The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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NO. 19.

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

LEtTTE FROM to be sed- Two yea ao I mad.
lZ Z FRO' M ~request of the Aricultural partmne
HON. W. B. LAMAR. here to have a soil surveymadeof Leo
county and my request was based upo
a .a ptetiton sent to me by certain citizen
Ih a actestlel na ra y requested of the Ar
as Aimter Sayr. cultural Department that they establii
# House of Representatives U. S., a tobacco experiment station in Leo'
Washington, D. C., June 29. county. I think this will be done, al
Editor True Democrat, Tallahassee, Fla. though I am not at this time quite sur
Delr Ini hme lastissu ofo of it. I will make an earnest effort t
Dear Sir: In the last Issue of have an extended development of to
paper you give the vote for Mr. Stepens bacco raising in Leon county, that th
ar mysel Inthe late Congressional same prosperity that has fallen t
primary. You state that my majority Gadden countymay be also the rear
over Mr. Stephens is 2,961 votes. You f the Leon county peoplthe rewa.
evidently copied the statement first i feel quite sure, from the character
printed in the Pensacola Journal, which of feel quition sure the pharacte
Swas erroneous and was afterwards cor- iof vyour opposition-in.tep thf t ure
rectly printed in that paper. In the il have your opasposition inbuth futur
statement ou publish, ou credit mean my political asprations, but I desir
with only votes in Jefferson count hat the taxpayers of Leon county ana
withonly votes in Jeerson county r the land owners and the citizens gener
when my vote in that county was real ally, shall see that while you oppose m
629 votes. This would make my major- Ladidacy I am working in their behalf
ity 3,361 votes over Mr. Stephens in the thiar atra rkangeer good.
lateprimary; and that, I think, isa very orill mail you some of and eneral ood
goo majority indeed. If you were a mal ust s soonese soared pubve
candidate for State printer in a Demo- amhlet jut as awn as they'are pub
cratic primary and were beaten by that is am verd. tr
majority. I think you would consider I am very truly ours,
yourself as rather badly left in the race. M. Thid D it BFLAMAR,
A very active effort for a year past M. C ThirdDistt of Florida.
was made in the Third Congressional Feel Impending Doom.
District against me on the 4uiet by my The feelinoim n
opponents, and I had but two weeks to The feeling of i. pending doomin th-
canvass the district before the primary. ease and diabetes has been chanegd t
And when I canvass the Third Con- thankfulness by the benefit derve
gressional District this fall and explain from taking Foley's Kidney Curer. I
to the people of Leon county,andtothe will cure inc FipientBright's iseasey Cureand
people of the other counties, the money diabetes and even in the worst c dease ans
they are losing by railway overcharges diabetes and even in the worst caes
railway discrimination and railwayover- lives comfort and relief. Slight disor-
capitaization, and the effort that have diabetes in its worst form," writes
madehere for three years and recently Marion Lee, of Dunreth I tried
also to have these gross abuses cor- eight physicians without relief. Only
reacted, I think my majority in the next three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure
primary probably will be larger than it made me a well man Sold by a I dal-
was at the recent primary. e r
When the people of Leon county and rs.
the Third Congressional District, and of Kansas Offcers and Liqlor Dealers.
all Florida, and o all the Unieted States, If some Florida dry counties would
find out fully and completely the full show a sentiment and determination to
extent to which hey are imposed upon enforce prohibition laws as they do in
and extorted from by railway over force prohibition laws as they do in
charges and discriminations, and esec- Kansas, we believe prohibition could
iallyoverinflation and overcaita and would be enforced. Read how vio.
i..ly over-inflation and over-capita iza- lators are handled there, and by officials
tion of railway values, they will be toors if you phandlease
thoroughly and justly angered at such a The Anti-Saloon crusade at Kansas
state of affairs; and when they fully City, KAnt was renewed Thursday withKansas
and completely see the extent of my increasi Kan., wa renewed Thursday ith
efforts here for three years past and ra stocks of liquor addton to defix-
recently to get these abuses corrected, troy w i^: .
I think they will sustain me in future tures, W. Trickett, the assistant at-
Congressional primaries. And even tourney general, appointed by Governor
thoungressional primaries. not favorable at Hoch to enforce the prohibition law, to-
all to my candidacy for Congress, you day threatened to demolish saloon build-
will be compelled by the very nature of wings if the owners persist in renting
the facts and the showing to either their places to thebuidi salreoon men. Many
throw your support in my behalf, or in fbre thwinese budcoans are owned by the
tht 'scale for whoever will be placed; brewt companies Today Attorney
against me as a Con ressional compete Tricket beganseiding out warnings to
tor in the primary, backed by the rai- property owners.
Sr yi ..This is to notify vou," reads the
his railway support means, pm warning, "that if you permit said prem-
rily, theaailway lawyers and thronut ises to be again used for the sale of in-
of-State railway influences. whose toxicating liquors, so as to make Reces-
hands, though unseen, are nevertheless scary the issuance of a second writ of
felt in the politics of the Third Con- abatement, I shall order the premises
gressional District and all over the State uficiently abolished so that no thiad
of Florida The other railway influ- trip will he necessary, and, in addition.
fences that I allde to, with som exce-fl wi cite you for contempt of court in
tions, are such persons as these railway aiding and assisting the violation of the
lawyers can control and influence, and There are about 100 saloons in Kan
as many newspapers as tey can impose sas City, Kan., about 5o of which have
The railways of Florida are over- been c osed.
capitalized more than one hundred per A portion of the property was de-
cent to the mile The railways of the stroyed Wednesay, and Thursday the
United States are over-capitalized in officials continued to spill liquor and
the same way over one hundred per break up costly bars, tables and other
cent to the mile. And upon this enor- -urniture- ... ^..
mouse burden of fictitious stocks and Will Interest Many.
bonds, and of fraudulent inflation, the Every person should know that good.
people of Leon county and of eve health is im sible if the kidneys are
other county in the Third Congressional Ftn o m bley's Kidney Cure will
district, and of every other county in dera d ley Kidney Cure wl
the State of Florida, are paying ar. un.- cure kidney and bladder disease in every
just tribute in the way of too h'gh rail- form, and will build up and strengthen
.way charges 'They are paying divi- these organs so they will perform their
dends on stocks and interest on bonds funct. as properly No danger of
owned by railways and those to whom Brizht's dis.a-e or diabetes if Foley's
they have sold them, and one-half of kidneyy Cure is taken in time. Sold by
these railway bonds and railway stocks all dealer. .
is pureover-capitalization and ficetitious: Here is a minister who appreciates
value, having no just basis in law or in the editor. At recent editorial con-
morals. The people will not always en- vention he offered the following toast:
dure this exhausting taxation to pay min- "'To save an editor from starvation
terest on bonds and dividends on stocks take his paper and pay for it promptly.
by overcharges on passenger fares and To save him from bankruptcy, advertise
freight rates. Whatever candidate is in his paper liberally To save him
put out against me will have the basis from despair, send him every item of
of his support primarily in the offices news of which you can get hold. To
of the leading railway lawyers in the save him from profanity, write your
Third Congressional district A part of correspondence plainly on one side of
my congressional service here has been the sheet and send it in as soon as pos-
in working for legislation that will cor- sible To save him from mistakes,
rtct these grave and enormous evils to bury him. Dead people are the only
the people of our district, ones who never make mistakes."
I will be in Tallahassee in about a ---.--- -_-_-_-_-
week, and I hope to bring with me Dr. Old Chremilc Seres.
Galloway, the chief of the Bureau of As a dressin for o chr-i .ore.
Plant Industry here. He will vist Athr i nothdin. g so rod as Chamber-
Gad den county, if he comes to Florida, lain's Salve While it is not advisable
to witness the tobacco growing thee, to heal old sores entir-ely nt .shl
and I hope to induce him to leon county be keta ... or.d condition, for. which
also and witness the tobacco growing in aet iao e opdiy v lorw h
that county tsira balve ir especially valuable Fors
In the course of two or three eks a ale y ~ rursts.
pamphlet will be issued by the Depart- Mr. Sparkman has attended to his
ment of Agriculture here, treating o the duties at Washington with his usual ef-
soils in Leon county and theiradaptation ficiency, gathering a couple of very
4 to the different tobaccos,the filler and the handsome public buildings for his con.

wrapper leaf. Accompanying this pam- stituents and seeing that otherdistricts
plot will be a very fine map, in colors, were helped. He is, as always, a most
of Leon county, showing the location of efficient member of the House, attend-
the different clauses of land. It is also ing to every interest entrusted to him
a fine road map of Leon county. This with the same active arid constant fidel-
S soil survey was made in the past two ity which has made him so dervedly
years. and the pamphlet is almost ready popular. -Tampa Times.

a DISASTROUS andtownships33, 34 and 35, range 29.
it Most of the townships are high, no
On OF DRINA.AGL. swamp to drain, and running from one
in wto two hundred feet above sea level.
M Most of these townships are covered
ThrowsLads Ope to... estrct with a growth of average second-class
...i. LBpino timber, studded with clear lakes,
h by Fire-CSU-U ole0ner Kig, of which naturally drain themselves in a
n DeSoet, Talles a Similar southerly direction."
I- Posllde. Then, in direct opposition to the
e drainage scheme of Governor Broward,
o Commissioner King says:
. That the drainage of the Everglades "The soil is a sandy, thirsty soil. and
e and the lowering of Lake Okeechobee needs irrigation more than it needs
o is impossible, because the. lake is con- drainage.
d nected with the ocean by .. subterranean In affant's opinion the section cov-
netee with tne ocean by lunterranean db these townships would not be
r channels, and that. even if accomplished, benefited in the slightest way by the
I the results would be disastrous to the lowering of the general water level
e more valuable class of lands affected, is south of this section. In fact, it would
e the conclusion reached by Charles F. rather injure the lands than benefit
d McQuaig, of Orlando, them.
- u Mr. MQuai i a native of Alabama, "In affiant's opinion a considerable
Sbut since 1870 hasa lived in South Flor- section of Polk county, north of'the
f ida. He is engaged in the real estate drainage district, needs drainage more
Business, and his work in that connec- than the townships described above.
y tion has carried )him through a greater This evidence, coming from a man
- part of the drainage district affected by who as a public official has devoted
Governor BrowMd's scheme. Several the last twelve years of his life to im-
times he has made especial trips, in the proving the section of the country he
company of engineers, through that see- claims the carrying out of the drainage
tion of the country, and is considered a plan would injure rather than benefit,
witness most competent to discuss the is of a character which cannot be disre-
conditions that are set about the drain- garded by those who are interested in
e in of the Everglades. the progress of the scheme of Governor
With the exception of the data re- Broward. -- .-
garding the subterranean channels that Bowel Complaint ln Children.
connect Lake Okeechobee with the un .ci
t ocean, the affidavit of Mr. McQuaig During the summer months children
suortsin detail those filed by Engin are subject to disorders of the bowels
Seer hristo her Malinh formlerd mentor which should receive careful attention
J W. Whiden and Mr. S. Bullock, a oon a the firt unnatural looeles
es ecially as regards the disastrous re- of the bowels appears. The best medi-
ts f carrying out of the prese cne in use for bowel complaint is Cham-
suits ,lf carrying out of the present brlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
TIDES IN LAKE. Remedy, as it promptly controls any
S' unnatural looseness of the bowels. For
In leaking of the facts which argue sale by all druggists. *
for a direct connection between Lake .
Okeechobee and the ocean, Mr. McQuaig Not Complimentary to Public Of0cers.
says: Richard Canfield, the most notorious
"The afflant believes that the drain- gambler in the country, and one whose
age of Lake Okeechobee and the Ever- investments in gaming establishments
glades can never be successfully accom- run into the millions, is authority for
polished, for the reason that, in his opin- the statement that even a "square"
ion, Lake Okeechobee is connected with gambling game is a "sure thing" for
the ocean by subterranean channels, the house that operates it. not so much
and that this connection is proved by by reason of the percentage in favor of
the existence of a tide in Lake Okee- the man running the game as by reason
chobee. of the fact that, once the gambling f
"He has frequently visited Lake fever has grasped its victim, he is sure i
iOkee whobe erA l11 n orth to return to the tables, only to event. .
shores, and i erved the tide ually lose any winnings he may hav
running up into th ceek fifteen miles, made. If the victim should be a loser
as far back as Pete Robinson's, near he returns to the tables in the hope of
the old Tyler battleground; and that on "getting even." I
several occasions, when camped near There are but few communities in
the mouth of this creek, he has noticed which gambling in tolerated, fewer still
this tide when there was no wind blow- in which the gamblers are allowed to "
ing run "wide open," anrd to the credit of
DISASTRO'S TO CrYPRHFe. our country be it said, thesphere of the
S,, gambler i rapidly being reduced. Pri-
Affiant further -vs," continues the vate gambling cannot be prevented, but e
tfidavit of Mr. Mcuaig. "that the ames open to all corners can and should y
lowering of the general water level of be suppressed in all enlightened com- t
this section would affect different classes munities s
of land in different ways, benefitting Pensacola, together with other cities,
certain classes and injuring others has more than once been blackened by
"The cypress timber is serinouly in- crimes that can be charged directly, if u
jured by drainage, as it exposes the not to the gamblers themselves, to the A
timber to fires which, at certain seasons fact that gambling existed in the com-.
of the year, sweep over all this terri- munity, and the sl oradic efforts of the S
tory. That he has seen two sections of authorities to su press the evil have not I
fine cypress lands along the Blue Cy- been permanently successful. y
ress ake, on the edge of the Upper The only way gambling can be eradi- u
t. Johns valley, a little north of the cated is by concerted and energetic ac. e
drainage district, that caught fire in a tion against the gamblers, and that I
ver dry time and were burned up such action has not been taken, in view
"The drainage of pine timber lands of conditions which are not only known r
is also extremely injurious to the tim- to exist, but which are common talk, is t
ber, and he has seen large areas of anything but complimentary to the of-
pine woods in sections of the country ficials to whom the people have en-
of which two-thirds of the pine timber trusted the enforcement of the laws.
growing upon it was burned and d(- and to whom they look for protection t
stroyed. from vice and crime of every descrip- n
DANGEROUS TO MUCK LANDI. tion. -Pensacola Journal. v
"The drainage of muck lands," con.- ".m C. -......... s a f
tinues Mr. McQuaig in the affidavit, scambl.Commiss ers sta
"unless the same are immediately pro- Good. t
tected, by cultivation, is also dangerous, The members of the old Board of i
as the muck, being a peaty formation, County Commissioners,. who went out a
burns regularly and cannot be put out of office some two years ago, ar who a
unless by a regular flood the State Auditor says have overdrawn e
"He has seen thousands of arres of what is allowed them by law, willeither
fine muck land the surface of which was settle up the amounts overdrawn at an a
lowered two or three feet by reason of early date, or else suit will be insti- T
fire, in many places the muck burning tuted. Such were the instruction given e
to the sand bottom, the county attorney at a recent meeting "
"The same applies to the prairie of the board, and that official has nota- b
lands, the soil of which is very light fled all of them of his instructions.
and poor. It requires water to keep the Some of the gentlemen, who at on.' ii
grass growing on them, as when the time held office, are due the county over i
prairies get very dry, the grass dries $70M, and no one less than $2Oi.
up and is of no value for grazing pur- Some months since the county auditor t
poses." examined the books and accountsof the n
These conclusions, based solely upon county, and found that the commission- d
facts that the affiant has himself ob- ers had all overdrawn what was allowed
served, support the conclusions reached them by law The amount allowed is n
by engineers working from cause to ef- $1I00 per year in addition to per diem ci
fect. Mr. McQuaig has lived in that I and mileage. The $11li is for services in
lower part of the St-te for :36 years. rendered in the inspection of bridges g
and his affidavit, owing to his aibolute road', etc hut it had bten far exceeded tl
familiarity with the section, is of all by all and they were called upon for a o
the more value, settlement. All of the members of the p
sIJPPOKTiN; TESTIMONY present board settled, the amount turned tl
over to the treasury on this account o
Supporting test itnon of Mr. McQuag beg somewhere about $2,t10. The it
is the affidavit of Mr W illiam King, for members of the former hoard were then w
seven ears a member ,f th., Board of asked to settle, but up to the present T
C4,unty d ommissiners of DeSoto cou- time have failed to comply, andnuw the
ty, for five years and at preser.t thtri county will ii..titut&. suit if the money
chairman and a mar. whoha ever been i not p.id The amount due from all k
Interested in all that pertains to the the olA cr'itim;'.4ioners is 12,142.70 h
w welfare of that section of the State. ih p n ., p, .i, f .1.. ..r! 1... ... h.

