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LigUORa AT .tA s.It.aM id tt wa der* t.*d
---t-d -- ant M a L U Oak bet the entire
TALLAHANAU conty mMt be resaed fuM the
___ eteha of an evil so groa, ao obvious
.. ....t...ft, -of &Wlll-- aid o bhurtful to every worthy interest
xs elpl led Salee s Sthe of the people that no valid argument
a asw I p he. r ,- could be urged in its behalf. The pro.
Past fitam tTeen. hibition party was organized, the elec-
Editor W. B. Bare, of that most ex- tm called and the liquor traft Was
Sellent weekly newspaper. the DeSoto swpt from this city and county by a
County News, gives Floridians, and es- majority too decisive to leave any
peeially Leon Countlans and Tallahas- doubt of the intense popular hostility to
seen, some straight talk and sound the eviL
truth in the following: That was emancipation day for Live
The wets are anxious to save the cap- Oak and Suwannee county, and its ben.
ital city and the coming session of the eflts and blessing have been flowing
Legislature from the evils of blind ti- with undiminished current for our peo.
s, and are asking for an election on pe ever since. The relief from a great
Ic saloon question. The Democrat
and the Sun. true to the past, are burden was felt almost instantly.
apparently on opposite sides. 'We are Drunken men disappeared; rowdyism
sorry. BlIN tiger are bad, out saloons ceased; all the streets became safe for
are worse. Jackson, the capital city of lai.. .a..rnit in the week
MississippI, with 0,000 population haa any day or night n the week
had no saoons for more than fliteen the crime record fell off wonderfully;
years. This writer has been to Jack- the profane bully and boisterous hood.
son. He baa also been to our capital lunr always ready for trouble and
many t ues, both under the old reeme
and thnew. Hedoes not believe either prompt to make it, vanished with the
the saloon or the blind tiger is neces- cause that produced them; drunken
mary at Tallahassee. If the local press men from the country, cursing and
is a unit on the enforcement of the law yelling, no longer rode their hore on
with the right man for sheriff thebl yelling, no longer rode their horses on
tgers nebroken up. Witness Live the sidewalks and into saloons and
Oak. Gaineeville. Lakeland and Area- stores, defiant of authority and decency
. dia. The pressatthoe places divided alike; the calaboose was no longer
on other questions, oPhsp, 6ack up crowded with the maudlin victims of
and eneoure the officrs who are
sworn t enforce all laws. e all have the saloon keeper; poor, whiskey-
a common interest in Tallahassee. The soaked wrecks who had lost all self re-
apitol io there. The State College for spet and all credit at the stores for
Women located there does not noeedany food for their families, pulled them
barrooms. As for the Legislature, their-hrfmespu.. ..a
Sn the bit can sves together and became men again,
and will be pplied by the representa- many of them now among our most
a of the "third houe"' (lobbyists.) substantial and respected citizens, pros-
and other cIties of perous in their affairs and with abund-
1wet'es. h will not let an ant means; Saturdays and Saturday
solo lack. Brothers L' ngle and Co- nights ceased to be times of terror and
,I ea th tfir paper& violence and drunken crowd@ and pistol
Hr as7l iy shon d s,? aid Uve Oak started ona
jure the tow? Am and Live Oak new era which has been one of steady
are not ded. pgowth and prosperity ever inee--at
,,_Pea. eh"e e ..as ma times phenomenal.
Ballard's Bmw Annlmmt is praised for The improved conditions resulting
t itdoes. A sure e we forRhe- fromn voting out theo saloons grew more
INe pain. Weight W, !v msmked eh year, y -sad me ImJame
ing, Grad Junction, Colt.. writes: I bemoets of these conditions are now so
usedfalsl s Lniment, last plain that all active hostility to prohibi-
winter for rheumatism and can recom-
mend it as the best liniment on the tion has long since disappeared. And
market. I thought, at the time I was we verily believe that if a vote could be
taken down with this trouble, that it taken over, all the drinking men of the
would be a week before I could get better class would vote to keep things
about, but on applying your liniment .
several times during the night. I was Just at they are because of the priceless
about in 48hoursand well in three days." blessings of law and order and decency.
SN.Vi ..R TT KILLED. and absence of rowdyism and crime,
. .N ... an] freedom of our young men from
Prehlbhltin and Preressive Live Oak the -stady temptation of the open sa-
Anaswes alabridoe. loon all of which we credit in very
Mayor Broome received the following large measure to the prohibition condi-
letter, which explains itself, and has tionPs prevailing here. Live Oak is one
handed it to the Live Oak Democrat of the model cities of Florida, and
with the request that it reply to it on, crime, even of petty character, is
the editorial page of the paper, and hardly xnown here That this would be
which ye reproduce: itrwu if the liquor traffic was permitted,
Bainbridge. Ga. .Jn. 2a 10 i. n, On believes for a moment. TheT re-
To the Mayor of Live Oak. Fa lati.n of cause and effect in this case is
Dear Sir The **wet and ii" ,, ,iom t Iie loulited, alnd it is a
election for Decatur o'inty.," (;,',, -o..ga.
is now on .. W e re s' o miI .'* have a .th at n i u h er W" o, .mexpi w '*r di-
hard fight. Th e cry for Hair;,idl. i .' '- "that no open ,alhm will ,ever
that it will kill the town it we ,drive atg,; lw s*en in this city or county
liquor out. or thath ar thatt ,
PleaI givf, me any t4mt.. n.l i "trn '- A thalt hul ,ar', that rot rin'h
about Live (POk with barrotins and with-,' i Odl.- s.ire-crow about **killing the
out barroom.- Ha the ilmwenceotf lar-I town' if you tAk.* away the salomni. it
Sroxoms hurt your city's prluperity"' h i'. .-'i ;inswere' inl "reainswered ; want to use your reply in thi., ar n- c. i kt f
pah-lp-1n. KeiN-c'tltlliy u," .aI t .4o ofto,, l
A.' .. REKAM the ."kid le,,ar fari't ~M d ; i l efimn rl ult)l
P'ator First Haptist churchh in prohibition towns that a mnn ritksi
We can give Mr. Reamy I'lenty of his reputation for intelligence by urg-
facts in answer to his letter, although' ini -,ut*h an argument in this day uand
from the very nature ol the casm there titl)'. It is the last ditch ot the salmonn
can be no figures hearing immediately advwrates, itand, although they h.ve.
Supon the issue now available here. l wrn driven from it tim-es innuirerabhl.
SLive Oak has lieen a "dry" town for a in ...-ry Stat*- in the limsorn. thes will
long time, nearly twenty years. anil ge t .*k in it and uowv*r th-ere. 'he
the prohibition "'ewerimnnt ha.s hwen only -m:llac.e of shlter in a stor,.
so thoroughly tented here that we think th, i..,t feelle' protect th'y can put up
we know all about it from every point against the voice of popular judgment
of view, and there in Iow a practically on a atiil publi, issue There is ab-u
solid sentiment in favor of Keeping the l'.t.i. nothing in the town-killing argu.
liquor trafle forever out of thin comrn- meant. The eloon drawn no valuable
sunity and this county. When saloemns trad.- to a town that wouldn't come
lourished here. Live Oak ,as a "touu h without it. The currents of commerce
toI~'" with plenty ufdrunkenie.ne an.d ar directed try stronger forces than
hual Justice to All--Special Privileges to Nort'.
AN AORM. O
Omr Stao's bshItt aidl Show Up
Aieg tIadhe te boat at
To the People of Florida-On behalf
of the Jamestown commission, we sub-
mit to you that we are without funds;
that we must rely upon the spontane.-
ous response of the poblic-spirited peo-
pie; that Florida sahkld be among the
bright galaxy of southernn States that
will shine in the national sisterhood at
The time is short within which any-
thing may be accomplished. That we
must call upon you 'or volunteers to
come up and help in t 6 crisis; that we
estimate 50,000 would enable Florida
to have reprementatlo at this great ex-
on; that twiee this amount is
to make the iate show to her
best advantage; That lorida can doubt-
loa make a better ahwing on loass ex-
pease than perhaps a other State in
Union; therefore Fe make this ap-
peal to every patriots citizen of the
State who aees this article.
We ask you to fort a committee of
your own. to get in touch with some
one of this commisao do not wait for
Uas to reach you peraol lly, but we ask
every man, womaca an child in Florida
to get to work.
As you feels a pride Iai )our own State.
if ou wish to have hr represented at
thia great expoitlon, get >o work now
and send us your sauoeription and ask
for a subtcription lst, for in doing so
you will plase yourself( on the honor roll
and will help to li gten the burden
which ret upon us Il. Unless there
shall be subsrlbed as much as 06,000
under this call, then the commission
feels it is not juti l in pursuing the
matter any afrther, and will so report
to th Legilatre at its moiUng in
ARh dOsirto aubseribe wll
notify Mrs,..Lagfn, t ue
of tho ommisl M a No. i Weat
Forsyth trt, Jaeksonville, FI&., so
that a resedi my be kept of the
amomet lu bed
Edwin Broen T M .
George tate Commissioner.
CBRISTIAN SCINC,12 LECTURE.
On February 1h, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
there will Ae AI lecture on Christian
Science. give a Munro's Opera House,
by an aut d member of the Board
of Lectureip. This lecture will be
free and all are cordially invited to at.
look much like "killing" a town, does
As a matter of fact, Live Oak didn't
know what real growth and progress
were until she got rid of the saloons
xnd their blighting influences. Home
enterprise, no less than that from out-
side, has little encouragement to build
up and beautify a town where the in-
cessant conflict between lawlesmne' s
and law is intensified twenty-fold by the
open traffle in liquor, and the saloon.4,
like running nores. ire steadil draining
the strength of the community. impair-
ing it. manhood anti lining the pathway
of it" .\)ung men with the traps andt
pitfalls of a terrible temptation every
day of their lives. Those. condition'*
have iwen removed from here, and with
their removal Live (Oak began to real-
ize her opportunities Hme capital
wan encouraged to invest, MagaciouA
men frmn abroad sIuw that the town
had a fine' future. andl with th.* draunk-
ard ail the- rowdy not longer in -
dence ;nd a!i the rondlitions of nm **or
deerlh. well-groverned town prevailini ;
splenihd growth At in. increasing w ith
Sthe pMas-ing years, until the squalid.
Sstraggl ng, saloon-cursed village has
become tone oif the star citiesof Florida.
; We are fifth in population in the State.
i famous for enterprise and progress and
School and churches, and commercial
la us and rowdyism anid all th. gti mills and beer points. and. given a growth and expansion, and the law.
oher ferms of evil which are the foul' good town with the commercial inter. I abiding qualities of our people, white:
44Jwn of a foul traftc wwb-rever it is ets sad mreantile facilities to draw ai nd colw*l.
pemUtte. Alont the streets where' Lbe trade and furnish a market Ior The Ptneas brought no do here:
S ilews fetered like plague the farms' jpoee, and It till be discov- w*rth the avir, and whe they went
Mad'InuuV ws t reWitti rfgem, tMe darpuaofshe a- hinMd m( PSpe w ha"
. sl;-m peoz ,e -wew aof whites im wixlb MW p, iiina M theu m d. or _m*lor
ia ode that st m te ow" "r lmbeVI*S r lkt5- _.to eby a te whiy traf magd
S Ite hr b W and te d of geo@& was, mnd s m e M a4 t Mir nt
1as1O tO be W Wamb *or 'm ote s tst oake dpes an
a so b" that the dobSbI" Ml open p ThMw henIM
Good ovrmment; Hoenty in Public Office;
0 U - ? '1
ImIRNAL INPUROVsaNNT FND. THrE G;, Q A.
Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of DeLand,
publishes the following in the People's *MM IAHU
Forum, in the Times-Union, of the 27th
ult. : Captain Sha rp e d as4 Vie-
As a citizen of Florida, and interested Presidet sad Cal. J. watch
in its welfare and the improvement of o d w
the public roads, I have been somewhat O tV cy.
puzzled, as well as astonished at the The Bainbridge Tribune of tne 8d
position taken by many people with instant gives out the following relative
reference to the lands and funds be- to business matters connected with the
longing to the Internal Improvement Georgia, Florida and Alabama Rail.
Fund. How there can be any misun- road:
derstanding of the proposition I am un- "The private ear of Mr. J. P. Wil.
able to see. In the first place, the land lliams was attached to the northbound
was granted to the State for internal therain yesterday morn andsto ped at
i ve nt purposes, and large bod- A called o t d
!ieajN,4,land has been given by the was held there becaumeof the Imdispeoai
legislature to be used in building rail- tion and weakness of Mr. Williams and
roads ; but there is yet a large amount because of the privacy obtained. B91.
road; eness of impertanoe wa we ssn"lim.
claimed by the Trustees of the Internal "It was 3 deidedto haa vC
Improvement Fund for the benedt of dent who would act f r the
State. The question is, what should he and for thiU redas Ca. Jme
done with these lands, and what should rigeod thea tM. H iH
be done with the funds now in the etor and Mr. J. 0 lat at elete
hands of the trustees, or that were in to fill the vacaney. He willU rmal In
their hands in April, 1908? After read- Savannah for the lwei t but wallthie
ing sections 1 2, 8, chapter 524, of the aethve ocha or te a d erg treasurer
...... ... te o eo of secretary l treauree
acts of 1908, and sections 8. 70 and and Mr. F. Duamnberyf Savannah wal
871 of the General Statutes of the State deleted to fill that position.
of Florida 1906-there would seem to be "To Mr. Hatch was left the appolnt-
no question for cavil. The whole mat ent of a sueorse to Capt. Lnha
whsme resimnatiom ws acceptedd wt
tar seems to be settled and is now em- regret by everyone. This section
bodied in law by the law making power be expected a any time now, forr.
of the State---the legislature.--which Hatch will not del tho matter, as be
law was approved by Governor W. S. knows themI Mkce Of having a
man for the position, a=dWthat rwm
Jenningsin 1908 This law provides: now, when thqroed nds ahead asp
"All moneys now in the Internal Im- than ever before.
provement Fund, after the payment of "rtenea t three mew S osll
the legal obligations against e ? Mid O ra .S.w.l -
moneys shall be placed by the Truateeshave been Iees ed over
of the Internal Improvement Fund with tit and wdll prepared sto-
the State Treawer, who shall thbere- "t.i t--- -
apasn pise the ame to the credit of r g Sof Its
the Asevera ouisse of thetate aford- r. ReuriM s
ilg to the' iAs N11 Va10tion of the *Toru er t
property in the several counties at theo3 ;.
time of the transfer, for the purpose oft e*
ossmtrueting hard roads In such eGon-
C, ee, tel, wbeas b w "hef__.
this money belongs which was In w
hands of the Truatees of the Internal
Improvement Fund in April, 1908, when lbo, N. Y., "ihs
this act was passed and approved? D seeveqr. It has proved to a
Section 870 of the General Statutes of liblo cr y ifor ds alt
the State of Florida provides: "All wealwaysb abottlein
lands granted to the State of Florida I believe it to bo the most va- -
by the United States under the sat of p wtiption ewn for lung and
Congress of 1810, known as the. 'Swamp diset-aes ,U wanted to never disap-
Overflowed Act,' for internal improve- and$l. Trial bittlet free *
ment, shall be sold by the Trustees of .. -. -
the Internal Improvement Fund at such 4o f
times and under such conditions as said A Masonic Pin. Royal A Masaon.
Trustees may determine; the proceeds G and Anchor. Jr' t. v Finder
will be rewarull b ving same at
therefrom shall be by them deposited Tallahasee H rAi re Store.
with the State Treasurer, and by him: Ms.. W M W oo.
placed to the credit of the said county. -
road fund. as provided in the foregoing The monthly meeting of the Womana
roa fund- sw provided. .in the.L_ e g (nrlntlan Temperance Union will be
section Provided, that nothing herein held M ry nafueron t 3:8 p. m n.,
shall he io construed as to prevent the at the residence of Mi.x Annie Damon.
payment in lands by the said Trustees There in important businem so let there
cof the Internal Imlrov-.ment Fund of w' m full attundance
all legal obligation, now existing i of the State f, --
avainst taid Fund." 'an there I any ount o tht for Prpos,
question a.t to whtr. thi. land belongs; ani to lste tIL n any other way is a vio-
otr that it lt)long.s t the ople of the ,lton of the laws the law now tands.
different s'ounties for the purpose of eLt.us av a better system of hard-
hoilding public road? t' Governor Jen- surface. d ru(nd, and let the Ppeople o
nid.ng approved this act. and if it was. dierent counties h.ve the moneys
not a good law he t should have vf.to w that belong to them. The law is plain
it Section X1 of the General Statute, ani doe- not require a lawyer to lnter-
of the Stat of Florida provides : pret it. I anm not in favor* giving one
.. e ori.d t of this land to the railroads, and
'All mone.yi alp.ropripto. to the we%- e m' has any right to do so if it has
eral e'ounte, b)y the pIreeding sueati.ns not already been given to them. Gomib
should be paid to the. tre-asurer of each making f the State o
eom.intv upon r"i.isitio b the .nt on let us have this fund for the purposeof
ctniuhniiunsers ',f s.ln cunty, e'ldi- which at s amended. i. e. to be divided
t hi .ndl up'.i it ia IguCtn e'X~'. y.l el ia.n the different counties of the
fr, the r muluJdng .im.i| contru, ting d 5- State few the purpose of building hard-
t,.'of liar .' narae.uJmize, or other halJd surfaced roada. With r. erenw to Vo.-
.urifa'ed rmuls; said reqiuisition shall ib .ui a t there Whod r e go ha..-
that the county commisasoners make nil Smyena. Hawke Park adragOa
such application solely for the purpose Perk; and from Sevile. Pirn
of building hard, macadamised or other ok and j ro l en. e (M rsag .
hard-surfaced roads." Why is it in the iKtmt ad ()asLe anti .---- -
face of this law, which is now in force, p l B n-d" t- k-
that in all the moutles of the State .f e t Jo river wo t ,
they are stugln to levyhgh ta Wit the two or three a.g. ii
wr t.,pr e bild g nd and thmmonq is the h.
*o,,,.,y,, ( ad t W' i
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M1LM5D IUVI3YVrKIDAY MORNING
o. 'bod &aSevowd Clam, Matteri March 3,Ii.i9W.p
so Vest owsise84atTaibhmsom iorid A~
A" of CAaeraeof Mmcci ". l
00ooio l 'Mush.. Iulkidnu. (Ownaer Adam. and,
V.- Clinton. at,..... Toiujhono No. LID.
Su" lsipls--. Lo Prw Year, in Advanme
S Adv~reasWe aI oa Ap.lks-tm.
TWe Trm oe aismar tai offtcll NewsPWe
Sel Lo Conty.
Tallhaea e. Vrtia, oa. ** b WIM.
e w s eat0 or life |obn ma we need to addM
* tI5A, eb 'et A.ll, multiply oouI aind diviide
17 Sa m 50 5os.-J amett. CiT.Wmen.
" Annowneement has been made that
the Mna will get out a daily issue dur-
WS the Legislature.
Read the splendid article on our first
page, from the Live Oak Democrat, on
the benefits of prohibition, in reply to
inquiry from Bainbridge.
Those statements ar coming out in
seO better shape, and we mee some re-
sU lta from our persistent effort irn the
interest of the people' Let the good;
work go on!
The plan to turn our LusineeM into a
stock company is working toward a'
succeeful finish, and we hope in a few
day to be able to announce enlarge-
ment and great imprgovemnent in our
printing plant and newf lpua'er. ,cI'in a
number of lines.
I you oppose hav ny I" 1i hiarro<,n.
in your county again, now ik the times
to help see that the petition which has
been filed contain (sily let-al nuiaim
Point out to the cornrmiasmoners all:
names 6n it who are not legally quali-
fled voters. And it is not too late to
request the commissioners to take your
name from the petition.
After the Jamestown appeal was
printed on our first page we note that
Commissioner R. W. Store, editor of
DeOIutltir Breise, wd 0 le.t off. His
name was omitted from the copy fur-
niehed us, and the errpr was uninten-
tional. Remember, he is one of the
.Floida --t onesm, and we believe
w Is"bah to have Floda
tp to 4 o eu Is sure who Oov.
3 shi w 1i appoint Judge vice Judge
Cafer, re Wlg r; er who will be eeon
it pcte, or what o tends
to do with Cooper. J. Emmet Wolfe
may got the Judgeship, and in that
ease a place will be made vacant for
Blown, sad petps a Cooper will hold
his preont position in safety for yet
awhile; but how about getting that
euovlct*-kmpotor tangle worked out to
the soeplete satisfaction of the army
who are after it?
Ite It 's *frclent Chrmist, Captain
R. E. Rose, has gotten out his official
report, for the Department of the Com-
mlsiloner ot Agriculture, and like most
documents and papers which come from
Mr. McLin's department of govern-
ment, either directly or indirectly, isn
foll oaid complete. Thi- report show.j
thattaptain Rose'm work is not a bur
ua upon the tax-payers, but brinngs in
*~'6ad lump to the Trounurer, after all
etvonses have bit ii lully met. We are
0'ry aftiris in our office worked against
Us during this week se lo to prevent a
6ols aX1el.ded )titcc'l at it Molre of it
will tevme moon. I hfit department and
the printer deserve cotiriiitulihtiosand
*on.niehMdlation for ani lev'ie'nt in the
printing lc --
:A name oen it petition kingg for a
Wet and dry election sehotildl he' a fully
qualified vonr, .and to be that every
aoner on that petition rnmst have hias
poll tax paid usl. In considerng the
potitioh, no doubt our county cominis.
a#onenr will wee that every name on it
not so qu.liflld is strick,-n off and not
mounted. Bince signaturei', have been
bought fur the petition for several
asnaths back, It may \Iw possible that .&
groat number of the colored signers.
a well as same whites, have left the
senty, and at course should.not be
eeiMtede. and other citrum
1l e I ked into If we aret
w and dry selection.
0 r tWi6 on the peti-.
