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k j .., -^ weM____ dusk, - w". -he o w -, ye 3 '-
,l, l t .... I iI amm ait to the V4e .e.
"., *ties li e ti in -,ie-but, awl- to e.".
ews ,t hehe" te M a, tw .to M
is, e i.bsk"S! mot > owesIn4 l l S to his local papei, I o.-te the *te o
I. _._w URT30,T "A. wdamh. i, r T -
1o thu beo Val& alW -t boLs
wa-w, do- GTh isew' sAeooteted r. t.m w aet the e o ,-tor,
Sa n Massachusetts. erl lif hee moved t inm t GSlus el to wIt e
)wa oMiss, and was residing aWmd o0tl.b. We advertised the fet to a whie thi tneblees
,. .... here at the time o, the war. When p n i, I. the local -.,b t e oe ,s h s o has, hors sad his ---- .
M9 _, ._ war
ems Xric. n.w Co.D- the Twenty-rst Mississipp i a ee would not Al what she 01 t Guymon He.mid, who asees.....edvao
Qeo*, 6%10Cam 0r4 teNEy commandin in adale's wetltrto deprtinnt. "Why." y M throu dark plae lwa staity
d t, dh closest attention. ith thi command he ivd u.ibl montT Whet it. Ike heit r .obervation both of his able and e- Tr.easur: .
Siort was maAsterful ad elegant. after the battle of Gett ~ ,hr he did not e our ad. 3 th* ps.pI, teemd eteniporaries were amply T Aa.. i ".
S At oe M oft General Dant'5 was tranferred t o .....a. ,, he e o a.ppd fo. the hereafter. The a oe ..e
Address t w d, ommatre aidtoher: "MyO lad w it wis tat sprouted fromth Hon, M
fttwo e nrrermtov of GeBral Hampton hb acp*ted iwere you toh tirt thb i ao sideof their ould to amply JCo Tllam r M
ten emp* w a position on his staff, with ranof would b to 0o ove and for et for pWrpoOse, and D t Sir-ty ubma the ioa
The commIttee on vendeutialswas ap- captain. Thecaptain'soomimlssionhow- one sad then rad the You wil wearGaS cost k theyold avoid statanent of city 8aa! T,
poitedafter which the osventlon ad ever, was never issued. All through save ,ysr subacription many taimes a friction. Cash balsace on haodn
J ad untillo'edeinthe afternoon. the wargGeneral Jewell was conspies. over. And the best of it ia she sub. The editor of the Yelp now got into last report-..- -
sess ito onsu wa called to ous for his bravery and his great kindly cribdl. game. He asid if the editor of tha Reel ved since that ate.
onder, Gawral Plemig pridiar. The haart, and his lovabi mearnr has an. Another duty tha marent owes th w nWee would return h. borse -e
*o h o l b singln of la dadhimto all who know him. local par is his patronage. It has stole from a widow in Oklhoma City Total........ ..........
Dx" I~--i-I Good. Hi. now resides at Orlando, where he be ho wsho have watched in order to escape from the mtown no Disbursed (warrants Oct.
oag, deaarowery Southearnr's heart, is engaged in the practice of his pro. the order, of events that no merchant Westlo would he askad. As for the
was cheered most enthusiastically, arid feasion, that of an attorney. For ten can sucoed without advertised in one editor of the Herald it was hardly Balance....... g*g
by the large audience parent. years he has been the anaiamous choice way w abother, and up to thls y and naeasary to advise him to kee p Distributed as folows: r
P oing this song came thead s of the comradesof his brigade for brig. age of the world no medium ha bee shirt on when he reached Paradise General revenue fund P.,
of H. H. Buckman, of JacksonvIlle, one adier general, and the leof his see. found so satisfactory as tuae heaper didn't have but one, and always had ster and fre td
of the brainest men in the State. tion have honored him seyiding to convey inftrgtion to the p- that sewed on him and wore It till It Interest fundI.....,... i
uRn. DUCIWAN'S ADDREss. him to represent them in the Legisla-. And wat is edvertisagn buht Itnorm wore out. Cemetery fund--........
SH. H. Buck man was the orator of the ture at Tallabaa. His friends *re Ie. the D h j have to sell ? And so the waits goes round. The Sewerage fuad............
oteC ethe heroism of no more e soldier in I would a n the rfestona reaeTota of.:............ a
o e S outhIln h brset won bravery ensaco was 'nealm y chosn as n.a e Tof Athe Sre te Thesnountef calpa
aSiSvaion. For an hour he had the the place for the State reunion next ot uur own subsriptions, f trom th oiewlag amsawe
sanefo wEghim, as he toldof year. as wel. f we help Thrk t Uth of Novembe, is W. M. Laagstuu Chef 0
at u ode *c heI o tW efort- d the wto w t papers th will help to nation nal T hank- iring Pay. It is to be Police -e .. *,
tad Souh it S064
Ia e~atUatSc olytwie eek-Thrsaysor mn t lve ad omae pope *11mee Inthir easr ,,,,,
_ mnft DWIId
isth sao a!ta, m rgrt ta a e r ntfid ht atisar ia ~ h ~ ~__!'.~P .D, I ~y a 01 -~uuu yw wai iBedni~so
bo ws& nots asfe s amom to b"bn t amm n no mrmrpi m
a eb iss" i but.Some rh vemantatsle aymovesr4110Tt
hl arties"soulsdow.qbe C Mr otbeiV- eoleread ter dkSr repv a mpo se these His spi frit*A
laudURAL LEA*whisktwa weme-ass b Jafti___
Sad Eadmtl raesaato Ii.=t4UU'MW' not to 6"b La
inS w por wther"ftWL -write Wei~
rsoms,4 Fblu.edws am
kAn mtweeftia MdeW A
to+"- a a =It
to =4& t e BR
Stpty Clasr asd Tlri r
council, upon messes,
Dr. J. M. et o Cantansla'-ea
uasapleaaaat v afgalanf^
aad- MU >
:3.' 4.f ~5-~~
IN -jgg d fGMUMW Min, N ma s
tase 10~6 s M .... l.....
A l --I-g-:o
Rae t' s Me. 9M i
r', s t -- --
me r, .T qpmoc~h in politics
ad eth but little. But it
betsW l stateoman to cor-
retlehWislMt ae batn them.
nt*"K PtMdP fseoM toate ogim e
Lho iay. U lter Am t day in
fuiS dMsape w i be ds the fol&
Seo t b How do you stand with Mr.
11t T Sim Govweror, o sl is
tN B of t* w"Ole aggruaS-
walt um/l S ,AldSs
-a pew, by pet appointee
^aq o De to
A_ St s he me, has
*MHu wit It. ,e tfMe desntes."
Mo *4) do:to Pso beck into
nle sti o and qihsk theo reeol
Ilii ridiul t teniniscee
timA voir ,rat be p
04=nt" ohepof the I
Sn rtifor a time*I
phan- age? We have the entire
Mil t wble history of that inter-
*titg e ode done of our pigeon-
hlme, of4 it weld make lively reading.
l, pt ar wueald.b oar
a"i.lls w idfe his pt poPed laws
pI In t 'Hlsn of Sparta,
S0Wa M d.bis partisans to stab
they returned from the a-sen
W dose.' Ids this Florida
rtohe that her governor
ta mh It to m ke wailing and
of teakht Or is ear Broward
tM t he should do this
l .tlook aeveralof ta "besu-
h s W Oe awsos emthaslasticalb y and
heartonf nmpathy with the The.
Orat Mopoleo Bonaparte Broward's
* Manage IbeImm an now hedging with
Ma S e g ing on The People's Band
Wagsa, laewthe people spoke so plainly
Mad t*eW*v ea election day. BaSrely
amow Itaesmne "nam of them" are will.
its ftwait tW l the sorts delde same
of the important points, before golnge
further with it. Not allof the Board is
aw a vintdetive and threatening as is
thM Gevowneor, and it may just be poesl-
blo, al things wil not now work so
amtly among these great men. The
near future will show some develop-
of intereat to the people of
A beautiful andattractive tile floor-
e Ue bean laid on the amot and front
p1r610 of the Capitol It would be
uM to have the same on the west, and
at A etranoew,. and there is no Plor-
-dwi who would register a kiek at It,
if there are amavaile6 or appropriateW
fAds for it. In the past years hun-
dreds of little tricks have come about
aMad points were equaesed, and extra i
bill were paid out of the Intenal Im-I
preemaeut funds. We know what we1
age tling about, and have heard that
keiM old statewman, the late John L.
Crawford. kick about anch things belar
done many ls the time. Evn during
wotUl talk out of meeting about things
thakdld not look right to him.
Tha next campaign In Florida Is des.
tina to bb a "warm member," as the
puWr .qd better element of the Demo-
oratt pariphave had about enough of
paltiSiDaken." that carries with It
sao- abusa of power and seerey In
heuitn( public affairs. Do any of the
high aalon who tried to fix that in-
'ums aodhame for suprmacey and
wdb With all the reat pri*.
ww iad pwmm thy work(ad fot
f r abased and slandeed
man thiak aw the
IaM iesmiaemi left
thes mM etimr eelkt ltd
_Nnfccr waiS ssL eas
*^**^^^*^**'^^***^*'^^w -*- ^^bit
Sa^ ssk oNa e .
