The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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B morrat.


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

FROM $3,000.000

TO $13,000,000.

Kstimatd It Will Cost the People of





Governor Broward has many friends Presinent Murphree and Assistants, The Pupils andi
and relativesinDuvalcountywhowould Tallahasseeans Generally, W ell Pleased
like for him to be always successful,
but some of these, like others through- W ith its Grand Success.
out the State, are growing more skep-W
tical daily in regard to the Governor's SITUCCESS, In large capital letters, tfor this occ.;on by the t'oll ge (quar- ple in the State's capitol. Every one
scheme to drain the Everglades They has been attained in every depart- tut. ":tsisted tiy Ihout a dozen other was fully repaid. Old Tallahasseo-
have been reading the Metropolis and iment of Florida's College for Women,. votc,( eltEd froill '*ii<'If the st'l- ans said after the clous of the pro-
other papers in regard to the drainage cutilninating during the week in the hint-! Missi Fowter pro,,i' .1 at the granm that tney had never before
and are afraid of the cost of the under- splendid closing ext-'clses given .at organ. and .\Mi:s Keipp ;, the, plan). hIeard sti'uh finished ind inspiring
taking. which they perceive meansmore the Collegt-, when space would per- ThI'l ;nnnil ternion1 I, toin imnit- music In lthe Capital City it would
taxation to meet the expense. mi, ;and in the Hall iof Reprsenta- t, is o f the' Y,'ng Wn'tni ris 'h tLan lie difhLiilt to sny wwhicih of the fifteen
As stated by John S beard, nomi- tivls, when Iti i( tuciiilidations otl ii \ o'(l..i \v s deliver (t d i n ISind iy.1 n m i \1b w si the best. Ti'hvv were' anil
nated candidate for State Senator from the ('ol 1. uI nlipus ftll short ,f tl'.c'vntlg i:i1n i Me:hodilit ClinI'lih by good, 'nd on at('Oint of its promi-
Escambia county. the cost will be not wha, ws i- n.t d nl1. I.i,<- than on, ;* *. W 1, Pa!,''. I -t less than $3.0 .M(HNiO), and may be $ i.,- o( r \n priid.nt M"irphip .. h '.'- h iinllE T'hI- waii al-o :' I" ,'",-InT *,'- tl:. iiit'hirs of the pevtning ure given
000(0. The work (of drainage, once iin to the, will o f Florida'd; law'v i ,iiin :'lin vs e'njo.ild 'I :'\ iatlv s)o lthint those who tonk part may. pre-
well under way. cannot be suspended m;lIi, rs. ie lv''d the' lp'.hml:d r Il'- '1)! a tls h!iois'" f of \ 'IMl. p without great financial loss, and Mr. of Ithe -p. lrld;j Sti'at .' cnli. whi'',. a, illnii d,: ,1Th' nii,1 ', : a : in of thti performers fr fuit1r.' refer',n.,
Beard and other able men of the State un hdir hiii iiianai:e ni nt'.n had a 'lim 'v 'l i tic '.in '. II! w .as rl' .'d' ', y i lthe,' to (lihoro chilv aiti"th, )"rifornm aln '.:
think that the" scheme had better be , ..f S. and h.i1in thel oraiNzati I M 1.' d.I ('Chl'.iurn h ch :. -'* s H ,, ll d abandoned than to risk the expense of hI.I nt th11 l, .uis111 la i iur, t ni < ti l !1',!, :,(I, <, l, <.' f i M -- HI ndel
with a very grave doubt of tne sIalt ri the .'l ,rida itl. i;.al (',ll< .,,. lilt whaimt nl'.! o1l. NJ.M is .I(n I .l .I, i: plir' t Pin'oai I ---Virg nia lHaird:twa.. .ilat
the reclaimed lands. The pieop)le -hould .slihcuil i 1 t n e' i .all. l d t!he Flo.ridl ,,' .1 Ktt.. lirv'an.
well consider this expense and if they ('CI,,11,go. fr l lW iein. It m it ld dt(Il i Ti lini IIt WI-V iii t owaid, Allo".,
are willing to be taxed to pay it, then j ;ias c(onsit' niiit to cill ;i feniice ;a lIr.iv.!-L i;s nI of tih c '.1 :!' it is wholly with them to 'do so. But ft, iI;I l, t o. it, I. T v It i ;nl ii a \ X 11' i ') S. ,4di) of i ", ',- \ I IlI i li 1 n) lI , "('-ro i iig the tr"-
they should rememfnl er the hold ayllnjil, i ,, i ., Ui -ill' tli, 1. t, 'i '. w iinU i ,"' r.'-' 1 <*;;- .\.- hfltf d
"No tim e to -wailp n rses in the inim le ti, littl', iii i, "wil hi' iii''rr ei *i *ti ' i '"'" t:'t i \ ;l' \l'i li l' i. I lI,' -on. Ellhn ('< 0v1r
of the stream," and once in the ,train- Vt o 'tI.-ist s hiopecI, lby ltht ni x\t ', p-:,i n M ,Ind: ;,fIti u o n i '1hiiiia n |ei, Mil- Thlonie
age work it must be carried on. as the li. la i,.. M i. !i' t'"vW's stut ii' \\< t a.ll. Plant, S lo. R lith I{vii, l
stoppage will incur heavy os, in tll Th li, ]t l pLI r viI.d for an oille e ,t it. ;' ii, T' r, hai'. i la i;i o n oii tii; ililn Floii
money appropriated for it Pr i'r erty i, f ,, ,, h I:)i ,,r sI ol' h ili h t ii t : v t i i 'i s of '.'i i t 'lhe s i Itl < !' r
owners in Fhi ida have an idea that p , id it ; i io,,a n, (,,.-- .i ti d p ti r r I ; I! fP"ldl Plino e lii Sp iiinnitl '1 111
they are already paying sufficient tax's ,r inot' nr di led i nt' ile' lol- t i 1. m! di .' '
for what they receive theref1or, and ) ,i), i!h,.i' ia ,e al than f, the d p t;i- l ,inrn ..\ i- .td '1 "'! th i ,r M i t ToiiL n
what can they expect if they incur' an li: li', t eilt 1 cit# w co. II1,n li'i id' d ,\ pA ir', I.1 1.. t:;i t-i (I '* I I i c 1i' '..r 'iild t St\V ist t:i ird
estimated indebtedness of $l.> (Hiti,iH'( l i,,l,- of I.it.'ra1 Arts,. a Colleg. if ,i l'' \v.inOtl tl pl roi "* The* v.'o k Hl illai' Ili '..i-i + ii--1',i iino .cIlll
Nearly every man of ability who has 1hid, t ill Artl,. ; C( li ( of Fine x l i li oie lilt O n of (if Plan > I rixi, Pilloi A nifs 110-
discussed this dlramage sc,/eme n has I lil I iIl Ai S ool t r *o;fI-. in t, ,rl. i l ii' l i i ,i f i1'' l itw Ilixie' o illain. n shown that it will require a great deal '.' l0. l 1i 1 uS'ci el nd t' i l'a 'h |.1 ~ l .i! lA ,gt't4. an -'nili, -lii 1 r ;id i i- Il. II le' ion' Pearl h -
of money to operate it. Those av orm ne l N i -i. in ti hia lil'v I T I .l.l v--al ie' -Imic i, .;. ..nnir My< is
the drainage studiously avoid the ques- t ,,, ,, u l ho ti, o ,- T ,) ,f ,noon and l, i V i opp;* Slu.ber s<'
tion of expense, something the tax I) ioiI. ccl4 l lhat wa.ii wal k to s d.- in.11 in *1' f iletsuon i.l-.' lr VdiKov.iing
payers are most interested in. and tie i,,cii tnd f 1',, e';ir m' w ,i'h hansii i I i r c ii '1'+. latiiion t it, I| ,i:II u dn'll t
very point which may hang the i-sue in ft i-t;ii gi, ft;Ih, i.ti n',- ;- s we.-ll ia- \t k of ti l lp'iinit the future.--Jacksonville M etropolis. (a t';lic :l(le tii ;llI ll, and ia poplitlii Thr "' 1 1 *' p '" liitid it' tiI'I oZfn lhi1 (Ii' ; nc t'.
rs. Bea Dead. tiRin InI oild* o I I) olllindil ai e i llt w \\w. i i 's p1o.ligrai w:is tli. ilnt i nnl a ill Piiaio I -- l.lla Br.ian. lie ite I)a-
Mrs. N. W. Beard, an old and much-, d lartinin'. s h as nmis. ;i"'t, ni'' 11 of the Minerva ('lih and tli 111.
lovedMr. M. W.of Talahasseerd, an who has been (llii 'l it, t. Ution and phys-'r Thiall;nn I.t(-,'rry Solit-ty. held In Piano II-- Winoina Howard, Allce'
loved ladyiof Tallahasseewho has been il ilt.]e, inmnv changes in thoe T{,pr. **vnt:.tive Hall on Monday eve- C(orhett.
residing with her on. at FMesrsnandina, dueorge lidings nd tqlpiient were nece- ,ning \ W'hen the students Vase-iloleil Vocal Dniue. "I iould That Mv
and Charlie Beard, adie in that Fer cityanna, dures While his work was n iit t opi-ning of thi (cllc Iast Love"-Mendelsohn
ing recent years, died in that cidher r- 'ues gris Prpesident MN iiphrele ga*Ih- ffil lthe-v divi, d iin;'. w!\, Ilodies imnld Edna Hudnall. G(rate Sptiter.
mains were brought to Tallahassee and re id iarouind him n a staff of Instructo:'-s oipvrnlzed two llisnriy v orlettevq For Maihlinettfe Overlture--(iurlltt.
painter Wednesda rou afternoT follwasee d and officetis ecablle of inaugitiiritng wdks thie prcpil.iied for tho innl Inno I -.ltiien Palte'rseni, ,Jelssie
interred Wednesday afternoon, followed the Collg wil)th sts rons depar t j< ia niintin- in eeatcloni on whl:-i hII.rrison
to the Catholic church arid to her last e ts well i ts carryo.ft the Jt( (iantl intliis of ench ornaniz-n- Piano g -'lueh vl leld. Mart"
resting place by a very large number of il si ssf well v and sati factorilv. t lton wieri i. teid to partli'iptai in iot radfoird.
her former Tallahassee friends who Eih s ssu i II>'illy Sn t t i ftt', oril'. thic w ,r', c Ic il tic partiit l ii it' l f 1radford,
her former. Thualanother of Tallahas- It no ex it'eratioin to tlt del (nat On1 tli, loved her Thus anoer o a president Murphree sufccded b- tionis. ocimi nimiiiliirs and otjier f'eat- Second Violin. Mr .1 A. Tiiurner, Jr.
see's aged citizens is called to rest. oind exwlcitations, as H. e coimenceu- Iuis. ut ithe. pliltl of ith evniing' Voie l im, "Snr. T irol" -d',Hard.-
Father Hugon conducted the services, 'i' n wk +xerc.iss aitst,. wilth the pr.igrain wis th debate The- tw lot h) "Mlil 'lon"- T idley iirll;-
of his church. of which Mrs. Beard had hi'l lf 'twh"'( lnit'li i fit h i lie ; i rg hl wIt r li l 'ht' T a 'l i lo tt chi ih.
for long years been a faithful m ember 'r iliniit for the vear :.s soEitlies mi rin d into the hall two (ra.t' Spen and worker. We hope to be able t, siifflc int atrgiinient to prove t lhat t tlie w, two. mtliii e iiirate(d oCn tlikin-' Itay Ilas Overltire- Moild'lsslii
iv e a nice sketch of the life of Mrs. italif d x. ded In iEni.t-rs whit te ir s1 ats, aflmtiinting their colors Pl'umnot I Alit(' ('ollhtit. \VW iio'i
ive a nice ketch of the life of Mrs. h most sanguine anticipated. The illbject for de-l)ate was: "'H'esolv- Howard.
iBeard in our nex Wien the C(ommencement week ,x- t. TIhai the ltudiv f Sl'hene Is ilor' Planto II Lila ilryan. Virgin il:
Hon. Jno. S Beard was in the city crises hiegt'n oil last Sunday with i he PI'eefltable thlin the Study of lit'ra- Hardaway"
Wednesday and made us a pleaant call. :i; ceIlaiitrate setmon in ihe Met ho- Irit'" Miss Slili Iv l. Mr. KentJohnston has returned home list Church the enrollment of the Mary Reynolds, of the Thahlin I .it r- .lisilte Harrison. Ednai Hiidnall.
after a very successful session at Stet- collegee had reac'hd 2r. repreprent- an' PSociety wel e a'slign4. the affl-in- Overture de Si J' tals Rol -Adamsl
son University. Ing ;:s out of the' 46 counties of ntive, and tilss I.ena Baird and Miss Plano 1 -..Mimss Foster, Virginia
Popular Senator s E. Broome ws Florida. This number exceeds hy Orlle Townsend, oIf the. Minerva ('lil Hardaway.
Popular Senator Tal E. Blroome was fir lfit' dorni t ilry t'lilty of th I t k very good (,Iel of the neg:.tlve Plano II Eva Fowle'r. Evil t'ivn.
among his hosts of Tallahassee friends ('oleg, and quit number of s'i- Previouts to th night of thei dehitle 1phii 111 -Olll TTownsend, Mattlle
yesterday and made this office a pleas- noI'd in tle ShOil for the imipresslon had obtained tnon-g Pcwell.
nt visit. T.t aihers were compelled to boil rd ,ii liialliy that the Thillinin would giIll i Voice'. "'Serentude chmmilleat.
Col, R. H. M. Davidson, whom Tall hti' vicinity of thea (alipus. lut witlih thl victory, lhothii ha the decision amifd .IsItlch Htarrison.
hasseeans are always pleased to have this, and other siall InIconvietlle s. In no dial winning In deliate how- Violin Oblig:ato. Mis.. I,.m'li, Sion
with them. was among our visitors yes- lt+ ,,. t exists ailing th. isti ui lit hel, i, l- r, lthe Mi lii;il > li) s ii m r *,id rss (i) G .vlys M iiislt< Mi)lir
terday. i necnls whIol'-eiToriin -ifit Th yr 1". v ;*r, lod 'is that ii l.rfil, Ity of Itthetim w -t Plano') --Alile' (' itIce.tt, \\N'lm nii,i
Call on F. M. Brumby and let him d',lilhted with the f('olle'g.. Ifs fat- won i atii Mit-s li d and MI-s T'owni- IIowal't
surprise you at the low prices he will Iiitv. its loE alif tiid the lio t suti >* l. lie, M ieir \ ;i c li il iiilon . t l FI I'liit v iolin. M is I, ilr 1 SIxii,1
give you mn new and second-hand Furni- st: Tii;i l Itest ol f t his i. i n ti e f;i t' l i Ic: lv n i i, ti6 Honifit i's \, i Sqecold \V' l i. M IN .1 A T'lIit '
ture andt household supplies 2-tf t h;;ilt V li nty-fi l -'r m* t oft tliif ci!\ lc' I. i e '., '". \, tI' the i c ii, indi.! ft.
As w ill be seen w e devote a large : t**r t'' ,tdc'nts w ill ou t 'irli rl'xt f;til It'.'v i i d Ht. i ilo -It d',I fI' ict Ti. l i,,,t i I il', -I' ,,
part of our space to a write-up (of the ('(otlon', rn "fim fit we.,,k ex r sel- Ie -t i iu idu\ i l ;il x ;I rk toIe I I oeiL' ;incii:,' MIizir I ogil it, :.lfoil
College Commenceniment. knowmnv i t Il of '' -L: I ' Ia' ':. cx \. n oft ** '1e' l *I 1 Ii l.: (*.* *''ln Hl it'm It{. n Ti-il-
our readers w ill tll e m ore im t-r+-.te,, in *' *i 1' ii ::, l1 ', .1 I ii1 i e .' ti NI M \V i .' .-a .. ' -lic 1 1 '- I,- ei ( iC'l1 iit, iT1 i1
it than they would I'e+rhal si, o in ln i,.e vi." .1 i i fi etl n i '. i, .I ':'tIn ' I.' I t n l- i i I r I l l,' tl ll o u I' tee i ,e i itit ,. -
small local affairs we have had t lt Itt ': 4 itt t !< ''' I (oln.,' <. pp I'f e 'I< t .* iv. i' -'i o i 'i tic ihi ith l. I, ,h-ft) 'Iftf f 'Itii t foi t hoii lof I i ii i'm
go by this tim e. e''pi'ol Tio I' ;'- f mi'i it .ii t iti intl , I i i l I '*lluow imit filt \ |I ni' d is (. t i .ciio l l ('.' ': .11 i l
M esrs Ge'o A. and ChailI'- ,eard r st'Idl ti t h '.dv. and nlif rlillct. if hI ll tifor f i'l ti# r ,e lI lc I,, lI ,n l'c 1- ..l o ,1 ;1ii holir itld
w ere visiting around. amtn g mi their cclii- f: ''ti' '*': in'1 j. El A- ii.' d lI V *'I 1 'I t c' r i ln ,* i p e t:, i at li' h ,e 'i- hI.I'f I'. le l in icit 11et ,1ll*..I'.l.'l
time Tallahas symlv athize deeply w ith them in the lo.s -, ,ii l 9,11!i ,, d 'I*f'e 1, ,6 .(,,.l I t i cI I i I. i sl o' i,,! 1 I) i ,,eI, ,I, e ,. ,II ;1" i#n l. a l .
of their m other, w ho died at Fernant- I. ,' s l ,, ,... oi' i lt a i it oth a'loi -.0 S 1 -. .S o. 1I -'e. d tw v N I',. .) l .1 I ,-t' \f .
dina the tirst of the week, antl whoe .,' : 1li. niirtint i fi- MI lphr#- Ito ontle. four or;ltio s l h,.d h lit. ,1-1 v..r \t.e it .
rem aints were brought to their old .home c'i'>t.cti'd foent li lilares of Iw :e h II'- T"I'-.I I. a .- m :i'i ,xl. x Illet, t11i .a. l sI I t I Isufion .Tcc cm fIi Ii ,-
and interred d'( d. and d rl iiig thil e ning d'ell- f 1\ ,\ fnor I ','ii '' il' it'1. ;\itd te 1 ,'l' Kl\on'e' F1'1 F l T'I i T leI'I' I ii'
The Good Roads ard ( County Commis-. ; elimr fruit l ti' it'h -. # i ,es aidd aI;k. Til, i ,hv-!,. l ilit. dril! iII ti oit.illoftl si f,,ll..o d 1 tle r whi tii .M ;
sioners Association will niet- in sesion w#ere' ,e-rved v- 'Tii;' l cllllII w .v,.n foit i ;m .:. tof Titirt ii f T:linnii. ipl:m. li twl o Illti
in thias city on June 9th. and it is hoped (In Satiulrdat y evening thme lIyriu I-::iI ifa the ;,f'e rl n T', "I t1,'~' ,.I T'hi e ,''en tqln w'- l twhie
our citizens will take a general interest ('luh comnii d flf Ilee it' Eer nlui lit f .l.t e -. exhilhition, and d,.lli.'.ed. sid the I, l in t.i e Ii l,, dl
in receiving, entertaining andotherwise "tmid n s of tie 1. :rmea nt of Mu ,. wc. I i'tn,.-'' i d Iv e- 'iiny ph. op. ;m fieir 'ie v.riial ainno. imnneu.nt hi 'i
rea ing a lasting benefit from it Let i lit'd sby Mits MIt"'. of the ('tol- tt'' c'-nnir,,,,in. ,oild ari',ominio~'lc.I hc n I nmiad.e'l e fv ,eh, Pr-i.ttl Th*
every one of u vie with each other in I',' ferullt and Mrs .I (' It i'e F'",l winl t f;i I tli'. n rt l ,,t dun. h hti -ll tllles of Ihce o>..tl.on. aind lthe s' olml:
an el^ ort to put (n foot means and, IcI. Of TtllIt'i,;"e-'.'., ii s il+o)oI ttt. gi IC Eld wmnd diill- i. e me v hi e r.i.i. re''t ir I Ill'd dc' e vh .rlicit th,' tl..m tollhw 'Th.
m'"ethls for ivin county better, fi. cia Th ad f a-ltr it nd it,' ltinttt lcu len.' itr;dh o .If, h i;- I'ndi Itritfitnu I
or the very best Nothing does more th, chapel. wh .h prnvcd c I moni Iem tot ,o ic ev. g ;n hy NMIs .lonei.e eaid '('milltri ,,"- M|.'I s Allt'. o'ch.lc 'API
for a community than good roads ffii 'h d and t'njoyat l.. panterlnt'i- 1,.- ''ud, mm. n ., oc t e'nt s'e.na f ind Its MNit .;nilic.. I 1s I ltie p)'nie'i
f-- -t- tn'ti The program octi ned with two vI- 'r.r' lei- | d hlk and fe'l, f .. T" i l..i'a..nd of t* li. lc I ;rall." M'-.
StteslatteiWlitbt4rdlrtatle. t wo-.nart nniiileT'S. foeltow'id by a twol h curm li' .i hlnit r'rverd w;as, Nt'fti I l'.k. "'Oei .Md! M 1. I. .
in case of stomach and liver trouble! liPtion and rt'e ding of the I.iidy ',f rre i,'lr.d t, -' ae lnt n of the dilrrit I' ,ide MI- l ,o ',i .1. i !,I .'e.'
the proper treatment is to stimulate 8'',-i' o lh> M) s MI' ios,, thn thi rr it- ,' ,an' tuitd int -,ii-'lltun'i il i c . N MItu.al Smlih. I Sc.l'. i. An i 1 e,
these orga'iA without irritating' therr. ditTi o lf the n.ntti. ey l ue t l .\r I.lr **lt,,, I ,'i ir h.ce alnd d li. ionElc (Eollt'.l." 11'' I's I". 1 '. s imn ini T1"''
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrupl aids dige .mc'l;.i' l' M' Mrs Fo'i r.i' we'h E"' \ c 1i \ iiiEh enti el .l, d ini '!i>p 'I v .. 'i' im n aic.!'le l io ,i o',iimi:t-
tion anl stim ul'tet the liver and wt ,1 >lo p; w without irritating these .rgans like pill" "1 'liln "-c j'. ioi .e d tli, -I!t nt h'ov ,, .t.i,'. ..'2 dliew ori ', .'... e I,- ete ., I v. t'' ni;tii. .' ,.i le i,,o d I.r
or tmrlinarv cathartic< It ilet"- nlet ii 'lh, *n t. It f titi ci re'ti't i i T' :' "' i ic'ire h imliitei e it',, 1c. i'e I) i1v '.:
naull.at or gripe and io m ild and pile.a-- ''. tlt N ...'. 'i t I. i,,' TI' '*' 'l 1 'oric c t'', il* \. c
ant to take Sohl Iy all deu alir-. T i \ 1 ''' d '-' : : W .* '' m ,n.ti ,1 ,.' ' .. '. 1' ,, I d'l i' lth ,* 11c. of it .,
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A Deserved Reverse Adminialstered to
These "Varmists" by the Cburt.
Some time ago Sheriff Charles Hop-
kins and his deputies got on trail of a
number of persons in this county who
were violating the prohibition laws and
secured sufficient evidence to arrest
quite a number of them, who were car-
ried before Judge Whitfleld and bound
over for appearance before the circuit
court, which finished its business and
adjourned today
Among those who were brought to
trial and convicted were: Robert More-
head. Alfred Golden. William Johnson
alienss "Sonnvy Bov ), Adam Pope,
Gid-ien Waters, John A Williams. W.
Sherman fHopkins. Lewis Cobb, Henry
Williams, and Anthony Hicks All of
the above were convicted except the
last two-a mistrial in Henry Williams'
case and an acquittal for Anthony Hicks,
who had. for his attorney Hon John W.
Judge .lMaone treateil all of them
alike. handing out to each a sentence of
$1. onment.
The lo!l mannere r in which a number
have been c<,ntenimtuusly violating the
prohihitilin laws in this county had he-
come the talk of the country, and, al-
though all the violators have not been
caught up with and punished, these con-
victions and sentences will have a good
and wholesome effect, and we imagine
will alm'nst, if it does not entirely, put
a stop to it. One thing is certain, and
blindI tiger dealers had just as well re-
alize it: Our sheriff, and police officers,
Lacked up by the law-abiding element
of our citizenship, have determined
that blind tiger men shall not boldly
conduct their nefarious lairs in our
midst with impunity.
All honor to our court and jurors!
All honor to our sheriff and his force!
All honor to our chief of police and his
force! For they have taught the evil-
doers a lesson, and it should be a last-
ing one, as well as a warning to any
one who might wish to use this method
to "get rich quick."
Leon county has voted to make'itself
a clean, moral community, and our peo-
ple and our officers are now fully deter-
mined it shall be just what a majority
of our citizenship have indicated that
they wish--a sober, Moral capital city
of the Stat- of Florida.
Those interested in baseball met at
the city hail last night and formed an
association, which promises to give the
fans of Tallahassee some interesting
games this summer.
The following officers were elected:
W M. McIntosh, president; Dr. C. M.
Ausley, manager; C. H. Dickinson, as-
sistant manager and umpire; J.G. Kel-
lum, secretary and treasurer.
Two teams were formed, designated
as "A" and "B," who are to compete
for first honors, or the championship.
and the first of the series of games will
be pulled off Wednesday afternoon,
June 6, at 4 o'clock.
The line-up will be as follows:
Team A Walter McLin. captain;
Ralph (Gramlin, C. Puliston, Peres Mc-
)ougall. Bub Elliott, J. M. Hollis, R.
H. Lane, B. H. Bridges, Clyde Evans
Substitutes: Abram McDougall and Will
Team It J. G;. Hamlin, captain; 0.
M. Jacoliy, A. S. Ham. Ira Watson,
Newton iMaiy. Joe Scott, Wm Van-
BIrunt. .1. (. Kellhni. Harry Pierce
Sunt itti's: lIradford flyrd and Walter
At kuii'o.
It is arrrni-stly hifip'd that the (ood
p,,pl, of Tallaias.see will turn out on
i,,.\t \e1indislav and s-ee the first gane'
,il the- , i#-. which lpromi. 's to be very
iihtle't it". .1 loth t aits are oi.t.ident
lif victory.
We' hfel that this organization, which
iiii;n-e- to iive Tailaahasee one of the'
l.e-t Iall tiitriis she has ever had, may
hi\e' the loyal support of the town. It
,ona ',*s '*.nr' iintri'esting amusetmrent
ler t le' -iitlnn ,r''.
Y.,u lre invited to attendal services,
legm, riling t,,nilght at ,o'clock, at the
l'r.t'hyterian church, biy Rev. J. W.
l{do-selbrouh, 1). 1)., State Evangelist,
and continued next week at 9:30 a m.,
and H p m If you are a Christian. be
a better one; if you are unsaved, go
hear him and be saved. Everyboldy in-
Vlted<. .* *
()Ore of the most pleasant social func-
tions of the commencement was an
afternoon tea given on Wednesday by
Mrs Arthur Williams and Mrs. Jerome
McNeil, at the rt..ilnce of the former,
to those bemies of the faculty who were
lea\ ing fir their l.,nwit on te fellowirg
NMIs-r 'lh*'I and .Iul. Evains, two
+,f "t a', +.=,- ,'- a.:.r i.ng ilien,
w\oh h t .c t;-I ( ,- I ii ti tv 'ce e s tafu l
te t'1i ;,t *1, l,.I' l. i'l 1 I ii'\ rl..Itv at Lake


