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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: August 3, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00076
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"J ___a s ail. eI otoer n as d .srer.ed Tiv IhavdeunMIde ald w d wen uo0dls hghkdeN1l lh
_"tsarh&o medicie of n I w all u. "-----f -- -. __-- t....dsl.w...i rt.ed. .
i a ..r.t..e re.l of wh fe., ,l tfro sh_ ro om ny thefe to t b a i nse a toaemamla tb .
ahtes' ti e S rt tob n m good eb oine hamse e. Sadeomdeb"solive h at tr- so- mr. e a tor a ote andte ndv, m wh _ n
within th5is St d M VwA&rik = Pa &Q IN
weewile toleaovee Jacksonvilleb*r i tou dugt bdin.A b. beaentd wiO their go f ir n w he or l his v i eaaeton do twe owno dasap blu t ma tan -
work at o1.26 a day. feelo Cthatwi s o e iena tho oter ain bttl e sho the Potreon ans ti n of esc pe sef a ndda th s p aa I
of.pU nLaAOB wt e." Th com mitte of trut and a school a thego s and ur isn her srlat padonIoand Hi ooesothog f i l witheve.
"I belev that ahold the vagrancy board of Gadsdn county have smcured v gret e reward wait them Chrst cr utlke d outso mush
aover there. ebavestma4In thetwods ISIN M il

a i over he t Wad pth at crime rl duaty s ofuolleesteao aainieo a.. ano ..asr t O fT by the advocat of is wnd f oweoa r sele awe sG TM
"IJa tovllle sto not only oveurn a e a It The .iwhof =a sdwamdpo a.i. ... --o aa ll .. Nor ae a smn lum oal
wth a w t la of but the college here redomnant nearly o overburdenedwith d
smabnywiteoeI aaV e all of the teachers waving attkndid It. ofthismeseamountnt^ areha one before their own door wouldN0w0e, '- iLnte t Is M
waiikeda ad refe tearOnam hnst They ve very wea L choose for adtnd. Itisasserted tS the city would be clean."T So with t"
dollar when the opportunity I. offered their principal one of Tallahase' Sticorfth ats oonsold the1 sins of the world. If this world ia ever Acute tt o arr
them, w fomost worthy younga men, who graduated n 6 iaft th welov82d partea for saved, It mua t be done by an individual nh onwithout waningwhe
"I el thatethe a S to be withthe B. A. degree fom tis Florida WWlelatetiIme evangelmlatoon. reliefms tbe obtained ssno
In90ta 11 te o ere fforte o n, nfoune d ba oo. oftbSaiate College Ine 1901. id am. 08I aBd uprIie hlope xb eas Ia
Fz i etas law, bu otbeliede thy should he hrasee actvl Sna tMhrdyi didf they .. thise? rivon BTe is yousiritua S=le ho e uet'
Sto upcand net stop wohen theled Wctio nl In tesfas wuoo ed a to= a iuate h onh a by nio- Do0n yoe cars as m f t lari W.
haetrie Bit" 1 e or de meg s i tn~ c JaI ,br eenriniala ourdf tvso-slfIteetad ife yourdo or. yor a t hems al homt orhes RmeyO is ata Ao a vSd
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sales m eedvbm. oUr. weai w s-atew.0ty, 0ha re- 0 1iSi MMiss H* Thomf..ville. ano. __d duMed sin ,ria.l ,aoTia aatoeMaLe
a _ttlSS80el -ywith. RStrom a-.-" .Ot dke-mi i wd w ,-in -e fia la
TImes, July 2th, says the oomtumr is tlb be m: me* adeuport theof Miss Do, of Vereen, were the 7Uescore waIND t

a at the P'om ks-et- 1Tew .rede i Oft Pico; M rid h aIvo v rit w--etsmh r.B ernard Byrd left for Lanark to remain a few days
uwaueN aUsrter. I'mtadr laolt land Ate .M they us. Tey -n ali last Priday. Mrs. Byrd and family Mr. Whitt made a business trip
dbestJ in Ja v hort "I't leekiest mao aI ArkaMIas." prat os S e3t aen 2of i went down Saturdayy to pnd he sum. Albany, Ga., S rday.
tme afte ast to th 6ma- writes H. L. Stanley, of Bmw, "*snee Whdot not e ell? Ben e mer lntheir eottae there. Mrs. E. A. Jones and mother of Co.
1el1o1had been made good. Th morn- the restoration of my wif'se. after isnoI oritat all n ppon Miss Wollen who has been the dale, Ga., who have been vialstw.n
lag the work of raising th tender was five ears aof etono and toh apply. Some sell for t small ga t of is Holloway for several tives in the it went to Apalach
It has nodt bein deittely y f om tiw Ie s; e itEycan gnow. Oters hold week past, returned to her home in Monday for a sort stay.
M whether the likmove will be good .to the wora's ._orbetter rie that will Imek Dayton, Tenn., last Thursday. Miss Beste Patteorn. of Pensaeol
.wto theI tLk a* or .medicine, Dr. SKing's New whwoen th su more thikly Mr. Jo. T Lester the popular clerk who has been the p r gto
fro, the wites IN to the for Consum*ption, whki I kbw fsI Th dmpng of 8,000,000mo aereo on in the men's furnih department of 8. Cobb, left or Qutncy T ,
teksIntI nith- x will re sm ptin If t mark w ut the vea o other Wlon's store, left Wednesday for a whee she wUll sped a fewireeas
about a bi en time. .wife ad with lads In Florida t half and thexet would few days vaesatmona 4mwris, Gao in friends.
IM" Bt e aire' bil ea We Into tah1 10etbe1e of h Mr er11 Lew1s1 *11ed hme Miss Susie MfGriff o9 TMf. a Oh
----M aw !ay lewh the ou:t.heW0.m.,41,,.t, ,S h.ere visitingMissMerl ...
flelm: or j -y t ISfth5 IntMest Tea. a"or s Greory is v reltivesIffn f
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so" ra frini d e mde wish
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will yes t sas th neessity of
semm put in the city market?
sema, every day, to see the
Wr paopeis are eating literally 4
wtih il. More on this ubje
fthre aIs t of thos newspaper.
the Osaia Benner says: "1
hd f mdmlee Jte ings for any
m#asteto b a developer and
wM Iso r line with the guberh
aete o." Jua t so, and no do
IlAf the bill ss well an wotu
inl others who have been men
woul do, and perhaps heaps
them did aGovernor who once w
the lst part of that am .
Nvary prominent Floridian, wd
nular ratder of the True Do
andwho leaves the State for
iap, writes to have ts paper
P h-im There is a large number oi
and thid paper follow. Eviden
thsTre Demoerat is on the right
is appreelated, and that we at
seaestng. Truly, the day i
asheer In public office Is fast
to a sie____
"The Gnor Old Summer Time'
wasting away and the cry ere lo
pe, "la It cold enough for you?'
hard to please everybody, all the
In the summer it is too hot, in ti
ter too eold! Human desires ar
to satisfy at best, so let's take
as they some cheerfully, plea
aiatldatelrly, and strive to fill t
world with sunshine and pleas.
o.r those with whom we come
test, always performing a duty t
W 4as".
, sme months ago the Board oi
nal improvements farmed out
hivltges "to mine" kigs In th
of 'ivers to the State printed
Eilson and associates), and ex
certain territory where they had
ed some such rights to Mr. Bel
agent). The Hilson aggregation
to make report. and pay Into th
toeaery In August what might I
tog their way. The laopld of
have never been Informed wha
mamt, and what came out of it.
dss't go all to pieces because at
is esaed to this matter. Our
weslds like to know a little
t-g ht this Hileon-Amsociat
bieesess, alace he has in the p


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** w to 0ls1 ng tha o_.-- alap
S6 MM, ifto a bI t At freak "-famp
aMoa We sateh the "tip" 0. K. and a we
ni sale have before arme to remark, when the
ea al- time arrive to slet a Senator, that
w week. Tampa has a man that will do. Hon.
'A vot teph M. Sparkman is tihe Florid.
ame sad1 shold make its Senator when Hon.
i Ste"phean MaSry docdes he has
d srik enough of it. Mr. Mallory is a hard
rm o working, valuable Senator and will no
doubt stand for another election.
Please Ibody ehes John Co.
Sow- ln A lUttle boy with no better man.
speesh, ne the to seak d peetfull of
a Great his elm nau thowity over
mess a -dt D N saunorls tobed.-Mrs.
SNa C. Chl, Editor Aremadia Ch am.
Watin Perhaps that might be a good way to
attempt to refute or overshadow the
* Do- many oseurrenaes John Collins' True
Sthese Democrat has given publielity to. Cer-
tration, tainly it would be a little better than
Claude were the efforts in letter writing, gram-
of the mar schools, oet.; but, dear sister,
r blows, mother, grnudAothe or what not (as
we do not know your age), you had
better come up and do the spanking act
m have for your loved ons. We used to get it,
send us and take it like a little man, from our
at. All angel mother, who always taught us to
mmesut advocate and fght for what we con-
O~abt scl ntiously considered was right, and
"p' until this day we thank her for It. As
them, to our "superiors," so long as we are
honest, and keep lean, we consider no
headed man our superior in ordinary affairs of
n other life, even if by accident some scheming
ilcials, tricksters do happen to get a little au-
having thority over us. Public men, who
I It is abuse a trust placed in them, look as
moeat ugly to us as do ugly acts in smaller
covered men. If your most worshipfuls will
wt in a prove to the people of Florida that the
True Democrat has lied on them or
done them a willful injustice, we promise
Nobo y you "to run and make haste to get that
spanking," but as things now stand,
tothat "we stand pat" In our position, and
atonal again call upon the people of Florids
ubt be to b preparation for putting better
d sev- men i several of these positions of au-
ntloned thority over us all.
better There is enough good farming land In
ent by this section to keep several thousand
farmers busy planting and harvesting
ho is a their cmps. And them lands are cheap
moerat to-day but have an upward tendency.
a short .--.If therewasa searltyof land In
follow Florids, there would be reason in drain.
.them, lng the everglades. But there is no
se that scarity of land, hence the draining of
track, the everglades is an unwise and foolish
and for bit of extravagance.--Apalachieola
of the Time. ____
coming Would the signers of the "wet and
dry" petition stab Hernando county to
's feat the heart, just as she is arising to a
mg will bright, happy and useful future?....
I It is Which do you prefer, a school house to
a time. make good citizens of our boys and girls
he win- or an open saloon to make of them crim-
e hard inals and food for the gallows. You
things can't favor school houses and barrooms
santly. without being inconsistent. Brooksville
his old Arus
Sntness Leon county is threatened with another
in con- wet and dry election. The petition is
he best now being circulated by "the wets."
John Collins with his True Democrat is
' Inter- in the front ranks for the "drys" 'and
Special he proposes to publish the names of
a beds those who sign the petition Go it Col-
(I B. linst- .-Carrabelle Advertiser.
Icepted The Tallahassee True Democrat is
grant- making a splendid fight against the re-
I (their entrance of the whiskey traffic into Le-
n were on county, and with his characteristic
he 1. I. courage and energy and force Editor
e corn- Collins is dealing sledge-hammer blow.
Florida in the good cause of sobriety and all that
t it all sobriety Implies against the forces of
Now, intemperence. It is an issue In which
tention the right and reason are all on one side,
people but the old Adam is on the other, and
some- that venerable but stalwart sinner al-
es.-I. ways pute up a stiff fight.-Live Oak
at g. -Deoeerat. ,
stairs, "Would like to e the ds east of
pbe town dragt uelam hi me ase thie

. I. deietage gta be geto a ae the


those submerged lands is pure white
sand; the lands that are submerged em-
bracing, in ma y latwnebs, large aeres
are treeless ad ahubl, and, indeed,
so poor that they do tet tain a single
blade of arm&. nies this Mr. Van.


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sa t P"" ty of thei Iii*koi
It w e wIMs *iy meias be*s dea

Hem, I.etw e A. Bth, wh w lsm
Osed ae.m"hows L bwe as selo
iaed I-Irne Janary k, 1W
wms sa I visitor toW Theoawe
Fr iwa. Mr. ltch sewed the pesop
fewr n yiasa a member e thi
House wad Se"atf from LAvy eawy

trust nepseed in him in the pat, and
no one debris that he wil pew equa
ly so inatheame responsible odle ,I
bas bess esed upon to eeaupy for ti
ext four years.--Gaeinesve Sun.
The attempt made to make thevotern
of Fori believe that It is the rai
roads sad esrporations wi are o
posing the Governor's drainage soem
is all rot. There are thoussds of peo
ple all over the State who supported
the Governor and who have never &il
td with the railroad faction, who are
opposbg this drainage scheme and are
work a for the defeat of the proposed
constitutional amendment which, if a
doptedal, will give the Board of Internal
Improvement the power to levey a tax
upon the people of this State that will
be a great burden upon them for many,
many years to oome. This railroad and
corporation Ianfluence talk is the cun-
ning deception used by drainage advo
ates. If successful they see a prolific
field for graft, affording a get rich
quick scheme the State should not
give these schemers this covetl op-
portunity.-Volusias Record.
Governor Broward, in attempting to
defend the Trustees of the I. I. Fund
in their strained and unprecedented con-
struction of the Actof 1885 as to the
proper kind of "arrangement" for the
drainage and reclamation of the swamp
and overflowed lands, ignore the fact
that for more than fifty years that the
Act has beenin force (for over half of
which peolod it was administered by
such men of our own generation as
Drew, Bloxham, Perry, Mitchel, Plem-
nlag, Raney, Gwyna, Barne, L'Engle,
White, Womwell and many others f
th very flower of the Florida Demoe-
racy), no such Interpretation has ever
before been placed upon the law as that
now contended for. Are the Democrat-
ik voters of Florida willing to accept
the proposition that those wise and
faithful officials did not know the law.-
lAesburg Commen lial.
Governor Broward has a dredge
throwing a little mud down near Fort
Lauderdale, and it will take it ten years
to reach Lake Okeechobee. And it will
take ten millions of tax payers' money
to build other dredges and to complete
a system of ditches to that lake with
the probabilities that this great sum of
the people's money has been squan-
dered. -Volusia Record.
One of the liveliest papers and at the
same time one of the best edited in the
state is the Tallahassee True Democrat.
Editor Collins hews to the line and al-
lows the chips to fall where they may.
He is bitterly opposed to the Everglade
drainage scheme and does not fail to
say so. He is on the ground floor at
Tallahassee and seems to be in position
to know whereof he speaks. To read
his excellent paper one naturally comes
to the conclusion that he is aginn the
government."-Lakeland Sun.
The Ocala Banner recently reported
a valuable bit of testimony concerning
the Everglade drainage proposition in
an interview with Mr. C. F. Venable,
an old citizen of Sumter county, who
has had exceptional opportunities for
acquiring information, having spent
several months in that region with a
surveying party. He said that the
scheme of Governor Broward is feasa-
ble; that there is sufficient fall to make
it feasible, but that it will cost a large
sum of money, and after it is drained,
Mr. Venable says that more than 86 per
cent of the land reclaimed would be ab-
solutely valuelas. That the bottom of


