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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1906.


NO. 15.


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SENATOR WAM-, I'- 7 A 3sff eA
W II AW AYI i I0I SlSI iIlk
s two .one by w m e 6 Sir-

kan*cme M. A u ei uKwaV AW* TO and wew _^ UAft lift tog `s
Aw"ers.ndas d te Ise
A maes .t1'"?- l greatness wwl trow areu- d
,Sa ss. oumr estls ireL." aIn the 4-
M L ..4 -. Za A - i , o I t I n t o t h e re t K o f
ave sustaianed tan oveow
ste- Germe tOw. To them t M o fallsB w
Pas a G UnitUed tatW intense foreM. She will be s sorely
StSr fd ajs e mised; hr getntleifledee sand brave
I d -a& -06= a!"-mh- wisee counsel was a nmOretio to
y a"" hi all who came within her reah, to battle
ut o the w.-f t nsPGo, on forthefrightand good of thie cire
a otheaw f wh i hhass bee. an honored and
h- t. opo t w k lIm 1 maou he ful nmtmmb r sf twrwel
4"rh *to S ThdE= attrue re and w loyal
hen" -tlome o daBuhtor, they fort Aie hi mo to
h Sea5SrG a~~~h e mar~ve bher wan d fr ~efashfuet In

W ji emimtesAtt .f IURd member of theHospital Comni
for mb2er ofm s Mhmitteehof the King's Daughtrs when
r--e --'Lsthe 5-d the silver cross opened its door for t
j M. & o W em dtheatta T ma in for yew ao, hle srv
? s e f, but theSen. with Mad Myers Pa n er, mary L
005C 5 mm lkwis and Annie P. Wilson with en-
a te asi edbe170thuslesm and a eeal that was Incom-
Den ri- Go tan' ex endad prable ; a hearty and cheerful rwspon
oeo h of ve mo ths. e toal l le ls for the good of humanity
n4 hio sfce. January IG m prm eHeoth the om
afre i s toid.s to hisndetr-iffs ( "h daeds of mercy. She wae ever
con l tth mr.derless tom the btemu foremost in all that ape rtainerd to
A. weago last sturda be. was a--I- adutyi, Ad now "after life stul fever,
with a heart attack ondit waS thought shie lslee well. f
the that h could not sorvivo, but he -Al IKing's Daughter do we not
nllred ad seemed to got very much f t blessed beyond compare? IsIt not
n~s&hath crown of honor to be represented in
U to last night he wd in the best of the circle above by such members as
of nd chatted with various mem- Mre t Peare ark, Lina Byrd
iss of the family. As soon a he burep nbl, Fand*i Chareos Quarterman
as e" away word was sent to ,the isa J. otephendon, Maad Myer'
a aP d palmer Teresa Hopkins Pearceand
Senator Gorman leaves a widow and Zmma Law Wilson?
six ehld.., as follows: Mias AdsaGor- "We know that the flowers are bright
man, Mrs. William J. Lambert, Mrs. and fair,
R. A. Johnson, Mrs. R. W. Hills, all of In the land of that summer shore.
this city. Mrs. Stephen Gambrill, of And we know that the friends we have
London, Kinf., who arrived bef a week loved are there-
amo, and Arthur Pue Gorman, Jr., of They are there, and they weep no
Laurel, Md., a member of the Mary- more."
land Assembly. r But do they forget? Ah, no! "They
While Senator Gorman had been ill are there, and they love us yet.
for a number of months, he had shown A KING's DAUGHTER.
some improvements lately. Heart -mo e w- .m nl-
trouble was the immediate cause of hia Hir. shcine a maid Shees.
death o dahte A company to do a wholesale shoe
In Senator Gorman's death thei- ra business in Jacksonville is now beinr
o .t py.j of 0 S t organizedd, with a capital of .W
Ta rdoi boardmA, a4 oe scon eZ. L Hutchinson, a saeie ul business
at large a most useful citizen, man of high standing of West Floridi,
Tothe iser ef t he T pmenami will be president of the new company,
T I f Ti -Vwith R. V. Covinton, of this city, as
Dear Sir-I notice that a card has vice-president. Mr. A.S. McDougald,
been goinff the rounds of the State who for some time has been manager
press for several days past, endorsing of the Covingtn Company's shoe de-
the action of Gov. Broward in granting apartment will go with the new cor-
a respite to Caiddell and Larkins (the pany in the same capacity.
convicted murderers of the late Hon. More than one-half of the necessary
N. W. Eppes), signed by J. 0. LaFon- capital has already been subscribed, and
tisee. It is difficult to understand why the balance will be offered in small
Mr. LaFontisee should go into print on blocks to desirable stockholders.
the subject, unless it is for the time- Mr. Covington, when interviewed,
honored Democratic doctrine of "for stated that the combined shoe and dry
revenue only," as he concedes that he goods business of the Covington Com-
is entirely ignorant of the evidence in pany has grown to such proportions
the case and that his doubt as to the that he finds it difficult to take proper
guilt of the prisoners is based entirely care of both departments, and wishing
on his conversations with them. H e to be relieved in a measure of so much
also remark s "that the confession of responsibility, and recognizing the need
the negro hung ought to be taken into of a strictly independent and exclusive
serious consideration at least." Here shoe house in Jacksonville, has decided
also displays dense ignorance of the to sell out their shoe department to the
cwse, as the death statement of this ne- new company.
gro (Isham Edwards) has been thor- He states further that their sales in
oighly investigated and proven by the shoe department alone are esti-
sworn affidavits (now on file with the mated at between $300,000 and $400,000
pardoning board) to be false in every for this year, and this, combined with
material detail, their enormous dry goods business, is
These criminals were tried and con- too great a burden on him. He wishes
vited by the circuit court upon the tes- to direct all his attention to the dry
timony of Isham Edwards, which was oods business, and feels that it is suf-
corroborated by a strong chain of cir- ficient to require his entire attention
cumstantial evidence ; the Supreme The name of the new company will be
Coart has sustained the verdict on the "Hutchinson She Company,' and they
eviJence submitted to the trial court. : will be ready for business next winter.
The pardoning board, after fully inves- The new company will begin business
tigating the death statement of Isham under the most favorable conditions,
Edwards and the attempted alibis of with tn established business which
the prisoners, has refused the applica- guarantees its success from the start.
tion for commutation of the sentence. --- -. -... .
and especially one who is confessed The Record heartily coincides in the
ignorant of the evidence in the case, remark of the Gainesville Sun that "the
persist in setting up his opinion as pre of Florida will never be led to
against that of these eminent men se believe that Governor Sroward is other
lected as their representatives by tht than a straightforward, honest, square
people of Florida for such work. who courageous man.. and there Is iao gooJ
lave considered and passed upon the reason why the press of Florida should
cae?. not agree with practical unanimity. He
Yours truly, is all that the Sun so generously claims
R. H. BRADFORD for him, personally, and we know of no
w -to raM pm a pblic expression to the contrary. But
Sw vr m r- Gove-nor Broward, as ia puhl official
It may be a surprise to many to learn and as-a politician, has allowed himself
that a severe cold can be competely to be advied and controlled, to the
broken up in one or two days time. rreat inimuy and discredit of the party,
The frst symptomof a .old are s ary, ii y aganst his usefuino ee an
from the se,ad a thin, wite coat.i. mischievous olemeuts in the party, and
Cough Remedy is take every hour on ef diseoeing th sinister moinT of
the fiSt5 1 o .rho 5 Pt thse who wh are i m r te ra
It ceesteractste effect of thecod ana ran to h-akwayfrom tbefr b-
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a those who were toreafrred to other without irritate thee like pills "Te Editor," and a country weekly
eemmnds, or who w eM dis.hagd on or ordinary eatr t dos not tells us about it Take a osheef d
eeoatof disabty, wead or physi ssmate or rip ie and pleas- nary writing par, fold niely., ea
with Mhemr, e mot co- at to take SoM by all dealers. a ank note sufcently large to p
to be prm t and are as- ------- arrearage and on eyelar iava
Eeof a hearty wbhemoe. Call om F. M. Brumby and let him had it to the ed.itor. Keep y
W. I ALmrrm surprise you at the low pries wi on him and if a smile adomr m
Seamrlrw v Ob eer. *te yI I0 nMwand Rahand Prnl. it worsa S f and deamdy. Now kf
-----. h-aoM -n-pHea. -f time to play the joke. Itb
Warranty Desk, lga form. Trme ---------~ -. pong,.t and flinch ab elow,
Demrast09 tf Subtseribe to the True Demoerat. viWe


