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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 27, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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church, was alsopresent, as w* th*
two en of Mr Futh, Allie and Johnvery
S ad M Tayl J. C. Thomas. Dr. Taylor
r- sl foltO soon after the meal waa
ha ne bep had not yet acnhed theo
Before, O was take violently i111
At about the Name hour, all who had
been at the table wore attacked in a
ly.miar an T A.WhiThe nro woman who
S ooks ftor f th e family ha Just been en-
hurc re, was as st as awere theybody
athrd M sal J. C. Th omais. Dr. Taylorn
Sdtowns a after themeal that


Sshe eld not ek b yet reached thet
re was Mtaken violently I
At veout to the feesame hour, allt that

th poison m t e boon lateto the
Se yard the taewere attacked in. Th
ilar anmner. The ne who liw oman tho
ooks fortwo hefamly am jt bee non.






; lhm In the afternoon! Whie there
a abh eidre got hungry and were
a bi Men Th Seysgt-k. 1The
= deut, though, were made up with
S milk out of the same as that sent to
the sgro families. After supper Mnea
sOdom ad Myrtle Knapp wore visiting
at the house, and they too te of that
broad and were made sick. In all, 21
the poison ered fromV the poion, to thy
othin of the seven tureythe that were
fed m and brfamlld and dieon therefrom.






The story runs back a month, during
which time at oto the house Inther plaf-
Sattempts at pooing are discernible.
One morning the family made there ou
of water taken from a bucket that sat
on the back porch. The coffes wa so
bUtter they could not drink it and an-
other effort wa made to make a paith
table drink, using water from th same
bucket Adogain Myrtle was bitter. At an-
other time one memby too er of the fam
brwa made deathlywmade sick by. In all, 21





persons sufferethat had from the p to mayin
thl safe. The seven turk deys that were
aa a fearful swim min in the head a if
f mlanid bread and died therefrom.











one tory drnsk, withback a mont, during
ting. It is Ltoa paidwithdstot

whicThe evtime at leastee that the poison
attempts, at poisoning are discernible.
One onierng the family made coffee out















the "bacth on Rats" are offeea upo
bitter they could not drink ihat approved an-







bucket. Again it wa bobitter. At an
other time onemember of th. Hs verdt asmily
watosat e podeathly sick by eting o ld
frwld chic t ken that nthad been putaw
te safte. The ion m ados Dr. Ttor







sk dfearg ful Owl ms tion hond asi
fweelingfr. ItIt has bnt
attvor. soM u that it wa he operan








..l.a.1niail to these opeations to tos
The evidence indite s that the poison
b mu hvebeen phosphorus, or-








Teeo rather than se dooming ther ar-
selde, or any viof the orina h's disos
aais of the brote had thaten proved to


t welalwn that
in

DMmA MeNO. l ttle over e ear
ao It waa an dvlop aed st to-



dheAftl t alevof lots wtinh was
on Julyw was an unusually greouatag-I
ta a th at ooc mll are
baoe there Uaed at an athdvance of 0
ov Whe prices dSpringJulyand one o
resoablto xpatreaorta in Floridr oa
on July 4, was an unusually great spe-

over the prices askod on July4,t It I
people will attend and that the buying
iilfbe lively. The Jacksonville Devel-
opment Company announe positively
that no more than one hundred lota weill
be placed on sale on August 14, and
that after that date no lots can be
bought except at a further advance of
10 per cent.
The Jacksonville Development Com-
pany, with its usual enterprise, is spend-
ig thousands of dollars at Dowln
Park and that the Investment in Dowl-
ing Pairk town lots, right in the center
of the town, is a good and safe one
there is no doubt.
All the World I
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for rheumatism, stiff
joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and all
pains. Boy it, try it and ou will al-
ways use it. Anybody who has used
Baard's Snow Liniment is a living
proof of what it does. All we ask of
von is to get a trial bottle. Price 26c
Wand $1.00. Sold by all druggists.
Lalelad S"ea su rhade.
Voter, at the eral election in No-
vember you wil v to vote upon the
6Uon of- ,-1-1 #the Everglades

amlt -h "dlte e wOf taxes,...
Tn of' Bvmdgl and
. potatlon d grabbing ae two sep-
arate sand distinct opoitons. The
Railroads will got Idetal the same
landewhethor the Evrsuadse are drained
or not. Drain the Glades will make
them more vausble for the railroads, if
the courts hold these lands to belong to
the railroads, and the State will loe
three to thirteen million dollars. Don't
be fooled Into supporting the drainage
scheme on account of your dislike for
the corporations... ----- Tax payer, It is
estimated that draining the Everflades
will cost about nine or ten million dollars.
These bills will have to be by paid the tax
payers. Are you willing to have your
taxes raised for this purpose. When it
is not known whether the state owns
any land in the Everglades or not, The
L. & N. railroad is claiming these lands
in courts. Do you want to spend mil-
lions that will posibly be for the ben-
efit of the L. N. railroad, or do you
think Gov. Broward should wait with
the drainage until this litigation is set-
tied. It Is for you to settle this matter
in November you had better begin to
think over the proposition.
'- -- -
TeOt Liver
is out of order. You go to bed in abed
humor and get up with a bad taste in
your mouth. You want somothin to
stimulate yoer liver. Just try Herbtne,
the liver regulator. A positive care foe
ontipat ysp i *and all ver
cooplatSt Fort Worth,
Texas, writes: "Have used Herb eIn
my family for e Wed esa't ox-
p wh IteAt mk atit. Ind
IF howeosa anLA wSol
and wo owe it to Hta Sold 8 by a l
dW"ggish. --1-.;-
The advocates of the ens alos, are
belanh to get ay eea
although appa=Uat s io onto
the mtter The that th voter
are ressiving Uterature by mal fron a
Wa street addrsa rees they are
stirred to aetioni. Thee pamphlet
claim to be argument in tfavor of the
licensed sales-, and gtio the hatory (T)
of ibItis a several State., even
ai tha bald stemet that crime
is bmerassd by abslshkmg the aloon*s
That alone la nobgh to eandim it with
thinking mea. To deerease crime, de-
eresee lteadeaa*ts and to the
barroom muat go-St. Lo .
And now Madlesa eonnty wil vote em


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work and do mumrere-e It things for
the town. In fat, he hands pretty
much sil of the needs o city. As
a further evidence that closing of
the saloons is a payng in tment, Live
Oak's vote of millage for taxation is
only 7 mills on the dollar. Doubtless
the lowest rate of taxation enjoyed by
any town in the United States. Live
Oak is still growing and will continue
to rrow, and it is not at all likely there
will ever again be an open saloon in Su-
wannee county, which, in its progress,
growth and development has fully kept
pace with its county site. Waycross
has grown as Live Oak has grown,
though whiskey has not been sold there
for many years. The stagnation asgu-
ment no longr has any weight, and
the whiskey men know it.
We believe Madison county will go
dry, and it should. It is the only wet
county now between Jacksonville and
Pensacola, except Gadeden.-Live Oak
Democrat.
Bisaely vs. Tallanhass.
The third Came of the series hap-
pened haturay afternoon. It was
played during a light rain, but that
served only to keep the players eootled.
Both teams had beat one game, and
this was the one to decide. The line-
up were the strongest jL. Every
man realized the reponiinty place
upon m and what M error wouM
esan; the d realisation d ttlegooe.
Some of t "bummst" plays and
weakest error wre made by the visit-
ors that we have yet seen.
The bakers of akely evidently knew
a trick or two, as no betting was in-
dlged n as is usually their custom o
the third game.
The seore was 11 to C, to favor of
Taflabmses. A walkoverl
OM Chioeas Sere.
As a dressing for old chronic sores
there is nothing so good as Chamber-
lain's Salve. While it is not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they should
be kept in a good condition, for which
this salve is especially valuable. For
sale by all druggists. *
Miss Rawis and Miss Saxon, of Talla-
bhasee were the attractive guests of
MisB Nouna Howard this week...Mr.
MIIer of Tallahassee. was here last


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o wi the hto me eoO

The P al Isadloon county




ta kht sd hen ot t seat
hame ONbs t bad







m y and fom or the ho-
whet to vooes riht bnd thye 0



ime had soi whe ht slidal, there
tontthe kaw bythV a nll m and
of t hb and M l whiskey shipped
FT a i t Msaloon men and
thwomen wo ad m tanatlon havn
Oded that to drv ke youth mean ot
th community of and the ru -
which is a mvot w4nt tnd tho pn -
Iyo had said thaoubt tt musgo that
neso wtaao b not llow it tdooi s
that mom o the e h knell of the nf-
turwo growth most mi wa mounded.to
oet this eman t u arel influe n
ormany ot ad W pa t, G.for a tillme










twmany vote Smawa s he e d1ry
the rigtand of right. but the
time a om w L W that sal nation no
women would rafter a stagnation and
dethaty than to thayoungr men of a
community ruined ed made drunkards
through the inluaee of open saloons,
which Is &.moat pe=nt factor In this
destructon. But ush Is not the case.
Instance after Instane has prove. be-
yond the questim of aoubt that busi-
ness staMna oM does not follow in the
mattwho o their os of the saloon
Two of thow e mot ik oe-hal laato
offset this asertloe arnLive Oak, in
Florida, and Wayems, Ga. For fully
twenty years aMwanase has been a dry
county, and yet lb sowth has been
little aXort of weinfi L We dare
that t LIve Oak tk- are more peop
who own their own home than In any
wet town anywhre ono-hmal larer.


of
W o lIftmft


emit bilk of
gold and ilver
meat ofdebt"
ex-pet faotoKw
oblt
Nt
On the
was
tract




Gov.
the


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threm, to mease the otereoy
vof the public c l h. hid hhea





*.K.1* Geoe. H. Boutexp es S
Ida C. Wa e toard



dentCommtt.
m with thm TIee DemoMrs, Vhes dt-












lasksmeo frianou this weak. Th
Col yalitrt. w llias has, mae Su
hpisan dht ,d is 'mt. Sow
t and teachers in the have and.
mtoI to maseythte woe tea m" r no c yhe





















ark and 8p _r but stao
thof the high hilools water and re
freshing breeze of Carrtel hi re ther,





















moot dm rovina of any erest to Sr.
.. Hon.f. A ennin~G nomination forum
the oIde of Governor fulC. illuestar
the old-time Democratic ne liof the






















o~ce seeking the meAn. t no woodd
know him; he is worthy ofr of the popur
Souity he rn Telephone and Constructionel
annot be ead os naf some added to our sub-,for
instance, wh. o .emloy some for- to
"sk" an othe on True Dem rat it-
SigeWill friends this eek. Th
is g BaerttingemSo
health is l.. An effb ti e in m
om, and will buid up t ado it tor





















these rr sol A wilr rama.
red ey to fight the iov met. s notI
Mr. W. yet ht, of eror not the
























was a rs Md morn vitor
at the True *emo*. I nhme. o
suahero fad llassoe will receive
wmp w aleom at our "b thoo ee
so .ye amoMespent saw























den wd ,_ tho tu D he nrs of
time during different sommres to aI-
toark and Pa aw teSpr h, but sotat a













wthat the fehigh hills, gmod water and r


freshing brees of Carrabes wkly news-















rat d a Jd keep e g en Thomeoun
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or Hoin tA"Mnt "pipe rigs nominationform."
Pthe of. W. De of Governor fully I, of Tallusahtsoates,
lhe Is so popular, whenak and he tohas
know him; he is worthy of the popular-
ity he enjoys, which, unfo r nately,
cnnot be proid of som mentho sfr.
instance, who emloy someone to

e Wil o pla t ier ll r.
Every person should know tht good
health is tim poslamm month cidre
m o an o le isordky of thCe ewinl
form, and will buod up and streng
iteeorgans so ethey ilform he ir

cue is o taken In time. Boid?

Mr. W. I. Avrtt, of M


wam weperso atourow atden" Come
in. geNtee ianzve us the news of
youre edeyad Wadde ardiehee to serve
ome-ive andf w bu d op and m for
igtr disease L edaer s Of Ote Clds-
at uks wh = 1 the1W tt ytheo B At tof
the waee. Idu a ple t visit aid
i m gentempenu and ciq ua teo dwi ofs
Insur d laeinrvitehimto

btttar hto WI thso wn and
Is me a wS t 'a bet twely news-
huit er for busing an& p anews, w and
for us In that aqpe dream. "
Prf. H. W. Demilly, of Tallahassee,


oto5
Io in. b't o l
omerentbe
advertise ing in one way eraoj i
roelse yoer town 1 6 t -
and they will e tow
build you up In Increased to mi



tappo rtheuT e Deowast -n




is needless to gueaW -
teroward emoy dm-
th e Ja ea


will reerve tht
one of us which pr ety.. he T
th direct Interest of i
Florida Tne True al
Browwd hear e the s et -
will reserve, the r t


on* t yt _ofso whakpmsesiI


t Douglir t aterast of
_lThid_. The Troe DaystatU


to a dto thAygearwh heat fat
Kim Jefetelon lsio Ois



A newsa ers- oM s o bemny and t
heaitaeto e aint t ma l
that may erfs Itshe M --1 e o'
*5-
a bettr pe for it-t two
watermelonas anMd a basket O peashes. -
Punta Gorda Herald.
TaMahaaose which wooa the ww
a her may bWllta tford to
state topics yet Inut to redot
state the xelamation when emc ak
Ject is introda ed is, "Oh, it's teo hal
.Judging from some of the pedialm-
age prea, y. Brward ha re sato
cry. Oh, Lordt ave me from my
friends.-Times Union Sbort Thika.
The PFermasndina Star says that Umlted
State Seastor Tallaferro wrlir to a
guntleman there who had than d the
senator for the interest be had tke In
the matter of the public build for
Pnudina, a id: "It b a e
and I trust they wi never -
let m know when there tis a
mdi." Without ptedart
Senator Taliafere it may
*hal all his am la tlhe amA


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-v I KVxty FrIDAY 1W)33(INO. aaib Iitbinrtuuv m~lautissenn
$i fass900NW Ckft Mbtter March$1, isos. .at:city throw open Its dooms tgln to opem in the columns oft 'lEMtw of
OAW Pint Of0l.. at Talimillha,-u.Fkurida. undtirrbar-rooms, with the evil& that alWaVs $ ferlens new5spa r. O crat, had boew grosly remiss, in is
Wof *gof arll fllo hvin temItis p o $19t ,jtor C(olifsh s always mode of ffoLurlt. trustworthy Informs.
tof~si' folow avig tem? t i upto 1, *thGovernor is an hoest lion co~ncinl gpbilec matters, In that
moarligious and law-abiding citi- rmad dvwed to hIpapl icis, he hantajle to said officials for
041in 7.$evhome JHu~iidhn. Corvir Adam* III
a~n~ ~.'4~.T~k'tv'~ n. zenol~ip of the ey dcutyodeidebmut h sey hi.4 friends concern- their version of official transactions,
-- ---- that question in the initcreal. of all that ing the5mitIld it.24 ; lurmulng to ac- and particularly arraigned the latter
*oboeritpu6on, 1.'%' PIII Yesr. irs A'itar' '. is lx't. .Just let all conie tgether with Ueord. b h*'PW1"'" S.Auutiefor suchdeiqnc in the matleu' (f
Record. the 'Jennings *ale of aMonroe countyI
Adveritilr4lt~iut'pit*hAppli-sti, r-, it united anid dttrrnmted effort,sarid re. Tile Herld did ii r,?itfeuidto ike a land (or water) at 4i.L.centa per acre,
..~. ~*. ..: .. )-.lVLI thut, beI ()If the right iwol lo .t 'liire~t nd poqtiveII.11:11..4"tthat the True int whiI h te purchMrer immediately
thejru fn~.at a iiiE~fgdI %~ murr il'hor thiis 1uchiljrl, tiey. wiil get to I)emoj~rat i1mpuj,,Y. .'1it., irjlt--frity of turned out a cleur l~rotit to hints'lf o
a .. otwork with a fnetfe'rminil&*Lon tihlit Lhi~. f6ovQF5r Ior w,~ i '1 h'I h- #4a w,,.., irid about Ji44). The T1rue Demiocrut
j.4 that the bern e.-., :-o')vI 4vil-l-v(* rthereuptin, in effect, L&Ldni.-itsthlt, it. se-
Tallsahasseei, Friday, july 27, 1906. v'omm~furity shAlaid flt ajiair bit. curfIw l :i ts stri;tures ert i i,ove~rni(r and hi,, cured the infortnatiun, nut f rum the
W'.ith4 Iii 1'alizcvd uIN&lIuK int) rk 2 ; ;1i4 .A(.'ir at(s (of t i IrlI jve -ldit S1 ti.(! officials, but. J1011) tile ollicial
( 14-Iiiie'd 11' f!ui IhIat .)iov'A, lui~ndl iy('r do-ia. I- :.iaai be 8oaIil t I.-t th. 1. 1111,11,046 lit~v rit-ords '4)1' lvi'iioiec 'ourit and irlci-
v, 111 :!I fL' I I' Id'1 1. ;Al V 'I. IjI I upj n1 .1 111i AM)hft*'i, ai.'l 'A V (WP gt tle-4 i 41.nt r v-' ta ly r.'lat es '.'nf ot iu, experiencec.
IlUirIfa V. 1,; 'A4' 1h:4. i it 1, 11: *-11, (11 .I,, f y'4 '~ ~ V ~ ~'.0 r k i i ,i n atli? i~ ID )4. U iioiriiit
.1.:0 W( kn..r 4 ( AI14s) rothe SLILI k)t~laI T 'he incident,

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mirt lady. B4I I.-I 't I I, i'

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thought w ive g It.,,i .


woiUi~l iirt'ul've he' t1; 1-, a .mk114
oif Lartirriti;-i-rts''Himst 41 l' r i i'