* COli. f l ~c''~;av* .

J3 A. cuimwS irort*r. The Tribune notes that the State
JOHNM G. ICOLLCNS. Irrtr. Democratic Executive Committee, in
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING it"s ce5ikon at Jacksonville Friday,
adopted a resolution making the rather
Entered as Eicrond Cla. Matter Mar, h i3. i'*. *, unusual provision that hereafter prima.
the Poet Ofe. at TasiahaA.,. Flraia ur ei.r riew for State Senators shall be under
Act of Conirrl of Marn h 5 I7'. the regulation and control of the State
.. committee, instead of the committees
Office in Tele.ph,ne uiifirniw. <:-,rn.r Adarmn. anrl f the respective counties.
Clinton Str.et.. Teiph,,ro. N,' i' 1 This strikes the Tribune as a rather
.....- -- ---- -- I dangerous departure
i. A.. tIt would seem to be a violationof the
subscrtptin, 1.,,f) &r YournA. Alvan'. fundamental hornie rule" precept of
Advert.>in a .r A,pial.',t Demlocracy, an(d one which lemowrata
-- throughout the State may well view
The True I)emocrat Is the OIia.1l1 e *paper with alarm.
olf Lon Count The provi),ion would give a State comrn-
--....... rnmittee, which might happen to be dom-
Tallahassee- Friday, June I, 1906. iated by a particular political machine,
a ; weapon with which it could easily de-
A DAILY NEWSPAPER. -troy th', will of th- ,pe-ople, and. by
I,.rpe.tuat nui itself li, power, practically
(Get a coly of tiF,. Ii'..'- )ak Daily j t;at,- tlh, p*rsinne-l of the upper lody
I .ornovrat, ,look I ,, ,' re;. f lv i,'i f- t .'*tatf- Lei, nature.
"I h (,irl .r.tit coiinlitt'r- it 'v.'ll known
z.e ri of Tallaha--'-. 1r',l r,,e', itI viIy It, i,.' i,niitlated, bhy jo' v Browai'l arid
ne.at a1,..ara t.. ,',G.vv v.. Il t ill.' V ih r '"itlu jre ;ov. Browardl desires
'at rv through hti.I drainage ploPtol-
adv.'ertsing |it ioaigi it iif I. how it toii lliiture- .S nlati'. of Florildi will
spleak's out f..r tic,.' g .,. ;i il,.ri..,t of Ii. r J,-h to -av abolit tlis (i'd airiage
t in,. 'r',lalilv their next .-tep will
ita city; thenr i r(ier:,l.>r tha t a t 'ItI- "ti- tto i i'rpl the rwliht of tflhe counttv
z z ns ot t t' h r t v .ry l~l ive, it n 'a-ily ,be ..e-ri how, ith
oranized a c rom pant al.', ;i,il put E *iii -r|. lSt-- a .Stat. c'oniittle- e" ,lorniinatted lv h i.
in? print-r at wr t ,ji.i <'llren .htw ri, <,1Gov ltioward o'ld1i ..x. r( ...
int printer at r I ." < i ane r i l tylanaliil power ill the
Oak. s,-l e' ti<,on ,if the l..egi-.lature of Flon,,ia.
Just ia k any itizi.n or f ,tive. O,k if it it Iaa lrili ,,.

has not proven a fine paying iinvo-tni-it
and if they doi iot ff-'l great prile in
having a neat, up-teo-elate daily going
abroad from horn, working in iheir Ii-"
terest, arid so hr ow they will l rani ,r- .
TallilthialUsm m i'e l-e It i Prii e;il i **ti '-
prise. We have roverr'' to \o'i, iii 'al
Hit our rnear n wVill .t :- o, iiat 'lillia-
hassee wwani ril ar i0in d i ciril, wto,.
hom e, niorall. 1n i'i ii i0"ll i,,! ;tri|l
the proj rietor ofl '1 ,t' "- i ic I liii il iat
sit ndn ready lo il,, hi- tlll 'i.'ll of ii'
work anid tuke' hi- sh" i. I th. r-.k ,fI
there is any ri 4. i I ivinI '1.lli .- .***
it daily news ptajper v.i hr e' 0 ''v I 'li il
ian can well ft'e1 I noii loI ;, i f i in.i,ii tri
from the' 'n;'itail ol the0 ii t;ti',
T tlil is 4i il i ih 'll ,r' \. :ii 0 1, to I ...