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d s -mthig mee thea d e eleM e OO t
or wro ." The TasU-d e Tue wT D M
oe at bee seen may thig dome wr n r. Wah
by am who dmshoue d *"Tra De-m wM&l
s Worst and has odetoued them, sd Tha
Swill contm e them work of dsueslaton
Ss lonw tsu siLt. ItwasMtaisL ns
to* Nn something. maId wdl not l be Then.the
tatoem eminIte a silig attention to sad themIN
such abuses, antil they cease to exist. h ,
SWhbn the clouds m a all "roed away," el
Sand -thim areas they shoMuld be-in ofgde
theinterest of the people of Florida- e amseand
Then will we hold up, and not until then.
SPut people In the public offices aga .,n

turn those at, from constable to Gov.Of of "i00
r nor, who do think and act that way; agatst Mr
and let the work commence at the nt ever, Is as
General eletions. For about six years report. -Pa
SFloridahasbed her fullshare of abusers Hon. H.I
Sof official power. hard man to
i have to be &3
ceClaudeL'ng took hold of the havetobe
tate printing there is a decided Im- s Hon. H.
prove at n the appearance of the excellent q
nted matter turned out for the State, universaMly
Sthe question is what is the t inCrawf,
istration going todo with Hilson? He w
must be taken car of.-Exchange. and faithful
He has been very well taken ear of, in a cabinet
thank you, if all asecounts are true, and The True
then, Hlson know all the time how to for courtesy
take care of Hilson's interest. He is House this'
accredited with having the controlling ford, B. E.
interest in the Pensseola News, and the whither we
job printing tofe he has In operation, tion, and wh
with bindery, etc., is said to be the most pleau
largest and best equipped in West Flor. It is presam
ka. Besides, Hilon is amid to have a upon us in
plantation over there somewhere, that one, and wil
is highly Improved, well stocked, and day's Sun
fenced "so a rabbit can't peep through The True
It." However, we are informed there oesl nwspa
does not now exist between himself and and your
"some of the powers" that be, that to make my
close brotherly love that once was, and published
that if certain things happen, it may be will do It, w
possible for Hilson to explode a few agement
bombs. At any rate, Mr. Hilson is ac- DIED, at
credited with being "well fixed." The Georgia str
State printing is now bel ngdone in m.Josee
better and cleaner shape, and is now Me, n ha
said not to be a digrace to the State. years. He
As the last contreat was "given to His death w
Hilson, for theCapital Publishing Co.," The funeral
at Otrapeot ly heigh priA the work und lth
should be first-lash, and a little better, the follow
if possible, for decency's sake, to par- Messrs. J. J
tially atone for the outrage In giving It Gd. Chsle
out an was done. vives him.
-'-^ ^- were In char
Editor Collins, of the True Democrat W. M. Poe
lost his temper inreplying to some o Mo., papers
his critics lst week. It's a badpr
tice to write when one is mad an it is Neglil e i
hoped that our brethren will keep cool. ing sold at p
-Levy Times-Democrat. Co. Call an
If we "lost our temper," we are glad DzAR Do(
of it, what little we may have had, for write me at
temper is a fine thing to be rid of in any _-4w
one, and we truly do not like to have W
any such in our make-up. As to the Mr. R. W.
toedies who worship at the shrine of LveMrs. R.
abusesof trusts and the mills that grind visit of a fe
grist for their henchmen, we do not Tennessee.
care a rip. The True Democrat stands Miss Mau
for something in the interest of the peo- her home in
pie of Florida, and no such putrid ef- guestof Mis
forts to drive us from the policy we Mia MaTn
have laid out for our paper will acom- lahaasee Tue
where she hI
plsh the purpose. We would rather be mer normal
the tail-end of a yellow dog than the Large set
mouthpiece for anything that was ir- disposed of
regular, rotten, or abusive to the peo- room for fal
pie, and surely cannot be a "bump on a Mr. Rober
log." by seeing wrong-doing going on the city t
and "keeping ourmouth shautup." The M WDavidlli Co
True Democrat is nota prosecuting ol- villi neighbc
cer, nor a court of Justice, but this terday visiti


newspaper will continue to give public- Mita Cari
Ity to affairs of deep interest to the iting Tallal
forea visit tc
peopleof Florida nd seie, some day, of her sister
the consttuted authorities will take TheTr
those matters up and deal out Justie to Mrs. C. A. I
thgss who desve It. mue wMaki
The Inter a l Impremen t Board was
ia sauee aa e mm Wb" M d lt hr
w is k .A .m thsA .oP .lsftt laa s
Sambohan bee mWssmoat a ps ft
atme a=ofthe b ah" benoomaeatoga.I
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snw waI probabi ad
Crawtd. y,ow
yt loosings o ver the
Clay Crawford will be a
Sdefeat am that man will
n exceptionally worthy man,
C., has many of the very
alities of his venerable and
loved father, the late John L
me of the most conueientous
I public menwho ever served
position in Florida.
SDemocrat returns thanks
les shown us at the Sta
week by Hons. H. C. Craw-
McLin and W. V. Knott,
went for official informs-
lich was furnished uas In the
ng and satisfactory manner.
ned Claude had his eagle eye
that viWt, as on a former
ll chronicle the fact in to-

Democrat is your home lo-
pr. Throw your influene
tronage with t, and help us
a the bt newspaper ever
t Tallme. We can and
ith yewr help and enoour-

his i No. 10 East
t July 2S, 1280
ph *yder, aged s 71 years.
was a native of QtuaW n,
id resided here about five
was a Methodist by faith.
as seaused by lu troubles.
w w hee M ata45 p. .,
KM, from his late reaidnc,
mnrrd In the city cemetery,
seating as pall-bearers
W. idr J. Wileoxt, L
H. J. dle, G. W. Saxo
Demilly. His widow sun.
The funeral arrange ent
geof Joseph Dunca. Rev.
e officiated. (Kansas City.
please copy.)
Shirts for summer wear be-
epular pries by Burns
d make your select. 4
: If you should see this
once. our loving brother,
J. S. Oaseo,,
Box 218, Elkins, W. Va.
. Cobb made a business tri s
Wednesday.
v. Cobb left Friday for "
w months to her home in
d Pittman left Saturday for
Mariannea, having been the
s Dickenson for two weeks.
>ie Cherry returned to Tal-
Wday from Knoxville, Ta.,
as been attending te suma .
school.
ck of Washable Ties to be
at Burns & Co.'s to make
I styles. 48
rt King, of Rome, Ga., was
his week in the interests of
Dliege.
am Johnson, from Centre-
rhood, was i the city yes-
ng friends.
is Macon, who h been vb.
mowe frtoa leaves today
SApalachila i as the A"
Democrat is tndetoed to
Bryna. Jr., for a "o
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p4rne ai anjhaj ot be in the hands
o f W y t create strong
a fim S tet an kinds of whiskey
t, a back up our officers in the
barge of their duties. Give your
herift and police officers all the baeck-
i W and im lng you can, and some-
thug will be N in this old burg.
Tes things do persisteotly, conalst-
ently eonestemtsloaly, determinedly,
and tistlareatof tte "booe" element,
when put to the test, will fade into the
sean vapory nothingness as has that
badly tattered nd nd sured scare-crow
"'twill kUl the town-ruin business!"
Frilghstfly Ieried.
Chas. W. Moor, a machinist, of Ford
City, Pa., had his hand frightfully
burned in an electrical furnace. He
applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with
the usual result: "a quick and perfect
cure. Greatest healer n earth for
S burns, wounds, sores, ecsema and piles.
25c at all druggists. *
The Honorable "Bill" Lamar is such
a worthy and really agreeable Congress-
man that the Tallahassee True Demo-
crat charges him so much per line for a
column and a quarter of the "hottest
knd of stuff"--from the Lamar stand-
point-and "Bill" pays it.-Palatka
News.
,.-. Just as he and others too, for that
matter, who wish to precipitate a cam-
paign for an re-election, should do. In
justice to Mr. Lamar, we will state that
orders for "hot stuff" always come
with the understanding from him that
he does not wish p newspaper man to
do that kind of plating for him on the
"dead-head" plan. W. B. Lamar may
have his short-comings, and we have
differed with him several times from a
newspaper man's standpoint, but have
always found him square in his dealings
with the printer in business matters.
There wasa nothing wrong in Congress-
man Lamar's letter, and most assuredly
there was nothing wrong in his paying
for the publication of it. No grafting
can either be charged up to him or us
in this or any other transaction that
we are aware of, and we are always on
the trail and after a grafter or grafters
in Florida.
AnMter Gd NMan Goem Wreogq
He neglected to take Foley's Kidney
Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble,
hoping it would wear away, and he was
soon a victim of Bright's disease. There
is danger in delay, but if Foley's Kid-
nay Care is taken atonce the symptoms
will disappear, the kidneys are strength-
ened and you are soon sound and well.
A. R. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had
to get up ten or twelve times in the
night, and had a severe backache and
inim in the kidneys, and was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by all drug-
gists.
H. D. Allison, of Dade county, is re-
viving the charges against the manage-
..Jent of the State Hospital for the ln-
ned, but he does not say whether hiM
criticisms apply to the former or the
e management.-St. Augustine
As far as we have been able to learn,
we believe the management of the asy-
lum, under the care of Mr. Whitner and
his assistants, General D. Lang, Dr.
_ James Randolph and others, is all right;
but that the filth, dirt and scandal
which was almost brought to light at
the last session of the Legislature, but
which was hushed up and whitewashed,
beamuse it was about to get some slick
manipulators of affairs to their great
financial welfare, into a position that
would punish them, or at least show
them up in their true colors, there is
hardly room even at this time to doubt.
Another thing, the Senate committee
that made that famous report were very
charitable, in that they did not report
the d sjeatsr. of the whole asylum
ae alt that tine. The woods were
of that future of It, and if even
half that wn behig claued mad talkel
a Some day (a lher .lml) who

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- legal l of texteIditI- iquors. A
vote at or seUftn, means a vote to
eostiame mare s pittall for our
yag mme; It means a vote for the In.
* rease of erime; a vote for the increase
Sof taxes and a vote against the best In-
terests of the county.
It has often been said that to abolish
the saloon kills a town. That's all a
great mistake. It has been proven
otherwise right in our own State. Live
Oak has been without asloons for a long
time, and during the past few years
Made the greatest growth of any town
in Florida. Gainesville has been better
off for the past three years since whis-
key was voted out and has made better
progress towards a city. Look at the
growth of Arcadia, Bartow Lakeland-
all dry towns on the West oast. Day-
tons, on the East Coast, is a fair sam-
ple of how a town is killed by stopping
the sale of whiskey. The following
relative to Lake City will give some
idea of how that town has been affected
by prohibition:
Statistics showing the effects of pro-
hibition in Lake City, Florida:
1. Business of all kinds has increased
from 15 to 150 per cent.
2. Moral conditions very much better.
Where there were nine arrests for
drunkenness before, we have only one.
Now our ladies can visit any part of our
city without seeing or hearing any dis-
orderly conduct, even at night. Our
grand jury at the last session of our
court complimented our citizens for the
decrease of crime in our county. Every
Christmas tide before the county went
dry, was christened in bloodshed and
murder. The last three not a drop of
blood was shed in our city 'or near it.
3. Before the election that made our
county a dry one it was impossible to
do any improvements. We are now
constructing seven miles of sewerage,
own and operate our own electric light
and water plant, and paving our busi-
ness street with brick and flint rock,
with cement sidewalks.
4. Real estate has greatly advanced
in value. notwithstanding the Buck-,
man bill and Board of Control has taken
the university away fronrus.
5. We have more money deposited in
our banks than was there in the history
of our county before. The banks find
it hard now to loan money at the old
rate, and are offering it at a lower rate.
The reason is that the people can get it
from each other for better terms.
6. We have less real poverty-stricken
people than ever before. Almost every-
body happy and satisfied with ofr pres-
ent condition. Rents have advanced
from 10 to 25 per cent on residences and
stores-no habitable and desirable stores
or residences are vacant. One new
bank, First National, capital $50,000,
organized since county went dry. Other
banks report little or no loss in volume
of business-cannot find a single in-
stance of decline in rent. -A. B. Jarrell,
in Florida Christian Advocate.
*ew to Aveld Appeankitis.
Most victimsof appendicitis are those
who are habitually constipated. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic con-
stipation by stimulating the liver and
bowels and restores the natural action
of the bowels. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and
is mild and pleasant to take. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all dealers. *
HORSES! SUGGIIES1 HARINSSII


You should call at the establishment
of J. D. Cay, opposite Masonic Temple,
when in want of Horses, Buggies, or
Harness.
He carries the best assortment of
Buggies in Middle Florida, which he
sells at reasonable prices, and on favor-
able terms to responsible parties.
His stock of Harness is new and up to
date, and includes any and all articles
in his line needed for county and city
use.
In Heavy Harnes he has no rival.
To turpentine and mill men he offers
goods made especially for their use, and
at prices that cannot be duplicated.
In his Stables are to be seen as fine a
lot of drivers, Pingle and double, as
were ever brought to this city.
Call on him and examine his stock.
Mr. John T. G. Crawford was in Bris-
tol this week on business of a legal na-
tare.
Mr. W.S. Crawford will return to-
morrow from Hot Sprinas, Ark., where
he has been for several weeks past.

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The waterworks company have ex.
tended their pipe line out Adams street
to the Governor's mansion.
Chdren a Pain
never cry as do children who are suffer-
ing from hunger. Such is the cause of
all babies who cry and are treated for
sickness, when they really are suffering
from hunger. This is caused from their
food not being assimilated, but devoured
by worms. A few doses of White's
Cream Vermifuge will cause them to
cease crying and begin to thrive at once.
Give it atrial. Sold by all druggists. *
wardlam's Neoie.
NOTrIC 1s aRBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT
It M *@New. that "- uw of Charlk
Or LAm. m taMlet. I will make apphstim to th
CeMtsr Ja.d l sW County. Prlds. "t his l.
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ef tn ,~mthm e festaneost
F -no flit whieh we desire
Live Oak Demo-

toW he at~ a~t M h Ltilto into t
muhte wa a as a ramn

Coolark Ded aIsemgnUb emanpoth-

do ohfie tow atd theu man and
his work ibhe aMi e lia the multi-a0.
U aMire elsA, al F rgive him the ari
ple Ju e b eva eight .aroue the
aj hies aof thee ht masses hoauoed
to b5 at all time- eiffe to thefortu-
nateo few who e accumulated so
much of the world's wealth. But Frank
Clark, De1moet- e 1 gressman. ortho-
dox to his tner U and in full touch
with the plan ao f Florida, is trou-
bled withlo fbaumofthetcharactsr. He
readerss unto lethe things that are
Fagler's, inpudr praise for his Frot
development work on the East Coast,
and in his Miami speech, he had the
following to say, whteh, coming from
such a source, will bena effective rebuke
to the narrow, proesrptive spirit which
seeks to dictate our opinions to us and
arouse and array prejudice against a
man merely because, in the pursuit of
wealth, he got there and we didn't:
"In your great work of development
and evolution, as is always the case,
there is one central figure, one chief fac-
tor, one person who b reason ofhis cir-
curmstances or environment is able to
contribute more to the common good
than any other one individual. In the
case of Miami this one individual to
whom we are more indebted than to any
other one person for the upbuilding of
this beautiful city and the entire east-
ern coast of Florida, is Henry M. Flag-
ler.
Possessed of large wealth, endowed
with a magnifi ent brain, and evidently
blessed with a heart pulsating with love
for his fellowman, he saw the great fu-
ture possibilities of this region and in-
voked the power of his milTions to bring
into being the undeveloped resources of
the land, to expose to view beauteous
landscape of this hitherto inaccessible
Eden, and to make possible the building
and maintain of thousands of prosper-
ous homes. The results of this gener-
ous and enterprising action are today
seen along the whole eastern shore of
Florida, from Jacksomville to Key West
and before many moons shall "wax and
wane" the snort of the iron horse will
be heard in the "Island City," of Flor-
ida and the greatest feat of railway
building in the world will have been ac-
complished. Henry M. Flagler' for
what he has done and is doing for our
fair Florida, is entitled to the gratitude
of this people and right rightly has he
ddberved the plaudit, "Well done' thou
good and faithful servant."
"My friends, as you know I am in
politics, and I know full well that there
be in Florida some souls so small that
my poor tribute to Mr. Flagler will be
used against me. I expect this, but let
me tell you something: If the day ever
comes when I am too cowardly to ren-
der to whom honor is due for fear that
I may lose the favor of some measly,
"two by-four" street-corner politician,
then I ought to be kicked out of the
field of politics with scant ceremony. I
despise the selfish, miserly rich. I con-
demn and loath the criminal rich. But
the man of vast wealth who expends his
means in building up the wasta places
among us, and for the betterment of
mankind is a benefactor of the race and
deserving of our commendation."
Summer SDiarluee in Chudre.
During the hot weather of the sum-
mer months the first unnatural looseness
of a child's bowels should have immedi-
ate attention, so as to cheek the disease
before it becomes serious. All that is
necessary is a few doses of Chamber-
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, followed by a dose of castor
oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. 0.
Stockland, pastor of the First M. E.
church Little Falls, Minn., writes:
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for sev-
eral years and find it a very valuable
remedy, especially for summer disor-
ders in children." Sold by all drug-

