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: April 12, 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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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00111
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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RL,12, 1907. NO. 7.

I "PulMk JuI-Special Privileges to None.

d a* an ln the aggregate jut l I GaLAT
BOO *nt, however PROCUEDmIGS
books mayso In
som- ^ ^. CheapC HOW
We eBlg Ecemer.e t inZ m Abstaect of Business Transacted by
-- bta e --- -o ld be dear at Seaste and Hess.
^*B^-^bt to be aMe g8* Heoer. * 1M any these uniform ,.,
S : .. e & book fior In subject mat NAT.
5d ee Pt.P t t a ter and P a .t a if cant fact The Senate met Wednesday, April 3.
At_ b- b pybbe ea iolades matter. 7e wheO t that 9 pointment by t tate o Of a uni- ver te d e chep with 28 members present.
Sof Gvernor rowl wants agag law Ws be Id in form text-book *o have been boot. ti a why e they A message was received from tne
h ggts stthat ti Lesome quarters as a tite has introduced for thi cobmideration of not aal n the State m ge t
Sthat the"_' s' _the weaker side of- ab e mntroversy.-- the present leglature. Now, the qu.e- makes its selection? Let us Governor, making the report of the
pS"ibl pcbu g a gre gSavannah MorningoNews. e"e Of text book f notice the eoX of six uniform Commission to inspect the StatelInsane
is tl of te Th sare getting red hot in Tall ion of the soloi of text books for tStates. Texas Tennessiee Asylum. The report of the Commission
@ad ll beesese the majority of hasse. The Governor, with a whole-. our public schools, wMile not our most oKn South na North Car--w not vry flattering concerns the
l lbt him hbad" on khis out- ale load of pqu.e boau, Is not cutting important oduestie 1 .problem, is still an dAt u t t was not very flattering concerning the

mlRK whLom e popl leted. Aatoniamntu will orow with the fur- the authority th com from definite hat these chea w e d un- Senate, W. H. Harris :
i great St.tet-f orSt their consideration of the Governor's knowledge. Tha object is a compi. satisfactoryin th matter and in their Judiciary-H. H. Buckman, Chair-
S astounding ateh. It was expected coated one. Lack sace here forbids mehanica make? man; John S. Beard, L. C Massey,
waSdS.L __dthe. T.mes- /that he would at east try to vindicate any extended t hlon or ny multi- Let us not be d This e s ofJohn W. Henderson, W.Clark, .
00 lbel for a cartoon his poshation ofIn the draf mt t re. We a re books is pia but sseious B. Crews Park M. Trummell, Joeeph
t tlyt hipotion in the dra e matter, ree to howt the and s elusive. Ash tter of fact text H. Humphreys, F. R. Cone. Thomas
S pap rece since the irr tion and rainage ex- ments made in this rtlle are no mer books are not ex sive. All thin F. West, Frank W. Sam., E. E. Cano-
Sewpape ave en prtn have tetifed to the lack of the generates or va opposition. but onsidered they rrkab va, mes E. Broo J R illis, E.
n ho why .eons. who hnad ecessarb Information on which to be- are based on Irrle facts and can or t r rema ble apin, F Me Je.
veaBes, fnied or otherwise, with ain a work ef suoh cost and magnitude be substantiated by a multitude of at.a- nxeds The priKf text book Crontil, F. Hu ndmnt.John .
tthepn elect edi fixed by the unaltearl law of demand u constitutional Amendments-John S.
Ssio resulttothenewspapers.- He does nothing of the kind. It was tistile. and supply, as is co rice of every Beard, Chairman; H. H. Buckman,
S itngtou Veodict. thought that he would vindicate his de. What e s the chief erument advanced other commodity on rket Leo Jameri. E. Broome, Frank W. Sam. J.
hGee Won't that suit of Governor liberate refusal to abide by a test chose. bd the advocates pf State uniformity? laion cannot with I ity tamper R. Willis.
rwaurd'as ainst the Times-Union en by himself and his refusal to obey ECONOMY. This I an .attractive and with thi law In otord no Appropriation rank AdamChair-
IK uMOt matters that will not look the wishes of the people expressed at plausible ar ument, one likely to appeal State can adopt the best oks, and man; JposrHn Hdmphrak JameCa E.
S Im yl'int. The fur will ao fly.-the polls. He does nothing of the sort. to any legiature that has at heart the supply them to the school lower Crane, H. H McCreary, ohn W. n-
I Ta lla aeey Star. Since discontent had en loudly ex- interests of the people. Beyond doubt, prices than the prices charleds e ers.n, n. a ..
SNewa oomes from Tallahassee that pressed with the ruling that the Internal every misguided State leslture tat same bks in any other Stay g and Phosphate-C eett,
Se,Governor is suing the Times-Union I improvement Board was an independent has adopted State unifwormity has done attempt to lower the le gitirrma Chairman ; WK Jackson, I N Withers,
S divorce and $50.000 alimony. He is power, owing nothing to its creator, it so under the delusion that t was work- of books can result only in di E Crill F P Coe.
kingthe Floridian the co-respondent. was to have been expected that he ing for the good of its constituency. the real chepenin of mater Temperance Jom H Humtphres,
-Jacksonville Eloridiar would !sow law for this contempt of it has ben uuped by. specious argo- makeup., No true economy can 'ell rrmanr ; Jnew s ane, W M Ga-
S Governor Broward of Florida comes legislative authority. Here he only ments and has acted without sufficient from the trit to v in the face of a lu. I N Withera. F W Sams.
tin his message, in which he advo- provides a request for investigation to light. We should like briefly to call great heonnmi lw So much for the lie Hills. F W Sams, chairman
B draining the Everglades, gaming b reducee ] when l a another had besn ti tl attention of our readTrs to trc veral d ,thonamv" .v'inent. J une' Broomne. Dr Theop West, E E
hKiS t mellab, building good roads, pyint <.o. d in this ht deliberately de- imporuint considerations. Now, lurel\., o ndrifice the int,,resis .anovsiJ B <'r.,ws.
school teachers better sawllie.s clar hllis utter confided in tne ia.n- F1irt. It. is the part oa f vihdom to f e,'.r ,,e i the populin in rider (Cantl.,aind Tfl rph. J B Cr es,
reporting all negroes to some new c'nce, ability and integritof the men lrn troi t he Axperilne. B t'r. f o t rti t r tlu p Int fLairi John H ard. James /
Opatry. There are only two of thie~ for whom he. demands inve.Rn-- .tLt .rl*y tf.w individuals -l'ii aIy;thl!t.: ho mori. ,,rn county to county; to Conn, 11 .uckm .n. S W Clark.
That are practicable, namely: building th,. cost of the State. Why should ow itmn such.h wholesomee sou, 'e, artid 1.1,r- ,,. ,n ,j, in the price o, books I nmiiir on rD 1" "akerch'irman;
L ood roads and paying the teachers show a desire to involve the Stat." i haps St.ll iedwer Stat-es 'uri It'fi t ;,an' at the i, i dotil ..rs in '" M Hlud l John Noel, W K Jackson.
more. There are other improvements unnecessary expense? Thein comes s t'. misak. ad by ."th ,nn- m18 lo he c1h, e) ,t 1 iniri;iK. ;n.| ii; I. Cotti .
needed more than draining the Ever- desire to project a carIilate foir ofrc., wealth. F rloilj, ii ,. ai I ly h ii'ridar oualitU v S':t> "ir.s. .l"ohn Neel, chairman;
rdes; the public will not stand for the, without any equall ..sir' to protect the to learn w.s.im from 1i4 .it. i of o os :i unl m i .i..is n. \V' /im. ir onl S F West. Thomas S
i pressing of freedom of speech; an(d t. i ur party. 'h.e governorr k lnow.s f'ull 'exp' a i fr)t e son ri ot i sist ti I i''t tor t O( 1. u 1 i .< F Hud n,
^ i* to deporting the negroes, if it wan'. : vwil that, during the caipauin, h6 States Ve are as a 'tat. ,i ,,0 cnil,- /.,' l,,,ti. lu k betflor w, lh'ip l'uhhct I lh Dr th'op Wst, chair-
the neoes in Florida every turp'n- nil le far mnor damaging chalt;es to ti or t hz I rdlus ed<.,t, ,I x S*distilery, saw mill tobacco farm against the intents and purposes, lion- ments. liK:ghteen Statets .ve adopt, t tin to on. hhiylvb sigilicaint fuet WK JItckii E 8 till.
cotton plantation would have to esty and )paLriotisml of pajpas in thia "State uniforniiny aot one Siit.at<,f F, 'a ro h d t flr uni- P public llKtinyc. H a1 McCrearyr
ipwt down and go out of business; and St;te than they made against him. this eiglhteen is, or ever has hae *., dis- formnit coni,.'' We will not say. But r hwirhan H u'Baker. J A Alford, W .
iW it is owing to thise four indus Thee ch.irge, must hve 'rveasty dam- tinguished for edudationl irogrss. we wil say that it daoI w ot come from K .hIlck ames E Broonme.
tries have increased 55 uer cent in five aged such papers, the Times-lnion in- NoLt one of this eiglhtrn hl. S cve 'on- the ),-.ille con''rn4', in rdfuc lion, Fi he W Sams, chairman; J
years, we can readily see what would cluded, had the people believed them tribute an.Mthing to the cause and his- Now. wnen we want legI.dl advice. we A Alford hoop West, D H BaLker,
happen to the taxable values should the for a day. certainlyy they did not. for tory ot America, The great States f go to a lawyer, whn we are sick, we L C Mac
mainstay of labor be dispensed with- those attacks on the candidate and his Mat;sachusetts, New York, Ohio, Mich- seek a doctor; when we want profes- Militia lias F West, chairm
The Goidont policies were endorsed by the people igan, Ihlinies, irg.na, are conspcu- (ional advice of any kind we go to a Park M Tran ell. D H Baker, L
T re G tidon. go licis andorsed by thepeleo
Why should Governpr Broward attack and the courts. Moreover, they have ously absent from th State uniforn- specialit in tht line- with this strange Maey, W M rardeu.
S the fundamental principles of American since been sustained b incontrovertible ity" list. Very clear ly State uni'orm- exception: Whene we want advice or in- t'lCie. W Jackson, chairra;
S government from the little elevation of facts, for every one o the promises on ity is n s o tn ,educational awak- formation on educational toice, we .Jos II lumphr Frank Adams, John
h present position? Is he so dazed by which the Governor founded his prom- ending or of actual educational advance. rarely think of going to a teacher No! 0 Willis, John Henderson.
the apparent success of the President ises have falhln flat before experience. Again, as hlis bee said, economy i Every man thinks himself quali ied t Indian Affai F M Hudson, chair-
that e would follow in the same path. lHas his claims s to time or cost of the wautchword of the advocates of' un o expert opinion upon ma Crews homas 8 DaI CL
Seven at the humble distance prescribed drainage been justified? They have formuity. Ths e'omal nature tL i pertaining to the most highly l.agtt, E L Co ie l.,
by the relative strength of the nation been refuted in the sight of all men. clainted to have two as cts. irs.t, it .-ecializ.ed. dflicuit and inprtani of (an'in. John ilias charm as
and one of its least populous States? Have we learned on investigation that is said that unilormiy wall save money al professions that of EI1r'.mu ; lh uro'me. John eel i A Alford,
The governor has assured us that he the Governor was right in saying that for those people who move from y a do the edutionl umphrie.
was not learned, in the beginning, but the character of the lands within the to county; secondly, that uniformity about Sate unifo it ? i Mineral lesourcee L W Zim, chair-
he has dipped into the classics o late, Everglades was shown by the character will reduce the price oa text books. Lot to aches, coltge n unIvr? iC p- .n ; l'ho ras SD ,H J A Alford, W
a nd quotes frequently the names of L of those on the edges? Commissioner us consider each c l. mn in turn. fssor, State end coun v stuEriitn- K ,.ickon, I) II Bai.
adticr (swmlSlacate Prisons and pnvicts, A J" Al
eurgus and oer ancients. Evident Meade declares theoeverse. Instances First. Will uniformity really nve et. ither are strangly snt o ar Stat Prsons and vict. A J A
: e doesn't think himself unlearned might be multiplied, but one of these money for those rI'.ole who move from openly and utterly opposed tao tK rm,, lord. chairman; E E nova, E PCone,
V auw, for he breaks a lanceon theshield is enough to show that the work of ex- county to county? This is extr mely ura'. This agitation for s,'., inlilorii- linr Theop West, L W im.
of Jefferson, and denies the Bryanism position and explanation done by some doubtful. In m;s,'r cases they do not prr, n ii ostry. F P Conenchairman; C L
S e which he once boasted to deny the pilrs in the State saved the people' will find it necessary to prch ise e y Im.tght p('rhapi 1 we r, f. l ,,- l.ggtt. W M Gitrarde IN Withers,
the right to speak its opin- millions of dollars. And yet. in the few new looks, ,ii-N tlhetse lt iln 4nx- i i~l .y law loo S 'of him. "Gag the press, Gov- face of this showing, the Governor! pensn so slight ;s ,,, he disrir ,a dt1 ', t, *,,nsult thom- w!> n o1 ,-,. r,tl. y 'ubli, RKoads :md li,>ways. i W
ernor? Ir> what democratic school did eearca ask that such work he no longer wFurthermor,, h.\. ,nyv people ,.c u.lvi I, -. l.rd st, n ,i. and I.,rk. chcirma i; .J ames E' Hrane, E
you find that thought? Look ing back o',,siahle in this State, that the papers maove front pI l.ce? Abo, liv t,:ii i t. .i. taio, i. ts, Frank Adnams. .JohAi Neel.
Sen your own expalrienca ow, would t ,, dI I' ri' ct the ir ri)rdht to enter into pr cent. lir. in. i T. is from Sta ,,. I,. ,' ,[, 4 li Ir ina:re a' l ItI l. matiotk John S
^ you think thi a t,,ri'idate or h i(. li l p ap I alit l l u:,ii ,,-ii,'t o (atiickn agamn.nt a a Stt i raitlinn r f1rom .our y to ii ,:..1, i, g,', ,It.nd, ch..ir.n .i ,; .lotin R \R i!ll., JosC. H
Sore wroniga'a in the coiur'' of the l.st k' f c -o ,i ita .i lil:n iipioA of iany old counltV. If w .. iiv moniy t H aiiih t ,i Adaii., HulL n.
W debate? It' p.. 'rs i G do e .'nsunr a fi n fun ;--" co r ts.l 1 ( l or i'. i'fe rn, at nd h iy e t ofr iAot. V i' S a li.0r o 0i. i IIn. i' ea ..-s A I. I.H I,> ) i, .chair-
o of your claim t<, ;:.'" i.i. o hlodw ',' ,|' In at ti ,i, e uP I ath t ender tai b1t N:c aa. a e t. ln; \'a K ,*,i a, .'t .i, *a A"
the Eve(r lad' .. l f .. ,n ms : pr, 'fi c n''-e" '| il *' l t", ,. tar' W h.e w.w ni i hi, 1, I 1, . . .. l'< l , I
.o,.res en tposi tion? Ishesoda z ed byd is rom n in r at ul Joh nI trh

Should furnish tlh ''' r'L, a I oi i 1 h, i'' '' sip Thh I <' n l'i. pri , J t i c t f t w p ; & e i nio n p n o I B e Da y Cw -

ev hand t he tithl e t l..in. c. s ci..l in a.xia .rt i t ir : 1 ai. ' a n\' A >, n ', .', ,:, + ,i" 1 .: ., r I , 'i, ,. il M, I r .', i ll, R
:to some overr> trn B t': t. : .ion .b.e r at, in .ks (a 'a : ll 'e n, d 1 . iii !a, t 4 ". ia ni o n t I .s t. ,
ne heated by.court d1 i,, o t.i.t, ,,| ,, p : ,; ^*., ,, Pi .m,. ,a' .* l , 1 I i ,... M A lf r ,t .