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Drualinn e B io rdt iiald i '1 ,. i *
had betterii. take tIhI j hnt I ,. .. I , l. .. i ,r I ;il I' 4 ,i' "" ""s. "
fe w o f th er K a d t ih ( I n ii I .; iu1h t n. I ; itI .
W e u1.4 vistaild tr . .1 1 t t a -t a.l : ; -f f.,
(c tch U nallpping. 'I L it .il rihit' t.1, 1.. I -. i ;
W e have our f t l,. lh l, ; l ,, . , ,, , I T ,, I ,,,, : i, ,et v i,,n ,rw id lw. 1- dl
aind have mev. rll irns o, tiiio W ..ow n , 1 i,, ., , ,, If ,,d i,,,ow n ,,. .- -,. T
which we believe% Vkill atI I -I mO. i ll .. I
r a r o g i nl e p ir d s iil lt ie ilit 'rl 't o f th e , ;i , ti I i , h .' :. i.t 'r ii ,
o)Jlle o (if "Florida, 1 ,114. ('fli. 4 1 ;al b 1 i ti, ., ,,I V ii 'i taI ('dl only : th.i', haid ip ec'-
for t el Illf t the r.;ii rnl;ALii n thiat tie -' ljx 'nt r,?' het- p i; i hIs ;iuld ithe law iwave,
W enote'Alralpm a' <(',eovriri toritltl' r-ld 4.iliri' i lr i ,iit.p ,f lth' i l l ('*itrl J ii(-t ilt'm iut horiityl ./ i, / 1, / / 1 .I//,y 11i I
a Plresml A .,ew inttion meeting id (' co i will ilg h c to a d I',l Finrwl tharn '. i That wa,4 fo(llo*..,,4I by those hleaiu-
mended his nfiewpltpa r i(letorsr for thi that we io iin i win, riid that too in 11ful little letters, .,rli written to Mr,
good they do, Florida's IIGovernor ni" he. interest of all that is bvcst ai d to L'nthle''s admini.tiratioii organ; then
in his State they are unprincipled, that the direct interest of lie women i nd followIed the Kiili r'irarten (Grammar
they "sell spaiee for so much arn inch, children, and particulhirly so that thie School But as yet i r) iE'n,41ab l/p,. ih-
with sentiment thrown in." It's all young youth may be saved from the Ni'lh', FDnilE or Jitl tl.irtq.n i',.rciio,' hasi
owing to the raising, however. See te rrimpttions anin the influence(' offered lbteen given for the sale, and it s'rAN)DS
Floridians generally regreIt that lion. him in the bar-room. A HI''KNING( OUTRA(;:, and proves con-
lorewdlans al hIt is a known faect that not near mo) elusively that great board of czars are
W. K. Zewadski, of cala,i rid his .x- rnuch money and influence can be s- not looking after tLPpeople's interests
sellent family have moved to Spring- sure from thie whiskey element as was and welfare as public servants should,
fId, Illnois, to reside. Mr Zewadaki
has ben one of orida's best and most in hand last time to help defray the ex- I and, to say the least, they do deserve
S and a zealous Christian penses of a campaign. Then most of to be censured for it; and the people of
S s and a jealous Christian the bar-room stock in this city was Florida have thie right to "infer irre-
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wurser He and family carry the Ibet wiehen of
Florldlanswith them to their new home,
and may they keep well and prosper.
The True Democrat is to visit them
regularly. ..
A New York dispatch of the 22d con-
veyed to the world the ract that Mr.
Russell Bage, one of America's richest
flnanelers, had passed into the great
hereafter, to render an account to the
Creator for his stewardship here below,
He died of heart failure, resulting from
a complication of ills, in the 87th year
of his ae, and was laid at rest Wednes-
day of this week. Mrs. Sage and her
brother, Colonel Slocum, are named as
eassutrs of his very large estate,
which gee away up into the millions.
alhasville Sun: "The crop of Gub-
rnatorial candidates grows as grass
ding a rainy season. Those now men-
tioned are: Cromwell Gibbons, W. J.
^ean, Jacksonville; Jennings, of Pen-
semo; Horace C. Gordan, Tampa; J.
*W Wtoa, Miama, and E. 8. Crill of
MIsta. iThe latter has not announc-
ed his intention of entering the race,
g utatiment is crytallsing in his fav-
r 1a Over the State. Hie Is recognized
rin---metly as the man best fitted for
l em norship under present condl-

BO it would seem the True Democrat
ha" Mv converted L'Engle's8Sun to
Alli0 010 that the Internal Improve.
. I Bloard should "not sell any more
liage bodies of land." Read the (luota-
0s from the Jacksonville -Tallhassee
Ian: "We believe that the trustees
dabold not sell any more large bodies of
lad." And then the Times-Union
Uhort Talks man comments thusly:
"Why the qualifying adjective? Why
iaba the 4ll any at private sale?
S hou they favor any one in sell-
a Ih.? Is It not favoring one man
l e llU him the land he wants
V011005 pvtu notice to the public
kl ithatif anyone else wishes to
pnes that ilad he may bid for It?"
A Ut all oes to prove the True Dem-
e"mt Is gWltg$ some good work in

tet o f.eshall be Or better than
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owned by outnidern and rich breweries. sistibly" just what they desire, when
They spent money lavishly, circulated public transactions are being handled
great stacks of misleading, false and so carelessly, and on "the people be
cunningly devised printed literature, id- d' style
and worked countless schemes, besides But, my darlings, additional facts have
controlling all the newspapers of the just come into our possession, and we
city, and employed speakers and put up give them as we have gotten them.
a much stronger fight than they can This time, too, if you please, we gath-
hope for now. All that considered, ered same without bowing into their
why cannot the moral, religious elem t august presence. Read the following
come together in a determined effort letter carefully and msee the "startling
and win the victory again? We can do information" it brings to you:
It, and we can keep bar-rooms out, but Miami, Fla., July 18, 1906.
it cannot be don exep t by earnt Mr. Johln Collins. Talahalls:
t cannot be done except by earnest, My Dear Sir-As per your request, I
persistent and determined work. It went and talked with Mr. Drake about
would be a burning shame and an ever- the lands. He tells me that he endeav.
lasting disgrace to Tallahassee to allow ored to buy these lands, but could not
do so. He wrote to a high State offi-
open bar-rooms to come back once we cial (name withheld for the present)
have rid ourselves of them, and we do ahout July 12, 1906, and asked him to
not believe a majority of our citizens see if he could get the land for him.
wish to see our fair city disgraced by The official write as follows: He went
to se Mr. McLin, the Commissioner,
allowing it. We have placed ourselves and Mr. Med to get their for him Mr
among the respectable dry counties of McLin told him that the lands were not
Florida, which are now largely in the for sale, nor would they give an option
majority, so let's stay there and help to anyone on thee is .Ialsosa idthat
they intended to drain o lands be-
set the good example to remaining fore offering them for sale. He further
whiskey soaked ones. So let's get busy told the high State offielal that the
and go at them even more determined board had entered into an agreement
than we did two years ago, and the vie- not those Uiian acre of the lands until
tory surely will be for cleanliness, pu the littio then pending as to the
itoy sudrely will Iownership of the laind was settled by
ity and for the best interest of all. the courts. Now, it is evident that the
Let's get up another "joint debate" board at that time had doubts as to who
with the whiskey people, even if it will owned the land. The question is, Why
should they refuse to ell to a man like
take that to lick them. Prepare to give that high official, of unimpeachable in-
them a lively tilt for the victory if they tegrity, and sell to this Mr. Jennings,
succeed in having the election called, who, in my opinion, never had money
and we will surely win, for we are on enough of his own to buy 100 acres at
41t cents per acre.
the right side of the whiskey question, you willnote that they had no price
and right properly contended for and for the lands to the high official and,
in the right spirit must surely prevail so far as McLin knows that high offl-
and win out. Tallahassee has been cial might have offered him $1 per acre.
without open bar-rooms for about two n these people, owinghathi
years, and evidences on all sides prove they not notify him when they decided
it's best. Let's over have them again, to put them on tho market? He cer-
and let's determine to get rid of the tanly applied to th rLt. If
blind tigers too while we are about it, land for sale, and to get the best
ad well as the open-eyed tiger. It can price possible for It a aw that two
be done. Let's do it so good and had parties wanted it, would wcertalnly
that the attempt will never again boe I amth y p it.. X
made to make Leon a wet or whiskey P. .-You wlO U t Mr. Me.
county.. sidstrackted theght
When inconvenle t go to Burga awhim ast
Co.'s store, tele your wavtomis a el
- lestlo w;ll l iuw be 'w.,oandM i_
g prmptl ow for The Tree Dem t that the
Approval. t Drake W. eompw i sM" % par
aoribe for Theogp, es t. OwAse the lad w-ato a h d who


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tion, while
Sun is also wprinting ei
about Hlon. JohAu
ee county. Any.,
fearless news mre, l
three-Punts orda Here ,
Specialties in our line, as f*W .'
then. Well, so long an the TrWe Deii&
crat has the confidence and respetm ofa"
the beat public mni of Fldrida with: it
in its light to give publicity to affairs
and for correction ot abuses we see a.
iwing worked itgainist the best interest
of, tie people of Flurida, we can afford
t,, be dubbed a *"frcak." We see good
Ir'ult.s tto mh(lead for the people.
T'i. 1'u'ita Iidlui lerald accuses the
'I Iti.;iii,.-'-.'I 1I tie l)emrocrat with assaults
<,.4a.n.i ul'i.s u.s Ituut w l (Governor jirow-
;t :. t V i. "tt. i .n i 11 10 Ii lcatollsO Of
i'ui >,.;HUit. 1 it Li columns ot that OX-
C len iL aunl ie;.tih..s newspaper. On the
ciont r.ti' El'itor ( o llrit has always af-
il it *'i tia.iu fi.' (,ol flrlur is a* n honest
(iln.n, li'tn-.-si"ly d 'voLted tLu ilis policies,
< .1., 'id y hl his Irienis concern-
i t.. I.ir t i i L i i .-, it i.. pul'.iulllg to ac-
i ;..:' 1,.1- laui o me.-. ,t. Augustne .
i.i. .AndL y, admitting all this to
I, vv- i". ivt: Lnever uc eiia ble to es-
;ilJ :l- ille i\ -,u'|IiIoi tilat there was
., (Itl (1 IlladineLis in the Governor's
niCeo.t1(l.s, aaii that "his trends" were
Jui tL \\r .i' htii. 'Palatka News.
JLn., \'i. Uat we have been e.U*:avoring
to miaILk2 ct'lr aill thile wilde, o awaken
ti., ilw.'.).Taplers up to-and through
them the people of Florida up to-the
tLict that sounie bad advisers were lead-
ing .Mrnie Stlate olliciais into some awk-
ward positions. Surely the work of the
True Democrat is beginning to reap
sminet good results from its honest ef-
foirts.


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.l ,};ri ,fl A, I r' ,-. "l lil, .,. .-D ','. jut" .
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; it L, I l 1 : cl i L 'h l t ii It' f t ha .-l
Sr\ll I' \i f iit lli l 'l' l h it l i ti i rio
,Irurt oni laih that \%] Il extract the gdal
froi n t th hunian svst iny I quiker than
thi' o'i. ,iPumphis nialv: anE if ths. partv
that \1 i th' t M i Is C will k i ndly send
me his acIress. I will stnl .him a half-
dozn of these e ggs fre f (hr oge.
With t he use of these hliv can penetates
the Everglades with impunity, and
might ';tfer the Goverlior s -me motre
suggestions which may le of more value
to him thn the pun systm snake.r thlease
give this space in your next issue, and
oblige, Yours very truly,
QPT'. J. F. MENGE.
We do nothr ek who the author of

the pump-snarke article was. We cop-
ied it for the fun there was in it. We
would suggest, however, if the egg is
good for "gall in the human system,"
that Captain Menge send carloads of it
to that drainage board, that they may
be relieved of their overabundance of
that article, and rtiaybe cured and
brought to their senses and from under

the influence of trickster scoundrels
who are seemingly working that drain-
age scheme in fine shape to drain the
entire I. I. business of all its lands and
money, and which will eventually bring
heavy additional tax burdens on the
whole people and still leave the Ever-
glades undrained. It "can't be did,"
in our opinion, and we have as much
right to guess at it as has Governor
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward and his
board and their advisers. See!
Just back our officers up with a strong
public sentiment and show them that
they can count on your support in en-
forcing the lawagainst illegal selling of
whiskey, that they have the full moral
and religious citizenship of their county
behind them, and then blind tigers will
become scarce and prohibition laws will
be enforced. Violators of law are al-
ways in dread if officers are vigilant
and justice is meted out to them by the
courts. _~v___
Does it not seem a little strange that
a few Florida newspapers will attempt
to offer an excuse for the I. I. Board
selling the State's lands cheap, while
that great board itself never attempted
to give any justifying reasons for it?
A toadying apologist for anything bad
is nauseating. As a usual thing such
an animal will invariably turn the other
cheek to be slapped, or lick the hand
that smites, and the world moves on
just the same.
stands high for his integrity and as one
of Florida's best citisenas, to ee them
about it, and the foregoing letter is
what we got vwrbim, except we with-
hold the name of the official and supply
the words necessary for smooth read.
ing. The names an and will be far.
nished if It should be neeesary. We
wish it thoroghly uodraood, how er,
that this .fcial is nst a memberet aeq
board. He is aa eealha a pgrt.
mi .1 tih govmm t inut eased
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It cannot be contended with justice
that the Internal Improvement Board
(id right in disposing of land at a ridic-
ulously low price to Joseph Jennings on
the grounds that the property was so
worthless that no one else wanted it.
Htow did they know that? It was their
plain duty to have advertised the lands
and ascertained that no higher bid would
be offered. The power to make private
sales of public lands is a dangerous one
to put into the hands of any set of of-
ficers. If it had been ascertained that
the lands, so valuable for the bark to
be obtained from them, to say nothing
of the value of the timber, were wanted
by jno one else, there would have been
no ground for objection to a public sale
thereof. Times- Union Short Talks,
July 22d.
They did not know any such thing,
and one member of that board at least
Should have remembered that the Drake
Bros. Produce Co. of Miami had tried
to pui chase the lands through an official
at Tallahassee some time before, who
was given to understand that none of
the lands in that section would be dis-
posed of until the Everglade lands were
placed on the market. See letter in
another column, and look out for some
more "zig-sagging" interviews, letter
writing, etc., etc.
Considerable of our editorial space for
the last three weeks has been devoted
to upholding our first position in rela-
tion to that cheap, sacrifice land salato
the Jennings-Leather Trust combine as
against tie efforts of these parties in
combination with State officials to throw
cold water on same. We admit too
much of anything becomes tiresome,
but believe our readers and rest of the
people of Florida, in whose interest the
True Democrat is working, will appre
ciate and excuse us for giving so much
of it. If you have read the newspaper
comments and the efforts of the I. L
Board's mouthpiece, you will readily
me a continuation of it has been per-
sistently thrust upon us. We have up-
held our position in the premise, and
now believe the people of Florida are
ready to agree with ui fully, btat the
I. I. Board (also Drainage Board) ha
been proven recalcitrant to the trust
reposed in them, that THEY (the mem-
bers) have willfully and deliberately
disposed of another large body of I. I.
land at a sacriece, and by doing so have
allowed a shrewd land speculator to
make a good amount of money in a
short time that should rightfuly and
properly have gone nto the I. 1. trae
mry, and whi should, ate it wea
there, have geo for goed road hliM-
or e eq ualy m*werlehp we*-k, t h
wMeh the iltlIt ii a a whole woia

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eouaties wbre liqr is allowed to be
Mld na but one town or city:
!8Nissau:......................... ,
;........................ 18,444
M re........----..-...-.---- 18,006
ss.----..--..------.-------- 9,664
-e-ola ..---..-----.- -----.. 8,444
ta.......................-------. 11.641
Santa Rosa ..................... 10,298
4 Total.-...............-.... ,441
Ina the whole State, therefore, there
are but 16,047 people living in counties
whee license is the policy in more than
eme town or city.
The temperance in Florida has been
largely a matter of spontaneous com-
bastion. The past as well as the exist-
S la organizations that war on alcohol
i.. have never been strong or very active.
, There has generally leen a Probition
party ticket in the field, but no system-
S tic campaign has ever been waged in
its interest.
A year ago a State organization of
the Anti-Saloon League was formed,
but as yet it has but little more than a
paper organization. It has not yet
found its "sesAle."
The W. C. T. U. has been more act-
ive than any other temperance organi-
sation.. It has a fairly good State or-
reanization, headed by Miss Minnie E.
Neal, of DeLand, as president, and has
exercised some influence on legislation.
It was the W. C. T. U. and the Times-
Union of this city, that defeated the
formidable attempt to saddle the dis-
pxmnary upon the State a few years
bgo. This scheme was an attempt to
divert the local prohibition movement
S Into another channel and, at the ame
time, provide machinery for marketing
the products of the brewery and the
disUlery, where the "blight of prohibi-
tion" was cutting off sales.
The real "prohibition agitators" or
Florida have been the loons them-
selves. For the saloons would make
drunken ignorant negroes, who ran
amuck with knife, revolver and torch,
burning, shooting and ravishin the in-
nocent and unoffending. Ever outrage
of this sort was a "prohibition argu-
ment" that the people could see and
feel and know. There was no answer
S to ti t argument. Hanin or burning
the drunken negro did not answer It.
Eulogies over the corpse of the victim
did not answer it. "Preaching the goe-
pel" did not answer it. The revenue
argument did not answer it.
Tax Blid
aitr. Baloom Raeipte. fTiem
Jacksonville-.....88 152 64
Tampa and West
Tam pa70 128 58
Key West- -. -26 47 21


Total.......184


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188


From the above table it appears that
18 of these U88 blind tigers exist in
three of the license cities of the State.
Year by year dan month by mouth the
lines are being drawn more closely
rouAnd the neck of the liuor trae In
this State. Practically a thome who
are at all active ia denounng the sa-
kowevil are party Prohlb letfit
. Thw ane the safatof the earth i Ftor-
ida. Their sotinuos "am-ering"
added to the oun of the m aloon
Itself have dome toward redoam-
Ma Flda from the drink eviL-We&.

