl'iutside city h the west.
E iihty- fur wich goidc' tl\'- 41; g,,ivii CAN anl 1IALDWHENYou
mm r,..idn lank a hwir Po ulENJOYr Liver Medi
; city water;. tP'lel he I |Weep rou W ell
A 4 -tf A. 1. ,I I A)o -. A
Ma,' ut,,hir ."71tyo .:'. ji m *. *hl,,I i41 ,. f- . .,


d to do Fenc- {
ay you to see
archasing.
al Agent for
the Economy
know it to be

nd

SPBS7
for less than
od.

Roberts,
AGENT,
-- Florida.


CARTS,!
order at
le prices.
to deliver, size
7 feet, tread 7

eral Blacksmith-
rk done prompt-
ible prices.
oeing
specialty.


d kinson,
f Kemper Stable.


L. C. Y AEG E R, "Dealer n
L* V. TMYaER, Hardware,


Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,
Plumbing and Plumbers


Agricul-
tural
Imple-
ments.


Carriages,
Supplies.


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Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting GooJs'


F.


C.


Confectioner 1 Crocer
THE CHOICEST AND FRESHEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST LIVING
PHICE8.


Telephone 32.


GEO. W. CHILDb


WM. CHILD.


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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


CONTRACTORS


AND BUILDERS.


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ALL DRUGGISTS


JO5EPP DUNCAN.
PROPRIETOR OF THE

Kemper Livery Stable .


ING CN WHEELS.


N.MONROE','


BOnIAL RUSES AD S1Rr.
'O3LE MONUMENTS AND .0 AAVF r r- E' PrrCT[*".


PHD% 1


Plans an.- Ms;.teflations furn! iPhd. All kinds of buildings planned
aad oo sI .cte, n, oar'<.r g to tlP ipnte-t Iniproved nmetliofi
Mill Work- -M,>i:utmfcturers of is., kinds of rough and dressed lumbe
moaldlng. stair rails. balusters, l,:ch columns, brackets, mantels, grtlla
fancy gable orti,,imn's and turned anid croll work of every de4orip
tion. Brick, ,lTrr and cement for sale
All orders w i rpeelve prompt attention. We guarantee out work
to be first claFs In *'rv particular. PrIcos reasonable.
Office. Hhop and lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line. oa lot SBoth t
County Jail.


PHONE W.


LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.

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Don't Forget VanBrunt Demilly

when looking for good values.



White Lawns, ----------..---.. -. 5. 8, 10. 12j, 15 and 20c
White Waist Goods and P. s.......... -------10. 121, 15 and 20c
36 inch Silk Warp Eolienne in white, black, pink, blue, tan
and silver gray, these goods are worth 65c per yard,
we are offering them at......---------..-------......--...-.. 50
A Fine Line of Ladies Short Sleeve and Strap Under Vests,
at --- ................. ........-------------------------5. 10, 15 and 25c.
Children and Misses Short Sleeve Under Vests, at .......----
----- - - ---... ..-..... 10, 15, 20 and 25c.




FEED C HEAVY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY.




VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.


COLES


Prompt Delivery.


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JOHN G. COLLINS. Publlbeor.

P ,'Bi I .I lH l I f I .I Y F I l l i , *, *, 1 .,

Few er (;;illII n-, A- -. r. 1 -'o
W arrant l, s l-. .;,',: ',,r r '
Demir'r;at i ) f ,
11(mn. t !. .1 ,. ,:" .' I "
day's v'- itf ;o i t t ,.
M i n M ar', .i 'A; ,i, .e A;i', frtI If
horn. fi r ; ; ,n i i 1-1 f ; .I'l- irn
Atlanti.
M rN,,. N M l ... ,'' r..- re. r i,'l t.IFF"i
aft-.r ;a ple, s-.ir,F '.i ,- t ', ;i- F 'l i ."',uFh
Flolridi
N ow ;ir e :,-j, r.,,' I, r,,' 'l t f '.,,,r 'I ru, -
lernitri ;tt, ;ri'i ,l'' ', rit" *'e .i'v,, i, ','st -
ing frmrri t- i i 'A vI 'ry lJ;si'
Mr. Fraiik "itf,.on, rE ofr Moniticelio'.-
leadiring 1ii1-r'-- l i, F spoii't cv-ral
dayi in Tallahi--c'" t his we,'.k
Miss CI'lern r iailpton hats returni.ed t
her i Mst i if dijit,. ;it the fvapitil, after
a busiri'ss trip ;albiro'l of se-veral duration.
If you have a "little' -tore'" ior husi-
nesi, run it in a "big way Advertis,
It as though it were twice as big and
it will Psoon tb twice as big.
We had very pleasant visits thim week
from HIons. W I. Stoutanurire ard E.
C. Smith, both of whom feel proud of
their reelection asn cormiissioner for
Leon county.
Hon. G. W. Haxon went to Apalachi-
cola on Wednesday and organized the
Apalachicola State Bank, which "u.-
ceeds the branch of the (Capital i(ity
Bank doing business in that city The
change in name, etc., will occur about
July i>. i
Many of Hfroward's most ardent ad-
mirers who supported him in the 1iN94
crimarie are now denouncingif him and
i administration, ei,('iiully hin rriethod
of trying to drain the EverVivladi's at an
expense that the tax p ayers i'aninot
possibly atand Volui Rti cord.
The (~oad l Road Cnrivention will hold
a iwsiion in Tallahim ,o on J.fun.i I'tih,.
aniid our Board of (oulinty C( oilitml4ssinlt-rT
anrd itizeniM gisr-ridlly hat' alrItay
taken iWe)im tio initertin l i lFern It is,
hop(l d a lIare cr d .wil ill ,It lfn l d thf
nMiiollitn arid -v-rvlrybit i' in.it el
M r. A II fW illi;iri- ,F 1.I :1 |l.'ni l il
*xueiriliritt ili l r','ers l '-, M )l4l',Ie Mirli-
dity liftterilon, laril W.i; i- iiltli l' tl '
ir-ira 'tf- law M r. \W illi;irii- r iis l.iw
uruid 'r .I udii t l ;,iiri v. i.* v i li i iui .n-I, ,i
rpar ,nta.'? i'imil |.i ,n;, il ,-, i-. I.hr I -.
Pi tri- 1'ti 1' 1111 l 'o 'illi it hi-i fiF i 'I-
F iiir' hilF t i ;i eiiFiis 5 I lu l -e l Hi -
in /il r rs .i h i I- i 'pf -in
S'<. tie' lrs'iiililt w hile t I piivs ;ul'.,l
tise n, tl if M r I. Ii. I;si in th --,'
If y ni I w ih ;iirnvthini, Ii hir I 4line' itl f ll
alwils~ ; ;. V ',i 1 toie n i''ilifri'r ilh hi ii e I
fil' i sii r hii- i ., ftr li. w ill i wi ', -
tr iit \ t )si ri' lil If it i a I e' ,, rlll'
Vi'hi'lr, er h ii lie's- \ ell Fi li'o l ill to,
visit hisim pli '* Ie' kn'i. A Io.w It hi
and he lill. i ri,i'w-i Liw I l f -1. lirisl
he' it all I irl r'.4 tIrli. I lI' '
I'roif A Mi It i 'hl k. I'l rf lil. ,,iv ',,r
h his i in 'I i .lla M 'lThe' '' il
jrrim f s r o. sxi *1'-'e l |i i:Pin l.sr, sift i
tw 'i V 'y'ars 'e'rv ic'' i |iriiri[iI;il iof the
M al i -itr f' C tlitl v Hl i.I h 1 o.. Il l. ;ifnl f l i
ni iny frlis-ili w'ili f lr hini i : I ; '.;iiian
and re'mtfiil Sii;if'i'l. .1111i r II w'ei fin.
him o llhi r'itfurnl fil iiFliti rl \% ';it'
work it the' liolvd osf tthi' ~s'ihoi MWn,
atp',' Journeil
M rs .lohn IlilrkiiitarsI lii I ret Iiirine'l
home after ii t elver.il hin'iths' slavy ai
U niversily li,,I. inl:. I;lilltiiiinre, with
herr young -ni, wolnl eiih toi luldrvL.
a numrbileir of ope rinlt insii 'Tli' tlit fe'l-
low Ntilood th'il we-ll ciiil relil'x,4 leisk
much imre rivr l. 'l'lt 'ir fti siinl ir' itll
pFeaasted t itt th1'v hNiv' rit-untieelIe titheir
iiv'd T lhii tiii" s. r nie elril. u l nw .'irent1
ho(mui| are intiitrli a tiii h t the i lis, we ill
( iutlgr lw him iitli ilei iril ils ritiui F reil'L'
anid wIll
No telfj-i'. s trr lilt i I'F.4 liWs ei lr F ill 1i1
ths Xtnite i 'f i'li'iili i :'ls f l iintive i'nesFii
BI FoeAi'lrld'-s vieiesii-, iilil -i ;,iF,,s ileii.. ; '4
iasult uponeli lil hI i lil 'r, lii'' tiltsf-' -li".
W ithoiu t ftlle i liki' lii, "' l IillI l F .i" F il

