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A New York dispatch of October 27
adoption by the poitualpartles
=p t eampigeof the beibraph
Ito imbue voter wth
p attic athuel .L This step ap-
p~aawbaovrof comedy was previ-
alaek m mthecaip S. IUam
R. eartrst 401"S to thi" devie*
by talky i sto a pbonograph andOpos-
I before a biograph machine. This
og by bb manager to be such
b y that theHh
fa t noelty t a the Hughe
avasiga mana e, decided to follow
suait a for the last week eore of
oet-tail speakers of both sides, chosen
THE PROPOSED DRAINAGE
LAST WORD TO THE VOTERS.
Two Ways to View thi Anendm t As Appled to the Whole State, and a Appbed
to the Evwglwdes Only. Plably Stated ReMnus for its Rjecto.
As Applied to the Whole State
Reasons why you should vote against
with a ew to the volume of their 1. Because it gives the drainage com-
voiees, have been shouting day after missioners the tremendous, dangerous
day Into po ph cylWders which and unprecedented power to tax any
I been distributed throughout the part of the State they please for so.
for the delectation and education called drainage purposes.
of the rural voters who will cast the The amendment proposes to give to
desding ballots up the State. When five men the enormous power to create
the nr announcement of the adoption drainage districts "as in the judgment
of the phonograph by the Hearst lead- of said Board of Drainage Commission-
era same, it was suggested that the su- ers is deemed advisable to drain and re-
periority of the pooraph speech claim the swamp and overflowed lands
over the first hand oration hot from within the State of Florida, or such
t o e f the spellbinder ay in the parts or portions thereof as is deemed
ity of the machine from defeat best by said Board of Drainas Cons-
aIn oAtroversy. However true this ob- missioners, from time to time.
arvation may be, it applies to one side This is a vast and most dangerous
as wen as to the other. The next de- power, and neither the Legislature nor
velpe t we may look for is the or- the courts can modify, limit or control
ganiatlon of the Political Cart-Tail it. Under this amendment thedrainag
Orator Mutual Protective Association, commissioners have the right to drain
with the Hon. Bourke Cochran as pres- and reclaim swamp and overflowed
ident. lands wherever in Florida such lands
~Ame gTeam Deexist. The drainage commissioners are
Anestoer &W5 Teaoc L the sole judges of what kind of lands
Mr. J. A. MeDermit. a prospmrous are swamp and overflowed. No Idl-
tobacco grower of Gadaden county, has vidual owner can object. The power of
purchased a one-half Interest in a tract the drainage commissioners isareme.
of lad comprsing 100 acres, owned Even the courts are powerless If your
y M H.ey eJohnston, and theN two lands aren dry nder, they can be
genemen will raise tobacco, planting included in a drainage district and
for the first rop between fifteen and t taxed 10 cents an acre to drain swamp
twenty ae of shade grown. Mr lands miles away. And you would er-
MeDermit has purchased a fine lot of tainly have to pay the tax if the amend-
stock from which to start the plants, meant is adopted. The amendment gives
and they expect to raie an excellent the drainage commiomer sthe powea
rop of tobacco. In connection with to create drainage district alley over the
another article In this paper native a o to State. Thisa power is not confined to
a d&el whereby Leon county has the Everglade oral auid count try.
curved soherpgooal toba eda ndtheyr e isnot a w rd abouttmie av.
through the eors If Mr. A o oma- rgpd oin the amendment The oain-
696."s I= .:= mo: "?: h p e no Tde
sOB. Mr. Johnson was one of the first age commissioners can create drainage
men to start experiments on tobacco districts wherever they plea, and tax
growing In this county years ago. He farm, plantations orange groves, tim.
spent a great deal of money and labor ber lan and p any lands they select, to
on his experiments. which were a suc- drain what they choose to call swamp
ca. but, owing to the fact that he re- or overflowed lands. If your lands are
ceIved little or no inducements or en- taxed 10 cents an acre, the fact that
couragement from other parties around they are high and dry and miles from
here, the matter finally dragged along the lands to be drained and would make
until it was almost lost to view, but no difference. The amendment gives
now that matters have taken a turn for the power to fix the boundaries of the
the better, since warehouses are to be drainage districts, and if your farm or
built to take care of all of Leon timber lands are included you will have
county'I crop. Mr. Johnson is among to pay 10 cents an acre to help drain
the to come a forward with hi the other fellow's property? Is this
lands, experience, etc., to help build righth?
up this section in the tobacco growing. i 2. Because the drainage Commission-
He is a wealthy and prosperous farmer iera are not made accountable to anyau-
and dairyman, and it i n such men ans he thority whatever
who are instrumental in building up i The iey wll handle hundreds of thou-
the Southw.iw andsa (possibly millions) of dollars an-
That Aassemdment. nually; but, unlike all our county offi-
of ordinar d, >mot cer they are not required to give bond,
How an man of ordinary judge t ipe nt r iad t me an
can give hi approval to the drainage andteyareoee toae a
amendment seems difficult of compre- reports or to render accounts of the
hension. In the first place, there are money spent either to the Legislature
or to the people. The. money collected
few of us whodesire to see our taxes Sby their e cm ionees
increased; but this law would permit g drin c mssif one s doTres.
the drainage commissioners to more ugo inwo ith nerha ons afdtheoStatTrss-o
than double our taxes, at their own urer, who is under bond anm who hasato
sweet will, and no protest on our part cording ad paly Tthe money raise b
wo-ul availbt tit tle, for if we did not cording to law. The money raised by
would avail butlittle. for If we dd not the drainage tax is outside of the law.
w hey i-would take the property, and The drainage m isioners can keep
rof the Supreme Court it whereamastheyase. Theyar
of the United States could stop them. suprio totalh lease. Theyware
Again, the autocratic powers which pubelico to all the laws ta..ld
this amendment confers on the com- pe you give men
ml~ones fr axaionan coaficaworking for you such vast and dagr-
mietioners for taxation and cornflosc- ^^ tS A L
tin are possessed nowhere else in this powers? Don't you think teop-
country. Perhaps you will say the portunties for wrongdoing or graft are
commisioners are all honorble men *PJNIIinK?
and would never take advantage of Because, according to Governor
SBroward's contention, thereare 238000,-
such a privile. Then why did they 0(acres of swam pand overfowed
frame an amendment o the oimiatitu- ln-d. in the Stats ta t will be subject
o.ii th sculme pwto be taxed by the drainage commis-
en? Tbhee k. no seno In granting un- sioners.
limited pawes to any o This would produce W2800.000a ear
eeBe-r, this is not an o nary law draminage tam to be spent
Skaeaaaftmade one day aad annulled W uy o. "* ^
am dftay &anat mu'W board of politicians, who are not under
Cfn-titutl. that requires two-thirds have report or
vote 'SLS0E 2ad psb ynacciountt to anyone for their actions or
pssageofwshalawwouldriveever expedIture. How would you like your
m aof h um e. It farm n AlaZhua county, or Fesambia
wulMdconfr autocratic Iereover all county, or Leom county, to he taxed for
th pnthStn ps e s ome wildcat drainage scheme that will
even InoestyS ithe State riaeengive the drainage commissioner two
een n ssa Td he a million dollars a year to spend in Chi-
emotaimlatingmakingiestuenetsh em &O" boatsM other tn l
whowil otdo so until this question is that
&Wlntoly sttled. -St. Augustine Ro-, 1 ^
defiitey setle-St Augstie ~ 4. Because, If yon give the drainage
'commissioners this extraordinary tax-
It is dangerous, Itls unwise, it is im- isig power, it wil enable this admmia-
- 07 ti give any five men, or any traton to create such a strong political
of any character the power to machine that they will have no di4-
t you at will. when from their doris- eulvy n p!rp!Tang themselves in
La o av Orgt of appeal. no rs- oflte for years to come.
forttpeM tn the soarts, aMd Aa a money-making scheme it will
L*relief Bhain^ti~aen -e ays bafcth diapmainj and Insursec
eJa qM M^te- 3sW1f evmy ida l) to jisess. 0ev. Brward
aimianuei In the State holds thit seine has failed beretofoss to saddle upofte
a~ala; aeptetis well takes aMd State his dispesuesry schemie and hl~eb>
bbesulbrfteyrThe True Deinurat. Ia-l is hia lait sham.. U wgelag
to walk innocently into the spider's
&. Because the drainage commissios-
ere are not required to make any easti-
mate of the coat of the work before
they levy the toaw.
This is altogether unjust and unfair.
In levying another county and State
taxes, an estimate is always first made
to aee how much money it will be nee-
earto raise by taxation. Anybody
who builds a house or starts a buaineess
of any kind always wants to know
what It will cost before he goes into
the scheme. If your farm or your wild
land is to be taxed 10 eenta per acre
annually for anage without any limit
of time, won't you like to know
what the drainage will cost, so that
o know for now many years you will
ve to pay the tax?
6. Because the amendment makes no
provision for local option.
The people of the draae districts
are not to be consulted at all. They
are expected to put up the cash for
some wildcat drainage scheme, but they
are not allowed to say a word about it.
Why should OWy net be invited to vote
upon It? W have local option for liq-
uor. Why 1 faor ? t ape-
daIly wbn the a les sve have
to pay for It. y won't Governor
hroward M sarI of each
drainage = vote w or not
the want to tax themselves for drain-
ag? iWe do it W In all subpe ebool
o Zf a l Whyc not have heal option
It Iasn el not L hearing to the
benicartsbto te ro o nby nultaxo
work. laue dstya s aAe owill Ha Iuto
p taxy, wtheer his ee arbefitwed or
inurd by the drainage. Suppose you
own a piece of highground,andyour
neighbor owns a piece of muck nthed.
Everglade shoublr-d byte attrn uty
He goes to Tallahassee and gets Gov.
Broward too start a drainage district t
drain his muerk lands at your expense.
pany. whether hiaada the Ameretedn por
The drainage district as established and
your high lands are Included. Yourwill
Hve to a 10 cents an d sre everyyear
dto help rain your neighbor sanes and
eThese dring itrclaetbahdan
there Ia no use in your kicking, either.
The constitutional amendment will make
it absolutely useless. This Is not an
imaginary case. In the Everglades
drainage district there are thousands fo
acres of high sand hills which have to
pa this drainage tax.
I Because wherever a drainage dis-
trict Is formed, it will prevent the salo
of lands and obstruct the development
of the country.
You can't sell lands when they are
being taxed ten cents an acre for an
indefinite time No one will buy lands
which are subject to an annual tax of
ten cents an acre to drain somebody
else's land. No investor will put his
money in lands that have to pay such
a tax, when no one knows what will be
done with the taxes, or wfiether it will
not be wasted in impractical schemes
and posibly worse. Would you want
to buy lands burdened with such a tax?
No; aW nobody else would. As a re-
sult, the development of the State will
be stopped, and all kinds of property
win loose value. Can't you see that
this is inevitable if the Amendment is
As AsdM to o* vu'zIed
Reasons why you should vote against
L because no reclamation of the
Everglades should be attempted until
proper surveys have been made.
No complete survey of the Ever-
glade baa ever been made. Negotia-
iosare now pending with Secretary
Wilo to get help from the United
States Government for a complete aur-
vey United States engineers. Sec-
re4 Wilson admits the necessity for
a survey before any drainage can be
done and promises the State his assist-
411eM. What would the American peo-
ple have said if Congres had blindly
plunged Into the Panama Canal project
without proper preliminary surveys and
2. Because no estimates of the cost
of the contemplated drainage have yet
beemi o&acialy made.
The tax was levied without a shad-
ow of amy estimate. The drainage
eemamjsdlomere eaa't peahirteU Waet
ft will coat, because Ce- sesr-
oer f a great publis *rk badug *a
Tha Fleria Ss 3sduini &*-B
The following letter irmbaolbS
interest to the teacher e them
Atlantic Coast Lime .log
pany Officee of Diviasiu
dertaken without any previous esti-
mate of the coast being first made?
The Disaton engineers knew more about
the Everglades than any one, and they
estimated the cost of properly reclaim-
ing the big saw-grass south of Lake
Okeechobee (only one-sixth of the
Everglades) at nine million dollars
8. Because the title to the Everglades
is now in litigation.
Nominally the title reatas in the Trus-
tees of the Internal Improvement FWnd
and therefore belong to the pe of
Florida but this title is now at-
tacked n the United States Cour by
various legislative grant claimants.
Until these oases are finally decided,
the ownership of the Everglades mast
remain in doubt. It will be some years
before this question can be etttled.
Meanwhile the Trustees cannot giv, a
good title to an acre uf the Evergade
losing every dollar y a rain
age. TNey have no to r the
people'a mney before e title ia aset-
tied. Would a careful man In his own
business wasto money like water on a
doubtful title? Woulyou build an x-
pensive houem on land a a
elsswassuingyou for? Wouldilt you
let the owrt decide first? Whatpo4e04
ble harm a come from weatieg for
the Sourtse to deide ?
4. Because there is sao limit to the
No one knows how much his tax i
g rf to ba-rI hew Wy e will have
hanng o tvrwla is,0eauseataper
a a thef ebso limit to the tie.
S ma be levied for 0 or O
year s The e o e vei whatever
"ommissloiers hav made no estimate,
and they can't make any estimates be-
"Ulm t~hey haven't ay complete sur-
vey. If they could make an estimate
of the total coast, the tax-payer would
be able to figure out just how much his
total tax will be, and for how many
years he will have to pay It. Aa it is,
he is in the dark. The oonsequence is
tuat lands in the Everglades drainage
district cannot be bought or sold .No
one want to buy with this blanket tax
hanging over the land, because there is
no limit to it.
6. Because the greater part of the
Everglades is not worth draining.
More than half of the Everadesa is
rock, and worthless for agriculture.
The part worth reclaiming is a strip
along the Last Coast, and the big saw-
Iraw south of Lake Okeechobee. The
all of 21 feet from the lake to the
ocean is not a gradual fall evenly disa-
tributed the whole distance. Within
14 miles of the lake there is a fall of
12 feet leaving only 9 feet for the bal-
ance o0 the way, a distance of 76 miles
aouth to the Gulf of Mexico. Only 9
feet in 76 miles. The lower part of
the Southern Glades is washed by sea
6. Because the value of the besat
part of the Fverglades In very doubt-
These muck lands have not proved a
success in other parts of the State
The drained muck lands of the Kissim-
dss Valley were badly damaged by fire
some year ago in a dry time, and thous-
ands of acres were deetroyed by fire.
These lands are now used entirely for
grasping and are worth about $1. per
acre, Today there are not 60 acres un-
der cultivation between Orlando and
7. Because nodiscrimination has been
shown by the drainage commissioners
in levyingt the drainage tax.
Land of different classes, high or
low, dry or wet, good or bad, were all
assessed the same blanket acreage tax,
no mAtter what distance from the Ever-
glades, or how much or how little they
would be benefited by drainage. The
high sand-Mlls of Avon Park, covering
hundreds of square miles, were taxed
exactly the same au the marshes bor-
dering Lake Okeechobee.
8. Because the people of the drain-
age district are opposed to draining the
Except a few people living on the
Calooiiahatchee River. This opposition
was shown at the May primary when
Hon. J W. Watson fomp Dade county.
Hon. Claude Olmatead from St. Lueie,
Hon. A. D. onegaa fromOeeeola. Hon.
W. H. Hooker from Defoto, and Hon.
J. F. Wilson from Lee (sa drainage
district cons ties). were all elected to
the House aaramai drainage; also Hon.
Must Harris to the temtato fres Moo-
roe and Lee couatleqJuJ thesecounq
A n.7 *G Kn "
Savannah, Ge., Oat0 M9 ,
Mr. J. G. Kellum, See 8 arylls
Educational Assodlatin, 'ftd
Dear Sir- b toa
ceipt of your maw
encoares, and to advise that we
drew our objections to the
rates on account of the
Auutine, and have
chairman to im tariff ao r.
on basis of one fare plua e
all points within the State of
tickets to be sold December
and 27th, limited to retae
glst. The announcements will be
in due time and all agents
notified. Yours truly
(SignedM M. MN
All the other ral il
have agreed to ative ad&
ome far e A Sat tI
000881". 7 RWNt **1F
best Miood mel
had. It wal also giV a
alnity for those dsAlru r t t6
Bnut to the
of FlorM asti AA-- a n
4n *i m ars
the vrla a w that
busieass man would have deteimlaa
bTeAfo undertaken any rojest; n
they have not put forth any aargun'ente
that the benefits would be equal to the
Within the trst drainae district
there are 7.000000 acresofland; S000,-
000 acre of thiT beona to the State
and tif exempt from taxation 1.0o000)0
ou ev sen the Gveral hars iU4ds-a
acres it included within Lake Oceeho-
bee or ie Government land, aM la ex-
empt also, leaving 3.000,000 aeres sub-
Jet tto f lOcnt per are. Thi
&Irave n ot ud kehit f ay arrentaxes
would bring in a revenue of u ,000 aoe
year. Civil Engineer V. P. Keller, who
has hai pent several yiars i th dis-
trict, estimates that it will ast about
t 10,0 00000 0 to drain the lower v-
ladea-to drain 8000.000 aeres belon-
to the State of Florida. At that
rate it would take thirty year' taxeo
to complete the drainage.
