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VOL.* 2. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1907.
Good Govenmment; Honesty in Public Office;
Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.
40-ttf lAS. G. Ys petition .asklg the board to call a wet passed ajd th author of theepartic. (3) The legislation in wlek the person, It& d adeverypWui of
ge 1WanWd dry eleeties. You can have yours ular bill referred to understood that partnership or corporation thus repre- precaution wOere pad,
I narrowly ( ped having Krom-; stricken therefrom if you requt or when corporatkM rpresenUtative rented by him is interested. (4) The one dollar and aheif. We, je
tar staxi ,demand it but do it before or at the came to Tallahassee he wupu have to eampensation paid, or agreed to ih paid of our enterprisite~ll ei~lst l
**Narrowly? meeting fTueday. February 6th. when. do all his work in the ope' .they would to, or received by said agent, atuarne., this ausaestito and make -i "
o"Ye e vote wa very clow;, it isaid. the petition will be filed. have no further intet is the matter, or representative for his services im be- ty in the iproduttionf of --
four doctors against t-iv.. LuT.sville | .. and as a result there would be fewer of half of said lewson. partnei'hip or cor- mous A in Gadeden county.e-
Courier-Journal. Satmenbee for The True Uemocrat. these bills introduced sad fewer lobb'- poratiem. tAnner.
PRESS ASSOCIATION m oam'" to LEGISLATIVE LOBBY wema's Ho.. Mi.s.ioary society. ENTHUSIASTIC
Senator Talbert, of Edgetleld, one Quite an interesting meeting of the
MEET AT KIY WEST day last week rather surprised the AT TALLAHASSEE woman's Home Missionary society ofj EXPOSITION
South Carolina Senate when he intro- the Methodist Church was held at the
duced a ioint resolution which provide parsonage January 29tn, 3:30 o'clock. ----
March Sixth t An l Sesste.--The h plenear e Many Come to Tallahassee to Lobby Twenty-one members and one visitor Meeting. E lles Call Long Maasles,
Pregrame Asseunced. operation thirteen years, and the ap For and Against Passage. Bat were read by the ottfficers. At the close at Tallahasse., to Be Rep.
oThe executive committee of the ointment of a commission to a rtan a there st Oths of the meeting the following officers dlced at Jameo
The executive committee of thethe condition and wind upthe affairs of are tr t others ere elected for the ensuing year:J
Florida Press Association met last the institution preparatory to closing it A number of newspapers have lately President. Mrs. P. T. Mick er;' 1st From the Tampa Times ofika 26th
evening in the office of the Fraternal out. had considerable to say about lobbits Vice-President, Mrs. R J. Evans; 2d w k th ll
Record. The committee is composed He introduced a companion measure and lobbying at Tallahassee during the Vice-President,. Mrs. E G. Chealey; we otak lowing.
o member,.: President calling for an amendment to that afe- 'ndobcying at T- Pasee uring te Piresident Mrs. J. E. Wilson; With nearly every meqbrpMaemnt,
of thefollowing member: President tion of the constitution of the State legislature, and there is no doubt .c incinretaryMrs H. T. Fk including those recently l d the
C. L. Bittinger, Star, Ocala; Secretary. under which the dispensary is operated, the world that all that has been said on Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. William' board of governorsof the hthlanm Ex-
T. J. Appleyard, Index, Lake City ; J. providing that it shall be stricken from the suoject is timely, and that steps; Child; nTreasurer, Mrs. N. M. Bowen ; iti hld anI in.t.e .3*la.
W. White, Fraternal Record, Jackson- the constitution.shouldbe taken to correct the many Superintendent Press Work, Mrs. 1. S. on hld an interestin a ethu-
ville; Tom F. McBeath, School Expo A measure providing for a change in Patterson : Agent Our Homes, Mrs. T. slastic meeting at State fair hftiauar-
nent, Gainesville; J. F Sherwood, the dispensary system has been rather abuses that come from professional B. Byrd ; Assistant Agent, Mrs. W. M. terms yesterday afternoon, disceasing
Democrat, Live Oak; Harry L. Brown expected in the House, but was not lobbying. But during the last session Mcintosh. many matters of importance to the
Record, St. Augustine; W. A. Russell looked forin the Senate at this time of the legislature high State officials Our Korean Work in San Francisco. .
News,rPalatka. and there seemed to be no anticipation and high ex-State Officiais were acered- under the su..m'enoy of Dr. Reid,' i' st boardm'in "riml, determined that
The following was decided on as the of the length towhich the Senator from -e accce, ta hed and apparently n I
e ro lnm e Edgefield would go in his efforts to ited with doing mch in the lobbyists ly etrkinh condition eavy sI am e option shall fe a grand success
n Jacksonville, Monday, March bring about the reform over which the line, to prevent investigation, to have r h fu' and greatly e oy the I r.e. feature.
4, leaving at 8 30 p. m., over the Flor- State has fought two hot campaigns passed, and to prevent the passage of wark. our Christmas night gather- was i n the city from Florence Villa,who
ida East Coast always for Miami; The feature of his effort lies in the measures, etc M at lohbbhyng is dan- ing there were over f.rty Koreans pres- wat the cty from Florence Villa
taking boat Tuesday morning, March fact that he aso introduced the orii gerou to the estnteret of the eo t, ad we had a e tme preed at the meeting A thernt
for Key West. Business session of the nal Child's bill. providing for prohibi- pie, but can the professionalss be matters daicuded wa Preindent
Assoction will be held on the boat tion throughout the State., much condemned for it or can it be Itemied Statement Fuarnshed. Brown's proposed trip to Washinton
during Tuesday. All of the measures have .-en re- stopped, if the example is set by men The ladies of the Town Imi.rove- in behalf of additional goverumet aid.
Wednesday morning, March 6, at 0) ferred to the committee on dispensary whoareyet, and men who had ust been Ment Association met at the rdence a d to other States in order tow induce
so .- in -i----- -m office. If things were as they were A oc iaiomtte them to participate. He will leave on
o'clock, the Association will be called to Bob ardette Snaloons. openly char ed and rumo red to ybe. tnose i of Mrs. A. L. Randolph on Jan. 29th, his trip within a short time.
order in Key West by President C. BL T ob.b.ettwkw Sut.rid oey cr d ,d rumort b. t.I and after a most interesting business The work of the board of directors
Bittinger. Address uf welcome on be. The well-known writer, Robert J. lobbyist, w, put in penitentt, ,, discussion of the various amounts e.x-, j n -c ben hoS
half of county,' lion. W. Hunt Harris Burdette, at one time called the "Bur. active work iiin opposition to asylum and ..ended on the pai.ksofTallahasseedr- and official d Is now being tholw hly
rponse, Hon T. J. Appleyard, Index dette Hawkeye Mann." expressed him. other investigate onaduring the last e- the at r, t y- tematized and all are work unit-
Lake City. Addres.A of welcomeon be: self many times as opposed to the sa.- sion of the Florida Legislature were the l.i aco ntwaban ed st edly n behalf of the exposition. The
half of city, Mavyr George L. Babcock; loon. Recently a fight against the asa. most persistent and means: this State r o the aso ationd um necessary for pa preliminary
r n Hn tier Star loon was made in Pasadena, Cal., wh. re ever bumped up against, and that class exrenees wa aubri a ey few
response, Hon. L. Bttnger, ta, he s nw loted, and in the course of lobbying should especially be l d he Tallahasse Improvement Asso hours after the soliciting committee
Address of welcome on behalf of local o' the h Acussion the saloon men stated after next time. cat hlo on epsit n hank was recently appointed, and indications
ress, Colonel Walter W. Thompson. that Burdette favored their ste of the n the subject, we take the followintr n .lan. 1 H. .H 1. are that exposition throughout the
tzen, Key et ro.wnmse. on. J ntrover.sy This statement called from the Pensacola Journal : From the city .. 300 001 State as well as in Tampa and South
itizen, K West rul pcoie.Jakson. 'fort ii nemiphHatcdenialfrom Burdette, Th'e .ilestion of a legislative lIy isD l)ues 25 (0 Florida. Interest taken in the move.
W White, hrternal ln,, ,Jakon- n hi- characteristics language, ud front one that should receive th, cnirler.'a- l'roc.eds o.l May parts Nlt *l7 ment throughout Florida isrremarkable,
ville. hat c. l w 4 v la 4)iia u pfo on Iatudt ii e* and the, same is the case in other States.
sviBJECT.,FR DISC i<>;N that rerlv, which is too) loni to print tion of the next Fornida .egislaliur- and thesume is the case in other States.
sTe iBJ Ft O i) ials i4 ;I.N here entire, Ctake the follwig ex- At ever3\ .-.ion qf ,,r legi. .l.tur, lo';al .411 1i Other matters of interest were dib-
The fol'lowin'f paer' will t'. r,,adi a"' tr wnt there are. scorIe o[ rnn whho stay iIn ;\i':NIii':i. cussed at the meeting, which lasted
discussed: "A u ht th- i)w4r ,of pirohibitory Tallahhass.e during e i' grateir portion j (; anld W\il ayne s 24:1 )9 several hours.
Metropolitan Journali.sm Edito r laws to prohibit---the laws of the state of the s,-ssion for 4no oithtr purpose I.. and Lafayette i t) "Col. Brown, as stated in the Times
George W. Wilson, rimes-'lnin, .Jack- against murder do not entirely prevent than to lobby in the interest of, or (' h-rokee 123 25 yesterday, was forced to leave Jack-
sonville. murder. But. nevertheless, I am op against, .oni', measure or rnfasur'es he- ,l','ash bucktts 41 75 s,onville before the work of the James
Agricultural Possibilities of Florida posed to licensing one murder to ever fore, that xodly. Here is no reason fertilizer r 17 011 town Exposition commission aided by
E. V. Bljckman. Homeseeker, Miami. so many thousand persons, evenon peti. why an\ citizenn of the Stlte' should not Tools 1; i5 the Jacksonville Board of Trade, was
The Duty of the Editor in Reform tion of a majorityy of the property own- go to uallahassee in the interests of Repairing :1 50 completed. A charter was appBed for
Movements- Colonel Frank A. *Walpole, ers in the block, that we may have all any measure he may be interested in, May party 2 INo the"Jamestown Expostisam AIaMelon
RIecord ..MaBnatee- ,,, the murder that is desirable in the comn- and he i., at perfect liberty to talk to t'ollectnin I 1 of Florida," through which a ple will
The Mission of the Weekly P-aper nu
The mission of the Weekly Paper niunitv under wise regulations, with a and urge his views upon the members be made for funds sufsiel to defray
Colonel W.B.l Powell, Independent,t. little income for the municipality. 1I of the legislature, and a corporation! Total ;*9 S4 the expenses of having 3ark
Petersburg. .. i believe in the absolute prohibition of has the same right in this matter as early represented at the b igllaa5t i.
The Florida PressAssociation---Judge murder any citizen when these privileges are' Balnce on hand, $94.45. Real estate to the value of
Philip aIsmes, Press, Fort Myers. "The laws of the counti'y prohibiting exercised fairly and openly. which will consist of the Floid bild-
The Press of America-- Colonel wal- stealing donot prevent stealing. Nev But the trouble as always been that Paper Stock M gh. in and grounds, can bl hebld the
lace F. Stovall Tri Tartm ha 1 a -ao ed..a Ab the-work of th u.boat of he cor- All grades of paper stock is weekly mco lsion, the highet dhteM
la* .y 'In' ae Work-~' license system of stealing, providing porations and of lldividuals, has, for I going up in price, and every mail brings of ih can be tw of the m
Frank L. Mayes, Journal, Pensacola that all theft shall h restricted to cer'. the most part, bIen done secretly, us a letter similar to the following : mentioned.
