The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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8, 1907.

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Good Government; Honesty in. Public Office; Equal Justice to All-S I Privileges to None.

AL O hT OF THE c caum. o-ncIRs WOULDD ency PaTs HON. McLIN Champ Clark ay of our rank Clark: EN ORC LAW ent Why not grow to manhoodhydon't you e with THE HOM MARKET.
"There are always a ily Cdarks honor and credit insteadof a stain upon
COMMISSIONER Or AGRICULTUkE. in Congress thatthy are Ily called --- our character ? It is just as easy. It -
by their Christian names more fre- If They -Caus D I-t. r Will Net, is always easier to be a man than to be Mushk and Waterelesls, Tematoes,
esat ... e.uently than others except the Smiths, -e e- a rowdy. Cigarettes and gambling and Irish Petatoes, a" Plats,
The State Cvact Srstemo*S g s- Jones, Browns, Andersons and William- They Shol ll a o. r be Re whiskey have had many a wrestle with
d"efs r Its lpmprvement-I- m sons. So the Florida member is al- .iey boys long before you came on the scene,h cumbr."s, IC.
rte for State AM to Scre ways Frank Clark to his fellow-mem- .. anti they have never yet been thrown A friend writes for us as follows:
Users. He is a handsome, capable man, There hardly passes a wee that Don't get the idea into your head that DEAR CoiliNs-Try the effect of
SSettlern or la irmats. without fear. What's in his mind he newspaper men are not called upon and you can turn thetrick. .. te
Pt Ic e*, PrIactcad l Plans to says, and he says it with force. He requested to say something in regard If you don't want to be decent for appeal. You seem to me to be
'te roc the Cvict has a clear in such a largl-like voice, a great adto some matter of public abuse, viola- ourelf. be decent for others. There striking the right direction with
vantage in such a large and tumutu- is one heart whose sorrows should ap- your paper. Educate your readers If
Le e lna rovidlag ood Rod ous assembly as is the House of Rep- tions of law or failure of public officials peal to you. There is one who ha you succeed in starting but a few of
The able summary of the report of resentatives. Whether a person agrees to enforce the laws which all swore to faced everything for your sake. one te most enterprising right, soon o
the commissioner of agriculture, intro- with Frank Clark or not, he must ad- uphold when they took oath to public who has to hear the ross for your th prsng rght, on o-
mire his courage. He was once United h f'es l .hness You don't want vour trail ers will follow, and yours will be the
dueed as a preface to the very com-. States district attorney, and holds up ic tc. ; and every one who nke through this world stained with a ,moth. satisfaction of a sense of having helped.
., plete and deviled report of the opera-: his end of the-hand spike in the House, such request could just as easily and iers tears. The boy who turns a bra- I would like to offer, later, some sug-
tions of the department for the year to use an old-time expressioK4amiliar consistently do those very act- tnem- zen face to a mother's grief never gets gestions as to Irish potatoes, eg
1905 and 190, should be read by all to the ears of those reared n the ti selvein communications over their very far on the road tohappiness. plants, and Cushahaws.
i t aho citizens interested in theie veryer regions. When the question of in- When he gets a little older you find There are many farmers in this
important public questions. The sum-creasing Congressional salaries came ig thhis name on the police doket of various county of Leon, white. and colored,
maportanty is condensed andques to the pointup. Frank Clark ame out boldly in: pers. cities, a little later the dark shadowsof who for lack of means, cannot attempt
with references to the detailed report, fvorof it and made a speech which it is all right for the newspaper man stone walls loom upacros" his pathway. the costly and hazardous experiment of
ollowith references to the detailed reportsconvuled the House nd allergies andto be expectedto denounce everything Without honor, home or friends. cigar tobacco culture.
The report is complete in every de- whs. Enough voted for theprps- that goes wrong, or is imagined to be 'Ti a sad picture, but it i painted ut wh may nt any number of
S tail, andfully explains*the working of every dlay in every town in this broad, them engage in experimental culture ;
the many important interests other ton top it, but few spoke in favor wrong, in a community, but how few land. The pathway of the transgressor of some special cropof produce, adopt-
tate that ar ent irusterests of there of it, and of those who did, spokethere are who give any consideration is one of rocks an thorn. When you ed to their soil and facities, and on a
and direction of the commissioner of apol tly. Not so with my name- to what may be the consequence of bruise your feet the world will laugh at scale commensurate with their meua;
tr. No departmentof he nd o justice nd anfully to uch denunciation. Do many ever topyou, just as you laughed at your moth- and so, avoiding chances of debt, gain
duties to be rfrmed an a y his guns. to think that the printer who performs There is only one system for a boy to ready money, every year, in the direc-
office of commissionerformed than has thf agriculture "He has a tender heart. Some per-' this great public service has to (-dep)end follow. Be c ent It always pays tion of diversifying and increasing the
office of commissioner of agriculture. sienthe. It alwayioays tion of diversifying
Few of our citizens realize the varied sons conve ed to him the information almost exclusively upon the people for dividends.---Kansas City Journal. opportunities of their industry?
responsibility of the commissioners of thatthe atics in St. Erozabeth' support, and is the only one who per Suppose any number of hem diaset
agriculture, nor the various duties re- Asylum are maltreated. He promptly -A 4ua-PAppe1. their attention and energies, durinothe
agriculture, nor the various duties re- introduced a resolution of investiga- sonally incurs the enmity of those whom A ne citizen of Richmnd, In, n trinti and Apomaim dmi ne
* quired of this department, embracing' tion and forced it to its passage. He he criticises and their friendt.. an i humane citizen of Richmond, Ind.. piestnit spring and coming suminer, to
as it does the state lands, school, sem- was placed an te committee to its pas vesage. e h criticize and their friend and must Mr D. Williams. lo7 West Main St.. the oduction of quarter -acre rops
nary, swamp, internal improvement tiat en suer financial loss as the naly of says: "I appeal to all persons with each ol tomatoes for instance.
andall other lands of the state; immi- work on that subject. All sorts of tac- performing this public service.' And weak lungs to take Dr. King's New in this and twelve other muniil
gratin, the state convicts, statistics, tics were resorted to to prevent the' does he not deserve better patronage, Discovery, the only remedy that has comnunitits in north florid and ad
agriculture, feeds and fertilizers. The investigation, but Clark. of Floria. Encouragement and su t r ose helped me and fully comes up to the joining counties of southern Georgia,
commissioner of agriculture is te ex-swung on like a bulldog till he got it. encouragementt and support Iro' *hose proprietor's recommendation It saves there is an aggregate population of n
ecutive head of these and other divis- wung who desire all laws upheldmore lives than all other throat and 7s.4) town bred soul, or what is mort
T ions of the state government, chain shackle, that does not materially We speak the above from the fact lung remedies put together. Used as a to the point, mouths, all fo f t
We are able to quote but a small por- r nw gt he i k e ough and cold cure the world ovei. fruit of this wholesome vaieft.b Isom
tin of Mr Mleu a retard the prisoner's walking freely, that we have this week. several tim u asthma ubronchitis. croveui. ge per cetageof that.number
tion of Mr. MeLo's admirable sum- but would answer as a check on him in ben urrequested, as a newsar t' w n uh, uins hoarsns a lae and willing to pay 2. n
mary,athe event he made an attempt to run. ..wh lng cough,Lquinsy, hoarseneI-able and willing to pay 25c. = &0101
CONVICT SYSTEM. This light chain is used occasionally as Tallahassee. "to speak out hard and and phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the for choice tomatoes from the in& ig
/ "I find there is a great diversity of a punishment to an unruly, stubborn strong against the many things that lungs and builds them up. tGuaranteed of May to December,* off tl
opinionuglorida,. ;,10e. brttl$1free months of open marketing -a so
opinion Florida, as in all other states, prisoner who shows a disposition to have happened in Tallahassee. and that at I in g stores ,o and 1.* L many buyers, all within twelve bioit
as to how best we can provide labor leave the squad, or is a disrupting ele- lgw going on.". W. e ,e in-r"i w . of your local depot. Tat looks fe
condiena.d Wor .ft or net re reaure to keep a cined to see a laxity of officers in ful- everybody's Isiness. able. The preparation, by breaking
,pro dtlOld for ~.t.e.s5are.required to keep)awith double plow, six or more inene
atIs not my province to either ad- corps of guards on duty vualtoone for filling and performing their l'utI go .\n irate citizen say's that hereafter deep. the pulverizing and -leieelsg
bvocat or condemn our present lease five men in the camp, one mounted without the strongest denun 'iation of : he wants the editors to mind their o down the fertilimng, panting, stak n
system. We have the law calling for man to each twenty-five prisoners and it; and every good citi.en of ., a commu- business. My dear Christian friend, cultivating and marketing,
the lease system upon our statute two trained bloodhounds. For holding did you ever reflect, in your contem- rom one-quarter of an acre, t i
books, and the board of commissioners the prisoners at night an armed guar nity should( denune nd warn those late moments, when the moon is trom. oe q re ohe a aecrtset pe?
of state institutions, through the com- occupies a room or cell in full view of officers who fail to enforce the law that beaming, when the whipperwhill sings form their own labor, we estimate may
mission of agriculture as its medium, the hall but removed from approach of snu h actionn cannot andl will 1not b. tol- in the tree, when the hired man snoresf th rCCompliwhed at an out-lay not to
are simply applying the law as handed prisoners. The hall i- lighted to i vyre vrted No^,w .li,, v n,, in the lo*'t. the yellow dog s.le on th exceed tlhe atn of $2)..ut-la nt t
us by the legislative branch of the him a full view of thie inmates Iiin le , a. and tho' no-1',ilt gvt ins itA his work i
government, large camps an unarmed floorwalker is -" ul in Ie(on county k nows ii ty ,t' did you eve,. r,tl.,ct in si,'h times 'l'h space, p. eferbly m the form of
"I shall simply discuss conditions locked in with the prisoners a fact that along with violation of up.,n the idea that a t):itwr .ontaitirin a ni'iallelogramn 257 it.xSl ft, to otbvi-
as they exist, suggest !,-provements of SOME DPFEI'T.c T<, RIRMEDY. there' laws. the prohibition laws only accounts of the .dit'o- own pri-. at, so frtluuet turning in ploughig,
the system we are working under, and "When we find a diseased limb on a in Leon county have heen and ats bus netos wuhi be apt t Iv will -u.rt, set five feet each wa sms4
legislature to the l aw-akn odr ytem good tree we do not cut down the tree, still are b daily tdandaThy might sta t for a hi, ut in twd to a single stack six feet high, anl
if they can, to displace what we have. but prune ut the diseay branches number of Tallahasse'.s very bet -iti- the end it would b.. a thrn in the side thi canes pinched back so as to imdace
A ttn ht i If the hand is bdlydisea-J and thrat- t h. n al l ,only tw, bloom clusters to each stem,
Ad r hitting that it iv.best. for pros- ens the life of the iuinividial, we do riot zens have recently called the attenti-n aid a w.arne,-.s t~ teo r i nta hl nl twnmber of fruit int each aclSter
owners tdobe engaein some ttinkind.Of killrthehratient, but removehtheaff'ected of ttN,vernor' htroward to those a. erothat sort (if thinw, Nther, t h,' annd the numberiof fruit in each cluster
labor, I n T n t killdothe patient, but remove the affected of governorr Iroward to thoIate at, tne aedii usin-s 1 k evrv reduced to the two munost choice berries,
Liven inot think neons that has part ani improve the rendition of the that a stop can he put to it, either by t ,uv udsintess i. b unn, That's mayv r e expected to produce 624 doWen..
given the prison system fuaficient study patient. So I regard ourpresent prison makingg the delinuent tti,.'ials p"ir,, iiusness. So thii""s n,, ,, T makinT a fruit, saleable at 26 cents per ausen,
to be capabl we of ad vancingn a practical n, .r rdt stna n m e g the delinouue rt offli -ials i i" r l i i Ins stSo' - n m ki ru ta r r rtoe
suggestion will think of advocating, n'the subject.1 their whole duty. or by ,uttin" *":n h'hronic kickr of ywi.r.ft t,., a)vn the quarteritacre$l ntomato".p
plan that would confine prisoners with- ..The law directs that all prisoners into the offices ~ ho will do .. All a:nsville Sun. i itsbeing r tfeasibletoyet
in high walls and brick barracks, in must be delivered to the commissioner over the county, it i common, da Iv. to A Baby during fall an winter, tolloweng the
Shthis extreme southern climate, to work. ofn fh agriculture at a rilnt he ma, d ihdt ......i.h.hr t ..' ,nl1X ,ad 'wh ki fiel3ld i

