The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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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: UF00075917:00077
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Howeverr, as that would be o to see prispeas, I tI
of them tumble down to whee more ., ...t rdayhoi b .be ..
tlt ml oMet t ohed-PW m f i tes loould afford to have and own Thaee o m WIh btso d s a 1101m te0 oo eaots I1Mael Mdllnt
N M O aen Cem of- 3 Iac erw a In this ease the Pensacola Journal ditiw-n are mlr to I
Si o d wf-Lee Ce y P roprietors have the empathy of all 8 must be at home at a certain time to MAedW 9W 94S
*i M--r ib T - printers, for the "tumbe' was of one Third VIePrealdt J. E. Ing, oppr, and muat n otg.tof t a0f-gto Major Gore ialnford FairbaJk
S of their costly machines (worth about of the Florida Eat CoIst Rah ry e er= and on tu.lays sll out the For h ria, i dad
S00)t of county ri at rites the followinfor the Manuf everyolr for household rye JM, Death came at his summer home at
foBowlag list of county prisesat teleram from Pensacola of the tur es' Record: etc. Lord don't I wish I cm Sowan Tenn., at mdn t
the at State fair is officially an- 6th says: "In moving the plant of the The landdepartment of the lorida the w t of lerty once agan,either and th funeral took place thee r
AMneed by the executive committee: Pensacola Journal from Government to East Coat Railway, the Florida Coast as a widower or as a bhelor. afternoon.
Owlagtothe diversityof the products Intendencia street today one .ofthe Line Canal and Transortation Company Wy am almost afraid to peak to a Major Fairbanks waa tekm with
o the dt e t F o e pa rd er costly typweetting machines fell from and the Boston and Florida Atlantic ady friend. To get my wife to take a paralysis last Sunday and wauneon
of the Iate of Florida, and remember- the top of the stairway of the new Coast Land Company are perfecting trip to the seashore or the mountains is.ous for four hours. .
i theft that this s a State fair building on Intendencia street, and w plans forth drainage and reclamation no go unless I go too, and for me tooo Edward R. Willia oani
te drhetors have decided to arrangeo almost completely demolished. One of 10,000 seres of land wet of West means short rab on utI televea I Ws noUted and left i
s t te a intofouri theo workman had a narrow escape from Palm Beach, Fla. Of this amount, would rather go half starved than to Sewanee.
k th S tate intfur rt r death and was slightly injured, bel there are about 6,000 eres of mah see me once asain a free man. The Thursday night Major albanks st .
sa'sds, Idlown ia West Flon E at oa ght b the machine as it tumbl land and 4,000 acres of low pine land. man who complains about wife and feared a second Sho, e
M, which i include the following South Flor- bcwa s own the stairway. The ac- T stand per th children being away, and the trials he never recovered, the sd
do, which inlude the following coun- cident was caused by the purchase to To .. d. "od p ,b d r n has to tide over the time, certainly has midniht, when he fell py
ties: plan ofrl i af deseopor~h:n midnightw hen e fell
West Florid-Esamb ntaRo which the ropes were fastened giving plan ofh reclamation, a b fdca' tons a different spouse than mine, and I sle a
Walt on-mEs, ambs Santa Roa, -, .way." of the topography and local conditions would like to swap conditions with him 'j-or Fairbanks was born in Water.
Walton, Holmes, Jackson, Washington, is important. At WestPalm Beach the for a while, anyway, and once again be town, N. Y., July 5, 1820. His elent.
lbo Liberty, Franklin,Gadsden, wl rLt l Flor East Coast ailwa travels emancipated from slavery." education was secured at s te
Wakulla, Leon, Jefferson, Madison, along a high Dine ridge., which is.at .ed..ationtaskseedatMe .
Taylor Hamilton Suwannee, Lafay- As has been announced in these col- present failed or the quantity and ex- A R ealiag Gespel. town, lar ntakingthe nas6A.-
ett olumbia an Baker. umns, the second big sale of town lots cellence of the, inepples which an The .. -. W of and A at HUn ,
hCo-umi a -Dn ter....... ... ..o -hep ey whren p st a*r N.Y He tw w
Middle Florida-Nasau, Duval, Clay, at Dowling Park will take place on aorwn on it. Th the east Is Lake Rev. J. C. Warren., pastor of tary N.Y. He thenr.am..awsalwa.
Marion Lake Sumter and Citrus There have been so man inquiries and directly connected, with the Atlanticle ctric Bitters: f"I'a d e-d to Shotlyaf-ewards be -oved-to PL
East Forida-St. Johns, Volusis, Bre- so much interest aroused in this second ocean. Few streams have the natural mankind. It cured mle of lame backl- Augustined In this State, where htUne wa
yard, St. Lucie, Dade andMonroe. sale that the Jatksonville Development att-rativene s ak stiff Join ts, and complete ph-sicalol" appointedn elm of the Un lUN
tall tuantw mintoPk sale t the Jacknville Development rl tTwb ome1 e whi
S South Florda-Lee, Soe o o yn ?t Wo t, atdtivness ertin t hu waso ak li Took ome s tfEc Cout, w h e
Hernando, Orange, Manatee and Pasco day that positively no more than one can be done by man to ?beanu y I ts Electr tt hal mad me so b ttes f uti fte hu-'w
The county in each of the above see. hundred lots will offered for sale on shores has been done. On the east of I aE cBitters have made me so stro in St. .HAugustine unt ilo .
ticos making the largest and best di.s- that date, at any price, and that all Lake Worth is located Palm Bea* Ismtes and feel like walking three he remained one y gio
play of the products of the section, in- prices on Dowling Park central prop- which is indisputably a "queen of mre. I ,t mmade a neew kman of me.. ,, e"ta n on e T ,rtogaicts
clouding live stock, poultry and woman's erty will be advanced 10 pr cent on the winter resort world.' Gmrea.test t 'smed for wea knesandOallthT e.Uier sicty of.the Sou t-,
work, will be regarded as the banner morning of August 15t It will be About a mile west of Wes ater stomach, liver and kdne complaints. When the civil war broke
county of that section, and will receive seen, therefore, that all person who Beach are located some fresh water Sold under guarantee at a drugstores. tired the Confederate se
as a premium therefore a handsome silk desire to purchase property in this mar- lakes, surrounded on every side expt Price c r__ _o r ----
banne, suitably inscribed, a diploma velously growing town must do so on the east by marsh land. This mah k of major in the ar
and 00. ab the 14th or pay a larger price after that about two miles in width, and is bor- Subscribe to the True Democrat. depftm*"-e wa. ..t t....
rach of the above banner counties date. With the development company 's dred on the west by low pine land. Mr. Roy Hutchinson left Monday for terth wtarh aasurer of
be entitledto contestfor the chain.- usual enterprise, August 14th will b a The water in the lakes and marsh is Apalachicola for a brief visit. the University of the Southof s ,
pionship of the State of Florida, and al da f Dowling Park. Professor sixteen feet above the elevation of the Mr D M Lowe- left Tueda. morn. dor
will be awarded ahandsomensilk banner, Abel's ra~ band, of Jacksonville will water in Lake Worth or ea level. As Mr. D. Lowervit left Tuesday mon- d ine m ar Firak. val
suitablyineribed, a diloma and $1,000. furnish music for the occasion and ape the general surface of the ound ri g for a visit to Peacock on business. Major airN t ldseveral
fldaward the grand championship all near-by points on the Live Oak, tenths of a foot to athe Ue. the rob. to his son, Dr. Jesse Mabry, of Ports- Wg a me of thm
prise, each of the exhibits hereafter Perry and Gulf railway. lem which confront M com anle is mouth, V. 1n a preMiMtial
named will be reognied on points: The first sale of lots at Dowling Park that of confining the trrtory o be re- Mr. J. E. McNair left Monday for a l he waS m 5 4eW
Minimum, 1; maximum, 10. was on the 4th of July last, and at that claimed and then 4tting rid of the month's vacation, to be spent in Wash- .S.., A ll *'.
Agricultural perducts, citrus fruits, time there were over three thousand water inside of this lted territory. ington, D. C.. and New York. _.__!__o rf-
tables, preserved products, horti- people in attendance. The sale was Hitherto the drataua operations in sta r dI AV S
culture, cotton, tobacco, minerals, na- unique in the fact that every lot that this section of the t have been di- The "** d Fellew." schools,.and his
tive woods, ive stock, poultry, manu- was offered had a filg om it and the reteed toward ndl these lands Very many men attain a wide rep tAUies of S ." as p
fa d ustries, educational work, purchaser was comp5MU to bring the available for cultiv rang the win- tation within the male cirle of their ular.-Time. a-
woman's work. from the lot to the desk before his ter or dry season planting thee acquaintance of being "good follows," .aa. ..sg .
The county having the largest number money would be accepted in payment lands to veetables, which are ex re y when the men themselves know that it
of points will be declared the winner of therefore. This at once placed the meth- profitable for shipping to the Northern s undeserved and that the term "bad Acute attauet s coflel and diarrhea
the grand championship prize. In case odi of the development company in high market at that time of the year. The fellows" would more nearly fit their come on wit t and
of a tie between two or more counties favor and fully demonstrated heir de- normal rainfall at this season r ang case. Of course there are hosts upon relief must beo -t Tme Is
the amount shall be added together and sire that every man buying a lot at from 1.7 to 8 inches per month. Athe hosts of men-far more than the world necessity of incurring the expense of a
equally divided between the winners. Dowling Park should go on the lot him- average annual rainfall for this portion at large know of-who are in truth pysioan's service in uchi as f
al county pri will be awarded self and thereby become entirely ac- of the State is about 0 inches, thee ood fellows in every seneof theword, Chamberlain' Co, Cholera and -
as l ypows: n quainted with its location and surround- low lands are not available for cultiva- but it is a fact, nevertheless, that in rhos Remedy is at hand. A does of
The county making the largest and ings. Perhaps a fairer method of sell- tion during the other seasons of the numerous instances the designation to this remedy will relieve the patient be
best display ofcitrus fruits, diploma ing town lots in a boom town was never year. It is now proposed 5y these men whose only title theretois won at fore a doctor could arrive. It hasnever
beat display of citrus fruts, diploma inaugurated by any company. companies to extend the area for fruit the costof disquiet and anxiety at home been known to fall, even in the most
Thand mount making the largest and he development company announces wing and to render these lands fit and among friends, and possibly among severe and dangerous cases, and no fam-
The county maing e largl a that at the second sale, on August 14th, or cultivation at all seasons of the broken hearts and ruined lives. Viewed should be without it. For sale b
best dipl o products every one of the 100 lots offered will be year. I from merely the selfish standpoint, a alldruggists.
We county making the largest and plainly marked "For Sale," and the With this end in view, they intend to youna man cannot afford to be known ToNrIif-lectleas.
best display of vegetables, diploma and company requests every person buying construct a dike running west from the, as a "good fellow," as the term iscom-
to go on the ground for himself and so- western edge of the high pine land only understood. much less to be one. Mr. J. A. Berry writes the following
The county making the largest and lect the lots of his or her choice. It is across the marsh and low pine land for In its proper sense, as being an agree- communication to the Live Oak Dai
best dispacounty maof pinealeg shedded and understood that these lots will be of- a distance of about four miles. From able companion, everyone should en- Democrat: "If you say so, I will say
grown in tspl open apes,a nd 200an fered at $60 apiece for inside lots and this point the dike proceeds south for a deavor to be such, and the first place in something in regard to an article I we
The county making the largest and' $75 apiece for corner lots. Where three distance of 4j miles along the low pine which to show this good fellowship is in the Savannah Morning News, headed:
best dilayf tobacco iros n e lots are bought by one person they will land, and then turns east, traveling the home. Gainesville Sun. 'A Bill to Purify the Elections.' The
best display of tobacco, grown in the soldat 60 each, although they he a sin. .. bill was introduced by Mr. Wriht, of
county, and also cigars made from the s although they may along the low pine land and crossing i ,
a loma a d $m include one corner In view of the fact the marsh until it again joins the high Luclest Nan la Arkamsas. Richmond county, and I heartily en-
tobeco, diploma aknd laet and that these lots are central, within three pine ridge. On topof tlfese dikes roads "I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas," dorse his bill, and God grant that our
best display of industrial resources, di- to five blocks of the depot, stores and will be built of Miami rock. These, writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno. "since representatives will do likewise, fc.rwe
pest andisp o brotherr business houses, the price is con- roads will connect on the north and the restoration of my wife's health after all know that it is badly needed in our
ploms an makin the largest and sidered remarkably cheap and insures a south lines with the rock road, which five years of continuous coughiing and own county. The bill was voted on in
The county maickandthe large est safe investment for any person who has at present extends from Palm Beach to bleeding from the lungs; andl owe my the lower house-ll for, and 8 against.
number andvariety of entries in the his or her eyes on real estate opportu- a point 28 miles south of Miami, a dis- good fortune to the world's greatest The bill makes it misdemeanorfor
different classes, diploma and $250. nities stance of 94 miles. This gives the medicine, Dr. King's New Discover any candidate or friend of anya
Te unt kin he lar t nd Dowling Park is growing perhaps drained territory a superior rock road. for Consumption, which I know from date to hire or persuade any one to vote
he educational exhibit diplomes and faster than any town in Florida. On which completely surrounds it. Included experience will cure consumption if for any candidate, or ainst any
Seducatonal exh pioma an a few months ago it was an undeve- in the diked territory is Lake Clark. a taken in time. My wife improved with didate. The money and whiskey plays
Thecounty makinIg the largest and oped forest on the banks of the Suwan- fresh water lake of about one square first bottle and twelve bottles completed an important part in our county e-
lthedisplay of poultry, diploma and nee; today it is a live, progressive, mile. From this lake a canal will be the cure." Cures theworstcourhs and tions,andsuch doings asthat don'tolt
thriving little city of industry, com- constructed emptying into Lake Worth, colds or money refunded. At all drug- thetasteof honest, Christian hearted
Scount maki th la t andmercia houses andhomes. Itisascone, and, as the fal is 15 feet in one mile. gists; 50e and $1 00. Trial bottle free. men. These conditions though sat
bestispa o on, an d $ also, of one of the best all-the-year- the proeem of getting rid of the water goodmanyofouraothers Iamsto
bedispayof akoton d tloarg nd round resorts of Florida, with mineral in thediked territory is rendered ex- when the advantages of the land in the say I would rather buriedi t
bestdisplay ofmak he native woods di- water flowing from cool spring, large tremely simple. This canal will be dug reclaimed territory over the other lands pauper's rave than to live d.
sa d $100.l and well-kept hotels, etc. Itis safe to to a depth which will lower the water is considered it is at or,ce apparent that on tainted oliticalmoney, an would
Te county making the largest and predict that there will be a large crowd in Lake Clark four feet, and of a sie these lands will be the equaof any well. rather die worse than tha than to e
best sla o mineral resource, d- at Dowling Park on the 14th of August. capable of carrying off the maximum drained lands. hired for a dollar or two and a few
b. ada 1 mi0. resource i d. ^ rainfall in twenty-four hours. This ca- Theeeonomic advisability of this work drinks of whiskey to work for somebo
The county making the largest and Misses Bessie and Mame Wyatt and nal will be supplied with headgates, so depends not only upon the value of the that thought less of me than adg
besthorlcultural exhibit and fruit bear- Lucile Gregory who have been visiting that a golden mean will be secured and product, but also on the rapidity of the after I was hired so cheap The
K tm e, diplomaand $200. Miss Gunn, of Apalachicola, for the mainta ned between a dry and a wet settlement of these lands. The pres.- lt(rs have legislated the fish and me
kntymaking the latest and Pst two weeks returned to Tallahas- soil in this territory. The distance be- tige of Florida fruit and vegetables is laws to death, but they have not said
best floricultural exhibit with cut flow- see Sunday ni ht. Miss Gregory left tween laterals will be such that they encouraging, and indicates that th,, anything about the election laws, and
erdiploma and I150. for her home n Quincy Monday. The will be easily accessible to owners on State mryeasily lead in the quality of if there is any law regarding our dee-
The county making the largest and Misses Wyatt will visit Mrs A. C. Spil- either side. and will reduce the water these. The companies offeru.d to the tions, it has been forgotten ,
best exhibit of sugar cane, diploma and ler another week. level uniformly over the entire terri- citisensof West Palm Beach 1.(000 cres and I think it is time that there was
p10s. s tory, as in no portion is there hardpan of land to be reclaimed, and indicati on something done to correct this evil, and
The county making the largest and man as judge will be selected from each at a depth less than that of the drains. are that this has already been oversub- will say, if you think this is worth no
best display of preserved products section. Their names will be printed It is intended to mak< these laterals of scribed by these people. tivi,. Ileat e publish ita if not itd
This includes preserves for market or on the premium list in advance of the a width of 35 feet and a depth of about West Palm Beach has large and at- nat t to the waste basket. It did
bornem consumption, and jellies of all fair. Thefour men so selected shall se- 6 feet, so that there will be water in tractive business buildings., prct.ntious an t ginthe waste asket, however,
kinds, and products canned or bottled lect a fifth man, who shall act as chair- them at all times. Details will be per- hotels and magnificent homes. It has ait wC ge our readers the beneft
for commercial purposes, diploma and man of their body, and their awards fected so that the Ind in this district fine waterworks and sewerage .vystem. uf .
s00. shall in all cases be final. will be "just right at all seasons of an electric light and ite plant and a Don't Be hlue
9 The county maWf',g the largest and The judges so selected shall act as a the year. Of the marsh land nothing handsome theater. The public .hols and lose all intere,.t when help is with-
best display of woman's work, asclassi- juiyof award on all county exhibits need be said. Every farmer is familiar and library are unequaled anywhere by in reach. Herbine will make that live
d under woman's woik department, with the exception of live stock and with theexpression, "theswampsought cities of the size of West Palm |leach. perform its duties properly. J.
dilOmaand $100 poultry, which departments shall be to be rich, since they have received for With these advantages and the wonder- Vaughan. Elba. Ala, write "*oBe0
( Thecounty exhibiting the best gra- udged by expert judges from outside centuries the drainage from the hills." ful climate, the settlement of the re- constant sufferer from conati M
a. hay, alfalfa or begar-weed, for the ofthe State This jury of awards shall The low pine land till be.o quapmled claimed lands will be rapi~t, as a farmer a dsordereds liver. have fou ia