Ar the people orm f St. Luan e county
and the pem e of the frst drainage dia-
trict willing to vote upon themeolve a
etax of 10 cent s per aware for thirty
year to drain 8a0rev0u0 aes of bada
No part of the firt drainage deltrct
will be benefited by the ctm~plated
drainage operation except that Ias t of
Dade county lyin0. betwe0a Weet Palm
Beach and iaml and the tertooritory ha-
mediately urroundia m Okeearthobee.
SStupedou propoloamoni Tax i,000,-
t acres of 1 hands owned by private rn-
edividualrs to drain 4,000,000 acresa aedt
be the State a Govern met, a ive
th pending of this enormous tax Ito
the hands of ofve men, net under bndW
andwhowould not have tosaoosutto
the people or the L firstainre as to how
the same was spenat-St. Laede Tribune.
For thie e oneit n, the vonter of
Florida woo beieve ii lair play, in
qual rit o a, ad a jut ad
impartial aam MaW trauon h ute law,
wia unqueeauounbly vote against this
8 ra .Z.I Uonsutuuonal Ame ,Dmeat.
ItneS Amendment ra a pros.an d
Amendment tu Article XVI of Uhe tee-
It whan appffArion the ofleial ballot
auwotaauild as toalows: t
Constitutional Amendment. Artoleb
X Canstitutiomal Amendment. Artislo
(Be sure to put a cross *ark aa teail
Your hoon potra< j.
i WTRWU MMOCRAT.
p|mBL e msa paull. 1
ptMe UU f Otm ber thee qd
o whose life was aIn.-
am ra I ayd the a yetram
room the St. Augiutine road
ia* 100 ya ~ east of It.
lAbert Gaimble was the eldest son of
Or G Chunamble and of Nancy
.u Cft a daughter of =,v.
*UmOp f Kientucy. He
s b this old family residence on
et HU, Richmond, Va., on Deo.
aem hr11,TU". His father and uncle,
who wen partners, wern large mport-
i mer ehantsowning their shlp.and
were ned ananally by by Predet
JeIenoa'o policy of embargo entorced
S st-al the Britsh In the war of 1812.
oers .of fortune was eventually
41e. 00of the removal of the family
to I I, 7, ierboth brothesM
b IWle cotton pluntrs on their
a. "o W pand Wel une
grew to manhood and
Md tO ter in Leon county
6 la tpla1, just three
.l w* but as cotton became
se ssme llt" as low as
tIs hbe gave that andt
Co be pr b, whnd to ist
t ft~ repitatl foU r Wxellenmefo
41b1110f Sbaish tobacco
hN'tvbet hm sent to him,
whis rui ned hs Lsineub Cigrs
darno btte y
S the toe ry of them, he set flre
to L "a W moment and wont south
0 other 0Tdemepnt,
i th wildsiof Manateecounty
In ble wv io In her future, he
i le *&sawarJ plantation and fac.
r th ia of th Manatee
was then a wilderness,
So t h es o fimudleatlon with tho
nlaa ropi was by schooner to St.
,-_t1ot sxla weeks. On one of
3- woahis brother Willihm who
was n h way to visit t him was lot at
a m atorm. Hn r Major Gamble
AiO acres of lead, and with
a d a few expert worlmen
.W p ...Into this section, tak.
Ir UM t er the "Armed occupa-
!aat. he began clearing land and
1a1"faetw lkin brtk for a residence
and hboussa. This residence still
aalaaN two-story building. with
columns, and the ruins of
s houses furnished brick for
t the first houe built in Ellen
4-nOw a thriving vllag with four
Thfirst crop was harvested and
enofeltured, with a yield of 80 hogs.
when the entire establishment
was IIto the ground ad all lost
Thb theapuebased much more ex-
Vim eomeNry which he succeeded
In setting up before the next crop.
PIre theea mills there were erected
thm brick bulldi aggregating 840
i to length. o Th contained a
erA, power steam engine power-
tmi l with machinery for reashing
S dewm iftn up qualties of sane,
ogt M e Ntainreg Avc e
aw evew at gre aly deireas.d
sAilx 6d oa to forty
ht ft fr 11 t Me and threat
wtti Wl bttome through wheih the
A de the surar. The
a atlvation was learesoed
headred and slxty to three
f1and ofty aeres, and the yild
w two hundred and fifty
ead oat tuhar andeormous w uar loia
et ola-tos es wara ent by
Ihrs to Mobile, New Orleans and
oYk,bringing satisfactory prices.
M amble aslO manufactured large
fiasttles of salt which he shipped to
vmrslus a quantity of this
eea u elMtod Onieod Statae at
Am *ah al shipped lako,
lk a dof i ve oak to New Yoro.
yIt all the way round one
dars. In 1868 hajor
etaadf Manatao county
(a aof Loualiana
era o 1000 The civil
wed a thd sha laves
k try th business was
Major Gamble served
threegheut the intan war in Florida
asa Ianteer. aad was mentoned by
main as e peapcueus for courage and
atvlty oi action, by General unsa.
(Umoeblemmanding the U. 8 A. 'orgw.
Ia s in s. The lt twenty years of
Major amble's life were devoted to
the adeavr of awakening pubie Inter-
eat in a laterstate waterway extend.
a. a the Atlantic coat, alon
the by d uemb and channel,
Utmea i frm the St.
Maras !o Md -u to tha mouh of
a BU Ml thle e torn of o *of
F I w w ------------------------
Look at Our Line
Majbr Gamble was a generation ahead
of the times.
Betng personal friend of all of our
men of prominence, his reminiscence
were most entedrtaing. Prince Murat
was a close neighbor and an intimate
friend, and many characteristic anec-
dotes were told of him and of Governor
Duval. who was aloo a ousin.
Major Gamble ma ried Laura Wirt
daughter of Judhge Thos. Randall and
Liura Wirt. By thi mnrriage there were
children, Laura Vorhess who died at
sixteen Katherine Bla .heth. now Mrs.
HowtrdJ Gamble and RoJert Gamble,
who died at birth. Major Gamble wqs
An elder in the Preabyterlan ehurch of
Taliahassee for fifty years, and a maon
nearly as long a time oj died October
10. 16, aged 3"yearsd
Wedding bells it Ing See us
for cut-glass and dverw*e. P. T.
Nieholaon. tnhe jewel! 6
A Few NMere Words Aboast the To-
Another year will realise great re-
forms in the deveolpment of Leon
county. From a careful canvass it is
learned that many land owners are to
plant tobacco within the next year, and
with this in view, and the fact that
there will elso be a warehouse built so
as to handle all the tobacco that is
raised, there Is a great inducement to
parties contemplating tobacco growing,
and it gives a strong assurance that It
can be taken care of In our own county.
Leon county contains a vast amount
of soil to produce excellent tobacco
leaf; all that has been needed was some
one who could bring out the productive
qualities in a esavincing muanes-tinee
t has been done great reforms have
been undergone in a short space of
time. The people are at last coming
to a realist of the fact that there s
wealth in old eon.
Beesdes the Leon County Tobacco Co.
and Messrs. Johnson and MeDermit,
two companies that have been recently
organized In Leon county, the following
named parties are arranging to plant
toba co, and most of them are already
starting to shade the lands:
Mesrs. Miekler & Perkins will com-
mence with i aeres of shades. Mr.
D. B. Megnaliss propose to plant five
eresof shade, and will go to s aa pen-
diture of 11,0 to make the neseeary
preparations. A well known tobacco
man from Queacy, whose name is with-
held, will manage the plantation.
Hon. J. W. Handerson will plant the
rst year 10 aeres of shade. Mr. Julius
Hirsehberg, manager of the El Provedo
Cigar Co., will increase hise output at
Lake Jackson by 40 sres. Arnmog the
other promlen( Taahaaesteens topltnt
tobacco are Mesers. A. S Wells, Julius
Ball. Dr. Geo. H. Gwynn C. B Gwynn,
Wm. oberts H. L. Bethel, V. Johnb
son and A. Whnish, manager of the
El Am Cigar Co., who was Instru.
mental in demonstrating what could be
done by actual experiments and who
raised such a fin quality of both su
and shade grown tobaco this .yea,
bout ome mile and a half outside of
Tallahassee. will plant an additional
qusaity aut sses.
STee are rumors of several others
who have not t decide definitely
what they will do.
Jast reai a of herases and
a rw Cla assa
State Fair Netes.
So great has been the demand for ex-
hibit space at the Florida State Fair, to
be held at Tamps, November 14 to 29,
that the erection of several new build-
ings has been found to be necessary,
and practically every building now
standing on the grounds will have to
be enlarged and extended. The capac-
ity for live stock and poultry will have
to be more than doubled, and the same
is the case in almost every department
of exhibition. It is now more than ever
evideit that that Fair will be a much
grander succe s than that of last year,
which eclipsed any fair ever held in the
South before. ech mail also makes It
evident that the attendance of home-
seekers from other States is going to be
double that of last year and active
preparations are now under way for
accommodating the crowds.
One of the most brilliant and memo-
rable special days of the coming State
Fair will be 'Veterans' Day," for
which November 22 has been designa-
ted. On this occasion the Third Flor-
ida Brigade, with ione of Veterans and
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
hold their annual reunion, which has for
several years proved so enjoyable and
succe oful. At the eame time the
Grand Army Veterans of Florida will
meet, and the "Yanks" and "Old Con-
feds" will march through the streets of
the city, arm in arm, together, making
a scene beautiful to look upon. In
short, the Confederate reunion will be
in the nature of a "Blue and Grey"
In addition to the many magnificent
attractions secured by President Brown
for the Florida State fair-including
the famous White City hlppodroe,
which will cost 0, 000 far two weeks-
John L Sullivan, the greatest pogilst
that ever lived, will be aog the num-
ber. Sullivan, who woa the dMol of the
peie ring for thirty years, will appear
in a three-round sparring match and
hi sparring partner, Barry will at
each performance agree to throw any
four men in the audl ene in fifteen min-
utes. Sullivan will also give a lecture
on the art of self-defene, and moving
picture of the irttest fights in ring
history will be shown. Sulwvan is draw
Ing thousands en Texas at mpr snt, in-
cluding many women and children.
There will be nothing In th least of-
fensive about the perfwaormane, which
will rove a fine drawing card.
A feature of the ooa mn State fair at
ampa, that will be rivaled toin mag-
niaience, will be a grand horse show,
at which the finest saddle and harness
horses in Florida will opete for large
pr offered in addition to tha o-
ered on live stock in the ocial pre-
mium list. The horse show will occur
on the afternoons of November 16 and
17. There will be ten event five be-
Ing Judged each aftemoon. Many Il-
dise and gentlemen ownm finehorss
have already annosamed the intention
of entering their animals, which they
will ride ad drive themselves. Aeor-
dial invitation is extaMded to all hose
owners te have thdis animals entered
in the how. ThIe h d ri to do eo
should write P=i- T.JT.L. Brw
for particulars at eae. FIMd beis
of many Mwnb hrms, d te smIn
expected to be the weat ever hel in
the South. It w betharestestsa-
whell ace SM1i te m
sd ebwe lab r nio.
S THE MAN RKIMND THE GUN that ben
the burden of battle-that tands the abu and
bullets of the enemy. Good guns and good am-
munition are very esential to Buccesful warfare. The
same rule appides to our line of
'Tis the Designer who originates the styles, and
the Tailor who executes the work-who sees that the
garments are thoroughly made-and, again, 'tis what
you can't see that gives a garment life-the quality of
the material on the inside.
This is of the best to be had, and put there by the
highest-priced and best Tailors. This is why a Suit
made by SCHLOSS" wears well, fits and gives per-
h DUVAL BROS.,.
The Cash Store.
Here Assertlea-Me PreeFC
No man who does not own these
overflowed lands in the drainage dis-
trict can be legally taxed for draining
the Everglades.-Madison Paper.
The above bald assertion In various
forms is now appearing in all the drain-
age organs. The Fort Myer ePrees
for Instance alleges that the people o
Duval., Hillborough, Escambia and
other "counties and the State are not
asked to pay the (drainage) tax and
never will be, under the proposed con-
Surely, these usually bright and in-
tellient newspaper men have never
studied the proposed amendment, or
else they are deceiving themselves and
their readers. The Herald has repeat-
edly stated as one ground of its opposi-
tion that if the proposed amendment
carries, the drainage board will have
the power to locate and establish a
drainage district anywhere in the State
where swamp or overflowed land may
be found anid apply the taxes there-
from to the drainage of the Everglades.
In proof of this, we point to the amend-
ment published on the fourth page
of this paper and in the Fort M f-
ere Press, and we challenge any one to
refute the argument made.
The board will certainly have the
power, and what guarantee have we
that it will not be exercised, if the
need should arise for more money than
the Everglades taxes yieldl
Unlike the Fort Myers Press, The
Herald does not demand that the inter-
eata of the whole State should be jeop-
ardised and the rights and wishes of
the people Ignored merely for the bene-
fit of to Gords and its tributary
terrtory. For the protection of the
Caloo htohe fields and groves, the
Press demands that we give five men
unrestricted power to tax people indis-
criminately and perpetually throughout
the whole State, five men who are to
collect and disburse annually several
hundred thousand dollars and give no
bond for the faithful and honest dis-
charge of their duties and make no re-
port or accounting to the legislature or
any other power or authority.
Here we come to the claim of the St.
Petersburg dependent that this drain-
age board will be heedged about by law
and reqialred to give bon and a ke re-
ports o its deoia. In support of this
contention, which in the face of the
actual verbiage of the amendment, is
supremely preposterous the Indspend-
nt quotes the now existing constitu.
tutional provisions governing the of-
eisa" of the Bxeetive department
The veriest tyro should know thatthis
drainage board as seh wU not be any
rt I or branch of the E eeative
adn consequeeatly e anot
come under the provisiam retain to
The drainage board, If established
under this proposed amendment, will be
a separate, dtinct and independent
government of itself, wholly outside of
geo vdernmnt, and re-
striced and controlled only by the
terms of the proposed amendment it-
Now, if our Journalistic friends and
opponents, before undertaking to deny
these contentions, will only submit to
any upright and able lawyer this ar-
ticle, together with the proposed
amendment, the State oonstitutiog* and
their own answers thereto, be will save
them from publishing some abeurdtlUe
that may deceive and mislead their
readers. We are all in busiaeas not
solely for money, but for the satisfac-
tion of being able to advise the people
correctly as to their beet interests and
to guard them against the dangers of
vicious or unwise legislation.
Neither self-interest nor false pride
nor the fear of being misunderstood
and maligned and charged with im-
proper motives, should deter us from a
conscientious effort to lead the people
aright. We are sure that the Fort
Myers Press, the St. Petersburg Inde-
pendent, and, in fact, all the best news-
papers of Florida, are inspired by this
motive-to teach and preach and prac-
tice what is right.- Punt Gorda Her-
The marriage of Miss Maud Craig
and Mr. A. G. Goodbody was solemn-
ised at the Episcopal church on North
Monroe street on last Saturday at 12:30
o'clock p. m., Rev. Dr. Carter officiat-
he pulpit of the church was beauti-
fully decorated with a profusion of
roses and olden rod, against a back-
ground of bamboo. Before the time
for the ceremony many friends of the
bride and groom to be had eongreated
in the church, and prompt at :
Miss Craig arrived and was escorted up
the aisle of the church by he brother,
Mr. John Craig, who gave her away.
Awaiting her at the altar was Mr.
Goodbody with his best man, Mr. Frank
Craig, also a brother to the bride, aad
Dr. who pronounced the wed-
ding rites amid the sweet strains of
music ably rendered by that talented.A-
artist Miss WhitfIkl.
After the ceremony was over the "
bride and room repaired to the photo
grapers n had teir pictures taken,
from thence to the home of the bride
on Magnolia Heights, where they will
residetl the future.