My Idea of a Model Newspaper--- tan authorized thieves, who shall steal and when a legislator in influence to G;entlemen Owing to the increased Col. Brown is president of the comr-
R. Davi, News. West Palm Beach. onl between the hours of say 6 a. m vote for or against a measure for rea t'est of stock and all supplies entering mission; Mrs. Catherine Livilton,
CountCorres ndents---O. C. Moore. and 11:30 p. m., exce t on Sunday, sons made known to him and which he into the manufacturing of our papers, vice-president; Edwin Brobstoln,tress
Time-urier Marianna. when no t-aling shall be done except could not afford to make public, the %e are obliged to advance prices or our urer and George Riggin, secretary.
The Press as an Educational Force--- by stealth ; entrance to be made in all chances are that there were induce- different line All outstanding quota- R. W Htorrs ia the other member of
Professor A. M. ( Russell, Argus, cases on that day by the back door. mental offered to him other than sound tion.s and price list, are hereby with- thecommilmon. Thecommissnia. work-
Brooksville. and at the thief s risk. I believe in and simple argument. drawn New prices will be. sent you ing unitedly, will prove a atroe one.
Building Circulation---Hon. W. W A. laws tnat absolutely forbid theft at any If a measure is proposed in the legin- just a son KM it is possible for us to "The Times is glad to state it the
Russell, News, Palatka. I hour on any day of'the week. lature affecting the interests at a cur- make up the list. In the meantime all proposed plan, opposed by Col. rown,
Woman's Place in Journalism Mrs. "-And on the same ground, and just portion outside of Tallahassee. that orders will receive prompt and careful for reproducing old Fort Marvn as the
Neva Child. Champion, Arcadia. as positively, do I believe in the pro- coiroration has a perfect right to send attention at new prices. This advance Florida building, was defeated. Instead
The Society Page-Miss Sarah A hibi'iun of the liquor traffic. And I a representative to Tallahassee to look is universal, so please do not hold back the famous Ellen Call Long mansion at
Harris, Banner, Ocala. never said I didn't. Anm I did say that after its interests in the pending legis. your orders, thinking that the other Tallahansee, which is truly repeseta-
The Humorous Side of Journalism I did. And I do lation, and this is done in nearly every )"Paper Man" will continue to e-II at tive of the State of Florida, will be re-
from a Woman's Standpoint Miss Mary "I do say that the best way to make instance. There can be no valid objec. old prices produced. It is the duty of every eiti-
Covington, News eLand a man a temperate mar is to teach him' tion to this so long as the represents- v ^^ zen of the State to aid the mevemoet
Newspaper Tanvy Miss Jefferson not to c rink Hut a saloon is not a! tive of the cor|ptration uses only I-giti. Silver Tea at LIbrary. for having Florida properly represented
Bell. Tallahassee. kinderg arte of sobriety. Your town mat' means in the interest of his cor- There will be a Silver Tea at the D)a- at the Jamestown Exposition in every
The News paper Crtoonst Col W. is under no obligation to any saloon. I poration vid S Walker Library Thursday evel- way possible."
A Straub, Times, St Petersburg. All that it is in res.e'-.cahility and per. Itut there is anotherside tothis lobby, ing. February 7th. from four to six
The Lock-Hammer and the Spike- MInent prospl)rity it has grown to he question There' are men who go to o'clock. The- public are cordially in- In Memoriam.
Tail Coat in Journalism E. 0. l'ainter, without the ;tss.i,tance of the liquor Tallahassee every two year- for the viled., and as it is for the i.onefit of the, \Vwi.,i.., it has pleaswi our Heavenly
Agriculturist, )eLand traffic. opening of the session, and wn' 0,ce1 .in Library it is hlioped there will leo 1 Ilarge F c r.eei' i.ove from our midst Wi-
The Newspaper lFieldIo r 'iews. frno i..Ifthe saloon men in..i.t ,on quoting until the closing day. Tney ar.'* c[i .er, ttenilaunce. a lian ,.1 li, superintendent of the
the State ( apital iohn (, i ,,i t, ,.. o. en th.m toee,', .,l' them coimnnlL this sttue'lrnts of th. ronutinte wori of Iho- BHemptire .M'l et odest Sunda School.
True l)eort, Tthn' .. to mmr n '. tl at Lt'y may repeat it ac twe hlouisest anid they are, as a iene.r'al 'rhow 'i.t s".ho.e nc ie It h. A who*n, o.. the 12th day of December.
The Ell."1-iient- o ,.' m.nhi they neld it : I i not know one g(lood ril, more familiar with thefttivial al- C'o., and calld n's ho. A. 1 1NN?. therefore by the the com-
Hon. .1. 1I. liumpiin :. .l.,urnal. Bra.- hing h,,ut tilte, ..1ho. It is an evl I e''l .i' than ni-t itmemim,-l',4 of the. le-gi l nit '.l. t >. .i.> hy HB.thpage Sunday
tl 'ntown thinii in.t iii-t 111t on*' ri'le,.mniig fti a- 1' hc1.e. Just ; ,nil their I0tc-1 i I- the ,. .. of ttice partle'r l.ir 'la.s wo1hl ,goi to School;
The' New ,,,p; vi'ruo' l ATp ti '.' tture' in it- .ii o, ito ,comiine id it to br ir-i ,il p"ouil.' t iv,-r I arnI ..a.nd ,t r, '*I ..lt. h '-Ii,, I... i h....oIve l. That w have sufferer t
FI -. I Stc.. e m, ik 'i.' .. r ..l1ml. .eo l ,**n It lcr;c';, th. 1,, ,, ol' (;cdl onl ,' licevIe. thew' wol v ll s1pe14l ,wc (;o\ *r, nor ;,OI.'r, oi f Alaohpt.c ,. pAUl.e a are,.it iei ire the death eo' Brother
The Pih- eatlriaEl ito: 'C ol. Adlh'n.'in m;tand ; i .,..ia it u h' ,leltta th aciths in Tt1ll.has",ev jelt for It. f I'c i111 illn .it lir stroc:nel\ up to th...- I lanii )ih'.'t \ t Ihat we ar-' tilled with sorrow
P. Jordan. Hliro lii. l'Punit ,eola it pridfane, thtie iin, ol rfn' i ni ; it de- of wo a tchin, ti w law mak.-,s in i t i r le.ilaturi.e, an in hti message' ..nit tIo h\ ihi's sad event. but a're- oensiled by
New -pat r -h,'1 i T' ll ~ lcui s Ulle1Ii',1' r ;i trIn ,ile', iinder' %w' 'l'i s Th mr-n doule ,..'- re.'' .v,. that lsivy a f.-w dlays ago av.s: 1i,'w thtiiught that he has ceased from
M. Caldwcll. News. .al..'r. foot thete.ndr.-d,'t f'.eeii.t1s ., humanity, i.h.iom ,mee pay for th'iir work. ;1id yvt A paid" lolobby swarming our capilil |laimr antil enteredd into rest; that we will
Prof Torn F .M.-I.Heah. School Ex- it is a mrii,,l it-stl.nc., :;h>t lhlghts the' what they act fully receive'. ni1d tn and inte-rfering with our legi'lat'ors. how in eek eek submission to the will of
ponent. GWa'.sine ville, hene'day nilht. e\, atvincher ,e o. to%\n ritifl .country ; P .t'e it, the public orl' the mrn.ier- il In the highest senM- debauciuinri. ,. cci) ll.ave-nly Father, knowing that he
Mr. W. E. a 1 the pineapple. it, .i I ,taij upn lion e-sty; a I iur uxni th, l" I -giilature rneveir know. structive and hiindfring to ce~iitaulee dodth itil things well, being too wise to
Avon Park. will reau ar. ,riginal p.em purit\ ; a *'loit ti|>n |r
Thedetail s as to arr'ntimennt of pIo- cenivi tio fcleholel.det'eit ai cfrtme the interest ecf any mneacure, sh'.,c',l he*- to make the law-, which prop.,-e to felt sympathy, and would remind them
gram, etc., wre le'it to .t'cr'etmlry Ai,- ic fI'e, R,'gistlr. m-'le to reglite r tihir names in .oks comtrdol and rstrit. the strong anid the that all things work together tor good
pleyard. r to tL kiept tcy the clerks of loth corp'rationis, partial to the very par- to them that love God; that a copy of
The railroads will furn:.h transporta- Lea Live the KoIti e'ra'ncho of the Iicl.atur,. ifre. f.i, in- tips r(xop dl to too controlll, and I these resuoiutions be given to Brother
tion, as before, to an edcaor anrd one is the pular cry throughout Eurlqwan ,wectio'n, and also in whotune interests rrecommnuend the enactment of a law re- Di&okvs f family and a copy be sent to
lady member of family and a merely h inAthe cry of t-y re working. andl the' cnsio**,r- quiring any and alnil representrative for, the W'eleyan Christian Advocate for
nominal rate will be charged on the l the rou ent day ins "Long live Dr. tion they arle t receive. special interest, who desire to !prtent, publication.
boat. !t-Kin Nes dia ove King of Thrt r f fmuch a lw were Ipassed it wuki their view, or views of their prifi.ls r MAGOIR BROWN
Col Thompm, of the KeWest Cit- and i Remedies"' of which Mrs a ast break up the per.ietual lobby- or clients in regard to pending or antic- .aT. BowN, Sr.,
aien, ias arraning toe detail and aYs Julia Ryder Paine, Truro. Mamss a.,m ist, and tend eatl to ecarify the at- ip1t e legislation, to register ii. special T g. SnoaN tar.
his people will nit never fails to give immediate -' mosphere around the capitol building books, to be kept by the clerk of the T omiuttee
rather dtals will be ent out lief and to uikl cure a couh or during the sessions of the lgislature. house of representatives, and by the Bethpage. Ca., Jan. 1, IoV.
merb h er e e nt out to .ki Mrs. Paine opinion is a red There are Nome legislators, and we clerk of the senate, for that purpose,
Mr.t the loeetoaofJakonvile by mrya et of the hinhabtanta of are sorry to admit it, who offer bills which book or books shall at all times Mr. F. ;. Ganor., the tehrf Tal-
Mr. Brwfd rtodeli of Jackronvile. ml ti try" Net Discoery_ a. vioy*dl for the curbing of corpora- be kept open to inpeetion by any per- lahaaas, a deepte to St l*ae
was remeted to deliver an address on thik -ountry ew thscov ftery c kmas orin other ways against the lat- son. tmfotlowing statement of fact Board o Trade meetim t ise
tJ.e immLi Bration queTmi on. and ier. ther eme have faiSPled and fer r* interests for no other purpose concerning themaelvem and their em- charmed with this aeeti-
t. La Brown, of ExiTampas on The tate. coughs md aids It'sthe only sure cuore th..a to force these corporatiUons tosend ployment, via: (1) The nameand wel- tiy, as all other ohbser la g
t- of Exoo-id-a to the St. ai teed by all emgist s. 3 ani lobbyists to Tallahasseto work against denoe of said agent, attorney or repro- e. He does not ieitate a
$1 Trial bottle fre. the mesaue, and the geeal practice sentative. (2) The ami nd irinvipal our soil will prodce Ia Meal
S...I .. _of the corporations has beea to carry btaineu odie or address uf the prison, ie.tmrle cannot 1 lwe
A white Po' Psp .JinOShs old,1 A nuuber of citizens ha'ee already ther point in thete matter raardles partnership or corpomtes represen ed, are not growing rich o.te'wsOUm
with liver spots. An r to name of written lsttm asking the county n-. oe et. If a bill reghtila e work together with the o1epatUo of .aidki of the same. He says ,a r
Nan. Reward f lfrdelivery to miaeloners t take their names from the and practke of theme lla were pemosn. p hirtp hre orpoation. tbaceo would crow as hh $ l l's
TH TRUs DIMOC.AT
JM .I 6. MLa. W, 1 rters0.
WPLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
kteyaed n second Cla. MaUer March 21, tiM'. at
tdo Pst ome at Tllajasase. lorftda. under
Ast of Conro of March 3. IM7.
0sei to Teliphwm Buildin., (orner Adams and
(lntiui Htreets. Teolphone No. IW.
Debacriptlon. $IA Per Yaw. in Advance.
AdJvmertUs Rats on Appliestio"
The Tre oEsecrst Is the Offict NewosPeW
e tAS CeUmy
Tallasaose, Friday, Feb. 1, M7.
Some of the State papers are labor-
ing under the impression that the land-
ing of Ponce de Leon will not be cele-
brated here until the year 191:1. They
are six years astray, as the entertain-
ment is scheduled for the first week in
April, 19W7 Ht. Augustine Record.
The Lakeland News, in a splendid
editorial on publicity in public affairs,
says among other grxxl things : "The
history of every warrant drawn against
the public funds should he published,
the date, the amount, in whose f;tvor
and what for. No matter how mall
the transaction, the people who are
putting up the money shoukI know what
becomes of it."
If you wish your name not to appel.ar
on the petition to be filed with the
Heard of County Commissionerm asking
for a wet and dry election, you can
have it stricken off by applying to the.
Board and making the request. Attend
to the matter at once, am next Tuesday,,
Feb. 5th, they meet and then it im ex-
pected the petition will be filed The
Board may order the petition held for
one month to investigate itm full legal-
ity, In the mean time having it putb-
lished if they decide it bemt.
Perhaps Harco is waiting to figure on
the relative strength of Mclin and
Croom before announcing his candidacy.
We predict he will be In the fight for
one of the two offices, and lucky will
be the man whom he decides not to
contest with. Penuaola Journal. Mr.
Barco will find It easier then, in our
opinion, to decide to make the race
against Mr. Croom, asMr. McLin surely
has It on Mr. Croom when it come to
"relative strength" and popularity .
But will not the woods be full of other
candidates a few months hence'?
The Jennings, St. Clair-Abrairns, Tay-
lor trial at Jacksonville wan postponed
until the next term of the court on
February 2Nth, owing to Mr Abrams
being conflend to his bed with appendi-
citih. A large number of prominent
men had been summoned and were in
attendance at court. According to the
Jasksonville Metropolis it will be very
expensive to both the State and the de-
fendantm, many witnesses having been
summoned The case was called up
Monday, but was postponed until the
term of the court for this month, when
the wineses will again attend.
We have nothing more to ay alxbout
t enlargement of or putting additions
t* the capitol building, nor do we per-
seafly oppose the plan, Iwing perfectly
willing it should be so If the represent-
aUtves see the need of it, feoling that
when the question comes up before the
legalature tor the necessary appropria-
tkin for such a purpose, an Inveatiga-
tUM will be made to see whether the
State got the value of it. money to the
ttPe of about $7lt,00f.00 just a few
years ag'o, when the lat additions were
put on. Such action before spending
more money on theold building will most
aauredly be timely and appropriate.
During the drainage campaign an of-
fielal proclamation was issued. signed
by N. B. Brward, Governor, setting
frth that he had spet considerable of
his ovwa means ia circulataing drainage
litr'atav and In defraying the expenses
of his elapaign of instruction to the
people, amd ollelting funds of frotm I
eoat stamps up to 50 a nts. Shortly
afterwards it was reported that a small
amount had been collected up to that
tie. No public statement of the
amount realized from that official proec-
lamatione has been made public, and,
were It the tramenetlonof a private cit-
4lss, or of N. B. Broward,the man, no
mea would presume to ask questions of
It Now, for the looks of things, would
It-not be graceful, and a dignified thing
to do. for our Governor to hand out an-
other itemized statement of it, too,
The proclamation made it a public
matter, and the public should Ie fully
1 A1 ntsU rsTATITM TTU1 P1ITES IATT1 11 MW.
A full and complete itemized state- There was much room for improve-
ment of the receipts and expenditures met in the State printing as it was
of the Board of Public Works of Tampa done for some time and up to a few
Is published in the Tampa Daily Times months ago. Under the premat man-
of January 26th, 1906, and it furnishes agemer' of the Capital Printing Corm-
a full and clear knowledge of just pany, the State printers, who have
where, from what source and for what first-claso printers and use good mate-
all moneys come Into the hands of the rial, there is great improvement, and
officers of the Board, and an itemized the State officials and State printer is
statement, even to small amounts, as to to be congratulated and commended for
how public servants of that growing it. We are told that in addition to re-
and prosperous city, spent the money - ports from all the departments, the
whom it has paid out to, and for what printer is now engaged in reprinting
service it was paid out for. Other cit- Volume 45 of the Supreme Court Re-
ies and most large business concerns ports, which was so terribly botched up
throughout the world do business just by Hilson and was refused by the So-
as Tampa officials have done their own. preme Court officers and the Attorney-
The statement report referred to General, besides being denounced by
abeve, we would republish in full had th
and Drainage Boards members might wards accepted by the Board of State
nee what a full and complete itemized Institutions in spite of another protest
statement looks like. We will make from Attorney-General Ellis, who then
two small extracts from the same, how-. made an effort to recover some of the
ever, which may be taken as an exam-' money that was lost by delays, etc. If
pIe to follow, when they give that the present printers are reprinting it,
promised full report in the near future, the work will be done good and credit-
and which the people of Florida are ably, and the printer cannot be reason-
waiting patiently for, and if given that ably blamed for this extra expense.
way will be satisfied with. Who. then, will and should be expected
HAMP.LE RECEIP'TS. to make it good? Hilson got pay for
otr l rm f the first, the exceedingly shoddy work,
From rents of Tampaf13
SioNtelfrom November, which the Supreme Court officials were
to May, Is*;. 8 1!#9 ashamed to send out. We have a faint
From rents of cottages from recollection, too. that the Governor's
November, 195, to May. message, "bound in boards," wa4 the
From sale of old lower pots, same kind of work, and which was also
old junk and iron from reprinted, by Hilson, and paid for the
p laundry fir. .. il oel second time.
S *.,. f t I *.in u htin
l j all. "cn t i THE STATEMENT OF TOTALS. I
The' Orlando Democrat has the fol-
$2,013 24 owin.,r to say on the subject of the
SArid lo.g ,,luirnni' ,of more receipts a statemtrnt of totals from the Internal
above. Theni Improvement Board winch %a.4 recently XAGCT COPYOP WRAMS .
AMI I.EIx: I'NoIrTrir K handed out by the Governor, who is the
Ilutchinson-Cotter Company, head of the two boards, for publication:
for rat prison p tt_ I1I_0I
John Wanamaker, material for We have not been over the report;
JohnltWanamaker, material forng we know nothing of it except that it is
red ur repairing ,pumps 7; there. Wedo not admit its correctness,
SSilva pole for light wire nor do we deny its correctness, nor do WOULD ELECT JUSTICES. The Forbes Grat.
(.ailmn Stearm Ways, repagir-e ) ( we deny its accuracy; yet we have noThe nited States general land office
Slauncheam ys, rar- 12 reason to doubt its truth, for we be- BillIntroduced Provides for Their may nheot openi the Forb es enral land ofor set-
oncrete Contruction re- lieve as the law does, that a man is in- Choice by epular Vote.lm t open the Forsgrant for et-
airing concrete floor '.7 035 nocent until he is proven guilty, and, Rdie aar o Tement.
Insurance premium on hotel while charges have been made against Representative Lamar, of Florida, This immense tract of fertile and
Insurance premium on hotel the board, no one has proven them introduced a bill in the House yesterday heavily timbered land comprises 200,000
uiAdvertiinforsale of mate- iguilty, providing for the election of the judges acres situated in Calhoun, Washi=Dton
Adrtisg for sale f mate- All this is true. The Internal Im- of the United States Supreme Court by and Jackson counties, westof the Apa-
ia M C kl Iprovement Board is presumed to be in. the people, the chief justice to be e. Jachicola 'river. It has been recently
aid to M. C. Eckland, paint-. nocent until proven guilty, and yet elected by the nine judges after their decided that the title to all this land
ing material 11.4 ,1 t9 an the government. The rpid
Typewriting telegrams, book. there is that in their actionsof the past election. vests in the government. The rapid
Typwrtionery and insurance to excite the suspicion of fair-minded! Mr. Lamar would have the United consumption o timber in Florida has
stationery and insurance and unprejudiced men. Why in the States divided into nine districts for suggested the withholding of these
forms 1rin i ; name of reason has the board delayed the purpose of folding the judicial elec- lands from entry for the present, and
E (. Bilak, rlepairs on door 4 I so long in the publication of this report tions they may eventually be made Into a
the same repot for which half the The bill also provides that postmas- forest reserve. No State in the Union
81.415 Ml State was askn* tW in the days of terms shall be selected by popular vote- would suffer more disaster t. cone-
This newspaper has not. and does not the drainage fig ht Every member of Washington Post. quences than Florida if entirely enuoed
now charge the drainage board, double- the board was working for the adoption "...- of its timber, and any such action on
of the amendment, and yet they failed Why Ithe part of the national government
barrelled with the I. I. Board, with de- to furnish to the people atn account of should your baby suffer ? When he is would be in the interest of the State.--
liberate misuse of any moneys that their expenditures when, by a satisfac- fretful and restless, don't experiment; Times-Union.
might have come into their hands, but tory accounting, the tide of public on him and use any old thing your .... .
we have charged that they have and opinion might have been turned in their neighbor recommends. Buy a bott le of All the World
are assuming more authority about favor and the measure been made a White's Cream Vermifue, greatest is a tage and Ballard's Snow Liniment
are assuming mor authority a success but they refused at the time known worm medicine and cure for all plays a most prominent part It h.ns
matters than they have a right to, and when it was needed when half the pa- children's diseases. It is mild in its no superior for Rheumatism, stiff
that they, as State officials, have and pers of the State were calling for a action, builds up the system, makes joints, cuts, sprains, and all pains.
are abusing the trust imposed in them statement and give it now, when in- thin puny babies fat. Mrs. J. C. Buy it, try it, and you will always use
inr.e abusi T terest is centered in other matters Smith, Tampa, Fl.., writes: "My it. Anybody who has used Ballard's
in many little ways and actions. To Really, the ways of the Internal Im- baby was thin and sickly, could not re- Snow Liniment is a living roof of what
say the very least, the people are en- provement Board are strange. tain its food and cried all night. I used it does. Buy a trial bottle. 25 cents,
titled to have itemized statements fur- Times-l'nion : Governor Broward of- one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge, 50 cents and $1.00. All Druggists. *
nished to them---and the items should feru to the people of Florida * and in a few d..ys baby was laughing, -.-. --.--.