Sof stock, di and $100. at all times have the power of calling I for the cultivation of ieltrus rus. n t territo ry can ve ini t in to be the bet medicine
een kg the largest and for additional judges if they desire the i Nowhere can a farmer ai m* have all the advantages which that life trouble on the market I have i
e age exhibit of tropical fruits, same.w, or for experts to give testimony ideal location, for hers afford and with doubles on the market. I it to bhave
uiMeamber ad varieties, oan o r exhibit on which a doubt day toin the ear w other Improvements w aes part of nstaetlof. I believe it to beis
medicine, of its kind, and I wish a
hot bel , ts PI.t b ttS fterers from these troubles to
thebest arranged at thorough famil- neod etn hsdsem.
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was B N ib Se** l l*;p pea s.
WM-W ar. fag wo. a far a et ad *y lsaetion I
n"ale T m la, ,MatLeon em0 ty, 9 aWiu0 hed
N IP e a" ,= n* ad ithe euBodof Counaty CommMm
4 AM4A as a am- Tuesday to present said peiti. H
0*1m b fA mH., O Ad& Nithey dome so, however, they wouldhbs
Mla1som Met, 'ph XM. I faced strong fore ft.rmd tem p tW
:1 a nwo pwetopap, armed and p- d t
NP *m e Tear., Ad"aw.. meet them at every point in the oa
ftsmeolo-Aeumi,.m. test, and at the vy beginning of it.
N .. u We beewo a good umejrlty of tb
,e ttum i- MON bNwe w t b dciiv of as contuay a oppose
at- 4 M s to having baroorms opened again I
Uhit, tui Aug 9.& Tallahasse, or at any other point I
40.1. w" r- 1 this county, and. now that they wil
Or~t IrT What has beoe.. of have time to put forward argument am
the MI wh was onse attached to persistent work, that next January,
high puM o i the Southland? when it is understood the effort wil
Gov ,rowa'. dralag scheme again be made, the sentiment will be. a
Os. .......Brow ....ain a. s strong against it that all efforts will b
s about to divide the tat point ly, abortive and Leon will escape the no
The r oso qmues on about It d cessity of again being forced into a we
the people from their cah.-Tampa dry election.
Trib une M o h .sa id -In a little- --p u .. .. d .......
ITrne.- ch aii a eitle We are informed that a number o
Manatee Record: Col. John A. Gra- citizens signed those petitions without
ham, Democratie nominee for the Leg- thinking seriously over it, and that the:
islature, returned this week from Chi- wish to have their names withdrawn
eago, where be and his family are from them. If there be such, the:
spedhing the hated term. The Colonel have a right to have their names taken
will remain here until Monday. off, and if those who hold them will no
The Grinesville Sun very truthfully erase same, file notice with the clerk o0
puts it: "It Is the person rather than the circuit court togo before the county
the occupation that adds dignity to la- commissioners, and they will most as
bor. There are those who can beautify surely have them taken off.
the most menial occupation or service One thing is certain: When petitions
and there are others who can degrade are filed with the county commissioner.
the most honorable calling." asking for an election they become pub
-c.. property, atd no man should sign a
Our reputation as a newspaper man petition or other paper he was ashamed
and citizen of Tallahassee and the State of; and the True Democrat, along with
of Plorida for thirty odd years is as an all other public matters that go before
open book, and we stand ready to be the board, will publish such a petition.
Judged by it. As for the dirty slings We would dislike to see the names of
we occasionally receive from an enemy, good men on such a list, but we would
made so by our taking a stand for what feel it a duty in the interestof the peo-
we conceive to be right, we do not care pie of Leon county to let them know
a "rip." ... just who it was wished open barrooms
Everybody, everything connected here again; and surely those who favor
with the True Democrat is open to the bringing whiskey back are not ashamed
world. We have no secrets to keep, no of the part they are taking in it.
skeletons in the closet to be afraid of, Temperance and moral and religious
and court and invite publicity and pub- citizens, from now until January it be-
Me gsae upon us in our business and in hooves you to be vigilant and active.
our private life and conduct. The True Organize and work faithfully, and open
Democrat stands for all that's best for saloons we will have no more.
its people. We defy the sycophants. Blind tiger men should:be looked after,
Let the good work go on and on --a way too, and a determined crusade against
will come to right things in public at- them from now on will do much to help
fairs some of these days. us create such a setiment that will also
Twelve well filled pages of clean, keep out the open-eyed tiger that wishes
readable and interesting reading matter another foothold in our midst.
and up-to-date advertisements again Get straight after the tigers we now
this week. All Tallahasseeans can feel have, and the racket will help to frighten
proud of their home newspaper and the others'effort off kee
take pride in its going abroad. Continue PASSING AROUND TUE BAT.
to give us your printing and advertising "My belubbed bredren and sisteren,"
patronage, and with and through it we solemnly remarked the pastor of Coon
will catch the right kind of inspiration Valley chapel, as he mopped his brow
to continue to publish for you the beat with a large red handkerchief, "de
clean, moral and respectable newspaper deacons will now pass aroun' de hat,
ever published at your capital. We are an' I wants you'll to contribute 'cordin'
sure it is fit to enter your home and we n I w, y;si t c o
sure ItIs fit to terur home and to yer means an' inclination ter de good
propose to keep it so. cause ob hcpin' yer paster ter dig a lit-
The True Democrat declines to pay tie ditch frum Gum Pond ter de riber.
any attention to you; you are welcome ony four mile away, kase de back water
to all of that kind of Journalism you when it rains shorely do swamp my col-
may desire, and to conduct the same, lard patch. I ax ebery membah ter
too, under the very eyes of the mighty throw in at least a 2-cent stamp, ao I
"powers that be," and under the shad- kin write ter de gubner ter git de use
ow of their wings (the capitol). If ob his diggin machines. Don't put in
you have come to Tallahassee to crush nary button, lspcially if hit has no
or murder us, try to do it in a riepect- holes in hit, far I can't uie eny sich,
able manner, put yourself on a but cougrh up a few nickels an' dimes
level with us and we stand ready at any an' quarters, fer de good er de cause
and all times to settle differences with You wont miss 'em, an' dey'll do me a
you. We know your reputation, too, heap er good."
when we put it up to you in this man- Alas! Alas! When the returns were
ne -. canvassed, the result of the pastor's
That August has cone around again, touching appeal was found to be as fol-
and that was the month of the yearn Iowa:
the Hllson-Ward.Associatpes aggrega- 1 quarter (smooth);
tion was to make payment and returns, 2 dimes (1 Canadian);
or pay In the I. I. Board's share of the 4 nickles (2 plugged);
profits out of that log or stumipage, 1 2-cent stamp (cancelled);
etc., transaction of several yearn ago, I suspender button (with holes);
and as no Floridian has ever known "My bredren," said the pastor. al-
what it meant or what han come out of most in tears. "de diggin' ob ditches at
It in the interest of the I. 1. Funds, or de public expensefor de private benefit
any one else except perhaps II -W -A ob de people's idol don't seem ter be a
we write this little paragraph aM a popular project in dis neck ob woods.
mind refreher. What was there in but I'ae glad I got mer hat back De
that Hilaon-Ward and an'ociates com- congreganhun am dismiss."
blun any way?











The Tallahassee True Democrat is
Many are the rough pia'es we tread waging a fearless warfare on the Board
from the cradl to the, rav; nany ar.of Internal Improvements and its prac-
the sighs and teamn, discouraigenments. tice of doing things under cover. There
but we can extract joy from the most are people all over Florida who feel that
deert places on the way and amidst the the aforesaid board should make public
mot piercing heartaches by the thought all its actions, and in cases where it is
that we have made others happy and practicable to consult the people before
that there is perpetual mourning only a acting. The True Democrat is in a po-
little way off. At every step of the sition to give such information about
way we travel let us gather all the flow- public affairs as all Floridians should
oe that bloom and revel amid all beau- have, and a dollar for a year's subecrip.
ty there is, but never forgetting the tion to it would be a d investment
sweetestand best happineo that can poe- for several hundred cite of Manatee
ibly thrill the soul, I that which Coma county. -Indian River Journal
loved; and wet nee love or be 80o far as we are lfoeme Russell
unless we are w nto live for others. Sae had not even a cousan I this coun.
-Pal'm each News ty. Pity, but 'tUs m

oB to give Its members, under anothi
nam more than double their power o
mak6e mistakes?-Times-Union, th.
That was just what the True Demo
erat set out to prove, that there was n
reason for sacrificing public lands, and
that selling cheap on the quiet was a
wrong and an injustice to the people ol
Florida, and that the board deserved to
be censured for it. We have never in-
timated that any member of the board
was benefited by it It was not our
place to do that. We call attention
only to such transactions and occur-
rences and leave them to the proper
authorities to investigate further. The
True Democrat does not make any pre-
tence, whatever, at being a court of
justice, an investigator or prosecuting
officer. We leave those features in
dealing with such matters to those
whose duty it is to look after them.
This newspaper makes no such charges,
but we do occasionally have to call
public attention to transactions which
seem to show carelessness, cussedness
and a determination to run things to
suit some bosses on the great "people
be d-d" style. Let our lordly officers
take the people of Florida into their
full confidence, give publicity to all
matters in connection with State affairs,
particularly as regards the I. I. and
Drainage Boards, and the True Demo-
crat will have nothing more or less to
say. We dislike to have to do it, but
will so long as there is a necessity for it.
It is reported that Hon. Geo. G. Mat-
thews, of Ocala, will be the "adminis-
tration" candidate for Speaker of the
Florida House of Representatives -
Gainesville Sun.

If 'tis true, without attempting to
cast the least reflection on Hon. Geo.
G. Matthews, he should not be elected
Speaker of the House for his own sake.
The "dignitaries," for the looks of the
things, too, should go slow in striving
to have administration officers elected.
Administrative wire pulling officials
have in the past played a good hand in
so helping along in affairs, that white-
washing, putting up jobs and pushing
schemes that worked out generally
against the best interests of the people
of Florida; for an instance, the side-
tracking of that asylum scandal, in re-
pudiating just claims, etc. The True
Democrat does not believe Mr. Mat-
thews is that kind of a man, but ad-
ministration beauties have in the past
worked the "rabbit foot," through ad-
ministration henchmen, to a finish.
Last week's issue of the Tallahassee
True Democrat contained twelve pages,
all filled with news about and comment
on current events, both home, State
and national John Collins has the rep-
utation of printing one of the best
weekly papers in Florida, and it would
seem that he well deserves the success
that is his.- St. Augustine Record.
"Russell Sage left his millions to his
wife, and now the poor woman doesn't
know what to do with them."-Tampa
Tribune. That good lady may send a
few thousand this way if she so desires,
and we will pledge to her, too, to put
the stuff to pure, good and charitable
purposes, and that not one cent of it
will go to grafters. Just let her try
the experiment if she wishes
The Punts Gorda Herald disclaims in-
tention to accuse the True Democrat of
impugning the integrity of Governor
rewardd, but insists that the True
Democrat's exposures and criticisms of
official acts indicate that it "regards
the Governor and his associates as bad
men." We do not read the True Dem-
ocrat that way It has repeatedly affir-
med its belief (which is shared by many)
that Governor Broward has been de-
ceived and injuriously influenced by the
bad advice of his friends.--St Augustine
It is announced that Jeff Browne may
be a candidate against Ho. 8. M.
Sparkman. The Tampa statesman need
not ive himself y fears as to the
vote of Marion. "Steve" Is maMd up
this way. Marlm ~l ewanr the man
that does thing .-OMb 3smr.

Sthe a sSenater from Ai.lkms It is sI hr the .d E
t smtrok of d matter wen tbe A man, the win o MiM m
0 dmi 6ae a*men-, was prese ted to the company he keep..-Ai
a tim Legislature of 190 sad, ieo.wpion
I meon with a majority of thei ra We were living ona tarM, este a
I bes, voted to l tei op pa uponm s -
Stheqestile. Uteratureforad I newspaPer business and mIt n pe9 n
Sits adoto has beeibra at at We supported m ad voted asr
utedtr the ta and Gv. Hon. D. H. Mays, of J efa the
SBroward is actively at work in behalf eWidM* who should have bees
of this pet heme of his. As to its Governor, for several and varim god
Smerits and demerits, the Sun leave to -
I its readers to ae upon after a thor- and best reasons, aa time ha pan.
ough study of the question at issue. We have been in training as a p iter
f We cannot refrain, hwevr, from stat and newspaper man 86 years for oth m
log that according to our own Jade-
ment, which has been formed not y and ourselves, going in under Cha
- from the discussion of the drainage Edgar Dyke, the purest and beist, as
I question, but from observation and ex- well as the brightest all-round anwapsa
ece during the fourteen ears per man that ever honored JournmliU
approve dangmerous to delegate moture power in this State, and he, at all times, sad
*to the Internal Improvement Fund under all circumstances, deno med
r Board, to which the adoption of the wrong doing in all things. Was adghter
proposed amendment would give in- to a finish for what was right always.
creased powers. They have arrogated During .......rs ......ur .- i
to themselves undeeat powers ring later years we, in our smaer
the past, payi no attention to laws calibre make-up, have endeavored to do
asaed by the Legislature, claiming to the same thing and shall continue to do
greater than their creator, and, per. as long as occasion arises for it You
sonally, the editor of this journal will do us, maybe, an unintentional -
not vote to give them additional pow. ybe, unintentional j-
ers.-Gainesville Sun. twice when you say we are in any way
That is right, Brother McCreary, and connected with corporations and graft-
we congratulate you heartily on your era; that feature is unworthy of notice.
sensible and manly position in regard to Now "a man the world over is judged
that outrageous and infamous proposed by the company he keeps," and we as-
amendment to the Constitution of Flor- sure you, Sister Editor Eva Childs, we
ida. The men in power now have more are well satisfied to be judged by the
privileges than should be allowed, and company we keep, as we associate and
it might be possible to put other men affiliate with the very best in this State,
in these offices, through manipulations headed by such men as Bloxham and
of schemers, who would abuse their public men of his kind and standing, a
power still more. That scheming polit- list of whom in Florida this little news-
ical scoundrels would take advantage paper would not hold, who are iniaJ|
of the proposed great power asked for out of politics. We stand well with the
no one can reasonably be expected to ministers of our city, with the lawyers,
doubt. with the merchants, with the bankers,
May the day soon come when all pub- with the tradesmen, with the citizens
lic offices can again be filled with those of our whole community. If there be
who have the people's interest at heart one in our whole county with whom we
along all public lines. Let our officers are not in good standing and who would
make public all transactions that come discredit us, we are not aware of it.
before them, and much of the censure We believe we have the full confidence
that is now being heaped upon them and respect of our whole citizenship.
will cease. Doing things on the quiet We are perfectly willing to be judged
invites criticism always. by the company we always keep, and as
a newspaper man always stand for the
The Tallahasaee Democrat in its last moral and religious welfare of our
week's issue gives its authority for the home. Does this satisfy you?
statement that an effort was made, on home. oe___asou
behalf of a citizen of Dade County, be- The very latest: Have you received a
fore the Jennings sale, to purchase the
same land which he bought at 411 cents souvenir postal card? We promise to
per acre, but the offer was declined, be- never mention "General" Albert Gil-
cause the land were not for sale, because christ's funny little doings any more.
the State intended to drain them, and be- We did not expect to get almost all of
cause the board had decided not to sell the eoto county newspapers to
them until the litigation concerning their the Deoto county newspapers to sling-
ownership was settled by the courts. ing at us along other lines by helping
This aspect of the situation certainly the pretty Albert make a monkey of
appears to leave the Internal Improve- himself.
ment Board "in a hole," and demands .
explicit and well substantiated denial or Old man Linton over at Bluff Sping,
satisfactory explanation.-St. Augus- near Pensacola, killed a young man
tine Record. named Mason*Sunday night who, Lin-
We are on trial of another party who ton says, came to his house drunk,
we are informed, also, tried to purchase armed and quarrelsome and grossly in-
some lands in that neighborhood and sulted his daughters and assaulted the
whom it is said could not do so, for father. The old man gave himself up
some reason. As soon as replies and is now in Pensacola jail. Another
come to letters we have out, we will instance of what whiskey and pistol-
publish whatever information they may toting will do for the youth of the land.
ring. - Live Oak Democrat.
After reading your True Democrat We would rather be, and feel con-
for so long a time. will you not now scientiously right, and at the head of a
turn a Dollar into our till? We need it, country weekly newspaper, than
friends, with which to meet obligations Governor of Florida, at any time, if
and to continue giving you the kind of you please, even if we do have to labor
a newspaper that is needed at Talla- hard to meet a weekly pay roll and to
hassee. Come now to our assistance in gather for ourselves and dependents
the matter. A Dollar to each person is the daily necessaries of life. There is
a small alnount, but several hundred of something in this world that should be
them collected together will put us in dearer to the human welfare than the
good sha plaudits of men and filthy lucre. No
We can not do morethan call attention man should bow down to worship mam-
to ugly affairs. After that, the peo- mon.
pie must do the rest, through their To the Courier-Informant we will say
prosecuting officers, or by investigating we meant to convey not the least idea
committees. If these fail, then change that anyone or any of the newspapers
the officeers and get men."in authority" connected with those premium papers
over us who will look well after the had done or was doing anything wrong.
whole peoples interest in public affairs. It was simply this, and nothing more:
The next primary will be a good time Governor Broward, in conversation with
and place to get in some work along a State official who is both his and our
that line. Delay it no longer, friend, stated that the only financial as-
And now ove-rrBroward, by pro- distance he had given the newspaper
declamation has asked for contribution man who traded the papers for adver
of from l-cent stamps to as much as ba e ciculaed se
you are willing to contribute, to a fund Am'i pero, t ein e e vrt W eer
to assist him in getting out and mailing in such tranaction, if he tho t it was
drainage literature. Will wonders tmhe right and proper thlgtodo. Now, \
never cease? What "new under the we do n. the -overnor will
stere" will yet develop in his retl- the c tlhat -m od ri.-'

ne in regard to that Joint Reboltion a aNnber of epaeo of tht
to amend the Camtltuto and to i r at
that ciotj" ta* Um~ttci at be derili; )^-t 40 UwfA b
many~pm anddrinL IIMheedimui
thn Is healev -r