That tha eadtoiatm a 1
go"d whtw iand a
baha eid, nd te ni
Wt.e it Iq qdle tha: a e 4 asd
i re e adista between the Deard ot
State Ietnai a d the "Capaitl
City Pnublag Compaw," atdifag
i time from Ostober 1, INS, to NO .-
her 1, UIP, thee haa newer hbe a
shadow of doubt that sh alleged eoa-
tract is based upon the meet glaring
and palpable fraud, and eMuld at any
time since it was signed have been aet
aside and annulled by an appeal to the
Let us recall a few of the facts, mad*
public at the time. On tha lst day of
August, 1906, the board met to open
bids for the State printing. There
were but two bids, those of John G.
Collins and I. B. Hilson (for the Capital
PubUhing Company). The CoUins bid
was the lowest. The contract was
awarded to HUlson. Why? Bomuse
one of the o-ailed onditions required
esuh bidder to deposit a eartified heback
for $1,00 with his bid, and Collins did
not prodae mesh a ebeck, while Hillon
did. Colm knew that this require-
ment was illegal, bein imposed for the
sole purpose of xdehding competition.
Besides, he did not pmesse $12,100 in
bank or in eash, any more than Hilson
did, and he refused to become a party
to the dishonest arue of tandldHg msh
a cheek unsupported by funds for its
at this-unusual and dishone t re-
quirement was imposed for the express
purpose of shutting out legitimate
competition, and especially competition
from Collins, was evident from the
the fact (published I the issue of The
True Democrat of August 11, and never
since demed by anybody) that shortly
before the date for the opening of bids
a member of the board was heard to
remark that he "would me to it that
John Collins did not get any of the
State printlAg, no matter what he
might bid." So, it was not only a
fraud upon every printer in the State
who might otherwise have desired to
bid, but it was a deliberate conspiracy
to prevent the State from having toe
beneft of legitimate competition. and
to Insure the contract to one who was
at that time an administration pet-
whatever he may now be.
That the "a*ueseful bidder" was
part and parcel of the conspiracy was
proven by facts subsequently pub-
ished In The True Demorat and never
since denied, to-wit: Hiluso, in the
course of a legislative investigation, In
May, 1906, testised that he owned
$40,000 of the $48,000 stock in the
"Capital Publishing Company," less
one share. In June or July, following,
the sheriff of Leon county levied upon
and later sold at public auction, to
satisfy some small Judgment claims,
certain presses and engine belongin
to the "Capital Publlahlng Company"
plant. At the akle, August 7, W. A.
Rawis, representing the Capital City
Bank, claimed that Hilsoo had no in-
terest in the property, all of the plant
of the publishing company being mort-
gaged to the bank. Here, then, was a
bankrupt bidder for the State print-
Ing putting up a "eertifed cheek" for
12,500 1 The "'rotten" printing foisted
upon the Stat by Hillan under this
contract, and the exorbitant charges
therefore made and collecisted by or for
him, add to the proof that the whole
scheme was saturated with graft of
the most braen and deliberate variety.
The foregoing assertion that this
rotten contract for rotten work could
at any time have been set aside and a
new-and honert-competition insured
through an appal to the courts is
abundantly demontrated by a recent
decision of our Supreme Court, in a
case involving a sewerage contract, in
which the court, speaking through Mr.
Justice Taylor (with all the other Jus-
tee concurring), says, the italies being
The intention of the law In requiring
sueh contracts tobe let or awarded to
the lowet responsble bidder for the
work, Is to e the pul improdve-
fhich 15 aes "Bep ,"U be
prdsti- miiiitinaie a kiibsle a rues2
aemoremt arao The grea the -
whebalrmsa ia ma w, W a f- hrt, eks
ha atrce bmd. omn he &h
ost a tement'tha te tipp oadoe eueleeted
end wev tte air, nowva r thse
frt hiabgo* a d aew"o*k say sowned
A..JUA.A ....L......... L..A ....&i1.... j-'ku^ 315T
freak> aetT Age- deiitgl M-rixn be*
tea hava r e4d -eh as array= of M>1>
pfrdmets, a-n amm tarkabba "
amuanmaat ottrtioan. The gret t- am
wMte city msvaln, ha fatuwes o Dramn
wbaSimal* OaMat 40,Mrtwoeweeks, thmeI
has attra" at theaasnd.. To anmy the mSw
statemet that tie Hippodrome faster elected
ar even bwate known than those seen to*the
at Chago ad New York May sound W
m--t &m"A __-" L- __ *-- I -
a mb maanles ea a
whole weM con u a
high publ ideals
Sion of ojielas mmn
one feU short of
highest see of ho
btea suy behao
No nMowm mI
oppoe chae n inva
thae hhest sharac
Involved ahould o
his ovadoitio wouk
1so *7 Wev nWl, but nwvmorui Floriiodn to coro. Tbhe auMpme
every old showman attending the fair all-embracing curae of this nation to
declared that to be a faet. The hore is the a eoreamaint of law, aodft
raw, in which more than 150 thorough-. t statute m be weted torA y
bred harness and running orae a@ re that tuop our lemvl solved aw nthe
participating, also attracted thousands. management of the rest will be easy
Never was better racing seen south of work. ~ t will take little les than
Loulvile. divine io to ftrai much a law, and
thatkNndof wisdom is not the rubeat
Thousands of visitors from Florida ahme and otherlegislative em-
and other states were nicely eared for tein t this country.-Live Oak Daily
in a most acceptable manner, and the Democrat.
State Fair at Tamps will be worth The foregoing choice sample of the
many dollars to the people of Vorda. erudition and thoughtfulness of the
Sorry Leoo countydid not show up well Lve Oak Deocrat's talented editor
there, but we agree with ear authori- challenge the attention of all thought-
ties, that it was better to not havo an ful citisean, and we heartily commend
exhibit there at all, than to have had a its clear-cut philosophy to the mental
partial one, which would have done the understanding of our reader, and par-
county an injustice. Next time we ticularly to those of them who have
hope Leon will be at the fair in all her been chosen as "law-makerm." Pro-
glory, for she can put an exhibit that fesor Drumaond was one of the deep-
could easily be with the best. Sorry est thinkers of lisa time, and his wim-
sicknebs and othereauaes prevented our dosm i an inspiration to all other
attending as we had planned,. thinkers.
S---While "Law is a rule of action,"
NOT A 3IT FUNWY." according to the professional deAfnition,
The Laksland Sun says: "It is all laws are, to quote further from
strikingly amusing to see some promi- Drummond; "only modem of operation,
nent politicians in the State dodging not themselves operator;" they have
i-sues. It I said that 'silence as gold- "nothing to do with potency." Hence,
en,' but we think not when it is for the such a law as the Democrat suggest,
lack of courage and firmness to speMk while in some sense conforming to
out upon public questions. We would Drummond's definition of the "Law of
rather be frank and open, even if Continuity," would, of itself, lack
wrong sometimes, than to wear out our "potency," and would merely add an-
trouaers straddling the fence all the other to the already overgrown volume
time." of enacted laws without affecting their
The Tribune some days ago called at- operation or inuring their enforce-
tention to the "thin skin" covering of meant. What really appears to be
men prominent in the affairs of the needed is for our legislators to seek
State, who were afraid to come for- two prime requisites, vs: To refrain
ward and express their views on vital from adding a single unnecessary law
imose. It is essential that the mass of to the present volume; and to endeavor
people who have not the time away to eliminate from our statute book as
from their various vocations to give to many as possible of those which are
a study of political or economic quee- useless or unheeded.
tions should have leaders to instruct
them who are puliarly qualified to do POINT AN SI1GN1FICANT.
so, either through tenure of offce that If those libed suits against Alfred St.
would naturally put them en rapport Clair.Abrams and A. K. Taylor ever
with such questions or through the come to trial, there will be some sensm-
practice of profeslione that would lead tional developments, in which several
to the aime reslL prominent men of Florida will figure.
And the people, strally, look to Let the case come to trial.
much men to coae to their aid and clear. William Sherman Jennings is the
Ify the waters bluakened by the spume luckiest politician in all Florida. He
of the unprincipled oetopi who, taking always bobs up holding a fat office. As
advantage of political excitement, do- soon as he lost out in the U. S. Senator-
ceive and mislead the public. ship contest, Broward appointed him
The failure of these men, without! attorney of the I. I. Board at a salary
fear or favor, to speak the truth un- of $6,000, notwithstanding the people of
blushingly, as did Congressman Clark Florida elected an Attorney-General to
In Tampa recently, can be regarded attend to these identical duties. Mr.
only as a species of moral cowardice-a Jennings will probably not hold this
craven fear of some possible injury to fat offee longer than the meeting of the
their own selfish interts. That's it next Lgislature.