Miss Craig, the bride, is a well known
and much liked resident of Tallahassee,
as is also the groom, Mr. Goodbody
aadt coulk carry the beat wisaheba of
thr t of friends In the edmanalty.
SVly handome mde ad
fin table for P. T.
N ,the jeweler.
O' DprO OWie Jew@
q OOLLINMm Joes ores
Ak AMi Ak AI A LA k ikA k kAM&iAf I ft ML MkI
Agddb R m mb dk lAh
'. '. t" PS OIL
Ever brought to th city n on display at my Store. Cut-Glass Ware, Hand-Deco-
rated Ch na, stly Vases, and Precious Gems of Rare Art for
T HOLIDAY SEASON.
Everything in my line to please the most careful buyer.
H. N. SWEETING.,
SOUTH MONROE ST., TALLA1IASSEE, FLA.
LOCAL AND PnMNAL ITEMS. Mr. J. L. Thomas, of Woodville, Mr. Earl Perkins made a business Basluess lIpTOvemeats. Miu Mamie WllHams, of Holit4
made his Tallahasse friends a visit trip to Vernon Wednesday. Improvement is the paramount issue was in the city one day last wfeek a d
See CRx a rbett's. a week. The large mills and fish houses were of the day in Tallahassee, and it has made The Tiue Democrat a pleasant
Seehatbetterwed resent than destroyed by fire at St. Marks yeter- not company too soon. Many business visitaddingher name to our
MrT. D. Ellis, of Quincy, was in the ece of cut-glass o erware. P T. day. houses are remodeling and now present tion lit with the remark that she oT
city Sunday. icholson, the ewe 36 Mr. Jno. C. Trice is up again from a deed improvement. ten read some other one's paper and
Mr. J. H. Girardeau, of Monticello, Tallahasseans are delighted to have Panacea for a few d tys. He reports There has been much agitation of enjoyed it very much, and now prefe rr
was registered at the Leon Wednesday. I Mrs. Sarah B. Lamar among them ducks and geese in plenty now. late on the pure food question. What ed to have her own paper. Sih is a
Hon. Fred. T Myers was in Quincy again after spending the summer Mrs. Frank Damon and daughter re- atisfies more than good eating? Pass most popular sool teacher there.
abMonday and Tuesday attending the ci road. turned Wednes d v from North Caro- into the store of Messrs. T. B. Byrd & See CRuX tCorbett's.
cuit court.inI Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bethel, of Talla- lina, where tl ey have spent the sum- Co. and gaze at the long shelves f ied There- i as ease.
Mr. R. H. Beauford, of Quincy, at- hassee, arrived in the city yesterday, mer. with tempting looking cans, bottles and W ... .
terney or the G. F. & A. Ry., was in and areamon the uests at the Ar- Miss Blanche Blake returned Satur- boxes omp st ple goods, which go to fretful during the night. Wormshin, are
the city Wednesday. gon Hotel. .day for the winter season. She spent Mr. E I A. fid has rearrange ied his the cause of thin, sickly babies. It in
Mr. C. M. eeange, of the Tallahas- Did you kn th there are 365 dis- the summer in Virgin ia and North Car- stockd,ainted, remodeled ahd added natural that a healthy baby should be
see Grocery o., made a business trip e Th wla t o se olina. new fixtures and stock, as hav also fat and sleep well. f our aby does
to Monti last Saturday. rancmuleo.heprolante Li Stock In- Mr. T. P. Mickle, and sister, Mrs. Messrs. J. D. Cay and i. B. Council & not retain its food, don't experiment
SeeCsut at Corbett's. oP p. R e t tem l- Temple, went to Fernardina Monday to Co., as before mentioned, with colic cures and other medicine,
See oa.le ,o Bots, see P. tG. ussell, MaM r.. attend the funeral of their brother-in- Duval Bros. have made numerous but try a bottle of White' Cream Vw-
C omfortable houe fr r t; on Bou- Blind tigers are doing a land-grab law, Mr. W. T. Proctor. changes, as stated at various times in mifuge,,and you will soon see your baby .
levard street. Apply o/rs. obert business from the numerous "drunk" The nicet elegant line of Holliday ourpaper. They have taken on another have coor and laugh itshould. A
McDougall. cases in our city of late. I we are to goods n the city. Silverware, watches store room, and remodeled the entire druggst.
The Florida School I onent ays have a dry town let it be dry,other- nd diamonds. N. Sweeping. 6 store. room, Mr. Landis, of the Gadsden Time.
"Prof. Harry W. Demilly has been wise get off the "water wagon. Mr. Lewis Thompson returned Mon. Mor P. Nicholsontheenterprising made us a pleasant visit yt ay. He
elected principall of the Sarasota High Mr. Harry D. Smith, from Ashland, day from Tallahassee where he has Jeweler .has completdvariouasnchangmes I s making large improvements in his
chool. Old Kentucky," a first-class par spent a month's vacation with friends in his store has added considerable new plant.
Mr. B. Frank Ferris, who has been hanger and painter, has come to Talaina tar. stock and fxtures and the place preo- ee C Corbett'.
with the Brown House, Macon,Aarrived hassee to reside, accompanied by Mr. .. ". sent an extremely attractive appear-
Saturday to accept a position at the J. V. Cully, he made us a pleasant We learn of the death Wednesday, of anc. EMnc e .
Leon Hotel. visit Tuesday. Mr. Geo. P. Baum, of Peck, who re- Byrd & Co have spared neither time NOTICE E1NCUi bT IN$
Mrs. S. S Schaeffer, after a pleas- The many friendsofMiss NannieGallie qu.rrl with other n Bu.m, nor exvey "in the work of remodeling N1.r. ll L. zga-'
ant visit to Mrs. Townsend in this city, are delighted to welcome her home I dra -. ' Everything has been rearranged, t5e ia nd .acfs i ,
returned to her home at Amsterdam from an extended tour throughout the several dys '1 o . store has been freshly painted through- lIwo ohlb.e j5jd oL wIl be hU M e.
Wednesday. North, which included tripe through Miss Sallie Blake and Mr. P. L. Re- out; all of the unattractive cases and N..veva at .@*Iwk, p'n. e --e
Mr. Geo. E. Lewis, assistant cashier Canada, Vermont, Connecticut, New man, accompanied by Messrs. Curlton counties have been removed new goods MS ) th. f
of the First National Bank has re- York and Niagara Falls. and Brown, returned Monday from have taken the place of old stock -an th t e e tai b~m thast a pu s-" .
turned from tL Louis. where he was Pleaing to th te of the most ir mmer residence at Hend on- attractive office has been built in the thamd Sm..
attending e ankers' Convention, fastidious bayes Cut-glass ware. l;;' .. ... rrof the store the bakeryd*Dart.hr.y I r "
See t Corbett. P. T. Nieholon, jeweler. W Willas M. Ball, managing editor of ment has been enlarged, and all of this 3. o. Hov.. Heuetar.
.ee Onb-- (....... ... ... the Time-Union, left lat niht for has resulted in the most attractive and /^^ r
Dollar- for Jacksonville is stick- ev d last week while waiting be- New York, Boston. Philadelph ia and up-to-date grocery in-the city. A store *reeiees Saie.
"^in up its head in do-se of places. It Bnu ..... bln ctt. .. Wl other eitern cities, where he will to boproudo p NOTr lasH!aYOsVIo N THT. *TVI.
ks now ab if it will obe a joke on the am --ck , -hammerless shot -d pd a much-needed vacation.--Times. Meeers. Gilmore & Davis Co. have t oee ofm e fn, se
gas metre this time.-Times-Union. itall ti e- lit wn o nion aMd. compM eted extensive im movement e in sa t cs 'LD
An automobile party from Thomas- Geore'B-m In the arm and ehest Mr. Joseph Duncan left yesterday to r hardware store. Te concern oc- Chs at the sats at Pterls. L
ials, oats or Mr. and Mrs. J. Ina iin very ugly and darn oueon hl dahterht Winnie M .an l two w larg store rooms wh sch1o 3S _whIhSl .. A
PhillipS. e MiJea Haye, and Mr. if'. woundM. I ha, Caeada, w here tey Will reside have been connected by cutti off of |hmes mm uf mst Sr .Ira-
Val-d, were nthe cityWedmay. M. P ,.. .ln the fttre. Mr. Duncan ha hosts a large entryway between te two Jem W..p vUh.oasL.
es ,*- b eao atwh w uou rerW* .Ih ceIwhW Wt lea ,
k Mr wit. le *thu e or V ach wa ion of the country who wish be and theo ofc, hih. i le n alssrctaiv e tm f s. t e
,which has won for him so nu ev -that is of Ut v best a. As both the Woodville and PineGrove s ah- o e. man h othe ad .-
It grants sid peoteui e the terest to lorida, and his wors of con. schools have had a say in this newupa- df me to r an a ldstmat da hd mthe WMl N MietnseUSS .IN.
8 diseases thai will kila atuaton and ommedatnon are d are now gett rpeonal on partmeta for wa* crockery tin
horse or mule. Plantenvtepk la. i- sy appreciated. sidea., we cannot adm"t any "Wore wan, gansduSee Th eo a
mymorewar*,sumamthee.Thiseom-. v81 3i=.
srane Co., P. . Alex St. Clair Abrams was in that which was fu thefois weeve pany a spent much careful labor and I
The old wood floor Om the atr the tedrt.e the week and mmed The local newspaper is O pae~ atto ti to the remodeling and statW e s a
e State Capitol ha, uw.as a p ta, vi-Lt. He made his arst i s dIfw- .,w- state that they e mow la a mueh AM twtAa imi-t -ge -psM-
and a teesBe mW nasWe atwS n S apefh ia this y ye ettr positeT to handle material and A l a .Sa
ad auewsit lemuwsMheaseltufa h n l uf e ei e OitI ithis that e was Mrs. A. K. Caldwell left Thureday for care for the wants of their iammn i sU
Ab hap-IS I_ W Mi 1 eetai_ apy0.tmet to Hot Sprinag, Ark., wheoe he willre-. trade. 4 "M
S'. IpeiiI mhre. He wasn toiJackiwoemai nfur everal monthre ma the e.- "------ V ea41JV e r
Pmaee report there ae ll oa imprrta.nt busins. dealer to recuperate her health. Z A wa
omearrefes of oa, o drank a -d I Mr. C. EL .-ni--- hy hi s note em will vt friends at aBa-. Wh a man says he always was
d ath we M is and UtUeek. ik-trobt with a congh that bated -.
me sms hm -fas ss MNM.Sggo S "111tT all wa i ter-wbaStS- wo-M.you t.l-akif he
atO I 4 0 w hite sermon = subjects for Lord's ay m aay-4 e neer we. since Using
Se.to3.rbe uor Tof v,,: M 0te : mm-manists..
t to Ate tovqSmSm 0 i* iJuYI AtoMr. J.C. Clark, Denver, Oolodba lM'--t
ftte. ttd r rh- Gerno Mnty ** (*& _M la1 ta Tte'- d thak lT-i jalr-- '.,.-"??^-clro S'. 'a~fJ
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Wi wlu You Vote to mkjFvI Me*a, Umboaddd Uauuatig,.tb MopLJmu ad Xau
;VUUmu D RYVMY 3WDAT OU3INO.
e alass d ChaoMra Marsmo,. lo, as
ibasle In Tasms isDua lSW Aa sul& wad
Ag imUaM "esao pTo,* Is dese.
AMtlae Rota esas Apnelsses.
T1 True Demwaris teo t Offk8l Neapew I
of L.w Couty.
Talsaa.h rrt Maty, Nowv. t, .
Vete against creating MOGUL 0.m .
It i s a scHU for pouw and wro1-
&d6. Vot, to kill it!
Twelve pages of live interesting red-
ki matter and advertisement. Read
every bit of it.
No owe hbasheard oIwrMdmy a word
laist the Louisville and Nashville,.
or hwe any heard the Loutesville and
sMrvrille say a word against BrowMd.
trage, very strange l-Short Talks.
OW.=forrowaraoeo'ut new and
ton the pple what you done to Hon.
JmN. N, Stockton. It will be too
Wite to Inflaee votes against your pet
fraiae scheme--and a g(antmie
00s13 in many respects it tool
Governor Broward, the people are
mnxlously waiting for you to explain
your silease on the Louisville ad Nashk-
floe ntompromise, and the reason why
you have not Ineluded this railroad in
your tirade against the East Coast.-
The State of Florida has been a heavy
looser through bed outside influences
that wore brought on officials, and that
rame thing ens happen again. Officials
beve full as much power now as is neec-
esmary, do not vote Tuedays to give
thom more. The present officials may
be good men. but surely they are not
Are there many Florndians left now
who believe either Stump Speaker
Broward or attorney-st-law Jennings'
services are worth $5.000 a year to the
people of the State of Florida. Neither
of them are putting in honest working
hears for the salary they draw. If Mr.
Jeningr, as is claimed and so far un-
disputed, rets $8,000, should not the
Attorney-General, elected by the peo-
ple, have as much or more?
Goveror Broward's last: "To the
People of iForida, denouncing, abusing
and salnderin everybody and every-
th fg that oppose his irlgantic scheme
to IuMi up a Huge Political Mill. with
unlimttied powers and speeial pnr'lenpe,
will be taken In keeping with his slirk
methods and abuse and do him and his
allies no good. The people's eyes have
been wide opened and he and his allies
and tbhr schenes and plans will be
defeated Tuesday. 'Tis stranre that
any Florldlans ran worship mash idots-
"Just because they hold hifh office I
After this week we promise our
readers to devote moat of our space to
oeal affairs of interest and general
Florlda news We have given more of
our space than we deClred to political
affairs for come irrnt i pest, but it
has been In an honest effort In the true
interest of Flordiane s aalnt schmes
and tricks that will work rreat Injury
to us all if that drainage amendment
lb adopted, and we feel we have sacted
right sad nla your interest in it Indi-.
astHom at this time point to a good de-
I- h it, ad we have no apolegl to
tar for whAt we have printed and
puobeibd against it. Now, ro to the
poMa Tuesdav and help defeat it, w.
amlbethg next week and the weeks
faMpwar we will glive you an improved
LaB. tles Star--From a eme of
ity, we give our reader. an extra
amt f apuse on the dnarema and
omla iss e of the dra-nae quetien,
wite wll be decided Nov 6. It ear-
etae4aodaaor to the eomt leon-
a Bberty ad rights of eor people. We
hope they have seen the danger and
wil vote against Creating an all-power
erful poHlitloal abi at Tallahasee
that will have more power than the Lr.
IslaMture. This iper ao so string to
It aud Its editor mt aetlwnag foray
paitieal favwn at the IdI of my
party, rlng or elique. We have fear.
lmeelyand O Wesetty 'lb t this iame
bo the very st rt, sk sat sae the
heowhmanss ts wUMto P aso
dthe *AMldu of -ae -O pasa" ghp l N
the imedmet be earA. N MW what
mwvdat as owe olsltVO .-
wuurruam o anun ca" AeM
Since the Gomwernor aso e
owce, in his speeches, atd tht
drainage board were bonded odlefial
and therefore responsible to the people
for their sacts under the proposed Con-
etitutimal Amendme"t in ereatihg
drainage ditrists, levyng ad colleet-
ing toe *ad spending the colled i
tax money as they a Atf unbonded
and unaecotable, we will now remind
Mm do the occurreness at the State
Capital that proves without doubt that
in two instances, outside siek trick.
sters did get two office holders Into
some trouble. In one case, that of the
State Treasurer, facts have proven
that he did not benefit by it in the
least, and that he did not know what
he was led into until the awful truth
was brought home to him. Do not all
Floridtans remember what slick poliUti-
@al friends onee did for the Ron. C. B.
Collins, State Treasurer for Florida,
and what the slick trick, besides ruin-
ing a good man, but one who trusted
his supposed friends to lead to, in a
great lose to Florida. Does not that
past history stare Floridians in the
face as to what scheming scoundrels
can do when they set out to have
things go as they please ? In those
days, and now, most people believed
that having olficils bonded made
everything secure. Yet scheming triek-
stars got the State's money and a good
State officer and a Christian gentle-
man was ruined and crushed.
Again, while it was never made pub-
lie, a Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr.
