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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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on ROsecOndKim Ada, MUse Curre, a nacromplish-

SBeai's resolution, pmis eingin grand opera d vaudeville, are prn.
Lm-mint to ut eoiUta.Uo i- a l a in a pretty romae ..
neo from the suffra, Itis the happy outcome of an ccl-
dt, *ntln made an ateesummer, and eulminsat m we in a
**wi inW T sting argumentprivate announcement of their u -Ie-
IaItfor, w h was bearsnby a large mnt.
Sof delighted spetators. Miss Currie played the violin with a
-otI. The resolution of Mr. Oli woman's orchestra at one of Atlantic
stead for a eommittoo to mapect the City's leading summer hotel, and for
Canal from Bisayno bay to St. John's some timeo unknown to her, Mr. Lind
river went over to tomorrow. was one 0o the moat devoted of numer-
,N T RnD READINo. ousadmirer of her musical ability.
a .... .. Theyout lady combinea U the winsome
Passed: To repeal section 1421 Gen trait of the most cultured Woman of
rTo exmpt from taxation irop- southern birth: she is refined, modest
Sof te Y. M. C To require and retiring. Coeq r the in
rode of notarial eommii Ons., of the grand opera peiencoed .vexa-
To amd section OS Gen. Stat, ret- tious delay before ha was prilleged
a to ereco court e and to pay his homage in person.
j*as. To tax baad of =fy m. He finally secured the much coveted
A eoseurrent resoluttoh n o WntiU introduction through the medium of a
the Governor to speoId mY sheriff mutual friend. In proper course of
who false to enforce te local pton time Mr. Lind arranged promenade and
hi elaws woo adopto..ed o yacht p rtiel in w.hih the handsome
At 11 o veto mewe of lat you vlinilet was hi sa peialu.
session wer takes up and were n- After the joyful vacat, Cur-
tortained. de returned to her Somerville home
P. To aiDAY, APRIL 17. and Mr. Lind want West to lnl profes-
Thesnaste ofh r day wan s the ibn- $esnageoment, amid is new travh-
oid n t oby Mr. Farra of Duvals,etfor int a Coiorado and Kentucky. Hea
din. of ro well known among Boston' devotes of
the wdinI cup of vthe ot.Act U grand opera, having appeared here in
Internalmprovement Actof 166, HenryW Savasge's "Parsifal."
Md the discharge of the trustees.. Mi Currie is the eldest daughter of
tmNATI. There was another midfor Mrs. Alice L. Curtis of 45 Lexington
committee clerk, some of the attempts avenue, Somerville Highlands. She wa
being successful. Later In the sion. born in Tallahassoe, Fla., Aug. 16,
no doubt, the chairmen of the several and is in her 1fth year. Her sf-
committees will be requiredo report. financed is 36. Her father, George B.
a on previous similar iccaions, the Cur e, a native of Swanton. Vt., diede
actual services perormed by the sev- at Tallahassee three years ago.
@mal committee clerks. The widow and her three daughters
ON THIRD READING, made a new home at Somerville in
opaed: .Touvlibdat eand confirmigrants August, 1906, and since then Miss Cur-
ofprivileges and franchises made by rie ha become famed throughout that
cities and towns etc. To galize, e city as a violinist. She began the tudy
all act^ of county comminssioners re- of music at the age of 7, under Charles
meting the laying out, etc. of ro s. Rios. i -
Passd: Lgaliing inc 1orp do At present The is studying violin with
o emplwer county commissioners to A pIDocrt sh is stu -ql vi oi w
gule use of O roads for railway Vincent Akeroyd of Jamaica Plain. and
tr s. To amend section 112, chapter the piano with Alva Glover Salmon of
Se deflning ds ofa intra ~, Boston. It ai her intention to retire
at. T fo Ithor elegf isla ,ti t- amt from public work and devote her entire
a to administer oaths to witnesses attention to the completion of her mu-
and requiringuch witnesses to disclot se cal education. For the aat year she
their interest. etc. To amend section has assistedthe choir of thehoir of the park ave-
219 G. Stats. rela tothenting to the pr rue M. E. Church, West Somerville.
of ballot. etc. To amend sections Ata recent entertainment of Willard
Gen. Stats. relating to commissioners of of Kingsley post 129, A. R., Somer-
deed of other states' To amend see- ville, prized veterans w.re moved to
tose 526 and. Gen Stats. relatingo to tears during a medley of nati onal airs
finance and taxation. sympathetically render d by thischarm.
Lost: To provide for (umpuory edu- n and unassuming artist from beyond
cation. the Mason and Dixon line.
HousE. The l'Penga-ola Bar Pilot's Shortly before Mis, ,'urrie left Talla-
Association tendered cordial invita- hassee she wao awarded a handsome
tion to both houses t o visit Pensacoela I diamond ring in a vting contest mini-
its guests. A vote of thankwaos aged by the young men, who gave her
unanimously passed for the me. a large majority af there most popular'
O I ,young lady in the city.
O N T H IR D EA D;IN G -""
Passed: Legalizing incorporation of The Pet Schemes.
Cottondale. Authorizing a special tax, The Democrat do'i s not Iemlieve for it
to be levied for bonds to be assued bya moment that the Florida I gialature,
school district in Dade county. Toregu-j now in session at Tallahassee will at-
late the killing of cattle for market. tempt to saddle Upo)n the people of this
0povidhig for the sale of tax certificat- State the life insurance scheme sug-
es at reduced valuation in certaiN cases. gsted and recommended by Governor
Lost: Authorizing notaries to act as Broward in his special message to that
coroners. o body. There is no demand by the tax.
THURIDAY, APRIL 18. payers of Florida for such a scheme to
SNATZ- A resolution by Senator be fostered upon them. but there is a
Adams poiding that all ap nations strong sentimet throughout the State
for the support ofpublicinstiutionsagint the State engaging in life in.
should be itemied, gave rise to extend- starance, fre Insurance or an other
edbtrbeing..vigorouly oppoed by- et rich quick' scheme, with dosenr
many senators. On roll call the reso- o1 high salaried officials; and a great
..iwfi... 1 lint of clerks and minor officers whose
O r..wa ..a los .D officials depend upon their amnswering
Oa TAIR READING.t r er brheck and call of the powers that
ri: Authorhting the trut~er ofi b,'e and the expenmw of this must be
the laternal lr.provy.nent Fund to eon- Ipaid by the citiens of this State. We
itrert a dam and lock in tie Caloosa- believe Governor Broward to be per-
hat-ie valey for (he protection of its fectly honest and sincere in his cocvice
lash. To 5mdi aect on 3142 General. tins about thia scheme, but fear he
*tute relating to the bringing of haa studied this matter mord from thy
gits for damsgolb negligence, etc. standpoint of an office holder of the
To Mea etlon qmK the po -son of a United than from the standpoint of a tax-
a .-aee p,..5 facia evidence in payer.--Live Oak Democrat
tai-llaM"for the illegal lJeofbi- -... --- __~
{d M mon. "When a man is forced to awallow his
."_bO -'-T A rreotutoo nag tlelown words he is apt tos.uffer fmn a
"It toit atbMi Cxmmnhmisetoasend serious attackk of mental ipdlgesUop.