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A OWr TURO WM* WO WrM I w

s Masw. g-a
i Fe U. W etdf work aeeomplod h i-tt
ST nmA4 -Ar aM woN= or *F to the election. Several tok
sa r=- have been erested, a ar de-
Out of the 45ou am" hi Florkda, 0 p adps.vemts ea M
are dry. And from the dry e sotie thr banreheo-the Mathods. t
we have received so -may excellet aW being now inP eos f reOed-
teotimons, sodi faoth the m a the cost of will be 900.
advana derived from prob ai this, we recall 22 handsome re-
atweMre not pt to bl them. es put up ine the election, and
A r I of ames Jut been re.- one bul alone reports contracts for
e ted from ,l e mes of the 10 houses whose aggregate eosts are
leading buane delaying them- 10,000. We can prove all this, under-
veeg barroom the condi. stand. We don't Just SAY things.
t wih acompa.n. their existence. The sAnt Christma after election our
We thought we wold have space for mayor left the city for ten days. Mr.
these ep sions of our bet known W. M. McIntosh acted in his ast4, but
men in ie tereets of temperance, but did not have a single case brought up
they are too multitudinous for repro- before him during the time. The whis-
_do. Bufflee it to may that all prove key element tells there is more drunk-
IIlit4tlv-: "Leos drunkenness, Iss ennes. now than before the town went
crie, fwr arrests, e. e criminal dry. Ask them for their proofs. On
Sbusines; more sobriety, more Christmas eve after the election two of
baes more bank deposits more Tallahassee's moot conscientious, Chris-
n, more mploymet of labor." tian women walked up and down main
S S mgeVan"oe People could easily fill street, in and around the places for-
eao Bais f this paper with sub. merly frequented by drunken men. they
stalt#l and authoritative testimony encountered no man under the influence
ftes the most reliable sources proving of wuiskey. Everything was orderly,
the t help at prohibition has been and upon interrogating several differ-
to uee ntla, were it necessary ent merchants they were told that no
pad table. And that too, from a drunken man had been seen all day.
S of who command the repet These women wanted to know the truth
of pop; whoe uprht, Chritan for themselves. They accept nothing
live ad eellet cap y for business on mare hearsay. Everyone knows the
have made them worthy of confidence condition that existed on the holidays
nd esteem. They are mn who are preceding the election. What woman
ving to build up. rather than to drag would have felt herself safe on the
do who seek to hold out the streets, or who would have even ven-
ela b rather than to give the turned out at such an hour and time?
prOveI"'kirk;" menwhoaremaking One of our business men remarked
m b a ving by the work of theor the other day that he would have been
r than getting it bydegrad- ,000 better of today if it had not
S fellow man and ruin been for barrooms.
factories. The men of Everyone knows that the freight de-
Live Oak, Lakeland, Do- partments in our depots have had such
,to Ar A dia and the other an increase in business that the rail-
tow that have voted out roads have had to provide more help.
r men who can prove what Th businesses that one man could aet
sab ure and facts. We have through with formerly, now reuireas
*w i a good dew of bowl- more than one man and the railroad
Sth whasey element, auditor himself teatfled in a letter to
Sto extm vaganvest sameuts headquarters that business had increaed
Sthm are 0sh" 1to give to s*eh an extent that more help was
or what y a; ne-sary.
fat, thy We her great howls about the amount
Ute tt e 1 I of whiskey shipped here from Bain.
who they deal ar not of br Lt quote you a remark
ki to required it. made by a ainbrd barkeeper to one
S e notisd a tendency on the of our prominent etsens: "We don't
people to rather uderrate ears if your town oes wet. Our trade
t of th me and wmuen there is very sma&l; only an occasional
*a d up an the temp rame bottle."
S the be t of this elas, we Railroad authorities also inform us
to my that we would gladly put that they ship very little whiskey to
matte to tha test. The women in our town, and that the amount talked
who have Interested them. of generally is greatly exaggerated.
s In this great and noble cause, are The country people also inform us
women who are Intelligent, educated that they are getting better prices for
and, beet of all, spiritual; they are their produce and that they are making
women who are not living for the vain more improvements in every way since
frivolous pleasures of the world, but the county went dry.
who have he great cause and the beat The working men are also getting
good of humanity at heart; they are better waes. Men who hire labor tell
women who are well informed on quse- us that the men whom they paid 50
tlons of socialistic, economic, political cent per day iow get 75 cents and $1
and religious matt o; they ema look for the same amount of work.
anybody in the face with a monciene We wish to give below statements
unpolluted by any eompropiWe with the from some of our leading merchants
world, flesh devil or wbakey element. testifying to the fact that prohibition
Who wants barroom amy wayT Do has not injured our town financially or
spiritual, s*efI-aM ing, God-fe morally. Mr. Yaeger and Mr. Burns
women want them Dio the pure and are out of the city, but both of these
cultured young ladles want them? Do men have been heard to remark that
our school teachers want them? Do their business had improved and was
the ministers of God's gospel want better than before the election.
te Does legitimate business want The drug firms of our city are doing
them? Do the young men, who are a thriving business, and, while all but
trying to build up character and who one have gone into operation since the
ar ving to rest temptation, want election, they state their business as
theml beir in every way satisfactory; and
Ah, no. The man who wants to get the irm tb has tested both the wet
rich by making others poor wants and dry conditions tells us that business
them; the man who eares nothing for has improved since the town went dry,
the walls of childhood or the heartaches especially in the line of cold drinks, ice
of widowhood, wants them; the man cream, etc.
who has no regard for the morals of a The dairies also agree that their milk
sommuity, no regard for law and or- and cream sales have almost doubled.
4r, who wants to debauch himself with How much better for men todrink grape
dd, and kill and rob and plunder, he Juke, soda water, orange phosphate,
w tm them; the gambler wants them; and eat iea eream, than to posn them-
that ba wants them; the cor- selves with alcohole drinks
polatmein wants them. Duval Broe. are doing a Ane business.
L th eope draw the contrast. They have Increaed t heir stok ad
eoe ide tollnee, culture, re- added another store-room to their buei-
emt, morals, ef oreements of law, ness, and contemplate making still
and purity. On the other is to greter improvemots.
Ignorance, crime, lawlessneom T. H. Randolph & Co. are contem-
Wty, ambl, drunknnea nd plating addtion to their store, ince
Which sie are YOU on? increased trade seenm to demand it.
tperanee men and the temper- They agree with others that business
a w N of Leon county wih to has not been injured by prohibition and
ierebyinform the whiskey elements that they are satisfied with present
that they are wide awake! Ready for conditions
th battle and strong in the power and Mr F. Hill gave a fine report of
might of the God whom they serve. their business, stating that trade has
We are not afraid of you. The Leader greatly increased since the town went
of our hosts is as strong and mighty dry.
as He was two years, ago He "nether ontantineAlgerogives encouraging
slumbem nor sleeps" "Thine. 0 Lord. reports also. The past two years have
to th gratne and the powr and the brought all that the people hoped for in
gkly and the victory and the majesty, the way of financial success.
inTahand Is power and might In I. W. Hammett testifes to an in-
Thine it is to make great and to rek e in his business, and stands a
give strength unto all." "If God be strong advocate of prohibition.
fo Us. who cam be against us?" The proprietor of the Leon Hotel has


r the mount of December be. nothing to complain of. Business is
Ire th a town went dry there were 68 good ad the hotel properg.
briOas; the December following the VanBrui & Demilly that their
eeation recorded only 15 urres. business has been betteror the past
Promth mayor dket book we get two years than for sixteeu yes pre-
the following fera t Nsumber of vis. .
arrests of W. R. W! ee of oI u t dry

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their teatMsan that the town ad peO-
p are teeret under th present
*tions. A o-mmitte appointed by the
W. C. T. U. hoa canvassed the town,
and not oe man whom they have ap-
prosahed hae said that he has lost own
DOLLA by or through prohibition.
The town employs on o policemen,
and they have time to "spread them-
selves out all over the city, rather
than to devote themselves exclusively
to the barroom quarters, as they used
to do.
We give below some personal state-
ments:
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I am well
pleased with business and it has been
more satisfactory and I have cleared
more money the two years the city has
been dry than the two years before the
saloons were cloned. I hope never to
see saloons opened again in Tallahassee
from a business standpoint as well as aI
moral one.-P. T. Mickler.
I believe that the business as well as
the moral interests of Tallahassee and
Leon county demand that the town and
county remain dry. D. R. Cox.
We take pleasure in saying business
has never been so good with us as dur-
ing the past two years. Very respect-
fully, J. W. Collins & Co.
Tallahassee Fla., August 1, 1906.
Mrs. Geo. I. Davis: In reply to your
question "How has prohibition affected
business?" will state that business has
improved since the town voted dry.
Another improvement is, we don't have
to deal with people under the influence
of liquor as we did when we had a wet
town.-R. B. Carpenter.
The merchant of Tallahassee have
found that prohibition, instead of de-
cresl buaias has added to their
o and among them is Mr. W.
S mo who is doing a fn business.
He wu a voter on the dryticket and
has had no eaume to rareet dong o, a
his also have steadily1neresad
Again, we wish to state that we know
what we are talking about. That we
can prove any statement we have made
and more too. We might also add that
we think ourselv equal to whatever
developments my take place. We ar
not asleep by any mans. And we
would, moreover, advise the whiskey
element to "count the cost" before
the undertake to rebuild barrooms in
Tasuhaee. This "blind tiger" howl
which they are racing is all nonsense.
If blind tigers are prowlin around why
don't you quit your howling and hunt
them up and expos their hiding places?
If you only expended the same amount
of energy in an effort to expell them as
you do in complaint of them, they would
go in a hurry. Besides this, did it ever
occur to you that you and your element
are responsible for them? If you were
only lined up on the side of RIGHT and
were working with the people who,
would suppress them there would be
no blind tigers. Besiaes this, did you
know that there were blind tigers here
when the town was wet? Tampa is a
wet town and yet, eight blind tigers
were caught there a few weeks ago, all
trotting along together at one time!
And they were he too. You didn't
say anything about them then, because
you knew they knew as much about
your meanness and your law-breaking
as you did about theirs, and so you kept
very still Now, however, you make a
big fuss, just because you are not get-
ting part of the spoill! People who
howl around about the "blind tigers"
forget that they are Just as much re-
sponsible for their existence as any
other one individual, and that but for
their false coneptions of the truth and
the stand they take in these questions,
blind tigers could no more exist than
filth and stench could thrive in God's
pure sunshine and fresh air.
If you want any more information,
along theee lines we can furnish you
with as much as you can well digest
and with more than will be good for the
cause which you advocate.
Mr. Pte- Nori Stnaharied*
Judge Malone last week ruled that
the State Board of Pardons could not
compel Mr Peter Horn to return to the
convict camp to serve the balance of his
term. He was recently arrested here
and ordereedued to the convict camp
to serve the balance of his sentence,;
having violated the conditions of his
ardon by being drunk and disorderly.
He was convicted in Gadeden County
in 1888 for assault with intent to kill,
and sentenced to five years in the con-
vict camps. He was granted a condi-
tional pardon in January, 1901. Judge
Makon ruled that the term of original
enentne had expired, and the board
could not send him back to prison, and
has ordered him released."
As a test case. the offeers we are in-
formed, have taken the case before the
Supreme Court


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city visither moter Mrs Broneon, Mr.
Jon Duval Mrsn fully resided n his ms
Jaksonville auto oa ew months ago, ffrids
when she and lr husband removed to onnel
Tampa. -Metropo ls. io far


A letter was reezved in the city yes-
terday from Mrs. W. F. Coachman,
who 9 in New York saying that Mr.
Coachman, is steadily improving since
his operation for appendicitis. Mr. and
Mrs. Coachman will, as soon as he is
able to travel, leave for Bethlehem, in
the White Mountains of New Hampshire
whore their children are already estab-
lished for the summer.--Metropolis.


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sad.-Uve OaDemoort
Earnest MeLin is v*li--
my warm personal TaII
, coming from Oeas, wh re
ted with the management of Maru
mea.
than, Alabama dispath ofJ
ays, W. E. wards, a
man who came here som
m Florida is dead, as tha rsoult
S taken 0 grains of morphine.
to have lost heavily by ot-
culation recently. Mr. Edwards
he went to Alabama resided in
s, and had many Tallahassee
and sequaintances.