Self, self, self; eternally self and com-! Judring from current reports, there
plte repudiation of sacred obligations are going to be lively times at the sea-
to the people of the State and country. sion of the Legislature to meet in April.
-Tampa Tribune. A thorough investigation of the differ-
Would-be candidate Gilchrist, after ent State government departments has
making himself sold with the college been decided upon by many members-
girls a la Huyler, has assaulted the free elect of the Legislature. The impres-
choice of the FlodMa newspaper man sion prevails throughout the State that
at Tampa with pineapples. Next we I them Is rottnnes at Tallalaamee, and
shall hear of him eeking the suffrage the embers propos to lay the rotten-
of the turpentine people with a ship new bare before the people of Florida.
load of coeoanuts. Isn't he a peach? Impeachment proceedings will probably
---.--.. follow the investigation. If these re-.
fact of the existence qf the conspiracy. ports of wrong-doing are true, there
Ergo: The contract is illegall and wlU be a edition disclosed so outrag-
vold." e oan, so grave, that It will surprise the
Anticipating the question: Why has entire "tisanMhip of the State. The
not Mr. Collins gea into the eourts to invetigatio should by all moeau be
right this great wrON to himself nd had, and no guilty one aboul ape.
to the people of Florida? The Tre it win be a duty the ambe owe to
Democrat simply rapHe, that Mr. the people of Florda.-Volosla Record.
ollinas was net. ad in am, mana llany ^^ *-
abe to udarthe eastly legal proseed- And now It is ibtated that ex-Gov.
glag either-m m behaltfor be- MN Dlhha ay be a eaiadate for
haltf at tepdbli e matter in wih G.mmr a M e has nover been
wevyy g*t 'ib-b the State was dbead hsr a s limoMo to wiu hbe
sad is eqmlly hinsesd, and mI d as U*iOd a u i he be. meadidaM
d tthvly maUCl a haislf. hewM beaIslam tosdfeat. The
peal totahe e mmiaM thave given puple helm love W. D. Ickhami
hae seWase th wq Guheews w
tf~~~~'%~ -9aM~aBBa~r~aa- .L e rtk^ -
~,r~~~~~r -b-- - ;# I-m^gw*"w *uur~ eom-wrg
- .'.~* *".*~
far It bcafe their deeds are
The truatoes themselves as they
have been putthg lands on i m
nam"wM& -a- -- from tm et
without otise. They say Mey ve
been uided only by their in
mak eabTes. Tha ey ae a.ve
in ei sion a probs eo
bond a.Goverr Broward vetoed a
bill requiring Ha deposat In theState
treasurY, were it would. Juwe been
potet'ed by the Treauerwra bond.
Tham lib a a used money without au-
thority of the Legislatvre, am is ns r
it today In dram age without ssh au-
The election hetd a week a shows
that the p-eo aa -be by .
tuna eery on4(ftdaL pro
eoept ass pe ple of FPld mre so
concerned. The wdeMskh
bn adero, Tdheo U t ne on
h d them a
otter is e td so far of t he
courtees wilOf eulaarabe esod obaa
Puo Ur aay it tatio oath Al O
xtempt. the people*00 m eO f torsure
ain honetmmon I* i st e W "maemet t
om ta intd fral im proementa fun
both sies we. Adb all des Tus.day
or o performed The anIdea-. Con-
which d porth e to the wa e,
by Legitleat longr itue n6e. et
shown. Tht ie advocates amendment
here as ilateuwhr a the State-those
apose the Governor reona w, and the
handle rof ed upon to be a st every-
disputed, to aer is fr. -t. Peters-
Th Ipdep enet, which dates its de-
votion to the drale esche fromf the
Fort Myers xcursow bea shoil notdby
pose its chagrin so plainly. The reo
was inevitable. No oe with half at
grain of common eneWt e It toN.
M otherwise. And the drsoal fquat
for Or against ta BaowerdmpersCon-
hipertnd he importance of his advo,
a publ quthere was dery etti on itser
merits, that Involving the Stato-ts or
whjetion oppf the drainage amant who op
wasso tdeaded, andd dg tho e ,y who
pot vote Gernor persaona.y, and
relatisly mall faction that a always
alabas ree e es to be aa te
thing thke Gome sor" brt t eean
The Indpendent, which dat a it d
be otherwi. And th pronal equa-
I l l
.~ ~'....... xi ~j,~.L~P~'~'~~"ILk;r~::..~u~*i~~~i~x ,~,~iW
*~ ~ ~ **~ 4~ s2. I
elowury -in m ways
the egrepoteet tslnmt-
.o ma *t i seasibef A-a
hal- l Ieen ie up to N ewThogt
lawd JBlimA, ono itsftisth sanmivep
001 % sAtS, A The' 0 to _0, y300"
I.I m d gtr my own eope-
riene of Mfe theaultivatlou of manmers
aud sonid common sense. Character is
a perfectly edsated will."
Her rooms look like the city room of
a newsamer. They are the abode of a
wW-r-erfull 'of letters, pamphlet,
newspaper and magaines. There ia
also a liag system for letters, and
drawn for aewsam er clippings on
wom0 a au0age. Ba. Claroe Mack.-
ye's eaimnt in school work at
Rolyn, /tha will of Mrs. Emma Schley
(who left a t fortune in part to
faithful and to hospitals),
Journal ditorials and the triumphal
progress of Miss Helen Gould.
All .her life she has been hard at
work studying the problems of practi-
cal edueation and Of woman's amlilora-
tion. Every day ha e a read of
dutiea-wriIdaJet, attending com-
mittes, stdb the neds of a has-
p1tareeel c who had defite
objects, sad th m giving Mr. Sage a
wao me home. Si-ated in the Nrided
stratum of women ef wealth and social
position, two trato give her distinction
-her excellent mental endowment and
her democracy. Her compelling sense
of equality--tLt is thd noblest element
in her makk-up. She will criticise a
servant for a mistake or a coachman
for a deluqueacy ia Iredaay the way
that a city i & down" one of
his ataff. It matrfl, complete,
and it lVes no rsentmant. She hasa
dos It a big, astong way. She
han't been epatro i eng lmn. w
The A*Palo""of the"GOerser.
Just what Uoveror Broward will do
a to ulag coamissi.n.s to the newly
elected ooeas is unknown, but if he
acts with all as a letter from Tallhas-
seaew ea he in theao tbaState',
thbe will be some disappointment.
B. P. Calhoun of Palatka, died a few
weeks a. He was the prosecuting
officer of that circuit, but in the last
primary election was defeated for reap-
poeatment, and Mr. Rivers, of Alachua
county, was nominated for appointment.
Last week the Governor appointed A.
V. Long, of Starke,. to the vacancy, and
the statement comes from Tallahassee
that Mr. Long is to continue in office
until the Legislatre conves next April,
when the name of Rivers will be sent in
to the Senate for confirmation.
Is this not an unusual proceeding, and
will it apply to other primary elected
officers? i true that the ovnor
ppo de state's attorneys, though
they are nominated by the primary
voti, but none a re roly ia offce asntil
confirmed by tha Senate, but they ex-
pect, no doubt, to receive their eommis-
ions and take charge of their oa& in
January. Mr. Rivers is the logical suc-
eessor of Calhoun, and it seems that he
would hs been pDDointed lsteed of
abject to hisa will, yet
nees should, it maes
dim as rma th
a member of the last
kis not now, ashis
n elMstd l- Aheboa
e wit, to the pi-
A well saected
stock of records
always on hand
I have in connection with
my Furniture Department,4
where I can take care of any repair work bought in.
I buy, sell or exchange anything of value mnd can save you
L I .
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* ..A.'.~..g ~
I qs or use.s
^7s a^re fafbry to
.rm t. n u.t t. im 4,
aaS t eat tha
aIaoMM *a In-m eI aat ww
masistais that they 'ehd athirty
ats per pound for the run of tle new
by bayesM have thus far, except
b rae d aeem, re sed t y more tha
tweat-ve cents per The trust
is sakd to have bough several thoesand
cases of the new rop at from eighteen
prism than it cared to amreha t .
Buyers aert itha a e-grown
wrappers, and tat New E h land must
raise a uniform type of t in an-
limited quantities or else be content to
ell its product for binder purpsesm at
Growers assert that buyers have
combined to depress piea~ and that
shade-grmown competition is lately im-
aginary. Buyes state that Connecti-
eat farmers ass jrow tobasco at the
prices buyers oaer and then make
more money than any other e la of
som b of the growers are selling their
remps at mye' terms, whie a ar*
number are holding their stock ulou
they have sati had themelves as to the
i rsituat an in the tob payco market."
twoty em the Clf tf e. Thebut
Unexcelled haun bong boating and sh.
n. Oyster eds cropn easy m eighteenss.
An ideal plame bo o ffpart of thea
water months. Lt aaredk Inn, under ts
new managemet--Homelike, beet ser.
i modern Ia every res t, offes
Buyer assrt that C e ad theGero-
tob pro d in Florid a and orily.