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1 i L iMi AN NUUcnoN
Mrs. W aMrd died atthe reN-
date, Mrs. Wa ties, GRAMWTED LAKE CITY
.... ..Tuesday aged 91 years.
>. A hcon tohr bed the past
Son account of dnj to one a
fseecIpiS1 to S I s Tallahassee uhips, and ihsami her "Mt1l" "E ^ <
tggai ., Sow m *h. adiWed age, her mind was as sfright _
Cla% g tW., May 80o,190L. M and gras thatof a &royo d A dispatch from Lake City to the
Mr. John~ MWhe W it- d a k-aeen t in current Times-Unionof June 1st supan ilw
--t_" .a ans never lost consciousness un- tion was served this afternoon r
Dear Sir: i you will fnd a til afew day before her death. She ing the shipment of the ml etof
eiular fowm Secretary of the bere her er g with the patience the Universty from Lake ty. 0
County 1111111-wes and Good Roads and fwertitude becoming a true Chris- distinctive ground of the lamjaetim is
KS.& Sea ub,-'-n Deceased was a native of the west alent of wh-h is retad as aU dpati-
- I ,M StI wMti e l Indies, but the gm.etr part of her meit of the new University, wam s '
eas of Led'yi d ando ueful life had been spent in th at Lake City in coniderad the
'i U- C. S r MI t, a ahassee to which place donation of the neeary ouda n
"- 8- t w thetwo ken for inteo It wh ich to locate the na exe.
Jac'k_ o. -e, May 10 the ftaUy lot Wednesday morning, mental farm and te e
tSm-Si issurvived bytwosons main building being doatd to the
r MeSasdG ReasMor. Cries and George Beard io board oft e tat the removal of
o dwllthr wlte. MIedame ait- the Agricultural booee is Involved in
Thess2oIse-ero Leo own d e irm 4eark of this city, ad the permanent location at Gaeville,
Ot f ofTlaBotofy, June1th Randolph, of Mississippi. and ts removal from Lake City; that
*19 i Boar na i-w, oIn early life she connected herself this is not made in the Buckman act,
obeArevsmene n with the Catholic church, and died in but b y act of the joint board of eentrol
andifo siblre, ~t y that faith. Father O'Brien conducted for whien no reason exists, can be given
tedd to a 11tl s n county and Stat eJ m st wai fo admso - b e .. i V
officials and to thi press antd citiseOs off a rNtow.. _" c inoeceedt
the entire Steaw ar interested in Asa t.j e nhaIn-to Themo Tribunte a recevoad Georg
the question of d highways. copies of field's United History and
Many lnt.a~rs will be reed, A nie little problem In apportion- Mime's Standard Arithmetic, Georgia
and the re r i e varoue n- mnt will confront the Lgi wiature at dit ons.y I rot
ties will t teeirst to all nrem wrthe very threshold of the next session Thee books have been aopted by the
ties win t hsO de d to ball.t tb r d c r. T rese st lbyt
WeU e ot .l lt -doeIn The Constitution limits the total number Georgia State Board of Edluation and
and a bth of t Houa o e Intetest me to 6 t are used in all the counties of Georgia.
wor b deor dPl 0 iaese oRne1previdsethat echcounty shall have at They m used in pra tically all wem-
ere ster cas n of e est e Reprs native. The present ties in Florida.
ida I inres or F e adportionment (made In 1887) distrib- On the back of Fiel4dtes ,tr, G -
.at.ont ias hire of then op cena duthe 68 members among 45etlties. ga edition. is printed th pltethat It
tiat tnhs meetIt large, .t eo Since It was made another county, ~St. retails In that State for 66 cents.
.t t-- h s m oO.01 b e th e -ua err t a b ooIn c r e at ed w h i ch i s o n p a y a 'dP* O a e f
anud iu nr hs be created, w.hic. oe In Florida, the people have top ay a
An apntt a r* of Enter-. titled to one member, who has been dollar for it.
Ano pt im romie=_ty the rll&- chosen, and who will be at the capital On the back of Mie's Standard
hassee committee, and all will receive claim admission. In order to accord Aritht.eetie, Georgia edk, is printed
a hearty w o uc repreentaton and still keep the fact that it so n tha t State for
The nCoalls ae of Leon county. umber of members within the consti- cents.
the officials of ts cityofTallahassetutional lmit, some one of the counties -TheFlorida people have to pay 65
and citisn of city and county all Jin heretofore rePi*s m nted moetbede priv ed cet for it
in extending a oral invitation ou of member. Which shall t be? The on differencebetweenthe books
to be present. Comae. The trip do No act of a legislative body contain- old in Gors i and the books sold in
ou g res .oe y .er pro ne. 1eowi Ing more tn te constitutionalypro- Florida is the color of the clothe n on
courageua. o will number ofh membersWwo l be the covers The Geogtia boO ksav
cmeorg us c.l a -t o ideouate will legal, h*nc the member-elect from St. the prioo printed a thmn so that no-
me mbel ;.no td, oeofRidt- Luih must wait for ad sioe utila body rcanbeioverehareina ofa Ithn
bgives ene we a prionme nt I mal de. amm sde eanolltp o or in Georghia rsadmc.to-
The loxhamr HokowillMbaheadouar ndthreor fald o r the misdemeanor thinG. h a om
tosn. Rates for 10.or more, o per ince8. 8, when a n w a pport mtot m forn o of theen books than tie
day, two in a room; $200 er daysin le should have been made a, t was not pe noprinted on the back).
person. W. W*on rVoen counties have each had one mem- There is no such law in Florida. On
S.o l'Taw l ber more and seven other counties thes two booksa aloo the of
H W LONG resdent.h ave 9, one m e l t ridag robbed of %= i"
..... ''''--t e' gh 'and hono b they were entitled to under the plain lars ever year!
For Spea.k.er.- of ns provisions of the Constitution. Whether Why?
She acts of thea Legislature since 19M7, Because the Legislature of Florida
Hun. John A Graham. Democratic done by a body notT awfully constituted, has not taken the trouble to pass a law
nominee for the Leg lature from Man- were valid, is a legal question which that would save the people from the
atee county, has decided to become a has not yet been raised in the courts. Fook Trust.
candidate for election to the speaker- St. Augustine Rtecord. Two of the candidates for the Legis-
ship of the House of Representatives --,r-t-, -,inth. ia. r. i n his county have declared
of the Florida legislativoe sessionof t1907 Wet ad Dry C ties. themselves in favor of such a law-
Mr. Gram is perha one of the best All Florida is divided into twoparts- Messrs. Wells and Dudley.
known business men rin" erns t he past .dry" Florida and "wet" Florida The In case they are elected the Tribune
tling lsys hand larg mailing o nd msanu- dr counties at this writing are Alachua, will see that they stick to this pledge.
facturing enterprises which have Baker, Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia, The next Legislature must act.-
brou ht him prominently to the front Citrus, DeSoto. Hamilton, Holmes, Tampa Tribune.
as business mn and in contact We fully gree with Hernando. Jackson, Jefferson. We fully agree with the Tribune in
e b"ine in" of h tate. vn ette,. Lake, Leon, Levy, Liberty Mhan- the above article.
e hsi an lg acu.a it nce in ever aftee, t 'aco Polk, Sumter, Suwannee, The Book Trust has a grasp over this
im afnt w -i cah w o h into strengthen Osceola. f'aylor, Volusla, Wakulla. State that the parents of every school
county, allo which will go to strengthen Walton, Washinton The wet counties child pays tribute to, in exorbitant
h"m iniraais a manf .t and re oare Brevard, Clay, Dade, Duval, Es. prices for school books. The next Leg-
M..raa -bmimtsM aMno we d rubt if he cambia, Gadsden Franklin. Hillsboro, islature could easily pass such a meais
m 'will e an e t.. l on he o oubr of the Lee, Madison, Marion, Monroe. Nassau, ure as would reduce the present prices
will have an equal on the floor o f the Orane, Putnam. Santa Rosa. St Johns of school books from 26 to 4 per cent.
m ation urconcernt State affairs He and St. Lucle -Exchange, -Tropital Breeze.
is also a fine parliamentarian, and The following we reproduce by re- Divers and sundry individuals engaged
would therefore make a fine presiding qeest: A unique step has been taken in the "blind tiger" business in Leon
officer. For these reasons the Journal by W. 1 Vason. one of the candidates I county are up against it in a way that
takes pleasure in endorsing and corn-m for legislative honors in Leon county, will meet general and sincere approval
mending him to the consideration of the Mr. Vason. it appears received the throughout the State On conviction
members of the House of Representa- highest vote of any ox the legislative they received sentences of a thousand
tives. I candidates, but failed to get a majority. dollars fine or six months imprisonment.
As far as wo know Manatee county and therefore failed to receive the nom That isn the proper thing. When a co.n-
has never asked for the preferment ar tion It only remained for him to unit votes prohibition it should have
one of her sons above others, nor would enter the second primary against Mr. it., and not permit unprincipled men to
we now. (lid we- riot have one wellqul-, Hartsfield. the next highest man in the violate the law. -Tampa Timeos.
ifled. the ipnr of any man who will lstts t ecire the coveted polltica n - - tte
empire to tlw hih an d honorable ot 1- prize. But, rather than be a party to The Mlethlodist Sunday School will
tion of Speaker. -Manatie River Jour ,the continuance of the already heated i have their usual annual picnic at Lunark.
nal, Senator Humphries' Newspaper. I campaign, and learning that Mr. Harts- on-.the-Gulf on Thursday, June 14th,
I field refused to retire from the contest, 1906. and prices for the round trip will
Florida Ceaieorate Vete wila i Mr Vason sends an open communica- be: For adults. 81 00; membeal of
To the Survivors of the Second Florida tion to the County Executive Committee Sunduy Schoolr 25 and 0 cents. Tickets
Infantry of the War Between the r withdrawing from the race. This ac- are now on sale at T. B. Byr'ns. P. T.
States: tion on the part of Mr. Vason is so pae Mick.r's and VanBrunt & Deniilly's
Comrades: In the interest of truth triotic and tempered with such loty store ad t p ret, and t eubcre invited to go
of history in the memory of our fallen motives that it cannot fail to receive and enjoy the day with the Sunday
comrades, and at the request of a nuin- the hearty commendation of his fellow School Tai ldrwn.
her of our comrades still living, I desire cities of Lon county, both those who e Mrs Perry and her daughter, Mrs.
to call together all the survivors of the support-d him and those who opposed Barber, mother and sister of Mrs. Frank
Second Florida Regiment We will Ihim. It demonstrates more ctlearle Damon and Mrs. J. W Bushnell. left
meet in Jacksonville on Monday. June than anything else could his unsetmu yesterday for their u slr usual s rout-
26, 1906, at 11 a. tm., for the-purpose of interest in the welfare of his friends ing at Saluda. North Carolina.
the gSlent command to which we had unselfish aspirants for political honors GeoMrgWae r W t hi.
have i their posessio muster rolls orare rare In Florida or anywhere else for thame tac eprtmen ith




served faithfully to tW end of the war, tlouaand stimulates the liver aad bowels A BOW game has cropped out called


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THIE TRUl DEMOCRAT
-ees e. aus e, vweu ...
PU3LUUD yXV3Y FRIDAY MORNING.
mmea m asemd Cla Matter March 8.l. 13, at
th Pest ONs at Tssllahsm. Furirds. uwda
Aset e CoNWM o Moak L 1.
Ose la Telephse Bildiing, Corne Adasim aid
Mtaass trsets. Teleopu oNo. I1.
GubtsMe 11.0 Prw YTo. ti Advim.
Advu'th a atm Oa ApplieUmo.

The Tres Doemers t tM is. OMW Newsese
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Tallaha ee, fMev, J eS, MW.
St. Augustine Record : Candidate
Abrams, of Lake county, claims that
Governor Broward, Commissioner Mc-
Lin and ex-Governor Jennings all took
part in his defeat for nomination to the
State Senate, and then beat him by
only fifty-five votes.
Hon. Jno. A. Graham, member-elect
to the Legislature from Manatee coun-
ty, has sued L'Engle's Sun for $30,000f
damages for publishing articles defam-
ing the character of Mr. Graham, and
the Manatee Record says he will push
the suit with energy and vim,
Congressman Lamar rushes into print
on the rate bill, but when the state-
ment was made on the floor of the'
House that the South had no harbor
which could float a vessel drawing 28
feet, there was no one to tell about
Pensacola or Key West.- -St Augustine
Record.
The Times-Union says "possibly the
csar a little later will want some of
that amnesty himself." You don't
mean it; what, that our czarswill want
some amnesty? Don't you think they
will always, hereafter, be able to take
care of themselves without any more
amnesty?
Last Saturday Congressman Adams,
of Philadelphia, committed suicide by
shooting himself, and gave as a reason
in a letter to Speaker Cannon, "that
his debts exceeded his resources and
forced him to abandon his social and
oMcial position." He is said to have
been an energetic worker in Congress.
S- -. - -
The Miami Metropolis says: "'The
time has come when the rule or ruin
policy in the interest of any individual
will be rebuked in Florida. The people
are determined that no nominations or'
election* shall be nsecued by unfair'
means. The last, pIrimary proved thi I
fact." That'swhat the T'rue lhtmocratt
has been telling the abunern of public:
Interests for more than a year now. I
Several reputable citizens who at-
tended the political picnic meeting at
Munson's Pond, in thin c county, Nhortly
before the first primary election. when
he and his administration we're usingK
all kinds of efforts to elect rmen tto the
Legislature from the several countim, I
say Governor Browarnl made the follow-
Ing extraordinary stateinent in his'
drainage speech that day: "If the peo. 1
pie Mea4 by me, I will defy the courts,
declare martial low eand di that ditch."
lion. John W Watson in again a can-
didate for Speaker of the House of
Representatives. We do not believe,
If elected, he would leave hin chair and
take the floor in a speech to advocate the
rejection of the report of a committee
appointed by himself to investigate a
matter which had in it Ho much of rot
and rascality as did that asylum ncan-
dal, which was so beautifully hushed
up and whitewashed at the last session
*f the Legislature in its closing hour
There are some things not yet told
which must be known by Itepresenta-
tive Noble and others, and they should
bq told. Maybe, if Mr. Watson i
,elected Speaker, ke known Home thin gs
he an take advantage of snd yet bring
to llght some facts that were theta
hushed up. -
Editor W. W. Carroll, of Moniiticello,.
with his News, and as mayor of that
Much loved little city, for it in our
1rthplae* and early boyhoodl home, is
worklng with all his might and strength