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NO 9.

w f frtesadm. wate a m .
BesM l b ave of Civil eati point theAned au P b a
*c l fee p It tralon S essam 6~ 1tag d aw
eare. bvoe stmld, baut W
ten's tin a de ,o and at . ...
Dr. LMeobPledanat of John the Prta the d The htte ConveatUes of County
B. Sto atUo DeLend, writes stuart tyemay the g l SupseroltOndmta, Sbcool OMOen and
the followlag albe sad timely ae Mowe o ae h whieb mtin
Of the press was to triami.
article on m* a Ieeg of the Press for The crown aed TallahassewM me of the most se-
the Tim ei o.alosms king violated the- u.t m.--* 0 tl p t of ataswe and
"A free peops eaaont remain free pressed forward wA decision T work acomp d ever held in Florida.
unlethe freedom o were not to be The right h sessions t th invention were
nlrea g it r w freeao freea" apeh and of a free press t marked by ha ad ood feeling
the preatandthe frdom of religion demand in no u rtain tone. t ouo aSte t to ftee-
The ost S of the th is was their only scrity against tyr tooal S rs q eStioa wa re
the f freedom f W prsp. Ite is the oany. m arkalemo. t s
S nbulwarktof h Saw f'-oAmerica for k O.a A. w ae
back f all our ah t which are dGRNVI 'S GAG Awra. The s n was oi to oriler on

b ofalow I o tw" sM inW- amen so tgam ,,--bytee .. .p t. H-ll?
cribed in thae tuti. a MA the laws In 1763 there was another quarrel h eZtHwswS3
are the inherent rigta themselves between tyranny and the pree. Thi r
ihweieon to in our te o Grenville .struck aU o. ..T.M. T wy
laws. pa..i tmt.- wa s & ?i f s a o elcto wfary. B aw o w
In article 1, of the amendments to of wlas a o uio of attack te p t he i
the contiten the Untd Stat but tyranny had o f eo

tbefondd 1dt United t enosr om PIt HohtKh repB.e ----.D.
the people aay thnwhallxmake. t eme ne.d aa l. -committ w M
o law not speak their minds l 2aoal e<-c atin of tfear Jar o- . a
or of tfe press"Thos provisiolnof the mt. The feelings ofosting oth high thehool ole m
Federal coatetr ha been followed Wm of the state to t as a