Nil tW ithlpr th'il liil k' i -ill i, i i 1 i I lil

al-. the ,'*vic h i'lt'lr5' ''F\ ie i lil' lF il
h i i in Tr l -it l, ll 1 i' 1 1 1 i I .| ,.| I +.
h llV Ii*'il \l I r,. ii | is'. I1' 1i 'I ii i nii li,i Fe
IR 'V 'ei h 'lh '..1, I. \ l I' .1, l I i l
tIhe Ft 1li i '1. i I l i il .'.. i
h a it t ,I i ,, i , '" I l, i .
l1|r IIs lis l iiii l' l l iF l ,,i, ,1 i 1 .I
o aielt iel' i i'l '' .. ii I II i i il F *

I ',,, ill t' l l i'i l 't ''i 1 I 1
f inlsi el t'i i ,,'' l . i . 1 ',s'
h f I i l ' L ' i
Trlpe';Ial Sic
Best for Women mnd (h ldren.
()O n a et r ,,iii i't i.'l ., ,.' .. ,,I
lea lMu it t l ti ,, i > l Ii ' I '
y ru e i- ' t 'i ii;e T .... i*.' F
oe nt raised ihil .- I' ', i i ,
thuirtic' Ilrirle I '' I i :' i
a ids cij e nt i e l ,i .151 F i ,' ..e' .' ' '
and lbIw el V. ii l i It F F i ..
Sild l. all i'ls'1a-F


For lent.
A tomfortale'l i -.-nlii -.i-tt. '
kitchen and Iath i 'n,'-,. i l !... .
of L, n Hot l I ,10 .I; iF i,, 1 'i
Applv toe
m-tf li', all' .s ', '
Waro house Storage.
I rn nol w rpre 'ure-'t ls n, I, '
clean n)'d ciry Wlrct'.i-. ici\ ', i t
girodii fuiriiittir orl i.le' ieh i le.. i I
tlore d n a *ay nforr i I*.,.e'e .lg
S It A S:.iS .i
fltf At Arm, rY l' iaro'h<" h .




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fe l)uro" Ihat it will lbE- f-i-t ari-ly willhriv

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drairemeg' dlist r i(t jeimv ieds that paper
will guarafltEi't its Jci llsheat loll and that
it will do ,this jus~t u~mmonis~i~m GvernioT
Iirioward ml n.wi'rs sat isflktiirily the rnu-
m.'rou il emnanids Which have'. be.en re-
cently made uponl hirn ffer definite in-
formatioin am too what tuned he i" uming
to pay43'thPe oxI54'Te545 eif ll hs drainage

Church Notiem.
Trunlly M.lE. (Chu rch, Swiut h,. M'.
J'mis,agi' .1 itir. Ser's'ics-A Suniday at 11
ii. m and 7.101) mi. .Junior Epe-
wfirt h L eague~, 3.00 itp Fs. Sfnt iifr Ell-
wqerth IagMull, 4l~ .401. Fi.All mernib'nlers
re'iluit-t '51 to ie Ito-rief Tbhv I ilel I'lc rmill

Witht,1(48

Wc. ( ranrusrr, the- fiasstis', %k ill ;irs'aci' at
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-iitt, sit ntil iitri e-n'r to t';iy- to Isik iafte'r
whiiat prief ti' h'- I is it i .1i v te,rin.ryv
lifir wi nll 4 ul4' i It h I I r riuo-1 1 1 t w i l nil-
i,gilii fl r e le 'ctie i en fio ti' prl iiinarin-s
tiu'-tlt'v. ansi is irtbe l te -i-c' geloo re,-
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tii-' i ilF w itih tlllhe p-I l,li -ts tei'-in z lon .'t, el
w I h (nii llio4r1-ii r i -, i Viitllstit. I ;t h
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Of the County Bodrd (it Public

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72,iA Keiuth
7,1- I'Virrca Wasakaiurrs
7:v'.# iCrwe E'i.. J.ian
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741 JennieriK. Boatdf
742 Re-nnieeChar
74.1 Grae.owtil e e
744 ('ussr.' Howe'n
74r, P'; '. E 1) two
740j Kae't-e Sulilvan
747 Mattis Liawww i
74A H. 14 Wieeeclesrry
74Ws Walter It. Clay
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P. T. NIPHOLSON,


JEWELER.


Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed. <
LIVELY BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE. 3


S-..- COME DOWN


anid tak,, a ie lsek at siljr c ionveyances and
y',u will r-eatilyv -ee the advantage ,of
hiring' t.aiii- friml us. If y you'ree not
wau.i'u-tom'ei ts rtnich ,driving. no doubt
esur princs will -.trik. y:,'u as being
stn:tiD. Ii 1,, h;irmi tto ask them any-
h w.


S _- (' CAPITAL (ITY LIVERY STABLES.
,W... -J-. 'P S. HOIST oT'N. Prop.
P'honres 79 and 39.




| Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


CALL ()ON


* J. D. GAY, *


Headquarters for first class stock.


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(1F1):1111 -'? to t1)'' 'Ci I I' 8lY a Hose I'1~ir M le that

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will
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B1 U'Go G I EiS


140 S. AdamsSt
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Neat Printing


4s-'rov ftIte higutud :~f''s-.1 I-,' eig your
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-- ~~bU'wimiotA~ preoigo-tli
WN 164) NUAT FRIM111IG AT RK%84)14 iI4LZ PI'RCS4.
COLLINS' JOB OFFICE.


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J. [. THUS.



lTallahassee














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.


I J. D. CAY,

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Ultra Oxfords.


GIVE THEM TYRAL.


Waik Over.


Ultra


Oxford


Style 3450

Is a Soft

Kid Vamp,

Turn Sole,


Dull Kid

Quarters,

Patent


Leather


Tip,

Blucher.


A Sole for Wear, Style, Comfort.


THE SIGN OF

no


The Ultra

"Manish"


Oxford

Is Style

13453.


SATISFACTION


Pat. Colt "

Vamp, Kid

A Nobby Shoe.


Qurartes,

Cuban

Heel,

Medium

heavy ex-

tension

Sole.

Try Them.


DUVAL BROS,


Tallahassee,


Florida.


LOCAL AND PERSONAL. See Brimbyl LITTER TO X. A. SHINr.
If you wish any kind of Furniture. He Tallahassee, Fla.
F. M. Brumby will save you money 'has just added a nice new lot and will [)ear Sir: Your business is, when a
Don't Risk in new and second-hand Furniture. 2tf. sell you at prices so low it will astonish house burns down, to give the owner,
WANTED-Small cottage with large you. Also call on him for all kinds of some money to build a new one. It is a
I TOUg lot, suburban or short distance from geal pairing and gun and lock- good business ueer that the world'
city, moderate rental. S L J care ----. got on so long without it
V aluables tnis otce Dr R A. Shine attended the annual We paint the one thato hurnt downt
The Tampa Tribune says: "The meeting of the Dental Association at and the new one, too What is better.
By leaving them reason editors do not get rich is that Atlantic Beach this week. we paint the houses that don't burn
oue thy art wasting all the gray matter of Rev. Mr Quarterman. of Quincy. will You insure the the houses that hlrn;
Sin your ose. tne;r cran:umis helping some other fel- preach in the Preslevyte.ri n Church in we insure the house's that don't. Yiui
You may lose tiw to get there. this city next Sunday. I.oth morning have the ashes andl smoke; all thie hluse.
them .bv tire <,i 'Prof. M. C. Mclntosh, of Tallahassee. and evening are ours.
;pas-dse( through t.,e city yesterday en Mr. Edwin M. Blake. after a several We paint lead-anrd-zci;!,: I.\,e,' \',w
burglary. rou e to his home at Rex, where he will lays' very pleasant visit to his mother. -*.11 the p;lnnt to, paint,.r-,#- in't
l ispenil two or three days with hisfarnmiy. si:tr, other relative- and hosts of paint
S a fe D ep o s I it, i, i th i ti lt t ef Statt'e Talliistvi' tfrie.nds, left i th first of th l.e;il- id-il i. th .. .i f-tii.,,i pailt
S.- | tWll1.t rnrh it \, M Holloway w k t,, take up the diut... .f his itficv. |>.vi, I zinic firillnl \ I-l, I 'tI l ;aid I lt
1i thie hei-t il' u ,*, r <,, i St...\ i lllei Sun in toniection with th,. I' S. [),.,part seed' il theid i .-t liaint in t l,,. \ ,,i .
1Mr. Ferd (C. H ienry who is riw n ln nt,4 oi'mi ie'r e and La or. 11 t hlie> tiiape't. htci- it tak.'- t.-w I
burglary inll-Ur- ,v r-t r, fr f ir the t l'dar Hammock llll- w 'll -*"ri sev-ral we;'k- niore' in th>- L.ln! t, imiii\til-d p,.int-, w .,1 ( ,-t-
HanK ()mI' af111 l.o C a 'ril c ( w hich 'lil y pn /.I Si.t. I *' il l ,,u1w illn ,.i Flt I l t ;i-,. .- l .n a. hlo., -.i ,1nd ,, ,i
i 1nd a pr; l. t il t .r ',-.. -. .' id th ,. Sit .-,crlt e t., T he T r i. l 1.1n4, cr, t r. h. ,P10t, l, i .".
fl'r .cl W t'(Lg u;>tcc .it. t ....., r,1i; h ir .i., Ir t i ai l. 1 .i>tr it, .. k ;e;ttif ,. '' t l lc+..I .. I wil,.i
C'lath n ''le i nePlsit I]?Ih 01the. ft
vaults ;lam fi r n .. ,l lu- te i.r \h k. th;Icl I up I -, l. th united A Mlu .i it A . I l. nt .l. N. .
*l .l,,,t' ,' t, -t ... ^r' t i c, ,ihi h ,a n d < f r, it i.' ,,tl.>' t. h -.. ", I -. '-- n th, "M r. A :.i,,n ll;, n -. ,,f e'w..- t ,. ,i
1 0. I t-. uir'to n hi m f i" .I r; any, n I i t he' l '''i tiv F i*- i e tf ;tll ': utii'e 'd I ill :i lh e
a ( l l' a r i ,,t,- t thi .ie titii will retu irn in we' nk, ai 1 ,l w .e will p lu -ti th,. ti 'lll pr,1 alw, u- I n -1. nIii itt in \ ,l paint
proof. t. i I duti'e M r. H evril *c -dilir ll 1 i i ,1'- d .-la\ l f,,r hi h,-.i l., I-t I; -1 ,. l,,' i ht
lo t h t f. ie' I t,, i, .- n i,. r e t f ,o r ,lt**, i. i ,vl l f r I iti is 1o f I ,,* ,i,1 hii I j1.,'I ,
S.\ ( ", h . f her t hT iw{ t i.' i ll l r Kl il l t lt
frh ' th ti t do.r'-.t O i tr i ..
l' d t * r \ \\.I's de t,,rev us thrui h Mi., Eliz.tki .-th th idl wiil I,. I ,a h:rrnl t \ Il:<, W\ & & ..
; <11> a t\ r. i: p. w-p lp,.r t r<.t'rn his thanks for in- !mii.. l,,.r of, th .,,- ;trty -...n,11 New York
y i t -, 1V l,-rt v iven hill) t,,r K epir.- i, I\ n II h.t v i,, L' ile %n of &I .,.; I' S. flii ,,r s s ,1 '.S ell ,ur ',,it.
S.. ;, ,, ,' ,. l..l.zi l.ture f.r l. on. ha e,..v, at l.:ke Hiall fapt. W . .
invited. . .. III (I, w' v'11l jist keep i v,,ur l lenham and fim. ly will pr,,hbably k Mr- W nthrv idk
S. ...", \ I- flor ht, will surely looh k their hom e in Ti t l, ,;:et next w inter, M r. i..\,,ht S h '. tt r,,, ;irol
1ai a"%' h i t* sw f t,'h hen ll .. e i o,,,,,t ,,. t, ,t l t I,.ir i th .r -,,, ; iri, at H al ilt ; ta ', I
a p it a l ... s, 'own by their v',tes tht fri,-nd,, in \ e.t Fl.,rid M r-. T ,- i,.. ,,it-,, . f .,,l 1,,
C ity B an k ,. ,. t ,ev h,,ve in h,, We .kw, ,,.,,. Tfurnlll ,,.,l Miss ).., ,,. I.h,,.,,W t,,W. ,,, M,. ,, ;,l, n i. nt ,
ity B- wnk I ,l, knww that hI can T',rn, l v.',l le : t,,.. we,.k f,,r"Tal i1; II tlo lv t hM. ; r w
d li n if 11 11,i,, has-_e ., w h .re ti, -A II l "e th, l -t- i, i o,,t,, nrilv ... r,ot if , .t,, tr .. t
3k -a F nt.wqm t t hr . - ,.f,. ,n, ,, n i r l i ,. ,,ti....i, N v,. Ill ]... .- _. ..1....