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ba6nd stigerthan
, for our readers to pro-
next man who spring

14Is ile dies togi a -ibist0. If more liquor is sold where there i
SAdrvrtise: In T t a no saloom than where there arem wo
Sfaomafom lri daS l Cot V emnwen, distill=san wmMl ai de
sitl eti-, t H. Buekmano ytaoa who own bout 7 per cent o
foowtar. Beliovng that it wi alooas pay license, ren taxs, rin
the stodet bo ofdt*f State ance, attorneyIs fe.., and oontrilb
haps do sood w p lish large sums of money to influence t
sare wt Ftuit d comment rea, to publish and distribute liteo
$8 ,n-._ ,ut_ v~ .- hSre, and min other ways to obtain
X Der sYou .. Friend:i ca-e all to rleses the amount of th
Sam sais atr i your s1ae wna would the liq uor men now
Kleer, I may al you so. You do not maintaining five national organiaatior
k.ow how much In appreciate, not only at heavy expense to oppose all proh
writing to me b th thonofou i t y measuren, If such mores do
o .am a --oi. w -o myslf, b a interfere with the traffic? Would pt
my an droeb, o a y h e, i a lilnfe- ee an expensive lobby at the natilo
in, prea wt, he .st i. ,tmi capital to urge the restoration of t
hwt, a n d eslt of the bi ll retrdv dces.
do me when y i say what is an fact, canteen or army saloon, and to preve
S d o com o th- t on psrohibitory clause in the Stateho
whatever I may have a done or helped to bilafor Okahoma and Indian Terrlt
eomplish, w solely with the view bifor Oklahoma d Indian ri
and for the o th-s ani they were not financially nterest
of our Statel, who ar e to be nthe futuAe 'speak eases" and l pig
end', a women, and, I trust .nd b alone worse than all these evils plus t
Hes, more t.he wrhS al so .2 wM open saloon? Do not the records
I toyourf..n .ad our hundreds of towns show that saloons
appreciate your fairness and your not the nusanes but be
frank mission of the f act that not- not lesson these nuisances, but aff
withstanding what you may have con- additional temptation to drink, and
sidered a personal injury to yours the spawning places of the most
ht a result of the bill referreA grading vices?
roo lHow do saloons help a town?
to, uhnt you are broad and liberalthey make better fat ers, husband
eno to see further ahead than the sonor brothers? Do they make m
present, and to come to the honest con- e wive and children comfortable
cluslon that whatever was one in that happy? Do they help to build
regard on was done with a good motive, churches an it asy for pare
and for the beet Interest of the State. td.. mp it -- em
I want to assure you that I was not tsep ch ndren mke schoolnn
... ... h t~ *.... iDo not saloons mean drunkenne
blind at the time to tee to the fact that such and does not drunkenness mean
a measure must result in thedisturbi steady and less skillful labor? Do
of old lines, traditions and institutions, sober men work moreand retain th
with all the sentiments dear to a stu-d ernin ".ty .. .
dent's heart which may have clustered _ea ron^. thc. i one ...r ran.. oi
about them, with also the knowle i dgI meni Do not tahe lifae inauraine c
that to certain localities and n pople I rc a n y that an abstainer i. from
temporary inconvenience and loss, atrisk thanadrinke
s..tm o ... Wie s Wll not the business of a town be
least, might probably be the result but termined bytheamountof,,oods.wh,
I felt that the whole interests, educe- its"citizens. hea amountdofg os hr?
tionally of our people were at stake, not the rchasinucacntv ofa or?
and believed that they were, in the ,oi th p.t.h a .s--capacity? Dof r
main, great enough, broad enough and limited to his earning capay Dmor
progressive enough to suffer their indi- rsobirmen, asa orue aom rn emre t
visual loss and dis pointmento ino drinking ume, and do not tthelpir famine
der that the State an the future might nsuytheand theefa r sheoli buro.sno
be the gainer. the edit of a astrinkierng mn ot, g(w
On the subject of co-education, i can- n ot all political economists ag
not dis thi with you in a letter. that the moral of a bread winner
should, if I have the pleasure of meet- fully as important a factor n his i
ingyou, which I sincerely hope for, be to the community as his physical a
glid to gve you my views upon that intellectual qualities? Can h man b
sUject. dThey may not be correct, but beer and beef with the same money
the are backed bys me cogent and Wha t would go with thate a money if
forcible facts and reasoning. The main did not ^ for liquor?
one, however, that governed me at that If t s .h.. d. r..eful thing.
time was that, as the present object .If i ot hi.hto ad tantce s .
was concentration, with the view fell liquor that you no want toi
building up, at a moderate expenditure, socte wth the man who does iti
a great university in time in this State, '?good f o f m
which we ill m&htbe proud of, that do a badtitisbad thing
any other course was unwise and im be a dru nk is tao thng..to
poltic. cense men to make drunkards of I
lWhatever the imperfection ay be in fathers, husbands, sons and broths
the bill and the o ration of it Ifee who go to a premature grave, leavi
uur in time will correct And broken-hearted widows and orphan
Wen the m hi et runnlno If a saloon is a good thing, why
smoothly and our"rreople better under- the who patron it desire to
stand iotoperationand the effects ,o shielded from view by screens wh
bible to bederived from it, they will they do so? .
seek to uhola d it. Is there anything in c, mn
It is a regret to me that any student reason, religion or common sense wh
or any person, but the students espec-s ays that the church should throw do
ially, should bear me any ill willfor her arms and strke her colors wi
that action. But I have such confidence sin forms a political alliance? If Chr
in our Florida boys, feeling that I was said he came not to regulate the wov
right, that I believe that I shall yet of the devil, but to destroy them, i.
live to overcome any prejudice that may not enoughfor Christians that they
exist, and that they, as time goes on, as their Lord?
shall feel better stifled with its ac- Is it right to vote against th
compl is hments. which no decent man ought to defe
Permit me to again thank you, and Is .t right to vote against license w
remain most cordially and sincerely it is the only lssue, and vote for lce
your friend, H. H. BUCKMAN. when it is combined with other issu
your .. .._____..... ... If a thing is so demoralizing thai
Summer Diarreea ita Children.
During the hot weather of the hot weather of the sum-
mer months the flrst unnatural looseness ^ | I
of a child's bowels should have immedi- MLA N IAJI .01
ate attention, so as to check the disease
before it becomes serious. All that is The LVe
necessary is a few doses of Chamber- A* ,*1
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea AttC
Remedy, followed by a dose of castor tom Gulf
oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. O.
Stocklid, pastor of the First M. E. o 1 1 A
church, Little Falls, Minn., writes: VFFI- F- IL A
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for sev- A UMr ]l
eral years and find it a very valuable
remedy, especially for summer disor-
ders in children." Sold by all drug- *
giats. .
Mr. John Horton, plumber and thinner, These Lots are all hig]
well known for his high grade of work, a lovely \
moved Monday to Quincy for perma-
nent residence He subscribed to the J _
Mr. John Moore, of Quincy, was in the
Miss Katie Sullivan, of Tallhase ee run rom > pO
is expected in the city this week, and very low rate in order
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. a nO opp-rtunitv to visit
Ball Judge George P Raney. of Tal-; a_ .Pn" to V1S1.
lahassee, was a guest at the Aragon; Building Lots. Buy no'
yesterday.-Times-Union, 6th. i never regret it
MHake flay Wile th Sia Siknes." i ,^-l ^#, -IC
There is a lesson in the work of the rMI C. jI* UIuA
thrifty farmer. He knows that the LOTS
bright sunshine may last but a day and W
he prepares for the showers which are lWmw
so able to follow So it should be with > Mr. E. ,
every household. Dysentery, diarrhoea Cuthh
and cholera morbus may attack some! Cuth

member of the home without warning.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar- L
rboes Remedy, which in the best known
medicine.for these diseases, should al- WIit.dim for an.
iys be kept at hand, as inimediate W t im f a
t atment is necessary, and delay may Want CO
p ove fatal. For sae by alt druggists.
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Irmon. 'Phone No. 1Ie. a-tf
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wormi. .A few Cmes o w mwe
Cre Vealf will cause them to
cease ryigaad to thrive at onee.
Give it aV.t all druggists.
Subscribe toe Tree Democrat.
Foe Ruam. Dve-room cottage
Log' A GrovMe Ad e; Separatenkteh
en, good por Am well water, s
blies, tc. Api-Sb Dr. B. J. Bond. 17
lelli tohate.
ir. thel SN*ht were drawn,

Next u a 1i a mnod bluff
At ehopplaMis u tm ery stuff:
Then eome r= M pMk with cau,
In rd eartsio with artoan *quare-
A weok l by. Then a bit taree
HsM= o.t th= alp: *tor ie maord
r tsfto --tis th. kind
Kid ery for." Ad again we find-

Amether G04 Man Geo Wredg.
He neglected to take Foley's Kidney
Cure at the first sig 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-
ney Cure is taken atonce the symptoms
will disappear, the kidneys are strength.
ended 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
pains in the kidneys, and was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by all drug-
gists. 0.
ORS31 1 U90121 ElARN0SS ll
You should call at the establishment
of J. D. Cay, opposite Masonic Temple,
when in want of Horses, Buggies, or
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
In Heavy Harness 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, single and double, as
were ever brought to this city.
Call on him and examine his stock.
must be prohibited on Sundays and elec-
tion days, and so demorallsing that it
must be forbidden in cases of riots,
fires and other occasions of great ex-
citement, ought it to be permitted at
any time? If Governor Folk, in Mis-
souri, can close the saloons on Sunday,
is it not proof that other officers can
enforce the law if they will do so?
Is the government more jealous of
revenue than of justice? Shall we pro-
bibit the slaughter of birds and animals
and license the butchery of babies?
Shall not the cry of the child and the
mother be poured into the ear of the
State, which is the ballot box, and the
power of moral suasion be supplemented
bythe strong arm of the law?-St. Lu-
cie Tribune.


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ive Resort on
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Summer Home.

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nts on the G. F. & A. R. R.,
r to give all parties interested
Lanark and see these lovely
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conducted by
A. Jackson of
I, Ca., at

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ncerning same.

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Children s up and WhoopingS
It contains NO OPIATES. Tih stlom of I
bound Syrup mild aNsd bla itta adapted to
adults of every vTariety of tempw im M
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Child Bros. Building and Luer C.,

ias& ad peelleatei fWrs aoheA. Al Ma t f bllatRgP GM
sad semtrste aseorliag to the I atest Imprel method
MU Work-Maatatrers of all kinds et rMUg asad dresae m Sbft
mie g, stair lrafl bt i ntus, porch eolumas, breets, masotel, a
aMr gable erasseat sad tuared and seolU we ef e erwy W
s ea, Lei. a e4 e 4 C eat e sale.

A orders win re-ive prompt
Sbe amt elass la every partleular.
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Priees resemabla.
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Georgia Florida & Alabama Ry.,
C. T. & 0. R. R.

Corrected to June 22, 1906.

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Tallahassee, -


ai 1o6a that they wouldn't ear
to tIe Camt of lienae so amoon, an
naw they ar anxious, "on the mourn
s'et beeth," so to ;peak, to get the as
Back' in Len county. Well, no
y is urpried, for it's Just as w
espeted, only we did hope the liquo
flka would be decent enough to wait i
reasonable time before bringing on th4
expense and Inconvenience of another
election, as nobody wants an elect io
aosoon over the "wet and dry" que
tion who was on the winning side.q
Wonderhow they hope to win now'
ByyiJstering and voting more whiskey
neroes? But white folks in Leo
cnty and throughout the State o01
PMrida have all these years endeavored
to eliminate the colored vote from poll
ties, believing that this course was besi
for the negro as well as for the whites
man; therefore the colored voter has
bemn e nsplieoas for his absence at
eltl~s. Loot's see; didn't somebody,
8a wh1ke man, pay the reitration
fee for a of negroes in Tallahase
In order tovote them "wet" in the late
wet and dry election we had in Leon
county? Wonder how those colored
brethren voted, and will vote in the
State ead county elections? The re-
duction th Demoeratic majorities of
Leon c py will be In roporton tohe
colored 14. eAT? fact is, this
"llcenae or no license" question is usu-
ally ettlWd In favor of the "'dry" side,
when tw nerovote Is eliminated. We
folks 4- w e Inr.k South Florida are
wathinMI TI=4al0aaaa and Leon eountj.
We have ube servants up there n the
apltol whom we helped toeect, ard
among her duties they owe their con-.
situints is to keep th1 capitol clean
and In tod moral tone, and If either of
them line up" with the gaM that
"MrWi ad vote "wet oon we'll
atnd to th later, or word to that
afet; and moreover, some of us have
vivld reIolhetions of the last liquor
sonteet In oad Laon for "we was ther,"
and we mem-wber ow they said, "Pro-
hibition will kill the town;" "blind
ti will exist evwhre;" "more
vrlbke will be ,o0 than under 11.
ane," 'te., and don t you remember
one prominent advoeste of saloons act-
ually sold his home and moved to Jack-
* sonville, but it wasn't long before he
returned and paid rent to live in pro-
hibition Tallahassee, and I was told
that he said, when speaking of the folly
of his course in leaving Tallahassee,
"If ever there was a dam fool, I was
It." Now I have no unkind word for
him, for he was misled, as other good
oltisens have been, d he told the
writer prior to that t that his
only wish In the matter Motlia idof
the city and best intrst of the
people, and if, said hb. "the people
adopt prohibition I wi areta ly do all
can to enforce it." iayhbeldy knows
i ow the police court o TM laha Neewas
reduced fn the trial of persons charged
with drunkenness and doe sulerl on-
duct, the throngs of drunken and bols-
terou negroes Saturday, at night and
on the country roads, and through the
eity park, was changed completely and
all Tallahassee and Leon county knows
how marked is this improvement since
we ehut up the saloons. Bainbridge,
Ga., furnishes the "bug juice" now,
a drunken man is rarely seen in
1T" .a and usually it is a whiskey
town that furnished those products of
thae to supply our Tallahassee
l r d with argument. Oh, sy,
1 i Jf our saloon friends will de-
mraother "Joint debate?" If so,
W' thbr-doing a little business at
sitad down at the park. Well,
1 widv to If they will attempt an.-
Stharfand rally and strmt parade in
alhl? Ohi my. Wasn't that
iquor "lpe len" and parade with
bamers 'a dandy?"
4L heart 1.o the ti fend reWsorlt"eU"
Of M IJ"t ul., end thaw "coons" in the
_V =S_ If tles in the sun's bright reetkion,
Wi 0*6i*.mwine- of their ikidn.y- .d
IaPbM l o e- U mafhodbe dnwn Monroe.
a a i bo k an ner to "tite,"
se Mitr=%ito wmake bie show.
aIt dk#W o.I"llown" In the vot.
Good-bye, Bro. Collins. Ringq u.
Mr. W. B. Crawford returned Tues-
day from Hot Springs, Ark.. where he
ha bean for tha past few weeks. He
ia mnuh improved in health and looks
"brand nw" again. He tells us that
Mehoame Lynch, another Tallahasee
boy, is out there and is manager of the
Rector Bath House, quite a popular re-
art.' "Mr. W. B. and his brother, Jno.
T. 0 Crawford, have combined their
law prasties, and the Afirm will be
known as "Crawford & Crawford at-
teramys and oounselloru at law." Both
a aasart young men, and are well
able to mete with any of theilbreth.
rae ta ar. We predlet for them a

howerGaAnlm Wea s Leaer; Dwvo.