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war- niMew e.
George J. Mitehel, a traveling man
from Newark. N. J., and who stops at
the GibeoN Boou when in C bne ati,
ped bto a telepo* e booth in that
otThwday. He found lynin booth
a kotook containing ten-thousand-
bWs-$100,000 all told--and valuable
PCin" tothe clerk's desk he placed
them tre for safe keeping. Soon Frank
Goad, president of the Gard Mining
40 ofy, t Dever, Colo., who was
ew Hotel Lackman, rushed
int6 the booth and out again, greatly
excited. He asked the cerk if be had
found a pocketbook and the man behind
the desk required him to describe it.
0"And yu left a pocketbook," replied
tie Mleft, "containing $100,000 In a tel-
ephone booth?"
"'My friend" gasped the excited man,
"I loit a bass drum once-but ha&a y
beard of It?"
"Is this your property?" asked the
clerk, as he placed the fortune back in
his hands.
All kinds of questions were asked. Mr.
Gard asked who found it, and went to
the Lackmnan and offered one $10.000 bill
to Mitehel who could not bring himself
to accept it.
In lieu of that, however, he gave him
$10 000 worth of mining stock which
sells at par, and told him if he kept it it
would some day make him some money.
-Metropolis.
Gearal W. I. Lamar and Wife.
Congressman W. B. Lamar and his
excellent wife are now at Saratoga
Sprlnr for a season and he writes us
the olupwing letter, which explains
itself:
Atlanta, Ga., July 30, 1906.
Mr. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: Please send the True Dem-
ocrat to me, care Grand Union Hotel,
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Mrs. Lamar
and I will spend the month of August
there. I will be in Florida October 1st,
to open the canvas in the Third Con-
gressional District. Please state this
fact. Very truly yours
W. B. LAMAR
Base all.
The Tallahassee base ball team has
done exceedingly *ell this season. Every
member of the team deserves individ-
ual praise and congratulations for his
splendid and excellent work in support
of his town and team.
The star pitcher is Walter McLin.
who has the best record for batting and
Switching of any of the twirlers. In the
feld, Thon. Hancock and Roy Hutchen-
son deserve especial mention for their
faultless fielding and fine stick work.
Hutehenson batted about 750, something
seldom seen anywhere. His good play-
ing should have been mentioned before,
as he has undoubtedly been the season's
star.
Puleston, the lank second baseman,
made several grand-stand plays, and is
a steady man on bag number 2.
Jacobie was catching "hard to beat"
unl. haad waa dibled& and he was
compelled to "lay off."
Grambling, Costa, Hamlin and Elliott
all did excellent work in their respective
poettlens.
The team is a strong one. and has
lost but two games this season-one to
Btakely and one to Greenville. Give
them yoer support, as the season is not
yet over. Several other games are
scheduled to be played here.
A Local iNtla.
In Tallahassee there is as good mate-
rial for a military company as in any
town in Florida, none excepted. Look
around you at the young men from
eighteen upward and you will find
enough for one of the best military
eompanes the State has yet seen.
We have talked to many of the boys
and nearly every one is heartily in favor
of a company. Then what is the mat-
ter? There is no encouragement, no
backing. The town must be interested
in the movement, and some older eiti.
sne must head it. We have no doubt
but that good men could be gotten as
o eer., and that with the membership
of twenty-flve young men, a good comn-
pany eoud be formed.
Get to work! Do something! Talla-
heusse, the capital city of the State of
Florida, a town of over five thousand
inhabitents, growing daily, and no mili-
tary company! We are laughed at by
nearly every little bur of eight hun-
dred people, beaus they can have a
leal militia ad we haven't. Where's
your prideT
Hesetofore-when we had a company
last-fmn was poked at us. Why? B.e-
ease it wa aot an organisataion repre-
entative of the town. It was not a
smpeqirn I whib the cittesss took s-
-aterest, because the member were an-
kaew. to the towfolek.
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Quite a 1mbee jg.Bnm3nt Ibelm es
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20sell Mklerw went W
r to reAm with his moth
Rev. rank Cm r preahed Sunday
night In Veee to whieh place he was
accompanied by his a rank.
Mr. Dole Mabry left for TampaTues-
day moving, where he will remain for
the remainder of the summer.
Hon. Will C. Hoges Is preparing for
another nie sounmer visit abroad. He
surely knows how to enjoy life.
Mrs. JaeoMesaddauhter, Constanee,
who have been edin a few weeks
with her s, Mr. r Jaeobie, in this
city, returned bho day.
Mr. Rert Mikler has secured the
tehi boarding housed
S ia an anex. It I known as
a's iaL"
See advetment In another Ohlumn
of Lanark lots for sale. Lanark is one
of the most peasant Gulf resorts and It
would be nice to own a summer cottage
there.
Mrs. S. H. Pickrell, of Petersburg,
Va., is visiting her brother, Mr. E. L
Hutchinon, for awhile.
Miss Margaret Bass, of Arlington,
who has been visiting her brother, Mr.
Wm. Bass, for the past two weeks, re-
turned home Wednesday.
Mr. V. F. Balkeom has returned
home after a several weeks very f-
itable and pleasant visit to New York
and other Eastern and Northern points,
much improved in health.
Contractor 0.. C. Parker is getting
thi in excellent shape now for p -
i the Governor's mansion tocomple-
tion, and in a few more month the
Chief Executive of Florida will be re-
siding in a handsome new home pro-
pared for him by his people and Flor-
idians all will rejoice with him in it.
Miss Nellie Bassett ha returned to
her poet of duty at the county clerk's
office, after a well deserved vacation
and a trip of rn* and recreation at
Panacea, as th eat of Mrs. George
H. Gwynn. Miss Nellie is industrious
and attentive to her duties, being at
work all the while, and the outing will
do her good.
The Dorman Sawmill Company, of
Houston, are receiving their maehineay
and will soon have their mill in opera-
tion. These clever gentlemen are said
to have some of the finest timber in
Florida and have a supply sufficient to
last them for a number of years. -Live
Oak Democrat.
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly al-
layed by applying Chamberlain' Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this Salve is
unequaled. For sale by all druggists. *
Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski and sons left
Monday for Springfield, Ill., where they
expect to make their future home. The
beat wishes of the entire citizenship of
Ocala go with them to their new home.
It is with much regrt that Ocala gives
up this excellent family, and they will
always be warmly remembered by their
friedI here.--Ocala Banner.
Miss Hellen Parkeill of Montieello
and Miss Fannie Coles of Tallahassee
are in the city on a visit to friends, Miss
Pearl Whetstone, Miss Parkhill is a rela-
tive of Supreme Court Justice Charles
B. Parkhifl. It isto beohoped thatthese
popular and charming young ladies will
enjoytheir visit here, notwithstanding
they have come during the extreme dull
season.-Gainsville Sun.
The Czar of Russia has been senten-
ced to death by the Terrorists in that
country but if it's as long a time be-
tween the sentence and the execution
in his case an it is over here in Florida
he needn't worry. If he'll write to
Cooper in the Arcadia Jail he'll get some
valuable pointers on the variou ways
to stay proceedings in such cases and
make the death sentence a grom but
harmless joke mellow with age.-Live
Oak Democrat.
Hon. W. A. Register was up from
Woodville again Monday and made us a
pleasant visit. The Board of County
Commissioners will meet for the month
of August and as the whiskey people
are expected to fle petition aking for
a wet and dry election, there wm no
doubt be a large attendance. Letevery
itisen of the county who ppoe the
opening of baimr-roome in this county
come and lend a helping hand In aeein
that these petitions are regular
honestly gotten up. Leon cannot afford
again to become a whiskey county.
Miss Jeannette Arnold Bnh. daugh-
ter of John D. Bdh, sad Robert
Wlliam~, Jr., were arrived strd,
Rev. John La M 'eo a. Ml i,
Gertrude Lawresme,.oueof e a
served her as -Me f he-r. MM .d


SPPCIAT. SUNDAY EX-
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BUILDING LOTS.

These Lots are all high and dry and will make you
a lovely Summer Home.

Grand Excursion August 15.
Will be run from all points on the G. F. & A. R. R.,
very low rate in order to give all parties interested
an opportunity to visit Lanark and see these lovely
Building Lots. Buy now while cheap and you will
never regret it

SALE OF LOTS
Wm ke ooiduchd by
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LANARK, AUG., 16.
Write him for any information you may
want concerning same.

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aled to try to nculeatoe In the minds of
B the yeams that there was really a dif-
-- fom tiothe leeks, manners and afee-
tis of the two sections of country;
but that has all passed away.
,tverWg mr w* As soon as I ot to beoa man at 18
S9 eas of ge, I Ipped a vessel, and
w hoht I couldn't boe a man with-
ardshi A..dured by sliors, and I went
to the M ,of Newfoundland. When
R-Er KnChtas. I IgetuptosCp CodIhad $L left
M before yousad thi snow was 18 V nhs deep. ad
llee blyin around everywhere. Ihad on
thma. wBob a -otgingham shrt and gause oun-
o ths body, and e a, had whooping cough for
hi other side of good Iaa:. 1d around and
r._ *._ ,_..__ eouM e no place to board, but a. .
I VC you have a" a he knewof a oo old
will all oa Gov. v- ot thal w w won't turn
lort, to address p ofw foed m getting
Soo i prevailed
.d: him lto let us stop at th house that
m* ,ihtL. Thoent morning I looked down
Comn and stand set and It was vry dreary to
ry Pmiut fw f e r e, r e erywhere, nowhere to go.
tam I not in the I 't sIeP In the woods tbeeaus it
b uab gMt ap- Was too sold, d couldn't eat without
u^PW .m JW r^nI lt fmnm I w unjot in
n a two sa, and not being able
dt IF Ay i nmontd, it looked do-
idu;dp. R ople would tell us.
S Whys, boy, If there any work here
SWe would ive t to our own boys; we
S s to have had a hard winter; it was very
e of his breth- eole did not plan to le idle so
and where 140." Well anyhow, my friend and I
e a mod go t mto quarelin, like people generally
sh one has i hie o when hard up. When we are al
h = ,.and of h pd a. dight we get
ore we "D Mfb. Ia as bnid
S minor or lea t~r e *ce ad dileuRles arise
s an audience we grow quarrebme, and we no longer
malr lne. get alooe a we ought to. Well. he
r orwhole ooun- aid to f there was enly pee of us
Uml order, as we goutlIet Job, but two ofus scare
n de, evybody.That made mad right
o. ukmow oa l we out to hust Oweaposition,
Sof ndwent down to the captain of a
m maaki a vamel which was i there. I took a
tion to drinks befo n to him so
ve ba t as to 0a SVt^y@
other E o ort woun 1 edampt andH
> the two wouldn't hire me at all. I said. Ca-
r, and to" Met ee want to ship a manly He
st was drawa looked t e. He as, Yee, I want
it was Ma bagI tw. I sald to myself, if
witey was 4a I ae you'll have one of them.
anarto he, I want you to go two tripe,
IS kH % 104a 'give you $100 a trip. I didn't
f Mwhere he was going I said to
esi fremthe him, Well, I will go for on. He said,
p nia erse Canm ye steer s ea Tee. Can you
au Mid make a watch I would have
d wth the told him ye, foe I wanted tha Job.
IL e-v .m i na -
at the s o youI would rather ign
trdor v new. e looked at me a mnS but
Boh t that no asld all right, I walked in and nied
I i l that -l5 da W4r to the
thei an r up here on Capen
re p ly by ti ,of y from Jacksonvlle
ppus,) lor"da? Iaild, I am up here for re-
&M aa ten, eatluie He sayp a man that would
*io to the Great oam. u.p M and go to the banks of
usaatie ocean to Newfoudld for recreation would go
aa look aeros the to Hd for mpper. Well, didn't
las In the utmost know le that was where we were
t o awn we to h
t Hro, adin- of salt i d I aId to e
, brother te Wh we do with all this
ew more thean u o ald aet od flAn aidW
a tlra U ean whoetohbeel, o He ad, we eteI
Sf sly h them. How ma are we Ten of us.
a wat 8stio of Hew do we eate them? He sid, with
Mve, aN d in hboas and m as. I a dM to h. have
Sw we Matob ma h coed flsh with hook
d of and s befewe s me back to mee
ae s- ha salt H seaid yes. I said, we
MyX,. lr wmnVa m beeack in the world. But
a e anbhw, to make a lg atory short, we
he "Ny natue w01 and I 4t the "eSAd tie I
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of Florida, but I have found this, that
wherever I have gone I find the people
very much alike. I find that God Al-
mighty made them all. That they all
have warm hearts; that they have fair
minds, and that the love of a free peo-
pl exists in the breast of every one of
eitisens of this great country, and
that there is much for each one to ap-
preciate In the other. I find by coming
up here, looking into the faces of a
rugged people a people who are used
to endure hardships and do hard work,
each one ldivIdually striving to make
a living for himself and for hb family.
and to build up this great country of
ours. I to to the South, to my own
home, and I find people engaged In the
same occupation. I go in the West and
I find them engaged in the same way.
I find them all shdding tears over
graves of the dead. I find them ex-
in good will toward the living.
That be- the case, there is no reason
for quarrel ing or division at any time
anywhere. All that is needed at any
time is a common understanding, and
there will be no difference.
You should remember this much, that
although the intellects of men may dif-
fer very greatly, even as the highlands
and mountains and valleys in elevation
and depression, that the conscience of
man, the love of man is like a vast plain
without an undulation anywhere; it is
as level as the inland lake at dawn. The
proverbial pebble is thrown in the
lake disturbing it from shore to shore,
so whatever will disturb the conscience
of one man will disturb the conscience of
all men who have consienee, and most
of them have although a few have stab-
bed and murdered their so that it no lon-
ger directs them- I will say this that of
all the influences on this nation that tonds
to unite the people of all sections, that
the fraternal orders have exerted the
greatest influence for good and that
hey will continue to do so. (Applause.)
And that we are bound to be in future,
as we are at pr ent, a thoroughly uni-
ted people. (Applause.)
In looking k to the days when
Brth Boynton had a musket on his
should ad some of my relatives had
a muaske on their shoulders and I had
them on both sides, some In New Hamd-
*hire fighting one way, and Florida
fightingthe other, and we should look
back to that time as the natural conse-
quenes of the condition under which our
people lived. You can run away back
Into biblical times, and you will fnd the
door poets and lintels were sprinkled
with blood, sheep and lambs slain as
eaerfee to God. You find that the 8s-
vior was lain; that His blood was shed
for all of us. You will find that every
great thing that was done for the good
of humanity has been "asprnkled with
blood;" that it was blood-bought; that
there was shedding of innocent blood.
That is the way all these great bcanges
were Impresed upon the minds of the
people. If it was neceesary to the good
understanding of the pe of all this
country that they were brother, and
ththey should not quarrel about little
thing*, that they should not draw Im-
aginary hue and fight each other; if it
was neesary that blood should be shed,
and blood was shed, it ought to Impress
all of us with the futility ctstrife, and
that it should banish from our thoughts
any eetlomal dispotion on our part, and
that should consideronee for all that
th blood that was shed in that great
war was sufficient for all of the country
to look upon and ee that we have a com-
mon interest in this country; that we
have mIted It by the shedding of blood,
and hat we all should stand up for the
ome I from one end of it to t other;
that we should all love ea. We have
tested the mettle one of the other, ad
we hae found in every partnethae
try ukea sorge, like devoted ad lk
de e to what we deem sto
as o as our peple hare
tiny were ght, e were

ther
wA o eep aa o oes
,Ian e t he it it *OI
do


who have had the opp.u nlty to tomobli
sach other since the vil war have M1
derstood eash other and td
love each other morethan ever
in the history of the United State. (Ap- w
plause.) w
I desire to ay to you agn,that the
fraternal orders have p d eryo- a
spicuous part in all Whe 7r
b from athe southlaud come up t
thi country and meet with you, aNl
you go down there and meet wth th w
each away lov the other. Wa
find the Boston Dra wy A
back in 1876 or who be dow
into Carolina, when they went baek to h
Boston (it was a military ol" aniaam, &
they were in love with the
and wheo we find that the Caro
had gone up and visited Boetos. t oi
tho who came in contact with toh
brethren up there were in love with the ,
BostoneseM and so it goes. It is a mat- w
terof getting waited. You see, we
were as te great stretches of U
terri You cou live within ID to
mile of a man and not know anything
about him, and as a rule all you heard f
about him was something you di't
like; and we are all human, al l
to aome extent, and in a busina y
each one trying to take care of himself.
But when we come down to the grave-
yard, or when we end life as far as our
affections go we are all alike; we sym-
pathise with each other; we love each P
other; we are a common sle we a
have a common interest, the building
of a common country, and I am sure I
that the people of this great country in
will continue to beso o as theyliv t
good, and are inspired by thl same P
Freat spirit, having in mind the good of
humanity, us
I am satisfied that these fraternal or- PI
ranizations will spread their beneicent
Influence not only over this heisphere o
but over the stern one as we l, ad
there will be a time when the beneci- m
ariseof this institution shall completely m
circle the globe. That is what we hopes
to attain. S
We are all depdeMt uon ooe an-
other, remognlag one o00e eoaun- A
try, one flag, one oemuaoQ interest, ad 1



I Are You Insured?


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An Ohio politeia sipin
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If Not? Why Not?

Secretary Mutual Life Insurance Co
is writing the prettiest line of police
ever offered.
The one Company that stood the prol
ing of the Armstrong Committe an
came out with a clear Record.


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Learn to distinguish between Expense
and Investment. You can often afford
one when you can't the other.
Where has your money gone year by
year. What a lot of it you would have
if you had saved the nickels.
Some people, no doubt, have a point of
view but don't seem sharp enough
to penetrate anything. That's the
kind the man who will not insure has.
Take this matter up while health win
pemit and come around a&d lets tak
about it.