nbe given to the uusbl---evneod ia statement showing the expenditure of happy and well. All druggiL. Decatur county, Ga., of which our
be given to the public---even to $162,49.86 on drainage. We hope the D.....r cut G
accounting for the stationery used and Iegislature will not accept this as a Governor Comer, of Alabama, pro- near neighbor Bainbridge, is the county
the postage stamps cancelled for the "detailed statement," for it is nothing poses in his message to the Legislature site, with its full numberof bar-rooms,
public service, for to be what a high of the kind, and it would not be taken, of that State that all lobbyists be re- some of which are shipping their chain-
icial should be, he should even by any et of stockholdersas such from quired to register their names and real- lightning to "blind-tiger "dealers in
official should bi, he should even pay any board of i1irectors in any business dences, the business that brings them
from his own private funds his private enterprise. The statement wanted is to the capital, and the compensation to to this county, will soon have on a pro-
stationery and postage accounts. accompanied by names and vouchers, be paid them by their principAls. The hibition election, a live campaign is
-. ... -...-. and it given the sources from which the next step would be the formal organi- growing interesting and the prospects
The True Democrat returns thanks to money was derived as well as the pur. nation of the third house." B'ut for carrying the county for prohibition
lion.. It.. E>. M n .Ofposes for which it was spent To all Gov Corner's uagestion, if adoped, o r
lion. E. Mcln, Commissioner of thi informationthe peoplear. entitled, would put some heads an subordint or "dry seems good. While county
Agriculture, for a copy of the "Third and allot it the governor should beanx- of State departments in .n awkward after county is fast going that way,
Census of the State of Florida," taken ious to give. place occasionally. Times-Uirioni short clearly showing a large majority of our
in the year 1906, and prepared at the Hut accepting the supposition that, Talks. cr witpeople oppose the whiskey business,
direction of himself and lion. H. every expenditurewer legally made, e they were accredited witcanLeon county afford to againthrow
diCrawfnordSert a of Station we ask consideration for the question in Florida at some past esioias0 o1 the can Leon county afford to again throw
Crawford, Secretary of State. in ac- as to whether this money would not Legislature, aid particularly so during open the doors that barr-rooms may
oordance with the provisions of chapter have done more good, reclaimed more wh th reenter with all their demoraliing and
MF411, Laws of Florida. Under the great I land and settled more farms if it had thest. May what that khd tl evil influences. We cannot believe a
disadvantages and thescant means ro- been do'voted to a system of good roads to i.ccomplish tite chief execuLive can majority of the citizens of Leon will
dvnte and thintead of waterways? head off and kilt by toe veto power. as r of the ctem of Lgon wil
vided for it, they have dot.e excellent We already see that the cost of drain- has oeen done siy more than ,..v F'lor- ever vote to have them again.
work, and all the officials connected ing the Everglades at this rate would id Governo o. recent years. A m ^ ^ ^a
with it deserve great credit. Another be very much greater than the original -- A Noerable Diy.
ntitaer fvegret in cenndt.iAn the calculation of the Times-Union. which Carrie Nation One of the days we remember with
noticeable feature in connection with the governor and his supporters ridi- certainly sms.,ed a hole- In ihe lir- pleasure, as well as with profit to our
this census report is the improvement, culed as unreasonable and preposterous rooms of Ka.ai.s, bui B8illard's Here- health, it the one on which we became
in the material it is printed on and in We already find that the time 'nolved houd Syrup has .m.shed all reouos s wanted with Dr. King's New Life
the printing itself. which the officers covers years where the govern. oring- a cure for coung... Bronchitis, Influ. nia Pl. the painless purifiers that cure
t ed and th reint titled nally asked months. We see that the ad all Pulmonary dieasen. T C. - headache and billiousnees and keep the
ste mand r r s en to chines which the governor said could iorton, Kans.-. writes: "I eve never; bow. ls right r 25c at all druggists. *
credit and commendation for. The never wear out will laWt only little found a medlci.e that would cure a
bookwork and State printing done by time as handled and must beeo-stantly cou ,i so quickly as Ballard's Heore- At a meeting of the Board of Trade
the man who preceded the present renewed We already find that where housed Syrup I have used it for Tuesday evening a constitution and by-
printerthe governor rofessed to dora k l ."a ye.. .t" All D. uggstst .. laws were adopted and a committee ap-
whint ser e f te o ial, a t igac the servant of the people, he n,,w pro- -- - pointed to confe..with the eity council
which some of the officials. at least. fees to obey the higher law of hs own The True Democrat has never pub- relative to creening the market, and
were ashamed We will publish the conscientious scruples Justas if he were Is hd a whiskey advertis oi.e, .. na it other matters were discussed. The
"Letter of transmittal," from the a Republican. secretary was Instruetd to have th
front of the book. next week. which Now what will the people do about it? nevi.r will so ong as i. is owned and constitution and by-laws printed. The
if there Ib no money, can we be taxed managed by the prec.iat propr.., We board will meet again next Tuesday
will tell our readers more about it than without our consent? If there be state this again trinm tne i.., t ,si we evening.
we can ipare space for here.. money, might it not not wier to ieand have just reject d anolnhe .&dv. rLi .-ng
....--".....'... 'it fon roadways than on waterways?
('ongriq.man Frank C'lrk of Florida Above all, shall we govern oureelvemor proo ion that a ed to Le our 'idersA S T O R IA
let ourselves be governed by Napoleon where to get our full q, ri' .. ,or mo
has su ittd a measuretoCongre lrowrd who askedthat w tcoMut h money. 0ui ice e. i v d for C A S T O R IA
providing for tha sale of the Philippine nize him as the first of our servants ? a better class o| advertiin.;. TW afkatau a C 19&
liluniln to Japan or some other foreign The governor has spent mune) .. I.. s iI V- M
power. It shouki paIm. Again Mr' Where did he get it? 7 e has incus red Deet era*t T*. Rleter. I
polwrk hIt hrov tt Pls.iAain mr. obligations. Who will discharge them? Registration Lbouk no u .|>p,. it y
('lark has povein that Fridians maode Pleading our authority to began he re- Hail on Wednea-uays if .,uruays. a the
no mistake in sending him to Washing.! fuses to stop at our bidding. Who will F GILMOhIR, l aattre of
ton as one of their aepreaetatives. call the halt ? 49-2t M yor
SRW I X MNOCAT.
htlLy mt. Chrch South I. S.
S IerYm, Pastor.-ervcr serviay at
' a. aNd at.0. M. o. omk Ep-.
worth .Lof, 0p S&0ior Mp-
wort 4.00 D. m. AU members
strafnr pecially Invited worship
Presbyterian Church Rev. Win. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.- Reguar service, at 11
o'clock a. m. and at 7.30 o'clock p. m
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.45 a. m.,
First Baptist Church, on Clinton St.,
near Adams, Rev. Frank W. Cramer,
pastor.-Bible School, Lord's Day, 10 a.
m. Preachibn services at 11 a. m. and
7.00 p. m. Junior Baptist Union 4 p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. U., 6.45 p. m. Hour of
prayer and meditation, Wednesday, 7 30
p. m. All are cordially invited.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-i
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.!
and 7.00 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 M. I.
Christian Science.-Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-1
ing east of the potoflce. This room is
also used as a Christian Science reading I
room, and is open daily except Sundays, I
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock!
a. m. All are cordially invited.
Fertu Fertilizers t
Now is the ti 'e to send in your or-
ders for Fertiliz for /
Sugar C e, and
Ve0e bls of every kind.
See R. A HIMNE, Agent.
January 22, 1907- tf
See John Collins for Job Printing.
AnYoe sMtdne ao eonrh d u eTpO iyA
qutc I T A~*n cp opinion O .rlItM w an
inventl on ( probatbly aCanM-lM.
tons traotl conedent. Plates
P nt te thkaen=C74 *ao w O. rtv
A hn om fltm*l wt. L ir.
caitMon of any 0e141lUo Utrrro Terms., P a
u I toUar monthB, L. S by n wd .
J. H HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
'C (tnn-d _Sods of the
IF YOU LIKE C o of the
e ROYAL SCARLET
:s the brand that will please you.
has been made famous both
land and sca as the
FINEST CANNED GOODS
IN THE WORLD.
v'crv" can is guaranteed as
Try them, you Tshefimt Came oldhtineor
will like them and want
more ot them.
40 VARhETIOLS & STY LUIN TIN& OLASS
Call and see them.
FOR SALE BY
T.B. BYRD& 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 vestible
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; DiMang
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.
For full information and sleeper
A. 0. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. . .
PlumbiRng a Specialty
The Best Styles
Long Silk Gloveb, and Kid
Gloves Dainty Collars
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Material
in Fancy Work.
Saxony and Shetland
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. MunroeSLt.
_ .. ._.. .
IT WILL TAKE BUT
P. T. NICHOLSON
to write for our literature, yet that minute may decide Your F ture.
I lUA u We make a SPECIALTY of thoroughly
qualifying you for positions of honor.
and high responsibility, as BOOKKEEPERS, STENOGRAPHERS. Etc.
Remember that every day lost in starting cuts off a day's salary in the end.
Decide to enter NOW-TODAY. Address
THE OEM BUSINESS COLLEGE, ToaIMauee, Fla.
U - -
AN AinesU35 OF
DIAROND P.HGS& 3ROOCOES.
ASO A&OY? MMOF
R6O. "t. HI
TBLDORA&M ORODMS WILL RB,
CIM PMburrP ArTTrTIoN.
Day or Nglht.
An ounce of Pre-
vention is worth a
pound of Cure.
is worth more o a mes thainh mHiesh|
D_ not LU oar whmu
CUD OmNSTI PA1ON. OHILLa AND
u BV. DY PSA MALA-*
RIA AND ALL. vRCOMPLAINT&.
HEDow More Than We Claim.
L AT THE a*f s mel M.imm. a. w "I
ELIABLE i| ef xmrn asan
I Funeral Dairctor, |m. ou91."
lM[ suc Io PLBASINO PRiCB Soc. HARMLBSS
,O T Ballard Snow Liniment Co.-
JOSEPH DUNCAN [ ,n,. Tr ,C ,
hassee, Fla. Ph****e No. 4
Ad^lL^ k V AMMtdHtAW&MQM MJ&A Wl^b^
m U. mIw A
- U ~.
I Oa Permanently Located Here.
I SU0LT PIANO TUN-
4ING AND REPAIRING.
I Guarantee You Satisfaction.
To Whom It May Concern:
The bearer of this letter. Mr. Earl L. Ross,
has been in our employ for the last six years. He
is a first-class and capable Piano Tuner, and is
especially equipped and qualified to repair Me.
chanical Pianos and Mechanical Piano Players.
He is a thoroughly conscientious gentleman,
and every reliance can be placed in him.
THE CABLE COMPANY.
FRANK CHASE, Manager.
E. L. ROSS,
AT P. 11 NI(CHOLMJON'S.
RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE
Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONE STATES.
3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
lIf you become totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
are not deducted from face of
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.
INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Or means.
reservations call on any
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Jiust the Corrwetu n
_-________ ___ 1 __ _____
Royal does not cc
product of bones
phuric acid) or o
oe adopted for ot
ders because of
ROVAL AMIN"10 POW
THR TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JPM 6. C.LUM,. f UltUe.
PU LIB1ED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
To I bulbwgus.
Within the next few lays we will
mail statements to you. We need the
numerous small amount to enable us
to get straight and continue to give
you the kind of newspaper you need,
from Tallahamsee Remember, these
small accounts are what we have solely
to depend upon, we having begun and
now doing business solely on what,
moneyCoearn" to us from )oil work,
sdvevlotising. and nubacrri,)otionp.
Be Prompt and come to our svitpikt-
ance, now that we badly nesd the L'n4h
JOiHN G. I('oLIA~NS.
Al ooiv i' tiii I ,ac'isa'iiii' vail t1ed Iut' ger
tIfs tlis1111'3c-0.40irierviltis flit e iiit'oi cll 0. clilf
litexill. wierkii'il tli te io wmits'trit. eili ci? aR
11by 41111 i111 e1 10, i1A ii1111 liii" il's10-1-er 'str aW
limg 4it ulvairt. t%%llts se lull f',.r Vis vi ti nf
Ii'it- I ftu I.'file' III,# Iior .1' untitI
..'%as e* a leg 1r1 Ifo. kl
lo~bi i P ,'its lote ti ,.lie.-I fj o. tire-.
too -r i i i i it '.to- if- 1. 11, g. p'61 at h11 i
is''' o*h' lie" I.. low 4 lfIsuooe
MIOT Of THE C(NJIOm
OF1 THE An Election to orrow Money for the
r s 0 PurposeofaoiakDnkRefund-
i C ertal btede of the
f Ir stNatil nail an k City of Talflassee. and for the
AT TALLAHAMFE. Purchase of Additional Arc Laomp.
in the- State BT kLrida. at the e ow f business Whereas the City Counc lfof the city of .l -
"sn.th. shsss. paed, and the Majer of sid et
'Jan. 26th. 7 approved the l day of January. A. D. Il0.
