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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: September 28, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Ls 2 TALLANAUZsE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SsrT9hMBER 28, 1906. NO.*R

Sd G, .o .vrnmenit; oncty la Pblic Office s Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None..

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9. pi i o n Jkrea, .1 thea pbile .... ,, T a, a ee n th. i Mar ftaute. Re W.eA. Myarsee,.. , : ,
-t.bed I -. ---- V was m of tolea t- h 8a p I U tSh ae ...OS.. of that city,. ha -"- any of the Ce" Will *--
teae, at beene sa--sheee.Tyim sat throIWh Ca of ror 8towVal -as prf-dofW he Tae whi*co- gm for aw jrbat.m o the *- ai
.s e ~ l uw svatimm throl t eI M wt aswiw de Ie i rd ataboWit 4 o'elook t e. e'Thera wil forty -a-. -. s aT.. ..



sonrad eW tB at iwuussTltos .ttr went u .t t ,, of .n_ .. of a this A fhool, betydse l d to tte ely i hu


d e vn o s etI o te t I Tihae*4- nor Pa" ont A new fuu urm S. W.Ai.ve dd oheie
s TheUet baf -aO raeamatrWtbawk theo "obfoottatped laa wstlba -st w y f the Ilahaseea Volunteer bion TyeI b Gomn ar ta i ies"M Waa
Tir s,-la I- s hTm in18Iwhir h wrlithiI about it. We an' t it t ire Compae.l tIh ire laddie ass sted arof the ane pt what I Mi
4 wth Or ipTer5 t I of Nevem e ad we by tholdesoweo t imIrntye .d of s
as W -.hatvlav. ... .. .ndamisw bl--,,-- ..-ri- .



Drmew, as eaoeessl wr te for would a coentt with nothW alsp. Ad ubi cre wp i Ms ay into the inor1ssdIatio wiU a,,,a h .. .. ..q
M. Govor Dra wai r of r, N-r ski the whole bWosinf. -a vof won. W.A. M rter, of t Memorial Cht., ,e di l
e a,, an a EaTh o eio atd sac3 he


srmduriM, te war, .t te om~o~itt rt so a P on on y A ,o an trt, as eidte or Stato to a at oi the stl tbeaord
:o.. t"e Mt wt we w wl bm torm~. hi. wam:wt aopa.u. ..abobm. ed a io wa wwtafsuete mo i ftuion,, he akin d tae as per .
devritatse patl h ow 0 a te I anoAerTann the the 4_ -- Sho everA hense ofbh theim dormK. The s oye. It is thev intention of the term.
e Stseonl pfu wst1ve asd bsnes. .wd d boy onlet s ,eel .now wA nty i t on.the ot- Urane pool hre to i ante the am". bl mn k
olalty. whn e e oos oe he knonew nder Tl inks" o ith at w, ne qto s side withs y~ d otelctin Iandf e- Sion until an etletn ane called .m- tI M M
tait a ro2 bleas aontronted ahim. you a., wl empo e t proo ant and tre imPS. On the fron t of or or aait s aln toons o t toWn th mi1
A .boaw.pt Sate's enardlt was to be reron the a uso at the buoldng, directly over the center e n we e o- a _
reraoetoe ans a downward coue87 whenthe, ownle =a ..We .cant le window wah tisp od as aee selectrie Sca tinc n ta c theaet eItao .ties
Hemol an tih Gehasdredteeterm i Ideso e and t ofa1heogSn .ofoedn thea ord. Taet tebe le. Ii. Ve itto ofw thin tmerst. afFA eidh"see


to surround ahimse t witsf and abt le dorwe c tn t' wt. Aerith t ntn, Ahi Co ner to eithe nua or sohkat Ia to ,it s appeal the dhoee a a NI



d- and, s .... -- he- then e.... brought him in ii~matU conano d re- _m... ... Buin' Arnt [SelveI a scin- who are optiher
aror h ha the er a nta i ae d me o f se nDealurodtos bentinn dabedaecet o h Thona e ,nd t h an E o Rdin rane deelad Mfom
Soths eaioe pe .lanud ononed hiwa. e was rdent Whsd usnhe the exterior ar lator be a ma lecturer r sf the Patrons of Huuaniy p aifandrp swi l e
lo ordas c was a foreful writer. Con man E of bamboo, crown imperials ndolden Waynesboro, Pa., of a dhitressing ca e story of lriwi




bith and hoad bee ncrei of Stia e crarrngt. Cabp thtledratwplaceth by the tyhandsofseveral of pies. It heal the worst amnn. In tio
amoslumns theswa, Cpbtr t ahrs the DSteate n the House of Reresenta- s ltason sae anorest, be is, ucers, cuts, wounds, ehil. a ols a
Drewsns ftew, omptrolrWteor u ntaow o r.It the dassocinaetionwiofappealtheta







wnn ves and other rominentlitans T or scanthrouhout of r blains and salt rheum. Only atall th te
A A l -- i dtld o n It the patdty d pnuced hem Of come ut p- le p dru...-i et-- hee oblagtat t e caon.fe, resal-e.
abisit Whaednhetkofeh knew e Cityn ean, w en bln siderwithamyria ofelecrcIn We ub ede








Gvror Dewwam o ,S erndt Jenournal oetp bpStawte i leadsns emda by the .rmik, an d s ed About the middle of next month an eitOf work wU e J
dantof Publae InatrUctiron, ed h. y u ma, w T wit ad souvenir p ntho hape aoabade. experiment will be tried in the cit of t Ths at
Dickion, Adjutant'Geral. All these In 1855 t 8h established m Jacksonville bearing the fireman'0 emblem, andthe Orando, whh, if..ucceful.,, wi aw oill ha achieved fIt* th

except W.D. Bloxham.and George P. the book and jobprinting establishment words ^-Fourth Anniversary-Tallahau- the attent"onof all persons "ntere'ted wiaard-like rehabllltatio, iT
Raney have followed their chete to the now known far and wide as the H. A .ee Volunteer irea Co." in publiclightino throughout thveeha world recent wholly buse Ilt
other shore, lamented by a rateful W.B. Drew Co. He stood with Gen- The .rme lothed n blue d uni to that cityo ere i nowbuldna tuoe tab 3i
oxham has himself given the State that day in opposition to ecionand ance as they rin led here and there use orida peata .ourcaofe m. lumbar interat and I
two brilliant terms as Governor, and the dismemberment of the American with a hearty haI elap and word for nation ga. Messrs. Cheney & Payne, a resort for tourIsts, W
aGieo. P. and ha graced the seat on Union, but when hi State seeaedc and all th owners of the present gal works vat volume of t
the Suprmae h as Chief Justice. joined the Conederit acy he went woth in th e midst of nndihakia ndan d otheiare nde.ing the in. es.ii^o thtrofh the i port, wlt
Thousand wie ujon lmedin within for th people and *wa loyal to the strug- laughing t and ee lr tted many gSolne foraed atsan onricheaonrwater yandll.





theamlonkrupae o' cpresi and con- gl. South. Hs well known button dasntily gowa ol lie who in- as, nearly prohibitive, tried ddaulphur. A. hl numberofv la
tinuaruototdan. or myei, I a ca ability soon brought him an offer of a sted on ervineverybody to a igener- ad asogi oroughtfrom Texo Pit wiaU appar in iti poaa, without i
.hoeanc to lane tad honor i t e men dston from the hnew rovernment,and ous plate of go ice eanam and cake, wao mplblIto get rid of allthe .u. of th book will wb rueh that It wiil" Fe-
who tood by s in the dayi that tried he was called to Richmond to a place which, by the way, wa a decided credit phur, hclogge thejetsand caused flct credit upon the cty as wll a pa
meou's De C .o mr e of responsibility in the trueaury dR to whoever had a hand in the making, an offensive odor when the gs was the S neabo w.
Union man from prinsple" said Gov. of the war. As has been shown he frtmen's meeting hall on the second the Orlando RertertAr la s. In charge, may bae sen at thae i-
Drew in his inaugural ddrees, I ree- was destined, dunng the dark days floor we see till more folly group., and ,,Peat, as wiovercomea ths and boards city ticket oiea, and w l be
onige that the adhocracof Florida, which followed the civil war, to be of it id here we received that palatable rovist.bde .better he.tingand, with th lad to rTeeive information r ay
in plaesoag me int this portion, demon- rreat service in the political and flnan- refreshment that is known ai punch m unsen burner.,. fner illumination oe that will have any aaral OB
istrate their des aire for a true and fra- cial redemption of ahi State. Well, maybe it wasn't uch, anc good! than the water ga. tThe water ga i mtter.
ternal u!ion of all etions o our coimn- Columbus Drew was a lovable ed ntle- Just ask one who imi laed. somewhat higher in candle power, -but LAolo BXPeNDIITrIIM.
mencountry. e suec union may oe man. His nature was kindly and se There seemed to be a arm around the peat gas higher in heat ounit by From time to time di te pa
ntrmly cbInstt an d .ever mas. manner gentle, affable and unaffected. the bowl for a few. Whether it was about 25 ber cent, which rulth in a few waki news itema havt
e lpTr eser.s alxh pp, er He was an incesant reader, a .eontribi the ncnh or the adoes wr have been more efcient gau. Candle wer and in the local colamsoIt tahe Ti .i
Aoe hvey ero. d th A.throhry, utorhtomagaine literature e w md an art uns toa.eerteiCn. O heat units are not idnnthia but the telldc owf _rat boine Is
oS.Sinct Wiiam P'el sl Se s t" critn e of no mean ability. A number of Amd all this ns ene ofr wreveltrt oted latter is more to be diroed for mo den thn nstrIt ea n s mado
o bie iant, himel gen thnnI ne poems eompoad by him went themands ths sweet trained of blmanutf music purpoaei around Jaekonvtille byslha
eof tr und e njus o of the American tres. When the ae- furnishaedby that excellnttalking m- After proving by experimet that Air Lt Ralway Comk.
etimen s ed to rtheG povrt+s. of the Sou.t. were bokade.d dur- chi~no, in..i charge of the owner Mr. eat woul produe a superior gae, Mr.P The approximate cotofs Io of tha
eaor" 'ssen ,,mLtl -ithheS innl ? the war adwe foud ourelvei no obert Elinot. ...... .. Pyne went to Tallahausoo, and, after improvnents have bten ial but tI
eSn ha s n gr^-on the sat A h onmy unable to buhe cloth from abroad i oliolnt.i ls m ofm, t waithrese: an exhaustive study in the plant of thea nonr of tha article wa oe total
the tpW.e.eBenhlas re P .te. wherewith to clothe our sidiers, aind Mitn Cl ton uyrd, Kate Micklar, I. Capital Light and tiel Coman y, found amount that the road will apeed n ito
vehres wo ulo them ir hiefr own without factories or spindles to spin or Bradford, Mary Reynold, Alma Cates, that the new material would rove on- Jackrnvill improvement.
them, lre, ien te harness and, in a looms to weave it, the spinnoin wheel Florsee Lewl o Ethel Mller desuie tirely satlsfactory. He returned to Or. After careful invtigation, it ha
etin . ne.y thm o tI t llia b. of the randomothers were brorht down MteGriff, Ebr iQuase, B asra keguin- land and work was begun on a new bwen ilarnad that ths total axpndit e
ne ry aseto lovearnor hnr am s from the rarrets and put into use Thi.sl nile Kate Moor, Pearl McCorad. plant, the foundations of which are now for improvements n tcouroeof eonItllOe-
eiin aso s e r s o ve menS Inspred. Mro. Drew to write that rhythm .The ve Pton was attendai by every Faid and made ready for the retort and tlon and planned for Jacksonvlle will
"aw,- o. rt a aern ma n bret .anda mic, winging poem, the nrst verse of cnitn of thaor town, who ory thi gener- machinery amount tola 246.000. Thoi amsort doea
UonP mt.anteroa prcl .e sth ton of which ran, ohu act haves hown their in terest for Peat ga will be cleaner and freer not include ta eonstructionof thlamod-
who0e south, oil.Wi' revo tio "out of the nnlt, out of th. ham the welfare of the brave .ire ladies, from smell than almost any other illu. ern offlca building, five or mon stories
treSumin hisieanasiour adr ts. I ow um a Idesn. tom dutyy. and to them and the member of tho e minating gat-as much o a any. in height, whichait is proposed te iret
the race isue in polctrcs, win faloridsac- f.lwdUthe v eity council ie extended through the There are great .torea of aat in Flort on the outhweit corner of f and
pn plaing mevi hwisl pos_ wit and e m.,mieand to come wit al whtrnd hum. cOUnru of this paper tha he t felt .pn ida. If the rlando ex periment proves Hogan streets, where Trangpon to
ateimr dellieae o and integsityd dom- Wgih n oie.ke ti. fl or o ch.ff preiatlon and tanks, for their share as succeMhful a it .romises to be. a Row now Atand.
teinl sulet osfalr o olnor orf pre- Cron ,amb mlrhty m a no toat the rrain t my be an making the event a sucagerewtioghe. troiat lex" oI powel, b t. .e "nis dU ted.
mions coundtrny. Tht .shim b ltmeaadnmHmiInhtr d'stkin.ya his enThon ee ust also be made ofaher n thei ptte. We iny become ide- tsAb yF Om time to.t.imeduring teas

o nher n o n eotea. n riti a m ed bros rlandu Fla.,mi a th ee of rerm float ate s or venue Sute a ftmen geiwo weaehouhes on Hogan .tra to
a thsom as ftnh t bn ditksin a Goe. nmoe a o hm enr ot sh rao n whih to thank most heartif rv and c o the aynr hak soh nt vill er coscare b "ouid.n na taes reI
mewn This namerwouls respi.re co- wnith the hof ing hi. former ma. Mr. Elllt for the mIusi, i o every w man Pres at i. cost in th t ptane of form.. piri o rolli tyclk, tootiant0,00Il
ohad beenolcow Ftosida wwherellowt t clothe u sildiers, and MissherCitnBredtat epaclea. Capital oigh eandtt Fueting.a, founit..h., ldaounetatteifrmadtwillspnd







o l nta tehr Go ernc Dew. nlh rm .H s natrrews ind luat d hi.n u.s. Thoy is hKeed who be thair aid war in t t eon Wfon dationsetofaghe dr ano fcor iTmesprovwilmenturnotim eiriongte
ouStaeyasrot asdthrwu' ughot th t othf.ain whiteuaireed old oinve Inrtunabltoata ai rei ptrin t he petu it i ai w to be nletay or quite n o wlludet Ae "sIt" tItm
therac fe isse Inpoer ithinc w uth alleits ac- id with A meic p wl.Werntcity counilhe d ib e that excellend t thekin g Athere are great res peant in ior- oin taso wet o n er Cofpany a