Wis toMia l,,aNw Engload light
Pr betel rate et., write Lark Inn,d
limitednak, ntiti. For selbees, te., nt seeto
your it rst tloru t agent, or write
J. H. /cWuILLASe 0. P. A.
binder pr- I
tor ose as wsertll a to yours havelf.
You need not suffer from pains of an
Try a bottle e of r lardt s now Linti-
meut. Itrea a pains. tobaccoo at the
berths, Bakeruleld, Mo., writes: "I
have used your Liniment for ten year.
and find ittobethe best I have ever
used for man orbeast. Any druggists.
affricultuvia in the world. Meantim9
Aome ong Monroe street there are sev-
eral places what buyere water spouts from
the roofs empty onied to the sdewals,
and during rhins spout forth water on
passing peOydestrians in a way that s
extremely unwarranted, because the
spouts sre supteed to be connected
winter month eanr the k Innd under itk. o-
vew manag the water to theliktter. ow
as most every drain is connected this
way, why can't the rest of them be
likewise? Any one who has had the
misfortune o wal by one of theseor
as on rainy day and get coRnway.
pletely "soused" wlth water will be
able to appreciate our argument.
p. me., attend, a to the business the
people sent him to attend to. The
Timyour -Union will acorent, him full credit
or everything that he does in the in .
torest of the tate. sald will gaiv him
the proper prshe for every public act
Try a bottleof wthy of praise, butni
when he starts out, tpains the overn-
ment ofthe eyour Linimeover to a private
oral placer to where place to poulae in
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Tuesday Oct. 23.
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Fancy work material a spe cialty.
Goveraer Steoes Nt a CaHdidate.
A Newton, N. J. 4dipatch of the 11th
says: "Governor Stokes ave out a
statement tonight in which he denies
that he is a candidate for United States
Senator to succeed John F. Dryden,
whoes succsesor will be elected at the
coming season of the Legislature. The
ovaernor's statement is prompted by
Sarticle printed today giving an ac-
count of a confersse between Con-
David "Baird Stats 5MIr Ai= O.
Briag, ad others. This oonpfareea
waad M in the interest of Mr. Dry.
den's re-election and la the accouet of
the confreshe it was stated that the
govewror was sending eat emaoulesa to
members of the leislature in the in-
terest Pf*i own a ldly ThV I T -
ernor des emphtlelly that hehas
directly or indirectly solicited any sup-
'pt"l He says he is pu-lnin now the
ii bhe has, follopid *JW since his
ft'n, and that Is to a rain from
sint the offlee of governor for the ad-
vancement of himself to any other po-
What will the Governor say as to his
drainage scheme in his message to the
Florida Legislature? Usually the Gov-
ernor is committed to a popcy only by
*old of mouth, but heft he has a vol-
ume of "literature" for reference sent
out over his own signature. Another
volyte wt be made up in the official
w .records aod l*hema of the al-
ready contradicts the other. Will he
call on the State to drain her own lands
in the Ever.Flades, or repeat his demand
that the "corporations" be taxed on
lands he holds they do not own? The
Governor must be impaled on the horn
of the dilemma hehas created. -Times-
Union Short Talks.
At man, ad. he is eof d
of U Iat al that goae to mike a fafth-
ful and ood official, and we say this
without being peruay qae
with Mr. Bennett. Thlt people of
Florida will Judge him by the tone of
his card, published-above.
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Mr. Clinton Dawkins, while kiAW
peam baut Saturday momiga, bet hs
balance and fell from the tre, break-
ins aad disaoaati his aikan d
calhs sameahldr. T Ma
rapidly mprovi under N care.
0 ldw- ho.
&f VvY~i4 UITA1Ip
No Matter What You PVpo ftYIwoo8
br-sac cic.thogot tOweunt
415 Kineine Imh'
e yea uWsOjZWgJ Cal *ow
Pt end. witMut east to me. a pla fr
flidhre eash byer for my propiwet. whih
eomisto of............ own.............
County......... ....s tato ...............
FoUowin is a brkef dsemriptlon ........
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A dIlch in 1m. sawsa nuism
SSave mar a ick apell .
g 1nh child
I HOREHOUND SYRUP
should keep supplied with Baiard's noreho--d f abe
wishes to Iay. her children from serious sick epea. t eo000
tains wayeb Mly nothing Injurious, does not oonstlpn s. Good
for chltldheo a well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should be obeaetd
A Household Ncssity.
J. C. Smith, Houstod; Texas, writes:t "I ha a oed
Ballard's Hureliotrnd rrup in my family for the past
feweama "(*And it far superior to w other oough
medicine wai hiav tried. Every houe aeold 4a
supplied *With tbl worthy remedy."
The Delight of Children.
CURBS COUOHS, COLDS WHOOPING
,.COGSOR THROA BRONCttl*
W M AAL LUNO T0JL
PAUCS 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSWVrS. Alb
sr. WUIAS, M&O.
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T-ails 3~, al
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Call Aid as..
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A WT Alo 11 wo *r
N W Wo s loC y wle of Wonman
r o s. Richard I IpI d president of lon mof m
ApMtin of Won iubso sholSingClubes whieb mosti
Theltl fest e oTwst stesdd fromo far ou sitors SS a2 SSa
so s d ee ot-ws ppl .88o hounpa s sing-
Wahs goad s T. HIRadolhSon. t o tio o eT rwa ondect Weea wdme n- s 3 a
Wof CREE st ime rwit h his hosts 'ae Pr ,idet Mr. C. Rayn"r t th e 1004 to her se a m **MA *
baser ea tr < J -T7 too, V Mrs. frgi t ad la1e's own Mt tN 0,
see Me the -Tse hpldTrobteee
totGreat uifte Mal goods damag oeda CJrTm ;
Anse MM g Samoay me r. J. cos. Pthe Ee so E.mite0. d
riugeiMiinM i ue torop1: sioir ojhmt th SSk
ggy a So ^we be yder eats at m* Mek, M Seenta7* TMMeth...* lesst bpt toi' to A WM aes M I M
.epter. .Of aceT id .- w w ,,w, .e t '.
sh o*l g el tfr IIon
I I1., li a1^ 0.W.M USI l PROGRAt RiM to Genra i:mrtfo, r. oink tide a ers oyu ho-SpitaS!. du to eaZ
,s .. .,*,*,**,., e ,,, .t. .. U ** an* Amo, e lto H,,,n t an,, ,d the,, -e Itan hMr Wa2iSr
Tbay Onlyh 2k.t fitT. R. as lee tm.taaetp d ast toW tomh a- ofr thitot
| aRndlp of -< )e that A Ath los o to b m t tin faulatre of T. B. i tim p eed
gpm M HO el7ntamprata led *bow;bMfi St AUirHerem the Co. ItI busn tess ota a-Mwadabthaorttfios *M*the
kagwe lhavetwy A, ni lwt ate ee last w a reeltal a3 -t ofef's weat e are pp v te e prmet ueaon. Crnd
Sl.. a Ofa pr ws rmea reV. eravi: tS- m m dohhndrd have b66tre d wmy
ot2&T A yo lad T rult who w tardy la nakoa w advane
at ed h es MlM yotedr ds A -a1 P p the ntiring ebor of th pmn of s a masi-a moetion seestrted
ig aT. te Atall te m Ovtare Merry W 7-vesh ofa th tor. ad th ty of Ai ae' dvt of ater d
a, WAMaIT= tMNr tbeA-ta.eybeifn wtook S. Wdtsorm t..................e want tomar
$M, to gt, or TMbsf foo m t o 8Co'elk MaM*9ot KhDp. Fonths Hard.h this d*traa he bee stato e to eithr. Tio emiste
Mkgg forjM g M aged *Ra *stagle Ge 1 S. John Chank willo tm Efet timt te R djal sad .ad t adB dm ot tn
5r r phit, Ata r We H- al All -iMren 8ton P3eo*-, .S.. re..........g efl ods:f o o r i theur thmtiet ofd
al f- ery g ^'g Ba e o a ". .odrd w w a. mdythe m e -, :-K th "eIeau
Igi, just th-m p In P Wtora Ka t eeet9e, o e le s ettadT tio e
Mr5tried--- -Ibusi, --ness-
Vw A yd ius nmatrameWk asfara' wee ,ithaa P to c ie s l
Brea, rBthM Mol st MiltAndin 'from CoTento n G.. ahiseeh b ee kep bee sdoy this C
.. -. be Rlaws 0 IF, MS.OIdf............ a dmot8 of the t ad the -pn- I of thep emm j
MasMa s Mate; Adnt of ws C Tn WfMmlam Co. w "M isas yA a tw oha
a Ie tf Pue Wh v em e aay w Oreinstral seompiment on heond e e nratitd to k"owthatU ti.pt of dohen e, s-
d lSS. slek-troubleSwthIa eeahthatlutd planeM is Kelpp. an coviaed of th Wm lr *f ienMiru oC to t Cam.