6o mmnolamenrtnanthe wr revis thme cr eof,
ot o-f *A n itwas noe buws h nihl ed committee were: T.
thatw W becam e an' Ualville; W. N.
that the bodyahaMrin.free pae o w ideo-imaa wodl Conra .d of 8 ^hoLdhi L
no law t br t the freedom of very e Thil clamor bMCleN the otil e tiima; t
traeeh om le o r of te a hur h P of am and thundered threb t C btytW. .
tha l afrO i paas ha tried toodge istr 11 London until it reseid etto; r.Out a t
sth Goenl'doors. The roar was
within itsf w e s C. ithoe Asa Lo
Intt tkitea te tws plain that t he e was of wn e Jtoo
sth The p~ioipan d the tmko it aa o it o eit er o l .
oerty of srit hm poken pe. binden w S rItrs vawhowsBt, McD.Tteh.ob Mvs 8.
The b k whdared thervows was the newspaper. to ec a Lyhir.lo
Tht e It W-ncae we have of court of lat reoor fr the people pr t t
.the lvf yM, tyrtnn utii tkgi; sB.ywro:n.nWo lb
ies that we have inherited is th be ARRST O PhINTe IL.. di of It sBarlow. i
lfor those tibertas as a rase, and John Wilkes was a printer at that poi wer e r se=ed at
meaily be taken away from time. HIS paper was calle the North f Solowg of
us. On* might as well strive to stop Briton. He struck sledge-hammer g u". On W ea f1 4
the on ward see of the gulf stream as blowsa in his taper against tiry. Has lie of S5tal UnSforJH
to stop the _mwe of civlizaton It scobr the k n he o the poo d thegine.d gpti. ; oi
can't be done by any one man. The cabinet; he scored the policies dIto oppuven; ea r fr ity.
newspapers may have previous faults, king'sa ministers. He scored Lard Grin. Caicfr coUo to;
and noaset of men will admit them ville. The result was tboy alls of Virgil 0oVp s4tm .
quicker than the newspaper men them- him. This wa proof positive that the e a
selves, but with all their faults they are darts of Wilkes had #one home. He Alebra; h year, Gomety; 4t
a bleming in evay obmmunity. They became a sort of martyr for the preas. r"i 'ss b R, Cnl--
taper.Iin t onopthenreasia disw=s hu h a pr Oels dl t r Ck4l ark a
turn a oearchligt on every nook anm The printers saw he w fighting the.ir- ., -- .. -
newsay of the town. Nothing can hide battle. He voiced the general disaonT. 0 ,ro d dstimead e _teTne
from them. There are no dark places tent. The mutteringw and rumblings g-- -tsh oit ,-a-r el b, ar
which the newst r doea not search of ppdalar wrath scared Lor Bte o othou.t .tory; lt4 '-- '
out Sooner or later it brings every- ofl ice. olkes became so cold th rat v sv
thing to view. he wrote a scathing criticism of th esto i
t GAUWNOn TH PUkrS. king' s hpeeh to parlrnmmst. He was, stashisa
Until 1686 no man could entertain an r este a antue a ther o 'ug merp
ependnt opinion on anything with persons were tak nto eutody at the r o ar membr $all
siaetyndet opinion on ythttwwith same time. Wilkes was driven from 1ML "me sk
fthority. Church author es suppreeissed auEngland, but thecaue e repr noted teory same nt .a n
rindependencehurch of thinking n uppreligion, was victorious. The gag lawfailed Science:-st year. Zsol ;
independence of thinking in religion. The prints would not be silenced. phys l gorahy; rd ,
This spirit of rereession has come hi pS was the voiceofthePe or chemistry, 4th year,
down to the present Ume and flhm pahes co wre notr H belre h o commercial ari thma ie B
out in some quarters against church pe a.wer not to be silence r c o t
members who ma entertain views con-o r h pKugg. Ti'his course of study waS e e
trary to some leader of the church. Po- THK GAG LAW OP 1771. unanimously by the conveatmtn
litical authorities suppressed indepen- Again in 1771 the lower house tried with the rolutions passed by i
dent thinking hi, matters affecting the to gag the press, This time, however, mittee of the. following f-Ja.
state. The politicians did the thinking it was a prohibition against printing doubtless become a law: T.
of the people for them, and a person the debate. Six printers who defied it Beath, Dr. Kniblo, Assa B.
took big risks who dared to hold view were arrested One refused t o. Capt. Lynch, Dr. Conrai.
differing from the political leader. We The London authorities aided with this The greater part of the firs t
have had 300 years of strife in the ef- printer. There was a clash between days were spent in apcuraoe A r
fort to gag the prens, but the praos hwas b general and the local authorities. nittee r ts w e received O on ld i
won out every time It ought to win The people took aide with the printers morning. On Wednesday aftesmetg
out. People cur e the newaapers, but afalnst tyranny. Public opinion has matter of State Unlformty
what would we do without the ne- away been on the ide of the pre. cussed and upon a vote was
papers They cannot by cannot The newspaper i the people' friend, to oppose State Uniformity: T v
will not be gagged The people are They have no better. By this time against stood 91 to 3..
back of them. individualss may chafe more newspapers had been added to On Wednesday evening at the CApi*. ,
under them, bthethe intelligence of Ithe list. Their combined force was tol the member of the covonve n wo are
every community is back of the news- overwhelming. Frim 1771 on journal- addressed by Rev. C. C. Carroll of
paper. If, in a" storm of passion the ism, as a distinct power, has had a part Ocali. and Hon. Frank Clark, and on ,
newspaper should be temporarily gag- in the work of civlization. Nearly all Thursday night they were entertained '.
ged, the people wuldh quickly see that the great Fnglish newspal-rso point t the Fcorida Female College by a rr a s
they had lo.it a friend, and they would back with pride to the day of their de- ception and music.
order that the g:..! be removed. We liverance. Among the most important resolu-,
must have nof p plierS and platforms tions adopted were:
ol iree speech, nm l we want no gagrn TIM I'F:NNYPAI HE Git AG I.AW. A resolution favoring the increase on f -
th.m ,(;ov Pennypackr, of l'ennsylvania, superintendents salart-e; a resolution
riu iSTA 1pu i r hIER ;AG L.AW. 'tre d theKe Kga w on the state presp of favoring the increase in the pay ,
IIn 1-K th, L,,.I h star chfamberk ut 'ul'nnsylvania, Immediately a fierce, board member,; a a ,..s.iuion fovorl '
forth a, effop t t, ga the press l'he wild clamor arose. He was attacked the continuanc-r.of state aid to high
regulation ,f tha tribunawere very Iby -the newspapers on every hand. graded school.; a rv.4slution favorig 4
Styannical. TK*ressedhard to AI1 'hose that upheld him in everything the u.tablishnent (of fund for t% .
the liberty of ,u' Th.re had al- e opl osed him ii. this. He wais a sql))ort of oatnl -chollarshipatthe Sta t ,.
wavs bIee .:,-,rship against free' worthy man, but very stuhborn. He- university and t riemae ( college forfach' ?
mSech an, 'i prss, Prining was set his jaw against the wp<,;.ei and, ot the counties in the state; a reos01- .
'iniit, nfar1 i .ra.tts fearit. All uainst the paper.. Ie d.e-clurud that tl.n favoring th. llumnphries Ball for %
iwho its. wfant'. r.Its rear iti All I they must begagged. Thepeol;ie must cheap hook; a resolution of thanks o 1
were obliged 1 I ,'. r a licensee very shut up a nd the papers must shut up. the.. ctz,.n. of t'al.lahasee the Plorid J
effort was n.,l' t,, repress all fre.dm. I He claimed that th..y w.-re printing 1 '.-male .1'. th legilat .. ure t ,
a ith I l'is They claimed that he wan telling: for c'ourt.si.. .-h..wn the convention ..,
Suspected te. -ans were d.alt ith 1 lies. While he was denying their tight whale in Tallshchsee
victory A rea> tyon soon came agiirnt, to judge for themstlves what th,' truth,; STATE T-A HI.KM AS(OCIATION.
everything that favored of gag law. ,ig t mi"the l k.ew what t"e On Saturday morning in the office of
and those gag measures of the star .um.i.g he t the principal f the high school in Live
chamber were swept away. was He pTej --hisga awOak; the executive committee of the
THE Si ART GA LAW. through. The machine-nammereu the stat Teachers Asociation met for the
THK ow rl AKT OAO LAW. legislature into silence. A heavy p ur-p, s of preparing a ?pr-ramme for
e b rwe .l Tltryu aalty was attached; the gag was co the net annual meeting to be held in
broken by Cromwel The early Stuarts |tpe. Every newspaper in the state Mari.nna duringthen
from 1603 to ]C11 had used the gag was to be ailenCe~l, but the Rag did not -"s There were -'esnt 42S?
s.Htem of H,.nz thh, VIII, put forward work. In spit, of the p naitd, the .y.. The wt "ut .
by the star chamber. The control of nwpapers dfi'd the law, deed the r.. eu r
the preas had been complete. No man govrnor, and said they were willing to ,a.a Mr. .. cT.orond Aer e t f
dared have an opinion ot his own la take the consquenceM.. They said t-, ey blardo cn tolrf. fSmmos Orif.As B.
must let others him. The people had pelitions to do fighting an iniquity like that The gag Nelson. M
the thinking, Thepreaa was silent; the law wase against theconstituUon of the Jasper: "and tMorMowie . D..ra 1
people were silent, there were gas .in United States. It was also agaim;t the, -r-anty.d T"efowi programmewas
all mouths Therne were ag. on the state constitution. It wa. against good .n ge
press. The Stuart kinl did, not want public policy It wa, against the ,"- ,Inol" .. .. in ^ ddreofwk.a
anything of the peoploe bit silence. and alienabie rights of the people. It was vocation" ; musi:addr" G s M Lvof weco,
kthey wanted migh little of that. a a an anachronism. It belonged to the i r.espnte; Gnua Mddre .Lnh m. !
humorist put it. Tyranny thrives when middle ages. It was unworthy of a ....idenCsannual address; musi c:
th., ijteo andt the eInS are silent. free people. It was fit only for slaves. u Curant.eden'r annual sd reamu l s
MiLTON'S AKIOPAGI'ICA. It goes with the ball and chain. (;. i r ..... un .l