S wALIU L TATMs AUeKs leanmr s tm e ss.
The padoalng beani, at meeting P Iarti i
Monday, granted a pardon to Walter L. IT n* 5*m ra**h t.F W
Taylor, and t e orraesponidet for y.ev* S k A B R- l
ral newspapers who isa employee o Not t all hbor! We are loeted
r Comptroller Croom's ofce and was lo-a litte N to the beauties who are
cal editor of the Daily Capital sent the aslittleseneme the bs eso dr baueswm
following to her newspapers: and msy th tr into tia tre i-
The Board of Pardons today grantedad wmaibesw e frtor intol ttue ain-
a conditional pardon to Walter L. Tay- w rd es of ais' only that and
lor, who was serving flve years for an nothing more," but we do feel we
assault on Congressman W. B. Lamar. should tell you newspaper men and the
Taylor will be released at once. There, I ople all we can get hold of on 'em.
have been several previous attempt to We have told of a number of other
secure a pardon fori Taylor, but without W vto o number of th
success until this time. very Irregular and peculiar occurrences
Those members of the pardoning in this neck of the woods, but it semM
board who have at last yielded to their some are yet so blind they will not seel
better judgment, and perhaps better Now, do you not think, since you must
dictates of their consciences, can and be reading the True Democrat, that our
must feel relieved after this very com. issue before last, giving the Broward-
mendable action, even if it does come Browne efforts to defeat Hunt Harris
at the eleventh hour, and after the vin- for the Senate shows what desperate
dictiveness and persecution of that case straits the Governor, the would-be Gov-
have been driven to the bitter end. ernor, and other drainage schemers are
There is a heaping pile of the very low. in and what they will resort to? Do
eat and meanest kind of political perse- you not think it now time for the news-
cution connected with that Taylor- papers and the voting population of
Lamar occurrence, and which had its Florida to be "putting on their fighting
beginning the day after the primary clothes, too. Will it not be ample time,
election and closed, we hope, with the after eight years of abuse, and govern-
last chapter in the just action of that ment in keeping with carpet-bag days,
very merciful boardon Monday There higher taxation and more oppression,
is a lot of unpublished history in con- to find and elect men again who will
nection with it which will make some consider themselves servants of the
very interesting and amusing reading people, as did Drew, Bloxham, Perry,
for the people of Florida some day soon. Mitchell, Fleming, Barnes, Reynolds,
For this issue we will have space for Crawford, Sheets, Raney, Gwynn and
only a little, preferring to wait until we others, in the good old days. Did you
can give an accurate and complete ever hear a citizen cast a reflection up-
statement of it, with the dissenting on any of them? No; because they
opinion on it by Judges Taylor and were above doing dirty little tricks and
Hocker. The editor of this newspaper working schemes! Must be something
has never at any time claimed that our radically wrong hereabouts, and we tell
friend, WALTER TAYLoR, did right in you again we believe some day there
assaulting W. B. Lamar in his office will be a reckoning. If wetire you, we
(he was convicted for that offense, mis- may please the other fellow; so "go
represented and made many times worse 'long" and just let us alone.
than it really was, however), but we A subscriber wants to know what a I
have claimed, and do now mist posi. muck rake is. We don't know, unless c
lively claim, that he had been hounded, it is an instrument used by the Talla-
that he had been hou hassee officials to rake the State treas-
persecuted and punished enough, and ury in draining a lot of worthless muck
more, before he was drug from his home called the Florida Everglades.--Lake
ard loved ones, in that all that he pos- Butler Star.
messed had been taken from him and That's good enough, and we will let
his to defend himself against the pow- it go at that, and simply add that there I
erful political enemies (several of them appears good reasons to believe the I. 1
other than Mr. Lamar) who took up I. Funds are being muck-raked for the i
Mr. ILamar's side of the fight for dirty Everglades schemes. It would be in- a
political purposes, and that everything teresting, no doubt, to your inquiring I
possible wan done by Jennings and his subscriber, as well as to a large number t
gang to persecute and get rid of Tay- of other people of Florida, to see an t
lor. Now, from the light Iefore us, we itemized statement of drainage expend-
can but believe these members of the iturem published weekly or monthly. It
board who have held out until now to il due the Drainage Commissioners I
show mercy did so under a pressure themselves, if all expenditures from
from the outside, which outside intlu- that fund are legitimate, to let the 1
ences have ait last hidn theim ict people a' and know it, and surely it c
Another contemptible and ugly feat- will be pleading to the people to know t
ure of the affair in the excuses ,mic ,f just what items are coming from it,.
fthcm, the great. merciful pardoning and what that farce is costing. If h
lIard,. have given for not granting the there are no little items of graft
pardon sooner: That we, a a newsia- hitched onto it, no one can object to
per man, had been digging them about the public knowing all about it; if there t
public affairs; that "Taylor would have iM, those responsible for it may be sure t
been pardoned in December if Collins' they will be found out in due time. and 9
puper had not had no much to nay that they will answer for it. Wedonot r
High and lofty ground, that, for high- believe there in provision for spending v
toned State officials to stand upon al- those funds for campaigning, printing, a
iamot. if not, an admission that Walter postage, etc We do not charge they t
Taylor should have thrn been shown are being spent that way; it has been [
mercy; but it could not be meted out to intimated so, however, and does seem f
him because a newspaper man who be. another statement from the I I. Board t
lieved a great wrong and injustice was (Drainage Board) would be timely. e
being done had the nerve and dared tell Five times ha (Governor R. I.. Tay-
the public of it. as he had done in re- lr fiddled to Tennessee for the office of I
ganrd to some other matters Taylor's United States Senator. It is now time
just claims for mency must wait, the t- "pay the fiddler -Palmetto News. w
heartaches arnd the material need. of (Governor Jennings longed to get into h
Taylor's wife and little ones mu.t wait the United States Senate, and 'tie eai
every gool and worthy human impulte Mr Hrowand has a hungry feeling for s
which the hearts of these mseml.r of the name position, while Congressman o
the pardoning board were capable of 'Ianar andi a numberof others arecast- s
generating, must .stand in alwevance, ie- ing glances at Mr Mallory's seat; but o
come stagnant from disuse, while ('cl- if there is to be' a change, your Uncle u
linn is shown that he can have no influ- Stephen Sparknean will be among the i
ence in administration circles and Tay- race hor.e. ant will wn p
lr and his friends are shown that our A Ibook entitled "Twenty-four Years t]
efforts have n negative result, and to in l'orida '' is a recent addition to our t
secure clemency we must be muszled 'ple, of Tampa It is written na t
Amazingly small! Startlingly original pleasant and attractive style, andbrings tl
for statenmen! Scientists would likely to mind amusing incidents in the lives tI
e much interested in an examination of well-known lawyers of Florida and tl
o the organ of their oadies which in others Judge l'e'ape's has our thanks
f the organffor same Arcadia Champion,
other humans is termed the heart. As a companion to it, for your library, P
Not every member of the board was some of these days we hope to give tl
In sympathy with all thi. great penrse- Thirtyfve Yea riene at t,
- you Thirty-five Years Experience at t~


A official and editor for purity and good
morlst A aroing effort is again being
Ws..$. to hove whiskey sold there, and
tidsmo ds to the rack. like the true man
he surely is, fighting for what is right
wd for keeping his home pure and
glea--to keep Monticello a moral and
ImpeItable city. True. It is almost i
r,4I-lble to prevent some blind tiger
sm of law, but even with that. I
min are many of us who believe a
tyllt, from a moral standpoint, is
ef e with a few blind tigers.
Ml w Mvral tlnr with wide open
IV ties (the aloo will
of M to who do not 1
the bndtigers, and we
R that no minors "W
tiger liquor. J


-e of thim aim* sift a

ae d Bae t, wi
dows, w10 tre" tt Ieghtke we
taen of the next hbd GemiAMe
bly. Sam who hiave mde a earef
stdy of t pe onnel of tnheaMt law
kin body to it to Florid asy tha
it will not o*u- be up for ooulderatim
but tt the claim wil be favob
Whitewedo not apprehend that thor
is any dangr of such a measure bei
pawd by the Letislature it would b
well enough for te pople of Florid
who are of the opinion that this Walls
claim is both uareonable and anjus
to keep their eyes open. A little agi
tation of the Walles claim might be o
service in pItting some of the nwly
elected logIlators "next" on this ruos1
Important matter. -Plant City Courier
Like Baneo's ghost, it should no
down, and it should "trouble the legis
lative waters of the next Florkhi Gen
eral Assembly" and all honest Florid
ians until justice is done, and the stail
of being a repudiator of the worst typ4
is lifted from fair Florida's good name
This repudiating act was another of th4
many ugly things that happened in pub
lic affairs during the regime of Mr
Jennings, and, sad to relate, he is stil
a power among our czarish rulers
Heaps of dirty wrongs will never mak,
,one single right." The surprising feat
ure remains, that the newspapers of
this State will not inform themselves
fully as to this claim. All the history)
connected with it is accessible anc
easy to get. and join in the cry for
having justice done, for it is clearly the
duty and mission of newspapers to up-
hold and stand for the rights of its citi.
zenship, particularly so when a State
officer, or officers, take such advantage,
knowing the State cannot be sued.
They even refused to give Col. Wailes
the privilege of carrying his case be-
fore their own courts. Another thing
connected with that Indian War claim
that might prove interesting. We were
promised taxes would be reduced by it.
Were they? Does not your receipts
prove they increase every year? Again,
are the people at all certain it went for
legitimate purposes, now, all of it?
Have you ever seen a full and complete
temized statement of it? Do you ever
see full and complete itemized state-
ments of any transactions? Are not
:here many little things happening now-
adays to put a much-abused people to
thinking and acting?
There's nothing scary about Hunt
Harris. When the Fort Myers Breeze
asked if he would seek the presidency
of the Senate, he wired back "Sure,
Mike," or words to that effect, and he
covers the ground he stands on. When
told that if he became a candidate for
Senator all the influence of the admin-
stration would be exerted to defeat
him, he promptly rolled up his sleeves
and cried "Let's test that influence "
And when informed that a big fight
would be made on his "aspiration to
he presidency, he drove his spade a lit-
tle deeper and wrote a friend, "Let's
get at the root of this matter." Let's
see; a President of the United States
nay enjoy the luxury of an executive
who runs the Senate, and there may be
a Speaker who runs the House. and
here may be combination of dollars and
politics that makes Presidents and
Speakers but we believe Florida is still
free and has a Senate and a House en-
irely competent to get along without
executive bossing. If not in the im-
mortal words of the said Hunt Harris,
'let's see." And let's know. Times-
Jnion
Hon. Hunt Harris will hold his own
Sixth the beauties who tried to prevent
is election, and, as the methods used
how the caliber of the political trick-
ters, all Floridians of the Hunt Harris
order will be on the watch for any new
schemes for rascality they may invent
r hatch out. They may enjoy the sit-
ation they are working themselves
nto. but just so sure as we live, the
people are becoming tired of the abuses
hey have heaped upon them, and
hings will change, and it is gratifying
o know there will be enough men of
he Hunt Harris way of looking at
hings around here to make some of
hem shudder.
Just as an inquiry, and that the peo-
le of Florida may know a little some-
hing about such affairs, How much in-
crest has come into the Internal Im-


'ution, but as we do not know how to Tallahassee as a Printer, and Our Scrap- P
single out those who were, we leave it Book Records of Public Men and Mess- si
Lo the reader, who, if enough interested, uree." It will be amusing, as well as b
may find out for himself or herself. interesting, particularly so of some is
There are a few beauties among them, things that have been carefully stored w
however, we know, who would like to away during recent years of that pe- e0
see us where they released Taylor from riod. .... o
They know us fully now; we know them; Editor Collins. of the Tallahasse True
and we assure those gentry we will not Democrat, contemplates the establish- i
visit their gilded official dens to asesult ment of a daily newspaper at their State
them. We will dodge no Isue with capital. A good daily is baly ne* edd
them, however, and now Inform them at Tallahasee. and it is to be hoped
that we expect to stay at the same that the plans of Mr. ColUas will ma- a
stand we now ocuapy, and shall go on terwalise in the near future.-Pensacolsa h
leouncing wrong-doing and abuse. JournalL .
Bathn Suits and Hat Guards at R. Things goodto eat;i a erisp; so
. Evans prices right. RA& Sor. s


movement Fund on moneys deposited
since 1901. and what has been done or is
sing done with it? Now that 1. I. mon-
* are being so lavishly expended, a
weekly statement of the big and little
expenditures. and what each item goes
ut for, would not be out of place, and
he "dear people" would be better sat.
fled with all sets shoakl they bedone in
e open. Takese t hadowm from
o'er us!"
Anyone that could nn a newspaper
ad plans evryowe could "spot fve
ails" for any of the sakats. Your pa-
or is supposed to give the news, and
Mne p ar mad f it does, sand
mne otho are mad if it doemat. -Do-
oto News.


Mr. Lamar's vanity may now be sat-
isfied, and it is hoped he feels "fully
-indicatted." He may rest assured
some things in connection with the
Walter Taylor case will never be for-
gotten. We say this, too, after admit-
ting that Walter Taylor may have done
wrong in attacking him in his office.
The hand William Sherman Jennings
took in the matter, followed by one
Ben Liddon's brow-beating and insult-
ing of Tallahassee ladies, for a fee, and
later, the influence that was brought
on Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, and
those of his board who stood with him,
all went to heap political persecution
upon the accused, and that all put to-
gether in a nutshell, was as bad a
crime, and as enormous offense as was
the one Taylor committed, the differ-
ence being only that Taylor was pun-
ishod and made to suffer, while those
put in power to be merciful and give
out justice, lent their official power to
persecutef.
To criticisms of its course in plain
speaking about the public acts of county
officials, the Dade City Star spiritedly
responds that "the Star belongs to the
editor, and we have no friends that we
love well enough to cover up any of
their rascality. Neither have we any
enemies powerful enough to prevent us
from telling the plain truth.' This ed-
itor must oe some kin to John Collins,
of the Tallahassee True Democrat-St.
Augustine Record.
He is of the right sort, sure. We
have been reading his paper with pleas-
ure and interest, and, though we have
never met him personally, we claim him
for a cousin, at least. He is made of
the right stuff, and that is enough for
us.
Leg4 Teansseu lgt.
For twenty yeans W. L Rawis, of
Bells, Tan., fought naal catarrh. He
writes: "ThM wIingM and soraees in-
dds my ne was fearful, t I began
appkf Bcklsn's Arniaes Salve to the
are; tht eased the soreaess
and swelaing to disassr, never to re-
tar." Best salv existence. Uc,
at as druggsts. *