SW T Is are a! =Gen
-my M. are n of t
4 dm whmS tMut leads
to kwlnme a the parneS th


is president, were outlined in the Morn-
ing New in an interview with Mr. Wil-
liams some two weeks go His visit
to the place with Mr. Witover was for
the purpose of having the architect
prepare plans for thebuing that it
o roped to erect. With the In-
cr ed busine and consequent in-
reae in population that the develop-
ment of the South American trade will
bring, larger hotels and more store and
office room will be needed.
OPmNIo A oULt PORT.
That Mr. Williams is going ahead and
at once preparing to meet these needs
speaks conviecingly'for his confidence in
the future of the port. Mr. Williams
believes the time has arrived for the
opening of a Gulf port to the South
American trade, and that Carrabelle Is
the logical location. Efforts are now
being made to get an appropriation of
$200,000 from Congress for harbor im-
provements, the proposed work having
received the approval of the engineer
in charge of the district.
Carrabelle is the commercial port,
while Lanark, only 7 miles distant, is a
resort of some note, being both a sum-
mer and winter resort. At Lanark the
hotel, the Lanark Inn, is to be remod-
eled and enlarged. It is planned to add
50 bed rooms to the hotel The addi-
tions will be so arranged that still fur-
ther additions can be made later with.
out any change in the general plan.
All the necessary bathrooms and other
accompaniments for these bedrooms are
to be added. It is thought that later
the hotel will have to be still further
enlarged. It is also proposed to equip
the hotel with a steam-heating outfit
for the winter patronage.
WORK AT CA4RABLLB.
At Carrabelle the hotel, which is very
attractively located, is to be also en.
la rgd. Fourteen more rooms will be
added tothehotel, also a new din.
6bg hall and kithenw Itie. Enter-
tainment features will also be added.
Besides the improvements to be made
on the hotel, a whole block of stores
will be erected. They will be two-story
brick structures. The corner building
will be for a bank, while the others wiu
be for stores of various kinds, with
offices on the second floor.
Still further improvements are being
contemplated, but the foregoing have
all been positively agreed upon and the
plans wiN be prepared by Mr. Witcover
at once. Other buildings may be planned
later.
Mr. Williams is planning an extensive
sale of lots at Lanark sometime about
the middle of August. A number of
people already own cottages there, and
It is thought the colony will be greatly
increased after the sale. Many of the
cottagers at the resort are frompoints
along the line of the Georgia, Florida
and Alabama railroad.
MNdest Clams Often Carry e Nest

When Maxim, the famous gu in.-
ventor placed his gun before a commit.
toe of judges, he stated its carrying
power to be much below what he felt
sure the Mun would aeo*mpieh The
result of the trial was therefore a great
surprise, instead of disappointment It
is the same with the manufacturers of
Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diar.
rhoea Remedy. They do not publiel
boeat of at thremedy wi o aeom
but prefer to let the users make the
statements. What they do clsim, is


ea to p bWe spial Wtoer. eo
of herpre&
Lemd a hand to the girl who work.
works, works, and knows nothing of
rereatiom or rst.
Land a head-aa open hand a warm
hand, a .trg habnd, an uplifting had.
a haend filled always with mercy na
Men must learn to labor and to wait
if they would sueeeed. Brains grow by
uas as well as hands. The greatest aum
is the one who uses his brains the meet
-who has added most to his natural
stock of power. Would you have fleet
feet? Try them in the race. Would
you have stronger minds? Put them at
rational thinking. They will grow
strong by action. Would you have
greater succesA? Use greater and more
rational and constant efforts. Does
competition trouble you? What is your
competitor but a man? Are you a cow-
ard. that you shrink from the contest?
Then you ought to be beaten. Is the
end of your labor a long way off? Every
step takes you nearer to it. Is it a
weary distance to look at? Ah, you are
faint hearted That is the trouble with
the multitude of youth. Youth is not
so lazy as it is cowardly. They may
bluster at first, but they won't stick ft
out. Young farmer, do you covet a
homestead, nice and comfortable, for
yourself and that sweet one of your day
dreams? What hinders that you should
not have it? Persevering industry with
proper economy will give you the farm.
A man can get what he wants if he is
not faint hearted. Toil is the'price of
success. The wisest charity is t-help
a man to help himself. To put a man
in the way of supporting himself gives
him a new lease of life, makes him feel
young again, for It is very many times
all a sick man needs to restore him to
perfect health.
An anonymous writer wrote a poem
that reveals a marvelous defect in the
moral penalties. The very sweetest
and the bet of all .our fireedes some-
meas eross thMrehelds that will never
we touched by the iendf other day.
t were infinitely better to die and be
aevouredby the worm of the dust
tian to be entombed in living death.
The girl who crosses that boundary does
so to return never again. She enters
oblivion and is ostracized from bosoms
upon which she was wont to lean. Pity
may redeem her love never! Her
name is spoken in whisprs and her
phantom form appears amidst the shad-
ows of shame. That's the lovely but
blasted girl. The man-ah! The voice
of society speaks in other tones here.
He's in the parlor with the fairest-be's
in the whirl of trade competing with
the honorable. Down-down with the
social law that makes a distinction
where there is no difference! Listen to
my poem:
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In.SO 06ACh". Usaw MWh 3,1110, #At'cIty throw open Its doors again to openi o In (he columnsof tI ht dtrCollins, -of th e 2 Wnw ~eu.
64 O001.. at TaJ&Hawwose. mFlrida. utder'bar-rwroms, with the evils that alwWs O eu len1b1 foarl,--o news P~ow.04crat, had beow grosly remissinhg ia
cnei'w...oet.. .Afto e Coll"insous AlwaysW5 mod. of proc. rfingtrustworthy informs. r IY~r'S" AMd ~h
r pem fNrh17.follow having them" It is up to the myuw,'Fhot c1v...ints I htDeort wih&
e1'.rpl~n. ~ ~ moal, r l~iou an lawabiing at-rnsfl, deva',ted to his policies, he had not appir ed to sAid officials for husse.'fes tw-
st~I..te TIe51bg~ r ~e enshp o th ut andcouty o dcidehutmisdvied by hi, friend); concern. their version of official transactions, !members"ad rnh
.~. that question in Oil! interest of all that ing the mtosi' hi pursuing to ac- ad particularly arraigned the latter19 reading. TheII
pile". 41,011'e'rr Yew, In Ad loaIsbext ut IUlet allvomtogeterwith, :o.T~ipIb his purl,#);4,--. St. Augustille for such delinquency in the nal~of IDemocrat are '"agn" the
tiea n~~Ist ther Re "r~~~rd the Jennings geale of Monroe county)if, wieteSnspot t
it aunitedI and de'terinitivid etfort, aned ri'- The Iherald did .'iii e'rid to matkea: land for wawes) at41Vcents per acre, Sima is also printing some aw ul'
) l (' iVthait, beirw ora tile "i'jttaniti le'4t thru ct wnd jixitiv 'ait. 'thatthe 'ruitt llwhich Lthe punre er imniediately o. t ) about fon. John A (O#~pu
we11erWrs o il, ffcil eiolomerHie fthi.4 U6!tj1a"4 ,Tlthtly will get it) 01''iri'rt ;mpu;v -I i)-inif1ivity 'of! turiwd ou clear Jirolta to kilrself 5(;f ee county. AnyoneiAgorq s
.. ~~~~worlfWitt ith a l-rh'?arrac'etioaf)that thih (j'avernor 1$O j~fif'JJ do WILM,njjid'UjloUi ja,$,31' J lA u DTiLra eres esjavs sol ryts
siaei llt a~ii be craf'I,,a a .I hat.the h-11'aVt~kl:1t.i .tjofl, in tfe let, idm~itas tl1ut.it 8e- three. -Punta G.orda Herald.
khassee, Friday, July 27, 1906. community ~ai i~ it umi i t,4mrcue r ovit'rueair and hi~i, 'rd the information,no frum the Specialtiei in our line, as it wets,
- Witt) i L..( ia; ll :rew a I. or, ii.,',. i ;,:lla I raipe'o rnte-nL >t A'(tflelak, ha I tieii t he'official tileln Well, so Ionic' as the True Dean.
ito wi k iin derid "aarnoxt faor thlna that Ih'ra a i,' "r a -.. ija i tt' 8ta d at tla O i' iiti d ci'd( of .0l (,liiiC a)Uft'%.. and ilici- ca a ic crld eadrseto
:*' g hauve v'at work for W-do~', i .iI [ii a'i, W A( (. III -';,, ltt- 4i aa I i, d aartliu(1-win daliej ;. .: ojI petofUr& (' i iellr -tun te le, iljc flho ird ih i
"; ;,I (Itl19hil,' "flIll Wirrhi i atoutrpiji, it pr curei,'o matii'ahe'in ile mci tf l;.ia wih i
4,1da h, hi! W h~e lnwl ,-; n "~i t.rv"th:,4w" kI,),i,e tv ;,ra it, ,,)t iii tht, T~IVes. lhe"incident, illi ts igligt to gie publicity to affairs
_I 4't .' ")ll M'j-, a. ,I ~ .*.i O il,, True t.rl('i'rat, "11(i for ewvor(cuttiatflulabuses we see an
'id ii v i r i e J Ai ; 4 1 ri t ie -a i t i nl , t iti i f I i t aw' ai.a l a i to r k t ~ a i i t 1 r g i ,i' t n a .- t tit ieg kuk e ts at Ii. h e b eet iet e e s

u~1I ti ~L'a~ 1.Wa'a ai.' 'itoi.'a be,! uubebd ic a k.' Wa'. good
-TriwI' lluww i1iaa' "J b l,'i : a; ,~,. ~ .i i d~,'i' ~: t' t rcsulttii~- ,o ahetai ri lee plct
a'ai' We Ihai A tV. an'. f: I d,. 0,4.* t* : ,1. 4' 1,j -ill!~Ii a'ia'laa~d Wtl as ut
r j r ( ~ a d i I'A re 4 .at~j t k f v,t ,ai iaI ti' .1 0 a i a A 'l P i .l.4.. i t~i a i l o t h o va cu se s t h e
1f-w l 'll th~ e~ e li a It ,i*,, i. I l a ''`),0 Ll, .V al V i'L J- l I u .- --n fl iiat iacti." u lts
I a'II ;II,[llI'a. t itt g Il o io e ijr~ of-


inialady. I I 'tt''r Ir.,, Int h(, t h!a

Pal'aat~ka 'Iirnts-liia'raal '11itj, ''


4Ionnthat *tot the 1,n-4-0'ia t iofit,' i ha ta i a a
Would involve t hu iium-lum vI, ,p dii IaI a
of amaln m"Ine'r.o su~rl (if rI111uv."


So it would seem the True Democrat
m h-lms converted L'Engle's Sun to
| h< in *that the Internal Improve.
gMljoard- should "not sell any more
Wi bodies of land. Read the quota-
h n the Jacksonville-Tallahasmee
S lit "We believe that the trustees
ld f not sell any more large bodies of
( And then the Times-Union
beort Talks man comments thudly:
$f On the qualifying adjective? Why
-w t ill any at private sale?
IIthey favor any one in sell-
ir it not favoring one man
ad himth e land he wants
fm -0 no~tie to the puble
that ltf may oe else wishes to
Sa Wt aed e may bid for it?"
L I d W gms to prove the True Den.
so, Sood work in

We AM be Or Mbewor them


a .* ' ati I .a t 'a a
a tall I a! I '., aa
taDi::a it!
'a. l.~ a
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I 'ta aj tat alit a' a 'ut' at a':alai at
if ;,,a' ai''aal a lii gal,


witn no wnrleyR peopeI, *Vn II II will
take that to lick them. Prepare to give
them a lively tilt for the victory if they
succeed in having the election called,
and we will surely win, for we are on
the right side of the whiskey question,
and right properly contended for and
in the right spirit must surely prevail
and win out. Tallahassee has been
without open bar-rooms for about two
years, and evidences on all sides prove
it's best. Let's never have them again,
and let's determine to get rid of the
blind tigers too while we are about it,
ad well as the open-eyed tier. It can
be done. Let's do it a good and hard
that the attempt will never again be
made to make Leon a wet or whiskey
county. -
Wheni lnotlefie to go to Burns
Co.'s store, tdephoL you wats and


a i'aa ft..',
flat halt
ful'(at'
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"thaLI I k,$a UItta., ItI1 0t'n C4 )ILIIIII~iS Uof ~tie~tX-
CO-IILI;L iaia iWi Si .)VIape. on the
(ltt'10 i 0!1111h fe~iia:5 aal~ays 6*1-
fit 111-i4 t 11,4i Lb1:,at(,,,i' ciltl' b ara honest
Lt I jI jI aI'aI>'ti1~ 1,Iratcivai:4 concern.
SI,,'tAaliil., 1;a1 sj. puilfig to he-
1 ,, -I LI I(P. k I L. AUgUsk le
111 jk*. ADia V,--(, i irnittjItig all this to
*tp ta' \ a't. sUpiccviontmit there was
duat (I of a'taldiiusin the Governor's
IiaLliia ii'4,iaft.1 til *"his friendss' were
~jtibi i Watia mmiii. kPalatka N ewas.
JI, i LV.1-it %'.U ia'aa'hanleiiu'4vuring


T hose lii i .i.f5 Ic i',,.';, I .ial Md i1 ' i I . 1 i k., mr, I I ,. \ 'iJ I
#ays in a card in 1hiitt j ' ''iil -'aar<' i Il lit, i 'a "! i I a? .. '
all A40 the huniuli n i l I.I-la 'I ,;, I I ii. a i i ;i .. ,*;. I. !I.
D drainage il iaird ulld ('l;itlt<' Id,'l;a,'l<' >li<','1 *A"v'11 ,,I a'...i n 1,, ia a "' 1 at
had bette r tIk ',s t lhe hiiet ilt,I .a ill,.',' ;j ,;.il ,,. i /' i.,i a, a, ,; ..i 1 1 ti1 Ji .i1:
few of them iReadiil i.tl 'l ]it :illi'." i', ,! ', a I ' i
W e und er tLiand a traip I ) .. l ri t o i n ,,1
catch us ni ppitig. 'Iihti' all rivit i '
W e have our "feet wellon th '. tIne,adle.," mai '' t o I tt'I ft l',i a
and have several truaps if tir own S, '
which we believe will iv tclt .ai, n ilnrt.a r t a e l ha t
rare gamo birdn in the intl'ri't of Itie' t' ""'i. al,0 ; O il %. t a" ll' at
people of Florida, the' o t! ni mi aI ril., it' h t
..opl.o.. ... for Itlie ii in tih aritlal, tii tli;it tit,' .x-
W enloteAlabama'si( v a Press Association micetinig andil Can will ,lni- back tlo uniral r.itvinic. tliin
mended his 'newspaper cditaors for th e' lhit wE- go, ill to winl, ri1l thit ttoo in
good they do. Florida's Governor says, ;hi. inti'rtet ot f ll that is lest II alill to
il his State the, are unplrincilpled, that ihe ditreet intercist of Ith. woliier iirind
ltey "sell space for so much an inch, (chilulrin, aid paiirlicularly so that the
With sentiment thrown In." It's sill young youth may Ie njitive.d from tihe
owing to the raining, however. See'. temptations aind the inifluences offered
-- him in thel blar-room.
loridians generally regret that lii It is a known fact that niot near so
Wi K. Zewadlkil, of Ocala, arld his ex- much money and influence can be me-
ellent family have moved to Spring-! much mnnthe ninll Intluncea can be
AMeld, llinois, to reside. Mr. Zewadki I sured from the whiskey element as was
Nh b" one of Florida'a best and most in hand last time to help defray the ex-
ehfteld sens and a sealous Christian penfes of a campaign. Then most of
WreW for all that wn goodl and bent. the bar-room stock in this city was.
He d family carry the tw at wishesad of owned by outsiders and rich breweries.
lanidlawlth them to ttheirnew home, They spent money lavishly, circulated
and may they keep well and proper. great stacks of misleading, false and
The True Democrat is to visit them cunningly devised printed literature,
eg rl r and worked countless schemes, besides
*reuhy ..-..... controlling all the newspapers of the
A Neo York dispatch of the 22d con- city, and employed speakers and put up
veyed to the world the fact that Mr. a much stronger fight than they can
RuIeell Sage, one of America's richest hope for now. All that considered,
finaeler. had passed nto the great why cannot the moral, religious element
hereafter, to render an account to the come together In a determined effort
Creator for his stewardship here below, and win the victory again? We can do
He died of heart failure, resulting from it, and we can keep bar-rooms out, but
Ss empHeation of ills, In the 17th year it cannot be done except by earnest,
of hi aie, and was laid at rest Wednes- persistent and determined work. It
day of this week. Mrs. Sage and her would be a burning shame and an ever-
brother, Colonel tlocum, are named as lasting disgrace to Tallahassee to allow
eemates of his very large estate, open bar-rooms to come back once we
wibh goes away up into the millions,. have rid ourselves of them, and we do
GA.v.ll-e wn: 'The crop of Gub. not believe a majority of our citisnens
stIal candidates grows as wish to see our fair city disgraced by
d al rainy season. Thows now men- allowing it. We have placed ourselves
Mi are: Cromwell Gibbons," W.J among the respectable dry counties of
Jassonvill; Jenings, of Pen- 'Florida, which are now largely in the
i aco ae;s- C. Gordan, Tamp . majority, so let's stay there and help
.11 ,,Miama, and E. Crl, of set the good example to remaining
he latte hs not nnoune- whiskey soaked ones. So let's gt busy
V l i The latter has not announc- and go at them even more determined
S ent, of entering th re, than we did two years ago, and the vie-
. ,mstlment is srystalisinl In his fayd

li.r thn g t. i h I f. tory surely wil be for cleanliness, put-
stl the man b est fitted for Ity and for the best interest of all.
--ip-- under resnt cl, Let's get up another "jolt debate"