I-sred as- esa Cls Matter Marsh "I. at
the rt 01Ms M Talh'Irsm--- tsehul under
At *( Cnwr O Mrcwhk ,L INW.
Oeta Tdoslm se ldiMt Corn Adams a
Clitmes swe Teo e.nNo. 1o0.
beia Per P Tt. T Advance.
Advw$rWm etnow AnLatimas-

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Tallabcse. urMy, ruAPOU ,IW7.

It is poselble, and may be very prob-
able, the next governor is now serving
in one or the other branches of the
legislature, sad his candidacy no doubt
will be announced before the close of
the sesion, or soon thereafter. Now
go to guessing who he may be.
The Fort Meyen Breeze ys: "There
is one man who will be a candidate for
office that should be unanimously re-
elected u a token of the people's ap-
preciation of his competency and his
lo e attention to dutie. That person
is B. E. McLn, the present commis-
aloner of agriculture."
Editor J. Holland Starbuck, of the
Orlando Democrat, visited Tallahassee
at the cloee of last week and made this
oIlee pleasant visits, and we were
plead to become personally acquainted
with him. He is a great admirer of
N* oen. Mr. Beacham, mayor of his city,
and Is vigorously pushing his possible
candidacy for aubernatonai honors.
There are ever good men among
the legislators-and both houM h have
them -that would make Fl a good
sd acceptable governor, and m here
eoths, too, who would make excellent
S iot officers. It may be, too, they
l be named and announced as c dl-
S date also before the adjournment of
of the legislature.
The brief but highly appreciated visit
tO our sanctum on Thursday by Mr.
AMila P. Jordan, the talented editor of
; Wa& qerda erald. wae aslono a-
great enjoyed plsure.
S t M is Ie omf ur favorite ex*
S, sad is a ty independent
Sfeaestae pubtsee We heart-
ish it and its editor long life
.m preporlty.
S b yesterday's Ties-Union General
A trt Oilehrit announces hs candl-
Ws g for gewor and says he wantede
to be and will try to get the offloo, has
W tten no letters a.d has not engaged
W oe to urge him to run, and is sare
ufctidon if he g t enough votes."
we will say for him that we be-
| t he would ll the bill better than
thi lat two have, but he will surely
Shate other candidates to reckon with.
All the Autter about counsel fee paid
S the attorney general and others by
the 1:1. truitoes before the Jennings
~., laelbitratlon amounts to nothing as
Argument in support of the recent
0tra0vagances of the trustees in this
N pect; because those counsel fee paid
Former boards were drereed by the
eiwrt. The entire fund was in litiga-
S Aton for maftay years until relieved
aad taken out of the courts with the
proceeds of the Dhaston sale.

iion. T. A. Jennings has been spend. -
. lag several days at the capital among
his many warm personal friends and ad-
Simrer He is perhaps the strongest
l that has as yet boeen talked of as a
candidate for govenor of Florida, his
i activee state. Tallahamseeans, gener-
ally, are particularly fond of Jenoinga,
as he was a student here for a long
tsme in the West Florida Seminary,
afterwards the Florida StaW Colleg*e
a .now the Florida College for Wo-
*i ne and the pride of Floridians. par-
'tisularly we Tallahaaseeaeis
Mr. Henry Mi. Flagler is the very best
Kt Iesl friend Florida has ever had
l doing more than any other one

did for the development and up-
eidin. of the state, and when it was
Averted several days ago that he was
ly ill; most Floridians fel(
i t maybe may earnest prayers
W M up to Him who does all things
re that he might be spared to his
Ored Ones yet awhile. Now the pleas.
l nws oea out that he it rapidly re-
ejwristg with prospects of soon being
wqll amn active again, and of course all
i'-i rlans are rejoicing. May he live
to carry on the good work he is