We' h'aittIly agree, with th Tribulne-
in ever, thing it .ay-s, and will add that
now is the- time for the, people of every
swa'ltntonil dlitrret, anld of -ery county,
to pu t th'-ir fee-t titt t i, wc i on allowinrig
it eo rrii1t'.f ite J,ea k-ohvii.. to i-ii'rp
itri\ ,ur.Nh N t i ht- {,., .n' tr,'eo.-t' a : ,t Il

w I,&i, N al(ol 'i l ln .,% h'A iI r Il 1. :;I ,. p0;,i- l.
<,,, v ,r ,i of Fl,,r:da. rril t,;,,l ;,i, ,' .

I"''. *' ;1 r' fi 1 ' f |' )\ | '-
*' l, ,l ,,.t ', I .o f I 'fo' *' -, ,> ir. t 1,, ,. ,

S- 1 i i I t1 I' l r '. i01 1 ,' at ill -,. 0,l

, ic ati, 'l I i ,t, i II, it ll l t l t' I- t It li t'.l

li 'vc th the tinll ai, 'p.i ,Ir 'I 1 .ll ih.i ..'e r to I ':,r'. iidl;a'' 'IA 1i 1 h'' I, ir. ,- ..n a I 1.,-
imulate the truly b il i e lik i m p l y'hia,., 11- **"* h" a w o k
a U ,oliitnlit l0. h ie c ild h.ienile, aiici whVi,
otf Live s.i-* In MNIrr athy with 1i1n,. Io pn-h a
there i noit a haildo ot doebiilit .c'li'tc., r f'iivior hi wtiir
S i 1 lotiit i 'ive M r'. IIh'iv. aid :liii hii-

Trhe Joturnitl has i'e, 'ived f ti.m I'ol t
Fred 1. I({ohe rtsno oet T'illaha.tee, ii
copy of the rtceniit ,olunmie' ciiimild l I,%
himn under the supervisielei of the il,,r
tof State IniutitutioeniMe. ittled "Sohlii(r-
oif Florida In the Se'ininiole I iiitii ivil
and Spanish-American Wars The'
volume in evidently the' re-mi Ilit iia reit
deal of labor and research, ndl it formni
in every way a very valuable addition
to the historical and tt satitietial liteita-
ture of the State. IPensacola iJomrnuil
Was it the intention of the' lawnik.-
.rss when a law was pamned, if we ts.li-
take not at the first setiotnnf the le-
islature after W. S .iennintg. was in-
augurated (overnior, that the' people of
Florida should keep a mian or men ini a

,ii'v.'is-if'- l1y fi rnmtei |..ow'er than they
. *' 'Il' s'r,, 'is, ftor v\' riil year's.
hait' itlro.idy lhd tot o rniniuh iowr with
v i i Ihtoi I l .i'ack th eh'ilcIs d t |li oeeipl.
pa tii itl. ,' l that cll ss oiur cut' lZten-
.-chil who iave s't-n thenli uSs the'y ari',
aitl flared to t'll ti.e peple of the'tn
( zirMs eouh tig they ar' oiow, or think
t hy n iiic'f! iF'or h;itvent 's s ake., lon't Iput
aitty mnioe powr Itt thsrir hands. such ats
giving theti control of your Statet com-
mittee Seemrns they want the whole-
hoi, its we'll its the' draiaiage joint re.so-
lhition, with its great privileges andl
flowers thrown in

positionof that kind forever' We nian' W'e' llieve the, day has gone by in
no reflection upon CoI Frd. Iob. 'lrida when ai mtn whe thies secured a
o e e 'iictrat iitrnin.titnni catn gt too sleep
ertson or hin work. If the- work i e vil, t-.i duties iof au littic ftr tihe has
never to come to ai n end. w, wewoult as Il4eln < ii idui'ted into it. The lsople iof
soon see him hold downli the jlob is lany- F'lorla hav wakened ilup to) the fact
one we know of. if Jeins d bn tht a illic dhe is a lil:c trust "
n we kn Jf, e-r eiait i ii., Kti, ii T .'i'cv wvi lli0it' aifnui Itleo de'tlain nd e lhat
him here r 'fro i llrook veilleh to do it 1 he,' hT tiolit l lh. itiii .s otf al t eit'
But we think this, unie'cessary stre'tch- shiill imoietlcd t it us thogetiiih hli fe-It a
ing out of tiltiig alimig ita l ii t-i r si' of c i. of 0 ."i.polibilit% to the' Pl'l low-
line.s i minw t he-lp to le.,,',r cd a ka l ati:l ke t' ti s ihI tl,,i w it t T l -
I .11 4 1 1 on 1

liurdenroeine taxation nel feell ; ti l i t N1 i tuli t
like sonmi othe'i t i on t Il iid,, i.i dl, c. jltce't idihil' e i ilei, heit, I i tl ii
h S4 iI If, l t hu1 1W .oIn g it liie' we' IWit.ee Iae elin
that some thin fishouid bI t ewiout eIi lo thi I tic- ic ci -e4a'o I h
No reas enablee e i dl i e je'I' i t dilt ilka in Io teI p oIl ot f fotr iiit t. hane
.a vy n S'fi r ,f thorni hat\r b-'*fii
('onfederate v'te'stii, l hel. liliz e celt l a l e e slee
taken care of as Fl'o Idl ai n aitl il,.hut ii i '' 'li'
e E nt lii l lee il leci e, c Il I' d 'n in ll il e 'lita a lll eriil"t I c0 t lct il't
not one cent h4 o lt i d It > o li ,, ,,, ti i \ t t I
pre i htme~ns e i i iil 'i i 'IIt I ..l i oI'IIh l r I ie ' -1'ii- li'l liiilee1 ,I it' i\ ohit l'ii
pretense f',,e tihe l i ti. 1It',, 1 ,-t|\ i t ,
,, th,, t'iiittl \H itl ii;iT\ i1 \w 'l or ,'
w ate.d on fUtlli tt l' ill. ,. ri i)e\ a. t
i .m e o xe l l l l !I il,;s t l l I, ,w i i l 1 4 l i l i ,,h)t- l ,l l t I Ii ill c '. \ l ; enrich Hon t'e'fiil ieii
lilies. W e Iw h, v I,\ ,4,\ 0, 111,, Ih I I I., /i .. \ idl t l rll- I ll-a; \ i-l., om
t u r e s h a v e b > i idlfrt <' , il. r ,iitt, ,,, i i hi t-
out far be ili hcat ii\ic li.', it .ll.i \ el i t t e
,g? 1 t ib ii i I ','1 rti lv l !r\( oltl | p h,. i| l0 ; r tth',d
expected it wou'lld 1e.' ti11 II l.. ii,., '
are now txted y ,, ih """"e i
lK'\ '
,I ; ,, ',,, ',, \ itl \\' hu hi
A.. anid our t oit Ii1\ t c itl i.' i i' 'i i l' c r i th
A. ed r t it l, M ayor, with ino t ce I i'001 i It,. . t t e t i i
d l' l.'ia'e, ice l'..,i| i i' ll It, .Il ,'t I lh,'',l r c *t' , 'I I" | tl o ,
lie itl. d e i i. l, In i c it i, ;, l , Ii I 0,11 *,t, i|,t 10,1.1 ,.,
healthy city l-.\ 'i\ a i ... i , i '. 't
liurgily in hl iit lt i e .it i i\ I t i ll "i ii ie e I
f u le fe e f h.1 ,,'1c .. .... ,e\ ii l1 1i '\\c I, Il I. lti. tl, ,. ,' t -
rile l ti-h iII#ell Ci -,lltl I l h;le l sllt I' it li % t cfwI, \
ret'ee l ts, t ite ll,- r a t-I, It.-111- I,1 \,,
f t I I s, % I i t 'S' l i t .I . I, : ,.I \ l ,t tl he l l 'I l l l l
p vidU V iy t' lirds. N i'lti *-'' i't / 'l r ,! i 0 r pi, ,
I il t i i i.. iu ? i 401, li t t1 t -1 ,1 I, I ,IIj, ,> l I , itt fl t1. I tj h oll i.|. oW

tl l 't: cleI% \' I .I,' o li i il i t l ,t U' e
ulit h ill t11 0 1 'o4 "'I t II e it c t I i' Ill t t ', i ll i .' i- lli l: i '- .lo\ ,lidt -ilt t lt iitt -

c'le'ain if thel0* | leii' i l ljust g i%'I.' Ithl' I t'-i til il ci j i h, il c to "l>e> ilad."
a'li4 lit h i t I r';,' i i l h id- p 4' 1l; i 'I 'e t 1iW .t I. l: liI 'I llll l t. i 111ill h I itl tIlls
ill dIb It. I !Ii.

The following, cut from the Tamps Gov. Browird, while t West Palm 'the intoresti news comes from
Tribune, which c t from the Beach [before the primary election), Talla h e that the bright and irre-
Tribune, which copied it from th made offr of reward for violating the al t
Times-Union. so fully covers the ground primary law, follows: prelsible Claude L'Engle, of the Jack.
that we take pleasure in reproducing it, "Two hundred dollars will be paid by sonville Sun, has purchased a controllig
so that True Democrat readers may me for the arrest and conviction of any interest in the stock of the Capital
also have it: person giving a bribe for a vote or Publishing Company at Tallahasse
vi hveotes at the primary elections to be
"The Legislature assigned to the held May 15th and June 12th, 1906 will discontinue the daily issue of tl
State Agricultural Department the duty "One hundred dollars will be paid by Capital and issue a weekly in its stead'
of taking the census of the State. That me for the arrest and conviction of any That it will be up-to-date, attractive
department, it Is not too much to say, person accepting a bribe for a vote at d i without for
has made a failure of it. Here at home said elections. and aggressive goes without saying,for
it is to be noted that the State figures "One hundred dollars will be paid by we could not imagine Claude at the
are far below those indicated by the me for each and every arrest and con- head of a newspaper enterprise without
Health Board's census and the directory viction of a person voting illegally at those characteristics. It is to be re-
indications. They are also unreasona-, said elections."
ble because they do not agree with the There are other possible violations of gretted that the capitaof Florda can't
combined figures of the United States the law to which the Governor should support a daily newspaper, but with
census of 190 aild the enumeration of have giver attention Some of these two bright and well edited weeklies,
buildings erected since the great tire of are, intimidation of voters, going with the field will be fully occupied from now
1W1. In 190 Jacl,-onville had 2),429 a voter into an election booth and mark-
iopulation In -a:., .,.0lo ) buildings had ing his ticket for him, the use of dummy on and there will be something doing of
beer, erected since the tire about 2.50). ballots in the booths, etc an entertaining character up that way.
,uildings more than ha'l been destroyed. The Arcadia Champion distinctly inti- We suspect that the new paper will be
As a proof of tth,. pre.-ur-'e tor house nrate, that several ot these provisions an administration sheet, not in the
room in this city, 1 i., to, the many new of the law were violated in this county n a station sheet not o n th
inhabitants who haild locked here, a in last week's primary If the Cham- sense of a thick-and-thin organ, but
large number of apal t n'lit houses were' pion has any knowledge of the facts, it that it will support Governor Broward's
lbuit -something p;rai'tall unknown ought to report them to Gjov. Broward, leading policies, particularly th, drain-
lefore the tire I ..'re were several i that he may order an investigation age enterprise, and the Governor will
n1,w family hotels built, alo. For these Punta Gorda Herald. be douhtles hapy to hae such an ally
lea -oil, Jacksonviiii tekels diposed to: t , ri ht and r, r thin s be doubtless. ,happy to have such an ally
'.luarrl with take c-n- tu The greater It is right and proper that all things right at hand The excellent True
i.lfumle of busine.,, ,line, by retail mer- should be done to prevent violations in Democrat, whose editor always has the
Chaltn., as well a the high rate of rents, primary elections, and all good citizens
dle-.,mpite the great inciease in the num-' who wished thecleanthingdonewatched coraieti of his generally evictionss and those ad-
bet tf dwellings, in.ii.ate such a rate of to see that the above was prevented And convistrations ge, winerally now hagin the ad-
growth in populati- ministration, will now have plenty of
"It is when we- take the .tate atallwould rejoice in our Governor taking company in Tallahassee; butwe express
large that we see l.,w badly the de-parr.- such action as he did from his proper the earnest desire that the amenities of
m,-ret has 'fallen ,I o.n' on the census. place in the executive office But as he he ar t des re thatthe amentea of
11 -i.. ,f the lmo.t irmporitant counties thrown executive and official dig- dehate may always be observed and
cIiitred.l The ex.'-...-i, rta omitting es- h. thrown executive and official dig- .enatorial courtesy, unadorned by Texas
.,11iliia cointV, with il',.naela its chief nity to the winds, taken the stump as a adjectives, may never be forgotten in
cIt. anid Gran'.. with Orlando, its peanut Ipolitician would do who might the most inflamed stages of any contro-
,u ,,y -,at. and -'te other citi.. as have a scheme he wished worked, peo-
"..:rl within it- l,,,!lders, are very l,1p1 ,k ,) and are amused at his des- 'ersy between the two distinguished
,.,, t \ ,,. I.,:,,ttt tle l- re athis d e itors, who may be rivals without
)t it DIail,-, v.t, M;,a,, al \Vest I'alm terat#e antltc' In behalf of his drainage being enemies -Live Oak Democrat.
lie. h,. hi.lit..~i.-. In LEsean la, l ,,ard and all their outside advisers and
lti' r'nt,- we-r0, rliiI>-< up. we arte a,.tt'rs in scheming, womlerink what Hon. Frank Adam.s is the Senator
t,, Il In -,i-h ar; iii',i tailt matter lirte- .e i,, ,. again from Hamilton county and will
ti>.. t ht il l ha r i-<-eTt taken aginist t fight for the repeal of the Buckman
th .t.rit lain i tire. In Or- Thn vith the exposure we mard.' last bill.-Da .' t.ity Star.
ial .. tie.- e'i[nii.itr tfll sick. lli ie"t. we. k in it-gail Ito the Hunt IHarr mat- Will he, now' Well, he fought mighty