S' *, an wlatew hait weeM yeu thtk if o T omo, goods ad reals tim nd h y upper la e a smo t eo nom-
X le Whtel, to1 y-he b was ysta o A sontI oww Thankd d ..t t.Atlitan of their desir to wepply thrae a div ty of tht Mam.s o
dimB mt aevr ioUd Hsr.ouad Syrup Bu., h a Mi0s Buhb, wieth the best alway. priate to -m O umbr prLthnted.Te
AMi Bn sa ssts. 8 Paado, m n, A 0t wale op4 *t Burn. & Co.'s op
d . .* .tr. J. C. C D Co Bp. 47 Chopin A i tMay N ombr
TIe re, ti le A wh" and y Of ~th Pros. resultinga lowseto this toe r s ooJb
Of v hur estC fn writs"st: T sor ya Ila wtrouba a o Ls I. o t o bowuSWW muis tieoe88 rso. Od---eud
tM io -thWa vreswoulldt~awll 7 Rtardyove mak. inlga ao.
y eith the intr. Tis arss.! Kag Raters of cily,r.ainLongllow ae Don't h top n re. Comh on down
ps eoadeset wdt eal seomp Merry Wavs ofpp store aOund he advent=res ofG
bassm a fatr ra n i
la ahwsr, to build up iosw oo day sine*, T'h whatit dd for me ad Mis Poster. that everythd we in the b0e0 droeh a suite or
sme ? o m sm tgo A14 11 t o e, feda m ILo t m hane t.eJas te er
fnd possibly bo pleamat ve Comrt Overture............Holline h w bor 1I dles I skrt, bo sntaks of
Sonf or your newpoW ma Miowotmer as T a other ngask bua toomeentio.
oan trifd. tos heIt A whete and btlktted sett on a Wls d5we I reful to SVih d! dUrea o at
ev.k P00t4o0t, -mal-) puppy, about monthR o A-t en" Federati oousl-aro etend ano s oriaft wr Decem ir priisM. a1I
S-, I m he 0p u H a olr Swy rp t Md Mral, wi B L wle t ber 1 e t 1 alwa Dost mi opportunity. TC sthe
6t of k indes 6willa hoote. v en bng a recyia and K yofofKwe where youtm so omfein o r owde-
l IB a WWfor a Fels pleeeket d g Is Ul int t an M A was the a hay br OMAI5K.w Tae h :lb o turnd stawkao
You Must, See
Our magnificent stock of Silks, Brilliantines, Broadcloths, Repellants, Serges, Woolen Plaids, F
Ginghams and Outings to fully appreciate the extraordinary values we offer in
Our Dress Goods Department.
Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks and Jackq
to meet your personal requirements. Correct styles. Sterling qualities. Popular Prices.
I. ,,ILatest Novelties in Ladies' Silk Belts.
s.y. Ladies' 25 and 50c Collars for 10 andi
New Creations in Ladles' Shirt Waists.
IS PROVING A WINNER. THERE IS A REASON. IT IS A
TIh AmicI l6 r OKIII PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU THESE BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS.
Our line of Blankets and Comforts insa. Warmth, likewise Economy.
WE BUY FOR CASH. WE SELL FOR CASH.
The Econonies of eis system enable us to asms to our patrons the Bet Values and the Lowest Prices.
AW s o ApAJ,4
Apadrainage boys dropped their bread
with the buttered side down. 'Tis true
'ti pity and ity 'tie 'tis true!"-Jack-
sonville. C "m
The elbetion is a thing the past,
and the draip.a. amendment has been
defeated. A m to hT' coity. e Voth
against it may be largely ttrObuted to
Governor Broward's unwaf1 UtadN
in tie removal of Sheriff George R.
noithstandin the fact that five hun-
Sd 1. W/. lo 4 ty petitioned
him to do so. n a great measure those
S yoted for the amendment did so
that the" Governor
future rectif the
aa1t" pple wl e people eie ted
his removal was a
the G r d earn that the in-
d jury failed to
,ueni g aia~ contrary he was
nThe matter h.
a few mossback
,te B gthe people. It
e .w saGovernor that
pect anyt deliver m the
e.o voters justly
thayt their votes
10 will for political ae ewie
ma t of tW latU. We ae l0w told
the Govder = s e hem byin-
ftendu a mal Iu k .M rt
poumsin asam to be 1186 ein
the u. cat *m.u aosmbly, but as mt-
to= now stand the Governor cannot ex-
et any favors from the mna)rity of
th voters of Ctftas County. -Citrus
that we ve heard of was adopted in
It permits the people in any section
where there are lands needing draffw
ae to .organize into a district, elect
a tr, f among
.MV49a9 e of tax
t are willing to pay, ust as we or-
y o spad al dwitricts in Flor-
ida, on a the former case several
cIig imibm dedin onedistricet.
This-shoukl ervei a hint to Governor
Broward a the lgislat re,-Punta
The .V or e
that laws are o
scheme. He d AC MvAI m
his sorrow that the people of lorida
need no despot to rule them-Ta a
The Drainage A
get the heavy supp
pected so was defeat
-Crystal River New ,
The Governor's home
and his voting w ..
voted agatnthia sdn -..
Governor Broward nnwIM
the defeat of his d
says that he will t f t
it, but on anoth ..
will define his I
speech he is to mak
the holding of the -|
sle, by their expr M
1twek. don't wat ant datn.
from what the defeated ae
proved, it be Qovernor hopes for
W = Ip n Ofe voters of the
Well, the election is over and in some
respectsit has been a monumental @ur-
prike& Who would aw e thought that
after having elected Hon. N. B. Brow-
ard Governor of Florida on his drainage
platform that "the people the rank
and Ale of Democracy, at the very next
election would practically reverse their
own deealion in regard to drainage.-
Carrabelle Advertiser. [That's easy.
No one at that time ever dreamed that
a drainage boad of Ave would have the
audaty .o ak tw people for any meh
powers and privileges, and when their
eye er opened they nipped the
nti scheme In the bud, as sensible
bridians should have done, and we
believe always wil do when thy et
Straight after scheming political trik-
ters, whoee stock An trade is abass of
-heir betters who oppose hem. See
mm orT THEf CONlO"
first National Bank
In the tate* of VWes% as th.e a., of bumlsins
n6ow.I.. I gth66
IAMani Fd to ........
a uwde .. 9 8 4
-Uaaro m"d zA e.16,14 a
Smoanks (not rmer.
Dshim -. anki and Bankers UflaU
Coa 4W ......
tawful Mo- ResswooJ!""
specie.. ......... p......
(41 Par oft cc cireulatift) ...... .....3&No00
Tot.......... ... .. 8 7
CapiWttalebwk paldin -. 006
National It not". oulatandl 44000
Due to National Bask. 3-01111463
Me.t 8 aske and e&.8017 6
Due to tCmais Savings
Timeo =f t.. d
Wow ..................... .6. 41 log
SIvAYS DA. M
bank. do inrdabu 4~ S heabove intatmemmot
is true to thebest of my kn; md eif
Subscribed and swurm to before me this 17th day
of Now.. I106.
STATEMCT Of TIE CONDTON
S [Alf SAVINGS BANK
in the oft% 4d V~pw aMdmetumbow""eau
on the bth diy of Nov.. 1606.
R~aI LAW 00a
WMe10 00- .31.65
5 .tame md-...eu.be 1b :.ereme #544 71k a
* ..- rj-W
- .~. ~
Last week we said that the fight was
over and that,come victory ordefet,we
were content to let the matter rest as
decided by the people of the State. To
us this seemed the proper stand, but as
was the case befeoe election, we dis-
agree with the Governr, Broward re-
fue eeto accept the vote on the drain-
age &ame .mea as the "yvooe of the
people." Well If he Is able to force
another fight he will find himself the
mooett Wo am n n f terida.
k naY u are buy diae-C
mthe tfa dra a ment
tnen nd the of defeat.
GoviewtB hwar i~ ed as saying
that it was because the paOple did not
fuh1 understand the p n before
did understand the tion as pre-
sented by the t able speaers and
the q b
an the was lst drainae.
To ay khamqe p
Ing reflects nt fthe
voters 9fjt.-0a Reporter.
C., the father of Albert C iee, is
vW dmgvaf m* the w.II
Mr. J. W. Oatee aO.d Mftem. Sarah
Cat turnmB a juI tIWN. a ,we i.W
Itiang relativela the city.
Mr. IL Lfor a
vedo~ Oak to i
The drainage vote here wa only six
and148 a the
acC.tal, ,.the votes being con-
on the ticket from the fact that
motelige me of our people rank high
fto prevent any po tican foollng
n twite on the same rotten apple.-
P tle r "ta r ,
Ian .& eaaounty te' vote on the
ammiadent was a fraction
ior it t L" aialmit, haj
the roptioe.. Oads-
We lL Wo t homS
i t m mmbesM of the beard
l n . Ura n h amo-- **e.
'' ~ d Sumedo mt^ ^^^^a -^^^P5^
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. gee. en Uurno I
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FANCY FLANNEL8, Mohairs, Venetians and Serges at.................. .