I AU.1wyinirecto paint ft failoatoeso se r, leor n t-e
SOME orF THE REqlP.iREMFNT- The commissioner is required by law tohear complaint tis faur e t, I.r- should be sunshine in Whe ho',, and cabbage plants, liable to yield as many
"From time to time experience has take charge of them and to control, di- torn) duty, and one of the laxit., andi will be if Vou give it White's Crream saleable neads of cabbage at 26 events
shown us improvements that could beJ rect and police them while in the cus- abuse of the positions some of mou offi- V rmifuge. the greatest worm rnedi- apiece or $443..i50, or $142.r-) on a quan-
made in the construction of stockades tody of the state. Has, the fact ever I cials are credited with dlispliayiing The cine ever offeri' d to sitff.rinit humanity. tity of ground accustomed to yield with
and their furnishingA and equipn'meit to dawned upon our lawmakers, or the True Democrat denounces all thi, in 'Thi renwily i becomingg the perma- ,imuh greater outlay of labor, about :i
render them more sanitary and com- citizenship of our proud state. that the the good name of the wople of Leon n.'nt tixtur"'" ,f' wl r''gulated hose'- sjxtpeeith of a bale o61 .-tton worth pos-
fortable Without any sudden r'e'volu- late does not own an acre of ground county, and hoiesf the necessai, hteps hnusehohld A mot ,lr, with chihn. .-,:a 1].
tion we have been abhl to r.at. rallv nor even a shed where the commissioner to have corrected thse< existing .th.i.hs ,.n't aiy \.ih.ut telte o e .l r.-corniz. the importance, nay
-change and improve the c'mneien"es could carry out the provisions of tat- will bOe taken i hand at once Iv ,ov. i hite 'an \ **it'e t rhe house. ncer.i. t reforming our abit of
of the camps and to add f.- the comfort utes placed upon him Not many of ernor iroward and our Mavor. ..nd if ""if"t ts t' Iur.-" a, s.' me diein' agrtcuitural in lufry. Then y are thite
S of the inmates At ea,'h -twkadethere our people are a\va-e, that Florida is .officers will treat lightly violh t.',: of lhat r ...nlv 'n ,n.t. .Sold i. all rig sagre we pir.l iied uorty or more years.
is a well equipped kitchen which is re. the only btate in the I'nion which has law, will see that they are removel.d -. '1 i' radical change in our circumstan-
0,uired to be kept clea' and s.anitary not made adequate pr.,visiiio for carry- from office and n u:i pjt in who w.i!l lamonia News. ci s deiniaias corre'sponiing change in
The dining rooms arte oir)e! to, but ing out the statutory r<,uiremnients per- uphold the law, or. n t it co:' "-w ., t i. ur .' tior None of u- know accu-
separate fram the .s|.l-i'ng aax-tment, tainng to their i rio,,, system Is it their lihvs. M .;-,h 4th. 1'*.' Mr' .* '''* rrtely jt, wh.t cour' U o pursue.
with tables and seat- to m,-elt the de- not wise to take mnimediate steps on Now, to illustrate jusit wha' '.i id :,. -"-n inishnl the free termn of the .Suppose a scre or m.re mands. At these ttoi-kale- ;n abhnd- this subject while. our prisoners are t:rger violators in Tilla huasee. au the-ir St.. 'hool. returned to ,er fat her ; for,.anded fari't people try tilot mina.
ance of food is se ti\ d 4tr ,,reareakfast bringing large sums f money by their -% nipathizers, aid'r- and ahbt.tr- .aul I' -t Ftr ida, u'nd will lo< ndl the hbiida.n- ure. tnhein ofir, prthining ttsomethint
and supper, the noon mial being eaten labor, as a raisult of' the unusualvl pros. dlo. let us relate to th,,' citizens ot Tal- '" 'hi. vicinity. we van comniiiid citronil of' and be not
in the woods, as a ruan. ',n avi-ount of lper'us conditions in the lines of work lahassee just what did occur ,, the 1;. 1. lBrown, Ji.. went to I'allahasiee,, longer at the m.i'-rcy of expert annd
Sth work being remote from the bar- that the prison lpopulaiion ,'an lie tn .-treetts and side-walks, near tne city I.,-t ltiui r1ilay anl rI.turrnwd Friilay. npevuilators whot giow easily rich atour
Once a week at least all are re- gaged? hall and market tiuilding Wednem-lay. iev. W 4t. Emry ipr'-ach.'d at I.eth- expn.'ls.'.
* d B to take an all-over bath The "In the event of a .,-n..' panic that ;tt about 12:3: o'clock. within' ffiy \lge ,, ,',fteril.da. the. tir.t Sunday in .ietmes of tomatoes best suited to
ping halls are now all equipped witn would paralyze thhe t':r;entine, lumber yardss of and under ito v.r' sh.. ow ,,f tin,- i',nt h lTi. .,,n !r.galt:o \.i ;iv. co,,,nditioni ,,m o il and seAon here inii
separate irnmn cot lnedteads, with a and phosphate ii.-:n',-' along with the Governtor's ,offic,. in th, l,.- '".' "'. i t. rivri tiher I.,, .ui inty. .iiualso of generally uni-
spring of the United States regulation other industries. to i .- '.--ni th:tt -ub. uiline, for one 'tio the .wi,' .! l '" Kan -arAnd, imi iootdn and of ap-
lpan, this is supplied with a comtfora-. le.s-.es could not cri'; .' their con his office -Could ea.i' v ") "' ,1 'I t | , are Amne Golden Iu.hio.
bie mattress, i t'. lliw cases, tracts with t'e o(riz.i'ni l'i,'fets and Several "len ii l I i- i .t i A t ; ttr ''t.'i '' Itni rosa. .Select s ed of -ith
sheets and blankets to, m*.et the. they were to slke"t '*. f,,rfeit their rested und wit- t.,f're th he .i p,,t. 'it r%, '- t .\' i ... ii t,, litMt these w an eties can be procureed hV
conditions f the weather, 'his hall is bonds in prefence t., f;.o'mi, ai'.oIlate 'muit. an itto rlt .v --i the .. D mail iiorn Peter Hienderilon Co., Seed-
well vhttlat&l. with :ro'n Iarred win- ruin. what provision has the le tatate w,,ne'-s had hoe-n iconicted ,i .- I ^;', '..i h ,>,t I is *h men,m, :15 an, :17.; t.ou tiiand St., NeA
dows, furnished with window light made for taking the prisoners and loca- cc'-. tourt and, the'r,'fore, wa- .n .V ', !' shutters. to furnish light when closed ting them even temnilrarily?' No les- ,>nipm tent witness. and moved t, -top .rmoon .G T. Itrn. .1'.. tt'nle'd duce from 2,t o to 2.1. plants.
on account of cool weather For each .e tihas a stockade that ce',ld care for the process of law against his clients, from our stlde it the .-ce'k. Itv' Seventy five pounidsof nitrateof soda
prisoner there is a night shirt furn oml -sixth of them, even if they were Here a recehm was taken until 3 o'clock, Woaslwai% was tie peace per quarter acre applied breadcast, it
shed to replace his world. 'lothes, inclined to oblige the s'ate and the crowd who were attending .Sveral new renter houses have b' two iureuation, one at time of plant-
which he is required to hang up to air 'Would not the s'ate liP absolutely court came to the sidewalk bew, hend n t nehtn te n, e other two to three weeks later