-4. .,;,ii .r aLaunt I l bh th h .lart- tI r a il lw l'.velimn t. a- thev come hard fo,r the passage of it and for it
r ,. -t,1 .i ,..t .. ,. ,., i'll .,artant pia..fr. t, ight. ,ly gies te shw hw dle-lIer- until he was awakened to the fact that
,.l .i ;i n im lt r.' ,ri unable t,, kt .ep at"e ai l.<.>eecmiitn thesc great schemerr, Gainesville got it. Well, Messrs. Buck-
.. ,i',.. ,,.,', -, a ca'.,-rk wa.s i anrl that now. in their tiull-h,.a ed per- nlman and McC'reary will be there, too,
,.t ls. '.,cuinrt the. St> ha ai ut- t .i.-',t'li'. th.1 ill t) almost anythinR to take care ,f him, and Hunt Harris,
ti,..' .n,- ,, it'r ..am,, i*tel haI paid n, i in a (ling etff,'o t to halve' thin s as they' Dr ('rill and a number of other reliable
art ,.' ii t ,,- *,l ws. No,w th.i d .t- 1 ''-h Senators will lie at the roll call; and
.,.t.t .,'.*k. t, tlhil w the. wh hle I n. inmplIrtant anl v r.ty notable fact may be amontz them they will be able
i,,.i ,.i, te. l,.'i-i'i' i,.le.lg t iltin frtiim ,'-n.aiis, ;'. wev r lth \,, at,. tnet making to hold the honorable acrobatic Frank
tniit t ii, t\ W\ ihat r'.i- ti lie 'le.iat t.at t
,tii.., th. it ilid lt tit av. ak,.i i. .i. l te haste t o give' the "' ar lIeo lel'' aniy do( wn. He is a tine, good looking and,
th, tac't that itic *'llit'l;i"' irat i wait. lb in g it-'iniz-'ld statem,'nts of all their little .w beli-ve, hoiinorable business man,
it ,i l,I in ll;Dwl'. 'lt,' L,.ir-l.ttrire of expienditur.-s The people are entitled but we-lone t believe he will have every-
1ic' will i. rnemti, in it duties in it to that information, tn, even if a few more thing go just his way
d" 0.' 11.t call upon t .t t ;inl i stra t i ng go just, lis w y.t-
tcin to .atil.-t.a>'triv .xplainl why it clerks should have to be employed todo Outwits thSr. reon
alluw.eI what I-,ik IKi it grt eat working it It is easy enough to find room for Outwits the Surgeon.
ti tih whole. State,, new clerical help when you wish it A complication ot female troubles,
with catarrh of the stomach and bowels,
JJu't so,. alil "t. .e Lo./,./ t.,i,',' If'if along other lines; now employ one to had reduced Mrs Thomas S. Austin, of
S, l / I,, ,1 1"11.4 ,', di,'s,,tf .4 ,t it '/ .. ',,t keep the public posted early and often Leavenworth, Ind to such a deplorable
,,ill ,/ f,,,, f,, ,, ,,,,, ,, t I,,n as. to just what items that internal Im. condition that her doctor advised an op-
SO Iu-t II/fllet o h1 l l proveniient money is hbeing.spent .it 4',,,. ,//,A# R T w i! ,;st ,)t/,,, it, go ilngfon rd ed e ild. aldn t ch. f results, postponed this to try Electric
ho ht i,,,,k s /,/, <;I:AT WeN.s t,, th. it is going for dredge buillindgand ditch Bitters, and to the amazement of all
/,4il/,, .'ftiit aling i numle'r of their r digging, we guess you have authority who knew her, this medicine completely
1.a1N-:. this ,it.w[;itper ha;s Ileen persist- for it; if it is going otherwise, we have cured her. Guaranteed cure for torpid
t*ntly calling attention to,. but whiui, doubts about your authority being suffti- liver, kidney disease, biliousness, jaun-
dice, chills and fever, general debility,
most ne'wsalitei.r5 in Florida have kept 'cient for spending it in that way. Do nervousness and blood poisoning. Best
mum orn such as s-lling I. I. lands for ytu se'.- tonic made. Price .)c, at all druggists.
a s.,nli; paying out attortley's fees NEWSPAPER CHANGES. Try it *
without authority; freezing out legiti- The Quincy newspapers, said now to I The drainage scheme has died born-
mate competition Oin State printing con- belong to tiv syndicate, have both had aing, thanks to the more intelligent peo-
Spile taking an interest in the election.-
tracts that i /t might have those con- changes in their management and edit- bade City Star.
tracts at outrageous prices for very orship during the last few days. It has -- -- -- --."--
inferior work; accepting and paying been claimed that Miss Jefferson Bell, Long Tennessee Fight.
for volumes of the Supreme Court, after former city editor of the used-to-be For twenty years W. L. Rawls, of
they had been condemned by at least Daily Capital, employee of the Comp- writes: T.he swellng and soreness in-e
some of the Supreme Court. denounced troller's office, and correspondent for a side my nose was fearful, till I began
lby meetings of the Bar Associations and number of Florida newspapers, owns applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
under protest oef the Attorney General, the Herald-Era. Very peculiarly. Mr. sore surface; this caused the soreness
who, plrepare.s the copye. reads proof on Thompon, who was its mar'ager and and swelling to disappear, never to re-
it anil has general supervision of such editor,' has shifted ontothe Times, while at nall druggists. *
Siiprnile' C',urt ria ports wo rk, alt..e- of r 'Pittman, who for somie irtmie wis a
>thicialipowe.r, tari-sh treatnmnt of the h..a y-wei ht on the Gad.sden Timnes. The pirnmarv results in Leon county
were particularly interesting. In the
,.c, ,1cl. it,.l i.,0,,1.,. interests. rel.udiat- .w ill tin s ti mak, a leettor pa ,e'r senate eial contest, the administration
tin .1 i, ho n.-t r-'nttract and citmi. Vwhen ,f the Heral- I-Era;t and I these changes c'andilate carried only one precinct, in
hen.'t., faitht'il work had lee.n the. took plci'-c. too, aboiit the- titite the which the total vote was eleven, and
..;>i 0- i .ii' and turttn e into .he c'hr.inge w.ere taking pehiet with tie rel'-ceiv'etl le-.s than 2'5 per cent tof the
1,'.1 clntV vote There were six candidates
Stat 'r...a-iiv a .large .mn t,,to ma ,n.y a. .t p,.,.lei-hing t it,,..ny. of th-, fe t-he House, the only one chosen be-
that **v'ly. Fioi,|litin w' s d. ultftul thC ity. [t des t. trn that sct,, ofel the ini .-tron.tglyanti-drai'nage; and theonly
N itiinitl gee..,ti:n .elit Vtould ,".''r ,i'; Stater c.:ipitol gitanti i.s onifi.t'teld Ii stiO e ,'andialate- j'enly advocating the drain-
aind '.e lih aic it would ha'.e l>.e.'i> m.c.. a'.( W'ith 'olie of those things It's i'g J u'I'ctiticn received e nlv seventeen
, ineI a,' t tite' ti.- t I i h it ii il l >, tt..l f', ,iii,, ,, ,nutf .atTair. how ev.e r, ar d we a .- .. --..- .-.. .
ithe' t iltth l h it r l a -t's' .:tent w' ik of tict the ili net ;>ttCmrr t to intitangle- the A Happy Mother

hti; e l ho,-% %t'i' I i V t i 'l ,; Iitte d,
... 1 11 ',* , I .1 1 v iB, utt ia it
e'cre'ni'i I, I. pIit ti. legisl.turte' o'f l'1,17
liiitI ie.' \v'h. i.10' .,iople to thinl.inng just a
lI'tl.' hi' \1 \ Iee' AhrewIel Il ibb\ i-.t
V. ill .lt .it,', jli,' ,'ie' lt lig t l-'iig (htei'.e ii
," t lil 'it i ~ 't i t;' i c ti' .it \ cf;>t ;it -, ; ,i. -
ii '' 'o rI t ;h,'' Irg'- ht eluti'eni tih.I <'.% -'
1t4 lite k. .... Ci I ,- i i' ,ll t itragoew l f \-
|'I i c11 **t 1 I In''neys on th g io\ -
o ", \\ti!,l-i ,irnti aii ge falt't ', a< 0i%\%

i n' \t : w l Ieec 'ted 4 .11l th, v

it,\ 1 lil to -.i,,'t i c rtilld. tet f thi r
.lo n I0. kil f,,i i ,o\,ri r l tr)owa \r 1-0i'-
I'...,,r, il \d \0" ,,tif .tor thilt I i I l. i,,, ,

rt Ill' ,:
Sith,' it to -n>y that Mr. Hi.son has
tr.u I -t'f rri'd ii I ritrt'f-t. whatever it
IitAy hV-.'e' bIe'e-in. teo the Sutin Puhhkshing
I liiiina ii'y. .Jack ,lilnvill'.. and we wel-
iolii the' whole slih oting match tto Tal-
lahar, e'c. atnild hope the relations b,.tweeni
tlo r ntie'w c het' 6li.ct.;i ',, it will "heit plea-iant feor
hi0thi ii t, Ilwell ltcfgethi in unity "
A! l'.i'-t, let u-' h ve ;tilnd k, p ia ptper'
r ',.-. .' t t'i cit' othie '.

I ;.>\ 'h,1 *,i'Hr iwiard kne'w Jin t \%% hat he
c t'- Itrl-tic- i ;.to t whei h li >aiid l Ti -v .
pil'.r 0et', iof Flt rila ".oi d thleri elto,-
ril! s atea'' ;tt o mniuch a lime, with. se'nti-
irent thrt'w. ill." a I li ihe ew'aty of it

ili .tili pltti. ,:n 11c 1 ie-e'leh hettio '- V k ,o',. v .i'ln t what bc'auitie he* hars
Ii' hl'' 1il' li u1 1a anti se iin control. Thte-e
Io'' luau' \\'\i tIe .' tite P)oati''r.tt .i'
i e' l Itt ia It'ai t few' ote ill hi, gang of lNdlitical
r,,,l, e th trki.e-kstr. C ot'.niot iet at. however: nor
Ilie *, ",' ,t '.. *e y w rt e ?nt l 'w Id,, % i- tii l II. l i" their n inualitions
ili, til'e .*'I-I t. inl the last pIfilnar." th.t t l'Wi' Hi-nti tandl the co trp ra.
4ic'.al Ilt.nr t I! 1- 0,\i ;iI 01lti't rol u.. Just so going
1 -" 11 ilt' 011 c.4tls'1t' ilees not accuse onc.
\Vi' li \'.lerI IIuing na'eti'd I'etpire. he need not worry over what such beau-
'p1ho0n Nio ,, I'hnllilps & Sirmpsion. 14 it ties hink do

will svo., that her baytlv its jtoperly cared
far -to < d thi. a ioodi purgative is nec-
sSairy Many n divhalies. suffer from worms
and their nitthters liti't know it-if
your haL)by i.s feverish and d,,es.n't sleep
at night. It i.s tr.uilded with worms.
White's Cream \'ertiifuge will clean
out thhe~s wbim.x in a niild. pleasant
way Once tried always use Give it
a iatrl P'i e I .27, Cents S6le] laby all
druLggi..t.. *

Pstent applied for.
At all druggist.
%it %-QL IT-L m.%ff'o.. IJack so"% aiie. F-10.


n~c~et l-wen~-od late' of 1~..4-1, ,''unfN I 1--vida. pci-silti,
oil "' I..',c'-.vi. aci,'ez.laittp,-r'Teli -T i' Ab" ,l' A'Ci I
,'-tae'. f-, I'r-01'i'r'cetne' fa' .-11't' cet-0 ia%%c. ithcn
leco e'ar- fe-sen Ihis edate t'ie,' 2iuh en% if F'. bu-
s v. A 1)It im clfiret ,rAc ic' ll*ioc(tc t Iie t- wilchbe
fvrerr btr*%11.W. A PP1'F .aIY.
A~loietectmur o.w~f thwe e'at.'of4Harm-ict R. Starnaq',

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To be found anywhere are here in Colored Lawns,

And you have 10.000 Yards to select from.

Small Figures, Polka Dots and the Large Figures also.

If interested don't fail to look at them,


12 1-2,



25 cents.

25 cents.




I I 0


In the Second Circuit Court of Flor-
ida, in and for Leon County.
Spring Term, 1906.
To the Hmn J. W. M31'Iolt. ,LLIi.!u .' :
saii ( milrt:
W e. the irand jury f-' e 'l '.ounti' fe,'
said termni. t.-' i a'xt ti .ake lt l ,' fl,-
lowing report:
W e htav \'ltt' the :all nd1 thi' i 1 ri -
pair. ei i i madilt- wkich, wh;wn ,)lni-
pleted, w ill Iut tih jail ,n11 ... 'i '.,i -
tion and '.ievii t e'atl-v imi.'r,\ t' *I;,
tppe.1arance' ,if the- n ,.t-'f th i:l'l!i, .
W e have in a n.,,st plin ta;(;inr m;,n--
ner t ('gone over all the cas,- ;'r,.eentid l ti
us for consideration W' p iote ttlat .a
majority of the I. ,- s il I.rrte(l' tio, u-
are for tihe ill, l C-aie of l'I',or in i l"ur
_ ct)om ,mutinity. Allof ti, t-t n.,rnvclearly
erov, -s that a L:'*e att ,dl of wrii.'key is
Leing sold in our midit
In fact there .'vens t (,e no difficulty
for anv one wi-hing t(i purchase liuior
in finding s.(,,mf one willinir to -el! it.
The evidence gts to show that xwhiic
several white men are vi,'lators of the
law, the great maJilritv of t.e violators
are negloes. and filmI the manner in
which this illicit traffic is con(lucted we
might say that there are a nuinbitr of
"perambulating blind tigers" eon the
streets of our city.
Our Sheriff and his deputies have
been zealous in searching out the of-
fenders. l.ut he cannot arre.-t without
sufficient and direct evidence (if an
actual sale, which is exceedingly difficult
to obtain. We beg to submit the above
to impress the nece.-sity of strictly en-
forcing the law, otherwise the moral-
of our community will suffer serious
harm rather than good by the closing
of the open saloons,
The law as now enforced ni:d as it
must be enforced may well lead to much
false swearing and bribery, rad a per-
aon having malice against another can
with little difficulty pr'ov'e him a mnl-
efactor and violator of the law.
The ease with which liquor c('an be ob-
tained pointed to a great danger thst

threatens our lboy. just leaching man-
hoo. T:ey have only to, u Il'Ihai" tir
li.ir and ','tile t o so-ile .-,Cr'et pla 'i'
;l;i;( (.nk, anil; 1l'"f,,r tln.ir r ,ar r- aei
a'-v;re'' ,f'their d1tih .t'rt hal .'- ','f ;i if,.-
linl '' di l ne ie itei l i rll'elr.
\W e have v-;',I 'h < '.
A i|i;t r and '. of ,'i. ii. i r
i t at hi, m -.ti',i-'Is it' < 'it ic' il. ti if:-
't t:.- ; ' aI l .in I i' .li l i Ii h ll
ti.e '. *. i' ci .' i lf 1 t i I C -t *t c v
i'ti l 1 . tl\'t- t itv ~ > iil e *, 1 .
t 1t 'hnr ehe mr.ordi i I
. i. h far -h, it t r ,.%i. t,! -h" '1 1 ih '
t i. f,l 'r recik l!" f,1 i" '. : ,i il al inl i ,r-
t,;i t i ...i.'. h th A t' "'.i-l r flc'. it i& et;i.< ulpo t l,. :.
\ e, thCfI e-1vttl til' all l'. i
att lt tti n f our h,,ri or li'na I lon4 i ,i ,
1 u'l.nI y '',d ii niim i "n 'i'- n.'tt '
> . ". th'll t i Joi iie i r !n lif,' ', I'e .'
ite :;.;,-)i I-c )o ilrit'l iltiotlt'n. -an it -;
th.t tl.'' ; miitpt: takf up ti- *h i .tt'
P, -'i I'@r v.it!(' s 1i;-h 'aliht it In i.s

i.i ,lt i f I l i. tl ,f t n r ,. '. ,,iii i :1 t'