Mr King is a fruit grower, living at a't.... .... --
Avan Park, and in speaking of the ef- Mr. Rot.ert HF. Lane, the popular pre- w
feet of drainage on the lands in the dis- scriptiori c'.' ,,'k f the Tallahassee Drug B
trict tie says, among other things: Store. has ji..ceptted a similar positionII p
"The affiant is thoroughly familiar in Blakely. l.i.. and left for that place v
with townahipi 3X1, 4 and 36, range 21, Sunday


Same Apprpriatles aaud MilUa a
b ykIlier Last Tor.
The County Commissioners met in
regular session Tuesday, July 3d, in the
office of the County Clerk in the court
There were present at the meeting,
E. C. Smith, chairman; John A. Andprs.
John C. Moore, W. D. Stoutamire and
W. A. Register.
The regular routine of business was
carried out as usual.
The resignation of Mr. E. T. Scrugge
as inspector of marks and brands at the
village of Chaires, was tendered to the
board in writing, and was accepted.
Mr. W 0. Ames, tax assessor, ap-
peared before the board and asked until
the next regular meeting of the board
to have the tax rolls completed. Same
was granted.
The appropriations for the fiscal year
beginning July 1st, 1906, were the same
as last year, and as follows:
General revenue ... 3 mills *
Fine and forfeiture. 11 mills
Roads and bridges 1I mill
County schools------..... 7 mills
A motion was made by W. A. Regis-
ter, seconded by J. C. Moore, and car-
ried, that index ng records of clerks, as
per petition filed, be given to P. V.
Lang at a monthly salary of $75.00.
In the matter of claim of W. N. Cog-
gins against Leon county for injury to
Loise, at Munson's Slough bridge, Mr.
W. A. Register was appointed as a com-
mittee of investigation. He made his
report, whereupon the board declined to
entertain the claim.
A roller top desk from the clerk's of-
fice was sold, on motion, to W. A. Reg-
ister for $16.00, that being the most
The letting of contract for building
the bridge across the Ocklocknee river
at Fairbanks ferry was deferred for
future action.
A Nista len idea.
The Tribune is in receipt of a letter
from Mr. J. Emmett Wolfe, private
secretary to Governor Broward, in
which he claims that the Tribum has
miastated the facts, in a speciait*em
Areadia, concerning the recent hanging
of Albert Simmons, the statement com-
plained of being as follows:
"The case of Simmons is notable as
the only one involving the death pen-
alty which the State Pardoning Board
has not interfered with in this State in
a term of years "
Mr. Wolfe submits a list of the legal
executions in this State in the past two
years, numbering 12 in all, and asserts
hat these facts show that the Tribune's
statement was entirely incorrect.
Mr. Wolfe evidently mistakes the
meaning of the word "interfered" as
used in the Tribute's Arcadia corre-
spondence. The Tribune's correspond-
'nt certainly did not mean to say that
Simmons was the only man who had
een hanged in Florida in a term of
years. By the word "interference as
used by him he evidently meant consid-
'red delayed, or held up by the State
Pardoning Board.
If the Tribune's information is cor-
rect. Simmons' case was not appealed
o the pardoning board at all. In this
particu ar it certainly was unique in
Florida criminal procedure.
Of the twelve cases of legal execu-
ion cited by Mr. Wolfe, the Tribune
notes only one, that of Simmons, in
vhich some effort was not made by
friends or attorneys of the condemned
nan to secure a commutation of sen-
ence from the pardoning board, there
s generally consideration by that board,
md this consideration involves delay,
nd frequently postponement, of the
In the caseof Edward Lamb, of Man-
tee county, cited by Mr. Wolfe, the
'ribune distinctly remembers that the
execution was held up a long time, pend-
ng consideration by the pardoning
The case of Isham Edwards was also,
f we mistake not, before the pardon-
ng Board sr a considerable period.
Perhaps Mr. Wolfe will claim that
he execution of Isaiah E. Cooper has
ot been "minterfered with" by the par-
oning board.
Appealsto the State Pardoning Board
early always mean a delay in the exe-
ution of the mandate of the law; not
frequently they mean cheating the
allows of a victim. So generally has
his idea become that the first recourse
f a condemned man's lawyers is an ap-
eal to the said board. And, because
his course was not adopted in the case
f Simmons, his caae became a curioe-
y and worthy of the special mention
whichh it received in the Tribune.-
ampa Tribune
All the World

nows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
as no superior for rheumatism, stiff
points, cuts. sprains, lumbago and all
gains. Buy it. try it and you will al-
Says use it Anybody who has ueed
salard's Snow Liniment is a living
roof of what it does, All we ask of0 -
ou is t, get a trial bottle. Price 21%
0e and $1 (. Soujd by all druggists


toe -PRI-

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J"M3 cLLMWS, IFleries,.
atered a Second Clae Matter March 31. 190., at
the Pot OMee at Tsllahasee. Plortla. under
At of Congree of March S. 1479.
Oee In Telephone Building. Corner Adam and
Clinton streets. Telephone No. ler,

Maueracption, 11.00 Per Yer, In Advance
Advertiala Rates on Appliestkni

The Tree democrat is the Offscl Newespwer
of Len County.

Tallaassee, Friday, July 6, 196.

The wise politician always heeds the
known demand of the people
Col. Nat. I. Walker is an announced
candidate for reading clerk of the. next,
House of I(epresentative.
Who play Govwernor when Mr. Brow-
ard is out of town? lHe is ab 'rnt from
his office, too, a goodly nurrlmber o* days
Hon. W It. Dorrmann, of SuwIant.v.-
county, is being often named a-i a poi-
nible candidate for speaker of the ni xt
IHoume of Itepremsntativ.n of Florida.
The deedn and doings rof our "riuch-
ly beloved" state administration at
Tallahamietk is bearing a very ,trikirV.
reasernblanes to) the product of a <(ticagoe
packing house. .Jackxonill. l'iridiun.
ve'rv Floridian should have the iTr'ir
I)emocrat visit them regularly) It ', !
rinwnliluper published at the' capital, il-0
vocating the pl' of Florida. Florila ri,, ew ra
pleaume copy.
T"' flrr4t is. omi of th ,e W, h;.t.; ,' n
Verdif.t, a very riahtly pririt.d an l
Flew 1y `n1w riW WipipMl.*r pU11 -lheid lit
-'hiplcy, ha arrived at this ,fthu, aw ill
we take pleasure in aidl;nig it to ursiix.
change list
TalI lahaulsee(got patritit t Iair. < every
businessM houe, including the drug-
stores, ,iel,sdl Wednte day iaft'errinor. i
and those who did not gi intot, t hi crOi-
try to Amne pwn'nic< tf-,k in th, gmrtw of

Mr. Joseph Jennings, of Miami, in a The Pensaca papers of last Sunday The Tallahassee True Democrat of Lat week we missed
communication to the Jacksonville gave an accent of the commerce of last week com out n a drct hare Tre
Times.Union, protests that his recent the port in t'at city, which shows a oar, and calls name In substance in Tallahae. Each week
purchase of about 60,000 acres of State splendid regor< and gives an increase it states that one Joseph Jennings had forward to the time when we
land was made in good faith, was for of over S,0OO000 over any previous sold to rtlm by this board recently 59,- this slogan of the people, and if
his own individual benefit, and no one year. The flRres furnished by these antrt 411 cenat pe knew how uc w ejoy
but himself was interested in the trans- papers show the valuation of shipments immediately transferred it to parties ting in the cool on Sunday reading
action at the time it was made; also each month shce July of last year to for whom he bought (the Palgrove paper he would see to it that we do
that the lands purchased were practi- be as follows: Company, New Jersey corporation) for miss a copy. It's a pity that eve
cally worthless, being chiefly mangrove July, $960,744; August, $P12,186; Sep- er acre, ki ng the mn nd reby a cleard pecilly all the editor
swamps on the seaboard and subject to member, $1,851,47; October, 1.210,679; rom Key West informs the True Dem- not as outspoken in their honest convic.-
daily submersion by the tides, and valu-! November, $2,816,4554 December, $1.- ocrat that offers by citizens of that tions as Collins. Too many want to be
able only for the tahnic acid contained 86,715; January, $3,203385; February, town for practically this State land at in, and will sacrifice their honest opin.
in the natural growth thereon $1.118,951; March, $1,187.599; April, samew rcalattetonothe f ions in order per oget themelve to the
Adritting the truth of all this, the l .~,(009; May, $1,265,854; June, $1,- that by resolutions of this same Inter- front. But not so with him; he speaks
logical effect of Mr Jennings' explana- o10.981; total, $18.432,941. yal Improvement Board, at a meeting out in meeting,' and if all the papers
tion amounts to this: That he knew- The month which has just come to a held Feb. 16, 1898. ALL lands granted in this country had editors like him
tabyo the State of Florida south of town-
or suspected the real value fthe lands; close was at exceptionally good one for ip58, situated on the mainland of there would be no way to keep the peo-
that the 1. 1 Hoard presumably did not June, which is usually a dull one here Florida, "are hereby reserved for the pie from being enlightened all along the
know it, and when he offered to buy in the exporting trade., and rarely ever benefit of the Florida East Coast Rail- line -Dade City Star.
took no mtep, to abc':rtain it so as to reaches the $1,0.>'.M1I mark in valua-' way Company," which action, as a con-
tract, is recorded !n the clerk s office in
obtain their real value; that if the tion. but the past month exceeded this ,nroe countysomeday Now we will give you two
board did know or uipj-ect their real figure by a smali margin But little This is a direct charge, and the ad- pictures to gaze upon:
value, the sale at a rionmiral price to cotton and naval store, were exported, mini.stratiun M:UST ANSWER --Lake City LOOK ON THIS PICTURE
.Jennings was either a stupilid blunnler of which have large valuations, but lumber Index LOOK ON THIS PICTRE!
which any average 1,usin-ss man should, and timber were stpi.,.i in large quan- Tlh'. have attempted to explain, or When Governor Bluxham made the
have otw.-n amharnied. ortrio! ls,,ard wa< tities In fact, the lpa-t montlt has wit- rather to justify their action, by citing sale of 4.i,)0,01i acres of land at 25
"-u anxious to get rroney to waste in irse'.,I d the shipment of more lumber pre,.e'ient for cheap, sales during for- cents per acre, some few people in the
.lilly drainage w('hem#-m that the',y de-lil,- a.i timisber than an.- Wn month for the mer years, going so far back as the State of Florida thought the price not
e.rately became blind to the real sigmiti- ,;,t ttv.4 )ear, )vr furtv mi!iio feet lI'ham-Disston fale (f many years large enough. With that money the
c'itrne of the transaction; that having w, re exported, ar:d large tquait:i.tes arg, when then u.s i ,r, iis.itr for y ose judgment was paid off, and the
thus htnmboz.ild th, board, the pi.r- were st-nt coatw,. ncipalhy to Ne.\ th, furnd. i s-ecured from Mr. Dis ton, IU'nit.d States court released to the In-
chas'r, wit certain ard( rou knwA;- York andt Philadelphia. The -,antri:. fr"or, th:' fact that the assets (.f the tetrnal Improvement Board the remain-
edgve of th. r.l valu-, ard wh.1re ard to which .hipnent.- w.r. made during b"ard r. -. tie.- up that not one acre in;r lanris. The board then commenced
to whom r,' .oildl r ,.li, inirmediatteiy Jur., uand the valuat:.rn- are a, follows: could le d..-iosed of in any manner un- t- wise policy of granting lands to any
reold at a car prott f om.thing Au-tri;, ,' -; ; ermnar. 27, '" tii arrargin;er.ts had been made for the s 'e- wh'i build railroads. They also re-
hke ':;:,.',<,', arwl tdhat Mr. .l.nr.ings wa.- lrai'e., i ,;:: Ital. ...14. 4i ; Nether- pinn g Ut. t ,hose pressing Iobliviati.n- t -d to sell lands in large bodies and
,,th:.-r used by tib' re.al Iir'ha ..ors fror lar.,. f;, 4'.,' Spanr,,.' ."',. ; En', l.u ,d. Thtse fi,:t theI peoldle of Florii:; are continued to hold them through the sue-
the. piurlpo of 'or:ci air, from th' f. l',1.,r.,; .*rtlutIar .",1.l.'3. iriti-'h familiar with, aid .so al.e is eactr meem- ceeding administrations, that they
[uoard the rei4 l value. of the l;r>ds, or l,,nrluri-, '.',eI;, Art'. nt;na, $117,,15; t'0tr o: trn. Interra, In. .rovemenr, Board might h1 purchased by settlers
he w.as, a;nd I-. '( of the l]i<'kest lumi, r;azil l.I' 1 z-'; I 'r. .: i. *. ."2 t'.tal. heatti'd by Napoleon Bonap;arte Brnw- That policy was continue, dwn to
,opelrator- h tw <\ *.r -"ta4:k t, Stat;.- ,I' r,,. a "., e' t.e ilir:i'tration oif G,.ivern. r Jen-

l11 Nit ia IeV '. fc bi 4- -t e t f4-t s, I. 'itni.arti o 11
i''.A e-1 t, 1io tC,,ut iirut,;iri:- t hat 1. I
I"14itrd V''. a Li(),'A'l ti Ot f .,:us. 'I j

'rIe., ti" s'uia rd a f I ru 'u.'.- 1 a: r i su'i 'ac
it Il,r -ist'cf, 'f I i v t ru frupt ,i-d itir tho-ir
i ;I i 'vr w 1,t 9, iIr v ouqg.t IiUj(Ij1 1',,%%I ,, j 'r t'
or tht. fwlli If A~ithfuuut -. kioty.1
ode, ge.tie'-i. trustee., (le'Si r-. ri tro va
fruimsi iittiority for gi.t iottiinc)rjp!tt nie'




161 %'.*'-*1o' 'i'i"Iif willh ',uclmh r niwl'."lgv. the 14.',' .e[',,e'rf e
hanee IBtweenm ntia ti proce'.ledel igainl4t fr a fraudulent
e breach of the tru-t, its well it. f,r rital-
The Pardoning oard, wAhicl, ;w to fieasance in oIfce.
have held a session yesterday, i tild to I1ut ,,old on' In a later ornirs:uniia-
moot, owing tio the Governor, Comp- ltion to the Metropolis of Jacksonville,
troller and (Commninioner of Agrcwulture Mr. J.ennings Ilatly contradicts himself,
beinN absent. The Governorr, it is saiud, uand ays. that in mui ng the purchase
will be absent from the. city until the' ow f thies "water lots" hue re/r,,,enttd
middle of the month. t/,h /,,1tc,, t, ii f ,mun /h*' vfit rstialr'd ro, -.
A Mi-ouri editor avy: "Two yeir.. "',,/ t",,"' If this last statementt a.
tigo I *minbarked in the rt,.wspap,,r homi- true-, w'hi, Kg ot the $3.5,70.' l6 idl tlhe
ness, poor but hone.nt I lamritill poor i "i'llgrmv C(mpany" pay him so ui iat
Exchange. So it is with hino,,it ill of o a fee for Iekwinking the h,ardl?
un; but if we. lrumt Ie poor,. let'.< ttill Mr'. Jersssgi al" o takes Imr)h space'
keep hmone-t, particularly no in dmalinrig and lexc'eeding piainst. dfefn Governor
with the public, who nuist always have 1i'roar'd and thel.oard for their willing-
confiderie in the ie'ne'wsp e'r te'n to, '. v ictirized, claiming that
f they merely "follotev'd precedentss" !
Thv Internal Improveimnnt Huard' ,Ild With due re -pect, we protest that such
i liot of land last week for 11 cents per a t r'tns'ation cOIuld not have btr.n poissi-
amre. when the clain isi made that aud- l.Ie with any I. 1 i ard x.xisting for
jot inning laIlm when drained, will I the. ,p t ftifty .vears,. exceptt, Ierhaps,.
worth ::.ii per ucr. If there is -in, t| the ,t. ,ido nnitted ., (;, G ernor .Jen-
vial nei-ed ffor t hi:i "Gr.at iSaca'ritive a igs, .s the i,resent bouidla is still doim-
Sale'." wouldn't it pay the Staet, to hb1ld inamtedl by hi[),
ullto these' larnels i a while?. I.: ke'laml ket ,rlany a another "'.wift l. ne-.,,"
MwI ..Mi. Jrm n st appli'rs tIo ( ave' prIoven
N ,'w woull no14t la 'tw Flornli a111i ltog'etlier teoo much for it t IooIl etd f
pa( 'l .n loo pk pro tty I<'l I I''! 1up O.s I o,( .I \ t.1,, h,. \ t. I ) irn \ t ,oring to o i -
blirlie, "''t at i 'opl i,' mI'hl h,,l |,I 1 Iq'C i.,I at i Ir -i ,loiIitg L, i h us ,o Is.-'l\
It 'eI ." i 'f z 'tIt i, tho 111 l hey ill t% iik ; fl l:l11iit ', ini '. i. i 1i a t it stl,.. i lI' ortl h

if uae't.'e- l'rV, i. t Go t\, er 1.1 Pt',,\v at l
I I Fet ki l uuuit '-$I% ( (. I ', I tf 'I' I Wi .0 ( II'
Sile i ltl HII II a IIM .,I l I'1 l, ,1 l.t 'li .'i
Sh. I Ilkf. tit W it i t Nllt h i li vs inrtI It ,t
tui foi I 5io ti' w I ho itl l ciil o i :
hi l | v t ille .4 Ii l I 1 '' .s 1 i> h 111 1 lI
p;, I 4,l ,iI'I I. i;&\ I I- li ral
oint r i tt It ti,' I Iu |lh :: it I it .t I r
than> f 'l ,, i* h li iul intei e, I ;ii : i i
ShlWm t. e' k i ,e to kI n. It,, r' I l S,|,
WantI *<' thf h r' (I a, i ,.l ;, li h e I-, e 'cil ra \
tiol i\e thi in joi,.l n i i 11 i i t ,. \ ,it
a1O W'ith Ih it tliritt;C r .l l ii,4 th ., ,;I
W allV tri*':+ o I,, l, -,' .i ,,1 nl'Uia I "r ". ill1 1
(l nly' .*k t, tv l i at i r t e'( l I .a,,a 'it t e ii.