during the night. It is not optional at the mercy of tho.-- who, migat de- all of that kind began to poke all kinds Meridian vti'llyinity great many ucrei is likely to increAse yield over 100 per
with h prisoner to change hi- cloth- sire to secure the prisoners for -a nom- of fun and ridicule upon the witne .- in t)f land iI shared fle or tne culture (, cent
ing for the night shirt. He is required final .um? Should tl e state be depend- droves following him across the street tobacco It will be done bv posts, Bruhwood saplings of watur eok.eb-
todosa. ent upon any person or company to shouting, "Leave here! "-the most large wire and slats. We had a fine tainabl. from anr thicket, trimmer d
There Is long night chain, passing shelter, maintain or supervise her pris- glaring attempt to intimidate the wit rain in this beat on Friday night. single sticks six feet long, are ehes*i
the leth of the all, to. which each owners. From a business standpoint is nes-and b their nations sad antics and sufficient stase.
Sprlocked, thereby lessening it not economy to purchase while we openly defying and ridiculing any and ..t Cempla. Do not permit trit to get teorip.eb-
a rest. I regret t ttef baie the monies derived directly from all honest effort to have prohibition If your chest pains and you are un fore gathering The harvest is a dailb
that t be ~ e, IL e maty to effort of prison labor? Whte you violators of law pun Not a soul able to sleepbeeause of a eough. Buy process for many weeks.
m tp t a~e oo thewper- cab' pouerme to advantage and not Ior an officer d desoipeed a bottle of Ballad's Herehound 8rap Cook what y dem't epsl l ,i
of thriti when forced to act and act immedi such action unt the writer a step and y won't have any Get a gles pt preserve a a
lu thW[ belag chained ately? to itt by calMln o that If It as not bottle now and that 1h wil lno t home want all witl a
S t as1, bse. o 0 not "All other states that leae prisoners, stopped he, hitef. would prson- long. A cure for a ll IMnmiar dis. wbwte*os. W"t"tti
(* toratinitte stah e primso exceat rs, havet bome uag the pro. aUy to Governor Broward inform eas. Mrs. J-.. Tus. -G a--Tax
Out at the 4140 rismeip seeds derived from tblr convits, in so him of it, sad that no e ws artA: "I esa't y B.. If o Wto-
L i two as sffar asIt I hnded to mee t h.h econ- tem to stoe pitw r h 'n we rd's NorehoveS p.ebot it w em ,ry Work,
g bee ui4th. Peas our siaties a spk wellU dse of o 0 er. In vbw of it and asM gives me taIs tombs,
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TRUEt DEMOCRAT TE OTHER wELL *W 5 LAC. : i. w. 3.. 34*jTUW.L.A
5Lu3 ?r.er.*,. el .ls 'i k"creamle the ,Ti laGsrowf st*oicials.i f s .efsD si
I their salaries. must \o increased, would, is Fres'aila M aNeavy.
PUBLISHED EVEIR Y YVII,\Y MO111NINt it not 1e w ll to have some provision
mane for their putting in the number In TallM all over lorida,
tnterd as Sw.omi C.ils Matte.r .Mrch 31 iW..at (if hours' work per day that other, where hse w s known. and loved
the Peat om0e. t TnilM*,. Florida. u,,or classes of working jo are called will the ad sstf his death cas
Aet of Contr.re. of Mareh a. 17'A i to give, and to ie docked for los odit from Fernandina
O tLime on juniketing tripe. During Monody, "yetU -
S oieast year there was too much lime ."Gen. Wa.. Balatine, one of the
So T.epo. Bu.ling. Crner Adan. b away from some of the oices, and as bravet sad S1gallmt ex-Confedaer
Ctistonm treeti. Tel.ph e No. 10 a warm political campaigns o atesoldiersw red In th civil war
_:- coming on, when all will have to take, died at his hibm this cityat 9oiSe
Lom 1.0 Pet Ywr. in Advanc". more time to repair their political this e of paralysis, n the t/th
; Audvoia iltoasan Appieation. fences with a hope to hold on some ye of i b
S_ I-- more, itseems it would be in orde G- nti was beloved d
.now for steps to be taken to potect the hono al ever Florida, and inb his
.people's interest who have 6thbills to death elnna loses a valuable esit-i
a pay. -Tallahassee True Democrat. De. B tine went all thr h the
...... Suppose the True Democrat man was civil war and was oumeplcuo INm
-ViBY, Nth 8, 1W?. holding one of those cabinet positions'teout of hi darhn
would he sit in his office all during the thi e Ri. Hb. whctealess
campaign and never _go out on the osedn p I n aMr
S- hutings? And if he did would he re- he beam first liet t, u1of
The Fifty-ninth Congres adjourned turn to Treasurer Knott the per diem E. A. Pae sbe linusentnt o Vik
last Monday. coming to him for everyday away from in August1, the Rangers evenStly
his office? As Charles Read would say: became Corpany A ofh Second Flor-
"If you have any grudge to pay, put 'Put yourslf in the other fellow's a egme whn Capt orrbe-
lt off until tomorrow, and then mettle place. '--Pensacola Journal. came cooiel of the regiment. Gey .
some other way.' The True Democrat man is not in the Ballantine became captain of the com-
Fh r- n e supposition in the least. He is not let- pany, and ultimately acting colonel.
All Florida newspaper men rejoic tng any "little wooden gods" fool him e was in nearly every battle the
that Hon. George W Wilori" i again .the belief and hpe that he will Second Florida Regiment wan engaged
mucnimprove in health. inu the l ilri hJM' that howll in, and at the battle of Sharpsburg or
S muent improved n health. ever be a cariidate for any kind of Antietam he especially distinguished
What riar)n or thi earth tteir, v. hi public office, aid will be perfectly satin- himself for his bravery and gallantry,
has th.- rij,'ht to, .dge, th inward (',,i.- ied' to a t ain of a fellow i Mani n itho i under great difficulties, andi over corn
.('(iour.EA, o(f a fellow man.' Matny .,I g may daily rmin f- mistak#.M, ,1t h, av, .-". workf-.-., if .e' cir ('orntinue, to hold the of battle
the right to j.l e' that they ar, ri:il,- resp'ie't april voodl will of the best of Gen Ballentin,* hais -inc the war
with a wuilifril initerit to do ,wrnL' "' of F'loridlii,- a~.l secure. enough pat been the 'ornrnnandcr-in-e'hi,'f of United
11 1., r K i to> n ijo ni BKhub e "elf (anf ederate Veterans ,,f hlorida, and
J .hr t Collins' 'ru. m 'ra start.Ol rEnih to -tn his humble self and was held in high esteeri hy all of the
ll .I,.,),.,r a I', lit', y,.u, our l" rother, old ,,didlers.
on it. third year tof u .futlnh t with th, ,l t,. ,,,, p ;it -si you, rl rothert r l fd diers.
uf ylar i< fuisve put thiw h ropo itioin ti to us, w C E
WAu41of la'it week That pawer ha HONE*N DE CATARRH CURE.
V,111 t'.11 "ou that in 4onv days that al -