Mitchell, through some influenes and
power, got mixed up and short in pub-
lic land matters and moneys to a large
extent, and to prevent a big scandal
and showing up much wrong-doing, his
brother, then Judge of the Supreme
Court and afterwards Governor, had It
to settle, and a number of brother cabi-
net officers and several clerks in the
capitol were heavy losers by loaning
Dr. M. money, which his brother re-
fused to make good. Both these ex-
officials are dead, and True Democrat
does not wish to go into these matters
their full depth. We only wish to
show that such things have happened,
and can happen again, Governor Brow-
ard and his gang's claims to the con-
trary, notwithstanding. We have no
desire to dig up these old affairs-just
simply mention them that the people
of Florida may wake up to the fact
that even if Nopoleon Bonaparte
Broward tells he and his angels can do
no harm, that there is a possible and
big chance that they can, and when
they sacrifice the time the people are
paying them to stay in their offices to
look after public business, so anxious
for so much supreme power, the peo-
ple had better be careful what they do,
or some day some bad history may be
repeated and Florida made to suffer
some more at the hands of unbonded
and unaccountable officials. Now, do
not mistake us; we do not charge that
Broward and officials have don't real
dishonest acts. We do not know such
to be the fact, but we, like other
Floridians. have a good right even now
to be suspicious of them when they are
spending so much money from I. I.
funds and are refusing to publish item-
ised statements of such expenditures
at least once in six months, if not
monthly. Is there any honest, legiti.
mate reason why the public should not
now be taken into their confidence and
advised of their sets even to the
minutest? If they treat Florida so
new, what may we not expect If we
pass their eenstltutIonal amendment
and make Magul OCsars of them ? Vete
Does a e of me o the TIme-Union
indulged in by Governor Broward e-
ome a reel. actual, sure-enough h -
ernor b It not that him a tat for
d -aey meo Ihed
Doe ha nt auh evry y ad
everything that doae not fall.oto hI.
ahe. (or mes of rwd riek-
*ten beig worked though hin), ay
and all who 4wll not toedy to and fawn
at their feet because they are oieaals
with schemntg axes to grind ? It is re-
frwhing to note that most, and the
bet Flrwideuso are repdiating Mm
and is methodal It isseof' peas.
la that aidtUom dly odw th e .
ple, by a saf majesty next tuday.
will repudiate his aWd his bheshm 'a
great *Reto for pwer to bilUd
poitcal eia.m in Frma. W
nwide m OW Jm a
Asth the lasutt*ti n M I
*V99W te te w
Importame at "sing care ni mashing e"a
iate sad t will be priN 0e1r-lrWot smtaser of
* the bi t, meof them with tiflio au- andom .s
"TYes" 9ittedopposite to it, th#'her 0100 1 111" *
With the on *No." Those w1WVsh -ow3, ot b. i [
to vote inl0 fa of any .m du W l fe betS wi tWaBna
put a cross mark opposite the word ta t T Do e peopl vg
"Yes." Those voting against any of Flord ever d ofany statements -
them will put the eross mar opposto ef the ~ a(itenad eof trisetion "-
the word "No." We again rge our ofthl.I.. B d which aw double.
people to let the word "No" be unani- barreled with the Dralnge Boad? We ---
mously crossed on the so-called dram. have monthly statements from the ...
age amendment, and we as earnestly te Tr'asurer of wrietly State e
rge uponthem to put their eress M*rk airs, but never asthing from te V
en the word "Yes" oa the amemda tst Dminm Boa d A thh are, i s
fixg the salads of supreme andir- ther not remn mow h for be
cuit judges. Tis anmeadmet is of the = a, if net 4 aloust Why the
most far-reaching and vital Importance necessity of secrecy? Why keep under
to all of our people, and should by all co hat the people have a right to ---
means be ratified by their votes. Don't know? Do Floridians wish to give the -
fear the a -crow of ncreaseof txa Osar more power by OoeMtltaim. Do Vot
tion, for it will not have the effect of they need or deserve more power? Mr.
increasing any man's tax by a cent. Voter, will you deliberately make fve
Leon county especially should vote for men, who now reuse to ake you ito l
it unanimously, as the officials affected their confidence, your master, In fact, Vot
by the proposed increase in salaries all instead of keeplag them. as they are
live here among us, and our people get supposed to be, and aho be, yase-
direct benefit of what is paid them. A vents? Peas that CetitfNtial amend ---
ballot correctly marked as herein ug- moat sad you reverse the sitstim, we ...
gested will be found in this lsse in will then be governed by five Mogud
another column. Czars, and all can guess what that will Yet
It matters not that these judges poor- mean. Will you do it? We believe
ly paid as they are, endeavor to faith- not. ---
fully perform their duties, be the salary For their Own Same.
ever so small, the people cannot afford Thei governor replying to an objec- Vo
to allow their judicial eeffiers to serve tion s ay the treasurer is already un
them at least a fairly just compensa- der bond of one hundred thousand dol-
tion. Voters, if you wish to secure the lars. Now if the Governor thinks that
tion Voters, if you wih to secure the bond protects the drainage fund which Vot
services of good criminal court Judges in never paid to the treasurer, let him
vote "Yes' on the amendments fixing ask his lawyer. If he does not think
theirsalari. so, will he admit that he is trying to -
The game of politics is a peculiar and fool usT-Short Talks.
funny game. Men who bitterly op- Of course he wont, he is not going to Vot
posed Governor Broward in his cam- admit anything that will have a ten-
paign for governor are now warmly dency to throw any light an the covered
supporting*his drainage scheme, while
others who as warmly supported him in up secrets of the Internal Improvement
his gubernatorial race are as strongly Board's doings. Has not there been in- -
opposing the drainage amendment. You stances where State offices, through
can't always sometimes tell where the the slick work of bad out-side advisers
professional politician will land.-Madi- and friends, good State officers, men
son New Enterprise. and friend, good State officers, men
And that is just one good reason why led into so handling and placing State
the people of Florida should be very par- funds, that the State was a great looser ...
ticular in placing too much power in thereby, and the said State officers, one Foz
the hands of a few men (5 unbonded a State Treasurer and the other a Com-
and unaccountable ones especially.) missioner of Agriculture, were as good Vot
In his dealings with his politicalfriends, men, If not better, than are those who
to cite it, in two glaring instances, and are holding those offices now. No five
no doubt there are many others, with officials should desire such powers and
Hon. Jno. W. Tench, of Gainesville, privileges as are being asked for now,
and Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton, of Jack- "roR THBIR OWN sAKUS," to say noth- -
sonville, truly it is a fact "that you ing of the many other good reasons for For
can't always sometimes tell where the for not making them masters of the
professional politician will land you?" people of Florida. Vot
If the people of Florida vote to pass Who attends to the business of the
that drainage scheme amendment next executive at Tallahassee while the gov- --.
Tuesday, we will find to our sorrow, ernor is cavorting over the state, at-
when Governor Broard and his slick ternpting to fool the people into voting COD
for %hi pet scheme. so that he may Vot
professional politician machine building build up a great political machine.- A
caarish mogul allies "will land" us all. Short Talks. the
Will you vote them that power? We And echo answers, who May be 85t
believe not. Just possible a greater part of the busi- tab
That Albert HRobertcommne is not being attended to, and be it Cot
tion, which has been published by re- remembered, too, the pr nt playing
quest of the "dignified governor. "does governor is rettng an ine about th s
not prove in the least that the proposed ry (,000) for cavorting" bout the
amendment thrown any safe guards State in the attempt to build up that the
around the tmn who wih to b powerful political machine for him and 85
around the gentlemen who wlsh to b h- .is "lIs ehs
come our rulers, with unheard of priv- -Co i
ileges and powers. Their being bonded Don't imagine that Mr. Strsau is the for
as 8tate officers does not protect the first Jewish citizen to become so promi- w
people against them as a drainage nent in thi country, as Jefferson Davis
board. Even now, as members of the appointed Hon. Judah P. Benjamin, a ofA
I. I. and drainage board, they do not Jew. as Attorney General of the Con- of,
publish itemaised statomenets of receipts federacey. Metropolis. And almhnost Jud
and expenditures, ad a it is, the Le- every community has among its very X
islature may get after them and make best eldtiNsa and buines m- its A
hem sosount. Adopt that amendment Jews. Our Jewish friends he have brf
n~d they wfll hold Florida it the p ham dfthis the geerl- umtn.u op Sa
of their hands.to dowith as theyhos. e ..
Now since they are a poweretl and The'as aigfe tU the wood pile" A
gret at time, what may we not zx- to aids dta ge puopeltsm, whch the gl
pact from them If the power they are s.paeyes wIll 405 dissever 11 the ed
so anxious for is give. -Voter will you smadmmt isol Be s Mll
give it, we believe ma, I ct I he1 9 *
of he Fisoia kaow wharrtd aLeh U MS wliB A
ad l etr al yMea. tr. Sm. et a ,
Son t a 6a apdea fi W. ft. Parm an of husies
.the tthohf our e ay, to i I 1ies, to tie -w
Mm Mdm s w-- '-' m we te t w g ali t-he --a-t-i-nal Asmad--
she she at esaeaat ew em** duhege, end gice* a
~-~~asI~sI m~l~j~F In ainsemfr'the ftm tat in in him."
4M i it eCity kiaus
mow. beetIf *eAgsuw is deawas sohis one. A,
Wre PuNbil IsImih n hi lMe *owthat lve"Ovey ed ~a lot Ot,6
,A-" atve saddo* eatlela Seare ;-&-- ~- anm*.lau *moami ela ow
I" levedsaid his* I -Wapas.edenpesaw ae.-a e
gaiuse aid we' hpe e*rwyundueof
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&&- n wis a vela nyour nsad th psp~s
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stand Sft he govumanme0.U4
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For Railrohad Cmmasamr.
W. CLARK BEACH.
NZWTM A. BLMTCH.
B. UD=mN Bum
A. C. SLL.
JOHN W. AE7D IRMN.
t for Two.
A" 8. vLLS.
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For Tax Assessor.
to for One.
WO. AMUS. ___
For Tax Collector.
e for One.
V. A. D ILLY. -.
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For Conuty Treasurer.
it for One.
JOHN E.PERKINS .
For County Commissioners.
t for Five.
E. C. SMITH.
R. G. JOHNSON.
W. U. STOUTAMIRE.
* Member of Board of Public In-
te for Three.
JOHN H. PATKERSON.
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r Supervisor of Registration of Elec-
te for One.
S. V. CHATRES.
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te YES or NO.
Lmandment to the Constitution by
addition of Sections 82. 88, 84 and
to Article XVI, providing for the eas
lishment of a Board of Drainag*
nmisioners, Drainage Districts, and
the reclamation and drainage of
mVp and overflowed lands.
Amendment to the Constitution by
addition of Sections 82, 8, 4 and
to Article XVI, roviding for the
abolishment of a Board of Drainage
mmiss oners, Drainage Districts, and
the reclamation and drainage of
amp and overflowed lands.
amendment to Section 9 of Article V
the Constitution relating to salaries
Justioesa of the Supreme Cort and
00f C the rit Cot. j
amendmmet to 8eatiom 9 of Article V
60 Ce-titreal rewn to a ealarie
uMe of th or t a
amUmest s a" Se timdSa to Ar-
e V of t .. Oem _ftetes ow t
e"a of Judges of Crteaal a
*a km atid i
of i40t of a CK i IN
b CoaCty -ad xa1g isa .
- - W;ir li- ---- -
.:- T WON-
-C- 71- -
Jacksaygl, at... o .X 119.
A1resOe tat as --. of -s
i ita hw beeb wsabmltted to the
*Isees -t Florida to pus p"O, in
a-o yeamr, Fham the pr pus drain-
age amadamemt to the Coutitutoa
-It 6 of aso mus importamee that it
shalod et be omtidered from th
staadpolut of factional politics, o
how it may effect te politic status
of any ofWal or individual, but only
thai of interest to the people of the
State. Without other interest than
love of my native state and her people
who have bestowed npon me high hon-
ors, I have thought it proper to give
some brief expression of my views on
I am opposed to the amendment for
the following reasons :
1. 1 do not think that the Everglades
can be drained so as to become avail-
able for cultivation without the expen-
ditere of a larger sum of money than it
is practicable for the state to raise
without the serious oppression of a
large number of her eitisens.
2. It is not the part of wisdom to
spend money on drainage while the
very lands sought to be drained are in
litigation, claimed by various compl-
anies under legislative land grants.
Many lawyers are of the opinion that
by vesting the legal title of the swamp
lands in the Internal Improvement
Board, the legislature did not divest
itself of the power of further controll-
ing the disposition of the lands.
Whether or not this opinion is sound,
it is better to suspend operations until
the courts have finally decided.
3. The proposed amendment would
S -4mibne in five individuals the legisla-
tive powers of levying taxes, the exec-
utive powers of carrying on drainage
operations and expending the mon-
ies raised by taxation, and the quasi
judicial powers of determining what
lands they will class a alluvial or
swamp and overflowed. This is con-
trary to the principles of republican
form government, which is careful to
keep those three departments separate
4. The powers vested in the drainage
commissioners are without those limi-
tations which are necessary for safety.
The uncontrolled handling of vast sums
of money which w uld go into their
hands might develop a political ma-
chine of proportions greatly to the in-
jury of our people, without questioning
the integrity of the present board, we
cannot know who will be their succes-
sors or fill their places in after years.
5. The taxation feature would abro-
gate to that extent the clause of the
constitution, as it now exists, requiring
"a uniform and equal rateof taxation."
By the proposed amendment the board
of drainage commissioners "are author-
ized and empowered to establish drain-
age districts and fix the boundaries
thereof * * to prepare a list
or lists of all the alluvial or swamp and
overflowed lands within such drainage
districts and levy thereon a acreage tax
not exceeding ten cents per acre, to be
fixed annually." It is made the duty
of the respective collectors to collect
sn tax. There is no limit to the con-
tinuation of such annual assessments,
nor is there any restriction to the ex-
tent of the drainage district. The
lands to be taxed may be ten, fifty or a
hundred miles from the lands drained,
they may not be benefitted in the slight-
est by the drainage operations, or the
owner might not want his loads dramedt,
yet if they lie within the drainage die.
trict and are listed for ta.atils by the
commissioners, he mut pay the ta as
long as it is asseaed o Ari his loads
to be confiScated. If mo's a oa were
listed for drainage t ens that se
not in fact alluvial, wialIp r over-
flowed (which I am infi Ied aI be'm
done in some caes), it is very doubtful
whether the owner would have any re-
liefs against such action of the com-
missioners. The taxationm is not accord-
lg to vats. A, who may own 00
eesae of nd worth 100.00 has to pay
the sIme tax that B pays on 500 acres
of load worth .6,00.00, if both tracts
for taxation in the same
district. C mayown laodsad-
Aer8, but tylage outsold of the
-Ew dotiset, yet A and Bare taxed
dO epme taxes. Let not these
pec m ta- n
leeein met s faBehin
THAT PROPOSED AMlNDMENT1
THE 'RFAT' POWER ASKED FORI 1906
NO FVE MEN SHOULD DESIRE TO U OUR MASTERS!
WI o ar Seps Veeo MaBn a ea f nwv DSBnM rC.mid.asne MMats f she Whel People of
wmeM, wh Ws 3B Ume* Wm u eiMuU-emsab.er TheIr tos l AstI MILLINERY AND
Saste Joint Resolution No MS:
BA a Joint resolution ropoaft an
amnadb~meto Article 16 of te Co"sti-
tution the State of lord relating
to the dranag, reclamation and Im-
provement of the swamp and overflow-
e the areatio or a ndard of
da a i Commisslmoner, prearibing
it and dutie, authoriingthe
eatabls hmet of e distress, a
drainage system, the building of canals,
levee dikes and reservoirs for pur-
poses of drainage, irrigation and com-
merce, the assessment of lands to be
drained, reclaimed, improved and bene-
fitted by means thereof,the collection of
necessary fwnds by Wssessment of ben-
8ta oftaxa~tIo. and providing for the
ma ent matenance thereof,
and for exercise of the right of emi-
nent domain, and for the sale and uses
of said lands for the purpose of drain-
age reclamation and improvement of
said swamp and overflowed lands within
the State of Florida.
The following amendment to Article
XVI of the C'Astitution of the State of
Florida be and it is hereby agreed to
and shall be submitted to the electors
of the State at the general election to
be held on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in November, A. D. 1906,
for ratification or rejection.
Section 82. The Governor, the Comp-
troller, the State Treasurer, the Attor-
ney- General and the Commissioner of
Agriculture of the State of Florida,
and their successors in office, are here-
by constituted and designated as a
Board of Drainage Commissioners, and
in any portion of the state a constitu-
tional amendment which will impose
upon them such unequal and oppressive
taxation. Nor, from a selfish view,
can they know when a drainage district
will be laid off which will include their
land. If we make an innovation of the
present constitutional limitation for the
purpose of drainage, what will be the
next scheme to draw us away from the
safe rule of uniform and equal taxa-
6. The power of eminent domain
which is bestowed upon the commis-
sioners, without the previous payment
to the owner of the value of his land
taken, is an unwise innovation of the
law of eminent domain as it now exists.