S' i l,, Pump-Snale Eggs. t Iii.' n',pia'., up to -and L through
.' i ;i f' H. J a i a I'tiii tie peopl),j of Florida up to-the
h I a a li. '';, 'h a i lx it i -l i '- i ,. i o l .)ui.' S tiL' S ta llicials into some awk-
t' o at,. MI tra. 1 .oni !l bi a 1 II a li f fItln' r ''T-a t\t'ai'-,a. 'Ia'i ,, i 'i' 1a ill ai ,l ';,l, ii t l ai i' s to t .
aa! a -al( i;. : *I. I. ,,i ti\'' -li. l .ia t i ,* i l ,i .lit' .tI tt( f h is f 'iU De' mclm 'ra t is )cgn ninii to rea p
S-lilo I ,t il tni \;ilu.', Di.' t ilivla' is I1)tS lii' goo l re'sulti from its honest of-
whi. h I;,t(A only I, i tli .. a pi ec' '- on : l ia: t ill extracti; the' gall forts.
(<.lnt:, or cheah p l m;,i ;itid the law gJivvt l' tit h iilili human t -.vsI' l r than q -
Ithelm authlor'itytao./t ,I t pr i' r It he IVV4'4 this n .t'!.o:; and if' the' party It 'cannot be contended with justice
f.i Tiihat wil i'eaolh a'..l.,I Iv those' hi,(' tlii- h %t '% rutoa It pih,.,.i'- will kindly S ind that thle Intterial Improvement Board
iThat wa if. e his l allc-s, I will scrI him a half- id right in disposing of laiind at a ridic-
ilal little letters, .,l' written to Mr Ii" z,,n i" th' ,. s i( of charge. ulously Il'w ) 'price to Joseph Jernningson
L'i'il'.'s admini.I!ration organ; then With ith.' L..e of thesis, hit'- .iin penetrate tile grounds that the property was so
followed the Kilai-r,'artein G;ranimnar i hi Eve.rgladies with impunity, and worililess that no one else wanted it.
School itut as y't eti ,'('ota.Utl,/,, phla- 1 iniglat iffer the, (;oVtr'ior s ome v)more How did they know that? It was their
~Si' rl~ or asy. lugg tstho,, 'n' .al whIich u nty I f mor'e value plain duty to have advertised the lands
8i6/1, '.nHil/#< or mit,l,.fictorj ,c.,r.iin, has i to himi than the pump snake. Please and ascertained that no higher bid would
been given for the sale, and it srTANSi' give this space in your next issue, and be offered. The power to make private
A IIKNING; OITRAra, and proves (coin- oblige, Yours very truly, sales of public lands is a dangerous one
lu gRat, band o s r PT. J'. F. MENGE. to put into the hands of any set ot of-
clusivly that great board of czars are ticers. If it had been ascertained that
not looking after l people's intereMts We do n t kn who the author of the lands, so valuable for the bark to
and welfare au public servants should, the pump-snarke article was. We cop- be obtained from them, to say nothing
and, to say the least, they do deserve ied it for the fun there was in it. We of the value of the timber, were wanted
to be cenured fr it; and the people would suggest, however, if the egg is by o one else, there would have been
toe ceurd r it and th people good for "gall in the human system,"no ground for objection to a public sale
Florida have the right to "infer irre- good for gall in the human system, thereof.-Times-Union Short Talks,
sistibly" just what they desire, when that Captain Menge send carloads of it July 22d.
public transactions are being handled to that drainage board, that they may They did not know any .such thing,
so carelessly, and on "the people be be relieved of their overabundance of and one member of that board at least
d d" style. that article, and maybe cured and 1 should have remembered that the Drake
But, my darlings, additional facts have brought to their senses and from under Bros. Produce Co. of Miami had tried
just come into our possession, and we the influence of trickster scoundrels to pui chase the lands through an official
give them as we have gotten them. who are seemingly working that drain- at Tallahassee some time before, who
This time, t o, if you please, we gath- age scheme in fine shape to drain the was given to understand that none of
ered same without bowing into their entire I. I. business of all its lands and the lands in that section would be dis-
august presence. Read the following money, and which will eventually bring posed of until the Everglade lands were
letter carefully and see the "startling heavy additional tax burdens on the placed on the market. See letter in
information" it brings to you: whole people and still leave the Ever- another column, and look out for some
Miami, Fla., July 18, 1906. glades undrained. It "can't be did," more "zig-sagging" interviews, letter
Mr. John Collins. Talahassee: in our opinion, and we have as much writing, etc., etc.
My Dear Sir-As per your request, I right to guess at it as has Governor Conl de space for
went aid talked wllh Mr. Drake about Napoleon Bonaparte Broward and his Coe rable of our editorial s pace for
the lands. He tells me that he endeav- board and their advisers. See! the last three wks has been devoted
ored to buy these" lands, but could not .. .-to upholding our first position in rela-
doal (name wrote to ald h e e offi- Just back our officers up with a strong tion to that cheap, sacrifice land salato
ahout July 12, 1906, and asked him to public sentiment and show them that the Jennings-Leather Trust combine as
see if he could get the land for him. they can count on your support in en- against tile efforts of these parties in
The official writes as follows: He went forcing the law against illegal selling of combination with State officials to throw
todsee Mr. McLin, togethe Commisiomner, whiskey, that they have the full moral cold water on same. We admit too
McLin told himto gt tha for him.ds were and religious citizenship of their county much of anything becomes tiresome,
for sale, nor would they give an tion behind them, and then blind tigers will but believe our readers and rest of the
to anyone on these lnd- alsosithat become scarce and prohibition laws will people of Florida, in whose Interest the
fore intended to drain ts lands be- be enforced. Violators of law are al- True Democrat is working, will appre-
fo offering them fore Hial that there ways in dread if officers are vigilant cate and excuse us for giving so much
board had entered intoan agreement and justice is meted out to them by the of it. If you have read the newspaper
not to sell an acre of these lands until corw comments and the efforts of the 1. I
the litigation then pending as to the Does it not seem a little strange that Board's mouthpiece, you will readily
ownership of the lands was settled by few Florida newspapers will attempt ar' mouic o wil readily
the courts. Now, it is evident that the a few Florida newsp will attempt ee a continuation of it has beeo per
board at that time had doubts as to who to offer an excuse for the I. I. Board sistently thrust upon us. We have up-
owned the land. The question is, Why selling the State's lands cheap, while held our position in the premises, and
should they refuse to eol to a man like that great board itself never attempted now believe the people of Floridaa
that high official, of unimpeachable in- to give any justifying reasons for it? ready to ree with u fully, la the
tegrity. and sell to this Mr. Jennings, y to ree with us fully, that the
who, in my opinion, never had money A toadying apologist for anything bad I I. Board (also Drainage Board) have
enough of his own to buy 100 acres at is nauseating. As a usual thing such been proven recalcitrant to the trust
41cents per acre. an animal will invariably turn the other repoed in them, that TZY (thet er.-
ou will note that they had no price chk to be slapped, or lick the han r ha ll y d tl
for the lands to the high official, aid, che tob apped or e nd b ) have willfully and deliberately
so far as McLin know that high oi hat amites, and the world moves on disposed of another large body of I. I.
cial might have offd hm $1 per acre. just the am. land at a sacrifice, and by doing so hav
Again, these people, knowing iat high ld ere nd b o e
olital wanted thme lands Why did stands high for his integrity and as one allowed a shrewd lsad speculator to
they not notify him wheu they decided of Florida's best citizens, to ses them make a good amount of moaey in a
toput them on the market? He cer- about it, and the foregoing letter is short tiem that should rightfully and
thlyapplied to them fi rst. If what we got wveratum, except we with. properly have gone into the I. I. treas.
SChool boy 10 y, had a pilee of
land for sale, and to get the best hold the name of the ofcial and supply ury, and which should, after it wet
prie possible for i new that two the words necessary for smooth read- there, have gone Aor good road bi dIg
parties wanted It, i rtalnly ing. The names can and will be fur. or msme equally meritorius work, fom
" both partis ,bXXi ni'ahed if It abould be mesemary. We whh the eldiuilp as a while woul
I sYours,e..XXX.
P. &-You will m ak Mr. McLn how d bbe
"sidetracked" the eeal ight that this oadal is not a member el ay 3 g lade dtl h .f We b@eW
l -ave him Wm t boasd. He is as l, ln a dplierl t wete& bmlW ela theldeios2
NteI ll meat of the govOmst eet e mmeti --far as w-e ae mioa
Tome Ot hr P O te my Vam with ly head; bt In dwr mattmI we beIo to be a toa
Dsk.e B m >aI to pvm *J5 iSu- - 'Mal "!"
sAaethehand., w a aablwth reog 1W hwernllh rrM U Drn,,


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jW"= A

S populddat$= of the State
Or a-n thr4 ar, more than
vg I No*Ubo where total
Seign. These ounties
w eM ewdll proteated, so far as law
aM t, wee t not for the Hquor
shIpped Wto der the protection of the
interstate ommeree law.
ldssO the 7 total prohibition
amotke the followi-gIs a Ifst of eight
counts where liquor is allowed to be
sold in but one town or city:


M- .................-----....... 5,
........................ 16,4
Moroe..-----------... ---------.- 18,000
Nassau..-..--...........-----...---------..-..-- 9,654
Oeola ...-.......--.---------....-......----- 8,444
Putnam ...................-----... 11,641
Santa Rosa..................... 10,29
4 Total-.......-- .....-- ....---- ..... --------89,441
In the whole State, therefore, there
are but 189,047 people living in counties
where license is the policy in more than
one town or city.
The temperance in Florida has been
largely a matter of spontaneous com-
bustion. The past as well as the exist-
ing organizations that war on alcohol
have never been strong or very active.
There has generally been a Prohition
party ticket in the field, but no system-
atic campaign has ever been waged in
its interest.
A year ago a State organization of
the Anti-Saloon League was formed,
but as yet it has but little more than a
paper organization. It has not yet
found its "sea legs."
The W. C. T.U. has been more act-
ive than any other temperance organi-
sation.. It has a fairly good State or-
manisation, headed by Miss Minnie E.
Neal, of DeLand, as president, and has
exercised some influence on legislation.
It was the W. C. T. U. and the Times-
Union of this city, that defeated the
formidable attempt to saddle the dis-
pensary upon the State a few years
SThis scheme was an attempt to
divert the local prohibition movement
S Into another channel and, at the same
time, provide machinery for marketing
the products of the brewery and the
distillery, where the "blight of prohibi-
tion" wa cutting off sales.
The real "prohibition agitators" or
Florida have been the saloons them-
selves. For the saloons would make
drunken ignorant negroes, who ran
amuck with knife, revolver and torch,
burning, shooting and ravishing the in-
nocent and unoffending. Ever outrage
of this sort was a "prohibition argu-
ment" that the people could see and
feel and know. There was no answer
to the argument. Hanging or burning
the drunken negro did not answer it.
Eulogies over the corpse of the victim
did not answer it. "Preaching the go.-
pel" did not answer it. The revenue
argument did not answer it.
Tax Blind
itr. Saoomn. Roaspta. Tisger
Jacksonville..-.. 88 152 64


Tampa and West
Tampa ....... 70
Key West...... 26
Totals-.......184


m 188


From the above table it appears that
188 of the 808 blind tigers exist in
three of the licene cities of the State.
Year by ear and month by month the
line are D drawn more lelely
round the neck of the liquor trafe in
this State. Practicalbly all of those who
are at all active in denouncing the sa-
loon evil are party Prohiltionists.
S T ae the saft tie earth in Flor-
. Their. omr-tnws- "hammering"
added to the outrage of the saloon
Itself have done mue toward redeem-
iag Florids fro the drink eviL-We.-
loyan.
T-I =UMD TM.E
Blad t are a toa com
M ty. a n wn of the
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so thbte G Wlp for te- OtbAined-

doa" of the lFlorM and Al-
bams Ralroad, om w Mr. W illiams
is president, were outlined in the Morn-
ing News in an interview with Mr. Wil-
liams some two wesd ago. His visit
to the plae with Mr. Witeover was for
thehe architect
r opT t to erect. With the in-
cre business and conse quent in-
crease in population that the develop-
ment of the South American trade will
tobring, larger hotels and more store and
I osfe room will be needed.

OPEIrNo A GULF PORT.
i hat Mr. Williams is going Whead and
at once pretwori w to meet ths needs
to thspeaks convey withngly for his confidence in
the future of the po rt. Mr. Williams
believes the time has buived for that
opening of a Gulationr thato the developth
American trade, and that Carrabelle is
the logical location. Efforts are now
being made to Irt an appropriation of
$200,000 from Congress for harbor im-
provements, the proprt.ed work havingllms
received the time hproval of the engineer
in charge of a Gulf district.
Carican tradbelle is the commercial port,
while Lanark, only 7 miles distantow is
resort of some note, being both a sum-
mer and winter resort. At Lanark thea
hotel, the Lanark Inn, iof to be remod-
eled and enlarged. It ict.planned to add
50 bed rooms tothe hotel. The addiport,
tons will be so arranged that still fur-
ther additions can be made later with-
out any change in the general plan.
All the necessary bathrooms and other
ac60 bed roompaniments for these bedrooms ared
to be added. It is thougcanht theater witerh-
the hotel will have to be still further
enlarged. It is also proposed to equip
the hotel with a steam-heating outfit
for the winter patronage.


WORK AT CARRABBLLE.
At Carrabelle the hotel, which is very
attractively located, is to be also en-
larged. Fourteen more rooms will be
I added to the hotel, W also a new din-
ing hall and kite4hnleilitles. Enter-
tainment features will also be added.
Besides the improvements to be made
on the hotel, a whole block of stores
will be erected. They will be two-story
brick structures. The corner building
will be for a bank, while the others will
be for stores of various kinds, with
offices on the second floor.
Still further improvements are being
contemplated but the foregoing have
all been positively agreed upon, and the
plans will be prepared by Mr. Witcover
at once. Other buildings may be planned
later.
Mr. Williams is planning an extensive
sale of lots at Lanark sometime about
the middle of August. A number of
people already own cottages there, and
it is thought the colony will be greatly
increased after the sale. Many of the
cottagers at the resort are from points
along the line of the Georgia, Florida
and Alabama railroad.
Nedest CaIss onftean arrythe Host
CoBVIetion.
When Maxim, the famous gun in-
ventor, placed his gun before a commit-
tee of judges, he stated Its carrying
power to be much below what he feft
sure the oun would accomplish. The
result of the trial was therefore a great
surprise, instead of disappointment. It
is the same with the manufacturers of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy. They do not publicly
boast of all this remedy will accomplish,
but prefer to lt the users make the
statements. What they do claim, is
that it will positively cure diarroe
dysentery, pa to th stomach d
bowels and ha ver been known to
fail or asle by all dr glots. *
Mr. B. A. M egnl eam down from
Thomasville atrdaad spt 8 uda"
with his mothe, ter ad hot
Talahasose ftieds.
Mr. G = W. Troes arivbd home
in-Ma ~ go# ih





-owe afit
e a to Dr.- a. e is L1

AOL ufyeiBM^*e me-


d s e shater. fw
ltl fs as prele s tbh of her prodi.
Leadt hand to the girl who

rereratIon or reMst
Lend a hand-an open hand a warm
hand, a strong and, an upifthem down.
a hand filled always with mercy and
help.
en must larn to labor and to wait
if they would succeed. Brains grow by
use as well as hands. The greatest man
is the one who uses his brains the most
-who has added most to his natural
stock of power. Would you have fieter
feet? Try them in the race. Would
you have stronger minds? Put them at
rational think n. They will grow
strong by action. Would you have
greater success? Use greater and more
rational and constant efforts. Does
competition trouble you? What is your
competitor but a man? Are you a cow-
ard. that you shrink from the contest?
Then you ought to be beaten. Is the
end of your labor a long way off? Every
step takes you nearer to it. Is it a
weary distance to look at? Ah, you're
faint hearted! That is the trouble with
the multitude of youth. Youth is not
so lazy as it is cowardly. They may
bluster at first, but they won't stick it
out. Young farmer, do you covet a
homestead, nice and comfortable, for
yourself and that sweet one of your day
dreams? What hinders that you should
not have it? Persevering industry with
proper economy will give you the farm.
A man can get what he wants if he is
not faint hearted. Toil is the price of
success. The wisest charity is to help
a man to help himself. To put a man
in the way of supporting himself gives
him a new lease of life, makes him feel
young again, for It is very many times
all a sick man needs to restore him to
perfect health.
An anonymous writer wrote a poem
that reveals a marvelous defect in the
moral penalties. The very sweetest
and the best of all our flreadea some-
times croas threuilds that will never
be touched by the friend of other days.
It were infinitely better to die and be
devoured by the worms of the dust
than to be entombed in living death.
The girl who crosses that boundary does
so to return never again. She enters
oblivion and is ostracised from bosoms
upon which she was wont to lean. Pity
may redeem her love never Her
name is spoken in whispers and her
phantom form appears amidst the shad-
ows of shame. That's the lovely but
blasted girl. The man--ah1 The voice
of society speaks in other tones here.
He's in the parlor with the fairest-he's
in the whirl of trade competing with
the honorable. Down-down with the
social law that makes a distinction
where there is no difference Listen to
my poem:
Yes.co thoe ti women-Ist the ma so freet
Draw bek yar skirt let *M wrhanwe
May tough the Ur aments M pm
But s im spt a th owetltan e d
ToljbIs with be that er toedestrsiM
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Segi lote meeting oof eitiseas.