Str I Ct. Co lone di.t i f t-' i el ,., r aI l.a ,
linlt- ,-rti, whihl h a e v'-, 't ., ai- oid

u \s'i have e\xanintA trhe t.iour k i ft tf-
',in ty T re- .. i fi, d t rl tl,.. i i, tii t ,
and atccluliately kept.
\We visited the office of the County
.Jude, and find him in need of t e vnels
tortabtlte and proper -helving for boots
Ws-e recomnihtld that the honorable
Biard of ('t,.nity C(')omrii.ssioners upIlil]y
the needs ,f these two offices.
\e wish to thank his Honor. Judjek
John W. Malone. for his cle. r and al-le
instructions, which have irently aided
us in the discharge of our duties
We wish al.-(i to thank the Hon. Geo.
W. Walker lor the valuable aid ren-
dered ut.
We also de-ire to express sour thanks
to the various officers of the court at,d
of the county for the courtesies and as-
sistance which they have extended to
us. HOWARD GAMBLE. .Fureloan
I'hillip; & Simpon's Plumbing Shop
an( Snw Room pposiie city market
For Fresh G(roceries. 'phone W. T.
Damrnn 'Phone No. 1i .-A.S.t4f

Plumbing, Plumbing,

F' '

"tn. T" im pt 1 .' it t%,ktt
n i< ,< \ to.-I .,: : ' i l It\'. t ,l; !
tha' line : 'i, I v "i -lt :, .",
w h ,l 'th, '. s" I 1 i .
I i',- I' it e I I; 1* 1 .. l
th ltl F ,i iir Al i I "t >'.x r.ii, ntt
. t I at Lake ' ir < l. l,' .le.-
tl s it~in"; to th, ,' ." 1 I rn -i po.-
*. pecan" .ll an
"T",,' ini- r i- ;- n i \ ;iln f"

* i .' tear'- thie .* ... 1.n :..
S I' ,' e lilt- i : i n t .' -
,'. . . i- st , !! ,. r \ ri,,,t *, ,
A Texas Wonder.
t i 'v k. a o ;t ll ;it I;,,'\\ \ -h; I'. '-
ti ,'*e t.- ,;g, as lai v ,I ar. T't'i- \v,,i:(|cr
i..W'. L. 1l ll,. w ho ':,im it %\. v 'i ;' 41
uti .,it's has g roiwn to oiiv r 1.. Hl > <':
'i -tlff'red w ith ., r!' .. .. t. ,n
, ;< ", ,1- ~ ';tV t' MI e '.I! ,, I't l| l if c l -'ll lliP -
*;,r. I w '.t i'eduiiii '* I iii' it w hien
I I. t .,ni at.kinh ID r Ii 1" i .'- \ .-w I) --'i,'-
'-rv ftt!' ('onsun t lltiii, I 't !i: K ;.nd I s
N;i after takin: 12 littiT st,. I have
,i.l'e than loubtledli i \eivit i:,inl am
coi'i,)'.'t,*;y cured inlv. -'ire cough
and <'0 d ur41. (i0, troii| . o alil ,lliiu -
gie ts .ii2 and $1 Nt lio' ttle fret' '
The \Wauhiula Adv,,ate is ch;rwid,.
xw'ithn the defeat of Tom ALppleyarod fior
R.allriod C.'oi.nisi.iuon r. Tiius w\e see
what a trmenlidou. influence the villaine
pa ier ts Irnstim.tes exe.r< i-es Anrd the
Advocate advocates county dlivislon -
Punta Gorda Herald
Fewer Gall,,i.: Wears Ltnger; IDevoe.
Mrs. M E. Cherry left tilay for Tral-
lahas.-e., aid wxilll not return before
Septembnier. Mrs. I. E. P'ylanit. (of
Alton. was here todav. en route to Ta.l-
lahasso-e. Live ()ak emonitcriat., ;il.

Will Care Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., wiriel :
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the C4ePt
preparation for coughs, cold and lung
trouble. I kn1)w that it has cured con-
sumption in the fi"t staRes." Yoi
never heard of any one usinr Fo)e.y',
Honev and Tar andt not being satistid.
Sold 6v. Bl*r44- **- *+

Unknown Friends.
't., it' ii 1in. i, ly ,,Iit' whio aV.' W-'i
t'han iierl.tti's' (',lt'. *hll it'l',t and iir
11t.,.a Rin! v. w ith >plen,liil i'- itt .
Ib'.. \V ire IllI, l;"\\ 11 i i tcati'-,' th''y hbtV
he-.titVti ;J iti\l V tI t '.al ntii l )"'
t'hi ir t-ex ,, i"I'i tl r publu'licatit,) It lites
I-et l- e ,. i ,\ 'v Ir, art te 1 ,' 1 e the l ."-1L
:'ri. ids : ' :. I'' \ t I t, i \ lhl.i
n ,'.,'h t.-' t! l in ., it :1 !., i:l- ,t"
',V-,rd y. rlt I r '' I tl r'$' *omIVr.tiii,-
ti, .ns ti l'rii 'l ,iV l teil h ,'.- It is a
Li' d n\1 d l i ih :." T I h) l\'h V :1 n 1 ti I' i' al ndl
i w 'idt.: kn, w n te' r it- li't.- f *liit '
ril;,le i 'ia l ;i!l f i'nit *,i li.t i I ; . hit n
l-' ,r s l. l.\ al l il iikit I

nW h en v u hi\v, 'li"-iiin.h th i d.)t -ee'
Ihillips. Si& "!.-..n. 1 4-tft
The e iv k l a i)t' in.. r.at "it is at
Itt 't prI'tiim a ir i!. \t Spi.akekr !' the' iole at Tallitha -
* ji t i \\ W ait ''ve ti l a.i't r t in.
. th,. hinnd oi ilm n ufn .
S(,nie t ii)' in fevr x' iiit'- (if ty ie ;iS l
vert'etii'ihnar 'till neli it fd r 'iu lhien
-veiral teil-hnw c.' l nt. l th aire
l r o ii-i.'" ,in 1 ti,!., h w vel', to. ht ave
it VyoUr Rl' t-ih Oi. id yoL adt til aliott ais
,\'If try to v ge t ii1itig \vitth h ite a t' well
as the ,,ttr JuI t tiy oine' advertising
and Svct
Sanitary h hthiln'z insured t gr oI
health Se' IPhillips & Simlpion l4-tfT
There is a etat .t entitment all over the
State ill favIor of R(if t .r't W liavi. of
Tami a, s-erevin r the people of this State
inr the n-apcity of (;,ovetnir e i utin-
questionnally t,'he man for the place and
with hi A larve numinar of friends and
admirers in every section of the State,
there is thlrdly tany\ doubt a'lmut him
beiin the choc e of the unterr:iied
Democrcvy, now restored to reason
after the unfortuinnte mistake of two
yeiarh tgo Taiip Ti'iribune.
There are Few
people who know how to take care of
thernselv'es- the minority do n>,t. The
li\v'r is a m,-t important orv.4n in the
IllIy. Herbine will keel) it in condition.
V C Simpkin%. Alba. Texa,. writes:
"I have used Herhbiue for chills and fe-
ver and find it the best medicine I ever
used. I would not e without it It is
at g iood for children am it it for griown-
iup people, and I recommend it. It i.
fin, for La Grillppe." Sold bIy all d1rug-
giotp *

Don't Risk


By leaving them
in your house.
You may lose
them by fire or

Safe Deposit
is the best fire or
burglary insur-
ance. Our armor
clad safe deposit
vaults are fire
and burglar
prof. *
Boxes for rent
from $2.50 to
$5.00 a year.
Your inspection
invited .

Capital .

City Bank.

WANTED -G(;od home in private fam-
ily b)y woman 34 vears old, and son 7
year~ of age. Willing to do any kind
of hou'eework and plain sewing. Salary
reasonable, Anxious to locate in Ta -
lahasee. For particulars, address L.
C. J 173ti Silver St.. Jacksonville, Fla

e John Colin fer Job Printing
See John Collins for Job Printing.


I 'cqr t '(,U xx1nt to iai t a Li .~ ii X t c e iCte I v\ e "I 4 C tf ( v tt v In
m(ii (';r dc jeit tamIf R c-;,; r tr Frri t*rTrer, I L t1Wr~"TY?!t7We\tI ~leI te 11 1.I I'Nlll 1111' t' '%110P tt
fer a, ;I'di.e Ia re!, I I It 1- ~~ .1 % ",. -I I* 1INt, ?c ei 0p rqc -ot ti'. h i i-1'r te I411 d l4 ie i V
WAl nt In at((tin~t wi'tbhtx'trI% I( \,nIiit'i'\ i I\x.
W e furnish i41 -(if I10t f ;hI l':, 1 # fi+t\' #t r ,x t(re x'.htAiil 6 1 1 st 4Ti I,' c'i I, r r d Ii t lty ii'c' toe
ops~nsn & (f o u ne~ t k-ith x.hus\:t i I, thi I Ito 'l"j ieIiif ry c1#(# t tif thu 'lhel'I : IK 114 .lx. 4t1\-leeitoe \4 1
6o k.i-d Pr di(ion orily irLe ft Ici IvI;
Yoro~u iiihriId r~e It'4:[1' xv 1 ibeh Irue to 11 1, t &e4 irl tv,.' e vI ~.i il
of N Lu r vr a I! )ci rive rA (it se t 'ti1: 1r i. kd-'ylillk
It'is r ftxx'i5Cto pcle ~it, 1, \I vk 0 i~' ,it in teIit'. hv i y ftiic- isel&r Vr 4ef Ic-','IN
tk iexets s-ridt tie. ird 1*a. t!E-b'it j..u et' I-( I .rrj r j,' -\I it iW lit fh it' it xmill, tCi' lii; it Si. l I b'it; etWifry#-
tIF;t Sr V..We I :ytvjer o t rit mrto-i ).Ii I! X 1 -.1 ef ( nt- 1 41a1IIi (I iI vb6li(L lito Ist ji-e#Is, t. ilt-
first davs tof April ar~d r('eerie
14'lW we giVe a t11I,`S tIC ih'(Arglu 1a 45wl:h' A-l hO~ftY U 'ato.in fix'.' xi trp, C on,;uttd c n a Ln-t
f's (rf ",:'~3l -ok irng dh.N siin tkiC year. iat 3 1*'r(cvAit iitt re't.1

k'(k, l'wr day
2T~c 1#rj14 r
FO er id;,y
W e jwIN'lI dy

ft r F) vw-srt-.
for 6) ye-ar
ftir 5 itCSY'.
fcor A ytir-.
for t'. yf'isrs.
for5 Syet ri

A ri't I.; e i.iteld.
.Fl ." c c
11 :.1 5*
t-l '
l o ..

I, rtst earned .
$Ill 14.
27 >.T
:.:' 42
rl,. 74 .
I1 l 4'

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Tallaasse, rila.
Dear Sir: Pay more for Devoe; be
glad to. It Is full-measure and honest.
Paint is a watch-dog. How would you
like a watch-dog that wouldn't watch
from two to five o'clock in the morn-
ing? That's short measure.
How would you like a watch-dog that
had a way of wagging his tail at a bur-
glar? That's false paint. The burglar,
rain and snow,
Go by the name: Devoe Ilad-and-zinc
Yours truly
F. W. DbEvo & Co.,
New York
P. S. Gilrnore & Davis sell our Paint.

Mr. Raker Disclaims.
Crawfordville Fla., May 09, 1901;
Mr. J. G. Collins, Editor of True Dem
oc'rat, Tallahamee, Fla. :
Owing to the fact that our printing
office was destroyed by tire Saturday
night last, will you Ibe kind enough t<
publish my letter whih you wil find
enclosed, and mail ir 'V) ,ir 4') copies?
A < AIlDt i Editor of Gulf Co"at Bre..ze. Will
you allow rnme a small space ill your pjit-
per? I have been informed that thenro
was a report circulated ngaiii-t ini. I,.-
fore the primary that I favo're, piuttFin
all the land in the county to $ arid $10.
an acre Now, I wish to say the party
r parties who circulated t his report
never cirrulated a bif, rAr lie While I
did favor putting the' .1. I' Willlini ,
land at $1 per acre While it is thIe
general talk that ornme do favor putting
our gool land at $1o an an'r., iilal tihe
poorer land at $5 an naro'. what th'le,
reason is I do not know; lout it must
not be a good one, for to put the land
on an average of $5 an acre' would put
our State taxes more than it all is at
present. As the State. l.ind in 6 mills,
and the land is valued at $1 15 on an
average, which would make their State
levy equal to about Z, mills, 5 mills
more than the State and county both
What is the use to put mui'h a burden
on our people who are not able to stand
it? We find that in \191 all the land in
the county was valued at $247,40,. and
the State levy was :qi mills. In l!M,r
we find the land valued at $438,6M9, and
the State tax levy 6 mills. In IM#06 the
county levy wan 5 mills, and in lIr)5 it
is still 6 milla, with nearly double the
valuation on the tax books. Now, what
is the use for the $5 or $10 valuation?
We find that there is 383,W21 acres of
land in the county, valued at $436,6,9.
Put it at $5 an acre and you have $1,-
919,606, with 6 mills State levy, and you
have $13,945.61 that will go to the State
on our land alone-nearly as much an
we pay on all. Who could advocate
anything of the kind? Those who do
have not considered what it will do, or
Iese there Is, they think, a chance to
gain something by so advocating nuch
I could say more, but may take too
much of your valuable space.
Yours truly,
Paldten for d lwant
A rood reliable man w 'nt. (xood
politIon and good pay for the right kind
of man. Address P. 0. Bo 454, Talla-
hassee, Fla. 14-tf
.. r. r -.
SherW** Isle.
,W l e t of the Ilrout Curt of the
neoI ij telit at( ) In land for t
oans it a.i soS eoorain m 6 pe" mdIe there-
rNA imf4 A olol ehdplainti aff H.
*Mel~eeISis (i Iwnd J-vo kVsleA upon and
swill b at l sr te ntr court
IIMUM dam.JM ta a+ty if Tdkh-f In eM aoun.
Sto htih teh. an the Ind d4a
i IJul A. D. 1b 1tmntnh1 haus of II o'eklek
& it N, li M.plbi4 ftk Jp adto *II that
patof lot No. 4lTaI ta o-wet addition of
*d SIth. drui hSu ae rw lw to-wit: lsinninx
at the ss^M r,1m e Vl eId tel. run thentr.
ai Mt im l Isteme mouth 100 ftt
al nine lefl mmi eaWst M feet 86 d o ls inexhe
ai thea north li ftet nmd ate. inhes to the
ief hlnnalea. Purehasr to for ded.
1441- llhoril of iad County,.

iWFt MO. A. D. INs*. Tn 1 -1.