I trust that every voter will give the
subject that careful investigation and
consideration which its importance de-
mands, and cast his ballot as he hon-
estly believes is for the interest of
Florida. F. P. FLEMING.
THE NEW GENERAL STATUTES.
Prom 8L Augustin Raeeorl.I
One of the greatest recent undertak-
ings in the field of the art preservative
in this State is the printing of the new
General Statutes of Florida. This Im-
portant and stupendous task wa as-
signed the Record Company by the spe-
cial committee of revision, consisting
of Hon. Benjamin S. Liddon, of Mart-
anna, former chief justice of the Su-
preme Court of Florida; Hon. J. C. B.
Kooned, Representative from Sumpter
county in the State Legislature and ed-
itor of the Sumterville Times, and Sen-
ator West, of Milton.
To the entire committee the next
Legislature will have cause for extend-
ing cordial thanks for their faithful
A comprehensive review of the new
statutes is given by Hon. Mr. Koonce
in his paper of last week, and it is so
thorough, and, moreover, official, that
it is reproduced in this issue of the
Record. It is as follows:
"The new General Statutes of Flor-
ida have beeoon printed and are now be-
Ing delivered to the Secretary of State
at Ta-hasmse for distribution among
the edleeorsof the State and various
eountles. Theprinting was done by
the Rerd Company, at St. Augustine,
ad ift doe Ins the Very best manner.
The printing is ear and distinct and
the = is exelaent. The book is
rather large-neosarly so-contain-
ing 18641 pa he rst 161 pages;
Z Lta P = t of the United
States, Withe a nts thereto,
Mwand =-annotated with
0ted f ortconstruction of
same, sad th. of the State
of Florida, with the amendments there-
to. Each of these Constitations is in-
dexed. After the Constltuatons come
the statute kws of the State, being
embraced in the Pagm f l2to 1488.
The Appmedx with-de toaao, oom-
priing the laws of na rm-
neat mature ted 06. h are
not embraced tn th body of the work,
is contained in the pages mro 14 to
21S. The rem asr of the ook.
pages, is the tdo to the general ws.
"Th law. emstedby the Legislature
of 136 whIch exm v anmand for-
-Mr ast of theLsgishtne aro the
body adH w beak, 0 4 d-
m m- _-^^^^^^^ --^B k- *****Bll
are hereby authorisd and empowered
to establihA a system of canals, drains,
levees, dyke and reservoirs of such di-
mensions and depth, as, in the judge-
ment of said Board of Drainage Com-
missioners, is deemed advisable, to
drain and reclaim the swamp and over-
flowed lands within the State of Flor-
kda or such parts or portions thereof as
is deemed best by said Board of Drain.
age Commissioners from time to time,
and to provide for the irrigation of the
lands reclaimed, and to maintain such
drains, canals, levees, dikes and reser-
voirs in such manner as will be most ad-
vantageous to the territory so drained
the State of Florida, its inhabitants and
the commerce thereof.
Section 88. That the Board of Drain-
age Commissioners are hereby author-
ised and empowered to establish drain-
age districts and fix the boundaries
thereof in the State of Florida. That
the Board of Drainage Commissioners
be and It is authorised and empowered
to prepare a list or lists of all the allu-
vial or swamp asd overflowed taxable
lands within such drainage district or
districts, and levy thereon an acreage
tax not exceeding ten oents per acre
per annum to be fixed annually by said
Board of Drainage Commissioners, and
the various tax assessors of the various
counties embraced In a part or in whole
within such drainage district or districts
shall receive such list or lists and enter
the same upon the tax rolls of the coun-
ty or counties in which such lands may
ie and thb amount so levied by the
Board of )rainage Commissioners in
such manner and oran as may be pre-
The general plan of the work follows
the revision of 1892. That it may be
easy for the lawyers of the State to fa-
miliarize themselves with the new
book, the sections of the Revised Stat-
utes of 1892 are given in parentheses im-
mediately following the section number
of the new book, the original act being
noted on the margin. All acts subse-
quent to the revision of 1892 are noted
on the margin of each page. Sections
which have been consolidated or in any-
wise revised are so noted on the mar-
gin, and any new matter inserted by
the Revision Commission (adopted by
the Legislature of 1906) has no refer-
ence to any act of the Legislature.
This will make it easy for the bar to
see what new matter has been inserted.
(There is very little of this.)
"The book contains all the laws of
the State which are in force and the
new book will take effect thirty days
after the Governor's proclamation, so
that hereafter the laws cited in the
court will be from the General Statutes,
instead of the Revised Statutes, the
name being changed to prevent confu-
sion. Six thousand copies have been
printed-3,000 unbound and 3,000 bound.
The bound volumes (full law sheep) are
to be valued at $6 each and the unbound
at $3.60 each. They can be had of the
Secretary of State, at Tallahassee only.
The entire publication is to be delivered
to the State, and no other copies can
For the information of the public, it
may be stated that the entire edition
will be forwarded to Tallahassee early
in November. The Governor's procla-
mation is being printed, and will be
made an insert in each volume. It is
expected that the first delivery will be
made in Tallahassee before the first of
Is a clause that means nothing-abso-
lutely nothing-yet it is one that is
sometimes heard. A case in point
was brought to our notice a few days
ago. The Democrat is charged with
"trying to dictate to the people how
they shall vote."
We deny the charge.
We have not, and have never had,
any such thought.
If we had the power to dictate we
would lack the desire.
A man's vote is his own-his to use
for the public good.
The man who would undermine that
right is an enemy to goud government
and to honesty in public works.
We believe in, and have faith in the
intelligence and good intentions of the
In all things we cheerfully accept the
decision of th people
We also believe that a newspaper has
a work-a work whichh it should do well.
When there Is before the people a
question demanding their consideration,
an issue to be settled by public for the
public good, a principal, any subject in
fact effecting the public there is the
work, for such papers as have the cour-
age of their convictions- the nerve to
say whe they stand.
That is not dictation, it is comment. -
At least two railroad corporations-
the Atlantic Coast and L. N.-are
not opposing the amendment. And for
thbe leof as we cannot sm why any
railroad company should oppo It, as
they have every toh ga and moth-
ng to lo by lts he pe
pImtare oneswho wi I
a of ae mumasath
TOM^ ^^ jo
eribed by the Board of Drainage Com-
menisiones from time to time, which
amounts shall becollected by the various
tax collectors of the counties wherein
such levies have been made as other
taxes are collected in accordance with
law and pay over said amount collected
to the Board of Draiae Commisslon-
ers. Said Commissioner shall have a
lien superior to all other liens upon the
taxable lands in any sueh drainage dis-
trict, to be enforced by tax levy, for
the cost of any work done under the
provisions hereof, or done, prior to the
adoption of this amendment under the
provisions ofan act of the Legislature
passed in 1906.
Section 84. That the Board of Drain-
age Commissioners be and it is author-
ized to exercise the right of eminent
domain in the condemnation of land for
the location of its canals, drains, levess
dikes and reservoirs for the purpoems
aforesaid, and many enter upon, take
and use such land as it may pending
condemnation proceedings deem neces-
ary for huch purposes, and in ascer-
taining the compensation to be paid for
such land or right-of-way, benefits to
be derived from such drainage shall be
considered by the ury.
Section &5. The Legislature may
provide for the asseessment of benefits
derived by lands by reasons of such
drainage, and the collection thereof;
the proceeds therefrom shall be paid to
the Bourd of Drainage Commissioners
to be used by them fot such drainage
Subscribe to The True Democrat.
Best Negrees favor Law -ad Order.
The better element of the colored
people of the South favor law and or.
der, and if they in every community
will come together as they have re-
cently done in Alabama, much can be
done by them In helping to right many
wrongs. Read the following:
Montgomery, Oct. 27.-Neroes of
Alabama, headed by Booker T. Wash-
ington at Negro day at the Alabama
agricultural fair, adopted resolutions
endorsing the organisation of law and
order leagues throughout the State to
suppress crime among members of their
race. The resolutions were adopted
after a stirring speech byGov. William
D. Jelks and Booker T. Washington.
Governor Jelks said that the races
are living under conditions now that
cannot last. The conditions must bet-
ter or the raes must separate. He ad-
vised the negroes to treat the members
of their race, who have no regard for
law, as outcasts from their race, and in
the meantime inculcate in the coming
generations the ideas of good citizen-
ship, thrift, cleanliness and industry.
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The argurnent forthedr. aiage amend-
ments is confined to the Everglades. I
Read the amendment for yourself and
see if Everglades in mentioned one sin-
gle time. The fact is, the measure ap-
plies to the whole State, and Pana-
soffkee Lake or Sumpter county could
be declared a drainage district and we
be taxed accordingly.-Sumpter Time.
What'sbttefor rriend than
a good photo oyrself. Capital City
Photo Gallery. of dams and Clinton
streets. 3 84
Nov. 5-10, 1906
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Announce a rate o
Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville
and return for the Public,
and one cent per mile for
Military Companies and
Brass Banda. Rates apply
from all Agency Stations on
Seaboard in Florida.
DATE OF SALE.
November 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
Final Limit, All Tickets
November 11, 1906.
CALL ON YOUR TICKET AGENT.
CBeap fbr CauU
One more Runaway Horse for sale.
Must goas we do not propose to keep
an unsae animal. Four already sold.
Apply at the Kemper Stables.
32-m C. A. Shoemaker, Proprietor.
A splendid yoke of oxen, 5 years old;
new broken and good weight. Apply to
E. M. Mabrey or 0. Van Brunt. 85-4t
Wagon and HarnmeJ sale cheap.
Apply to W. L. MooiTallahassee.
A select assortment ot elegant Belt
and Sash Pins t. Nieholson, the
IF YOU WANT CASH
for Your REAlM ESTATE or BUSINESS
I CAN GErT IT
No Matter What Your Property is Worth. or in What Town,
., City, State or Territory It is Located.
Sif I did not have the ability and facilil, teo it ) our prpa rty, i certainly could not ay -
ford to per o this advertiimmeant. This "ad" (Ilik all my othlr 'Iad") practically aure
to plaf on my lit a number of new proetrties. ad I -m Just a sure to ql the proper
ti and make enough money h ceomm ions to pay for the east of theme ad". and make
a ad prodt beside. That is why I gsa a. large a real eatato busin today
Why not put your propetyamong the number that wUI beeldaaasultof thaes"adr
t will not only be able to melt It-me time--but will be a" to mil It quickly. I am a
p listalt In quicksale. I ave the mot complete and aW-tdat e lpent. I have
bianch oices throughout the country and a field forest of m to And buyre.
I do not handle allline usually carried by the or-
dinary real estate esnts I MUST 8KLL real a.
tate-and lota of It-or -o nut of business. I a ma-
sure you I amla mt goon out of business. On the
e* *ntrary., I expect to nd, at the close of the yaar,
Sthat I -have old twice A many propertIes aldid
Slhe pmt year. but It wiU Brat be n e ary fer meto
I"t'" moresopeT I want to l Ut YOURS and
s8LL It. It doesn't matter whether you hea a
Farm, a home without any mland. or a business; It
doesn't matter what it is worth .or where it is io-
cated. If you will fill out the blank letter of Inquiry
below and mail It to nm today I will tel you how and
why I can quickly convert the property Into eash.
and I will give you my complete plan
FMRU 0W CHA5C=
and terms for handling It. T7a Information I will
rivea you win be of great value to you. even it you
should decide not to ell. You had better write today before you forget it.
It fou want to buy ayR kind of aFarm. House or ueimmI, t oany paI of the country.
tell me your rq mnts. I will ngartee to All tem promptly sa m sfactoriy.
SDAVID P. TAFF, The Land Ms,
45T Kases AveL Top"k. Kams.
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At Edlen's Emporium, 204
p'. .- ..
Thursday, Oct., 16, 17, 18.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend this, our Fall Opening of Pattern Hats and Fine Millinery Novelties. This will be the
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF HIGH ART MILLINERY
Several hundred of the latest American and Parisian styles will be on display for your
give us a call on the above days.
We will produce the goods that will be convincing.
W. F. BANKS, Manager.
I- r-' =
TIlL TRUE D tMOCRATO
0*3 CO ums, Mralsber.
FULMUND VERBY S RIDAY MORNING.
Amons all the several church wed-
O aofathe pet five years in society
ctrels in this city none have been more
neatly and tastefully arranged, and few,
If any e subject of so much wide.
rand Intoerest that of Mims Martha
lanor. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry 4. Damon and Mr. Stephen A.
fP Jr., son of Mr. S. A. Pase, Sr.,
8 0o'cock last evening In the frat
rah The interior of that
ebdi waa ussuamlly attractive in its
droro of gree" and whites, with
Wak and white andr d the
uuteh tom to the general sect of
pr tte sad the o lon of festival.
aqii M the door of the church
Scope. the invited guest and
iudiaT othe tinv d d
6 ontr pub ed M A terior to
OT Prior to the coming of
t party a dainty ogram p
lo e V n W i "All
Mo" Id weH a I dekI; a violin solo,
a Nm de by D Ike, liven by Mr. Ben
E a:mkiO, a _ea.l soli from Mr.
llr Nua, "I Love You DearI." by
ISarttt. The three talented muf-
ca proved mrain that they are artie
of who the public is ever proud to
her. Miss Daort MeKie, of Waea, was
the ,ofleomt pianlet for the numbers,
and also played Mendelssohn's wedding
march at the coming of the proceeession
and the march from ohenirrin at the
goiln of the twain from the sacrd pre
eneat of the altar. The order of the
proceeson was, Miss Mable Key and
Mr. Joe imklns, Miss Lila Jester and
Mr. Will Damon. Miss N0l Harris, of
Waco and Mr. Gordon Damon, Miss
Ida Wood and Mr. Ton HIckey, Miss
Annie Halbert and Mr. Phillips, of Ty-
ler, Mie Lou iee Pace and Mr. Palmer
Blandlng Miu Mabel Fleming, of Dal-
las andli Mr. Homer Pace, bridesmaids
and their attendants. Then came Mrs.
J. A. BSanders. of Wharton, a relative,
a matron of honor, followed by Misn
Nanerle Hardy, maid of honor, and
Mr Campbell Alien, who was best man,
and who entered with the groom from
the side entrance on Collins street.
The bride came down the north aisle
upon her father's armto the altar
where e ave gaveher away. Miss Key
and Miss Jester and Mr. Simkins and
Mr. Damon were ushers. Rev. Dr. Car.
roll, of Waco, oflciated. making the
ceremony beautifully impressive with
hI. eloquence and distinguished appear-
Svilowindg the ceremony at the church,
the bridal party and the invited guest,
to a very lare number, went to the
Damon residence, on West Third ave-
nue, where an elegant reception was
fivon. Amid the Joy of the festivities
es O lovely home the delicious wed
dhte ake was out, and Miss Mabel
ea afinbecame the winner of Its hid-
deni trophy by riffht of conquest. And
in a like moment of felicity the win-
oease bride, the center of all that was
Joy and happiness--albeit the room
was in no measure les filled with
pleasurable anticipation over his very
own-std upon the w tairs and with a
ear free hand tossed the beautiful
bouquet of violets and bride's roses
nte the company below, Mia Ida
Wood winning the token. Eleven
o'clock marked the hour of departure
for the southbound train, which the
eam boarded for their bridal tour
11t. 21mes with the loving wishes
of the prty to give them bon JOWey.
Preois a ad masvy were the wadding
if from friends of t raamouple,
pmin t amona which were two very
Spunch bows, a from the mentlo-
ai attendants and the other from
Capt Jamee Garrity. Both Mr. Pus,
r., ,dr. lamenoa iavea lar quam -
tit! 07fe silver -wes.
OT4adal evev= iWat the realdenee
$Ieoa'f r elaborate
ft a e-em
sslaters of the groom. Mr. Joe Sim-
kins gave the dainty toast to the bride,
winning the applause of the listening
company. The feast was at once gra-
cious and all that could be desired upon
the eve of so Joyous an event in the
life of this excellent young man of
social and business prominence-the
iEroom-to-be.-CorsieanM, Tex., Courier
Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M.
Poaee, Pastor.-Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.80 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 8.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00p. m. All members
requeted toattend. The publ and
strangers specially invited worship
First Baptist Church, on Clinton St.,
near Adams, Ryev. Frank W. Cramer,
pator -Bible School, Lord's Day, 10 a.
m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7.80p.m. Junior Baptit Union 4pm.