r ti l OWr high gMhoMl waM s
W d- r- be ad ne-beea te
dpal had not the eortifie aft. ruired
S lAst yer the board imported two
Steeers who, on ainmimatlon, failed to
Snrleet any gioy on themselves or their
* sposo. Mr. Wideman wanted some
d strong in mathematics," and he wa
. given earte blanche to secure them, and
,. In doing so got the hoard into an em-
i. batuoinf position.
* Is the board trying to vindicate itself
r (or the individual member who was said
a to be responsible) by perpetuating last
! year's mistakes? Seemingly so, as they
r voted last month to re-employ their im-
n ported third-grade teachers.
I do not beeve Tallahassee's people I hav in connectin
realize the extremely poor shown I have in connection w
? made by these teachers, else they would
y have insisted last year on their discon- where I can take care of
n tinuance. Their record was not then
f published because of the fact that they I buy, sell or exchange
d were ladies and, it seemed, had not un-
. derstood the situation here and were hold goods.
t themselves victims to a certain extent.
0 Now the situation is different, and, be.
s living as I do thit no third-grade teach-
t era should be employed in our high
, school, I feel it a public duty to make I Glad To Be Home.
the publication.
Prof. Wideman desired teachers who; After his arrival home, in an inter-
were "strong in mathematics," solcall view at Cleveland, Ohio, July 31st,
especial attention to the grading in John D. Rockafeller said: I hope the
these studies, particularly to those of time will come when some of the peo-
Miss Elcan, who last year taught the ple will know others of the people bet-
seventh grade (dangerously near college ter. You newspaper men can do much
preparatory grades), where strength n towards making some of us better ac-
mathematws should be a prerequisite. quainted with each other. You can tell
Mus. w h.- Mis what kind of people we are. ,I believe
bumr. -"ian. it is the duty of the papers to do this."
Orthoslaphy .41 .M54 He said he was glad to get home
.7 7 again. "If you don't think it is a
S.mmu.. 7.. 6 .s0 pleasure to be here, go to another coun-
&=m._I0on .70 .76 try fori a time. Our own country is
Wao' best, though we can still make great im-
Phrloy '.0 .sxs4 provements in the conditions here."
ad PratUwe . .74
s4m Gagrasphy .81 tl NOtce.
S............ Tallahasse Fla, July 17. 1906.
O.nemw mever. .. sos.* 07. TheRegistration Books ofLeonCoun-
Note that Miss Wuhb Irn b.plv got ty will be kept open at the court house
uffcionet for a"third-grade and some of in Tallas on Th ursday, Friday nd
her marking s are amazingly low S vt aturday in each week, from the 9th
she superoed Miss Chaires, one ofhe day ofAugt until the 18th day of
State's best primary instructors. Miss October, A. D. 190. .
Elean was much worse, when you con- .. P. CHAI Rt
oider the grade to which she was as. Supervisor Registration for Leon
signd. County. .. ..21-4t
1 claim that it was an absolute indig- Te Can Get to Pa.saea.
nity to the home teachers of Leon,
High School for these low-grade "im. An impression seems to prevail that
portations" to be paid $5 per month people cannot get to Panacea because
more than our tried and true instruct- the floods have temporarily put the tram
ors were receiving car out of business. This is a mistake.
Miss Cotton. holding a State primary Carriages, hacks and wagons meet all
certificate, and Prof. Demilly, holding trains, and will take passengers and
a Staes certificate both dis laced; Miss baggage over promptly.
Washourn, very low third-grade, and The springs were overflowed only one
Mi TElcan third-grade, imported See day-Sunday. It is now dry around ho-
how t lis e ,la board improves your teland springs, and the water at creeks
school t is falling so rapidly the management
Seemnas though these ladies would be expects to have the tram car running
loneomle aS the ONLY lowest-grade by Sunday, -...
teachers in the school, especially when b. -a-, e, Secead Clas asis.
surrounded by such excellent ones as .I. o .
Moss CM. MBrevard (State certificate),. The following letter from Mr. Joseph
E. C. Eppes (flrst grade) Jennie Bre- S. Raine, Jr., of the Southeastern Ta-
vyard (first grade). H (Cairea (State riff Association, to lion. J. E. Perkins,
primary), and Kate Sullivan (second will be of general interest to Tallahas-
grade), sreans and explains itself:
Miss Davless was re-elected by the Atlanta Ga, August 2, 1906 m
board, despite that she has no certif- Mr. J E perkins, Secreta,* Talla-
cate and cannot. under the law, tach. hassee., Fla., Dear Sir: This to ad
I lay this matter before the people, vie that our Inspection Department
believing they will agree with me that has approved on the installation of your
these teachers should be required to water works and fire department sym-
either secure higher readings or give tern, with the exception that there is
wav to those who can o so. no automatic regulator on the pumps.
he board meets next Tuesday. and We will however, end a Special Agent
they should hear from you unless you to Tallahassee with the least possible
are content to allow your school to beldelay for the purpose of re-rating the
conducted in this indifferent and un. own on a second class basis, making a
business-like manner deficiency charge of .06 for the absence
J. LncOY SAUL.. of said automatic regulator. As it may
-I--- -.-- be sometime before our Special Agent
Subscribe to The True Democrat. can get down in that pert of the terito-
u.t... R is i ry. we beg to ask that you inform all
Supt. J. B EPs ism in the sout.- agents and any interested assured that
western part of the county this week,. ri wIll dted ba to A
inspecting schools. e tar wliff dated back to Au.ut
"np-ctinglchool lt, mdall policies written onor a'lUr
Dr. G. W. Lamar, of Quincy, was Autuat lot will be entitled to a re-bate
among his Tallahassee friends and ac- bck to the new rate whatever it may
quaintances Wednesday be. This authorization is given owing
Mr. D. R. Cox, our popular furniture to the fact that we are unable to give
man, with his family, are spending a the city as immediate attention as is de-
pleasant season at Panacea Springs. saired. Thanking you to advise all
Mr. F A. Burch has returned home agents of the contents of this letter,
and in on duty again as bookkeeper at we are very try yours,
Lew Bro. store after a pleasMan visit -Or" S. RAINv, Ja.
to (.anada and other points. F. M B y wil. l aeyu oe
where on the sidewalks and lo every Col. W. C. Hodges left Tuesday for
vate lots ofd in city. Laluth, thence to San Francisco, and
prof. A o .fthe cit ye. on to the Orient for several months
traveling for the Or ho h School, pat of every y in vr ben l
this summer. He and his wife will trvel. n has bee a.n ,the word,
leave directly for Orlando. studying it all the time, several time.
If you have not remitted us One Dol- Hon D. M. Lowry is making prep.
lar for a yera 'asu subcription, ptiae do rations for the coming aseaon at the
so now, as we have to depend on the cotton oil mills, and soom the sounds of
income from our business to keep their whistle will echo ove tie hlle
things going. This printing estaiaisbh and wagenloads of aeoton and cotton
meti6 not backed up by emO with sad wiH oe ans going that woy. Sem1
schemes and schemers' money. aow the cotton s Bass wi be oe aad
Col. Charles A. Chaste sad ur. th5 will livem up eine.
MleMima, will leave Prr toe s 3 Co. will sel gemies -P? a
fot wTaelahassee wtore thlU isams fer the st two we

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st Ub B W&
a: OWne of vlasser
tieus wldpeV ey m a vor of
the o that iMt
tihe r nTigws." WTaverk ef
tea e manp to use it.
Stten that the ope saloon
itte tige Isth e blind tgrl-
matue theo; It ito untrue Ina
| fat. O bav bhas been, that
more blitd tae n under the wet
thas under te 7. UadIer the dry the
sale a kperrlid the buad tiger ie
Son, sad iw always under a strain ofap-
prehenMsoa uof see n ttig
witam astmi huind him
a a tried. wt he
atm ras an open salon himself and
turonaae others with liquors with which
to rue blind tigers around the outskirts
of town, phosphate sad turpentine
eamd. The temperence men case their
--ig ee, beoase they believe it to be
to the interest of the open saloons to
uppress blind tigers. So the blind ti.
gers have a froeeand under the wet.
Proof that blind tigers are run in wet
counties as well as in dry, was proven
a few weeks ago. when a number
were arrested for selling liquor unlaw-
fuly in and around Jacksonville where
thirty-two saloons are in full blast.
Bln tin are un in every wet county
In the State ans unless rome blind ti-
ger man una-ertakes to run independ-
ently of saloon keeper, no one is likely
to biedisturbed.
Brooksville under the wet had more
blind tigers than it has ever had under
the dry. And they were both of the
ordinary kind and the worst character
of bid tigers possible, being nothing
less than disreputb1es, where I-
quor obtain t open saloons
of tim town, were sold to their custom-
ers. These female blind tigers were
famirshed with intoxicants and were
therefore supported b the open saloons.
Each saloonad its own patronizing and
patronized brothel. One of these female
tiger brothels is said to have been fitted
UD amUptously--piano, carpets and the
furaishings of a luxurious home. It was
burand down, whether seton fire by a-o
cideat, indignant parents, or a rival fe-
mals tiger, we do not know.
Uader the wet in these purlieus of
unmentionable vice the female blind ti-
ger held high carnival. Our young
men were enticed into them, and their
souls, minds and bodies ruined in most
loathsome and disreputable ways. When
the open saloons were closed by law,
these cess pools of vice and infamy were
dried up also, because their supporters,
the saloons, were gone. We here refer
to the white female tigers that infested
Brooksville under the wet. That there
were more negro male and female tigers
than white our people have no reason to
In Brooksville under the wet the hill
top were sprinkled with blood, and the
valleys reeked with unmentionable visae.
As to female blinted tthes, that on-
ditien exists in very wet town and
city. The brothels sen liquors, furnish-
ed by the local open saloons, without
license. Brothels exist wherever open
saloons do.
The honest men, and there were hon-
est men, who signed the whiskey peti-
tion for an election, because they were
opposed to blind tigers, will have to
erase their names to be consistent, on
account of these facts.
Many of our older citizens can vouch
for the correctness of our statements in
this article in regard to the conditions
that existed here under the wet.
Is there a man on that petition who

F-Aatasamos sy.
The followlg is the monthly state-
meat of Treasurer Knott of balances in
the several State funds at the close of

business July 81, 1906:
General revenue fund.......
One mill school tax fund ....
Pension tax fund ..........-
State Board of Health fund.
Principal of school fund (un-
invested) .....-.......----..----
Interest of school fund.------
Principal of Seminary fund
uninvestedd) --..-........-----.
Hire of State convicts fund_
Indian war claims fund .....
Agricultural College fund .- -
Hatch Experiment Station
fu d- ................
Adam, Experiment Station
White College Morrill fund -
Colered College Morrill fund
Interest of Seminary fund -
Proceeds of college property
Experiment Station,incident-
al fund ...--........ ..t-------
Colored Normal School, con-
tingent fund--------------
University of Florida,Gaines-
ville donation fund.-------
Florida Female College, inci-


NemuwhiMp Neat Leslature.
8TATSt M1T3.
District 1-Thoe. P. West. Milton.
2-John 8. Beard, Pnsacola.
S-John Neel, Wesatille.
4-Theop. West Marianna.
5-A. J. Alford, belle.
6-James E. Brooms, Quincy.
7-Park M. Trammel, Lakeland.
8-John W. Henderson, Tallahassee.
9-W. K. Jackson, Inverness.
10--C. L Legett. Greenville.
11-James E. Crane, Tampa.
12-AL Winburn, Mallory.
13-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-J. B. Crews. Lake Butler.
16-Thomas S. Davia Fernandina.
17-J. R. Newlan, Live Oak.
18-H. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19-Louis C. Massey, Orlando.
20-D. H. Baker, Orange Home.
21-N. R. Carter. Levyville.
22-W. M. Girardeau, Monticello.
28-I. N. Withers, Lady lake.
24-W. Hunt Harris, Key West.
25-8. W. Clark Blountatown.
26-E. S. Crill, Palatka.
27--Jos. H. Humphreys, Bradentown.
28-Frank W. Sams, New Smyrna.
-E. E. Canova, Sanderson.
0-Frank Adams, Jasper.
31--Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
32-H. H. McCreary, Gainesville.

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weeavUl uv. l ah Mi a
WoodIU*asnd the loal second team J
ed a Cam at baseball onlest
i a srooin. Tby played eleven e1
inta= and the sname was Snally eid the
on account of darkness,thewarstand. A
inS 16 to IL
iamble knocked a thre-agger for ewPt
the Tallahasse tem. HutchbIo s get
several ntic lieks, as well as Mabry. id
Dock Sanberry starred :or Woodvile. sM Mt ho
Batteries: Iabry and Watmeo for Thmei iweei
locals, and Knight and Page for visit. atlte
ors. John Robinso was the umpire.
---- -t h l5
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Watts returned
Monday from Lake City, whero they
were called bythe sdden illne of to put ti
his father. Mr. Watta is now muhe Mabeab ki
improved. t l slut
State Ns wIIli lt
St. Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matass, u fI havI
W. A. McWilliams St. Augutne. W 7 ,
St. Lucie-Claude F. O instead, Ft. t
Pierce. about
Sumter--W. C. G. Kpgore, Wildwowd. jth1at 1
Suwanne-W. R. Dorman, Live O k; ep TIJ
W. H. McClellan Walborn tT
Taylor-T. J. Faulkner, Perry.
Volusia-Wm. S. Parkinson, Daytona; e pma iMII lEV'
D. F. Morrison, Barberville. Re mbte
Wakulla-- S. P. Roddenberry. Sop. S op-H
cho p py. Bpmprvim
Waton-J. H. Richburg Laurel Hill. .
Washington-W. B. Laaltar, Vanmo. "S0albe to Thi .

dental fund-------- 7.24 Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd ^
University, incidental fund 90.26 L. Carter, Gainesville. I W W WM it
--.--- Baker-L. C. Cobb, Olustee;
$594,608.72 Bradford-E. S. Matthews, Starke;
H. C. Pee lee, Dukes.
Tebacco ean PacUag *ase. Brevar -Wade H. Jones, Tituaville. N P rin
A large tobacco packing house is what Calhoun--A. Max Wilson, Blounts. -
the farmers of Leon now want to in- town.
duce them to go into the tobacco busi- Citrus--J. W. Kniht, Floral City.
ness in the right manner. The few who Clay-J. B. Long, Green Cove Spnngs. Crwates a ood itmnru n &ioleO m you
have made tobacco this ear prove con- Columbia-M S. Knight, Lake City; ,asW s end eps _to _a y. W y
clusively that a splendid grade can be H. L. Avant, Fort White. OOrrespondent a d helps to sVs. si,
gown. Now afford facililtes for hand. Dade-John W. Watson, Miami. business presti ge
ing it, and tobacco can be made to DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
mean for Leon just what it does for Duval-I. L. Farris and S. H. Mel- wu DO NMAW WlaIi A* aT A wa ua -IMm.
Gadsden. ton, Jacksonville.
Hon. W. B. Lamar is to have sent to Escambia-Chas. M. Coston, Pensa- OOLLIN8' JOB O.FF l
us a number of copies of the excellent cola; M. 0. Baggett, McDavid.
pamphlet and maps on the "Soils of Franklin--J. F. C. Griggs, Apalchi-
Leon which we shall take pleasure in cola.
distrtbuting where they will do most Gadsden-J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. L,.
good. Taylor, Branchville.
Call at Mr. A. Wahnish's ware and Hamilton--John Bradshaw, Jennings; -:_: i
curing houses in this city and see what L. G. Register Jasper.
he is doing with tobacco, and talk with Hernando-C. S. Wilson, Brooksville.
him. You will certainly be surprised, Hillsboro-W. W. K. Decker, Tampa; L C VAE ERD
and we believe he will fill you full of John R. Dudley, Plnt City. L* i
tobacco enthusiasm. Holmes --D. J. Paul, Bonifay.
-*e^ Jackson Ed. Williams, Graceville; Dealer In
Pavement Aresai Nasenk Temple. H. C. Neel, Bascom.
Another improvement of the week is Jefferson- S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
that a cement sidewalk is being put J" D. Thompson, Lloyds. Hard are
down on the Clinton street as well as Lafayette-D. G. eger, Mayo. ardw are,
the Adams street side of the Masonic Lake- -S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S. F. .
building, at the corner of the named Smith, Leesburg. Stoves, Tinware, agns,
streets. Lee F. J. Wilson, Buckingham
This is another step of advancement Leon- A. S. Wells and Gilbert Hart- Carriages Plumb
Keep it up, good people, and our old field, Tallahassee. CPlumbing
town will soon take the stand it ought Levy -J. N. Willis, Williston.
to have had long ago. Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson, Bristol. and Plumbers
Madison- R. H. Rowe, Madison; R.
Trunks and Bags, White Canvas L. Millinor, Ellaville.
Shoes and White Caps, Summer Under- Manatee-John A. Graham, Braden- l9UDt
wear and BatWh & Suits must be closed town.
out at Burns & Co.'s to make room for Marion- E. L. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
that arge consignment of Fall Goods G. Matthews, Ocala. Builders and Mill Supplies and Spd0tiultO lW .
just bought. Order by phone if you Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. IH.
can't visit the store. 24-tf Malone, Jr. Key We4.
Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Jas.
wishes Hernando county and Brooks. E. Colkins, Fernandina.
ville to return to those conditions?- Orane-G. W. Crawford, Conway; CONSTANTINE 1 US
Brooksville Argus. B. C. Abernethy, Orlando.
Is there a citFsen of Leon County who Osceola- A. E. Done an, Kissimmee. t $1 r Day.
wishes to see such conditions in this Pasco -R. J Mc(utcheon, Dade City. *t $ r y *
county? We believe not, and think some Polk- W J. Durrance, Fort Mead; H.
good men who have signed the petition W. Snell, Winterhav.'n.
for callinganother election in this coun- Putnam-H. A. Mc.Kenzie, Palatka; Regular Board $4.50 Per W eek.
ty will make haste to have their names W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
taken off, which they have a perfect Santa Rosa J II. Ilarvell, Bagdad; /' I A
right to do. A. J. Peaden, Oak (;rove. W. L. STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prope

The Second big sale of Central Town Lots in this Magic little City will take place

#Tuesday, August, 14th, 1906. The Selling Will Begin Promptly at 10 O'c
*S Excursion from all points on the Live Oak Perry & Gulf Railroad and near by connections. Prof. Abel's Brass Band of
Jacksonville will furnish Music, The .Jacksonville Development Company will
furnish BARGAINS in town lots.

e Lots in very center on open streets, size 50 by 120 feet, high and dry, will be sold for $60 for inside and $75 for corners, every lot plainly marked and
make your own selection. Terms: $5 cash and $5 a month without interest or taxes.