Cesar leeeftrale aMeeagle Cheasfitee
All poMe lsovinelnalem- or against
SCout DWmoeUe xiiA itt
tso. D@MN1,iON (se wr M.
MIi W.D.WION.;$roman.

I am now pnpared to tore in my
*tenia ad warehouse i kind of
ftndnitn or artlee wish
away for afe k
R. A. gUUflN
itf At Armory Warehouse.
Hw beaM Up a COld.
It may be a surprbe to many to learn
that a v emd can be completely
broken ap nla oe or two day' time.
Ihflrst ymptomw of a cold re a dry.
iud ouh, a profue water discharge
ftom the esM, ad a thil, whlte ootinm
em the t % s e. When Cmberlan's
Cough Ramedy is taken every hour on
te1lnmtappearane.of thsi symptoms
it Omaerseta the effect of the cold and
reetoma the yptom to a healthy eon-
dtm with a day or two. For ale by

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(Continued for first page.)
Maudie Meck., Miss Mary Eblu Qialle.
and Miss Elisuue ltawis'; School for
Teac-hers, Miss Nellie Gordon God-
fre'. MIsm Julia Hhaqer Richardson,
Mti Edna Hitduall and Miss usile
Y,nt Kindergarten Training De-
partimentt, Mis,. Lilile Bates, Ml4s
Mary Lang Davi| and Ml5 13 fl. dIe
tow I',n De.naldson. Members of
both of Ithe State Board of Education
and board of Control also occupied
m4-at' on the platform, together with
Rev. W. M. Poage, lion. W. A.
Iw iwls, Chilef Jlustle Thomas M.
Shaukleford and Pre.stdeo, Murphree.
The Baord of control l was represent-
ed1 by Hou N. P ryan, chairman;
lion A 1, lrown, lion. 'J. B. King
and Hon. P. K. VYoung. The HState
Board of Kdliation wa4 represnvnt.d
by lion II. ('lay Crawford, lion. W.
1, Ellin fnd lion. W. V. Knott.
The program for tih (cvnltrg opervn-
dA wirth a s, l'-ction for ihro piantos,
liach't Co(ncrto In (', which wa.s
tIl! -lvy c'x', il' I/,' MI4S Ko'lp;,
M l.%- Voti rr .,n 1ti 4 l lr ;ia l;i'wi'y ItI'.
f'lw v, th n ffi r fhf ili''r ;llli'll,
.lf li w ili'ch i'r

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,'lli,' <,,iltr 'y folliiw ,,l, hr' thit ni,,
htuln.. I'e.,~uli.o..l (I1i lllutl .iIn.I. oiin
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.f 1 T iir 1 *r. .i of Ti m l i;L, pl eil
;t \ 41111 i l, h, [ ."i n r ,I A ip|) i pa 4s i I I o l II v ViV'l -
l''iipi T' li ii iilili ,r w tas v 'ri1 llllt' i
1 ll )o I' i 4 I I
"Soilin '.",iroll' i;4 %i%'() II'lV 1 WOS lhI >
Iu ii t xI ( Prx i tr iI I1i, hlv Nl.4 iEblf' (iiall Theli'e long
oiralliin w, 4 "Womn in i Pun lll ife, '
hv Miss EIInlc ItawIlH.
Tlih Kaiselr March, liy Wagne.r,
was i tihn p. rfornied lby Miss Fo4Fstr,
Mis H:ardiilwaw MIHs Ke'lplp anid MfIs
I nihtaini, In a manner oiist inspiring
and charming
The closing featiiro of the program
was asMigned to Mr. Bryan, chair-
man of the Hoard of C(ont rol, the
awareling of medals and the conferr-
Ing or the. diplomats and degrees.
Thie l.n-dial were awardliei an fol-
Colonial Damom $20 gold prize, for
the wipt ,nHay on Jamestown, Miss.
lJiihnie, Riutland.
iThe weetlng medal for the Stii-
dit mn making Ihe, Kratest progKress in
Inst iuitiental iniUSic during the school
year, Miss Alice Corbett
The Hweeting medal for the stu-
dent making the grenatt progress
In vca'l music for the school year,
M|is .,Ienie Hlarrison.
The Buckman medal for the stii-
dent. limaking the Kreatest progress !n
Dometich Sclence during the school
year, MIts Pearl McCord.
The Board of Control medal for
the best oilation in composition and
delivery, competed for during the
We.lnedllay morningK eercines, for
Junlorm, Mhiim India Brandon.
The Board of Control medal for
the best oration I compositionn and
delivery, competed for on Wednesday
evening among nenlors, Miss iialre
The< Cohen medal, for the kinder-
garte.n student making the best pro-
grens In the department of physical
culture Mils ladle Donaldson.
The Colonial Dames medal was
presented to Mins Rutland by Hon.
Fred T Myers. in a brief. but ap-
propriate speech. rTh other medals
were presented by Mr.' Bryan. In
fltting words. after which he con-
ferred the degrees and presented the
diplomas to the eleven members of
the graduating classes.
The evening's program closed
shortly after midnight In a brief ad-
dress by Presldeit Murphree who re-
ferred to the work done by Florida's
College for Women during the firnt
year of Its history, of Its progress
having surpassed his most sanguine
expm'tations. He thanked the mem-
bers of tho Board of Control for their
support and encouragement; he paid
his riespets to the members of his
faciulty, giving them much praise and
dtw credit fifr th'r ,xvellent work
a.d co-op<> .t on. and fie-.ly congrat-
ulat l1 young ladies of the College
for* their Inldurtry =ad clono at tention
to thi ir wl rk, and In bIdding them
good bye for the time expressed the
hope that he would see them all
again next fall. President Murphree
did not omit ment.lon of the Florlda
Unlvorsaty, and asked all the College
students to urge their brothers and
friends to enroll In that Institution
at Its opening In (lalnesvllle the end
of next September.
President Murphree haa every rea-
son to feel proud of the rchlevements
of the College for Women during Its
first year. The work of the students
has been excellent, the spirit of the
young ladies has been admirable &ad
a fellowship has been created that
must live and grow with each suc-
ceedlng year of the life of the Col-

No opportumlty shomid bo omitted
that may bring to the attention of
the people of Florida the needs of
this College made necessary through
no one's fault, bVt by the progress
and growth of the Insttution. The
flrst need, and It will 1i fell Imme-
diately on the opening of the College
next fail, ls more dormitory room.
Another building of one hundred
rooms would And Immediate ise. The
department of music has developed
beyond all expectations and a muasi
hall separate from the other build-
Ings of the College Is an absolute
necessity. In this an an auditorium
should be provided. The present
class room, used for a chapel, Is In-
adiquate even now and will be more
apparent with a larger attendance.
Additional equipment is also requir-
ed. The Board of ('Control stands
ready and willing to do all In Its
power, but the small appropriation
niad*l by the last i-gl.4lature makeA
the er''tllon of additional bIldings
for the. College for Wtm'n (ntlrely
outt of tho question It would Hem
that nothing of any i'iii'ent can be
l.,riii until thh n'xt rino-tilng of the
I..-kl liati re when 'h.- t o 'I andl re-
fili Irrr'n ntH for the piipr'i a'cormlmo-
d;'tion and edmi atiiri ,f Florida's
'emI 4r wonlen will hie -,P ;al iare'nt t,)
-all that ipi ln ,eras of It' l ,.*gislatu'.e
will bI iunaninnllt m in :i a'cording to
it11. irnf 'ltfition it J'l-r f -'.'d and
that light A|-.f-dily.
The people of Floridla art-, ,,n a whole.
to he congratulated ulmn thOe results of
t he recent primary eit'lronri The new
Senators placed in nomination are mer.
of stability and character, andl,. together
with the "hold-overs, will form a bo in whose hands the welfare.of the State.
may safely ble contfile. We observe
that some of our conte'mrloraries take
the ground that the anti-administration
faction will have but a niajority of three
in the- Senate at the next session of the
Legi-slature. A careful examination of
the list. however, leads us to believe
that the majority will be considerably
gri'ate'r. Tampa Tribune.
F M Brumby will %.ive ou mone,
in new and Mecond-hanY Futmniure 2tf.


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THI' RUiL S&MO RAT. A UNCM Of TEN. Governor Broward, in attempting to 7
J0 I. CMLIMS Pbash The following lst of names are being defend the Trustees of the I. I. Fund
ess_.____ _l__,__._ talked of as poss ible candidates for in their @trained and unprecedented
roUM111 1 KVZY nIr DAY MOS1mm Governor: Hons. Frank Harris of Ocala; construction of the 4ct of 1855 as to the n' F O t Va Bnt D I lv
Th t e the TallshaseTrue E Brooms, of Quincy; Park M. proper kind of "arrangement" for the Do F Vn Av DlA
Dmocrat might well e ca n Trammell, of Lakeland; E. S. Crill, of drainage and reclamation of the swamp r l oin __for oeu i values
*11el eianranti- Palatka; R. Hudson Burr, of Cocoanut and overflowed lands, ignores the fact-AU
.,^.editiEonP amorHe or Idosndspaceton when looking for good values.
ever% pag is devoted to its opposition. Grove; N. A. Blitch, of Levy county; that for more than fifty years that the
-Polk County Record. Jefferson Browne, of Key West; J. N. Act has been in force (for over half of __ _________
We have no apologies to offer for it, C. Stockton, of Jacksonville; T. A. Jen- which period it was administered by
either. We are conscientious and hon- nings, of Pensacola; W. J. Tucker, of such men of our own generation as
eat in our opposition to Governor Brow- Ft. Pierce: Frank Adams, of Jasper; Drew, Bloxham, Perry, Mitchell, Flem- White Lawns, ---------------.... .. 5, 8, 10, 121, 15 and 20c '
ard and his drainage board's extrava- Cromwell Gibbons, of Jacksonville; A. ing, Raney, Gwynn, Barnes, L'Engle,
gant, doubtful and risky undulating. T. Williams, of Fernandina; Robert W.- White, Wombwell, and many others of White Waist Goods and P. Ks, .........10, 12J, 15 and 20e
We do not believe a majority of the Davisof Tuampa-and the harvest is ot the very fower of the Florida Democ- 36 inch Silk Warp Eolienne in white, black, pink, blue, tan
people wish further and heavier bur- yet. There will be more to add to thebfore been placed upon the law as that and silver gray, these goods are worth 65c per yard,
dens placed upon them to make good a list, if signsdo not fail. Of the"BUNCH," now contended for. Are the Demo- and silver ray, these goods are north 6 per yard,
serious blunder, aided and abetted by however, there are more than one that cratic voters of Florida willing to accept
shrewd trickster advisers on the out- would make Florida a Governor of the the proposition that those wise and we are offering them at, ----------.----........ 50
side, who have now worked that czar. Simon-pure stamp, and who would, as ithul ocials did not know the taw? A Fine Line of Ladies Short Sleeve and Strap Under Vests,
ish board up to the pitch of being vin- far as he could, correct the abuses of Call and see our line of Plumbing
dictive, spiteful and devilish in so far the recent several years. In justice to Goods and Fixtures. "It'a complete." at--- -------------------.............5, 10, 15 and 25c.
that they have made our Governor take Mr. Jennings, we will add that he is 14-tf PHILLIPS & SIMPSON. Children and Misses Short Sleeve Under Vests, at
the stump as would a peanut politician, in no way connected with one W S. J., Children and Misses Short leeve Under Vests, at ........
and siso put out all kinds of tricks and 'ho used to be Governor, nor does hei GULF COAST RESORTS --------- --------- .-----...... 10, 15, 20 and 25c.
means to fix things in effort to control look and act a single bit like him He 1
the next Legislature. Now we have it is all right-he once went to school in. via
pretty straight that some work is on 'Tallahas-see.-_- .
foot to elect one of their true and tried' Two good things-your money and our GA. FLA. & ALA. RY,
for president of the Senate, too. We goods Let's exchange.
are getting facts, and think soon we -t -- PHLLPS & IMP LOW SUMMER TRIP D H AVY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY.
will be able to furnish another good To drain or not to drain -that'. the RATES TO
parallel-column story. We are aginn" I question that will probably take up a
drainage on general principles, and do g oratory-and o forth-ea pat f Tallahas- BOATING AND FISHING
not offer apologies for it. see next spring.--Sun. Well, the drain- -,
'- -ing is all right, it's only a question as POINTS ON THE GULF
Not satisfied with his wonderful Key to who shall pay for it. St. Lucea Tri- T Se V A N BRU NT & DEM ILLY
West extension, Mr Flagler, it is re- bune. Special Train Service IVA N & M IL
ported, has now determined to invade Another question, too, and that, what
the West Coast and will build a line
straight across the State to Tampa or kind of items is it that are going into LANARK INN.
some other point. What would we do the fund under the head of drainage? At Lanark on the Gulf. An
without these captains of modern in- We do not make specific charge, but Ideal Place to spend the Hot
dustry, with their vast wealth and en- the people would like to know whether Months. Hotel modern and up-
terprise, to make productive assets of
unproductive resources, and in doing so or no the Internal Improvement Fund to-date. Reduced round trip
give employment to an army of bread- is paying for printing pamphlets, for rates from Tallahassee.
winners?-Live Oak Democrat. extra copies of certain newspapers, I TO LANARK L C Y E A G E R a r
True, and yet there are scattered all postage, hotel bills, traveling expenses, ardwa
over Florida many who never let an incidental expenses of a drainage polit- Return limit 90 days, $2.25 Stoves, Tinware, Wagons, Carriages,
opportunity pass to lambast, attribute ical campaign, etc. This is all a public i Return limit 15 days, 2.05 Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies.
false motives to, or lay up to Mr. Flag- affair, the Drainage Board are public Saturday to Monday limit, 1.15
ler and other gentlemen of his kind, officials, or are supposed to be, and of'
who are the main builders up of our course have a right to expect such TO SOPCHOPPY. FLA.
waste places and greatest beneficiaries, queries put up to them. Don't keep (Panacea Springs.)
(because they cannot invest their everything so secret; it is as much the Return limit 90 days, $1.55 Agricul-'
money and make a more prosperous public's affair as it is yours, Messrs. Return limit 15 days, 1.50 turali
and better State without benefitting us Czars. Give us some light on these Saturday to Monday limit, 1.00 r .u ra
all,) every blessed thing that does not great public undertakings, and thus re-
work out just their way. It is amusing lieve your dear selves of some of the For Rates and other Information mp *
to hear even intelligent men (often- embarrassment you are bringing down write to: ments.
times high officials) offer as an excuse on your own sweet selves. J H. McWILLIAMS, G. P. A.
for a defeat in political races, or other- ^ ^' Bainbridge, Ga.
wise, say: "Flagler's money did it," I jIU IAK F P. WOODWARD, T. P. A. Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods
or as our Big Governor has been known aesteeea. sndee1 a g Tsllahassee, Fla.
to tell the people, "Your Uncle Henry
owns them," or "Your Uncle Henry
did it." Charging up defeats or rebukes
to Mr. Flagler may some day become
as stale and threadbare as has become
the "'corporation howl." aafe and Sure. F C COLES
Just so long as you carry a clean con-
science within yourself and know you
are right, it makes no difference what Jre
the rascals think of you, from the 1 ConfeOtioner CroOer
darling Just let 'em yelp; there's a
day of reckoning coming soon, and we TNE ONOCB ANO PHeMSMrT O000OO AT TMB LOWt. f UVil
believe the medicine given some of the
beauties in the recent primary is a fairPMN
warning to some high in authority of
what they too may expect in a cam- Prompt Delivery Telephone ie
paign which has already been begun inPy
the hope that some of them may be re- -..... .
elected. We repeat, there are manyS YU P
will have to explain before the dear