Seor B. Y. P., U.,.6p. 4 m. four of
p.m. AU or ini ed
St. John's ne4omal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.--Servies:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and7.80p.m. Friday, p.m. St.Mi-
chaeal's colored) Service: Sundays,
4 p. m. Frdays, 4.80 m.
Christian mense.-Servioee we bald
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. mn., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of theposto i e. This room is
also used as aChritian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sunday,
between the hours of 10 Tand o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.
By Chicago wholesale and mail order
house, assistant manager (man or
women) for this county and adjoining
territory. Salary $20 and expenses paid
weekly- expense money advanced.
Work pleoaant; position permanent. No
investment or experience required.
Spare time valuable. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose self-ad-
dressed envelope. Address General
Manager, 134 E. Lake Street, Chicago.
Mr. Carter admonished the voters to
follow the example set in New York
State, but he forrot to tell them that
the constitution of New York State was
not amended for the purpose of creat-
ing such a board as our proposed amend-
ment create. The improvements were
made by direct legislation. That's the
way it should be here.-Sumter Times
Mr. Carter also probably failed to
mention that. In spite of proper legis-
lative safeguards provided by the New
Yorkers (none of which are provided ir
our proposed amendment), the expendi-
tures so far exceeded the estimates,
and official corruption and graft were
so plainly evident, that a scandal which
smelled to the skie resulted and sus.-
pended over the Republican party of
that State such a cloud that the leaders
not only sidetracked and frowned on
Governor Black's aspirations for re-
nomination, but refused to permit his
name to be even mentioned in their
State convention. In New York Black
was the scapegoat; I Florida-who?
It ls more fun to ee a manread a
puff on himself I a newspaper than to
ee a fat man s ap on a banana peel.
The narrow minded man reads It over
seven or eight'tUme, and then goes
around to aroriate what copies hbe
can. The kind hearted sman go
around to the oce and what he
owes. The successful bualnm man
who advertises rularly and makes
money by It li iiaele otarts ot to
a. the editor and t'e two wale 1-
lently down the street and the buelness
man take sugar in hai and thiy both
eat a etove or two. andlife is sweeter
and peace settle down on their heart
for moments. Sush i the eIporieace
of a mustard eed that falbo e differ
at grametd.---Geaneavi S.a
A to --A. -w Ner
10t b Wee n l.er
Notice of Intention to Apply
for Letters Patent.
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN OP TH3 IN-
S tento the undeiaWed to apply to the
Governor tOe State of lortids after the publi-
esUim tfs mtsei one s week for four omoeg-
uttve wee"s, for letters patet, Int rporstin
th tem ir m mosl and s& aceesmors. Into a body
=lt ad mmpmtoe, by the name of Tallahase
ll CIO for the purpose. and upon
the tr.o n in theIr proposed charter, a
esy of which bI given below:
Tues. H. LLOTD,
TOs. H. .BeOND,
A. B. BLAcKsuaN.
We. the sndersined, do hereby sesoslat our-
seves for the pwpou of beesmna incorporated.
Under lw te the State of trtida to tanmet,
for t the bUiness Ar laaftr set forth; sad
we o tie following o the arter of the
CHAErTZ Or TALLAHABBSE HARDWARE
The onm f th eMrperame shall be. Tallahae-
elw awe emIany- ltdoit pisipal p mtoe
ether u fe P Mr ranti. wianth.
b uslo cn.
M&2 d1W SateoflM
m or otherwise;
te aufturoof mairles. brick. tone.
ad another babulldl- imastere. sad the aquir-
Ins. Ming, l ins, ntestn, selling and oon.
wylnr ofs uch rel Irmoerty a, may be required
for the purp-e of thI =n:mms
The amount of the Pital stock shall be ten
thousand dollar., to be divided into two hundred
shares of fifty dollars each of which sixty shares
must be subscribed and fully paid, before th. som-
pany does any business. The balance of the capi-
tal stock shall be issued and disposed of as the
Board of Directors mar determine. The capital
stock may be Incread, at any time,. by a two.
thirds vote of the stockholders. to twenty-five
The naid company %hall exist for fifty years, un-
Isa .uoner dissolved.
Th business of the company shall be conducted
by the following offere.o via: A President, a Se.
r.tary. a Treasurer and a Board of Directors, and
tuch subordinate olAers as the Board of Directors
may appoint. T hee ee of Seeretary and Tress
arer may be filled by theoanme person. The Board
af Directors shall sonas al three members to br
elected by the stockholdeWr from their number. at
the annual meeting I the stockholders, which
hall be held until otherwise fixed by the stock-
iolders. on te this Wdne.day of July in sach
ewar: but the Boar of Directors may be increased
vot* of the stock heden to nat exeedin seven
members. The Board of Diractors shall elect th
4her office of the company attheir fArt meeting
after the annual meetti of theotoekholders. Th<
following persons shall e the oiere to eordur,
L he business of the company until themo elected at
the first election by the altekbolderand director
shall be quallfid,. via: Tbe H. Lloyd, Prwi-
deat; Thomas H. Bond. Secretary and Treasurer;
ihomas H. Uoyd. TheamM H. Bond and A. B.
The hibet amount of lndeotdnes a or liability
Un which the company eam at any Ume subject It-
fahall l.. ==th.emd U .t
The names ad id the subenbvers
wih the umberaoftsa tioabeerlbed by h
us suhbm.ld thm.i tr s shdam
amtw y of Learn.
B.to t memberted t h Me tahe eh dray ofr
Oetebr. A. I D. me, e s.
e Wa. e.kd A. ai s a shr e .
aoiwe J BON. aM have
bereoarticlnts eabseuthisbed S. tho
as a roamtereerunmme. eo sand eah or
m Nka sedwme at eswIshaes a tled
lsed te th m ad
50 pew cet o
Repair your Boots and Shoes.
f year Soe B by hvths
First Class Work. Sa *sfsetion guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with' my shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Clenin Dyein and Pressing. First-Clas Workmen do this work. Your old
suit 1ew for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
to At. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No ake.
No. 342 CUMton St.. T po No. 275.
NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
When in need of any such work as in my line I
will give the closest figures on the best work that
can be done by ordidary man, such as Painting,
Decorating, Friscoing, Murial Decoratin, Graining,
Hardwood Finishing, Marbelizing.
Confectioner E Crocer
THU OHOICEST AND PRESHS T GOODS AT THE LOWEST LWVIN
"O. W, 0L&
Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
PU a tdMOM fMUM& MDO 9 1061ftWINN
Mks e~s oesg to nudilto00IO" updsesi f
soi --- ---- -- -- aanllifto a "noml rum
.m m ba $a" b um elOas=% hernf 42- Of
"W = amanma"aw m" "sd seeR womV
dmn SAM a" Osa~eo oeaa"
of Gaboewo A. at -i- LM O 9 rs e ~t tINCM *Somn :ftew:
Nebry POW NicM wrAZ;IMAIMAMS. fa be IM darin heery MsuU*nto. PrisM eesUma@.
my eemanmkeOMeb, It M OEM am*1me mugs mass'TaG ften bwheo A* rm3@a in ia
39t R.~ w*A 0 f
J. W.16:0 sle O dW.r
star*--* a~ inACthe
as 0& *
ever shown in Tallahassee.
CHASE. EDELEN'S MILINERY
Art Work a Specialty.
LANDSCAPE, MARINE, PORTRAIT
J. W. LYNN, M. A. Tallahassee.
Studio, corner Adams and Clinton Streets.
_ ___ _.
A9A;N' N$ANK OF TALLAHASSEE.
' ..... I' ~i~i I W ^ -- -I I Ii MI ^Ii IMI M. iii ^ MI M H i.BI II I
1R.LOVBD POCKET SAVINGS BANK.L
t yu want to start a beak count? WouM'nt you like to have ome of these little Im-
peket Ba beaks to helpyou to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
S eam deMat B a adellar smaller oeoi. It isof alse convenient to carry in the vest pocket
Wr lawdiMs b i. It IS eady to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want aN osom& ea2-b in t vib i ity.
we ftralMish of tbd baaks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an meint with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. Theme banks are delivered to you
oekedand can only be opened by us.
You would ba urpried to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small ehaoge sad poi ia a sai bank.
It is not wise to atve money keeping t the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves 4;dnmanad besides it Is notmakinaythin. But place it with us and it i earning some-
t W y po eet Interest o all depoitof One Dollarand upwards. Interest periods are
, % of A Wpriland Oetober.
oww lwe give a table bowing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
ais of 818 working days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. r' Interest earned. Total sm't
10e rcayfor 5 years..................$1M.60................. 1-1.14.................... $167.64
e r ay for 6 years.--........-----------....---.. ------....... --------------.......... ....................
Me w cay for 6years.................. 891.----........-----..-..-..... 27.85---...-...-.....--..--------...... 419.10
80e -r say for 6yar--------------.................. 49.50.................. 8842.................... 0.
se o roay for 65years.................. 7860.................. 55.70................... 88.30
100e per oay for 5 years.................1,M6.00..................111.40................... 1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.
STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.
G. LE WIS. Vk--PruIdeat.
B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.
Our Prices W't Make Your Moey
TULLY YAE[ER CO.
Live and Rolling
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST
BUGGIES $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00 amd up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.
PHONE 15. P. 0. Box 338.
Tallahassee, Fla. in-m
Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM THE
I build them under a
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
i CUaCw 00K13?. WNIU OF FLORIDA.
k eaimm Cbmw tauL o
Notice of Incorporation.
The und nd r..that as the
10th day r Nmo 'A. D. f1A. at 10 o'alek a.
.omw a r meidthwaef m a, a t m s Abe tod.
thrwil.l t:M W.th M B. w aIL d-
m.tk ad aessamlate and si la, tattohde
tM ale thbm aw oI a p- ai se aa o. un-
erw t-e flelowla or etrmad art Inm tM
no tow .wl... WI ,erI" l-
a dk.athlel.fa l m if wis wilt beeanl IZ .I
we e fo thad pe a ou ofs tat" to oUM aty at
6w14 ON We &be timey 6.r
etd by th Board of A t :W
OW. C. PAM .
CHARTER OF TAUMAANnEEM PRUBSD
The undenral nature t of the sne to b e t ns-.
aetol by the. aiid orporon shOlbat thTo mnlv-
fahtur .for purptoof ebs O p nem d bodyek,
otta, ti, roo vi the lawd outer tbiMi me
terlsa. whleh o be mea fr h elay hme r ae-
metd. Tbd other like nmta: toeodut a eorpratio
rtatil and whold merIt ehartnd b upon iu.
aM *at letter patent mecordi- to law:
eor itmr of thms orthorsto pnehall bes or on
ham" P Brie Company." It principal
hasnto, Lon out. Flto porlan. Branch offices may
be*, *.tablhd p*t aem oti and p resw may bdel
n alleged by thkin Board of irec and dairtors.products
Therw mne. nature of their buond n to br other an.
atedt by theory anid corporation hall to en: To manu
facture for purposes of sale premeed brick, term
orihtta, leveoofin vitriand pean other buldinto m the-
trialsa, which can be made from delay. oand, e*.
ment and other like material; to conduct a general
retail and wholperation of merchandi business.
or eithermont of them either tok r of principal oron
commisson s or both: to plant. rs, d. cultivate.
ure hundreds shaufatur of tobacco for pue of one hun-
sal, to produce. purchase. sell ans d e rally deal
in all kind fam. ard n and dairy products;
to purchase, us. telosse.aM sell and mortar real
and per al propertyM to loan money and to bor-
ro meetinylled fovnr suh rpbonds. or other se-
curity therefore: and to have and to enjoy all the
rights privileges and pow have been ato the
management and operation of said b*.ine-.
The amount of the capital stock of this corpo-
ration shall be to d thousand dollars divided Into
one hundred shares of the par value of one hun-
dred dollars sash; said capital stock shall be paid
for In lawful moeay of the United States, or oIt
property. labor or sev -a at a just valuation. tA
ineek by thll be orporators, or by the directors af
after letters patent shall have been granted and
before said lorpwrVti sRall transact any buelness.
The uunpald balance due on stoek of the subacrib-
rs hereto shall be paid in the manner aforesald
In euch installmento sad within s"ch time m may
be demnsated by the Soard of Directore. The re-
malninrg stoos hall be sold by the directors from
time to tium. as the mime may be needed. at not
las than Its par value.
The orpoation shall exist for the period of
nlnety-nine year* unkes aaoner dissolved accord-
ins to law.
The siasm ths .rprtlWm I shall be son-
dueted b a ear of net I than three nor ore
than &edStaN. TeDoWmdof DIreters shal
amofest ime damH a r I i t, a Vis O-prel--
nd Tm r. pontmay
SapisM~~aaaearhy to ap int
.- * e* s *e a ear Vnnal
slla ** O eon es .ra be- tl fir at
a yeamr. at ~ a'd a.. L ar as
Si.-s,. a w--.the. ,D
.DW~s.r.. .Ul.. s......e.lds.m
itheutarlet D tMslem wshathbe
Una aIa llbe"hase boo.
U.aK4*IanbUa Ael*O*r th bnilom
of he M-id .uIPU *ei-I sh t be sad by toh
Tle basIn 0 m at iNW seinse Uw e r ItselfUB
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P. 0. BOX 210.
J. M. SAULS.
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work l, the country
latfd n In al J1
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THR TRUE DEMOCRAT. APPEAL
mI Os CfLUS, ft r. I To to rop. o f rIo ia.r.ma .
--- -- -- --- --- -- **-**1 C**at* to Ve-s A-g-te
rUBn.MR VXBT RWDAY MOaNINO. S0e001a Cas ai VseT olJalsS
DtUe6, tesla a ceash.-
Goror Broward had a scheme onTo th People of orlda:
hdr dsWe. the Undersigned Democratic oM-
Twh. drains.o. unke.n .. l of Oeolsa county, desiJre, in jus-
adodrai.somesunken.w----gr ties to the people of this county, to
lo I.n.t ...... ...he mak. following statement to the
So it n; could make It work, thought qalid electors of the State:
he, It ha been said in the prem and on
He would boas the hive like a king be. stump that the people in the Ever-
So he went to work for his great name, (#fad otdringe dispy t ofthe draina
Good or bad he start for th N vor of the payment of the drained
When he met you, drainage was histx.. ir to y that at the May
theme, We desre to say that at the May
And found som who sided with hi primary the race for the Legislature
scheme. was run solely on the drainage issue,
Sand the successful nominee for the Leg-
Others said the job would be heavy, islature, Hon. Arthur E. Donegan, was
On the State, to make such a levy, overwhelmingly elected on a clear-cut
As ta the round of things it would take anti-drainage platform.
To cut the ditch, to drain such a lake. Osceola county was the headquarters
of the Disston drainage canal system.
Broward said tax land in all the State, This county may therefore be styled
Which would Day the bills, at any rate, the drainage county of the State. Our
And tax all the lands both high and people are particularly familiar with
low, the effects of drainage, and are par-
Make them, both weak and strong, ticularly qualified to express an opinion
come to tow. upon the merits of the proposed drain-
S w t... .. age constitutional amendment.
He will grind the poor, and rob the We repeat that the people of this
All o u county have already passed upon this
Al to cut md keep t hot mighty ditch, drainage question and in the race for
Tt wo masy priw rh, orIt maynot the LeAaslature they voted this drain.
But will rob many poor, on the spot. age scheme down and emphatically con-
He says twill make all things fair and diul1ZIt.
ht thBasinger, the nearest settlement of
Ta interested in the sight any size to Lake Okeechobee, voted
To him and bis crowd twil'll be lunny, almost to aman against drainage.
Wil we and others finds 4 the money, The past action of the people of this
w .e money" county in votingoverwhelmingly against
Sovote It down, and shut off the scheme, this drainage scheme is In itself an a-
AnMA the voters be this the theme, peal to the voters of Florida not o
Until Mister Broward and his crowd fasten upon our people this oppressive,
Shall hear it said No, and hear it loud. arbitrary and useless drainage tax.
This is an appeal to you, the fair-
All men should be clear in what they minded people of Florida, to give us
state, your assistance, and to vote against
When In taxing, be clear at any rate, the drainage constitutional amendment.
So then make your proposition right. Respectfully submitted to your favor-
And we will be with you day and night, able consideration,
-Contributed. R. T. BUTLR,
Chairman Board County Commissioners.