D didn't the ut n klaist rh oi Sesd .athie sel.evna .e o'n'ir es i at n iw t'h. is !' . ... wi, l .. . ,. ,I a* ,s io. t /of l m
bought to deceive, .ha d i r a or,.di'th a.e c Dt;.it of ~ciwa it o N wi and. iatern t r .. to t . . ,' t I it Hr, -. .'.1. nd r
W. and no patriotirn m r c ,lt chiy. ni ,u l ,t .. e.c, iu. ",y'siclnly th t ui ft' i,,'. l ". u l? ,, .. ,. :. |i, ,, M, e. I lvC'l i r.
we grant that tl .,' '.' crilrnfnati 't. h *' . .':at, t 't ".i. i, '' .... ', 1 . I \ n, r 'nt1er
people sustained the charges of th< l >rn-. 'ii'Mi4lti it y!" '" 3 ,I e' ' ., ,1 ,. l .t. .'* 'i t.i .,'l l -I' I i i *i.t.
|rs which had relationMt. the subject t tvi'di.Y at n mn. .M.n Nl a n d w' '' '. ., r'Pl ,t s :' -.l '. i' 1 aili .t t,,.1.v is i' I.. + l' . i v I C Ma.sey.
orethe houMse-charge.s against the . J .... u ...' d ia.. Vw, "u i i. ,'.. ,'.* cothnt nrl .,l I, n 1 v'ted wa h t. Ia I, i o .h.d lcirof l; a' *.. ; ,l arr Th o
a d4auhuamto e d wais haS aaaenco u talu rou nr a

prwore yo te atnent ciuzevs. ie ."y... . .. an....... |,yIth- ---- --Wgt. r Cottr,,,,n E S (rill.
rwere only those the attorney for stI nvery vem t that had, by te n-fr-n Adam r d.-r,4 a l,.w ,i nmlgro, on i i .
Sf dense always launches at. its op-a asoits o-t tvery govemeofur county or ur prst' -rai u' nirit to th, CGoriv yla ,nd Ada m haudork. lard duat ,hn W JsHender Hum
ponetwhen It has no case. But why Stats tsect t ve good oanour countounty r r Id St'te ui rrty. It ,i e' ( a Iiccumulated luh ith wih to hrie H IMctreary, Hn H luckman
have the law silence the paper and not St.tbe. e t a uwn op counp Sate U that the-VI( buy five acres of odal harimnock Laindph ii da, o H. Hukm
othe a wet ondif this favorld was a number of official capacities, and al-1 conservatively t-4:1 -ted P hat th" rad buy five acres of good haur'rru'k lanI, i'r, hgia Elections. FHunk Ad.
the eand te And f this favor was ways ed to h trust. At the tual lss to the "; !' of the sat, on which he had Jhulct a good house andi rvl nd lto1ns.pr
Sbe ask lwhy bring forward an in- time of his death he Was a member of volved in this ehn'a,, would aplrath I' pl antl an orunKe grov.'. r s, chairman; Jo. IH Humphri H.
'I -~Meo whleh ahowsa how much more tS ae Bh u100000. Longv t, eforethi ,u vi hd only b, en backashort H uckman, ) H Baker, John W. Hen-
hoat e te paper a may be thai this honest life he won the sonidence and i will have been r, ,Ved through anyv time from the ch ingang, and w.s con- der on.
l r n tet the pIo rhonespect all, and in his death we real- d cost of aks th State wll dating an or stean ame Engrossed Bills. S W Clark. chair-
S- A stine Record. ize and feel tht we have lost a true make a new adopin, and the sm He wanted to hide the stolen good at man; Frank Adams Park M. Tram-
T aleeeage of the Governor 9f and tried friend, one whose place In the tremendous loss wi;l have to be incurred Adam's house, but Adam objected, so mPl, DrTheop West. L C ottre.an
s t i terestin mind and hrtf our people will i- In. It is very easy to corroborate he and his pal concocted a plan to make D HiLe ett, F P Cone., M Girar
ro m its e11thl will1 deed be hard to fill. Mr Newladwas statement b exact fiUres and the way clear. On his way home one deau, L Zim
Itda with m a subje elts, knowm trh hbout the 8ta te nd minute details. Ce rly there can be night, according to Davis statement deau, L W Zim
f ti re i hot will be to true economy in such a proposition. Adam was struck in the faceand cried State Boundaries. W Girarde
It y that a of his Sah. Peace tohis ashes. Savonedollar and at the mo time, out, "Hel me. Horacet" (bavis was F. ihman L C HMaI& ,EE C
a -Live Oak Democral6th, the ame act. lose tenT Thi were n walking hind Ad.,m) "and I helped Rules. k Canova, chairman I
Rt b amu.et q e .Oak . .._ o. 'pa.k l wise and pound foolish" policy bury him," said Davis. wihsel Witers. Hi Hd nCfan h LlJ qdD .
W. SI esed idEa Tallahsse's biaks "delivered thelodeedt Davis was in jail charged with steal. N Withp H H MIreary. L q ,L,
aomd tn "I. Park JR Trammell.
sad eiW t-e f od h their lat statement. The F t Furthermore. it is claimed that uni- ing when the charge of murder was proe- raie .
l MNiea d to to the se t form text books are cheaper. In this ferrod against him, to which heplead Organised Labor. E P Cone, ITh.
E-"eMetoth State emseaent there is perhaps a shadow of guilty. man John NI, L W Zim. Thon8a
-w ked t It thV there ar m y oppon Is this a sample of the criminals be- Davs, W M Girardeau.
eM tows. -Qay' w can protest fact iag et at liberi-Leesburg Commer- City and County organiet da.
E5 at rand i ee A ow that hooks to Mn-. lcia. MMaL OM o a6 PAM
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J611 0. C1LulIs. Pr11,r r. When the small but ambitious mer-
..... chant finds trade growing dull, with a
PUBLISHED EVF:RY FItiI)AY MORNING note maturing and his shelves packed
with unsold ,xhs, he gets up a bargain
ltser 4e.'or, the P(ot owie at Ta iaw.ar .. i.rri .. -"' prie4 a srld extraordinaryy Inducements.
Act of n, Ma -7h the- raAtles professional politvl

Offie. ) T'r.iephonl Iui,.,,,v. 'or.r. A ..... cj<'an ro weary of waiting for
.nt. n tr.eet. '... .. hi..,h., N offi. hoJjr to die or r esgl he st s t
f,.arfil r;'-ket about how phe
BSulw i.ptton. l1.0o oer Ye.r., in A v...... thil f,,'irn which happen s to- i -
Advertising Rates on Application. i, wasitireg the money Or
.. -upoin the rights of the, "
TUs Tree Democret is tle official Ne.spa** irn a nid lies awake nights me
of Ln cCunty. rimans of inducing the peo-
Tallahase. Friday,. April 12, 1907. 'ple" to see things does, and
adopt the measures- of relief which he
I i only too ready and wling to propose,
",an "' tn which always ; include a change of
officials, and ;. con qu(ent opening
Eritor J. F. Sherwnood, of tOhf bright which he is cIquilly ready and willing to
and )l popularr l.'iv Oak D).ily Inwmocrat, unsume exactly fiti his o wts simronK our w:lcirnf- visitor,- Wed-i arl |c8apaciti'r,.
r, 'l ,ahy. BHut this .,ai:t :,,, .fi-cfornal politician,
lEx-sherir ( Ceuor;,' carterr i f itr isn at the very o'it--it "f 'his camr ,sign for
'ounll',, who it iIs .ihirnmfe was i 'rlieioved 'ra .forire" wk.ch will l;ial him in
Irian, hi, oilhe( I)y ith (ove Iriir unlJ- somme nail (,Ifi.inal position, firnl.it him-
j ,t lv, at the' retqueI and of the milu- sn.lf alrno, t ha.pl'..s without the aid of
,rFe e. f hi. lr,,'i .i liitical ene'rriie, is in the prt-h i ri, li iv lind g for the necessary
th"e -l y to c(ari.y iii ('cas1t< h f'i-re' the publiciiy ',,.e rring hisr benevolent d( --
St;a t 1e'fnat ,' lor just.ie, sigrni. for thi- b'riefit of the p| ople; sot
hi-, first ';rtr i to ndcure the mnean ,of
Il i always ('ornnientdablh :tlnd l t
Ii alway rac.hinh i tihl attention of the public'
to a knowledge atal correct a wrong with e f e pu L
dotne, and when a mianly man does i a ,If he don't hapen
f..ll,w man or men an injustice, th ,' a "ewpapr or prea cloie
fellow mian or men an injustice, e frio.nd and ardent admirer who does, he
right arnd best thing to do always is tol fruhes into print, whenever he s n in
milk#- h lAt to apologize for it, .,i .1)0 rushes into print, whenever he ,an in.
far am is po sible., to correct it. i duce an editor to accept his comrmuni-
r .. ... ..., r.. ...... catiorn over the signature of 'I'roy-
Tile Interstate Commerce (ornanii- ress," or "Pro Rono Publico," 'or "In-
nion hau assigned certain districts to ,dignant Ctisen. "
facilitate the haridling of busrheas.. The, Kditors are prov'irbially tIEnd,.r-heart-
following are sione of the assigrinents: ed and gererirous, and matters tind their
(Irments to Maryland, Virginia, North way into their columns which a stricter
Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, (G'or regard for the public interests would
gia and Ailablma, and (Co.kroll to |I e Louimiana.,. - 'ian frequently gets in his work
'The Govvernor's suit for libel wi t;ic'tected, so to speak. luHt whatever
ternplated norne weeks ago W LFt injur. may o((cur by reason of such ac-
loestponed for the effect it was expect- cidentu, rntimriot in any s'r.se c'omnpare
ed to have while the iLegisltl e wai in with thi Il arn qg done when a ncws-
se* sion? Truly, some' f(Ufiy littLle paper delil>erate lv and purposely ex-
things continue to happen, and (hId's it ploits their shady schemes of seltish
not look as if all them' little by-pilays political agitators whose chief ati. is to
are, intendmei to draw attrition away stir up ill filing and propagat,' false-
from the main points at Il hoodl in the hope of reaping personal
Whatever inv'sttgation- 'are und r- lefrelit, for themselves.
taken by the Legisltw1re, let t he- 'l o recognize or discover public evils,
inuine,f and conducted in fairnoss 114 to boldly and fearlessly attack them, to
g(ooi faith, and free from any uit. ,f coritiiually denounce those who are re-
"whitewasihing.'' nit. ,of i ler-il. s otillle lfr them these are among
ida are riot in the humor auny such tthe irime functions and duties of an
fjolishnoes aH was comm l in I.he in- ihghtined anid honest pres,; antd the
vmetigation line at the I asion, arid in'wspapei)tr which conscientiously per-
te tt which le ht I on forms such functions and duties can
the committee which pt it will I1
meet with Ito just row ts I! never be regarded as a panderer to the
-met with ... rw purposes of the professional politician
If the great injust that is clm('Hnd or an a menace to th-* interests of the
was done Mr. Perki ,, in his removal public. Such a newspaper, from the
oq the adviet and fluence of Mr. date of its first ismue to the present
James Alexander, d his political time, the True Democrat has faithfully
allies, is true, and 'ta and circum- and persistently striven to be, and such
stances seem to out all the claims, it will continue to be so long' an it re-
in common justice e wrong should be mains under the control of its present
righted by his statementt just as owner.
soon as practicfile. He has had to Since their nomination in the primar-
wait all this timoto ask the State Sen. lea. the members of the Legislature
ato for justice j. have been receiving--and we hope read-
"' -^ .ing- the paper as its weekly issues
The Miami Metrropolis, referring to have appeared, and should now be able
Governor HroV Rrd's prolpoition tito mu- to judge fairly and impartially as to its
slethe proee I# his State, in this free merits, its policies and its purposes. If
American country, sayn governorno r it has met with their approval, we
Broward probably had 11 ninl the. fact shall be glad to know it and to have
that he Wauld not be a ulantiite f.,r r ^every one of them as a constant reader.
election when he suggested the mniiiliiig in strict accordance with the plan on
of the press Hut Florila haw niuket which it was founded, its columns will
are hto wise to do the G;overno, r' lti- always contain THE TRUTH concern-
dl. Thm majority all public affairs and occurrences at
honored positionh to the press and thr the State Capital, regardless of any
bPoting it gave them in their ea" iirsonal consideration for the desires
StKn of whoever would gain by the suppress
Mr. Taylor, the notod cartoonist. in Son or litltortion of the truth.
now making funny pictures for the The two newslapetrs in Tallahassee
Tmnpa Times, and the oie in Tuesda)'a are conuiing together The True Demo-
I'.HItr was a hummer. It represent-s crat htas gone So far as to request suc-
cess for the Tallahassee laily Sun.
lit.ior'Wilson of the Times-Ilnion in ()cala IUnnnsr
Slarge and heavy form and the ;ovetr-
ra s I.aI h n porculine. From thit Why should not all Tallahasseeans re-
i htches onm his pants sticks quills from quetuccess for t Mr. LEngle make
S, n : no, effort at all, that we know of. teen-
the. ir ine, and underneath readls :
,It .i' t t st lest 0 ccitts that, ter the local feldi with his newspapers.
"Itito .e irgit wite he' hadn't tiat and of course leaven it to the True
down s; had r wi t hc hr; hine Now l)enmocrat to cover the field locally, so
dow .mit ', fee hr' irpn let us alone_ that each of u\ may attend
look +ut for onae more libel suit.. .., .._

A nlwcial election has Ibeten called Iby
(Governor Broward to elect a State Sen-
ator for this, the n-venteenth senator-
ial district, to ill the unexpired term
of lion. J. K. Newlan, deceased. The
new Senator, whoever he may be. will
have less than thirty days to serve in
the present esilon. The electionn will
be on May The vote must be can-
vassed and the result certified to the
state and commission issued before the
new member can take his seat, there.
Iew his official days in actual service
will be limited if an extra session of
the Legislatare is not called within the
usxt two years. -Live Oak I)emocrat

to our somclailie in newspaper making ,
as sewms best to us. Let him have the
"great State paper" he has set out toI

who oppose te tate sm l k'

beg assailed almeddost d"ilas terse I
t arbe aso authly tantrte. P e b fesdM e d t -l
member who rank among the beet mo our goemn s Ot teiiIS t ba wT
in the State-men whoe honesty; and other governmentss -ve a tt d 614 the
disinterestedness have long bees proved freedom given to th pa*pstthewpJ. U
beyond doubt--are bandied aboot n tat dtentisted It fVoP l wo.1 have 6 ui
reckless disregard of the troth, copld other governmets I t world. A print it om the heat
with threats of dire punishment if essored press mesas a 46aA.snt Now, wouM the
those thus abused dare to vote against MHk that of Russia, whit. tie eitin and his would-be p
the administration's school book speak only by the pleasur- of the Owar. the press of Florid 1
schemes. This continued outrage upon It means a despotism. If we Werea something like the ab r
members of the Legislature jstly pro- candidate for the gubernatorial nominsa brought about in this prt<
yokers resentment. tion we would stand upon the rock that AmericaT
Injury into the origin of the shame. every officer in a democratic govern- .. The Levy Time*^ De
ful abuse referred to leads the True ment is a servant of the people and is "point in order," anti sap:
Democrat to assert, with all the poi- subject to criticism. We would pro- legislature will be asked to pasi.
tiveness possible, and all the emphasis claim that the official who favored the prohibiting the sbip t of w
it can command, that much of it comes censorship of the press to escape crit. Into dry countless We e
from hired lobby,.ts of the school book cism has no business holding a public and will add that legislation sahq
publishers working st,-eretly, or under office. If a pubc officialishonestand enacted that wil make probibitil1.5on
the guise of a d(i.te.resttd regard for performs his duty fearlessly and con- strong and effective all along the lM le 4
the people's welfa.i There are men scientiously, the people will soon dis- Let us have dry counties in fact.
walking the stre.tv ,,f Tallahassee to- cover it, and unjust criticism of his ac-
day, roaming about t he corridors of the tions will in the end endure to his credit Governor Browaid during his lk
capitol, and pervals the lobbies of and popularity. The freedom of the pain in theprimaryelectionda
the hotels mer who hAve turned on speech and the freedom of the press 80,000 cartoons, entitled "VW p7
those who have dt.e them many acts justly rank as our richest inheritance, School of Journalism," in wht levdie" 9
of kindness when i hey were in absolute and cannot be too sedulously guarded, al dignified editors of the stao (te j
need of a frienti, at the same time Mr. Jefferson said that'he had rather editor of this paper being one of twle>-
damning those who oppose it with libel- have a government without soldiers were receiving instruction from the
ou.0s usinuations Who pays these men? than without newspapers ; but a cen- corporations, and were not mad. t.
That they are ,a*iil is certainly true, scored press is worse than no press at look like Apollos by any means. stt"..
for none of them o,,uld afford to devote all. It is well for the safety of the re- none of the editors took umbrageat
their whole timer to the exceedingly public that the Pennyp.ackers have been the cartoon, and did not thfik tefo r
quet:o,ralh busine. s. they are engaged so few. Whatever else we do in our moment of bringing suit against the
in unless they iare ',te,,.nsated. They madness and folly, don't let us muzzle author for damages--Ocala Banner.
cannot afford, we re-lea,, to do this the press. If any editor so far forgets So the Governor's administration de.
work for nothing. I his high prerogative as to make a li- sires, and is determined to have se oad 4
The charge is nmde that the State cense of the liberty accorded him, it ministration candidate in the next eM \.
Ihe charge ins nde that the State will be discovered, and his license will paign, are they! One that will carry oI
Superintendent favors oneconcern that be his ruin. Those who abuse it free- Isurpution aus of wr '
.sells books in the State, and yet this dorn will soon find their level. Let the usurpation at abuse of power, the
official is only following the lists set by press alone An untrammelled press plan to sell I. I. lands at a song to rais
his predecessor Nee better nor more more than anything else reflects the a little money to spend in ditch-digglin
capable officiall ever killed this place strength and glory of our institutions. drainage schemes, reward political be
than the prent ., aind yet even he A free mpreuzzle it and made owiur beountry es through the appointing power, s-
is abued for inwhat others have doing."t muzzle t nd t wll be our un- ist in getting even in schemes against
(done. Well put and to the point, and the; all who will not follow the dictates of
The True Demoncrat is thee more op- True Democrat endorses it. We have the bosses. Our opinion is that the can-
posed to the administration's school seen fit to criticise many things public didate who would come out on such a
book bill the more it studies features. for some time, have been honest and platform would most assuredly be de-
It is a scheme, in many respects, as conscientious in it, and now have no feated. We do not believe it wolUT be _:
villianously loaded for graft, and in apologies to offer for it. It is high possible to find a candidate that wouMill
the interest of a political machine for time that all schemers should be kept consent to get into the great Napolen
Florida. as the drainage, insurance or trom public office, that there will be Bonaparte Broward's old shoes, any-
State dispensary. all of which the l'"o- nothing left for the press to criticise. how.
pie decided t ihly would have nothing to Let Floridians put men in office in Flor- Capt. Dryan lDead.
do with. Thre Legislature ought not to' ida again who will be above scheming Many of our readers will be pained
to learn that Capt. C. A. B an passed
enact such a measure into law. .There for political machinery. We have had away yesterday morning .b h hi
are already enough officers and office- such good officials in the past, and we long illness had made uech sa event
holders in Florida, who, by reason of I an elect such again. not unexpected. His funeral will take
...... .....---- -- place this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
their ap,,mtrnent by the governor A little more legislature and a little Capt Bryan was honored as a brave
may be depended upon by whoever oc- less. investigation would give the present I soldier, a good citizen and a loyal
cupies the gubernatorial chair to assist legislature a record it could feel proud friend, and the True Democrat extends
him in hji schemes. The people are al- of in the days wnen the aftermath is a sincere sympathy to those who have ii
ready sucitly burdened with taxes, besieging them. Miami Metropolis. been bereaved by his death.
w without being made to thrw away the What, even before the investigating In our next issue we will give a full
several hundred tousands tof dollars committees have gotten in harness and e of humans olife for the grat catesilo
af his many old friends and comrades
thev have invested in school books. at work. Some of the genuine kind of throughout the State.
If there i a real disposition to help investigating urely could hurt no one Mrs J. .ush, of r will be
If there i a real dipof the Statione, let thelp who had done no wrong, and since so the guest of Mrs. W. L. Moor several
he poor people of the Statemuch has been called to the public at- days next week.
Legislature adopt the measure intro- tention that gives the best reasons for Mr. J. P. Williams, president of the
duced in the Senate by Mr. Humphrines believing that many irregular tnd funny G. F. & A. Ry., passed through TIl-
and in the House by Mr. Watson. little transactions hive happened in lahassee this week, en route from Lea-
These bills bear the stamp of sincerity Florida for several years, investigation Williams was a home ied by hSa M.
upon them, and do not seem to have of the proper kind should be gone into ReVW Patters n and Zeiglei Vtfe
the ear-marks of graft, nor the dan- along several lines. Then, too, does tainted Dr. Jackson, of Atlants. on
gers that threaten us with the other not Governor Broward ask for investi- Monday last by giving him a day's fah-
bills. The Legisl'ture ought to read nation Let's have it, but let it be no ng on Lakhe acTreson. It bem a cle-
the measure introduced by these gen- whitewashing farce. tal affair the True Democrat ai redno
tlemen, and if they are desirous of ..sh storyto pass along to t read
benefitting the poorer clae, the pass- The Wailes claim will no doubt claim -.^
age' of it will do that Imuch of the valuable time of the solons Board of Trad4e.
a 0 i w wd j at this session.-Palatka Times-Herald. Tne regular meeting of the Tallahas
rn"r [ .r.ow.r trnc rein- I There should be no necessity for it see Board of Trade last week was a
mrendatn er a rigid investigation of "claiming much of the valuable time of very interesting one and much ot-
the Internal Improvement Fund took a the solons;" but there is one thing sure oanminteeb rsirtrsd pwra y on U
considerable quantity of the wind out and certain, in common justice and for matters that ad been asied to
o the sail nf thoe who have been t- decency's sake, an honestsettloment of them. Several new names were em-
tacking hinu for the past two years
The fact, however, that the adminis- it should be made. That it was an hon- rolled as members. The orgalato
tration is so willing for the investiga- est contract, faithfully carried out to a ou ntyo have erymbrshin al
tion shoutie not make it any less thor- successful finish, which took Colonel The next regular meeting will be held
"all the aTh' aidwe bhave ht khow Wailes' time and 6$50,000 of his money, at Elks' Half Tuesday even"- at 8
they all know it will be found that the cannot possibly be doubted, and that he o' clock and everybody is invitea to at-
detractors o(f the administration will be has not been paid his 15 per cent comrn- tend. -..-..-.
even more fully discredited than they mission for the work is a fact that Deth oef hoaj I. C. WeeUs.
are now. -)'eFunlack Breeze, 11th. won't rub out. Shall Florida's fair Major E. C. Weeks an age ad a s-
You never were more mistaken in stand with repudiation of an hon- s*pected citizen of thk eity, died last