them in power longer than their present AC TO dS AND LDer
term caib-jfor; ___ I fnCONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Col. Those. J. Appleyard, Secretary of
the Senate and editor of tSe Lake City Eloredy leading pf hysilans m theStMJ T remedy for
Index, in the last two issue of his pa- OChldrwn Creup and Whooping Cough bes aue
per, has been saying somethig. Read It contains NO OPIATES. Thim action of Bal ard's Hor-
a follows from the last: It does look hound Syrup Is mIld mad bel n, It is adapted to infants, mu well
as if the State of Florida, when it pays Madulft of every variety of temporaent nd oonsMtitutloni
a man wage for attending to businee, ead ThiS emarlable Testalmonial
should have him perform it instead of UE- m EWVANS, Oilu ', 1 amM wrk--"My bushmd
playing the roll of "ward heeler." .... w sik for t emeM adthe de doe btoid m e bead iulok era-
The Miami Record says that "Governor enmplm. W.uM e a bottl et Bollari. HeKhound ru a
Broward is taking the right course to I eas d thim Ho im now a w b mmn, tu we always oo a
induce the people to take an interest in ho*d fak I hias a q S ul for pm r y Sess
the drainage proposition." Sure! And law tOT l U.UW. C --I-g Eeuy k -- ..........
the people are paying for it .-...Some ,r L, I "
of the stories told at the last session of AI.A WWS JZAZVS
the Legislature for the purpose of havy-- --- *rl S't AS i a m
1mg assistance given to some of the -et. Ag I gy eN m g se la to tlatiste Imgrwed metboe.

State departments, seem to lack the A. DUggAOTS W4b M11dIii of *Il blade an a^m be o"Moab
iewent of feet. If one of them has ir M ual pe rekh eatmas taeM mm -o
more time to devote to his law practice, elemt tm e ... -"d swe at e-S wp
sad the other for days at a time can -M S Lm 6- Om 0N1t 4 e ta
p.ay ward politician, themgthre ot JOPH DUNCA -- -- mm-- --
to be a "loppin off" of official hends, sI.JOSEP H DUNCAN9 toa la do= Isll r m ~111"
How many of the "plain people" of PROPRIETOR OP TH *o hSe -- mL w m on S M 'e Ai r f t4 @
4lorida who voted for Governor Brow- O 0 p
S(whether because of Old Kemper Livery Stable s.
pnomess or othewise) iai that
i adtto.inable him to diMharge such VVYTHINe ON wMHLs. a TO 100 N. MOMNOB ST.
DMol- a f11.dm Lsgislature would low Db- ow h-i Ne.

the sote, t It be m te -- ,-oI,4 4. .

Leoom County's OMctrs in 1842.
The fo I!oOIA 1-i ;' i sli~t (of 0 "' `h
served Le.'fl c' irfv ri P ver'1, 12. w,
efrojii&"lfr' Ti, ',f'' :1 0'( if
retarv of So;',
Jr. : pshir,-tT. A, -!A.IP 'i .: c'frkof
circuit, c-j'! 11;t. ',4 P` I I~- ;I '
Ppos'fr nn' 'V. 4A' ,? ;\e- I X'''
Varmirritv(,Y i
Itic'a~rd, It r Id I 'i, .(lsr
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Yrir lt,11'"i el FI0A.t(+'; rurz 1, I -Ii .1.I
Wiaa ~tie eIit .N' ,C,,tir,.. r11e 'I,
had kjid,'eev ttis '.a-e of lee r ,e f'in: 'J ar
h Ca'.nred o Bight's1. 1Dise ase. ''
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Cu ro- [i' t'lie rf-t haIf t1(41? f -hw ,;.' d I!5
and i fesr h tl#,t I* ha;'. Eim-re fit#, -' ,','
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Walfter.C. nnon.

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(of tteir' l. lijl'i tsr. !. *' 5' I
waurdt I e'tiiipti ad' (I r.li'
cf terwwii''n t Iw' f'si j eeI iiIiI .'il.ilS '
teen huntlre'tl,'sis -ix. -,Ii 4i '~
211) C .u ~ 11 450i 1 11 1 qt ''4 I e

M srop ru,'wistIt f 1,#.j 1(,, .fe' f: tI e'toF1 1 ,f
turn nall p1e s if x''t I.lt#~'. '.4 ii'
foir thsemr m ,ij r fSa.vs4iws I Irii

A 1Thousand Dollars- Worth of Good.
and WIeistold#r II i clols. fiet I'M. j'ii'4"iiiL
% *o I o r t I.# '. i%. it **(. 11, 111t I t'ss ll'
t sit N A. II '11 1;ir r) i %f w# IIkI ,4. w II
csial Ee;?4rattir of IV ufl'&. o, ( "I Viol lift
re~leff rserr mr'. 1iir#-It.iit I Ie 'hr, i Vi
Inv Ff14'Yil# mK Of- (ge, t)e i 'r ,.iilo
Wilels ur~e"ioi l -, A f'e es..*. ?jte
the lirick-dii-it L-ike*P5 411 ~''lf' I''
have Fi* plain srm- is"'1, tjneosv sniq I~
feel l11W A new iy-tri. It tipstlep .' if o. ~
S',(ifl worth o Ieel"i'I. "F1s1ov'su Kidney
Cure will (cure it vis I 6 rote4l-k s'*.
leludlser ctii-emii Y H 1e FvN. il 'i I'
Miw-b Ife'k'n I'atirk hill im id Ett i Sity (I,
Wvre two, (t if ffotwo hundred tpttsslentNi
WhO Onnle've'tthe resell se sn at rothe e' en.
given FeI. IIMimm cie'n limpui-It'nIto thit'
"tuderpitll Findffiseully of i t ('ellve'p 'for
Womsen. ( en. AllI ert ; iu hrimt, alwis N 4
r alliard ,jerepeentri'ccl h elst tidsteti t %%it h i
tix of ct I iylert '5 sieitnly lip s ~it cvo wr iir '
the (Ielightfu I ivei-t NI iptEl izidft I'e
D~enhamn left Tue attasy for TjfIahm-wo-ee,
where Phe ii it tsis wslf t he' V.wiimet
Coi.le ge, awl tttIMto title. je Itoin t.'sits..1
i1cal eatturvM st seoffr'isele' it i s ,
for which Ow eeIs'P4isitio sbidark, iii, I
She.is Is 11 'l -111 '%, i iistl fil,% I Itied liiI II '.
nlybht.s.pi, g inl sjiit itetli .1a4 el isi.1 ,14 s
on Sunday Mr. S4iuieis' .1. Tiarsiikills-
friemid. and i's' atvepe hot gie ire 4evii"-e(I
to learn eof hig s siis''''iii, IIthel#' Ii5 oi ef'
himN muieeids'slstuetlio-. hit'iipw r.'s'e ii us-'

If I e .ai'sv'kii, d IIfI[ 'uss!,it wI-' Ie'
11 J11. jii't uelsted 1I n nce n %,,, leet ;,' ll 4 ", II!
101. A 'eI..,o v al 'III -11 imri alls Ik 11e41, s.f
$Cenerall rvjisti'ilig aSi frnAll Wiell 0.4-
-mith wOrk. -. L ~

F.q Rent.
A c'(m feri .sibie 5A-room eqel e,t1 avc(. with
kitch-ii wid km roo .llithm bl-A5



Repair Work Specialty.

k A11 Work Done Promptly. r '_Stfacti' a Guaranteed.


andtake a ti's sl'k at otir convvysrls.eA an~i
YOMn W'il re:.Islv -ethe udaitdvrsge ot
FIi'it-iz' tvam.tti-I ft'''n 14. If v~p'thre isst
acicustoitinedto rmuch sri% ir.nq. 0* oul-11
oeur I'rt''is' I-4 ill strikV e e%1L! .44 kining

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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. I Tallabasse Disiri Comforence.
T Prortram. Subject to necessary
JOHN G. COLLINS, Publisher. changiPs:

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YtefordoiF I it-If(rr fiV, 114-, 14-41 t'a('hit&da. *Sr4:AI 1W II'-4'roe- Inio
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vt'eivi 5.'v T~rlIi lil's4 f F14-;,feiPI 2ric, a iIf 1 gil -tel .i Iull, IIi f-#-' ,"e11 a ''sd sle he'r
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N fill nt V'x 4.ini. 0111114 "iAf, Ili'ih p'5aies eee -t .teei4'.srt the condition -ietof the^aaid
~' t'ilk ~ii f IF 5 set~ sit.' lii'.'It! S Sel-e'*et,willwhetiher us e'not Ia c-iotterrl I kepjt (n
I 11. w t i I tatit t*- f o A l fer &&iltlgpre'rnlu'p. aid t Ihe t'iid 5I. -n 5(f1' 5 ,el-ern if
fit t( :le;n~of Itie State t,' (t'tMU, three theeI e litone.
(.4i,111111 withay ix K (uils'd 11 it. I'd Ill)rt.- l5ctiofi 4. An y 1-rnon 4rprler-ne. tfier'r i .r vr'.
Psirri-', ns nts hs iis I -iet I(f '.eva II eels,11relsklingfivI hit the I ''5'Ilate t'liets Il' 5 Oi
%%'t 1 h~lill'Wil(h A If evofTai'Jshaswee, JFlorida. W,. lofile. srivirect .or
s~v IlS tieose wlls F A.". i~.ft) s' r .pefrc I me o aiply withbIfhe termsn.and condittlons of
thp e L'gwljcture (sf I'll"lper~ott 1I\' he #,X- 'this 5 t)iBian". shalltwhediemirnel ritity of its viola.
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IWIs"t lesthat his' dollars ift,.(KJoir iffo)'e' thanes(-fie'
haticeleW doelifirsr,1'100.91.s 4 r Imp'y41ie'Reeeffrt en t hs
If r ',1eii(Fltt4t111eIef'M )>''udoe notl IMunlipql jail ftee not nmu" ethan I i-lty 1.101),'ha' .
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w I-# it I T t nefy av e''lperaet lof in th.Mayo~r.
(*~eIII' e I 'hnit vI seo-li n '.s lts en esntINl U14eeonli. ce .Any ordtaeonc. s rents of any ot'd1l
I ale rWhich may coel;It ns any *a) with shim
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friend 'p f 1,i1tst is t is f's1 es11 1 itv
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Little Truthiets.
A half truth is a '4 lie.
Regtvneration wots .- froin within.
A man is rich who, h4- h a~K~W-~t he
v-1411%, needs.
Giving ca a!'artle~- i. r1An
ph lahntfrropy
Only a fovl z,.(,k,4to,!:,, i :n -ri";
ttj Prove his -trenr4ott,
The hardots *,; t \ ; J4 ~
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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.


Do You Want a Morse or Mule?


a * J. D. CAV, 9

Headquarters for first class stock.

If your work is behind do not buy a plug, but
come to see me and buy a Horse or Mule that will
be worth the.money.after the rush is over if you
should wish to dispose of it.

Have just received a B n c
car load of as handsome B U G I E 0S
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I'will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.

I carry a line of single and double harness.

S b c AY 140 S. Adams St.
J* .* 9 Tallahassee, Florida.

See Collins for Clean Job Printing.









L. 0. FOUSE,



Tallahassee, Fla.


~' rClrul


but the situation places me in a peculiar
and embarrassing position and con-
fronts me with a grave responsibility.
I cannot get my consent to become a
party to an act that i. unwise, unjust
andl manifestly wroig
"The greatest good to the largest
number" is a cardlin.'l di l trine in the
Democratic creed t don't believe my own p)ersnaial prefer-
nient i paral'mount to thtie bet-t interest.
of the community.
I don't believe that I am "h',ller" ',r
"bigger" than my pVartv. I don't he-
''eve I would be justifiable, now. in add-
ing new fuel to the flame ef excitement,
strife and discord through which the
party has just passed. when quiet. Lar-
mony and kind fellowship is now so
greatly desired I haven't the effronrt-
ery to exact of my friends the sacrifice
of another day from their farms and
business affairs simply to confer upon
me an honor I don't think it just to
ask at your hands an unnecessary ex-
pendituie of money purely to gratify
my political aspirations or satisfy a sor-
did and unholy ambition for office, when
this money can be utilized for a much
better purpose.
Whilst these matters have been con-
siderately weighed, end had their influ-
ence in arriving at a decision, there is
still another matter of far graver mo-
ment-higher and holier than them all.
that brings me to a decision: it is the
claim of humanity.
Go scan the weekly newspapers of the
18th and hearken to the clarion call of
e he King's Daughters, the circle of no-
ble. Christian, charitable ladies of Tal-
lahassee They tell us "the circle has
labored hard and well among ourselves.
have fought discouragements and lack
of funds to carry on their noble work,
and have tried not to grow uneasy in
well doing; and at present friends are
needed, nmw and at owne."
They ask, "Can Tallahassee and Leon
county afford to let the King's Daugh-
ter's be hampered in their works?
Would the circle he missed after twelve
years of service?"
Responding for myself to this call. I
can but say that I gracefully retire
from the contest for the House and
earnestly ask and insist that there be
no second primary held, and that the
funds nowin the handsof the treasurer
far such be at once donated to the
King's Daughters to further theirchar-
i ble work
t the office go to my opponent.
Let the money go to the ,poor and
My colors rest furled upon the altar
of humanity; away with earthly honor.l'
when it conflicts with my duty to Gi d
and fellow-man It would b1e as worm.
wood; as ashes spread upon the Dead
Sea; as the galling yokeof' inhumanity.
Far better that I lbe allowed to con-
Ltinue to tread the quiet and graceful
Twalks of life in the spirit of humniia-
tion and contentment than purchase
fame at such a price.
It is the proud distinction of edemoc-
racy that under the brad aegi, of Its
protecting wing a haven, a refuge and
asylum is t,,o be found for the weak. the
helpless and the oppressed; a go,,lden op-
imrtunity confront,. yoi it may ibe the
hour of fate
Just n.w the Khg heart of Arn'tiea-
o(ened wide its plurse strings and tiew
upon the lightning'- wintiA with rnilliins
for the rescue of .stricken 'I"risceo.
4'an we of Leon be Ie'-' litral., less
table. less noble? Will we heed
not the cry of di-tr,.-.- at. t destitution
at our v-ery doors. When the.\ "'ask for
bread, will ye give them a stone""
The ponderous car of destiny mov!s
slowly but surely onward How d4I you\',
,k(w beut thrt through fire. fam:r,-..
d or storm your dear onee. may rinot
Uedropped from that car at the door of
these angels of mercy?
Ponder well the fate of the Golden
(ity In the twinkling of an eye her
grandeur went down in ashes and her
rinces of wealth made paupers, de-
pendent upon the nation's charity.
Respectfully. .. VI
W. 1. VAoN.