MOHAIR8, Plain and Fancy Black Goods, and Rain -Cloth.............. ..S... *
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03 i 11a
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4 Lk~ ~ '1
,, s 7^ Everything of the Best for the Holiday Buyers.
PS'* "THAT ARE CONVINCING. PRICES ARl^ RIGHT.
s ocitous Clerks to Walt Upon You and Attend Yo Every Want
L~mm w mVsumiar.
LbS lb.eiiaisi fnter Ps
Mrs. Young, of Miami. is visiting her
pM , e, MN an Mrs. B.O. W."er,,
on E at Park ven.
makes selections. Priq2from fifteen
dollar up. it EAt
ir. Henry Q. Leter went to Bain-
bridge Sunday to visit some of the fair
but missed? his train, and had to re-
os..' "/ ri, "
i Mlathes has return to
es at lthe C. lIer's ofmee
.gveal days basn visit to
M sIerl Tampa Times
no to be Mr. Thomas Costs is
1fare. Lust Philbrick house, recently_
Na aId ghe Mrs. Dr. Robertson. on
Same andeps for his family's.
Sttheir hi o l e, l and
oitimonto home a&nW Q late
Sos, but asandI B tnring
SWY NMs I will mace rIfest
The most complete lie o toilet sets
wver .bri hs-* ti Ai. H. M.
rf. S. Whit left t dWLff a few
daslsetMitto fri.so addor i
Tallahassee.-Live Oak yemocrat,20th.
Everith in e 4 of I's Pur
ishin g eareby Burns & Co.
Their Fall Line Hosery is worth
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, State Su-
perin IM of8hpolis, W. U. 4 lo-
way, Miss Clem Hampton and State
Treasurer W. V. Knott attended the
fair at Tamp
Gov. Broward, A. C. Croom and Miss
Jefferson Bell returned Friday night
from Tamnp, where they attended the
opening of the State fair.
The first of the year Judge T. M.
Shackleford and family will occupy the
Woods residence, comer of Calhoun
street and Cst Park avenue. Miss
Salile Blake and her father will move
into the house vacated by Judge Shack-
leford on North Calhoun ttreet.
At a special meeting of the vestry-
men of St. John's church Tueodayeven-
ing it was decided to purchase the lot
at the corner of alhounand Call street
for a building site for a rectory. This
undertaking Has received its initiative.
from the active Inteest lately taken in
by the ladies of St. Anes Guild and
from urgent ua-Liomade by Bishop
Weed during ht visit here. It is now a
certainty that a handsome rectory will
be built n the near future.
Our 'lectruc Liht Plaat.
Then oewm a a1U ws"ertse Ehetrie
Light Plant have very reason to be
of I&?& tt
man Is in charge of the plant and light
= Ice and is always working to please
consumer. I -
Their patronage has increased im-
Messrs. W. R. Wilson, Duval Bros.,
Gilmore & Davis Co., P. T. Nicholson,
M. Goodman, Levy Bros. J. W. Cor-
bett, VanBrunt & Demillf, ourselves
and many others have intalled, as
larger quantity of electric lights, some
of them depending entirely on same for
their light supply.
All of this sIould be an encourage-
ment to the managers of the plant to
see that their output is increased as
much as possible, thereby assuring the
patrons the best service possible at all
The merchants are doing their part,
so be aure and do yours; show that it is
appreciated, and when all things are
equal, or more than equal, give the
City's Electric Plant the benefit of it.
"Hanan aid "Qjeen Quality"
Shoes are a spelaltystth Burns & Co.,
who are the exec agents for Talls-
hassee. s 89
Judge C. B. Parkhill and family are
occupying the residence of Hon. A. C.
Croom, whoe family are stopping at
In consideration of the fact
that everything we use if the
Livery Business, shuch as grn,
hay, labor etc.. is handled only
on a qa b e will 4e
extend dit after D6 *-
ber 1, 1906.
C. A. SHOEMAKER.
3.26 J. P. OU89UN.
-- -.w U
For Evening or Street Wear
AN ELEGANT SELECTION |
In models that are Beautiful, but not Costly. They repeat the Features and the Effect of
splendid Foreign Coats. Smart practical Three-quarter Length Tweed and Black Coats of w
' Cheviot and Broadcloth. Close fitting Hip Length Coats, lined throughout; also an assort-
ment of Three-quarter Lengths, loose. They represent the styles of the year's most Fashion- I
A beautiful and varied assortment of Cravenette Rain-Proof Coats.
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THB STORB WITH
Raw wool thd cotton have been ascending
in price for some time. "
Otr prices have remained the same, be-
c e wers n reapred for the advance.
-n' nt intie serviceable gMde that
area Asains. Nothing cheap or shoddy.
They contao tj money value-and service.
< '| :
.7r5 I _
rn hundreds of styles, few of them dupli-
Sitled'tbyond one or so of a style. Well
,Gt, Perfect Fitting. In Panama and
Mixed Suitings, Plaids, Checks, and new
Gray Mixtures. In the New Pleated
.! i ; I
t, II I I err II11I 1 --- ---- ----1- -- -m-m~-
,a t *
A Magnificent Display of Silverware
in Chocolate and Tea Sets-all the
An appropriate Holiday Gift
IT IS HERE that the t a
' the particular and those
beauty lovers are entirely sMt
One look isquite convincing. .
. 0 0
A cordial Invitation extended to in-
spect our handsome display
IiCAL A n LII 13 8LNU
t dW filingss" are no e order of
Amether large t of CREX at
Mr. W. MeG. way, of Waclasa,
was I thecty fy.
fftW sad aty toilet sets: H.
N. =M,. V
Mr. P. M. CarmhaeL of Monticello.
was r i tried th Le saturday.
Mr. G. P. Rssell made a business
trip to Havaya Monday..
The 9th meeas eat, drink and be
merry, and the next day am the doctor.
elegant Slver Novelties for the holi-
days P. T. Nicholsoe, the Jeweler. 89
Hon. William IL I aed wife are
visitleg Mrs. Clyde L Walker.
The work of straightein out and
pavia of sidewalks on C a street,
(College avenue) is propgr ing rapidly
a d see it will be one of the prettieet
in the eity.
Cravenettp ov:roa the best pro.
tetien from both cod and in, and
the only suitable coafor t climate.
Regular price, S offered by
Bu ras&Co. for $15, 18 2 88tf
Geaeral Fred. L. Robertson was in
the city for a few bours Saturday after-
aoo. oa bin way from the Confederate
reunion at Gatnesville, to Waycrome,
where he will apd a few days with
his wife and ehr before returning
to his duties at Tallahassee.-Live Oak
DUat on the 17th instant at the real-
does of Mr. W. T. Bannerman Mr.
Samuel Hunter, of Westminster, South
Carolina. Mr. Hunter was an old Con-
federate soldier, served the greater
part of the war on the staff of General
. C. Lee, who was his brother-in-law.
Mr. Hunter has been visiting Mr. Ban-
aermam for a number of years.
The Ta- aha-se German Club ho ld
dese at thia Leon Hotel a Monday
liht, with aM attendance of about
ss..es eoupt e. Geral and Mrs. La-
mar, Mims Lamar, Hutehins and An-
mw m *0r the -er n ain"
esetom. end the dadne. was the most
of t e .macse. Musie was
Miss W ieAsM's Omabss-
tea by Mr. Sh sbeart, o Jack-
CS Cha. G. Myers has eetdnued to
***** lafwr another
is -m m a shAha hmtn.-
Mr. George Lwis has been visiting
at Miami for several days.
Mr. 0. I. A. Watt, the hustling piano
man from Jacksonville is in the city
Another large t of CREX at
Many fat healthy turk are await-
ing execution next Thiurday.
Hon. James Edwards, of Jefeson,
was amonf his warm Tallahassee
friends agfa yesterday.
The True Democrat enjoyed a very
pleasant visit yesterday from Rev. w.
H. Ztler, pastor-elct to our Presby-
Dr. Armron, th well "anJack.
onville eye ali wimake a pro-
feessonal vsit in p4r, to Tallahas-
see, od can be at the Bloxham
hotel, December 18 14. 80-8t
Pars terilaa Chubch Servis.
Rev. W. H. Zeigler, pastor elect.
I Regular service 11 a. m. andat 7 p. m.
I Sermons by the pastor nelet. Sabbath
school at 9.46 a. m; Prof. L W. Buch-
holts. Midweek service on Wednesday
evening at 7 p. m. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
union ThaskeBwinviag Servls.
Union Thankagiving services will be
held Thurday, November 29th at 1)
a. -m. w the Methdist Cah, the
Baptist, Presbyterian and Methodist
Churches uniting in the service. Rev.
Wm. H Zeigler, pator of the Presby-
terian Church, will preach the sermon.
The people are cordially invited to at-
Two Sod B aaBn.