Sntyf of honvet n fment W 1. Mr.r br v ther ba fre u laddie in mind coal It"y overb am article of ex- ,. r .
it eone Imm"diatelyToh p .wistiencatoc ingroedMh Kre h and they will show their appreiation port, pst iing prettyg generally, di- One hundred andt twenty-ve cresof
The pubcredit, a I have wa write ato hin om which h alld y ntical work, which, however it utd itit mt mnf hops, to be devoted to tracks ad r.
- nomopetent officialshad be TePry =o fi.h willnotoftbe ku g atatsmhoth oney g rs opiigthirteen miles a
I~o~pmbed notIIng the geese of & fa wu; hopediwiwtUnot often be neesasry- kedipittrl1 o
s...gway, and public oe- had not ,,g th ane of a fathfut ngro farp h eemunhot of the money sracs in all, one-half of which Ian
not bn coMiderd a "public vantlwayngin the de ath chliamber of Tal wel anows o out of it for coal, ain bth gas.suptpl. Thii --lImprovcst-
IF . .", .__ _. _.___I IIturn M OSSsoLabwell au Itimulatin h a upvi .. -
trst," as President Cleveloand tmed his master. It not only paints a Salheasse Dept. 2s. duy-Te sUionBM '"pply ina will cort eat of ne
Rev bet IN too ahistances had been patheti scene, but throws igh Totanhe he ld Tallahassee,, o Fa:2 2. dustry.-71meUion. ast of Hogan'a creek
aPivate. i.anaamt, was -relations formerly exisigthhatta ladies of Tallahaf rFyTo bw etweo. be usa for docke i warehousI for
d -xtra-were--- o-- odM-time mUter and ono slaave. It Th mea nbers of the Tallah eesVol- De oreroae reoMe- KMM. th .rt mercha --Ten.. Thwill a
isa^il to be hopd -that tha literary p unteer Fire Company wish totkon The remarkable very of Kenneththank
SISfor 11V0n0boMeWimileesub-docks. This lmprovesfm~
wsasal aliSt Down.i tsion of Mr.bDrew may be eolci for ttt thir reception bhMdon.e Mlver, of Vanceboro. Me.,is thesub- ^ cot$MOOD giving simpta
J piSaUS almos nowie of M. Dew marytbine ead day.OteSpt. 24th, and making It t of much Iterest to the medical aWantyJjmns
asthma io ee Magan. fm t aa the spirit of i sek a sue eternity and a wide circle of friends. force of twenty Meregis be
01 sk f w g ov o
t ac eparatethe ow reatlOad rnd a. When- Wappre- ate what you did for us He says of hia ao ': "Owing to sevoroe filled up, nw" tracks l aid p
art,--e--haM,1- -ur-d m-- In hispirik too---a and pyou enjoyed the occasion as lnfltlon of the throat and W "- good" "s--e at a cost of "0,W.log"
ille ~iS~d~to tim m !s, ,i m_ e& as wedi d. of the ,.__ .,. 0',t 0
to gdIs oamdo payn nod napassed off the =ieof aae w di......c -f th tr t s A tota expeiditure in Jaiksoovlled
filjwiemss tt leek after the .a tim. Members of the Tallahassee Volumts eoP todl banys a lastr$Ie 1 __. __-_. Union.
-* a i-aa.4ih to rrssoWBrB- JNOTE. Another veMurBah citise <^^- was ^M- insut try hm. Kings 14 _______
to do q t em p- lrmely -Ano sher vteneebl c a" Iarn m i happy to may It saved
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TallaheS ayM S MP OW.
Interesting reading matter, local news
and attractive advertisements on every
page of this paper. Read tall.
The City Council of Atlanta on the
26th revoked all saloon licenses until
the first of October. Another election
on prohibition and Atlanta very prob-
ably would go "dry" again.
That drainage amendment, if passed,
will mauke five boadless men gger than
the Legislature, and will take from
that body for all time, all control of
State landae Will our people thus en-
slave themselves.
It isa a taken ide of our hating
the admanldtratlon, or a single member
of it, for we hate no one; but we do
pity those poor misguided devils, who
arosekinf the people to make five of
them oar master.
Hon. Hunt Harris has returned to
Key West after a pleasant summer's
outing with his family at Hotel Beech-
wood, Summit, N. J. His friends will
now, no doubt, push his candidacy for
President of the next State Senate.
Floridian and especially Tallahassee-
ans ean well afford to be proud of the
Plorlds Female College. It is now the
equal of any In the South and if fur-
nilbed more fleclltles and necessary
captal will undoubtedly be made The

Pro. Tom F, McBeath's Florida
Behool Exponent was fourteen years
old with its last issue, and we believe
grows better with each number, If such
a thing be possible. It should visit
o.rhome and school in the State of

William Randolph Hearst has been
mimnaated for the governship of New
Awrk, against Charles E. Hughes, the
repabliesa who was nominated the same
day. Mr. Hearst has the Independent
League with him, and we believe he
will be elected.
The Tamps Tribune says "some edi-
tesm have drained the Everglades in a
newspaper paragraph, and our Governor
drains them in an hour's speech. But
all must bow in submission to those ex-
euraeonlsat, who went, saw and drained
'em in the twinkling of an eye."
The True Democrat doea not believe
that a majority of the people of Flor-
Ida will vote on election day to pass an
amendment to the constitution which
will make five officers the masters and
beases of the whole people, with n<
me to account to for their omcial acts
Fackler's Hustler, a new newspaper
at Wildwood, has come to us. It in a
neat paper, well filled with local and
general news, and we wislh it success
The people of Wildwood should give it
large patronage to sustain and take car
of its editors, Mesnrs. S A. l,'a'kler an
NM.
The very interesting series' of reinti
lacent letter by lion Robert W. liavis
which are appOearinjg firt in the Sundai,'
edition of the Ttninp Trin.li, recall
many haplx'nings cf thi llltt Iiil wi
will reproduce th.'m e.ll UN we, ,in. Wi
hope he will continue thi,< Ki.l worn
until he comnEs up to ihow the il-culiar
ties and funny anti's of th, inningng,
regime and by the time h' c ver it he
may find it timely to tell h'oridians whi
he knows and thinks of the |ires.e'nt his
story that is bling made
Last Sunday's edition of the l'ensa
esla Daily Journal, 4N pages filled witi
the cholest of all kinds of intereintin


reading matter and attractive adver
tsements, in celebration of moving int
| eommodious new quarters, built k
' ially for It and arranged for an up
to.date newspaper and general printing
eitabllshmet, was a credit to the pa
per's owners ad the eitisens of Pen
ameea who make the publication of suel
a newspaper possible. The Journal I
e of the beet a.leand dally newsp
pm athe South, and deserves athe d
P siedMet and Gembew Manage
Maps is meet with. Mar tW Jew
alt tol I *"ew Isgero aMdd
isVA tfWIsof b to pl e pa heft
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W. Stanley Harro, o the Tap
Tribune, in his write..e o the tri,
says that ame s the distinglshed via f
Iton were Cpt R. Rose and HOa. I
John W. Headeron, of this city, ad
that "CoL Henderson, who owns 98,000
asres of this drainage district, and Mr.
Morgan, of Lake City, who owns 86,000
acres, bereabouts. Both gentlemen
wee so unpressed at what they saw
that they stated that they were per-
fetly willing to pay their part of the
drainage tax and were in favor of
draining this wonderful region. CoL
Henderson told me he never felt so near
like a millionaire in his life as when
dnnking a glass of the clear water from
Lake Okeechobee and listening to Capt.
Rose tell of the great future of his
Everglades property. The entire party
was in favor of immediate drainage to
a man, the only difference of opinion
being on the power given the commis-
sion under the amendment. Col. Jor-
dan, of Punta Gorda, and Senator Hum-
phries, of Bradentown, were very much
against this, but were outspoken in
their desire for drainage."
Hon. John W. Henderson stands on
the drainage question just as he did be-
fore he excurted to the Everglades. He
will properly represent the sentiment
of his constituents. Taking a trip
through the Caloosahatchie and the
lakes could not possibly give one any
idea about the practicability, feasibility,
sensibility or profitableness in the Gov-
ernor and his schemers' undertaking.
It has shed no new light on the subject,
and passing resolutions endorsing the
amendment and the schemes that go
with it at Governor Broward's gather-
ings does not show that the people are
being converted to drainage, or that
Floridians intend to adopt a change in
the Constitution that will place so much
power in the hands of a drainage board
-a power they ask for that will surely
make them our "masters," accountable
for their official acts to no one-with
the right to do business as they please,
secretly conduct all public affairs as
suits themselves, and, worst of all, and
perhaps dearer to them than anything
else, enable them to build up a political
machine in this State with a view of
absolutely controlling everything. These
men, backed by the slick schemers be-
nind them, would, in plain words, be
"political boesea" of the most danger-
ous kind, and would carry with it every-
thing that could possibly be antagonis-
tic to the general welfare of Floridians,
and dangerous to every public interest.
If perchance some member of that
excursion party expressed pleasure at
the novelty of the trip, see how eagerly
the drainage gang jumps into making
it appear that opinions have been and
t are being changed. Our Senator has
not been changed one single bit in his
I opinions. Possibly he got off the little
pun accredited to him about drinking
that "pond water," etc., but he now
standson the drainage undertaking Just
as he did before the excursion Like
Senator Humphries and Editor Jordan,
he surely is, and always will be, op-
posed to placing power in a board of
five public official, which will make
them our masters in fact. The experi.
r ence of the last six years shown clearly
K they have now more power than is to
I the best interests of the people, and it
is 'erry cheeky to ask for more. Yet
Sthe great Napoleon Broward is neglect-
, ing his official duties, throwing the dig-
d nity of the State to the winds, in trav-
eling over the State, making stump
- speches in advocacy of the scheues of
. himself and associates and begging that
Sthe people place in their hands addi-
Stionil pIower by adopting the propntiedl
" amendment


We ido not believe the people of Flor-
ida will grant any such Russian Czarith
powers by voting to adopt this political
trickster scheme. Give them the drain-
auro tmwer they ask for. and next will


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come the insurance scheme and the din- Myers Hoard of Trade for the
pennary scheme, and maybe some more extended to the excursionists
schemes for scheming seems to be the
order of the day just now for those ed, though not without prot
who have worked the scheming racket members of the party. How
for several years past for what it has sionists were able to determi
twen worth. plan is feasible in the face o
Patrick, the New York lawyer con. of civil engineers that it is
victed of murder years ago and sen- that, too..froma.day's jaunt
tenced to death, but still in prison, says mal section of the ireat wa
that he prefers death in the electric ceive. he drainage scheme
chair to commutation of sentence. He lucky indeed if t r action d
seems likely to get neither, but to die act upon them. Time-*Un
of old age, waiting for the courts to get Talks. -- --
through with his case. Patrick In New Pass the drainae amen
York, the Rawlings gang in Georgia, you place in the h eds of f
and Cooper down in Areada jai are absolute power to do as t
three impreeeive object liasessa on tihe with the lateJ Imrovpea
fatal weekam of ler law jst where aw r emmkl, w be
Owheo b stoesgest.-ULve Oak toanome oIN AeasW

TbM Tava X@es U M.in IN reseeat is, 26msev I 6 9 suW of
sues, h el he h Oet abot -wat -k 4 tb0
atJeeng bmin, &Oc.
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ecourtesies
was adopt-
ests from
the excur-
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of exports
not, and
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he has a little more;" and to getthe
"little more" he must realize that he
has not advertised enough either, until
he has advertised still a little more.-
Tampa Tribune.