WOM-itt al an.?. C. Gilmore
was eet irman and John a. Col-.
i.s secretary. DrW. W. L. Moor stated
theobjectofthembe tingand thede-
termintionof the alo t opponents tm-
*~ediately was *evi .
A teap it meeting a nmittmof thre
to secure the serveof attopes, a
Hcommitte oh. 1aton. a. ambr from
each precinct, was appointed to attend
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. tK Mietler returned baet Mu
m a vMSt to rlat6ves lv
CTvue R. E. returned flatw
ft wry- where he went on basines
tor m few y.
Miss Lose Byrd, of Roanoke, Va., ii
S guenstofher unt, Mrs. A. B. Black.
bur, of this city.
Mr. Robert McDougall has returned
from Ilsle, Fla., for a few weeks' va
cation at home.
Mrs. A. ILR. Sessions, of lamonia Is
ependins a week with her mother, Mrs.
Jones, of this city.
Mrs. A. C. miller left Tuesday for a
few weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. P.
S. Thomson, In Quincy.
Mr. Jack Prince returned to Tallahas-
see Monday after a few weeks pleas-
antly spent at Dowling Park.
Mr. Tony Burns sailed for New York
Saturday for a few weeks' sightseeing
from a businee standpoint.
The Second Team played Lake Brad-
ford last Tuesday. The score was 10 to
2 in favor of the Tallahassee boys.
Mrs. W. M. Ainesworth and children,
of Savannah, are visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. M. Mclntoeh, for a few weeks.
A good Umbrella Frame is orth cov-
ering, and Burns & Co. will hae it done
for you at price that will be rigl. 22-tt
Mr H. Russell Felkell has been libra-
rian during the absence of Miss Maggie
William, who has been visiting rela-
tives in Jacksonville. /
For Fresh 0ro 'phone W. T.
Damon. 'Phone 198. 85-tf
Misses Seabloom and Robinson, who
have been in attendance at the summer
school here, were among the number to
return home Saturday.
Mr. G. E. Russ, an old time friend
from Wakulla, was a welcome visitor
at the True Democrat office Monday and
added his name to our subscription list.
Order Trunks, Dress Suit Cases or
Gladstone Bags from Burns & Co., and
be well equi.pped for your summer's
outing. The tbet Is the cheapest. 22-tf
Chief of Police LUarston arrested a
negro, Sam Williams, Monday for va-
grancy. He was turned over to the
county authorities and sent up, upon
conviction, for three months. Thaof
will find them If t around here.
Good Umbrella and OvbShoe weath-
er. Every man should hae two Um-
brellas, one for his own useend one to
loan his frenw Burns & C want to
replace those loaned to friend at one
dollar each. 22-tf
Mrs. ney and Mrs. Perry
Wall with their children, will soon oin
the Tampa sojouners in North Carolina
Davideon River being their destination.
They will be Joined by their mother,
Mrs. Houstoun, of Tallahassee.--Tampa
Tribune. "
Another large consignm ct of the
famous Hanan s Shoe due aturns &
Co.'s in about two weeks, so rooumust
be made for them, which accouRtl for
the continued sacrifice of Shoes a the
low prevailing rate. \ 22-f
Mr. Fritz W. Buchholz, the Rhodes
scholar from Florida, who has been in
the city for the six weeks past visiting
his father, Dr L. W. Buchhols, left for
Tampa with his father Monday. In
September when his vacation draws to
a close. Fritz will sail for Oxford, Eng-
land, for his second year in the univer-
sity.
The managers of the electric lighting
plant and Superintendent Fory the have
now so Improved the plant that there
seems no good ground for reasonable
esmplaiat. Policeman Gray, whee duty
it is to report on the street light, say
e now scarcely ever has to report a
light in bad condition; and that occa-
sionally when he does, the d1et Is Im-
mediately remedied.
The rank p of weeds that is grow-


lsh ot mnel i the benthlo
street an islka ie or olor r-
lathnt aa "a s reII" Mos.




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i we ve on ourbtsbit oo
ee^ampleo of the a eld nprl-i
navor they will compare favorably with

of commercial vaue -sa ha.r a


the bride at Tallshae FP-h. M,


lalf ,alters, A formal
Sn f ven, however, in due
Stkind i mitru etaty of
twh Vason, who as, u


I MieHa~rJoW.1Colt.s ro
S. ; while have already
private lodged thanks and ap-
preiation thee generous friends, t
give UaS pe to reiterate our grati-
tnde wadi m all King's Duht
now absenteE this addition to ourn
|Most reports from the
h oepital rency committees
came In this month; also cheering news
From the Colline-the sick man and
hi wife-who have bought a home in
Bristol and a.w doing well. They are
much gratified sad very grateful for all
amatane rendered them.
Although several of the official mem-
bers of the eirle are absent, the King's
Daughters ean still be reached through
their leader, Mrs. E. G. Chesley and
Mrs. W. MelIntosh treasurer.
MU. B. A. somNIson,
Corresponding Secretary.
Impufta Amaeueaeat.
Rev. James Y. Fair, D. D., pastor of
the Independent Presbyterian church.
Savannah, Ga. will preach at the Pres-
byterian church, Tallahassee next Sab-
bath morning and evening. The citizens
of Tallahassee are cordially invited to
hear Dr. Fair, who is one of the most
eloquent preachers in the South. Selec-
tions of sacred music will be given by
the choir, assisted by others.
ay Live0 I0years.
The chances for living a full century ;
are excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie i
Duncan of Haynesville, Me., now 70
year old. She writes: "Electric Bit-
,ers cured me of chronic dyspepsia of
20 yearS standing, and made me feel as
well and strong as a young girl." Elec-
tric Bitters cure stomach and liver dis-
eases, blood disorders, general debility
and bodily weakness. Sold on a guaran-
tee at all druggists. Price only 60c.
The True Democrat, Tavares Herald
and a few other papers are speaking
out in meeting. And the muck-rakers
are buy even in Florlds.-Palatka
Timee-HorakL
We speak for the True Democrat,
and serve notice, if it is necessary, that
it will continue to rake after abuses
and wrong doing until a change is
brought about. By just such work,
though It took time to accomplish it,
insurance investigations, etc., were
Brought about, and we hope to accom-
plish something like that for Floridians.
Best Cabinet Photographs in I
Tallahassee, $2.50 per dozen. 22,
Mrs. E. S Grace, of Citronelle, is
visiting her brother, Mr. E. H. Alford,
this week.
We read an advertisement of Florida
Female College, Tallahassee, in a num-
ber of Florida newspapers now-days.
Mr. W. F. Coachman, of Jacksonville,
wa successfully operated upon for ap-
pendicitis Thursday in New York city,
at the Samaritan Hospital.
Col. Rivers H. Buford, of Quincy, at-
torney for the G. F. & A. railroad, was
in town for a few days this week.
Mrs. B.C.Chairee and family are now in
their comfortable Cottage at Panacea
for about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spiller expect to
Spend next month in and around New
York and leave on Friday week--Jack-
sonville Metropolis.
On his death bed Horace Greeley ex-
claimed: "Fame is a vapor popularity
an accident, riches take wings, those
who cheer to-day will curse to morrow.
Only one thing endures, and that is
character.
Laey Dee, the little boy who was
bit by a mad dog Ja Jacksonville a few
days ago. died of hydrophobia in Atlan-
ta, where he was sent for treatment.
Worthlem dos should be killed every-
where, and Leon ty ha if full
share of them. c
Mr, Kenneth Perklas, a Tallahassee
o who has bean working in Jackson.-

employ of the Souheemr Eprees Corn-


how the other at ves. Thosi who
ue Bucklen's.Ara. Salve ver won-
da'if ft win cure r,nunda, burns,
asores ad all skin :to; they Irkw


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Mrsd, Strfege, her Dfor Ms

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to tha m nnonWeemet of the
erve~ churebh next
Mnday. The to ist to a
sermon from Law too good to
At" o ler preohber the wa Oe
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The DeLand News asserts that the
next andidt for Governor "now lives. .



ine eallha eee," but fails to rertion
his name. Very unkind of the News to
lon the suspe nal s Why not give us
name?-St. Augustine Recor. We
do not know who is referred to, but can
assure you, brothers, it will be better
material than the last two were made
of, all things consideredr


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Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, wuitffm
Farrington, Mo., to the Florida
tian Advocate says: "Our by M
who was with us but twelve
months, pssed to heaven last lght.
Our moem rs and the whole e.a.nealty
have been so very, very kind to us, we
forget we are far from home amaon
strangers."
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POC VATGS BANK.
DO't want to start a bank aesount Would'nt you like to have one of these HttU taI
r .nhns beaks to helpym to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arrnu d that
So a dollar or aanw soba. It I of a size convenient to earry in the v peet
I a ybIseeou resist the temptation to spend moeey. We
*.We oi f t pse a free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and prolse to
open as sooat with as within thirty days from receipt of bank. Theae banks are delivered to yea
locked sad eaa oly be opened by u.
Yea would be earyried to know how much money you can save sfive year by taking cam
s ofyear amwI e ge ands deposition ina savws bank.
It is not wise to save money y keeping it In the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieve and 6w., and beside its not making anything. But place it with us and it ia earning auwo
thing. We pay 8 per cont interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest period awe
rst da of AprIl and October.
low we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 818 working days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.


Am't deposited.
lOe per ay for $ years ... .............$156.50 .-
e per ay for 6 years --.... ...... 818.00. -
W2e per oy for 5 yem .....--.---.---.. 301.25- .
80s per eay for 5 years----.... ..----.. 409.50. .
S0e per eay foryears--..---.. ...... 782.50.....---- -
lOOe per cay for 5 years. --..-......-.......-1,566.00....---- -


Interest earned. Total can't
$11.14.................------------$17.4
22.28-.................... 8U&
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3342.---..............---------.--... 9
.... 55.70..........-........ 8M.80
. ......111.40 ..-------........-.. .-..1,l76.40


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The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$8350,821.19
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CAICm. :j
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Our Prices Won't Make Your Money
FLY.

TULLY YA[6[R CO.
Dealers

Live and Rolling
Stock
DANGEROUSLY NFAR THE COST
MARK. VIZ:
BUGGIES $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00 ad up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.


PHONE 15.


P. 0. Box 338.


Tallahassee, Fla. ,

Notice for Pablicatien.
DsrAOTMNTr or TUB IN TMn O.
LAND OrcB AT GAI,, P-ILL. iAt..
J:" 3m M19.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler ha s Aled notice of his Intention to
make Anal proof in oul part of his claim. and that
said proof will be made before J. J. Hodswe U. 8.
Cammiginer at his office at Tallahasse. Pa.
en AuustL IS0 vis: Hllilard Lowery of WooZ
ville, PlortMa. Hd. 00M for the SW% of SW% of
w Section Tp. I 8.. 3X 2 I.
r He namne the following wltneses to prov. his
eontinuoiu resdence upon and cultivation of said
lawdvis:
S. AL. Coons. A. M. Parker. Md. Godwin. William
lley. of Wovlle Fla. W. G. RosNsoN.
RoIaoter.


A comfortable -room cottage, with
kitchen and bath oonm within 6 blocks
of Leon Hotel. e $ $16.00 per month.
Sto HOWARD GAMsLE.

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Membenhip Net Legslatae.
8TATE SENATE.
District 1-Thos. F. West. Milton.
2-John S. Beard, Pensacola.
3-John Noel, Westville.
4-Theop. West, Marianna.
5-A. J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6-James E. Broome, Quincy.
7-Park M. Trammel1, Lakeland.
8-John W. Henderson, Tallahassee.
9--W. K. Jackson, Inverness.
10- C. L. Leggett, Greenville.
11-James E. Crane, Tampa.
12-Al. Winburn, Mallory.
13-7'. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-7?. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-.. B. Crews Lake Butler.
16-homaa S. Davis, Fernandina.
17-.. R. Newlan, Live Oak.
18-H. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19-Louis C. Masey, Orlando.
20-D. H. Baker, Orange Home.
21-N. R. Carter Leavville.
22-W. M. Girre Monticello.
23-1. N. Withers, Ladylake.
24-W. Hunt Harris, Key West.
26-S. W. Clark Blountatown.
26-E. S. Crill, Palatka.
27-Joe. H. Humphreys, Bradentown.
28- Frank W. Sams, New Smyrna.
29-E. E. Canova, Sanderson.
30-Frank Adams. Jasper.
31 -Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
32 -H. H. McCreary, Gainesville.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd
L. Carter, Gainesville.
Baker-L C Cobb, Olustee;
Bradford-E. S. Matthews, Starke;
H. C. Peeples Dukes.
Brevard-Wade H. Jones, Titusville.
Calhoun-A. Max Wilson, Blounts-
town.
Citrus-J. W. Knight, Floral City.
Clay-J. B. Long, Green CoveSprings.
Columbia-M S. Knight, Lake City;
H. L. Avant, Fort White.
Dade-John W. Watson, Miami.
DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
Duval--I. L. Farris and S. H. Mel-
ton Jacksonville.
Escambia-Chas. M. Coston, Pensa-
cola; M. 0. Baggett, McDavid.
Franklin-J. F. C. Grigga, Apalachi-
cola.
Gadaden-J. H. Willis,. Quincy; W. L.
Taylor, Branchville.
Hamilton--John Bradshaw, Jennings;
L. G. Register J
Hernando-C. S. Wilaon, Brooksville.
Hillboro--W. W. K. Decker, Tampa;
John R. Dudley, Plant City.
Holmes-D. J. Paul Bonifay.
Jackson- Ed. Williams, Graceville;
H. C. Neel, Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
J. D. Thompson, loyds.
Lafayette-D. G. Geiger Mayo.
Lake---S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S. F.
Smith, Leesburg.
Le*-F. J. Wleon, Buckingham.
Leon-A. S. Wells and Gilbert Harts-
feldki, Tallahaasee.
Levy-J. N. WWis, Wiliston.
Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson Bristol.
Madison-R. H. Rowe, Madison; R.
L. Millinor, Ellavilla.
Manatee-John A. Graham, Braden-
town.
Marion-E. L. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
G. Matthews, Ocala.
M..ro-C. LKnowles and W. H.
Maklon, Jr., Key West.
Nauu-I A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Jaa.
E. Colkins, Fenandina.
Orae-G. W. Crawford. Conway;
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Sumter-W. C. G. Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Live Oak;
W. H. McClellan Welborn.
Taylor-T. J. Paulkner, Perry.
Volusia-Wm. S. Parkirnson, Daytona;&
D. F. Morrison, Barberville.
Wakulla-S. P. Roddenberry. Sop-
choppy.
Walton-J. H. Richburg, Laurel Hill:.
Washington--W. B. Lassiter, Vernon.
A MNdero Miracle.
"Truly miraculous seemed the recov-,
ery of Mrs. Mollie Holt of this place,"
writes J. 0. R. Hooper, Woodford, I
Tenn., "she was so wasted by coughing,
up puss from her lungs. Doctors de-
clared her end so near that her family
had watched by her bedside forty-eight
hours, when, at my argent request, Dr.
King's New DiessveWrwas given her,
with the astonishing result that im-
provement began, and continued until
she finally completely recovered, and lai
a healthy woman today." Guaranteed
cure forcoughs andcolds. 60 and $I.00
at all druggists. Trial bottle free.


MILLINERY


:and
FANCY GOODS.


Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Material for
Fancy Work.
Utopia Wools in German-
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STATENHIT
Made under Setkiun :'V. Chapter 41li,. laws of
oridas.howing th. amount of tae. charged
to t a Cxolector of IAon county. loriWda.
to be eolletad for th current wear I and
S apportionwnt f t ihe aune to the several
fundi for which uch taxes have been lied:
Tot Tax Year I.9W, 687,43..44
Amount paid to July l0t. 1 9026.:t4.90
Balance Sl1.OJO4
APPOIiTI)NMENT
General Rveniue 8 7714. r.
Amn't paid to July ).t. Ila' s .aWi.01
5Belo l_ .04.l.t ,
Amt Pad to July I.t,. 1 1l I2.M1.Is
i. r,.4F415
poll s l.3 i.OO
A't paid to July lot. 111 I.34.0
Am't pdiato JulyIa 1t. PI A M-.M
Biad and I; rldt'- 2.7.I
Ain't aMeto Jully lt. I'W11 l.M.l
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SpurnaS l District No. I 1.161.l7
Ain't Pai toJly lot. 140 3.4.11.

LMa a-unt over-paal ri AttUest .T.- s
C k Cklet Court, LA CMss t July

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P. T. NIHOLSON,


JEWELER.


Repair Work a Specialty.
AU Work Doe. Promtgy. SdfCo Cu3lgM.