The condition statements of the First
National and State Savings Banks, pub-
lished elAewhere in this issue., consti-
ttote a strong endoresmaet of the sol-
vency and solidity of these eeellent
and 9oeroua lnetitutkmn,. as well as
an ffetie dvrtemnt *of the pros
paty and p o Tallasess and
,ty th gra the two to-
rether. the ie aoal an mW orafer
showing is made of actual eas atse
subject to daily e in the business of
the ia" ontia to only a trife
Irat IWhsays that Tallahan is "a
a Cad 1me.
Mrs. CWe Lamar Walker enter-.
taoed at0 r beo on North Monroe
St. eo Moeday afteroea nb honor of
or sharmig vsto. Misses Laar,
Mr. R. J. May. Montieello, was
regsaterd at the L dany.
PANo R SAL.-Upht; used lit-
tle; excellent condti&e- BauaaU Term
to responsible party. & 8. this oe.
YadG th a
Mr. C. M. e>y. of Madion, was
S the city Monday.
We have opened u the t stock
of h gi | SrU@&kle and
Lodeda 8ha1aln Midk ]Prda upstairs
in our Nrly m odaf tr CaII and
ses a T.s..T y.ad p' N.
Copy for chan in advtisements
must mst positively come to the office
by Tuesday. If after that day in
future the change will be madeth fol-
Ask for the Adler gbve- rried by
Burns & Co.-and you w find the
popular shades for fall lrfr at reason-
prices. V 88-tf
A nice tribute to the late liery
Rerareuter, by Judge J. T. Bernard.
came in too late for this issue, but it
will appear in this newspaper next
Miss Eva Hodge, who is attending
college in Tallahassee will spend
Thanksgiving with relativeN at home.-
Sopehoppy item in Canra i News.
An assortment of Ilidy Goodn to
plea.. the whims of ti/most critical.
P. T. Nicholson, the Jireler. 89
Mrs. D. C. Andfron and little
daughter. Lueile and Anna, left last
week to visit relatives at Newnan and
"Hanan" and aoo Quality shoes.
Steteom hats, "AlIer' gloves and
everyt toat plar prices,
in the n of tmna ood a for men
sold by Burns o 88-tt
John P. Wall sand enneth I. McKay
left over the Seaboard last night for
Tallhassee, where they will look after
important legal matte before the
Supreme Court.-Tampa Times, 15th.
Parts the- Fruit Cake
Materiasoewin wel tbemaelves by
purchaainr tha rom T. B. Byrd 4
Co. beet quality to be
From present aIndieatons the much I
heraIMdd mesial comedy, *Miss All-.
." Wo is billed b to appear n
mNo hwi asat Munres opewahease,
will be wesomed a laare and fash-
from other eatlse endorse tho attraction
as e o f the best se oea Pretty
musds, of the light and frothy kid,
b *tty girls wh are well
ensemble number, 1.
ca p w a ve form of enter-
talol d ceol prom-adt
= "M"i of of ft at
Lesal eremls ber Ti -eeal.
Baest Ame oe Taslhmie the of.
dieat State Auditor. arrive in tim
ity tst mght, sad is among the gauets
at thAeA i.
Hea. M.. Mabry, of Tallahause.,
lerk of the supreme court of Florida,
tompaned hbTs eharm% bride, ar-
rived f th eity yeIy, and are
tests eat the W dM. They will go
to Tampa and visit the tats fair be.
fore returning to Taillhae.
MHi Clem ampteoe, of Talthame,
arrived in the city at night, and will
bea guamt of the Aragon for several
days. Mia Hanm.ten is wellU hnown
throughout Florida, and especially in
Jackaonville, where she has a host of
J. Hugh Reese, at ne time a mem-
ber of the local staff of the Timeo-Un-
ion, but more lately connected with the
Savannah News In the asam capacity.
passed through th city yesterday, en-
route to Tallahae. where he has ac-
cepted a poeltiom.-T. U., 18th.
The well-M r a satisaed
air disenmable in o r. He orders
his sults and his furnishing
good at Burns a 38 if
Miee Florence Howell, has been up
from Perry, "'ylor county, where she
is teaching school, visiting fsrinds, and
Jeft yesterday to attend the Eucational
day services at the Tarqpa ii..
Anot',r large shipment CREX at
Corbett's. V 39
Is the brand that
superior quality has
on land and sea
FINEST CANNED GOODS
IN THE WORLD.
Every can is guaranteed as
to quality. Try them, you
will like them and want
more of them.
bemuhI @ib tW V l-
Te Tand feel JWfaaM g- a
posed 0f T
Inl study. Our dm e
wchurge tihe pe em --M
Kid." otuhis s a
own thereown b.
afrom lo altalent them
tion amdwork f the lb i
mn spvalh are to be a dema'aI
ITl eetu e edy. Ore d e Ms
nouwe thint o sof tee is
bTle. s not nleyt N. W f
Prices 75 cents nd 6 septs. Be suip
own tove b0 are o b
the mer plas et deaste to
to go andi enjoy yt.veS TBtsa
consist of the following :
Misses Cae Sweet a, e tho be M
lcity Mrs. Biso, Msrs. P. G.M
Clyde R. Miller. d. d. Blake, *vr d
Byrd, C. G. Puleston, Harry PWree,
C. E Arundel and W. A. Putnam.
will please you. Their
been made famous both
4NIh "I W"=
A PULL L,
THE center of attraction for the
most complete and beautiful
line of Jeweler's Goods in the city.
IF YOU LIKE Canned Goods of the
cbe ROYAL SCARLET
Pos tALs my
' t 't
96brimw our bark we
waft our ols away.
Wbh W my blast
bam" tbe chiulin od
we ae not redreed in
m wi"th our God.
Oct. 1, 106.
0. W. LESTRk.
j^.,r-o h Li
mi. cm rs sIMME.
Yeslwa aseortasaemi old
Iim anos h Livaaa e.
meksm ersof the Liberty
A Nevaala .of .14
could not br a ma seh banepm to
Mrs. Luela W utl o Carol ._ Wb.,
as did one 26e box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when it completely cured a run.
ning more on he l, which had toa ,
turned her 1 long years. Greatest as
tiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds and
Sores. 46c at all drug store. *
N. HI 3ke nmaa, Jr., 3D.e .
Boston, Nov. 8.-Students from the
South at Harvard met today and formed
the Cotton Belt States Club, composed
ef men from Georgia Florida. Ala-
bama and Missiscipp. Henry Holland
Buckmaa, Jr., 1 of Jacksonville,.
Flas. was eleed c president. The
prudent is M. L. Cohen, 1 L. Macon,
.,d the a rt-treaWurer, C. A.
iIham, 2 L. Talla a, Ala. The
is intended to bring togetew in a
Eoil! way men from the same section
f the ountr" ad promote Harvard's
Interests In the Roeaffty. H.H. Mack-
man, Jr., is the son of State Senator
Buekman, who was re-elected Tues-
day. He is known as a student of
"When I wa a druggst, at Livonia,
Mo.," wrilt T. J. Dwyer, new of
Grayvillet, 4 _D i of iyjlmErs
were permanently cured oT ensump-
tion by Dr. King's New Discovery, and
are well and strong today. Onu wa
trying to sell his property and mrveto
Arisona, but after using New Dis-
eovery a short time he found it un-
necesary to do so. I regard Dr.
Gooi, 8alsh ad BlaOds, iad Our xpeiee of 8 'yean in the ]
BusItes, (ten years in the north a tw~ ty i In th south) enable s to
and perform all that is required of us in th JIa ye also make a specialty of
. .2 .
PLU'I N G.
and as this is a part of the Building Busines we are 's position to furnish the latest improve
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and aeccding #A
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.
I i i 'I *i a I ft
Print and Prosper!
~ V *~'-..~j*
ee John 0. Collins bout Your Job Printing I
ivierythit Nkand Up date- Mdclila and Tye the BoM
radles. i and CrdI Sck, and the B laks, with Me I
Add*M Yd Thed. TIMN eosentlals assMe the Best resale.
COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, *T*M*,Pho B in8
CALL PHONE; SEB AND OBT US.
te Mned b y
oNroVe UI towar. The T o.n.
S wa preented to Col. John S.
of the eighth Confederate
e*d remained under his com-
a he commanding
,who died a few week m ago
ji+l M to snamwer the final roll
4* cepHllmmt to their old corn
!a1dlr, the survivin member of the
' *le"e d Colonel Prather their
fiuwWs VsTee Law agreedd.
I te at various plaes in the county.
We arrested they atostly denied b
S g vagrants, some saying that they
'r t laying off from work because of
"e-B, while other endeavored to con-
-ast narfgument that would mislead
SI olMl by a sorting that they were
todowork at the dance halls and
when arrested. In one or two
S"M the owners attempted to mis-
i e e rs by piriting the negroes
this work was successful, but the offlt
tes aseured almost every party In the
raid that came under their notice.
to blant rea l hehd the o a herif'ln wesc
vto the effect that many nerolikmenly to be
S' women wore sen loitering around the"
mdia enfly places, and it was the sought bi
Mr. W no pushed hie deputies that ddi-t
would be **oerlr rood move to attempt
to break 61) this practice. A plan was
mapped out which has so far worked
vory well. Other raids are likely to be
=1l any time, and a the county Is de-
alrous of pushing the road work, addl.