Kirk your lyv l I,, h. i li tl v.r I
feet nd 'even Ii. k u ,in ,.\ .|:>"" '
man of pl lori la riavuI ha 1 kin i .1. n- it
wer< ,'. evral tilne',, i i.\ 'h tr1'< ,' ),
and ytI fawn aud do I yellow do and 4-t nro Irnewt'paltr taki wit sO .lut
simply lit the cup lit whom at i.y, W.ant
it doelit surely fit ome of th, bIirtdA Mr
Braward would a age up "that th,. pIo
ple might look ulmn them.' C
A pity that Florida has in it a wn'tch
that would treat a judge with auch con-.
tempt as did the prisoner at Key Wet;
and then, again, what a pity 'tip that a
judge could feel called upon togethdown
frm the bench to whittle such u bad
mnan's throat and sides with a pocket-
knife as-did Judge Brooks. Seems to
us a better plan would have been to
make the offcers bring him up and to I
have had him sentenced for li feto the
penitentiary -

I I t hi'' is' Ce rl t 'ln (*III I -I c
l i* i". "'i'''. i p I l lse.'< 'utI-I-
t o I, a' I II v T 1e ; i e1 1 t 1
I c e I a it- ( irrI i a s1 i I kfI io ti ni Ii

I' iitri'tlt.ue' t re t t -y l I'e 1''it 1.g1
] ut it -si ,irit( ( 1 e (i: I t I
isr I ti' i' t. ii itt,4 ,i |i. a>rt i t, e 't h i

I it I t. ri g itiii r i l t '- tad? I t v ,
%I% the l I '-t. ,\ 'I llr \t e e k i ,t e ''o1 -
,+g,',l 111 t l, (Tirt to do Florltai I.k', ;z.
\',' .e'e it Ie,.'a ies*. r\' alnl thle' ine' .sulb-
.t*a ztert \\ are s t' wtee kl] .i, iinag t(o o4,i
sit, icrpelio i list is H gIiti4 .. 1- 4 tathat tHie
IpoIle itr' deletrinmi d i .,uitaini an
hiomu'..st tilod -it.spake'n ii .. ',,tl sat T'allh-

Ir'loridit ni ewsp 1Ale r nt'in tiie g% ner-
ouisly indorsing Editor FIrat.k Ilarris, of,
the O(cala liantier, for Florida's next
dGovernor. hut the prel public sentiment continues to point to
Senator ('rill as the coming man. St.
Augustine .e.-cord Either would make
Florida a goal Gotvernor. and one, too.
who would protect Florida's interests
whenever a trickster should attempt to
get in sorm,, fine schemefor moneymak-
Ing. -
Fo Hk.NT. -- Five-room cottage in
Long's Gruve Addition; Separate kitch.
n, good porches, fine wu water, ta.
ales. oetc. Apply to Dr. B. J. Bond. 1T

'I h< ov.eirrofI r o 1 .--' a!-' i v ,,r.-. r.i:-
-* i: n 'rr e 'ti r i', ".',,* the t<,,ir.a .iiJ,: cf
thr ,; .r ,1' o|.l- '. t. ever:. fto h:.

|.,o!i u':;a .. of l hIt ,. .i;tt i.e i- nr't a
dri'av.,ltl l, bul at tr:' .'* \\' ,'., ' v,' k- ag,. ; tour. ,'k. r,'v lt!..A ht the
State capital refra.:.,' t l' n r rl c i .-rsini.
i.!- ailri.misrratior.. tiirh v., oui ha.ve.
f< l:,i, ld cu-ntrtn, t1: 0 lit:lt'.nr- f.' ted
toi inju re the I o\ ,t.rrl a:.l ,ur.''. ri sealedd
t.,-m .elvfs. \\he- ',t-it.ad. ti I- .en-
tle-rren pt.-.,eI a re',ljnit t,ri a ;rov;ing
'"the record t and re.spect':ve afirnitm;-stra-
tioni of the )ernuoratit partyfrorn 1>`73
to l'.I'u* inclusive." they rendered them-
nelves incredibly ridiculous. To tGov-
oernor F'olk is it due in large part that
we lr.t,,ow how rhdi,'ulous ,uch an alh"^a-
tion is. Iit- head i clear, hi- c,,u:age
1 good, ari nothing *,, far ha.s che, kedu
his .sure-fooe',tedl roiue' : ,l- t,.' the lrin'
r tark' -l out .i:. h;i h i ,' a <:irn !i ;, r.'i ai
honest h'.ot 'lie piun,:shnl,,it of those
six io'. i'errs who) went to' prison gave
hirn no, sati-tfa'ction because the indivvl-
u,is suffered He thought -sonme of tienti
leh. guilty than others who could not
he caught, and some' of the six have the
friendlliest feelings for him now. It
was the protection of the public t iat he
had in mrir.d then, and has had in -every
step tiihtt hI- has taken since. Hii- reec-
ordt ;,. Giovrni.or nits had none' of the
s fatt:ional interest that he arouised as
ircriit atti ,ri but it has Ibroughtt oat
not o,!y tih 0.an;e qualities., but the
'1li1ty to l deal wiicly with newproblfnias
if- they V t11 1-. It is tio w 'trld r, thi:en.
' t th i, n HI; S of th i .ttt. ht; ,
1,i ;t.. ri.ui, i I- the y v .\ r I!:, :.:.,l ;: l

v.- ci Sta u'c' ve-t- *il t ra- Tritee- of
th l' .t,:rr.a, Imlr w",-n..nt Fundi -OL:
P,,' i.t to f.x the prc" (of land- N,,
o'.- ili.;ivu't- that la': hut there be
to,,, o: u- '.v- do Iian,- therr for sell-
ing the.- i.t'n,' f,,r a .~u.. at th-i time,
v.irten thiverI i L t, r tt I I. a t n. (c'-s;sityN
io: it. X ex t. p. -lraps, thi pressing
n11ed of tb.,r ",i'am,, board" for cash
w: .vhwK:,:1, to i.'on,,,d ct their operations.
i4 tr. th .- h halJ to' a ataii' r. tl e acreage
Itax a..seSsmfnt. ar.d were aiso held up
by -ome recent (o:,urt inj'inctions. which
they do not now dare di.iregard, even
if they were bold and brazen enough to
disregard the resolution of their prede-
c('esors withdrawing from the market
the very lands they sold to Mr Jen-
nings and setting them aside as the
property of the East ('Cast Railway
Comprr.any esoiution of Feb. 16;, l.t^)
In ni-4 irnterv:ew. in answer to ques-
tion,- hanni 'ugestri1) propounded,
jei'..'f'or ,troward said:
"'S e. :;;2 of the Revised Statutes
vet- i in the Trurstees of the Internal
Improvement Fundl OIS E PoWER To FIX
TilE PRiE O) iF I.ANI'S. Ever since the
t'rus.t wa createdl it has been the prac-
tice, vhi'h, bh y the way. has never be-
fo-:'e been criticized, to sell land to any
indiviilual who, offered what the trustees
considered a tair price for lands located
|k5 h'dr.
"The tirst sale of any moment was
tFat ni:ie by Governor Bloxham, (IIIr-
'i. h fir t adminiistratiun, to the Diss-
toli.. at V.,hich ,,.te.oe.'ii acres of lard,
%k & -,di for li$1.1s ,,i.o Since that
tirme V ', r.5- tra;'t. have nc ti sol'1 ')
it a ,rt I s the dihi rent ;,,m.. ,-
It .. I. t r NEVER HAS T +14 1.*1. A




A\N;: THEN (N TH1is!
( ie :of the tr't acts of Governior Jen-
nm .:z-' administration,. Juiv 25. [0Il,
wva- to -eli to J. 1M,. Earrt u: large body
or land at 3o, cents per acre Twenty
years later than the Bloxham sale, and
(nly cents an acre more, thus break-
ing up the long-continued policy of
keeping lands for settlers.. There was .
not a dollar due by the board to any
one. and therefore no cause for that
salc. When that sale had been com-
pleted. July 2, 1.0,3. and 330.0,0) acres
(lispseu, of f(r the sum of 30 cents per
acre, the whole policy of holding lands
for settlers had been broken up, and
the small amount of money received
therefore was lying in the Internal Im-
provement Fund unused. That land, it
is claimed, was immediately after the
purchase sold for a much larger sum
than the State received. With the old
plan of exchanging land for the build-
ing ; f railroads, that amount of land,
so unfortunately disposed of. would
have been the means of building rail-
roads for the State at points where
they are very much needed
That policy apparently is to be fol- 10
lowed through the administration uf
Governor Broward. And we predict
that his ambitions will lie along the
pathway of those of ex-Governor Jen-
nings, and that his fate will he the
same --an unwilling retirement to pri-
vate life insofar as an outraged I people
can place him.
You can fr il somI- of the people
',rie O'"o the tinm', and1 (':ire of the pe,,-
l,!. all of the t;im but \,u :tn't fool
,ll tt.Le people, all ,,f h0 1 t ,, "'

,' ..t .e ..ver p... ti THE GOVERNOR MUST EXPLAIN.
,.r r i,,i, r th. control f' the Trunt.-. T <'i' T'ali11a.-; ee Tria i 1'a' i crat is
f1 AIt I iai ' ait -il it i t h, ii r ik t I f 1.e'n rt.. lu i .acr vinS i c t vit, '-aw ; a. v. atch n ai.
,it iut ;it, i e'. ;iow 'l ti r in hI i'.L' ti ii,',-",'' '" ,a. at wI i h'S a;u lii'.a ii, ; ''t(.r., I' S:, 4 1. e,','rhrpe .'r t t, .''-,*'i ;,' the call-
Sit.t i x ,,' 'ic ' 1 :,: .. ""o "' T' ,- t Th' lat,.-t \po, iti,,i he saie
.IO % t 1 , 1u*. 1 "- x ,-Wit llI f 1 y 11 ,f e ..f .I r if .0 L 1 ,ls
I ;' 1 itI' t .1 I at-'ht, ulit tli.' .. I i i i i \ t- N ',T TFVI .1t,. \; "| '' tthe i nl art 1 T r ,: ,.,' ,: Iie
I'" r. l.ti I -' i :, it eight o tliei'. ; I ts It tei-a. Itit,rrovenmien.t Fur,la .l,. !:iiit
I, : ,'t. ti -i Si : tllttt'r.-, l ., f '1 .,' r ,' 'r h a-. it . aa i.U ,'ii' rw.iII r trar,.-.4't'rrar'e t h lai4l, e oon tltl t ir p jI'-
i}l . .i . Ii ,au' tb'Uitui.5 ;r'Ji'';' i '. : 5 -.' '.c n t' t hv si ts I hio,..a,', 't t< lt '. l. .',,Ivt, l'*i .z, irniItnV
r a -' rIt t ct . ... < L i < u"'es
v. h II t I I ',, I* 1 prot le uting til,.li a .i t 1 i ,," Ir (evo ,,,r, if bI t ml .- ,r. th, Eve rg!a..t,.' .-.cttion. In w.r 'h. rthe
4* .l f I t I i o' rib s 1, 1 t ''. '''il]l Vt t bi 't- ( i ve'nvno, r i yV:, ti'n (rra:leil, v ;i,l the
,aIl, i 'i ;' ti r,.it,' r 1 :'u a. t.e;,, ,, ta .a;,, i I at the. .m, lari ,til! i.e. ,rth -vIZ e r :;cr. The
the i I I il it i a I f .. 1rue I)t -m,,crat' t a.k tie ;), ,v ,anrd
4( 1 .t; l' pr ,n*, t e (r I um t i t ,ar.-t:oiiIs Ibo.t
thevy vW ill I l. fo l.tl le r j 1 w s trnethi', t, h i:- sle.' .Jai k.nvile.. Me.tropoie ,,
',ourt v ll W .:,v tIIo rI r !,!,h ,.. I ,-;ii.r ,u- Ih:t r.t :r ,t i, n g l, f ,,r, Y, an,! they we re noit answ. redl in
,te (thl.nu.en itt ,l e what tbhe m,,i.t ,te..,. tl;'" cr.ea -l.han- L .-:,h. '..a sactiirns art that {ro l,,irth "at, i 0, I .i n,,r in Mr.
plI. of I lo.Ia th nk oi .,,re. uf .,u pe. rpetrant uion tn.t ',,eope. u Yu are Jenins*'" two 'mlnmuniut,catons,. though
wh ,,tc. 'Is e...i t l)t.gglznIg lf,.r votl:" -lihtl lisffer. 1 v th. tloo, when you attempts were made to do s we must
agmn,. a.s \ou rioest assuredly will do. !state that "ne'. : :, fore have the trus- admit C(laiming they had the right to
for you have enjoyed working short tt'o been crnt,L.,'- for selling to any make the price and sale fAits to explain
hour- feor u,,eeI pay now quite awhile, individual who ot.',red what the trus- that they sold the lands for a song,
and stme oiif . office. but few there be who everr /. I e<'atedl by hip,'." tc There has not got more. That board may rest assured
up a geId thing .oluntar'ly. What the been a sintlet unt. essary sale made at the people blame them and not the pur-
voters of Florida will do for you and ridiculously low p ices since William chasers. .
near future will be a plenty, and don't which has nMt been criticized and de- ida State Fair Association decided Tues-
you forget that fact. nounced. just as in this recent sale. and day to hold their coming fair November
--Th--- Tim- nin .-- you have simply again placed yourself 14th to 29th, inclusive, in Tampa Act-
The Times- Union of Tuesday prints a in a ridiculous position in your effortato ive preparations have already begun by
graphic pen picture of the touching justify this 411-cent sale. You are wel- Col. J TL. Brown and the State Fair
scenes at the reunion of theo Second come to what glory you and your board nd te w a s umed n somme shape.
Florida Regiment at Jacksocvillo June youro board! This date waaselectedfn order to work
Florida Regiment at Jackonirded Ju can get out of it We repeat, the peo- in harmony with the Jacksonville Car.
Fnt ar ieor moomn Richaord Ws ple never6bee tAhe purca.e rs for get.- val, which is to be from November
ler and James C. Smythe-all of whom ting them lands cheap. bt they, do 5th to 10th, chialrt s0 that the two
have lived in this county.--Monticello ame pyou; and you, with your cit Cltiescaa o a byjoininsc fores
News and powerful board, will answer for it they an able to do so.