1 I- -T


'AAl Aha .o it
he waM i defeated o o, tt Mte a
we& ib he LA O i uts eims ~ h.
quired the Setats a r maad a-
* OovanowJtaol 6itod t,ad thnm he
Swas baten by only fifty vote. In
his paper, the Tavares HeraMd. Mr.
Abram says:
SGov. Brward left hls high oi e 0 to
IcomeP td r n o mat e uawnw l
preferene for senator and keir-t.-
tlve. While he did et sdelare fr
Withers mad Lanler o either speech, to
Irde with them through thet o uty and
made it very plain that he wanted them
elected thia theo nat to apper Wa
ax-Governor Janhaa B. 3. et and
J. C. Luning, aWd itbthe Influaaen
thee men could have in Lasdbur and
Umatilla enough votes were changed in
these two precinets to defeat Arams
by the narrow margin of 66 votes.
While Mr. Withers is a good citisen,
and perhaps will do no harm in the San-
te th best friend he has in the county
will not contend that he is the man for
the place. The combined strength of
Broward, Jennings, Luning and McLin
was barely sufficient in Ltesburg and
Umatilla to turn thirty or forty votes
against Abrams and bring about the
election of Withers. The question with
them and those they could control was
not the fitness and capacity of Withers
for the place, but to sustain the admin-
istration; and, while the rest of the
Stute has turned the administration
down most emphatically, Lake county
has stood by him. It may be that Lake
county is right and the balance of the
6tate wrong; time alone will demon-
t.rate who is right on the drainage
q testion. For our part, we bow down
to the verdict of the people of Lake
county, and Mr. Withers is now our
candidate for the Senate, no matter
what outside influences brought about
his election.
Now, Mr. Abrams made a good mem-
ber of the House in former years, and
he says he is not done yet; may have
better luck next time.
The desperate straits of the Ever-
glades drainage schemers are here in
the above clipping shown. The Gov-
ernor is now, it is said, preparing to
stump the State to procure the adop-
tion by the people of the constitutional
amendment authorizing the drainage
taxation, etc. In other words, to pin it
down on the people and make them sub-
mit.-Metropolis.
Walter Taylor, who assaulted Gen-
eral Lamar in the latter's office in Tal-
lahassee and was sentenced to five years
in the penitentiary, was on Monday
granted a conditional pardon. Charges
of fraud against Taylor in the primary
in which General Lamar was a candidate
for Congress, caused the assault. Tay-
lor had a wife and several small chil-
dren dependent upon him for support,
and just before he was sent to the peni-
tentiary over one hundred ladies ap-
pealed in person to the Pardoning Board
for mercy to the man, but the board
turned a deaf ear to their appeal.
General Lamar was then appeal to,
to ask for mercy, but he refused to do
so. If ever there was a case in which a
pardon should have been granted it was
that of Walter Taylor. --Gainesville Sun










d"ttha I bsea'three mil1 Af NI 1
u e when th a .... .. o olle -


jto 1.arge AudI e y the .' e aoe*n tAas-w teho hse
tn ate e e


courts, onoA eItim. h, co aznor
hel IdtThoe the e, I t1 M o, ,


t d h t Sn ~atonl.on oftheetn h rin.
I ME ? 11th 1906, defi I on on drmawillrailroadstissd ano th uheld by te is rov ftMeler d by the d Ic o






rd ..Court of e uio aup nd n.' nona, o terftli itrhnttt y. -
f Ext from t pCecofheHnJhto thirteen milnn .dl e rd, I no T> a. TCot ..a. toe a thM Ta T nt l w e i.t'.
dA fr. theee tasto.d atou o urAn I State aofdreae drmt a pending wthe the mi t aerO wr ctan tbx the bento




nMay11th,. 19blev ihaot n I dr wii hl tles have. huid hitl t..m* tits. m --iU doit i ubl (
next hel the mta ant in ton. he p Aiurd -o0 t.e fornem. Tenaion, 2,
trheEen rg ades r cei etanecesn lhasuphr ei oeM ia ntio ofee a d ,hh ... ... ...e







oo eloch.L T, *ien ot, tt tta epDne Ieslof a Io, a tax -, ,-e ha d l -, f-h
our ntde d iing btele. of the Inte nal Improvement hFund1s0.rge r tntdo every r o d



eofe dWItrmn t this nse cost will notfal upon the e n r arerss o s vaeor i
Extract from the speech of the Hon. John Bed o p t ae ythereto Corti(rt the Bt-m n o the pae 0,r be o aine d.! Tnt d l


ppe of ith, 1906, deffownitro o poe knoud lle the.lep idb pptso tato v ryf o ert tx ande is acnthei all dbwSmt




htpotion he ould pon mtter lil Ms Te oC ot le &, Nsh ile Railroad Compan, one o w $ M ,i whe. p..one w, we.ner .whea. ti d






sthei ento vo or atoe, ut there l vegrants of lands, hs enjoin these to whom i wil ultimately elof--we ,hr t w
t hheEergads .,sepd o0 0b,00 of this .0,00 n he matelybelog to the 4leo the ladsve ante,
shoe: t that A it an ve by the int y tbos ew tx ni .O a e


Iree dnd uised Co monult.an receie the nm aN caa o tithl oe .0 i heIi le,- thate alaT ans d theTiso td al am ede -
Sm e tie Mr. Chaina-Aolt ito thteen lonhdeot n u pomsed ero . eas
o Mr. Reese has told you fouryears, ago I addressed drain e it bo-#,.te and the Ev oftssen owfs do thero thesbtua to


oe people of Pe wewhichAdaspireo.oyemrne 0of Nowforrd aita knofthew wha on Iimth tkepo
ponIre. nI wh.qievth iohp teo e ut t h he acn toin en m bpanies have no d i the utue hlda the 01 0Trustets ot ahe ctircallytbaoM-t
a intments. rloa be aut there e from the -t iax ofPye There is tnveeUngt the t t o The pju try in mec emnaticd,!. .






ere a great l M t ree a W to thirteenau rn e but approximately correct to ev oter e" x, undei ts e tldo, amt n
dth me, apcndt ti n ik t is Te kn for the wablem-outs alave but ml hute eangolve orthe- mlaon ds all -
atie ad e tnttr. l whta. Da tO opposi- Now ee fl ow a it0 thoe Trusthleses thnthen in toe to el the p opleer or rad h e gi"sb ate gante,



on for the office i to which I aspire. I ave made these the literary up by the o ut, that te expenses the r ? .4nf tae ot .
appointment wi to the peoput e twt the county, drainage, t he with over $ io paid rby the I rea.t tLA t at best this on titutio mame udet
the v ll I -re in Istecnal ampovemeyns fees, fom thta deles of vestsevn them, gentlemen unlmited dtihretlon and dve.
Tht sn u h.qti td l sthn in th e s nhlave tmentionedl, atid other geroui power.
snow ocpurpose athe attento o. .d of the riroad, leaves not over $0, 0u0 of Now my friends, you know what position I take upon
thisbecapurpose I thaddrought it was necessary to my election re at the d, spostion of the Trustee s. thel s amend u ment. I ve already tol an that the
r nothing but death can new event my be o ing the by their slrde a colonies have enjoined the. uture hend by the True s teest theax er apre ofe inmt W in.
aext Senator from Escambia county, but I made these lands, an<(that tnis by nte cost wl notf all pon the impoin this jlg xpen ro tegardl x pts valueor ptos









haerycton as wetakei fwte Mtalke, noa maus to .ssuf- statement o y of the dtees, byou the ,ruatee, untl it' n amount to lesa than thr nepion acr,.in It of drainot
.e of his fellow chpi tnas ton reresent thce em a legi- I speak iy deteroes, b the approximately court to whom the thkehob ax, under the is consteraditut wilonal aw
t now ave capacity, to quesins ke to a ds be d thi leaves but aknow amounts. amout an no million acres more, aggre pting atx million i al, le-
chat position he wIoud taepon matters likely to The Lob vilae & Ntthville Railroad Com one of i I O when one kbw, onhe ot rawd,







wdupy the attention n aowv a t Iy thed p inus1 to hphe of reason te amount wtn who the hto me teven ording to the r porma sent out b-w the thterna it wmv
r tawhich e, and t a ae or e the minim 225stmate raag000 of e-this $ree ,000 in othe. mat Trustees. Now the aggpeople or the tegislantive granite
aIe ved iten to be my wat e t here ae now i p this fund less than thBreemito t on to the d different railroad companies by the L.o latte
a surely to consult and advise with e eres of lRds; f Lakthe O ee hobeer and the Everglades and which they will t st this ournstitutiomately deid
rnage th e et e dtinm e som atlaLe, ou aL drained c that wilal attodd about three milon more fA Iestfruthe gLenisature id tmitad ketm e.grand,
ThatheEv sinn the cam acres of I ter.. Improvement lands, making, a total of is seven miion acres-a million more than we wdihave,
ort owas ma e an suent-nthe e aa. is. ls than ix tein acthe s, while thentoned, and t even if the drriage schemes onsummatod.
this purpose I angddr e attentoni o te th udeeded35, ato the railroad asi ctianal compaf th e ut wicstees. amendment. I have alady tolyo that the
lext ed mon d rthe drainage of this le aO the ver- they cai to have earned, approxtheimate seven million You cand o rleadi see ta inm the o ar inc dtht trinmd
oyiwed fieandms e l teln s ut ben fina y determined by the courts, to whom these Lanke Okeechobee andlng theI Everglades, it will t e st



llaesr!iow Ess my incompetency towexr.an opinion l acres: so you see that the legislative g rantees, if up- ctrof the In trnlTruse, hi ouPreust in htenti hr
don't nos a question excluively for th e enrie held thr intentions leaves but a small l aount, andll of the million acres t m ore, aggregating six million rs in t ll
however one quest*n known aati the rput c tmi no hope of in reading the amount with which to meet even cordin to the reports sent out by the o rtenda.lB Ipo






e based upon sheme-theuh reports as the engineers, in wom chobee a th e Everglades, and their legislative grants n hi th a w asthe ourets o ultmte xy de
he hu rea urd e, ty he south ofake Bthat lakel sy a al or in one mat million more than there million more that the ein.tere1 s the pe le o hmake t houllee anT
capable of expressing anopinion as to its feasibility aes of Iteral Improvemet lands, making a total of is seven million acres- million more than we w h
hat was aae an fdue in the iled rop lions d itless than ix iion acres, while there oi astnce to reat senscheme, ut, uis cone cotrary, sted noul
i now occupying the attention of d, pwpco b aot. undeededot tontee railroad ad canal companies, but which ilhe
eden an of the drainage oftate thio say that ateal the nt-'hey fir tell us that they will be able to complete No fellow-citze ns, this is the most important e
t is a question exclusively for the poengin an the drain the ith the funds of the Boardt wi thout addi- ll of the thik s s kens t ono the a entayeion s to
h action as we take if we take any ustnecessaril landsal uen upon the ttax payers: aga k they tell us re t enton
e base this opinion such reports as theengeer in wh that they e ant legislative assistant their legisl. What ive grants the astr I have touha I t h o, to
tate thom cuanttnhces m laynds t-iffret raIlads and isrt atout one million more than the Trustees can t rtheathis schmo.



ct op Congres an Ao'tr .t th Flrio ginth tanphai they possibly want, if it is not funds wsith the t riustestteisplroerfreart, hos l m'dend o
uildng ofrexpressig an, opinion as to its feasibility ten cen assista nce to that scheme, but, uon the contrary sh



n 1850, the Congressability of the United Statee s granted o i ts T he contention of the Trustle es is not tentative asirely consist-ance which they o tithe" te tr, s
lopeda, amon g other States, all to tho e sa p an ot the nt- the right tu o tax thea people e of eState of and fellow-citizens, this is the most important o c e
owed lands i the State, and a te lands subject t he drain e withe fundsage sof theme, and without arone fli r him. believe Gover attentionr rowf the
In order that I may ow. will gie neveyou the give facts ote to tax the people to drain these us isre a hnest stitic and otnurateon ic a
e this opinion, it is necessary for me to refer to an that the ant legislative assistance. What legislative wa

SI In 1855 the Legislature of the Stateof Florida created ancds as lng as thereis aipossbiibly wanty. of their beo min g odsnewith ivetolisdut any ndwihoeverat inothe

Board of Tth usteeslkno oas the "t sees of th nd tchne propeTty of the ralrotas anid cana companies tap- gubernateral chair o the State of Florida. et I dos
vernal Improvement od, the Board beig constitute pause. t o most firmly believe that Governer Broward is mistaken
f 1850 the C ongress of the United Stha tes granted to whichat te Trutoeed o whan legislative asistance ta ihis matter. I do believe that orhe y even most re n-
he Treasurer. ang otherat was then known as a Register the en ave tmentioned. s evidence oby the fact tate of f~rta.. thou selection hme, o hios adsi s eryhW e
f owed lands in the Sta nown as the ommsoner o actg- t he a s e, anl il te o ed yn A t cream ding a Dra have advised him wrobeng, and hovers maknor Broward to be
4uverflowt.... will nve........ give my v ote to tax the people tose ente- sal mistake in theseis effort to dra the Everglades and
In Board of Truustees, known as, the L egislature es of te the n h he railroads and canal companies. (Ap- ke Okeechobee at this enormous expense, nori t knowing
flowed lands graovemented to the BoState by the Federal Governeing constituted plas . ,'. Therefore, I advse that Govery man within the sound of my

ftate to grantor, these lands to Gifferent railtrolleads and discretioof rutees do want legislative mae assistance to n rthmatter. I do believe that he has been mos
hee Traurr nd what was then known as a Register the end I ave mentioned is evidenced by the fact that o ltmate the con ofhs ars.te-



poesn crand cow kndons the charsother, aon ia tha e ofstne s the ps.aed, t4$ n nAt creaig a Dradna these lands, in the last analysis, bemonjr to the peo-
In thes onardiaoles, namehethe esartero vesd ithtes eo now, of re, o the .emmisio an ot coflerdt an poe-athen it is time enough for us to consider, from the
gan thte inv riaep iens e Booy.of andustee teo f _ .. .. F ,- s pe ort of competent engineers, the practiabilit and
eed these lands to thle rS.letive byltroae and.. caal The Fa eral Court, as held t.qAtauthorizing.the feaibility, together with the cost and resulting benefits
Lefmpane6 upon their comp.iance with the conditins of levy to ii unconstitutipal, but a. f drain ae.
ae'tgantow y these landso tierentr iroads and rx t to. gt this al Since reaching my majority, my every vote has been
joiuldn l ofrairohds and the dgging o canals and them nt which wan tphoey de by o ve lat eg ya-c det without exception, for those candidates I have
lrnts fand had been made, and immense tracts of ture, and ut be voled on of yh(t,,taxa beet edoin lt imat|y believed to be the sincere friends of the people.