The fact should lbe well known that
although the drainage li. ardi ad 'tI.
trustees of tI e Ilnt -rnal IT pryrivemernit
Fund have aittd n .I 'id ;,;''L'' tr..i s
actions with i trent n. tii'i.it\. r,,
all of the miirli r- hi\. coil1 cid! d with
Guov Browird r.'I is iut> -d. dvi,'rs
n every s' p t at I n 1. i r.
The s'crel h s \ o' xt I.x d r;.i v
episode r,' m i t lo i' v ri' * d it
will be. S AtiLu-t r,- I>'iV- 'ld.


rtt . n ,. Fred H .Ir have ar-
r i. l.u vll Ky arnd will
n *. 'I . h ne hi re i in tiniitely. a-
nc i ii. rF has t e ni tract fir their
s. \ e,', e -'. -'ei 'fl' y N 'were seI(corF -
[ai r Ii Mr I'e e rn's sister. MisS
S i [)u I erl.r (;irne'Sville Sun
T'.s i xceI ent t len.m n and his fa n-
lv *s I,.,I hir'r, while Mr. eernan w-a,
putttic in our sewerage tsystein. and
m i i rv ny friend-lt. an I we coenrtieiel
him aind his family ti th.e 'Iiz r,(s of
;,< ,''-ville.


.Mi e- (-'; 'lm Ha#pin ir' rce-ipt rin th -
'v, enFiill at the' L,ei Hotel to the' cil-
Ie ,' girls is liokede f,'rward toe ;&s i,-ri..f
t he ril,-st i te'r,'-.t. m- ti, i ; l plea-mit ',f
the season. ;and f4 lhi ;rl'latl.erFl," t- h \ ie'
lbeen rn,.de t14o t .e tr'\ ,t 'a nies' 'Fri )iiv-
aIle ,c.asi, li. N ,'ii..'r-. 4,f T,.llIhIa
s'.,-ans have hen iii \ it-,d to, do honor ito(
thie '.,-asieo

OLEthfeONETAWDA
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I t v w ill If re '-ii '-rTi I ',I ii te'Ir ,I ,e ,-
t'- t a w fi w diys ;ai v f',r ita io' t 'n i
,no' 4if New rk ,. i- 't ni. ed hiespit I.s,
;ind ,'aice e it tir-t It i, al'wys ple,o. -
MIii t 'I oieer 'iiii
he'll Ti .t.'( t'e'E. I
W .N M II, ',,, h,, ''r in ,ir v .te. faim-
IVy ty Ae nin ii :1 \ e.ar-, il, arndl s4e1 7
Vr- of a e'. Will riiz to dJi any k ind
of li i J. w > k end', I *i w ig !t'a yv
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' .1 17't', Sil er

Returns Thanks.
Through your newspaper I wish to
return my most sincere thanks to the
friends who. in sufficient numbers, saw
tit to again elect me their County Com-
missioner from District No. 4. I as-
sure them I appreciate the confidence
imlo,,ed in me, and that so far as I am
ali e to do sio, shall conscientiously
strive to serve them to the beat interest
,f the citizenship of the whole county.
I arin ywir servant on the Board of
S'ltv C '(omIII-'iOlners., and for your
w l.tlare' will I ,tis iv, hI.' found working.
V<.rv le.'rvt fully,
\V [) ST)lr'AMIKE.
,'r\ TI tin a.--. acliiiuntance of
(it 'r,, ~1 l. inz \v.., l,'as'I- at his
\1.1 ; I',I t ,'I"' I i v-d, andl als that
ti- tne. ti i- tt.i e ir nw-diav.s The
,* I i. i. ~ I, i,,, k i.e ,i,.'r at the1 State
ll. n' i r t i, I' -a t t'hatta-
S. *. w ,,4,h -1, t r',tI ;', people of
I" 'i l.t 1 e i' ;irl, -, nIII .'uh aHhbout of
,. r ,r ., ,. in nl ; !.re ieInt I of
.,,' \\ nr".' .,1 \ 0 )-rs. (i S.i i. I i id I .' i l ral l Lang,
te,' .~A .\ I! .' ii :I'- ii l 'i'iv lt w roni s are
to *,, I ri .m i l l !i. Sl t ,tliciai s are
,in i4' t 1 t i' *%'.it w 'e'n i'ct'hange
,- i l wir s *- vl cured.
Si,. 'il i ii I lit 'v ; \ I I i selandial
fr I 1 .. .i-lI ,i .r.' 1, l-., -s HB ut the
,id ,trir. !i ;il.,'n uip and looked
'I I r i It I ,t e- '\ 'r t,.i I til to c(o r-
ti I .1 1 ''.it '%* '. ;f el ; tIe of thise
ii' ii ' riig, ly yet be