LIVELY BUILDING,


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you will redily ee the *A t fO
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our prices will tike yes w lies
small. Do no harm to ask thon My-
how.
CAPITAL CITY LIVERYT TABLE
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rune w arsm L .ag si IEn she. THAT L 1. BOARD caMM 'e..t
hriff J. R. Turner of Do Land TrintM h, W. M. A
t"g o eel law rsbm m ve T Bsdal nght, while raiding a blind AND JOS. J INNGS a*, row.--a-vt"a B og 1 10
lh.-- -' a, ft 0S ela en, was as.Identally a. m. and ?. m.i
h 'rm.. his deput, M. Kurta, in the worth eIague, L p. m. -ele
SThed a0 0 and deputy had What 5 ee rlori Newsppe a orth m. AlU ohea t i
the front and theother from the Nw S of t-Aditalr td op
"ear. As Kurta went up to the front Wvideace Cited. with us.
of the house, the keeper under, Bdh smbsewVbed _j.st to ,sdat
MM .S te me to runine at Kurtz Joseph Jennings says he bought that Cram raPtist Chr h, Rev. -r. W. -tftJi hi t pal
0 ) li* 5thutipisoTno h. h= Kurtz or- mangrove land for the -bark" -to sell a. m. ae nd7.4 _p. mS i cbe. I l t at pl
Im.ng tM l- pub-_ db- him three times to stop and then it to those who were extracting the acid a. m. Junior BaISt Union 4 i lald l.aboutu to n
IM ild The ball went through the door for tanning purpose. But there's an- Senior B.Y P. U., 7.1lnp. m. You $ H uto bM M t
o' nampad glancing, entered a second, bey other story to this. In the Miami note will be most cordiallyweleome. Come Vlearo Ii
flUS l whBml wbere Turne was entering the house in the Times-Union, published in that wll be et. o rdlywao e. C ^ (l a I imlae t clar by tr t .
M M The[ball was extracted this morning, paper May 10th,it is stated that the St. Johns told me t w
EW t Hi.physician whilepronouncingita stetriwtreet aiwy company "are receiving D r.W H. arte olteotor*.-ic: -'WytfatherWtold nw that pWlf ,
l2seri o wound, gives hopeof his recov- mangrove ties from the key. It Sunday and Holy Dan holy eommnn- a yang man be aw a noteo ia paps
S.said that the mangrove ties are much ion 7 o'clock a. m. 11Aa. fthat a aebol tasher was watd
o eart can mtoktehavedt r better than pine or cypress." What and 7.30 p.m. Frldays, 8 p.m. St. M- of a dtant county, ad he
e l Nothing on earth can make the editor about this, Mr. Jennings? Do you ex- chal's (colored). ervwes: Sundays, ad ret the ti-d8 %& gm
Oii wnersm n of te Herald believe that there in any- pect to cut rairoad ties from this land? 4 p..m. Friday, 4.80 p. m. seat to him, and after aw efth grew
Ito owa p for may a @ e whb..t.ti wrong in the character of William -Lake City Index. Christian Science -Services are held ap sweet Sad beautiful and be
SV. nott State Treasurer, or B. E. Joseph Jennings, the man who bought ever Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the her. Now if he had not taken tb p
have soez. MeLn, commissioner of Agriculture. 0,00 acsof State wampland at 41 front room, second story, of the bo per whatdoyou soae w
eMM tofla Btiw*8 y, said the He has known these two gentlemen for 0,000cent s per se from the eternal Iat n east of the po e. Thi room s eom of mea I wou have ben so
and tooroug to hyut m ear di hthe and not hon the provement Board, and then sold the also used as a tla Science reading other, or maybe wouldn't have been t
and t hly upright and true to the same to the leather trust at $1 per room, and is open daily except Sundays, all "-Bill Arp.
A.- -- io ter, st standards o f pronestyal charac- re, rushes tothedefenseof the board between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clek
SA l trthnth no netyori and claims it was a"square deal." A a. m. All are cordially Invited. A Th **
II _N, In thisw nt t1oaGodte-----
I 9 l CollrIafaonmat has the di. rity in thi world-Punt Gorda Hera. uare deal is judged from one's point If any of our sub ier No, we aN not t, to say any mure
eaV4 y 3, to the We take pleasure in reproducing Ed- o0observation, and this one seems to If any ofour rbers can furnish about the Stat. n stration at Talls-
will bedistrib- Itor Jordan's paragraph above, and have been square enough from the us copies of our issues of June 29, No. hae. We ae quietly awaitina
g*I, l agree with him, largely, that Mr. Knott viewpoint of Joseph. That is, of 18; July 6, No. 19, and July 18, No. 20, development. e tnat
t s, will have andMr. MLin maybe all that he course, if Joseph was acting either for we will appreciate same. For the last nvite te t ss thatthee are so
smi t ot her address claims for them; but we do believe that trust But the transaction has ute a three months we have been printing a obstacles in ecliptic of Claude L'-
00 0 ist pt"O r. p y these two gentlemen have been fooled different aspect to the people of Florida, large number of extra copies, but the Engle's BUN path, and that there may
3i i eth pautd p a ,b r to ty and hoodwinked while very shady trans- or at least that partofthem who object increased demand, for extra copies andn be someureYveltios of an nteresti
Or msl t pay up In full, before actions have been worked to a finish, to being bne.-Palatka News. additions to our subscription list has When this "sign isrigt, we sha
th paper.-Bartow Courier- and whiIf Mr. Jennih should have appeared to thsell that land run us out on those numbers, and we gently pointth gentlemento a legend
Sfnnystheydotoothers. Maybe fore he bought it from the State, now have onfile orders for several.t ath t
Whb p the C-I. for those 200 Iftheyare called upon some day, and in doesn't it seem that the land was worth Please send them to us if you have calskiess Hewholivethbytheswor
"f' brptons toth Sun? Does the right and proper way, they can help $1.25 If it was worth this, why did them. -----_ e swordIkonville
the pty who pays for them also pay clear off some cf the clouds that fr Gov. Broward and his board sell It for Sunday crslea. Half the failures of life eaed
for sb oferedbyoh r1 nsome s e an ar d that for n T The did t uard To Lanark FlaAnd8ophop (for "by" thefal ure o ie an cus-d
s a nmbers offered by ote ottime have been hanin over some the interest of the peoples they.hould PantcealSpr n )igonwGeo
wtSmhouttheSotate? Do" offcil transactions, anteIhow, on have done. If they had, the State Panacea oprn), n ,
k hm plain thstatement very meager salaries, some daisies" would hav gotten valet the time and Alabama way, from inbrdge, pe are afraid to trust the proerastina-
a by a crtam asu ed oial not have become so wealthy n so short a it was sold -41.25 per acre, instead of Quincy, Tallahsse and intermedte to. They can t count on him, and so
MaMe anthinghadbon d totime, and that too, while living ex- the pitiful sum of 411 cents per acre, onts. First traowinnrates h pa him by. Do things now." And-"
htravagantly whi6einoffice. causing the State to lose about $ uleW on the following rates and sched- now is the good and proper time to
gotra b '." bton the sale. Yet Gov. Broward triesto ------ com w i s the good and proper tim to
that be haed uberitd to a large It is singular howmuch whitewash defend in thi gross failure to protect rn v o- come to our istnce and help make
th o l eae to e defend in this gross failure to protect Train ve the True Democrat what
mber of people of the paper, to be will mrove met sus ted of taint. the interest of the people. He as no choppy. Lanark.b the True Dmort what is needed at
mO eat to pwple in different sections Timea-Union Short Taks. eexcuse.--Lakeland Sun. Bainbridge 6.:20 a m $1.70 $2.00 $2.25 the State capital-a newspaper that
TIt was also singular, when applied at "The Florida News Bureau and those Havana _.727 a m 1.20 1.50 1.75 will give you information on things as
e i.. .. .. the last session of the Legislature, what papers that get their inspiration from uincy ---6:2 a m 1:45 1.75 2.00 they are and have been. Let's organ
TMae ett etllsca statement was an effect it had on Asylum scandal in- the same source have been having much Talahaasee-.8:15 a m 1.00 1.15 1.40"e a g a tok comnn
umad& ea be fully substantiatid, i any- vestigations and some other officer to say the past week or two about the Return train leaves Carrabelle6 p.m., e Pod healthy stock company and
y weate do il oe 'r" sale of those swamp and overflowed Lanark 6:45 p. m., So hoppy 7:21p. m.; publish the paper daily. This applies
,i- s Next time let investigation be in ear- lands, with the intimation that was more arrives Tallahassee:4 p. m (uincy to Florldlans away from Tallahassee,
"To be glad of life beease it gives nest, go at affairs with experts, and let like an insinuation that there was some- 10:10 p. m., Bainbridge 1026 p. m. as well as here. There I no place on
yes thedhae to love and to work and the investigating committees and the thin crooked about it. Now, the whole Saturday to Monday train service will m m
t play aW to blook up at the sta; to experts see to it that those parties who truth of the matter is that the land be discontinued July 21, 1906. earth where there is more demand for
S.p.y.. a .o l.o up .e. t. o p .ta to it h .ath..sold was wholly submerged in salt water, Spend the day cool and pleasantly on the kind of newspaper we have been
be satiod with your possessions but are Investigated do not do the investi- and the only value that they have at the Gulf shore. Fishing, boating and attempting to give you than inthiscity,
et sotetod with yourself until you gating and make reports to suit them- all is the mangrove trees that grow on bathing. For information, ask any G. and every Floridian should be interested
emdthe best of them; to despise elves, as has been done in some former the margins of the lands. It is not only A en Talla Fla.; R in it, except, perhaps,-well, a very
midleh In the world except falsehood pretended investigations. wholly submerged, but submerged in ward A., TallahasseeFla.; R. A. w v.
s word -xc-pt fal-hood pr.tended.nvetgations... .alit water, and affected by the tides McTyer, General Agent, Bainbridge, few, and we will let it go at that. We
mad miemas and to fear nothing except That the whole of Leon county has Just the same as the ocean itself, and Ga. _____ will do our part in making a showing,
ew de; to be governed by your ad- been benefited by voting out saloons utterly impossible of drainage. If the lately vs. Tallahassee. too, for its being a paying business.
irtiemsrather than by your disgusts; anti-drainage people want their expres-
.. d there remains not a shadow of a doubt, si to carry an weht the sooner The fastest, neatest, cleanest pretti- It's the best opening in Florida for a
e SoSthingthat is your neighbor's for many are they who used to waste they drop the policy of msrepresenta- est and smoothestgameof baseball that paying business investment as a large
esspt his kindness of heart and gentle- their earnings in drink who now apply tion and get down to provable facts the has been witnessed here in several publishing company. Come in with us,
is f manes; to think seldom of your what they earn o the betterment of better." years was played yesterday by the two and let's make a great institution of
umml .often of your friends, wha tth and famle clo"a"thi nge nthe Not in advocate of drainage, but in teams heading this article. Te ue Dmoc P sublis in ofi-
S o.. of o f r.end.. themselves and families, clothing them the interest of te truth, we publish The visitors have a good team, which The True democrat Publishing Com-
* my day of Christ; andto spend as better, feeding them better, accumulat- the above excerpt from the DeFuniak works together like machinery. They p-ny..
smsh time as you can, with body and Ing property, or saving their money Breeze. There would be much less dif- cat equally well. Some of the papers have been criti-
with spirit. In God's out-of-door.; thaea eT. '. n d o-.r faculty in arriving at proper conclusions The score was as follows: citing the Internal Improvement Fund
are little gulda-posts on the footpath to rue, some send off for drink, or pat on public questions If it were not for Tallahassee ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Board for selling some verglade lands
,,.ayVaVu rk rUonias the "blind tiger," and while a the miserable misrepresentations of Blakely ...... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 *-- 1 for41cents per acre. The poor little
r- ..m ".s .' Dk "blind tiger" does illegally sell some facts that are too often indulged in by The local battery was McLin and fls act jut as if they are not now
Miss Hel Gould has up to this time whiskey, he is careful as to whom he the advocates on either side of a meas- Gramling. arcalag h ot miltlto of a er' of
b te elf benefactress of the Y. lets. have it and, bei a violator of ure, and it is a wise and discriminating Puleston,. the lank second baseman, us he wk ot millirm of re from
M., A., sad athe international commit- ,. man who can tell which of them lies is starred. a. the Stat for nothing.-Madison Re-
Nw M t within the last five years aw, is always fearful of arrest and true that are put forth abundantly on The entire game was a "beauty," border.
MIM gM's to the railroad and punishment, while the saloon man has either side of every important question and the fans want more like it. Secretary Dunn, of the Railroad Com-
to l anmy and navy branches of the the protection of the law, that in the Unles a man can take a course in en i- -- ---.mission, editor of the above newspaper
00etl.m hve wanted to over hands of a bad saloon man brings many nerin bevango dtown rhe Everg le A negro called Kid" Shine wa re- "biles over" In abusing us because we
eworl has b ..n gra ly and eountles ills to all who patronize years, how i, he to be dead sure he is day last week. He immed te y stol. give publicity to that 41ent I I..land
that Miss Helam Gould came into it and frequent them, and which is the right an his opinions about drainage? all the clothes he could well carry from sale. We charged that an unnecessary
suffering. Shall Leon have bar-rooms chall sheffortsmuto m credit he b rams tried to ad him off. As there low price, and our articles showed that
to a glor-ous rewan The late J on information. furnished from the rec- heard of in several place, and as Sheriff w m d th informant romU i
GeuiM with what censure that may The Punts Gorda Herald accuses the ords of Monroe county, have fallen fiat. John Hopkins is now on the look out records of Monroe county. Puny ef-
ha e-- stupo him inregard tobus Tallahasse True Democrat with assaults .aar the have copied wthswe ad nuiry for both bir, t is rb- forts have been made to divert Ipublic
Ios transaetions, left a pure little against the lntegrlty of Governor Brow- other newspapers show that the lands them caged in the Leon county Jail. o ttbleni from the outrn e in evlling
,Ml in tas world to do a good work aird. We have seen no indications of are not covered with salt water, as wa Governor Broward is masqu. adin pubc lands cheap, but no one, not even
S Master's vineyard. She never such assaults in the columns of that ex- we a torial cl umbefore the leoNapoln Bonaparte Broward in his in-
laes mu epportualty to minister to the t d r newspaper. On to prove that other parties besides i rporation man an aanti-monopo. uri
earthy, ha. alw given contrary. Editor Collins has always Jennings.-leather Trust-Chemical Com- list, yet .we know of our own personal Profeor L'Engle in his kindergart en
5d1.0kr Inw fe to the ware of affirmed that the Governor is an honest ty fry to bu'y tw same land.- T daL .. -t ,spentes grammar school, have yt given ose
S ll w (ghed d h moe man, ghostly devoted to his policies, but T ,rue D sra. Legislature of 1906LOBBYING for the single bit of evidence to prove that all
t goo d.n, His name. miseadvised by his friends concerning the After the water is drained off of Perry Franchise Monopoly at Jacksmo we charg d is not poasitively true. The .


We oete that Hans. Oo. W. Saxon, methods he is pursuing to accomplish some of our swampy lands, it will be V l"le*ie got illtroughan Is to. wretchwho claims or intimatso that we
of this ty ad J. N. Coomb, of Car his purpose.--St. Augustine Record. isovred that the reclame acres are day the owner of th m st are "owned and controlled" to mislead
just as liable to suffer from drouths as outragOus FWomo' 80 forir-111thy Imi nd- vor, to-'4W
rameeo, M stoekholaen and among the e ....' a any others. Then it will occur to some absolute and compete is this fmonop for lthy ere endeavors to steal
Ilnespw tors of the Florlds Life Insur. call names n ant giveabuse sees t of the owners, as they see their cro that poor men owning small boats ai our good name-about a we possess,
N p th uee o whh t line of o t of the drain ad- burning up in the hot sun, that wh Jacktsonvile dare not transport paseen. worth m.tiong-Jbts, be he the
SCmpany, the uOOSs of which the line of cout of the drinage ad- tKr r n i g0 tgo theater p -..nJ.a.sv uth Mh i $
Sassured, and which means vocate-Time-Union Short Tals f the rda i th vbeet w e s J ksonvillewiee Jthkoutnvbjea E o t m- oe ar i fSS
Sonts of money will Yes, and the amusing feature of it i well to have made om vision for lve to arrst and pahmet for w" o
kept a the tte which has heretofore that the little underlings "get the getting it en again. Irrgaton works trespa-si the private ma and Oes o hs kMd wml tim that ldM
abMoad. Tle company is managed habit" from the great Napoleon who are more ly prodd in connection monoly of Bawan.-Tavas m or t c sea d
wla ir is a lord enterprise ma get i gra Napolen i with drainage tham later on--Maxwlla Heral. l It i t dar *a of
.... PrpsIn may get his instructions from his ill Tallisman. Foreon is respectfully In spite of injunction and orders of eab is good it appl n i t >
m aM be gives large ptroage. advisers. None of them can prove that referred to Napole Broward and h the court Governor mBrward is d rght daietia totep eop
NWey m abolM laIure hais ife as a Mr. Browanr will ever amueed in "dig. "Ditch Diing" Draeinagle boards and Iadi down in the w-----
t. Th em gint them ditch-es," however their hangers, on w pe s tc. nw $0000 dree t. Aoher Sa te Mfte Cu.
Vtitcr l- "r. %1------ et'..etbo. etc . boat, to cost sl bae "1 kp tha b tl tome" writ
al Tan Notic. Mis Fredonia Dicakinson, of Inver- wily nand "e wil the S nay. Pme0ris0i, N... "I lS g'
All property on which taxes a ,.not es, who has beaai t of ar aunt After d, hw- N anthem r -
g? by paid b 1th will b advertisad. Mrs. H. A. Blackbua, S family for ever, the aot ap&heate alepla a e
0a NeoaoptioS will e ad. the past few days. fttoday forTalls. owNebyd boboJs f f- 1lm. .GEll"es ,yag
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Florida.


NOTICE.

NOTICE Is hereby given that the following described lands will be moki at public auction on the
th day of August, 190, in front of the court house door, at Tallahaame., in the county of leon, or so
muk thereof as will be meeuems to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, to-
gether with east of such ale sad advertising:


DESCRIPTION OF LAND.