your lite, m the "wtnd being taken out hgt at s hbe ome in publMc life as tr
of the sa" of those who have, and st claim hanging over it. or will nh e
ofthe ils of those who havesi and tice yet be done? At least give Colonel for many yeare and while osasanW
are still demanding an investigation, Wailes the privilege of carrying his citizens always differed with
not only of the Interna. mprovementcase to the corts in order to establish politics, he always condutetd .h.aE ,i

make, and in his own way, we are sat- Fund matters, but all others that show
istled with our own as it is. looseness and abuse. We are on the
Well, wh1at i to be done with the ground, standing os the same platform
(oper case? After pending a part of we have occupied a little more than
the contingent nds and exhausting two years, and hope a thorough investi.-
athe contingent hinds and exhatting nation may be had-and we hope, too,
all means within his power to get new th investigation will show all men up
light on it it still rests on Govmnor clean. We wil rejone with hall if things up
Ulrowanhir, to lot the aliie are all they should be, but let the to.

reasons and wherefore as to his being Inveat hast be ome former andnot.
kept in a county Jail so long. Would fwl as h ow some formerluvwt.
not he and the people of lorida feel tfrtn, an that sems to be what
better if all thefats causing delay in m m playtai hard to ,bri aboet
action were made public, again.

beyond a question his legal right in the ueh a manner as toe oms
apect and confence of bh m
premises. leaves many friend who are
Stthis taking awet and who
Hon Alonso C. Croom, State Comp-
troller, is trying to launch a guberna- ily. The funerawi
trial boom for ex-Senator Pasco. dece at 10 o'clock tocemmw.
This suggestion will not be unanwmuhs hia death come J10st s we
in the ComnptroUler's ofmese. for Miss re &. goOREL
Jefferson Bell, said to be the best wo- li more of hmaBst w.k.
man potiticim in the Sta.t ha declared '
'On AprO the Ihf",
Cbildrens MA bto- ohm d OttO w wask
colwa ,, G wnay0J 6 M 7 nadJ



-. i i

One Particular M

but for

:ular Men,

Of Mr. sod
mWandbest! That
a somber of fialar,
isome ofIt. P

~~ hIs hotmoetia

who hb been
it to Baltimore
i, has returned

w* of Tallahas-
Itaebers, has re-
Sbritf visit to her
Sat F. C. Coke' grocery
in of that delicious
t made fresh every
e 7
.J.. Appleyard returned on
blweek-end visit to his
J. D. Cay has been visiting Col.
Cay this week, and reports
i aeson be able to be out again.
mlsnagt Merchant Tailoring House
S united States repre'sent-id it
Aml I Co., of this city, who wili take
orders, take your measuremrli. s,
guarantee fit. 7
t and phar nacitr, of Va.li *t
accepted a position w.',: ie ih
ee-Smith Company. and i6 n ,.v ui
.post of duty.
invitationss were issued i.:st w,. < b.
S,. George H. tLwynn for a car.l i,.rt y
be liven, compliianntary to r,lx.
dwardLinthicun, on the aft -ernioon of
,,tke th, but post onerneit w-; .ti.de
meAesary by the illness~ of otnc of Mr,.
Qwvan's children.
6" 7'here can b- no 'r,.'*ter .ni-,tkc."
ss-s Governor Hja ..s of New York.
M-n to believe that the will of the
ep le can be pernmianntly di.-reg'ird-
We commend tem opinion to the
' Study of Governor Broward. Investi-
' gations along this line will return bet-
SI!r result than a :atudy of Spartman
."w and the character of Lycurgus.-
Tima Union.,

Mr. Edward H. Myers, a prominent
bg wyer of St. Petersburg, is here in the
i terest of the people of Hillshorou!.tih
.- Sonty, in connection withthe division
movement now pending before the
iL Islature. Mr. Myers is the young-
est son of Dr. E. H. Myers of Georgia.
a nephew of the late S. W. Myers of
l' this city, and first cousin to our much
loved Hon. Fred T. Myers.
,, Just lecaUt e
E ircough is only in the throat aid
a not trouble you now, don't think
t it needs no attention. When it, has
ot hbad much of a start is the time to
check it. The slihghtc'st couch easily
S lead to Pneumonia, Bronchitis and
S Consumption. A bottle of Blal hrd's
Horeboind Syrup will .urv that cough
The price puts it vi tihin r'e.'-h a,: all
TSold by all drur'is' *

lt'" OInfat and Childrmn.
S Ibs Kid You Have Always Bought
Dears the
81cnatwe of C1t'/^'7&4.44I


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S$10.00 to $25.00 the Suit.

Hawes Straw Hats, - $3.00

WALK OVER SHOES, $3.50 to $4.00

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New line of Ho,;iery and N-chwtvar,
just receivedJ by Burn-i & Co. 7.0
Hion. Ch~trles A Finley i h Oe;g-lest'
of Mir. T'I',iot 'WVIitfield.
Ti h,' havy r iin storm (nAon mfno,- was
acco-olipiiiod by h'IrLe h:tiit';t.:
1''. I11 Ljtw -,nrl Nfai :I.,v, wim h-tv-
Iii wl 1. f tk'' Ii,11,ha.iv ri, x )k
tf) (h '*o.
Ali -.l11r,0-:ii~l her liotio ztgonr,
t; n. WAIlliv' 't jn fin ta v-Ait
I1O Ictor, \N[ -slDr ,KO'.'CNth -r, I--
A ('111d turzbt. r rrrivod ti;S,~. v

thfo11 i'nw l :~w litit, M "'4 .'i' v
long.- and I'.''ai th -wr

~r' .,r iaty .it-A *v A~t-.,iii .It the C
'4,ivivI'. aini to um- ehw,i wa o-d-;, Mr.
ADlfr* h is co iie hot-' to "a'-- vt(
the 1, .zi -I:ajrc' O'1 1h;- su)ji-t.!LA`C1
Popiil r 'Mr. G. T. W. W.W )ia-
(in a busiine.s vi ilt 1-o Tai~tlis seo
Cdble I'i'rno Comdan~v n(-.,, r h:.i,
more t-fftivieAtm 3n represW 1 i'.r Ain lI hi
iw ere~vts in this city, wid lo., T4 t~ih --
set- friendi-, ar u l wayi pevie I to g'-vt I
and welcoow him.

The p),pularity of the colle re ve-'p'-
service. which is held on itl first .'u"-
day afternoon ini each monithh w..as d,'i-
onstrated by the large, crowd whieh
, went out from the city last Sund ,y. [ai
spite of the heavy m.OW, r which hadu
fallen, and the s'ill threatening" aspect
of the clouds, the service wai: well at-
Mr. R.W. Cohb i, now busily en-
goited. having fit td up neat ind suit-
able qu.u'atr.rs "or a dragw store and ice
croamn parlor in ihe new store jiau.t
sor'uth of and next toth.' W.. :t.erai U1in "
Tei'' 'ralV h 'iffic- In it l -w d.,'a h, will
'open r up or buainoss 'nd, in vii.; tLh
,! i. o ) \;i' t him at lai n *' i' iart- "s.
T 'le T '- ., lir .i' irat wi.s!,,-, hir 'till
n .t-t i 0 -coiis
1 .1 \v tya '.. n w ; i Lit

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I You can get delileous fresh taffy Mrs. J. C. R. Foster has retBrned Flower Party.
candy very day at F. C. Coles'. 7 home after an extended visit to frjnds, The children of the Leon Graded and
Senator Park Trammell haq his head- in St. Augusatne. High School will rive a novel and pleas-
(Iairters a t the residence of Mr. Talbot Mrs. F. M. Iath.hawaly, of Atla n ing eteortaiinint this afternoonat the
Wnitfieid. Mr. I'rammell is accompan- Ga.. arrived unxie.cted1y on TuesdaW~ s'* alhl The fir.t part of the after.
i'd by his wife. 1ait on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Oscar Wpon there' will he a musi al program
LiteAt style in Straw and Panama VanlHrunt. eosisating of vocal and instrumental
lI os carried by Burns& Co .',ho have The faithful ,old "mammy" who has mu.it, 'choriluset,. olow pantomimes,
;, lia, rssortinient from '.\hi, ii to o- nared for :11 .'f 1) P.:lmir's little ones a rd re(itations. One of the chief at-
i c'. 7 in turn. dl 'Y,!. ily .,n Sunday last in.ti. nk will be a i.uessing contest,
S e city is making exte- f v, ina- "and wis 1. di "e: ; Monday the an-a. e all binir names of flowers.
e ri-,, n'ts on Adams str., i in th litti T n i .r fell from a liorqe .' ouv\LItI' s ill be pr,..snted to the bhy
i fv I tradin.r and planting o ." s1;:,,., I st M ontl:,w, ; .1 broke' his arm. As. ,di t'il ,i-' asinr. th, greatest number'
t: [ .. 'The wiy leading to t ,i (;ov th., fractur. in th how hehow e ttinmr uc flowe.r.I c,0r(otly.
1.i,>r'-: m insiun will soon I),. :a thi:i of w:is a painful :,, delicate operation. A oaru hnbble I'.rry will be given
f i Mtt Ih aspnt of the little folks.
... :y. ',!.Ls- N ,,lli.. "[,,,1, t.hV e harm inr- t>.A ,'h), to' tile li t bm itte k
S The !,iterarv Club hell :-, *. ,i-r < Mris .lhn N:-,:. willlav,, t,.mf,- f A r15 .tul. h llrw n wieople adm fitted
,n tang l.a6i st 'Tu-lay afterl,. nl its f,- l h. hr., i, 1;,.l timore, mu1,h to tI l..i. f, e ( ft rown peopleA cents, in-
ran wwas pa iasantly 51 Iy. :',n 1, ret of hv. i .anv Tallahts fri..., l i ,. t wi ltlmen t. Home o- made
ta(talAl, will tl on saile The object of
I.irua wntal du,,tt, bewa l, Iv r,. n- : t,. I , hi.d lhv .bMi-e. Jessie Edi ,:.lon nd.l or~,.w for ('h -..ston. S. ., on :i for the pino, which is very much
lt'ss)iie )anio:). visit of sev, r:l w ..ks She' will trav.'. ne'.ded in th chl)ol, and should asure
Hons. John H. Pattersoai, Geir'ge 1 via Cilyi' line framn .Jacksoavill. l|ure atte nee.
Davis and Dawson HoatriTht, compos- Ms M I. Ihe' will an.mpn'mv her I -- -..-
int our school board, er' in th ut.es.lay and held an important aiid inr- ., tt t1, m 'ntin. of the W F.f LlBinF
ter-.,ti ng meeting of the hoard. Pro- icy.
'" As Fannie DuBois is visiting friends Th' repllar met itn of the cityv ,.in- ma,'s Froreign Misionary Society.
in Tallahai.4ee, after an absence of cil wa I'ld iatAt aight at ('ity, hail, Florida I rtferei convenes in Quiney
thirty -six ye ira. She i.- the daughter and i mn.h asiness of interest to .rila- today 'I'lie Tall assee Auxiliary wil
of the late. Dr. D)uoiis, who was ,nce h pastor of the Presbyterian church in full prx"c'-dings oft which will be pub- 1 80 ;l Miss Je94 P. Blake, whilethe
Thii city. lishtd r,(,xt week. I juval.-h branch, LWe "Goide Links,"
sRill.,r skating, now such a popular The St. Agns Guild "ave a tacky .-n S.stianme amon-' the Tallahase youth, parly in,;tiad of their usual Easter ,*: 'l'lh otiicers of the societywho, ewet
Uhas.tidrawb.icis. Master Modlev Col- hunt, and th(e change was much appr.'- to tu present areas follows: Mrs.J.D.
lins fell a few days ago and seriously ci itt-d by the children, who always wel- Witsh. of Orland State President;
fractured his arm. day or no later 'e inoi, a novelty. Ti'r c,,st iune< w-Ire Mr.- I. 1. 1 Holland, of Bartow Vice-
the same accident haplimned to Master I ludicrous in the extreme aind th jud',e,-s pr'nidvnt ; Mrs. S. S. Harris of Ciltra,
Ben Chaires. found some difficulPv in awardlin~ tlr .e,,ponding Scretary ; Mrs. J. i1.
The public is cordilly invited to at- prizes for those bst designeigd t w:.A" I',rI:,1 of Monticello, Tallahassee Dis-
tend an informal rctltion which wii finally ekrdted, however, that Miss teIt .Its aluoexpecl thatthe meet-
tbe giv.n at the lePion Hotel Tue Ay iu.(e ;ynn deserved tit Iirl s' t"ri.z ,mang will be honored bIthe presence of
ve .ing, Apri 16. fr .n to 1 :30o a. M ,arln Master Eugene ('asle.r thal piovi.f- M ss Ada Stuart, of Hillard; Miss Vir-
meet the delerat,-1 t, the State c' l ., vmetion of count .tl t.rintendents and I the' prize awarded to tihe ;il',- 'a'lk.1r.4, MIsAnna Maria Barnes, #ditorof1 "Th
ti n memhr_ of tro. ..~aiturn. Mr linton I)awkin,- hi :"artni r .,. 1t little Worke.r," ia mispioiary paper for
Smem rs of lltur.. irotteln. a(;t,.e ..' t,. II., i, ihe ,Ulgutig people. The tfit-nlmentioned
S)ifTerent reccints n-l advice- onl the ,, .. .djacer t p-irkL .i i'r fi,. hmi l.i i. atre retlurnted nti~siqn1 aries, and
O'\xt.'rmin,'i ti'>n o,, MI ai|itoe-is ar' ti'',L- I.., "'l: hIy the I.,l;. p '-!,",', -, of th-eir pr .-senr o at thii n session is partie-
!n; around avain. T'.' most of t..:,.... I, I nr'ttd t'i" ',i, U.* r.8W.i...,e6 ,ti, i ulr t ,rir .i.sir'ab it a., the silver jubi-
i () dlou t, are rotar )')l1, ', the hl0.t ,4f all ,,, i h .i o .r i 1 wi. i l'te l tit he sot ij ha.vinng' been or-
in'l thO min s .. ilv tried thi- *ni: i' t 1 hr,' iln ihtil !ii.~ e duriln the
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Slows 600 ptwr cent &",vn in Ifour ye. ars