why should not the sheriff have it?" In
view of the facts, such questions are '10:10Am . p mArCington...(GF&AI Lv V7:Om 4617pm
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o the eva brought before them by
the sheriff, and the court records show BrTWZKN QUINCY AND TALLAHAS8EE
that other people knew the facts, they 11:10aom m ... ........Lv T1a heas ......Ar806 m .... 8:80 pm
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facts before the rad jury. souh*. To aml 1ho Sou. Nt.
In fourth eriim of the present- *a omp...ts ... .UItpaI.. Lo ....aMsoa Ar i, pm. M .am. tilWaim
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it to a limitless extentcairry it on pubV- r iawd Poweir.
JI.S 2S IMAk0 Us W5Se madeofnthe The. fact that the Board of Internal
-/ Pub l. iher.law, for if not the man m UT He about I-prv .Tet t_ r se pb i l ands at-
r D ON t; and you know it is wrong for man private sae for r they ftto
i smm nr n DAY uOL~m to. Slie."'
Now, Mr. Editor, I have not n i a*- pag the eon lumtituon amenfmoant
o W. . quoted a e word. There his a- which kstoforthe in
r. Editor: I notice in your last isaue Inpirit. With such a sample, ia it of the EveisSadJ0 eresbyplace on
intemerate criticism on the present- any wonder that W. J. C.'s article ha the market 8,000,000 acr of land.
t of the lat grandJury of Lao. bten characterized by some as intern- It is fol to g ve to this board, al-
i been foreman o tt ur I perate gush" and by others as "wo r sale of dyland, furbitherary power in the
Ssay that in my opinion it dif a nonsense?" And he thinks to palm o sale of land further arbtra t
duty without fear or favor. I under- on this community such aburdreason- The board is rdy an anmay in
stand that the writer of this article is ingand deductions! The board is y an in a
not a citisen of this county, and since For more of the same sort, let me re- Democratic government, in being
the grand jury of Leon is only answer- fer you to the last paragraph of W. J. hedged about by no laws to prevent
able to its own citizens, my remarks C.'s article. I wil not fll up your fraud or dihonety. Its sphereould nof op-
emanate from me personally and not as space by quoting it in full I have tended whileiti surround not be ex-
foreman. W. J. C., in a most inconse- known men like W. J. C., and I am not tnd whle it t rounded bynosfe-
quent manner, abstracts a clause here going to waste time by trying to con- guards to protect the people.
and a clause there from the present- vince*him that the men who constituted As the law now stands this board on-
ment without any reference to its rela- Leon's grand jury were reputable citi- joys the finest opportunities of graft of
tion to the rest of the matter, and zens, and not "supposed, as he puts it; any set of :nen we could mention. If
claims to show from them that the nor that, when they stated in plain there has been no graft in connection
members of Leon's grand jury are UN- words, supported by overpowering evi- with internal improvement lands in the
TRUTHFUL, INCONSISTENT, ILLOGICAL dence, that liquor was obtained with past, it has been because honest men
and CONTRADICTORY. For example, he ease in Tallahassee, they did not by so have always served on this board A
amputates from the body of the pre- doing prove themselves advocates of the law w stands, if there is no graft
sentiment these two members: 1st. the open saloon. His course in logic n the fi e, it wil be because honest
"There seems to be no difficulty for any precludes any such power of reasoning men wil lwa be chosengo serve on
one desiring to purchase liquor in finding on HIS part, for he claims that "the this board. hat guarantee have we
some one to sell it." 2d. "Our sheriff grand jury or Leon states individually of this
and his deputies have been zealous in to his honor, Judge Malone, that the The proposed drainage amendment
searching out the offenders." Then he barroom is a better protection for our would enlarge the powers and opportu-
proceeds with his "logic" (?) by saying boys than prohibition, simply because nities of this board and project it in-
that "if the last statement is true the they stated the fact, with evidence to defimnely into the future, for the
first statement is false;" that "either prove it, that prohibition is nut protect- amendment would give super ofvision over
the sheriff and his deputies have failed mg them irriaton after every acr of Floda
to dv their sworn duty or there would W. J C .i Mosaic in his faith in the lan had been drained, cleared and set-
be some difficulty for one wishing to law. lie thunders in capitals "the law tied. It would perpetuate the power of
purchase liquor in finding some one to plainly says, MUST NOT BE SOLD," and taxation, for taxes could be imposed
sell it." Now I say *non sequitur then logically shuts his eyes tc the evi- for irrigation under this amendment in-
The sheriff's sworn duty is not to pre- dence that it is solo, and with no re- We do not think the people of Flr-
vent persons from attempting to sell stricting clause as to minors, either. do not then brought face to face
liquor, but to arrest them when they do And now. Mr Editor, what about W ida have ver been. brought face to face
so. The number of cases brought be- J. c.'s **"logic?" Tell him, from me with as vicious a piece of legislation as
so. The number of cases r t Johim, from that which this amendment would en-
fore the grand jury by the sheriff I that true logic is convincing to the log- act, and we have enough faith in their
proves that the second clause is true, I ical mind, while false logic exercises tllince have enouh faith ve they w i know
and the fact that the grand jury found only a temporary sway over even illog- intelligence to beve they will know
so many true bills and the petit jury ical minds. W. J. C.'s article is based how to act Times-U 2th.
brought in the verdict of guilty in every on a Ialse charge and argued from false Saved His Comrade's Life.
case, but two (and that one of these | premises, and therefore no rules of "While returning from the Grand
was a mistrial), proves the first clause logic can be applied to it. Further- "hile returning from the Grand
true. So instead of these statements more, the members of this enlightened Army Encampment at Washington
being "false" or "contradictory," I community have passed beyond the City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was
say that each bears testimony to the class of W. J. C.'s logic, and recognize tak with conditieraon mrbus and was n a
truth of the other. The grand jury was it as simply the gymnastic exercises in- critical condition, sas Mr. J. E.
animated by the desire and determina- dulged in by beginners to limber up on. Houghland, of Eldon, owa. "I gave
tion to do its full duty and to conscien- It is the logic that proved conclusively him Chamberlan'emedy olic,and beCholera and
tiously deal with the facts as they were to the man that he had tnree heads Darrheoa Remedy and believe saved
presented. That they did their duty Here is the process, and to some minds his life I have btieen worngaed for coten
well is proven by the large number of it will appear as unanswerable logic: years in immany ration wor and con
convictions that the petit jury found in Question: "Nobody has two heads "? Wct always car ryties the South and
the long list of indictments furnished Answer. "Admitted. have used it successfarry months remedany and
by the grand jury, and also by the very "Well, you have one head more than ave us'd it successfuby alldrug on gistmany occa-
complimentary remarks on their work nobody; st, if nobody has two heads, s-.ns l al d
addressed to them from the bench by and you have one head more than no- Church Notices.
his honor, Judge Malone. body, then you have three heads!" Trinit M. Church, South W M
In drawing up their presentment the Proof conclusive to the illoical mind Trinit M. E. Church, South, W. M.
grand jury considered it their duty to and so will W. J C. 's article on the Poage, Pastor. Services Sunday at 11
emphasize their work by calling the at- grand jury presentment be. a.or m. and 7.30 p m. Junior Ep
tention of the goodcitizens of our coun- HOWARD GAM II worth League,4. p m. Senior Ep-
ty to the true condition of affairs, and pJ" .. . AMbLh. worth League, 4.to p. m. All members
in doing so simply stated facts that Modest Claims Often Carry the Most requested to attend The public and
were proved later in open court. If Conviction strangers specially invited to worship
the statements were "paradoxical" and Con*ictio with us.
the conclusions "illogical, "thensomust When Maxim, the famous gun in- St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev
be the facts. What are the facts? ventor, placed his gun before a commit- Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Stated briefly, many witnesses, both tee of judges, he stated its carrying Sundays and Holy Days, holy commun-
white and colored, testified that they power to be much below what he felt ion 7 o'clock a m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
were given money by the sheriff and sure the gun would accomplish. The and 7.30 p m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
td.| by him to go and purchase liquor result of thetrial was therefore a great chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
from certain parties. This they didwith surprise, instead of disappointment. It 4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
ABSOLUTELY no difficulty and delivered isth amewith the manufacturers of Christian Science Services are held
the liquor to the sheriff, who labeled it Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diar- Christian aciente services are held
tandetained itase c In almo t rhoea Remedy. They do not publicly every Sunday at 11 o clock a. m., in the
and retained it as evidence. In almost bos a m t hseydoy wio at publish, front room. second story, of the builh-
every in-tance, all but two in fact, the boast of all this remedy will accomplish, frnt rAoomteonsto ory, of Thi buisl
bottled liqu4 was purchased from the but prefer to let the users make the ing e ast of the poristin offSince. This room in
vendors on the street and delivered statements. What they do claim, is room, and ias a opendailyexcept reSundaysin
over from the pocket of one to the that it will positively cure diarrhoea, tween the hours of10 and 12 o'clk
pocket of the other. In only two in- dysentery, pains in the stomach and between the hours of 10 and 12 oclk
stances was there any PLACE known bowels, and has never been known to a.m. All are cordially invited.
that could be raided by the sheriff had fail, For sale by all druggists. Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
he been so unwise as to do so without Albert Williamson's Floridian, of Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
first securing the more conclusive evi- Jacksonville, is on the firing line in the many cases of asthma that were con-
dence of an actual sale. Everglade controversy, and as usual sidered hopeless. Mrs Adolph Buesing,
W. J. C., learned in the law, states shoots straight at the mark, regardless 701 West Third street, Davenport, Iowat
the law I presume correctly, as to the of who it hits, and each shot counts writes; A severe cold contracted
heriffaving authority to entewar an Albert Williamson is one of the best twelve years ago was neglected until it
man's house with or WNTHOUT warrant and strongest writers in the State, and finally grew into asthma. The best
to search for liquor. Now granting the his editorials always have weight and medical skill available could not give
law to be constitutional, which in my influence with the people of Florida. me morethan temporary relief. Foley's
humble opinion it is not, the sheriff can Live Oak Democrat, Honey and Tar was recommended, and
safely do so, but nothing would please one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
the liquor dealers more than such an in- Do Not Neglect Your Bowels. of asthma, which had been growing on
temperate enforcement oif the law. A Many serious diseases arise from ne- me for twelve years. If I had taken it
few such search-prties would quickly lect of the bowels. Char-berlain s at the start I would have been saved
lead to a repeal of the law and the v St tomach and Liver Tablets are a pleas- years of suffering Sold by all deal-
ing of the dry counties wet again, if ant and reeable laxative. The" in- er.
not to bloodshed, as was the cas in vigorate the liver and regulate the
South Carolina, for we of the South are bowels For sale by all druggists.
his castle. An evidence however, thus See John Collins for Job Printing. hs WMdsesad ladder WI
obtained woul at bet be only prima- _...._____
facie evidence, and our sheriff knows
from past experience that while he
might ,insu oto warren Georgia Florida & Alabama Ry.,
an arrest, it would b? exceedingly
doubtful if a jury would convict on such g. T. i F d R. R.
evidence alone, and W. J. C must ad- CT & R
mit that the conviction of the offenders
is the desired end PASSENGER TRAIN SC'EDI'i.
W J. C asks: "Why do not these PASSENGERR TRAIN SCHEDLLE.
men (the grand jury), who seem to Carrected to May 15th, 19.;.
know so much about the ease with which
liquor can be obtained, furnish the evi- N',rth To and From North and East. S.uith.
dence?" "If members of the grand
jury know that there is 'no difficulty' ; ,'*"AM 'tn .:2-. r m Lv Tllahaa (( F & A Ar I2:* p m ".tr m '',',
and that it is'easy to obtain liquor,' -:Zram 5g<- pmAr Binbrtdite (G F& A l.v iS 11m 7 ilrpm
why shouldn't other people know it, 45pm I:0Oem ArMontromcy A C L Lv 7 4i5pm :'sbam
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T TRUR DZMOCRAT. FUM 33Wjnmm Boed for alowl say of you to do so.
Sa. CUj i ir. r Jacksonville, PIa., Juy 2, 190i We have no personal issue with you,
S. Mr. J. G. Collins, Editor rue Demo- nor have we acusedyou or blamed you,
I S- SuS S~ erat, Tallahassee, Fa. but we have charged the board with
II___Dow__ er Sir: Si ne meetinr you today being la in their duties in allowing an-
~~To time wo J v"e been thinking more at length over
To tes whomft m ay Concan; the subject under discussion and have other such cheap sale to come about,
'Thou Sall Have No Othe God for ed at the following eonelusions: particularly so when they claim they
_*'__ __ wi-_ you learned that the Board of expect to get $560.00 for Everglades
"TbMe ew wave of strailht-forward lterna!l [I..provement had sold some lands.
asegsrt h Monroe county for 411 cents
meorsal prele is galaing strengthwithreyou ed at the conclusion Now, sir, we still claim that Governor
*very p month." hat the'b hadn't done its full duty Broward'a board should be censured for
Whei Jahi Pd the matter, and in your paper you making that land sale to you for 411
W Joh M. Pattlion broathed his accused the board of actng contrary to i t n
last Ohio lost a Democratic governor, the interest of the State, cents an acre
and LUeut. Gov. A. L. Harri, who was Bein a party connected with the Gov. Broward is the friend and rep-
leCted as a Republean, brought the transaction and known the full details resentative of the common people of
ndoldpartyof raftback intopowerf same, and believin horouglytht the state. If he makes mistakes they
again.lAftrtyofng the itopw the board had done their full duty in are always of the head and not of the,
agao. After being In the ofice one same, I regarded it my duty to offer heart 1is greatest ambition is to be
wk, Gov. Harris shows up ritually me explanation regrding the nature the beut Governor Florida has ever had.
IIL He Is 72 years of age, and, should of this particular transaction. The attacks on his drainage schemes
he die, he would be succeed by Hon. to no reason for any hard feelings are made primarily by men who are op-
S. Wilito, a D exist between you and 1, and further- Posed rather to the Governor than to
J. W. Williams, a Democrat, who is more, do not wish to become further hi plans. The Governor will win out.
president pro tern. of the State Senate; entangled In a newspaper controversy. -Brooksville Southern A
sad it would be a case of Ohio having Will therefore offer you the followingbrother the not to
had, three goveors inside of a few proposition: If you will state in your No. brother, the oppositioMnia not to
days something neversid before heard fw ar and in your own way that the the Governor personally, but to the in-
n this ounmtry-Jacksonville Metropm bof ard may have made a good trade in famousandoutrageousdrainagescheme,
this particular instance, I will withdraw influences are making him attempt to
the article which you now have and we
WI AnK 3UmIIUAITD. will let the matter rest, between you push, even in defiance of great senti-
and I, where it now is. ment he must see is against it in his
Does anyone believe that the Talla- Am satisfied that you accused the present plans. If he hopes to "be the
hassu True Democrat devotes several board wrongfully in this case, and I beat Governor Florida ever had," he
columns each week to opposing Ever- think, in fairness to them and myself, bet Governor Florida ever had, e
Mlade drainasewithout remuneration?- that you should make the correction moat assuredly will be sadly disappoint-
Zolfo Advertiser. above mentioned ed, for it will be impossible now for
We assure the editor of the above Hoping that this nuggeistion will meet I him to ever go-long with men who oc-
newspaper that he need not worry as to with your approval, I remain, yours cupied the gubernatorial chair, from
whether matter that goes into thIs truly, J0o4. J 'NKINGS, the days of Drew and that closed with
newspaper is remunerativeor not, since We do differ with you altogether aa Bloxham's administration. It is not
it Is none of his business, whether we to our "jumping at a conclusion that too late, however, for him to correct
make an honest living or starve to the board had not done its full duty in some of the ills hat came from the
death; but since he is one of the few the matter," and did, and do still, ac- Jennings regime, if his all-advisers will
newspaper men in Florida who on sev. cuse that they acted contrary to the let him do so We learn also that he
eral occasions, and always in about the best interests of the State. and we has an ambition to become a Senator
style above quoted, persists ir trying stick to it; for any land sale, made to from Florida, but fear he will slip up
to discredit the good we are always any person at such a ridiculously low in it too, as dlid Governor Jennings.
trying to do in the interest of the peo. price, even if, as you claim, it is a -.
ple of Florids, will state for his benefit "rmanigrov. swamp," and that only the Now since Mr. Joseh Jennings. who
pnade the large ur hase of swamp
that not one cent is being paid for our i bark from trees was what is considered and overflowed lands frrm the Internal
opposition to Mr. Broward and his valuable, is "'contrary to the best irter- Improvement Board. has taught us that
boards drainage scheme Fvery honest ; ets of the people,." and our people are "mangrove bark" vas used in the
newspaper In Florida should oppose any 'getting tired of their officials doing manufacture of TANI(C A-r in tan-
ning of leather, we presume that the
scheme that promises w much addi- such a:ta Arcrerly, or at least by not let- old expression of *running like hell beat
tional burden to our people as does the ting the people know anything of such ing tan-bark" may be supplanted by the
proposed scheme, carried on in doubt transactions until after such deals are moie modern and aesthetic production of
of success, and which will coat so much, made and then getting on to them acci- perdition chastising mangroves "--
to say nothing of the means forwrong- mentally, for very few ever have a a e --.
doing it will afford in the hands of men chance to peruse the I I. Board min-' HORSES1 SUGGIIS1H HARNESSt!!
who care nothing for the interests ,f uti,.a, or see them even until they are You should call at the establishment
the people of Florida. ,print,-d annually or semi-annually, and of J I). Cay, opposite Masonic Temple,
Yet, we most assuredly get remnuner-, then verv few people ever get a copy of
action for the work we are attempting them; a.d there is a resolution spread when in want of Horses, Buggies, or
to do, in having a conacioumness of do-i on tI hir minutes, too, prohibiting any Harness.
ing what is right, in a righteous ,' cause, one leing furnished any information He carries the tbest assortment of
and since we are getting letters every unless "the board." and we presume ltaggies m Mid day from many o(f Florida's best and ttot. that means TIr-;: WIIOLE RIl Aiei at ers.naile prices, ani on favor-
purest men commending our policy and tivv gie permiaisiin,
aile term to refirfsnsilde parties
our newspaper for the wiiik it ii doiri, We will not state tihat t0.4 "lntrardl i r
(very excellent rern tiratii in i i ,'ll. rn1.y have mad ., a goI,1d tr;Ltl in this li.iA stock rf liarin ss isi new anl up t
by the way, though we' have' our dioutitts iiticular institane, fitm the fr;t that d te. andi inchlifl's- any andl all articles'
of your ability to se** it in thltt light). I d"o /nt l l r th, 11/, 11 .... i /t 'l i i,.#- line' rvw. 1d 'l for c vwo nty and city
we can go on denouncing what we set We- hol-ve the'y h rd,'.'1 h,1 i..v to be wrong, nd nothing hut death will, the ,$1. n; ;ti re. ,ir tIl .', r* r tir ,,
i 1n Hfaivi i l; rrit-4 he ha. tio nt) ;
stop it so long as we run a newspaper We< '1,-hve ththy sIouli ne'vi.r -tell ,, s,-
Yes, we are remunerated for the work glei acre of those kind, of lin'.d f.r (,~I'e' i t'Pl- tin,et ai ;l mill inin he t, offers
we are atte'rrpltirg to do by adding single cent less, ar'l whA'n th0] (Y *11 g ."'.ds riltdle Ei, I ally for their .se. and
to our ublcription list hundreds of belttfr land", they s.t 'gi t all i y iat prices that ctanill'tt ite d<|l ic;at'al.
name every week; and we have putl- can possibly Mlne.-'ze. out ,,f th. n,, r h; Sta,,, ;r.- t, be ,-en a tin a
lished a page of plate matter on drain- or $ A.o)o if they can w. ,' Niist ,' .
... .. ... ... ...... ....... .... . .. w.. .. .... '.' f ,ri .',&- Itl and dinn It-, i0s

age that was contracted for, just as we
do an article from Hon. W B .amnar
in this issue. s, il on the same terms.,
There is a difference between that kind
of matter, however, and editorial pance
and influence. When governor r lProw-
ard charged newspapirs with atlling
space, with "sentiment thrown in," we
resented it; and now inform you. he.
or anyone who mny charge us with har-
tering principle away for filthy lucre.
that it istale to the Iletter; ard we defy
you, Governor Broward,. ,r any of his
henchmen, to prove to the contrary.
Our record as a newspaper man and
State printer for thirty-three years isn
as an open book, and we defy you or
any man to prove crookedness or dis-
honesty In one single instance. We
stand pat on the record we have made,
and that which we are now making,
with the Tallahassee True Democrat--
a newspaper published directly and
Inthe interest of the pple of
We acknowledge receipt from lhon.
Frank Clark of a copy of his speech,
"Tariff for Revenue suficiert for the
needs of Government when economi-
cally but not niggardly administered, Is
the true Position of the Democratle
Party," and have read at with interest,
and we are pleased that Congressman
Clark is making Florida so good a Con-
greasman as well. We admire him for
the position he always takes when great
questions of Intomr to lorldlsna come
up for hi. attention. Frank Clark could
always be depended upon to fight for
what he considered to be right, and
while we have at ttde differed with
him from a nampa per a 's stand
point, -ah always a bitM hb on
A omiait way of fightingfor the prin-
-it mhidam it n An l I
him to Congress.

I)nil Vp you or n one ii r r& :it i .t( j i
lands chenp if potu ci,. lkt moit For-
dlians will blarm<* this grlelt I.zarih

w "Ia I.'vr IrouLat! t( this city.
<'all n him anri examine his stock.

D. I. A

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Something New. Look Into It.

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Tallahassee, Fla.


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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 BUG GI ES
car load o as handsome 1 U G G I 1
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
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I carry a line of single and double harness.
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and various elegant styles in
C which this class of furniture
is made. thereby furnishing
your ro(,noms in thorough har-
s inmny.

If you desire bargains in all kinds
(,f FurnitiTle and House Furnishing
Goods it will pay you to call and look
over my stock of goods before mak-
lfl your stcecti ,n.



I represent the best
Life Insurance Co. doing
business in Florida.
All forms of policies.
with exceptional options.
no medical examination
required, children of any
age are eligible. Cash
Loan in two years.
Total and Permanent Disability,
Policies containing this
option stand paid up up-
on receipt of evidence af-
ter one year.
Other Policies with at-
tractive features.

IRA SANBORN,'61strict Agt., Carrabelle, Fla.
Soliciting Agepts Wanted.

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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nicklcs aind dimes? It is MO arranged that
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of n size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies hand ba. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spelndl money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity. '
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will devxwit (.ne dollar a.nd promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt otf hnk. These banks ar, delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You wouki b~asurprised to know how much money you ca:n save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank
It is not wise to auve money by keeping it in the house., ltcatuse there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire. and besides it is not making anything lIut ilaec it with us snd it is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all delpoxmits of i)nt l)olluar atrd upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Ielow we give a table showing how savings ill atctumni:itte in tihu% cars, omputtel oin i la-
sis of 3113 working days in the year, at 3 per cent intr,.-t.

ltkc per day for 5 years ..
20c per day for y.ear-s
2frc per day for 5 years
M3c |Ir day for 5 years. -
rof per day fair 5 years
l10c let day for 5 years

Ain't (deposited.
* ... 313.A)

7W2. 54)..

Interest earrnt d.
$11.14 .
22 2H
27 ,5<
M3t 42
Sr). 711
. . . 111.40 .. .

Total am't
S... $167 (f

r .* t92
. 1 7 .241
. t1,676,.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is $21i,(,N 11 With individual del',sits amroniting to
Your business with us will Ite held strictly conthilential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the, supply la:ts








.D, CS~iv4

Our Prices Won't Make Your Money

Dealers In

Live and Rolling


BUGGIES $35.00 and up

WAGONS $30.00 and up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile

for Building and Paving.


P. 0. Box 3n8.

Tallahassee, Fla. i, m

Notice for Pablication.
l,4ND O FI':E AT (;AIN.V11ve,I.w. 4 L.A..
June IM, 11M0.
Nitice in hern.-ry Riven that the tiilowinp'-
narnml *lttkt r ta' litlel notice of hin intenirtn to
make final proof int i support of his claim. aind that
amidl iriof will I. mapde before J. J. lihidve. II. 8
Codnmiiminor oi him on Auaguit 1. I'lt. vit: Hilliard lowery of W.I|d-
wilel. elkida. lid. : kmi for the SW'.s ..fSW', of
Seetkin ,. Ti.. ? .. .R. 2 E.
lie namme the f.dlkwinig wiLneiam to Ianrve hir
mntinaoue h rratd'n lanrl visa
S. M. Crninn. A. M. Parker. VA. ('odwin. William
Kelley. of W.IlvIlle. 'Fin.
W Itonimtr.