It is hoped Loon county will never
have euch a ea-e to stir up bitter race
feetings as bad Atlanta anad that r
Stiase, bet white and colored,
always week to ti end that the very
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Drhme &NMtrb just about to IM a1
compromise with teL. &N. Railrd.
The munorhasMt thatthey offer that
road $100,000 ad 600,000 asrem of I
land to withdraw the Injunction suit. I
If the L. N. reed hold claim they
can now get a mph money and land I
from, is it not reasonable to suppose I
some of the other ailrads will eonela
for what the State of Plorida has prom-
ised them for building railroads in Flor-
ida also. We will await the compro-
mise which, it is aid, will come about
In a few days, before further comment;
but we will ask, will paying the $100,-
000 to the L. & N. release the balance
of cash in hand which is tied up so the
drainage gentlemen can dispose of it be-
fore it can be again tied up?
T3il CUBA KIXUPF.
All hope of peace between the Cuban
Government and Insurgents has been
abandoned and preparations are being
made for a large force of Uncle Same
Troops being landed there as the only
solution of the problem. The new re-
public is now preatically about gorne up.
Preparations for American military
intervention in Cuba are now in full
operation. The plans of the general
staff of the army contemplate the con-
centration of between 20,000 and 40,000
troops, to be divided into four or five
expeditionary columns.
There is great activity in both the
army and the navy than at any time
since the war with Spain. Careful and
systematic arrangements are bein made
in every branch of the military service
for active work in the field. A form-
idable fleet of American warships al-
ready is in Cuban waters, and the army
only awaits a signal from President
Roosvelt to move in force to Cuba.
Every branch of the War Depart-
ment is on the jump. The horses ad-
vertised for in Chicago are only a part
of those to be purchraed. Bids for
both horses and mules will be opened
in Philadelphia and East St. Louis.
The three great supply bureaus of
the department-the quartermaster's,
commissary and medical-are prepair-
ed to take care of the army, and all of
them now are engaged in working out
the details of an expedition. In ad-
dition to the purchase of horses and
mules medical and subsistence supplies
are being bought in large quantities at
some of the Eastern ports, and antici-
patory arrangements for the railroad
transportation of troops are being con-
cluded.
The general staff' aside from deter-
mining the number and character of
the troops to be employed in Cuba, is
not idle. Maps of a special kind al-
ready have been printed, which cover
the latest obtainable information of the
topograhy of the island, and plans have
been worked out for the force a.ter it
is landed in Cuba.
Alfred Abrams' Tavares Herald
thinks it has discovered the milk in thq
cocoanut and asserts that Ex-governor
Jennings is the real power behind the
drainage movement and that he will be
a candidate to succeed Gov. Broward
two years hence.-Madison New Enter-
prise.
Well. hardly so! We do not think it
possible under all circumstances that
"W. S J." could hope to be elected to
a high otrice in Florida again, and may-
be he would rather remain the "Power
Behind the Throne." Anyway, he is a
shrewd Ipolitical genius and you will not
often catch him throwing away his
"Rock ( 'andy."
The unexpected happened in that Leg-
islative editorial junket from Fort My-
I ers to l.nke Okeechobee. A resolution
in whi-h endorsement of the Ever-
glades drainage scheme was cunningly
interwoven with thanks to the Fort


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ditiis an nAd te uWgiads drainge.
Ratheada elal. the land en grnt. &M
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hvemad tbeigranat, it is smup-1 a
q- n witther the cortswiBeome 0im
the gra s legal. It Is the he gh$
of reeklaes to assmme that the
courts will throw the claims of the rall-
roads out, and go head with the ex-
penditure of millions of the State's
money upon an experimental enterprise
upon that hypothesis.-Nassau Star.
When Gov. Broward completes the
Everglades canals, and the drainage
question is forgotten, he will find much
to do if he care to take up the good
roads question. Wouldn't a tax of five
cents per acre build good roads through
old Washington county? And, are we
not as much entitled to good roads as
the 'glades people are to good ditches?
-Washington Verdict.
Those members of the Okeechobee ex-
cursion who are opposed. to the Ever-
glades drainage scheme and who had
not sufficient opportunity on said ex-
cursion to make such an investigation
as might result in changing their minds,
doubtless felt somewhat uncomfortable
when resolutions were sprung suddenly
upon the party, giving complete en-
dorsement to the scheme.
The object, of course, was to have
these resolutions go abroad over the
State is the deliberate expression of
men who have personally toured the re-
gion and had found from such tour that
the plan was entirely feasible.
The party, of course, had no opportu-
nity to make such an investigation in a
hurried trip through a small portion of
the territory, and it strikes the Tribune
that it was taking an unfair advantage
of the excursionists to seek to commit
them in any such manner.
They were on what was advertised to
be a pleasure excursion, but the avar-
icious politician of the present day, and
particularly of the Broward following,
never allows the higher sentiments of
hospitality to interfere with his "busi-
ness" when there Is a wire to be pulled.
The Tribune is gratified to learn that
the Fort Myers Board of Trade, which
gave the excursion, had nothing to do
with the injection of this political trick
into the program, but that it was the
work of certain particular friends and
supporters of the Governor, who simply
couldn't let the opportunity pass to
frame up something which would assist
them in fooling the people.-Tampa
Tribune.
A STRONG PUBLISHING COMIPANTY.
Several business men of Plant City
have associated themselves for the pur-
pose of forming what will be known as
the Plant City Publishing Co., with a
capital of $40(0. This company will
purchase the Plant City Courier and
add new equipment and improvements.
Plant City is growing, making neces-
sary an extensive enlargement of the
paper to meet the new conditions.-St.
Augustine Record.
Just what should be done at Talla-
hassee. We desire to get enough busi-
ness men of this city and Leon county
interested in it, to form a company with
enough capital behind it to enable us to
put in some more facilities, thus help-
ing us to give you a better newspaper
and to buildup a large and profitable
printing plant. We stand ready to prove
that it can be made to pay handsomely
and that the general welfare of the city
and county needs such a newspaper none
can doubt. We are doing all we can
with the scant means we have in hand,
but much more good could be accom-
plished with more means and men be-
hind the business. Help us organize a
good company and lets have an up-to-
date printing plant like Live Oak and
other places.
There is no question but what all
things require, that a first-class, fear-
less outspoken newspaper be published
and circulated from Tallahassee.
"A merchant has never enough until


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poiat.

The Railroad Comaklo. has lboued
Yoea_, e sy otied t -t thAr
will be a me Ati- of thRalbman Ca
mission ofa the st A e
id, on the 9thda of October, A. D.
1906, at 10 o'clok a ., to consider
the adptir of an order orequiringot
to Mao a union
Uve Oaki Florida. ts e=leaing
ou, the Atlantic Coast Line m ailro
Company. and you, the Seaboard Air
Uneialway, and you, the Foida
Railway Company, and you, the Uve
will have an opportunity to be bad
and to show cau"e, if any have,
why the proposed order should not b
adopted.
Done and ordered by the Railroad
Commission of the State of Florida, in
session at their office in the City of
Tallahassee, Florida, this 24th day of
September, A. D. 1906.
JCFFURSON B. BRowN3,
Attest: Chairman
R. C. DUNN, Secretary.
C0le0 Notes.
Mr. Frank Cramer left Monday for
DeLand to continue his studies at the
Stetson University.
The following young men left Monday
to attend the University of Florida at
Gainesville: George Eames, Kent John-
son, Thomas Hancock, Sam Sanborn
and Henry Felkel.
Mr. Shannon Perkins left Sunday for
Grant University, at Nashville, Tenn.,
to continue his studies.
Mr. William VanBrunt left Wednese-
day for Baltimore to attend the Uni-
niversity of Maryland. He will soon be
a "painless extractor." Success to you,,
William.
oesereld VFraltre For Sale.
On the first Saturday in October I
wish to sell all my Household Furniture
at my residence corner of Madison and
Bronough streets.
80-2t MRa. J. E. WiLKxs.
Editors Harris and Bittinger, of Ocala,
have written entertaining accounts of
that Everglades trip, but a vry close
perusal of their "stories" falls to re-
veal anything approaching an endorse-
ment of the drainage scheme.-Tampa
Tribune.
There is a rumor afloat that the great
Drainage- Internal-Improvement Board
has offered to compromise its difference
with the L. & N. Railroad. Is it not
reasonable to suppose if they admit
this road's claims good, the other rail-
roads will win out, too?
Istray Cow Ntice.
Having taken up and cared for a
white stray cow, 8 years old, marked
crop and two splits in right ear, crop
and underbit in left, notice is hereby
given that, unless called for in thirty
ays, the same will be sold to payex-
penses. PrBTnR HORN.
Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 28, '06. 81-5
Ssrveyla.
Parties desiring surveying done will
find it to their advance to call on or
address F.S. HKNRY,
31-tf Tallahassee, Fla.
Crooked politics means crooked mor-
als.
Duty done for duty's sake is self-
rewarding.
Mr. D. M. Lutz was among our plir
ant visitors Tuesday.
Query- Where are the brick and ce-
ment walks on Clinton street?
Mr. Luther Holloway left Saturday
for Gainesville to attend college.
In every direction now we see chil-
dren coming and going from school.
Messrs. John Moore and S. M. Scott,
Jr., of Quincy, spent Sunday in the
city.
Mr. George W. Alligood was in the
city Tuesday and made the True Den m-
ocrat a pleasant visit.
Mrs. Dr. W. L. Moor and children re-
turned home Tuesday, after a very
pleasant summer visit in North Geor-
gia.
Mr. Harmon Ball returned home last
Saturday after a long abene, vit
many points of interest ia the United
States.
Mr. B. H. Coeroft. Ctij C.
was -s hoestleg around theether dat.
He report. busIness good.

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into -reclaim 00ome am0 000
acres of the fnest aw-aM s lands in
the State, g between Lakes Apopka
and Dora, an having been interested
in and experimenting with these lands
during this time, think it not amis to
give result of my observation and ex-
perience, which may throw a little light
on the subject.


Owing to the immense water supply
of the Everglades, a large part of Soutg
Florida, and the great flow of water in
the rainy season into them, requiring
such a large canal, that would cost
millions of dollar.- to cut to carrry off
this water, its seems altogether im-
practicable. Some idea can be formed
as to the size of canal it would require
when the fact is considered that more
than twenty rivers and creeks run from
the district to be drained, beginning
with the St. Lucie river on the east
and extending to the Caloosahatchie
river on the west, which does not con-
trol the water from the Kissimmee
Valley that flows into the Everglades,
as only the highest lands along the
lower east coast are not covered by
the overflow from Okeechobee and the
Everglades in the wet season, and how
much would one more outlet relieve the
situation when the proposed canal is
not as wide and deep as several of the
streams draining from this district?
But, waiving the questions as to drain-
age cost and length of time it would
take to do it (cutting the Panama canal
has been advocated as far back as I can
remember, which is forty years, and no
one doubted that it could and would be
cut, but when and the cost of doing so
has been and is the question), what
would these lands be worth or good for
even when drained? I believe they
would be a veritable white elephant on
the hands of the people. I have seen
these reclaimed saw-grass lands tried
in several counties of the State in a
great many kinds of crops, and do not
now of but one instance where they
have given profitable results, and sand
was hauled and mixed with the muck
in this case. In every other instance
disastrous failure and abandonment re-
sulted, and in Dade county I have seen
muck lands grow good tomatoes during
the dry springs and early summer be-
fore the wet season drowned them out,
but they put from $35 to $60 worth of
fertilizer per acre, and the same year
I saw tomatoes on these lands from
about four thousand acres planted.
There was such a large crop grown
that prices went so low as to make it
unprofitable to gather and ship, and
many that were shipped did not pay ex-
penses for gathering, packing, etc.; so
that to use these lands, if drained, to
to increase the vegetable output
would overstock the markets and
kill the business off. And again,
there is a large number of people in
Dade county who are doing well in the
vegetable business (the overflows and
other drawbacks keeping and supply
within the demand) who are greatly
benefitted by the protection the water
in the Everglades gives them from the
cold, and why injure those people, when
to do so would put the muck part of
these lands in shape to be burned up
by the annual forest fires, which I have
seen burn by the acre. I believe sugar
cane is the crop the governor proposes
to use these lands for, but in all cases
coming under my observation where
sugar cane was grown on these lands it
a failure, and abandoned because
-i sugar cane was deficient in saccha-
rine matter, and was badly infested by
worms that did not bother the cane on
the higher lands and the black, rich
looking lands that would grow dog fen-
nel twelve feet high and careless weeds
two foot in diameter, would be left for
the poor sandy higher lands which, with
a little fertilizer, gave satisfactory re-
sults. And the price it would cost to
seep labor in the Everglade section in
mseet season would make sugar grow-
ag unprofitable, if on the beet sugar
hands in the world. I acquired several
hundred acres of the Apopka saw ra
muck land through the Apopka
Co., at a cost of 10 per acre and after
g so many failures ade o this
elass of lands, nd ting tiredof pay-
ing taxes and after several
year ffort to get a better price, old
thin at 1 per acre to a wide-awake
mn who held thi- several years sad
r-ettlo Ms m01ony beek. I
am11 have a*U1 la0 whieh I
wM g Mady l at pL m racre. An
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Mbts dne man to w thoan

M lwiaottl waste millions of
the people's money In so hopelesa
cause as the attempt to drain the Eve
ni te governor politically. I voted
for him becam I thought the railroad
influence was running the politics or the
State, and that they no longer belonged
to the infant class, and it was time or
the people to take a hand and put men
in office that were not under their con.
trol. I sincerely believe it to the best
interests of the people of the State at
large to vote against the drainage
amendment.
A Game of Ball.