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in use tar Over so elaw% has bege tge uigafMS at
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Lo am" a" n.. m- ...Wh a- MApiNees.

Caoters Isa araless substltute Pr Castor Oil0, Pare.
goreD, *rops and Boothing Syrup It is Pleasant. It
contains either Oplum, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age Is its guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures DIarrhesa and WlAd
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constlpation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea,-The Mother's Friend.

Dean the Signature of

been a live wire,. in Florida journal ~, i t t I r,,, fr-.v,.r, we fear. .heir Any one can mix rint it home the I%0 W it hom e t V4h
ever wim. iits fist rtimum, and w hoE if t et it remedyy of its kind known. The
:IV ,,t,, loslitIt Is, v.Vit rf l ,o ri j i (ifthls cabinet 1, 'Iv'lt, Tsle "isviv to e l feyllsooflYo
andi out..-I|,ok.n for lrain.o ."-.l.t t. i t,,I.., .. fi ".,e he, --,t. (l t' i.ti'to ." ,,'riile., ,ofit.1 por ,,r t,.-Is in r m the a A lw ay s B oro thu h t
- M a$1 i.,,n .I',i ;I,,Itt,- It k' lh. Io..",. ;trI, l thti ',. H1,.N.h I e, h,00 'll 4'F1i ' .'r\ -? Ik' f' f it-
.New York W 1. .1 11i -ig i ., I rl ch tarrh Ial) pso ri.levinn' Ilis foul and In Use For Over 30 Years.
New WIrk W ,, lilh ll 1 I " hio- ,], e t,. i,, ri.. d .n t uch ',v' I'r ir,|.., (jilas.,, ni, maltt,,I w .,' lh..tl.t pie are. in the "Amen Cornlie wheii Johi 1. I, ria l'ord, onile If the putrst I, pripaIure the mixture (-t fIroIrI any IVaoetovU c UnWou . VunRAV STrET.r tcew Von er.
(Gov IIughe"s .ays. "'I felie et that the rd ,4 and b'.e tftil 'i vel Ii.vi"r h I lritnll. gIood pharmacy one-half ou (iNe, Fliid I
peo le' Itre' done with tho t riti wh wito w l or. if { thr, "Ii sat in Il- tfi' lExtract l)andelion, one ollitre o pound
K urgoin and threi'e otniC' ( C("inpound
usE' public otffcl' entirely for lther (,,in all during ;Ia :ulier o(f campaign. ail Syrup Sarsaparilla. SIhaake. ll and
benefit. I was not elected to pily at rwli.v wint ,,'it in th hu1lmtiti~," tarld use in teaspoonful do. tif't .r each As Our Brothers See Us. James Robert Saulls.
politics, arid I amn not doing it. I wa.s we know h'- n(evr received a (it. meal and at bedtime. The Talhdlaha-e True IDecimoc'lt I ,-- The subject of this sketch was born
not elected to build up a riachins., and I during th-. ,lon trit of yvar.-4 hit ,-h s Thi. i- a harm .lesS, inex|.,ns4Mvi mix- g;n n last wet.I thle third vear ; Jin... th. l4l. in the State of Georgia,
lure, which has a p(eculi.ir action uion blriliant t.art-ti M1avv coninutd i;ntl eant died F"el 15th. 19t.7, at Tallahassee,
am not building one. I was nnot elected pu/111 1 *,, ir, fron no treasurer of the eliminative tissnues of their Kidneys, in'reas.ed succi'.-s atttend it alway- 'Fla aged 66 years. S months and 7
taset one faction against another, and thec h tate, hie wa not full. .entitled to assisting them to filter atrnd strain from i'unta (;irl ;t lii,,!i. i(aI's.
I have tried niot to do so '" What a )r. Crawforl was honest to the It. the blood and system all catlrrhatl poi- The TaIhla ,,e' True lhmocrat, .Johin ie wa" married while in the service,
pity it is all other in high office do not fie was d'rtoijd, full of love and syrn- sons, which, if not eradicated, aret. a- G( Collins, iproirietor. has just c';,.-ed in the year lt62, to Minerva A. Clay, in
St i ths o oy fr the unfortunate and op- sorbed by the mucous membrane, and two wars tof hard fighting for the p>'o- the State of West Virginia. To this
look at it the same way, for some boiid pathy for the unfortunate and the op- an open ore or catarrh is the result. pole's rights Editor Collins is pubLish- union, eleven children were born -nine
their strongest. and best efforts in play- pressed a true Christian gentleman Prepare some and try it, as it is the ing a handsome paper and one full of boys and two girls-- I which eight,
Ing politics, uIilding up machines and and he did not have to leave his office prescription of an eminent catarrh spe meat. He has his enemies, but doesn't with the wife, are left. to mourn the
in doing acts out of and in XVeaison for to be re-elected. There are others who cialist of national reputation. seem to lie awake o' nights on that ac- loss of a kind father and a loving hus-
.- ------ ..count. His friends say, as Bragg did band.
making factional differences, as in could be mentioned, but 'tia not nec- That infernal improvement board of Cleveland, "We love him for the Through life Mr. Sauls was a friend
Florida, for an example. essary; we have given you enough for has, accgXding to the statement of the enemies he his mad.. --T. U. Short to his fellow man. All that knew him,
It ^^ e b this time. governor, already spent a total of Talks only knew him as a quiet, peaceable
It Is a creditable, pIasing andtio We have had little differences of $12442 of the people' mone for The Tallahassee True Democrat. ed- citizen and a true friend.
m ale fact thatthose of our citi- inn with th n o o $123442 of the people's money for cited and owned by John G. Collins,. is He had been a member of Rock
Swho were formerly whiskey deal- opinion with the son of that good old Everglade drainage purposes, and for entering its third year. This is one View Missionary Baptist church, in
e ow opposed to violations ofman, who is now Secretary of State, whichithe people willnever receive the uf the state's best weeklies, in fact it Wyoming county, W. Va., since the
e I p ltv and believe as he grows older in official least benefit. "An amount sufficient." is really a state paper. Whenever year 188j, and died in the faith.
law, sad are industriously engaged in lif e will take on some more of the says the Lake Butler star, "to con- brother Collins sounds a note of warn- After a short service at the home in
the new business they all went into. ehtsrllti othe ys tr e uake ouker star, to on- ing, people all over the state listen. Tallahassee, the remains were carried
No one of them has been engaged in the chra tics of his grand old father, atruct a rock road across the state. Its editor is one of our purest and best to Crawfordville, Fla. where funeral
Sand for these reasons we do not favor Palatka News. men, as well as one among our best services were conducted in the Mission-
biHd tiger business, nor do they en- removing him when the shake-up comes writers, and the Star hopes to see the ary Baptist church by Rev. Luther S.
eerage or sympathize in it. They are about, as it most assuredly will seme of Florida newspapers generally have Democrat live long and prosper and the Hutchens. after which they were laid
law-abiding, and now among the best these days. been going for Richard Barry and the management remain the same. Brother at rest in the Crawfordville cemetery
business men. "h utin in th Cosmopolitan Magaine for slandering John Collins is respected by his worst to await the general insurrection of
S. The unique distinction of being the opponents, because he is a man of the dead.
Hon W A McWlli ro only State in the South not represented the State and many of Florida's best convictions, and people respect that In this grave there rests the body
Hon. W. A. MWcillams' proposed at the Jamestown Exposition" il the citizens, and the last issue of the Jack- class of man in any walk of life, espe- of one of the bravest soldiers the
measure for the construction of three way Colonel T. J. L. Brown says it will sonvillle Central Union Times was cially in newspaper work. -Dade ( ity south produced, a kind, loving father
highways In Florida, and for good roads be If something not done pretty soon thoe which denounced them Star. and a true friend.
generia'lly, is receiving commendation st o raise money for a Florida exhibit at InraeMay his ashes rest in peace. $
rmallquater.. He iaJamestown.---Live Oak Democrat. Iin a long editorial, which truly sized ForSlI i
from all quarters. e is ble law- nd it will be a distinction no Florid up both. Be it remembered, too, the Ten head of good heavy weight oxen. Hon. E.C.Smith was a pleasant
yer, an experienced legislator, and an n n feel rod of. While our last Cosmopolitan is owned b. William Ran- Apply to PRKIN & MABRY. 1 visitor atthis office again Tuesday.
active wo r wo pu ti n n feel proud of. While our last Cosmopolitan is owned bor itk eir;amten. e.s
d push Into whatever puts e nthusiasm, legislature was appropriating funds for dolph Hurst, of New York, who would
and e will no doubt accompl h ish much those fairs, does seem they might have be governorr of his State if he could,
aeod r the general m i ublic during the gone a little further and provided for or Plresident of these United States
go. for t.e general public during the
coming legislature. the Jamestown Exhibit. Many believe In connection with his resolution call-
t .hea. ..en if both could not have been-providedinupon the secretary of war for 7 a
Thegeneralcommendation of lihon T. for, it would have been beat to have had Itatement of what the Philippine I- M ore T hn
A. Jkm nings from all points in Florida Florida at the Jamestown Exposition statement of whacost the United States.
speaks well for the man. Whether he as it would probably have done the on. rnk lark condemned the wr W el h
enters the gubernatorial race or not, he whole of Florida the most geod. But. with Spain ar unnecessary, and pro
can well feel proud of his popularity then, there would not have been the op- nouncd the purchase of the Philip- P .MAA o| LS
and the esteem in whichhe is held in his portunity of you "tickle me and ines "a serious' blunder lln mot
native state. Few men, while living, tickle you" in political affairs in it. grievous wro ng." "When we pur- A KIN
have had as many nice things aid of Just why public moneys should be ap hasO the i d t ae
them a hem has been receiving for some pro priated for local fairs, does not set r -ae d tse hadand th. SN OW OF
snonths in public print. Albert Jen- wel on tax-payers generally et an race with them," he said "the deed NOW
nings Is made of the best material, and the next legislature will pro ably be was nothing more nor less than traffic THEM
Flogridlandlove him. A uked for appropriations for them in a in human beingIs, and it is no greater I IM ALL
abiding n p hav dtrm doze or more counties. were wrong for individuals to traffimperialism. It n hu Ct. Spr
On the first ageof hi issue of the Mayor Mctd and sentenced hito pay a flie forf inanity thn it is for ntio n tmaeAND

fully advised, great and speedy better- $ .00 and costs or 60 dayb on the em i attpn l o h no kbing. AN O B OW S
True atemocrat will be four newpd our lead- hve been busy for several days, andti -r e. n e o
manitWithinthe last few days I hve herd the others are now in r ot, t Lke Ct. h wrhat mo cannot m

Sthe butid ur u> and better.? Mr. Edwrm Te Fitogerald, a promy- too hwoy praise your a lardrs now anment for *mk
in editor writ up of the conditions asa result last Wednesdof y several rt entle n on this floor speak of our Tallahaee thn ood h cutehtheuatsoneyn the world b addn't m e
that prevail in du county. The law- cases of violation of prohibition laws or ha beeonial ta ion' Thihe si macht ks o f West and where hto l ather. I also runk wl ommendyo
abidine the tiennp handv determined "blind thiser" cases were up before hi empire tereathe of imperial ism.Itoretioun y rup for cougs nd cold.
that better tat of affways at work re and the irmustult that nc ll werith t uggests royalty. It does not indicate k d Ths u tog that her s y pain to.
omend our governor ha been convicted nd sentenced to pay a fine of ment where every citeion ovrer-
fully advised, great and speedy better- l .00 and cost or 60 datiyon wthe oent b ut it pr luces vision of kingly; O e W o Knows

any a^ mn: f thYnhi thel o r in ridding thue couelly of" ,butem prumelces visions o h ST. LOUIS. k MISSOURIi
meant is expected. Your newspaper streets. One gave bond and took ap- rule. .J0 ot .. .C ty"I.
man stands with you, to denounce and oweal, and the others are now doing ser- Mr. Edward Te. FitUerald, a promi- too highly pralis, your Ballard's Snow'Liniment for
the building up and better- vice. At the request of the parties, nent newspaper man of Tallahassee. the r of of acute rheum&#.sni, aauoedobysnmdd ein your
des pws the wrong and demoralizing one' in this community knows who they Palm Beach this week. The secret of, Ballard'a Horehound Syrup for coughs end colds.
that are alwaysat orkmk hhis mission is yet to develop.---Palm These used together uefy all pain.
Share and all the circumstances with the Beach News.GET TH1E GENUINE. Three Slns 2k, 5k. $1.00
againstthnk for one be momt interest, but yould all case wwithhld publishing the full kTheep all thins rumor going the round at
Sbackingl Put us in all.position to violativen ust be stopped, how- of detective work tor the Governor AN DBD BY now Liniment CO A
#*l fo you In eamrst, you will find us ever, and this newspaper will lend its though along what line, of course, no No Sod re
Is IM franranks and on the firing line. full assistance and co-operation with one h been ab to or would say.02 North
A--o any citizen of thti community the officers in ridding the couhltY of all Time. we presurmei will disclose the ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
we our columns for good, when such lawlessness, and serves notice "developments." '"he State, too, mayS
w dasire to communicategrievances. now, that in the future all names and Ierd a secret service of detectives to
Di)Oi think for one moment we should all cases will be published, and the full keep all things moving lovely to "the
be saied upon to do It all. facts given just as they are. faithful and chosen ones." SOLD AND RICOMMWIDU1D BY HARODiM -IIT" GIGM WAr4