ind- had 'be deeded, in accordaice with this ~olicy next N ember. This Constitutional Amend ent is I have. on the stump and otherwise, always and at all
nd identical languageand ptrl, whth Me Ait T have times, advocated and defended those measures which I
In 1901; the Trustees, for the ferst tim refused to m entione, which gives th ai.A e Commission,aI- honestly believed to be in the interest of the whole
eed to the railroad and %canal ampasia the tnds thr y tablish drainage tricts at their discretion, people of my State.
noted to them by the Legislature, but which a h6t n levy tax upon the lands in those districts not ex- I now sincerely believe-yes, I know-that I am de-
Sean so perc h a to be dvotd fending the ause of the people against the corporation
t to ts exclusive to the drainage' or weryerglades and Lake when I advise ywu, to vote against the constitutional
SOk. h amendment know asn the Drainage Constitutional
Sent vests great power in the Drainage Amendment at the election tlext November.
SIa f I OWi t coCu-'Cn6h' which it creates, more power than it s
tions of the legiM e & the&,ha airiy mare to vest in any set of men. It is extremely exchanges say the Governor is only t.yingto
the lands that the legislative grants was a danto ge so much power to any n or good the willof the ople expre i
tract M W oS th dt maSirS lui s140 01exlain it to ruand otrt ith Ten the ordw was that the Governor held
thtthat Ae iMirk wd W tiUthn. The t Constitution Of. he fou ti tie money, and since he promlee
Ia -f M MtJr!OY9 1the akinbYR 1Q0# UI.Mm
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the useful and oOi woinman their (tlter AIl'l' toTItiN
members of her family are'. Ine-n,,i even. ti
If your stomach trou.leHl' you do not Ai 1
conclude that there is notl cure, for a i'u,.'i.
great many have ltern iernnlu cured by Chamberlain'm tomach andl V l,,l.
Liver Tablets. Try thein; they are cer. Am'ti iir to ju* .1. I..V
tain to prove beneficial. They only eont
a quarter. Sold by all d'rtgg t. ,,,e* ,;' ,yi ", r '.,t i
See Erumbyl IR.-aoI i0,in.i..e'
If you wish any kind of Furniture liHe Ami '",I i" i M t. -'l
Uha I ju t atldded a ni'i, n w lo t and will SiHr N. si,., .. 11.. It,'ii ,,
sell you at pricen so lw it will uttonish I A 'l i""xI I-' Mit) lt. I' ";
you. Also call on him fir all kinlds of
general repairing iniil un mnd lwk-
milth work. 2- t f Ai-',,..t
P('i tilt Plumbing Plumbing. 't. l'.
NlmblaP, lPumblng, Plumbing.


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For Reat.
A comfortable i-room cottage, with
kitchen and hath room, within 15 blocks
of Leon Hotel. Rent $16.00 per month.
Apply to
S-tf HOWARD GAMBLE


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Potent( pplr4d er,.
At all druge1t.
Ml S-0Q IT-1 MI (i. CO.. Jcksomnllle. Fla.


Water, Steam and ( J sittingg.
14-tf 111t411t1l's & SIM NI'S1i%'4
-Lj
ChNoticrs. P. T. NIHOLS ON,
Trinity M. E. Church'. Seith, W. M, Vo T o N I[H lS O NIP
nge0, Pastor. Service's Sunlday ait II
Ia m. and 7.'il I ain Junior Ep--
worth League, ..(K) p Im. Senior rEp-i I I
worth League, 4.(MIp. n.. All nit,,lwr. 1 J l.V wLrL 1
lquesteod to attend The public and I
strangers specially invited to worship
with *. aRepair Work a Specialty.
Rev. F. W. ( rnmer. hI.tor. will con- P
duct Serviees Sundasy at the First lii t All Work Don* Promptly. Satifaction Guaranteed.
Ust church. 10 a m. and 1 p m Hlitible v ... um -.
Iehool, 10 a, m. Junior Itaptist tnion. t LIVELY BUILDING. TALLAHASSEE.
p. m. Senior B. Y. 1. It 7.I, p Ii m.
ou are cordially invited. ... ,
St. John's. E isco ai Church. Rev gi'8 F p'^ ^^rx^^ >.-u-
Dr. W. H Carter, Rertor -Servicer:
lndays and Holy Days, holy commun. COME DOWN
Iea 7 o'clock a m. Sunday, 11 a. m. r
adf.I p.m. Friday. 8 p.pm t. Mi- and take a look at our conveyances an
Ia(l'e l ord). --Sevices: Sundays, |/ 1
4 p. a. 'ays, 4.80 p.m. m you will readily see the advantage o
Christian Sclene. Services are hekli t
sunday at o'clock. m.. in thehiringteam from u. I youreno
room, second story, of the build-au stored to much driving, no doubt
seM of the "toiee. This room is
Msed ali is6tian Science reading our pricc will strike you as tbeia
VI b0 S 10 o It2o'clock small. Do no harm to ask them any
7F w u In tv ited
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLE
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Something New. Look Into It.

The


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. HAS oN n nOaNTImn cLOTrIsm. A i e.
Governor Broward seems to be im- Is now merely a memory of the past.
S M M dressing the people and the newspapers, Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
wherever he has appeared, that his po. liniment of the twentieth century. A
rIPUsjsusZD yV Y rMuAY MORNIN. sition on the drainage matter was just positive cure for rheumatism, burns,
about right.-Tampa Herald. Let's see cutc sprains, neuralgia. etc. Mr. C.
All N AMNL TO TAI It1151w, about this. Leon county was perhaps H Runyon, tanberry, Mo.. writes: "I
k Dmorat.the only county in the State where the have used Snow Linimert for rheuma-
he CeOak DaCly D Fem rt.i drainage scheme was made a direct tism and all pain. I can't say enough
The Capital City of Florida is now issue. Months before the primaryit in its praise. Sold by all druggists. *
without a daily paper, a case without was so announced ai.d the two candi- I^^ r
parallel in any State in the Union, and dates for the Senate Messrs. W. A Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe.
that it provokes comment the reverse Rawls and John W. ender.on. made --*------ -. --
of complimentary, both In ad out of th this the special feature of their canvass All ORINANCE
of complimentary both in and out of the of the county; Governor B toward, being
State goes without saying. Putting Interested i the matter, visited the ToL .o h ai eaf h r .in cit rs .
State pride out of view altogether, country precincts, took part in the dis- and for abolishing ald prventlnr the exIstence
even as a business enterprise, a bright, cushion and gve the weight of his ofbreeins pstae f m ues in th. elt
clean, snappy little daily ought to pay Mr. Rawl he m rinaeranid of rda cityuCouncil of the city
in Tallahassee, and how the commercial, date, a member of the last Legislature section 1. It shall be unlawful for *ar person
professional and governmental interests and personal popular, carried but one or irsons. fim or s rson to keep ormaintain
entered there can consent to get along pree"in t In hecounty, in which the r ttor.whwe watel wt wtor olectad, within
total vote was eleven. He received th corporate l. of Ut city tof TteWahas. V
without one is hard to undertand.ess than one-fourth of the vote of the Florida unless md elseme. open well or water
Editor Collins, of the True Democrat, county. There were six candidates for barrl. or obr r to, sha be thoroughly
ia appealing to the people of Tallahassee the House, the only one chosen beinAg resiwie tausMvtUne with a mesh formed by
to support him in establishing a daily, strongly anti-drainage; and the only wires of not e. tsh dt.. (Is) to the inch;
candidateo enly advocating the drain, and it shallU be unlawful foray person or persons,
and that he will give heem one well eprOsition received ony seventeenfirm or corporation to eep or maintain o their
gclce or on any promises within the corporate
worth their patronage will not be votes. Speaking of political cyclones limits of the city of Tslauhm a. many utters.
doubted by those who read his bright, and tornadoes, no such disastrous result or drain pipes, tin as mretsC 5edscl.ew
up4o-dat weekly, which took rank has ever before been recorded in the otherwi, whoe W Or eaimd for other than
up s weekly, which took rank history of politics in Florida.-Ocala household puea. sad msd tim es or etallie
from its first Issue among the beat ps- Banner vesees. hom. erthor wooden ware, or vessel.
broken or otherwise, that are capable of holding,
ers in Florida. In the last True Dem- Yes, and at Munson Pond, at a picnic or retaining water for other than household pur-
orat Mr Collins puts the matter be- in this county. where Mr. Broward tired i to te anitarwaons for t
fore the people of Tallahassee, and his m al by the ani tar de n t they shall be
every blessed soul almost to sickness, dslpoedof immed"ii l*t by buryin or burn-
complimentary reference to Live Oak who we have heard mention It, and at ins, and shall be so effectually destroyed a to
S the Democrat warrants us in In. mentopreIipnt water beingsable to Collet and be retained
and the Democrat warrants us in in- which there were about 25 or 30 voters, then. And it shall be unlawful for any person
adn a lquestion to the extent of ,If or perons. irm or eorportkn to permit any
adding a local question to the extent of he is charged with having said: "If waterto oiet and tandJn any hole or holes or
reproducing what he says: the people will stand by me, I will d pod s on th around surface of their prmse In
Get a coy of the Liv Oak Dail c and g the eirprate limits of the city of Tallahassee,
t a opy of the Live Oak Da ly the mrt, etc.. and go on draining the rorid. aud all such low places whore water col.
Democrat, look it over carefully, citi- leta and stand shall be either filled Inordrained,
senis of Tallahassee, and note its very Everglades, if I have to declare martial but when .uch accumulations ,of water are larse
neat appearance; how well filled with law to do It." We did not go to hear aalnth caM oflarge pond dr lake incapable of
being filled In or drained, the owner or owners
advertisapg patronage it is; hew it him; that's what's been told on him; thereof shall at all times from the first dayof
speaks out for the general interests ofI ifay to the first day of Octoblr of each and every
Its city; then remember that its citizens several say he said it, and if he denies year.keep the surface of the water thereinoiled
got together not very long ago and or- it, we will produce affidavits to prove onth hkered neorrudeol.r fe.it of wathersurfae.r
gaisIed a company and put enterprising it from those who give us the informa- and shall apply it every fifteen (1fI days during,
printers at work to build up Live 'ak. tion Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, day,,f tOeber of ach and vry year. And it
Just ask any citizen of Live Oak if it has the man who is ingGovrnor, was shall be unawful for any porn n or pearson. Arm
not proven a fine paying investment he saying Gr governor, was poratimn to permit any damrp or shaded
and if they do not feel great pride in doing some rash talk then, perhaps; Elaite.o maie by the accumulation of refuse or
y the growth of weeds or ot her vegetation, to ex.
having a neat, up-to-ldate daily going and when we all remember that once ist on their premissorin the proximity of any
abroad from home, working in their in- upon a time, as the daring captain of reittence within the corporate limits of the city
terest, and see how they will answer of Tallahasse, Fl'.rida, but all .uch place. shall
you. Tallahassee needs a similar enter- the "Three Friends," he defied the It kept clean and dry.
prise. We have proven to you, as far National government, our own State ter citernsor taankle .hal ant apy or
as our means will let tis go, that Talla- government and the Kingdom of Spain, other public wash house, nor .hall it aply to
hasses wants and needs a cleans whole- we are really to believe he in rash tho Ilarg rlien of water heontainn T*islh.a
some, morally uprightt newspaper, and r 1netion .. The Mayorof the cty of Tallahasee.
the proprietor of the True emora.t enough to attempt to do anything reck- Fkrnda. be and he I here by l'reeted and empow-
ered to detail one or more s*icial i'olice or ;tolice-
stands ready to do his full share of the less, as he ham done in openly insulting man between the first day of .May and the frst
work and take his share of the risks lif V the newspaper men of his State because ay of tOct,,ir of each anti every year as inspect.
t,r r the purisms of seeigiv that the provisions
there Is any risk) in giving Tallahasrne seioe of them would not fall into the orf this ordinance are carri..I out .an pei rfrmed.
a daily newspaper which every Floridlannd i i anid it shall he the duty of the aidl inspectors to
can feel proud of itn emanating from tganl ic ic'hemte he and his beautiful mnak prompt report to the Mayor, in writing. orf
the capital of their State This in maidi tricktter outside silvisers are attempt- ail premises n,t in thecondit because we are led to believe the time ing to put upon an already more than the >reeme.rinspeiole are ioccupivIl >or vacant,
is ripe for Tallahawsi. trulybusinslike e le of lop la r t il ed'if ople oks. or by strets anti numbers.
truly businemalike example of l.ive(Ink hesiretper, (;t Mr ,ovyrnor but an curpa l e .crihall trive the name of the occu.
That we need a daily there is no huadow he'tle'di prsitence, Mr governor hut ,t and a hall report the eemdition:of theh eaid
of a doubt an end will sooti (con4e to you and your remrisns. .and whether or not a cistern is kept 'tn
ai d lprepmimse, anid the condition of the cistern if
Will Cure Consumption. kind, ruling public affairs with such there. ison.
A. A. lIerren, lin'h, Ark., writes rjugh-.shel methods as you have' dealt srtrion Anyprono.rperrmnn. flrmtfrreorm,.
A. A. Herren, Fnch, Ark., write' H: ration r-mdini within the cioripratp,,limstit of the
"Foley'sl Honey ifid 'lTair i the liest outt ill tomfe trHnmactions you may have Is of Tallahap.e. Flrr.la. who fail. nilecti or
reparation for coughs, ,,hlds arid lung to answer to th l. people for. The peo- r ) .)_he ,r.timlne, wehal thwt.erms and tni.tit.mio.i
trouble I know that it thas (U rful l who o ,,t you beautiot up as czarsa on,.an.d upon c,,nicti,,n there),f hall INw fined
umpton n th irt ta i not le than fivedollr r mre than one
never heard of any ont. uYlo. F I,,y are tmt tnin youi out and n hta udrel dollarr Sll.11.m.ni. or imprisonment in the
never heard of any onet I,. ing tti.l notitli t) clip your wing. S.i,: municipal jail for not morn e than thirty i:M4tlWla ..
Honey and Tar ahnd not Iing stisfil. or b Iththe fine aint stiiionmnent at the ih.ore-
Bold by ll Section t,. Any ortlilnnoe orr ;prrts of anv 'irdrl
See John ('tillins feir .Job. I'rinting. MCadl.' he ,tde tion 01. 'h ipte.r 4111.5, I.. w ,,f nance which may contliet in any way with thim
Th r I tiI, htbwinit th. iearno trnt f tof < cha 'h rgrel irtnllanre are herelty re.'.ahlel,
There Is just ,one of t he fini t Hand Io lot'. 'x ll or of l1n otiin y. Flo.rila., Il'asel by the ity (nutncil May 24th. li
nicest little young Itldirn in Florida ait I,-.. ,,ll.vitel .for the tiurrent year IIt, and t Isigned) W M. McINTOSI. .1I..
the reaidence of I)r. uni Mr. F. Clift.on l,,, ~I .,, ,,, tiinn ntl ',f thi, .A. mn. t, thr e *veral Attest. I re.ilent City Co'unil.
th residencett D1 r. nol M rsf. rF. CliftonII0 11 f114. for whi,'h h If.,',* h.,.)i...' I,'vi itinrnled) A. !. WII.I.IAM,. City Clerk.
Moor. She has coni lo it,1 a plertnanerit TinI a Y.ner Ip-, :T7. wi s Aplrovtve May 2?,th. It-yl.
resident, and parents and grandparents Amo '.nt i. t>i to Jiun. it, (in IllII ,14Silgndl) F ('. GILMORE. Mayor
are proud of her. May lthe live to Ie- Ialan,,, ,,. w -.