"il at rsm-Mshi prices, and a favr.
ahic tems to 1rlo-Ule pasrtle.
Hi bto aeko Hm is now and up to
date. and Inwlnds any and all artele
in his line needed for county and city

In Heavy Harmes 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 Stable* 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.
Mr. S. T. Williamson, of Quincy
came over Sunday to meet his wife and
children, who were returning from Pan-
acea Springs. He accompanied his fam-
ily home.
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Last Saturday evening a right inter- o _,,,n ry1.1_-__ n
testing game was played at Woodville Chkaberlala's Ce h Remedy Acts
between the Pine Grove boys and Wood- on Nature s Plan.
ville boys. The score stood 23 to 6 in The most
favor of Pine Grove. The most successful medicines are
The same teams will play again in those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
about two weeks, and if Woodville is Coug h Remedy acts on this plan. Take
not satisfied that they were defeated it when you have a cold and it will allay
before, perhaps they will be white- the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expec-
washed next time, and then maybe they toration, open the secretions and aid
will do better. nature in restoring the system to a
It was amusing to see how the girls healthy condition. Thousands have tea-
tried to help the boys, but where art tified to its superior excellence. It
and skill is wanting jokes and jests do counteracts any tendency of a cold to
little good. result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
NoVICE. Large sise, 60 cents. For sale by all
.-- --- ----... -... 'druggists.
Torture by Savages. -r. -~
"Speaking of the torture to which Special Services at Bpiscoval Church.
some of the savage tribes in the Phi'- Last Sunday morning and evening
ippines subject their captives reminds special services were held in the Epis-
me of the intense suffering I endured copal church, Rev. Edward Gamble, of
for three months from inflammation of '.Ima, Ala., officiating.
the kidneys," says W. M. Sherman, o0 Special music was furnished by the
Cushing, Me., "Nothing helped me un- regular church choir, Mrs. Geo. Per-
til I tried Electric Bitters, three bottles kins and Mr. Wm. H. Shreve, of Phila-
of which completely cured me." Cures delphia, Pa. A large and appreciative
liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood dis. congregation attended both services.
orders and malana; and restores the -
weak and nervous to robust health. Pain from a lras Premptly BRelieved
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c. By Chamberlala's Pala f alm.
S^^^^ A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Prof. John G. Riley, the principal of Vernon, Conn., was recently in great
Lincoln Graded and High School, is the pain from a burn on the hand and as
only colored teacher in Florida who o'd applications only increased the in-
holds a State certificate. His general fimmation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
average in the examination was 89.6, .J. mes N. Nichols, a local merchant for
and Superintendent Holloway congratu- .,,*iething to stop the pain. Mr. Nicli-
lated him on the excellent showing he ols says: "'I advised him to use Cham-
made in his being able to secure the berlin's Pain Balm, and the first appli-
first State certificate held by a colored cation drew out the inflammation and
teacher. Prof. John Riley was boni gave immediate relief. I have used this
raised and educated in Tallahassee, and liniment myself and recommend it very
is highly thought of and respected by often for cuts, burns, strains and lame
both colored and white citizens. He is back. and have never known it to dis.-
a Mason and a devout member of the appoint." For sale by all druggists. *
C. M. E. Church of this city. He is an
untiring worker for the uplifting of his
race. ibe to the True Democrat i
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and expo ure to the weather. I also recommend your
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These used together defy all pain.
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i i eOOLn profeIoasM, Wad quite a number of town
',m -llp, th lora raFmale Collfe for-
In im M Ra lhchi s lNIy commenced Its fall asesslo at
-I g, L Rsed. 9:lb o'eloek Wednesday morning in the
t eereises began with sainghV o l r was- a muecoal
"Ameriesa." with acompiment on election month new pip organ, dmir
the elernt new piano so kindly p" ably rendered by Miss ertha i. Fos.
.ented to the school by the Woman a ter.
Club of the e tv, Th professors and teachers of the
ev. W. Poe then led n pr olle, nd ministers of the city to
after which short addresses ere mae ether with State Superintendent Hol-
by Dr. W. H. Carter, Rev. Frank Cra owy and Prof W. N. Sheate occupied
mr and CountySuperintendentE. the platform to the right of the o n.
Epn, who briefly outlined the work Beginning with a scripture reading
and prospects for the comnsason, b Rev. Frank Cramer, and singing by
andexpreMd thebeltef thnat e sabool a present, followed by a prayer by
were sure to Prosper under thSe ableRev. W. M. Poage. Pres. Murphree
mn ment ofave a short address of welcome to
Mr. .he ts then introduced President gave a shortudent and new members ofme t
of the Florida Female College, Prof.aculty, and thanked the ladies of the
A. A. nMurphree, wholave an excellent Womans Club for a beautiful floral dec-
talk and congratulated the administra- oration which they presented to the
tionon securing the present principal. college,.
He also expressed his utmost respect Introdluctions and hort talks were
and rood will for the common school then in order by the following named
hearty rom werati hof the Fenae Colth persons: State Supt. W. M. Holloway,
lew and th O raded high school. pp.,'u Hon. W. N. Sheats, Rev. W.
Hon, R. Hudson Burr then followed on. paW. N. hector ofev th MethodW.
with a short lefrdM s, o F piseomaul Church, Dr. W. If. Carter, of
Mrs. MhaklefordAlso r8kon the Epicopal Church. and Rev. Frank
bahfof tha Womn' Club, of which (ramer, pastor of the First Baptist
PIrnopl W. N. Rheats mad the Church. All of the talks of these gen-
Prin dresspl W. outiN. Sheni madpcyh tlemen was enjoyed very much by those
elosinff addrmei. outlining hi" policy in prpit. i
the management of the schoolsmfor the The next in order was a solo by the
nhet teW N. vocal teacher, Mins Margaret B'.ch-
The Lm Graded and Hifh Schoolsnholtz, and more organ music by Miss
havw for this em on the folk winn able, Bertha Foster.
tMiheCs: W. N, Bheats, princindl, with In his talk President Murphree stated
VMl aC. M. Br ovrd and E lizabeth that the number of students booked for
lantehard h haolstnt. All throcofi this year greatly exceeds that of last
the teeshers hold State certificates, year, and if continued accordingly, next
whieh yovei thief school a distinction n. year the increase will be such that it
Joed by noother shool in Florida, will be very difficult to accommodate
this beinr the only school n which em unless an appropriation is ade
hMigbh ehool grades are taught by teach- by the next Lesaislature.
er hokl seuh erticates., bThis increase speaks exceedingly well
The lower grades are outlined as fol- for the management of the college and
lows: f it is to be hoped that necessary ar-
Miss Rennie plhlrae, first grade. rangementa will be made in order toac-
MVis inna Washburn, second grade. commodate every student who desires
MWissw Julia Kennedy., third rade. learning at this Institution.
Ies Grace P. Cobbu ou rh e.i The faculty and board look forward
The sowa e Buld.m ine se of Missn to this year's session as being a grand
tho Walker Bolldlmr. in chaow of Missi ues.
CoMl as sob-l Ineipal of building. s -ucs. -
MiM Clara Bowen, fifth grade. Dr. flua's Testlmey Interesting.
ise Jennie Rrevard, sixth grade. Dr. Thomas Finn, of Boonaboro, Mo.,
UuMiss oeNiow seventh grade. who has practiced medicine for 82 years,
Miss at Sullivan. eighth rade. says he has used every prescription
The lset fm holding season in the known to the profession for treatment
SA am l nd Ar the er- of kidney and bladder diseases, and says
soTal sunervluon of P'inclpal htet he has never found anything so effect-
The kinderwarten class. held in room lye in both chronic and acute idney and
at th Lmon Hotel, is under Miss Con- bladder trouble as Foley'sKldneyCure.
ie. tteorek. a /raduate of he it s tops irregularities and builds up the
WiAndevpten Traliinc School at Louis- whole system. gold by all dealers.
villa, In charore of Miss Mary Hill. Miss .----l- d .
LtMs TPtum is "llntat and assistant. Wil Opea Schael October I, t9I6.
Miss Butterick fills the vacancy Miss Annie Ames, assisted by Miss
caused by the resignation of Mai Da. Henrietta Ames, will open their private
viess, who Is povented from teaching school Monday, Oct. 1st. 1906. 28-4t
n, a esunt of sickness. -
The kinderrarten class opened with WIaIL.
an enrollment of over twenty pupils To rent my farm west end of town by
and has every indication of a sucessful the year; land well situated and adapted
term. I- to tirowinf tobacco. For particulars
IPr1alhoe1 SeoR e toest. o apply to F. P. Woodward. 29-tf
I hava four nicely furnished rooms Fr |Sale.


to rent In new cotte. without mrd, One air horses, agon.. bugi y and
All sovelones. P. O. Box 11. or other farm implements for sale at a
apply to JOHN A. STNWART 80Im ar for cash. Apply to Wm. N.
Theakeland n say a dall per Taylor, Box 14, Tallahassee, Fla. 29-4t
i leete in that city. It I Infmed he Tamp TribuneI is full of admira-
tat there s "ample capital behind th tione for those exurlonists "who went
scheme to insure Its establishment."saw and drained" the Everglades "in
LAkeland Is also mn the surveyed route the twinkling of an eye." It thinks
of a purposd electric railway which they have bite the record Vast on-
New York parties may build from tnri han problems are mot easily setn-
TMyemp, the oth en willnu be "in For tied-n the mind-when one knows the
e Then Lakeland w be "Init.least of engineering. Times Union
-T.-U. Short Talks. Short Talks.
As o f f Pfrevtin "Wanted---A gobd rain" Sarasota
to worth a poond of cure. There are Times. Been having rain up in this
many poor sufferers. consumntives who neck of the words almost every day for
are howle of ratting well. who. if more than two months. You may come
they had taken csre of themslves, or send and take them away for awhile
would now he well. A courh is the if you wish, for we have had plenty and
founmdston of consumption. Ballard's a little more for one season, this year.
Horeohond Syrno will cure that enough. subscribe for The True Democrat.
Mrs. -- Grat Falls. Montana, e.
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hor- A cler Ceo plexm a & r Igipt aes.
ound Jyrup in my family for ye In most eae a sallow, blotched com-
my children never suffer with coughs." c
Sold by all druggists." plexion and dull, heavy eyes eare due to
Po. or digestion and an Inactive liver.
e P8e John Collins for Job Printing. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids diges-
tion and stimulates the liver and bowels
Foes BMa--Slx8room house. grod lo- and makes the complexion smooth and
nation, full-else lot. Address box 841. elear. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does
Mr. R. H. Laster. of Alverruerque, not nauesate or gripe and is mild and
New Mexico. western manager for the' pleasant to take. Refuse substitute.
N. K. Fairbanks Co.. spent several Sold by all dealers.
days with his brother Mr. T. W. ALe*- -.--r
tor, South Calhoun St. ILECTIC BELL.
Mrs. R. H. Gamble has left White Parties desiring Electric Door and
Sulphur Sprinn, Va.. for Baltimore, Dining Room Call Bells should confer
Md.. where she will visit her sister dur. with W. S. Quarterman, Jr. See him
mir Oteber, and will return home early or phone No. 2. 30tf
In Novuher. Mrs. Gamble statesthat -:. .. --..- .
ahe Is well and feels greatly the benefit Get Ge PhotoJrphs
of the alphur water and mountain air. Among our leading business people
Of eourme she had her local paper fol- who is sure to be enjoying a thrving
low her, early fall business is Mr. Blank, the
The work of trading and paving the Photorrapher, who succeeded Grigby
sMewalks and repalrinl the roads on anme time since. Mr. Blank deserves
Cliston street is steadily rolng on when the seeess he is meeting with as he
the rains will permit of it. but it is has put out some exceedingly artistic
quite sluash and muddy thereon just work. As a Photographer he ia with-
now. Bv the way, let's have a change out doubt one of the best that has ever
and call it Collegre avenue. visited Tallahasse. having operated
^^s i sutehe fully in Jacksonville, Macon ad
If It a s iNrto th a u eriti es Macn. Hias
ou are after, Whto'as Cream Vermi-, atipet carbon work is b fr the inst
fure has a wormd.wi reputation as the that has bes made her. We are la
tof all worm tI and for Itm to annom e that r Blank has desdeM

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F. M. BRUMB Y, M S,.
I Tallaheseo, a Florida.'


DEALER IN


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Graphophones,

Talking Machines


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Supplies.


A well selected

stock of records


-, always on hand

I have in connection with my Furniture Department,
where I can take care of any repair work brought in.


a General


Repair Shop


I buy, sell or exchange anything of value and can save you money on house-


hold goods.


BRICK! BRICK!! BRICK!!!