HI'f H fR( 1.'-. the follow ordinance. to wit.
... A ordi a c providing form anoletoon under
r l.don and discount $ .WI o f eti 1 < of the G.soral Statutes a ltl e State
SOvirdrafl. secured and uneletused 123194 o1 Fof i aurida aIthoriling and abu e hr-
I'. SX. fkBond. to secure irc.ulation 1.ALmw 00 awing he City Council aoftr t ty Stalk-
Bonwis. necuritiesete f4 ^Wl \ has H of money for thparoiieof re.
Banking house, furniture and fixturi H.l 94 funding tl outstandinscemeterycertMeatlaad
lAue from Naltoknal Banks Inot reser' .the fclati iindebtedness of aid city. and of pur-
agents) 25,-." j 9 chasing additional are lamps for fligting the
Duo from State Banks' and Bankers .A 40 streetsof mid city.
flue from approved reserve ser to 39.701 90 Whereas, e. outstanding cemetery certlestes
tyn('h.ck and other cash itm' .s 4 o f rild for theprincipal sum of four thouMsnd
Note*, .f other Natkional Banks 4,m9 0! dollars fr01e) will mature on the 1th day of
Fractional ljaper currerncy. nickels andii '1ecfnbe 1 ; and
Icents - I Wborm. teu proceed, of the aile of the bond
Lawful Money R.s~rve in Bank, vi: of said eity issued for the purpose of etallihiagnr
s rie $10.744 "i the city electric Hrht plant were leaufelet for
Leralatinder notes 10.0t110 -,.,44 h o such purpeme. and ere is nsan l**** indebt-
Rtedempttam fund with If. H. Tre-aurer idnis of the sd city for three the si9ad ix1
5, p r c'-ent of rirculationi 2.,5") (i) hundred ild eighty.five dollars (W1.1 such
AaREAM OF Accot; .id
,t Cl EA M w53.14 A Wh*,ereas. it is necessary for said city to borrow
|.1 Aj iiA~l~lJI eleven tbousand dollars [11.0001 for the purpose
ING POWoDER ofrefund1.thenabovementhion.d.em-rt.
C pitWl ap .llok pill in i t .1 00 cate. and for yir thesaid electric plant
Surplus fund 10,000 00 ilndebtdnm and other floatlar tnde odass of
_I ndlvMtd ijrofdt, IM- -xIwn,- anti sld eity, and for purchasing a are pe:
Dntain an atom Of p. a a,"id 10 424* Therefore be It ordained by the ClCouncil of
Nalkmoal Bank MnoteM outalndinir 4.00(0 10 said city # Tallahas'e: /
(which is the he to* other Na*tk*oml Banks. L.019 SSCti1 I. That a spelall esU of the reis.
fDue to State Banks a sl Bankers. 2,111 ,9 terd voters of the city of Tl llihll. reskilhn in
digested in sul- l. .o "t- n *u.h city,, iad owning real to Ma. MnA who
Hanks ,.O 30 have paitheir taxes for he slat due tdere.
) f a lu m (w h ic h is Indivklual e po ihs l' "te. kI3'7.12 : 1 9ion such being the qu i t l l prese rb e byd
aTime lCertifcateoof f )jposit 42.7514 42 Section 1010 of the oGeneral S at the State
ic acid) substan- (.mhler' s"hetk os.n..ainc 9"S06, ow lnof raoe- ,orca n .I loombya.city,
I--. s. a hall be held an the d Fi t ebruMery mxt.
other baking pOW- Total,, forth.e ppoe,,ofaut,,nrS,.a., nde pra nth.
their di,; T ,i o ',.omI,,,. nboowini b the City (Q+n.l 4r tof
their cheapness STEMun Fty4',1^n, bthe "umorf" elet y "chua gi.m'4 P for
1, W. C. Lewis.. Cashhr of ,e amove-named the pu e of refundi said cemetery
li.nk, .IoI mitlennly w iar that the above statement f"' l* 1 .rIpl *bm of four tsand
i. true. lto the b at .of m> It no% %l,. a nd blief.I dollars t00.o pyllti the said sum of thre
W. C. i.EW I thou-nad 0 six hundred lnd le ity-five dollar
IN CO., NPW (oi. ,tor.-i Attt Cashier fSl .06J 1uo and unipson account of the con-
;,:o, I.eiwsI, struction and etablin t of the city electric
E..B. Lwm itght plant, and ot fleting indebtednesl of
G. F. Liw IM, sald city and of pure l k the said ar lamps,
adL underet atd r Im Chf ehN.t 4 ,w I r and to pled t10 f lla.est,ait d property of
Mad. undr Seeten Chapter 411 l4 w. ofatIIthecity of liek for redem tionatsuch
PFloarida.sho wnl th amount of ciam chla l e i lt 'li ai un i )w n n li.eforime this 31st luy loan. a noajority ofjeh voters auty votln be.
te the Tax Colleetor of leon county, oor1 .f fJan.,17 r ins n cig w to t ve such authty and ia-
to be tollected for the current year w and 1 H <' WHCITPIELD. proalT. Theaum he borrowedistobe borrowed
tho apportionmemat of the ame to the several M:A.. I Notary iuihli' for not oce*din five yards, and at a rate of n-
fund for which each taxes have been levied: f tret e ,to *x d six per cent per annum, pay.
Total Tax YawIr ....M 374.44 able annually./
Amount paid to Nov. Islt. WI06 .4V. 4 Secton. T tthe Mayor is herebyrdir to
APProrrSONMENT SATEMINT f& Ti COMNITION i. v s.ot orof thsec El ction r ed
for in 8c f Is One of ths OrdinaIce by publics.
oeacral Revenue 7.734.t. n tio In a nie*paper. published in the City of Tal.
Ain't paid to Nov. Il, IVW 7.7;NeM' OF THE lahame pce ach for at last two weeks, pro.
.. eeding th t ine of such election; and, also. to have
Schools I,..' S ( A1 SAV IN GS B AN K posters at ek up in at least four conspicuous
i"l rTAI.I.AHASSY;I. Section :3. That the aicd election shall be held
Pells /1.341.1X in the manner reotuired by law. and the ordinan-
Am't Paid to Nov. Iit 14 0 .0 1.41.00 c-e of this city. arnd the ballots to be used shall be
V ise and Feirfef ure |[, / 3, 7.7 Its ,'e~f mpliance w ith Section 2719 ,pf th e'4,. r;s.n ria Us' follow s;
ri ad rtfet s u 3177.31 I s* / 1 uan ef Certlfcates fir Refundling Ch
Amot Paid to Nov.71 t7Statutes of the State of Florida. the foih"wi, lsuans'd lif ('.rtiflaettles fcr RefundingCne
AIt P1d to Nov. Statement of theConditionof t W a- vin le.- and Floatingulebtan and Purchasing
Roed and Hrkide 2..7hI .l Bank of Tallahassee. Porid& at the c of bui. La of." YeaeforRefundins. C
Am't Paid too ;ev. jt. iA 27M..1M nosn. January 21st. 1907. is published in the Weekly "'luunce of thrtifts for Refunding Come-
AmTt Paid to I ovi. t maert, a n wnpaper printed in the City tery l PFloatinl Indebtedness and Purchasing
14"Ssial 1 hoollt h trict Ne. I I.lX4147 of Tallahaossee. County of lmn. Floridan Are Lamps" No.
peel hol tr No 7 Tll County of n. Flrid : Any elector wishing to vote in favor of such
Ai't Paid to Nov. tU. 1911 ,M1.27 RFM-OITRtCFS. loan, will mark on his ballot with a lin and ink.
(Ceh aon hand .aOe(N0 or pencil, acroen mark [X.], between the word
D.ue fn National Flinks 47 61 lamps" and the word "yets and any elector.
At H.T. g .gti., i .ln i 1,.unl. lO142 4 wishing to vote against such loan will mark on hism
At'test H.T.atFrtil.i, I.n antv ana Iaion +' Io ballot with pen or ink. or pencil, a cross mark IXI
Clerk Circu(.i..rt. Ion Cotunty Floriia, Notv. B ntrty and ti lrl 11 e 1 l tween the word "lamps" and the word "Nao."
Sla,.. H Section 4. That proper action shall be taken by
ital o 9 the City 'ouneil and other officer, for the holding.
Tet ieeMS foer Jiam JI4aealatUe. l",,tl I IAI j the condirct and return of sulch election. accord-
I.IA HIII'riFI ing to law. and the ordinances of maid city;
EDIICATIONAL i)DPAITMENT. (Cal,ital St'x.k puimlin S4.)0 oM I Now. therefore. 1. F. C. (;ilmore, mayor of said
-TAtmrle, or I 01UI., IA, Saurrlu. 10.111011 0 I ity, do 1ar ii,' thin, my iroclantation. and hereby
Tal fahasee, P1a., l. f '~. |9ln lintvihdewl Intereost.. 11".444 0 I give notl'-e that pariuariit to said ordinance, an
The following Is a list iof the* Trft l.ookN Io | le'.mtitisis 1'V.I41 Ti -Ie'tion will be hold ont the lith sday of February.
iimse it Ithe. hbasli of the .liunfe .aminatiaon. 111 7 T A ). 417.i at he' rr irtl chatnber in the city hall
Orthosiraphy- lkc- l's WY.'sre IA. i ",ne i4.'t May "l'.,ial 4i4.1'4 7'9 ir sai9ld c'it. l-frn '< ''I i'Ik a m. until .tundoiwn.
isaid, Merrnll A& r1'., N..ew' Y,'r . 11w 1 t: it:e. que4t un o 'of sthe" ,ati 'iatiorin of -oidl onrli-
l(ea.Illn Any .tlan rla ',l aitlh',' w i. inr- 1~.- .I.I I Vh tli.hal. ia'.hi* 'i f lh. .' a ,. 1nm e.id rdnnce., n .f hn.4 |i 1,,,i- o s t i ',1 aai, ,r:itr,a,'.., dlit.
'CoamntM i, ,trs M a &u'll Mnur th'. l itinv in, l liil ,I,, -,,i,'i. if -'- t t h* lt i h .t* ut>,. -tIii.-- .,, h the. v',,'tE,' ,,.. '-,r' h' t su liihil'ut:;.,t
';i l.hlih. 17'.* ) A m ,it lo n Ilh.t 1. 11 t 4. e, 1 1hi 1 hll t -f l*"'0 k ,,vw h'Ily' : i . *th*',,; -I, r I e.. ,h *lin I<
Arithnlut'i M ilne.'.' t4 IIn I ',. I ci 'sari i t' .ri1ri lar.i e'
hlo I. 4 it A tllla.ta ," I j I 4 1 i I IVnr'r. iror th r. lh l 1 l,:.- ,* ,,n t .
.inviIlrh (;rHmnly it im t nif, i., \ ir l a11 I t#' -iat ,f F" lri ii. th.- .:-r iA 1f .In).*a'. \ )
1t*i'k I'0*oit1 %in -I A re *I. i lHill4, I'. Mu Sitni"-- Ii, hi. r.it i il ci ,f , 'iti, It n 11 S ti H ll ,. o | > 1 |, ., l ,, l 1,, "' i l .f Ic i i If i d t f '. n I- t < i .. it
A F .,,, 1, i r Hvati. . &" l it'ee a% l A- 5 \ str In l t tI. i. i' .
A n 11 i. jo lt l f 'i o|n>il -ii t r \I l F1 1 \ I I < 1' I .l'l l IN,, ..