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il PO'T SAV4GS BANL.
Don't Ye w t to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of thee little ia-.
proved p`%ket n _banks to helpyou to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
o meadoaiflaedolar or caller cos. It of a size convenient to carry in the vet pocket
or a dba g. It is always redy to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an M utco wtb erbod in this vicdtty.
We ftua e a the ban free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
Open an eeount with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. Those banks are delivered to you
locked and ea eaty be opened by us.
Yeou welMd Mprlsed to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your mals change and depositing In a savings bank.
It Is not wise to save moeyby koeopi t In the house, because there is danger of loes by
thieves sand Are, and besides it is not makN -amythint. But place it with us and it is ea g sone-
thing. We pay per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
filtdali of pril and October.
Relowwe 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 deposted. Interest earned. Total am't
0 per cay for 6 years................. ... $11.14------...... ------..............$1 4
20per ay for 5 years.. ........... 8 .00.. .. .. ... 22.28.................... 386.I
25M per oy for Syear..-------....-..-...-..---.. --..391.25.---.....--.... 27.8..................--. 419.10
a0sper cayfor 5yersa.- -----.....-----.. 40.0......-----------. 88.42..---.........---.--...-.... .-----------,
50e per cay for 5year.. -...-..---..-......... 88-------..... .... 66.................... -- .
lOOe per cay for 5years-............... 1,66.00....----.....--......111.40.---.........--.......--- 1,67.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$360,821.19
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.


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.W, C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CA
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FLY.

TULLY 0 YAE6GR CO.
Dealers in

Live and Rolling

Stock
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST
MARK. VIZ:
BUGGI 3p5.00 nmd up
WAGONS 30.00ad up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.


PHONE 15.


P. O. Box 888.


Tallahassee, Fla.

Notice for Pbllkcatlo.
DNPAnSIUM o T gMN'UIO.
LAND OMCS AT OATIMMiLLU. FLA..
Notice is herbr given that the folowing-
md ttr has filed otice of his tito
make fil au ol Su Inppertof.lhS lh. ad tat

Sld Ud Mforthe fW of SW% of
113sIasmge th slanow Citnes 1to PIOe his
eotM o rMsiden upon and cultivationf mid
&IsC: ,na. A. M. Parker. Ed. Godwi, William
Koee. of Woodville. Ia.W..
W. 0. Rosuow.

For lent
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
Skitchn and bath room within blocks
of R00 14eL t 40W po emath.
Aof to
-tf HOWARD GAMBLB.

ThI fbids 1b. Skikb rne Amcedi

Is the only Lv Stoeek Insurance Co.,
in te asat te.t gw t ethe face
vamh of s oltte l aeountesble from


Four years ago, R. Hudson Burr was
nominated by te Democrats of Florida
and elected as a member of the State
Railroad Comiasion. Mr. Burr, at the
time of his announcement, was entirely
unknown to the people of the State.
He was engaged a ntle business
in Dade oontu. Mr. Burr's campaign
was managed by Guy I. Metelfe, a ndit
was a hummer, from start to finish.
He issued platform and code of prin-
eiples, and published them in every pa-
per in the State (at advertising rates)
that would sell him the space. Many of
the most dyed-in-the-wool corporation
newspapers refused to puplish his plat-
form, even as advertising matter, and
ridiculed his candidacy.
As an opponent he had Henry E. Day.
of Gainsvl, a former agent or the
Seaboard Air Line railway, and a man
who "stood well" with the corporation
interests who did everything to secure
his nomination.
Volusia was one of the few couutihe
in the State that failed to give Mr.
2urr a majority.
In his platform, published before his
nomination, he pledged the voters that
he would favor a three cent passenger
fare. At the time of his nomination,
the railroads were cIharng from 4 to 8
cents per mile. Following Burr's nom-
ination and election, two of the railroads
of the State voluntarily reduced the
passenger fare to 8 cents per mile-not
waiting for Burr's order to do so. After
his election, one of the flrst acts of the
Railroad Commission was to order the
Reduction of the passenger fare to 8 cents
per mile The commaiion has also re-
classified freight shipments, has com-
pelled the erection of depots, forced the
railroads to make better connections,
and otherwise rendered a great service
to the people.
At theime of Burr's election, the
lumber interests of the State were al-
most to a man, opposed to the State
Railroad Commission because of its in-
anity. Today our lumber interests would
pay the entire cost of the State Rail-
road Commission before they would see
it abolished.
When Burr was elected, our people
paid $8.90 to go from DeLand to Jack-
mon1fle and return; two months after
Burr's election they made the same trip
for $6.70-a having of about 80 percent
Burr's election puaLSI0 into the pock-
ets of every man who travels from De-
Land to Jacksonville and return.
Prom this one would Judge that the
people of DeLand would rise up and call
Burr blessed-that they wouldappreci-
ate what didforthem. They had a
chance n May 16 to show their appre-
ciation. How did they do it? They
went to the polls, and out of 276 votes
iar! Burr received 100, or about one
What does this mean? Are our peo-
ple opposd to lower freight and pea-
sootmsfares?
Are we unappreciaUtve? Have we no
sense of graitode for the public official
or the private itisen who fearleossly does
his duty?
Or do we just vote as the corporation
gang who controls Volusla county tolls
u to vote?
Let eachb voter decide for himself.
Let him ask ImselfI. "why did I vote
as I did?"-V- amd Reord.
I Il I 'I I


*!tym To *now IT


reward Li e Iasuuraae.
Now, this Mr. Droward. who's counted no coward.
1 the ume Mr. Drowned who In nineteen naught
Advoes, when lery, the liquid dispensary-
A ashamn or State atoina its own brand of bum.
The scheme on Its surface was cunningly two-
faced.
And a twist of its ok showed its subtle intent
Was to plaoe ever afr the arts of tbhe I after
On the easiest footing the law could Invent.
Now this ready-made statesman of keen penetra-
tion
or "ways that am dark and tricks that are vain"
Has a vision aaumoase that State life Insurance
Triekls "oil" for the faithful who man the "ma.
chine."
-Palatka News.
The Ocala Banner thinks that if Bryan
shall be elected President, his cousin
ex-Governor Jennings, of this State,
will have a good prospect for getting
into the abinet It would be strange
indeed If Mr. Bryan should affront the
public sentiment of the whole country
at the beginning of his administration
by such a flagrant act of nepotism. -
Live Oak Democrat.

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and
FANCY GOODS.
Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Material for
Fancy Work.
Utopia Wools in German-
town, Saxony and
Shetland.


Miss Adele.Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


STATIEHNT
Made under Setion 3. Chapter 411I. Laws of
to the Tax lloetor of Ia eoaunty ,
to be colloeetd for the current ear 11M a
te aPportionment of the mane to ber me'
funds for which mucha taxes have be s .vi:
Total Tax Year IM . ,41s.
Ammont pd to July lIt. IW .n:6g.O
APPORTIONM FT
menral tover nue 7.724 .M
Ain't paid to July let. 1106 7.'Ki Wl
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CHAIRS, * FLORIDA.
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out im a
's means


y of the fly or of
Snearly human in-
ay. You know
,h follws you toe
ly, in spite of the
es1er, tasting your
oth t1 the cream,
t adTar laI in
ery domestic, play
, but he's not lean;
et Is. Ya he is
SI call him the
say he was nasty.
hli nature reverts
on as your back is
gh you allow him
mapany, he imposes
I: when you are not


Wa or eatte ieeos upon an
meelvable flth. And If he Is
Il the country and the sani-
gmensts are Imperfect, as
sten are he whets appetite
aor which he will try to take
f with you by a formal visit
ry. Oh, hIs a gourmand,
the fly He will take any-
t or nk from typhoid soup
, to sputum jelly a la t. b.
stiferous insect has many
communicate disease from
to another or to plant the
saprephytes upon food. In
demies, it has been demon-
st flies became the medium
a by planting the vibrio upon
by sonteat from their feet
Sand ftom their deJecta,
aded wi bacteria. Wher-.
lbeodo of men So into eamp
ra Is early certain to break
though the water supply is
red from contamination.
asks are due to fly infection
Sspply. Sporad es of
tar bn ounry settlements
often the result of fly infec.
f water infection.
sias is of the most puussling
tates diseases, and the
to spread from one person to
me of the hardest problems
aLalterian today. You be-


g ijuease, borne into our luns by
gJ minted dust, butI b-
more than you do. I
B~ll E greater sources of in-
TI~lbhs somes about by
t fly piq sputum on
l w and fet and dejecta.
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.H a has recently
-dmore fully than Hoff.


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--be onvey

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to sske ermadso
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debt that many cases originate from
affection by the way of the Intestinal
tract' but with leprosv, I am firmly
;e;vteQed that the dwesse is caused
frhm eting infected food, and, if this
Is tre then this contagion is most
likely planted upon such food by flies
that obtain the infection from open
sores and the nasal and bronchial mucus
of old cases, which Is said to teem with
baslli.
Now, lets picture to you some of the
habits of the fly, and then we shall see
If It is unreasonable to believe that he
IM an Important factor in the spread of
dh~ se. Turn about you and see the
swarms of flies upondecaying vegetable
matter-in the garbage cans, on the
manure piles, everywhere. Watch the
Aies swarming upon the filth of the
streets, such as sputum and spit, and
bones and decaying vegetables. Follow
him further, and see him alighting upon
the eandy offered for sale by the street
venders, and on all the fruit at the
stands, especially the grapes and dates.
Don't tarry too long here, for you will
be disgusted, and will cease to eat fruit
flavored with fly specks; keep right on
in the quest after this insect's habits,
and notice the bakery where you buy
your bread and cakes and pies-fAles
there to put on the finishing layer.
And the meats, have you observed how
they are carried in open wagons through
the streets without protection, covered
with flies, and then hung up In the shop
where these same flies and others
swarm upon them? Cooking this meat
does not change the fact that this is
simply nasty. There is no other word
for It.
Then, after you have been in the
butchers, keep right on to the restaurant
kitchens, and alleys back of them, espe-
eially the cheap ones. I don't say you
ever ate there, but if you ever have,
yu won't go there again if you will
bt make one visit to these kitchens.
But there are others who must, per-
chance, eat there, and it is these whom
we should protect, not alone from these
filthy insects, but from the disease
which they carry.
And we must go into the shops and
homes of the poor-those unfortunates
whose houses are not protected by
screens to keep out flies. There you
will be disgusted! Flies everywhere!
In the children's mouth and noses; in
in the house, out of the house; on the
food left there upon the table which is
never cleared; on the food left over,
and which the children eat at all times
between meals; in the milk pitcher; in
the soup; in the molasses; in and upon
every conceivable thing! But at this
point I feel that you are beginning to
doubt. You are saying to yourselves
that it is true that the fly is flthy, but,
you are even now saying that the food
is cooked, and that the process will kill
any bacteria that might have been
planted by flies. Ah, but you forget and
overlook the danger. It is granted that
cooking will destroy all of these bacteria
readily, but it is not here that the dan-
ger lies. It is the food which has been
cooked and upon which the fly after-
ward alights that is the real danger,
and the longer this food remains un-
eaten after this contamination the
greater the proliablity that a colony has
grown, thereby increasing the dosage
of Infection. For you must me that in
cholera, say where the fly planted but
a few bacilla on potatoes or a bread
pudding, or something left over from a
meal a rapid growth would follow in a
few hours time, increasing thereby the
number of bacteria enormously.
This is no idle picture of the dangers
from fly infection. I have spent con-
siderable time in watching flies, and
we know that their dejects alone con-
tains millions of bacteria. I have fur-
thermore paid particular attention to
their habits in homes of the poor, for
here is where there is the greatest dan-
ger. The poor, nearly universally, leave
their tables set with cold food Ie't from
the previous meals. Flies assemble in
great numbers upon this food, and from
time to time the children run in and
help themselves, the remainder of the
food being served at the next meal.
Now, let us suppose that there is an
open vy on the premises or near by-
Mt t ist no neld for me to sait the
Ieture further. You know w ere that
1has been. If there are eases of
typhoid fever about, all the more ob-
ailUty that the fly will cary the Infec-
tion to others. In the Philippines It was
hard to cheek cholera because the les
metamlnated the foods and sweet staffs
sold by the venders. And If typhoid
fever and cholera, why not tubereulois
and leproay? Just spsed soma of your
time watoJ g flies after sputum and
spittle In your streets. Now, if there
s a eonamptlv ear who i shares
aU mot of hem are, t t unreasonable
to eeveo that BMs take this sutum
and deposit it on grapes sad dates and
eandts whish ye. jea ty family eat?

either in thea e or from a nearby
em, sad depeost the aciU On the left.
ov ood?
in a. need for me to eo ina-
know to be aassible aa4u>sah-y s.


astu-bot about whis ye are mere
or les ldleest. A that I

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paid by August 165th will be advertied.
No exception will be made.
W. D. WILou,
-t COlecter.



sabseriae for The Trhee Disnsa.
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be able to enforce our advanced knowl-
edge upon the attention of the Pnblie
Let me suggest that you begin the
warfare against the fly by talking against
him to his natural born enemy, the
housekeeper. She is not slow In accept-
ing new ideas when they concern the
betterment of humanity and the preven-
tion of disease. Here her heart bests
true and understandingly. Therefore,
let me urge you to talk flies (and other
insects, too, for that matter) to your
lady friends.
And why not try and get started a
movement to compel livery stables and
dairies to properly care for the manure?
Also, urge upon every one the screen-
ing of houses, and especially of good,
and whenl you buy food patronize those
stores that try to be clean.
And, as a sample of what a hot fight
you can get into, make an effort to com-
pel some of the filthy sellers of candy,
fruits, breads and pastries to protect
their articles from fly contamination.
As sanitarians, lend the helping hand
to the ladies in their efforts to make
the city officials enforce the garbage
contracts. Last of all, as the saying
goes, let each of you doctors who keep
horses sweep before your own doorstep.
Church Notices
Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M.
Poage, Pastor. -Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested fo attend The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
First Baptist Church, Rev. F. W.
Cramer, Pastor.-Services Sunday at 10
a. m. and 7.46 p. m. Bible School, 10
a. m. Junior Baptist Union, 4 p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. U,., 7.16 p. m. You
will be most cordially welcome. Come.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.--Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7.80 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. inm.
Christian Science. -Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the postoffice. This room is
also used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.
Roclkefeller anda Sryaa.
Two Americans traveling abroad for
health and pleasure will during the suc-
ceeding month return to these their
native shores. One of them is the rich-
est man in the world. More than any
other in his generation he epitomizes
the spirit of the age, material accom-
plishment. Beyond all others he has
mastered and turned to his own use the
dominant principle of modern civilisa-
tion organization, the systematizing
of the forces which take natural re-
sources and turn them into gold. He
sits upon the apex of his complex crea-
tion and reaps a greater harvest of the
work of other hands and other brains
than any other man In the history of the
world. When he returns to his native
land he will be met at the dock only by
his immediate relatives, and not by all
of those. If any of the idly curious
gather, their curiosity will be tinged
with malevolence. The other traveler's
ears before he is in sight of shore, will
catch the excited cheering of an almost
hysterically friendly nation. Men will
envy other men because they were the
first to grasp his hand. Delegations
will vie to be the first to welcome him.
One wonders if either of these men will
envy the other Would Rockefeller
part with his possessions for the affec-
tion of a nation? If the twenty millions
he has given to philanthropy were a bid
for popularity, the investment has been
without return. Certainly Mr. Bryan
will not envy Mr Rockefeller. He has,
in the ten years nince he was unknown
and very poor earned and saved enough
money to make him comfortable, and
he has earned much that money never
yet has bought. Collier's Weekly.
"Answering many inquiries," about
the case of Cooper, convicted and sen-
tenced to death for the murder of City
Marshal Bowman, but the execution of
sentence in which has been deferred by
the fight Cooper's attorney has made for
his client's life, the Punta Gorda Herald
says there is nothing new in it, and con-
tinues: "The man is still in Arcadia
Jail, under sentence of death' but will
not be executed until the governor is-
sues to neeesary warrant. What the
governor intends doing, no one in this
locality seems to know. Meantime, it
i thought that the lawyer in theeas
is still hunting evidence to save his client
and, for all that Cooper was In Japan
at the time Bowman was murdered.
There Is no telling what an active, vi-
Ilant, capable lawyer may accomplish.'