Canneo Ta x Itlf. E. L. LSLEY,
Mr. Carter said in his speech here Clerk Circuit Court.
this week that the corporations had W. R JOHNNTON,
grabbed about seventeen million acres ... county Judge.
of the Everglades, only leaving about W. J. SEAR8,
three million for the State. If the Superintendent Public Instruction.
Bord of Internal Improvement ha al- J. M. WALKER,
lowed so much swindling in the pat Sheriff.
what would It do if given more power W. ADER.HOLD,
If the corporations own 17,000,000 Mayor of Kissimmee.
acres of the -verglades and the State W. B. MAKCINlON
only 8,000,000 (as Mr. Carter told us), Tax Collector.
whoe land will be benefited by the J. L. OVERSTREET.
dranag schemeT If the corporations Tax AEssR or.
(or haviduals) don't own it, then J R. GILBTRT, SR.,
where will the taxes come from? The A Treasurer.
State can't collect taxes from itself.-. J o AR LAtnCAn mR,
Summer Times. Supervisor of Regitration and Mem-
ber Democratic State Ex. Comn.
Thea Pumpter TImes truthfully says: T. M. MURPHY,
"Without doubt the safest plan in to President Council Kissimmee.
vote against the constitutional amend- When e. .. -'"" ets half
ment L....d.aina." When Governor roward gets half
ment about drainage. through with his drainage scheme if
Ladles who have particular taste it ever goes that far-it is safe to say
for dainty and beauty ul, yt notcostly, the people will be tired of drainage-of
brooches should see\mi line. I' T. the pocketbook.--Orlando Democrat.
Nicholson, the jewelesV 34 See Collins for your Job Printing.
A itch in 1ime saves ninh
Save many a sick spell
r the child
should keep supplied with Beatrd's HorsMohni m if she
wishesto save her children from serious slok spelf It con-
t.ainsabsolutely nothing injurious, does not oonatipat. Good
for children as well as adults.
A cough often leada to oonsumptlon and should obeaked
A Household Neceity.
J. (C. Smlth, Jrmietnto1, TEXn., writ..t "l havueadi
Ballard' Hur,'lon.l Hyrup In my family for the pst
few years, and find it fulr an jrlor to mny other coagh
medtilno w, htve. triod. vry household abosld me
supplied with this wt.rthy Troaaed,,."'
The Delight of Children.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 d
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.
ad Snow Liniment (.
O00M North Second StUet,
ST. LOUIS, MO., 9 ""
Sold and PRevornmended
Old Kemper Livery Stables.
C. H. 5CHOUMAKBR. Propr.
Under New Management.
EVERY, THING ON WHEELS. 6 TO 100 N. MONROB ST.
GOOD ProMot, 1cmIcNT R=vI.=
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CONTRACTORS. AND BU AS
Aw eddws i
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our expece of U years in the ld
Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) eamble us to guaranty
and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also amke a specialty of .
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"tl
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.
Print and Prosper!
See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I
Everything New and Up-to-date la Mablaohi and Type tae fBt
Grades in Paper and Card Stock, and the Bet Inks, wfti Mes wis
Know Hew to UseThem. The essentials assrm the Best results.
Try u.All Work prmptly dil ON pralsL i1We Nwr DlappM N.
COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Tedephonoe mleMs
CALL PHONE; SEB AND OBT US.
The new Laxative C u
& .t dw 0ot r.. L apa StoOZchOandLKw
Plan t laxative Frit Syrup Com^Cp
Jeff. D. Ferrell,
WHEELWHRIT and BLACKSMITH.
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience .
A portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.
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
Can be built for les than
15 cents a Rod.
4 0- tf Centreville. - Florida.
WJHI TI T
%V REM EDY
THE ONlL ENS FAVIMUT TONIC.
Tml M se *Ip hV **
Ballard*Snow Linlment Co.
s*r. L,*Vu. me.
FOR SALE BY HARDEB-SMITH CO.
BRICK BRICKII BRICKIII
$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot
$8.50 delivered In city
GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH RICHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
- NEW YORK. - -
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington, leaving St. Auustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orfeans.
For full information and sleeper
A. 0. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
r reservations call on any
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 90, 1906.
Mall and pon- ht al and m ..-- .
Nmr. u r. wwr. w. o f W.
. No. 65 No a I NO. No.4 *.1
Ni.. Sunday Dally =.. =ame,. ola.y By
ay only. Sunday. d o .
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MAYO AND ALTON.
P$% I4.3 1411 STATIONL.1. .
I~b~ tb~ bus, "o "ItW
--O-rMM& law mo krwr
As plaft ........... -.4
S- Ib MOt l*p I& lAnd ad Cub bald in tabt 4by tItma l Impr
B 1;m e..._o.- 'ti' : *M And see what we have now on Siae
i..................... S fta
n81 1 .. ............0 .......UL:: U for Fall and Winter. Dress Goods, Do-
Utdw. mestic Goods, Notions, Gents and Boys
',OWN._".bow .#11 M1W o. Clothing and Shoes, also Rirleb,
so e spresseso ----A ---------------------N AN
: et-te hi- 0.a s8 t o bir OS Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes, all
l S aT ofittW e at will ab-at popular pres.
Mrs. er W-- U--Ha sore H. LAki P. G. Rhssu|A
i iMV aW" su WT P. G. l CHARLC -
"I M" wm r ly veon -do .t r p. Man-ge .
t m amythe.sea.t L mrnal Meti Solid ptattee. Prpt pe ment of
wve ymy Other phy a than All pomoA O who may have clamM honest elim. Che nS aftor.
odt st or ar dbted toJo J Du. The Plntme U Stok Inaura
"No, inded," sanswerI Mr. Eddy, ft L ea"to ealu sZl.e Co. P. 0. BwMh" oUner. We
ob 11- Wilk John LNeely. who *? "D 9 HlAVY 0 C IAaBS A2SP iALTY.T
a mmber ^hr WD ba e 4J DuAN. Roomsor half house. Use of t0,
SrM Mm4M Ib, u -* d b- *hot and ool water. Address P. 0. Box
efBet he one tooe a f.rnlMT with or City. 4f ---------
-.a, --e..., ,. . .... W.a VAN BRUNT & DEMGLLY.
S. her t--* -eSo RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE
ehreh, sltow ing mself houe r we
day into which she takes hr drive about COM ANY V OM AN,
This is the third or fourth time
ofthe AssoiatAtd Pressom a no sopeorsdNow a ufnexthtoTrue. Bros
'b 's b Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00 RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR.
to asate rumors with rftne to hw Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,
death. HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
Diamunds, Silverfui and Jewelry. Mon roe Street.
H. N. Swatinr. V 6, OF FORTY ONE STATES.
NesAMtaot ofet My laD ad winter Goods.
ou not bring as much happiness to 3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
Mrs. Lucia Wflkes of Carolmne, Wis.,
as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and e -
Salve, when it completely cured a run- If you become totally disabled es full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ldl
ning sore on her which had tor. a fu and co ee ne o mpl or Gentlemen and Lad
tured her 28 long years. Greatest an- the Company pays your premium Suits. Satisfaction guranteed.
tiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds and without interest and these premiums
Sore. M6c at all drug stores. Cleaning. Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Citing sad
Every vote count, either for good or are not deducted from face of Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
evil. If you vote for the carish
drainage scheme, yo will vote evil po Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by M
ganst the best Interests of your CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS. chant Tailors.
There's e U THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL. Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint,
talking, you can't beat Herbine for tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price .
the liver. The greatest rfulater ever f i
offered to suffering humanity. If you Not take our word for it, A-
stfer from liver com laint, if you are
bilious and fretful, Itayour liver, and but let us prove it to you.
Herbine will put it in its proper condi- O A U
Stion A positive cure for Constipation, A
Blliounes, Dyspepeia and all ills due to INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
will never use anything else. All A WA
drugist. AGENTS WANTED.
See CREx at Corbett's. n t 'E TS sy C Sa -
o "- ad h d- d the- IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
compromise with the Louisville and Carrabelle, Fla. est^ n these
Desirable cottage lentrally located.
Apply to W. D ylson or James A.
turned from a trip to New York, and fr
were veomupanied home bytheirsor n, FURlITU [ AT REDUCEDeslbepi.
5,:wefi^^^gsi-^ fURNITURE AT REDUCED PRICES. 7Xw(s CO nf I/)
are practicing t e German, led by Dr.
ami. We fail to see where the ea
ome in, yet are oblidged to omit that For the next 80 days my entire stock will go at re- A Cap f Whte Mse Lbel
1 am be a hard crowd to duced prices in order to make room for the large fall e eca ad Java Cabs
Mr. Jm W. rmsnaA manager stock which is beginning to arrive. it what goe straight to the heart of
tel aivee rt Jateaenville Devel-______ every man at brekfat time and evey
pmonntl C., was in the dety this weak one knows that only good growers keep
serine o uff eiPtg s on easy terms. ood co We take opewaf pride li
.-Carrolie s m In the mean time we are going to have a Rug Sale. gouor coie., W thke sve m-de a
Mr Joliu l hs is week sold his Will give you a few prices: tor famous Just h e ood as the our
rbience will u n mrt iwnt sem.trcdtdi-d
t ia oes to W. Collinm a 0the" go Tapestry .Rugs, 27x60, -------------- $ 1.50 fo we ll ma te, whh
Nutiful ea Olet and huet on hols good throughout our etire steak.
nton ts be purchased by vevt Bus, 27SMW, .----------------........................ 1. We sen nothing but h best of feed
&rs. D. 120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 23x86,............... 1.00 produets-thoe wo have tinted *r
9*SiitL4 ydor O AnxniusterItags,2VxB, .---------...---.-.- 2.25 selves. and ao ean stand by them.
torts. -wlrerbodr.and 48 Axminster Rugs, 86x72, .---- 4.00 J w. rr.
rYour B*w 2 A rd, frm.--..-...........10 to
tll osd lasSt ui s, ....................... 4.00
A ,ltoT..-n.e oTapestry Art Rugs, 9x10, .AI................A.A..... 12.00I R T
S~e e pay yu look my stock over and get my DOW LIN PARK
WMp.s tnem WAY OWN UPON Tht SUWANNe RIYvert
ta- G IM SPIBN6SA HOWLV CI1TA6S
:Not nd TAL IASN ER S t S Goodtble. Good bad& Ru0
bons cas al ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tabkles
J n wa r"ns fer fm pt en o*f o. T *uS, 4
haWe be -- OW-JNG PARK. FLA. .
ed Owar mn eor beast AN dag-let a
E t tl uiti tiitthes i. breathe he : "In ato kmwnlSfeSo he
** nmama sysav reson aroswldo. usda yeat be further phsde Bth dt i
gg S** TMO m0 T m. mai 7S
have got tern d
Ti-hand triokn, onu by oel crf p out I not in common money eay man who a dtood well with Croom. bbtr tie 1t9 Treasure,
A few days 11o1th1 tri1c he played on betal p his rattowr ome wi o adthit w we SB
B ~his supposed lat frised, Hon. John d *. rI yui on have got ele, did you set work and vote for Brow- othn. Tf ftO t toi rhf^W ^ ^W tM
Nt. C. Stocktoh came. His funny anties ^ Tasilov whl ofo anr ani, do more, pslbly^ for hiseletiont the PhiubehanaM ooli& .~ ^ S
wthd L A IN.hn Ralay. and wur cltvr a ti, I* te a 1t I w MS L "Se d
STime IUnaon Forum teoll of him. Some ir.tend oe that judge of hanat nature. When I pLat Cox; Reportor, Mis L swT
bday all lorid and Flormindlans may toet chd e cmIlnd hesm ta ed with Browamd at the nal meet1g of Th0 three t a m01ees a .
ralroadsthore clamndsathe whthe State ilExekowbo cunytive cm bteeh VsneeScilam aul
ad know Napoleon Bonapart Broas uni atleat thi cm :nd sui sd:Ma lonly tih yr o PfathoclaSS is. teN dm te liV
hi his true colors just as they see and tiedi now for the service yoe rendered me and welcomes all, peelah those whood
know those others who have schemed If the people of the drainage distret buto when I am lstaed as goeror I are not relar smeber. of a a to t
agasI d Florida any Floridians in o want the of^ S^ W A"" 1 will the be abl to help ju m r dy hoa B rat Lm
lis lrlsslFrtn nsm the aloem rdaW ah As, t hi nae I m n next Phh Iathes clam metlu at th EM3 OD
Sreen pet yer .have we, north of the ladeis, diinter- P toask lheihmfe one.s w sraed BNoesmbur h 4. Wegv aS? codialdS --
SNow don't cut off your nose to spite estd parties, to decde for them; S tobold hemfhoe owes werev Novtbfr4r WCihue at : ooa. i. Tnda l,
ur f bcae you e thi int Simply because that Broward and his d" lb
wis.Socth oc a de.Hsfunnwhant-csh apndW th oer ir caebeomeallcroos? possiblyfou hstanddwithhMr. itatlontoJon u norBbe ~ Da i:I sagettigL
dnthtoueLl& and notrawd it, for if you n isl know that the amendment would it tai Tinanysi hae I masera mni- MistIvA wMs3 DRloS m tha the eclsiv (n
fute losdht, aIta o I I hm dto ma1111111e11 aeTheSto db rM a
ever opinion Jou have of the Time.- dough. f ommo hin rFSion of mgtoe) of s"yth1g$
Union. you now well enough it So Some r y Broward made his cam s to find watwtebr iewybody.
iormiogforeatest newsnaperpand to It paifgn on the drainage Issue and won oJnl know Mr.b CrotWwhen I wu a1 drug at Livonla. There s tw, ways to treat scW
dayLal rrant news. For comments of eechionnthat the etati do tha drain- said: eimt are you ofatteial toeh o Mo., "threefof m customers me big profit. The other
|eur ire p.d questions, Lg t the isanu ft rn o My thu permanently eared consump ad make mor.a
andkwNoe e e a prtens of the dlinagle o ion.la to e under bonda wh Satc has e i s t o ti bon Dr. King's N ew Discovery, oa the paint that takes least
in hreo lors, Jhe meustfr asthIyong wsiahn tied ?he no for e0c* s 44 esd giaw thse whe a or t fcwt
wle os e the boundary of ate ramme- and levy a tax on the whole people, Id f mind got odi seGoerico N are wend and strong today. One ws gallons, ano d iost leat tmmo aaeM,
Sare the limits of the State only. Ue whole are to be benedcaries, nbmeeamne ai o o trying to sell his reand move o a Job, a yar, a lifetime-no matter
Ian FlrTimesn Unio is a go aoheead. The governor knowh fall thn bevabe to *t Ariona, but afe usin New Did.a how you reasc, your oLast, n eept by
r t ypaper Why not well this plua would fall. So he has great s alat ie schemes om R ,ncovery a abort time he founmIt an. the gao-Deve is the bt ears
hesetnorofedediner iboldthe i the he t won ul medicine In existence." of the 3t o'f pant is putting It o.