For Rent.
A comf(t:Latlle 6-a9mrn cottage, with
P kitchen aml hath root., within 1 blocks
of l1eon Hotel. Rent $1.l;0 |wr month.
Apply to

Tre Ford lie Stock insrance AsAsocilo
Mdiso". rlwid,.
In the only live Stock Insurance Co
in the State that guarantees the face.
value of its policies incontesille from
date of issue except for fraud,
Bond and principle that are ahsAolute-
ly safe and nound, and in the reach nf
every owner of Live Stock, avail your-
self of this opportunity to insure your
Live Stock which its the beat asset you
eChave when your living depends on them.
If your animal dies, and your claim in
a just one the company will mail you
its check for face value of your policy
< immediately upon proof of death un-
der the by-law yourcladm issruarnteml.
IWIN F. Dins, AmT.
Tallahass.m. Fla. Office Capital City
Hotel, Room No. 14,
Cottages to ret Phone No. & 45-tf

A good story is current of a joke
Splayed by a job printer, perhaps unwit-
tingly, Fred. L. Robertson, of "Tllahas-
see, Assistant Adjutant General of the
U. C. V., with the rank Brigadier Gen-
eral. His cards as printed, it is said,
made him Assistant Adjutant General
of the U. 1). C. an organization which
does not need generals of any descrip-
tion, though it is whispered that some
of the member have shown a rare ca-
pacity in commanding such ollficers
"mere men" and always to the Ienefit
of the latter, it may be added Times-
The discovery of a process by which
paper of the strongest texture and
softest finish and in all grades can I w
made from the fiber of the cotton stalk
will add greatly to thet value of the cot-
ton crop to the South. The spruce pine
from the pulp of which paper is mostly
made today will soon run out. When
that article can be made fnii reottnl
stalks it will cheapen it in price and
may give some protection from the pa-
per trust. It looks as though cotton
may yet bie almost as valuable for what
used )to be thrown away as it is for the
lint. Perhaps the paper mills of the
future will he located in the South.
Times- Union.
Call and see our line of lunlmbing
(Goods and Fixtures. "It's ciimple'te. "
14-tf P1111.111'.'s & SIMPI'. N.
Mr. Walter Bennett left for his home,
in Alachua county Monday morning.
Mr. Wm. I'. Byrd has acc(eited a lpo-
sition with the i'irst National iank of
this city
Mrs F. ( Gi o(over, of Jacksonville,
is visiting her uncle. Judge, .1. T. Ber-
nard, in this city.
Mr. Kenneth Perkins is home from
Jacksonville for a few days' vacation
He is working for th Florida East
CoAmst Railway at that place.
Mr John T. Costa is in town fir a
month's vacation.
Mr. H. A. Meginniss has accepted a
position as bookkeeper for the sunimer
with the ice c(,mpinny in Thonauisvillh .
Miss Luele Gregory, of Quiney. is
the gu(et of Mrs. A C. Spilher for a
few weeks
Miss Ehlie Quaile left T'uesdlay morn-
ing for a two weeks' visit to her umint
in Albany, Ga
Mr. William lans spent TueI'-lay at



Iailltv Collars,
Handerchie(fs, La'es,
and Embroideries.


The Newest Material for'
Fancy Work.
I1topia WXools in G(;ri man-
town, Saxoini and

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munr(o St.

Ta I lahasse.',

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Msmile- unitrr ac44ctwimiV.. lmi'ta r 411r,, I -' if
tFlcirmala., hawirse w Il' rnim. t 'it o C aX44.*"4lijii i'. i
tit the T'ax ('CooI',r ot is( Levn a'owaityP1. Iii io.
t' it twa'ollecta~io1f'i t IOw niirr..tii -4ynr I!Nlo;. no.
ha'ap i~r 1411 mia ii 'tit,i' lfl'tnreIPi 1ifi w. %-i si
tunis' for whia i( it I i'.e hivo- 1eq',,si. d.o
Arnotsant. mam~l tip. I ady I. !A) ~ *,


Amu't i-amtidtO J illy Im't. IP"0- .,rIV;

Ain't Paidti~ aJ ill) It"I I IC

Arn't ;.,i.I,.tii Jill) I..t. I''w
kol(*intmd Itrid,v~"
Ain't iwamal te, July Imt.:. a'me'
41-oria'ul MS Is.wl, Diiirict N, I
A ,' t 'n.4l 'I ."Y ,;. 110";e

Te~i I.

?,490; 1I,

his. home in Arlina~ton, Ga. t.., %l,
Mr. Jacoby is spending his v .;alion Ant ~ I, I I.. 1T. P .I ,
in (;ainesville, ,. [,,;
M r. C I). l ol-,rtson wa;, in .1 til i. n- -- a
ville last week in attend.mnve al Ih,, AIMINIrSTI(Arh>ei s N '1ri( .
W ioodrrnen's ag-rolling. lie 'qp;aln I Sunit- N, t n a' ..,trI'oa' I t l hv4', i n1it:il, "I lIat.. I I I ,,
day in Itristol with his niotitli ,,.r, la. Itf I'.foi, n ii Iy. V. F)iia,.l m i,..i .t,
Mr. F. W Armstrong has r iurrtl.d all rw.lwrt haviltiv' claim n do.i mnl.t.i.a .ir inail
,lot fi lll., n w" i%' v. t iatna.' ,"T '"', ri Oll inr i so l lw. ii t l tl
front Valosta, where he h:i iit 'tl on two ywtr. from lhin ulir-., th. ?lth ,Iny ,if F. In.i-
husiness. A. ;).li ;. 'tiertwi'.. oi ,nrh a tirmn> &iii I'
rr,,wvr larrmi.
(apt. Pride was in town r u- il:tv until w A )DEMII.Y.
the afternoon. Adminninmtrtir of the ***.rtsia of Hiarri't t. Sliy.iner.
Misnes Mamie and Be.ssie Wyatt, of LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
Americus, (a., arrived T"a'. l st..irv lie the long distance teleiplon in
the guests of Mrs. A. ( ;pill. r. Connections can No tivewn toi any point
Miss Mamie Andrews has returneoi on the Southern Bell System. PI'tilic
from Itainbridge. where :d has hi4'en long distance tlephnn at ('entranlallice:
visiting friends Coupon ticket bw)ks stold at a di..coiint
Mestrs. Jack .l.h ,.ra, Chti. lie May Apply at Tele'hone .flice.
and Albert (;reot y, I l Aquincv. were in 43-tf W 1e Moo. Mannaiver
the ety Tu, th city Tuesday. If ymou want liay ',orn. atha or any
imon. I. A Iobterts. if Spring Hfill, kind of FelI Stuff, gvo tm Tallitha,-,e,.
made us a c.Il T', ..Il.ay. Aulm our paper. I.m4) Chickenm and .',1 hu lm Coan
Mrs. Williamson, of Jacksonville, .wtedb JulChickns and.NI
visiting her father, Col. R W. Williams. wanted by July t. erantile.
for a few weeks. Tallaha Mercantl (.
Mr. E. L. Hutchinson, Jr., came to Two godr things your money andi ur
Tallahassee Monday for a we-k's stay goods Let's exchange .
with his father. He has been in school 14-tf I'aIIi.I.I's & SIMI 40N
at Milledgeville this year and was a star
on the base ball team. lie played with Rest Cabinet I'hotographs in Talla-
the local n the Fourth against Mont- hassee, $2.50 per dozen 114 2t
lclel Subscribe for The True Democrat.

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1, Repair Worl

c All Work Done Promptly.

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r a Specialty.
Satisafction -- 'mmisd-.


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iimd take a look at our conveyances ad
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
iaccu'stomied to much driving, no doubt
utir prices will strike you as bing
sinall. Ino it) harm to ask them any-

J. '. S. HOUSTOUN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.


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0,.sthanvownd. Wi: lismt aifetitne.
A h.,jWw's Utam, St. steemIN.la

(( ff IN desflisi of 'to Fe w 0 p ebw I n or ""Is
piv l oi sad OP
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AdminmIoraeor' Mattle%.
Nl l'r 'Nl KIIII-3IF V.Y IVVN 1N) ALI..CIfll).
1i.ima. kerta'ea. clistritKA14tvo and akl l ww~wmo
ham.'ns? ataitnim air a-"tamndi. atinst the' eutata'of
Mo~ry J. Mhpuhemn. traw*mariIn hto.of 1~ neoninty.
v.i~ii. tropnr~tit anch riaimme Or 'Ie'andoto) iithe.
tirial,-mwigiieawithin twav Ymr% frton then atcai.
'stherwi,.'. .anw'will 9whfe bovver farml. Thisime:11.t
flaty cof Maty.A I. 1) 1
Adrmonista.L ourncm otuaamosatoanowso aiof the Ks-
tt.. cuml avj. McMaobama. Jmmi. .lVl- 14-st



[=Edwards. Son & Co.,

City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by phone, 169,
or visit our stalls in the

S-e J. 1) Cay when you wish to buy'
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. We
w ill give you the best at the eesto
prices. SI-tt
F M Brumby will save you
in new and second-hand Furnitwure.tt
See Collits for year Job ArtaSi.






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L mrr ranuPAY MORNING.

I slelation of the Daily Demo-
t not oninaed to Sewannee coun-
Mbut ti paper goes into a large
*oflhomes Lafayette, Taylor.
S, C mbis Leon and other
ele e tionisI ncreasing,
ad ls ht time we will put carriers
Sfao amber cities And town in
MH NU Forids-Live Oak lDemocrat,
The Iternal Improvement Act of
SM dirt the Trutees ofthe I. 1.
Fumd what to do with moneys arising
farom the sale of lands, commanding
t hen to "invest the surplus moneys
S IartIa from time to time in stocks of
the United States, stocks of the several
StaMs, or the Internal Improvement
bonds issued under the provisions of
law, and drawing not less than six per
ScenMt iannul ateawrt." The Inevitable
Inference ia that the right of final die-
posItion of such Invested funds belongs
to the Lgs1latr1e. Such was the in-
terptOtatmon placed upon the law by the
Legislature of 1908 when it appropri-
ated aUl of said moneys to the several
eountes of the State for the construe-
tion of good roads. In a statement
published by the Trustees in February
last, they accounted for a cash balance
of 9 ,5846.16, all but a few dollars of
whiihu was reported to have been on de-
poe in various banks throughout the
State, but they made no statement as
to the rate of Interest being paid by
soel depositaries for the use of the
-mo0y and did not show the collection
of a penny for such use. The Trustees
showed that they held to secure the
safety of such deposits alleged securi-
ties belonging to the banks nominally
amounting to $816,000 in value, thus
leaving more than $26,000 unprotected
by securities. Do the people of Florida
believe that the Trustees have complied
with the law?
If Frank Clark who owes his elnc-
tion largely to Nassee county, would
uae a little of his energy in working for
a public building for Jernandina, in-
stead of making iran-stand plays to
the people by asking for millions of
dollars for draining frog ponds, he
would be earning his salary and ac'om-
plis ng something for the State which
ham flow twice honored him by sending
him to Conress. Fernandina News.
The above is a fair example that it
is hard for any one to please all. The
Honorable Frank has been a zealous,
active, working Congressman from the
very minute he landed in Washington.
and Just because he has not yet, and in
so short a time too, secured a public
building for Fernandina, the News goes
for him for making "grand-stanel
plays." Give him a little more time,
my brother, and Frank Clark will get
your building if any such thing could
"be did," by any of our representatives
in Washington. lion. Frank Clark mot
always gets what he goes after.
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Ma WLive 10 Tears.
The chances for living a full century
are excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennle
Duneanx of laynesvllle, Me.. now 70
yeasm od. She write.: "Electric Hit-
oe cured me of chronic dyspepisa of
0 years standing, anid made me feel as
Sand trongt a a young girl." Elhe-
trOe Bita1 cure stomach and liver dia-
aam, bloodisorders, general debility
and bodily weakness. old on a guaran-
toe at aldruggist. Price only f.
(en. Gllehrist la going to tour Europe,
a Ia Bryan, but he will find the trip to
Tallahassee, via Europe, a rather round-
about one.- Tampa Trilune.
And there is no joke in that either.'
If the General expect. to come ta Talln-
hasee hehad better stick te hin Iluyle'r
eandy program, the girls might stir up
votes enough to let him know he had
been In the gulmrnatorial race That
General Gilehrist knows how to keep
himself in the public eye there is nos
discounting, for, lIeginning with that
famous okra receipt, a new wheime Ihas
followed almost every week. Nothing
like doing those nice little things, how-
ever, to keep one's name continually in
the newspapers.
The Smile
that won't come off appears cn bla iy'
faee after one bottle of White's Cream
Verlmifuge, the great worm medicine.
Why not keep that smile on haby's farce.
If uu keep this medicine on hand, you
wil never see anything elae but smiles
on his face. Mrs. H Blackwell.

Okla., writs: "My ley was peevish
and fretful, would not eat, and I feared
would die. I sed a bottle of White's
Cream Veumtuag aad he has not had a
slek day sine. ol by all druggists. *

I am now ppared to store in my
ei sad dr wireimouse any kind o4
0 fumiure or article one may wish
away for are k l.
Oftt At Armory Warehouse.
Mr. eddie nB left Monday for
Bahbumn, where wiW spend the


The evident purimn of the "powers
that Ie" in effecting the ,hulatitution
of Claude i'Engl for Hliloun as lthe
"dens exmachinn" of the Tallahannee
administration has aroused a wide
plrea d deire to iwe John Collina, of the'
True Democrat, sustained in his lanuda-
ble ambition to publish a daily edition
of his excellent newspalwer It is to Ie'
hoped that his .ixld and foarlemss course
in demanding clean governmental meth-
oda, in the interest of the whole people,,
has made for him a sumcient number
of powerful friendIs to enable him to
effect his purpose St Augustine Re.'
Mrs. B. C Chaires and her daughter.
Miss Nannie, have returned from South
Florida, where they have been visiting

For thirty-five years, except, perhaps,
the three years the writer of this para-
graph was from a printing office on a
farm in Leon county, and during that
time occasionally, he has been a close
reader and great admirer of the (calea
Banner, edited mostly, if not all of that
time, by Hon. Frank E Harris Way
back yonder when we entered the old
Floridian a office boy ,end priter's devil
under the venerable Charles Edgar
Dyke, it became a favorite exchange.
for us to look forward to every week
with pleasure; and now, in the ye-ar of
our Lord 19(W, we enjoy its visits as we
did in the good old days of our boyhood
No weekly newspaper in Florida now
stands higher, none is more albly edited,
and none kep;s nearer the topi notch in
improving. The State of I'lorirda has
been blessel in having as one of her
citizens these many years such a gVood
and useful man as has ever Ib-en Mr
Harris, and The True Democrat holes
he will live many year yet to do more,
good, an he most assuredly does every
week of his life; and may his mannner
wave on, controlled by another of the
best, even after he and the rest o(f us
old-timers have been called sawny, to,
continue to do efoodl for Floridiari.
W. C. U. T. Selections.
Drneaeness In the Army.
The annual re wrts of general l dGe,re,
II. Davis, the Judge Advocate Gen(eral
of the Army, show that the. number ,of
men court-martialed and punished for
drunkennmen during the four years mine,.
the saloons in the Army were i alohliehl.
in lesm than half what it was in the o',r
responding l-eriUlodof time in which they
were allowed The Itev IHarvey Wosfd.
Secretary of the Natiional I'T'remllrfnc'-
Society, Aays that the decrea v wa. ;talt-
ually sixty-six per cent. The numniler of
the men convicted of crime huni also 4.en
greatly l ensned
The Rev Mr. Trewkesbury, a lli-ton-
a of the American Iotard at I'ekl kir,
after ome, months of olte'rvatin of t It,
troops of the dlifferent tnat iontiliti ei,
which had captured that city at lie' th ini
of the Bloxer outbreak, wrote that, in
his opinion, "The Aniericain stoldliers are
more given to drink than thoe of any
other nation '" Thi was ,wf,,rt, I l,. |p;t:
sage of the anti-aalooe)i lan.
For every general who has exprlestre it
hiniself in favor of these army drinking
places ivl connect ion with t hl regimi,e
tnl ipost e'xchhranges t l'at t two ,fe equal.
or higher rank andI lmger ani mnore
varied eeu'rvice, can I e given whole have,
declared thernwivts atn utterly oipo ,,,,l
to them. Among the latter are (Gineruals
Miles, Shaftter, Wheele'r, luidl)ow, Hlyni
ton. !lins, Wilcox, |{ic.hester, (0
Howard and a dozen others.
Theme eminent men unlte in sa yina
that the regimentMa i(or al arn.s are' tl,
ever present Ilemptation to theo nli ii t I
indulge, in th(lie ue of intloxicants, that
they greatly inereare thenutnidl'r of the'
victims of the drink halit, andi mult iply
the number of those who resHrt to o)lt-
sideh sahmloo and vileh' IIe'l.l on |4ay lay:,
and other "days ofl. '
The' announced interitiion ,of Seniatir
l'Proctor and others to eaIect, if avtp'll.',
the restoration of the law which hi'':
been attended with mich evil I. aonlUeii(en'1
should cause, all the renal friend of Ihli
soldierH to I.e enrnest in prayer i1il za-
lous in effort ngainmt thiin ill corviudeIro cl
purlpe, e
Saloons and Realty Values.
After showing that if the piile,' ..andl
leh. for drink they will have mor, with
which to bluy real estate and honies, Iali.
after further showing that a iturplus in
the banks make the money inarket
"eaieie'r" and in turn hel sN in'rea.ie' reail-
ty value, the ils Anrge I' le '-'r/,'r' im 'eani
cludes by saying: "That the sailooin can
in any way aid realty values or that the
chloing of sal<)ai in any manner will af-
fect such values adverc'ly i.s st allr anl
nonhens'. I\s A igeIl'ia r I, etltate
\values rest upon ai notr, Hilir d anel utbli|
stantial Iaesi, than the froth on 1a iIi
of lt'Pr 'To contend lotherwise Is 1li ini
sutll to the inltelligei'e o f ev'ry 1ianui
who Owna propeIarty am the city.-
A Modern Miracle.
"Truly miraculU'u emind ('th r, <.v
e'ry of Mr. Melliet' lhtlt f thie I|('`,.".
write's J. ( R.R. Hooperll,'r Weofri.
Tenn, '"'he Wits sO waate'tl Icy ,',lgh in
Spup Ius from her lUangs. I )ctors ,Il
elar, l her end e, nt,,ir that her family
haud wntche'e lay her lrbedslid ferly e,'iit
hour, when, at mny urgent re'ue,,t. I r
King's New l)Dicovery was gIVen Iher.
with the asteonishinii result that inr
plrovement lxeguan, aid continued until
nhe finally completely revered, and in
a healthy woman todayy" (Gunranteed
cure for coeughs and calts, .re< tel $1n IMI
at all ditruggists Tria lhottlt fre,.