'. ,i o the list of county convicts will
1'9lilt heebettally received.
M Ida morning the prisoners num-
SIbenrin 12 men and H women, under the
ow"velianc ef two deputy sheriffs ad
rd were marched frop the
SIfD tIt to the seee of the read
Ge e Bay road. Thes
SIPrI iIa Mi OlIng in a house a short
Sli te ane of the work.
la quarters front
'no tie tor sqan
| dohige ]Oit work wit the ovel,.
.a ad lo a rvisor and the ruards
rea t tie men are giving tha
and turpentine le
ar thad with tshehriffa n
o work f the v aw law.
eer s dae t labor e a
Saomd a1 ar m to" South loddA. and
SM laa so In Poflk amty. Now that
m* ef looklbg WAo sad t a ownan of
and rpete i hare I
g C "6pe1"d and 1. Trial ottle
In front of Strickland Bros.' store
and in the presence of a large crowd,
the first gun of the wet and dry cam-
the forefront of every Iluor a ht that
m boo wgde i ln P ort 'O te years
says the Plant City Courier.
Mr. Carpeter took as his subject:
"Progre sand Preoperity," and he
handled the subject in a meet able man-
ner. He fairly riddled to shreds the
argument ao feqently used that bar-
ron, h. elp buinses. The speaker
showed to da bearerm what a barroom
in a community stands for and showed
how that it was not a promoter of
schools, of Mhurchee, of morals, or of
any eamtorte of the home.
Mr. Carpenter I thoroughly alive to
every phase of the subject of prohibi-
tion and i a fearless and forefuil advo-
sate of the eause he represets, and
thea element have contributed no tit-
tle towards winning the fight m those
counties that have gone dry.
We understand that as soon as the
general election a is over petitions are to
be circulaed with a view to calling a
wet and dry election for Hillsborouh
county, and if the enthuialam shownin
Wednesday's meeting lis indicative of
anything, Plant City will come pretty
nearly going dry, if, indeed, she dosen t
go that way. -Tampa Times.
Atwas Was 5elt.
When a man says he always was
wick-troubled with a cough that lasted
all winter-what would you think if he
should say-he never was since using
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such a
Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado
writes: "For years I was troubled
with a severe cough that would last all
wlator. This Ipouh left m In a iaser-
able condition. aie Ballard'aieo-
hound Sytup and have nbt had a Lick
da since, That's what it did for me."
JC v JerOrrgaaile.
New York, Nov. 1.-V or the pre-
tection, the preservation and the exist-
ence of civil and religious rights and
Privileges of Jews, the Ametian Jew-
osh committee, composed of prominent
members of the race fromnr all rt of
the United Staes,. was OrgaMI at
the Hotel Savoy today. It is not the
purpose of the committee to interfere
with the work of any existing inistitu-
tion. but the idea is that it shall be a
pr '9r anltbaarft intative
all the Jews in the UUnit tateo,
,hAMI blf as u fund read
or any sudden call, uch as the Kish-
nef masacrea or the San Francisco
fter. Oscar F. "Straus, of Nw
ork, oon to be seeret of
me an laOr Jde Mayer Sua-
P1. oDr. Ra.Q0.
lUrh, of Chicago; Prof. J. H. Hol-
luder, of Baltimore; Jeaob H. ".1$if,
of New York, and Daniel O menhalm,
of New York, are members of the
An Irea Safe sad w Cases-
for sale helap at
SJ AfANU' Stone.
bsetrte to The Tae D omerat.
4~ .;. ..
JE*. D. F e40-
WHEELWHRIGT and BLACKSMITH.
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .
A portion of the pablei
patronade It so lelted
and satIsfaetloel uamans
ftpIC m m
SEA bA b#AT
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
SAVANINAHt, COLUMBMiAr m
PINES, RALEIGH, RINHMONB WASHNO--
TON, BALTIMORE, PHILADEL IA, :s
- 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. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to r
me before pu Ihasing.
I am Genrs Alent fto
the sale of the Economy
Fene, and know it to be
Can be built for les than
15 cents a Rod.
40-tf Centreville. Florida.
THEI CLLDKEiS FAVORITE TONIC.
EWAIe *O IeMlApT1e*.
TWIr6eWS eel'Pama OISYL T 9V
Ballard-Snow ULiat Co.
*v. rLeDVI. -NO.
FOR SALE BY HARDElt-8ITH CO.
For full information and sleeper
A. 0. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
reservations call on any
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad Co.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20, 1906.
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ILl P. DO M e S
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mestic Goods, Notions, Gu adl
Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes,
got= ithba sd micbt'tomk
U. I rE.Ki ;~ jj~
i~ nd imAnne ranm I ~
R 5J.Aa JLw%.. . "
I . .I .- ,1
Iql i .HIAVYO^ ^A
vers, at New
m i t Bdt. o f Cecil, G., s visitin
Ol of Ha a, with
i's home the Metropolis.
Kim Lils Bryan, of the Capital City,
the aecomplished music teacher In
aires this term. She comes out
days and returns home on Thur-
sr. Somebody ls wishing she would
ad all her time here.
iP. Elton Patterson and Mr. Harley
wntly. h f t ie.
drs. Dr. Sni i t a toa r,
= s proof ot ill of Dr. J. T.
1r. 6 ni*'a"Vires is with his brother,
RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE
Npw located next to Levy Bros, Bit
MYFRMvaD.d Wint" CABAL
3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE. -.-
the -ompanf padys yor" pererum *euu mjra o B ifn .^ -- T
without interest and these premiums Clei,n' Altering and Pressing a Specfalty. Cle
Are not deducted from face of .Pims m ,1w, ss .mt --.msm. *. ,.
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
SAWnt for -Apanese Cleasall for remowvtig gra '
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without iajury. Pi g lo.
, -,j.r : ,j
maiM, vtlAd ber Drotersh nere from
Saturday to Sunday.
day". -Wowou t bt th |
bein in order all te time. The
here is not lase but omne beeun |
oncetat the Capital City.
* Miss Annabelle Aubrey visited Mrs.
1Cm in Wal-N eeb FPisgr pM|
I mrY. C. ,
Mr. Icat m
After a twot
but let us prove it to you.
INAUind YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIPE.
IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Blorlds
Mr. Hunter V
school tem he-t r-
town "ims to b eial ttenetion
for him these days.
Miss Lila Smith, the teacher of Oak
Dale school, spent Saturday and Sun-
da with her parents.
Mia Mary Woodberry, who will be
among the 'swet girl graduate*" of
the Woman's College next June will
be. the Thanksgiving guest of her
parents. We will have several other
visitors among us.
Mr. R. C. Snipes has some strong
friends in Chaires also, who rejoice
%. that his labors have been rewarded by
Jbis promotion asu general freight and
pas-enger agent of the Georgetown &
Col. John Bradford, of Tallahassee,
Is spending a few days in JacksonvIlle,
P guest of her cousin, Mrs. Prank C.
S 'er, on his way home, after spend
the summer in New York.-Me-
SAnother largey ent of CREX at
The*e's s *use
alki, you can't best Herbine for
be liver. The gmetet regulator ever
FURNITURE AT REDUCED PRICES.
For the next 30 days my entire stock will go at re-
duced prices in order to make room for the large fall
stock which is beginning to arrive.
In the mean time we are going to~have a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:
60Tpestry gs, 27 ............-------------- $ 1.60
48 tR 27x ---x-- -- -.... 1.85
12 aevtAkainst4 Ruars, 23x86,-.------ ---- 1.00
60 Aji.tr.ua., 97W .... -------- 2.25
48 Axminster Rugs, 36x72, .------.............. 4.00
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from-........---.----.---.....1.50 to 3.00
Granite Art Rugs, 9x9,............-------------.-------........ 4.00
SmIN ilAa m .~ -, ---.-T 12
C &VMfP.4 IyJ
A Cup ef Waite nuse eur le l
Neca sad Java Ceo e
is what goes straight to the
evey man at breakfast thi aad
one know. that only good grocers
good coffee. We take special ia
our brands, as they have Ml
$wne famous. Just as ood ath
fee we sell are teas, which
hoMs good throughout our entire
We sell nothing but the best
products-those we have
selves, and so can stand by them.
VISIT THE POPULAR
'J. W. Couaxs, O r
loql My stock over
IAHASLE flURNITURE SITR-
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
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and Shoes, also
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New 4nd Beautiful Designs.
Big Stock Just Received....
4 ~'. 'b77 ~'
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Prices Rngle from $2 to $1
W.e have just opened up another Carload of Bureaus, Beds, Sid
l offering you a 1
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All handsome Oak Goods, at Lowest ePrce.
large new line of Picturi Moulding. We do Neat Work and'
Deliver Goods Promptly.
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WE HAVE THE
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BOUGHT FROM J. D. CAY
The other "Wished he had."
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