All property on which taxes are not


Pllp One- at LamrmL
When p for the b
your vauble in -the h l-
safe. Very one remember s tln
iar sign hang at resort but s
many Sund vto r to
forgot it or dIod t rem ,
their sorrow. e oat
briny waters after a mo reta hl.
swim and preparing for dinner, the
found some of their valuables IM ale
taken an excursion.
Oneof thefirst to raise the ali
Guoerry Strong of Tallahasee
of Will Strong of this ety. He had a
$25 diamond stick-pin, which ad
carefully coneesaled under the lap
his coat. When he went to sreve It
'twas gone. A Mr. Buford, Talls-
hassee, then discovered that a geM cuff
button left in his shirt was alse ge,
and S. W. Clark, another exeasuist,
sent out an alarm that 6 had beae
taken from his trousers pocket.
About this time it became knew at
Miss Alberta Jackson, daughter of A.
E. Jackson of Cuthbert,-who lives in a
cottage nearby, had been robbed of a
$40 diamond ring left at her tw.upor-j
home. Excitement ran high, and it was
feared that some one might even have
the audacity to bold up the cooks and
waiters and take away the much-longed
for meal.
Mr. E. A. Jackson then got every one
to stand still and for once the noted
"You can search me" was literally ap-
plied. They searched me, you and ev-
erybody but the miming trinkets might
as well have been asleep in the deep for
all the appearance they put in.
The manager of the hotel, Mr. Zach-
ary then telegraphed to the sheriff at
Talahssee to board the train when it
reached that metropolis and make a
thorough search for the missing Jewel-
ry, but as the train had to stop about
half an hour down the road owing to a
derailment or a wreck, but to unavoid-
able breakdown or something of that
nature, it was evident that a sheriff
would not be able to locate much of a
diamond output on that train.
Will Strong was seen yesterday and
declared that everybody had a delightful
time and that the botel had provided an
excellent and satisfying dinner, despite
the fact that only 58 had registered but
108 showed up for the meal. He Inti-
mated that the sneak thieves are sup-
posed to have come on from Quincy,
Fla., in honor of the occasion, but that
there is no proof of this, so far as can
be ascertained. -Bainbridge Tribune.
Best Cabinet Photographs in
Tallahassee, $2.50 per dozen. 22
Tampa Floria State Fair.
Appreciating the great service ren-
dered by the press of Florida in the pro-
motion of the Florida State Fair, it is
the intention of the Fair Association to
give in honor of the press and the leg-
islative members a grand banquet,
which as was the case last year. will
be held on the evening of November
14th, which will be known as press day,
and for which special entertainment
will be furnished press members.
The fair this year will be held No-
vember 14 to 29, and will be on an even
grander scale than that of last year.
Every county in the State ought to be
represented by an exhibit, la in order
that all may be on an absolutely equal
basis, it has been decided to offer four
large cash first prises--one for the ban-
ner county of North Florida, another
for the banner county of East Florida,
another for the banner county of Mid-
dle Florida, and still another for the
banner county of South Florida. These
four counties on terms that will be ab-
solutely equal, will be expected to com-
pete for the grand prise.


Do You Want a Horse or Mule? I


CALL ON


Headquarters for first class stock.

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


Havejust received a D IT X^t |
car load of handsome BU U U S
as was ever brought to Tallahssee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harm
SnV 140 S. Maim St.
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rights as aeiltisea. Add to the motal
force of the laty. Push the salon Into
oblivion. Florida Christian Adveoste.
Lu be 3 M O aNs T eam s.
Jacksonville Metropolis: A deal in-
volving Oo0000 35,000, l t lum-
ner deal in the of cdYlosed
ast Priday a ar, I L.
Philips A o. ofe6o U a This
ws babd the !aw deal in
a immediCate section
of the country. 4
The o40,000 areas on whi this timber
is found is located near Tallabasee
Pla., and was purchased from Vereen
& Smith ofMoultrie. and William God-
fre y ., of Cheraw, S. C.
larger portion of the timber is
round virgin t ad is not subject
to tor ne leasi. The deal aries
with land timber and all. A small
portion of the deal ls for timber only,
which has been turpeatined.
This is ee of the est ok of
round timber not sube to turpetine
lease in this section.
J. L. Philips & Co. will begin imme-
diately the erection of saw mills to
manufacture this timber. They will
cut about 26a000 0 feet per year and
this in connectn with their mills in
Alaama and wast Forida willve an
annual production of about 5000000
feet per year from their own ilk he
wholesale business of this concern gives
the company a capacity of about 100,
000,000 feet yar .

Rooms, centrally heated. Apply to
Mrs. M. G. Barriagton, 548 Sooth Ad-
ams street. 21-t
White Canvas Shoes and Straw Hate
are being closed out at Buras & Co.'a
at popular prices. 2t-tf
Warranty Deeds, legal form. True
Democrat Office. tf

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NOTIC is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction on the
eth day f August. 11, in front of the court house door. at Tallahamee., in the county of Laon. or so
mueh tereof as will be neoesar to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same. to-
ether with eat of such male and advertiminf:


DESCRIPTION OF LAND.


Lot No. 8 In the Sw% of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots J. C. Dyer's sur-
vey of lands of G. A. Chalres, as
per plat recorded in Deed Book P,
pac e 7 ......,.......................... 81
Lot No. 1i In the iw'4 of at. Augus-
tlne branch lots J. C. Dyer's sur-
.. ve of lands of G. A. C alres as
per plat recorded in Deed Book P.
to 7 l ..... ........ ........... 81
That part of the "I of the naU
lying north of the A. L. BlR -
way ................... .............. 30
Ne % of e n .... ......... ... .... 20
W% of nw and ne% of nw%...........11
That part of % of nwk 77 acres
lyI:a w of the Tallahassee A
Thomasvllle road also that part of
the 9% of sw'. M aresr, tying west
of the Tallahassee e B4rufordville
road. and bounded on the west by
Harriet Daniels tract, and on the
south by Toblas Paines' land, as
per deed with plat on same record-
ed In Deed Book 8. pae 1U ezx-
cept U -06.1 acres to Fred Larkin,
SX acres to Mrs. M. H. Meglnnisa,
% of an acre to church, I acre to
school house, 4% acres to Loring
Zion Society. % of an acre to Rob-
ert Robinson ......................... 3
W' of se% and sw% ..................
a 10 acres In tinhe" niw,, described
to-'wit: Beginning at the southwest
corner of the said nw% and run
east 17 90-100 chs., thence north
20 40-100 cs, thence west 17 90-100
chs,. thence south 30 40-100 chs to
the place of beginning .............. 30
Ne4 of nw% and w% of nej .........36
4 acres of land off the e side of SW'4
of sw% ................. ........ 8
Lot No. 2 in e% of ne'4. am per plat
recorded in Deed Book E E. page
6W .. ..................................... 20
Nw% and w% of ne ................2 M(
E% of ne%, w% of nw'4 of nw ...... ,
Nw% of se% and netA of sw14 ...... o30
Lot No. 37. aa per pl.t recorded In
Deed Book F F, page 5I,. in the
aw% ...... ..... .....................
Lot No. 4. of block No. 2. a per plat
recorded in Deed Book H1 H. page
52. In ne nofl e ................ 3
Lot No. 15 of block No 2. i. por plit
recorded In Deed Book H IH. opage
6a2. In ne% of ne%. ................ 35
Lot No. 16. of block No. 2. as per
plat as recorded In Deed Bok H11
H. page 6W2. in ne4 of ne'4 .......... 36
Lot No. 19. of block No. 4. as pe.r
plat recorded In l)eed Book H H.f.
page 52, in ne% of ne.............. 36
Lot No. 21. of block No. 4. at per
plat recorded in Deed Book 11 H.
page 02. In ne of ne% ............. 35
1L Lot No. 22. of block No. 4, as per
plat recorded in Deed Book H H.
page In ne o ne ............ 35
Lot No. 6. of block No. 5. Mu per
plat recorded In Deed Book H IH.
page M. In ne.% of ne' ......... ..36
Lot No. IL of block No. 5. ad per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page In ne'A of ne ........... 5
Lot No. 11. of block No. 5 ar per
plat recorded In Deed Book H 11.
page U2. In ne4 of ne' .......... A
Irranct. n % of ae Ma) and fract.
ae% of ne'k (3D a) ................ 26
Tract. w% or w% ..................... 26
All south of the Ockl.ckonee river
of tract ........... ... ..........


NAMEE OF OWNER
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In le 400-1000 Lettice King ......


In le 1907-1000 Unknown .... .....

In 3e 19 90-100
In 3e 40 )JF. P. Patton ........
2n le 130 Moses and Jefferson
Spencer .... ......


2n la R% Ned
2n 2o w0
2'n 2e 10 J F.


Nelson ......
Walter ......


38 6-10 Godfred Wilson
Simon Wilson, Jr...
120 B. F. Walter ......
6 Mary Hayes .... ...


In 1w

In 1w

In lw

In Iw

In Iw

In 1w

In 1w

In Iw

In Iw


3% Margaret Edwards.
240
1( j Amos Parish ......
W0 Margaret Edwardr.

Ella Carter ........

Well-r & Costa....

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown ..........

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown ..........

Unknown .... ......
so

13 J William McCabe
est.. W. B. Tay-
lor. executor ........


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DESCRIPTION OF LAND.


corded in office of clerk of Circuit
C ourt ................ .................. 2
Lot No. 3. of block 23, In Villa Mitch-
ell. In sees. 1 and 2, an per plat re-
corded In office of clerk of Circuit
Court .......... ....................... 2
NeO of sw% ............................ 9
EI of w'4 .............................. 29
8% of sej and sw% .................
Nw% of ne% of sw% .................. 31
That part of the a% lying south of
Forbes purchase line ................ 36
N% of ne% and se of ne%............. 4
Ne% of se% ............................
N% oft s of se% and a% of nw%4
of se' %... .......... ...... ........... 9
8w% of nw% .......................... 10
Be % of ei and e% of sw% of se4.. 15
Se% of se% ............................ 211
All, except e% of se% of se%......... 26
E% of se%4 of s % ................ .... 2
All s and a of the Ocklockonee river M

All of the neo south of Porves pur-
chase line of .......................... 1

W% of sw % .......................... 9

Ne% of ae% and e% of w% of se%.... 15

1 acres of land In se ................. 2
(Described to-wit: Commencing at
a point 140 yds north of the said
ThatparteofBW%of % ..................
lying soth and east of the Tallahass and
MIecoseukie public road. containing. ....
s8% w w of .......................... . ..
X%ofSa of-- ........... ... ......
That 4t lying at of a Braneh the Nehvof 81
Wia_ N % and NeV of Nw% of. .382
east corner of said se% and run
north 140 yds, thence west 140 yda.
thence south 140 yds, thence east
140 yds to the place of beginning)..
Nw%4 of neA, nw%, n% of sw%........ 3
W% of ne% and nek or ne% .......... 10


1 44 E% of msw' and se'4 of nwY........
20 1 N w '1 of ne .......................
6 11 Fract n, of ne me' () a) and frac..
and exc'.pt the P', f ne% of se%..
2 18 Part of T C lot N< 5 0 P. described
to-wit: HltginnifnK at the ae corner
of said lot 5. and rtin west 77 feet
1 2u thence north 70 fo.-t thence enst 77
ft. and thenre s oth 70 ft to place
S of beglnnlng .... ....... ............
1 29 T C lot No. 301 0 .................
Part of the wLi of nww4 of T C lot
Beginning at the nw corner of mild
1 29 lot 41 and run a.-t aA ft and 6
Inches, thence ,,.uth 110 rt and 9
Inches. thence we*,t IP ft and 6
1 9 Inches. thence north 100 ft and I
Inches to the place of beginning....
The w 2-6 or the went 40 ft of lot D,
121 of T C lot No. 51. N W A. as per
plat recorded in )Deed Book H H.
page 01 ................................
I The e 2-6 or the east 40 test of lot
No. 62. N W A. aa per plat re-
corded In Deed iook H H. paae 61
1 29 Lot T. of T C lot No. M. N W A. as
per plat recorded In Deed Book J J,
1 4 of w% of the at of T C lot No.
7. n' C o ..........................
2 ft of the e side of T C lots Nos.
1 2 70 and 71 s% Co .....................


W. A. DEN
72 TAX (


NAME OF OWNER.

Eo ro


1s lw % J. W.Adams......


% C. C. Ausnerman ..
40 Wm. McCabe estate
W. B. Taytor. exetr
10 R. W. Ashmore ....
240 Win. McCatb estate
W. B. Taylor, exotr
10 MIss Susan J. Harsh


1w 52 52-100
:w 120
2w 40
2w OD
2w 40
2w OD
2w 40
4w 620
4w 20
Sw 3o


2a lw

2a lw

2s 2w

2n 2w


W. B. Taylor.......
Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ............
SValley Pine Lum-
ber COo ...........
alley Pine Lum-
ber Co .............
Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co .............
Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ...........
W. W. McOrit ....
Unknown ..........
William McCabe
estate, W. B. Tay-
lor, exetr ..........


10 Willmam MoCabe eat

80 William McCabe eat
W. B. Taylor. exec-
utor ........ ........
10 Heirs of C. dg r
Nims eat, J. W.
Green, guardian ..
4 Ephraim Jonnson


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E. C. Sm ith............
Mrs. LouiM R. Moor estate
Mrs. Lousa R. Moor estate
Mrs. Louisa R. Moor estter


2. 2w 20 J. J. Pearce and R.
W. Ashinore, Jr....
.' 2'w 12.0 William McCube
estate. W, B. Tay-
lor, exctr ............
it 2w 120 Win. F. Hartafleld.
.. 2w 40 Wm. McCabe estate,
W. B. Taytor excttr


.* 5w


140 Unknown.... ......
Janimrnile M. d. Alex-
under a B4 interest.
Mary Wright a %
Interest. Mary
SWrllht agt ......
Ella Junes ..........


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140
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4 97


Sophle Mc

Susie Combs ........

Susie Combs ........

William Jenkins ...
Magge Hall ......
Mrs. Ellen Willinams
estate, R. A. Shine
admtr ............