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YOUNG MEN AND BAR-ROOMS. Sopchoppy Local Items. LIKe a Letter from
F-vllowing frm. the Christian Advo- Sopchopny, Fla., Feb. 27, 1907 FERNANDINA, FLA., Feb
it.e : Capt. John ('. Hodge has been quite Mr. John G. Collins. Tallal
In an able itr a i For t hbusy this wk with a force of hands A S -Pleae end
Sgraing Avenue 1, and getting it in wish to keep up
Y.,ung Man's Good,. the Times-Ulnin keein with our other thoroughfares. 'rrIwhoe U
o recent date makes an earnest plea Mr. Herman A Lee ha.i purchased vy friends, and the True
f rthe Young Men's 'hristian Associ- the interest of Messrs. Langston & all the news. like this tc
-:i,.n building, for the erection of which -Strickland in their extensive mercan- Ido not like it as wellR as
SJacksonville money is being raised. tile establishment. Mr. Lee has been hassee, so please sd me
The editor's opinion of bar-rooms is purchasing agent -for the Carrabelle can ee, so p up with the tow
valuable because his tandpoint is not Naval Stores Company for a year, and keeyoua sucesfulp with and pro
tnat of the Methodist. His conclusions knows how and where to buy goods, very truly
:,' to its effect upon young men agree hence the advantage he has over most y trulyC
with ours however, and therefore merchants will be extended to his cus- ....R.
-tould have weighlt with those who towers.,
aim a gerer rsonal liberty in these Mr %' H. (' .vinvton, of ['ensacoln.
i attere an the church thinks safe. Fla.. wahb in iijn last week biiaking
We are glad to be able to give our hands with his many friends and inci- *
r.-aders an extract fr. th- edtlitorial dlentally taking ,orders for the Coonsol-
Aerred to an n t J asonvi (t rocerv many. whiih he is a 104 MASONIC BUI
thA younm ma! to Jaclsonvi'le ,large stockholder in. 104 MASONIC BVI
,: ,i has sunie idlt, tine (in hi hands. Mr Geo. W ( Cook is the happiest
He is of a social nature and wishes man in townI liat lille boy will be *
c fmpanionship. Whore will lit find it" i!1vernor of lorila. if he has a.s muchi P l
'here will h., s'iend hi- li il, tinw t~e' v a;t his father. and will not in-
'ill he visit hi frinls A newcorno.T ** thi lla e iig I i litforrn, s cially a
", as few and thv ale. aplt ito t,, hts)I\ in this neck of the womois. Iw Iie al
'*. if at lei..sure ;tr tho, sam.w nime he is. William Allen w(olored) was ha ipyv
Strnev are allt tot lie awav from home. this week. lit )iha a eas t before Jls-
1l \ij* will le u" 's. t;ice of the Pea.- lR. i'oon Mcleod. He
The newcomer is not a member of sued for damages cattle had done his
Sthie clubs. He may go to the library crop. He got what he sued for (dam- All work in the
and read if it is open during his hours ages). Tho cost must be paid by Wil-
*f leisure. But here he must read. It liam, and he couldn't understand, but Roofing.$;uttering.
,, not a place ot social gathering, for it is true. ing, and lheet-Meta
conversation might disturb those who Judge Mcl,eod says he acquired just
are trying to read as much skill while he was an appren- solicited, and esilyci
S "But he finds bar-rooms open and tice as carpenter, but not half as much
full of jovial good fellows, for the bar- pleasure as writing deeds and perform-. taken to please m
rooms as a rule are not the places of inmg marriage ceremonies
drunkness that those -who stay out of The mail sacks are all that a man rolns .
them generally suppose. Drunkards can carry, and they are not filled with
are not desired in them, especially if Congressional Records and free seed, iun
intoxicated at the time. A rowdy' but business mail matter. When Post- nm I
noisy drunken man has no warmer wel- master Roberts gets into to his new I Plumbing a S
come in a bar-room that caters to the building, the delivery wagon will be
better class than he has anywhere else. required, as it will be further from the
"Good men are found in bar-rooms depot. J. M. SANBORN. sO
who do not often overstep the bounds of I r __ -'.gI St -_in k T u.
moderation, and the young man who is 'Case of Stomach Troubles.
not acaustomed to drinking finds cornm.- When a man has trouble with his
panions there that he could meet with stomach you may know that he is eat-
profit anywhere else. But while he is ing more than he should or of some ar-
not required to trade he feels he is ex- ticle of food or drink not suited to his
pected to and drinking at first for corn. age or occupation, or that his bowels
panionship the habit may grow on him are habitually constipated. Take T
i to has ruin. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- T 0
"What we have said of the young lets to regulate the bowels and improve CopMg
man coming to Jacksonville is true to the digestion, and see If the trouble .Ane.swM skeeA W
some extent of those who are reared does not disappear. Ask for a free ino Seo P
here. Men are social by nature, and sample. Sold by Tallahassee Drug i trel ,
shouldd have some place other than the Co.
alah-rooms where they can go sure of Guen--.Cerntei4. B M T ai
wI j aant companions. In Jack- In response to a r t emandthe II I
s e bar-room is the poor man's GIsn rePitu aefT ema yh Am*e
"l veb himabetter one." Gibon Picture Senesof The Sunday "Ia a.
__e____World WILL NOT END. Another S rp ioT ani
Bealh a the Casal Zoe. medallion head will be given next Sun. ZI!U slnesi.

The high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our young arti-
sans to jointhe force of skilled work-
men needed to construct the Fanama
Canal. Many are restrained however
by the fear of fevers and malaria. It
is the knowing ones-those who have
used Electric Bitters-who go there
without this fear, well knowing they
are safe from malarous influence with
Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood
too biliousness, weakness and
all =tomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Guaranteed by all druggists. 50c. *
Philadelpha Primitive BaptistChurch,
colored, prgld. Preaching every
Sunday, and p.. Sunday School
at 9:OWa. m. B.Y. C A. 1100 a. m.
Seerament and footwashing every
fourth Sunday night. Our white and
colored friendsare cordially invJted.
Aj Ray. A. R. PINDmR, Pastor.

day. This picture haa never before
been circulated except in Mr. Gibson's
most exclusive and high-priced books.
This drawing will be followed by a
NEW series of Gibson drawings,
TWICE THE SIZE of the series we
have been giving away. Order the
New York Sunday World from your
and remember the next tinie you suffer
from pain, caused by damp weather,
when your head nearly bursts with
neuralgia, try Ballard's Snow IAnl-
ment. It wil cure you. A prominent
business man of Hempsted Texas,
writes: "I have used your liniment.
Previous to using, it I was a great muf-
ferer from rheumatism and neuralgia.
I am pleased to may that now I am free
from these complaints. I am sure I
owe this to your liniment." Sold by
all druggists.

b. 2), 1907
hassve. Fla :
me your pa-
with all of
Democrat is
It gives one
own ine. but
1 did Talla-
the papr so
n. Wishing
p'rous year,
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iJ & ** MuLl, uFa1r.
LMs Ma FeOn.
Lost, between *:30 p. m., yesterday
and noon teday, a bilious attack, with
nausse sad ack headache. This los
was oesioned by finding at all drug
tort a box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, the guaranteed cure for bilious-
ess, malaria and jaundice. 25c. *
Miss Alice Taylor, youngest daughter
of the late Captain and Mr W.R Tay-
lor, became the bride of Mr. Thomas
Lane Saturday evening. The marriage
was selemnis d in St. Johns Episcopal
Church late Saturday afternoon. Rev.
Dr. Carter, the rector, officiating.
This wedding was replete with roman-
tie features. Mr. and Mrs. Lane had
known each other only a few weeks
The youNi man had recently come here
from the Wet, and was employed in
the mechanical department of the Sea-
board Air Line Railway. He is very
much esteemed by his associates, and
is maid to be a young man of fine prom-
Ise. For the present Mr. and Mrs.
Lane are staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Williams, on North Duval
TheT Tecll at Haeals
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
It's the hae plt combination of Arnica
flowers an helin bialsms ever com-
ponded. No matter how old the sore
or ulcer is, this Salve will cure it. For
barns. alds, cuts wounds or piles, it's
a absolute cure. Guaranteed by all
druqglte. *25c
; .
On the road toward Lake Bradford,
lat Seturdy, a brown Cravenet La-
dy's Coat. ider will be suitably re-
wardd by returning same to Florida
Female college ofce 21-t
Mr. Albert H. Roberts, stenographer
to the Justies of the Supreme Court,
left Tuesday morning for a visit to his
home In St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Hopkins, of
Ire Oak, came up Sunday to attend
the funeral of their brother, Mr. John
B. Hopkins, returning Monday after-
The corner window of Burns & Co.'s
ste is only a reminder that spring
Ws are a m stty, and if required
bfore Eater, rdra should be placed
at ene. 2
Miss Alma Osteen, sister of Mrs. G.
W. Moore, left Wedneeday morning for
her heupe at High Springs.
Mr. J. M. She, expert measure and
fitter for Chl-ao's popular merchant
tallon, d. V.-Price & Co., will be
WJf Burns A Co. March 18th and 14th.
Hon. B. E. MeLIn, commissioner of
agricllture, and- on. H. Clay Craw-
Sford, A eretary of ate, spent three
days on a fishing expedition to the
Wakula Iverr.
Five hundred samples of spring suit-
Ings can be found at Burns A Co.'s
store March 18th and 14th, and an ex-
perienced tailor to take meaMures
urns A Co. will se that no Hint in
delivered unless a perfe t fit. 2
Rev. C. B. Wright. of Quincy, will
preach at the First Itaptimt Church

Notie is heb 0w w.ag
U3'eimn, Ib4 tay, mid M
seMMe then t t the of t t oean-
cak ise E B s/alkm d t-a -e-ir be
closed. Taheavediters the MerM tlaEx-
#eane* Bank we a.. hwe t at theNaeid
hank istos up ke f m realred
to present tr eCeams agint te -rstle Ex-
char-e Bank for payment.
By order of the Do"r of DIreMtom
(CrWa M Hm., W.. COACHMAN,.
ATMun F. fay. secretary. 41-9t

If pem blood M. frae, tM ddle hd. hot or
full of humor,. if you have Wd polIo.. cancer,
rarbulnees. ea-ting m mes.mfoha mc-M. itch-
ings, risings and bumps, *edby, pimply skin,
bon pains, catarrh. rheumeatim, or any skin
disease. take Botanic Blood BalIm B. B.)
soon all orh. ha, ache and pain. stop an4 the
blood es made pure ar rs. Druist or by ex-
r3 91 DpTr large bottle. Sample frM by wrtne
Blond lm Co., Atlanta. Ga. B. B B. is esp*e
really advised for chronic, deep-seated eases, a it
cures after all is. falls. 40-lyr
Notice fore Pblicateio.
February 4. I9W7.
Notice I hereby given that John W. Hamlin. of
Newport. a.. has filed note of his Intention to
make final oommutatson proof In support of his
claim, vis: Homestead Entry No. 216= made
September 6. 19W, for the H4k sdion Towrn-
ship 2 3,. Range2 E., and that msid proof will be '
made before Clerk Circuit Court, at Tallahaaase,
Fia.. on March O, IW7.
* names the following witnesses to prove his '
continuous reideneo uomn and cultivation of aid
land. viz:
A. M. Alexander. E. K. Whaley. D. Andrews. J.
H. Lowrey, of Vereen. ria.
akiNv B. Camse, Register.
Discharde Noee.
NI months after the date of the finst publicsa-
ton hereof I w pr t my final asont. to the
County Judge of Lon County. FlI and ap-
ply for disehere a Admlnitratr of the
estate of M. C uaaaway. n
Ta)lahame., r oi.. Fb.Ie. 1,9 I. Om
Chamberlal's C 111 Seme1y to seth
*ear bl a 1989btlv.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no
superior for coughs, colds and arou,
and the fat thatit is pleasant to take
and contains nothing in any way Inju-
rious has made it a favorite with moth-
ers. Mr. W. 8. Pelham, a merchant of
Kirksville, Iowa, says: "For more
than twenty years Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy h been my leading
remedy for alt throat trouble. It'{
especially successful In eases of croup.
Children like it and my customers who
have used it will not take any other."
For sae by Tallah e Drug Co.