2 acre of land In the e% of nw % 30
(Described as follows: Begin at
S a point a1 47-100 oh south and
S-i100 ohs eaot from the nw cor-
ner of said E4 of Nwl and run
thence south to S oha, thence east
2e0-1a0 ohs, thence north I chs and
thenie west 20-100 ohs to point of

tine branch, lota J. C. Dyers sur-
Oy of lands of 0. A. Chalrs, as
per plat recorded in Deed Book P.
pa M ................................ 31
ot o. 1 In the Iw% of St. A gua-
tine branch, lots J. C. Dyer'as sur-
vey of lands of 0. A. CaIres as
pe plaPt recorded I Deed Book P,

tying north of theqI A. L. I-
wa ................................... 3
tli otne a the .. L, Ra.l
W of nwf and ne of .........
That part of of nw 77 acres
Wrine w of the Ta&llhaasee &
bomaWille road; also that part of
the e*% of aw%. H acre, t3ying west
of the Tallahassee A Bruutordville
road, and bounded on the wost by
Harriet Daniels tract, and on the
south by Toblas Panes' land, as
per deed with plat on same record-
ed In Deed Book 8, pae 111 ex-
cept 506-100 acres to ed Larkin,
x acres to Mrs. M. H. Meginniss,
S% of an acre to church, 1 acre to
school house, 4% acres to Loring
Zion Society. % of an acre to Rob-
ert Robinson ......................... 83
7 acres in w% of se% and in the e'i
of sw'%. as per deed recorded In
Deed Book J J, page 187............. 33
W% of setA and sw .................. 26W
8e% ....... .. .......................... 27
86-10 acres In the nw4, described
to-wit: Beginning at the southwest
corner of the mid nw% and run
east 17 90-100 chs.. thence north
0 40-100 chs, thence welt 17 90-100
chi, thence south 0 40-10( chi to
the place of beginning ............... 30
Neo% of nw% and w% of ne%......... 3
G acres of land off the e side ofSW1,
of sw% .... ....... ..................
Lot No. 2 In e of ne,. am per plat
recorded In Deed Book E E. page
8 .............. ............... 0
Nw% and w% of ne% ..............26
8% of ne%, w% of nw% of nw% ......
NwIA of Pe% and ne% of sw%......... 0
Lot No. 87. as per plat recorded In
Deed Book F F, page fW.. In the
Lot No. 4, of block No S. per plat
recorded In Deed Book H H. page
f.t In ne% of ne% ....................
Lot No. 15 of block No. 2. a per pl- t
.- 4 reooorded In Deed Book H H. pane
OL In ne% of ne .................... 35
,Lot No. 16. of block No. 2. as per
plat as recorded In Deed Book H
Spage W&. In ne of ne% .......... 36
Lot No. 19. of block No. 4. as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page 15, In n e% of reY..............
Lot No. U. of block No. 4. as per
plat recorded in Ieed Book H H.
page UL. In neo of ne% ...............
Lot No. S, of block No. 4. as per
plat recorded in Deed Book H H.
page In ne% of n% ............. 36
S Lot No. ,. of block No 6, an per
S pat recorded I Deed Book H H.
page In a of n .............
Let MNo. of block No. 6. a per
tat recorded la Deed Book H H.
P.R nWS In no% of ne%,...........
N-o. 1. of block No. s am per
recorded I Deed Book H H.
E UL In ne% of n .............
acres of land. as per dkwd record-
ed In Deed Book J J. page IM and
IMX. records in the ofMce of the
elerk of the Circuit Court of Leon
county, Florlds .......................


In le


NAME OF OWNER.



John B. Franklin..


In le 400-1000 Lettice King ......


In le 1 907-1000 Unknown .... .....

In 3e 1t 10-10
In Se 40 JF,. P. Patton ........
2n le 1 Moses and Jefferson
Spencer .... ......


2n le 2301 Ned Nelson ......


7 Ellzabeth Smith....
240 )
160 J B. F. Walter ......


3S 6-10 Godlfred Wilion
Simon Wilon., Jr...
120 B. F. Walter ......
6 Mary Hayes .... ...

3% Margaret Edwards.
10W J Amos Parish ......
80 Marfgret Edward,.


In lw

In 1w

In Iw

In lw

In 1w

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In lw

In ]w


in Iw


Ella Carter ........

Weller & Costa....

Unknown .... ......


Unknown ....

Unknown ....


Unknown ..........

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......


Unknown ....


Unknown .... ......


20 Oerria,. Plorl8a f&
Alabama Rv Co..


lota Nt IT and 13. In *seL as pe*rr .--
plat recorded In Ded.-ook _,
S Baae S4. excepptO that part of let-No -
O IWeeme b ILhe wA. L. Rwy Co. no
*r is eed recorded In Deed Brok
P O., ag* 174 ........................ 3 In lw 3 Oeoreta FlorIds &
s 14 .. Alabma Ry Co.. 8 42
S e W aw%of sw%........ In 2w 1." B W. E. rey.... 21
C Vra of se% (40a) a"d thee. --*--. 1
Se ( a) .................. 2 In w n
S -.. .. ........ . w. -
trt -- . e.kon" ..... v a
S-^ o'* ** n1 i s .............. at fw T m It IM *1? ..
T 7i



L A ,-

t4 o ms............ a 1wTravIs s...


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A
DESCRIPTION OF LAND. a NAME OF OWNER.


Nee of neki of nw% .................. 17 2n iw 10 Isabella Gaulden...
"e% of ne% and se% of sw% .......... 23 Sn 1w 80 Gulf Limber rc


SX of ne% of sw ....................
e of nw ........... .................
Nw% of se' and ne% of seA........
Lot No. 2. an per plat recorded In
Deed Book 0 0, page 561. In sw%
of ne4 ................................
Sof se ..............................
8w% of nw and nw% or sw%........
8w of e ............................
A lot of land bgflaning at a point a
of the mn corner of Boulevard st.
and 40 ft. a of the tract of the 8.
A. L. Rwy and running w with the
line of said railway 120 feet, thence
a 100 ft., thence a 1 ft. ana thence
north 100 ft. to beginning In the
nw%, except a strI S ft. wide off
the e side to thUe M State Normal
lnd Industrial Colle ..............
Lot No. 5. of block 8, In Villa Mitch-
ell In sees. 1 and......................
Lot No. 9. of block 3. hin Villa Mitch-
ell. In ae0e. 1 and I, as per plat filed
In the oMffe clerk of Circuit Court
Lot No. 4. In block i. In Villa Mitch-
ell. In seea. 1 and 6, as per plat re-
corded In otofe of clerk of Circuit
Court ............... ..................
Lot No. Nof block In Villa Mitch-
ell. In sees. 1 and I% as per piat re-
corded i office OW e1 k of Circult
Court .......... ....,...................
Part of lot No. 11. In the ne4% of ne%
as per plat recorded In Deed Book
Z pate 00, and more prteicularly
described as follows: Commencing
at a point 2 feet north of the
southwest corner of said lot No. 13.
and thence run north 14 ft to the
land of Robert M. Hall. thence
east 215 feet to the street, thence
south 8 feet to the lands of Nancy
McPherson. thence wet US feet.
thence Pouth 140 feet to land of
William Rugga. thence weot 120
feet to place of beginnineg..........


S N0o4 of sw% ............................
"- of w 4 ..................... .........
1 44 8% of peml and swt4 ...............
Nw%,w of neo of sw'4 .................
s0 15 That p:irt of the o l*. lying south of
Forhbe purclhiise lint ................
LTots No. 1 nnd 2 ................
N'11 of ne's and se of ne4..............


4 88
6 2
1 73

1 44
30 11i
6 11

21


Ne4% of e'4 ....... .............. ..
N'4 of sj4 of ,4,t4 arndl % of nwv'
of fI,,P .............................
Rw% of nw'4 ............... ..... ..
S'4 of aw'. ....... .. .................
Be % of seat, arnd VIV of Nw'1 of O1 .4
Nw % of nwV4 .... .................
Sel'., of ah.1 ......... .................


All except that part lying south (of
the Jackmnn lliuff riad.............. P
All of PecUon 10 jind................ 11
oad exoepton dI cribed to-wit:
Reginning at the corner of se. 9,.
township I mouth range 3 west.
and run a 3s 5M-11 chs. thence e
1362-100 chs thence, rs 105-100 chs.
thence w 13 62.100 chi to the point
of beginning) ...... .............
10 arres of land In the sw.......... 18
(De"wrIbed t-wit: Begin at tTile ow
corner of section 18. township I
aoth. ra&e 3 west, an4d run e
i 9i4ohs to b-d of a breach
whlk Ile the place of ibeItehlaw
thence run e .5 chi to a stake.
thence n 19 chs tno take in bed of
branch thence down said branch
Alk n .n . .. .. .......... .......
AIL x t e4 o p,' of dgt,..... .N
A a e4 of 0e4 ....N............ N
A an ee-of the rkloceeee river W


All tt l sl soputb of Portee pur-

1 a W w ....... ..................


Ne% of se 0 and '4 onf W% of *0%....


1



15


I arres of ihd fa pt 4 ..... ........; 2
( a oInt 140 yds north of the said








wY.of +onaa 4 E . .* ........... ... ..


i4.d~...
I.


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2 s lw


Sidney 0. Well.
Act ...............
20 Georgiana Nelson...
40 W. B. Tayor.........
30 Unkown ............

Thomas R. Merrett.
o j H. Lowry..........
40 W. B., Taylor .......


Bell ..........


B. Wilt ......


% Amy


% Ella


Sle 1w % J. W. Adama ......

SI la w a C. C. Aunerman ..


ls lw Daniel Halls Hines,
Robert M. Hall, agt
ls Iw 40 Wm. McCabe estate
W. II. Taytor, exctr
In Iw Ho It W. Ashmore ....
In Iw 240 Wm. MeC'noe estate
W. B. Taylor, exctr
Is Iw 10 Miss Susan J. Hursh
In Iw '52-100 W. H. Taylor.......
In 2w I ';2-1ioo (lOorge WV. Atklnson
Is 'w Iu Valley Pine tum-
ber Co ............
Is 2w 40 a
I wValleyPine Lum-
In 2w 0) J ber Co ..........
In 2w 40 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ............
In 2w PO . Codilngton....
In 2w 0) Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co .............
In 2w 40 C. M Covington....
I 2' w 40 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ............
I ,
In 3w 5W 0C W. RIhardmon
Is 3w 1la J & Co ...............


Is 3w


Sw g40
4w o0
4w 30
Sw Eme


10 Titon & Co......


B. F. TIlton A Co..
W. W. McGrift ....
Unknown ..........
William Mc*iCbe
estate. W. B. Tay.
lor. exctr ..........


2s Iw 130 William McCabe eat
W. B. Taylor. exec-
utor ....... ..........
2 1Iw 80 William McCabe eat
W. B. Taylor. exec-
utor ........ ........
2 lIw 90 Heirs of C. Ddgar
NIma st, J. W.
Green. guardian ...
;s 2w 4 Ephralm Johnson


Is*
In
la 1 0
In Kiwre


. C. Smith .
Mrs. iouri t R. Mor tatet
M a. Luil R. Miar est
Tra. Lumls Rs. Moor estate


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Dear Sir: A bi fl owe, Ita-
burg,. C., a. ot d "-im&,W
Spintand bought prloe; -

141 phat; but tbap awaa1"d
lead, not earboeate.W
About half; and covoern

.1a times munah a the l MINI
2 I He "saved" 5 ceta s; udit a I l
Oh, no; it cost him mee t=at
is we forgot the labor. CGan't
exactly; don't knowowwlew WAil
Short meauwre. MIL-t"l-m
Swas twice as much da s avy I
cento.
It was thin, too; 0om lss tkwu
don't know how much.
Th ,was toomuehdhaInLt. .h.
maker made something a thatn ho
didn't.
* Taking It altogeth, he khe 't mehe
mnch by tdat 5 entl.
Go by the m ;m anad t mUMis D-
Yoe lad-mad 1.
210 YOur trvly

*M *P.L 0Of e. Dbvis Atr t

Subsertbe to Ite Tne DememOnat.

Below we pObNh a rd m Mfr. MIL
B. Cooi a d this esusto the

Taslahsm, Jut 1 N .
To the Editor of The Mtropois:
I notice In your sasu of the Iftb of
July a sommunition from Lrk and
Caldwell (the convicted murdemrS o
the late Hon. N. W. Eplmi) t whl h
S4w they claim to have beneien mae ik-gA
114 standing here previous to the
1 21 and In which Larkina Indoinantly
having been the leader or a gaftofgba
4 characters here.
As this may mislead the people of
1 24 Jacksonville (who are not famnillar
1 51 with local matters here) I desire to amy
3 b to the public through your columns that
I have for many years past bees a do-
uty sheriff of Leon county, and more
especially looked after th northern
1 8t part of said county (the localit where
1 Larkins and Caldwell lived and where
2 49 Mr. Eppes was murdered,) I know that
1 0 for years past Lrkns has bee the lea-
der of the criminal element am6n the
li 4 colored people in that ocalit tht
his so-called store was the ead. quar-
3 ter for the gang of thieves andg m-
blers who infeted the neighborhood.
The late sheriff of Leon eoGty (Joha
A. Pearce) often cautioned me "to
watch Larkins and his elsely. am
he considered them to be aNadOof -
g. gerous criminals."
3 8 George C' ldwell was, at thd tim Mr.
Eppes was murdered, one ot e t ri
Cpal members of "the Lariiai .'

Deputy Sheriff of I Cuty.
We are well aequalanted with r.
Courtnvy, and believe that his reau5
S, on this subject shouldcarry t
*s (since the death four late aIri John
A. Pearce) there is preoaly e v
man in Leon County who h bItta
s 4? ted on or has more earefofly
the subject of, coatroUlt er the
Element and rote g the pubd e m
2 8o1 their depredations.
White Can anhoead Straw Sao
S are beinl e d out at Burnams 46 1
at popular pie,. -.
2W> Mrs. dna Reve, of Mof
2 has been visiting he cos.
fret, In this city, returned
day. ,
1, 1 Mr. C. K Allen, a prom neh] Wl-
S gogPJ 0t4a 44
4& was In w t week.

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S m O ofe I It O7s doam^.



Toeg amn, you eshoauM not drink
ift mkel s our breath samel
ed we do not like that,.
makes your eow red, and then
don' pretty.
It .k you talk foollaobly, and you
W4 not talk any too well at beet.
"It makeo ou set lske a monkey,
andyeu shou ant like a manu
"t make sp you ed the time you
to in reading that you may
Iswh going on In this great
world of ours.
"It makes you end the money you
hqt to v to mT a hoi for yO
M ome glo d grl to Share.
"It anuke your mother's heart ashe
and your father' hair turn gray.
"It makes your brothers, sisters and
somfnaion_ ashamed of you.
"ft makes you depi yourself for
enf msuch a impleton.
"It k -o yoou ot of the church of
God, and ft wll finally keep you out of
beaven.
Young man, you know all this is true.
Why, ten= wlll you touch such a dan-
reaou. stuff I How much better to live
a lean and pure life. Live so you can
look an honut man in the false. Think
eo these few lines so the next time you
want to take a drink let your memory
epall the advice, your best and purest
grI wold U ve you, and see if you can't
CO-, the temptation to indulge in
;OW d kabit. I know you can.
ow, young and old men, for the sake
o your wives, mothers, fathers, sons,
da tern, do not sign those petitions
or toe county to go wet.
'H0oland, it. F. E. ALLEN.
Seved to Comrade's LIfe.
"While returning from the Grand
y wnampment at Washington
, a omrade from Elgin, Ill., was
en with cholera morbus and was in a
al condition" says Mr. J. E.
ouland of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave
him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
seo Remedy and believe saved
Pifor. I have been engaged for ten
ears In Immigration work and con.
t any parties to the South and
we XI always carry this remedy and
have used It successfully on many occa-
slons." Sold by all druggist. *
Veels ierdI t Iest 'sm Up.
What upon earth do the tax payers
f *tate want with swamp lands
down about the Everglades,
are many thousands of un-
aNsMerd of land all over Florida
so Ut be.te adapted for all purposes?
....W d 't th Internal Improve-
eM s dell that big body of land
. t. Morse county at $1 per acere,
a 4d that man Jenningsa the day after
ht It from the said board at 41f
,MtoI* a IwT anj made about
Um, &Le d" in hour. This
!enJ- .SbULImust be one of the Gov.
&ns' dear pet.... Governor Broward
Sonferring with Tom Lawmon
S w York about the practice of the
w m Inrane ompanlies, with
f v .w tt be and Tom can come to
hams*o tas to the beat methods to
ontl these %seat aggreatione of
ith tathe thea t of the policy
i s. ey have furnished the press
wit rdewll of their Interviews....
C t L'bgle iso grinding out a great
deal of diistratlon matter since he
rehed the atet capital with his Sun.
Cl ade has bushels of money to use to
tall se people that Mr. Broward and
st digital tch schemes are all right.
efat kit a will cost the tax payers
a million dollar but not a cent will
v eMe Iback their way. This drain-
I of the Governor's opens up
Wle hd for the grafters, who will
aperand grmowA nreatthe expense
ery tax payer of Florida. That
eestaltwlosal amendment should by all
meas be killed at the polls In Novem-