M' 'I i V; > ii1. A *i is- i anli elite
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. WILL FIGHT DRAINAGE. See Who Gets It First. It makes an ideal location for a school J. J C
TIn, SRUE DEMO IW *. .tag Den, Chattanx a Tenn. and. t student who comes Ori wditl & a
JOuN COLLINS. Psblish.r. A Leader la the Neot Senase of Thisa D May 5 1W6 come gain. h 4, st [dn t
-- State Who Will Oppose the Pleas Editor True Democrat: The True The University has 427 students. All
: um.is.iiD F.VK:RY ReIAY MOSI!.S', of Florida's Chief Exective Demgocrat reaches us every Monday, sections of the country are represented. J1 City M arket,
to Dra .. Ever.lades. and there's a scuffle art, a lively time Of course this concentrates the follow.- W .y -v4irl 9
THE rnvIrCTrLAS E SYVTEM .. .. .. among the Star Den ,,vs to see whoers of different parties and doctrines. .
THIE CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM. John S. beard, of Pensacola, who pe n otbhe Sta ~en Wh n t hee are tespeciallr d aedoemori, Stall NoIn and 8
Mr. E IF. Mcllvar.., ,of C r;:tal will be a conpic.:uous figure in the nxt t hat been aougp t to a t. When the ma tionofbelievers. 'e have Democra NS S 5 cn d .
river under date. of April 21, 1,;, S~tate Senate,. made a speech in hi m lucky fellow has the privilege of read. Republicans, Prohibitionists, Populists,
writes th. following t the '" ala l' n hornm city last Saturday, in which he in the paper alone, but when he fin. Socialists, anti-Buckmanites, Dowie. PHONE NO. 169. I-
placed himself on record as against the ishes, it is his duty to read it to the ites, Mormons and Methodists.
n ur dail, of draina ce scheme of Governor iBroward. balance of the boys This is (lone to. Grant University offers inducements Keep in stock at all times,
In your daiy of th: 2r in, thre. i The. Phensacola Journal, in speaking keep harmony in the household. for if to the Florida student that no other in- in
a article frorn t, Flart ty ourjir about the metin, amo, other tningi, had t have a rumpus till thepa situation in a neighboring State ca. n all kinds of Fresh Meats,
,_containing an account of ouir .0,,n.vt, ays: .. .went the whole around ,the prt equal. The student who desires, in this
ease System ...t.. r heard in hi opening remarks, came last would want t frail wh u ngmanufacturncity,can obtain Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.
(U hI don'tie| n,-x eI) f bil .,. referred to his 'amiaign for (.congret obnoxious bunch After the paper has employment and easily earn his ex-
ur own ini in te ar, I wishorne years ago, n knowledge hi" been read we have a good time discuss, Ienses. Every student who desires can
,o sa ri n, nd ,, efeat in ra an d manly terms i gthe Florida nuews and cuin tro the tohesummper If you wish the very best
one itr wh, th oura to ak for State Snator and nothing but death faith enu their wonderful works their arrangements for the vacation and cleanest the market af-
"'thav. kr-wn f r .,. .t could prevent anit election., r he hadl no the chil re~of Florida school patrons and will not return to Florida in June,
I have known .f rpead itarieopsitomenotatrALtGranto
of sho'-king cruelty prawtic. ,nl our tO.i <.' V RAINA. ) announce o selves can idates for m t a rat took c fords call Us by phone 169,
..nvi..t to whi pla.s and ,)at.as if .ll.d upon to do ,, "*The speaker stated that he did not the camp vwbl also see among the Cxos of Florida studentS ng or visit our .stalls in" the i
that are-too ,, ho in oo,,ri, the "'Conv I .eas.Sys. tion of the legislature Hlie referred to J. H. Watson, "Mr. Br ln Wash. proS e todouble the number o Florida
t, ham l..en weigheded. i thh balance the drainage of the Everglads, and ington," Mr. G Wers, "Sledg of ,tu ent ths "refuge of the perse-
and found wanting It ha, bcom a stated that he thouIht it was a question Jefferson," Dr. Julian and other. cuted. We.,mve'onby to sell our Flor-
-te,_*h in the nostril.s of all ,or.,t rnl.r for engineers. Mr. feard states that; We take special pleasure in seeinha hsu den frie nds what es here an-
and eries alou4 for redrss. Th on. 1 1I thought the< qu _t1m-~ee -thl r Hon. W. N. Srats tir announce, t we intend to do next summer w ith
vice now in direct corrtti ..r wit h irixepedient. H.e referred to the statis-- and we ly j mar, asking t we eno o next summer wwnmith BUmar 66, I
fr, lalor and ,,e, ide they rake. me-n ties jortaini! W4 the Evercades upd ay yome unrJv aQ C S t
mr nte r.d k ir.ld, to"l a. ,. II ar eart t ^Mr wated that. L4 a5BD gavwe-Hl ng ter., S T
le~', rgvite would cost mili ions, an most worthy man for the solons to "
lave known istin i ar,'s when nrie'.ne r the drainage hald ten completed holler "Mr. Speaker" at. i your baby? You wonder why he cries. Iro
became c convictt Ismeem w changed in manner that Ilost all respt the' legislative grantees, the railroad endowment "Uncle Andy, the iron. have worms and the mothers don't
for them All persons who are en any d'1 "anal wrnanses hati ecured niaster. gave $ *)OO. The true Demo- know it White't 'Creatm Vemifuge
way asao'iated with the .systevfroi ti e .'tate h crats of Grant have "done gone and rids the child of worms and cleans out lom
the convicts the'rmselves, are hardened "T'he.lo.est etmate fr thedrain- gave nine 'rahs for the steel trust. its system in a pleasant way. Evory !s .
,y what they nee. I have had nanyop- age, Mr. Heard said, isn ,,(. The commencement of the departs- mother should eep a botte of this c
Lortunities of seeing the systern aand I wlI, NOT VO)Te merits of Liberal Arts. Theology and medicine in the house. With it, fear Swe*6 bfiresiFe11.,61111 ril
know whereof I smpean,. I have no a i- lie, stated that he, for one. will never Law takes place the first week in June. need never enter her mind. Price 25-c. hil. lw ilm1tl
rnotity againMt any convie.t le.se,. but, .r)d his vote to drain the Everglades The Medicals had their commencement Sold by all druggists. o
on the contrary, shorn, of them are, for the benefit of the corporations. Mr. Monday. Thirty-two young men and i *
friends of mine H,.ard criticized literature being sent one young lady received the M. D. de- Famous Strike Breakers.
The writer onl('e knew of an instan('- out hly the trustees onricerning the Ever- agree The hills and valleys of Tennes-. The most famous strike breakers in S olo
thatl hap.nei several ars ao, f- glade' as inconsistent n .e will send forth gravestones like the the world are Dr. King's New Life'
lowcrtain:nit l h ar. I tird, in peaking *f the pro- routing of mushroonlms after hummer pills. When liver and bowels go on a; B. C. W ILLIAM S ,
A certain .onvict I..o,.'. h ti a ,,t ,f i .,med constitutional amr.endmnrent to be i Towers. strike they quickly settle the trouble,
'ontvic' tson a tirlnitir ie farm1 and they voted f'r irl Nov.m eber concerning the I We are well pleased with the Uni- and the purifying work goes on. Bes GENERAL AGENT,
we're'. iven it th'ir t ,-,k r ,.rly i,,uhile, .s!ahlismhrlne.nt of a drainage co'mmis- versity, and the surrounding attrac-I cure for constipation, dizziness and
the' tasks o:,of frye", ailo,, aartna whih.. ,in), 1'',uir4,l the. measure and urged tions are too numerous to be mentioned. headache. 25c at all druggists. CHAIRES, - FLORIDA.
toy the' way, is ,q uits-'. r,' m "iJ'hi l s the. i l,- ol, l,, too v,,t,, against the. arrnend-
Ile' s e's, father was a I pre'ac; he'r who E.'- trient. 1 stated that, in diiterinig with
casionually preao'he.d Itotht''e orvets (i' (;o,ve'rnior l reward, he mnieait no retfle -
night one, of the' coInlviet yiurd asked ia on the chief' f executive, whom he
til. old l i he' sltatedtt -thought was as, honest GILM ORE & DA V IS CO
believe that the Alriiighty 1' a,r"1'V', 11 ,f rlf an a ,as ver sat in thei l giberiatrial -
this. lh 'Ihereve.rendr ,.ertlemari r'plli'ild ,'hair, lit al ..lI th.t het ,. Ieylved l thel
that he' hiadol a.ke'l te i|,,.' .,ral i p inyvr ,hie.fex,..i.tive h. ha'.l',. jIl.llvia.el II. GL M O R E I Ds C O 0
exactly ailbout th 1 11 ,i l Il' 1a.11 rf,',.iv,."
arianswe'r maviyni lh;t h i llii Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years
,n,, by riii,.,) 'didctt hilt th., it le (Incorporated.)
li.k amn'is.t" of Torture.
tWill. Mr wllitW i .,i, fi1.;>, 1f h .,1;' 'I l, ,r. N t'1' L,' ; nt,,n\ yi..i Mr ..M Itn'' CONTRA CTORS A ND BUILDEIlS
hitI0 t.pie. e1 w1,4 ill i \ -I i'ill,'tll' till u i i Ipl N, ll l l WaIn t''Ilit'' 1 I 'V "s'la ;t cat
tlljel o'. I' SP ThS ir Il t a hi e'1 'h ); li ai l- tl'irli whulih h **emaltur.et And Dealers in
*1||40.t, f r s lt l1 1'1-f ,I' ol 1 hi u ll l 1t lill' a ll'tl lc t l'it \I-
If You Don't l".I11 1('.' ;,l.'ll al .tt,,it li H A R D WA R E
ap',,ill ,%%n'I ll 111' had''ll'. hinas,, 'lient. i, la.l I, i t a Plster. experience of 5 yea s in the Building
la,) ,. .t, fil"''1014';t I ll ,the'n,' rh and'ttwent, --five years in tile south) enable LIS to guarantee,
il h I , I .1 ,d, I. ,l ; a a l' l-ie .i ed '. 'ithil'. W e a Il m akea s specialty ( f
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The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board .