fly Mrs. Willarn Mellwain Their tbroth'er
Mr. William Van Brunt, who was also
a delegate. was with Mr. and Mrs. E.
I' T Iardl. I"The'se youngR pelidle are
th, nephew iandl neice'n of Mr. Itichard
Van Itrnnt, formerly of this city. Misw
Kate' Mickhler. no a delegate from Talla-
haee. was entertained by Mrs (. W.
Martth. (k'nl, HIanner.
Makes the Liver Lively.
Orino I.axative' Frit Syrup give's
permanent relief in cases of hnbitual
rontipatition. aq it stimulates the liver
ami restored the natural action of the
bowels without irritating theme organs
like pills or ordinary cathartics. Ioe's
not naueate or grape and is mild and
pleasant to take Remembtr the name
Orino and refuse suletitutea. Sold by
all dealers

Will ocker Stirn Up a Iorset's iMet.
At a meeting of the Democratic State
Executlye Committee, held in Jackson-
ville Friday, June 22, Mr. Will locker,
of this county member of the commit-
tee from the State at large, introduced
the following preamble and resolution:
"Whereas, This committee is heartily
in favor of the primary systen of nom-
ination, and
"Whereas, The. present sy.stern of
nominating certain cornmnitteemen and
minor officers unnecessarily encumbera
the candidacy of those running in the
primary for the more impocrt:ant offices;
"Where'ai, We believe that it is to
the best interest eof the I-mocratic
party that each campaign should he
conducted by a committee au'lected im-
mediately before the beginning of such
campaign, in order that such committee
shall reflect upon current issues the
sentiments of the voters whom they
repriment; lto it
"Resolved, first. That a convention
of delegates from the sev,.ral counties
of the State of Florida, to a State Dem-
ocratie Convention, is hereby called tA)
meet in the city of Jacksonville, Fla.,
at such police as the present chairman
of thin committee shall d',signate, at
the. hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on the first
Tuesday in March, A. D. 1W1s, for the
pturl moe of nominating (1) an adjutant
general, 12) a State cherniA't, and for
the pur;poe of selectiny a national comr
mitthrnlan nnd delegates, to the national
convention, and for the purorls,, of fix-
einz a ,i.te for State and county prima-
rie, fear the nominatir on of all other
cfflicer' and for the pirlp.o( of making
such rill'es and regulationA for the gov-
ernr fit; and for the pur eo. of ".eloctinm. a
Stat' comrnmnittee to .orndi't the, cani-
paign ,of 19101, and pcrforri such ,other
,lutii's ait maid convention may instnruct.
"Sec-ril. That eauch rcointy shall be'
crntitled to oane vote in ich conventi on
for every two huridlre tion thereof, e ast in such eaiiaity in thae
primary selection held oi, tli l1.',th diayaof
May, A. I) 11.0' "
ldl th;.A lIfen a l1nril loahfe.d with
ilynriamt l at could hrll harll v proeluce.dl
n.ore confu.s on. Iron .f ,,hri N C' Sto Ck-
tt,ri. v kli v.':t pr rensertt a.: ai proxy. arose'
to hv: f ,c ,1i if h a' hail |IIr .' in hi:;
Il-Cs wl aapt'I Ihaea.l ti0 e resiilut ion. IIcl
M;.iel that h, would alwA:y I' opposeded<
ti c(onventiimn4 that would \l. attitnel-edl
lay dlEli, at,'.. travlim, ti fr 'e ,pa .ss s.:.
Mr. W .1 I Hran ;anal Mr Arthur
Williams, who w;a rc,'rit ly elected 11
n1rn'mnlir of teli cornunittce in place of'
N. A. Ilitch, reatigneil, iliao the' re-olutionr
Mr llK'l,.ir and Mr t'hliarles lDactih-
crty favor'd thai resiolutiot' amti t(hld ina
v,.iy plain lainuaug" wiay it hihould lit
ail ,It ated
''iiN 'oiniiiiiittev wa 'I, ctc'tel foUiry ars
as,.,o arnd y't expectc,.' t, iimanafg thc
'cl lopiln it' I0 1O : Th:is Mr l eket,r.
at lthoe w.,ho favoredl th' ,''solution,a
thIiEial. vi ;,:.- toot tir i r.iove d frorn tihl.
pIoleI 'I'l'v waal''al .a fiAsh ej'"E n ;ion<
from tih p.,oiph. wl, I .t V A*ierls to usL
<01i')it to ', Iltain
Mr 11,, k.-r ha !i . that had thtO
re- colutiieil 11,t ) i .' .ie al te *an i,-.:;t( t it
w,,uil lia 'c' r.,rrii I ut the p;iurpo;. I't r
w hai h it w ;.,; ai tr',laf it thli:t is, ,to g 't
at herre, thlt pulli, ;andi provaukf' ,lir ui
nn t thriraithtle iWwslape'r.s, w:as a'
oi!M Ili ;hieI anil n w'i withdlr:wn
I tr, nimatr. eFlorida h:ia- :a way ,o :fauloptin.i
t plaitfirim ort A It Iftl irt ti hialaini,'' aof
thI, o'arintry kni\w hiw ishei itaroil: on
Mliy of thai' ncstioit.s constantly 'onlirmr'
up foi -,'t [n,'twit, and in areer to, lht
re'|ipre'sntdI at all ti the, next National
1 r.nii n-rati' ('orivention shei mItust holly :
pirirnary el'Iction early in the springg of
'11.S in U oridr to ,lee't dlh'gnatres at the
saine prinirry in whi,'hi our Statiafficers
atr, to li, ni, i,'inate'l,, ana this will I,'
entirely tioo nearlyy to have a fr.e and
full dii us ,iiion ani l will le, unjust to, all
concerned, b loth voters and candl;ites.
W ie hle t that t he resolution intro-
duced y Mr. IIi-ker will Ie, generously
diAcu:4sed ivy tha newspapers of the'
Slate' an:Al will l.e brought to the attend
tion oef I hi various county rcommittees..
There ii a grocwinig sentimen( of dis :-t -
i fattioii ;at tt. wv.i thiinags tare nw
laei,,g coa tlu,'te'd. ;airl we ho|ia, that Mr
IIa'ktk r's r';olaiitann will Ic" ax an entr-
irn' we'l)'0' that will ring ahaout a whola
',m chanrt'a, (>'.la Itarmner, 2 .thi
Half the World Wonders
hlow thle 'the r haelf live's I''ho,' whoa
sa-c' hicl'c en'. Amatlic.'ie Salie nev'r w niI
el .lr,'ro ai, all "i kin eru tioiti,. the'v know v
it will. Mis 1 ;, nt S 11y, llt:1l 1" Revn-
,eli t. l tre",,t, ,ri,'iugfae'h III.. ay.i' '"I
r,.a1' it rc 'itf th uahasolue' n''e'.:.;itie,
of hoi ,keelpinr (tiara1nteel lay all

ion. A S W'Ils. who has hatd a
tnluanil1r of nin' ialei' employeld on the'
('Cedlar II lurnoc'k rainn for s'1ni, months.
'left for ho,,re at Tallahahse' last Fri-
eay lIr:,nentown licrnald.
The Mi.ses Van Itrunt, ef 'lallaha.se'
who have Iceen ,ttending the worthorh
lei4ue c'onferetnce,. we're' ntertainei,

Mr II. S. White, engineer of the
Electric I.ght plant of this city, left
Tumlsday for his home in South Carolina.
Mr. Putnam, a graduate of Clemsmo
College, will take the recently vacated
Mr. .1 1. Mason. for a long time on
the force. of the Capital Publishing Co.
of this city. will leave with his family
the first of the week for Pennsylvania,
his old home. Ife has not visited his
people for many years, and will now re-
main there
Mr J. W. Booth, agent of the G. F.
& A R R. at Quincy. in announcing
an excursion states to the public that
it is "no trouble at all to am wr any
questions that might be asked." This
is quite a deviation from the general
run of agents, and the G. F. & A. c r-
tainly ought to do a good businr in

Membership t Le isatme.
District I-Thoe. F. West, Milton.
2-John S. Beard, Peseola.
3-John Neel, Westville.
4--Theop. West, Marianna.
5--A. J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6 -James E. Broom, Quincy.
7 -Park M. Trammell, Lakelaad.
S -John W. Henderson, Tallahassee.
9 -W. K. Jackson, Inverneu..
1( C. L. Leggett. Greenville.
11-James E. Crane, Tampa.
12-Al. Winburn, Mallory.
13-- F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14 -F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15 -J. 1. Crews, Lake Butler.
16-Thomas S Davis, Fernandina.
17--J. It. Newlan, Live Oak.
IS -II. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19- Louis C. Massey, Orlando.
20 1) H. Baker, Orange lHome.
21 N. R. Carter, Levyville.
22 W M. Girardiau, Monticello.
23 I. N Withers, Ladylake.
24 W. Hunt Harris, Key West.
25 S. W Clark, Blountatown.
2t E. S. Crill, Palatka.
27 Jos.. I. umphreys. Bradentown.
2- Frank W. Sams, New Smyrna.
29 FE E. Canova, Sanderson.
W Frank Adams. Jasper.
31 Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
32 II. If. McCreary, Gainesville.
Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd
L. Carter, Gainesville.
Baker L. C. Cobb, Olustee;
lBradford --E. S. Matthews, Starke;
II C. P'eopldes, Dukes.
Bnrvard -Wade H. Jones, Titusville.
Calhoun A. Max Wilson, Blounts-
Citrus J. W. Knight, Floral City.
Clay -J. B. Long, Green Cove Springs.
Columbia M S. Knight, Lake City;
II 1,. Avant, Fort White.
Dade -John W. Watson, Miami.
leSoto W. IH. Hooker, Arcadia.
Duval I. I. Farris and S. H. Mel-
ton, Jacksonville
Fscambia ('has. M. Coston, Pensa-
cola; M 0. lHaggett, McDavid.
Franklin J. F. C. Griggs, Apnlachi-
G(adsden J. H Willis, Quincy; W. L.
Taylor, Hranchville.
Ilamilton John Bradshaw, Jennings;
I.. (G. Register. JA.spr
Hlernando C S. ilson, Brooksville.
IHillalsro-- W. W. K. Decker, Tampa;
John R. )udley, Plant City.
lHolme's ) J. Paul, Bonifny.
Jackson Ed. Williams, Graceville;
11 C. Neel, lascom.
Jefferson S. D. Clarke, Minticello;
J. 1. 'lhompson, Lloyds.
LIafayette I) G Geiger, Mayo.
Lake S. P Kirkland, Altoona; S. F.
Smith, Leesburg.
Lee F. J. Wilson, lhuckingham.
Ieon A. S Wells and Gilbert flarts-
field,. 'allahassee.
Levy J. N. Willis, Williston.
Liberty Sidney iD. Johnson, Bristol
Madison It. I Roiwe, Madison; R
1,. Milliner, Ellaville.
Manatee John A. Graham, Braden-
Marion E. L. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
(; Matlthws, Ocala.
Munroe C. I,. Knowles and W II.
Malo.ne, Jr Key West.
Nassau S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Jan.
E'. (Clkirns, Fernandina.
Orange G. W. Crawford, Conway;
I. C. Albernethy* Orlando.
( >;tola A. E IDonegan, Kissimmee.
P'.sco i. J McCutcheon, Dade City.
Plolk W J. HDurrance, Fort Mead; H.
W. Snell. Winterhaven.
Putnam iH. A. McKenzie aind W. A.
IHRus4ll,. Palatka
Santa RIosa J II. llarvell, Bagdad;
A J 'e'nden, Oak Grove.
St Johnns C..I. DuPont, Matanzas;
W A McWilliams. St. Augustine.
St. lucit' Claude F ()lmstead. Ft.
Sumter W. C (;. Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee W. R Dorman, Live Oak;
W. II. McClellan, Welborn
Taiylr T. J Faulkner. Perry
Voluma Wm. S P'arkinson, Daytona;
I). F. Morrison, Itarlxrville.
Wakulla S. P Ioddenbwrry. Sop-

Walon J. II. Itichburg. Laurel Hill.
VWashin.tor W. H. Lassiter, Vernon.
Beats the NMslc Cure.
"ToI keep the body in tune," writes
Mrs. Mary v Blrown, W) Iafayette Place,
'inghkee(pai,. N. Y., "I take D)r. King's
New l.ife P'ills. They are the most re-
lealhe ani l pilaanrit laxative I have
found H'st for the stomach, liver
anil lwoI, (iuaranteedo gists. 2fw *
Mr. ( G Myers is away ,n business
in .la'ckwnvilh, this week.
Mr Rluth-lele Alfonrd and Willie
('Chires, .Ir., left Tuesday for a week's
fishing trip on Lake Jackson.
Mr. S. ID. Chittenden ha bought out
the interest of Mr. Walter Wight in
Wight & iturnm' popular men's furnish-
in e'stahillihshme'nt, and the new firm
will go under the nanwM of Iturns & Co.











Special Train Service.

At Lanark on the Gulf.
Ideal Place to spend the
Months. Hotel modern and
to-date. Reduced round
rates from Tallahassee.

Return limit 90 days,
Return limit 15 days, -
Saturday to Monday limit,



(Panacea Springs.)

Return limit 90 days,
Return limit 15 days, -
Saturday to Monday limit,


For Rates and other Information
write to:
Bainbridge, Ga.
Tallahasee, Fla.



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

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

Plumbing A Specialty.

A ood***amsate, colored or white
tol. GGoodai, next to singer
SeigMachine e~es, at ease.

16-1m- Josa
P se m mrimeeG d asi
A good arelae wanted Goa
haslsJ, -la. 14-t
od Ikodl k
oM man. d0. Box 46Tall-

Several boarders can get good aceom-
modatlons with private family. Callat
this office, or addre P. O. ox 16
To lbau
A comfortable s-room house for rent.
Apply to Mrs R. McDougall. 783 South
Boulevard. 16-tt
Flumbog. PloMdad, Pitabubd.
Water, Steam and Gas Pitting.
For Saleo
A seven-year-old gentle horse and
bugg, both excellent condition. Will
sell cheap. Apply to
Warranty Deeds, legal form. True
Democrat Office. tf


Built to order at
reasonable prices.
One now ready to deliver, size
axle 3j, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
All kind of General Blacksmith-
ing and repir work done prompt-
ly and at reasonable prices.
Horse Shoeing
A Specialty.

W. H. Adkinson,
New Shop North of KemperStable.


SNext Monday's Bargains.


Yard Wide Percal the 12 1-2 kind, at 10c Ladies White Hemstiched Handkerchiefs,

Simpsons 3-4 Madras Percals, value 8c, always 5c ech, at 3c ech, or 29c doz.
at 5c Great Values in Linens and Cotton Shirt-

Ladias Bleached Vests, at 8, 15, 19 and 4c ings also Colored Lawns.

Any Gents Straw Hat in the house worth Special Values in Shirtwaists and Ladies
up to $i.50, choice 50c White Canvas Shoes.

DUVAL BROS, .CAHOs Tallahassee, Florida.