IILLY,
COLLECTORS


LEON COUNTY. FLA


Tried Ir Asault.
In the county court Wednesday morn-
ing Alfred Hill was tried for assault
with intent to commit murder wpe
Ned Clark, a negro who was ling Ia
the same house. The evidence showed
the case to be briefly this:
Hill had informed Clark that he,
Clark, most find another board
house, whereupon oMath and abm
lowed. Clark kept up his incensed e
ing until late at night. At anm ar yher
in the morning he climbed or thepa
titlon between the two rooma isd be-
fore Hill could act had grabbed a sbot
gun which stood In the coe. Bthe
grabbed the barrel end, Hill grasplng
the stock at about the afe1 .
few twists and blows sad a was
horse do combat, nmo
etc. Hill' wife took hMe
through the window, notitw the
neighbors, who arrived inahe -toam

pretty bsdly, but was well able to ap
par W Court.
Col. W. C. Hod= KprMm ted Ie
defendant, who d d
had been proved
by Hodfa w

this ease he uied the pMowig po
insanity with anem
Judge Whitlelddiewiddtht thown
was plainly 0e0 of t edaa,
declared that the prisonerwaot
of the offence as charged.
Den Nerrtu ettot Months.
Ben Merritt a ro boy who ad
been living high off of nindom
stolen with a coat from Mr. Robt. 1vy
at Damon's store Monda wa
arrested by Deputy rff
Wednesday. Ben had $1.6 in his pocket
when found; six dollars of the rest be
had invested in a bicycle from Asm
Wanish, and the $1.45 remaining hb had
"ported" on. He was persuaded to
find the coat behind Damon's store,
where he had hid it in some bushes.
He was arraigned before the county
court Wednesday afternoon and sent up
for six months.
Pretty Bitlday Pa&y.
Little Florenc e gave a party to
a number of her young friends at her
home Monday afternoon in celebration
of her seventh birthday. The children
joined in juvenile jollitfes and the time
was spent in perfect pleasure. All
were happy in the games and gambols,
and were equally delighted at the de-
licious delicacies served so stylishly.
The hostess was dressed very prettily
in a arb a male reporter is unable to
describe.
Maity birthday tokens of remem-
brance were given, and the party was
unanimously voted a success.
Stomacb Troubles and Covtilplbta.
No one can reasonably hope for good
digestion when the bowels are eopsti
pated. Mr. Charles Baldwin, of 1M-
wardsville, Ill., says: "I suffered from
chronic constipation and stomabh trou-
bles for several years, but thanks to
Chamberlain's Stomach and iUvr Tab-
lets am almost cured." Why not get a
package of thee Tablets and get well
and stay well? Price 26 events. For al
by all druggists.


All that part of the e% of se'4. lying
north of what ia known am Buck
Pond. and lying between said point
and the a and w% sections of mald
see. 3. and on sald line a distance
of S2-100 cha. commencing where
aid line crosses the northern part
of said pond and running thence
east 6 -m10 chs. 1 acre..............
NeY of ne14 of anw ................
Se% of ne% and se'4 of sw', ..........

S% of ne% of sw% ..................
oe of nw% ......... ..........
eek of IW% ..............................
ae of @-% ...' .. . ..... .....
SA lot of land berWinnlin it a pa.nt
W of the ce corner of Builevard mt.
and 0 ft. a of the traet of the P.
A. LRwy and runninE w with the
* line of said rillway 19 feet thence
S 1 ft.. thence e oI1 ft. and thence
north W00 ft. to h@innlng *n the
nw%, esxot a stp s ft. wide off
the *aside o the state Normal
o dIadustrl m ..............
Lo Ne. LatS o s Villa tch-
S I be saeiue s -iliac
litis& asvi p af
95 U f S Cre sor.t e C rt


Travis Robinson ...
10 Isabella Gaulden...
So0 ulf Lumber Co..
Sidney 0. Well.
A t .................
10 (eorglana Nelson...
in w B1 Tavlor.........
i J. H. Lowry ..........
W W. B. Taylor .......


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Bell .........


I. Wilt ......


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Deatb of Back Ball. Sam Smallwoed Given Three Neathl. Prof I1. I. Himes has returned from
An old negro, well known and re- In the northern part of the count Tallahassee, where for thepat six
spected throughout the community. near Meridian, a nego. Sam Small orweek in he has been s aged as an In-
succumbed to the hand of death through wood was brought before Justice of structor in th the State Nor form tweac
the medium of dropsy on last Saturday. the Peace Richard Dorae, upon the der Hide reports th at the normal was the
to Hi daughter carried him to Thomas- charge of "breaking and entering" dtcndd cek as the interest ad the
1 43 ville for treatment, but he was beyond really a case for the circuit court. He attendance kept up remarkably welL-
human aid when he got there. The was convicted, however, in the justice's P*ltka Times Heral.
144 white people all knew Buck Hall as a court and iven three month. of hard r
94 very courteous and well meaning labor. He ad better congratulate him
.1 4 man, and he will be missed greatly. self that the case didn't go before the
b*' proper court, for the offence isa a grave '
Registrate Nti...ce. one and warrants a heavier penalty. Notice he PalietUe.
Tallahasaee. Fl., JJuly 17, 19M. .. -pn
The Registration BooksofLeonMCoun- The True Democrat is a newspaper LANDrozAT,(4MaTu a iL }
ty will be kept open at the court house an one can send from home and be not (.
in Tallahassee on Thursday PWday and ashamedd of the appearance of it, being Nt is hereby ivon that the a
Saturday in each week, frmn the 9th neat and cleanly printed, filledwell wit ~l m inesupriot b e.
day of August until te W 1th day of home items and well selected reading pnllt he mlbe w ar-J.e. .
sI October, A. D. 190. matter, advocating affairs in the inter. m-oner. at his s at
P. CAlm_ eat of the many against a sofHtsh few. A iF2. 11,1W ,l
Suevisorof Regsltratlm for L o Sucribe to several copies and mail n a!Ito SW%

.nt1-4t therA "regularly to 7your' red.for- it am nae
Phone, writeortela* all Iems ft will go as ma niteresting letter to them 7, ,-
Sdkr. power Galias; Wea-rsLager; Devo.

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IL K DWONT.


WU- iVD V3irY RIDAY MORNING.


,, Wsm and coeksemb All
Ot ne gar infV _ow;
Aw t their burdems *pill--
Iseyow i v bough.
MfSE E the blaInl AuuMt sun
Rows of eoW *tand, brown and tall,
And the air, whe, day Ii done.
soar a trade of eomins fall.
-Farmn Journal.
LISTTR TO TALLARASSEK GAS CO.
Tallahassee, via.
Dear Sir: Mr Avery, Delhi, N
Y. had two houses exactly alike, and
ented them: one Devoe lead-and-zinc
other barytes-and-sinc,. ie pak
sm -e price for both paints.
H used six gSallonw of lead-and-zinc
1j gallons barytes-and-zinc.
He Paid 918 for painting lead-and
Ac 86 for painting barytes-and-zinc
The total cuet of the lead-and-zine
A was $27; the total cost of the
tes-and-zinc job was $54.
Didn't know he was buying barytes
the dealer told him that paint wan ai
good as Devoe.
A fair example of how it generally
elme-out, when you buy "something
fast as good." Better go by the name
the name; and the name is Devoe.
Yours truly.
F. W. bDVor & ro.,
New York.
P. 8. Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint.

gult the Democratic Party.
The Palatka News given to Floridians
the following on the former "watch dog
of the treasury:
"John P. Wall of Putnam Hall, was
in Palatka last Monday. Some of you
may have forgotten that Mr. Wall was
a candidate in the May primary for the
oftee of State Senator from thin diM-
trUit. If you have, it certainly isn't
Mr. Wall's fault.
During his visit to the city Mr. Wall
called at this office. He wanted to know
who was the author of certain verses
entitled "A Voice from the Tomb,"
published In the News some three weekM
ago. He w glven the desired informa-
and seemed satisfied. ie then
submitted a letter for publication in
thi par which was addressed to the
Time@-Herald. The editor of the News
declined it on the ground that the
Times-Herald had always been Mr
Wall's mouthpiece and the News didi
not wish to appear as interferiig with
the existing order.
"The most important in formation vol-
unteered by Mr. Wall during his visit
to this office was the statement that he
would not support the entire Democratic
ticket nominated in this county in the
May primarlea.
"Ke was most emphatic in his deter-
Inination not to support the gentleman
with whom he contented for the nena-
toehip, and whose majority was the
lalrl ever given a Democratic candi-
da In this county.
Mr. Wall's announcement will sur-
prise but few Democrat, iby the many
It wil be met with an "I told you o.
Of a se a refusaltosupiprt t ticket
Ma omfmated reads Mr. Wall out of the
i tic party. Hin statement wax
Sn preence of both publishers of
ai. W all ha been repeatedly hon-
o1r yi the Democratic party of Plut-
noa county, and he has no reason other
than his late overwhelming defeat for
hias eent soreness. That defeat wan
ael-invited, and, in the matter of its
thoroughness, was due both to his egre-
toutI vanity and his introduction of
dirty politics into a camp of Democrats
wholly unprepared by previous experi-
"Mr. Wall never belonged to that
ella. of Democrats who are such from
Iprnlple. With him the pursuitof pol.
ro- has been wholly selfish. He has
etleked politics assameans of support.
That is the reason why defeat is so
gallng. Defeat hurt his vanity.
"Go back to those days of Republi-
aan and negro domination in this coun-
ty, when Mr. E. 8. Crill, 8S. J. Kenner-
J. L. Burton, Dr. G. R. Mprague, S.
i Timmos. James Fenneo, W. H.
Cook, Jared 1. Wimberly and a core of
other men yet living were working
teoth and nail to secure Democratic as-
esmdsnoy, and a return to white mu-
aS#y, and where do you find Mr.
'Tba record at the court houne will
eou that he was occupying a public
by virtue of his willingness to
a the enemies of Democracy. His
was an humble one. to be sure,
Itwas not that brand of humble-
maw compatible with Southern Democ-
"Thb News believes that men of this
stamp ean well be spared even from the
rank and file of D)emocracy. Certainly
the are not entitled to leadership.
'And this paper will not o|i'n Its col-
umns to them that they may exploit
their "peculiar virtues."
Gtves to Die.
B. piegel. 1204 N. Virginia St., Kyv-
aqeville, Ind., writes: "For over five
ylar I was troubled with kidney and
bedier affections which caused me much
U and worry. Iloest flesh and was all


Sd n, and a year agohad toaban-
d ew k entirety. I had three of the
phyaislans, who did me no good,
I W practically given up to die.
eKtdey Cure was recommended
rt i bottle igave me great re-
d after taking the eond hot-
WS entirely ured." Sold by all



VWbe -fop aeD eanr. 1
Ibsbaelbe for T Me Tue D-ooeri.


STATZ BOARD
OF


RKALTH.


Gives lafmtmtlea That Is ValaMble
to the Peeple of This State
ThreeJh Iulletlas.
The State Board of Health, by issi-
ing monthly bulletins and special leaf-
lets for general distribution, is perform.
ing a splendid work for the people of
Florida. Special Inspector H. N. Brooks
is seeing that the information thus sup-
plied reaches those sources where it will
prove most effective.
The State Board of Health is com-
posed of Hon. E. M. Hendry, Tampa,
president; Dr. IH. L. Simpson, of Pen-
sarola, and Capt. lHarry Fozzard, of
Pensacola.


IFTH OVF ('IAI.H MP.LOYED
The officials in thjmploy of the
; board are as follows: r. J Y. Porter,
s, secretary and State health officer; Dr.
Hiram Byrd, firmt assistant to State
health officer; l)r. C. T. Young, second
assistant; Dr. Roy Chalker, third as
: distant, and Dr. C. Wilcox. fourth an
distant, Dr. Eduardo Andrade, bacteria
ologint, with Dr. If S. Holloway an his
m 'itant; l)r. Charles F. Dawnon, vet,
erinarian; K. J. L'Engle, attorney
NOTIFY THE BOARD.
In a recent pamplet the State boarc
informs the public that it wants to be
always informed on the following mat
tern:
When there in an eruptive disease in
the community -it may be smallpox.
When you suspect diphtheria-- the
board will make a diagnosis and pay for
antitoxin used for the indigent.
When typhoid fever prevails the
board will make a diagnosis and deter-
Smine, if possible, the source of the in-
vauion.
When malaria prevails the board will
examine the blood for the malarial par-
asite, and tell you how to stay Ho when
you get well.
When any communicable disease is
present, an rneasles, scarlet fever,
whooping cough, chicken pox, mumps,
etc. well-directed management may
prevent an epidemic.
When the management of tuberculo-
Sin is in question the board will give
best advice of the time.
When yellow fever, cholera, hbuboni'
plague or mallpox exists the Ibordi
assuimeM management and control.
When horse or mules art. suspectedl
of having glanders the 1ourd will send
the veterinarian, who will investigate
and tell you what to do
When ogm are dying the vet riinm-
rian will help you to arrest the disMase.
When hydrophobia occurs in dot)gs or
other animals the board willcorrall the
diseased animals and arrest its spread.
When anyone is bitten byhv a supposed-
ly mad dog the board will examine the
head of the dog and tell you whether or
not the dog in mad.
When water is sumpectei oif being
contaminated the board will examine
and find out.
When problems of sewage ldimposal
arise the board will help to solve them
no as not to endanger the health of any-
one.
When mosquitoes trouble you at your
home the board will tell you how to
get rid of them.
When your neighbors' mosquitoes
trouble you the board will innint on
your neighbor getting rid of mosquito-
breeding places.
When any sanitary nuisance exists in
a community the board will cause the
name to be abated.
When any question pertaining to pub-
lic health in raised the board will give
proper guidance.
Cared Say Fever and Summer Cold.
A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
writes: "Last summer I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symptoms
of hay fever, and a doctor's prescrip-
tion did not reach my case, and I took
several medicines which seemed only to
aggravate my case. Fortunately I in-
sisted upon having Foley's Honey and
Tar and it quickly cured me. My wife
has since used Foley's Honey and Tar
with the same success." Sold by all
druggists. *
A Ne re Waited Work.
Possibly fearing that the vagrant law
is going to be enforced in this city as
suggested by the Tribune yesterday, a
negro armed with a hoe and wearing
an ambitious look on his face, approached
Judge Maxwell yesterday and asked if
the magistrate had any weed-cutting
job to give him.
"You are looking for work?" gasped
the astonished judge. "Mv. my, am I
in my right senses. Maybe the sun
ha affected my vision. Do I really see
a man before me who is looking for
work in the Bureau of Tall Grasse.,
Department of Ctommerce and Labor? "
"Yes, sah dat' what I es. I wants
to wurruk, Jedge
"Well," said the Judge, "you shall
have it, and lots of it. -Bainbridge
Tribune.
'Nale Nay While the SeB Slaes."'
There ia a lesson in the work of the
thrifty farmer. He knows that the
bright sumhine may last but a day and
he proepres for the showers which are
o able to follow. So It should be with
every househokL Dysentery, diarrhea
and cholera mrbo may attack m
member of the bomae wItt WSaringS.
amberlaia1' Coe. Cer a Dia.


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and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest improved
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.



Print and Prosper!


See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I
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Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
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CALL PHONE; SEE AND OET US.


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)r riaujeate.
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General Repair Shop.
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Stomach and Liver
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SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
--FOR-
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING-
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- NEW YORK. - -


of experience . TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
1 SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
A1 portion of the public SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.
patronage Is solicited,
and satisfaction guaran. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
teed. THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
'train, comrnposed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Economy Fence Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation
Economy ence Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
If you intend to do Fenc- York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
ing, it will pay you to see sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for ONLY LINE
the sale of the Economy Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
Fence, and know it to be Operating Daily Through Szeepers from Jacksonville


me very

BEST and

HBA PES7


Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.


William Roberts,
SALES AGENT,
40-tf Centreville, - Florida.