THL TRUt DEMOCRAT. The Small Game.Wededay. STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.
SNow that the primary has settled the
J_ C. COLLUNS, Pblher*. political matters that have been agitat- Shewiag Ameuat of Balances la Kach
ang our people lately, there will be a Fead at End of April.
PUBLUBHD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. revival in the interest in base ball. An The following is the monthly state-
La 7 etm .rp.q interesting game will be played at The foowg s the monthly state-;
As Electoe PrephecyT. Camp Henderson Wednesday afternoon ment of Treasurer Knott of balances in
(With apoloWt to Leigh Hunt.] May 23rd, between the Tallahassee the several State funds at the close of
Fighting BillJameisonof Ward numberBaseball Club and the Capital Baseball business April 30, 1906:
Fighting Bill Jameisonof Ward number Club The gate receipts will go for the General revenue fund $128,070.27
seven, benefit of the King's Daughters, and OGenera mill revenuschool tax fund 128,07059.275
Awoke one night about half past elven, the game, if the substitutes are induc- Pne nsionll school tax fund 948,597.95
And saw within the moonlight in his ed to take part, will be an extremely Pension tax fund 94,427.95.
room, State Board of Health fund 38.812.40
Making it rich and like a lily in bloom, interesting one The challenge issued Principal of school fund (un-
and the reply we give below: 4 2
An angel writing in a book of gold. Tallahassee. Fla., May 16 1906 invested) ..... 4,090.42
Practice in politics had made our friend Mr. hn G H lin Ca ainof the Interest of school fund 539.17
Bill bold Tallhassee BasebG. Hamlllubin, C alptain of thhassee Hire of State convicts fund 7,393.591
And to the presence in the room Bill said, Florida: Basall Indian war claims 25.itX).o(
"What writest thou?" The vision raised Dear Sir-On behalf of the Capitol Agricultural College fund 2.458.72:
its head Baseball Club we herelby extend to you Experiment Station fund 4.579.01
And, with a frown that frightened our a challenge for a game of baseball on White College, Morrill fund :.,104.,7
friend Bill, on next Vednesdav afternoon, the *i Colored College, Morrill fund 3,263 77
Answered, "The names of those who do at p Henerso for eneit of Ki Interest of Seminary fund 4)4. I I
the people s will. Daughters hospital fund Our nine to Florida Female College, inci-
"And is mine one? said Bill. "Nay, e composed exclusively f citizens of dental fund S41.24
Replied angel. Billspokemorelow, Tallahassee. The following is the line Preeds of college l er' ,S.
eBulied t che anel. Bill; ansaidke morei powra up of the Capitol Club: Walter McLin fund -. s
But cheerily still; and said. "I pray M. Jacoble, tC G. Puleston. T. J. Colored Normal School, con-
thee, pard Watts. C H. Dickinson. W. W Tram-i tingent fund .4,5.5
Write me as one that fights exceeding mll, M. C. Mclntosh. B. H. Bridges. University of Florida.taine..s-
hard.t lack Mabry Substitutes us follows- ville donation fund 441.722"22
The angel wrote and vanished in the air. j. G. Kelu t. S. Cough, D. Rob- Exieriment Station. invi,.ent-
It came again next d(lay, and, looking ertson, A. H. Williams G E McGrtf, ,al fund 342.42
still more fair, E G Cheslen, Edward Barnes. Chas. L university. incidental fund 521.41
Showed then the names of those who Monroe. E f. Myres. H. S. Elliott. t F lordia hospital for In-n.
ran the race B. Gwynn. L. A Perkins, John Den- tire loss fund 120 7)
And lo! Our poor friend Bill was in last ham, J. E Wolfe, G. T. Whittield, J- "
place! F Dorman, S E. Cobb. If you accept $41S.26;2.97
.. elected. please furnish list of your players with- A Tear of Blood.
Kina's Daughters Base Ball. out delay.ery respectfully The year of 1903 will ng be remem-
i' Dauhtrs a all. Very respectfully, .bered in the home of F. N Tacket. of
[CONTRIBUTED LOV'AL A W "M Mcntosh, Jr. Mgr Alliance, Ky. as a year of blood, which
Three strikes and out for you, Mr C. H. Dickinson, See. flowed so copiously from Mr Tacket's
Dickinson. Go way back and sit down G E. McGriff, Treas lungs that death seemed very near. He
Fair ball; who hit it? J Emmet Tallahassee, Fla., May 16, 1906 writes: "Severe bleeding from the
Wolfe. Where did it land? In the Hon. W. M. McIntosh, Jr., Manager lungs and a frightful cough had brought
Everglades. Capitol Baseball Club, Tallahassee, Fla. me at death's door, when I began tak-
Look out for Mr. H. S. Elliott as he Dear Sir-I have your letter of this king Dr King's New Discovery for
comes flying down the pike, closely fol. day extending a challenge to meet you Consumption, with the astonishing re-
lowed by Mr. C. B. Gwynn, the famous at Camp Henderson on the 23rd inst. suit that after taking four bottles Iwas
sprinter, as they are both noted for in a game of baseball, and it gives me completely restored and as time has
their rapid movements, pleasure to accept the same. In comn- proven permanently cured." (;uaran-
Mr. Jacobie may not be able to stop pliance with your request, I beg to give teed for Sore Lungs,. Coughs and Colds,
a pig in the lane, but you watch him you the list of the players on our nine, at all druggists Price 50c and $1.10X
pull down those dangerous flies. which are as follows: J. W. Hamlin, Trial bottle free.
There is nodanger of the batter drive. Ralph Gramling, Newton Mabry, Peres
ing the ball into Jefferson county as Mcougal, I. Watson, L. Cooksey, Dr. Do the people of Florida realize the
l-o-n-g as Puleston is on the diamond A. A. Ham, Win. Van Brunt, Asa B fact that in the constitutional amend-
Probably the fastest base runner will Clark. Substutes are as follows: Brad- ment for the adoption ot which they are
be Mr. J. F. Dorman, but he will have ford Byrd. Burtis Watson. now being urged to vote by the advo-
a close second in Mr. S E. Cobb. Very truly yours, cates of the drainage scheme there is
Don't fail to supply yourself with J. G Hamlin, Captain absolutely nothing to prevent the drain-
sufficient funds to buy peanut candy Admission 25 cents. No one will be I age board to be irrevocably established
and soda water, as the King's Daugh- admitted free except nine men from by said amendment from locating other
ters will be ready to serve you each team "drainage districts" in any section or
If snatches of eloquence are heard This paper is not given to patting it- county in the State and imposing upon
proceeding from the diamond next self on the back We are content to all the lands th erein belonging to rally
Wednesday afternoon don't he alarmed, let our friends do that for us, and we ate irndividuthe State unls whih werthe originally
for you may know it is from Col. W. W. may say that we are profoundly grate- acquired r the tate und erthe swamt
Trammell. ful for thf many kindly expressions %" and over oWing act of ln, Iaggregat-h
Watch that broad smile on the face hear from time but a few age tax mor than 20h an 10 centsean acre,
of C. D. Robertson. Wonder what words from a friend at Chipley a few te prweedsofsuch tax tobe expended
causes it? Maybe he wants to buy a (lays since, we think, will bear repeat 1v such o ard, without statutory or
cool drink. ing. He was speaking of the establish- i oiher accountability of any kind, in the
If you become hungry and tired next ment of the new paper there and sai: drainage f the erglaes? Ani can
Wednesday afternoon. just remember What we v/ant here is a paper that will it ossih that the p, eople will be in ca
there willbe plenty of Hin on the d(ia- do for us in a measure what the Breeze it)p ibl thfr thev oillept this
mond. has done and is doing for DeFuniak amend entco in the light oing the o eentth
If it should happen to rain during the Springs and Walton county. It was a ament, en in the light. ofrain thercent
game next Wednesday afternoon, it will recognition of the power of printers acts of the present drain ge I ourd,
not disturb the game. as the Capitol ink properly applied, that every busi- cexraon such orin ials in perpui ow-
Club is well supplied with Mclntoshs. ness man can take home with himn for pereuni i
f eLkelanel Sun.
Stop .. li.. .. careful consideration. D e F u n i a k
Stop Grumbling Breeze See ('olltis for your Job Printing
if you suffer from rheumatism or pains, Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. Not If as Rich as Rockefeller.
for Ballard s Snow Liniment will bring
quick relief. It is a sure cure for Foley & Co., Chicago, originated If you had all the wealth of Roo.ke-
sprains, rheumatism, contracted mus- Honey and Tar as a throat and lung feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
ces and all pains -and within the reach remedy, and on account of the great could not buy a better medicine' feor
of all. Price 25e 5,0c $100. C R. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey bowel complaints than Chanmberlain's
Smith, Tehana, Tex., writes: "I have and Tar many imitations are offered for Colic. ('Chlera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
used Ballard's Snow Liniment in my the genuine These worthless imitations The most eminent physician cannot1
family for years and have found it a have similar sounding names. Beware prescribe a better preparation for colic
fine remedy for all pains and aches. I of them. The genuine Foley's Honey and diarrhea, both for children ande
recommend it for pains in the chest.' and Tar is in a yellow package. Ask adults The uniform success of this
Sold by all druggists. for it, and refuse any substitute. It is remedy has shown it to be superior to
- the best remedy for coughs and colds, all others. It never fails, and when
Carrabhelle News Items. Sold by all dealers reduced with water and sweetened, is
pleasant to take. Every family should l
Carrabelle, Fla., May 16.-Col J P. I M emortam. e supplied with it. Sold by all drug-
Williams, President of the G F & A. Emmett Maxwell was born April 7th. gists.
Ry., has said quite a number of times 1I86, and died March 18th, 1!i;. He.
that Carrabelle must have deep u'ater wa juta ddiei to h1 e
He is now emphasizing by chartering was just budding into manhood-one I' "ii
Rittenhouse Moores bigdredge, "Thos short year and he would have attainepital City
G. Herndon." to continue dredging his majority. His death was most sud-