A Kappa Alpha Fraternity Pin,
held shaped, set around the border
with alternate opals and diamonds,
Finder will receive liberal reward by
returning same to
62tf At the Court House.

Help Wanted.
Ten Bright, Intelligent Fami-
lies to Learn to Work in Cotton
Mill. Comfortable home, good
wages, healthy surroundings,,
good school facilities on grounds.
nly persons of good character
need apply.
Z. M. FLOYD, Supt.,
PELHAM, GA. l-5t

Wanted. at Once!

sunday morminl and evening. .1
S Notice^ Competent and Reliable
A p.'cial convoation ofr Florida Stenographer. Steno-Book-
Royi Are.h 'ha.pter No, will hI held Keeper. Steady position to
at r, p. m. o, MinVidty, March Illth ,1
lW1F7,whi.h ifli'imnepanion- are urgentt l, right party with good con--
requ(.. ., to hit,.in. Work in ii .id-. tcern l(catd( in Tail.iah see.
Bty orIr W I IA 1 1 Yoiung lady )preft'rr'dl. Ap-
Atte- A'll n i t "'II I IAMI .-.. i )I1\ :it 4mnet

Proposals for City Certiflt(Asos.

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i'sdi HIMtce
Ft~(~ irsF t. 1 loss .1 I Ii II
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owta iett, f~idC'* 444ve ''* 4..l ofI Il.4~
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new barrel. Aad1r, o.
at LEVY noe.,
eoratlers, VerUlrael
Now is the time to send in your or.
ders for Fertilizer for
Sweet Potatoes,
Sugar Cane, and
Vegetables of every kind.
See R. A SHINE, Agent.
January 22, 1907-48-tf
Fresh Oysters.
I will have fresh oysters every day
until April lst. Orders from my cus-
tomers will receive prompt attention.

The Best Styles



Long Silk Gloves, and Kid
Gloves, Dainty Collars
and Handkerchiefs.
The Ndwest Material
in Fancy Work.
in Germantown,
Saxony and Shetland
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahassee, Florida.
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To Put On Day Service
as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fand, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
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State Capitol
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We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle-
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UsElectric Light ad

The City Electric light Plant is now prepared
to supply an un lhite, number of new cus-
tomers and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahamee and mu be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
levied on the property of every taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant Rates are reasonable,
and the best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .

They're on Time.

Sh\\ite God. ) (res Goods.

I actus atul mbroide(ies.

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\ Shoes! Shoes!! .

SOf very Grade and for all |

Stations of Life. Come see.
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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket avinags banks to help you 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 ladieaband bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We ftrnish 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 be 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 wiae to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not makIg anything. But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest on all depools of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first dayof April Mnd October.
Below 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 8 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
10c per pay for 6 years..................1M ........ .. $11.14.-----.. --...-------..-...167.64
20 per cay for 5 years..--.....------------...... 818.00.... ......... --- --- .28.........----------.....-.... 85.28
25c per eay for 5years...--.--...---------.......... 891.25--.............-----------..... 27.8----....------............ 419.10
30c per ay for 5years..----......------....---... 4............---------.. 38.42........-......-----.--..--- 6502.92
60e per tay for 5years.----....--........... 7.0----..---------...55.70........----------..... 888.20
100e per cay for 5 years.................1,6.00.... -...-....----....-----..111.40....---.........---..---. 1,676.40
The capWtal stock of the savings bnk is 80,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to .*
Your business with us will be held strictly confdantial.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.

IV~eaft esises



G. E. LEWIS, VIcOOsrati



Mr. T. H. Lloyd was among his Tal-
lahassee friends again Tuesday.
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins has returned
home after a pleasant visit to friends st
Miss Nellie Todd, of Baltimore, is the
Suet of her cousin, Miss Ella Nash
W -od violte" Tii7W ssI two.
yearm a, and has many friends her4e
who are delighted that she has returned
to Tallahassee.
\ Mr, and Mrs. lltr Lee Wight re-
joice in the birtwof a daughter to them
at their home in Cairo, Go. Mrs.
Wight was formerly Mim Augusta
Chittenden, one of the most popular
girls in Tallahassee.

It you need to have your monuments
or tombe made like new, see C. J. Clark
at Hotel Leon. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Moor and son,
and Mrs. J. E. Winter, of Macon, cou-
sins of Miss Clem Hampton, have been
in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
Cox for several days.
The Georgia cotton Co, of which
Hon. A. S. Wells is agent in this city,
have been buying all the cotton In sight
in this city during the week, and Wed-
nesday closed up a deal with Levy
Bros., from whom they got 1,800 bales.
Have your monuments reset on good
foundations, cleaned up, and make your
cemetery lot look neat. See C. J.
Clark, at Leon Hotel. 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ellis departed for
Tallahassee Monday, where they will in
future reside. Mayo Free Preis.
Hon. Henry N. Walker, of Craw-
fordville, was on a business visit to
Tallahaisee. Tuesday and made us a
pleasant visiI. I
Dr. F. M. Ifunktr a;nd wife. "f
Lloyds, was aniorn1 thri> many "laila-,
hassee friend I antn ; Itn i -,p .ntati.r s nit.ain
Tuiesdayv. .ia i Mr Iiutik ,r plaid ihi.'
'tic'e "1 \i.-i' MIr- ".'jnk, r v ill visit
her i n St I.' *S A , ,!

Library Ceatract Awarded.
The board of control has recently
awarded the contract to build the Car-
negie Library at the Colored Normal
and Industrial Senool in this city to our
popular contractors, Child Bros. It is
to be a $10,000 building, given by
Mr. Carnegie and to be maintained by
the government, will add much to the
%o m Rt 0 stitte's highest colored
il1ro1 will put up a nice build-
ing, and we congratulate them on re-
ceiving the contract.
Have you ordered your spring suit
through Bumrns & Co.? If not, remem-
ber that they will have a Chicago tailor
here on the 13th and 14th for the sole
purpose of taking measures, and suits
will be guaranteed to fit. 2
Mrs. W. H. Cocroft of Watkinsville,
Ga., sister of Mr. G. 6. Gibbs, is visit-
ing Mr. Gibbs' family. He had not
seen his sister for 37 years, and she
recognized him on sight, in a crowd at
the depot.
Hon. Chas. a Cay made a hurried
aisit toJacksonvilleduring the'week to
transact some important business with
Col. Raymond Cay, who was too ill to
come here. He haa returned, and their
friends are pleased to learn Col. Cay is
recovering well from his case of la
Mr. Fred.A. Hardee spent Sunday
with relatives in Madison.
Miss Mary Page Randolph and Miss
Edith Elliot, who spent lat week in
Jacksonville aq the eu-4tsof Mrs Rog-
ers, have returned home.

ImpereMtM INet
On Friday eve, 7:80, March 10th, the
leader the B. Y. P. U. will speak from
Hebrews, 11:8-19. Subject, "Lessons
From the Life of Abraham." On
March 17th, from Prox. 3:1-18. Sub-
ject, "What is Suecess."
Everybody is invited.
Mrs. William Moore, who has been
spebdft a-whiU .in i elt ty vistig
her daughter, Mrs. Those. H. Bond, left
Wednesday for Lake City, where she
will visit, for several weeks, Hon. Silas
Bowie, her brother.
Mr. W. H. Haddock, of Dawson, Ga.,
intends to build two ,ottages at Pa-
nacea, on his lots, jid!V WGshes some
contractors, one or two, to make an en-
gagement to meet him either in this
city at Panacea Springs.
R. T. Matthews and family arrived
here from Tallahassee last evening,
and he will take charge of the Dowling
railroad shops. Mr. Matthews is a
machinist with a widespread reputa-
tion, and we are glad to welcome him
and hisfamily to Live Oak.-- Live Oak

J. C. Williamson, who has been em-
ployed by the L. (. P. & G., as chief
engineer, left for Tallahassee last night

In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
Circuit for Leon County. In Chan-
Alice H. Ro .omplainant, vs. Charles W.
Rosem, D nt-Divoei.
It havnv tbnw ato ur by the aaMdvlt
of the solletor of the commpl iat that the reei-
dono thetdetndant.Cbarles W. Rogers, Is not in
Plorida. but Is at Nontnomry. Ala., within the
United tat.s and that th is Wo pmerm In the
8tate o Florida the services a sbpoa upm
whom would bind the said defeat. a od tat th

to be ad to esid bill at s
or a, on tony. April th let. I. a
that this : be publ bed on c a week for four
coneuiv week In tho Tr D orat. a new-
paper Mshed In the city 4f TaahasseeMM in
the Stat* of larida.
Witnes, Henr T. Pelkel. Clerk of said Court
and the seIl thereof this Ath day of February. A.
Clerk Circuit Court.

W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director

Licensed Embalmer.


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Fine Cotton Seed!
i a &aa m %&ma alSAfsaman.