E'itr.t rdinary 'rwvti ,,'i 01 1 - ditti ~ ~~ heit. '1 iillt. 1 41.
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All fo~rmls of I'',1a(iCSi N''lt': ei1 v'j o~u~:,:
I am l ).td(1to jg-foi iin my ii. e~ ]'jtat Ii4 ,~
if you are iiterested iii Insurance c1 .p; ''i*.11 to :_4 -t a~~
be b)e had.
Meno Abi Ility and Intcgrlty
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'flIt TRUE J)EMOCRAT.' The Colonial Dames.
J81M 6q. COLLINS, Publisher. 1k r tsie of Mr,. Robe'rt flowurd

a';i.;..r.ri lip ufe [arn4*M and their,
TO THE 171M~lIN iOF FL(,PIM1. *-'' i -first pr.eiident of
n 014 1Al Or j5 .1'% PIW, 1)in the lratkyoutsa
tolI~v~sorrrioa: I.t. a i I ',r a.. ie tr 'th
Ploi ,*Wo 'A win ponth a
Kistew all mo*i n 1) '' I t-f r ., L isf ;,i i tab et
1. (6eorfe IF. firc,%V, *op Iiw ;t I ,,.1.11'"1 'A Got
I rusmt and confi~derictin Ot-islhi' ,'.,nd ii1 O(f dwi h wort ~is u
ity and pru ni iri"of Sdi'ny I 'Wall il'n ru
~ If) herefoy c(a't'iI jtpart(] :lopit ~ft t 4Lam-1.4-rumi ron fro'm ii tS
Piaid Sidnify 1. WIaiIPM Airnt, for I lI I tie oI-calsion of e *Loon
Stato, of Florida liefore, t~ia d' ,l:,r~Itrri~nt ccl bratioti ww5.j *re ovS i a fiaingL~
at Waxhinjg'mn ( Ity, iir'd to Ikarl, Iah 'i ociceamion for hi.- i F1e ~anid UnflV(iilig
muavtd, and to r'ct'ive (if ttw' (,vt ri(t, of 16.-Mumori;s, ;ald 1is, JR4(e! ,tflojiw-;
merit of thil!in itt"lIStates, any.iri'I allrUll(iaGhti.Ie, 0tI 'I alls"Xitit, t1y i't'foflq
4UflH Ot flMtI1y C('I'd-to I"I I -4d .t#' of ohtr ilong arid jromit-n.'nL ;e.s'Ioation
FlorTida Lfor .qwn6Itim4uicurr''I b mad iCli the wI) k of the kioIt'y, WAA 4
Stato f Floriduaon ;w'c''. 'it (d' IndIia'.j,. I ~ Lto Ur VtIi the tsibl't.
ho'-tilit ie.'in i di 24: tf jornthe y-mr Many vi',ttijill'rrj.,trml~'z' wvre here,
ii 1)the N4-;r I i iiv.'hi' u,1141 W'de'dilonjtyit. ,rmamtig lan Informal it
'41111toW1t4co4 ,,iI 4 'cm,1p4'rixati 'II rel'epLeiv ii w .,f, v i nM the A l~i'iAr par-
for 1, rfPmnr tIi7 aIoi~ '.i w i A#,I- tifri'h t1 H h '*trsl:w i
;if'r co-iitof lit' vrii i fM,IqivE'E1 ftraI I III the City G I .. plhict, ai'd Ut I
C'''rit nil G '.!:.i' uponE i-w 11 It '11"i ovit,ck tltn- 1 Aj, were *-ltjerrfajvd at,
wair ct riu atnfl toe if fraiy all i, '# 11-4-4 fhimovi'ieju y 1)i ,inuukits A 1i he Al-
Iiif r- 1 #1J 11 1,14.I' lj i44ecUtifj s II I he ,4 Alz j~r 111 1i(' Iii
It" 111' i-( VI 6 isip '.V.W A intrtit'r4tio g iand
Ii, t far' v'h~i''hf I~i t! P in'p ~ -i~v.A ,ired, hartrnhorn''ty dt~c-
.IfItI, ,,I rIy I"I if (', 1,1 IIJ -d'iiI t'' gri'; 'I a it;11 iti 6his of." h tarid haft Ib-''i
fol tre. # ',, -J'.4 Florida 1I',(. 'at- ) tp r d f 4 inietbersa n~&fd Llicir
)WsI ', I I0h 'h If JI1 .I i ;r,r.l t'i IMr.[1). 1U I.a'tchor
(a',I(i: ".I~n:~% ,~i'ts -o ai;Ae'fid iJ aidre'gs, Arooig othor
("j*(pi( ;1*n F. D4'1 tr. F14-tciiiij' C4144'd
i it i., ,44nfe'..,(, ,o, r i iif ft&ta ; i,.lbut n.

Se''rwi-itry of:-fl (-tit" r,,,tih-ir.w rc rlic-olarid fostt'ritig .sid l n-
Undo ltr that eh,oy I raviei ('ti.t i.. Wa, le'fIINa,( r'O.iflby pret~ts
J'o,ird, Vio I',F. W ,,ilv'n, my 04 1'toil? torIll$', 1ite It.1,4, 5 y 4)4 ntii' forc41iidsead
I ,'jpuiit twolr'ity-'thro -. y~itr, ~~''' AtI ci iE-v addrt-11.4 the utivivlliing'iril-
do'sllar it(of cott ttj 1'I'iiidu, I p.4yiiw it fjfl jrIti F41,' taok place', andutatile requ, r t
'X IP 't1 f V-4 lt I I h. ir s he.Ii" w tlax Iit4f 1)
Am AIll direct. retsulltof t'air ''it,rfml ~ t,',.~tWY11%* the Chifirtoi',fs -lf itlhe
that coi ri c I flt i g it, %vi '' ~ j. iid i e In~)1 jh o l
',tiate T i at ii ory tOw ns, fji t :,l w, itn', r U0. UI')flml~ii 1) '1;1 1;'
se(ttle ruaillic.n eigl.ify ,it a:w .i'. .. ,I,4t)aj'J erZi41 i I'il i
Ituruindr'eI stifid fif 6,111 ltefr II piscnitllllnohi
Mx Y mi If- 66. 1, i-*i'.. i .1 'f ') rI-, I it I.. A up to4i -, tatow I j
poor i r, I i''ll' i if it; i !)f1. 1, '..t 1 '' 1, If is i f,(''tJAL er'J bILV ;1111
4110 gi to ill- Ow 1114 I ; 4 J I I. i; .0 I4' ow :1 ha, v.,.
'l'.itl itilfit h..14'' (D I I li11; '. V Ilil x
.0 ri '~ ier.It, I-*- f~.~ee.k4 iit 11Ing, '1.I r I I.'
Wil iii'~irilicirk'tU~''I In, ($'i'l 'i It. Olt,%J. .
41 (11 a $ 11I(, cc i f, 'uFlI. ~ '. lit, 11,.'s .:

t Ih., lif lteIw '1 II'ehe ~' I. r11 g fit,,I l' Ii'. ',It I 1 1 '.,111i"Ir.Ili'IIl
kIng Inru ~ jt ooIhe' 2 ieIIIli-i I l.. a Ti va I. IF 1)1. '', ,III ll I,'I I
111, 1jet4. ,i ir tI Ii I* I *II: fI in o' to I w :-','ilt ,. ''i 1,
Ii Ill 4']?I I1 '1 't3

'Ire~asury. I to; 4 1 liCt, I'. ,I
hud I hel full v's oj~wri si t ip il I s c i 1 i '2' e elifll I) f' i. itI., '
t c.ion undii ir caid t'4tlFiitr 't l 'I.lI.4 1 4 i it Ili i'IlY I 14 tiff.
Drew voiid It'. '11' #aI h iJDifl.bear Old t iotiher.
S ioll Sifilal ?I:.,Ii', iili l iL ot f V.' 4.
it loo uu Itu,' rotI ppee. 14 el ~l, I -I'Il,i s.t' L b 4laI ~ IIJ.I
iN'or ( lj~ ove i \'e'' rt iit4-11111 fiiie is %V I I v e,,p u h.

Ditto Cliier 4t 5CI in ii I I- Ill IIIllsIit.1 f.iti'tIlivio .. I il i a I',i
No Flo in ot c('Ol nmf iadtt ; i iye'lit 'kE .it- FI -;frsnil l i'y ticij i al)4x ;i A 1;.; 1il,J
clainitduriujetohIl i, c uow rit, Ii- I I411,, saittipi'tI i jj tl.
vio-ft erpathrnigh i Athtin atI it't Wlisu'"I Il-A', ol 1:1
(rd tifthfwels rlu ajriat solo 'ifi w yI ,", or, L I'dt fr iiujht
throw Kiilany lIll c~ oo t (111 litb %k he'1, 1 NNeVnit, I ios A )rl ut~ ii- I I.
three ynhreo Isf) L st-g ia iiti 'i i iE e aflif(trilrtikIi tIh'tX
flyinet, cil liotet' Ili i~t. 4r ch4 oiii11H g(tkil tni n Li h i'w r

after at inthorw ('esiti ng (e .if the' itI.I-,el
an te~'he e13' ur it'loei'i ff ".t i ii hilt0,1 1 1' I iiit, o h 1.
thowail-unyijllio 1. 1114)'4Ifit.ltit'tifootr 'hvir ,iah. h t'o mo l ug .ly ~it it i1 Illihl
iathe- Cong hemiuin i'ore'il i~s .' ii fl ,,lte Va Wl 111,'IIin I~lI he ii 't'~ a
ca ino fll o viI-r w* he'ii. iiifi *1 lookingI, tl e'in di e 'i e ,liwi i Id M an
th c mm t iru, I ue'itilvi ii l el'~ ii' ti t ie fil hic Word %%-i l l eu '1, I iii Wi i
Iclwasoa lidit it'?eliii't. lenii Al it. 4 ill It -I it 0t I'f''' i I ht c. o iklithlis- It't ) ti~t'

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for it hastens recovery by
creating strength
There sl Just one thing the matter
with a person who has been sclk--
that Is, weukness.
To all such people in this Vlieltywe
recommend our delicious Ood liver
preparation, Vinol, aa the very best
strength creator for convalescents
Vinol strngthfun the digestive or.
gangs, creates an nnppotlte, promotes
sound sleep, mak(he rich, red blood,
and builds up a depleted system to
health and vijor.
This Is because Vlnol contains all
the medleinal elmInnts of cod liver
oil with the uscleRss oil elimlnatod and
tonic Irom added. We guarantee it.
Tallahssea Dru, Company.

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Pay your bills and take in the town.


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A port ion of the putylic
PatrOD-14t' ifi solicited

w%%ln t1 i n ,i c11. > i:ri .!,.r i is ts lir I lafi SiFIJS1tCfItjf guttoianv
Whoopling ough. i i, E'rrviitI, it .fi, ,I l t ie- le gis, ni tcetd.
h' Ie i ," i, t 'it l t l 1 i t ll y I 1 i it,'. ,l lly im irn

Ie the t sit r 14. 1f I tovee e'dt h'",iA"' '"I lii e""' "'"ir ""w 'i H O RT O N
W i". (. tn.t I', ... *. .I''Th .r' l ,'r 1 nt d, wri ) tho SIme tii '.i u hfait iut
ai s an'; ; u ** cu i *Tallah.e l.'t l ti;ci tv.; '; o( icitl. etI. h1 111e -ita lt : u ho' ldl
see DI 1 t. I"'' t,. l'..l1 .,ni, eiiti,',. .Ii ard 104 MASONIC BUILDING.
steh..i of their I instiErit. N l"ow w tlt j e t
ork MakPes Pen. ,t ,d is i uniinilimfious cu,11smeli aullinst *l** f
Work mnial,,m imn' I.tck ua nllyv fitil-. < "('Ih a II"ni..ei l idte' aril thel re- A '- I*g 9Sm i
uekk neiirly alwals4 wi>N. Tit uti '.l 'imuk t-ni t ifiv ill ti lt, iniil itf the o'flcr.-
t anything Itii U ovt'r5itI -Imta- hhliv'r e(f Hith econft('iousltn- that h i" S MItal W
elem. Force and fiber nre. >Iuilt by hardi- iothilig tbu tthe paid servant of others ot-M etl W ork
'hps. Grit i ani nect'esary i tilhe mak- something like a kame warden or an
aof ainall ai guni)plioii. Ilardlihiilt insui'ance' aUgnL. homelimnes it Iooks
re not always haridiapi Often ithev us though trown-ups deserve spanking All work in the line of
helps. You will underMttand thi much nure thnn the.little ones. If tmo.
ttr in twenty yoars. Meanwhile lay on the paddle. -Better be careful, Roofing,. (uttering, Spout-
permit one who has lived that twenty Mr. Tribune, or you will rget some of
and more to advise you in this. that "weeping, waing and gnashing ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
H on to your Job until you are #ure of te'th" legislatlon the great Napo-
4abetter one. Dependable boys are Ilon is accredited with havmif promised solicited, and especial care
hs demand. And no boy can he depend-. tl of us people who opposedhim in his taken to please m t-
ilt -loawhdoes not nish the tak he great schemes. By the way, have you
M hand to do. However disagree. read his remarkable message through.] rons. . .
wl work do it thoroughly. Do '"^^""* ^-^^ ^~' "
thavNre boy will do To at I /-
- a Sehool Herald Nice residence room to rent. Ap- DI
,- -i ply at Singer Swing Machine oftfe. P" m inm n
Go to Collne for your job printing Im U WrUJ


Plu s&a speaileasoae lfA a shed. Anl hinds of buselw kw
-I seasmtrueed aaeording to the I ateet improved metods.j
KID Worhk-asufastuzeer of all kinds of reush and dreseed MO
sJdMW& starramilsbal~sMt porch columns, brackets meatd% $Oft
baeer#able ersmestes & am ued and scrollwaft seeveyWwfWWm
%Wes Swish Line sad Cement fme sale.

AUl orders wtillreceive prompt
to b b At dlmmas Iaevery particular.
09110% Nb Ad OMLAUMbe Yr 'lad

attention. W*evgusatsteeOwwo
PrIces reasonable,
Beaboard Air Lm4 as U Nut d

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Under New Management.
(;0o) I'lO)MI PT, I:. F'I'lIE:NT SERVICE.

50 per cent. of your Shoe Bill by having
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guea'te4.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and Preming. First-Class Workmen do thik wwk ,T-
suit made new for little money First-Cla ssTailor Repairs mllNi a
to fit. Old Panama Hate Cleaned and Made New. No fake. .
No. 343 Can.t. St. Tid ,oum N$t

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Svimt the B1ld, DeIaf

, trl the newly eleet-
wastli, oam .

By Senatpr Tram
txaton fwoflrs

Ie b T mmer itmmell
c elratira tojcnp
Stock, track w nrodbed

1 A w introduced by Senator
IWesalgalo the board of
S / lradentown on November
a local bill; the rules were
the bill passed.
ot iS the Sate adjourned
UTirafy, 10 I UL
nate met Thursday, pursuant
Stot, with 2 senators pres-
Srt e soluitions were adopted ap-
. Doosmittae clerks.
StA ienWiation was received from
the autant, read and spread upon the
A total of 29 bills were introduced
t.utnr the day. Among the important
b *are BDy Senator Crill, a bill to
prevent the adulteration, misbranding
L i ki tatlo of foods for man or
bea1t. By Senator Handersorr, author-
f th ~dity of Tallahassee to issue
for waterworks; the rules being
alved the bill passed. By Senator
Eat to ne telraph companies for
lr t44 pro tl deliver messages.
/ Ilato n a bill for an appro-
laW. for travel expenses of the
abeo Auditor. By Senator Jackson, to
prvent the removing, boxing, scraping
or WeUtta of timber that has been sol
for tax. By Senator Harri to build
a lock and dam across Lake Hlepochee
A message received from the House
that body had passed concurrent
Soho No. to investigate the dis-
b ments and expenditures of the
Upo, motion the senate adjourned
Mt B VVday, 10 a. m.
The aate met puranant to adjourn-
meant, with 29 senators present.
Senator Clark introduced a resolution
appo.tihn a Joint committee of seven
to Weit the drainage work and the Ca-
loishaethin river. The rules were
waived and the resolution passed.
A total of fourteen bills were intro-
dueed during the day. Among the im-
S tat oes were: By Senator Clark,
W the attorney-general an ap-
IotnmLt. By Senator Harris, a child
= a M11t. The senate adjourned until
*pm. Moday.
Th at met pursuant to adjourn-
mut with 29 members present, but
adjourned until 10 a. m. Tuesday,
thrumbh respect to the death of Senator
J. ILwalan.