:6 l htfully there.
ofA eltne to So
DUane. and amounting to about twenty- l)eputy Marshal Wolfe all in their off- Stand by your colors, no matter which the generally accepted accepted lim-
five per cet. of the value of the mate- cial positions. The court had a large side you may be on, brothers; by all tion of human life ie many yeer
rials used in constructing the dredges, docket and the Judge and District At. means do not straddle the fence on so the attainment possible wth
Another notable Itm I.sthat of more tourney have pushed the business of the, n a matter. If yo areal vanced knowledge of which theorae
Another notable It eps that of more court as fast as etible. We had pre 'important a matter. If you are really now possessed. The orlpeaI,
than $1,200 spent is expenae of nearly pared a list of t juries and docketed so indifferent as to the outcome, and that determines its duration
, d, ten exprditionsm of the Governor cases, etc., for this issue, but owing to ,do not wish to help crystallize public be between W and 00; the pwroMe
and others to I"ltspect" the building of sicknessamongourforce with LaGrippe, isntiment, then remember that the ed- of the body darang this decade
T fully examine and o.vetUgaU all the next paper. I tions publialhd; give others a chance helper after 0M tO- etrie o
matters connected with this extaordl. to wield, through argument, an influ- Ac to 1iat
naryy official enterprise, hi*evert the BeMrs se vey i for what i t.St eveq sigma at hed bsan
Leature, when It a-seoeblee maybe I am now in the e rchpi a byse o mtt aua di t& sW 44
------ ow.*'^--: a
AW NMI b SWkBt'* B To worke0t a Wrfeepnobled weneed S R I
a -_ L t.rni. s hai d >^-f gat a m ot -- -W --LovabauMt Lhed1 t ." 1111
SAW3ST. hUTT *IW UL. f
We do not believe eon county will I& wae 'we ,, ble the .j i "
give a majority'at the polls to have igg paragraphT
whiskey-selling in open barroom again, During the drainage empaign an of- -
but we do believe Leon can and will fleial proewmatlon we& lrued, ted ,
have officers who. backed up by a strong by N. B. Bewasd, Governor, esth
sentiment against the blind tigers, will forth own h. dan ha nretingdrains
hunt them down and make it impossi-literature and in defraying the expenses
ble for them to continue their violation of bi campaign of instrueto to the
of the law. If it cannot be done any people, and sloeitng unds of from
nt stamps up to 50c ents. Shortly
other way, have appointed a special fterwardiI wws reported that al
deputy in every community who has amount had been collected up to that
backbone and grit enough to stop the time. No public statement of the
illegal selling of liquors, as well as amount realPed from that offieal pro -
lamatiom has been made public, and,
other forms of violation of our laws. were it thou t rssetionof a private citcl '
If murderers, thieves, incendiaries or isen, ortof a B. Broward tae man, no U
other criminals were half so bold in one would ssume to saak qetioansof t
violations of the law as are the blind it. Nw, f the looks of thngs, w ouldt e
tiger liquor venders, the people as a it not be graceful, aadsa dgnifed thing
to do, far-sear governor to handout an-
whole would rise in a mighty effort other "4t0 id statement of it, too.
that would put them to flight. Let all The proclamation made It a public %IN
those who cry out so loudly about the matter, ad the public should be fully
evils of blind tigers join hands with The Pensacola Journal of the th B
those who oppose the whiskey traffic in takes it up a comments upon it as tol OT INARC1OOTIC.
all its forms, as good citizens should, kGws:
and bring to justice every single vio- The Tallahassee True Democrat Aim *
lator of law. If this is dome, you will calls upon Governor Broward for an ,
soon see that prohibition law can be itemized statement of the moneys and '
as fully and effectively enfor: as ecn stamps received by him last summer in
be other laws. response to his proclamation calling for I
be other laws. fundstocarryonthedrainagecampsign.
The greatest trouble seems to be in The position is taken that inasmuch as
having all people who favor whiskey the call was in the nature of an official II
and those who oppose it join together proclamation, it wan a matter of state
s business, and therefore the Governor A'af yo. osl- U
in upholding the law. If prohibition was accountable for all the funds re-1 Ape tR uMdyfor
fails to drive whiskey dealing from a ceived. The position is untenable Be- ton.Sour Somikch.D
community, it is the fault of its citi- cause the Governor issued his call in WorWis,CoflVUBi0oMW,F4eveSi Fo O veh-
ze/n, and not of the law. Let all good the form of a "proclamation,." it did aes o si dLO rSuO P I O vL
not necessarily make it one and we ven-
citizens come together in an earnest ture to assert thAt it has not been re- TacSinte Signau m of
fight against violation of the law, and corded along with other official procla- r Thiy Ya
decided change for the better. let all haps if John Collins will furnish the hNEWy Y IRK.
j.oininh wihangt h r er they will(b 'Governor with a ste!ino raper he can se
join in showing our officers they will be cure "a complete and itemized list of A
bickeil up, and that the best of.citizerin every poutage. stamp received, includ-
will back them up, in arresting arid ing tr n.tam., address, and political
,pun. tir. violtt r oo the prohibition faith ,o t* dour,,, to t-r wi, the t
n in i 11r number ot stamps sentL Stlously, trie XACT COPYOF WRAPEB. .
lIt14w, nd you will soon see that not an State is not interested in this matter." C A I w
officer will shirk a duty or refuse to! Ye gods and little tfihes! As to mm w w m en .
Organize and go after the b ind ti Y g l fi A t
enforce the law to the letter, whether Governor Broward had that,
Orgnize and go after the blind ti- proclamation recorded or not, we are
germ right. and as if you mean bust- not prepared to say, nor do we person-
nesi, and you will soon see a change. ally care. While we do not claim that COMNISSIONERS MNETING. Miss Saalb alrhtalwe.
if you have blind tigers in your settle- he ie accountable to any one, not even Leon County Commissioners held their, In response to invitationsalargecon-
ment, do not complain of it, but give to the contributors, if he prefers to regular meeting Tuesday with a full course of young people gathered at the
all the facts to your officials and amist kp o a rbt, e d ot rfr to re l m T w residence of Mrs. M. A. Sauls, ona Soth
o facr t you can in uholdind the law keep it a secret, we do contend, for the! Board in attendance. Very little ex- Adams street last Wednesday evening
far as you can in upholding the law looks of things, he ought to let Florid- cept routine business was transacted, and indulged in merrymaking until a
and In driving them out. "hat is the plans know how much he raised by that but the long looked for petition asking late hour.
Now, all together if you would have proclamation to help him long with for a prohibition election was presented ceived, assisted by Miss Bertle Algero.
eon county dry; do all you can to help his expenses, which must have been quite and the matter was posponed until A string band was provided, which
on county dry; doallyou can tohelplarge and burdensome. All official proc- Tuesday week Feb. 19th, when it wilt discoursed sweet music, to the strains
make and keep it so. There s nomore lamations, usually are, or should be re- be taken up and considered. The tem- of which thoseso incinted whiled away
exulted than othe prohi, l lawthe mat i corded," and t' GouvetrI Napoleon B. perancee people will soon have a the le othe- found ammNmle tin
ated thath law wi ear Broward failed to have that very pecu-i copy of it made to be printed and pub- games and aiBnh .
handled right. Many wrong never liar one, recorded, it furnishes clear ev- listed, as a means to help point out When the hour arrived for bidding
make a right, and If it i right and best idence of a fact that he pretended some- tnose names thereon which may not be their hostess i od-night, the guests
is have no whiskey traffic of any kind thing for the effect it would have which legally qualified, and as a further pressions of enjoyment of the evening.
in good old Leon, either legally or ille- was not, and thus abused a trust, even means of learning if there are not others -
orly andler, we beliet's have our cit y ano. d though it be in a small way. on the petition who did not sign as Perhaps Barco is waiting to flureon
o yoraIt is notJohn Colins business to furn- authorized by law. The temperance thearelative strength oMhis
county is beet off without it, and our ish Governor B.soward, or any of his people take no pleasure in finding some We predict he will be in the andht dacy.r
effrlt ls thouaghns they may official family "with stenographers," good citizens nameson the petition, but one of the two offices, and lucky will
hall alwa against nor could we afford to do so if ether de- will order the petition made public to be the man whom he decides not to coa -
S- test with.-Pensacola Journal. Mr.
THAT "ITgMIUD STATIMENT." sired it, as we are not able to have such get before the people those names which Barco will find it easier then, in our
The Times-Union this week published a pleasant and expensive luxury in our may not be legal. Any signer can yet opinion, to decide to make the race
he me- we pu own office and business Just now; but have his name withdrawn, and a good against Mr. Croom, as Mr. McLin
the "Itemled statement" of theexpen- for public information, we will state number are requesting that their names surely has it on Mr. Croom when k
dwtures of the 1.1. Board for the pastl here, there is no scarcity of otenogrn. he taken off, either in person or by let- comesrity.to Burelative strength the wanoods be
rtwo years.n its reasons for not apping phr or clerical help, either in the Gov. ter. We huve heard that some signed of other candidates a few mon*M
ernor or the Comptroller's departments on a promise that no publicity would be hence?-Tallahassee True Democrs.
to the board directly for this informa- both of which have looked well to furn- given to the petition, but as the petit- Yes, the woods will be full of them, as
on. but rejoices in the fact that it haj.., full of them now, but the people can't
ided income, but rellin the fact thation oit hasishing employment to their own kin- ion is now public property, filtd offici- zfull ofe em up unt they step out in the
compelling the publication it llk and family connections. and the ally as a public paper and recorded on open. For that reason the Democrat
in advance of the Mension of the I.egin- ,
advance f the on of the .eis- governor's office has two stenographers the Boards minute a, these promises brought out Mr. Barco as a first-rate
and will gladly publish it for the and typewriters on the regular pay-roll, cannot be kept, and such signtrs have ("'didate for either the office of Comp-
rformation of its readers in a later troller or Commissioner of Agriculture;
information of r in a terif we are reliably informed, and the sal- a full and good right to demand that nd our act in doing so was a challenge
r th r nt it i enuh t ry for those kind of employees in the that their names be erad. Next to all to inspect the man and his record
r itne pre toen, iit null t.yState-house runs from $4) to $25.()00 week we will publish the lull otficial and determine his fitness from every
of it that it ap|earst fl an di -per month. Just why one department's minutes as they are recorded, just as -nt of view to fill either of the fflces
plete, und th" information it centains iiI mentioned with credit to himself and
precisel what this paper has for some i-.te'ngraphers should receive so much we will do hereafter, following each ust.fulness and honor to his party and
ree y w andn in th ptr more pay than the others for about the meeting ot the Hoard. the Stte The State press has received
tie been demanding in the interest of1 -t-h .,r sug.stion of Mr. Barcoas an av
the public. One of its chief features hours' work we shall not en- NOT l H ITalHEtR SIDE. aiih'e candidate, with favor and generally
includes the expenditure of nearly deavor to explain. Of course the cler- There seems to be much agitation, with approval, and from our knowledge
$21,000 fr law ca, feo oiutsiuel ofe teal help is not to blame for that. among G-.dhdea;'s citizensjust now ovr ol the man and his superior fitness, we
.orlawye. ee tie of the ,risly,." the State as interested in the wtt and dry question. Whether expert his cause to teadly grow t
salaty of the Attoaney-(eneral, the this matter, just as it should be in all Quncy wil stsy "wet" or go dry we .trenth.---LiveOak Democrat.