Atmage I .mr rhIM let. Ths.
Foehe' Ho and Tar ha cured
Stel o athma that were con-
ft M hop lr. Adolph superng,
S*'A sever, cold eontrasted
yem a was nelectd until it
ile valuable enud not til
i m taeN mwr, relief. F y


iLee i *at as to I.e

Millions of year, ago the earth was
not the lnd-bound, seaswept globe as
familar to us, but a lIqud mm -s
which floated crust some thirty4 r
miles thick.
At that period it turned on its axis
a eontnty inreasing speed that Ana
shorten tme day to three ours. When
that terrAc velocity was obtained 5,000
cubic m Im miles of matter wre
hurled of by the enormous entritfal
forme auk our moon was born.
The cleaving of o large a body must
have left some sar on the earth'a sur-
face. It ha acordingly been net
ed that the great bain now occu by
the Pacific ocean was once Red by
what is now the moon.
Our moon has the distinction of being
the largest of all planetary satellites;
so large, indeed, that to the inhabitants
of Mars it must appear with-the earth
as a wonderfully beautiful twin planet.
Because the moon rotates on its axis
Inexactly the same time that it revolves
around the earth we are destined to see
little more than one hemisphere. So
slow is this rotation that the lunar day
is equal to fifteen of our days. For
half a month the moon is exposed to the
fierce heat of the sun; for half a month
It spins through space in the densest
gloom.
MOON'. ATTRACTION.
Smaller in mass than the earth is, the
moon's attraction for bodies must be
correspondingly les. A good terrestrial
athlete could cover about 120 feeton the
moon in a running broad Jump, and
leaping over a barn would be a very
commonplace feat. A man in the moonr
could carry six times as much and run
nix times as fast an he could on the
earth.
Although separated from us by a dis-
tance that at times reaches 263,000
miles, and is never less than 222,000
miles, we know more of the physical
formation of the single pallid face that
the moon ever turns toward us than we
know of certain parts of Asia and the
heart of Africa. Powerful telescopes
have brought our satellite within a dis-
tance of forty miles of the earth. Phy-
sicians have mathematically weighed it
and fixed its mass at one-eightieth of
the earth, or 73,000,000,000,000 tons.
The moon presents aspects without
any terrestrial parallel. Rent by fires
long since dead, its honeycombed crust
seems like a great globe of chilled slag.
Craters are not uncommon on the earth,
but in number, sise and structure they
bear, for the most part, little resem-
blance to those of the moon.
A lunar crater is not the mouth of a
volcano having a diameter of a few
hundred feet, but a great circular plane,
twenty, fifty, even one hundred miles
in diameter surrounded by a precipice
rising to a height ofPlve thousad or
ten thousand feet, with a central hill or
two about half as high.
Water cannot possibly exist as liquid;
for the temperature of the moon's sur-
face during the long lunar night is prob-
ably not far from 460 degrees below the
sero mark of a Fahrenheit thermometer,
and the atmosphere pressure is so low
that a gas under pressure would solidify
as It escaped. Ice and snow are the
forms, ttien, which lunar water must
assume.
LUNAR ATMOSPHZRX.
Because of the present paucity of
water the moon's atmosphere is so ex-
ceedingly rare that startling effects are
produced. Perhaps the most striking
is that of the sunrise. Dawn and the
soft golden glow that usher in terres-.
trial day there cannot be. The sun
leaps from the horizon a flaming sickle,
and the loftier peaks immediately flash
Into light.
There Is no ansre sky to relieve the
monotonous effects of Inky black shad-
ows and daaaling white expanses. The
sun gleams n gleams in ere plendor, with no
clouds to diffuse its blinding light. All
day long it is accompanied by the weird
odaeas light that we behold at rare in-
tervals.
Even In midday thbe heavens are pitch
black, so that, despite the sunlight, the
stars and planets gleam with a bright-
nees that they never exhibited to us
eve on the clearest of moonless ni hts
at sea. Te shine steadily, too; for it
Is the earth s atmosphere that causes
them to twinkle to our eyes.
In the ltne of sight it i impossible to
estimate distances, for there isno sch
emenoe as aerial perspective. Ob.
to a en only when tihe rays of our
S- strike them.
At timea there may be observed spots
whtih darken after mahrs and grdm-


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SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH, RIHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
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TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.


Operating


For full


ONLY LINE
Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.


information and
Seaboard


A. O. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
JACKSONVILLE,


sleeper reservations call on any
Agent or write


S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Passenger Agent.
FLORIDA.


Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad Co.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 90 190M.


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Sy W interested in utie i.. Built to order at
of Bquor t **wt and dry"
elation 1 Leon county, in the hope f reasonable prices.
ovrthrwin the reent prohibiting
statute; andbeing Intensely concerned One now ready to deliver. size
for the welfare of this county, whose axle 3, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
ever interest is threatened by this un- inh
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timely movement, I desire to earnestly
th happy parties here who appeal to all good cithekns, and esj.-,
to$W the morning bath. the af- cially to all of "the pMule called Meth-
t to Fiddler Island and the odist," to give no comfort, aid or coun-
Sto hlochonee Bay around and tenance to this ill-advised movement.
are schools of fishes despite I shall be deeply grieved if amoini
tion time are Mr. George McNair the signers of such a petition there
his family, Miss Lizzte Toole Miss should api ear the name of a single
Griffin, Fannie Mayes, Mamie inemlber of the Methodisit church. lThc
Mrs. Jule McRee, Mrs. Susie Methodist church in iall i;4 history has
ilton, Mr. and Mrs. Goff,andfamily stood for the uVt rthrow ind ,it stnrietion
iss Mayes drew the prize fr being of the liquor traffic. which it has .d!av.s
best Waltonite, catching at 14 )b regarldeti as on, of tho woi eist ei.ne'..
t as will be substantiated by G'orge of the c!hur',+ ;idi f hlirimaiti N. r
jlIair, the umpire. was it n.mor, .itrI*-g c'onmii iitii o ti::;
I whenever you hear some one vyllinr ,ol.1\ tti.lr I. 'v I xhIrt .iall orf ,.;r
. t ioni, the water's line then the ipttopi to ,It i6)v;! to ti;,ir churhli iiI hi,
$Me is oun, for fair. pa i i'uiiar, '11 to (i.scourage aua pir-
lhere are lots of people down here vent. a falr ia lies in their piuw,.r, tihe
thiy areall sociable and there it. iin re:i- lecti,,n which has4 in it the tcrribll, phs-
am in the world v.hy anyone shoul!dl tiil :iill lity f ri'.torin-g the i. ni.-~'l s;i!e of
itlonesolne or tiresome hti're. li.in- liiqur" to our toin ;i '! awl< not: l'i ,l
bridge Daily TriblurA ', ,:.- \vw uitld if,il|lw in lt w:,10 i( -, '-ii
The Sm ile (il ,l ..' 1',,.l, t iOt' 4 lini.,'
that worn .'Oi c ot( aI ppars on wi .hii) '% in:' iciti, .di> 'i r>'. i! i Li i. .,
face after one bottle of W ile'.- (Cre.l, i t.o hi '-gi ct it r.i'til ,.., l., .
Vermifuge, the tl'!ajit wuori l iicilicine. l7. i i.\ !,\ ima .*l'i;i ,ii ,
W hy not keep th t -'r l il n ihly'.v tl i;qi,!' i !ln l.r' 1 \ h"-.' y I, one.. ,il
If you keel) this iin dicii'f oln hani, yvou .i l ,ii. t ,. .- l i i i n'il I '
will never s e CanytiiLV 1 Cls' ibut .-LI' i l l iu t \ . r iiun .',\ J. i
on his face. Mrs. 8-- -, Blackwl!l, ir.m e. i:u lr t '1 itl d,.th 1 '1 .i n
b kla., writes: ''"My baby \wa. pervis il i lht, t. i o ..;1 I, l ,:'tor>'il. .i.l i,
and fretful, would not cat. ind I fearnd o;l c'.is ,,l, :,if,',: Tir, 1: our
he would die. I used a hottt,, of W hi ', \',iir iixni V hl i.' I. )ri'., iiii
Cream 'V r l'iiiulu e' and lie has not h.dl ;. ull , 1 : . vii i. t !\ i .:r,ii 1
sick day since. Sold by all druggi-t i,i,l f.1 .i ': lt ,' ,.'ii .;,!'tl"


When your Watch Clock, or Jewe.lry
needs repairing, or yo( K livtd I.,w\
goods in a tirst-chlus. je l'lr's hi'e, ,1ll
and sec Nicholson. api] hi will do you
first-class work or lel you the t1'-st
goods for the least iney, lelt f
G. M. Tully, of Barker & Tully. shoe
merchants, has beeni clle1 tio T;tll:thas-
see, owing to the st.,ious illness of a
sister.
Mr. John P. Roberts and wife, after
a.pleasant season at popular and health-
yiving Panacea. Springs, are again
ome among their Tallahassee friends.
Mr. Roberts says he enjoyed readingI
'..his True Democrat while on the coast.
A telegram was received Tuesday
afternoon by Mrs J. F. Hill from her
son, Mr. John A. Billingsley, now resid-
ing at Pensacola, announcing the arri-
val at his home of a fine eight pound
boys Of course Mrs. Hill is proud of
her grandson, and the True Democrat
joins in congratulations and the best
wishes for the young man. May he live
to be a blessing and grow up to be a
great man.
The True Democrat is pleased to note
the success of its editor's boyhood
friend and old-time printer crony, Mr.
Walter N. Shine, in the real estate bus-
iness at Jacksonville. He is now asso-
ciated with Mr. George A. Carroll. firm
name of Carroll & Shine, real estate,
mortgages-and loans, 206 West Forsyth
street, Jacksonville, and they are doing
a nice business. Walter Shine is a hus-
tler, and his Tallahassee friends wish
him well wherever he may be or what-
ever he may engage in.
The True Democrat was honored
Tuesday by ex-Gov. Francis P. Fleming
making us a pleasant social visit. He
was in Tallahassee on legal business be-
fore the supremee Court, and returned
to lackenville that afternoon. Talla-
hasee*ans feel that Governor Fleming
and his excellent family partly belong
to us, as they made every one of us
love them when the Governor was our
chief executive and his family resided
with us. There is always a welcome
for him and his here among their warm
and loving friends.
Mrs. N. M. Isler and her mother,
Mrs. Rachel Manning, were in the city
Tuesday. "Aunt Rachel," as she is
lovingly and familiarly called by her
large acquaintance in Leon county, has
had several severe falls recently and
Mrs. sller brought her to the city for
d"Ieal attention. At her age she per-
In being active in household duties,
r b has had the misfortune several
recently of falling and being hurt.
Manning is loved for hr many
goeddeeds and kindness of heart, by
ever soul that knows her, and the
worU is always blessed that people of
her kind live in it.
Hales te Lver Uvely.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup gives
peT ianent relief in cases of habitual
comipnpation, as it stimulates the liver
and restores the natural action of the
blw*l without irritating these organs
like pills or ordinary cahartics. Doe
not iauseate or gripe and is mild and
piesant to take. Remember the name
n and refuse substitutes. Sold by
all dealers.
DENTAL NOTICE.
Owing to the fact that I have deft-
aitely decided to locate in Apalachicola
Augut lst, all work done during the
month of July will be on a strictly cash
basi. Respectfully,
A. S. HAM, Dentist.

Tanh e. MM, Jul I 17, 190.

imnsash week. UmI LeoIoun


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M r. .1 V O(uliy haS Dnt LurneI( d imne
after a ileasarit V-i' I t to ii lat i ys ill
Ken Lucky.


All kind of General Blacksmith-'
ing and repair work done prompt.-
ly and at reasonable i cs.
Horse Shoeing
A Specialty.

W. H. Adkinson,
New Shop North of Kempnir ,itblc.


J. H. HORTON


ONE DOOR EAST OF W. U.
TELEGRAPH Of01 HC:.


Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work


All v V inl theljit' of
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Plumbing A Specialty.


Reduced Prices.


We are now offering our figured


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goods, lack's and embroideries at greatly


lclucctl )pric'es.


IHave just Ireceiv(1d a good line of"

inl anl l p'lecil Tal)hts an-1:d other Sta-

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HEAVY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY.


VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.




M. GOODMAN,

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

Monroe Street.


Repilif "YOlif Sid8WaitS Prepaired to s eir a ful l and complete line of samples for Gentlemen a d


M is s M I a i r c t 1t l it .s, o f A r lin g t o n I . .. .. ". .. . . .. . ..I r . . . . . ..&s a
Ga who is visit ing her brother in this Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
city, st'rioiusly sprained her ankle at with ,e In
Lanark Sunday withCleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning
Capt. J. II. einn came down Sunday Pressing by the month at reasonable prices. ,
from Amsterdam, Ga., where he has
charge of a large commissary, to visit T TWill carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer.
his family for a few days. LI E L I I TILI Ti
fo +. 0 [ M [ I T T LII.chant Tailors.
When anything is required in Shoes, ..N
Hats, Clothing or Gert Furnishing Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself moaf
Goods, make your wan kno to
Burns & Co. and they wil8sui you if For Sale by and get what you want.
article is carried in ;tock,' if not, S b-
will order for you direct from, anufac- Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitwp.,
turer. Prices will be right. 22-tf tar, etc., from all kind of wearingapparel without injury. Price sza
If you would like to listen to a hair- T lly & YaeIer
lifting yarn, just get Capt. R. A. Shine .
to tell you about his experiences with a
shark that bit his fingers, and how he 22-4t
knocked his sharkship out in the first
round with that good old fist of his. He MEN WANTED- All phosphate 0
will tell you of it better than the True m
Democrat could ever hope to do. miners around Fort White,
The True Democrat enjoyed a very Newberry, Dunnellon, Holder
pleasant visit Monday afternoon from' and Floral City, Florida, are -
Mr. J. H. McWilliams, general passen- paying laborers every Satur- Q
ger agent of the Georgia, Florida and day. Good hands are making
Alabama railroad. The officials of this
road are bending every effort todevelop big wages. "21-2t
the country along its road, particularly -- ~/ -~
so in this immediate section and be- Notice for Phblleatieo.
tween here and Carrabelle. DI3PATUINT or Ts INTInIalom
Mr. A. L. Allen, of Holland, was in LAND Or.rcs AT GAINmsvuI rLA.. i -
the city Thursday, made us a pleasant Nt. h r iven thatth.. owl n
Notlo siso n m g t ohlt tim Jtfol6i4o a-n1mod ,"
visit, and added his name to our sub- settler has field notice of hi intention to make
scription list, making about twelve of final rotf in support of his egiat td that sid
the Allen family who now subscribe to roo swll be me before J. J. Hodo U. Com.
Aetmianeat his offle at trallahaMse .. F.,on
and are interested readers of the True Ausust im, vi: William D. Atkineo of Tel.
Democrat, the best of it being all the lahe. h., dd. W711 forth 8 o NW. and
AlIens are reading their own paper, and e namesthe follow l witnesses to prove his
not borrowing from each other or read- continuous residence upon and cultivation of maid
ing some other person's newspaper land. via:
..- ,.__Dawson D ostwrl ht. Iasse Allie Samuel B.
HartsfHid. William K. Gray, of Tllahassee, Fla.
Special sale all summer at Evans'. W. G. HyissiM., RBester. r A Cap ot Wota ioa w La..
.A C a pf Wht id s ee m wBle ai* L
PlKeca &a Java Cos"
DISCRIPTION OF LAND. NAME OF OWNER. is what goe tight to the heart
I every man at breakfast time, and evy
S I one know. that wly good groce slp
- -- --- good coffee. We take special pr in
Nw 1, of ne't ........................14 SI 2w 40 Win. M.(' abe estate, our brands, aa they have made *u
Frnr't. n% of me4e (*) a) and rraec. 1v M. t ylor excttr 1 a3 store famous. Just as good as the sot*.
and except T he i of ne of 1 1 40i Unknow .... ......feewesell are tes, whichpr
Part of T C i'ht No 5 0 11. devcribedf
to-wit: iteginnini at the me corner Jummih, .r. Alex- holds good throughout our entire staek'
(if sld lot 5. and run wer t 77 feet and,,rni a Interest. We sell nothing but the best of floo4
thence north 70 fe.et, thence east 77 Mary \Vright a pw
ft, and thence wouth 7o ft to place intelu. t. Mary product-those We have tested lr-
of Iloginning ..........................W right agI ......... 61 S
T lot No. 10() P .................... El 11 ........ ..;4 97 selves, and so can stand by them.
Pnrt oif the w% of nw% of T C lot
he-ginning at the nw e rner of mald CPvtir cJ. W. COLLINs, Grocer.
lot 46 and run ost fa rt and 6
Inchiet. thence oulth 141 rt and 9
Inches i linve wefut e ft nnd 6 \
inch,.s. thece north i(in ft and 9
Inc'h' to the place of beginning.... po.llo Mctormlek. 8 23 VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANI) PLEASURE RESORT
Tire w 2-5 or the west 40 ft of lot D.
of T C lot No 51 N\W A, as per
pint recorded in beed Book H H,
pace 591 ................................ auplh (C mb ......... i a D
No. 62. N W A, as per p!at re- PL R
corded in Deed Book H H. page V1 Susle Comnbs ........ I S0
ot T. of T C lot No. 6. N W A, .a "WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNB RIVER"
per plat recorded in Deed Book J J.
paI OG ................................ o oW Illiam Jenkls .. 4 M4[
of w of the a of T MINERAL SPRINGS, HOTEL 001TA6ES
7. ni o-. Maglge Han ...... 41
ft 4 Inches off the east side of the
Sof T C lot X i. CO Unknown ............ Sa Hot and cold baths unsurpassed. Good table. Good beds. R ti.
T ots is aond .5 oo ........... o mr a"s ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Ta-
TClotN9..an%.Al..GerabFa luMa sand
c lot to. % oo a.............. O maaa m N ~ s Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped tables.
is M A"dim"-..........-... Mr. mAiles aL PavHMons. Boats, etc
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PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER.


FURNITURE ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN.


LOWEST PRICES IN TALLAHASSEE FOR


CASH.


BIGGEST STOCK FROM WHICH TO SELECT.


So when you want furniture or house furnishings of any kind


come to see us.


R. COX


FURNITURE


COMPANY.


HORSES


AND MULES.


Buggies made in Georgia. Buggies made in
lina. Buggies made in Virginia Buggies made


North Caro-
in Ohio.


The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now in transit.
Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything In leather needed on the farm.

Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles
and Saddle Blankets
Turpentine and Mill Men will find whpt they want here.
The best in Heavy Harness


J. D.CAY


South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Telephone No 291


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