after the government appropriation is
exhausted, until there is an eighteen-
foot channel at mean low tide to the
wharf.
Ties are on the ground and work is
progressing nicely on the G, F. & A.
extension through town to he R. J &
B. F Camp Lumber Co.'s mill, one
mile north of town. This means much
for Carrabelle, as many millions of feet
of timber will be hrought in on the
railroad to this mill from Leon and Wa-
kulla counties.
Mr. H Peyser. representing the
Southern Printers Supply Company, of
Washington, D C was in town this
week and sold the (arrabelle Publishing
Company a nice new plant for a siv coF
umn newspaper. "The Topics." a
weekly newspaper that will soon be the
"newest" and newsiest thing in town.
The primary is %over with the follow-
ing result: There was but little inter-
est shown here except for Representa-
tive and Sheriff. Several telegrams
passed between Carrabelle politicians
and Apalachicola candidate for Repre-
sentative; Carrabelle wished some con-
cession, one candidate acceded, hence
the result I. S
Had a Close Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in-
volving the removal of a malignant ul-
cer as large as my hand from mydaugh-
ter' hip, was prevented b the appli-
Scation of Bucken's Arnica alve, "says
A. C. Stickel, of Miletus, W. Va "Per
sistent use of the Salve completely
1 cured it." Cure Cuta, Burno and In-
juries. 25c at all drugists.
1er tale --se
The Houston Home Place, one mile
east of the city. For particulars, ap-
ply to. Il
.g *. P. S. Memseen. J