A tn e copy. MA I 11 FIL M U k I
Auttet-HuNIY T. FKLII- ..
i-4t Clerk Circuit Court. Cotton from the above Seed
Aaf^^ a sold last year at 12j cents r
Appate tr Discharge pound, the same day that ot er
Notice is hoerby give. that I will, on the 4th day COtton sold at 91 cents, grown
SS9i, i ., ,,, .B ,,ion a., for C. E. Bradley.
D: Hartt deceased. to the County Jude o Ln b
county. =o&da. at Tallahame. Florida. and ap- Fr le DV
ply for a discharwe an such Executrliw,
G. B. HARTT. 0
Elerutrix of laMt will and testament of If a ran I rImilII/
1)n. Ha iMoet.. l uI li i .

to accept his old position with the Sea-
board. He and his wife have been here Tetter, Sall Rheum and cteama.
for about four months, boarding at A. I
D Hemmings, and have made hosts of There are diseases for which Char
friends in Live Oak. Their depru-tire berlain's Salve is especially valhabl
will be sincerely regretted by our p.o- It quickly allays the. itching and smar
ple. Live Oak DIeminrat. ing and soon effects a .'ure l'nri' ;
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kitchen and bath room, with five
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The ,TKly was ough t ri "all'ha'.,e*.
where 'il e.'rtaker W. 1I. l'r .iri',u-
had charge of funeral arrangrn. fnt-,
and MetArr. Karl 'erkins. thobert Wict.-
ler, Fred. llardee and G. W. l(ennett
acted as pall-bearers.
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(Coestimusid from ft rit Pogo.)
for-us frow a Ixasneas utapdps nt? It
1rvvcause for just criticismi by the
oaftde world. It impresses the people
L wiS the idea, whether true or not,
khla we armt- a the least, care-
leW Wand lhfferent concerning our
Prison claws. That we are grwina
mercenary on prison matters; that we
think an6 t~to father the sheck les
foro mter nyv. I knew that our
people do not feel that way, but our
reputatle. In affected by the facts a
theyq now W114t
"Have our lawmakers or our citizens
C awrally stopped tri consider the fact
tht we stand solitary and alone ins
leasing women black anid white- f~r
monied conmilerati'ai' hr .SUbjec.t hall
given me much inerital corscrl i1fI
was tIrset calledl to the o.si'.rs tIst
placed the .s i.-o(r4'r141141411''1113 sup'' F-
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meagre un of $750.00for four years_ lMe f t. Taxs tI CLW0 100110o
($18750I per annum durc -r. Mei.n'I, Yoam attention is called t to a .. ILLIONS
administration) the num of settler section W o a tf OeneraN -l_ -
but clant oAmorksf bt n a .i
been added to the state'a population. April Ist of ch year. ith time for
IMMIGRATION. you to fil out dl hand in to the Ta The Orestest Tril
While the Constitution provides that Assesr, youj Tax eturnfor teu ri
the commissioner of agriculture shall rent fear. I will gladly mfuirn yet and declare it olre Whsme. 1
keep the bureau of immnlration, we with proper nks for this purpose on
have not been furnished with mean to appif FOR S
conduct this part of our work in any In cases *lere you have bought or
degree of satisfaction to ourselves or sold rqietate bring me your di a I No TAN TIN A
to the credit of our state. eour years order to have the correct deerptioa f dofON ANT INi l
since the legislature arve as an approe- the land asS out on the tax roll,
priation of $750, which is all the funds Please do not delay this matter for Fruits an
ever given the department for this on April let, I must begin writing the
purpose since the repeal of the immi- Tax Roll for 1907, and it will be too TALLAHASSEE -
gration law in 1891. We prepared and late after that date to make any chang-
published one thousand copies of a es that you may desire for said year. TRY IT AND YOU WILL
Iooklet on Florida, its resources, etc WILLIAM 0. AxM.m
giving each county as full representa- Tax Assessor, l.eon county
tion as our limited means would per- Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 1, 1907.
mit. In less than six months these A-- A NEW
had been uudri and many calls for it, IAstE
had to be denied We yet have calls .s t, .. --

for -it fron-i Iperx)sos. in other states
From time' to tirji'
TJo know theri' is much interest man-
trested in (our state by p)4rm~intit i other'
-tate's, it i,4 silil v'.e'col-spary to) read the
('OMMhfIJ M yat 'fs I ha t comne'to this. 'office
esu'h we '.kIrs' lir relilable inftorma-
tio.n. l f.k or --pioiribiutions from the'
II.tkit Ifin(! 1.. s [pro';sare'ilto'r ids-.trim-
ti'.i pji rtt-iJ h ni 55re'lative' top their
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I hifh "1,16,i f,' if, i v. ith s I il. Ffiflear 4 lit i,'
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Is4I'4 'lIA4.14'"fill L4 iis15' t. rfsliti~ois~m 19. ave
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tia fe 'w w, % lliiiht finod o otli (iiftll)Efl[a-
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lot- phase .1 ,shsi~r thcs' 4idole'(if thI*negris
rise e Sit11orflIes' it) st sy, thle eomri".-d
5v15,154'I ldt- -i loth -0.1 ''l th~at, lie 14INsto be -
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t r u lo m tlel i 'll tist ; l i I, I '1 ,e ..i l i .I'i,,, i i , .'i 'l I, | w ill I (],. ,s' 1 111.
r 'V I'n u, i f. fin the' Itre' t *l I stI ,i. ,I,1 r. sil- l : l l4 1i h It tI l ;ll Ii .. I l (i,
io l hise i lh r I ,lthu r i i 1, t -ri 1i. *s ,I I '. .%l.l I ill-ill . lt l .. 'I t fill
'eonsi iv l ag h' a 4o u l I la s is t ii ii 9V w 'isly. l fi tl ki'
54l' til il hi Mu I) fI 4 thiS 11 I ltl ift1ii til5 ( r F' ,'' i i l ,iil 'hi'' tI 'in. lis ccl 4V
I'til-gs f 'tr lu IIV I'li is 'l' ,, '.. it h-si t I, I- i d .III I hfli Is .t 11i .i tIiterh Ith '
regf ril fuss r t Is. ( ,ii .,'i' .iliii,'.- 5'' *Iimg |fvh.*' i rsg 't s 1 s ishtl /+' hiy ti.e .t>l<' tI'
UlIpon i' ill It'n (' 1 th 11i 1 hE i I nite' ., .l li' itIhi iiM 4low UM ,l l'it r)111 tie.'
a1 rt ol Ihl (li'iS i tl rl..i- hn', ,f |',risirimfIrI l'sr Itll t e I lf-ul'..I .s A
I'l.At% T1I MIrI T Iof I l .M iN I 4 a l i il ifIx t)I\ w. llel ils" IisV'e to It' [l, it '1 by thi '
i. 1 fitl em t, :Is upl4erit.rit the fuliils 1l4w
Mr. Mcl.in suggest n Ih. ,lte s ilor gliti o this. counties from the hire of
so.mel <,f ithe d ef.ects for th r it thline ,,,,co l et's, i.,.,i i tax levied Ito co,,v r the
systln op<.l.ratld in t lorida that thelv- expense now borne by th. lessee tto
lature enm Iower the IboN.II of 'fommffi properly r maintain, lodge and transport
sioners of N tate iNltitutilio., ...r -,,mo the serisonersI from dateof sentence and
ommNH"iiln that it might lt'.t' t l'- $111,,r capital paid the prionr on dia-
chase out of the funds.atrilg fro. ii l charge b% the state. This would be a
hire of state conicti, the lrtnt 'n- much reater burden of taxation than
trial hospital property, ior t Io ,select would ies supposed from a superficial
other property, and ti consttruct ,luchl vit,-w iThe rirt two propositions being
l um as in their iudgmetit should 'l*rriect, the lueition is how to minim-
b bue l, to form it busts1 un11 which ,IZ, the tax burden indicated. Author-
could be built up a central pirisn, to i'e the 'cuntiea, if desired, ton iue
stop the lasing of female lirixoner to Iindit to s.cure the ready money to do
tbe set to the works where male pri- extensive work on their roads. Pro-
toers are employed, and to discontnut vide for then mone y derived from the
the LlsIng ofall not callable of doing hire of the state's prisoners to ibe used
full manual labor. to pay the interest on the bonds and
This would remove the stigma that furi a t int fd to mnt the
attaches to the lesm system, it would bonds at naturitv. Provide, further,
th, in r. J t be that said cunt hall furnish a small
best to be found for our conditions. but definite cent. taxation
He says, "It is not a question of but definite ier cent. by action is .
coatin lone iis a eti .f supplement this rold fund. months way
sting money.Itina n? q tion (ifwe get indirectly the labor of the prisa-
good. docent government. We cannot oner. on the public roads, with the least
conduct a governmental a the lines poible taxation and the least injury to
of the ecivilation of the ate without thej isson system. We solve another
xpe We are fearfully hind the objection to prison labor which is, com-
itime., except In making lf t out of petition with free labor. For the pria-
all of our prioners. In this alone we oner will be worked in lines of labor
Sa by far the leaders of all thethat is not overstooked, and often at
Inmates. Mr M in l points that free labor does not care to
in ohie dport Mr. Mallenc c t ato11no te because remote from close commu-
tton to the deplorable condition of the nication with thu- outside world. The
{solus ednvictah throughout the state '
feoun convicts thriogheut al state prisoner's labor is used by this means
for whum there is nis general system of to furnish a field of labor for the free
control. managementror insetion.ofur a field f labor rtefh
eontr is no coumnementy prison ynetioemIn man and the means to pay for his
Florida worthy of te name. work. By honest. intelligent and judi-
Sthe subject of immiratin Mr. clous management this method will
il. thesubjlat of immigration Mr. build more miles of ood roads., with
MeLn takes a stand, fully in keeping less direct taxation, than can be built
with the advanced thought e with the use of the prisoner's labor di.
of th state. Florida has had wi lith theurofdo'
Influx of settlers, particularly rect the .rod
from the southeastern states. An im- Alice BR IseveltsI Weddlig
miration of the best of ow citizens
from our neighboring states lie evi- wai something to le recorded in the
dntly is not in sympathy with the idea annals of history. Ilerbine haw been
of fling the state with foreign emi- acknowleeild the greatest of liver
glrasta Oem the alums of European cit- regulators. A lomitive cure for bil-
CO M but would advertise the state's op- i us headaches., constitution, chills and
P portalties and advantages tothehome- fever, and all liver complaints. J. C
rof the various states, and draw Smith. Little Rock. Ark., writes:
i' 1 o n the better class of settlers "HIerbine is the Kreatest liver medi-
Sa home and competency. Much cine known Have used it for years
S be d by the commiseaoner to It does the work." Sold by all drug-
,smsc such emigration, and while the gists.

One small ay mar within blaze in
forehead, has once been shot in left
side of neck. Any onA firing her will
be rewarded for .same
W. (C I'lu HE,
51- ltpd. S.<,,s:'heoppy, Fla.





mph of the Ceilti y
Fas an M iles miuered


d Groceries,

HOS LtU1 *



Dr. M. F. Gourley Propr.

Open D.ay aid Night. Itooms Neat and Clean.
%% ithl the Best the market affords.

TSIII1shse, Fla.

Table Supplied


Meals, 25 Cents.