LIFE


INSURANCE

COMPANY

OF PHILADELPHIA


L. 0. FOUSE,


President.


F. B. BIDDULPH,

Tallahassee, Fla.

SPECIAL AGENT.


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Tallahas ee



furniture

Store.




WILLOW ROCKERS,
In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering
Special Bargains.


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


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


Do You Want a Horse or Mule?

CALL ON


S J. D. AY, *

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 BUGGIES
car load of as handsome
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.
SAYV 140 S. Adams St.
J. D. CAY, Tallahasse, Florida.


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If the salesman says "they are just as good as Dutchess," don't you

believe it. Come straight to our store and buy the genuine guaranteed


Dutchess Trousers.


warranty.


We are exclusive dealers in this city.


10 CENTS A BUTTON, $1.00 A RIP.


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Tallahassee,


Florida.


Peceelags ef District Ceafer*ace. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Clmrace Tewsead. LITTER TO L. N. LIVELT. C6ll 0 Boys Retra eome.
The forty-second district conference G. Myers is in the westerpa of Tuesday morning W. Clarence Town- Tallahassee, Fla. The girls from the Female College
of the M E. Church met n thi city C.G. Myers is in the westen part of send died in Jacksonville from the ef- Dear Sir: Good yarn: Howwegot our have gone home for the summer vaca-
June 5th. l'ev. J. A. Hendry of Quincy the State on business. fects of an operation performed on him agent at Delhi, N. y. tion, but ere they have gone boys begin
reached the opening sermon. Serv- Miss Marguerite Demilly has returned for stomach trouble. He was weak Gladstone & Paine were agents for to pour into Tallahassee from eve di-
es were conducted by Rev. R. N. San- to Tallahassee after a pleasant visit to from typhoid fever and unable to stand ; we mustn't t names region, also omng home for the il-
ders. Rev. F. E Steinmeyer was Monticello. t the neces operation. His body was We wanted 'em. Paine was painting days. The recent arrivals from Grant
elected secretary and F. J. Patterson When your p ing n ai brought to Tallahassee Thursday after
del. Rev r F d E Jm terwsMoWhenti ourc needs repair brought to allahassee Thursday after- his big colonial house. Said it took 10 University are: Abram McDougall,Thos.
assistant. After ap Intment of com- 'phone No. 80, ,ilips & Simpson. 14 noon at 8:16, accompanied by his fam*r- s o e n o he i Hni ra ArM Sano
itniDly. The body was met at the depot, gallons of white for the trim. Hancock, Frank Hartafield, Shannon
mitte, J. gar lson, presdi El- Mrs. W. M. Girardeu, of Monticellond fTrom there taken to the ity ceme- We sent him 10 gallons and said: If Perkins Herbert Felkel, and Miss Hat-
der, deliveredan excellent address. visited Tallahassee relatives and friends tey for interment. you get it all on, no pay; if you have tie Pertins. Mr. Samuel Sanborn is
Dr. Pasco, editor of the Christian Ad- two days this week. the p bearers were: D.G. Alford, any left, return it and pay for the rest. expected from there in a few days,
sermon from the subject, "Hold fast to Messrs. P. T. Nicholson and Clyde R. B. Orman, Jr., Hayward RjandolphAunwhforrgalons nmet ha a
the profession of our faith." spent Sunday in Quiny. W.H. Clarli A. S. Mann, Jr., and M. agency. Four or five years ago. He will remain Mr.. Sidney Diamond has
The afternoon session opened at 2.30. Rev. A. L. Woodward, of Mayo was T. Kemp. and LeeUn-
Services were conducted by Rev. A. P. among the Tallahasseeans from abroad Clarence was well known and highly nows now thathis old paint was and returned from Washingbee studying the
Johntry. Minutes of the morning ses- who attended district conference. esteemed by all Tallahassee, an s adulterated; that's why it took ten vrtlw. Mr. Crowhe hDawkinis expted
sion were read. Reportsof local preach-i Remember, pLvnicMer and others, we death came as a shock to his many Go by the name; there is but one from Lexington in a few days. From
era were received, characters passed are headquarters friends. -. name to go by: Devoe lead and zinc the University of the State of Florida
and licenses were renewed. I K Randolph & Son. New Care for Epilepsy. Yours truly, several Tallahassee boys have returned:
WEDNESDAY EVENING SESSION. Mr. Tony Burns has gone to Lanark j. B. Waterman, of Watertown, 0., F. W. DEvo & Co Robert Temple, Donald Marcus, George
'4M'is was an educational mass meet-, for a good time of two ks. rural free delivery, writes: 'My daugh- New Yor;, Ames, Luther Holloway, R. J. Evans,
ing. After prayer by Rev. A.M. Mann, Exquisite design Cut-Glass Ware ter. afflicted for years with epilepsy, P.S. More Davs sell our Pant.Jr. ad A. Cl e Evans. Their diplomas
Dr. Pasco, editor of the Florida Chris- P. T. Nicholson, t Jeweler. was cured by Dr. ing's New ife Pils. 41 from the Coge of Liberal Arts
tian Advocate, gave a very able address If you want H Co Oats or any, She has not had an attack for over two have Plumhin to do see Mr. Walter Bennett has returned
on "The Value of a Church Paper. kind of Feed St, to Tallaasee years. Best body cleansers and life en you have Plumbing to doon 1se-t from Abbeville Ga., where he has been
M ue of his retalk was ding ted towarund inMercantile Co. Th re headquarters, uggists. on earth Mrs. F. P. Woodward returned home attending a business college.
the value of such reading asioffound in k..Blimre.heesh.wn.t.
the columns of a religious paper, and Mr. Frank Ivy, a well known knight :--. from Baltimore, where she went to a ;eberts-cDearmd.
the necessity of our people reading it. of the grip, was in the city Thursday. Base all Game. hospital for an operation and treatment, berts-McDear.id.
All who heard him appreciated his He says that Tallabasse ooks busy. In the Tallaha. ssee.ase Ball Club Wednesday Miss Cora Cover, who ac-' At the home of the bride's father,
thought and language. 17 pounds Sugar for .00 at there are two teams, A and B. These companies her there and then visited eiht miles east of Quincy and fifteen
Following this address Dr. S. W Tallahass ercantile Co teams cross bats once a week for prac- relatives in Pennsylvania, also returned miles from Tallahassee, Mr. John P.
Walker sp oke on the work of the Suth- Hon. Henry Rake of Wakulla, was twice games, and in the meantime the with her perts, one of Tallhassee's foremost
erland Coege showing briefly the pro among our pleasant visitors this morn. best players are picked for line-ups We buy anything and sell everything. and popular citizens, was unitednlock the
gress made since the opening year of in against teams from neighboring cities. Be sure and see us before you buy or Miss Annie Lucretia McDearmld.
the college. He said he did not believe i he best Elastic Bok Case is the There should be some very interesting sell- matters not what it is. The ceremonies were celebrated at
he had ever seen as fine a student body Macey. Call and inspect the new feat- and exciting games between Tallahassee Tallahassee Mercantile o. eleven in the forenoon, a few select
as they have in Sutherland. He gave ures in the doors, t / and the several towns close by. Henry Brooks, colored, breathed his and intimate friends being present.
the statement of Bishop Candler, who Corbett' Furiture Store Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock last on' Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev Dr W. M. Poage tied the knot.
said: "I have ever held that you could Hons. H. N. and Nat R. Walker, ofUmpire Dickinson called the game on He was a pauper and the burial ex- The bride is one of the belles of her
not maintain a college in Florida, bu Crawfordville were among their many Camp Henderson etwen the two penses fell to the city. It is stated count and the room a popular and
our success has been marvelous, and I Tallahassee friends yesterday and to- teams of the local club The line-ups that he came from near Lloyd, Flu. well known Talihasseean The True
eAnd you can. I believe now that Suth- day. were as follows: He died at corner of Lafayette and St. Democrat offers both congratulations.
erland College will not be a school to y. t e H A Augustine streets, aged 40. --
educate young men and young ladies of Good Bread and tG reakDeviled Ham Gramling c HamlinFresh Groceries phone W T Unknown Freds.
Florida and her neighboring State only, makes good sandwich Puleston.) p Jacobin For Fresh G 8.p W T e le a
but it will become an international col- Rldolph & Son. McDougall, A b Ham Damon 'Phone No.198. C-tf There are many people who have used
lege." Speaking of thegraciousrevivals Dr. Henry E Palmer is in New York McLin .21b Watson The Very Best Remedy for Bowel rhoea Remedy with splendid results
he d there death year, he concluded by for several days on a pleasure and rec- McDougall, P ss Vanbrunt Troeble. but who are unknown because they have
saying that all through the dark places reaction trip. Bridges 31b Scott Mr M F Brrourh n old nd well utitated about iviknown because testmonal of
since the school was founded to the Cut-Glass Ware, Gold and.recious Eppes.. rf Byrd Mr M. F. Boruhs an old an well hesitated aboxperieut giving a testimonial. Theof
present time, an unseen hand had Stones. P T. Nicholson, tl* Jeweler. Vnson ........... cf .. Pierce known resident of Bluffton, Inday their experience for publication. The less
g d m be Atkinson.If Kellum "I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera people, however, are none the less
guidednot man. but God has done M r. J oh n P. Roberts and bridat Suwannee The score was 5 to 12 inm favor of B and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best friends of this remedy. They havedone
work troug men. enjoying their honeymoon at Suwannee A good game from start to finish. Next remedy for bowel trouble. I make this much toward making it a household
THURSDAY MORNING SESSION. Springs. time the teams will he more evenly statement after having used the remedy word by their personal recommenda-
Conference was called to order by the Nethersole Bracelets, the latest in matched, however, and something ex- in my family for several years I am tions to friends and neighbors. It is a
Presiding Elder at 8:30 o'clock. Relig- Jewelry. T. P. Nicholon, the Jeweler. citing is expected. never without it." This remedy is al- Rood rhedicine to have in the home and
ious services were conducted by Rev. Messrs. 1. V. W. Cob C W. Braswell ,- ------ most sure to be needed before the sum- is widely known fr its cures of diar-
After the reading andapproval of the and Dr. F. M. Bunker, of Jefferson, A Texas Wonder. mer is over. Why not buy it now and rhoea and all forms of bowel trouble.
minutes the reports and approval of others con- were among our very pleasant visitors There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's be prepared for such an emneri .ncy" ,Fr sale by all.druggists.
rning utes report, its spiritual state, c yesterday. They have all been in at- twice as big as last year. This wonder For sale by all druggists. Mr James William left last Sunday
etc., were given. A goodly number tendance at the Methodist district con- is W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 9n Miss Ruby Diamond h0as r.ttrn l for a few weeks outing on the Gulf.
gaveverencouraging reports. ference this week. pounds has grown to over l 80. Hesays: from her visit to Savannah rl hck- lid is at lanark with several other
At 11 occk an interesting sermon Phillips & Simps Plumbing Shop "I suffered with a terrible cough, and onvit to le. Tallahusse boys on a camp.
was preached by Rev. J. S. Crandell, of and Show Room po city market doctors gave me up to 'lie of consump- Miss thl e.ickett. ne of Ap lxehi- n't take our wor for it, but come
Apalachicola. his text being: "I am 14-tf tion. I was reduced to 9'l pounds, when s Ethl Pickett. e,zf a,,a.h i, al s e fo yurNelf rd you will admit
lot ashamed of the gospel of Christ, A select ss.o ment of Gold Brace. I began taking Dr King's New Discov- col ladies,returned hoanl toda.afti. alt > for yourslfrd you will admit.
wnich is the power of God unto salva- lets and Br es. P. T Nicholson, the ery for Consumption, (oughsand (olls y lai, sth wasna del'gat t. thr TWllahase e Mercantile Co.
tion to every one that belihveth." lie Jeweler. Now, after taking 12 bottles, I have a short stay She ws a delgattr. .hn To. Crawfordt on ofh
Jta o e n i a a conf,.rence'of Golden Links, which ha, Mr. .h~hn T. G, Crawford. sun of
spoke clearly and to the point. Last Friday afternoon theTallahassee completely cured n wsureight acoun am been in esionthis wek lon. Clay Crawfud. has raduated
AFTERNOON SFSSION. base ball team went to Monticello for a Tr ,,n n Mr H .M .uning. son of J. C. in law from the Univerity o Virginia