constitutional law ,mffer of the State, matters connected'with the public bus. .re ost rearedd toMy. Fuitnermore. The man and his record have stood
who was and is, presumably, competent iness, and if those in office do not take we don t intend to take issue with section for o these man vers Hes
neto attd to all of theofciallegand its even little mate, officials will humble edtor, a newspaper that want has been measured, as it were, and
SS vrnmentand its selected and put into those State ofees to serve the oest interests of the stand by the assertion that he has ts
several executive boards. Of this vast who will, and that can be depended -county at large, stays out of such ques- most "'relative strength and populq-
sum paid out for "leal services and upon fully. tiUM and leaves the detioun witn the ity." One candidate against Mr. Cro
expss" ex-overnor Jenninu got .. voters who will be atffecte, and when wII be enough to do the work. Lt
expes ex- governor innings got VUated States C*rt. the time comes the editor gots to the Mr. McLin rest "on his owrs,
nearly $11,000 Another matter that The United States Court has been in box and casts his vote according to his ring forth "another horse" for so
will require explanation t theenormous esaton in this city during the week own ,conmcence. We give tths informa- other good cabinet position. ,
costof insurance on thedredges, aggre- with Judge Charle Swayne presiding. Eton in behatf os ourselves, as we were -'
gating $18,000, paid to the admimstra. Clerk. F. W. Marsh and his deputy, compiled u omit a communication on The Lmilt of Ltee.
r i, nsrne .JWilson, District Attorney. W. B Shep- the above subject this week.-G.dden The met eminent medical tient
.tor's official Insurance agent, H. ard and Marshal T. F. McG(ourin and Times. are unanimous in the conclusion t
.r "* F 4
< By t. ftbkS a- L S.
., n ac 7T.fMp. m. Junior Ep-
wea th a la ., 8.w p. m. Sur bp-
ato t The pbb~e aad
t8ui especially invited to worship
Prebyterlan Cburth, Rev. Win. H.
Ziar, Pstor.- Reular serviee at 11
ovlok a. m. and at7.0 o'clock p. m..
sermonmas by the pastor. Sabbath school
.t .46 a. m..
FIrst Baptat Church, on Clinton St.,
near Adams, Rev. Frank W. Cramer.
pastor. -BIb School, Lord's Day, 10 a.
m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7.00p.. Junior Baptist Union 4p m.
Seor B. Y.P.U., .45 p. m. our of
prayer and meditation. Wednesday, 7.30
p. m. AU are cordially invited.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
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 p. m.
Christian Science.- Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the postoffice. This room is
also used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.
Fertl rs, Fertilizers!
Now is the t ne to send irn your ,ir- I
ders for Fertili r for
Sugar a and
Veg t les of'. t:ry ind.
See R. SHINE. Atge,'t.
January 22. 19147 48-tf
See John Lollins for .1 .- 'rmUinig.
T ge MAR9
vvw 9 w %"
J. H. HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering. Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. . .
Plumbing a SpaciaIty`
The Best Styles
Long Silk Gloveb, and Kid
Gloves, Dainty Collars
4 |CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Material
in Fancy Work.
my and Shetland
M MAd" GWaK,
IF YOU LIKE Canned Go
ods of the
e ROYAL SCARLET
the brand that will
has been made famnou
on land and sea as the
FINEST CANNED GOODS
IN THE WORLD.
Ivl'cry can is guaranteed as
Try them, you nraslbw intLlwkV
like them and want YS V
in ir of them.
A FULL LINN.
and see them.
FOR SALE BY
T.B. BYRD& CO.,
RELIANCE LIf- INSURANCE
Surplus to Policy
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONE STATES.
3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
hIf 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.
IT WILL TAKE BUT
to write for our literature, yet that minute may decide Your FIture.
SM W We make a SPECIALTY of thoroughly
Y i m IW ll lI Ilanl 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 GEM BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tallshasee. Fla.
AN AmOTir CT OF
MAMOND MCNGS, BROOCHU.
Just, ta Correct .Thig
P. T. NICHOLSON
CALL AT THE
Undertaker and Funeral Director,
61O. H. HOLM[S,
IRAWMUI -S W" m-
usm veom" u *ruMo.
I AW or ANOW.
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 v^M
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman
Car, Double Drawingroom 81eepers, Stateroom
Cars, operated between St. Au ine and J to
York, via Washington, leaving t. Augustine 12:10 p. nd
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily indudin Sunday.
Operating Daily Thrpugh Sleepers from Jacksonvill
to New Orleans. <
For full information and sleeper reservations eall on any
Seaboard Agent or write
A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, J3.
Asistant Gen. Passenger Agent. Pasger Af.
Save many a sick spell
fy giving the chill
.hoiuld keep nuppliod with Balwd's Hershemted If he
b&ih41" to save her cblldren froin sertoun sick pel. It eon*
tI alN abM)lukdly nothing InJurlous, does not oontlpste. Good
for ehild ren Ma well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should be beaked
A Household NeceUssity.
J. C. Smith, nmtiN.ou, Texas, prlit.s: "I have Mn4d
lallard' Horelicrnd M yrup hin my ft.nlly for the put
few yrosm. ati findit t far wupprior to alyl o ohlihr
medicine w have tried. Ev',ry household shoM d-
supplied with thin worthy rfinedy."
The Delight of Children.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
I am Permanently Located Huer
.I SOLICIT PIANO TUN- .
ING AND RPAING.
I Guarantee You Saisfacon.
Tb Whom It May Concern :
The bearer of this letter, Mr. Earl L. Roes,
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,
I' P. 'I'. N (I1 I(IOL.SON 'S.
CUtw COLEIHS COLDSWOPN
PRICE 25c, 50cmW aM$.0
AVOID ALL SUT1IVBIL
hilrd WuLnimwt m
Avoid alum and alum phos-
label law req
on the label
for the alum
Royal Baking Po
pure, cream of tart
and the best th
"T34Z TRUE DEMOCRAT.
ISUOO0. COLLIX2. Pubslisker.
Mr. John WP. lherilly sitif] WI ff* d
Ylikats, (;#4., we're'in rthe* cit V 'liiir.,
1Q. Ilaymcend Ci ywu1im 4ick ina.z hitridl
ho etoo of 'laI tllsa bom-n, 'f e*ri otit b4 w a sri
ep ttfrie'neim agaa ii i'jc da nd
hrot. J. WA. 'A'idt'rki n has ub4-0-11 eefiend I
OW tis week wittih l,4fitriaily sand T'l.c
DisrIet Atturne W 11. Sho-paceird, 'of
the U. S. Court, buts many f rituuids Ht
TOhallhuS.. with whom hoieej its p# s-
usq mu who are always pIetcit
well"MWhim to the Capital.
jowl 0 OwrlesSwayn. and the tiffi-
0 i ~r are gaining new per-
uIear1806idm qualo tenve'.tamong
ia th each official oir
;rwlan t Ade to the city.
4n ad 11re. Prank C. Groovor gave,
aSumel m111g1)ppoIinted little ti nner,
ov for Mrs.. Sion Bar-!
ts4M*~jat Mrs. Robert
5.eeGemIe, oP abae..,and
tW~t wa ch rmi young klrnmwoman,
We s L~ssi Mays, of Monticello.
h~ltH. uaro'wghiiwill ,entor.,
te~mst~'~"e omorow xftvrnocsn in
beaw of Mre. William S.14.*orciau');
U rSo A. 1). Chlttert'nl.n, 4)fTalist-
Mrs. Murroulthac lwnxays.
ok eengtanl loti'ri.' or rricviids4,
Lher parties are Illwaymvieljiv i-iE'd
Mr, Richurcl'on, it vo-r idd wI ..id '
('fonfeerete* e'tvcrsueaL, % hcsi lvt %el c!
In a roopri) iii the i*'- *,tvi'id -if Owth..i
hotel, wan lcitind d*ead % it 6mi aan n ahnir
l"~ him rsxm a sil Iit. Stitmai lita V ?Ipi'I"rt .
,)Jm egitnAwe'rs' jort-paii-ol hI iar Iirm~l
ftnmeralizo.!cilo yl'.th@'i Ilap''n. li,lvit
short Umts Ii.ffprt4 hk dtitle'I i IltionA l
M Cy(ra ~f orc v isi II e i -*i i o**I-e-*-'I wiiIt1
sautgav*%% hoin sci,i,.' :ram, d ift-
':'n nttver havinif the' I-asl iuult che' ~i-
aoii al "I'lhe' wanm u pi i ;i a.eil ii 1v licia,4
later lot 14a 11.hvaa %%tii41.1-4i
F". ()l.I.*,dl.-Fjr, I h ~u~I \ \
111oa't Put Off
someat slogsDaughters Hespitall,
Nuares' opera House.
41'catporaet until next Eridav E'.'.ninso
Election to w Monmey for the
PurpoaseofA Iiuastil and Refund.
*Purchase of Additional Are Lamps.
If youictI' satc.tc' iIit '
row tua gi't Ii-1.
Huy'acfaa t I II I IIra lila 1,'' I h' ill
l iver' I. w ili s' wa'ha i ''ii 'p.
11(111I4.;1 eP, 11.,111.1' a pa1p .,
i).aih of Mr,. Sri u-i
ithe 4el-a thaiI I' N aip I i.1I j -
eaf thea Miii 4.1- v 111V i t I c i
Ilti IIs c it o- I I i.*I I-
htuad 11au'ei at I 4 1'.1 \
ham 11111-4. Il l c'ISfi t!Ill n I
h'Aei'c' IlI ,i1 -n 1'a 1. P
culMM o 11 Ill- III i alt: 'I I, t. P -I
a alik el l l w q h i I a t h i a
sm m al if c i ilu i
00 11V tr'.%t5 ha'i 1 i ,1 1 .1,1114luftt ilt
k nl. t-a'n-s itilill that -I it ti ir
e wholv crmntatuiltjI u~II. s I 11 asItl
' '-- - a
: GONE--BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!
t, "1 I I c i1:1 T I \ l l \ \ i t ,i .. .. l ; -
I "1- ,' ,111 -oh I i ,, 1 .. ... ,." I' a
1%\ ,,',ui u *" \s '? ,r ll' ,t! a, , ,,u\ : nQ.'. t I t'i' lt t ... ';' ,r m ,-,
- I' I \.'a a \ a I II t I *i i: \ 'I i... i -;> l l ':! 'a
Ie ',,t *,v 'itt tbt' \l dat v *tri i t .'' ',t niici" Is^ aS
-r n -r n I_
powders. he Fka pd. and tf Mayor eA 14 e T
--- I;IAI B:\11FT: The Viltrsrh'n a'rvd on thetlOth day of Jamuamy. A. D. AI .
luires that all l. 4 r ci tree LI . ti folwn rinne o*t
0_ *._ -A Whirl. Atr, ordinance privkoinr for an Iwtin under
|un et0 AC 1. Witch Scene ( from Marbeth I ,, F lorida, authmrixin and approvig the bore-
2 Queen Titania and Court. :. Fairy r'wirir by Counell of the city of Tails.
farI e^. norida. or money for the ofre.