$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot

$8.50 delivered in city

GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,
Tallahassee, Fla.
2s-tf

Tobacco LOad.
I offer for sale three desirable small
farms, suitable for tobacco growing.
One of 50 acres, one mile east of Tal-
lahasse, on south side Miccosaukie road.
Large barn and tenant's house. Num-
ber of pean trees.
One of 90 acres three miles west of
Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson road.
Large house and two tenants' houses.
One of 220 acres, five miles west of
Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson road.
Tobacco grown there some years ago.
Two tenant houses.
30-tf JoHN S. WINTHROP.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe.
Mrs. F. R. Lamb and neice, M re. N.
F. Manelly of Pensaeola, are in the
city guest of the Leon Hotel.
Mr. P. L. Boatwright, Road Super-
visor, who has charge of working the
roads south of Tallaassee, last week
on this county* portion of the road
which runs up to the Seaboard depot
and along near the Cotton Oil Mill, lee
Factory and the Compress.
Mr. B. C. Bondurant, one of the able
profeors at the Female College, who
ha spent the summer in Chicago, re-
turned Monday to assume his duties at
the college.
Prof. S. M. Tucker, of the Female
College returned Wednesday from a
trip to New York.
Prof. Arthur Williams returned last
Wednesday from Georgia, where he has
spent several days.
Prof. J. C. Calhoun, or the Female
College has returned after a splendid
trip to Milwaukee, Wias.
Miss Moses, teacher of elocution at
the college, who spent her vacation in
St. Louis, returned this week.
Miss Abernathy, who has been on
a trip throughout West Virginia and
Philadelphis, has returned to assume
her duties a teacher of art at the col-
Miss Halli Lewis, who has bean tak-
ing a course of study at Columbia Uni-
versity, in New York City arrived to
assume the duties of teacher at the
college.
Prof. L. W. Buchholz, of the Female
College returned home Thursday from
a vacation In the mountains of North
Carolina.
Miss Madeline Kiepp, director of
music at the Florida Female Colege,
has returned from a pleasant vacation
in the North.
The Capital City pharmacy has not
changed haws. The proprietors solicit
a continuation of the generous patron-
age accorded them in the past by their
friends and the public.
CsoMlmaaes* Ot bks. a
At a meeting in the Elks' Hall Tues-
day evninf a imeolidation was effect-
ed of the ak* Club and the Elks,
the latter takg Into their lodge some
twelve w a m brs, who were duly
initiated Wednsdayw night, and who
formerly made the body known as
the Chenai -C

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For the next 30 days my entire stock will go at
duced prices in order to make room for the large
stock which is beginning to arrive.


In the mean time we are going to have a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:


60 Tapestry Rugs, 27x60, ----------------.......$
48 Velvet Rugs, 27x60, --..--..--...-...........
120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 23x36,.------...........
60 Axminster Rugs, 27x60, .-..-- ---.......
48 Axminster Rugs, 6x72, ------.....-..-..
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from-----.....--........--1.50 to
Granite Art Rus, 9x9,..........................
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9x10j, ------..--- -.--........


It will pay you to look my stock over
prices bfor ying.


1.60
1.85
1.00
2.25
4.00
8.00
4.00
12.00


and get my


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COMPANY.


Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00

HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS


OF FORTY ONE STATES.


3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
If you become totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
are not deducted from face of
policy. .
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.


Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.

-- AGENTS WANTED.


IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.


Call and see.


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g isteessBarHHoe. Thethe of the n evlli- Don*tSstartSi z rt t hioo
.t a t= .tion tmaa of theo tal xre It is eofeere for me to write |

a aB3 areal itf itsl It wl thrs and it is to women of panoat the depJeta mepof ared
e trnt lo t m as oom tan to red, bt the




S. Diand Aad it is certain that i i women of today are brought up tday

Sattempated to bte n a, on the plan ad. tht at the a0e of twenty-v they
, f "TrW &^i. to. ff voestd by the Governor, it will coast know as much of these matters as tim d
, 9 m of dollars anyhow, whether or oroldingsnary woman does at forty, d
Snotsalable.it is lly accomplihed they ry for love it uuall laa f
STh point in the draiae scheme they keep up only autheneceary aeIn al
B I- --',' that utrikee tte he Tribune u a conwidera- due and keep a cloas watch o their
- AJU ^BH n*gf..lTm~r Sygilew. Sr _me, h e ton of gravest import in the provision chudren and home. ----.--
Ss o e o s know-not u w o of the eontitutioalamendment which The woman whose husband haisa
1 M Sie Io- gagf. vests powers and privileges in the mem- small salary and many chisoi with ok I
Slast H beng of the internal Improvement no servant to help, nha ahard s.f w
If. a"g troubled with liver com- BoaI. in the oa non of the Tribune, it; though, i am he m has ood health wm h f
p l d h^ave not receivedvd hel rehd the power o t tobe conferred upon is the 't startet Ibleiving in to him
w s Mrs. Mary E Habmmond. oody, thia body, the compition of which in she can scomplis areatodealrappy.e
Sthee ame down "T.., ys: "I was in poor health- future is problema nal, are excessive tiesng economy and remme to wri nat-
s bn vitort. tlt North. sa wh imve trouble-for over a year. and dangerous. There is no guaranteed nes God uauallyfor the wthe o for thde
rod oto dme o and I tried that the eople of Florida ma not elect uraen re of twenty-f
Sdeea of the ne, and bott cred me. a t he hGovernornst it will utehe t know Three thin to be remembered asys m
ad r They became c'qt y .top. mueh for Herbine, as it at some future day, unnerupulouw, and or Or Belnaryo man of hist forty, are a
cf loreraon _Senator1, Cotfrelo wo.Wne rthll vemeeino.. I always deeigning men--men who would not "Never be monotonous," "Never let a t,
Jelaad State Mi.ton I B",ve t t ouot. P h w itate tossfully ae the powers conferred marn be too ure of you, Never, vrt, U
the torn ozf t idea mot in. you wih.' Sold by all drutitS. t* upon them under thi amendment to let man ee ly thow near a plain woman
Sk agan to r art their personal aTrandibunement and en. you can look.eep a watch on their
Shas are sow aibass re. UMA ECUl~meN RATES. richment. If some of the above rules were fol- At
aII d. .^ .. ...M" .... This Internal Improvement Board lowed, I think there would be fewer dl It
wagMsVIa I, 1oIke nde 8a4 Ala-0a .will, unde the provimponrt of the provisiont vorcen and hapom er .omes.-By eo
... tothe onasttutonl amendm be by far the moat Elsath Faulkner, huspman, n New
..v'w"i- ew .e we "I GULF COAST R-SORT- T.. poweul, the leas restricted body in York Word.
Sb..2. Un t ,-- 0al 8t ta .r r vestany portion of lowers and privileges n di More than half of mankind over a
Snot received hep trct ad and to impsought toe upon the red upoents ear of age uffter from kI ney a
_1,0,00e.H -To Gamrmond tMo, tick of such body, the c opposition of which In she can accomplish a great deal by pao.
-----te p- d-Texas, says: e ats Iw n poa onhe- future i Tproblematical, are Statexcould oirosvtateomand. Trmmbothringt ne
as aprpm victor fous North an twith limiver trouble-for over a year. and thus dangerous. There iemed nodv ble anedn. God usroually fits the bakfoy' r t
_o_ Mi kD er op lc octod s did me no ood and I tried that thnc o, flor a moment the "pk bure snoul aen t t rst n w






tal by remoral thatoev, me odest *-TLANTA GA -Home Cominng for wings" possible from the unitmited exer- of danger, as it corrects Irregularities
V aa*almost o mytto Geoeri al d t? cise octhis twmable pre otive! and has cured many old men of this de-
as p l oart, and bOWcthreebottl. rdleof the pract Ity or im. eae. Mr. Rodney Burnebe Remembered. sayspa
S.f .L _aT p nL^?_0a wi ill i racticability of the drainaiueof the Mo.,. write. I .iffered wth eba. m,
e f ee men. They became an't ocob ie of wmetheror not the day, unstated crupulou mai- year. an after taki two botthis plays, of
." OyS It in the ho uORGE' ISLAND FLAre hesitain its title to the land after improve. oleyd man bKidney Cure of youeel better than pr
most in o wish. Sold by all from uggists. them r under thisof al mendmother con I av for twenty how near alain wom p.
adsrtr personal aggrandizement and en- you can look.
anomowraders ere 50m Lt lImCUim beeRATeSndedtohapeot. If some of the above rules wefe foi- A










at e S tWe la wn bor t ao lNtov yGeorgi ". oThiraIons wnatmproevemen ti toward owed, I think there would bdealfewer,. I
ea e will, under the A m consti- forces d more happier homes.-Om

ela at:Ooa te te atutinal amendment, be by far thn e most Eli abet Faulkner, Chapmean, in Nef



*lt ,bn t aotern dythat ine a GULF COAST RESORTS Low Poanweul, the lest restricted body in York World.
ev'm ted or ne between nt trpratetic kets on s ale daily un- th State. nIt would be its privilege, ime a
a of them spoke ofIorl auItort, Ihit e0th. 10. il ot, r pemopet dS med necessaryato declare Ite ts g, and esDa eir. P C,
ae being State tr Rubnite a t ... n i. f, any portion of Florida a "drain e dim- More than half of mankind over SntI .
Setoa from oa. t, R sa ido Sc 190W. trict and to impose upon the orrtein h er of age u offer from kney f at
r idlh w eilers l uchf0 t of such district extra taxation t MteN laer dordere, uult ven lrem e v wr- 0
to. .. a e81," w e 1the...replyM t o. te tied t The entire State could of prostate gland. This both p infly





S was appealed to fo Iato an m sale Saturdays and Sunentdays be thus designated, I of deemed advisable and dangerous, tan oly's oKie it
tehis womany . Oste lan Fii on ri ietu on salon -a aoter ala mlaomence dth "pi Cur co ul Tii tke n atus t th niest .nng
m atl A att i. ev,,enoi ymd d,. hde onsles o pet taeneaab st
.0.th Grgisus.eaE osLAT A A. tr ip r e. cnse othis remarkable are tivel and has cured many old mno this dis- no
a ye ons t he at ew po, J e on pet Unt dth dt 17t ardlessofr h the practicality or Im- eou se Mr Rodney Burnti thett Rok
n0 g eneration kn.ow. notn of a anca boitofthle d ra iaeohep writes di sfer wt ent m




Te t ae iso t net curiouseert aith final limit for return October 20th' l rthac lt orgh to twe r iof him odwtes: npesre wI be a bttere o
o hesaktetc00 lBit kerhe for l tlow th. By t fee i kents o t Eeran he soroi of the question prostate th land and kidney troupe ofr 7.













as .18; ed tl e, puMed, wa.h ,n wenith l1mlt mmi fer eren-t Noiooittie untt hmi onster th u h emeoy tendinad itas ----gmenythe muois----
sketchliet10oftw oetvert rnotb stheSate coutdmain- eas an after otakic two bottles of S
t a, moad Conows cn bsT EuormaEtoionso A ttai n its title to the landeafterd improv- oley's Kidney Cure I better than pr



t han sel atn Steamer Crescent City from Ap nealac Intgteeg arde of all other con- I have for twenty years, although I am p.



to e Vo Qn arateme nasP.holen tr oikte abutbe o wl eru a on an body ofals w ill keepi oa c om










Mo wsSr. They eltl CotGl- O*t. t h, ecetr Gen. Ath.C tnat cy whien ecm1o red, and h pee nformd of whatri hapeig Ol
ead Wto Prde gl, and Batebromthem, shw,.ld n es veare eit wtely a thoie b a. w a sery accrdho of wod
r an ate Ma tiner; and p ef eWrOt, rTA. TOUR I S E nd ple tof Florida.e. I t I dangerous, The Thrice-a-Week World seer tha In
aw a i to IsaI prd o tdpet of to R~tapolina htsi teea sure, sooner or later, to breed abused stallation of a magnificent n w $150, a e
teacohiofnmdregaersmtwee Oot ind ahab of at Mand me- North mon than i e e f, t







n ed pr a aa Cat mayr b hbe extended to lov e fanrioand o aftr the onoeymoo et ran ith coans, oethe orday
) w7'a wMhega'h of a Noth an Soth 30theeth yover Iotem inoer a theremy ehape den th at- peorgaicne o oflrathe Fndtlor a-
reia1.0 .tdlil ae epmstaeer 80th FMs l w teemped y"State insurance synt mpb "'and ble. addition to h e shond y lkws





















hot? h Pera ool reyr ae o ing an theM iid. iwha nt aot l wthicho a nd aa af
eaeool oi 11e morveth do .i O hsatrun o serst hus far steered clear toh fr greatly Increases the scope of the h In--



becamechairman Statem r Republitae n S . tet b o hua s i n eae d thher-etiti"on bieht atsl e epir oern.
emmittee. in ; elected UState ATLANTA, GA. t-Geogi n State F el h e tid ties aw we N t putlo Ihe nomuel w ,eat iaen.nt Oa
Senator from Florida a a Repubic an, dailyth tothestem contm h ated Infr he will often have the opportunity of iat
atered frant uly 2 18 to March ince withal limit for r l action othis unlimited and supremely tendinga recita.ls given by themusicans 4
-180;- moved to Iowa chosen turn Oc tob aerri t. yo teren inthe a o pe wn re wrer f D e anttcollege. nd
adied at Pawadenaa Cal., March B e of St. Andro w. iRon 1et us beware, lest we authorized Edward Gamble and family, of f



t wY triun trioket oa octf 1e th, 1t, 1th, our vote this latne t menaci for in it Selma, Ala., stopped over on their way Ing.-


18, 190. d f tTsee of rmty ourns me seveala am
ga easa agin w 10iLMFinal limit .AOctoberlast, 1M unfathomedd depths lurk forbidding fWt S M er ansd Mtrs. u.s. Bayrdl. R. a
Sseom of Et ad m Fored e si B deposi t of ticket and payment of tee i s a t "Mlre.an d aM the B at uthBR. o
d a Micnats -lmt Kmay the heingxtendedtohapes nofcrraf t ande Mr. Gambl e occupied pupit ,ig len bet i
n. someofmypretntaders.alsoN emv tliMitmay be extended n1 onl ill to Florida.oTampa Tribune. Episcopal Church last Sunday morning, a.