den and unexpected and was a heavy
blow to his beloved parents and sister.
Emmett was a steady, upright and hon-
est boy, and promised to be the comfort
and stay of his parents in their old age.
But, He who tempereth the wind to the'
shorn lamb and "does all things waell,'
will provide for them in His own way.


Photograph Gallery

Now Open


and to His supreme will they must bow
in humble su!missio,n. Mr. S. IH. McMillen wishes
to announce to the )public that he
Stomach Troublet. is located in his fine new gallery
Mrs. Sue Martin, a;n oldh and highly where he will lIe pleased to see
respected, resident ,,f Fasersea, Miss.'I all his old friends and patrmns
was sick with stomach trouble for more I
than six month.. Chamberlain's Stoem- also an.\ new ones wishing first
ach and Liver Tablets cured her. She class photographic work. Fan ily
says: "I can n,,w ,.at anything: I want groups and views a specialty.
and anm the proudest woman in the world ('all and see samples and get
t,,find such a gimoonegllcine'' For sale .
Ssuch all ruggit m. or prices before going elsewhere'.
Sal g tA lady always in attendance.
Every Tallahas'scean will lie ple';tse'd
to know that I)r. Ham. one of ,our Fereclosre Sale.
popular young tdentists, who had been 4T,,r,. i.- l IVEN TiAT I'NetIe
considering removing his dental riarlors Nd ,,,ftir-i : i.io,f i I-- r#,,fV f i T-A.. 'NMrI 4..
to Apalachicola. has reconsideredi and is Kai- re-ni.rw-li .,1 iw, ,"'h ,i,, ,.f Aisril, A i) i-.m*,
now fully decided to remain in Talla- t r the d(irtuuit '.rs ,,f ,sh,'c",nd J.,'ss-ii ticuit
hassee, where he has made hosts o rrf ",. arim frg n.- ...corty ,onof L,.. t ha...e-
warm personal friends. wher*sin Jam .Stristtr..n oi, -rt ; iVrre.ll aId
Anthony Vaugirh. C Irutsmom ,if(r Charie. Murrmner
Notice of PublicatUoa. 'LdA.t. No 24. Knth -f iyths. arse n ,. i.
anta and Jame Fwardwnls defemantl I will ell
I)RPARTMENT ,r THIR INTERIJo. : at public outcry ope ihe h sminty C'ourt HoJuse
LAND OrnriK AT (,AINuMVII.L. P.IA d<,or. in theo c ,yif Tollahasme in adm county. to
May 14. Iti the hihest bedier for c.ah.on the&thdayf Jurw.
N,,tir is heTry givrn that the. following. A.D. 1i, all thei. airtain pieces or eNgoeau
named te has filed mitic. o4 ho Mftist*en toW land Istuata. lying and btg In in etWp kithnw
nmaike Anal ps in support of his eraim, and that and described a fOllkws. to, wit Coiswnnreinm at a
*aid pmof will be made before clerk Cirruit (murt point 16 fare wet of southeast corner of lot No a .
at TEaalanee. GF. a., May 2. IMw. vit in the Nirthwro t Ads'lomtni U tomd city. which .s
R. K. Whaiey. as Guardian for the h4irt of Mary thi point of beinnin. then run wmt 41 fet.
A. Adams, deemed. of Tallaha e. iM. ewe north 11 feet antd inchlM, theatie. t t
nir the 8% of NEI4 a N% ofgE% 2B 5. thmte north 4 feet and 4 itehes. me ast
It. I IL 9 fott. an thee mouth LS feet and ambe to
311M. o teh ewano ad wmse. 0pto pm b ise ea bintering, and alo enommnslne at a
11,tupg rmaBM mp d cultivall w aM ta U t fet wet of the southeast earner of klot
ad s. 1a aid NRrthwe.t Additim. which to the
Asme Alexandw R. ILPrme.,. A Y.A. w alor otf f -e a s em. th rasi wt 41 fet. then
Newort.M e. C. A. e No. C Mtf Ia f sn a ed 1me as ta "41 faK.
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It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. I
How often do we hear it remarked:!
"It's only a cold." and a few days
later learn that the man is on his back
with pneumonia This is of such corn-
mon occurrence that a cold, however
slight, should not bedisregarded Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy counteracts
any tendency of a cold to result in
pneumonia, and has gained its great'
popularity and extensive sale by its
prompt cores of this most common ail-
ment. It always cures and is pleasant
to take. For sale by all druggists. *


Set- J. D Cay when you wish to buy
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
will give you the best at the closest
prices. 51-tf


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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors, legate
and distribute., of the estate of Harriet R. Stay-
ner, deceased. late of Luin county. Florida. and to
iall tcrv)ns having claims or demands against m id
estate, to present same. accordini to law. within
wo years from this date. the 20th day of eblru-
ary. A. D. 190M. otherwise all such claims will be
forever barred.


W. A. DEMILLY.
Administrator of the estate of Harriet R. Staaymr.


)DMAN,


RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR,

Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,


Monroe Street.


Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
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Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning. Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning and
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
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A Cup of White House or Bl Label
7T '" S Noca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast timea, and every
Vme knows that only geslJ grocers keep
S. e l 'otfee. We take special pride in
'utr brands, as they have made our
S s tore famous Just as go(t as the cof-
fee we sell arte tens, which principle
holds goixl throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but tle" beltt of food
S products those we hav* tested our-
S"lves, and so can stand by them.
c ntA TN .E W 'ILINS, Grocer.



CONSTANTINE HOUSE,


Rates $1.00 Per Day.


Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.


W. L. STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prop.


J. H. HORTON


ONE DOOR LAST OF W. U.
TELEGRAPH O1FICI..


Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work


All work in the line of
Roofing, (uttering. Spout-
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solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
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14th.


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HAMMOKS,
PORCH SHADES,
SCREENS,
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conducive to summer comfort.
We sell "The Standard" Sewing Machine.


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