Wednesday. April 8, the house met
with M members present.
The house received a communication
hfe the Governor "lambasting" news-
pamers. Representative Dorman intro-
Sresolution condemning Richard
a ad the Hearst publications for
aOMM the state of Florida, anJ
theagtr gr mto Frank Clark for
dSsnd tha stats against those slan-
dsm. Te resolution was unanimously
a sm ta tive Carter introduced a
rastsimm to examine the I. 1. fund,
ilUs were introduced during
thae e of which was introduced
0by % =ap atu".K Neel, prohibiting
uao j-les from issuing marriage
Man tos aslea under the age of 21
onmho MA Wdthe age of 18.
A inpe received from Governor
bewage relative to drainage opera.
Ba adjourned until Thursday,
I a. saULel t&t porsant to adjourn-
mh gtemers present.
l ostaudmdag committees
by Speaker Eugene
Mr. MaeWllliama, of-St.
.. -: Meaars Knowles. Car-

W i Mr T- Bue :lpl* Until 1o a.d^u
tVent nt.
"Mr hee mo- e -clerks were
wL. ollowpeI t 4 tft of a bill intro-
S Mal dued in t Representative
i 7 L@g Slat Ua. Mr J. W. Watson, W d1 in the sen-
of eaero*e, tauaa; Mesirs ate by Senatumphreys, rela-
M ut~, Ol d, tt stive to Neurls~ text books at
tr, had.. W 'tta, of Levy; Rich- reduced price. :
b U tM la. A bill to be q tgl An act to secure
Appropratlo. Mrlhrvellof Santa to the people ft irId school text
Ro chairman; ss Cart, Wil- books at reded I ; to prove spec-
son, of Hernando Wells DuPont, Kil- ial editions of said at low prices;
gore, KaJht, of Columbia; Cobb, Ogil to empower county brds of public in-
vl. satruction to to adopt such books it de-
Education. Mr. Dudley, of Hillabor- sired; to authorse county boards of
ough, chairman; Meanr Wartman, public Instructio to make contracts
Grin, Doke, Knight of Citrus; Wat- with publishers; to provide for the fill-
oo.NNeel Avant, Wllis of Levy. ing ofcontrmcts* to provide a penalty
8tate institutions. Mr Russell, of for any dealer, el;V or agent who may
Putnam chairman; Messrs Smith, Doke, sell school text books at greater prices
Wells, Crawford. MacWilliams, Clarke, than entered in contracts between
Williams, Peaden. boards of public Instruction and pub-
Militi and State Troops. Mr Aber- lishers; and for other purposes.
netby, of Orange, chairman; Messrs Section 1. Be it enacted by the legis-
ParHnson, MacWilliams, Calkins, Deck- lature of the state of Florida, that
er, Farris, Jones Dorman, Malone. within sixty (60) days after the passage
Corporation. Mir Matthews of Mant- and approval of this act, the superin-
on, chairman; Messrs Register, LonL, tendent of public Instruction shall re-
MoCutchen, Reese, Rowe, Paul, Neel, quire all publishes supplying school
Bradahaw. text books under contract to any coun-
Public Health. Mr Smith of Lake, ty or counties of thip state, to file with
chairman; Messrs Abernethy, Willis of the state superintendent of public in-
Gadsden, Malone, Calkins, Melton, struction specimens of such books and
Baffdtt a certified statement giving the list
Canals and Drainage. Mr Donegan prices and the lowest net prices at
of Osceola, chairman; Messrs Watson, which such books are furnished in any
Parkinson, Brpdshaw, Olmstead, Wil- other part of the United States under
son of Lee Hooker, McKenzie, Malone. like conditions. Such publisher or puh-
Legislative Expenses. Mr Paul of lishers shall also be required to file with
Holmes, chairman; Messrs Knight of the state superintendent of public in-
Citrus, Wilson of Hernando, Clark, struction an agreement to furnish such
Melton, Abernethy, Cobb, Richburg, books under contract in Florida at low-
Hartsfield. est prices at which the same lIooks are
Engrossed Bills. Mr Knight of Cit- furnished elsewhere under like condi-
rus, chairman; Messrs Wartmann, Me- tions.
Kenzie, Peeples, Willis of Levy, Cobb, Sec. 2 That when any school text-
Decker. books have been mannfactureil in a
Enrolled Bills. MrKirkland of Lake. special or cheaper style or form. so.
chairman; Messrs Faulkner, Durrance, called state editions, and furnished at
Doman, Johnson, Willis of Gadsden, lower prices in such form. the puhlish-
Lassiter. era of such special edition,.lsh:ll fur-
Claims. Mr Kilgore of Sumter, chair- nish the same at the reduced prices in
man; Messrs Matthews of Marion, Pee-' Florida whenever demanded Iy1 any
plea, Peaden, DuPont, Ogilvie, Dudley, county board, or boards, of public in-
Kirkland, Neel. itruction.
Organized Labor. Mr McKenzie of See. 3. Nothing in this act( hail hhe
Putnam chairman; Messrs Reese, Far- construed to compel county boardd; of
ris, Snell, Millnor, Hartsfleld, Griggs, public instruction to ado)t such Taylor Morrison. editions when in the jurlmni'int ,f saiid
Rules. Mr Farris of Duval, chair-' boards the best interests of th.. oIophl.
man Mesasts Watson, Wartmann, are not served by such adoption, talkm in
Clarke. Knowles, Rowe, Dorman, Wil- into account the quality o( the paper,
son of ernando, MacWilliams. print, binding, illustrations and their
Public Roads and Highways Mr w-aring qualities, as affected by such
Parkinson of Volusia, chairman; Messrs reduced prices.
Farris, Millnor, Olmatead, Willis of Sec. 4. Upon the request of any county
Gadsden, Baggett, DuPont, Thompson, boar1 of public instruecti'n, th.' state
Avant. superintendent of public irtst rauel io
Public Printing. Mr Wilson of Cal- shall furnish copies of the cvrtifi,,d
houn, chairman; Mestrs Williams, Mc- statement of publishers, givivni pric'-,
Kenzie, Taylor, Ogilvie. as provided for in section 1 of this act.
Public Lands. Mr Long of Clay, Sec. 5. That in all future adoptions
chairman; Messrs Millinor,G regg, Rod- of school text-bo'iks by nny connty
denberry, Taylor, Peaden, Pettigrew. board of publicinst ruction in this 4t ,
Public Buildings. Mr Wellisof Leon, the publishers, in -binhitttng I.ul, .shllt
chairman; Messrs Bradshaw, Crawford, offer for adoption wlha.t are kmo'wi 1,1
Wilson of Lee. Geiger, Thompson, special or state etL.lins of tlxt !ile-,
Knight of Columbia. as well as the rervulr or at indardi *ilt
Miningand Phosphate. Mr Durrance tions, whenever <1' ir'dl by said couit,
of Polk, chairman; Knight of Citrus. board of public ini reaction ''Th, ati'I
Doke, Willis of Levy, Hooker, board of public in-,ri-ution rni.y :,ilt
Unfinished Business. Mr Willis of either edition of t .xt-,ookos wirh in
Levy chairman; Messrs Taylor, Will- said board's judl,:mn. i,: nit 1e rt, !'!.i
iams, Wilson of Calhoun, Ogilvie. as better serving n. i.,nt'r.. ,,t .f i,
Census and Apportionment. MrWart- people.
mann of Marion, chairman; Messrs Sec. 6. That fn!! '% %in t all aipti. "i,-
McKenzie, Reese, Peoples, Farris, Ab- the count boards pbthlc in-'t~ rnu,- '
ernethy, Ogilvie, Wells. lDurrance. are here y auti'' /-d to enter into,
Agriculture. Mr Knizht of Colum- contracts with ir ,ir. for ho aI''
bia, chairman; Messrs (rawfera, Rich- ply of text-tbook f.r a pe.'ridl 'f r,'
borg, Register, Roddenberry, Geiger, less than five (h r., price. :l :ll
Peaden, Johnson. terms to be fullN :-., fortn in s,;l d.ico
Fisheries. Mr Grigg.s of Franklin, tracts.
chairman; Messrs Decker. Parkinson. Sec. 7. That W," 'py of sai,' l 'co-
Baggett. Long, Wilson of Lee, Harts- tracts shall be fil, n the ofli-, oit th
field. Jones, Lassiter. state su riritettilnl.' i '" puilii insti,,
Indian Affairs. Mr olmstead of St. tion at Tallaha.-,4 in t- o'li.,, of
Lucie, chairman; Messrs Watson, Wil- the county s.i,(1" 'l',-nt of uht .. r,
son of Lee, Jones, I)uDonogan. strution, and i ,1till be h li I!
State Pensions. Mr McClellanof S'i- publisher at inti.
wanee, chairman; Messrs McKenzi.-, Sec. 8. That *i,.ahlr, or c", i,
Bradshaw, Paul, Peeples, Avant, Mor agent, who shaiil ,11 any li,,k fCr
rison. Thompson, HIaIrtsfield. greater price th.. 'in' retail tri,' i
Temperance. Mr Faulknerof Taylor, tered in tail r c ti betwn ,
chairman; Messrs Snell, McClelan. county boards ,, rc instrmnct ('i i,
Dudley, Wilson of l.ee. Crawford, Kil- publishers, shil! guilty of a 111 ,I
gore, Melton, Pettigrew. manor, and 1; .,nviction -, ,
Journal. Mr P'eeples of Bradford, punished by a .i ,,t exc'i'c. 1 r: tlft\
chairman; Mesasrs Me'utchen. Taylor, dollars ($.5 ).
Peaden, Williams, Johnson, Lassiter Sec. 9. That .' part or p:,rf i,
Forestry. Mr Crawford of Orange, existing laws in teat with ',.
chairman; Messrs Miliinor, Morrison, are hereby ren ., i
DuPont, Dlonegan, DI)urrance, Kirklaud,
Lassitur, Long. Wny
Game. Mr Geiger of lafayette,
chairman; Messrs atson, Wilson of have a torpid It. ,; wile ,i, ,' th,
Lee. Thompson, D)ul',ont. Willis of only liver r*. .. r, will ,. ,"
Levy, Roddenberry. Haggett. Done- There isn no r,- "y yu i-.. i
gqn. fer from Dvrsr (onstilaf, i,. '
The Governor transnitte.d the report aid Fever or .,' rcumrn.tnt ,., I
of the insane asylum commission Wlerbine will u r'. ( .
Representative I'ettigr'w introduced a month with a tnd fever, 'I i r
a resolution calling fur a constitutional taking two ith i ,f Herbnd e :ve.t r
convention. an g h ot t by J'l'ruimi .
Forty bills were intrsluc,d during and healthy i ly all dru -
Thehouse adjourned until Friday. 10 Someone wri', ti the Tal. ...
a. m., and met pursuant to adjourn. Trpe Democrat king inquiry a '
ment with 65 members present. the drug sto, res : T'allaiha..-- vw v.,

4 resolution was introduced by RKrp- ing t6 know if 11 ri use any tII th :t
redentative Durrance. amending the city. lie could tell by th" p.'i.""
pension lbw so that the wives of de- as pone of them : ,.rtised. Saam wi.v
ceased pensioners could draw pensions' here. A straniz'ei 'annot tell, lv" r.il-
without having to make proof of their .rg the Herald. ,.' .her WhIt.e ; ruti.
husbands' service. has any drugt sPtr. or livery italli'-.
Thirteen resolutions were introduced two very import ait concerns in the
appointing thirteen committee clerks, makedp of a he.slhh and pleasur- re
Thirt -edght bills were introduced, sort. Come. gent.-*men, et busy, ..
two by etative Dorman increas- some printer's ink and let the we'll
ig te alaiof county commission- know you arei here and in business.
anm amd esmbers of the school boards. White Springs Herald.

The same Furniture for less Money.

If you value your hard earned Dollar

Lit will pay you to examine my stock

and get prices before



have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs,and Iron Beds.

a New Purniture for Old.

a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

Give me


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


P. O. BOX 210,



General Builders' and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines


Have You Seen

Our Toasters?
You can toast four pic of' Brmsd, on
lhoth sides, in two minutes. On sale at
tho' (as Office, 8)cts a;ch. Let u, send
You one now.\. -

alea. 0 0 0
Gas Com~pany.


Health is
More Than




11111 ill itlviy, l vo I t JL 114-10111. t Wi liHI tif 4 i,,Ffi to a tman
iilthan gipod Iiia i 'I f tll t*i to V i l it it. wtor[l lcani't make
lmjin v ',4 ht, iA1i s Ii 1 i n Iii lallard's Snow ULIenlnit
Rhetirilsm, Ct,4t', llurn-4. Sprains, Neur!1111a, .11
CURES ove." till Joints, 4ContratLed Muscles, LAMO
Itakan.. ~d all tho Ills tthait l1h is Heir to.
One Who Knows.
J. 0. (1. H Fai.,~t tik'k(ir C itY ali. Writes; cannot
twE, 1ii-lf-v pitni~q- ymir litillard'#4S imne Inlrnq tt' for
tlt -I iiir (ije f itic tit- r itIn mill Istitl, (titttP4e )'( N i l ddl-1) iuii ( n g-ti
~ ~ I, in ~i t hr. II ako r~o"10iittioi-d ,-our
lialads I't~hiiti -yrtp fojr coughs pitd '0uido.
riio i .*1ti-i t-t !Iti- r till palti.
GET THE GElNUIN!E. Three Sizes 23c. 3&k, $1.003

Ballard Snow Liniment Co,
SOOuS0Z North Second Street,




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IpDon't you want tof -t bank eemtant? Would'ntou liktohave one of thie Uttle Ii
,prved pocket avi s bMp!l to helpyos to save your nickalea nd dimeaT It isso arranged tht
you can deposit ban r smaller ohla. It ih of a size convenalw..t to carry in the s pe ket
or a ladies hane f,'Jalwaiys ready to help you resist the temptation to spend mosey. We
want in ac'coo Wit beody in this vicinity.
We fur Oll Ii~ banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an ate ithin thirty days from receipt of beoI. These Ianka are delivered to you
locked and calR opened by us.
You, w0 bsurprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your mall gei and depositinf in a savings bank
it is not, ise 1I ;cve money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of lose by
thieves ald flne, and tb ,,ies it is not making arvthir v But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We' pay 3 per first days of April and October.
ehlow we give a table showing how savings w ill a'curmulate in five years, computer on a ba-
sis of ;:jI working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

l(k' p,'r <;iy fotf years.
21Jc per lay for 6 years
25' per day for 6 year x
3(tc pur uday for 6 year -
r5ck per da5 for 5 years
liJOc per 'lay for years.

Am't depouitedu
- 313,(rW
4639. Wd
* 782. FA)

Interest earned.
.. 22.28 ..
..-.... 27.86-5 ....
- - 38.42 -
-.. 655.70.........
......111.40 -. -

Total ain't
$167 64
.119. 10
fA2. 920

ThIe capital Ptock of the savings bamik is $2".,0 fo.) with individual deposits amouhntirlim to
$3rO, 321.19
Your business with us will be held strictly ',ontidential.
Call and get one of these little hanks while' the supply latas.



G. E. LEWIS, Vice-Preddent.



Mr. K P. Ervine, of Spring Hill, was
v among our pleasant visitors Monday,
Col. Peter 0. Knight is amwnng his
Tallahaisoa friends iigain.
Mr. C 1). Abbott, one of Jackson-
ville' most promirn'nt attorneys, spent
i several days at the capital this week
Large and pr.',tty assortrmenit of sum-
mer lap dunters; fftly distinct designs
P fgm which to select. See then at J.
D.'Osy's. 7
Mr. A D. Williamrnion, of Zellwood.,
was among thn prominent Floridians at
the capital during the week and had his
S apa. entered on tihn Trile Democrat
lubcrtion liist
S)r. Geo. If (;wynn's cottage', at.
'"<,o'klanding' I'nan'ea Spring*. Fla.,
fo f rent or for sale; furnimhod com-
Spletoe. 4-t
Archdeacon Webebr will ptach In
SSt. John's church on Mondly. 1Uenlay
andWqdnesday, April 22, 'A l 24;
at rvice on Monday, Apl 22, at
7O p. m, when notice will b1 given of
tiume of other services. 7-21
A man up In Nebraska bro1 e his arm
,4th other day counting moinney,. s the
patches say. Wi know nothing of
man's profession or hbusminns, but if
gambled we wild not aniel puntliing
next week's amilary that h,' was not
-inewMpapier man. Live Oak I emo-rat
WANTi I---Summe'r boilrder4; re'smful,
It, place no inosiquitor ; plenty
*tallc1ie1. nrilk 'gjw va ,,tauleh ; g(ood
a; hiorea1 and wahlv 'lhlep. On n'min
8. A I.. MRM. J. J. Wi.La.IK,
,. 8'Sm IIoyd. Fla.
Capt J, 1). Il'nridry, or- oif tihe best-'
$own and mont reipevetedil tnei in the
to,. who has served in I he Florida
illllature for years. is e'xpelcitd to
v In the city this afterin.. (%i0l
H ardy has holst ofs 'I'n llhshne'
iid who at all tin le' are i .le' ,I toe
him a cordial wv'linl'.