Devotional services, conducted by J. game They played, "got beat," and Tr bottle fre" .
R Crandell. The secretary rtad the returned home that night. Five of the ...
minutes and they were approved boys missed the train, but came back Wholesale Grocery Basiless.
A resolution offered before the con- in a few days.
ference, to the effect that as the Flor Something ne in Jap Rugs for the r. Cl. Stranghs e paid ak busine s
ida Advocate is not appreciated by a summer; never bere in Ta visit to Tallahassee ths week. It will
ida Advocate is not appreciated by a sunmer; never hown be re in Talla- be a matter of general regret to learn
ood number of our people as it should hassee. Will ta e plea- e in showing ba tterw s ve nera vehis fat rnI
that the able address delivered last ou something nI iugs at Corbett's .the will son remoe th wfa l
night by Dr. Pasco, editor, be published furniture Store. a;e; grocery business Tallahassee is
in hispa for instruction of the peo-aegroceryuse. a assee
in is paper for instruction of he p- Miss Buena Crawford, who has been to be congratulated on this acquisition,
pie. o cnu the very popular guest of Miss Jennie which is our loss. Monticello News.
Report of preachers wa s continued Myers for two weeks past, will return Tallahasan will gnerall welcome
t i te fo d mo nt to her home in Quincy tomorrow. Mr. Strangmesaid his fmlle y n ere He
Reports of various committees were has secured a store in the Munro opera
read, after which J. S. Crandell repre- After his address a collection was I house building, and, being an energetic
sented Apalachicola as the next place taken to go toward rep lacing the M. L business man, will surely succeed. We
of meeting of the district conference church at Crawfordville, recently de- commend Mr. Strange to our people
This place was selected. stroyed by fire. and bespeak for him a liberal pIatron-
DelFe ates to the Annual Conference FRIDAY MORnING. age. He and his family will.make a
e. te.. .t Adjournment. D.otiovalal e..r. ,valuable acquisition. so let's all receive
.aNere e ed. A Zdornm Devotional exercises were condutdthem warmly and make them feel at
SEVEING SESSION. by G. M. Lznsey, with special prayer home from fi minute they arrive here.
This was a missionary mass meeting, for Rev. T. Bradford, who has beov ill .. .- .--.-
The woman's work was represented by since comi to eoference Tere e f w
Mrs. Perkins, D. C. secretary of the Commit reports were called for, ..T. are
S. F. G. N. Missionary Society, and recehged a adopted. people who know how to take care of
Mrs. Sloan, D. C. secretary of W. H. A reslutio of thanks for tbe boasi- themselves-the majority do not. The
Missionary Society. tallty of the people of Tallahsee o- liver is a most im ortant ognnthe
ollo this was a ryable and ward the de tes ad ministers in at- body. Herbe will keep it in ndition.
kires ddres by Rev. W. G. tendafne on the conference. V. C. Simpki, Alba, T.. writ
FSlestar,,crusi3tl yJ JCuoe. He r prayw. n. 'O- be wthdyou c"l "I -- dH..iet fr a fe
*eof t eamrof t iM and we meet sain. Be etin b Rev. wor.adMWd itthe best moiait I ey e
91r Trt *0 P-s Pa soued I would not be without It. It is
o*ur wu. t ---.Ir m-a l-on& -g d for children as It in fT grown-
i tbeard hip W^ *9eWft I up* 098pl I,
b"ts : 11


Lumniin theoffice of the ommissmionor
of Agriculture. has accepted a position
with the Tallahassee drug store. Mr.
Luning and family are recently from11
Leeaburg. Fla.
A Nappy Neother
will see that her baby is I properly cared
for-to do this a good purgative is nc-
essary Mny babies suffer from worms%
and their mothers don't know it if
your baby is feverish and doesn't sleep
at night, it is troubled with worms.
White's Cream Vermifuge will clean
out these worms in a mild, pleasant
way. Once tried always used Give it
a trial Price 25 cents Sold by all
druggists.
From Mr Gaston Day, who is a grad-
uate, we return thanks or an invitation
to attend the commencement exercises,
which reads as follows: "The candidates
for the degree of doctor of medicine of
the Johns Hopkins Univesnt roqtt
your pup-ea aelntneement ex
em Teaday, June 12th 10M, at 4
o'clock, Academy of Musal, Sltlmow."
Mr. Day will always be eamidered a
one of our Tealkaise boy% aI Tafl-
basserans geumeumily eeuwuatalAts
on hi suc, esfjU igmA.
--ke.


and has gone to Louisville. Ky to visit
friends for a few days He expects to
be in Marianna Monday, where he will
he admitted to the bar, and will come
home Tuesday a full fledged lawyer.
(;ov. (ilchri"t. the urbane DeSoto
statesman. continues to dish out sweets
to the sweet. It is lucky for other gu-
bernatorial aspirants that ladies cannot
vote in Florida.- L.akelandNews
Phone or call on us bore you pur-
chase elsewhere; we ill be sure to
please you. 41ndolph & Son.
Mr. J. W. Ferrell,of Midway, large
holder of Tallahassee real estate, made
us a pleasant visit yesterday.
Fye sale
Cheap, almost new 4-b er, blue flame,
wickless Oil Stove. Ippl to
J/W. CORRrT,
2nd from Levy's.
Mr W. W. Wester. of Vereen, made
us a pleasant visit and had his name
dieto our subscription list this morn-
lag.
If you knew the value of Chamber-
hit's Salve you would never wish to be
fMMit it. Here are some of the disa-
-m for which it is Meia valuable:
t bh ,iLM iMi, elr ble, M. e.
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JOW I. CLUm VSbhm. editor on the death of bi g ,kl, lern of the fineat rawtird
usual, b lac of apaatic aii WiGu y nbeTmfnt, by which a te bi- t
EMBD tVEZY FRIDAY MORNING. sUDort. Ai d this l le to art Mm h~ o of d- n kt t. ra Sout, t~ h- 1 V
tha'itoo many underrate the ervie st Brem, a&d 0. M. Raker 111 1 AL
m" f and importance of the country editor to A& Se were destroyed, both morehan- 110
n the "statement" sent Out from the community. The country ditr is dims bousa beingarlly ced p ce-l by t
Ct roller's office to Confdner, works nearer understand b- while s a o Fenc ,d know it to We PHONE NO.
to ve with their ion war- tor is more dilrctly interested in and im. Th Methodist churh buidt. 2 PM
ta-aund 0on which ach t pay hat Raker & Sim. w 7
tag* due 2 cents before he couldfectivet ha Mkre i t a U
1 -the t rtad other and Keep in stock at rll ti
I. Fund quoted the Act of Congr mea,Wa mom al',-M
tee grthe tow lrSand he dis r or the editor? The service oft tqhe to. Had the wind bm highland f Fresh M
Sthe swm and overowed o r is r red at t s only, while frn same dret as w Vegetables, Chickens, E

y me', o t evsen rains u orml an returns t civij occu a- Th is the third fre within month ll and cleanest the market
mreMai o re rins r s "o "n -Wt1 ord cl u b Phone. :
tas a "contract" betwo n the ColM in service;, h tiu d a 4-t( r dnrevfe, drp.h
ess and the pple of Florida, the time of e or visit our stalls in
Sof which he and the Draln reservatih p r i~aof t ,
rd and the e country institution The n was a ervnt house n the market.
VIiseek brloir, ar he r" a t Arorl. DI ^ I ---AIeJ-MW
d an t t And thr are many such editors, but yard of County Judge McLeod DIM-BER CA
toad "ofthat be teve weend drai' re Some assert that the world is better Wi4 Built to order-- a. ----
bed y the Act the construction o than ever, and somearts of it may be Aorder at
River, the adtof which pi r"'" a W rwe lf
imatd by the Dston ruteesa the t' honcemarke
"ers- at "2performBut th"d..eG I ,o- ,,e r ewhen. ne y--osr oryardo feetuntyJudgen, trceeod.
adoitheflv .thla wre much in needo the politician Goods and Fixres. "It's complete." axle 3. wheel 7 feet, tre 7
caineer& s have shown that the levees hat advot, a s. d rts a of itmaybe A 8.N .Ie inhe.h^_______d oBffn U T
;%oter, u ar isot._naoralAptt


the~eamat~on of the I7srigIdeL t UWYE'n ,aidof voeth : S Alkind of Gene31racasiih-
Have these ofa, while protendin iti y; a nice horse or any kind of vehicle All ind f General Bnu
o muha tandh ureSr the acceptane will give '' outh besttid closest ing andat rykes f iTc mpt-
S ACt o r4 ra, asumed to thus living nf the i'ag .S4t,' at Christu prime 61-t ly and at reasonable prces.
S e i r aEt purport bauM thought divine wisdom sad love Nevr mtagonie newspaper, no H l
n einierto *,rb cae* preached, practiced and urd for the matter hw isignificant it may appear -M rs S h
.f t of te es benefit and alvatio o huma ity that to you.-Lakeland San. A Specialty.
bed- 'y the Act an was, that is and that is to be. There Is no better way of ibildin a
for n andhad rd the cos It is the loyal and consolentious edit. our town than giving to our home uf.
Anorsof the country at large,ditors that ness men our entire an exlsive t- H. Adkinson,
C1, ttet ptFthi/I nDe&0td to never forl t nor negeet Dublie inter ronage. The more we help each other
U It a r tp tds a en@, that oin' most to bring into pub- the more we help the town.-DeSoto New Sbep North of Keraper Stable.
tof a f1, ear 'tnonado"e lie service an encoaw e thisharacter County News.
of polUlcian and thfa charcter of Two good things-your'i9neSy And our Subscribe to The True Demeant.
Col. Raymond Coy and hsa *xceel tt preacher; that are, in fact, doing most god. Lt's exchange. bcribe to The Tre Dem t
wife, who o t cover& fM r toward the creatilo andnauintenamcetf ni -tt PHILUWpJP S oI wIMPQni.
at Jas onivtl ey wiC the Cahe io a wennent. and a better. more real n nw and second-hand F lniture..
near long her ife, art now n v alt and more faithful profession and prac- -
to their Taljaiee re v and tice of religion in the family, in the .
hdW sf ffArent, and tt i hoie byie c munity and in the chc --
daim that the change wtu rapfd re- And long life, happiness and prospero .
Atoe hr to ood heatb for the future. I ty to all loyal and honest editors; may .
Th Ca- ya n rarin atfor thdr Tsual they increase in natnber and in influ- CR E B
vlslt to their om7ortahle summer home nce untU they attain an unassailable ll l
at Pasafifa Spring. ; |position of supremacy in American G ILOR. a l DA
-I.7a-a.-n prei- s newsipa|erd o rn Dade City Star
Mr Tho If. Ha and his interesting
mad hospitable family Jeft the first of. 3 Hn P. K Yonge, member of the
the week to pass away the summer at State board of C control, lft last night
their neat and very cozy cottage at for Tallahasee and Lake City. to be fONT A TOR S AND
Rock-Landing-o By, at pleasant prMnt at a meeting of the board and AO A o
and health-iovkig Panacea Spring* to attend the commencement exercises
... ........ .. of the two State schoolN. -Pensacola And Dealers In
Hu tw(u 'l lnim Dede& and Townhi Plat A A
AI4uo waa er. e sp eees arenow to b'e mcured at this ofie.
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experts
Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the s
Don't Forget V anBrunt Demilly and perform all11 that is recluired of us in this line. We also mak
when looking for good values. PLUM BI N(
and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position
sanitary goods. and have them installed by thoroughly competent
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.
White Lawns,. 5. H.8 10, 12J. 15 and 20c '