Now that the "him
of the Intemil Improveulo .W -to
fairs hes been provided
most important matter Use D
attention of the is that of lteOt' t.
the 8tate Printing gaoso =i the ma of the sInternal ,i
beginning of the Boad. ti Mil provide fa
tion up to the present 1 dth- dMeter lat of the stats o 0,(lgs a
standing the fact that i stra- ternal Ilpeve nt Board, s al wawthy of
tion got rid of the f\ Prin- the AttuMe- ral to omm ml but w
ter, and that the present ie Printer in the set nsurt of Lefat is met a 'maod*
isa doing most excellent 4 k*, *so far as ing for adjudieation of the *" bt hat be made
we know IN mratcT A0M1ANCE WITH thebed. This bill was drawN m to a coumb m te e th e
r TH 9mu9 1or TO IoSoWuACT, the man- penel draft farnished by A lgg t : .
nor in wMhich that eotraet was award- Goaso 0pis, after a moeet* j "C k0oaw of othNl to prs
ed lad some funny fasts emnnected with boesd, t which he undenstooId M w ftiee aking the rso, but at p0 t
it, should be made te subject of a rig. the wh of the board that sek a h it Is toe oerly to make pa al abe
id and impartial investigation by the he enacted. After the bill had N ea HBowever, I maos y that ti
people's representatives, as should also introdeed, Governor Broward iM i ewspaprs of Flodid have bm s o o
the curious and extraordinary manner a interview: "In my judgment thee's edligly kind to me, sad I eolaiby
In which the late State Printer was no need for this bill," and Mr. Croa, appreelate the many kl d expraee m
permitted to perform-or fall to per- also a member of the board, sald: "At that they have made from tim to tim
form- his duties. a meeotn yesterday afternoon, at pioneering me for which I shall always
A legislative committee not orgsn- which Governor Jennings was plsent, feel deeply grateful."
isd for the purpose of concealing the I asked General Ellis if he had drawn The idea of a prominent ctsen feeool.
/acts from the people should easily ac- the Farris bill. He said it was pre- in grateful to newspapers No, Mr.
quire sumlcient information concerning pared in his office from his pencil draft Jennings is too far behind the times,
the above named to baoe salutary re- I then declared my opposition to it, and and his remarks show that he has not
commendations for legislation which none of the other trustees except 111is read the Governor's message. We like
would prevent future abuses of official expressed himself in its favor. Gene- Mr. Jennings, but his expressions won't
power and the consequest public scan- ral Ellis said that he would not work do for modern polities, nor will they
dal in the matter of the official print- for its passage, but if members sought ompare with te est incumbent
ing. Such a committee, by summon- his opinion, he would tell them that he wh lyr.. -wrn
ing before it the right witnesses, and, was in favor of it. To this I replied I The 8un and the True Democrat, of
asking them the right question could would do all I could to beat it, because Tllhasee, t seems, he ome to the
conlllason that it doesn't pay to be lam-
learn the true inwardness of the dis- I thought it unnecessary and unwise." bastin, each other all the time. Editor
reputable methods ado'teod by those in The Democrat goes on to say: "We Collins, of the True Democrat, esaf say
power to shut out wholesome competi- believe Attorney-General Ellis is right ose pretty harsh things, but he can
tioh and assure the contract to a politi- in his convictions in this matter. He y nthe thamgs, too, and has said some
of them abyt the Sun, lately. You
cal pet, it could learn, by comparison i realizes it is time to call a halt, and sure can catch more flies with sugar
of actual payments on bills for public we feel sure the people of Florida will than with vinegar, every time. -Polk
printing with the strict terms of the indorse his actions, and surprise is ex- County Record.
contract just where there was laxity, pressed on all hands that the advice of Editor Collins always tries to be just
indulgence or favoritism shown to an the Attorney-General upon matters af- and fair. Mr. L'Engle has his style of
unworthy public official, greatly en- fecting the State's interests are not conducting a newspaper, we have our
hanging his opportumties for illicit heeded or given consideration by mem- own, we differ as to men and measures;
gains at the expense of the taxpayers; bers of this board. As a lawyer, At- but we are trying to be brotherly in the
it could learn of efforts made to re- torney-General Ellis has few superiors, pri nters line, and Collins can afford to
cover some portion of such unlawful if any, in Florida, and it appears to us commend him in his efforts tofulfll the
gains, as well as the way inside infor- it is safe to follow his lead in all mat- printing contract faithfully he assumed
nation concerning the kinds and quan- ters wherein legal advice is needed. when he purchased the stock of theCapi-
tity of certain public work which would But this is their own little fight. They tal Publishing Company. He is doing
be required under the contract leaked have already or may fall out among all mrtal can to turn out the State
intdo ththe po e on of _th favored bid t s- hem ve,an if they do, good in printing clean and honestly, a thing
dor sothat he might readjust his bid .the..es if they d gd that was not known to his predecessor.
accordingly, and it could uncover the some shape will be more than apt to re-
entire inward history of that famoua- salt therefrom. There is going to be a Senator Crill is pressing his bill pro-
let fl f $1w ,h0eW ua w thed ewred fM day of reckoninag some time, and from viding for a state geologist.-Mdin
ue t ofwi s the whe- peat Indications that day isear at ..cdceo .
titon w-hthe law wa u thand., "St. Augustine R r. A very important measure it is andA
provide and of giving the otret to Senator Crill can always bo deped
the dmintratn who p The two Tallahass news are upon to press uch measure as are cal-
boouethed epll he W".h =t4e *t 0 aid to be playing te lion an Sthe lamb culated to work out te most good to
a dmlm nImml w that woum t-tht m to say, the are 'lying the people of the wholestate. A more
prices for the wok. bridge (farch Light. ng e.to ns1 eiae-tious, ta or.
hav with te est one at higher dow e'LNohi consistent, conscientious, straightdeS-
na n M No cuwh thing, Both newspapers at m .n. never servd In a Florid lesl-
T AS 9601L IS. Tallahassee areeture than he Is, and while state tress-
According to his defenders in the Taa re ten cn tn be aoe. urer he was loved by all who had beul-
th veTry ooneeption of the idea thesame ine they have been befor ne and ial iatrou with him.
SGornor Brow that a both advocating the same men and ida a n... cse m.
policy s the bt for the people, that measures as of yore, and there is no un- Florida . an. g.od citens. pub-
ilsin their interest to eI lt, Is Ifroof .ic le, and Dr. Cr1l1 belongs to the
beyond any doubt that It Is so. There .-. n r it o er ~l n of The m class of them that will always be loved,
can be no such thing as an honest dif- tween tor En of The honored and respected,
forene oe lon wth Governor Brow- and the writer. Mr. L'Engle, since he onor nrpet
ad aod to them. He cannot became State printer, is doing faithful, My, what a waking up there will be
ma*e a mndaio. Therefore, If an edi- clean and honest printing., ai.d the True in the old red hills of Tallahassee and
tor knows something about the matter Democrat has, and will continue to give throughout Loe county if that capital
that tends to ow that the governor 1a .. h -- "- otine t i removal question comms up aala. But
wrong in adv ting any particular him full credit for it It is truly com- In all seriousness and after delber-
policy, or poerive a concluasive argu- mendablo to him and the State afficials, ation, don't yaou think If the capital is
MLbt a et tiat policy, he fact that that he will net stoop to the contempt- ever moved from Talihasese Lrve Oak
N O edir pren auat fact or that i t ly in t to
Sm is em tasive proof that the able tricks that his predecessor ha is the only ca ate and th ho list of
or bought. Bought by whom. been charged up with. As printers, show for landing the praise? "Thom's
0 that ia easy. Nobody has the Mr. L'Engle and the proprietor of this our sentiments" anyway.-Live Oak
money or thq to buy editors and newspaper are working together and Democrat.
And when the. oeu'soration take any trying to make business relations as Quit your foolishness, my brother;
step whatever, open new sections of pleasant as possible, one for the other. has not the state of Florida now enough
the state by bulkng liane of railway Can there be any honest or objection- vexatious questions up and in hand to
or attract wealthy tourists to the state, able reason why the "lion and the satisfy all without an effort from any
their only rpe to do the people' lamb" should not lie down together quarter to pull out questions to create
Ided to have presented facts or u, along those lines. This newspaper more RED HOT STurFr" For heavy*
nents the governor does not like andhe! willing for editor L Eagle to be the men's sake let the capital removal ques-
takes the stump to denounce them as ion o .- .. .. tion rest for quite awhile, However,,
"co ration hirelings" and enemies of The Florida legislators did not take if a new location is decided upon some
mann tthe editors are smply ds-i kindly to the Dove Allison (tall 'f the time in future years, Live Oak's ad-
tisement meekly Yet, a governor is vantages needs be considered.
generally only a human be. Few Even if "Dave" Allison should prove -- -
of them ever sprout wlngs -T:-.U. ;to be the crank, the effort to prove him Tht True Democrat has no interest
Short Talks. to be from a number of quarters, it in the proposed James-Island-Wakulia-
True as gospel is the above. We might bewell for ua all to remember Annexation controversy, and as the
have been roosting around this old he is not the only one outside of the communications pro and con requested
camping ground, in the newspaper busi- asylum, and that he claims he went to go in our columns are long and very
ness, under some of the best men Flor- through some severe ordeals while he uninteresting to a large per cent of our
Ida ever had and in the business for was there. Then, too, quite a large lot readers we will have to cut them out,
ourself a goodly number of years. of rot was reported oficially in connec, hence several that come to us this week
Dluringthese years, about thirty-six ofi tion with that instituUtion two years dosea not appear.
them, we have met men and become ago that has not been made clear and E C,- o J
acqluainted wlh them in droves and s atisfactory to the people of Florida Editor Caldwell, of the Jasper News,
numbers. Some of them the best men Te those who were on the ground, and who knows Senator Frank Adams, for