4.4-rV'l h Het N III l b- ( a o I t I "- t \ oo \
cii i WIIII. ,I xc iI
, ha' At~lwilw C' l4t'i's t l -c iiIt''.u d '
itI .01 0f1 )cl Iiei t ~ itai the n Ii 11' 1,1s-tis" 's'I
0~ V iteitI' In I'ht by At A' ~ t Illa
vs1,iii, ri'e l-4, 1 ow stlit ) *>t' a e't' ii-'
I Iwe tsj'sswelif i atre'liti vti' clor' ~IIItf
it I -'&Iii: qI.I Ii :Ir II I s I 14 1 14' "e:t is I. ; I i' I-.
M it- t I [I I , -a i ,,I- i .. ,. i..'. *"
T'r' n!'r ne' ih'tiic'. I t i'" ;1 -e* '. : w\ '<
Silver Tea at Library. I
I ,*.* , ,+ , "f f r7' 1 ', ; "
Uf hoo Ibe nbas.W
5eed b Co.. Ataita. G. 3. B. B. so ee-
daly e advise for ehro,* e. deep meetd case. a it
ca after alln e Ilra. 40-lyr
In the Circuit Court of Plorida, 2nd
Circuit Leon County-In Chancery.
Cre simasons. ComphbMat ga Julius Seb.
nmons, edaoat-BlU fer Dhvrma.
it having been eade to u rby the admit
of the aeliitr for the eem that the resi-
dee of the defeadat Julas Sammema is an-
knowa. and that there no person a th : State of
iFlorida the service of a eubpoems upon whom
would bind the said deendmat, and that thec aid
defendant la over tie a tof tweaty-one:
It is thereforeorered that the sad defendant,
Julilus Smmos, band he hevby is required to
appear to the said bill of complaint on Monday.
tha fourthday of March, I7. and that this order
be published once a week for eliht consecutive
weeks. In the True Demoerat. a newspaper pub-
lihed in the city of Tallahassee, and in 'id county
Witness. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of said Court
andthe seal tbreof this 91th day of December. A.
(IAALj HWay T. PaLKaL.
A true copy-Attest:
Clerk of Circuit Court
HMBsa T. FULKSL.
44-8t Clark of Circuit Court
In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2d Ju-
dicial Circuit for Leon County.-In
Sadie Harris. Comp nant. vs. Joe Harris. De
fendan Bill for Divorce.
..It having been l to appear by the dfidavit
of the olicitor of complainant that them .
denee of the deflt. Joe Harris, is not In nPor-
ida. but is in I *de.6a within the Uni-
ted States, and th no por In the State
of Florida. the V a ubpoem upon whom
would bind the eafendant, and that the said
defendant is o entr-one Yos of ag.
It there that the said defendant,
Joe Harris, be. and he hereby is. required to be
and appear on Monday. the fourth day of March,
IW7., and that this order be published ones a week
for four eonaecutve weeks in the True Democrat
a newspaper published in the City of Tallahassee
and In said county and State.
Witness. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of said Court.
and the seaJ thereof, this 24th day of
I(KAI.) January. A. D. 1907.
HENRY T. PELKEL.
Clerk Circuit Court.
A true 'opy.
Attoet--HEN T. FEPLKICL,
Clerk Circuit Court. 48.4t
Notice of LIquldatle.
Notice is hereby given that stokholders owning
more than two-thlrI of the sink of the Mercan-
tile Exchange Baen have voMl4b aidl Mer-
cantile Exchange nk go into quldation and be
closed. The cred oRa of tha-mid Mercantile Ex-
change Bank h notified that the said
bank in closatl nailrsm and they are required
to present thel mo against the Mercantile Ex-
(Corporate ,eal.) W F. COACHMAN,
A tt'st :
AktrTH i F. PIt.iuR. .-ri'reitary. 44-9t
Fr(-nch langnage taught at residence.
Latest improved method. ('onverga-
tional, Gramm 'ri.alJ. hv experienced
Parisian teach .)rAJerate terms.
MAD. 'MAII.IAitD OWEN,
44-ti leonm Hotel.
I.',o :,:im WJt,,i rr Clinto)i Stlret
J'I mC'.errP f(i -r Mn.e -s. A 6pply to
. .J .' M 'ginni1'. 41;.4 t
Pecan T es For Sale.
Fine, I .-,n $ ear Seedlin&4
Tres., apply t
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HOII.PtADE CATARRH CVNI.
AViv (inq cai' l?) iti\ tL'4' *ctc''le
)fli t irvos's U I1 (f) i I I A i 6 i.~ 't '. -s~e
i-f ita jor(S~Iilitn4'"c. itl, m te
lalismianoidP s oi. s .tlo t.Vac5, e t i'. *
tairrhsl 1xihisin, reho-li.'vl tt( hik :Il. '11.11sa
dread 4hass5,iot, ti'' mot Ie'r wh'o'' .-i~I-oa~tl -4
're prepare the' rnaour.'' Ile~t Ircitti 541
M o~d;harmnar yone-haulf mtwe'jisv ltiu
ei t a DtIandole in.flon"flP inv-i ''' 'iiiumnotii
Xargion and three 45titit).'#i'4'issiieeImmlra
',Syrup Marsspuarila haki-',.rli snd
use in toissastlixnful sIo4eti.iafte'r it'
moal and at bedtime
Thin flit a harmk'utli. il-x).im'5oilve mlix.
ture. whirls hiess apiiculiusr actissuis upn
Ow eliminative t tiostsues ofI he K idneys.
iisositing them to filter and ittrain front
'he bWo'd ad system all catarrhal poi-
moon, which. 01f naist eradicatil.silare ab.-
ePw'hod by this mutwuls me-mbruenec. and
511 01 5sore fsr cistar'h ii the result.
Preprem Pme an4 tr 'v t. am it ip the
proomptKiin rofan ,'minvir iet Ctt'rrh now.
eallisst of national froputataess..
GONE-BUT NOT FORGOTTEN.
C~~~ I -l
11 '1]4idt'? 1h.N 6 \ c .w I.h to thank -'LX C rh~ik ml~~net.reiy forthe ih'-vFai J'ftmmsur.-
C141k.4-11 us (Lritflng-the past year. And Iiin ;o~lelting the jIelpleasIr' vo''f 1W'-
her 'l. allied hil.i neit.we wish 1.) mi l1;res;upon your mind thlat we art. 1'.i1
Itinliiidtil 'of ymw* intiere't. and thi, year we exl"-tt to put fourth, If itsbe
jri'vater 4,1141Ix- ltter t't!(rts in waiv of ivinw better values mind i'!' ier prices
> than evetr blltotrv. When youi buy frim IDuval BrAitz. ('a~h -:-ore ~you can>
rely 'i n the Q(inlitv Rnti the Price' Imeing right.
THE STORE WITH A RECOORD,
- ~`~ ~.~~. ~ ~...~-.^~---~ ---~----
. 1. 1 1 I !I - ,
ITHE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF TALLAHASSEE.
, _, ,, ,,,- 1 0 -, ,
IMPROVED POCKET SAVINGS BANK.
Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-'
proved pocket savings banks to helpyou to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies hand hbr. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would bI surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
10e per day for 5 years....-----.......-----. $16.0 .... $11.14... -- ..... $17.64
20e per day for 5 years .- 318.00 ..... 22.28 --.. .. .... 335.28
25c per day for 5 years ..-- ------.. 391.26.. .. .. 27.86... .... 419.10
30c per day for 5 years..-------. 46.60.. ... .. .. 33.42 .-- -.... 0-- .92
50c per day for 5 years.. .-..----......------- 782.50.. -............ -------------66.70-----.....---.....-----. 838.20
100c per day for 6 years.---.----......---..-.....-1,566.00---------- .............---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.
tIt f gas a o)
STATE SAVNIGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
W C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.
LOCAL AND PIRONAL fTEIlS. Mr. W. H. Walker has been spending
this week among his Tallahassee friends
Subscribe to The True Democrat. as the guest of his son. Mr. 8. May
Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Britt, of Holland, Walker
is in the city a The finest line men s hosiery in the
city is now caiT byBurns & Co. The
Best Silver ble, Engraved, at City is now came by Bums A Co. The
Best Slverk's ble 40 c Enr t assortment was b hught especially for
E. HW. ark a a 40 cents low quarter shoes. Prices right. 49
Mr. Harmon Ball has returned to the Tallahasseeans sy*vpathize deeply with
city after a pleasant outing for several Messrs. Eugene Duvale, Wilson Hall,
days. John C. Trce and W. D Wilson in
In the death of Hoe. Noble A. Hull, their very serious illness. All are
atJacksonvillerecently.!Florida hai lost pleased to learn they are now improv-
another of her best citizens. ing.
Mr. F. M. Brumby has returned from The Florida Agriculturist asks: "Who
Jacksonville, where he purchased a has tried to grow Englih walnuts in
large stock of goods in his line. Florida? We should be very glad to
Mr. A. B. Winn. of Medart. was hear from any one who has had any ex-
among his Tallahassee friends aizain perience, whether successful or other-,
yesterday and today., wise."
John P. Roberts. of Tallahassee. was The Lasooline famine has. been over-
amonsr yesterday'. arrivals at the Ara- comn- by a ,.goly supply arriving yes-
gon Hotel. Times-Unior. terdiay. and gasoline enitiners are airain
Mr. Se-lim W. Myers. aft,-r enioving ldoine" full time. the Talhlhassee g-s
a ten days visit aminK hi- Tallahassee ..ompan> To t he contrary nt-withstand-
friends, returns tio Chwa>ao tomnor''*w. lrg
Remember the Silver Tea a- I)avid S. M1r-, .lhn Heinry ia i .1iN, lPhoena
Walker Lihrary next Thursday v ven- Henry. if Monticello. awci'npanied by
ing for the e-nefit of th' lirpy'v Mi "s* W'ird. their .'"i.-t. were among
If you %ant your er.-' it . .;.-, th,- v-. o:rs to THallaha--,'. vesternay
-ee the O-.te,,path. No' *r- N. N1, ',,o..a' ar, % -it e UeSts at mnl lein liHotel.
-treet. T lflepho';- N-, '.2 I.,ar. ;l- ..,.-1 alh li->the-'- c .ived in th,.
ways in atten, hin, -. 49.lt .ity Vednesdlay mitimounitdI1 h, hirt h in
Mrn, Wiih. M. Le' -.;-r iirpc a Soith 1'arolina, wher', th ar- -sojouirn-
:'w wee4.K- ;' lialtmor,-. Mdi.. :.r ha- ing. ,f fine twin da, ei'lit,- ; Attorntiy-
*he Trou" %e. -rP.. erai-" ,- r r,-julariy neriral nidN Mr -. W. 1I f 'i-. and I mn-
"he-re srratulttions indl ti- \ ishe',. are
,.r .. .'" r.'--;t,. car- 'oming tit them fromn '.. ,ijarter.
a..iwrv 1;: "/ ,a;.: *n,- .,.-* :fnnr ;.,, n? rve s ri ali-'. : .,k.) villa ,
it i :v ... .a ,. 4 p,- . i H, ^ T a lh .h ;.-se, ,, , ,,th .r
",, } . .*- ',*. .. 'r, a" ,t H I r1c'.Ij i. ict ice' ,f
C. X. LIRWIS, VIC..Pais t.
B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.