Cream Vermifuge

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TH CHILDREN'S FAVONITl TONIC.
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For full


to New Orleans.
information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write


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


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


Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad Co.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20, 1906.
Mail and P - Froilht Mall and _ p-- Fregt
Ia- n and Passen. s Pasa n- Psan-
t.T ser. ger. wrt. sr. er. amser.
..-- .-- STATIONS.
No No.5 No.3 No, 7 No.6 No. 12 No 4
No ai Sunday DaIly x. Daily ex. Sunday Sunday Dil z.
DaIly. only. Sunday. Sunday. only. only. Sunday.
A. M. P.M. P. M. P.M. P.M. A. M. A. M.
Lv 00 l.v 1 30 Lv 2 40 Live Oak Ar 4 30 Ar 6 40 Ar 10 00 Ar 940
A 13 14.1 2M 4 416 .5 46 611
M 1 1 49 300 Rocky Sink a 412 5 24 342 U
K 22 1 62 307 Starrt 40( 520 D 9 3 3
N2 1 M' i ..... M.erer 4 06 517 985 30o
34 4 04: 3 0 Platt 35 M 5 0n 0@ 26 g M
Ar. M 31 Ar 2 0 Ar. 3 40 ILancater Lv 48 00Lv00v 918 Lv 40
l.v. 46Lv 446;Lv. 410 ...DowlingPark Ar S 39 Ar 4 W Ar Io0 Ar sL
Ar 449 415 38 Lv 4 50 906 8OS
4N w v 450 417 ..... Chancy.. 3 Ar 4 ...... S
N 21 7 4 2 Bell .a. 39 00
S .: 457 Ar. 4 25 MayoJunction. 325 4 4 Lv oo Lw 0go
SS0, P 500Lv. 440 -Day 2 1 440Ar 8MAr 4I
S 5 s 06 4 Silo. s 47 4 4 o
S10 10 4 51, -Tmsnd .. a 00 46 -U
9 2&. a55 121 .. .-Smith 247 416 30 or
9 S9 5 38d 27; ... Frholloway .. Lv 2 6 4O 31
Ar 9 50 Ar 50 Ar. 540 ..... ........ Pe. L -10 Lv I00 LV 140
Ar. 10 30 Ar S0 Ar 6 .... HamptonSpring@..Lv 206 Lw S0, L 7 30 Lv


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MAYO AND ALTON.
Frtr ad Pa-ngw..IPa'nge. yrta aPeanwmPr. P'aw.
Na 7 No. No. 11 STATIONS. Na N. M Ns .
DaLlle. Daly.. Sunday Dal..". Oe. ill S Iu

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T .Int a mPatrud is what will be dralaW -Of all and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board ,1'
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sK.re Wt Ruduced Pribet s


inasar. m.h i We are now offering our figured

-w.. u .asfelawns and odds and ends of other dry
em f s oe or lob* Prdna Ts on a .fter
aft W. Gada nd.. ft bewi&WIamum tans ...is..the
Rin hed lM after a pieant at m egestt Owrt HoMs. i f **L** ****al goods, laces and embroideries at greatly
at t. TeaSt a. hwar was oyver he cam beck T,. nh.,
3. J. B and brother. Baws to Le laty, where e has lived all cCbi L. ..oat.name.
t warned Sunday __rmom a isE TS -, w-a** d noncse d.,j., reduced prices.
S at lamark. of l OMi V l iT a ie
0... Grmeebow and Miss Oet-a P5 To1 16 W AM DXA. aben. ANW AML
0 00, .r ou more armnd l jse t
Iat W N.. av ".rn than Mr. I w ill.beI ,, ". Have just received a good line of
Fred Kettle, of the Florida May the bereaved wife and children v*a'* tar dew to Me in
is visiting frids at ad comfort in Him whose wi sdom sr-. ~.. ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-
*the week. eth our aadertandin until He e asm t IsLaM 09=114 to-W.t:
le trst mMmtes see to have=k thm to be with him too in that Thmeawted wand w% el S ossee a1
SBthe ldeithat he eason does beautiful ,bo,.. A Fe. A, .,- ... .n tionery, which we are selling cheap.
SoaMtlea. wM" "hbeim ta m d at dat of he b e
*6 trouble with the "{simple life" is Mr J. F. Coehran, of McIntyre, is in &m em i sattMte ame o cc. and m
^4gho hnit c notf he city visiting relatives and Tallahas- J.A-Palu er ______ __ '_
thoe who need it most an not af lerimdUn ules sald earsa shall brdmedeem ... ....
tofrejoydit.s. to law, tan deed wis hsether.on on the 4th,
*o U1>V it Mr. Frank Black, leave to-day for a ac 1100=10,A. D --
S Phlbrck was in the city visit to Washington, D. C. an o Not&ewofA = VS i m
sha hands witth his many York. His friends wish him a safe and at. HENRY T. FELK L.
Salst Timpa. to ~ e pleasant trip." C6"rmdt Cort. L., Oounty. rL F D HEAVY G&OC RI S A SP CALLTY,.
t m... Miss Octavia Lavender who has been NOTICE t do fr te" deed. under *w
SI XFT Myers sand eon Blrnt vkiltitb friends in St. Augustine, re Mns. Las F.-' af lrd
Mrs Kgae erykins ant n cnild r tnedjto tis city Mondiay and will T 1N AD ALL OTHS - -
Bath at Manarko spend a few days with frlns t here. NMu.bMi..OwtrtC.BI Ow.. .,
Ar. J. C. Donahue, now of Bond, Mrs-8.K.C&UM uz, who h subeen o= X .lm, ,u9- e
madeusaniey epale rntvmesi mar-.. VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.
his name to our fast growing iwlla county Thursday. 2is "s" floeurtf la
*silterlption Iit. A very interesting and largely at- Lot No. 1. of Ba ek. ta t oin lheaI. In oseti
r. R. A. Shine has moved his dental ndd meeting of the Woodmen of the I and 2. township I as a wI swet. u er
Dr. R. A. Shine has moved his dental rd w held last evening at the taed in the elieso fth (Crk at the Ciruit
ors ackto the rooms formerly Camp. This fraternal order hasa splen- land b a at t da the
), where will be pleased to did membership and affords amonLthe c m .eartoia s ma or c J.M.
Mr. J. R. Maxwell has moved his fam- bar Ella Rhodes of Wooville wa ay fa8 tamberA. D. ISM to C. B. and 0. H.
tMrs. El Rhodes, of Woodville, was dayO1R
l ow ba occupy their residence in the in the city Wednesday to visit her Oinn. onhe-lCi. n=intSamncertifies DLI
w ocu Tedaughter, Mrs. W. M. Langston, and to thei .. wnn. RELIABLE M ERCHANT TAIL
caion fpan of the city, near the lo- that fine granddaughter, now about Wit wes, ofw A ial mivstuwr. and seamol, this, the
e Governors mansion nine days old. She brought with her f Aust NRY T. FELKEL.Levy Bro. Big Store
Only a few more pairs of that last to the city our old nurse, Sallie Wright, Clerk Circut CoutLeon County, Ntorode.
oaMignment of Ladies' White Canvas who nursed us somewhere near 50 years -5w Monroe Street.
Shoes to Burns & Co., to be closed out ago. To wo N Nao Canroe .ree
with other summer goods. 43 Both editors, R. C. Dunn, of the Re- Notde *i htmb i I have beenP p dso
Mr Eugene Alford, of Lloyd, is visit- corer and Columbus B. Smith, of the wer att ts e or s. Prepaired to do First Clan Work at the Lowest Pries and
Ships brother, Mr. D. G. Afford, in New nterprie of Madison, aredoing u acins claims against th t A. ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and
htrp er d tAllpo having slam sa ast thefle s A.M.e
the city for a few days. good work to rid Madison county of the Lean Mquetud to present sam u ll pe Sui Satisfation g-nteed
Mr. Ernest Hodfe optician and tele.- whiskey traffic, with the evils that go d thite hS tlsch~ em hamt*oO gULte.
raoph operator, of Wayro, Ga., was with it. It speaks volumes that both .ttl h omer A% orM . iCleaning, Altering and Pressing a Spcialty. Cleaning an
in the city Tuesday on business. of Madison's newpapeers are out openly A t. with towr of Atm for M A. l ean Aleng an resin a Spedalty. l n
Mr. LJ. Alford spent Thursday on dvocati the cause, and it can hardly Lo st s n, .. Avg" .9IM I S Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
the county. an t f eatry MaS gae n it walaey. An- .tass Wassee Will carry in stocx for small men, misfit elothingn made i' Me'
other proof that newspaper men do not A few boarders who wish comforta- chant Tailors.
Mr. A. D. Williamson, traveling always work exclusively for the "money ble and well kept rooms, good table
iht t of S. A. L. Ry., wastheriinit," fornodoubtthwhise board, ad dira lyto Come and see me before purchasin and save yourself mon
Mr. Horsee Fletcher, of Sycamore, which of course thoew working for the capital. 4t and get what you want.
Fla., was in the city Wednesday en temperance cause do not get.
route to Woodville where he will take Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitAk,
charge of the publc schooL NOT .fa lta u .ofr BRICK! BRICKIl BRICKII! tar, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Prices c.
Mises Ada and Allie Yawn returned TO FLOR4 MGOZ. AND ALL OTHERS
Monday from a pleasant visit of five concerned:
weeks to relatives and friends in Vi- Notie hereby ven that Robert Phillips putr.
chaser of tax certifYato No. 19. dated lot. day
enna. Ga. of Au thas afled said certfctoInmy.offi $7.50 F. 0. B. Depot
Mr. J. L. Hall of Wakulla, was in a h.e asicpatIon for tax deed to issue
the city again Wednesday circulating aidsteat em the foowi describ-
amonghis warm Tallahassee friend ed lad ituat.d in Lean County. to-wt: $8.0 delivered in city
and making new ones, as he most al- Lo o.. nand l2. aI per plat recorded in deed
w--eibook W" ~ 1, Ithenw of section 1. town-
ways does. ship 1 southof rng I west.
A little that a righteous man hath is Said land bing sd t the date of the I.u- GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,
better than the ric es of many wicked. M~ e.inthe name of ForaA
-Psalm 37: 16. Un, susaid werticate.shall be.red.emedeord. Tallahassee, Fla. I
ins to ow. tax ded will to-u* thereon on the 4th.* | Mt
Hon. C. H. Parlin, Florida's new Sur- d~et ptember A. D. i th-tf
veyor General, has assumed the dutieset. Aums t and seal, this, the A
of the office and will now reside at Tal- ItuAt HENRY T. FELKEL. V
lahassee. He is popular with all Flor- Clerk Cireuit Court. Leon County, rF Repair Your \Sidewalks
Idlans who are acquainted with him. NOTICE of application for tax deed,under s. I
He made us a very pleasant visit yes- tion L of chapter 4888. Laws of Florida.
terday and had his name added to our T OWNER UNKNOWN, AND ALL OTHERS
subscription list. concer.ah:
Notice i hereby given that W. A. Re-iste'. with
Dr. A. S. Ham, who has lived and purchasr of tax certl~at No. 2 dated let, day
practiced his profession, dentistry, in of Auirut I04 ha fled aid crtifcate in my am-
this city lor quite awhile, has moved to e eance with pla ation for tax dled to iwsue
Apalachicola to. reside in the future, Said certiaete embrMes the following decrib.-
He made hosts of friends in Tallahassee ed land situated in Leon County. Florida. to-wit 1
who reret he has decided to leave, and The." of action 13, township 2 mouth of range 2 lLI G
he carries with him the best wishes of Said land beinr aaoMd at the date of the isu-
alL We commend him to the good peo.- anc of *uh certitlcat in the name OWNER
pie of Apalachicola The True Demo- UNKlss ms.certifcate. .hall herdme-accord- For Sale by .. A Cap or White ease or s. Lab
i crat will visit him there. in to law. tax deed will tsnue thereon on the 4th.
" In a few days Mr. J. A. Suder, man- dayof septm ber A. D. law. Pl y Noca aad Java Cebe
Iam -inMs my orcial nature and Mal this, the wa t t t h of
ager of the the Western Union tele st, af August o. il Y ir what goes straight to the heart of
p Goffice of this city, will leave for Iftv.L.r Iircu(Nt T. I FF.I l.l r. a&e O. every man at breakfast time, and every
chate of the Western Union office in NOTICE of application-for tax d- .e under see- r one knows that only good grocers keep
that city. By courteous treatment IMr ton h.chaptar 41. Law. of Flortlda. .... grdXl coffee. We take special pride in
Sde awnd his excellent wife have made ToWILnAM WILLIAMS. AND A (l. OTHFRS MEN WANTED All phosphate ,ur brands, as they have made our
every Tallahassean their friend, and we Notce heeby grivn that F. C Waikee. ,,ur- minert around Fort White tore famous Just as good as the r-
all'dlike very much to loose them an ehuar of ax certificate No.24. iastd iat. day of Newberry, Dunnellon, Holder trfee we ell are teas which rincsplea
citizens. We commend them to the AOSlist l164. hai fleM a( orlrt~ieis l my, O-. d Floral ('t W 4 fee we utell ae te' which principle
ci pfl e of their new thome, for they are ,n < ,rlnr wfh la, p navi nd lalaor rs everiyat h ,hols good throughout our entire stack.
hnitable. worthy people in every s.nse | .aid certSactdc einhrac,' the. folli.'n, .lie.r

ot o teword. '"n ln ,tu ,,n, ,I,, ,n, ,,,un.. ..ad.. ,,.i,,-,.,-w, day. Good h r are lTakilng r utt ths w have teted
Ther nwi ipf nwha arf nw~i -f w-cto-ri 9. inni t pri1e- t s those we have tested wr.
Child Bros., contractors and builders. nh. I thof ,nt r of m wea .., I. cont ,, niI acre, big wages." 21-2t are now busily engaged overhaulin atmor et r ,1. . ----.- ___-.. .. .. *. - "h
K. aid larnd beinu Baww<* vI at I he date ,f t he ipto-
and remodeling Duval Bros mammoth u leau,.-h crticnt Ia i nat ...f o ,,.i i r f mcf l J W. COLL.INS. Grocer.
stores. The two will almost be turned winism. L Don't Have our
into one large store room, the partition Unle t sai d certificate. ~hai thi.rr, Inh.d Cart dork HOTCHED
almot the length of the building being dayof .termriier A. i. 1 i.
taken out. The Duval Brom' businet Witnessd mylofcial ignatur. and l. thin. th At the Mll. VISITr THE POPULAR HI.ALTH ANI PLEASURE RESORT
hasrown steadily from the very e- l1t. dar of August 1i.
oin thce bhng all ru Tn goul w us N o ClerkeT ACircuitlC r. o. Baost. a A TE
ness eIn, who now full well how .to I
buy and sell goods and, best of all, to NOTICE of plton for tax d-d, TIMunrBER CART
make friends and customers. Another to. B FERRELL. AND AIL of FkTHERS.
w. s. FERRELL. AND AI.L OTHERS
iNpWrtant matter they do not lose saht cone : AM "WAY DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER"
of which help wonderful and which wed t is he.bym that N. E. Bassett. as- 1 1*
&MUM be mrdd in to sure ** of tao e ,1N dt& WI atday of
em ntho and eWdmt i build them under aMINERAL SPRINGS, HOTEL C01TA6ES
smesess. They are advert and 1, 6 he ds, Ot bdcd to i mo I bocld them under
Sir t f. Otherr .saw o.Sai.deit .A..Ethe fewis,descrb.. Guarantee,havebuilt Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
SW.d o m of uth asaWe s nJ 41 hundreds and build ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables.
Si mandS t i ad trms ,,ss ar m. 1ss. as. m- more every day. Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shady
D siM ehS far the mhaitedoI aea ofdSt1e St1 t For prices write Pavillion. Boats, etc
g a JulS f 17 Mile from Uv Oak., m Uve Oak, Perry
-'-5a"I. ,HW Adk.inson, IS 4Rates R Me .R.C tiatleOakw A
Te S&.-- P. O. Box. 4. a. PARK HOTPL. DOWUNO PARK. FLA" m -
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