te velm 4i. FIrol ce the Elves. 5. ending thenotadery hW&*Xl ads4ose
1ts 11 na e dU Witch's Whirl ft. Daybreak. theHitingrtindebtednsorwfdidty,sandwofpIU-
chaplrig additional are laitup for lifhtingP tIe
CA ST.. *treetmcf said city. I
Whrea.ok out he outatand.ing cetetry e*rtftesad
Sook u t Wit'h Miss Sweeting ,fhaid city for the principal s um of four thousd
LQueen Titania G(ertrude Levy ,oiar1M.oool will mature on the loth day of
co _^u** 1 'Indian Boy Rena Wahnish rN b 'WI.Itp of th e of he bdd
OIr I Attendants to Queen Cobweb, Cyril of .aid city issued for the purpose of eatabliahing
Sco p ,His'coe; Moth, Percy Bis*oe; Peas BHo.- Ihe city electric light plant were insufficet for
Much purpose. and there is an outstanding ladebt-
Im, MarjUrite Biscoe. e.dnes of the said city for three thousand mlx
| |hndrwd and eighty-tfive dollars (11.e411] on much
Maids of Honor to Queen: account: and
lies inOn OoH t nt asi a Whereas. it is necemsary for said city to borrow
Virginia Ames, Jenette Levy. eleven thousand dollars S11,.000l for the purpose
dge ,An 1wi t of refunding the alove mentioned remeterycertift-
wdei, TVi is a (ourt Fria's: Itubv Mclin, Muriel rtatei, and for paying the saideklmtric light plant
R It. Adela HollowavilaJya CIrawford. Indebtednes aind other floastinsr indebtedniess of
rwfr I. ( sid city, and for purchainae sail ar-e lamps:
Ar a Elves: Treddy G(rman. Frank .' En- Therefore. be it ordained by the CIt, -ouncil ofa
G, said city of Tallahasusee:
gle. .Jolhn IL'Engl,. Jdohn (;amble, 1To)n- SH.-irma. 1. That a special election of the refis-
iat can be made. my L-iter, Henry Crawford, ;eorKe teredvotetrofth eity ofrTalahaee.re siding in
Pi'erce.. (;wVrnn ('rawfwrl. -.,ht.ity. andowning realtestatethereinand who
h~.e Piaul their taxes for the year last due there-
S,-uch Itwinio the ,iualifleations ireimribed by
.1,.'et.tn iliUW of the (;General StatuteI of the State
1. Reading ,f Flornltn for votrl' upon the euiirtkion of the
Mr. l IIt. 1. I w of rnmoney or (ontracctinir l atno by a city.
-,tl 1 h.elid 'n the. :ti Tueoilay in Febhruary next.
Murder of Two Good Mo 'iano Soll., Irnproii l lt *.. .\,00 2 .i Nho. ,in, ,. < .of authorizinga nl applrovinir the
Schubi ert w1o w,, ,,, iK l ,y tl.i (
II W W ,y, who uiit .leri.d Al rl rt t l I, i.' ., oi i ,..n thousand d.ollar.s eIl.1A O for
g, e ui l. lwhitel-, TiI I, 'i ( in.NrMs, p.,'ior <- if i-refuindin" l the > ir! comnetery cer-
W r'i.r, bilth Whit il, 1 'url l>tta!,. aon No- p ) (t tilitcae f,,r itle I,,ncaipal utrn if four thousand
Vernlii i h, wA < <'a, ciafielti(t ,l a rrit i r in I i( r" 1, KI 0 1. vit ;.vinr the -iid -i iin of three
tlhi p. c'.llc (lc'ire.-,, hl.t w <.- le' 'ir ,mi.aM, .cl H -a A c,,ot J. -1 .1 i, h.- ,lnrl l and u.;,hlv-v,. do:lJar.
tit .c'towl il' ro thi l we k,It T ry I l I 'lian .i, V ahdlti 1 ''.;- l i ir ilil on iCC tiint i>f the con-
atnd i :tri I
i w' w I I, ltl sorl it t arid( killc.tl IIfl (' T ;,lirn.r .:,l. c ; .r.l e of l ir ,lii"i lt O -;l i. l .ai- lampr ,
I .. ,cW'il ,tec, t;,t :1111 KII~iiI Jiflil ', I t c I ii |',lid,' i|.' i'. l ir i +, il | eii'pfrly oif
S M rt iarly ilf J"orl l 'l r',,r .M r. M c( irty M r I l.
, 4C M fti i, Ini aihsed d. \\I\ killuiti1 ,rnt aci. untlr W world i- M i. ne.r I oll ,i,, ,,,"t ',1 .4 1,i i ,' -,;ii. iatl ,it ;a Yateof t in-
w~;IH dli. a,,,r a t- ralitleir. IL 1 unfortu.- M i. s ,- -,',.', I L t ', ., *i| .i*p ,v.*rt '' r .t*i fllr. Mr"'-
ro.ile' that lth 's4' I- w o) ood r n should :' ,. ;,,.i..'N
ia.iv li y take.ii i.w aw act, th hands of ,,I ,,r a i,. l' .. t,.i, Irvldei l
h)it,' t. 'ni bi ath o, f w h orn r m 4 t have i \ I'. \ 1 \' I)I F ,'SS \V I ,1, ,,' ,, ',I,- .1.I I i" '1. wi l. C li u.nIPf.i. i.. i, uhi,'i a-
*ep, n Ie, mlorarily rraz/dI from drink or ., n oIf T -
o eti othl r (ca IHe., for It doe'M not seerTI A onI (' jy Ill | ( a li t' i .,,,., i t,, ,.. h af lat Ie'i l.t t >Ile, .t-k .. |r'i-
", ll. I -- I ,i f uo ii iq-ta ,u a rid aV ".. ii h a vu *
poiasile thai t ti-n who htd bh'ien raihed PI'a'.t ,r nV .k. Slrri' 1 \1r. r "a ."a'* \ I 'a i 1 at i,.'-I m rtfn f .....' .... "-l
i a te.v se '<'ni Io hlave been, would d haiv ,i,|, .'rt.' bieJen, <,',' ,' 2 M | '. ,b ri l' .' ,.-.1 i... n , 1..- )i
colinrittfd t i such terrible dIeedil iand tIeen A ;part ntr Tin 'l l i-t w ..fn 1' ;i < .1 l 11 1 i the mrn ne. i a i,.iUi,,, ii Iv law. cand th .',r-ilnai-
in their ,oundl ienii es. A Fort Pierce' '' o(f 1th1i-' i, n 4. r i the, inal)>)t.4 to \ lo iI.- i phll he
(crrem iilit eiay. of Mr. McCarty : I' f.l,,.
Ir lt .Y 1A .1, I ^^ '| t J\- 'I l'cI uarlt i Of (C ) llilitll. fr l I 'f ,' 'I r. ( *'erni'-
IBy the death of ( T. McC arty, the
town of Fort i'ierce and St L,ucie Mr. Edward Relits,,>>s .", 'fami'"." Y,..C
county Jloes one, if not the most, pro. Mr. Will (' iam,,ell ,... an. l-citnC.e a iinate ,. K.Ief.ar.i Pu,.ir ineme-
gresiive and substantial eitizena. He Mrs. I'lwardi. Roberts (Agnes) Art, Iams.." No.
was identified with and often the lead- Mrs Willis Cambell (Anyt I Any electar within to vot., it, fa 0., of such
ing spirit in any movement for progress ilella; (The Inspired Maid). I Ian, will mark on hi illot with a ewn and ink.
Rea (The Ihe-ed Mad) -r ipncil, rior mark IX1. iXI.wen. the word
and the betterment of the East Coast "- lamp"i and the word -e, :" aind any elector
Section. Mr McCarty was a lawyerof a5r"4 of Coatrol eetling. wiilhin ito vote' ablaianst rnich l.amin will mark on hin
remarkable ability, one of the leading rhllot wi;.h ten or ink. ior ien-al, at "roisi mark (XlI
real estatedealerrof thnseltion, Pres-i he Hoard of control l were in reKular i itweei. the word "lasmiM and lh< n oal 'No."
real estate dealers of t hi. ution, Preui. session in this city last Saturday, with .Se'ti-i 4. That iIrow> a'ta.n shall h take by
dent of the I-oal ioard of Trade, Pres- a full membership present, the business tlw City Council and other.ffiteerA. for the holding,
ident of the Florida aand returnn if umh lectin i. accord.-
id.nt, of.the Florida State Horticultural before it being mostly routine work, the .nb, t'n 4sw. and the onlinainet of rei~ city:
Society, and a leading member of every matter of the report of the board to the No. h.refore,.. . c. Gimonwre. may.r of .aid
loo'al organization that had for its object legislature bein discussed and arranLed ily. dic itv, thi,. my t .iNw-lamatin.. anti hereby
di'ea' nop i 'e that lial'etla t to) Kaiki dianaice, an
the improvement of existing condition, for. Hd for ti $10,4M) buikllng tr I,.e nonw,1t t.h h.el'n nt th toh day F'ebru ary
a working member of several nee(ret or- the (arnegi' library at the colored noer- A 1 ti7. a. th. .l,,nan,.,il he a olr- in heb city hall
derl, an a man loved faor his virtues r al were pen.ntled and idtr.I h i l' i l ""t '"'aclik i in. until a ndouwn.
and reopvetted for hix- honor h-H deal- ra w "p1 a < con lltl, t IH } trh0 sh ,,.. ,Iof h ii e r -naifien'llr, oif aid onrti.
iant r c't.' for hi hin ,l II lowest he'ini from a .J cksonvill.- rrtint n... .i ,,r it. i,u ,, i.. .... -,..i o ,nna,.... tai -
Jf*S* ''h.. 1 1The conlr'ct w ill I 'o let w within I t.e w .' t ', I..c-- -ii.. *-.. islai'. c'ionc
lie wa~ known far ma- d wide l- tl the. days f,,r the building 'l. The. plans for ,., .,,. I.. .,,i n I,, ,-,, ...... in mtli
largest pin'.apple. glrowe.r i the world. the. t ield ng wweret rnfle i.t -t lent l ,f .'. ,iii ,i ..t ini,.i .. .., n
hi inte're t jI use p .t.r.l. ltI ). s \ )14 ('ohfa th e colored normal, ;irandc v i c'tf,.n -i-p. st,,' .. I',,,,li. h,,- L- ,, ., .... I).
nect'ion w ith s',ver l I, ilt rtpalll '.s h. ,ier ',a i ithei, t' t''e'da 1,01 '.7. I-. -- ;,1 i *, ;JI. rl tin
eing no o n "alrall H ,f -, .11, 1 .,a., ..I *, I.. 'it
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lt o u.-' ise it hurMll i Nl y i, I- -,,I ,r.i1, th '- < 'hri.'at ai hiol .i \ r* :ls ,e .si p i ,
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to al t .ii, tha, tai t. t si, tI tir is- h ti ll'alt m l. P.I I f Ni i' 'c. .\ l ..cl ,it'. r.>lu ,, 'l hes
tea l i.t,. i ,nti .a" l I t |'ui. ,Ia l .> 1 1 I t.i* ,sa*'l'' il **c aw" i,'t nL+- la^ sil' l rt'tt c l r.,ci a,i|one
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fir lita t ,' a- *i 'oivilIt b lii~r1 i ., I, i nit-, \k ,tdil .1. I ll tt -.t r' f'.iI r. 'i -.-, than I
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InM r. rII aaurii t el pl impl ..y kin'
bone pa eatrrtrvL. sti akin
= fa t Dom (a B.)
blood is made p r ap to 4he11tby x-.
tea Pobitor or* bte.om nanpt ettlh4r Febywt-
Blold Balm Co. AtlasL. Ga. B. B. B. Is ,-pe-
cidally advled foer honlle. deewpsated easm. as it
eum os aer all falhs. ,ol yr
In the Circuit Court of llorida, 2nd
Circuit Leon County-In Chancery.