in tho delectable reconstruction days MAONGAOERY ALA. Alabama Mi Ida Grace Cramer graduate of
wh a wen te ot W omn e State Fair. Rounded trip tickets on sale ale N ntonHaln Ka Man wSoa e Ml lthe 'John Stetson Universi I
had aSenato~r. .eftoo,.lbkort--Oct. 20th and daily from Oct. 20th toWM al.mhn. dr r bad. 29th, and of the Univwrsity of Chic
bat aWe dw.Te Congressio al dire t 6th., F1ia limit Oct. 29te, 1906. Augusteo1st-to,,, .,
Aorbye lbrth wats: bn at Glert MAN RGA.-Georgia State Colored A woman has great influence overmac AuuTh 1 lefa for deinow Ftat
"~s h e.t wa bokin ath0 Glberts- Agt. riLoltural and Industrial Fair. Round man, even if his love has somewhat, hreat i ah-e
vile' tageeat Nw Youk, June trip tickets on sale Nov. 11th to 17th. waned: Any woman with a tsar amount English and Latin in the Stetson UZ.-
Hamilton coll egeFina limit Nov. 2yth 1906. of brains and aflittle "tact" can keep raeity during the next year. Min
e elbem a mleshant in NW BIRMINGHAM ALo-Alabamaans her husband well in tow.t" Don't be Cramer also enters upon a post gradu-
Movedto Florida and elect- Hor fCiorm aton trip tickets on too demonstrative in your manner, ate course of study laudie Ito the A. M.
Senator as a eub- sale O. t B1and15th. Final limit that is enough ior boreuhim',he r a heree, awnich ereiepwir boe awaded-
lisa., sn f"..Jom.. Mar.h 4, R.toOct.Slat,1906. Bydepositto tKeep the showing of your affections for hete ivermet of wat.enlnt of
atch t~ died. at uGilberts,_l N.osiitd pafeniockent &s iIioccasionseither when he is par- 1907. _e..r.... .
P.yNov Icn Sen. t ofd .WOededuntilNov. 21st, 190 .filar tired or downhearted. A little TME NEW YORK WOr LD
N;other.Repub icanOsenatbors anofMAi.N,FGA.- Macon Centennial unexpected show of affection, or minoryI
W( Rondtrpoiceteo sl dail attention, will go a long way toward thriceoaluWeenU whthser

aWogstuserektheW.Oshor s.a P.Round trip ttiks o t and h r iy al the


s t aWaim o r .S. Mine a .l ,th p ashou Take an interest in things which in- regular subscriptionprice in only $1 per
o l-r!ltolrl thefofls i nesa ssed consumpti terest him and be a good companion, no year, and this pays for 16 papers. We
=l "h -fnf-r12oclocknom of gasd aWterS l per cenI -is good that e will mis you if you are offer this unequallednewnspaperand the
Ste Housei i cal rkc. rtanl ry to bke coW ratulated on his fine away; i.ncidental y, do not leave him True democratt together for one year
----.-vem have e sp -owing .Wh. -enM r. Miller took charge for too long, or some other woman ma for $1.60.
i te aea s w y we Mre v- Ito miiuu F your place for men are lonesome The regular subscription price of the
-o-f- # M e C~I~W4 b dP M w ei beings.. weoand human and usually find two paper is $2. -
temegal.muA Saw" .-dJbaveritising .. comfort in some other woman, though - -
H floek / to t dwu y w Iaeseo reiLaIN)ILM you will not find it out probably, until Lost I
--. 1t0i the P -- -ie I We- arm l- -Jto kow that Mr.Mi M ir t A Ladies DLouble-case Watch with
a Mr of oue of wIns aum with ua in Ta oee, fd ti man ti
u s e j- ahinater u .i - .*tour husband Ina domestic man, initial ," engraved on back with fob
wd--me -e be. "" w --afterL.- pri"""at i-nr, terests.. for sty sake remain home evenings in shape of baggage check, with "Flkr- Il
ig--- *I- i, l r- "- withhm, and don't insit upon keeping Ida State Troops, 1906," on check.
E aLea L e11 up too may social duties. Romemoer Parties finding same will be suitalbly
Cre t Uek with ht d- tat we women are all vain more or rewarded by return iname to G. E1
A re n It sta rIn center w ith eil sow but do control yourtf I this re- McGriff at som a office, e ftol.
i "a beh yoAaIduttoe.- i
i wIN^ he& L *l S twe and do not 1.1etyour vanity Inter or at his resident eW IT "
hav~ng sa e at this offlee. Many women especiall~ythose of mod.
i J- erate sasa ~emwt themiwelves eome ZIUJ I nA u
'W WTaenls e, an w fd sl M .ovenlA whS at omes sad- R ml--1SI


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awards. Son &Co.,

City Market,

talls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.
Keep in stock at all times,
I kinds of Fresh Meats,
vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
d cleanest the market af-
rds call us by phone, 169,
visit our stalls in the
market.


C. C. WILlIAMS.
GiNEAlAL AGINT.
AIRKS, *- PLOIOA.

Paw ub 1 nml at k2i


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THE STATE SAVIN


IMPOVDPC SAVINGS -
Don't you want to start a baok *asomt Would'at you rthae epef inMe
proved pocket savisn banks to help yo to wave our ncka ais sa de ts? .i -n
you eas thalfa dollar or mna el ItIsof a s elson ameio to a i b te
or a ladaes be It I always ready to you reselt the temptatie to spa. w .
want an account with evy.body in this vskiuty.
We furnish one of taahese bank free to everyone who will deposit pn- to
open an eeunt with uas within thirty days hfrn reept of bank. These ia e to *se
loekel and 6 am only be opened by us.
You would b surprised to know bow mubh money you camn are ha v years by tak a
of your mall change and depositng i a sav ban .k..
It is not wise to sav money n bykpagftn the house, boeam there e d s & r f loa MP
thieves and fire, and besides It is not making an g. But pla it with us and it sla eg a
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all ofO Do and upwards. Intet a
first day of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savrs will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 8 per emau interest.
Am't deported. Interest earned. Total am't
e per day for 5 year................------- $1...............------------$11.14 ....................6-.m 4
20c per day for 6 years ...... 8 00----. ------..---- .......... 2.28......-- ---------...-.. --
265c per day for 5 years.----...--------... 1.--.............--27.8.................... 419.10
0e per dayfor years. .---------....... 4M... ............--------------38.42----------.................----- 509
50c perday for6 years ......... 7.....-.......----------..... 6.70-..--.....---.........--...-. 88
1e per day for 5 years --....-.....----------. 1,56.00....------------........111.40--------------...................1,40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$360,821.19
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


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STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


C. to LWIS, VIC.PRwbLsAt.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIMn.


Ow Prkes Won't Make Your Money
FLY.
TULLY YAE6I R CO.
Dealers Is

Live and Rolling

Stock
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST
MARK. VIZ:
BVUGGIS $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00land up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.


PHONE 15.


P. 0. Box 338.


Tallahassee, Fla. ,


GULF COAST


RESORTS


DAILY EXCURSIONS VIA
GA., FLA. & ALA. RWY.
ROUND TRIP RATFS FROM
ALL POINTS.
Tickets on Sale Daily with
Final Limit 16 and 90 bays.
Also very low Round Trip
Rates selling Saturdays, with
final limit Mondays.


SPECIAL SUNDAY
CURSION RATES.


EX-


The G. F. & A. offers the
Steamer lola for parties de-
siring to charter for one or
two days' trips to the


RED SNAPPER


BANKS.


A delightful trip out in
the Gulf.
For Rates and other Information
write to:
J. H. McWILLIAMNS, 0. P. A.
Bainbridge, (Ga
F, P. WOODWARD, T. P. A.
Tallahassee. Fla.
Waaes
A ob with a turpatlae firm. My ex-
parne m ,i run turpeatine ust nve
wood rid feaour maspe, im-
S tadit two year9. ivar a


Fekrth bead, Tallaaasse District.
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit, Oct. 6, 7; at Bristol.
Blue Creek Circuit, Oct. 13, 14; at
Blue Creek.
Gadsden Circuit, Oct. 20, 21; at Mt.
Pleasant.
Concord Circuit, Oct. 27, 28; at Salem.
Waukeenah Circuit, Oct. 31; at Thom-
as City.
Madison Circuit, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
wall.
Old Town Mission, Nov. 7; at Old
Town.
West Madison Circuit, Nov. 10, 11;
at Cherry Lake.
Madison, Nov. 11, at 8 p. m.; quar-
terly conference Monday.
Monticello, Nov. 14.
Porr and Taylor Missions, Nov. 17,
Midway Crcuit, Nov. 24, 26; at Bethel.
Qui uy, Nov. 28.
Mayo Circuit, Dec. 1, 2: at Mayo.
Aucilla, i)ec. 4; at Greenville.
Leon Circuit, Dec. 8, 9; at Chaires.
Tallahaesse, Dec. 9; quarterly con-
ference Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
Written reports will be called for on
this round from the women's missionary
societies and from trustees of church
property.
J. EDGAR WILSON,
Tallahassee, Fla. Presiding Eider.
Hambersbip Newt Le*slates.
NTATE SENATE.
District 1 -Thos. F. West. Milton.
2 John 8. Beard, Pensacola.
:3 John Neel, Westville.
4-Theop. West, Marianna.
5-A. J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6-James E. Broome, Quincy.
7 Park M. Trammell, Lakeland.
14--John W. Hnderson, Tallahasee.
9- W. K. Jaekson, Inverness.
10 C. L. lIgett, Greenville.
11-James 7. Crane, Tampa.
12--Al. Winbur, Mallory.
13 -F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14 F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-- J. B. Crews Lake Butler.
16-- "homas 8. Davis, Fernandina.
17 .. K. Nwlan, Live Oak.
IN I. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19 -ouis C. M assy, Orlando.
20- ,. H. Baker, Orange Home.
21 N. K. Carter Levyville.
22-W. M. Girardeau, Monticello.
23 I. N. With*u. Ladylake.
24 W. Hunt Harris, Key West.
25 8SW.W. Clark, Blountatown.
26 E. 8. Crill, Palatka.
27 .os. H. Humphreys, Bradentown.
28 Vrank W. Sma New Smyrna.
29 S. E. Canova, 8anderson.
.-0 Frank Adams, Jasper.
31 *ewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
.2 H. H. McCramrv. Gainesville.
HOIIus OF RBPRmUNTATIVEM.


Alachua -T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd
I,. Carter, Gainesville.
Baker-L. C Cobb Olustee;
Bradford-E. 8. atthews, Starke;
1! C. Peples, Dukes.
Brovard- Wade H, Jones, Tituaville.
Calhoun A. Max Wilson Blounts-
town.
Citrus J. W. Knight, Floral City.
Clay J. B. Lonw, Green Cove Sprinp
Columbia- M &. Kniht, Lake City;
II I.. Avant. Fort White.
Dado-John W. Watson, Miami.
DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
Duval- -I. L Farris and H. Mel-
ton Jacksonville.
-ieambta -Chaa. M. Coston, PeIns-
icoa; M. 0. Bagett. McDavid.
Torankllna--J. C. Grigg., Apalehi-

m Jomrhn dsaw, iJneinlgs;
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Holmea-D. J. Paul Bonifay.
Jackson-Ed. Williams, Graceville;
H C. Noel, Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
J. D. Thompson, Lloyds.
Lafayette-D. G. Geiger Mayo.
Lake-8. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S. F.
Smith, Leosburg.
Lee- -F. J. Wilson, Buckingham.
Leon -A. Wells and Gilbert Harts-
field, Tallahassee.
Levy J. N. Willis, Williston.
Liberty-Skdneoy D. Johnson Bristol.
Madion-- R.I HRowe, Madison; R.
L. Millinor, Ellaville.
Manatee-John A. Graham, Braden-
town.
Marion-E. L Wartman, Citra; Geo.
G. Matthews, Oeala.
Munroe--C. L. Knowles and W. H.
Malone, Jr., Key Weat.
Nassau--. A. Oilvie, Callahan; Ju.
E. Colkins, Femrandina.
Orlgle-G. W. Crawford, Conway;
B. C. Abermthy, Orlando.
Oceola -A. E. DonaI, Kisaimmee.
Pasco R. J. MeCu Dade City.
Polk-W. J. Durrmae, Fort Mead; H.
W. Snell, Winterhaven.
Putnam-H. A. McKenzie, Palatka;
W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell, Bagdad;
A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matanzas;
W. A. McWilliams St. Auguatine.
St. Lucia-- Claude F. Olmstead, Ft.
Pierce.
Sumter--W. C. G. Kilgor, Wildwood.
Suwanneea-W. R. Dorman, Live Oak;
W. H. McClellan Welborn.
Taylor--T. J. Paulkner, Parry.
Volusia- Wm. S. Parkinson, Daytona;
D. F. Morrison, Barberville.
Wakulla -S. P. Roddenberry. Sop-
S Lfton-J. H. Rlhburg, Laurel Hill.
Washington-W. B. Lassiter, Vernon.
Mr. J. R. Alford left Tuesday to at-
tend the Georgia Technical College at
Atlanta.
We are pleased to ase Mr. Robert
Phillips, of the firm of Phillie & Simp-
son, on the streets Main, after a ert-
ous illness of several w seaa.

eqw o1Edmewam *^.8 110 s io "01


MILLINERY
,and
FANCY GOODS.