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A Fine Line of Ladies Short Sleeve and Strap Under Vests,
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TRUE IIMOChAT. 'I S a aO. Lethe, 5.L
Ol^ S ULLD A man is worth Jst as much as he Is
Tma Mm v r uymDTM gyLood e The evill Is of no value.
4S.omemen e.rtaily can te at their
Nermei7 f Mu same L W9 m neighbors as themselves, adl maore -
Sthe death of Emma L. WilMson, eld* In eempaign times.
tw of Mr. W. R. Wilmon,after If the Bible is not true, shw us a
.of a few mon.t or eodigty book that it. If we discard the Bible,
O*e of its best and most active what are we going to swept in its place.
She was a devout member It is impossible for a Chrl n to
the Presbyterian church for about store up in hia own narrow aphere the
enty-five years, and for many years riches of God' grace; we mantgive
a h lading part in all hurch work, off something to the world. A Chria.
ready and willing to do her duty. tian man, like a sheep, must be sheared,
ow thedevotonof a true Christian or he is apt to smother to death.
to the welfare of her church If all the fools should have perished
of her society. We. the members ten years ago, it no doubt would have
th Lades' Aid Society of the Pree- reduced the enumerations on oureensus
Brnan church, books at present.
Resolved, first, That we will ever
sh the memory of our sister as an The happiest man on earth is the onei
ve and useful member of our soei- that can go to his humble home at night
Swe will also strive to emulate her and, surrounded by a family he dearly
deeds, with the abiding hope of loves, can cross his feet on the mantel,
I. no man a cent an I have earned an
Second, That we extend to the be- honest dollar today." Contrast this
ved family and relatives our deep with the physical and mental wrecked
tian sympathy and assure them of millionaire, ivin on crackers and wa
praer ster, offering $1,000,000 for a stomach,
Thir That these resolutions be pub- who, perhaps, has ruined his digestion
hed in our local paper and a copy be by taking on too much lamp oil.
orded in our minutes. One cannot enjoy a religious service
Mrs. L. C. YAEGER, while the mind is centered on worldly
Mrs. W. S. QUARTERMAN. affairs. We must worship God in spirit
Mrs. ALEXANDER McDOUGALL, and in truth.
Committee. Campaign times teach us that there '
-^^^^are all kinds of men in the world: Some I
ORS1SI 0460U 0l 1AM NSIIl U with a No. 8 head and a wero character,
You should call at the establishment some with an ax to rind, only to chop
E4 J. D. Cay, opposite Masonic Temple, grindstone, and some with true, honest
*hea in want of Horses, Buggies, or principle, worthy to fill the most honor- I
able positions. Then we have bargain-
Barness. counter men: Some on the cheroot
He carries the best assortment of counter, some on the whiskey shelf,
some on the poll-tax racket; others
Suggies in Middle Florida, which he willing to vote for the man that offers
ulls at reasonable prices, and on favor- them the best position and most favors,
dble terms to responsible parties etc. Then we have some that stand foray
Able terms to responsible parties. the principles of right, who cannot be i
misled or deceived. A man that will
His stock of Harness is new and up to buy a vote, or a man that will sell his
ate, and includes any and all articles vote would not make a second-cla"s
Mt his line needed for county and city scare-crow in torment and o t to be
hung up by the heels until his nose
se. would bleed him to death. God deliver
In Heavy Harness he has no rival. us from ths poitcacorrupton.
To turpentine and mill men he offers A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good.
goods made especially for their use, and "I have been afflicted with kidney
and bladder trouble for years, passing
tWrces that cannot be duplicated, gravel or stones with excruciating
In his Stables are to be seen as fine a conl operator A.ofH. Buffaloe we "1 got nown
lot of drivers, single and double, as relief from medicine until I began tak-
ing Foley's Kidney Cure, then the result
ere ever brought to this city. was surprising. A few doses started r
Call on him and examine his stock. the brick-dust-like substance and now I r
.... -,- have no pain across my kidneys and I "
Outwits the Surgeon. feel like a new man. It h:.s done me
A complication of female troubles *,.000 worth of good." Foley's Kidney
with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, Cure will cure every form of kidney or
had reduced Mrs. Thomas S. Austin, of bladder disease Sold by all dealers.
leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable i
condition that her doctor advised an op- l'oA RENT ive-rm huse in
*ration; but her husband fearin fatal Long's Grove Ad itio"separate kitch-
results, postponed this to try Electric en, good porches, Rte well water, sta-
Bitters, and to the amazement of all bles, etc Appty on premi.es. C H.
who knew her, this medicine completely Cox. 15-2t
cured her. Guaranteed cure for torpid Lanark Ball.,
liver, kidney disease, biliousness, jaun- Pretty invitations have been scattered h
dice, chills and fever, general debility, broadcast this week from Lanark on-
nervousness and blood poisoning. Best the-Gulf. They are uotten up in a style u
tonic made. Price 50c, at all druggists. that is neat and dainty. On the inside o
Try it. is the invitation, which reads as follows: ti
Sheriff Bird Complimented. "Now please consider this a call A
At the May meeting of the county To ask you to the Lanark ball,
commissioners Sheriff D. B Bird was Which takes place on the 9th of June,
called before that body and some ver By special permit of the moon
called before that body and some very A'stroll, a swim, a sail for two; a
nice things said to him He was in- Now don't forget, it's up to you." al
formedthat his activity and vigilance A goily number of young people ex-
had brought in enough money to pay all pect a big time on tha ,oung eone ex-
expenses of the spring session of the pec a ig tmeon that ccsin. a
circuit court, and a nice balance left Olives, Pickles, es, Candies and
over, making it unnecessary to touch Fruit. T HRandolph & Son. A
the money that comes to Jefferson
county from the State for the convicts
from this county. It was stated that
this was the first time such a thing had
ever happened, and the sneri ffwas THE JOY OF LIVIN4
highly commended for his work in gg I IXTt *A
bringing about a condition so favorable
to the taxpayers and to the county EN,
treasury. In a time when it is the
fashion to "roast" our public servants, 1ma.-
these well-earned compliments must
have been gratifying to Sheriff Bird.
The News takes pleasure in giving
deved publicity t t his gracious act*
of the board, and hopes that Sheriff
Bird will deserve and receive further
cammendation for his efficiency. -Mon-
ticello News.
Cared of Bright's Disease.
George A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills
Lawrence county, N. Y.. writes: "I
had kidney disease for many years and
had been treated by physicians for
twelve years; had taken a well known A T D URR r
kidney medicine and other remedies A GUARANTEED CURE for sl
that were recommended, but got no re- wD UVER and IMPURE SIin
Uef until I began using Foleya Kidney with Anic, Calomel and Subnin
lief ni oley Kwhich vitiate the blood, debilitate
Cure. The first half bottle relieved me m bad symptoms which require
and four bottles have cured me of this *eealan c
terrible disease. Before I began taking p olon, isrbut Aterllm
water about every fifteen minutes, day p
and night. and passed a brick-dust sub- *n


stance and sometimes a slimy sub- y
stance I believe I would have died if
I had not taken Foley'a Kidney Cure."
gold by all dealers. Mr. L. A. hk, Id
@~Is& ead f ordeb most
A'^rtain school teacher in Alachua & new" f.A doM so
OUty is said to have received the fol- a Sdt I la m i
wing note recently from the mother e h ?cdthist W medl m
of one of her pupils: "Doer Miss, You
write me about whipping Sammy. I TAIKE IT
hereby give you esaio to beet bhim w
by time is necessary to ler him *
M HeisJostlkehisfather-you
t leam him with a club. Pound SaU hrd -W
into him. I want him to gt it,
't pay no atenshun to what his *
eanys. I'll handle him."-School
fc^~i~^^Stog Me& 1,l^^ ^^^ ^


Mill! I I I
Don't It your M oer with that
an when you a mar It with Bal-
isn Horehound r 8J p a sure cure
wzI mBy a bote
B. B. LMaught Byhalia, Miu
writes: "I have two eqlten who hat
croup. I tried manydifferemt remedies,
but must say your B Horeho-nd Syrup
is the beat cerou and eot a medicine l
overused." Sold by alld uggtits.
1,000 Chie and 6,000 bushels Corn
wanted by Ju lj, at
Ta% Moer, antile Co.
Lao STANCE TLUNOML
Use the long dista e telephone,
Connections can be given to any point
on the Southern Bell System. Public
long distance telephone at Central office:
Coupon ticket books sold at a discount.
Apply at Teiephone offce.
43-tf W. L. MOOR. Manager.
Warehou Sterege.
I am now prepared to store in my
clean and dry warehouse any kind of
good, furniture or article one may wish
stored away for safe keeping.
R. A. SHINE,
6tf At Armory Warehouse.
For Sale or Beat.
The Houstoun Home Place, one mile
east of the city. For particulars, ap-
ply to
35-tf J. P. S. HOUSTOUN.
Position for G*d4 Nant
A good reliable man wanted. Good
position and good pay for the right kind
of man. AddressP. 0. Box 454, Tals-
hassee, Fla. 14-tf
shoert's sae.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-
tion issued out of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit of Florida n and for the
county of Lo n a n a o iMed thre-
In. wherein Alfred Gode s plantiff ad Its
McCormick is defendant, have leied upon and
will sell at public outcry before1 te county court
house door. in the city of Tallahassee. In said coun-
ty. to the highet bidder for cash. on the 2nd da
of July. A. D. 1906, between the hours of 11 o'clock
a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m.. the undivided one-half
interest of H. M. McCormick in and to all that
part of lot No. 45, in the northwest addition of
said city. described as follows, to-wit: Beginning
at the northwest corner of said lot, run thence
east 85 feet and six inches, thence mouth 100 feet
and nine inches. thence west 85 feet and six inches*
and thenee north 100 feet and aIne inches to the
place of beginning. Purchaser to pay for deed.
CHASE. HOPKINS,
14-St Sheriff of Said County.
Notice of Publication.
DEPARTMENT OF TH INNT10ERIO.
LAND OrnFICE AT GAINVILLS. FLA.,
May 14, IWs.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
laid proof will be made before clerk Circuit Court
at Tallahaspiw. Fla., on June 2,:4. I.it. vit:
E. E. Whaley. as Guardian for the heirs of Mary
A. Adam, deceased, of Tallahasse. Fla., Hd.
?W79, for the18 of NEt a N'. of E814 See. IS..
R. 2 LE.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land vii:
Amos Alexander. 1. R. French, Y. A. Shuler of
Ntwpoit, Fla.. C. A. Cay of Tallahi 'ee. Fla
W. G. R..IIN5soN.
Regist.r.
Administrator's Notice.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL C'REI)-
itors. legates. ldistriiiuteem and all e ,pero
having claim, or demands againti the estate of
Mary J. McMahon, deceased, late ,of Leon county.,
F'orida, to presentt such claims or deimandi to thi,
uniermi.ned within two year- from this da >therwi e same will he forever barred. This 81st
lay of May. A. 1). 1.4C;.
LII'lS (. YAE(GH.
Adm nistrator (urn testanint iinerxo (f the Es-
tate of Wary J. McMahon. June 1. 1o.- 14-.t
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICF.
Notice i hereby given to all cresditors. lerateem
tnd distrihutees of the etate of Harriet It. Stay-
ier. deceased. late of L en count). Florida. anl tn
il persons having claims or demandsi against said
mtate, to irtsent same, according to law, within
wo years from thisdate, the 2'th 'lay of Febru-
kry. A. 1). lil6. otherwise all much claims will he
forever charred.
W. A I FMILLY.
kdmintistrator of the estate of Htrrivit R. Stayner.


VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT


DOWLING PARK
"WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER"
MKERAL SPRINGS, HOTEL AND COTTAGES
Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Rui^
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shay
Pavillions. Boats, etc
RateS RasconabIl 17 Miles from Live Oak, on Live Oak, Perry &
Rates nRnabI lUr Gulf R. R. Connection at Live Oak with all Tralu
Adme..s PARK HOTEL, DOWLING PARK, FLA, u.
June 1 4 m .

Me. GOODMAN,

RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR,
Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,,"

Monroe Street.

Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car,
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.


Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty.
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.


Cleaning and


Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mers
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 25ec
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-,A Cup of White Hous or Blue LaMl
Noca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at break fast time. and every
f ine knows that only goxl grocers keep
giX'l coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous Just as good as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds godxi throughout our entire stack.
2 We sell nothing but the best of food
products -those we have tested our-
selves, and no can stand by them.
oR J W C"I.I.INs, Grocer.



CONSTANTINE HOUSE,


Rates $1.00 Per Day.


Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.

W. L. STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prop.


J. H. HORTON

ONE DOOR LAST OF W. U.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE.

Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work


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All work in the line of
Roofing. Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
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Opening


PATTERN HATS


Wednesday, Mar. 14ti.

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149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee, Florid4


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A Handsome Bronze Metal

HAT RACK,

A convenience and ornament In. any home, Price $3.00


Stone Lined White Mountain Refrigerators.


ICE BOXES OF ALL KINDS.


We carry an immense line of Mosquito Canopies, from $1.00 on up to Bobinets.

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