the person of Judge Spring, who pre-1
siles over three tribunals, bearing the
inscription of "liver." "kidney" and
"stomach." The dietetic sinners here
seek forgiveness day after dlay, andt
gradually like most sinners. become soi
hardened that they soon forget the co m-
maildments they learned in the health
magazines and 14o1 home d'yspeptics no
longer, with stoenachs that wou!d diie-t
tacks--even the water tax So it was
with men, I tergiot that word diet at
Panacea, and the Panacea Mineral
Sjrintgs, Hotel. ,so ably run by %lMrs.
Morgan, can bear witness to it. Foer-
tunatelY there was no editor from a
rival paper toi watch the performance
and comment ,on th' writer s activity in
the dining room program.
To go to Panacea you travel the G.
F. and A. to Sopchoppy. then you
"chop" out railroading and I take the
horse car on wooden rails, if in the day
time, for fifty cents, or secure a private
conveyance ift' at night. You go throw' a
woods that reminds you of the picture
of Dante striking out through that al-
most endless forest, and then your
heaven is open to you Then you find
that the windmill is the '"signum"iof
your tribunal into which all who enter
may find their dietetic sins forgiven
This is what you do down here if
you wont to: Arise, take up thy pitcher
and walk to the spring; drink a gallon,
more or less, of water. Eat a big
breakfast, parts of which are fish ande
oysters-"ach," it makes your mouth
water. You accordingly disgrace your-
self in your own eyes by remaining so
long at the table. and then you stroll.
At 20 you take a mineral bath plunge.
Then you take a stomach bath with
more water. Then you get sleepy.
Then hungry. That bell finally rings.
You forget all diet rules and Mrs. Ro-
rer and 40 bad combinations. You put
melted butter on vegetables if you wish.
and you take salt and vinegar if you
desire them. Back to the springs in
the afternoon Then a salt bath, a row
or a sail ora trip in launch, or you hear
C('apt. Cervera's wonderful music box
You leave your cigarettes at home.
however, when you visit the Captain,
as he belongs to the. anti-cigarette cru-
You breathe in lO.(WM) cubic metreq
of ozone andi reso-sini. atmosphere.' and
are glad that there will bie no i,:11 esti-
mated by a machuir, toe follow you. You
crave more. You get hungry, and won-
der how it is possible; all of your hoime
calculations for laying in fi;d (upphlie.
seem to be upset The s.upper bell
r'ine This is to Ie your light nmeal. a
yoiu want to sleep well. You eat a
dozen thing.. Your t~e.ighlet di.e tihe,
sanm You decide to ref,-orm or n the
You are amazed a- tahi rmiht arrive,
that yoi .iotr.'t have to sendil r a doe.
tot from Sophoipy. Yo, get ~ls|Ipy
at *, very dr t.s\ ,at ;4). At .:', you
can't keep awak,- if it is yio r best irl
who i.. talking to, you At s 4:" vtot,
yawn. once. twice. three timei-. At 9!
vo'u think \.,j mu t L.ive le' n drinking
.spikt-ed mineral wa'e' inr-t.ied of chl-.
ride ,'f ss iiumrn. Y u -leioi.
Mi. .John (' Tr'e. the le.-ee and s -
permntendene of th,- property. i- an -x
newspaper man. ht;ng r formerly ,owneil
the Ta lahassean. and is at f'ana-eea
for hi-c he.a h. It l i. a living witneoi
of th.- go.Ml e'O'e. t.4 of the water and
air and ,.urr,,undings. (apt Turn Hall
of Tallahas-ie. who owns the property,
;, atnohehP who, spendl lii.s sia'nrti
here with gr'i-at te'iiti-' He has bui:l-
I, g l, ts f tor sale. and the indication are
there, wil be mInan. t' ctt;tgers heIre an-
ti her uinitmrr

'Now Open

Mr. S. B. MeMilken wishes
to) announce to the public that 1,e
is located in his tine newv gallery
where he will lie lpleast-d to) see
all his )~ld frivtlds andi patrons.
aloan new v t-fts wsig first
class phia i' graphic work. Family
gro)ups andi views a sp"Cialty.
C.all andi see~ samples andl get
prices before going elsewhere.
A lady always in attentlence.

Notice of Teachers' Examinatiorn for Leorn

at ei~ght)-i a. P I' i n '. Ta'F edtc. .Ju'!,-' *,to liool-
T .- %A hot#- all iiit il,, "61 1 lie \kiritinuicl tit Atit*
Pl'itt ida FemaeVoial.'&'Ie.e. allot thn e 1"o'i aapph. Ai.at.1
in the 'ill 5eninatry toIi Aticinw -itn rot im
.4trek-t, Tt ,-h. f-0-w,' it-bi i-It 'I tei '.'-k irt't-, .14- 4.1-
a-4 u ts.%Ai.'fe orI It-A exa Ifattar,'i.-if I 1w et I- mn,

The Itali wing i-i a i-ct .of tit-, 1e ct &)4f-c IW. I
oi.4sliia-c the. lsot~n. -f the' J if,*-.'.e,,i'rnti.,n, 1,01N
Orth-pitraphy-- R.eci a'.e a 11oliti 17m t .. u oii,~
iatid. Merl I & CLi., Ne~w YVirk
Rc'Leclitli(- At.)- .candui itiri iI-litkA Il ti4'A'e-t
AA~TA~'ictifl-N~xwe I& $nt in -c V4rititng oil
Arttlhttnctii --Sli~lrne c v i'li '. ,Atyir, il
E~nlla.h (itanniar -M.''et, '' .Anwriewn
Ut S lHiat. "ry -Field'o Gramar iti'h-)iil 4$1 (hiI,
Ameriecan 84m"k t Cniopan)
Fl-orula History -krevaidlA, ilnnrn..tt'4 look J .
Ane~rw-an Itauk Cirntpan)
A',olorovaphyr..Rooways Nalk nra .lo-e,an5ceeiJ ($I V0
Amerivan 1B,,mk (7'.mjany.
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McMillan Ca Atlanta
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Atlanta Ga
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Amon g the vit,,t'r. w.,o arrival re- .:,, ".- ,-'" 'i ,, .'
cently are ( I 'abidwell Mr. and M s. .. ... ...: . .' ..
Ral lh Belch.r and their pretty daugh- St Taflai.... F '** :
ter'. Josephine andl Kathleen; Mims An- l:, ,i.a *. ... "' l.. .c Mt
nic Griffin. Mrs Griffin, 1) 1) Fudge. r-? f,, t .. .. I .x .. .
all of Bainbridfge: .1 1). Lashe, of Rn. -P. tK
sterdam; T. H. Thomas, To Carro. I .. . a
B Lotterifh. W F. Goldenburg, W. .r thrl vf
Rhodes. Tallahassee: B. H. Beverly of I Amn. Aievan.i, i I: 1! Y A .Shumg
I A hachicola Mrs. Hinely of Madison, I NewPurtt. a. c A k a- ., .Ia &"Ai
Ps.; Miss Jannie Blair; Miss Plinnie
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and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar. etc.. from all kind of w\earinu aitarl without initry. Price 25e.




L 5A Yp
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.. A Cap of White House or Ble* Label
1 Noca and Java Coffe
1, what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
Sone knows that only g goodt coffee. We take :-pecial pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous Just as godx as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds g(xdl throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
pr 9p ucts-those we have tested our-
selve and so can stand by them.
IiG"rJ W ('ColLINs, Grower.


Rates $1.00 Per Day.

Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.

WV. L. STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prop.



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work




XVtdliesdt, :Mar. 11-th.

1~e etng' terng Slmott-

c&.elit'itod. anui espcecial care
takeut to pletase my pat-

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149 N. M1Inr

- Florida.





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S The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board !.
r I . . i '
m a m e Of TIRTIC ImM HiMnson, .11 of Hinsaon; Williams Ha
J- s ouL. ., fU bdMIser. OFr -"D $1nbSl Pickektt,. Mis Ethelyn Pickett, Mrs. W.
-- C. Pickett and Mrs. DeMont, of Apa-
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Writes aCerremspeaft ialla brigelachicola. Rev. and Mrs. Outler of
Trtiesle, Whoi R ees b erlclld* of Thomasville, who was here, have re- ....PR
The AanOl's Premise. Iag With Hearty Suppern turned home.- *WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER"
tonthomm~bwwhite Panacea, Fla., May 121.-People asa aDe. U IllRLAN C TTA
rule o to watering placeto t well, Don't t your child suffer with that MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL AND COTTA ES
h looked athlmwork and mdly sighed, but f have come to Panacea Mineral caugh when you can cure it with Bal.
Soe and incomplete it e m d l Springs to get sick, real sick. lard's Horehound Syrupd a sure cure Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
se at hiop w ntr tr- I did this rash thing because so many tor couhs, bronchitis,in uenza, croup, ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables.
His da"eof toll. his night* ofeCare: people have told me so many stories and pulmonary diseases. Buy a bottle
And ow be tboht with a throb of painnd tinr deaeBry it. y a botle1 Telegraph and Phoneconnections. Well equipped stables. Shady
That all of his labor had boeen in vain: ing of political exaggerations-about try it.1Telegraph.andBheBtoLaughter,B l M ,Wellwqtopddpof ,Mis..Shady
would in he or lived the wonderful medicine properties of B B. Laughter Byhalia Mi, Pavillions. Boats, etc
Thgrandideal h soul conceived. these waters for almost ever y ailment. writes: "I have two child-en who had
burst forth from hisorrowin breast: could complain of. If I h a pain in crou I tried manydifferent remedies, 71 Miles from Live Oak. on Live Oak, Perry &
cre ."hvonyo ml faada ites Reasonable 1. n er
That night an angl, in mry nt. the stomach from eating turnip top. but f must say your Horehound Syru Gulf R R Connection at Live Oak with all Trains
Over that marble figure bent; while out on a "campaign" a la Ralph i is the beast croup and cough medicirne I
And s he worked thestatue'grew Smith, why. they said to go to Panacea, ever used. Sold by all druggists. Addrs...s PARK HOTEL. DOWLING PARK, FLA,
More beautiful and fair to view. Ii.why t h. d n dr4- PARK OTEL, DOWLIN- PARK, FLA, .Oak
For every stroke to form and face and I would get all right. More than I _. R Nor... of Trlllhasse June1 4 m
Added some new and subtle grace. this, you couldn't find anything that Mrs. R. N Dthi orseyin enrouf TallahasseeHi
The sculptor came in the early m ,crn, would disagree with you at Panacea, was here this e. r r...t H f gh r
With heavy heart and look fororlprn: rovidd o drankb the water of th Springs. -- .. on ,James .roome. of
But his eyes were dazzled. his brain distraught provided ou dran te water Ori the uincy, was e city Saturt-ay and MI O O D M ANii 1
By the wonderful change the nifht had wrought; stomach or some other spring. Mudois...itin &h, fGOamil Mf Nhi, ,usin T vl VMA ,
With rapturous joy his m,,s,m welled After reading the Ladies' Home Jour- sunday visiting he famil "f his;ousin,
AP the gloriousimage hiAeyes beheld' na..o 4,3 onfood tht Home ior-Mayor BruonoP.,.... rFP eordwardt, nd
And there on the wal ust ver hea nalof on that are enemies daughter, e 'allahasee RELIABLE MRCHANT TAI LO
In lettersaof gold these Aecrds he read: any why,.and the 1347. dunts.accom- last night, the guests of C. N Hildreth, lRELIABL E. r E S! i T / TALR9
'When the workman hath wrought the twst he panyng I decided that I would find a Jr. famil, and left this rniing for
Whatever the work. G make. it combination that would knock me out a Baltimore 'to .ring his white home -- Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,"
-Our Dumb Anima. Panacea, I would see my friends who Live Oak Democrat May s
o th eort Excui- C had the Panacea mania! o .r S .te .
To the Democratic Executive Com- I spent all day Sundav at Panacea. I For Sale or Rent. Monroe Street.
milttee of Leon County. ate three of the heartiest meals since, The Housto n Home Place. one mile
Sirs-Having been duly advised that that beautiful day of many years ago'east of tne ciy. For particulars, ap-
at the Democratic primary on the 15th when I discovered'that I hada'stomach to partu Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
instant, I was made the recipient of the But the three square, rectangular or l to H ri a full and
highest plurality vote. but, not having circular metals marched on for asimi- samples or entemen and Ladies
a majority, necessitated an order from lation without a reproach. With others Cottages t rent. Phone No S S-tf Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
you for a second primary on 12th ensu- it was likewise so. I saw a ladv eat 7
ing to pass upon the candidacy of Mr. I oysters and molasses: I saw others use iCleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning and
Gilbert Hartsfield and myself. Mr. salt and vinegar on lettuce, which is a' (.3r'till ily Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
Hartstield, being in the minority, de- great dietetic sin according to Mrs. -um i C y
lines to retire and insists on a second Rorer, who says this combination of Will carry in stocK for small men. misfit clothing made by Mer-
primary. With assurances from friends salt and vinegar is good for scouring
who first supported me. and from those metals and brass, but for the stomach- P' chant Tailors.
who did not, but now will, I feel conti- terrible Well. Mrs. Rorer did not know r Pho (og aph 6 llIry
dent of success at a second iirimarv: -f the absolver of the-e dietetic sins in o ('oni ti nd e te before tlirhasini and sa' vnourslf nmone,


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A Handsome Bronze Metal



A convenience and ornament in any home, Price $3.00

Stone Lined White Mountain Refrigerators.


We carry an immense

line of Mosquito Canopies, from $1.00 on up to Bobinets.




Buggies made in Georgia. F
. Buggies made in Virginia.
.Buggies made in Virginia,

buggies made in
Buggies made

North Caro-
in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now in transit.
Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything in Leather needed on the farm.
Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles,
and Saddle Blankets.
Turpentine and Mill Men will find what they want here.
The best in Heavy Harness.

J. D. CAY,

South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall.
Telephone No. 291.









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