Lots sold one month ago cannot be bought to day except for a satisfactory advance in price. On the night of the 14th of August, when all the sales ol
have been made, ALL LOTS CONTROLLED BY THE COMPANY WILL BE ADVANCED TEN PER CENT. You must buy on that day or pay higher prices. An opp
knocks at every man's door at least one time in a life time,-don't miss it when it knocks.


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se to be wnite, in marriage Mlegnamr

0 young drIam"aan a poet I o5t, o -
0n iovoieing i enlal1ft that ment to workfor a t
naVeryetr been souee.sfully contra- offers f wage that are ma de ad
diaN. We have been very much inter-.notwft _g' tiWe fact that m a-
std and refreshed by a little tranma being b e w every part of the caun.
tdo ba hearts here at the capital. * trynseaah d labor thereis at prI
"To love and be wise, is scarcely grant- ent a greater mmber of idlers thea
ed to the god abovee" so these two have ever bee known at any
dear eeatures have perIto F at- time. So it is plain that ood age
tempted to look distantly Indifferent does not nerese the number of laor-
aad vehemently denied a Iallegations ers. While we would not by any means
aS wedding was in prospect, bliss- advocate low wages we are of the opin-
m1onacious of the fact that a little ion that so far as colored labor is con-
had told us even the date of the corned low wages would solve the prob-
weddkwaeks ago. It was so delicious lem. All the average negro wants is
to watch them and read the whole vol- enough to go on and if 20 men can earn
imes pressed in the long, sweet looks enough to support 40 men then there
exchanged aeroes the room, that no one will be only 0 mn at work and the oth-
bad the heart to disabuse them of the er 20 will ilve by mbling or some oth-
Mds that no one knew, and we even er means and make the 20laborers sup-
feigned surprise when the announce- port them in theiridleness.
Xmet was made. But we weren't, the There isn't any doubt but what the
least bit. negro is the most satisfactory labor to
This interesting little romance began behadespeclally in the South, but since
=st year when Governor Broward ap- the negro refuse to work It seems that
o Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe his pri- it has reached the point where the im-
Vate secretary. Mr. Wolfe came tagged portation of labor has become a necesi-
as a confirmed bachelor, and an immune ty.
from the tender passion. Chauncey It occurs to us that the enforcement
Depew said, about the time his engage- of the vagrancy law passed by the last
ment to his wife was announced, tsat Florida legislature would to some extent
Cupid's best ally is ropinulity, so un- relieve the situation. If the negro was
der the classic wafli of the dear old given to understand that he must either
State house Mr. Wolfe met the one go to work for wages or for the state
woman-and now they are to be mar- without wages we believe that. many of
ried-and we hope, as the story books them could be induced to go work.---
say, will live happily ever afterward. Plant City Courier.
* "* ~Miss Vinson, his fiancee, has. .
been Governor Broward's stenographer Mr. J. H. Workman, the popular prin
She is petite and girlish in appearance, cipal of the Ocala iHigh school, who has'
and is an unusually fine little woman. been at Tallahassee ever since the clos-
The wedding, owing to the illness of ing of the Ocala school attending the
Mrs. Vinon, will be a very uiet affair. normal school has gone to his home at
It will take plae at noon Wdnesday Southside, Ienn., to spend several
th 16th of ugust, and will be attend; weeks with his relatives. It is a mat
only by a few"friends of the families. ter of great pleasure to his friends here
The bide and groom will spend alweek to know that he will return in the fall.
t Pensacola and will then go for a Mr. Workman last week in Tallahassee
wedding tour of several weeks. took the examination for a state certifl-
%- u ra ....e a.cate in Florida. He stood a very mag-
Mr. Will Langdon, of Americus, was nificent examination and passed every
in the city Sunday on route to St. Te- study with a big margin to his credit.-
mram in company with Mr. Robert Ocala Banner.
Bradford. Subscribe to the True Democrat.

ofr tho Nouwmahrt, t- f ow a
exhl ts roesiy. A ti,

Saxon. W. C. LawisJa.o. P.
e. P. Houa ual and H.T Pekel
Mr. Saul wae nodetied to go ahead
with rops on the Ja te
The tax roll was pro tal by to a w
Maor and aceapte prdsntation.
This il qultaeo pla teo to Ior
stimable tax aseorMr. W. Ames
who has kept the books we up to the
standard set by his excellent pradc e
or. -
Change of anDtusrins ira.
Hon. Frank Duval and Mr. R. B.
Council have purchased of Mr. W. R.
Crowder his corner mercantle bunan-,
across from the court house rand in tha
future the firm name of the business
will be known as Council & Co., with
po lar and genial Dock Council, as he
milarly known, as active manage
of same, and no one doubts the new
prorietors will do a good business.
MrW. R. Crowder, who is so wen
and favorably known in this city, will
en e in manufacturing brick near
Tarl _, andit is saidtis new busi-
ness promise him good returns. The
True Democrat wishes all thee gentle.
men much success in their business and
invites them respectively to talk to the
public through advertisements in them
columns. If you wish your share of
patronage you must invite it.
Mrs. R W. CobblefMonday for a
visit of six weeks to her home in Co-
lumbia, Tenn.
Mr. A. B. Blackburn who has been
in the employ of T. B. yrd for the past
year, has bought an interest in the
store and now it Is T. B. Byrd & Co.
Senator Cone, of Lake City, was in
the city Friday.


Th r day Morningyou will find our entire Stock of Colored
ThIUrLdVY Lawns on center tables marked at a uniform

price to close, values, 10, 12 1-2, 15 and 25 cents, next Thursday and Friday, Special,

Your choice 71.2 Gents.

You will find other good things on sale at reduced prices.

Tag Your Memory With the Day.


Oa Stale Fale a Tempa.
Aor to the estimatesof the At-
aIS CeitLine, Beaboard Air Line,.
M- oth railway travel.
ad IFlorna, the at-
o hw i M-rs at thea eomlni
iTamp Novem.
to will be twWe asm lar
to last ar. Thousands who
to and settle pera..
Flf will come from the
and Eac t aloo*
f these feat, and the fur.
that hlurm on products of
Ind wil be larr than ever of.
at southern tate fair, every
at ee t should ba represented In
dbWtine d prm te, and
tta W eommisloneram should, at their
M lM- r Matina, aoint a commit,
S i o exb. and make an
to defray the actual ex.
exo biting. The railroads
Sno e for transporting the
SDO charge will b made
Ia the various exhibition
ra ISS f to taad tot
i r IRs e-avidat that addtiona build
lg ehve to be rctaed. Among
a model poultry building,
w II be exhibited twice as
Sas were seen at the fair

T tkblaborrm lsa serious one in
all@ a Kda, a od for that matter
4 the O Many cerom-

an yothern doubitls false.
hoiWvW do not go to
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Ice ad ooeer War. GOVERNOR APPEALS FOR HELP. Resol
A Clarksburg, W. Va., dispatch of .-- for by
August 7th, says a beer fight is on there. A Prepositean Which Will Hardly
Recently the Clarksburg Rrewin Com- Bring Nany Stams to Him, as ..
y announced they would selli ce for
10 cents per 100 pounds. The Reymann the Dranaseo Proeslile upon
Brewin Compasny of Wheeling, W. W i U elar. but
Va., realiated by furnishing ice to .- is Up.. r. but a
loons and other consumers free of Napoleon HI Broward, Governor of us. I
charge. This aroused the local brew. Florida, who is trying to carry out a tion o
en, and an announcement was made drainage scheme involving the Ever. any 0
today that free beer would be furnished glades, comes out in a personal appeal citase
all consumers. The Reymann Company in the DeLand Mercury, asking dona- busim
came back with the word that they tions of stamps or money to carry on defeat
would furnish all consumers free beer his literary bureau. In part. Governor winnil
for five years, and as a result free beer I Broward says: b "e
is being distributed throughout the city "I stated in several public speeches the c
to all saloos and other consumers. during the rimary campaign, to the the pi
The Widemann Company stands t, Ipeople assembled. that I was defraying, rest c
while Koster has joined the fight. The personally, the expense of sending out out of
struggle promises to be a merry one, as certain data on the subject of dralnin be cal
not one company will agree to surrender the Everglades, and on the subject o Flork
or compromise. the collection of the drainage tax under land
^,^^..-.. the law enacted by the last Leislature, their
According to the Palatka News, the and in furnishing data to the voters, acre.
Hon. John P. Wall, heretofore the showing why Joint Resolution No. 4, to age d
"watch dog" of the State Treasury from be voted for or against in the coming con ini
old Putman,but who is now a high pri- fall election, should be adopted. I also of St
vate In the rear ranks because he stated, in these several public speeches DeSo
"bucked" Dr. E. 8, Crill for the posi- to the people that if the expense be- land
tion of State Senator, has read himself came too great for me to bear alone, of la
out of the Democratic party which for that I would call upon them to contrib- The
so many years honored him by sending ute either stamps or money to detray Floi
to Tallahase to make laws for the poo- the expense of placing in the hand of the U
pe. The Hon. John, according to the the voters specific data upon the sub- acres
News.which is altogether truaworthy ject of Everglades drainage and 100.0(
and reliable, ays that he will not sup- cially setting forth the reasons "1
port some of the nominees. In which enactment by the last Legislature of least
respect. in view of the fact that the the present drainage law, ad for the tribul
nominees do not need his vote, is Imma- submitting to th people of a joint ree- prep&
trial and his position is unfortunate for olutlon, which is aliost a copy of the voter
-Mr. Wall. Leebrg Commerial. drain and whi adopted make
y, the potoraPh has sold ti, I have conchAdthat th attend
"mtandenrU the Maoni lbuddi, tionof the people of the Stote should
hMs bee oowanjae Jllis '& mmvatls. u

I 70arImO1Ss; Wears LogeWr; Deve.f adopttion, by Toesa!
pftlhl 50ea

ution No. 4, which is to be voted
y them in November.
am aware of the fact that calling
the people to subscribe to a fund
ia kind is an unusual proceeding,
very unusual condition confront
have no more interest in the adop-
of Joint Resolution No. 4 than has
other disinterested but atriode
n of the State of Florida. The
es in hand is our business. The
t of the joint resolution and tee
ng of several law suits, brougIt
veral large syndicates to prevent
election of the dranage tax, under
resent law, would entail upon the
Df the people of Florida burden
f proportion to what they should
lied upon to pay in reclaiming the
a Everglades. Six of the arge
syndicates have sworn, through
agents, that they own 8,800,000
of land in the Evergladee drain.
district, which drainage district is
ed to th county of Dmde aad parts
SLucie, Osceola, Lee, Monroe and
to. There are four or five other
co rations owing large tracta
ad n the same draiage district.
trustees hold for the people of
dis in that district, 2,M 8,Oaer-m
n ited States owns about 800,00S
; the State school fund owns about
00 acres.
ask every citizen to contribute at
a X-ent stamp, or other small eon-
Mom, to defray the expeame of
ring the data that I think every
should have, to emable hiM
Sup hismind how to vote a the
L I thmak that It wll: o
O, made up a fellows: 10%m. 1-


proportion of whatever sum in excess
of that amount is contributed. I have
sent out about 86,000 documents al-
read and it has cost me between $700
and L1,000.P
President T. J. L. Brown of the State
fair, which will be held in Tampa No-
vember 14th to 29th. has for several
weeks bn buy arranging and revis-
ing the premium Nats on products of f
every kind. He has received sugges-
tion, from p.&h.dets iving in every
section of Florda, and many of these
eo have adopted. Every
in Florida who haa a sauges-
tonto make is md to do so at once.
Thoee who deire listewhen printed
shoau address the abovenaO ed gen-
timnan. The u a ninth various de-
cprentm of eiltMwi to avoid con-
S and disatiaetion at the end,
will be selected beforehand by the va-
rious counties, and their names will be
published on the premium lists before
they are sent out.
eon county will vote a the "wet"
and dry q' estio again this fall.
The"blind have bee giving
the people a great deal of trouble since
the saloons wre sht off. Thea ood
peop should exterminate the ,var-
ambn" and keep the county dry -Brie-
tol Ba.
State Superitendent of PMbi In-
strutke will held another
Sta teax-91teasU a tGaesns

at put l otked sateMa to sin-s to
their hhhool eareames time t
week theiArs Monday Is leptems-
he W . aP f H d

Polbew ,S0 "vm

e Mte hNso e waesidte
mcim, IW seve9 W y e nW-'

be a d atel WbA tim t that
statements that he wll he a eeamdo te
the"a mthO meetlyt. W. SAW

Ul. ely l tt.
blia t that he worin ouMrewur a
Mr. Jealanng is known in every county
SFnordae and ipslie, aespeel tow
the l MoW r classes aod mran

She s ted for mat

Clearing out sale of Panama Hats at
Burns A o's. Sa-te
The monthly meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held at the Baptist church.
beion Monday afternoon at ive o'lfok.

Mr. W. A. Harris a Tknown in y eboy,
who has been workg in Moltrie man.,
lfor some time past, has nmatrned ato
Burns a Co. are still slig Neg
Shirts at m0 cents, and of the W. C. T.g a
U. wlot of Shoes at the samptlow ure.ch
Mr. Paul Harrins spat Sunday in theboy,


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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and dimesT It is so arranged that
por ca deaomt half dollar or smaller cola. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a edl Md ba. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an eeount with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these bnks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an meeount with us within thirty days frim receipt of bank. 'Ihese Lanks are delivered to you
loked and can only be opened by us.
You would b surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of lom by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it i earning se-
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest period are
First days of April and October.
below we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 813 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

Am't deposited.
lOc per day for 5 years.... ......-------.. -$156.50
0 per day for 6 years .....-... ... 313.00
25e per day for 5 years .... --...- -. 391.26S,
S0c per day for 5 years.. 409.50-
50e per day for 6 years ... ...... 782.50._
lOOc per day for 5 years ..---.-- ... .1,565.00-..

Interest earned. Total am't
$11.14-.....--- ........... 16 .64
2228 .-.----. ..- ---. 83- .
.... 2786 ...-. ..... .... 419.10
3342..-. .- ---......- 50M.9
. .- 56.70..-..-.---....---- -.. 838.0
-....111.40.--... .. ... 1,676.40

The capital Ptock of the savings bank is $20,IK)0.)00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.



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Our Prices Won't Make Your Money

Dealers In

Live and Rolling

BUGGIES $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00 and up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.


P. O. Box 338.

Tallahassee, Fla. i

Notice for Pablcatioa.
June 18, 1906.
Noties is hereby given that the foUowlns-
named setter has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before J. J. Hodes. U. 8.
Commslonerm at his office at Tallahassee, la..
k on Auvst 1. 106, vis: Hilliard Lowery of Wood.
ville.Prida Hd. 00UM for the SW of SW Vof
e. waie Tp. t S.. IL 2 E.
He ames the following witnesses to prove his
eaotinu..s residence upon and cultivation of maid
.l M. Cogin. A. M. Parker. Ed. Godwin. William
Kelly. of Woodvile., M.
W. 0. Roa-OwN.

Guar4dla's Nettee.

C. am. mor. I 1 SpHioM to
couty Judge of L ea ount. yrMa.rt his le
In thm rt bs.*, twhe ot, W T lis
theU ah d of August. A. IU at 'vte T.
m.. as m tberafter I an be wd. forae-
thertt to -all sI that Getaa tmactof land iHuta
lya t" s In 4aid county, known and d-
al asd ellow, fi o wit: Southest quarter of
81e10 f t0 01.Mp ta- aeth. of Rang.
three west. containin a10 acres.
DsAmn X. ALum.
14w GuaIrdMift Rarntemd C. Allen.

I I iVa IMnotie that after tee days front
this ubmet-mm I la ppyt th JMsorna
B o maor Paes at aab for a full
and m ls amdem tme tahe eamae of t rea m
of whi ak ammw inrmi bM thes iar pewa.
utsr. I w vewleti at the s tMr of Clr-
eutt Court at Lon e. nty. 1M. of the erhiw of
mallkie eal iegt a Male. JA,. L MANN.
9 rwrau.
A comfortable 6-room cottage with
kitchen and bath room, within" blocks
of Leon Hotel.- Rent 16.00 per mouth.
A J to HowAR GAMDLm.