No*o' u f orns fp^to sptean estd parties, to decie for ^ them in to aske Ma fopn H .erio o. Wegver al va 6owitha fii^T
t rat tohe fa stn a fread h n wt of Sloor eto r lise t t yoo andhe lie a t e olow d oe u st w and Cold cre and Thir ta.t et all oo s, le s est. Don't f get
twm.ed Ihis dranagea, o sh e o pls ow thome anad rtd e k slac M aj or at part ae I mA e a ted L'a landr Guar Rteer bt allthr ti aIthr I apat o hn f
to a work for teo the fundamental law of the la intendrruggists. le and 1 eT Wy alb Tthis wear; ga ls lest wos hand
cetao'linhyuptp rea heftheys, arn to build r and peo ea lootaand scuttle her. hodd b e no m a h e rcnt to haa tohave the excla-
under- byound rehooSe'1curessatwfz y haeofte ies ogh,- is in of pouir gos, of gooas
here ivd fn Ga dIko w heno Ir wns asay uT adephin Fi ca? fAr wold ship ound l a blac g atg or w.oti thatt make fen s, of goods that eri
Sofisp goigoIo tor nu a wusn wio tn to shanahai the me bayae Is fo n o After ape r odorf oer ayear withktlln buyer and slr Dvher LaT e pan isa wp o t er-i
footewshin pe rsasiqon, whon was not whose tetclers will emraw ceu your ande endo? out a pastor the Presbyterian Church haps onl ten per cent better than one
a eu of drinks head he was prime d blood, who will liv, te upoit n you as de Fellow citizenst there be land pirates has Mowecured the serviesT of Rev W. H. or two others; but ten is a plenty-It's
for a es a. In his congregation the pilot upon thate shark, orta the leech as we l as water pirates, at matters not Z ie ter, o, to of Alban a. y9 or 800 better than many.
was a man oaaS the euphonious cog- ueon the turtle? If so, you deserve with them whether the loot be on the r. Ziegler is hd in high esteem by There's many a merchant who hasn't
nomen of Josh ms, who ws also aresion shore or afloat, they are bound to make everyone in the city from which he found-out his goods. It doen't take a
ever ready for a drink or an exchange ow t is ama with what facility ood if you let them get under way. comes, not aone by Presterians, but maa long to iand-out that Devo Is the
of "ratur." One day when both the overnor can i, cate hn is former Board the pirate and by killing this other denomi nations as we. least-money paint and who, no matter
were oo ked and pr med, the met and litic enems e does it in the same amendment ralyze the crew. Brow- Tha e fell owirng resolution were adopt- which side he is on.
a "horse wan was th. resut. suave m antr that he turns down the ard was ady named. Bonaparte steady ed b the congregations of Albany:. Y trul
'Now Josh," said the parson, "we friends that elected him, but not, I wot, tautly reware his friends. Broward Wereas, while this congregation has Your trulgy g
have traded and thee isno 'rueing,' for with the same a enc i e. The way he as surely turns them down. He should voted to concur in the reaction of o
^ .cruin tteKoe.oudraintUintM*ap Tiue h Putryin to1^ sel nMSSdoShis rpe Jb,? aeyearlailtctll i Thomm
'we* uns' be both as good as our word, brings his enemies over reminds me of have been named Ingrate Essau Browt Rev. W. H. Zieger from th Macon P. S. Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
Mbut Josh I never traded fotr a hon' the manner in we hich a certain Irish wife ad. Presn t itery and trh e pastorate of m this paint. 14oo
yet buwhatI piwanted to know all other husband away from a saloon, For awhile he did thehpoverty stunt, chuResot, be the f don-rttG o i hato
with thr" hr no, an hhnrn ig when .i the saloon after him. She went, Put ineu r hot buty, took the buck by the are bowraoghto real.iz that brea o dyowks ne thsme weyeu.
tohe art loose hh rd er many appeals to hi love for her horns Ilnd pasua expenses some other ing teo avep eegn on r. 6 d s its on ye r des
kete and when yer du km.if h hinter nal he only anto werksh could get from l at way. HeGoweohavebeen auatedb t that wil absolutely k yo horse-
ain' wuth ad . . ..' ,.wH-kiHlyI~-." lFtllrow citizens. can you tr~ a man1 weudeanda to^ t? be^ hi eiean s n isaefrevr teyear.
The ergdads will he "turriall She wm home and came bioack with who iK fnae to. his friends vna auser- Sm amnce tht eans t of 0o hn s t tOeN o tyhe
asdtodrain, awhen ou get them th. hy in hr arms and made another vient to his enmies, to handle for the t phts hm o anHe ndkallt s e se8. s Live
^'^nd he wllbeof a0rnut the ^ ajpeu<.l eayig *r'Nvady if^ ye sti unrestricted such a gigantic wnchh hsbee n called. Having foundc~ ^ s
value is the person's "hoN. wront comf for the love of meielfccome scheme ai the drainage of the Ever- hm word and apman e of sterling worth eastmainte i R P.ul
But casting levity ide for u moment. fr the love off the childer hold in me lades? let him alone and his fate will d exemr lary caracter in t dailwt kes, e o
You ask, can the overglad o oedra,.d? ruer?" To which Pat gave the same that of a mythical creature called by aks eofxetl wha t Co rdiale and GT. W. Fouts, master at River-
Alter a reidence om *en months in answer: "Och, [iddy, I can't go." callow acieor.titic ouths who would air wnealks-ifee mndhim cordal ton, la. nearly ost his life and was
Dade county and several short r"- w went hack home, and, leaving the their learning te willopus-wallapus of eof alasseen la.h he oes robbed of all comfort, according to his
pecting tours Into the glades, it is _o child, returned by way of another oa- which it is said that it cannot live on to continue his work in the vineyard of leitter which sayl: For 20 ef a I
n that th s water be lower n where she bought a quart bottle land and dies in the water. On land he the Master" had chroi liver complaint, which led
trouh New river, the Miami, the f gin, and accoating Pat in her sweet- now finds himself moribund and is seek-. to such a severe case of jaundice that
giherkeriverse by acuttinhe
Tree d Sred ries, yn cuttn st brogue said "ddy, darlint, if ye ing rejuvenation in the slush in the At the conclusion of the sermon at even my finger nails turned yellow;
thra hundred miles of eanas at ahe won't come home for the love of yure wake of his "drudges," but the ooeof the Methodist church last nght, the when my doctor prescrioed Electric
o dners but a hee iddy nor the love of the childer won't ithe muck will finish him and his pals folowinresolutions were oered by Bitters which cured me and have kept
million of dollars, but hat when evpen e cum fur the luve of the wee bit I sooner or later, but to save his life Rev. T. Tomon and the congrega- me well for eleven years." Sure cure
a th vatt amount has en expended a In the bottle?" Instanty Patd vote against the covert, dangerous con. tioan uanauimously opted teem: for Biliousness, Neuralgia, Weakness
o erd ten Ofketa hschobeta h.oaeIml was alive to the altered con tiont. stitutional amendment. Whereas, Rev. W. H. Ziegler, re- and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
lowered ten feet, as it the claim of uiddy, me darlint he said. "put me w JOHN W. TENCH. spending to what he regards as the call Bladder derangements. A wonderful
th n man y patcs nothinghabt beds cauben upon me head, put a match to Gainesville. Fla., Oct. 28. of duty, has severed his connection with tonic, At all drug stores. 50 cents. *
f of rock, such as we find around the rim -o _-
beAcvrdwt aei tesa" po tI mzn ihwa aiiycms o ln yPebtras u
where the deposit is garater, a mass ofngo
Scold, damp muck, unfit for any tender,. t
td beause rof susceptibility to: W INTER SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUTH.
S and other staple crops on account of the m b t c o Y
amenehof silncate in the muck Where wa b
tw 1k deposits re would be sufficiently,
P thitrto overthe rocks a horse would u 1.V^ s ^f~ C& ^f~n ^f uih ^ *-L :<
mre to his od. Ifhea these places noueld YOU Should est acquainted with our
be so thorough hy drained as to bear the hrno-
ywetbght of a horsIthean they wouldra um Inee odt or n cun i
upassurely a will sat coal or wood. h taken. thr io of polltnRs lvo fudwa t l
A gentleman from s ault Ste Maoew s o cts t i
told me had in unusual dr seasons/
seen the muck burn to ts r ,white Qualities and Fabrics unexcelled. i
sand. Anothr said the samedhlng of~
the Je Another of the muck Construction and Correctness of Fit incomparable.
au onestl akhi ; note rb ohr Bearing SpeCweial Distinction, hence their popularity.ms
of U burning of the muck in the Daso-1 i - -- t
doimpso n urn upi on ontr ro @I a Grrled iJn Black Thl oets and Unafinished Worsted w,
eessevedrthein the month of aMay, Standard Ble Flannels hd a y Wwd.
1 sedr onade tgeineasr ille. Stad- B e Ies d att
I I'ved on the edge of the glade, near tp
Vocosaut Groyl, for ten months, trying
to rai vegetables and while efo- PRICES RANGE FROM $10 TO $20.
ful Go the rocky rkiges the frost killed
me oat on the glade not a hundred yards o an n
Now, as to the. necessity for th Our Cash System of Buying and Selling enables us to offer
bdraina etAtheIwaade-s it ao n these exceptional inducements-therefore a positive Saving of
to done. In Alashes county aloft T 1 *X.X ^ A*r^-'-1 <
th*"soWO uses \ land s Dollars to You.
woaw, ai seBAtblwo of usltes. *
at =mm M nuinthsame Particular care should be taken in the selection of an Overcoat.
TOhear oTe Bowawm talk sad Ours embody Warmth, Style, and Finish.
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THE S TORE a '
WITH A REPUTATION
ow ewewmvse MIeaL
In his pam let "An Appeal to Flor-
idians," Gov. Broward says: "Athens
has come down to us as the best exam-
gle of refinement and culture, but
partS serves us the most conspicuous
example of the manifestation of human
liberty in its orfection. Now would
the eror like to play Lycurus for
Florida? What is this '"perfect ex.
We shall quote from Plutarch's life
of Lycurgus, Clough's translation, that
our readers may understand the Gov.
ernor's ideal, Lycurgus. In the first
place, Lycurguas imposed bli will on his
untr men by force. "When things
re ripe for action, he gave orders to
thirty of the principal men of Sparta
to be ready armed in the market place
by break of day that he might atrike a
terror into the opposite party." (Page
l8 vol. 1) It was a conspiracy of the
aristocrats to repress the disobedience
of the people.
All power was given to a senate of
thirty members, in which sat the two
king who led the armies-the one
Euardlg the city when the other
marched out to war.. Afterwards the
supreme power was lodged in a council
of five, and even the semblance of elec-
tion dropped The first duty of a citi-
amen wasa 'obedience." Is this perfect
All citizens must eat at a common
table-each citizen was given enough
land to produce a piven quantity of
erain and cheese, and this land was cul-
tivated by slaves of the same race as
themselves. These slaves were treated
worse than we treat our domestic ant-
w k, for the boys were given dA.gers
eenmt out to kill them as a training
for warl Another item of education
for the boys was careful training% to
e See Plutarch from page to
When a Spartan baby was born it
was shown to the "Triers." who al-
lowed Jt to live if strong and healthy,
but condemned it to die If deformed or
eeble! Husband and wife h.id no ao-
elation except by stealth They had no
common home, nor could they care for
their children, who were trailed by the
State. Saya Plutarch: "And the end
that he mi ht take away their over-
great asenaivenes and fear of xposa-
wre to the air, and all saequred womrn.in-
hneah be o the .o
women should aas4ls the pfoces-
alons, as well as -the y e^M, and
danes, tee, in that emeat artain
Olte.n feasts, ahif artalsm Mos,
while the young. men atood asmund.
heart sad eeisg them*'
Tbere was lteraly no eastity per-
kttl by the law or maid orwife--
tre ws~e on them by
?boneit so sei gfrwther. It Is
w se theN lartas aa
t b d.. Iaava the
n T Xl a m 'o -a Atier-tae
pias k, now i Bt whatI
never were honest, and often murdered
their own kings and each other. It is
significant that the Governor who thinks
the ephors admirable should ask us to
trust a board of five. Did he get that
idea from Sparta?
Do we want a council of ephors?-
I'm an Elk. Are o0 See the ele-
gant assortment of IEDr pins that I am
displaying. P. T. Nholson, the Jew-
State Federation of Woman's Clubs.
Tr,e State Federation of Woman's
Clubs will meet in Tallahassee Novem-
ber 20 to 28. The Woman's Club of
Tallahassee, of which Mrs. Thomas
Mitchell Shackleford is president, is
making arrangements for the enter-
tainment of delegates and visiting
members. An interesting pogramhas
been arranged and it is hoped there
will be a large attendance' This is the
first meeting of the Federation in this
part of the State and the people of
the Capital City will co-operate with the
hostess club in making the occasion
pleasant. Tallahasse is famed for its
generous hospitality, and the coming
of cultured women who will serve as
delegates to the meeting of the Feder-I
ation of Woman's Clubs is anticipated.
with much pleasure. The State Fed.
oration has a membership of twenty.
two clubs. Mrs Richard Adams. of
Palatk, is president of the redera-
tion. The following committees have
been selected to arrange for the meet-
ing November 20 to 28.
Entertainment Committee-Miss M.
S Lewis, chairman; Mrs Napoleon B.
Broward Mrs. John S. Winthrop, Miss
Annie Chiree, Mrs. John N. Wide-
man Mrs. Hirachberg, Mrs. A. L.
Bon, Mrs. Julius Diamond, Mrs. Chas.
decoration and Take Charge of Hall-
Mrs. P. W. Wilson, chairman; Miss
Lilla Lewis Mrs. Croeby Dawklns,
Mrs. C. C. iParce. Mrs. H. Clay Craw-
ford. Mrs. J. Stewart Lewis.
To Arrange for Drive-Mrs. George
I. Davis, eiharm,, Mrs William Ho.
loway, Mrs H T. Felkel, Mrs. Hodges,
Mrs. Aaron Levy.
For Music-Mrs. John Bradford.
chairman- Miss Lizaie Tatum, Mrs.
Ges, eam8., Mrs. W. L. Moorse,
To Meet Guests-Miss 3allie Blake,
oharman; Miss Mary Damon, Mrs.
Ioyal C. Dunn, Mrs. Chas. A Coy,
M A. L. Bond, Mrs. P. T. Mickler.
To Soldit Homae-Mrs. L. C. Yea-
sr, chairman; Mrs. Royal C. Dann,
M.s J. Stuart Lewis.
Badge Committee-Mrs. R.. Rose,
chairman; Mrs. Ma Walker, Mrs. W.
P.ew ommittee Mr Jon N.
Widumea, ran; Mrs Croaby Daw.
kins. Mrs George Gresheow, Mrs.
KMa. T. M. uAcLvroa,
Attest: MaK. J. BToAsT Laws,
dteaper er 1 Mbve"t aws
Iaueaad Caemlaies Ameads De* folowlag uh aM&ea. the rallied
Sempely shanll u sn a m ..h ear or aus
d Ra w& on or before the day speclaed in the
At a meeting of the Railroad Com- application.
mission and the representatives of the "For failure to comply with this rule
railroad companies and common ecar- the company so offending hall forfeit
riers in the State of Florida, on Satur- and pay to the shipper applying the
day, the 27th, an amendment was made sum of $2 per car per day, or fraction
to the rules and regulations of the Rail- of a day's delay after -rpirstion of
road Commission by adding the follow- free time ear upon demand n wrIting.
lng to the demurrage rules: made within thirty days thereafter by
"When a shipper makes written ap- the shipper.
plication to a railroad company for a "Provided, however, that the collee-
car or cars, to be loaded with any kind tion of the demurrage herein author-
of freight embraced in the tariff of Ised shall not deprive the shipper of his
said company for transportation within right to recover in any court of comn-
the State of Florida, stating in said petent jurisdiction such damages as he
application the character of the freight, may sustain by reason of the delay in
the railroad company shall furnish same furnishing cars.
within four days from 7 o'clock a. m. "Provided further, that this role does
the day following such application. not alter, abolish, supersede or repeal
"Or, when the shipper making such Rule 3 of the Railroad Commission's
application species a future day on 'Rules Governing the Transportation
which he desires to make a shipment of Freight.' "
(of other than fruit or vegetables, giv- The railroad men present at this
ing not less than four days notice meeting were: J. C. Haslina, man-
thereof, computing from 7 o'clock a. anger Car Service Asaoeiation; T. W.
m. the day following such application, Kirtland, James Measies and Martin
the railroad company shall furniash such Riddle representing the Atlantis Coast
car or cars on or before the day specl- Line Railway Company; E. A. De-
fled in the application. Funiak, repreenting the Louisville A
"Or, when the shipper making such Nashville Railway; S. F. Parrott vice-
application specifies a future day on preident, Georga Southern & Florida
which he desires to make a shipment Railwa ; J. P. Beckwith, traffic man-
of fruit or vegetables, giving not less er Flords East Coast Railway;
than two days' notice thereof, co- Thomas Dowling, president, Live Oak,
putting from 7 o'clock a. m. on the day Perry & Gulf Railway; G. P. Raney,
at et agent i
gtamal a enght et W.o
manage of th ea no
Ing e am sendumnt waad a for
o rer to that well have gode 5eo
from the Railroad Commiest odeo .
He who hesitas is Imm tis
day and have abAeaf to regret to-
morrow. The J s* Ive Stk
Inms.Co. P. G._RI Mae or.U.
My farm Just outside the elty on the
w- Eighty-ver lad
Sod Lvhetree e e; plank r
wire fenitag; dty water; tepa
good barn. Admirably adapted
poultry, stock, truck or tobseew.
A. L. WooowAao.
I am now filling out the unexpired
term a"Juaticeof the Peace for Dis-
trict No. 7, and will be a candidate for
election for same before the election
November. JosBUA DunOAn.la
Elegant cut-Alas ware for weddlag
presents. P. 7 icholson, the jeweler.
BRUM BY, MASb RUILO iNG.
A wIll sssatdi
I have in connection with my Furniture Department, a General tepWlr Shop
where I can take care of any repair work brought in.
I buy, ell or
A COMPLY iTE
anything of valuh and can sav you money on hour-
Can and es.
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