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


149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahaaee, Florida.
I Ii
Il


P. T. NICHOLSON,
STime Mony p*TtOW4at Jewelry
Store th City. . .

LATEST FADS AND FANCIES IN
NETHERSOLE BRACELETS
sad EXQUISITE JEWELRY for particddr people.
No. 75 South Munroe Street.


COME DOWN


and take a look at our caveyancos mad
you will readily s the advantage of
hiring tams from u. If you're ot
accustomed to much driving, na doubt
our prices will strike you an belag
smalL Do no harm to ask them any-
how.


Old:= CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
J. P. S. Housroux, Pop.
Pbones 79 and S.

COME TO DAY TO PRINGLE'S
CLOSING OUT SALE.
You get your goods at prime ast, vis: Fancy ad Staple Groserle, Wod
and Willow Ware, TinwaMe, Tomeeos and Cigars. A mis Ibm of tore Fix.
turo, 1 Safe 1 Refriarator, l1 Coffe MilS, 6 Show Cuame 1 Caoh "ReIter,
1 Pindar Pareher, 1 Soda Water Fount, 4 P Scale and 1 Broom k.
All of above article at prime cot except tures, on which I wil alow a
liberal discount. Some of my price as an idaes:
Full aie Ball Potash .............. 6e----------- Half sie Ball Potash ------...... ..... -----
Kerosene Oil, 5 gallons for----....--. 75c Apple and Wine Vinegar, per gal.. e
Oat Meal, Zest and Shreddad Wheat at and below east.
Do not delay, but come now.
\ J. L. P RTN GL


SDo You Want a Horse or Mule?


CALL ON


S. J. Do CAY,


* *


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 BO
car loadof a handsome B U lG IES
as was ever brought to Tallhabmee which I wl
sell to my friends on favorable terus.
I carry a line of single and double har .


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Begin to fall its time to turn your thoughts o
your Clothing for Autumn and Winter and
you will make no mistake when you turn your
footsteps to DUVAL'S CASH STORE and get


vMr.W. A4.W UI'ItodVo"re wa
S filtered at the Le Hotel on-
day. .
Mr. K. M. Miller, with L. C. Yaeger,
,penteve Owldays at Cairo, Ga.. re-
;;; turning M day.Tus
/ Mli Minnie Alford left Tuesady for
S lctour, (W, to attend "Agnes Scott
at that plate.
Mr. J. H. Thompson, editor of the
Gadeden County Times of Quincy, paid
a visit to this city Sunday.
Mite Fannie Wilson is home again,
after a pleasant visit to friends at
Lynebburt, 8. C., and other points.
The True Democrat stands for the
best of everything for Tallahassee and
S Leon county. Help us make a consis-
tent fight to that end.
Hh. Pred. T. Myers returned Mon.
/ day ftom a trip to Chicago. He leaves
hil wife and eon in Atlanta, where they
will be for some days.
Mr. Frank Gammon stopped over in
Talihassee for a day and left Wednes-
day for Gainesville, where he will enter
S the university.
Mr. Howard Gamble and family re-
turned to their Tallahassee home from
St. Teresa Monday. Major Gamble is
improving since coming home.
Now is a splendid season to plant
Rutabagas and L. C. Yaeger has good,
fresh seed. 31tf
Miss Sallie Lee Nicholson, the charm-
ing sister of Mr. P. T. Nicholson re-
turned home Tuesday, after a delight-
ful stay with Miss Pearl MeCord.
"HaIanan" d Q0a een Qualiy" Shoes
are now leading the tde. They may
be obtained from Bum A Co., who are
exehludsive arnta in Talahasee. -1t
Mrs. J. T. Bradford and family have
returned from St. Teresa.
Macey sectional bookcases are with-
outa peer. J. W. Corbett. 81
Mr. J. L. McFarlin from Quincy was
in the city last Friday.
Judge C. B. Parkhill and wife have
returned to Tallahassee after an ex-
tended trip in the north.
MW.Geme Lewis, with daughter,
have returned from St. Teresa, and re-
port fishing excellent.
Mr. W. A. Cheek left Monday for
Niagars Falls, where he will visit for
about four weeks, returning via Ash*-
villo, N. C., thence to Tallahassee.
Mr. 0. E. Proctor, cashier for the
Seaboard Air Line of this city, spent
several days this week with home folks
at FPernandina.
Miss Jessie Merinniss has purchased
the residence of 8. P. Rosear, and after
remodeling, the house will be occupied
by Mrs. C.A. Shoemaker and family.
We are pleased to note that the work
on the Governor's mansion is progres-
ing rapidly under the trained eye of
Contractor Parker.
Mr. J. B. Clemmens, of Havana,
Fla. now with Wileon Bros., has moved
his family to this city where they will
reside.
Wet weather--wet feet-Shoes re-
paired-Flipper, on Clinton street. 2t
Mr. Howard Gamble and family re-
turned Monday from St. Teresa, where
they have spent the summer.
This Is Jut the season to plant Ruts-
ga amd6 L. C. Yaeger ha good
4 fresh seed 8Uf
The rains and insects have cut the
cotton arop in this section half in two,
so the farmers say, and it is, and has
been, a bad season for saving hay.
Hon. A. 8. Wells this week sold his
fine saddle horse "Maxey" to Capt.
R. B. Lutterloh, who had him shipped
to his brother Herbert at Fayettevfile,
N. C., t a present. The pricepaid i
said to be near $400.
Mr. Henry L Ianig left Thursday for
Atlsata to study pharmacy at the
Southern College of Pharmacy in that
city.
Hon. Fred T. Myera and wife and
Blount have returned home after a
pleaant visit to Chicago, where Selim
oldsa splendid position with one of
the hauge system of railroads, with
headquarters there.
Statistles estimate that twento-two
acres of land are necessary to sustain
one man on flsh meat. The same
space of lad if devoted to wheat eul-
t u wed feed 48 people; if to oat,.
S; potatoes, Indies corn ad rice 176;
sad if to the plantain or banana, over
a gg peple.-Gatneavie Sea.
SThe Celmrd Normal and ladustrial
ad LiUseeb Graded sad 1g Schools

I te white will start of


fitted up in one of our new, stylish and per-
fect fitting


their manufacture and every


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Mr. A. D. Zachary went to Lanark
with his family to be gone several days.
Miss May Poage has returned from a
delightful visit with friends in Georgia.
Mr. J. W. Callahan, of Bainbridge,
was registered at the Leon Hotel Tues-
day.
Mrs. J. E. Yonge and children are
home, after spending the summer at
St. Teresa.
"Champion" or "Sylph?" Enough
said. T. H. Randolph & Son. 26-1m
Miss Nellie May Harbie and Miss
McNeill, of Greenville, who were the
charming guests of Mrs. D. R. Cox, re-
turned Saturday.
Dr. R. A. Shine and wife have return-
ed from a stay at St. Tereta, and are
now located at Capt. Shines, on North
Calhoun street.
Mr. Frank E. Cramer left home for
DeLend, Fla. the 24th instaait to re-
sume his studies in the John B. Stetson
University, the fall term of which be-
gins on the 26th inst.
Messrs. Mickler and Perkins have just
received a shipment of new machinery,
including gasolene engine and equip-
ment to run an up-to-date grist mill.
Also machinery for their cream separa-
tor on.the dairy farm.
A matter of time and you must use
one or the other, "Champion" or
"Sylph" Flour. T. H. Randolph & Son.
The many friends of Jim Williams
will be pleased to learn that he has
paed the preparatory examination at
the Georgia School of Pharmacy at Ma-
con. Mr. Williams will go before the
board of final examination sometime in
December.
Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Miss Lula Isbell of We-
wahitchka, to Mr. J. B. Hunter, which
will take place in Wewnhitchka on Oc-
tober 11th. Miss Lula I bell has been a
popular visitor to the Capital City on
several occasions, and her marriage will
be of more than casual interest to her
many friends here.
Messrs. Mickler and Perkins report
that next year they propose to plant 6
acres of their land in tobacco. There
are numerous reports abroad that many
more of our enterprising citizens pro-
pose raising tobacco next year. and it
Is hoped that none of them will be dis-
uaded from this purpose. There is
money in tobacco.
Remember it's the staff of life-
Bread-so buy the best, "Champion" or
"Sylph." T. H. Randolph A Son. 2-
G. I. S. Watt, with the Cable Com-
pany of Jacksonville, was in the city
Saturday on business.
Dr. James H. Randolph was on a visit
to his family and hosts of friends her"
this week and returned to his duties at
asylum today, accompanied by his wife
and child. While in the city he made
The True Democrat a pleasant visit.
Judge R. A. Whitfield returned home
Tueay after a visit to North Carolina,
and his hosts of Tallahassee and Leon
county friends are pleased that he is so
much improved in hlIth. The Judge
has suffered from rheumatism for sev-
eral months.
A fine 10-pound baby irl recently
arrived at the home of Ron. Daws on
Boatwright, now regitering his tenth
child, alof whom, we are informed,
are living.
HeI E. C. Smith was in the city
Tuesday aad made us avery
m alt vit. He is deeply interete
gvi better road in Lians county,.
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guarded to insure the wearer a thoroughly
reliable suit at a reasonable cost.
THE LABLE IS A GUARANTEE
OF SATISFACTION.
We have them in Black and Fancies from
$ 15.00 to $25.00.


Duval Bros.' Cash Store.

S22222T22^


Public Receptieon at Flera Female
Cello&.
In his talk at the opening exercises
of the college Presaident Mu ree sta-
ted that this evening at 8 o'locka pub-
lic reception would be given to the stu-
dents in the west hall, on the college
Froundsa. All persons are invited and it
is hoped that the attendance will be
large.

Anyone who has noticed that fine
photo enlargement of the late Harry
Hartt has perhaps wondered who
was the artist, and we wish to state
that the work was performed by the
skilled hand of Mr. A. S. Harper,
whoe work aa photographer has made
for him a reputation that is hard to
equal anywhere in Florida.
erwona who have had any photo-
graphic work done by this gentleman
wil bear out our statement. There is
none better in the South and few equals
anywhere else.
Mrs. B. C. Lewis and daughters have
returned from St. Teresa, where they
spent the summer.
Mrs. George W. Saxon and daughters
are expected to return home today,
after a most pleasant summer outing.
Mr. Dexter M. Lowry. manager of
the Florida Cotton Oil mill, is now oc-
cupying the former residence of Mr.
W. A.Rawls, on East Park avenue.
Mr. L. C. Yaeger and wife and child-
ren returned Wednesday from an ex-
tended trip throughout the north and
Canada. Mr. Yaeger reports a splen-
did trip, but happy to be home again.
The world famous "Hanan" and
"Queen Quality" Shoes carried in all
styles, styles and shapes by Burns &
Co., exclusive agents for the city. 81
Mr. W. R. Wilson is among the pro-
greaslve merchants of the city. Mr.
Wilson is improving his store front with
a good cost of paint.
"Axeman, spare the trees." Talla-
hassee has not one too many, and our
beautiful shade trees are admired by
everyone who comes and goes from the
capital city.
Every requirement in the line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods can be filled
by Burns & Co., Haberdashers, East
Park avenue and Munro streets. 81
Mr. Edgar Bowen, precription clerk
with Mathews & NMely, druggists
Bainbridge, pent Wednesday and
Thursday in this city with home folks.
Mr. Elmer R. Smith, professor at the
college, has returned from Tennessee
bringing with him a bride. We extend
to Mr. and-Mrs. Smith every wish for
a long and delightful trip on life's sea
of matrimony.
Miss Barclay, a graduate of the Iowa
Agricultural College of Ames, Ia., and
of the University of Chicago, will as-
sume the duties of teacher in Domestic
Art and Science, at the Florida Female
College, to fill the vacawncy created by
the resignation of Mia Jones.
The fall line of Hats, Cape and Shoes
carried by Burns & Co. is ample to suit
every taste and requirement, and prices
are reasonable. 31
United States Commissioner J. J.
Hodges and Mrs. Hodges will leave Tal-
lahasee next week, via te Clyde line,
for New York. They are going North
for a brief outing, a etesibly to
meet their son, Ron. W. C. Hodges,
when he arrives in New York on his
return from Europe and the far East.
Stewr Costs, Cravemttes Umabrel.
ae and Ovrshoes giv the required
protestion to health for the teacher and
nm ke, and are n ded 6Va e
Burns A C;. are re el
to suply every deine at pales to
suit Give them a a&L. 8


New D Isdam.
Messrs. Adkinson & Cox, the enter.
uprising blacksmiths on East Call street,
have purchased the shop and good will
of D. W. Syfrett, and propose moving
their establishment to the place now
occupied by Mr. Syfrett in the rear of
the Captal City livery stables.
Mr. nrett will engage in other bus.
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NAME OF OWNER.