The weather service from Washing- Messrs. John P. Roberts, George W.
ton is now reported daily to the tele- Saxon and other Tallahasseeans who
phone exchange in this city, and Super- visited Jacksonville the first of the
ntendent Hayes has the reports bulle- week on business have returned.
fined in front of that office regularly. Hon. J. Walter Keho was among his
Severe cold weather is predicted for many Tallahassee friends yesterday
February, and it will be well to look and made the True Democrat office a
out for your supply of coal or wood. pleasant visit. His friends throughout
Florida has many talented men and this Cmonreasional district are anxious
women, and we are pleased to see some that he should be a candidate, and it is
of them demonstrating this fact by very probable he will enter the race
writing books. Dr. A. E. Phillips, a against Congressman W. B. Lamar in
native of Jacksonville, we believe, but the next campaign.
for many years residing at Sanford,
has just issued a volume entitled "Flor Doruthy Drummer, a negress, was
ida Wilds" Dr. J. D. Bruce, also of fined 60 and costs in the municipal
Sanford. has written a book and given court last Tuesday in Miami, or in de-
it the title of "Studies in Black and fault thereof to serve thirty days im-
White, "dealing with the two races. prisonment, on a charge of selling,
Jacksonville Metroolis. liquor without. a license. She declared
AO yde Evans. who has enshe "hadn't sold a drap," but the offi-
Mr. A yde Evans. who has been cers had the drop on her. A numberof
the efficient city editor of this paper Drummers come here often and retail
for some time pastprof and who war f reek it from their long tail coats or satchels
cently elected as professeer of
High School. left Tuesday. morning to Ithem, and o. more irut fm rh
begin at Jacksonville his work as rep-, **, "
resentative for Floridaof the American
Freight Revising Hureau, of Richmond, Mrs. James .1. ('ro-w.ll ml hand .r
Va Trh.. is in excellent jlosition, and daughter. Mi ,- ; i esie- I).('otts C'ro,-
Mr Evans is to, e cit, onszra itu ited on his well. of F;>vet''vill Nirthi (';icr'linn.
-.uc'ces in gettiL' it are' the giuestis ,'f 1len. iIl Mr,- IF. Ir'
'I'T M yr'-. 'r-. ('r'>.-V 'l! E i Mli'.-
Th.' ;ain.i^i ll- Sun i i\#- tthe fl' ll, I.I,,I.|',,.Nr I .. .lewksoivill-. Il.1ri"a,
ing str..n 'liic s.le i' ment tO, 'he- rI',ci'nt 1,1l v, c ,w- th gtrlah, l frie>iI,l ,cfd M r-
su. ,.ti.,n hby ,he- l.i.' I hk lih.,-n,.r,at M y., 'hi i- hier t ir-t ei-i, t iTallin-
oft lHio .1 M. l.ccro f'r Co ,|itIrolh.ei 'r, ha..s,'e onm The m ,ove.d toe N iorth ';rc-
li *lion. .1. M H.It rnc ,,f .Mariin li a,. ,,me tift'.,,n v,'a i,- g I,. .1 -
>'o( tl .'\, fav- ,r.hi ly ti tii ti r, -\.I I ;1 t'r,,-' ,..ll, \w h.> lhe .;r, 1 \ ,,i
nltimhl.b of ( olf exch.iig.'- for I "Cc )- ilaicli, i';, ,c ,i ..I ,"h rmin"l .-...tnelt ,'c..
trol' -r iat thc' il inrli\ *m,O 'ef*>.n 0I1 I tIl 1 ,having r.r ilu'l i..i l it St. Mary'.-st .c ..
M r. ll' rc, is ni, th i,, ;el' li l most ]l i.~h. N .. tlh'. ,past -,m11i, i . 1n,
o' ', I *' *.., '.. \! c g-1 *1 4 1 !),,
c i r ,- h *.. i, l l I : : .r A
There will be vesper uwrviev at col-
lege chapel Sunday aftanoon at the
usual hours, and the public is cordially
invited to attend.
The Gaineevlle Sun and the pop of
that city are up in arms at t treat-
ment they are reeelv fror ow eifn
company which ist furasl their elee-
tric and gas lights laand to
the plnts. Sk1-hjessm WW
are getting from both e e
gas companies. The city *mn the
electric plant,and propeo overyo
to give better vice. A rln co-
'pan owns the gas, and albo promise
to lo better.
se at i ng P r i .4
:4N11 acre;. 13 miles q Tallahah ee
geiml hunting ground4Ao lease, well
twockMl with game. Apply to E. C.
Smith. Chair-, Fla. 44-1 mo.
Si,.,'re,,' tor The True Democrat,
(iot It!! I
Coupon No. ss-80150
wins the $5.00
Ir, pI Bugy v-
H. !.. ( regory.
P. *i't i.,
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Dr. M. F. Gourley Propv. Tallahassee
'. .:ht. I ,.'-" N ,-'a,,' ,: T''a S.
KATES: $ DAY, $5 PEPr WEEK.
Meals, 25 Cents.' S Lodging, 25 C
SPECIAL TES TO MONTHLY BOARDERS.
RULES AT HOTEL BREEZE.
%a r plenty ant i tleep i souml.
'a.. vour hill. and take in the ,'.v .
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ccc ccc iccc 'INc~i .'
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T *~it~. jcI le .-.-~ 'i ~e*' .c~cl ~c Fl-
T Ills ol S EI 1- 0 1' t e' II ,v cc? cO c 1 .h e 'r fei ?I th e I .".I .- ~ c ~ 1 .
fl~ Iv' 111E 114 uM 4.O1"the b U irJ-,.y w. Shoritf. ;md .' -i. adti. i.Andi
Thnis Hueif you cl~n't I'&y your [.till Y(cu will surelyvget a CallI.
rho, Hummernr and the llujmrner hal better -tand frcir undter,
M ice 0 Peet hlo-prosoi~enItor i4 an lri-ihiiihn aridwill .tomr-+v irivi' ou thunder.
Noic o.3Ali'well 1whaveo ieopecqde. whoipwant geood cecaid att -I'i-ilging. by the
aft'-- ,rove here. I c rcl,wc wv i %v11tav, for all I could isay would not d '.v~vu aa**).
Dr. MA F. Gourley, Propr,
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t patca 00~ f r
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MH TRhIJEcan MocaAwin "now o
Pam4L CKSK fuuin. -au.A..r roVse"SoomsM of
New Earn Wk" a" esiVewL ~ !
rU3LUE3D XEVU3Y VUAY MOONING. "Som 53WLO -Ai
Send me a kis by wire,
Honey, my heart's on fire.
If three good physician, .
Stiould pronoli(,; yot I' r
ea'8r hopeless. If thli- Y
should, decide that yopui
could not live longer' tlhan;
Mix wecki. ,Andil ift yoi
should gEt well, after i's-
iig only 12.()N ,worth o, '
iD r. M il,1- If.,.l 't r<,. ;iItl
Nervine, What, would you
advise a friend in like ,t,:,-
lihtio to do't
"I hav.' lt thank ,'i for ivlng
my wife'N ilf'I twi't '.,' 'go 1, *.:
ontinlMi with th, ,., ,, r 1u1t.1 il,-
third do h,'tlior. l Ike 11w twit (*(*.in
1)1 et1 milfd huit nothri i c l( .n i e hl ,ioe>i,
for hfor, th l M *lf ha l bi t i,.o I*I t .k, nii
hlome, from thu. hi(melistl I, t, r 911 w it
h'er time, w1il '.h i w nil*l ,Ii l 't ;
w e .kvl i n i I ,,. rn flm I i ,, i tt i ', t "
home, fil | tl,.rl I (lrrin a i ,Iah..,i l
L tr. Ml I i-.. r i r. it r I N o r li
1116tI it h 1'I t r, 0410 I i 1' lft. l, 4 f
; W and eliti. Ne.rv, l I, 1 11 'lll
to cftmm .rs.,Il i to gfv' F' iti i, $'1
W e Tixo n $,i, n 1,, r,, .o.1 mI
taWk os 't ,s'i'vil.l ,il tEV. if' ih, ft.,i.,
In the ns-41l1 Iirn o wn too r #It'vsn
t0 1tll00 In # 1 oil'f 1Ito fn l t n< 1 l0 .
the n,'"(d. I ii l ii ti i it t it i y l l d, i it
have tben for 44 yfeo, m"
I V. 1'. M:I.Ir.IO AN.
(,'nii Hri l SI K ,
your druglet, who will guarantee that
the firet battle will benefit. If it falls
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
New I Lay No.
A World speelal from Trenton, N. J.,
Jan. 26th, says when the formal meet-
in of the New Jersey Legislature was
called at noon of that date, in accord-
ance with the constitution, which re-
quires that a joint session of the body
hb called every day while the contest is
on for the election of a United States
Senator, only two legislators were pres-
ent. Neetholeas, It was necessary to
comply with all the formal of convening
the Joint seusMin, and Assemblyman
Rurk, of this city, asked Capt. John
Lovett, the sergeant-at-arms of the
.Senate. If h6 would offer prayer to
properly open the session.
Mr. Burk made the request in a jok-
ing manner, bat Capt. Lovett took the
request seriously and asked with all
reverence that those present in the
House join with him in reciting the
lard's Prayer. Then amid deep si-
lence the voice of the Captain was
"Now I lay me down to sleep," he
bean, and paused.
The Assembly chamber at the time
was Ailled with students undergoing the
State veterinary examination.
They tittered when Capt. Lovett
paued in the prayer, but their levity
hated only a moment. Then one of
them. In a deep voloe, took up the sup-
plication and all fAtshed it:
"I pray the Lord my soul to keep."
And should I die before I wake
I p the m i myto to ake.
Ar ti eooio_ U o ar Capt.
Lv;tt tie l.lkr o tern. it
he would be allowed the ueual $10 fee
given to clergymen making the prayer.
"No," was the reply. 'You didn't
know your prayer. The State pays
only for completed prayers."
The Chaiilla Weas
is not necessarily one of perfect lorm
and feature. Many a plain woman
who could never serve as an artist's
r I p oea ee those rare quallties
al the world admires; neatness,
cleareyes, lean, -mooth skin and that
sprightlines of step sand action that
seeompany good health. A physicalTsly
week woman is never attractive, not
even to herself. Electric Bitters re-
t weak womee, e trong nerves,
brgt eyea, woo(h, velvety skin,
beautiful oem Guaranteed at
an dnistsa; *I,
Have yeemItbrhew lne of shirt
earned riq h 5 Co. ..
Mr. W. D, Ly, of Woodvlle. wa
n the etyMit y aad made us a ptease
Letehave Uhe faith that tight makes
q g w,- h at athlt-dare t
Two rigs, aoe ood sis- a Softair
DumM jdAd the ther a bibtA.me
ndI W11".. F. R. LAm.
A New Haven, Conn.. dispatch to
the New York World, says for a while
New Haven citizens smiled sickly smiles
sad stored in the public places at this:
0 "In view of the rapid spread of the
grip contagion throughout our city,
and In view of the known fact that os-
culation commonly described as kiss-
ing, is the most fruitful agent of the
propagation of the grip germ, it is ad.
vised that temperance and moderation
in respect to said practice be more gen-
erally observed. -.* e . 4-
FKRANK W. WRIGHT,
S, "Ifealth (fic er
The. ukane of Health Officer Wright
was backed up by City Bacteriologist
lewis, whose,, attention had been drawn
to the devastating prevalence of the
malady lby the imperfection of the
televphor e:4rvice he wau paying for.
''" ow'.' this?" he' cri'il t, the rman-
"The te:le.,hoine young iladie;, h,..
mostly got the garil, and we're de|sper-
atelyv hort hand,'ed Have merc.v oil
Then the Higri went up, Then the'
telephone, girls heard about it and monme
of the married women whose husbands
had grip heard aouit the telephone.
The plot att the telephone ofttice thick-
ened with the return of -ome convale -
cerit "hello" ladies, who wanted to,
know who started that silly canard.
Meantime around the fireplaces. of
the best clubs each man had the air of
knowing a good deal about his neiih-
bor AIso the married women's Mo.;ie-
I tiem for the proper upbringing of chil-
dren and the fuller comprehension of
the writings of Henry James formed,
themselves into committees of bosom
friends and began to besiege the city
health office for scientific data
"Doctor, can this dreadful grip germ
be communicated by wire';"
"Abnurd," said he, "the kiss theory
is the more tenable and probable SoUv
"But, doctor, would you insinuate
"I don't insinuate. I am a physician;
there is too much promiscuous kissing,
more particularly among the women.