Cye nimmons. Complainant, vs JuUsM Sinm-
mona, Indast--Bill for Divorce.
It havia been made to appea' by thbe aflkldavit
denceofthe defendant Julius Sitlmn I s is -
known, and that there is no person In the State of
Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom
would bind the maid defendant, and that the said
defendant is over tOw are of twenty-one;
It in therefore ordered that the said defendant.
Julius Simmons. be and he hereby in required to
appear to the said bill of complaint on Monday.
the fourth day of March. 11107. and that this order
be published once a week for eight consecutive
week,. In the True Democrat, a newspaper pub.
lished In the city of Tallahassee, and in said county
Witness. Henrv T. Felkel, Clerk of said Court
and the seal ther-,i-f thin 2'th day of Dk.eember, A.
[aFRA.L HEaVY T. FrKI.KEI..
Clerk of Circuit Court
A t ri ,-i..p .A ltlia(:
HENRY T. FI:.KizI.
-st C('lerk of Circuit Court.
Notice of Liquidation.
N.la i'e as here'tiy Oiven that stockholders owning
mo- i' than two- hilrdl of the stock of the Mercan-
tile.' ; E'chanre Bank have votol that th' said Mer-
auntit, El:xt-hanwi' Bank tro into licluidntiion and he
cl,.-o,-l. rThe '-retlt't rm ,cf the said Mecrantile Ex-
chanvr- Ihank are' hert-y notified that the said
bank i- 'climlnir up it ataftir.< ind the .vare required
to ,rew'nt their llaini-s auraint.t the Mervanrtile Ex-
i'htile H lank for I(y)symel'it.
Hyv order cf the lloanir nf lDirltors,
',aol ,rntai-St. ieNl I F COACHMAN,
P ti'- iilent
A/ l t i, t
Aur'e i Fll I I':itai S.(t ir t ry. -t
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
I hereby notify the Tax Payer's of
Leon county that I will be at the fol-
lowing places on the day mentioned be-
lo:w, for the purpose of receiving re-
turns of their property for taxation for
the year 1907:
J. A. Ar.ders', Monday Morning, Feb-
lamonia, Monday afternoon, Febru- '
Manning's Store, Tuesday morning.
Miccosukie, Tuesday afternoon, Feb-
Black Crek. Wednesday morning,
February l~ h.
Chaires, ay afternoon. Feb-
Woodvile, Thursday morning, Feb-
Bradfordville, Friday morning, Feb-
Anon Church, Thursday morning,
Hugh Black's Monday morning. Feb-
)ck locknee. Tuesday February 26th.
W&ILLIAM 0 AMEs.
Tiax As8essur, Leon County.
Fr'ni~e langnage, thufht at rc-aidence.
Latest improved method. ('onversa-
tional, C;'atmmarival, b.y 'experienced
I'at'si'i a ticat'h, r. M ,.+';it te t rms.
l MiaM Ow I i.a.Ntl O(W.N
it-if It.onl Hotel.
i i m ci I ttagl itn (Cliltita .Street.
All modern conv4iin'es. Apply to
lMi- .1 C M,'rinrms-. 16i-4 t
Pecan T *ees For Sale.
"l l ;id *cr ;. ..',v llina.. ',ct h P f
T 1.0l ***,' I tn tT l)ef.
f !* 'i T'hr Tru* l) orr it.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF TALLAHASSEE
~STATE. ~Ik 1.233
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 help you to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can deposit half dollar or smaller coina. It is of a shie convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies and ba. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an aWeount with everybody in this vicialty.
We furnish one of the bank free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
operr as 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 b- surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depouiting In a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money 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 8 per cent Interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first day of April and October. *
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 813 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.
10c per day for 5 years..
20c per day for 6 years-
25; per day for 6 years-
30c per day for 6 years. -
50c per day for 6 years. -
100c per day for 5 years.. -
.......... ..156.50 -
.. ... 318.00.
... .. 391.26.
.. . . 782.50..
..... .... 1.565.00. .-
. ... 27.85 ..
.. .. 5b6.70...
.. ....... 111.40. .
... ...... $167.64
-. ...... 502.92
.... ... 838.20
PA1I no apld h )
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20.Ix>0.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.
STATE SAVNIGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
W C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.
G. E. LEWIS, Vice-Preient.
B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS. Mrs. C. A. Bryan. "A Mother of Israel." the scene of Sister Bryan's ascension. Death of Mr. A. Wilson Hall. Ne
In oldendavs, the mother of the King, and lead in the cry of old, "Let mle" die After an illness of several weeks, on I'Th, Chief ol
Dr. G. W. Lamar came over from was called "The Queen-Mother," andthe death of the righteous. and let mny last Sunday afternoon, at his home in his annual rep
uincy and spent Wednesday at the, was honored above the Queen, herself last end be like hers!" Tallahassee Mr. A. Wilson Hallpassed has recomme
was honored above the Queen, herselfTallahasee, Mr. A. Wil Hallpassed ree
Capital. Solomon, in his Proverbs, pictures l^ er Pastor away from this life Present Hook
Hons. W. H. Milton and C. I.. Wil- I the virtuous woman, who is indeed, the T A :. FI.A., Feb 7, 1907. Mr. Hall was born in Liberty county, Combination T
son, of Marianna, were on legal busi- mother of Kings and Queens. Ga.. December 9. 1879; he was a son apparatus to
mess at the Capital Tuesday. He dwells upon her industry, and pic- of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Hall and a neph- ders and other
Bring your baby to the Capital City tures her in woman's highest sphere For your headache, backache. rheu- t.w of Mr. J D. Cay, Mr. Charles A. ted with twoc
- Art Gallery and get one dozen fine Cab- and most blessed work Home Building. I matism try an osteopathic treatment., and of Col. Raymond Cay of Jackson- allon capaci
het Photogrrphs, oi* one dollar. Her economy, secures, furnishes, 1 208 No., N. Monroe street. Phone No. ville. He was married two years ago fruck will be a
Thirty days only. 50 adorns and perpetuates the house and 162. Lady always in attendance. A to Miss EmmarWootenof Wacissa, who, department,
Messrs. W. B. Davis, of Perry, was makes impressions upon her children's Now is the time to have r P with one child, survive him. Mr. Hall time-savr in
nong the Floridians who registered at children that tells of the good of corn- made. Fine Satin Finish ab ets, was a young man of fine character and andreduci
te Leon hotel Tuesday. munity and State. only one dollarper dosen. C i City marked businae ability. Up to the which are of
SThis economy is unmixed with close.- Art Gallery. Thirty days only 50 time of his death he was manager of residencew, a
Mr. E. L. Burdine after spending a ness ample provision for her family, I Miss Pearl McCord of Ta lahassee the naval stores businema of Mr. Charles 1 the kitehen
bw days at Tallahassee returned is followed by a largehearted enerott paed through here yesterday on her Cay and Col. Raymond Cay at Pinhook. battle of the
csonville the first of the week. and charity that quenches thirst and way to Whigham where she will visit He was popular with all who knew him s
Mrs. Dr. Snipes was in from Chaires feeds the hungry while the "naked" relativ'esfor a week or ten days.-----and his death is greatly regretted by -
astion Tuesday and made the True are clothed with garments wrought by Miss Maud Seymour gladdened her all and the deepest sympathy is ex ten- There is not
limocrat a pleasant visit. her industrious hands. friends yesterday when she greeted dld to his bereved e and there is m
e Cabinet photographs for only The larger charity of mithi for friends yesterday when e eeted dedThe funeralwased fromthePresby- theadminist
on dollar per dozen arCapital City Art her from 'alaasse for a day and nght terian church at 3:0 o'clock Monday leon B. Browa
Gdlery for 30 day 50 in the most blessed expressions. and will return today. BainbribgeTrib- afternoon. The pallbearers were Messrs one of the me
Ions. W. A Blount and John Beard, Heor adesiIhtI. prepares ;n Wummer une. Wallace Quarterman, James Messer, mous the Stat
of Pensacola, were among their hosts for snow and is armed to meet winter's lwis M P.. fact that we
of Tallahassee friends Tuesday and chill and want. cabinet P toi lr s Houston, E.P Erwin, Fred HIlardee inflicting such
Wednesday. Strong, wise, comprehensive. in cal- 'a ,it ('I f(.t ,all ne. Thirtl, KE. Glover Johnson. of Florida mal
edneuits of hnfrom fifteen ar culation and judgment This "perfect dlar capital itt ll
up ordered though Burns & (o. will be ration but a refuge, a blessing, a shel- Mr H. .1 Dran., of Lakeland. the .,..i I of .. ,i.ular '-We have d
ready in two weeks and satisfaction ter and strong tower, for those whom State Insurance Agent, and a well ..4..f i at it no to have dw
arante. 50 God hagin her, and a source of in- known and popular Floridian, who ha" sit. *n tr a sitt 'l t Tuers l, with tuch de.o
S Hon. T. L. (Clarke, Messrs Ami Ed- caulii.le .'fit to theE cmun. ,it i promoted himself from a country week- ,nht. I t te i suh mtt erk a such knowledge
wrtl.s T. T. Turnbull, J. N. Johnson, large. ly news.ar man to that of a banker Wi ght life it and here's after We hv he
.l., W. ('. Smith, and other citizens of ..',,. ,ri.ce i. above ir, .nd .cap>tC.li.st, we- are informed, ws a i ltl. hwleh o mating nat Elk 's Ht all, but we to,
Mnt'elland .Jeffersoncouni y attend v er welcomevi.itor mong his ol h bn to tt w
Sthl .session of the Ulnited States such a ls has comern t l, l s. tim llTallaha'se' friends Tiue.sday. .For ftt h fool I
(cui t in T'rallahasste this week. Sister (. A. Bryan wt tc'h ta vwonl a numll a ,u r oif a' andl up to the two llowig i a list of the Hardof Di-
and her departure for her heoni in lleav- Ilast i.,i. ; t,. f w i.,ilutur,,e' h. al r, rtor and tho Sttandingr ( o rmitte,s.