who ever came to Tallahassee. Others who are perfectly familiar with all his true worth, perhaps better Utan te
of a lower grade, and some of the very things in connection withe the asylum balance of us Florida scribblers, and
worst But we have not yet found a investigation and scandal, some things some of us know him well, too, and
living one of them who were sprouting Dave" Allison has to say eems to be love and admire him, say in the last
wings, and have hunted diligently to: to the point and very sensible and issue of hi newspaper: 'There's an-
find the sprouting wings from aome of sane. It is pleasing, however, at this other Senator at Tallahassee of consid-
the angels. Some Florida newspapers time to know the asylum is under the rable importance, and made of the
have been trying to make believe they management of good, true and tried right sturff. He to be found on seven
have seen them budding forth In some men whom we believe are doing their important committees. He isehairman
public men who have roosted around very best under the circumstances, and of the Committee on Appropriatioms.
the old capital during the past several no one expects any disgraceful reports is also ehairma of the Committee
years Some of them may be what is to come from them.a' n Privileges and lctions.'. The other
claimed for them, but we have failed .---- .-- committees of which he is a member
to find the wings, and we can safely s If legislation dos goa you would are: Claimsa, P iMe Roads sad ifh.
sure Floridlans they have never have t go, just rommber that if yom ways, Dralmtge aM lsmabmtla. gtm .
sprouted on the last two governors fair couM help matters by bowling about, eaao, d l is same is
Florida elected, it, then It will be all ribt to howL Frank Ada, o I

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It le proposed to subma
meArt to the qa idvo$teiqtI

next senra lectlow Thb en
the "t Mn ot wr anr.d lth peiL i

This mesure regardsWthe atmr,

resat n local oetPU h. 1igt I`
rie at the polls, those wole stamt wIll Ib
dry. If it fas, the law 1 the m1,S :
nowi. This eem to bei t them ly .
cal way to settle the question. L tW*
ppmple amy.It goes to the Ver ot iMj
state forr tcatht or r

the matter, and is a referred .
which the popular vote has fl a d
frzy expreI son. It is tholaroughly ad
critic, and must sooner or later be t .,
tled.-Dade City Star.
This question is likely to put sees
big men in Florida on record, too, o.
tempearcs, religious and maorl eoi'
meat ot the good old state of ~Fl d
has good, strong voting power, J thabuk'
youm, an t a sentiment grown s g
aw the pdays ome and go. f
Geera a mlbert W. Glehrist, boe a e
lobig m in orem ost men, a td pfor .
tempeace, religious ad moral o-

montot the good odi "*tatof rdas
Tllahasooe thr wvk astng pw sJ thea
of frin and adadrr, aud we p .
o. GeneaUl AGblrtW iihrist, oe
arm frtieds in every sect oi a f,