You may infer if you choose: I merely
And the doctor went back to his testJe
So that finally between the peregri- WHEEL V
nationsof thegrip bacilli and themachi-1
nations (f the little green-eyed gnome.
the city of New Haven is in the worst
of ways. I
of ways. - --. .. Genei
A tailor-made spit I, stylish, and Horse
holds its shape, thoeefqe the most eeo- pert
nomical. Burns & F make a specialty f ex
of tailor-made suits 49 o ex
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llaights of the NM era Maccabees.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY (cONCKN. 7j pop
To the Record Keeper: patron
This Is to certify that Broward Tent and sat
No 1332 located at Tallahassee, State
of Florida, has paid all supplies, per *ted
capital tax and assessments charged -.
a ainst it; has made its Life Benefit
Reportfor Assessment No. 136, and Econ
in good financial standing. The Install-
ing officer may proceed with the install-
ation ceremonies, either in public or at
a private review of the Tent, and this
shall be his authority.
Given under my hand and seal of the I amr
(MHAL.) Order, this January 26, 19(7. tle a
A. M. SLAT, Fenc
Great Record Keeper. ,e
The above fraternal insurance society
offers safe protection at very reason- B.S
able cost, and abold have 100 members m
in this community. Meeting next Fri-
da evening at 8 o'clock, at Woodman
Today i Arbor Day. Observe it and Can
plant at lieat one tree 15 ce
W ma sW gh eesr
am be" bueiaw
-aay .el right bhere to this V1
laity are a rua dow MA ar
ale to drag about-det baow w
"sleb people aeed 'VITl, ako ei
liver prepatima with mt oil, wal
rtalas ia a higly esoetrate
form all of the med=i al sa timth.
creUting elements aof od liver oll
tally taken from freeh codas' Ivers
but from which the seel oil s1
eliminated and tonic Iroa ad4de"
We ask every mBa woman sad
child In tbis-vietatty who is rua down,
tired and debilitated to try Vimol oa
oar ocer to reMtr mseny It It tea.
T M 4^^^^-****- ,~r w^^^^*^*l^--^i||- iD1 C)B-
uie largest line of lOc CO oc NO zj.L, 'irSt ever offered. Our stock of
.. ulassware is something handsome. Give us a call and see what we have to offer.
GILMORE ( DAVIS CO., (Inc.)
WHRIGI and LACKSMITH.
ral Repair Shop.
Shoeing by an ex-
who has had years
tion of the public
,.e Is solicited
my Fence I
tend to do Fenc-
II pay you to see
e pure ing.
n General Agent for
saie of the Economy
e, and know.it to be:
?"I CHOICES? Ano ^eREuG ? SooD0
AT THN LOWIT ULIVI
@0. W, O.ML
Child Brs. Building and Lumber Co,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
be built for less than
nts a Rod.
Pow "ad pelbte m shed AN blft ohelifto 4gI
Ud somioam to asI s"et lmaevei methms
wmbIMa suu all kiali of rom ma &ad ISled
modtsAMP-A bdWpworek eIu-s- -sbndo% .iftaw
" Wa =e U n m e Ci u m a bs o&efels.u o
M ws wo Nudge psemp
ID W On dm to owesy wansow.
mes. mob we ma 3w -f
aflemUm Weg@fwes" w
seabmed Air Ie.m% f -sfbG
"wiNM V. 4 ft ft- Ao
Old Kemner Livery Stmbl.
C. M. SCHORMAKBR, Prepr.
Under New Management.
EVERY THING ON WHiRJT- U6 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
GOOD PreoMr", cU PIC IcNT .
OBPN ALL HOUM. TELEPHONE NO. U
SO ~s~ ft >f fatir Si ito by hbvvim
A. R. S. T WINE
Repair your Boots sad Shoes. First Class Week. Satisfaetios guarunted.
Atle we have In eommeetion with my ahoe bisluam the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
M, Dyein4 and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your eM
m wo for little money First-Class 'Tailor Repairs and Makes Cloes
n ft. Old Paasms Hata Clened and-Made Nw. No fake.
1No. 343 ChtOm St&. Td oom No. 375.
NUTr DOOR '4PINCKNKY'S RSTAURAIT.
40-tf Centreville. Florida.:
"aC ONION" Pan= no"
ago& psse a e owesOe
flolSmw Luwtiwmt CO.
POR SALSIYT gARDBMITU CO.
BRCIK! BRICK! BRCIKIII!
$7.50.F. 0. B. Depot
$8.50 delivered In city
GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,
owe su *M unCbeke&
'eskv IhS.. P-Owst 3t.burg
epo Wflktkaownmy louhCnar.-
wlc~x,,w n= wt
I Patterson recetly enter-
ber tedsopl ty Stadck
e he come in totact, being a mas
a hThe pemessages clearly
ad sadness that he will soon leave us
S Cube a n rpo n to Binsop Can- I
had so long. We sinerely trust that
such another ure and consecrated man .
may berov e and eepus. re ou f Satsfacton
Miss Anna Chaires spent a portion of
Sukd forc with her broi wither David, rre-
td ming to at hehassee Monday morn-us
r Edgar Scrugg has accepted Your Break
sta ion as bookkeeper at Vereen. and
othefirst of the month tofll it Mrtes
Strickland i in his place at Mr. George
Patterson's store. C.E. SAULS,
Mr. D. G. Chaires and Mr. E. C I
Sith anotte ended quarterlynd cons meeting at
Lloyds Satu be provided us. Satisfaction
At the meeting of the board of stew-
ards the pastor's salary was also ad-
vanced here, showing there is no retro-
i's"s Williams, a charming young
itigher cousin, Mrs. Sophia Rivers
Williams, left for her home Monday a.m
Mr. and Mrs. Wooten. of Waukeenah,
visited Professor Woodberry's family I
Saturday, en route home from the cap-
the beside of Mr. ilson Hall it Mr I
Miss Clifford Patterson gave a tacky teGeorge
party last Thursday evening. Some of
costumes were most ludicrous. guaran
Alice Pttson' person captured thC. E.e irl'SAULS
Mr. ugenie Carmine tne boy's. which
was a large rosette of every colored
We returned home yesterday from a
delightful several days visit with our
many friends in andaround the cultured
village of Lloyd. This little town
shows signs of prosperity. Saturday
its streets were almost blocked by vew-
hicles, and several new buildings are in THOROUG
process of erection.
v e also had the pleasure f is tesnng
grade mo several able sermons by Rev. Mr.
A cool wave has at last swooped
down upon us, which is advantageous
more than one respect.
in more than one respect.I
P. 0. BOX 210,
J. M. SAILS.
I.ooooscs ~mrrr~l~rn cc
J. T. BERNARD & SON,
REAL ESTATE A6[NTS.
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
I GRADE MACHINERY.
Prices and Specifications Upon Request.
7. G. FERRELL,
(Seccessor to A. T. RoUlMs)
A111 Kinds of Fresh Meats.
guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
FIRST-CLASS MEATS. .r
Ring up Phone No. 283.
fast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.
103 S. Monroe St.
al Builders and Contractors.
pair Work and Painting -
racts for work in the country
d and satisfaction in all lines
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
GENERALLY REPAIRED! -
NEW HOTEL FURNITURE!
0= I- /}e ) z
% 0 o 1'N
A Cup of White Reuse otr Ih Label
Neca nd Jawsv Cee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good groer keep
good coffee. We take special pe Is
.our brands, as they have made w
store famous. Just as good as the ot-
fee we sell are teas, whioh principle
holds good throughout our eatie st6k.
We sell nothing but the btA of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLUNs, Gsocers
T...j The Very Best,
of living is to have good health. Use V
Herbine and you will have bushels of
oy. You need not be blue, fretful and
have that bad taste in your mouth. eaSOnable
Try a bottle of Herbine, a positive
cure for all liver complaints. E. Har-
roll, Austin, Texas, writes:
"I have used Herbine for over a FRANK W. DUVAL,
year, and find it a fine regulator. I W *D V L
gladly recommend it as a fine medicine
for Dyspepsia. All Druggists. *
Nardi Gras--New Orleas, Mobile,
Account of the above occasions, the
Seaboard Air Line Railway announces
rate of one fare, plus twenty-five cents,
for the round trip. Tickets at this rate
being on sale from February 6th to
Llth. Seaboard operates through Pull-
man sleepers between Jacksonville and
New Orleans, via Pensacola and Mobile.
For further information see your Ticket
Agent, or write S. C. Boylston, Jr., A.
G. P. A., Jacksonville.
> A Wonderful Happealag.
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one
of the most remarkable cases of heal-
ing eter recorded. Amo. F. King, of
that place, says: "bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured a sore on my leg with
which I had suffered over 80 years. I
am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to
cure all sores, by all druggists; 25c. *
The Reter of the Glbees Girl.
A new series of "Gibeon Heads" is
now offered by The New York Sunday
World. These drawings are from the
pn of the world-tamed artist, Charles
Dana Gibson. The pictures are in India
black, on a buff background, upon art
ppe r, and each is ready for framing.
first "Gibson Girl" art supplement
will be given next Sunday and others
will follow each Sunday. Get the set.
Order from newidealer in advance.
The Ocala Star, in endorsing the Live
Oak Democrat on the mail order tres-
pro on our county trade, which should,
Sto the home merchant, says: "Stand
j your home merchant. Remember
e you earn your daily bread and
who assists you in paying taxes and
M ports your school children. It's not
department stores of the cities, but
r home merchant And again, it
eight be well at the same time, for our
biness men to remember the home
printer on the same principles, and not
t a piece of printed matter leave
home. The money kept and spent at
home is what helps to build up a com-
Cftml .^4'lb l
ICi VIh, US UG
Mgr. and Prop.i
The same Furniture for less Money.
If you value your hard earned Dollar
it will pay you to examine my stock
and get prices before buying.
have some special values in Mattings,
Rugs and Iron Beds.
New Furniture for Old.
a trial and be convinced.
I Give me
IAAHSSI RNIIUR S
TALLAHASSEE fURNITURE STORE
J i. THEUS, Propr
CORNER CLINTON 4ND AD%4 5 STS.
L. C. YAEOER,
Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,
isuslhers and M
. supplies and Sporting Goods.
Don't Have Your
&VT Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mll.
I AM THE
_Io_ TIMBER CART
__iinVmimniet nce MAN .
= ,LOOSVtm^o.W I build them under a
1 hRUf 60% im Guarantee, havebuilt
S j hundreds and build
-UUUt more every day.
"i'L.j, ...--n-w For prices write
S W. H. Adkinson,
P.O. Box 4,
"a--"-- iTallahassee. Florida.
b.. .. aLLIAMS,
CHAIRS, - LORIOA.
0. fier ren. j. -t Mr Sax-!
a.)~~~ Y(I i
tA .*lbwf a iahats
I v.* 'nev
~ ~j() ~
Choice Fresh Brea4
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
,t J. W. COLLINS & CO.
Mentiomt MThe True Dmocrt.
J. S. SCHOFIELD'S SONS CO.
WE WANT YOU TO
LIST YOUR PROP-
ERTY WITH US. .
Office in Marine Bank Building,
Horse Goods of Every Description.
Plow Lines, Bridles, Hames, Collars, Trace Chains.
Singletrees and Back Bands.
Exclusive Agent For Best Manufacturers of
BUGIES and WA6ONS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS.
* I -- -- > _---- --1-- I I_1_ I II I IIII ^ __ i __ iii ^ I I__ _ _ ^ ^ _
Cor. Clintonland Adams Sts.
GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOK CASES
and FILING CABINETS,
BABY CARRIAGES and 00-CARTS
KARPEN LEATHER FURNITURE.
If you want to see the BEST in Furniture and
House Furnishings visit our store.
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