A rfectl.fittedand stylishrrment en, February fifth, has lft poorer. wa t i were chosen it the last meig Notice t Ta
Vadertisonientforiten e b ffh.'. "nsole grl 'I attitt'hees position. ltu of' I,.re'ht.' t Mh las mti.r
it best adert.nt for the manu- while Heaven is made ,ih "Know a'i he min ade ntfriends amng th. I- I.rdf l irect.ltoru W M. McIntosh. Y'our altoenti
tf;.turr and ,is arint. therefore Burns ye not that 'A Mother in I r,.i-l' has ub nnu .J.. S. I). ('hittetn ,h,, .lulhn s Hir,- s't.,tio :,a, ,
& canaf; af ) make you no other. gone from our midst? w, .-,,n,,, ,.,,,n, ,f Tallah7ss.ee. h,.rn. r, ,. A turch, (;,.o,,r E. l..ws. reltiv..to l.x
(ve' th m a l l i G Nevertheless. God w , o W ,. 1,i..,.l h. ,lt tirt p t int the. le r..I. ', Mt. Iivolv -roeai a thit I
Mr ;an1 Mr- l bewrt Gamble come lFo-r eighty years shf' I.s the tl'e Sta, i.'- In, r. i. ,r iV (;\ ',rn I r',nilorl tion I. 1 'hithtln. /lne l1 ,,t ,..
it frmrn .Jacksonville Tuesdaya and are influence of er pre, .lennin.tl, i ,ii ,'-e l...-w I .. M. oI .i l..\ 1. M ou M li, i ',
m 'i-ts of the Gtri'c tins at their' comfort hondl to ri 'w oldI age t "'r i, ,I ,r s .> l rv. '.\ .r>n I. ,vv. \s'. ,,.i ,,
thl' win'i'er h e t 'ii in north-Leioi county. and thi' conm unity. Th l' o r' J '.1 i, &C o ,. id,' l n.'b c v r;. ,,n I. Hi- ']. i, ri. t1 r,'* ,,-"' i. Il
.,,r' : f<'.!r -'.t th ,la ." ('.pital City For ixty-tw, o tears .- ..,ik.l m> it I ,, t C, ii in*, n hi h ,' n. (' < il r.,,,. 1,I it ,. ,
.\r' ,;,! .' fin. tin Fin.li with he-r S vior and in ,.ll,. -, .. vwith &i*<'*',," fl'r h .. Ea, & W l ,. ,.|,,,n .I. i |-1. ,, n, I' I ,,, ,,
',e,,, r.',h ir n d ,llar | '. r clcz''n th, p. l.,,elh called M .'t' ,l -1. \Y ,ll *- th \l,,.U ,h,. 1.. (' V ..,, ,r. ,, -,.. ,.
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w City Truci.
f the Fire Department, ii.
ort to the City Council,
ended the replacing of the
and Ladder Truck with a
Truck. The new piece of
carry the necessary lad
r implements, and be It-
hemical tanks, each of 49
ity. The combination
a valuable addition o te
and will prove a Pest'
rather damage lt aI s
, ain .
4 t TV". ,
thing like a rettio
now every ndiwa t
ition of the Ho. N
ard Wilt M-wbeMb
ost putrid and p"sIl'lMr-
e has ever knowa, AW
were Instrumental In tbo
a curse upon the people
kes it none the less "-i-J
have seen the error o'aur
one those things weought
one," but never before
p-swated regret have we
.such a sin as this,
re 'd the Lord to forgive
we'll know that the Al-
have no patience with
acks s)rville Floridian.
C Payers, Leen Couaty.
eon is called to page 80m,
f the general l Statutes.
'ttion and Finance, which
'itwen .January lost and
1-'h yetir. i- the time for
.,, h nnd in to the Tax
C T\ I-' ,trn for the cur-
'Vi r'f turnimh you
.11 1,1''1hi- | i),1r p e, on
,'C' ',,l i hci'.', holi, 'ht cor
" ,', r1 t C l-rel tion c ft
1 -7m'' t1 I I It "hll Iho too
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tl ln i, '', i" '1 c ii' l i' ) edl \ ,. '- -. I i,0C \ \ C 'C C I. C I , ,C ', C ' '
hi lit f. ", ) I i t, av,'A ;o'i. h 'i d ieil ,, C '., e', '. 1 C I- t,,
pirnlij.. -lnit Hif- re.'mni in, v e- pre- I I Ar'. C C 'C .! i .ti
ared 'ndertaktr I'r .;<>,,,,u- anid .\' C' \,.;,', 4 : ,. M. .l . I' "
hppl,'e :" l.iv,' (aik for buuri|i lh'Tu '. I .V1 *' .t ". Sul. I 7' -...*
Tha' N.ue-te'-en Thou.-an-l-i)o| la rA- k ii al i f
lJegai '.pe se item in the Ever- I ik ti. u. ,1 his .' th
t a:rnage prepsMition is i.uder e ~ch'. taiedy uln the. t.,i. -: ,n
itll the. muck they have thus far death, tn. hymn m y ,i/ ..i .. -. ,"-
out if the good Lord will only t oni. smCui'nfully, wee't '
ui for the "thing" we sup.- Jesus can make a dyiig I.wot
lat time for Governor of Flor- Feel PAft s, downy pillow- ar,,
we will do our beat tomakensends Whilre ,on HiM breast 1 lean nui -aI
in newt campaign. We shall not he And hirethre my life out sweetlyy
th a handeappe.d again, and we expect' trn-re.'
t. hu~ar o'uir fu. -Jacksonville Florid. With the Iovpd ones and friends left
i1I. betind. I would look once mere upon
i '\ ,1 i t '. ,r C t ,. 'I ,'1 e ,,C W
nr IC t .C 't' C.. .. i' 'iCi'' r .v i Tn I F ]
tie' ititi ',o CnI1 0 i*t, A' t a' ut ild the
.* I'ro.'k, C' -i C '. ." e t fi rw t,n'r to- rn ,
f'' I to ci-k ,'f T"1 I I wiH Ife ;1 ch.arve-
,,f 2;.i 'f.4t4- to \ 't ....-- thl. amnie. rThe
furil .i,.-rr c. 1 Mi :. I t,- u'-<, ie I,'-fral yint.
atnl.trae" ',,, .'', ,';xi 'l w s. Tho e iii
charge hop. te n:,' tf-re will be a large
att-endance. tA ,tn.-- think game. and
that the. ft '-id ,'f the two teams will
do everylthin- I *. 1 po w
%Ison will lbe a, ---' I on the camplu
Always th r~e-t complete
beautiful W At- I-' F4,0. P. T
imn. the Jcv',,r.
'c'' and N.~;~ e 'iviCii. N-l~'Ce'i?. a nii~
KATES: $1 PER DAY, $5 PEgt WEEK.
Meals, 25 Cent.
SPECIAL RATLS TO MONTHLY BOARDERS. ,I
RULES AT HOTEL BREEZE.
Eat plenty' and s!4IE ? *unI'.
Pay your bills and take in het Iwn.
tPektt egSe afr)
I - I -
LoF leB .P u-c gv v
* .' Au P
khe Weam*' IMIaemb I*.. mAs .
The cornerstone of the WMal ti oa
amosiumt was laid, on Itse Am sito
gVy ]FRIDAY MORNING.
It is a serious mistake
SSnegleet a weak heart. It
such a short mt(p to
e heart disease.
you .notice irregu-
w of atioll, 'CPaasio-f
tort 0 breath, palpita-
fluttering, pain in
or difficulty hi lying
l eft side, your heart
1 ic. There is no bet-
y than Dr. Miles'
Cure. Its strength-
influence is felt al-
4 OrLe 3lSon truthfully aly It
*l n good thaan firathl n
""n"d l tlhve thri.
at I know of. The
U r hn nyc al d It f
to rNAme anIvln to, but it
We ntteaken any for a year
SO the old trouble byIt
Ff niI mr aO ntlnee that
lone' if I Phiulm id
I now what to" d ?K
Ut lt rw orTW149 before.
in fmetivally cured of
1NAM, LIvingaton, Texas.
Dr. MIl' Heart Cure Is sold by
who will gUrantee ;hat
Shl i4r#n5r wlm benefit. If it falls
w UWill Muca your money.
' Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind
which overlooks Washington. George-
town, Arlligton and Momut Verno, by
Preside'rt Polk. July 4. 1M48. Its mar-
ble shaft ries. In all the dignity of un-
adorned simplhlty, to the bheIglt of 50
feet. The Imw' of the shaft Is fifty-five
feet square. and It gradually tapers.
until at the rou faoot point it has di-
minilabedl to Ila u linn thlrty-.fve feet.
This monument I (l||Il to contain 18.000
block of tmrll, euPach two feet thick.
They were lifted on an elevator run by
steirm. u.su..anilex| In an Inner frame-
work of Ironi which was built up at
ilnt-rvals. thirty or forty feet at a time.
In advuane or tts eurrounting masonry.
'The alunslailum rcaptone, nine Inches
hiKht. waMs st In Ksiltlon IDec. t, 1M4,
thirty-nix yearn amid a half after the
cornerstonee wv II10a1.
A derrick i- at is ai('eiit inechantral
nppnratux for lirtug heavy wetKhts,
1111 It g U't. ilt n.l in from an KUgllhl|
limriuitIidi ; l -al ue.rlek. whlo flourlih-
ii 1Iany ag'.-4 I.ge, T'hi n.oeioe of that
tile thoilght Ih1 t th l' i* de.'ivi tled only
In thie haullliiiii'AS ltale. rpinulled the
mintre ('oillnoi l,,.. Il'l.ta ilni which now
Isies r his snii.eiriai Mo niwhant similar-
ly, thie term riuittlian t- Ielleved by
immIy to linvty oin froni s Moroeco,
where' thelI lillsnjiltintN of the< Ii#ff roun-
try werl'e iiil ui' pinia tts ianid altogetherlir
ipero~roi of etvil I -lhr.a'tir
rlne., .ll'm I lo..t.
"W'. DiII .n t .1 p~'liiIiitl'3," otmerv-
P,' ;I M '(ol|'||l||,.J;| ,i14-. Io ydrir'y ,Sl ltlh,
"ai nnaichl 14 Ia 'r i litilihborh 'Yom i iil-t
til, nv N voII |l. ,t e'n <- I i' havel n
*Oil. I.' :all mai,.,aa s.i" l S Myal i'y
Si1lilh, "' ioal :Iare 111 iIiimna*ra.1 4 'y fiii.iny
I>,jI,. I it .\ % 'oi .1 i i li t HIM opq 'rinIi g
illr1>0l I f t1 i I fllit ,o11 I klnoW 1no In-
tNI rIialsm ist I 4 iff l 11,11 for lie pIlirpoIh
n-4 the' av rk(< ', '"
l 'rirt l ; I ,I f I ial i('|, IpIill li ghIfuroll-
to rillNse li 'ar aeil aiiii to toel' Illghelt
eave se Bart sod amI lteaves (tllillle"' i tih. la Itr.h, iske.l him If lie
The difference l twe
e it l words. hut In trotintill ald ttrolthlrN In N. Nil'AI ark. Isnt Iimnrlot
pu mood It may eveui p 1, rtib hIe tp|ell pulvly fr,.v i wAli(.lh of ielI It liae.
aippeWetwded by the lghit of fli* -ilrit. i weplidel." *'Thle V itly nblt obtaincrsl
S Ive lu enveis baa I'rellyed till that the' iaiporitne'rlt.