Dr. 1n Ti ilt"hrIhlli of Thomna.qvlllp,
O a Itp i -.s'llscli i 10 '.iImii In l ie
Soiit l, I. 1)y <'lithil liastic OVo.r the
Coil JlIv4lr' doil I'l r Ipitillr Vinol lie
1;1' -. lh;vo 1is t- l ViViol In ily fam-
Ily mill'l hi l i ll g lrall pr1ei'llr'4, wIth
the tli .t satisfalrrt)ory Ir 'siilts. It Is
i'xce ''lin ly l-rnt-fl lhil toI thios-- afflict-
pd with rio1 1 linchfl or piilriion;iry dis-
CL-H's liinl toi rE, 'i'' nl sir igtli.."
Tlihe r;i soni Vinol Is so fitr s' tili'or
o omld f;ishls li'( 'foi"l liv,r oil and
VmlilHIelois ,18 Is h 'Cfsii-4 P It Is 1 i reil coil
llvfIr proiparation from which all thoi
itls .s fil llinae sbrn 'llmlnated and
tonic fron Idde-d.
W o' ask oviry wrakt, thin, run-
down. nervi-is ri il aged person in
town, itnd all thosn suffering from
'hrone Ic rol)d1. roighmI nind wak liings, .
tu try Vinol on our iir (Jai ga'intte.
Tallahassee Drug Company.

Economy Fence!
It ,, i in t 11 1 oI -i to i 'c -
itl itb ,ile lip iV Vit l te o 'n*s m

I l'sii '. ;tnlt kni W il t > i '
it ti \ *l" 'l

BEST and

c.iin Ile 1 built for less thali
15 ents it Iod.

William Roberts,

4I -tf Centreville. - Florida.'

Jeft. D. Perrell,


General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years

Lodging, 2$ Cents.



'.at plent i 'u 't .- p sound,
I'atv \ bilu.. alnii take in the town.


Confectioner & Crocer


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.

Eo4kW. emo

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Phee. &ad 1poefealletems ffra lsoed. AH kinds of buNdiags ,62OW
meI inetaueted meeardlag to the I ateet improved meftods.
3M Woerk-M mva ores f all kinds at rough siad 4'emodei b
maeOMstar m" 1 a.blm..sporch esiwuna, hesokets, od% if
ft Wls e Wmamest mad tamed a"d seeU work of oey 4dgsp
Urn bi. 00@1o las d Comeit fteesale.
Merdeve WIN eseliS prompt AtIatlee..We gumetes m am-U
40 Ib a" 4m I To everyprtlewla. Frio". resMable.
OdkNbe i dLmber Iwd o lebsud Air IUsea, weIla & 4d
Cosmw JaIL

peoag -.


Old Kemoer Livery Stables.

C. 1. SCHOEMAKER, Propr.

experience ... Under New Management.
1 portion of the public GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.
patronage Is soliclted OEPN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NO. 38
and satisfaction uaran.N
"'e SAVED! !

In the Circuit Court of orionda, 2d Ju- 50 per cent. of your Shoe Bil by having
dicial Circuit for Leon County. In, 1
Chancery A I I \V
Sadle Harris. (Comwsnnilini vI. .,ws iIarris. i.o Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
fendant. l "..r )., i)irem. Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
oft the, itof thcna .a hee NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
k iten Ai bri ..e. ;er within the Un+ Cleaning, Dyeing and Presaing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
teed.Sates. and *tht the.reino pe"..n i the tat. suit mzae new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
woub.nd the .t a~i *it,,,j a .d th1 ,a to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
,,I % tist,.er (de (>u .hth air nw iest. N o 342 CI-tom St,. Telepltone No. 75.
JoHarrs. be, and he hLvsh)t tmquired sto NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
am a .pear m Mon msa. rh. f,,tmrth day of Marth.
1 t. and ethatthlni lnd to Ma pbl ed once a week .. .-
fRo k1e1 ein-rutl^ w..tn h Te Frelach Laadua. NMchage eticet.
"a 7wewr publahml ii I he City of TaIlahsaaa
andmaduuitr *lml1 tr. .... OTICE IS HREBY GIVEN THAT dIX
Witn. Hnry T. .Irti. clerk q f *ai court, French langnae Kaft at residence. month. ar1I tHar GIVEN THAT sIX
am sth, mal thes-of.ehi. h 4th day ,4 Latest improvOd metOo. Cover as- tan hrIar .w q tr lnalm to aeq
nu.rFNRY T A FELKI.. tional. Grammarical, by experienced fasAd satroftease
C1,rk tCirc-uit uCsr. Parisian teacher. Moderate terms. c. r.-I e.da......o.... ---,,-,
At ..T ,r T. ,t mi, MADAM MAILLARD OwN., A. dM.mA nN o.
Cterk ('rcit Court. 4.-4 44-tf Leon Hotel. Talhh...e. ra.. Nov. ,. I A Mnl





P. 66 WGK

J. 6;? .


F.P& bMr.

U^ ^.a dir, to pt out ad Injoy

e bught out and you wonder
dthe flannels. ot ihen a cold

i andpeopia say that grip it
A. Demat saJ. P. 8. Heven
K f. I Mi .^MWW.
Ndanerowausn days of prd-wing brin, as
Smuch danger to out and enjoy
Sberlaing air and unsheme.dy
dot av been housed up all

mor ,h atd you will have nothing wonder
S always came from. The heavy
e lothh ins thrown aside and
known a channels. Then a cold
when it wais sead. It is pleasant
dangerous than in mid-winter it.as
is much danger of pneumonia.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
or, and you will have nothing to
Jk. It always cures, and we have
is when it wag used. It is pleasant
ssafe to take. Children like it.
or sale by Tallahassee Drug Co *
e ep It Oat of Paper."


AUl Kinds of Fresh Meats.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.


P. O. BOX Z10,

J.-M. SA'LS.


L Is the cry which the locai newspaper
ublsher daily hears. To oblige often
eosts consideration, though the party General Builders and
whomakes the request thinks the grant-
ring scarcely worth saying "thank you" Repair W ork and
for. A newspaper is a peculiar thing
In the public's eye The Hewsgatherer Build
is stormed at because he gets hold of Buildings a Sp
e item and is abused because he does -
t get another. Young men. and often
young women, as well as older persons, Contracts for w ork i
perform acts which become legitimate
items for publication, and then rush to solicited and satisfact
the newspaper office and beg the editor
not to notice their escapades. The next guaranteed
day they condemn the same paper for *
not having published another party do-
ing the same thing they were guilty of,
Sforetting, apparently, their late visit
to the punting office. -Gainesville Sun. Ne W COnS t, ante
Large Weatcott moanment.
Mr. C. J. Clark, Qf Clark's Monu-
mental Works, Aml us, Ga., is stop- UNDER NEW MANA
ping at the Leon Hiel. Mr. Clark is
here to superintend the erection of sev-
eralmonumentwhichhe has shipped THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED!
from his plant. One of, if not the larg-
est monument erected in Florida, wiTl GENERALLY R
be placed by Mr. Clark on the cemetery GENERALLY R
lot of the late Judge Westcott. The
states for this monument cannot be NEW -
hauled by wagon but will be drawn by
testion engine, and will roll the parts
e' timbers laid with large rollers placed
Lthorea. 1 Thae Verv Reant.

for Sale.
Good cow. Moderately fed, will give
/three gallons of milk daily.
' / E. S. ROBZRTS,
0 l-tf At Evans' Store.
For Rest.
Large, furnished front room for rent.
SModern conveniences Apply No. 7
W. Clinton sat. 48.t



Do you want relief-in
just a few moments and
no bad after-effects.
If so, you have only to
take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
If subject to headache,
have them with you al-
ways. No harm eain come
from their use, if taken as
directed, as they contain
no opium, chloral, mor-
hine, cone, cocaine, chloro-
form, heroin, alpha and
beta eucaine, cannabis in-
dica or chloral hydrate, or
their derivatives.
Ask your druggist about
'It gives mn rrat rplenMure to be
ato nrer to the Dr. Milei Antl-
pa ils am the beat remedy we have
ever Ba in our house for the preven-
ttB an cure of headache. My wife
B been a constant sufferer for
ya with the above compaint. otIns
in toreommwndltin Dr. mies .Antl-
Sbor the1y may rail Into
a of t'M who *rffer."
J. L BUKBH, Watervlelt, N. T.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills ase sold by
Swe will uarntee that
c;W-. w..ll enftlt.i, It
csa.C*4 ElkIart, Ind


a AeOv %on Tj ffmoa~v %

I Contractors.

n the country
ion in all lines

ine Hotel,




Service at a

Reasonable Price.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.



0 0

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.

Will exchange

4 Give me


4. E. THEUS, Propr.



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Eastman's Sub-division of

Magnolia Height's Addition

These Lots are being offered to the public for a
very short time, and at an exceedingly low figure.
They are all well located, high and dry, and within five
minutes' .walk of the center of the city. We would
especially urge anyone wanting a Suburban Lot to call
and see us at once.

,, ..

Prie.s and Specifications Upon Request.

(Successor to A. T. Rolims)

Real Estate Agents.

A Cup.of White House or Ble Label
Noca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot.
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CoL Ns, Grocer.

Happy Colors
You know that there are colors which signify sadness, others which
Indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think how often people are
made sad or glad because of the colors?
You know that children and flowers thrive best in
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
? own home, then why not let us show you how to get
it in the walls by using

By having your walls decorated
with Alabastine you will make
them more artistic, more dur-
able, more sanitary, and will
make your home a more cheer-
fulplacetolivein. Letu show
you how easy and economical
Alubastine is, and how thedif-
ferent tints and stenciled de-
signs can be combined to pro-
Sduce "exactly the effect
\you want."
-We willlpti.r.. tsyuhtirl Ahei,-
:to amprior t.,,o.ve,%, i w.nuil Al W.
lug., i tyou will dive u us II Iportxwtl.

1LBX WADDELL, Don't Have Your
BA1KBR. At the Mill.

Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
Stockholders' Meeting
Tallaassee, Perry and Sethoeastera
around Annual Ueting of the above Corn.
rpanY a corpu tion und erthe law of the state
of Fonrda. will be bld at the afte of GemrTe P.
Ranmy. in the eity of Taliahamse. Florida. on
Wmdnomday. the 20th day of March. It7, at 4
o'clock p. m.
By order of the company.
mD. mKYLE. secretary.
Tallaha... FIla., Fb. Ir. 1-t

I build them under a
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.
For eat.
The Blocker house on Clinton street.
Possession middle of March. Apply to
Miss Nellie Bassett, Clerk's office.
See John tolUins for Job Priatt. g

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We Can Furni
Anything from


SiwN6 Machines S ,&
Remember the Name. **STANDARD."
OUr Agent is Ooing to Call on You.
Supplies for Any Machine Kept
Always in Stock.

Road Cart or a Light Buggy to
a Turpentine Gear or Log Truck

- and

You'll find most anything you
are likely to want right here,


A S 1]J ('I .A 1T1' Y.

Mall Orders Solicited.

Comer Adams
Clinton Streets,

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If you want to see the BEST in Furniture and
House Furnishings visit our store.
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