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feet. thence east 17 feet. thene south
41 feet. thence west 117 tet to plae o
b oinning ........................
Part ofTClot NWA doserleda fol-
lows. einnln ast a Mat N feet waet
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west 41 f et thwen nmrth 1l6f Inch.
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feet aid 5 inches to plase of nln.. ...
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W.Cramer,
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a los-Utwy WeM id- been tMe ower
Staen ofthouands of huantesn, trap
n, soldiers explorWrs, amoat
from Pike's Utn onward, and w he( for
year ha4 bn used as a ptoa ground
for cattle without any one dreamfni
that under his feet was the richest gold
field for its dimensions on the globe, ex-
cept the Rand, in South Africa, Robset
Womack, a cowboy made the discovery
which registered itself as Crinple Creek.
For the past ten years Colorado has
led California, and has furnished more
gold annually than any other community
in the United States. The supremacy
has been due to "Bob" Womack,s dis-
covery. In its fifteen and a half years
Crippie Creek has contributed $175,000.
000 to the world's gold stock. Its $19,-
000,000 output in 1905 would have payed
the price which Jefferson gave Bona-
parte for the twelve states comprising
the Louisana province, and would in
addition, would have paid the cost of
Lewis and Clark's and of Pike's explor-
ation of that territory. Cripple Creek
produced more gold in the rst eight
months of 1906 than the entire world
did in the entire year 1W6. Here is
where Pike's personality tuches the
particular stream of destiny that put
'olorado ongthe world's man, While
he was a prisoner among the Spaniaadm
at Sante Fe in 1807, Pike met James
Pursley, an American trapper and ad-
venturer, whom peril from the Indian
and the rigors of the wilderness drove
into that town shortly before Pike
reached it, and who remained there for
year. "He assured me," says Pike
In his Journal, "that he had found gold
on La Platte, and had carried some of
virgin mineral in his shot pouch for
months He had imprudently mention-
ed it to the Spaniards, who had fre-
quently solicited him to lead a detach.
ment of cavalry to the place; but, con-
ceiving it to be our territory, he re-
fused. Here, indeed, was a revelation
which entitles Puraley to a place in Col
orado's annals. Moreover, we can well
imagine that Pike strengthened his
countrymen in determination to keep
his secret to himself. If Pursley had
led the Spaniards to South Park, which
was the part of Colorado called 'La
Platte" by Pike, where he had found
the gold, the riches of the Pike'q Peak
and Cripple Creek region might possibly
have gone to another race than the one
which obtained them many decades la-
ter. Spain's territory onward to Ne-
vada and California might have been
prospected, her hold on ft strengthened
and the later history of the United
States changed.-Review of Reviews.

General Robert I. Lee


was the greatest General the world has
ever known. Ballard's Snow Liniment
is the greatest Liniment. Quicklycures
all pains. It is within the reach of all.
T. H. Pointer, Hempetea#i, Texas,
writes: "This is to certify that Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment has been used in
my household for years and has been
found to be an excellent Liniment for
rheumatic pains. I am never without
it." Sold by all druggists.
Didn't Get His Dollar.


Says the Live Oak Democrat: Kansas
is normally Republican, but there is one
(1. 0. P. editor out there who has a'
last seen the light and has made up his
mind to kick. If he ia properly nursed
he will vote for Bryan next time, and.
as his kick strikingly illustrates the il-
limitable gall of the Republican party
in its present attitude towards its own
membership, the kick of this Kansas
editor will probably be widely fel.
throughout the country, and it makes
one of the neatest little Democratic ar-
guments for popular use that we have
seen. The Republican national cam-
paign committee is now soliciting a
small contribution of only one little dol-
lar, sir, from each member of the party
to pay campaign expense, and when
Chairman Sherman wrote to the Kan-
sas editor for his dollar he got the fol.
lowing reply, which ought to go into
every Democratic paper in America:
"We have been invited to send a dol-
lar contribution to the Republican cam-
paign fund that Is being raised by pop-
ular subscription and to which President
Rooeevelt recently subscribed. We
would like to have our dollar in such
select company, all right, but we've
done all the contributing we intend to
this year.
"We recently have completed build-
ing a house at a cost of something over
$4,000, and for every foot of lumber,
every pane of glasm, every sack of ce-
ment, every pound of nails, and, in
fact, for nearly every bit of material
that went into it we made a good lib-
eral contribution through the trusts
that control them. and we gueCs we
have done our share.
"It may be tremon for a RepubUcan
newa to talk this way bt faets
ar and it sort of rat v owr
eonscnlece to tell the troth habt the
trus eme in a while We' Just let
the svel trusts to whih we havIe had
to pay sl trit to th e pt
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CONTRACTORS AND


Mall and Pa- Frmight
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Dily. only. Sunday.
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HARDWARE
Doors, ash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experience of 86 years.in the Bnildib
Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarante,
and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of


PLUMBING.


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


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Print and Prosper I


See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I

Everything New and Up-to-date in Machinery and Type, the Beest
Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Beet Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Beest results.
Try us.
All Work promptly done whei promised. We over disauppelot ys.

COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Telephone B.. ia,
CALL PHONE; SEE AND OBf US.
W""" E"'"""


The new Laxative
that doef ot gripe
or nausaate.
Pleasant to tale.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHlEELWHRIGT and BLACKSMITH.


' General Repair
Horse Shoeing by
pert who has had
of experience. *


Shop.
an ex-
years
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"a 4 portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran,
teed.


Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BEST and

I&HEBPES7S
rCan be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

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



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Cures
Stomach and Liver
trouble and
Chronic Constipation.


SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
-FOR-
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH RICHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
- NEW YORK. - -

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers. Stateroom and Observation
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington, leaving St. Au stine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.


Operating


For full


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ONLY LINE
Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.


information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write
MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. Passenger Agent.


JACKSONVILLE,


FLORIDA.


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And see what we have now on Sale


a* who
wr* Sog Is the ~ard s who
.ead0 for lawlke -tdos..
Swee so., of esu who weos
Sbeomse a the wlayin which
womes of this county had recent-
reted o negro briutes. It is
t by all wosaw the mob that
majority of those in it were
It was Saturdayy night sad the
l there week's wge andM a few
~tarted in for a night of
and this wasu all
w done for neatrl two hours.
w disorder was at the corner of
sad Decastr streets, when some
the youths attacked a negro bicycle
The police had, to rescue
From that time on the mob
nefgroes along Decatur and Pryor
and Central avenue until the
.department j rodued an artifiei
Me storm The mob at that time num-
S w m2,000. It was believed that the
'Mob had dispersed and that all further
Wger of a serious outbreak was past.
MeI R came the trolley car with negro
pesengers and the ral danger of the
maght was at hand. When the attacks
,e the street car were made other men
Wed the mob men who were actus-
by the feelfg for the race to which
S ed the negro brutes. It is be-
'' yeby the pole that the men who
boarded the trolley cars and attacked
S.o fn o had not up to that time
lad any connetion with themob. They
were Ihuriated by the sight of negro
men riding with white women. From
that time on the whole complexion of
the mob changed and the polio e had an
'-AdM ent and a situation to deal with
oneh had not before confronted them.
Moneo readised this more than Chief Jeon-
r. He leaped upon the first car
the mob raided and had a hand to
bnd fight with the mob who were try-
at to kill the neo men. The mob
em numbered Ta ot 3,00. -Atlanta
The work of the Atlanta mob is not
to be justiied. for it was blind cruel
and ml dinating, wantonly killing
innocent and inoffensive negroes, and
doubtieit has added new dflfculties
to the problem it set out to solve. But
baek of the mob and the blood and the
murder stands one terrible fact from
which public attention is not to be di-
vted, even by the brief reign of an-
archy in the streets of Atlanta, and
that is that the inciting cause to all the
trouble is the black devil of lust and
crime who is making even their own
homes unsafe for the women of the
South. Until this monster is destroyed,
the uncontrollable rage of the whites
will continue to find expression in the
rage of the mob, and, as n Atlanta, the
Innocent may suffer cruelly for the
crime of the guilty. The chief lesson
in it all is for the negroes themselves-
the peaceful and law-abkiding negroes-
to learn and that is that when these
criminal assaults on white women oe-
cur their plain duty is to join heart and
soul with the whites in running down
and capturing the guilty fiend. And,
even though the mob strings him up
without legal trial, the neroes thus
cooperating with the white have given
conclusive testimony that their sympa-
thies are against the criminal, and thus
their race is saved from the odium
which their sullen and passive conduct
in such cases thus far has placed upon
it. The negro who refuses to assist in
the capture of a rape fiend is guilty
o1 lyin ess de ree with him who know-
j1thly gives refuge to the scoundrel, and
te fierce racial resentment which is so
rapidly mastering the South is due for
the most part to this policy among the
negroes generally of refusing to join in
the work of running down the crimi-
nals. As long as theydo this their race
will suffer for the sins of a few, and
ust as soon as they reverse this sense-
emstand dangerous policy race resent-
ment will begin to subside, and not be-
fore.-Live Oak Democrat.
s Sale.
My farm just outside the city on the
west. Eighty-five acres good land;
good five-room residence; plank and
wire fencing; city water; telephone;
good barn. Admirably adapted for
poultry, stock, truck or tobacco.
A. L. WOODWARD.
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tR. A. SEBMlE Aunrtrr.
Tallahassee. Vna., Sept. 6Ihs.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.'
To the Sheriff of Leon County, of the State of
Florida:
Be it known that H. Cla Crawford. Seer.-
tary of State of tate ord do hereby
Setioe that a Geneoral Eleto willebeheld in
Con ty State of Florida. Oa Tuesday next
di-ee M rst Mondayo Nroembe, A. D.
Shame t ay the Sixth Day of
Knyapber.
Or Otepreasetative of the o rd Congree
onal ie Itrtof Florae in the Sixtieth Congress
United States.
S Two Justices of the Supreme Court of the
JStt of FloDrida.
For Two Railroad Commssioners for the State
of Florida.
Fr One State Seator fot 8th Senatorial Die-
iet of the State of Florida.
For Two Members of the HofU of Repreoenta-
tivee of the State of Florida.
For County Ass eor of Taxe.
For Tax Collector.
For C tm toheOr.
For Threeo Mehbes of the County Board of
Public Instruction.
For Justlee of the Peac* in and for the follow-
Ingr Justl mDistrics, vid:
Nos. d3 4 o7. 8T. 10. 12.
For Constable in and for the following Justice
Districts. via:
Nos. 8, 4. 10,. 11. It.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the great Seal of the
[L. 8] State of Florida. at Tallahasee. the Capi-
tal. this the first day of September. A..
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
Secretary of State.
To CHARLES HOPKINS. Sheriff Leon County.
Netice to Pr erty Ow ers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
City Council of the ity of Tallahasee. Flor.-
Ida. will meet a Board of quallastion at the
Council Chamber. City Hall, on Thursday, the
U6thdayofOctober.A. D. 19, at 7.Mp. i..and
any peron or persons. ri, oation or or-
porations wsbn to appear before said City Coun-
cil. sitting asa e board of EqualiatioIn re-
tion to the valuation of their property for asmes-
went purpose for the year A. D. 16 will govern
themselvee acrdingly Menrros. Jr.
President City Council.
Attest:
ALXANDSa H. WsLUA&rS
direction of the CItA Council.
VTalthaese Fla., Sept. U. 1W. 9.-3OS-t
"Champion" or "Sylph." We buy
direct from the mills.
26-1m T. H. Randolph & Son.


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In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
A t Pnid to Set. ist,1NO...

Attesto H.T, lPsLausza
Clerk Cir.cut Court. Low County Florida. gept.
1st. 16L
In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Leon County-In Chancery.
Thomas 8, Hu mhrees, ComplanPat vs. Katie J.
MIumpumres, _Dfiri.
The opaat in tia ee Ii made an
Bled herein a affidavit in which statest it to be
his belief that the defendant. Kade J. Humphres.
is a resident of the United State sad of the State
of T ida tt of hasa bor absent from the
*ai1 Stat ef ltri~ for mo than sl xtI d
net presmeding the 3st dayofAurust. A. D. I-
the date of his appliestim for this order, and that
there is o peon in the Stateof Florida the
Servi seof a o aup l bind amid
defendant; d tht MId t is over ti
a of tweaty-oe yeas.
Court, that the said aedant. ae .Um-
phre do pear to the I emof eilalat in the
aboe etitled ma BMn ,thet6mtday f
October. A. D. 16, and t order be pul-
lihed in the Weekly True Danserat. a newspaper
published in the city of Tallahaeese. oem a week
for four consecutive weeks.
Done and ordered this the lilt day of August.
A. D. I901
true cop~y. Attest:
=Ea0L] HENRY T. FELKEL.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. oama County. Florida.
SPECIAL TAX h I" T Am 9nU
NOTICE" IS HRBY, GIVY N THAT IT I8
the intention of the City Council of the city
of Tallahasee,, Florida. to pas an ordinance on
the fth day of October. A. D. 1S, providing for
the levy of a special tax of three and one-half
mills, for water and Are proteetoea, upon the tax.
able property within the rporate lImltof the
city of Tallaha hee. Floridaf,.r the year A. D.
lIa. W. M. Olwrosu. Jr..
Predent City Counoll
Attest:
ALSXANDBa H. WILLIA.s ,k
By direction of the City CoumiL
Tallahassee. a., Sept. S, 16 11-4t6-t
To w be It Na t SeesM.
Notice is hereby given that I have bn iven
power of attorney to ast for M. A. M. Lee. to
Canbher late husband.
All persnaavuwi calaims the late A. M.
debated to him are requested to le ab e i-immi
a that aell ehmattes -MA mkbe a4
Agt with Power o Atterm. fo Ar M A. .L
Tallahassee. a., August 1. ISO. -*
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