The seasons mean more to Americans All is quiet and nothing newsy hap- Now is the time whei most city men, "-
every year Outdoor life means more; Mr. N. Goldring, of Pensacola, was opening at Lake Bradford this week. who have pleasure vacations at all, are Troops Will Assemble at Tampa Au.
everydens, hllsides, beaut, air, andex- registered at the Bloxham this week. Crops are looking fine, and large yields freed for a short stretch of idleness and gslt 6. fe Eight Day.
garden, hillsides, beauty ar, and ex- Miss enton Davis left Thursda for a are expected. The rainsdid them good. sun. In summer alone is nature known Th following order announce the
ercise. Our cities, except New York, visit to friends in Quincy. Mr. G. W. Levy and Mr Hayward by most of those who dwell in towns. enam ow by brg of tm he ida
are growing more slowly than they The hosiery department of Burns & visited Mr. R. W. Levy Sunday In the metaphor of man, summer and State roops at Tamp. August 6 to 18
used to grow. With all our immigra- Co. can't be "beet." I Mr. H. L. Atkinson was a visitor to i spring stand for life and joy, for mirth has been issued by Adjutant General
tion it is estimated that only one-fourth Mr. Willie Puleston came over from Lake Bradford Tuesday, and the guest land hope opposed to the colderseasons Foster:
of the increase in population goes to Monticello with the team, returning o r. Leveid hi darkeme ng othe Day. State of Florid, .
congested cities. In talking about why ss bator and brooder and will start his The Winter of the Spring, Tallahasee, July 1, 1906.
Sse rir-the love of country life affects first the Mer fn poultry business very soon. And ever upon old Decay General OrdTrs Jo 2
the love of country life affects first the day from a very pleasant visit to Mrs. Messrs Eugene Levy and Hiram At- Thegreenest mosses cling. General Order No 2
well-to-do, one of the ppriodicals in Lutz, at Wakulia kinson tried their luck on the finny tribe "Summercomesmwithflowerand bee, An encampment of the brigade of the
which we personally find most wisdom Best Cabinet Photographs in Talla- Tuesday. with nests andyoung, with sensuouness Florida State Troops will held at
and acumen, "The Christian Register, hassee. $2.50 per dozen 18-2t Miss Mamie Williams is visiting Mrand fertility. Her caressing air and Tampa commencing Au-st 6, 190, and
says that the laboring classes "have New assortment of Ladies' Collars R W. Levy this week. clear blue sky give to the average being covering a period of eight days. The
lost their homing instinct, and are more 10,. at Evans'. Mr. R. W.Levy has sold his planta- warmer happiness than any other season sever alcommands com ing the brig-
controlled by the propensity for herd- Mrs. McCord went Thursday morning tion and crops. brings Among the poets the month adm will, where e practionable, proed
ng. The reasons that the laboring Whigham, Ga., where she will visit Stemography. through which we are passing now has the place of redevou by noon of Mon-
ing." Ther her son, Dr. Mather MCordmorehonor than the one which followsta rbonM
classes prefer the city are weighty and Adjutant-General Foster has issued Parties desiring steno raphic work next. July stands for the height of day, Aulust 6th, but all commands
many, but these reasons will steadily orders for the It h iae done can be accommodated by applying summer's warmth and richness, and for must arrive in Tam uring that day.
many, but these reasons will steadily orders for the encampment by brigade I to Miss COSTA. Office at Gilmore & The soldier who fails to attend (e-
decrease with rapid transit, telephones, of the Florida State troops at Tampa Davis Co.'s hardware store. 17-tf those days when the wind cept in the cases of properly authored
rural mails, and other facilities for in- August 6th to 13th, inclusive -- "Sweeps the broad forest in its summer absence) will be regarded as absent
tercourse and education Electricity is 17 pounds Sugar for $1.00 at orbes Aprime. exul. without leave, or in desertion, as the
nowcarred in Geran France ad Tallahassee Mercantile Co. r ts As when some master-hand exulting circumstances in the case may indicate.
Mr. Raymond Raney returned to Tal-. X rom xham Hotel. sweeps ,, The commanding officer of every officer
our western States, from city factories lahassee last night after a pleasant visit Everything new in Furniture. Prices The keys of some great organ." or enlisted man so absent wi file at
out into farms and country homes, so to his people at Moultrie, Ga. are right. Strongest line of high rade July is midsummer, and stands to man regimental headquarters on the day of
that manufacturing can be as conven- Sanitar Plumbin insures goo and medium Framed Pictures. Prices for the turning point of life. She is the his arrival in camp charges and apecifl-
that manufacturing can be as conven- Sanitaryh ee Phllumbing insures gon. 14-t low. symbol for productive warmth, and cations against the delinuuent and such
iently done far from city centers. The health oee Phiwps & Simpson 14-tf ..-......... ......
i done far fromci ty centers. The health 1 i. & Simpson.Th Ile of Florida dee ly s a. August for the heat that begins to char es and spe ifications will b oe for-
demand for books and periodicals about One look into the windows of Burns The p people of Florida deeply sy August for the het that begins to charedimmediately by the regimental
nature topics increases and reflects this & Co. will convince you of the sterling thize with ofen r Wilkinsn (all c commander for the consideration of the
drift, which is so rapid that even from quality of their goods. tired in New York on June2rth Mrs Refering to the Constiutional Amend- commander-in-chief
one season to the next its effect is visi- ar od to u my w as in te city Frildav,' Call, was at one time regarded as the' meant creating a permanent board of J. CLIFFORD FosTTR,
re i n the t e o ore ta eteut fir r s E t -haits one caritylo l hansomest wom an tin Florida. ;ains- drainage commissioners, which iis to be Adjutant General.
ble in the temper of our thought. Col- tomatoes. vil h ome woman in Sunorida. ins- voted on nxt November in the general Brig. Gen John W. Sackett will be
lier's Wo klv I' er'sian Lawns and Wash Mulls at vi run. i election. The Times Union says: "Let it in command of the camp
IW- -ii E Just 1 ari e'hen your plumhinv neeS repairs, he re.memberedl that the proposed ('on- . ...
Corbett's, M '. usw ernr e ft n v 'phone iNo. so8. 1hil,- & Simpson. 14 stitutional Amendme.nt would put into; Another statement the great Napo-
X From Bloxham Hotel. for N-w York She wii vi.it eitherr Persian Lawns ari Wash Mulls at the hand. of fiie m 'n power- greater leon Bonaparte Broward is accredited
Everthing new in Furniture Pi ies cities f importance. art f E Jt arrive than the Legislature itself ltesses
Everything new in Furniture Pies r ities t f importance. | inn partn of vans Ju rrin ve powers in the xereise of which it is sul- with having made at Munson Pond, in
are right. Strngest lineof "h gradc the tine in and medium Framed Picture's P'rice. 1B,',re leaving town for the summer e sure and ee t r you buy t courts. Let the people remember winded drainage speech to a handful of
low :.e Hurris & (0,,. for trucks and suit sel matters not 'whkt it iu. that ,ts .m net th e inslae revolut in df
Mrs.. Tric Dead. s f ks n s mantle dv frn the fundamental listeners, is: "I am going to put some
Din,. at the home -of her s,n, Mi. --- ideas. of American government and in of those newspaper men who have been
Joseph Ti ice, t Med art. last iaturd:t the direction of an irresponsible auto- lying on me behind the bars. so that
afterhro, nMrs. E. Trice. after at oji:('racy. Then, if the pe-ple (of Florida Iyou eo le may look upon them," which
and painful spell of sickness, Rev. E. vte it into the organic law of the State brought down ret laughter, ut no
Trice, her husband, having died onivy vte it knowingly and wilfully, they will brought dw great laughter, ut no
fe m( exce!ent woman, who was much lv. Nt P int very idea of self-rue. of democratic devils caged up yet.
by al who knew her, and her sonrs. N e in government of fairne.n and justice. gresman
J(cn. Joe and George, have the .Vmlpa- ---_---_ Hon Wnr. B Lamar. Congressman
Jon, Joe and eorge, have the sympa- Rr A for this congressional district. is in the
thy of their friends in their bereave- .I YA I city visiting his friends andi is the -est
meant They have lost both father and Creates & good impression among your .uI s3 **iV l I* ctis sister. ns aCivte Lamarwaer.
mitoner wctin a earu, t d al i r aan correspondent and held to give your ........... The (;Genrtal will spend quite a while
fiction sefal faithful ad l hep give your Special sale all .ummer at Evans' visiting d.t,.'r,.nt (points of his district
loving sons as they have always proven business prestige. during th< adjournment of CongreM.
to be. May they all so hlive as to 'e s A sugetin to the State Fair a lurin g the adjurnent of congress.
able to gather at th'e reunrnnMwhh wn uo NsA' M"arv"0 AT aseU sABL11 pma Carnival organizations at Tampa and lP'rt Tampa, nieces of Mrs. John G
Trice were iood Christian soliersand OOLLIN8' JOB OFFIOE. .Jacksonville' Would not a cage full of Collimn. are in the city visiting their
have been taken to the reward that al- Florida new-papers "who had been aunt They took in the lamonia picnic.
wasaw _________ lying (in me," n.,re a great attr ac' in company with a number of other
ways awa. hpur lying on me prove a reat a, ion. Tallahaseeans. and all enjoyed the oc-
New assortment of Ladies' Collams and would not our ;,overn,,r ard h"s cansion very much.
10c, at Evans'. henchmen have a sight to behold .lust Tallahase.eeans always are pleased at
lqls r to;res.think of a care full of "Florida lying" the success of her young ladies and her
Miss Lilian Nichols, who ill sail the r .ward says he 'ill defy the court. New lot of Val l.a'e just come, at scribblers in a bunch all caged, and young men as well. Amongl those who
latter part of July for (',rea. where she in hi efforts ,to carry out his drainage Evan.'. w. b y. lncl. .asn Miss Elizabeth Lewis, the beautiful
lh^ 1 Goernmit G vr th an So Room ,, ,te ct marke Mr R. L Netherton, reires.,nting and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tallahassee last week on her way to her whe f' G ernment 'aw he d n d 1.4rt areas s Safe company of Buffalo. N. Y.. Stewart Lewis, who was a pupil in that
old home in Apalachicola. Miss Nich- ..-lfst to eity ca Idne is in the city and made us a pleasant excellent and popular St. Joseph's Con-
ols has just finished a two years' course -. Vlusia county Rcr.rett'l vent at St. Augustine. Miss Lewis
in the Scarritt Bible and Training Congress has agreed to, he apprropria- visit this morning. brought to her home a splendid record
School, and she is well fitted for the tion of $25,0(> for th' presulent's tray-. From Blosbam Hotel. If you would get the very .best in r ouht t he collm e medal, which
work she has chosen, both by her train- cling expenses Everything new in Furniture Prices Watches and ir general Repair Work, wand awarded to her college medal, whichived
ing and naturally Miss Maria Gibson. New lot of Val Laces just come, at are right Strongest line of high crade call and e Nicholon. 19-t the highest average. 95 per cent, and
nrncipal of the school where she has Evans'. and medium Framed Picture. Prices Mr. Dan. G. Pleasants. representing said to be the highet record ever at-

been two years, says that as far as she The Divorce Conference Committee. ow. .. the Florida Insurance Company, 0f trained by a pupil in the convent, for de-
has been able to judge her character is having in hand the charge of perfecting The Tallahassee True Democrat act- Jacksnville. and director of agencies, IKrtment. good lessons, attendance, etc.'
without flaw. Floridians wil feel asp- a uniform divorce statute, will meet at ally calls Governor Broward 'a beauty was in the cit Wednesday and madeui iTa..
cial interest in Miss Nichols and hir St. Paul. Minn., September 1. 'Tis true it links the doubtful compli.- a pleasant cal TaM Netce.
been sent to the training school by the It will be well for the genial General ment with other language not so beau- When your Watch. Clock. or Jewelry All property on which taxes are not
beden ent to the rang hool by t Gilchrist to steer clear ofthe Philipine tiful nor so complimentary to the Gov- needs repairing or you netd new paid by ugust 15th will be advertised.
Golden Lks and Orange Blossom Islands in his contemplated tri abroad ernor but then it ought not make itself goods in a first-class jeweler's hne, call No exception will be made.
Mietss Niehols, during her little visit t he natives m ht seize upon him and liable to a suit for ibel on the beauty and see Nicholson, and he will do you W. D WILSON.
llaNichol, waduring he guest of Mrs. W. mke a "atto of him Datto Gil- question. He may be good or honest or first-class work or sell you the best 19-6t Collector.
Talah Moor, who a h h guuet chri t-well, whatwouldth girlgrad- host of other things unmentionable, goods for the least money, 19tf
Miss Mirim Harrison of Monticello, sates say to that?-Penaacola News except by the True Democrat, but beau- U-- "cl-- "IE 'USTA
another Florida girl who is taking a For ummrt rn Rpt Star, I. Household Furniture. Apply to Mrs .e e infMkAH. *no amNoe seas
course at Scarritt. White Canvas Oxfords and Pum. The following from the Lake Region M, Block, opposite Mickler house. 19v
Bu,,, Sun.'a as well to you:H. o"
C ,ml. BURNs & c. "Afw leading this iu", send it to iQute a nice party took in the moon- Orsip Laxative Fruit Syru Te
m t 1 ,0 M. Jacobi*whooccupies a your.frimlint distance "-' "btto ""light excursion to Dog Island Monday permanent relief in oas .of abltual
Sn B l O M J be. who occupy t es a ea the dsmd o r night and enjoyed the surf bathing and constipation, a it stimulate the Uver
MEli n few in Furofit PriceA tointheo oTaahasee. came rlaf oiCormixs triora the pleasant outing Those participat- and restores the natural action of the
are rilt tr.. ..t line of hih of AgriculIture, Tallahassee. ame d .wn .or ,el can ea f p l*o that the G F & A. will soon, bowels without irrita
W- o and aug r Miss Coonstan*eo west to n tue m year. Throw in your; Dto ae a e yktoe.. Ie .. .-,

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soon an interest is awakened which in- WOMAN BU uuB or JACKSONVILLE, FLA
creases with each arrival of the local May 28. 1906. TI CHILRMNG FAVORITE TONIC
paper Thus the habit of reading is Mas. W s JNNINOs, Ch'n. sWSame *@ ****avIeeO.
ormedt, and those children will read the MR A. G. CUMuMR, I *NI N(o we e PS AsS **o v 1S
papers all their lives and become intel. Mas. G-o. C. WARNaR, Ballerd-Snow Limlaent Co0
,ient men and women, a credit to theis Mas. E. H. MOTE. S*. a ows. me.
nstm st n knowledge of the M. N C. W. MOLrT. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
wormlWit as ittod,. y-Mayo Ires, Press Un. N_ C._W_
Abmh"Ma Liasl Tesri ULver
was a ma. who. against all odds, at. is out of order. You go to bed in a bad
taind the highest oor a man could humor and get up with a bad taste in
mt b the United States. d' your mouth. You want some t to
]r S pnd Sp1d attale st mulate your liver. Just try elb_,
"""Hmj^S ^ ^^ ^--..--. 1
e allthe live regulator. A PoiUv or
mfIyNn 3 fa Mrs.m-u Fort WorthU .
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Sei COLIS, PaMftbflshe. They Will gBage isto Jelot Debate I
G IuL MDOIv T rEDAYTMOXWr. p1p8|1,1f
_____,_,_____A_____ ~ From the Pensaceola Journal of JulyG IL M O
Wti& Sables 0v Amw 3 we get the following:
Among the despatches to the daily "Gov. Napoleon B. Broward and Hon.
Amos ther ndepatheo J e John 8. Beard, who holds views diamet.
ewupapers, under date of Junoe richly opposite to the Governor upon
from Macon, Ga. comes M giving the the dra iia question will lock horn. ON
deplorable state of affairs in the follow in public debate on the subject some. CONT
*am*h. time in July in Pensacola.
matma wh i "The meeting has been arranged and
That many white babies have been the speaking will occur in the Plas,
givn awayy theirmothers to negro wh atwll provided for the
women mIndleb. .iJ t. .tartiganoun ublicand where thousand. can gather
e made Dr. J. L. White, ptor n comfo to hear the two able men H
of the First artist Church of Macon. Mayor Bliss, who war recently in
ix Dr hitoe a nesa ued vealr y Tallahiassee, asked the Governor i he Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime
amd Dr. White states that several other would have any objections to meeting
similar cases have been brought to at- Mr. Beard in public debate in PensacolaBusiness (ten years in the n
tntion of himself and members of his sometime during this month, and re- and perform all that is require
cone ration ceived a reply that he would be glad to
Ihe half-dozen babies already found address the people of Pensacola upon
have been placed in the Hepsibar orphan the drainage of the Everglades and the
home. The others will be placed there. reclaiming of thousands of acres of P
'Dr. White in an interview given out last land. Upon his return the ryor called
nht says that moral and social ulcers Mr eard, who is op t the and as this is a part of the Bu
of the most loathsome nature have been uGovernor' s cheme to 'Irain the Ever-
unearthed in city of Macon, He says con- glades and the latter agreed to join in sanitary good, and have there
ditions have been discovered here that th es, at e.i
could not exist in heathen countries, t"he metingha now benarranged, rules laid own by the city.
where cannibalism is not practiced, but a Mr Beard will lave, the city in
Attorneys and detecwill maktives have been a few dys for a stay of ten days or
employed and will make aI thorough in- two weeks, it will be the latter portion
vyestigation of the slums. In evry cae of the month before the debate occurs;
the children dicovwredl have bi-en founbutd h e it d,' there will no \,riebt be,
to be illegitimate. ar, irmerme crowd prx.Nunt to hear P rin t a n d
MAGNITUDE OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT. these interesting speakers."
Sla aton That lo an esoltion on Railroad Station. See John
Who Want J tice Should dans Throaghout the State of Florida.
Who Wat Justice, Should 10-alizing that our railroad stations Everythin New an
Remember. in Florida do not co, p are favorably Everyythln New an
Few citirzens of Florida, perhaps, have with railroad stations ,ir the North, Ordes In Paper an
Iwten able to realize the size and shape lEast ,or West in point of comfort and Know How to Ue
of the o,-called "drainage district" beauty or -riet the present neceshitiew
designated by the drainage board for of our traveling public, the. people visit- Try us.
the purpose tf wringing from its u- ing ,r State are often deterrd from A o o
fortunate inhabitants andu tax payers an hbuyinv arid settling on [tecount of their AU Woa pri
unjust and unlawful tax This region first unrpl-aaunt expericncesa in our un-
is about one hundred and fifty miles in Ivtiag htationh: COLLINS J
length, north and south, by about ninety lie it resolved, That it is the seri.se of COLLI JOB
mile in width, east and west. It em. this clut CAl
braces, practically, about one-fifth ,f (I). To work fir better buidindggs fir
Osceola county, half of Ih'Sot,, five- railroadJ tatiorns throughout the entire tr
fifths of Lee and St., Lucie, and all of State
Monroe and Dlade. It includes four 2) T ,,urge. the ,provisifr. of ieparate
townships lying west of said range lin,. waiting roirn. arid wash roirns for The new Laxative
in the southwest part of Lee county. white and collored people h
It isa roughiy estimated tio contain (ex- ). For lt'arly kept and sanitary that (do0 0ot gripe
clusive of the area of tLake (Okeechobee, buildire~ s.
stated at twelve hundreds square miles) '4). or well lighted waiting roonis r nauJeate.
about seven million acres. Of this the and platforms, at all hours of the night,
8tate holds title to about three million tt stations where passenger trains are Pleasant to take. c
acres; about half a million acren consist scheduled to arrive
of United States land and exempted (5 ) For the beautifying of grounds
from the drainage tax by the board, around stations and railroad station Jeff D. Ferr l
and the remainder, belonging to large buildings in the State of Florida D r e
and small owners is the area attempted Be it resolved, That we communicate
to be taxed for drainage purposes. If with the railroad companies, town coun- WHT
the drainage board could collect the 5- cils of every incorporated town and city WHEELWHRI6T and BLACKSMITH.
cent tax upon all of the lands In the of Florida and all Improvement Asso- .-
disrict thus privately owned It would ciations and Women's Clubs throughout -o
amount to only about $175,0(O with the State, enlisting their co-operation
which to conduct a drainage enterprise for the betterment of the present con- General Repair Shop.
estimated to cost about 5,fi(.).XMo A edition of most of our railroad stations Hnras hoeing an ex-
tax to the full limit of the law would in Florida Horse Shoeing by an ex-
yield only about $360,000. Was it the He it resolved, That a copy of these pert who has had years
purpose of the board to secure the re. resolutions be sent to the officers' head- of experience. .
mainder of the funds needed for this quarters of all the railroad companies
great enterprise by establishing other and their division superintendents oper- -r
"drainage districts.' in all parts of the sting within the Stat, of Florida, and
State and levying a drainage tax upon ask them to co-operate with us and ^ portion of the public
allof the privately owned lands therein? town councils. Improvement Associa- orton f the ul
Judging from the arbitrary acts of the tions and Women's Clubs, for the im- patronage is sol iited
board thus far disciloned, such is the provemont of the railroad stations and satisfaction guaran.
danger which threatens every private throughout the State. teed.
land owner in the State whese title Where said companies do not feel ---
came from the United Staten grant of financially able to spend moneys on
1860.--Jacksonville Metropolis grounds, that they are hereby requested Econom y enc I
I _.-^^s-Jac l Metroto give permission to any town council, o F n e
LITTER TO D. CHITTiNDEN. Improvement Association or Woman's If you intend to do Fene.
Tallahasee, Fla. Club to use the railroad property in ing, it will pay ou to see
beautifying grounds and improving ati-
Dear Sir: There are these five ways tion, where it does not interfere with me before pure asing.
of badness In paint: the transaction of any business pertain- I am generall Agent for
(I) stufed-out with halk, r some- in to operating of said road. the sale of the Economy
thin lbke th atter than but no e also ask that officers of railroad Fence, and know it to be
overinnowompanies in charge of said companies' the very
t h t o i, korwater, e or rurty give agents at stations and
(3) benne in the oil, r water, o division uprintendents instructions t BEST and
o there such stuffing; muh uid, what- work and help in every way to better S7 and
ever it Is, forth solid; the railroad stations of w e orida. This
(5) short measure. will not only add to the comfort of the'
Now will you buy by the price per travehng public, but to the value of an he built for less than
We furnish our agents with a State property owned by said railway com- 15 cents a Rod. -
chemlist's certificate of analysis that Be *t further resolved. That these W Rr
tells.whatsine resolutions and the action of this club W illiam Roberts,
Yours truly, in regard tu the foregoing resolutions
F. W. Ievy& (o. | printed and a copy sent to the agents SALES AGENT,
P. (,timore & Davis ell our l'aint, or persons in charge of every railroad 40-tf Centreville. - Florida.
. rumore avineour ai. company's official headquarters, oper- -.....
.. .s. ting in the State of Florida presidents ---
A local ape.r should .' found in every of the town couuncils of all towns and . JIT -
home. No haldreh should grow up iK. cities of the State; all Im provement a, m em tu -
norant who ran be taught to appreciate Asaciations. Women's Club.s and to afm V rP m ug
the home paper It is said to be the every weekly and daily newspaper and UI 0 I i 1 U
stepping stone of intelligence in all of journal in the State, with a request to ____
those matters not to b<. found in books. publish, and by concerted action unite .. --
Give your children a foreigd n paper tn this great work of general interest 1T1 SURnE E
which contains not a word a bout any and benefit to our people, making our
person place or thing which they ever railroad stations modern, up-to-date,
aw, or perhaps ever heard of and and not only compare favorably with
could you expect them to be interneated? those' of other Staten, but that they
But let themhave the home paper and may stand in the near future unsur- REDp d
read of people whom they meet, and of P....d. _umKby..
pilee of which they are familiar, and Respectfully submitted by a