'"s. True Ivnineecrat im in ri-ei' 1t (if
I E19 lo ing inviliat iecn: MNir. etinl
ves. Eftar Lwi ,rWi'to e'Wart Il,ste r'
metthe plo'.'esue'ref. f 'e'anr C'II'ie'e
Irswentr R f t h fialrei ,e'1r4ItIlv eelt' her
7 @# Thursdeiy ve'VFitinvAl'ril Ix,
toli It 1o'clocek. at ''I' le'iv IAm1%.
ibsa. noir Ida.

owners and NHles. Cured of Rheumatism.
A fine lot of largl' horse and mulesT Mr. Wn. Henry, f (hattanooga,
now in stock for sale cheap. Se" me Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
before oun make your purchases, as I *"The strength seem-d tet have gone
can mlake at to your advantage to do o. out of the muscles, so that it was use-
A. AT INON. leA for'work," he sa., "''I applied
A-tfat .1. 1). ('ay' St .his hamherlaim's Pain h;orn and wr-pped
.1 Fre d ), i,,rrv, ,f T:,l Ihasseei'. the arm in flannel at rniht, and to my
r lre'lief I found that thi'. p,.n ^raelualiy
known throughout tine State is one of le't me aud the attren ith rturn',al. In
the most popultir men touring Florida, three weeks the rheuni en had rdi.a p-
was among th-, viilsors in the city yes.- iared and has not sinci tirnei. If
terda,. iHe wIl re-main over today and troubled with rheumat ri,n tr a ifew ap-
may hr. here- t lroiih Mondlay as a plications of Pain Halm You are cr-
guest at to. e l.:-otel. Mr l)ferry is tain to be pleased with th.e c'lief which h
known by all the le.-Tling news.paper it ffords For sale byV Tuil.ihass.e.
men of the stati ;Ie a iolly gol rollolw, i .u Co *
a hustler and a or'rpr,,ser of nmuic. In -rug Co.
18\93 he served as pave. in the .Stenate Commissioner Mclimn, it, his ofliji'l
while Capt. J.me s M'Keiy was Stitte report to the Goverrnr. .AysM that. the
Senator from Hillaborough county. lie cle'rical force of his ,otfic. is not .sulli
is representing the Hutlchins-oii Shic' :c'it for the proper discharge t it i
Co., of Jacksonville, at the prewnt ldutiie, and asks that the L'gil;A;tur#.'
time with a line. of bhitt andi cip.i. provide him with more clerks 'Ihis is
Tampsa Tribune, 7th. t ho proper way to go aleout there matter
ite, Brown, of Ky W- 't it I Ihe' Legislature will no doubt irnvesti-
Jrfer.on n. lBrown, of K-y W..s, t irate the' conditions in the nommission-
is claimed. will I I a candidate for Gov- her's tlice and if his stat,.nm.its arre
ornor lbfore the primaries naxt year. found to be 'orre t, and there is n
If he should de.cielea to eni. er the race reason to doubt them, he will urnque's.
three will bme sonm thing dei,,. II<. i' I tiunably b.e givenI the asstilst.re, asekcl
a Mtlrnh d ild cam ;a tln(r, a -o.< I .t'ik,-r i, or. The I.,Legislailire,. shoullel Ile tihe .
anil an ablei lawyer. tr, int. iI exr, i!- pow authorizedi, to allow tlies 'l.t,ksk
round jolly fllow to me.,et, anl I. way in the cpitol luil ling, anil ti, ., l-, i
he tr.iatedl tl.o pr e l.y ;it hIti iei n i w in vogue',. f allowing thil liff "er,,el
niflcent homo in K he treats o.ve rv -ll tlh( t ltI'ris t they ee tit is al. lPel naceii ola J.irn.il
come in lic l;pat'h de ( I An'othe'r liler l suit! (;ov 'rn.or {'irw-
Goveernor Hrowiard's ni r'-.,~a i. e ard hal ts brought suit against wh' TiFnleei
[1'e inlature failetl toh explii wl hv h, In *niii feor r$o,(l> d magl s to leis f.ir
hald fnilhd to itoiill thn' it'ie( h weIrnrIil of e n;irmi.' fInd d potl.le, reputatlionn W lile
Isaiah (Cooper, oi f I -Su.oto llMunit*y, who it isn 't any our 4 r ''sc rap," w e, '
was convietcd threo., years agi i I the in brother'iv lov thit the Timn. s ('tiiln
conviction aipprovei by iOhwr s i't I rie't hI th. ( tiov' Fnor Fi cents il, po tv'
court. for ammnen inasiul (tifli 'ilt M >ieI'Al 14t Hnlp. ;t1l n -latehtr i l' t f iriait r F i' liPV ,t
Bowman, of Punta Gor da. I' he p opi Springs IHrall.
of l)hHoto expected re'rferne,,, to this
deferring of execution in I In', rIls'ser,'e '
but were disappointed. Cooper sho.leel Fertilizers Fertllltzer
i,>y the penalty of his canoe, and I i.t Now is th tir, to mend in *,.r i t-
.' held in jail until he die' of ,il' i line- ,(I'r for Fertiliz,,r l'or
nmeint. Jacksonville Metrolpoelm Tobaceo,
S.. . ....-.. (Coteto n,
SYRUP WANTED! "', .......

.'i ibarr'lc oeif Florida and ('e orin
S 'in Mieust Ie' put up in g(ood. souedal,
n '>. ~errees. e .i'ar'rl'4 Addre'sm, or c('ll
a LEvY HRom.

Iac 'allC'ire, and
Vi-'ve'abtles of every kiuiel
Sve 'It A. SHINF:, Awt'rlt.
Janiaeary 22, 19,17 48-tf






The Very Best Service at a

Reasonable Price.

[IRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.

Electric Lights and. Power.
...... tfl.. a

The City Electric li-'ht 'Plant is no)w prepared
to sulpi)ly an unlimiteil number of new cus-
tomers, and as the Ilant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee ind nitu>t be supported by
the revenue' from its bu-iness or from taxes
l'vie( on the r'o)'erty of e(vvery taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Li ,iht Plant. Itates are reasonable,
and the best of service (will be given. It is
the purpose of' the .Managers

To Put On Day Service

ats soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers'' foEr electric Motive Power.
Heating, ('Coking, Ifroniing. Fans. etc. Mr.
('. H. ELLI:.. Suplerinteni ,it of the Electric
Light Plant, wi'l Ie plea.- id to furnish any
information desireii. ,;ive him your orders
and report to him ;tn\Y def' Iti\e selrvi(ce. P.
i). O X -172. .

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We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle

man's profit.

Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.


City Electric Light Plant.

Fine Cotton Seed! W. D. Pratorlus,

cottonn from thl ahove .'v' i,
sold last year at 12a c't'vents [1: i
pound, the sanre day that other
cotton .c)lid 't 91 cet'li 're\\ i
for C. K. rttdle.

VanBIrunt & Demilly.
/ For Sale.
At a 1cw price to a quick o'u ,r, enie'
I'5t two, I tine' location.
5-2 W 1). Wlei.e iN.

To Real,
Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs.
1 W. G. Moor. 215 Virginia stret. &-tf

Fune ra Director



'The 163


For RoaLt.
A comntortable 6-room ct with
kitchen and bath room wt f
ilkcksi of l.e Hotel. Ra@t, 4 piW
moi i h Apply to L
'l-tf HOWAnD GAUWK&.

Fer Si.e I
Ten head of good h"va weight
Apply ito Pzsj Q& U I.

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ihx-n Dd, and NWM.1


P\ foo. d .t h- '

So r nmakee r food with
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4' s

RrV', Ba!kni,
oya Powder


Lighter, sweeter, more palatable

-and wholesome.

mYM. mAwma rDKR 0m.

HawIS-VO lA .

at nd State Mftrmay. GOOD NEWS. Mrs. Eddy Maes Statement.
Serald has recently given some For the purpose of demonstrating
to the proposition that the Subject-SidewalKs. that Mrs. Eddy is in the full possession
enact a law establishing We will this week commence the of her faculies and is capable of di-
bout the State a system of urn- manufactureof cementsidewalk blocks. reciting the present controversy, many
iaJ te text books used in the We will make only a first rlass block, tIatemInts signed by h.er are being is-
and it has come to the -and they will be fully gnarantird sued romni Pieasant View, her Concord,
that the proposition is an by the manufacturers, What it will N. li., home. In the latest one site
lne and its practical operation cost to make the above article, we will ay ": **'o my aforesaid trustees I have
be productive of evil results. let you know in the next i ;ue of this coilinittid the hard earnings of my pen
1'hose who advocate thi- measure paper. nt which time we wilt state whatt wozK, miy honest Woil and latior tant is
S attend that-it will enable us to get yoir walk will b)- worth put down knw. ext books at lower prices than we now These blocks, when rop'l,, rl n m:i.i, nima:t rcv, and I have so doie that, I
1 and the whole question a;1)Hrevnly are the most e-,nomical d 1,d ',f d .,ih.- lit, hitve more peace and time for
SNieas, so to speak, on this cont, ution. wik, for they .an be tike.n up and re- s i'.r.al thoughts and inighr cir,-1
k.Against this we have the views of lairl without injury to th- ,!,. c-.,"
S A*anyoonscientiousarnd i.atriotl writ s 5 f (;iG MOI. : & D\i.s '', ".c on earLh, good will towid
who argue that State intformnitv in v rrhNot. i 'i Tine Thillhaissc ';.' IMoC .4t
volves at the outsc the .,ruit, T e Church Nocs. v, he ,, s ... te.,,,
books now in use, worth a hmiii ed Trinity M. !ch, S. () ,b; .h L., complimnents in- it;.ner'
thousand dollars or more., .>id ah:,itu- 'teirs'',, I' ;tor. 'S rvio, '.' ,",nicv it l,,.t,.r .dition. DuAtIlioi A \, ,cavt.
tion of books of inferior qi...ltly ,o:h 11 a. In. and 7.()p. m. .-Ier lp ,i there any reason A., s,. uhl
as to contents and the minait' tial of worth L ':atue, ;;.(H) p. in. St ir i l. ii,,t 1, so? Surely evr i, i oi 'T'.-
.which they are made. To sustain these worth \lA. Auw, 4.I.) p. m. Al m.rnh'i ia e e weicocs ever id 1 "f public
Views we are given manuy fiets and requested to atimil. he < publiC ., ('iinti'prise.
, figures from the States t ha 'L Iv tri.d .strang(',rs sj-ciiy invito.d, to w r i.s p .- -... ..
and abandoned uniformity, as well as with us. Eureltal Yes, I Have Found It at Last
from others that are still suirerin from m Prcs'>yt.ri;' 1 ChL'urch, 1'v. VWin. 11. : louiid wh.it? Why. ihi i iiii, r
its expensive results. Zierder, s r ;.t, oi, ;'4\ II bel'riiin's Sa,'ive cures r' .l'r l i i. ;2nd all
But the most seriousobjection is this: o'clock a. m aind at 8:00 o'. ,K'k ;,. i n., ; mianiier of itching of tii,' .-i i. I 1 iv .
.The scheme now under dis.'ussion in sermons by the pal-,tor. SL .bt I Le,'be a.fl.cted tot' fliny y. .r., w', .!,i
this State proponses a State school book at 9.45 a. in., dise ,e. I hlid to get up ite or lour
commission of five to ten men to be ap- First Rlaptist Cl(tirch. }'v .1. P. times evV y highlit and %ki.-i wilht col h
pointed by the Governor. The book Pruitt, parlo Strvir'e: S,, hiv at 11 water to atiy the terrible itching, but
trust which is supposed to be powerful a, m. ari 3;10 p. rn ; Hiii s. ,o.., 9:t5 t' sl,1, 1hug this alvea tid l cetr.
and un'acrupulous, could influence this a. in.; Junior I Y I'. I.. :::{ i.; i rtu5, tle I chi h,. stol>|d and has
small number of men moe- easily than Senior U. Y I'. U Friy ;at p. I'.; n o truloubhlld ilP'. '.i r .Joiii T. OHig-
iJt now influences the 46 county boards. 1'r.,ver and lPraise srvicc ',,dne.,day y Ruotvlle, ta. 'or sl I by 'l'alia-
"omposed of 138 men. at 7::30 p. . hae Drug Co *
Then there is the political aspect of St. .Johrn's Ei. .Eiopal (hurch, K!ov. 'win. rciiinhi, A.ltbii,, h!uttle,.
Sthe case-giving the Governor addi- Dr. W. 11. Carter, Itc-tur .-.ervices: beits, screw duive ;ril 't,(As tr
tional opportunities for rpwanrding his Sundays and Holy Days, holy cornmun- any nitchitne, .rnd ,,,:c(.ciiie oil, at .1. 1)
friends and building up a nmaclhine. The ion 7 o clwck a. mr. Sunday, 11 a. rn. 'v's. 7
newspaper friends of the present Gov- and 7.00 p m. Friida*v s pI.'in St. Mi-
- arDor have repeatedly justitied him in chael's (colore(l). Srvic'es: Sundays, l",lowin' coin. i .in Fl'li,,,r Wil-
ofcially rewarding only those known 4 p. m. Friday, 4..:i, p. m. liamson .s JJa1ks,,n'.';., 'l,'irini,>ii: "Andl
to favor his policies, thus giving us to Christian Science Services are h ld 'lToml A(ptt;lelra i ,,; t<, ,.it t t 1 ,it n it
understand that fitness, :ubility'and high every Sunday at 11 ,'lock a. n., in thel took harlie Fn II.I. it Im, i t.'Re.
character are only secondary considera- front room, setold story, of the build- cent disclosures. of l i, |lea h st '2al i -
tions. With such a principle to govern ing east of the postoflice. This room is in this city onuys. o ioL thl:i it di.,,h
in making the appointments, a State also used as aChristian Science reading am tha city tnly ie wlt ',.l lnd
School book commi.bsion would not be a room, and is open daily except Sundays, axom th atthe 1:hA iIe will .st' .ni
ve desirable institution for Florida. between the hours of" 10 iand 12 o'clock t te man v 'srain.
elieving in home rule, the Herald in- a. tn. All are cordially invited.
sists that this text book question be -J.W. L I Y, 11
permitted to rest right where it is now, To Reinstate Mr. PerKins.
vis: with the county boards. Our coun- At a meeting of the. Board of County Veterinary Physici an'
tyofficials are home folks and we are Co('rnni not afraid to trust them, especially as week the followipir re,-olut io n .Ws and S:lirtOn.
their interests are identical with ours.
-Punta Gorda Herald Whereas, w'- "rt i--,ili',,.l tlihat cer-I Dental Worl,\ i Spweialty.

F' Geotle and Effective.
A well known Manitoba editor writes:
"As an inside worker I find Ch;amber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets in-
valuable for the oti('uch( of biliousne.ss
natural to sedentary life, their action
... being gentle and tirfcLive, clearing the
'I digestive tract and the h lad." l*'ice
S 26 cents. For s.ile by 'T;illtiha l)Dri
Co. Samples fre. *
:n In Honor of Miss Smith.

tai in c 1a I ff v"' 11;h1vo.' -'1' it n cre'tvd
against .James W. ie, i-, s C ountyv
Solicit$or uf the ('reuirimi-lC ourt oi
1eodof Vuliiu1nmt 'itilit v1'''rriiai Hill]
Wnh'evs.t he Go,')v.! ,)rtior fci Iliw'SI t o.
aseenit it ti) sti-l.4'!l lii'-;,id Jam.'s
W. I 'erkins I rtmin s.a it. -, il
''\Ahei'ea..*,'e :tr- 'I'sit -flel "tre the
foIA W 'it,
ttuI vd, 'l'hac iwe'. int'e(Xuity
(",itiivi',suorirs of V\ol'.-,.a c'tuily, Flort-
ilda, do thr:'le Sena:,tet ie hcintere.;ts
(i4 (IN' tt aXIVe'rxand 01 WWII t U111 t he

()F ' 4



brand that will

and sea

as the


.vecry*,,can is guaranteed as
t) quality.. Try them, you
\w:1 like them and want

in )re of them.

Call and


Tb. Vrodt Oawd Cove -ili c Td


see them.


nned Goods of the

Best Quality

please you.



Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00




If you become totally disabled
the Compnlany pays your premium
without interest an(d these premiums

are not deducted from

face of

l,,,licy. .

Not take our word for i
but let us prove it to you.




* 41



IRA SANBORN, (Genr'al Agent, Central Florida.
(,Calrdabell, Fla.

to write fr ,' I ,or1 tiun vyet thut minute may decide Your PFture.

Young Mdo! Younq Woman! jujliyan yo fr (' -iAtYif tis(Yhrooni
10)1 ~. *lit' l.:. I ( dKEEJ'lMS, SrTENO)(RA I'll ENS. Ek'.
l~tiiiii,"th~t ''vor)i.d y lstin sthrting cuts i rTa flays 'iakiry in the Ed.
1)1it. 14) eritti Ni W '1 2)DA Addren~s
'ItII (J!M 1BUSINESjS COLLIML2(I[,lalIhaNsse, Fla.