White Canvas Show sad Straw Hats
are bel elodedut at Buras & Co.'s
at popular prio P-tt

CWes te re0tM Pbone No. S. MW

miss Nollie White, an Melress, to
Face Danw for Leve's Sale.
At the call of love, beautiful Nellie
White, niece of ex-Governor and ex-
Secretary of the Navy John D. Long,
and heiress of the late multi-millionaire,
Nelson D. White, has left her mansion
in Winchendon, Mass., and her wealth,
to travel 6,000 miles and take her place
by the side of the man she will then
wed, among the lepers of the Hawaiian
Her fiance is Dr. Walter R. Brineker-
hoff, who is in charge of the United
States leprosarum at Malaki, and who,
with the enthusiasm of youth and love
for his profession, has resolved to de-
vote his life to the task of seeking a
cure for the dread plague of leprosy.
He has already wol fame by his work
during the smallpox epidemic in Boston
in 1902, for whichhe was made a pro-
fessor in the Harvard Medical School.
with pathology as his specialty.
Then at the time of the smallpox
scourge in Manila he was sent there
as Harvard's representative A few
months ago he went to his present
work. The wedding is set for the sec-
ond week in September. When married
Dr. and Mrs. Brinckerhoff will spend a
part of their time at the home of Miss
White's sister, Mrs. James B. Castle,
in Honolulu, but will give most of their
days at the sanatorium in the effort to
find the cure for the dread disease
which shuts those afflicted by it off
from the rest of mankind.
Whether Dr. Brinckerhoff and his
bride will meet the fate of Dr. Damien
remains to be seen, but they say death
is insignificant if they can help poor,
unaided, suffering humanity. The meet-
ing of the two lat Christmas week in
Washington was romantic. A society
acquaintance soon ripened into love.
Dr. Brinckerhoff said he was going to
Hawaii and Miss White said she had
been there once and wanted to go again.
She followed him later to the island.
Miss White went to the beautiful home
of her sister, Mrs. James B. Castle, in
the residential section of Honolulu,
where she met Dr. Brinckerhoff again.
Soon wealth decided to marry fame.
Miss White was the belle of Winchen.
don her father being one of New Eng-
land's multi-millionaire manufacturers.
Her mother was a member of the fam-
ous Long family. vr. Brinckerhoff is
a Boston boy. Receiving his diploma
from a Boston high school, he went to
Harvard in the clam of '96, taking the
scientific course. In 1901 he added a
M. D to his A. B at the Harvard Med-
ical, graduating with highest honors.
Fri&hftUsy Bsnrd.
Chas. W. Moore 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 on earth for
burns, wounds, sores, eczema and piles.
25c at all druggletv .

e I mme we e pees

Rooms, centrally located. Apply to
Mrs. N. 0. Barrimgton, 548 South Ad-
ams street. 214t1
See J. D. Cy whemyou wish to by
a ni ce hse o r any d of veMe. He
wi. give yu te bmaat tceloast
pItm. ,, ,, 6,51-tf
Speal sale aD mm W at Iva-'.

Dea't Grumble
when your joints ache and you suffer
from rheumatism. Buy a bottle of
Ballard's Snow Liniment and get in-
stant relief. A positive cure for rheu-
matism, burns, cuts, contracted mus-
cles, sore chest, etc., Mr. I. T. Bogy, a
prominent merchant at Willow Point,
Texas, says that he finds Ballard's Snow
Liniment the best all-round liniment he
ever used. Sold by all druggists. *
Mr. Jos. Ferrell spent Sunday in
Messrs. J. W. and F. W. Coles left
Sunday for Ianark, where they will
spend a vacation of two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert S. Roberts
moved to Jacksooville Monday, where
they will in the future reside. They
have the good will of a host of friends.
Mr. W. G. Maynard, of Forsyth, Ga.,
was in the city Saturday.
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly al-
layed by applying Chtamberlain's Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this Salve is
nuequaled For sale by druggists. *
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Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.
The Newest Material for
Fancy Work.
Utopia Wools in German-
town, Saxony and

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Made under S eUn .35. Chapter 4lIr. i,jws of
Flindah, in,,A ,u the amount of tax rhharged
to thTx ('il'i.-tor of Im~ county. rilda.
to be coll'tedl fr the current year ISM. and
the apportinrun'it of the mems to the several
funds for which such taxes have been levied:
Total Tax Year I," 7,47.4g46
Amount pail to, AutA. Ilt. 1IA 21.324.0
Jlalance S 9.114 M

Genemrl R.vr,
Am't pai& ti t


Am.t Pai t-. A, 1-t. I!mX
Ain't Imtl A Av l 1t. l9W,;
Am't paid t, AuK M.t. 1st,
oIad and Hrklif
Am't paid to A'it. 1st. Ig1M
SpMeial 1c,.,. I)itrict No. I
Ain't iakl t. A li. 1st. IVA

S 7,734. fol
I WI'49
19.047 2tm
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Attet| i IIT. Fit.Im.,
Clerk Ciruit Court. LeOu Conty un ktI. Aug.
lot. 1O9
Tax Ntke.
All property on which taxes are not
paid by August 15th will be advertised.
No exception will be made.
W. D. WI 1o,
194t Collketor.I


Repair Work

i AH Work DON Promely.
4 e4 l^^yo^ wfr



r a Sp~eialty.


S and take a look at our convqaaes ad
** lyou will readily see the adis tagd .
hiring teams from us. If you'rei4
accustomed to much driving, ao
our prices will strike you bf
small. Do no harm to ask them
J. P. 8. HOUTOM, Prp.
Phones 79 and M3.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.



n TO 100 N. MONlOt4 a t.


-%ocP'J ALL NfI10%

pwt,4 r 'q

44 #4 mapo p?

Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


0 0 Je D. CA Y .

Headquarters for first class stock.

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

Have just received a I I
car load of as handsome U J 1 E S
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harness

J D*. \Y Tallahassee, F

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FIT,. . ry w T;^ ;.' ** ** *"', 7. .-- *. .. .. i *, .,.;f1,,: T STO ^ ^ B lj'M

mm oat of twenty-three wi now agre you sad w, s wapping exprleme .,
a1tMofybwmw few. I MO rmm

Sartle eaded and taled by W made s good paint as we co ad
toef the Ofts learned to mke better. We are the
to Itteon Unlvensity?" This arti. oldest now; we don't know whether we >I- T v 1' i| i!l
*ele ,a reasaw of te, Steton Univer. had any teeher or not; it'so long aso; s a -A .
O ft matter. I say "reM If we hadow he's gone and forgotten.114
do not discover a single We should have beew forlotte, if we aree siioe a
isew or theme in it except it be the hadn't mad good paint and kinds.
S.ofthe writer to make out that Yoou uy your shoe; you have an .- .
eL.. ~. aney alone and ingle-ahanded, is vantage I that; f you make a mistake, n owaUNaN. AND AdOM - .
.,, Ilpolbe for the failure of the uni- you can stop it quick: if you make a hit, A- hinraN:; ,., e 'S (o.e.r ,,)'-.
Sersit to receive the $140,000. There you ean opuh it quick. We've had to N._eU h 1 i9r te W I. 4 p.m. idays,- --. .
l* 1k4 are ndo facts to bear out this accusation go low; it's hard to pick out one's own g5 ?? Christiaa of..-Sv il4s A13.
*d nAotrdas IN sTco CAMs mistakes, and nothing but fun to cor- r* latSao e t SfrweUnday aCkt o'elok o m.
.iCin ,Mt ,... reet the mistakes of others *d5i nwth' .rom.e.o oryU
r.m, s.t .What are th facts? At the annual k where to o for leather asd. .asi. Aw manhe a tt t W
nse i Thursday, Februsr o, t that keentIts sha, feels good. look hea s a -t, el d as a
Sid .2 l ~aloneypresented the toleowing n, w. andtwears at i no time. What a wet i.rlV WNO. A A.et i..L0L ad Ilsae l fItV
.fe ,i1r ,,o rtwe -o-f acts tober outlth .. ... comfort it is to be comfortable from ue.dion u bes OehmOm. at taf of h"f twee th e hrs o(i0 ml "
... at u ey, ev . miakinK one's euatomers comfortable! UNKNOWN. I. All a eei
mUI. r. T. sMw turgnd oM Otes and Mr T.C. search be appoint- We also have a unique advantage- Unlm M ewt*rtlaet be...ml..am. m e'daa_-_Sd
l t tolt veal I speale committee to visit Mr. unique, you know, means that nobody ntoeataIlhw,.1 x d11sl4ttmemon ."&th1 sg eA m'M
i.at hisnhome at Gillen advise else has anything like it. Wemakea z.m.... ....adsl hraa .it.y h-m h ItaS. ,
L of Midway, wa ha o h e*_leton, and lay before him strong paint that take. less gallons, t. da of Auust i ... iN_ e smblm se to Ua ria
VSK, teka m u1 tne u y. V.sahv half the cost of painting your C" fk Ci-cnitnourt, Lea CoJ Sua.t. .... fa.T To fth th seart h--M-
mmade the Tre e I l That the resident be au-I house, and it'a like that leatherof yours a plant tE iel tr aw ed esele-ma
S of to dand requete toooleitandcol- for wear. It isall paint and the strong- Nm c'ota pitiltr q du l to
F-. tlhTe.i, t eaid* to relieve the necessities of the e.t of rIint Paint i_ usually adlter. uon a t., cI r se I or non. I n ,aM., da to ath nom"
T. Lester int5dcity univesity, and that he be given full aate- and weak. o W aM WILUAMS.ANDcALoeOTHE andconstpation. 5.,ataldruggist.
.w. .te m e power in Wr prvmrSe. W.' y old, but w, make you Notie hereby 3. iven that P, C. wkes, pa,- .-----
3 ......w. th cy As your agent acting in pursuance paint! one gallon is better than two, if chaseres tax 1 rtic t Noi54. I t be aColli for your Job Printing.
o w l t ls ey o them I two resolutions, I went to Mr. it hat th Itw d In iti Aul lat iosn, fIo n .ein. s1 a d d to ha
aa oihm antil Gfte the Staton, representing our need and in oaus e mt nr trulyt. IW Ansm iastiot formtM etd h w *bto eeSn
t e BardofCounty the ..m.o.t.bord~rqu.this.- ? .VOE a CO ad
ho wee In semioa sistanee. He received me gracloual. m* New York e land wituated s Leon Co ty d t-wit: &
tDuenee_ othe he h _rivt n t. te Ne rk w o, Onw Hor nwR o, tteU U I *
. ..T.a7 pi h ento P.. S. (silmore & Dsavin sell our Paint, ship i o ruth of range wet, centalnin 10 Mrd t
hose left Mnday on a univesity $16,000 in cash, and this 2 mor or e...
11. and ftr a week, at my earnest solicitation as our --I p-. Said land teing. ..seed at the dfo rt tes aem- NIt M arket
Sh e 7 family at ha.e ea s consented to give -,1,- ,,lae university, with commodious and wti ca er an sae o WlR a Cita
uva iays athre. 000 te university roving the eatiful build s nd complete apt 5 and 8.
a yuraeafter tnge summer board, for the sake o ihe university b eabrttu lldn and a g ood endowment" has eo -a x r-AatedN. Ud-a-d. StaeCll Nsaf anl e.
Swand the twork with malice toward no grown, notwithstanding its misfortune mystne oiiasmgtua. we d cal. ..Oths .1
lr, a k eft lat week f on r andwith ne utmost charitytoward and enemies, until its equal ias not in at. da ortla PHONE NO. 169.
sw ... o, .t.-a. al, will nnd a way to reorganize th e nria. This bing trnue why maka AL HNRY T. L in stock at
isl wAho. -,v ;_-h boa ad s tart the university off with change? .. . circuit L u, rOr .. ., .
During th ey board, he himself being quite Second -Becau vs I d. not believe the NOTICE of appleation w ntax ded eund mo
Ian from his to ehave the board along with Baptist Convention ale to k eep the n .ufchap .telin L.wmof ora. all ki ds of Fresh Meats,
.. t. Mr --k----w i te sa rs t. Hem wants it distinctly under- university up to its ri nt-le hi-h stand T0 w . AN ALL oTHE.R..s .e. .
stood that this is a measure conceived ard and pay the deicits. re... Notn- -... *n that N. B Vegetables. Chickens. Eggs.
.In fraternal good will solly from the for this belief is the fact that the con- .onte of tax reueb a No. I, dat l. ---day of
1Wa.ent. a tZeron that It will be the I.st thing v..etion yul ear not Cuom il Au l at fi halted maid certSWiate in my odie
iJtre-- ty, Ibeuea-- permlttd ...for the unv it venition laft s year did not sUpport i nta atdhaw, naxo lesltion ftoo tndeelto lste li
S* i6.workwit m.al jfow.a or the university. own paper sufficiently t pay its ex- acordancf with baw. to. a. S l
ever na. rTETON'N (WVER. pengen without accepting a ft of 1.lei crt tmobate fou w dee. If YOu Wish the very best
U a k resistance, Before this resolution could be acted 0 from Mr Stetson. gain, the con- ne and n of s ofsn and eanet th maret at -
-iof ra upon Mr. Stetaon died, and it was mention has not paid its note for $6,000, ownhp outhf raneat. otand cleanest the market a-
l lT ftiorheit toht that the gift wasnsurely lot, which has been running for about mf'sidnsuMsd tth.dnteof is fO crds allu t a hone 169
drii ute.He appointed but M brs. Stetaon renewed the offer in eighteen years. an. of.uh eitSine S t e a t . or. c U Dy pnone
Tas t or suhee isor. the following letter CAN'T M TC r OBLIGATIONs. rll ad cer.lca . hal be rt xea ee. Or Visit our stalls in the
Swas lymneed May 1l, and Dr. Lincoln Hulley, President Stetson Mr. Jenning wants to turn over a ins to law. tax deed will IMu thereon on the 4th,
uhnif e ', less t han a month University: successful institution to a convention daseptemberA. .ss. .-. T. t. market.
adt. "Dear Sir -Mr. Stetson having on that has not been able to meet its obli- hIa v w Ae ae asett it V,
0e. Brwaod, Comptroller Croom the 15th day of February, 1906, at your gations. [sAnL.t HENRY T. FELKEL,
State Treasur Knott, Mr. Niles of request, consented to give to the uni- I do not wish to be understood as Clerk Circuit Court Leon Couty. mo GULF COAST RESORTS
the M t oundry Co., of Chl. varsity the sum of $100,000, upon con- speaking disparagingly of the Baptist NOTICE of application for tax ded. und e, . ..
M okDo e Broward and Miss ditlons set forth in your report, a copy .Iople or their "nivig" qualities. The Ion chape r Lawsof Forida. DAILY EXCURSIONS VIA
1 a' m went to Port Lauderdale of which if hereto attached, but having aptist people of Florida are a liberal To ~nr,~d: T1E AND ALL OTHERS A A
t f thm week to Inspet the died before the fAnal consummation of people as far as their means go, but, Notie i hereby len that A. L. Barinau pur L A. A A. V .
M a tob and from tha the the matter, without any provision hay- unfortunately, they are comparatively chaer of tax certicate No. dated ls i ot, NM TRIP RATfd IROM
wnt ntend tm en Ing been made for can"'g ouit th gift poor and unable to give lar ely. If the Au. h ed md efSiat I ydofiato ROUND TRIP RATES FROMa
Sth tate troops. Adju- should the board comply with the con- convention cannot support its own pa- Swor e with w. ALL POINTS.
l and Mr. Foster, Captain ditiona required. Now, in view of the per, after the papei wan given to them Said certincat embraces the following s de-crrt
SC. Croom nd r situation, and with adesire to c array out out and out, and cannot pay a note of o lines o n s.te l i Tickets on Sale Daily with
., A yp a at Tamop athtendus the wh of my husband and to aid the eighteen yearn dtaning, how can they north fran3a at.a pbriiatrcordfd inadh.d Final ,imit 1 and e 1 9v
tht nM nnliBlt. From there General university, having always cooperated expect to take rare of a deficit and sup- bok "EE' pawe 6. con tainnrag- acwrs, more *'*".i ** .
d ,andm Major Dapray will with him in the work and feeling a deep ply endowment fund, which are ure '.lan d bein ahoe.d at the dat of the..u. AlsO ery low Round p
--a G Irt1 to attend the National interest in the future of the institution to come and be needed if the university nent of .uch certufleato in the naneof Mary Pat Rates selling Saturdays with
Isano-a ", bearing his name, if the conditions re- continues to grow in the future as in roni.. d ctifictesh bd- i it o"ay
*-- --a quired by Mr. i tetMon are complied the past. inI to law, tax d te will ereeme on thrd- h nalimt thndays.
e w ts a- with, I will give the endowment fund My personal reasns for not wanting day of September A. D. 196. ..
Mosnt l .et of appedleittis are those* of the university $100,000, the income convention control in the fact that the Witned my official nature and meal, thi., the SPECIAL SUNDAY EX-
ae Miyi oontlpated. Orino only to be uted as the trustees of the trustees who are ms(t active in con- I(,orAuL. u HPE NRY T. FELKEL.
r Syrup e res chronic con university shall direct, the principal to tending for convention control are those Clerk Circuit Court, Leo County. Florida. CURSION RATES
S-timulatin the liver and beheld by them as an endowment and who have done the leaa t to build up atd N(OTICE of application for tax deed, under ae-
restore the natural nation to be always free from liens and incur- support tSe university, while those who tion chaptaerpDI E Lawe of Florida.
Is. Orino Laxative Fruit branches. I will carry out Mr Stetaon's have given the most in time and money To c. c. AND J. A. PEARCE. AND ALL The G. F & A. offers the
not n ausate or grl and wishes if the board will comply with desire to see a new board created and othe" er:...
a ofaIspeo Notce afrsth.ens.Wishereby given that N.Lt eamer .Ola for iAs de-
pleasant to take. refue the conditions named by him, reorgan- the work carried on in accordance with o.isg o tax certificate No ,I5 dat. le or tie de-
tts. Sold by all dealers. i the board and starting the uni- the wishes of Mr. Stetson. A t iMhaeflied aid eartUAoate in my oe* Sine to charter for one or
W01--19 --o versaty off with a new board within a Dr. Hobaon says: Mr. Carnegie has a has. n e application for ta d to u ..e In
UT bsvov he i veugladme reasonable time. given a library to Mercer University, ssertfite embrace the following derib- two ayt p to the
Th of th dramaef of the lad. "o. incerely, whieh in owned and controled by the land situated in Leon County. rlorkida. to-wit: nr TaDDIID D:AInT
is one of omt lm rtance "(Signed) EuIJASTsri STer TN." Baptist Convention." Good, but I do Thne nw e4 of neVmo a fd wVo nwlo macl. a oi tke o tarie BANi KS.
*anad t.Tamp at this THE RoEQUIEaT hrusa anPlE. not believe that inhsttution was divided yn 's, moret h a roF ilrmafit1 ann df ri
.-rlOm inteteated. Read carefully and it will be olrerved against itself as is the present Stetson Baid land being seemed at the date of the A delightful trip out in
t dth on. Frank that there is only one .uest: That a board of trustees. If tih Stetaon trus- of such eertiaest I the nan of~ C. a. ad the Gulf.
qu tereesbhadr.4eetson ameu mt: ehetpa s.UJ. aid certificateshf al
eetIalt to Miami, new board be formed No call for pre- teeh had been a unit they would have un.is..ai ertaex. n e aillss rdaeadeemedo. ac
ta o New made aml or resolution Jt rate nw had not only Mr. Stetson's U$100,00 and in t law, tax deed will i thereon on the 4th. Fr Rates and other Information
(agaBr-l as tothe Jposibility of ,ar. Carneie', .40,I00. but more bedesi. M tt ambe, I,;uAl ,,esd.-L t, hi.., he write to.
St by te W this done? Now to prove who is blocking the or uusI W .J.H. McWILLIAMS GN P A
mat t any time nDr. Hulle moved that th- offer be ifth I make thai suggestion: Let ia.. HENRY T. LKEL. JH. MWILLAMS, .A.
aud was Iormed t every trustee offer his restnation with- Clerk Circuit Courn, LeonCounty. Florida. Banbridge, Ga.
1 lhad pmen hto Mr. Jennings o aered his resolutions t ut any conditions, to te effect as NdNICE of aplication for tax de, under d ,F. P. WOODWARD, T. P. A.
reat r _Iotn.nla Just te ways vtfr down 1r to 7d nsoon a a meeting can be called for that ion a.chpe 4M&. La or o idaer",
Sin ast e t Dr. Huwle motion Mwas carried 16 ron and .e .ir au Iers. elected To IN. A D A OTHERS Ta laae ,
Seereta Wlson and for, 7 ngint, Jennings, Stewart f the ft ather withheldthen some Notice is her g iven that C. B. Gwyn pur-
alk with him reference to Pether Hobn votl in person and one besides the trustees ia responsible cerof tax certificate No. dated t of
t t hy looked over mab amp e.l.mboan and so aiyng heu h for the loss. Aumlt 1. ha. filed maid cortfioat. In my e s t
the ou of the dlffemt ai th utlon rty proxy o hrb pl. Hosede my rel action. and sn e.saplatton for tax deod tom"
heretofore m Mr. t will tbe n that the motion wa I ee wouk dointuniversity iordance with w. t w d
muh interest in the carried by a large maj oritty, A N TuR reat r n to pINER. "-a- L two.ays'tris toVhe
.r .- C;-r unfortunately, unless all agreed to re'- I and 2. township I mouth af I wat, a. per
|tto his e to be- sign there could be no new board cre- Stmach Tr-- les a-l C-a.patia- la t n I" n othe of af tl th a lt
thesurv wh e t.ock.ed th-. ft.? .No one can reasonably hope for good ~ n -.,di m ^.tti dlS of the hm- IU
ll~ m.Ujpsacticab it,,- Wh o blocked t1hO uifta? _, ...-... L __ . ____ ance of such certit in the nmeu or C. J. N.