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M0 jas u ser as 's s. cmme nws N o.wand
..l. 0 do-- -- Carr *lile, Jutry 4.-Mr. Randol
JempedUm hSe4,g n asCa Drigrs was br ht to town byr te ,
K W* U.B mail steamer serlioly hurt. A* I
Key WT WORM& Miamiwt ts Theo KE. W. Johnson xp16d at
PmA? ^oar HiTe MOetIe. Te g eorreepdemtot The lawnh W Jo-aMW exploded at It Ii'
a Mieami ert tlt the followingButler Landingf Satunday last, caused Ie ..ulAA I *I* a
ather nAr- e spI I t 6: by Mr. Nelson strikinga match to light
"Richard Llotd, bet knownaBt a egatte. The gasoline tank was
asmw., was arrested wdeyt for d trdr akin, unawares to the crew. The
INe.. conduct and using obe ms8 s I r tod the ter We are now offering our figured
d, h ah lm me t m0 -_was tried before Judge Broo. iri tay ht all he rememb was seeing a
sie wte i u vak.h;: afternoon. blue smoke and breaking through the
..with asse, s "During the trial Lloyd continually wndow so the crew comu escape. Mr.
interrupt the Judge, o elson was badly bruised. The terrificends of other dry
eatei.e ,. Tlas him to sixty days in jail and a fine of jar gave them such a shaking up that
$100, and ordered the marshal to take the didn't recover until the vessel was
t four o'clock, lareite the inelemen- him to jail. at te bottomof the river. Fortunately goods, laces and embroideries at greatly
j of the weather, the largest crowd "While being taken away the prison- she was close to the bank The John-
seen this season had gathered at er kept up his abuse. The jud e had son was well equipped for carrying pas
1 mp Henderson to se Monticello butt him brought back and added an additional sewers, having tn engae nPthe reduced prices
ap against the locals. The train had fine of $50. Lloyd then asked the judge ssenger business between Lanark and
not yet come and the team of the visit- if he was through, and heanswered that Dog Island. She is a total loss, and
V ore was on that. Of course there %as he was, whereupon Lloyd again began a was valued at $2,800. l
some impatience on the part of the tirade of abuse against the Judge which, Miss Eva Pickett and Mr. A J. Hem. Have JUSt received a good line of
fans, but at 5:15 the whistle of the en- was of such a nature that it could not bree were happily united in the holy
gine as she rounded the curve renewed be endured. bonds of matrimony last iight by Rev.
ope that the game might be played. "Judge Brooks jumped from the bench W. Wagner. Miss Pickett is the charm- ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-
It was still drizzling rain when the and rushed at the prisoner, and before ing and popular daughter of Capt Jas
u visitors reached the field, but the anyone could interfere had cut 'Bats' R. Pickett, who has the distinction of
match was to come off so they proceed- across the throat and inflicted an ugly being the best bar pilot Carrabelle port, tionery, which we are selling cheap.
ed to line up, after a short, brisk prac- gash across his side with a pocketknife, has as well as the largest real estate
twice. the only weapon he. had. By this time owner in town. Mr. Hembree is the
For the locals, McLin threw the ball the courtroom was in an uproar, men popular and efficient newly-appointed
into Grambling's big mit, and Costa running in all directions. agent of the G. F. & A. Railway Com-
stood ready to keep them away from "The prisoner was taken to a cell and pany He has been employed here and
first. Puleston cut 'em off at second, his wounds dressed by a physician, who' .n Bainbridge by the Western Union
Wilson picked up the hot ones at short, pronounced his injuries not serious". Telegraph Company for the past year.
while Pittman tagged them at third. -bliss Polly Watkins and Mr. Charles FEED Z HEAVY GKOCERIES A SPECIALTY.
Elliott in right Hancock in center, and Lightning Rtrikes Pine Tree. E. Campbell were happily united in the
Hutchinson in left were an elegant suf- Last Saturday, during the hard rain holy bonds of matrimony lhst night bv
ficiency to ruin all long hits that were near midday, the large pine tree on Rev. W. F. Wagner at the home of the _
made. a Cayitol square was struck by lightning. bride's parents, M&. and, Mrs. John
Finlayson and Oglesby did thebatting No damage was resultant from the Watkins. The bride and groom are two
work fr Monticello. shock other than the killing of the tree of Carrabelle's popular yuung society
Tallahassee took the field first, but and the startling of a few passersby. people.
before they couldput thy could put them out three and the sMrsartlin John J. Gibson nd children, of V A N BRU NT & DEM ILLY
times, Monticello had crossed the plate For a Few Days Pensacola, are visiting her parents,
Sloc al cme t the bat with de will buy Ptars. carefully gathered, in Cat Jas R. Pickett's faniy.
The locals came to the bat with de- P1 c ear dliere atheredin Mr. J. B. McDonald has iust returned
termination and rain all over their faces, an barrels, delivered a the compress, d b
By nicefore the stick work one run was secured 19-1t C. LITTLE. Gainesville. Fla Mr McDonald and
before the side was retired ... -.....family a:e moving outof the Covington OA
Inthenext inning the visitors couldn't s ri.e to ThTru Democt evidence to vie the contractor,
find the ball. When they had fanned Sub:scribe to The True Democrat. Kwilec;. g of Bainbridgee Ga fu;l
out in order, the two teams retired to Miss Sallie Davis. of Atlanta, is vis- charge of the building, :.)he can ru.-h
the grand-stand until the hard shower iting her sister. Mrs P. J Temple. at his work in transforming it into m- RELIABLE MR H ANT TA LOR
which had just come up was over Magnolia Heights. just east of the city rnroious hotel K LIABL M EC HAN TAILOR,9
Tallahassee was at the bat, and the Mrs. Leon M Fish, of Pensacola. is A iarge raft of the piling to be used
way they hammered the ball wasacau- ,'istin her many Tallahassee friends in the G 1' & A. extension todee NO OCat ext to Levy Bros. Big Store,
tion. But for the excellent ork of the and relatives and s the guest of water camt in last week from up the
fielders, the inning would have closed L. C. Yaegtr. ri ver.
with more runs than three, but that was Steamer bego came inTue-dav loaded Monroe Street.
sufficient to make the score 4 to I. Judges Hocker ard Mabry of the Su- taner 'e ci i d l
Monticello scored twice more during preme Court. and their sons, and Messrs. to the guards with navai stores and
Monticello scored t e I L Hutchinson and T. M. Shackel-, country produce from Ockocknee and
Thegame, scoring the fif t heth and sixthford spent several days at the light Crouked Ivers. Captain Burns says Pit Preaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
two in the sixth, and no more during house, out from St. Marks, fishing this ranmed s m, and then rained some ties a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
the remainder of the game week, and en oyed the outing Svery e ditc hs r at Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
On account of darkness the game was' much. Thev aso visited the old Span- The ditchs are in a swell time Suit. Satisfaction guaranteed.
On account ofadare ssne t Kibler Steamship (Company have de-
called by Umpire Woodberry, of Quincy, ish fort near St. Marks cided to run the steamer Tistlewood ('leaning. Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning and
at the ending of the eighth inning. Mrs. S W. Crichlow left this morn- between New Orleans and ('arrablle, Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
Score by inrings: ing via Jacksonville for her home in
Ta1 2 3 4 6 7 8 Port Tampa City. Her daughters, Port Inglis and Tampa, Flui. Will T.calr'y in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
Tallahassee-......1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 .-7 Misses Lucile and Lena. will go tomor- Will the "Carrauclle Advertiser" be
Monticello ...-----. 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .-3 row morning.-St. Augustine Record. a surprised S. chant Tailors.
The young ladies are with us, in this .-...- I
Death of Mr. A. H. Lee. city, being nieces of our better half, NOTI Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
Saturday morning at five o'clock the and we are delighted to have them, too. DENTAL NOTICE.and get what ou ant
hand of Death reached into our midst Gov. Broward has appointed Samuel Owing to the fact that I have defi- and get what you want.
snatching away one of our most re. A Robinson, of Orlando, tax assessor nitely decided to locate in Apalachicola' Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
prime of manhood, Mr.A. M. Lee deceased.f Ora Mr. Robinson, who was August 1st. all work done during the tar, etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 26e.
About eight years ago he came to county surveyor, was nominated in the month of July will be on a strictly ca-h
Florida, and has been actively engaged' recent primaryto the position He has! basis. Respectfully.
At the tih of his death he was partner veyor, and was appointed Monday tax A. S. HAM, D t
in the business with Mr. Chas. A. Cay. assessor. Mi , Mre. f ,rmerly if this
His remains were shipped to Lake The Taliahassee second team went city, came u wi th the cro from
Cie S C., his hoise. Tuesday to Monticello for a game with Quincy on the Fourth.
is survived by a wife, sisters andthe junior nine. The train as so late Mr. F Gr i. f 'ntrll
brothers, who were with him until the that the game was postponed until the Mr D F Gratenci of t entrevyll a
time of his death. next morning It was impossible to was in the city ain yesterday and
He died of typhoid fever. play in the morning lecauue some of made this (thce a very pleasant siTt. I A
--.-_ -.-.-, -,.- the second team in Monticello are first Messrs. Hugh Wils.i and James 1'tt-
Mr. Julian Howard was here Thurs- team men, and it was incumbent upon man came utp from quin,:y Tuesday t5,
day. them to corr.e to Tallahassee. So the play base hall1 against Monticello.
Mr. T. H Hall. of Panacea, was in team returned without having played. In another column of this news;.a!t>er 4
the city this week but they have invited Monticello up, will be found a correct list of tlie- mrm-n,
M4Chas. Curtis, of Quinry, was in here, and they hope to play a brood brcihil of loth houe-, f the next I.,.,.
the city Wednesday. game in the near future. islature.
Mr. tradforui Byrd returntu Wednes- The followir.g from the Tallahassee 1 nie tores an(d 1;,tr hbAin.ess hsu-s
day from St. Theresa True Denmocrat sournd- like :A crow of in the city, with itone ,, two exei,t : *., ,.
Mr. Wayne Scott of Quincv is in challenge: "It' a po..r olid !han hat h 'cl.,ed at twe.v ',. \.., I We .,, ,.',.f f r 4 A
t yek o v ir. r,,ster th}at won't tjit;ed up and fi :nt a half holiday.
town this week ,n a visit, for what'- his in au own dung-hill. 1r. S I'. 1,,z-ar 1an., u, I .-,laiv A" P
Quit-Cairm I teds and Township Plats make' no dlt crence if ainc 'amr- teir'rf tm Ar , are, n ,w to be secured at this ofuce. c.ck doe,, in, tu.i tl.in. d t,,r a t,. tIi ,v ifvn I": r7, l.
Mr. I rank 'TmT ns, of Wakulla !<,liis L., *,e., to cofmi;are' hin self with h i1 retui it, I f if va
count \. 'he a n th.' city this 'veek. the, f rst-rr.e.,tl, o.I bir,:. it i9 e.ss thar. "
M r. K rr.i. r.-tu 'rnd t< the citv froer, ti e ,ther ,-::tr.s ,f F ,,,r': ould w ,d Al lace's of ,.e'i ,-uir. ,
Carralv e1 e t' lV bright hi. cistir a<- gTht y .at. ",! 1 -ltr: t,, c<,,n< g et. that h, t. n c t A Cup or W hite Ho ase or '.' Label
, I thnes.' Io, d tF''r with hu-.>r T"im.- i t t. <11 am 'an, .''r ti 'L,.uTid' .oca and Java Cofee
Mr Zach F.,.n and family have. re- 'ri .I n ,rt Tl.- Well. thn, ra t' -e' t,- t ;i.. N 'oca and Java Cofe
turned fr'mrr. ( ':t.Lthan to make Tallahas- it ;our w.' Ii T, re- ll ou nft l '.;*\ ,!-e''tif ,,: r w ha' ~,,es straight tee the heart of
see their hnn d.a.itn. (, v. I;rewat, ft s..turdi. f Fort Il 'l a tri.ti e eran l I mTn at lr.ak fast time, and every
M i, r,'. dr, :, le-, atr f ,r r>,i rt will b,, h,.ie t at th. Metlh,,d,.et chtir, L ,: I\
has I en vi.r r.g her si-h r, Mr.s (. t~ r r ",",< ,, ,e 5 t* *t- 't; n' A f A "eae knol ws that ,oly gtood grocers keep
P. Banks, in th it, returned horne t lr.'e' ,.'* E adt. i. T ee'trr attendance ie are'-.t r luest k special pride in
Tuesday will go t, Wa.iin'to;, f(,r a co.nfe.ren'nt I' paw,.. crirse, r nw\., d intcri o,.eir 1 t* ?,' r t'rame.-J, as the t' have made our
D PI'iKe and Mr. Harry l',arcce re- witn Secretary Wilson, of thc De art- reading orn e er' l'ar, It is p,.rt.it Y \t.,re famous Just as good as the cof-
turned Saturday night from Jackson- ment of Agtriclture, ,.r, the 12th, t,, ftr .vue -ntertaintnrr,.' atnd in y'u :n- *' f\ ., w. sell are teas, which principle
ville, where they have beeti enjoying consider step- necessary for the general tere.st. Tell vcur frin.- o(f the '1 rue.
the Wotimen'es otr-rolling. government t) assist in the drainage DemIcrat an'] get te,.,n to tubs'crik' h' ,,lIs 1'odt throughout our entire stack.
A large ,'r, wd from Quincy availed operations A survey wil! he considered After reading yeur pap.r senul t '.it a w'. ~,1! nothing but the beat of food
themselves <.f the opportunity to be on and what other assistance can be ren- fr-iendi abn ad anbd tn .,. ,y inde".'e in'm 'I re .luct, tO.o.' \ hav **,sted *)ur-
the Gulf a while by going on the moon- dtreti under the general >,w. The con- to take yeur hme Iapet r. I ,. h, and so can stand 1ey them.
light excursion to Dog Island Monday ference was arrang.'d ly tre Governor The True I'mcrat i your ,rn.e -- -
evening. and congressman Sparkman Before newspaper, ipublbshel directly in your ,'.- c y ,, J W. (.OI.IIN.s, Grocer.

Mr. Cl de Wilson and wife left on returning to Tallahaswce the Governor interest; patronize it liberally and en-
Tuesday or a three months' sta vi- will go to New York to attend the Na- courage it go on in efforts for good
citing Portsmouth Richmond and Wash- tionaPolicyholders meeting, at which moras and t best in everything for STT POILA IA A PLEASURE RSORT
iingPoton. uhad h he will hold part of Lawson a proxies. Tallahassee Give us your moral and
Jud B Christie of Jacksonvill he beir on. of four governors selected financial support and we will do the
thiwas onweek a business viat toseverTal days withhase Hon. S D. Chittenden has purchased labor to do it.
his old time Tala frnds ith the Wight interest in the business, and Hon. W. M. Girardeau. of Monticello,
I ol d do yrneparmthe new firm name is now Burns & Co., Senator-elect from the 22d Senatorial SUWANNEE
If you would do your newspaper man men's furnishers and shoes and tailor- District, was among his hosts of Tall "WAY DOWN UPON TE SUWANNEE RIVBR"
a good turn talk to your friends of the made clothes. Mr. Burns will mostly see friends W e aday and Thurs-
ewspaprand hel us put itintoevery nave rgeof the business, as he di day, and made usa very pl visitMINERAL SPRIN S, HOTEL OTTA6ES
ahomewinsFrida. h True Demoerat with the old firm, and no one doubts Mr. Girardeau is one of Florida's largest
ft ewspal in the interest but what th will continue to doagood and most successful agriculturists and Hot end cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds Run-
of the peopm Orr= business. This corne ,business housm, --'-"i- shipping his famous water- ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiad
A We have ben informed that the old from ita establishment by Mr. D. B. ther seeds to points inter in every om. Bowling Alley. Billiard Tabls.
ro who waslaced in Jal last week M ns, has always ben popular, the world, only a few days ego hain Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shady
Sthe very serMus cha O f making a always carrying Ant-e li goods, made a shipment of be r-weed Pavillions. Boats, etc
aam assalt ona young c girl, was w fir treatmentirejo a lib- to Africa, a notice ofw*MA we pub.
ted to &1W er Wall patronage.S to the new hedW last week. Besides ~ 17 Miles from Live Olak, on Uwe Oaks~M f
the: tral hw!Arm. You will seetheiradvertiebusines man, hehass mi&0' Rates Reasonai le R. .Oak
at d w tri. a "l' v"be". .dsarG ulf R .i 2 .C onn e c in at U r O h O
wite Ases d prove that it w a put- ats from week to week i the True usefl Representative ia the Legisla- '
u j by Tsow t or enemisWo D oemoratt Rd ige them tde pat- tu for sand next time winl A*m. PARK HOTEL, DOWLINO PARK, PLAF llf .


















Tnmks, Tronk,


Trunks, Trunks, Tr-aks,






Trunks, Trunks, Trunks,

Trunks, Trunks, Trunks,



little trunks.





Buggies made in Georgia. Buggies made in North Caro-
lina. Buggies made in Virginia. Buggies made in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now

fifty years at
in transit.

Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything in Leather needed on the farm.
Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles
and Saddle Blankets '
Turpentine and Mill Men will find what they want heep.
The best in Heavy Harness.

J. D. CAY,

South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Telephone No 291

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