Miss Ruby Smith, a former studeti. sa.id James W. I'rkiMins, t:,t they do
of the Female College, returned to her i',eii.state him .o the pn4ojin of County
home at Chaires last Monday, after a 'olity Soli ti'r ot thie' I i iiirinal Court
short visit with Missa Lila Bryan. ot l On Saturday afternoon she was the
est of honor at a 5 o'clock tea given A Woman Tells How to e Rhe
yMiss Bryan. Only the seniors, class-, matc Pains.
mates of Miss Smith, were invite.d. I have beer, a very vre't sufferer
The main feature of the entertainment from the dreadful di-,.ae, *,- matinin,
wasa "Yes and no" contest, in which for a number (f y.-aux I have tried i
the prime, a handsome box of pansies, many mredicines. but rtiv.'r {.'>t much!
was-won by Miss Alice Corbett, of relief from anyof them u!ltil two years
Jacksonvih. Dainty refreshments were ago, when I bought a bottle 'of (ham-
msoed, consisting of ice cream, wafers berlain's Pain Balm. I found relief be-
d ftdge, that delicious concoction fore I had used all of one' little but
k l b by college girls. The sou- ket on applying it and soon felt like a
Vis were cards bearing the name of diterent woman. Through my advice
M sad honoree, and the date many of my friends have tried it, and
te were ied with bunches of pan- can tell you how wonderfully it has
b. the class colors, purple and worked. --Mrs. Sarah A. (ole, 140 S.
pNew street, Dover Del. Chamberlain's
T p "Memt were Misses Ruby Pain Balm in a liniment. The relief
Reyold, India Brandon, from pain which it affords is alone
Rftl, Delf ,troman Net- worth many times its cost. It makes
D ,f*oAle Corbett. pest and sleep poesible For sale by
r llmll Uas... Co *....
w- i th, who is A .......A.tack
$ ou ht thi county. A Ctap c
"' -'-'- on an inofftnsive eitisen is frequently
SWue .made I that app rentlyuseless u sle
ITear tobe caled the 'sp dx." It's
wi** tgernkato protrseted c
41WO- eiD'per D h*

A 'i r, ie ;
Sckmnt x I' I

Copy"OwrTs &C.
re i*t *.-rtilt

N811 m~ j.re, a1n

ywr 1 ur nowlieUI 07a11 io-ilo-ra.
My C.36 lima".New York

Cream Vermifuge'


esnam or 0?*Yai@Um.
"eNo"psmin sPaf3e &v my
B.ailrdSnew LinImat Coo
SY. 3&VIOU. We*

k 'll AAit~S~HED1,W)Se~'~

'allahassee, Fla.

1.51 Aiti.IsliI r1885

Undertaker and Funeral D I. rector

Undertaker and Funeral Director,


TFI.i(iRA I'lH ORl ltIIS Vii1. ;-

Day or Nglht.



Rinif up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Sucess when Orduelin
Meats from my Sta.L


Phone No. 44

Al' '~ -
"e~ ~



or quality has been



.- ----------


(Successor to A. T. RoUins)

A11 Kinds of Fresh Meats
guaranteed. Give me your"orders. Prompt delivery.

I _ _



mllldl',, f1moll oth


CA 1, 1, AT Tl IE$

State Treasurer's Rsofst.
Th" monthly report of Hon. W.
Knott, State TrIreasurer, filed with 1
Governor, uhowt balance in ti TeT
ury to the crdflt of the seTOfIal
and Edu national Funds at
bumincas March 31, 1907, -
General Re.venue Fund...
Pension 'ax Fund. -.7-
One Mill School Fund. ...- ;
S t a te B o a r d o f H e a lt h IP70 0 -
Principal of School
(Uninvested). ..,
,..-0 CIA16-1 e w.ooKL) <^^

A mlnd y r do your woWerkWll Interest 01 OCfool r uMO..
Don't waste previous time In worry or tret. Principal of Seminary
Nr stoop to whine by the way. (Uninvested). .- 5 .98
'I Lan't" ha"s nver don aniythit y etire of State Covivt 59.99 46
Whthr at wrk or at play. ire of tate Convicts 59,9 46
tlur riathtalng with the work thatt. ,e,, Indian War Claimp; FumO.. 25.000 00
% =hetbr you butlid.buy or soll; Drainae Tax Fund. ... 4,380.67
ep 'as"t heart, obe thw ,ksw'lry r l*l A ricutural College Ind. 3,010 32
Amii aiway. dyyta, wrk i wa'l -
i. H4. w ,n Woman's Nati',or. I isl. White College Morrill Fund. 4,317.06
.(Colored College Morrill Fund 4,682.80
Reply to Judge NcLeod. lfat.h Experiment Statioc
Fund .1,642 09
-ioiKiOIy, 11-.A., AprlT, 1907. Adams Expe-rimen,'. Statoll
V';I. T'Ii: DI.MO( IAT My attoritor Funi'. .. ... 4,240.66
in )itrecti d to Jut;.g- lDon Mcl..er,,l' Interest of emina;ry Fund.. 68027
cormunir,i'tioi in thie Gulf Coast Brez(e Blind, Deaf & Dumb Lnci-
of th,- .rih ista)rt, in which he inti. dental Fund. ....... 262.81
mriats t;,t I havp -.een pr mature it, Experimentl Station Inciden.
sadvoc.;tinjo ther.irinf.xation f the fict- tal Fund .... 219.36
rr, 'v t i',i. of F'riirkiin county to Wa- PIroceeds of ('College' Preperty
,,1# 1(,,i tv Fund......... 2,617.06
He rudmit.; we' are rapidly advancing Florida Fernale College loci-
ind wdil o.,rn ie. one of the largest cit-. dental Fund ..... '1,88a6
its on toi< (,Gulf cBast, I. e., soon s th" Colord Normal Contingent
$60,00) is expended that the Iovern- Ful ........ ....... 1.75
me-nt appropriated and the $60,000 the Univernity of' Florida Inci-
G. F. & A. Ry. Co. will spend on build- d1 nt.al Fund ....... 1.26
ingR wharf and deepening the channel ---.
that ships drawing twenty-two feet may $ ,607,60801
discharge their c'rgoes at the Carra- A-Bea uilArt Supp ree.
belle w arts, on which work will com- A At
mence immediately and be pushed to Next Sunday's edition of the New
om Pletion. York Sunday World will contain a
With all this great prosperity no near bm-autiful artsippl. ment. This art sup-
at hand Judge cl,( (d voluntarily ad ilnment, wit be uitable. for framing or
Vises us to just wait a few days that f,)r any tlecorti~,e purpose. These pic-
we (St. Jarnem Island) may be a cri'a- tutred's hve beer s.-lect'ed by the Sunday
tre with all the g lory Crawforlville im World with a view to their fine appear-
now etnjoyinf, exet. lo C.arraeldle, will. t ncl. I hey aret. ,'h subjects a.s4 ,1ll in
be what 7 The larg.stl (;u!f port in arlt lore, at 25 ard 50 cerint. Free
Middle Florida with th. Sut. Suppose' t adafe : "Advicf without the asking Is Good Judgment
never i tphp;.'*td." 'th e i) t 'h;r';tc eri-l i' of nirm)
In this <',ilt itr i tlvi:',' w ill nAInt i,' .i.1 wor, ft Inv.lli. hi to ,pd liu .i
srefe'drd tio, l(et i.thI' l lt r !" it I' i 1, 1';, i' n ', 1 i .11 I .- iry to ltcutj ew iv '-.
fronm (,it I l.' lrd.,'-4 I r'LV t and i A w i 1ri t. : i" i jufllternt. wl.e I)
bru ivmy :n., of' l ,'irrbi, I'l. chmse d ei'--, he i , 1 , .! i:i V ,'r'rn ftlge' f I f ra|, -h 's r ,i, l "' i ,. ,Iin t flic ir 'v e r
Now .ul4y MA ,l.od, v,o kr.,ow you to t i fei.red . !. rl .iny indeed :.r(
be a I)ig he r .il. i ,V ,ren, 'ro u s tnl .llicjentl i I ( ,',. Il. .. l r wi if i, w rile' '> ,pr'*-.
officer amnld l v, yutir ce' h4titlA E t'i lu I ,i 1 tti.;i r .1 14 iii ,i r i th,' goio l tie ;.ilth
*re y I V,' l ; ", tit K 1'r itrlen trt ( off y( it, ; ':th iIr It ) '".' (,' 'v, ho '
enti t' coi.,.' I O**It'. *' tic i'f' t,,l n i' ni I iA I of '*. ( ,' \ in 1 ,, l
thnt a4 e i 10ii 1 ,itot4 ,l j ', u ly ( .' II I
The' w -.e i ,(rtio,. of i ,
county i,. r im itir,, i' ', :
have, antdl t 'I t I q, in' *,
thrill) VoN i n:( I A 1
acknovw, s.l,; tHt,. t t ho, 'am n p,, )4
natural lyv ,I.oriivII tI Wiks u t. t i t .
Pleah rii in lier, Wi f wltsir&i ort, f
giving you t;(t( c u It t otf tit;i' p|I. |
rrty, yqt I yoll do lft Cp'ciut, th,' # $
The citiz,'7 ii of St. .J1a ,'s li4hi .nti ,
ore not de,siroqs of M'i( nt ie i iw R e w a rd
County and burdenll thI' tax sayerM
with new court hou I jlail nnd para- W' ill be paili to aly\' IjI'Fs)ll
pharlia,sayinr not auiliaut the pol- 'Wocl i 1fiil ld 4atil
Itiesthat natural, o ci.ins with new i
eountiM opui nlll)1 ..ll(:)
The businiies. m ,1ftfl t,,i.ci -'a l g 1.t(. r t it imlanitliotfl irm
are toINloui4yIle.vehlp4 andit Ilalnnin d (e- (e () ill ( hcr, (' 1 t ( t' 111
Telopment of its ural -eourte-v to ht'r'll, l|I)ha anl( Ii't L (Cll-
even think of politioe. What.they wan i*i''. ()r
Is to ho conveniently anevessible Ito th, (1t1'1l, ( tin1aim h iWl ... o
county site, of course thin annexstiour chll(l'ora lh'di'al o(P jrlo N f
would pluicC the1- thus. ,
The petition tIs cirni'hltd in Fralnklin their1 (1(Ii'Vtti\' ', i 111 ;.y
county, and betIn signed i)y all that of ])r. lMiles' Itll),ili(s.
have the )>rp~p r intere-t of thatetion ,, ,,
at heart, it will '.. wher pre'wnt'Ld toO thte <;o'niral Assem- o01iginal /)aIat ,('s, tiliop-
bly of Florida
'T e citizwlnof Wikti m,.,cuntjtv that (1('d, u fill( ot 1 illlj ''!< l
I have talked with lire wiihn toi l 'i, pli. w it (' 'rtaill tilliz i 'lipli-
and appreci'itte thiti vilu:tIe. izift, bI4 l S il
when a surel by Fl iiti kim.1to v thi, t 1 lt 0''S nH ll' ilttl
desire to I e ,n fxi ,i > 'ed I ll,.,i, n .*(, Si:l 'itl! ;tlI'11l
tyo a petiliort w ill I, .il),' l.4 i, 1 .1 It 1 .
yo ur cou! y irI l ,, ... i , Ii'.' I'l 'ti* ..
honBT of Itev"lt il! or I , 't" : "l l ... l f- n I t 't l.l VI I '--
W il th k o , -, , i,. : x I *
W I CulIn ( ,lll c tnty ) t.>.| .,' h , ' .. ..
W 4 ,I '' : ,f
their ser riout il w 'iti co ot. |., ;al .. ., I
nt 'shut ove rtlhw of Ir ln ti-i ,. *
Jtludge, Mllp(u0e N e1 VM 6 l) u I t i- I .
t.r, t ftIly intr tlit,, ,; '. 4 . < ,c 1 i ,t ic, 1 1..l i
W ilt (-(,hI. A w. A Ir .. ,l, ..' II ir.t
dt'nl w 'i h ii ,i I ,'iaV ,. % % , .a. i'a.

D011.1 Plot on

Cottil \ 'i v %i' 'I 11Ii I', tv icta Itlc
Ull t -e't,ii -. id i%,. ure'rs et, I?'I,

V), 90141~~ t .un oe by
yo i 0 ut'iflOut
f, .- t
S 'd- Nl'ca.. 's I Iin hulk,
MiLIC3 MCLIILal CO., Lio~lltft, 111-


it till. 4,l l' vIi ,'i11 -. .% 1~ 1-- a~ l

o41 SuIecI' i~'t i i'~ i ~ c.,iviIt'i.t noo'ts'tcsc-a l' . i4 'i
cure ni' ct l~'c ~ttlil '.ii itte' .,i~' coa iv vui er of It1," 4 1 iltv ioua' t ot I o. cciI.

00 oto Collins for your job pIrirtnt,.~ q I .li ,'.5 A:'1) pits'
104hitlarlif-ie of i t-. Ih, 1e "tlivlleutl t tiitt O A to', or ,tit
w haveasm ilee'creme, sti eand tl t I-tI, i N'''
on '1hutsttliy. ,Apl-Ail al ', tei lte' uiuu-VOWI T4K
b" e lawn.'taiI,' I ., Ii i he I. lg1ia' ct i,
10 I ii,,, c'tI. iTciiriooiis v.it 1111,17. va', a ws. ii
Hon. Siltas N~. hui ',i 11 lIk-tiWtlii C.','ovvl'ir a I '''at' h- Sci ,f-.r a pariluI.n ',r
pumans of T.;Jhe' ('iv, sitel:tweli 1101 lltci ~':iv;ac, i. t ItI..' gll
y mn Otoumtt 1, t4 1'. 11,
UPSMI-A. 1'. 14'eWi.i'i A,1.lE.
15W; 1t1ciViI K;i'i'lc

D7 r ~ tC onighn It fr 'I tlut iiit~mc,' 'c
.y will ltook ailt' legiiiuult u j i t,'I., t
ns. t~ih e oort, to liviile I h'ett iti

*x pi,.f iNM,0r4 Poland-Chinat Pigs-
4g5t~l~~tk aoukasm


d ndawW

MiS ,bstLonttains idwit
Opwmopbine nor Mwval

Apafect Remedy for CoriW

w 'gwIsinsemiish-
nmaWeuL~ss 0, SLEEI'
Inmsi.fibsugnature6 of

wv 9IvRZ

w w or, U IRPlr9E.




twia IC&EISYANCs. MgW VOa as rI.

dr- -

or '1" 11 C(VI 'I ( LA NY!

'I .' (i" ;. ,.i' i' \v )'v ('hoi" ,.tL t'arnm -
!:'; !;- .. -, \. I( u I .,, 1 s; than a quarter
lt : rt n, ,l t ('ii Limits: la rd is'all clear-
(,), ha,- t,',< ''\ (\l2) ,':,e '< can treos on it,
it bt' fA il:. !hii. now being planted in
I o'l Ita 0o, wd(l is io,.- t :td(!Iliiably adapted to
r':lising il kl :'- ,'" !':!tim and garden pro-
,iiuts. Ti pit'ace is entirelyy enclosed with
Hlog Wire I rwing,,. Has good tenant house,
large Larn a;i(id ot lr out-houses, well, one-
horse wagon, and .il i( c4 ssary farming imple-
nrients; the en tir p lace, including everything
1t4 the txtrcrnely low price of ,$2500.00.



I Real Estate

& SON.

A gents.


- -C)-

Gilmore & I)ir Co.,

TIallahitssee H.:rdware Co.

Will close their doors fronrr

M;y I to Sept Lat 6 6'clock p.m.

except on Saturdays.

fI~nininUV9W'r Tr~rul bW

Guardia:&'s Noticie. Admialatrolor's Notice. M laigadpeaw uiesi
)TI CK114 lS lIE':'.H';lVFN TlliI' t TPIRTY Nottier usLa st iven t RIt o sloictimm .legauq 4-.1 maw carrilod n in the lap-tairb part of
I N .....fl. it cgt wilt ift tS mI5'51tit't 1,u e. tt' shtW~tilUa,. no toil!eo al pe'isot bSa'eing claim-, 'r teC g tnie bal1g ery p
I ~m. he~'Mny Pa., b ~t. ofI*Ai c..ou'. 'zi ajs.'uaoi gas: teesat.ctisraf e ~vWbley. dro. ~theCucltnie buuus olg, e. A4 supIRO
f~t -itltcs, thCOu theMi.iii otesle h. ei xpe.seI st''imen ect ereaca.re,~u
il u t. Hirsisluaw.mmin, or. wtad to the foala.w- AtM-k claims or imr eAs agccle t teuiutvrueras within :hineo Set am rmp-~m m
air4Aees thud I* miq: ow t4of P~w I4o a. .~Itwo Yes" ta'eWit is date. othti-wise mawe wig bp jatmonA f "Offi

!r 4~t he,

JI3 0. COLUJs., Fblbeih.
." -= 7 - - - .. .. .