i rritory will be fully Steto to ask the board to re n, I pete".Mr..Charles Baldwin, ofEd- tl l m
present the following resolution., that wayii I., ,y, rlte of etemnbr A. D. 1111. to CQ sL a Qd H.
Wa~o y ern- 1111i b February for several years. but thanks to undividedone-Mhalf Interest In E tMW ertieaat.
Cha mberl i'sve by 1e acan"L r number I. to tho 0. H. G thin the
nMdtWhen a!proRbable Rsolved first That in the s Chamberlains tomach and Liver Tab- Wimy'l sintuAm-e i-
havebe* n m t of th board the time has ome ts am almost cured." -,t Why not ge a1t.daoflAt mu .S
sfor p uti srive o .limin all strife and mee and stay well? Price FTcents. Forsa Cue Cit r" C'ty Fo
rieeathr i we all dntw
nion n the spirit of harmony and brotherly by all ""ruggists 6S 1a'as Ned ."
oruiint fund of sW,. kindcss thus eongrving and -romot- I.... CU..N.....s "33-- m "a'--
rteebt interest of the universityWn"]w[3nnmw M= I it lawy eelu tislaof ChlarCImles
I .ns and the Christian church." I_ OaMlr._aasa iaIlwie Qtor
pMbeey t this resolution was not carriedothIn.t rI d frmsw1, I 3. C W
tS ,th .-e b, -veent .out .can be s In h the fact that the as o nN-A Lo AAmNm e19,"w',? M--.
eam beane mue b oar iod hgre ime h mtsolata samamo crur.1 Wy no "m et"Uwe~ -oanARSIOCNERAL AGENTA
e ot p e=n matter as ewivm are e v rif nt of dl0 m1 1. s ta B wellT (r T iraTttN. oWl Yaow a m resto A 0.lias 5, c -Oun t CA__, _L a
I t Mr. Joe nig may ink and belie. ofh=. iMO. i maI s ad osnr.W enAIow16 -11 a bLIaIeA.
fo n ma te reeely oit o hin '? (tIs *>* .
OM embpa that his4, r utkons are worth anore Not$Is hot eSI r thatU t hAn!d do 4 toONaim am"
ttS im purpo 0",than the $100.000 to the university. but a"'orinfm.l t eof mm
40" his Ido nouN IO Ilth1. ofNhe t,,. J ..MO,
ds e orrsoosins CONTIN0W". s"wcov Wtrraoe "tmerI"M ONs
ob o coneWio^ cot oi.I oa tem of I,.,- 'he...inmeD.eAs
NononAoV~ Inwin: fINfoat- -t th Wmt qmn

--a dh..'br- m m m &mo idese ulpon ad tloinibL
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Si s b tom the o st of e s
wh eardehl wd of thea
PY l Mk CL'sM l g"td a P t. sam nt d d to pb ic

*B^ a ,B -k-,w ad m"n te uM Dr Woo
which be expressed the opinion that
tnwe are not d nwanger to public

Mrs. C. a. r returned home weeds do not differ organally from
o week, a-I by her sister of other plant growths, suo e Bowers,
ad two its and veetables and he sad that
Mrs. W. K. Pgereturned home last he had never hard it claimed that
after a tri of several weeks in farm., gardens and parks are detrmen-
NordGorl and Tennessee. tal to the health of the community.
Mr. ad Mrs. A. O. apham and child Whether detrimental to the public
of Ro. kd Mr. ar in the d hvisiti health or not, no one will deny that
f Rand oek are in t. John cy, sitin g weds, tall and luxuriously growing i
M. and wMr. Miles H. Johnson. the city are unsightly andgive out the
Mr. E. O. Groom, a merchant of Wa- impreion of sloveniness. Weeds are
else, Jeffdrson county, was in the cit a nuisance in a city in more ways than
Wednedayrand made us a pleasant cal. one-as a harbor of mosquitoes and
Penacollans have also taken up the trash-and they should be removed.
le combine question, and County Solic- Some people do not care about paved
Itor Loftin proposes that ice shall be streets and sidewalks, but they are an
sold at a fair price again., improvement to a city and a great deal
Mr. J. E. Hardee, of Madison, was better to look upon than sand with deep
in the ity several days this week, and ruts therein, straining horses and mules
dropped In to see us and to add his to pull loaded vehicles. -Jacksonville
name to our subscription list. Metropolis.
The store of T. B. Byrd & Co. will at Tallahassee now has a most bountiful
an early date be overhauled and remod- and most beautiful crop of rag and
el anda put In reg ular city up-to-date other varieties of obnoxious weeds
style. A ew baker's department is growing upon its vacant lots and along
nowybei. ng nerewted t de parearnt w some of the sidewalks that our citizens
now being erected in the rear of the ever gazed upon. In fact, since the
new process cement and sand brick. rains weeds and grass have taken the
The Panama, the only real cool and town, and it seems that no efforts are
comfortable hat for a hot day. See being made to get rid of this ornament.
those in the window of Burns & Co.
and make your selection. 24-tf Mr. David Moody, of Ben Haden, was
Mrs. Harry Fish and Mrs. Ollie among his many Tallahassee friends
Cherry and baby are visiting Mrs. Con- Saturday, made us a pleasant visit and
stantine Algero and their hosts of Tal- had his name enrolledon our growing
lahassee friends for a few days. subscription list. The True Democrat
Mr. Joseph Allen was in the city now has the largest county list ever
Tuesday with a box of those choice carried by a home Tallahassee newspa-
Leon county a pple he grows for sale, per, and new names are being added
A left bieautl ful samples at the True every day.
democratt office again. Reports from Jacksonville are to the
Mr. Ed rB. Bow Tallahasee etee that Col. S. I. Wailes, who was
boy, well-nown and popular who has eetly stricken withparalysis at the
been the prescription clerk of the Mat- home of Mrs. Brush, daliter of ex-
thews & Neeley Drug Cot. of Bain- Governor Drew, is im o Colonel
bridge, for the ast year, is an the city Wailes, who is widely nown for having
this week spending his vacation. collected the great Indian war claims
Misses Msbel Moody and Ruth John. from the government, for which the
son left last Saturday for a visit to Legislature ha so far refused to pay
friends at Camilla, Ga. They will also him, has many friends throughout Flor-
visit at Arlington before they return to ida who will be glad to learn of his im-
their Leon county homes. provement. -Tampa Times.

ean dies.

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i0 Co.essil th e Edwin F. Dakes well know to meat
,gi r IB Uw for the His wort eaey to the lat, hetook
S1 wrequlred to his own USe ieit rd ealar at
Imtrw& eWta, eemmtaor Paasees pr Jast eebeidid
se-i _ther sria ai* bstant e in Ittte eor nt is not positively
fte thiMr lat h known, but iti b known that lidied6 o
All eb b' -at aded and lamiain poleooog, aOd fa th devet

T wh w 7d" moks He bed bee dridk feely Thure-
Nd alrea e oc finished ana day, ad late n the tae drove to
the wak ready for te pavement. p ,pp where e purchased a lare
TI te is one moree tm ward the irm- 9mtan of the drug that killed him.
prevamet of Tlalr-* and it should RetROW a to the hotel he went to his
reeve the hearty upport and endorse. room late, requeetn that he be called
meant of every eiioaM ra tih town. Mr. I next morning,. was done more
W. A. Papy, who ha ehargre of the than a half dosen times, but he refused
work. states that the tire rt will toet up.
be graded and the sidewalks down in The last one to see him on his feet
three, or four months. Then Clinton was the laundry woman, who took his
will be one of the prettlest streets in clothes over about 6 o'clock. She re-
the city. And well t m iht, for at its ported him as up, but not knowing what
terminus is the Florida Colege for he did. A few minutes later Manager
Women, and all along are pretty reel- Trice took Dukes' mail to his room in
dences, together with the fact that the Bay View Annmex, and on entering the
street leads out to one of Tallahassee's room found him in a dying condition.
moat popular driveways. Help was immediately summoned and
There seems a tendency in this city everything possible done to save him,
to oppose everything for the advance- but two hours later he died.
ment of the town because of a little His people were wired, but no hear-
extra expense to individuals. Now we ing being received next day, his body
have an excellent City Council who was taken to Sopchoppy, where Messrs.
stand ready to do anything in their Hall and Trice owner and manager re-
power for the good of the community. spectively of the hotel, accompanied by
Lend them your hearty support, en- a number of the good people of that
courage them in the steps they are tak- place, gave him decent burial.
ing to shove Tallahassee forward. Look Subsequently a request was received
at it from another standpoint. It raises to ship his body to his mother at Nor-
the value of your property to have it on folk Va., provided an estate sufficient
a prominent street, with pavements in to defray expenses was left. Burial
front of it. You are benefitted more already having been made, and no
than any one else, so don't complain funds being found, this request could
that you are imposed upon and others i not be complied with. *
let off. Monroe and Adams streets are Edwin Dukes was formerly manager
sure to follow, and after the next meet- of the St. James and later the Leon
Ing of the Legislature our corporation Hotel for Mrs. Lamb, who was in New
limits will be extended in all directions York State at the time, and was well
and Tallahassee will be the largest in- known and liked by everybody. His
land city in the State. one fault was that which cut his days
~ ^- -^/-- short in the bloom of manhood. * *
The True Democrat aow goes to Hon.
W. Hunt Harris at Hotel Beechwood, Rev. B. A. Freeman, of Mdway, was
Summit, N. J., where he and family in the city Saturday.
are spending the balance of the summer. ....eMe.. .
Several unsigned communications, or Mr. uilyde Miller again spent sunday
articles, came to us this week, but we in Quincy.
could not publish them becausenoname Miss Fannie Coles returned Tuesday
accompanied them. This rule is almost from a six weeks' visit to friends in
universal with newspapers, and, no Gainesville, Fla.
matter how good they are they must Mr. Wm. B. Crawford returned home
be accompanied by the writer's name Monday instead of Saturday, from Hot
to secure apace in our columns. Springs, Ark.
Mr. Peoples, of Athens, Ga., repre- Mr. A. C. Lapham and family, who
tentative of the Western Union Tele- have been for a stay of thirty days in
graph Company, was in the city this Los Angeles, Cal., returned Tuesday to
week checking up the office here. Mr. their home in this city.
and Mrs. Suder, who have been the The Florida Quarterly Bulletin from
operators heretofore, returned to their the Department of Agriculture has
home in Athens this week. been sent out for July. It is full of
Dr. Pike, of the Capital City Phar- valuable information and Commissioner
macy, spent Sunday with his family in B. E. McLin will furnish any one with
Bainbridge. a copy who desires it.

If your Gle am saws
need Repaikng eaA en,


Col. Emnet Wileon, of St0 g, BL,
will visit friends here aet wei
Miss Roby Powell, of Jasemvkt is
in the city visiting rslathies.
Mr. J. F. Kee.e has aeepted a p- t
tion with Levy Broa., en Musth Oee
Miss Graee Spencer, of WeWNM
canm Thursday, and il the Mrest
Suse VanBrunt until Sumaty.
Three new newspapers hav resety
bee established In lriorida: The Dms-
crat, with J. Holland BSmidth as *ter
and manager at Orlando; tM Meu ,
at DeLand, y J. Hall Broummy;
Alachus Post, by B. M. Head ad
8. R. McCord. All are naest sad aewy
papers, and we take pleasure nla addlig
them to our exchange list.
The St. Lucie Tribune isworkbla hrd
to keep barrooms from St Lule meOaty.
It is one of the purest, cleanest ad
neatest newspaper in the State, and
one that all Flordians ean take a prkde
in reading. Editors Wilson and Brown
are able writers, and the typt.taphical
appearance and general get-up of that
newspaper shows the master hand in
the art of printing and pubH If
our readers wish an upto-date, h-
toned newspaper from mouth Florida to
visit them weekly, a dollar spent in a
subscription to th St. Lusle Tribune
will be well spent, and you will surely
enjoy reading hat mat excellent news-

rmn~;CIzk dvfitCat. Isauswl=VIMS,1

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is a guarantee of their freshness.

Candy kept over one week is not good, we carry at

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We have a reputation made on the manufacture of

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best materials and by the best methods, and our long

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guarantee of the purity and excellence of the product.