Atllly love aspires to, and fiom utht -.-l
I tnI profr~ess Sniu., inev.r to o'e'..e. Ieparlee.
ciy to lW n whih It ylurIteil In tlie I'pou Il'e'-nol> telling Itihbelleu that
S bd has becoune the' grrouad 4,u whirlih Ie hlad seen. thel portrait of his ernl-
SuWda here, hut now uanothic* i ky is liene at thli palaoe, the ,urdinal sneer-
*e ft. We forest hrInver aUr re Ingly Nasked(, "Ilid you ask it for a sub-
nad peuce, rtt fulftlgllu of tlie Irilptlion for mome poor friend of
rt' desire., the Immortal pretence yours?"
with us of bleaty and happlanes But "No. Thie pit'tra-e wan too mueb like
as to not so poorly cos tent. We you"
lP9 il blad as one earth the olstietae'les
the* body, sad In heaven we labIor DldU't -s It.
f t bweed, raiment ail shelter; "There was n queer thing arilout that
$/Wats are s"t parted by pape aind reformer's 1s '1erh thle other e.venlng."
S ibeO we deeglve Iot, strive not one 'I thought it was a pretty good talk."
A IA the ed e tr, eucheme not to outlto "'t was. rliglnl I,.,. lie ,lidln't
@i fe tihr o ia of our own m none once say *'When' thep iM'Pile rle' rl their
ad maeM. Yet In heaven are labIr. might.' 'hhtleao Ie,.,rd II.rni.l
a MMlattlt, selAitolt love'n holy fenr -l
le i hmallity deeper than bell IN deep Hi* m Hv? 411 i s IS.I s.
biew thet heavens. Tears we have There's money ii stocks,." said thi
aig a wl I We of that want whih i4ly ma~rwh i'd h young aiaouled fritleml.
Ohe divi fllnessle can llu.plly.--.hialna Im sre there Is. I hnv Ie nw putting
Mawtbrne In (try. balf my salary there. for thep last four
,The' si N ees. years, and It's all there yet."
Of a herory a nnaturnlilt aiisy:I "Ii Is re i l..o.
not, to plt It il(lly., a vmo y 'iois'e. "I)o yon thiok Mi WaNsileigh is en.
On the Islallnd I!t q
The nAl is a roughly lpt together pint- -bllwauke Re.ntlnol
form of aflstcks andl sl- not tirike onel
as beIng at all a nafe. irpirsery. lnby Subscribe to The True Democrat.
Sherons are,. it emposilel,'. ieller thain thi,
ordllaury run of tneptlioag', thelr p|l,.lwur
a sm uing rentder-el neiut >grl(teiqluet litv
patches of loila hinrlike fe.ather-. (aurtld.
ded over the, l .sy. I took
at birar Whill' landlhing lhi11n :! whole
frog, fully liw itichesh In Iri'iratl. dirojp
W ld nut of hlil, nuld. jueitigh frims tle P Ehe
.ltatensiou ofA -li ''tMrporetiaon.' tlhre'
meant ive v h.., se'i0raversti ors0 lshnie
him! I tried tio return the tfruir to) hbnt
and mIist fUolitiualg we'ref tli' ntetOmlits
he mailed' to wllow It. lutl I Ilarkil the l
skill of hIls parents neadl t ithe Pool was
obligld toI ill Iut s tie% frog and force t t
pieertnr'lr Into hfi mrutIle'
uats es Morea.
The travelinglut hat of tie ionkert In in
Korea is a larlap, umhbrella-like friune- .
work of cane. n foot anael n liHt In eill
i moiter at tim brim anfl vmiing to a
sharp point at the tol,. The whole lai
0ovred with smooth rush Nutting.
S ea t the brImn lato a bhexagoe by a
m edgiaN of wilte cotton and Afit-
S b" Nu am y of te be m NEED
E doinar M &Nosptaf hf band. oad thEir
l art os m era rtutee-** witp W
Seaost 1116hete el VINOL
S o e t We Because it contains the ery
I -m i elements needed to rebuild
L^H iP i! nii^ wasting timsues ad replace
GI aaps m n owdbl ase with trs
Which are You Paying For?
The Big Load or the Little Load.
If you have an ordinary heater you are buying the big load of +t coal
where the small load would be sufficient fuel to produce the same
amount of heat in the
The celebrated Hot Blast Down-Draft in the Wilson produces perfect
combustion and the burnable fumes which escape in other heaters are
consumed in the Wilson, so that every shovelful of coal in
the Wilson Heater will produce 4o per cent more heat than
the same amount of coal in other heaters.
No one likes to waste money-why throw away 4o per
cent on every dollar you spend for fuel,
;. t .. .. h...,t.L ire ui 1oe to ?-); NiVrtblfilt, ever offered. )Our stocK of Fine
Sbouvt.rar m.,(....waute.i something handsome. (tve us a call and see what we have to offer.
GILMORLE & DAVIS CO., (Inc.)
Jeff. D. Ferrell,
WHEEL HHI 6T and LACKSMITI.
.. General Repair Shop.
! Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience .
A portion of the public
patroname Is solicited
and satisfaction uaaran.
Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing., it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
(an be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.
SAL.I 8 AGENT.
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.
1TH CIHRDIEN FAVORITE TI.M
T71 06l" e pse 90Se eIS ev
tallard-Smow Uilient Co.
OT. LeVOU. Oe.
M)R SALE BY HARDr-MWITH CO.,
BRICK BRICKiI BRCIKUII
$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot
$&.D0 delivered In city
lt.MORB & DAVIS CO.,
Confectioner & Crooer
'M OMOICEVY A n PRIIGMSt GOOD
AT THN LOWeU UV
*Ob We S*
CUld Brs. Balding and Lnmbr C.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
PIRM "d 6 ssiietdum fos bimed. AN tdM ftbaO SOMW WA
MA "eumstew aeiloag to as I atqft Impw~im wohods
INS W'k-MsavftftesrM of alUkin"d9a o M sd beameba
modem awrra" ,balse, pwaorho=% Wmma, b% Us, hoft
laff pWbnmemasmaWbe sj "rad *@WU sek ag *mywoolp
Om. skk. Ume a cmAeme& ow sal
MS orders WIN m mpt I
be am h dao=bk evrmy parlmu i.
~Sa, a NM*ma Lumber Twrim1
atteIm .W9 @we"*stm was
seabeaui Air ldstm oan*MI d
Old Kemoer Livery Stables.
C. H. SHOEMAKER, Prepr.
I Tnder New Management.
EVERY THING ON WHERIS 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
GOOD PROMPT, BPFICIENT 8XRVICL ,
OEPN ALL HOURS.. TMUrWh E NO. 9h
50 1< c) '. rt V)tSr 1 il.t by buvm i
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair ywr B -ts a md Sheem. Vlust Cl We&. 3. fte-st
Abs we lavebI 1l --W wi* e th sWA mhdmm *a
NEW YORK CIT.ANING AND PMBING P
* 't~* *>
-34.S low b .stab-
'bi. s 0 0 0
,oall is deiv-
is I d viM be started
i"s meoB. Tisb vi gaive*
two sa*$ mt as. An old
q eld" ago: JusU
iu M --m .0S- pang to have
now. It uipe keep on
ikle~ wil ta mg o gaffMst
m ere a my were oouc
IsW. Law sad family, of Chi-
a s x wees sojourn wita Dr.
a tve reiM'nd t o their
S4vik Winthrop, of Tallahassee,
*, 1qW 4iy nunlhg Here a M guet
; r. W. M. f Amman.
great anutaw -6 Mgroee have
Hroe tam vtcimty "Quimney and
where waes *e higher,
aimy tnuee at ihom who hnve
to carry oh tbei heads and
red that wad' means are
to break up etain racial
Uon atasUlaew a enae to
laqty. aecstilve v tso are re-
eoav are b ude ior.
aIIe are AI advanced
Shab aE* arly
W" a a
-* of the
I J. B. McLeods
a Mr. Berney of
O eO w Md was tound
Ft ab d mere than
eiee at its base.
this oud is at it
POWASo owresmpeiMnh to
t ts 1& one to
he uw m~ e ler* be-
is= were. There i an ef-
pde to make a orougih
of the Interior of i
e li S l lAMI
Bluff, Mo.. taAr-
ve Ia Ume qucke s urest
bes salve ever applied to'a ore,
.wound, or to a cae
I' it and know what I'jam;
a GuOsmateed by prFggs. -
ia, Feb. 4-K l
of, mvius. is via 'B
bly return to T06s aW tasis
S owel, of WakuUl em*a. has
0. W. Brown hnose and land
ai miimWma am as Unovas
ma Un same oft me community
lr t aAs to Mim jrown
Ila aee1* whtse m e Igtir. ,
maUy Aed airpsmc-
atn nuref-on a erday,
Sand preached a very
Si a Sar-s Med con-
Jtd bU arpn t-
I W. J. Dkey, whose
amn WeO eas oil-to
S Jea y Brown, colored,
It la"" wOW". Thee oenUe
v..esa M. w. F. Atom-
ramve begm to bam oll
,pgrouse saOWsew qarn
rna tm. to ;
I... .,. "
*~G R. G RRRRLL
(uccessor to A. T. Ro..)
oaty "II1 Kinds of Fresh M
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when
Meats from my Stall.
C. E. SAULS,
P. 0. BOX 210,
J. M. AULS.
General Builders and Contrac
Repair Work and Painting
WE WANT YOU TO
LIST YOUR PROP-
ERTY WITH US. .
Office in Marine Bank B lMbin,
103 S. Monroe St. Tallai se. PFlorldd.
Buildings a Specialty.
Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
New Constantine Hotel,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
GENERALLY REPAIRED I
NEW HOTEL FURNITURE!
The Very Best Servce at a
PRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and'Prop.
.. SAVE MONEY.
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
have some special values in Mattings,
Rugs and Iron Beds.
New Furniture for Old.
a trial and be convinced.
TAUAIIAMSE fIRNITUR STORE
J, . THEUS, Propr.
s what e. I a
good gooiee. WsetoW
tor $9aWe. JwI f gr I*i
fee we -
aelve, and s eaa stead
J. W. COLUMN%
L. c. YA tE S
Stoves, Tinware, Waguons
u..iudrs ai 1 M,.. supplies and Sporting Qoods.
Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM THE
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write-
CHAIRS, a 0 -,VLOAIDA.
U9-tl Umr Joe. D. WamO
A raw way to
P. 0. Box 4,
ALEX WAD DE LA
a~ncRlls every dae
wE55md *Mweifstdoas uponReue
I - .
rkl 4' ftl
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'; -- +" >,
- 0 2
JAOS and QQ0
KARPEN LMATiER FURN141 W
If you want to sem, e ST In PmaIntre and
House Furmt lngp visit our stoye.
~ .. .4
Plow Lines BrrIdles, H1s, Collars, Trace Chains,
Singletreps did Back Bands.
We Ageqt for *est*MIUactt
.4 ., ,4i3H14'. '-4