Always Do Te r Work Well.
Whether oft' mIa on r to serve or Mmnand.
To followr in th battle.
Wbether Me wtj your brain or your hand.
be not l ?1b, drive cattle."
Whether bevy Or ligtt the burden you bear,
'Ti only results that will tall;
Be thuhtful of others. to all give a care,
8A-"'-5 A---.._ _- -L ._--I

rw sg Wwet r& iF-

IACAeand x

Miss Adele Gerard

149 N. Munroet St

Tallahassee, Florida

Fancy Work Matoilal 6pddtttW

Amndin See IonsI 1 ad
XIV of the Laow and
the City of Tallahassee,
Adopted June 14, 1908.
Be it Ordnaed 6b yAe Cha CoMm o of wh *
SCwIox 1. That Seetion loa fI Cb 3i
be and the same Iherebyr am1aM de U t
a follows: .
Scrto L. Each and e re
Cit of Tallahaam shall ato M
and the Mayor shallbe empoweed to
Impounder with the oonsentad a
City Council, for the purpose .t -Q
provisions of this Chapter. That it b
duty of *ach and very Impounder to Ik
Impound any and all hoea. mue bw
calves. roat, sheep and hqp food l
large, either with or without a drtrw or b-
tendant, or staked. In the streets, s 1d 11
them smfely impounded until allt pnatlle,
charyue and expenses, including .dve t "
shall have wben paid, or until dised of, as
inarfter provided. The Impounder shall be
tied to the fee of one dollar herelnafter pin
for eacii animal taken up and impound, a
fe( tb he paid by the owner of such animal, or m
of the proct -. (of the sale thereof made tn acord.
ate, with the provisions of thin Chapter, Mad st'
SIc. 2. That SeIt ion 5 of said Chapter XIV b
and the trame is hereby amended so as to read a
S'c. 5. Any ixwri-on wilfully permittiiwh"a
horse, miule. bull. cow, calf, roat, sheep, h a
nther live stock to rgo .at large, either with or
out a drivi.r or ot lci atat'nIeda.t, or to be stakeC W
the' streets of said city shall, upon convi.tio
ined not more than, ten dollars or inpriaplegat
mure than ten days.
I'ased by ('ity (. unil of Tallahassee, f orda,
on March 2,, 0'.7.
l'rn-4dent City Councl.
A tcht--A. II. Wi. lAY.-,AM (,City Clerk.
Ai.,ervedwl. W. M. MclNTOSH. Jl.
r, *,*. Mayor.
may cor'-rn that in sruardian of theestate
'of lxArena M. o:ms. an Infant. I will make appliea-
tion to the county juive of I on county. Fto da.
at his office in the court house. In the cityofT
lha7hwse,on Saturday, May 11, A. D. 1307., t teT
o'clock a. Lm., o as w )on thereafter ass tbe
heard, for authority to .sell all of the right, tt
and intere.-it. to-wit. theu ame bolfn an u1ndlvMd
omne-twe'thh interest of the said Lorena M, Be.
infant, in and to certain lands ;tuated. lylfnrim
lpinsr in the county of L.xon, State of lorid. do,.
cri oed as follriws, to-wit:
Allof section thirty-four (M4). And alewal
section twenty-seven, lyinir mouth of the 8. A.
Railway: said two named sections being in tow
Phip one north, range one east.
The 'st half of the northeiat quarter. Ie
east half of the northwest quarter. The n
west quarter of the st'theat quarter. T e
east quarter of the southweet quarter. And a#
o'r the Mo'v'hweet quarter of the southl-heta
ter, lying north of the St. Augusltimne= 1
of the outhrsnt 4~toatrof the satiliwtef ,
ter, lying north of the St. Augu athe rOMuid
bein, in action four (4) in township on see.
rangerone ea.t. And all that part of the
half of the a.orthwst quarter, and of then u
went quarter of the southwest quarter f a
"ec'ion four In township one south. ranu a m
east aforetaid. am oire not Included in the lIhw
inr limit, to-wit; Rerin at the northwest ese'
,if mid Fretion four, and then run eat fetem
and forty-eigrht none hundrodths chadeao t
,uth to th4't A,. :'os'ine raidand then wrtely
a I thr aail St. AtiguTtinroroad to thewst
ht;nilar%. I'-*i. ,.f a'd -pe'tton four. and then e ar
or, -;, ''( 'Ih.s.t.>h VIMf 4,f the t,, ihwrqt quarter: and
th v.-t half of tl: v,.- half of* the routhwlA
'<|iar'r,.! tlr o,.t,1. ,'araitct -of section twy .
S' ''' nintld y.fveaor,
%I "" ';ARErT R. Reo.',
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c!Jfc. n1; 5hrv PIr- SF*d. CA3IC3
I1" M,, M, 1 I **h' *> dintiea Bd. hG tor
S'" ' '- ~, l. .l) l. ld aonda .rant r
N* It A .,, i h r I lha czemaI ite '
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o .. I w hr 1 l'u.n';I, i. or an;.
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, hl ,- l 'io n c ,t :- to Mr J.r. i Mczalr tS S
i hh. it .,r A',ru i >-.',')" hii connerta w f "
I, Anrs,. Mr. McNar taking his plaeea,,MI
<'ks.'w. Irnmr.t servi-o and a a a I It
u',,v our ire 'vir whorevor amrlanuaeU
Till": ( rHEKCOlI'ANY IRTHK gla]
Mdr. II. W. uRR. *ti .
| M ait a ,' tlnuat ofr tfe n r'

('.'inty r,>numinl.occne of Lr t O
wllI rereiv, siraled hd* la th- e4
;,tii 10 o'clock, a. m.. Tw'lII.
Mar, A. D. lTs,?. foR th e iB
know' as MeCalI' tI
a.x 1*1 inwnrship m
W west- the brdge to be
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Under the Pirectits Moagement of
Benefit Christ ChurchGuild. Rctory Fund at
Perkins Opera House
Assisted by



and the members of Christ Church Guild.

Three Magnificent Performances!.

Thursday Night, April 25,
Songs, Sketches, Ctassical and Rag
. Time, by trained vocalists and dramatic
Friday Night, April 26, the comic opera
With a Star Cast. Elegant Costumes.
Delightful, Sparkling Music!
Forty people on the stage. Profes-
sional singers; beautiful women: hand-
some men; bewildering ensemble of
grace and beauty.

The Greatest Event In North florMa.
Saturday Matinee, April 27, p. m.,
a little folks' program. Children ar-
tists. Drills, Marches. Sketehe and
Songs. Come to any or all perform-
A special coach will leave Tallahaa-
see on the 26th for Monticello, to hear
the "Mikado," and r, turn same night
Tickets for each performance, 60 cts.
Reserved seats, 25 cents extra.
Telegraph or write tor reserved seats
Monticello, Florida.

S /, Mr. Je *o Dea. t Hard Times la Kansa. LETTER TO L K. ALFORD.
Our0 city was greatly' shocked on The old days of grasshoppers and Tallahassee, Fla.
ST to lear n of the sudden death drouth are almost forgotten in the pros- IDear Sir: Not one man in ten knows
"M~r. John A. Cobb, which occurred at perous Kansas of today; although a whether he's wasting money or not,
home in Cairo, Ga. citizen of Codell, Earl Sham burr, has whenhe paints. It dependson thepaint.
His remains were brought to Talla- not yet forgotten a hard time he en- With one paint, yotr job will take 10
bnse on Wednesday for burial, countered. He says: "I was worn out gallons and cost 50 for paint and labor;
Mr. Cobb was a resident of Tallahas- and discouraged by coughing night and with another 12 and cost $ 60;
s for several years, and was highly day, and could get no relie tilll tried with another 14 and cost 70;
respected and greatly liked by all who Dr. King's New Discovery. It took with another 16 and cost 80;
knew him. He served in the city coun- less than one bottle to completely cure with another 18 and cost 90;
411 at one time and was always inter- me." The safest and most reliable 1 vith another 30 and cost 100;
asted in the welfare and progress of cough and cold cure and lung and throat with another 22 and cost 110
his adopted home. healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by iere's an example. Prof. Irvine, of
He married a popular young lady of I all druggists. 50c and $1. Trial bottle the Acndemy, Mercerbure. Pa., paint-
Tallahassee, Miss Bessie I)eBerry who free. -... Ied the. floors of his dormitories every
has the warmest sympathy of her large Editor Will Carroll. of the Monticel- year, one year with one paint, next
circle of friends. hl News, and the cartoon picture maker year with the paint of another dealer
Marri ae of Niss Chittenden. for the Sun, was among our pleasant there -to divide the business between
Brooklyn, April 9.-A wedding of visitors Tuesday. them--till Devoe came to town.
great interest ocrsf today ^ onu B -,.rThe job took 90 gallons; takes 60 De-
preat interest occurs today on Brook- The building occupied by the younger oe The difference, 30 gallons $150ke
lyn Heights, the ceremony being per- portion of the county school children vle didn't know he was losi $10 a
formed this evening. Miss Anna G. was the scene of much fun and jollity year till he got Devoe.
Chittenden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. on last Saturday afternoon. r the oeo e
Simeon Chittenden, and granddaughter Another example. When ,Geo. W
of the original S. C. Chittenden, of A much needed rain fell last Friday Brown, Union, S. C., painted B. F.
Brooklyn, a notable citizen half a cent- night and again on Sunday and Monday Arthur's house first time it took 30 gal-
ury ago, ia to be the bride. Miss Chit- afternoons, and now we hope to have Ions "cheap" paint; repainted lDevoe;
tendon is to become the bride of Chas. plenty of fresh vegetables for the visi- 14 gallons.
K. Thayer, of Worcester, Mass., who is tors who are filling every hotel and Yours truly,
oneof the most prominent attorneys of boarding house in the city. 25 F. W. DEVG E & Co .
Central Massachusetts. He is counsel Rev. J. B. Pruett, pastor of the First paint. Gmore & Delour
for some of the largest corporations Baptist church, preached his first set i- I
and wealthiest families in that region, mon on Sunday morning to his new Wanted.
and is a leading figure about Worces- congregation. Mr. Pruett has rented I Two experienced sales ladies. Only
tr.-Miss Chittenden is a cousin of our the cottage owned by Mrs. M. C. But- experienced ones need apply; no other
fn. S. D. Chittenden. ler on North Adams street. applicants will be considered.
Cent Cemissiosers. Mrs Aaron Levy and daughter, Ger- 7-2t LEVY BROS.
Tuesday of last week, the Board of Lrude,who have been spending the past
County Commissioners of Leon county week with her son, Milford. at the The Literary Club.
met in regular session, Hon. E. C. Georgia Millitary Academy, College The reception given last werk by the
Smith, chairman, N. G. Johnson, J. W. Park, Ga, have left for a stay in ladies of the Literary club was a great
Collins, W. D. Stoutamire and W A Washington, D C., visiting friends and success. This club has been among Tal-
Register, a full board present. The relatives. / lahassee's most prominent social insti-
amintes of last meeting were read and Judge C. B. Parkhill and wife chap- tutions for several years, and meets
approved, and accounts approved and eroned a number of little boys and girls every two weeks during the fall, win-
orderedpaid. By order of the Board, on a straw ride to Lake Hall last uat. ter and spring months. The subject
Mr. P. L Boatwright and other citizens urday afternoon. The party was given being studied during the present term
in his neighborhood were granted the in honor of their young son Joseph, is "India," andthe entertainment given
right and privilege of putting a gate who had reached his ninth birthday. at the residence of Judge T. M. Shack-
across the Belairublic road, ust northford was an "Indian t ea." Mrs. Shack-
of Tallahassee e southeastern railroad The handsome two-story cottage be- leford, Mrs. Balkcom, Mrn. Charles
said rateto be putpand kept inroa ing erected on North Monroe street by Hopkins Mrs. C. M. Ansley and Misses
id gate m Bto d be put up and kept e Mr. H. L. Bethel is nearing comple- Jessie Edmondaon, Mary Apthorp, Mary
cr s them.t. Martks river at Hornge tion, and will be a pleasing contrast to Page Randolph and Ella Nash comprised
andis were received from Home the melancholy strip of woods which the reception committee. Theseladies
Bird at $00 and J. J. Gray for $75 has hitherto existed between the Gov- were elegantly dressed in cosattfnes
and both bids wererejected by the ernor's present home and the Catholic copied from those worn by Indian prin-
bord ; and on motion, duly seconded church. ceases, in which filmy veils and mag-
and carried, Hon. W. A. Register was The Junior and Intermediate Epworth I nificent Jewels were conspicuous fea-
ppointa d to have the bridge built. League will meet in the Methodist tures. The handsome parlors were ap-
T Clterk was ordered to advertise for church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, propriately decorated and Indian curios
bids for the construction of a wooden Miss Helen Saxon leader. At the close abounded. The refreshments, genuine
brige' over the Ocklocknee river at of the devotional services a business East Indian dainties, were sent out by
MeCall's landing, as per plans and meeting will be held, when the officers Vantine. Among them were Ceylon tea,
!adnflcations on file with the board. will give reports of the month's work. chutney and chow-cliow. For the bene. [
There being no, further business the D fit of our reader wo. wll explain that
board adjourned. Dr. Crawford Jackson, of Atlanta, chutney is a sweetm-at liberally sup- (
-- P reached in the Presbyterian church plied with upper and chow-chow a A
C TT SUPIEURNTKNDINTS OF PU- sunday night. Dr. Jackson is a noted crystalised ruit.
LIC INSTRUCTION. divine and is touring in the interests of The next regular meeting of th,;
Ther, ror mim Jasa m.,. juvenile reformatories. [he Methodist club will be held rnt Tuesday, April
T ea sasa roer-o,I and Baptist churches were closed for 16th, at Mrs. Sharkh ford's. The pro-
os. TsKeley the occasion so that their respective gram arranged for the occasion is as
W. R SimmnM Macelny. congregations might have an opportun- follow
o.. LScott Starke. it to hear the distinguishedx gntl European Clasics-. official and unoffi-
J.R. ler .Tituvne. y r the d nus e e-cial; Orders, Cere, n.. G. F. Tucker BiOuMtatown. man.*
W.. L.3 Turner I ,nverns. After the refreshing rain Monday Ditinuihed h Statesmen Saxon.
sCit"' afternoon twelve enthusiastic workers nected with the Indi.an Service. Mrs t.
X. Hall Miami. met at the Methodist church in the H. Gamble.
Jd.. J. H. Brown acsdil. regular monthly meeting of the W. C. Indian Reveren,' ,nd Financial ',n
S.L. Cook .Penscola. T. U Mrs. VanBrunt, president, con- edition, Mrs. Greenhow
w. T. arier Apala.hkel. ducted interesting devotional services. Distinashed Nai vs, Miss Am ..
.I3 Quiacy. Reports were made from the different
A. N.C... A.M.C.R a p..Bro.okvile departments of work and plans dis- The great numlber- of friends andl r-_
W.D1. .kkteeaoTaamua. cussed for the advancement of the mirers of ex-Governor Bloxham for
.oS c.c. w vs .. cause. The object of this union is to complete list see th.it admirable publi-
w.. erm.. Moutleilo. educate public sentiment up to the cation recently frrit the pen of the
S . w. ep h. a standard of total abstinence, to train Commissioner of Agriculture, entitled
2:;: &: L*Nb fthe young, save the inebriate, and se- "The Census of Florila,") are not only
I es..:::. .n.. .. cur. legal prohibition of the liquor traf- surprised but extrem-lygrtified to see,
....... fic. him the picture of health. To those of
{* L O Slat 5us who were here at the session of
W... adeatown 1906 he looks at least ten years young-
.... o al. "Out ot sigbt out of mind" is an old er. He is seen daily on the streets of
.... ::::':a saying which applies with special force Tallahassee, and it is evident that
.... ....e. to a sore, burn or wound that's ben should he again choose to enter the
...... .... treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. political arena he could make it very
B.......B. ; It's out of sight, out of mind and out warm nldeed for many of the leaders in
of oeistenm Piles, too, and chilblains our State political life who were un-
.. A N dlsappear under its healng tnueosee. thought or undreamed of when the T
S rGuaranteed byH a drugists.26 aS. namofBioxham first became a tails-
.-. e.b. ----- ----m-- --- man in Florida affair -Correspondent
.....* -, -::. W* 9. .. Tme-Unio..
:.....: I wi- have at- sta -the .t ---- ---
.*S.. 'S Taedays and Fridy tMhe best Weates Mr. E. P. BErvine, of Sprig Hill, was
B '. .. S Meats. P. NtMm. among our pleasant visitors Monday.


By havi y
w ith Ala
them more
able, more
make your
ful place to live

ave and
WabOtine e i, are

is "Pe on 0"1 01on
It.UM SU l 4

j IYaeger. t

Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTC(HEDI)
kt the Mill.
I build then under a
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
'allahassee. Florida.

Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers

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Mad. under Section 2. Chapter 4115.. ilaW t
Florida, showing the amount if tax- ehasC
to the Tax Co lertr itf Ilnn county. r, .
to be eollectnd for the curre.it year M.i
the apportunment uf tih Arn' to t 0 se-l
funds for which nuch tis i'- hav, ien
Total Tax Year IW. .
Amount pail t A|II l Int,. II 6d*a.

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Attepts H.T. FYaUL.,
Clrk Circuit Court. Leon County iorsida. April
lit. 11i.

Applkatlen fer Discharge as lmeca-
Noti. m hereby ivenm that wall. oa the 4tU b
of September, II7. present my final eratW S
xecuirtx of the ast will and testaiment or HaW
D. HarU. desmmed, to tbe OuatyJudl of LMA
county. Plorda. at Tafham Pl lr d aW --
ply for a dischare as such E euatrit.
Executrix of last will and stameMt O fMania
D. Hart. doeesed. 1-4
See John Collins for Job PrinUtng.

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i P4pes and Speciflecations Upon Request.

of the very highest quality, of exqusite
design and workmananip, comprising
I chains, cros. es, brooches, pins, pen-
da*tas, etc., all being articles of adorn-
mI.nt of the most chaste character,
**sp-cially adapted for Easter wear, are
O)(M being 'hown at my store, where
your desires will be consultedjin every
respect and the best service rendered,
a therebyy saving you time and money.

"- --N. A Cuapof Whiteo R ,se or 5Dio Label
Neca and Java Cofte
;. \ is what goes straight to the heart of
^ '\ every man at breakfast time, and veey
t one knows that only good grocrs keep
good coffee. We take special pride Il
our brands, s they have made owr
j J store famous. Just as good as the et.
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire *task.
We sell nothing but the b.et of food
/,J products tlioe we have tested our-
.r..-. selves, and no can stand by them.
'' VG J. W. COLLINs, Grocer.

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Happy Col6rs
You know that there are colors which d sadness, others which
indicate happiness-but do you ever stop too how often people are
made sad or glad because colors?
You know that children flowers thrive best In
the sunshine. Why not ha sunshine in yotr
wn home then-why not le yu bow to get

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