Being exclusive agents in the City for Vason's Cream

and using the best Fruit Flavors and sending it out

in the neatest shape, on these grounds we solicit your

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It is preceded by the ad.oates of
j 4 4O UJLM PWiTM. drainage that theswamp and overflowed
lands of Plorlds were conveyed by the
UuER UD 3VURY FRIDAY MORMJNO. general government to Florid a half
nnnn century ago, they were given on condl
If Ut *r f sgrwe word mtiht land tion that the state drain them. The
Toh S be J o. ,a o. ed; o'r advocates of drainage also say that
sr a ready to pitt or pmeix. these lands have been given away by
Ift l tak wi I at the iht the State to corporations, with the
Of tht aftrlow, whre our th aa trmd, agreement that they would drain them,
0.4 t ~thlht. from t nJehtO and that they have not drained an acre.
-Maarart N. Godanow. He who is not infantile in 'simplicity
.. will not be deceived by this kind of
Florws 1Itors to Be lv Ised. stuff. The men who palm it off would
Plans are on foot to have the editors have the public believe that the act by
of the State of Florida to meet in Jack- which the lands were conveyed to the
sonville during the week of Nov. 6-10, State constituted a contract by which
and the Board of Trade, recognizing the State was bound to drain the lands.
the power of the press, will very prob- Bound when? A half century has passed
ably make the necessary arrangements and the advocates of drainage say not
to entertain them. an acre has been drained. Has the
This should be one of the largest UnitedStatesgovernmenteverattempt-
meetings of newspaper men ever held ed to get these lands back on the ground
in Florida as during that week the that the State has not complied with
Jacksonville Carnival Association will the conditions of the contract? Has it
hold its annual carnival and the city be- ever complained, or even called atten-
Ing In gala attire, will prove more at- tion to a failure to carry it out?
tractive than ever. If it had been a contract, surely the
The Jacksonville Carnival Asocia- government would have demanded per-
tion, being composed of the editors of formance in less thai fifth years, for
the three leading papers of the city, Napoleon B Broward is the first man
was organized for the purpose of annu- in the governor's chair or on the inter-
ally bringing to Jacksonville the people nal improvement board to recognize the
of Florid and adjoining States and obligations of a contract.
thereby not only advertising the beau- And if it was a contract, in it not a
ties and industrial and commercial ad. pity that the State waited until 86 per
vantages of the city, but giving to the cent of these lands had been granted to
merchants of this city a week in which private owners, and thus put out of its
to shew the people that there is no ne. power to drain, before a man was elect-
sselty of sending to the big cities of ed to office who observed contracts? In
the Eat for anything, as they could it not a pity that 17,000,000 out of 20,-
get eeryth ing Jacksonville just as 000)000 acres were gone before anybody
Sijust as cheap as they could in waked up to the fact that an obligation
NMow Yo or elsewhere. existed?
T immense crowds and the large The truth is, drainage was only a poli-
amount of money left in this city every tician's Bid for ofce--nothing else. The
yea by the visitors to the carnival! large majority of voters considered it
how tht the Carnival Association's I such and paid no attention to it, their
plo In a sueess and thisyear they will 'votes being decided by other issues: but
again give to the people a week of a small, ignorant minority were caught,
amIaeient and promie them that and in turn added to others, landed the
neither money, labor nor time will be man who was fishing for them. The
spared to make it better than ever. impression was created that the leading
As this Is a newspaper enterprise the opposing candidatewould give the land
paper all over the State are lending away, while Captain Broward said he
thiir Influence and giving such assist- would save them for the people of Flor-
am as they can, and the editors when ida. The majority knew that the peo-
they meet in Jacksonville this fall will pie of Florida could not get the lands
be mere than pleased not only with the except on just such terms as would en-
reeption given them by the people of able the people of Pennsylvania to get
the ity, but with the, h[gh clan of en- them; but there were a few who swal-
tertainment presented them for their lowed the bait as a sort of forty acre
enjoyment by the Carnival Association. and a mule proposition, and their votes
.--. counted the same as those of men who
Glves Up to Die. knew better.
ol 12D4 N. Vk iisa St., Ev- The whole thing is valuable to the
i ho, plPfo., wites:' 'F or over fiveI present powers that be, In enabling
yo5 I was troubled wlth kidney and them to build up and keep a strong -
bhaddraffeetIons which caused me much litical machine. If thedrainage amend-
Palmandworry. Ilostflesh and was all ment should pass, the officials, who
S down, Man year ago had to aban- would receive almost absolute powers,
Swork entirely. I had three of the could use them to reward friends and
.phyelan who did me no good, punish enemies.-Times-Union.
bat hifteelan who did me no good, P cm o ev j s mc!.
VAI m gwi y given up to die. Cured may ever &ad Su-Mer Cold.
"the firtottlgve me great rede A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
irsaf tetal he m ond bt- writes: 'last summer i suffered for
tle I a tirelyr ukin t oh by all three months with a summer cold so
ei. td ya o tlMt It rntr d with my
business. I had many of the symptoms
Jfdge J. B. Whitfield and family left of hay fever, and a doctor's precsrip-
thle Wek for points in North Carolina. tion did not reach my case, and I took
-h Supreme Court adjourned last I several medicines which seemed only to
riday until the October session. l aggravate my cae. Fortunately I in-
-. ited upon having Foley's Honey and
Why fy t ard Werry Tar and it quickly cured me. My wife
when your child has a severe cold? You ihas since used Foley's Honey a Tar
ned not fear pneumonia or other pul. drui the same sue." Sold by all
Diseases. Keep supplied with druggists._ -_-
Balar 's Horehound Syrup a positive The Miami Metropolissays: "Nomer-
esem for coughs, colds, whooping cough I chant ever feared a competitor who
and bronchitis. Mrs. Hall, of Sioux I didn't advertise. It is the one who ad-
Ta 8D 8D. .writes: "I have used your vertises more aggreaslvely than you do
wonderful Ballard's Horehound Syrup' who gives youlnaomnia. You carry a
Children for five year. It re- stock 25 per cent better than your com-
-ahave been wonderful." Sold by petitor, and if the public does not know
ben dwniatdu* lIt it will not bring you any trade"

Are You Insured ?

If Not? Why Not?

Secretary Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
is writing the prettiest line of polices
ever offered.

The one Company that stood the prob-
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came out with a clear Record.

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 se'-m sharp enough
to penetrate anything. That's the
kind the man who will not insure has.

Take this matter upL while health will
permit and comev around and lets talk
about it.

CHAS. G. MYERS, Gen. Agt.
Teliabmes, Florida.


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sleeper reservations call on any
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Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
Mallsadp nr dht Mall and P- n- psasu.
P3sr.-. M r. .r

No 1 No.8
I) Y1. Sunday
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A. M. P. M.
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Dally ox. I Daly MLx Snday
Sunday. Sunday. ,only.

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d what will be drlaed-.Of

Land and Cash held in tnut by the Int"al Iprovement Board I!

AO.-NS B ComN m fora

Stipa d trip rates

Nth and South Carolin, Mhi

C|, da and tphe at and North,
.ital litfor return toberatemb
Tosurf bathing, from Ap-

tween oints in Floridst points n Tenneda
S9e. North and SouthCarolina, Michi-

_with lmit for return ve (5) days from
g.a Canada and the East and North.
on trio tickets on sale Septemberwith

ith and ao withnal limit for return rom
idateof sale.

September 2th, 1906. By payment of
fee of 50 cents tickets may be extended
to October 80th, 1906.
-National Encampment, Grand Army
of the Republic, Minneapolis, Minn.
Tickets selling August 10th, llth and
th, with final limit for return August
81st, 1906. By payment of fee o 50
cents limit maybe extended to Sep-
tember 80th, 1906.
ATLANTA, GA. -Georgia State Fair.
Tickets to be sold daily October 9th to
3Ith, inclusive, with final limit for re-
turn October 23d. 1906.
S-.- CARRABELLE, FLA.-Special train
excursion from Bainbridge and Quincy
and intermediate stations August 20th.
Tickets limited for return to day of sale.
Special bay excursion on steamer Cres-
cent City.
BAINBRIDGE, GA.-Cheap round
trip rates from all local stations account
"Old ees" sale, Bainbrlydge. Tickets
sold Auglust 80th, with final limit for
return September 2d, 1906.
TAMPA, FLA -Encampment Florida
State Troops. Tickets to be sold Au-
gust 5th and th, with. final limit for
return August 15th, 1906.
itary Rifle Shoot. Tickets to be sold
August 14th and 15th, with final limit
for return August 20th, 1906.
LANAKK, FLA.-Special cheap ex-
cursion rates account "Lot Sale,"
Lanark. Tickets on sale August 15th
and 16th, with final limit-for return
August 20th, 1906.
For full information as to rates and
schedules, please call upon your nearest
G. F. & A. Agent or write to
R. A. McTYsE, Gen. Agt.,
Bainbridge, Ga.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Lost I
Two gold chain Necklaces, with gold
ward if returned to
24-2w* E. L. HUTCHINSON.
Mr. John Moore, of Quincy, was in
the city again Wednesday evening.
Mrs. W. S. McLin left Thursday for
a few weeks' visit to friends at Beacon
See the excellent assortment of Fine
Paintings, just come, at Evans'. Bar-
Col. Jno. T. G. Crawford was licensed
this week to practice in the Supreme
Court of Florida.
Hon. C. A. Findley of Lake City, was
in the city yesterday shaking hands
with his thousands of friends.
Mrs. H. H. Walker and daughter,
Kathleen, Portsmouth, Vs., are visiting
at the residence of Hon. H. Clay Craw-
Miss Josie Roberts, of Pensacola, and
Miss Mamie Austin, of Apalachicola,
are the popular guests of Miss Costa
this week.
Misses Pauline and Octavia Lavender
returned to Crawfordville, their home,
Sunday, after a pleasant visit to rela-
tives in this city.
Mr. Jack Prince left Thursday morn-
ing in answer to a telegraph message
calling him to Bainbridge to accept a
position in the G. F. & A. shops.
Mrs. W. C. Rouse, of Sopchoppy is
again in the city, the guest of Mrs. Jeff
FerrelL She came to have her child
again placed under the care of a physi-
Prof. L. W. Buehholz arrived yester.-
day from Tallahassee. the summer nor-

mal school which he has been conduct-
iag at the Florida female college for six
weeks past having closed. He will re-
main here eight or ten days, and will
the go to aNorth Carolina mountain
sort for rest and recreation. Prof.
Dachhols reports that the pat sessionM
of tlecolle was voerysccessful, the
oattdano,_vIT far cedd the ox-
vpsdss d te asly. His aSor-

up a.IN* to. ae t __
.* Mr. ..I- S..k .I
tiM Moner wtw wi ll es bod ada
t gasWU

iron Swuarem. Carde,_ew Yornk Clark

. Tuker, T. J. Appyard, Frank
ATl l a dtio l c o omm itteeeanf. jeffe-
twe B. Brown* has been ,dted ated to
select a e .oomiWtteofoFlordidas to g
p a big crowd to attend the
and he has selected twelve, ending
them the following letter:
ML. sanowun's LMTra.
Sanitarium Battle Creek, Mich, July
81. My Dear Sir: I have boomn empow-
ered by Mr. Norman Z. Mack, chairman
of the executive committee of the Bry-
an reception, which will beo hld at Mad-
eon Squaro Garden, New York City
Auut 80th, to appoint a committee of
twelve from Florida to attend the recep-
tion and to assist in getting as lar a
delegation as possible from Florid to
take part in the reception, and I take
pleasure in requesting you to serve as
one of such committee and hope I hall
meet you in New York at that time.
I expect to arrive in New York about
August 28th and will be at the Holland
I inclose list of other members of com-
mittee, and if they all accept I feel that
Florida will be well represented Please
advise me here if you think you can
With best wishes, I am, very respect-
fully yours. JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.
Hon. W. J. Bryan, Hon. P. A. Holt,
Hon. J. M. Barrs, Jacksonville.
Hon. A. J. Knight, Tampa.
Hon. E. S. Crill, Palatka.
T. A. Jennings, Esq., Hon. C. M.
Jones, Samuel Pasco, Jr., Pensacola.
Hon. W. H. Ellis, Tallahassee.
W. J. Hillman, Esq., Live Oak.
Hon. Thomas F. West, Milton,
Hon. Joseph Y. Porter, Key West.
xcurseno to atlabridde, Ga.,
On account "Old Hoes" sale of refused
and undelivered freight, August 30th,
81st, and September 1st, 1906. The
chance of a lifetime to secure bargains
for the commissary, home or store. See
list of articles to be sold in your local
newspapers or with your agent. Round
trip excursion rates from Cuthbert, Ga.,
$2.00; Arlington, Ga. $1.20 Tallahas-
see, Fla., 51.50; Edison, da., $1.50;
Colquitt Ga., 60 cents- Quincy, Fla.,
$1.6. Correspondingly lw rates from
intermediate points. Tickets to be sold
August 30th, with final limit for return
September 2d 1906. Ask your nearest
G. F. & A. Ry. Agent for further in-
formation. 44-3t
See John Collins for Job Printing.
Miss Bessie Carr, of Quincy, is in the
city this week visiting friends.
Mr. Tony Burns returned Tuesday
from a very pleasant trip to New York.
State Chemist R. E. Rose was in
Jacksonville on official business Tues-
Miss Pearl Maxwell, of Concord,
spent a few days in Tallahassee this
Mr. Walter Bennett has returned to
the city and is again in the employ of
the D. R. Cox furniture store.
Dr. George H. Gwynn, Mr. Thomas
H. Hall and Mr. John C. Trice came up
from Popular Panacea Springs Wednes-
day afternoon and report it very pleas-
ant down there now.
Mr. James Williams, who has been
the popular "soda-water squirt" of the
Capital City Pharmacy for some time
past, will leave Sunday for Macon, Ga.,
where he will attend the college of phar-
macy. He certainly has the heartiest
good wishes of all who know him.
During the enforced absence of Ed-
itor George W. Wilson, Mr Willis M.
Ball, who has long been a valuable
member of the Times-Union's staff, is
proving himself entirely equal to the
duties of editorial management that
have devolved upon him. By his ac-
quaintances no less was expected of
him, for he is well known to them to
possess rareability and tact and tireless
energy.-Starke Telegraph.
Mr. B. F. Boyd, of Chaires Station,
was among our pleasant visitors yester-
day and is now a reader of the True
Democrat. and of course belongs to the
true democratic family of people. Ere
long and every leading citizen of this
county, both white and colored, will be
enrolled on our subscription list, as they
are now coming in at the rate of about
25 a week, and every paper that goes
from this office is a legitimate and legal-
ly entered one through the Tallahassee
post-office as second-class mail matter.

"Some Florida newspapers," says
the Miami News "are busy mentioning
the names of gentlemen who will prob-
bly be the 'corporation' candidates or
the 'anti-corporation candidates' for
Governor. How do those news papers
know what they are talking about?
And what do they mean by corporation
candids**- and anti-rpoiraton candi-
dates? It is too early tobegl the State
campaign, and when the time come the
po le lwf sltU po a man who will
and net the Governor o a teetios. We
have had a afilt Gof OmAl r.

E~jJT1wm~r 5~-~rC-

u 1am4eleasig eumGorthfatey o there

da there
coathe wtats irwasd~ oamd wchmedl

This lack of ah uranete, justifid by
ctboI that ha neoven Sme a ewit
torly eaplaine, up n hMpo niblae for mob

law in Florida. It is noteworthy that
every lynching which has occurred in
Florida recently, has not been for the
**sual crime" bt for murder, The poe-
pie have taken the law into other own
ohand because they apparently raise
that the pardob7h power at Tallana-
see has a penchant for murderers.
Until some respect is shown to the
decree. of the courts, until a board
which hears only orne side of a case
shall cease to e side the verdicts of
juries which hear both side, the decis-

there is more assurance that the guilty
are to be properly punished, we may
expect mob law in Florida to manifest
itself with increasing frequency.-Tam-
pa Tribune. o__ r

write me at once Your loving brother,
J. S. OsmORN,
43-4w Box 218, Ealkin s, W. Va.
Rev. J. Edgar Wilson returned home

To Whem a Nla Coeaersm.
Notien ta hereby given that I have bo tiSvn
the settlement of Il* s o her lat band.
Io are equlaeda to prese't amn. all persona in-
debted to him are reueted to l me immedi-
atl. hat all such ant, A been tAtEY.
*isettl ced. e t.mt for muther. UerLeYof

A with Power of Attorney, for Mrs. A. M.
Tadis ., Aus t lit. 1a06. nait
a areas Waated re
A few boa ders who wish comforta-
ble and well kept rooms, good table
board, and a desirable location, aly to
Mrs. A. J. Ge ug, OSi r the
capital. 2-t

$7.50 F. O. B. Depot

$8.50 delivered in city

kTallahassee, Fla.

Repair Your Sidewalks



For Sale by

Tully & Yaeger Co.

MEN WANTED-All phosphate
miners around Fort White,
Newberry, Dunnellon, Holder
and Floral City, Florida, are
paying laborers every Satur-
day. Good hands are making
big wages." 21-2t

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write

W. H. Adklnson,

We are now offering our figured

lawns and odds and ends of other dry

goods, laces and embroideries at greatly

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now Jocated next to Levy Bros. Big Store,'
Monroe Street.
Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and ar-
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladis
Suits. Satisfaction guranteed.

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

Cleaning sad

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price Ss.


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A Cup of White 3*.ns or Ble Labs
Noca and Java Co*ee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
Sproducts-those we have tested our-
Se lives, and so can stand by them.
c0oast1GM- J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.



Hot and cold baths unpurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tabeis.
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shady
Pavillio. Boa, etc
t D 17 Miles fm in U Oak, on Live Oak, Puy A
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So when you want furniture or house furnishings of any kind

come to see us.




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Buggies made in Georgia.
Buggies made in Virgini

Buggies made in
a Buggies made

North Caro-
in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now in transit.

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


South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Telephone No 291

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