The Miami Metroplis sas: Weagmee
with the True Democrat that the proper
kind of investigations ae good md
proper, but not the kind that have been
edited topast legislatures, who bhLe
tfated without result, ths wamo
ame and money. That is tei kid at
investigation we had in lna ad Lwhe
parmgraphn mtord toMa follow s wu
penned: "'A little mo legislation a d
a ott les investigation weld gie teo
pesIont legislature a rod it od el
proud of In the days when the after-
meath ist baeging theo."
Governor Broward's life insranse
scheme does not asem to have met o th
a very hearty endorsenment from te
people. -Live Oak Democrat. Just the
same as all his other pet schemes. Or
we should say the pet politicalschemes
of some of his allies, raiders and abet-
ters. Governor Broward would not
nave had near the orPON TS among
some of the best men in Florida, hadhe
cut out all these schemes and schemers
he was repeatedly warned p galnst, and
not lambasted the newspapers as he did
do. He speaks of us as his enemies,
while we merely oppose him in the
gang's schemes .g
Some of the newspaper boys who
were at that editor's reception at ey
West, now that Senator Joe Hamphri
is advocating temperance and good e-.
rals, things he always stands up like
man for, charge that he lost his hat.
Suppose he dd,isit not alwap s beset to
lose the hat rather than the ihM j
Senator Humphrie l a level-beaded
legislator and stands afor the best the
is in almost, if not quite, nevewy ma-
ure that comes before the suta s or -.
consideration. He is making a M d .
he can always be proud of in a eat .
lng the passage of measures a
betterment and ap-bulng of Ms ." .,
low-man. We do ot know whia t
would beo best to hate state pildMM '

ra tbher lto a Iomp bm
mire the manhood that aIt'

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Wednesday Jan. 1, 9 a. m. Invoca-
p ; r; J. B. Lockey Escambia.
Supt. Geo. F. bcott, Brad-
r; corporal Punishment. F.
S A. away, Oranfe. Discussion; Miss
a Carpenter, Dade. Paper; Miss
ith Hnter, St. Lucie. Discussion;
S pt, Comnpton, Lake. Lecture; Dr.
Adrew S d University of Florida.
A 'n oabFaper; Dr. S. M. Tucker,
SFemale College. Dcuesion;
T. F. MeBeath, Alachua. Paper; Lat-
in q hig hachools; Mis Sarah McCreery,
S* ariat Discussion; Prof. S. E. Meln-
R t' Jackson. Paper; mathematics,
SW. N. Sheats, Leon. Discussion; A. B.
Janrell, Columbia.
S Evenl; mu*se; lecture; Dr. Lincoln
I Hullyr Stetwo University. Entertain-
ment by city of Marianna.
Thursday morning; Invocation; paper;
Swprilm rwork Mis Emmimae Quarter-
man. Diaeu Mis Bates, Leon.
SPaper;J. W. MClng Hillsboro. Dis-
u:.1 P rof Caaurol, Franklin.
S' ape; B. James, Dade. Discussion;
7. -A.L Keith, Volusla. Lecture; Dr.
s iarroll of Ocala.
Afteroon; round table; business aee-
S* aleoa; association; kindergarter
S Elening; music lecture; Dr. Carroll;
music; impersonatloni; W. Powell Hale.
Seaboard Selected as Reute and Best
Rates are Give.
Low excursion rates to Richmond,
" Va., on account of Southern Baptist
L'." Convention. Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way has been named as official route
from Florida. One fare plus 25 cents
for round trip from all points.
.* Tickets on sale May 18, 14, 15 and 16.
Double daily service, through Pullman
sleepers. Call on your ticket agent or
write Jas. F. Taylor, Travelling las-
seager Agent. Tampa, Fla. S. C. Boyl-
ston, Jr Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Jacksonville. Fla.

The Governor was working for some
sweet revenge when he advocated the
muzzling of the State press. Other men
of larger calibre than our Governor
have before attempted this grand stand
play and it proved about as dismal an
effort as "the recent effort." The press
is an institution of too long standing to
be rililed by such flitting shadows as
Pennypacker, BrowardA Company-....-
Damage suits by politicians, who claim
that they have been severely wronged
by the press are getting to be as com-
mon as sandflies min this great and glori-
ous State of ours. Yet these same
politicians from their exalted position
on the stump, make all kinds of caustic
remarks about the prem, and most of
them personal, yet you never hear of
an editor rushing into a damage suit.
What's the use. Play ball.- Lake But-
ler Star.
A Woman Tells Hw to Relieve Rh -.
astic Palas.
I have been a very great sufferer
from the dreadful disease, rheumatism,
for a number of years. I have triea
many medicines, but never got much
relief from any of them until two years
ago when I bought a bottle of Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm. I found relief be-
fore I had used all of one bottle, but
kept on applying it and soon felt like a
different woman. Through my advice
many of my friends have tried it, and
can tell you how wonderfully it has
worked.-Mrs. Sarah A. Cole 140 S.
New street, Dover Del. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is a liniment. The relief
from pain which it affords is alone
worth many times its cost. It makes
rest and sleep possible. For sale by
Tallahassee Drug Co. *
WheepMtag Cagh.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family in cases of whoop-
ing cough, and want to tell you that it
is the best medicine I have ever used.
W. F. Gaston, Posco, Ga. This remedy
in safe and sure. For sale by Tallahas-
see Drug Co. *
Church Notices.

Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastor. -Services Sunday at
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION 11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep-
Hampton Roads, Norfolk Seaboard worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
Air Line Railway. The Exposwition worth League, 4.00p. m. Al' members
Rout. Official opening day, i Irequested to attend The public and
April 26 1907 strangers specially invited to worship
resist Roosevelt will be present w e's.bt C.htr h, .v W.
ShiCabinet to open the xpo- ebytean Church Wm. I.
with his Cabinet to open the xpo nZiel.^r, pastor Regular service at 11
sition and Governors from more than oe ck a. Tr. -and Sa 8 o'clock p. m.
twenty Sou4hern and Eastern States ck a and t o'clock p. ..
will al ist in the ceremonylending4 .ernons bN the pastor. Sabbath school
it the air of most impressive dignity at 9.45 a. i .
eNaval display will be on the alr- Fir stBaptist Church. 11ev. J. B.
Mos tw aleattemtedar'Pruitt. partor. Services. Sunday at 11
war ships of every Navy will be pres-,. a m u.nor m; I p. il- .c:30 9.;
ent. Armies of soldiers with brass or P Frid a..t .
hands from all parts of the Union will S enior raat p.m.;n
make the military feature n ost at- Prayer and I raise se trvic.Wednesday
tractive. at1:.')p.in
treat rates, quick and convnient St John', Epi l Church, Rev
schedups. See the ticket agent i Drn. W. t ( rter, .ctor -Services:
Levier, First Vice-President. Cha l s Sunay and Hol. Day,. holy commun-
B. Ryan, General Passenger Agent. son 7 o'clock am. urndays, 11 a. .
A t and 7,00 p )m. Friday%, H8p.m St. Mi-
His Der Old Neer. chapel's (colored). Series: Sundays,
S Ol n r. Friday, 4.30 p. mn.
"My dear old mother, who as now 83 Christian Science Services are held
yearsiold, thrives on Electric Bitters." every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
writes W. B. Brunson, of Dublin. Ga. front room, second story, of the build-
"She has taken them for about two ing east of the postoffice. This roum is
years and enjoys an excellent appetite, also used as a Christian Science reading
eelo strong and sleeps well. That's room, and is open daily except Sundays,
the way e Bitters affect the between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a.ed, sad the same happy results fol- a. m All are cordially invited.
low I all m aea of female weakness
sad enral debity. Weak, y chil- DIscharge Notice.
drea, to% are u str hened by OTc isF'a HRBY GIVEN THAT SIX
bsa. Gu a miteed w for stomach, *hi *p t* bte r thr fitt a bea.
eke 1 Irwo I wpll ro t my 11"l woMJ ta 60i lM
geer a In twIbles, by all drg- C ut, Jd- .Lm Cun Fioa. atb @ of

Ma whbt the Tampa Times ANNI3 Si M U.
= f df *Admil --aor.
Tasllahas-m P"., Feb. *. m11I


W Ml n the 86*-

roll., oof t of Jack.
John W. atteny for the
AttdnticCoastUm e a case
before the message so-
noneain the .the Judge's
father w- a5 *to the b.enh.
concluding "And the
ife of t1m Sl goes out
The that the fatal
attack a amnutes.

Mrs. T. M. UhaM od gave a very
informal but dol** reeeption to her
guest, Mrs. T. Imer, on Monday
of last week. No e stations were
issued, Mrs. e simply advis-
ing her large e e trienhds that she
wished them to gather at her house to
meet her gueat. A usual when Mrs.
Shackleford oen a this affair was
largely attended and much enjoyed.
The handsome ooma were beautifully
decorated with roses and sweet peas,
and tea was dimspusd by Mrs. C. B.
Parkhill, aisted Kr Mabry and
Mrs. Hayward Randolph, from a table
covered with an ea.piste Mexican tea.
cloth, in the central of which stood a
magnificent cut-glass bowl filled with
sweet peas. The refreshments were
tea, peanut and chame sandwiches and
The costumes were by many of the I
ladies were atrlki-ly handsome, but
want of space b details.
Mrs. Palmer is wel known to Talla-
hasseans, havhaf always accompanied
her husband, the iletr, to the Capi-
tal during the se eqaJ occasions when
he has repre ted his county in the
Juat iamuse
your cough is only in the throat a.d
does not trouble you now, don't think
that it needs no attention. When it has
not had much of a start is the time to
check it. The slightest cough easily
leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitis and
Consumption. A bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup will cure that cough.
The prices uts it within reach of all.
Sold by all druggists. *
We will this week commence the
manufacture of cement sidewalk blocks.
We will make only a kArs edsi block
and they will be jult Mrted
by the manufacture What It will
cost to make the above article, we will
let you know in the uext lssueof this
paper, at which time we will state what
your walk will be worth put down.
These blocks, when properly made,
are the most economical kind of side-
walk, for they can be taken up and re-
laid without injury to the blocks.
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Tie News wI Nuppon state prohibi-
tin at the ppeO time. The proper
time basa t eme. Let as fortify our
local d "trangly before ad-

Moaiy evening ext. in ahe hall of
the Eaw eofI Representatlves, there
will be a Joatmetgof dh commit-
tee me .sBton of m tehoe nd sn-
ate, at wleb the question of uniform-
ity or a.tiauiformityof text books will
be dicasud by able advocates. The
session will be open, and it is expected
by eaeh chairman that the entire mem-
bership of the legislature will try to be
The Saxham Mflus.
When our boys began to talk of a
military organisation, the first thing de.
cided upon was that the name "Gov-
ernor's Guards" should be debrred.
It broshbt bad luck, the company never
thrived whn it bore that name; again
ad am it went to the wall. So they
beame the "'Bloxham Rifles." Now
they will flourish. The name that is
treaured In the hearts of our people as
be ing anonymous with loyalty and sac-
es Wll inspire the boys to build up a
Slean, orderly organization that will en-
dare and be a credit to them and a
sear.e of pride to their fellow citizens.
The True Democrat congratulates the
mlny! upon the suces they have al-
had in gathering together so
msay good men and also in the selec-
tie o thder officers.
Next week we will give a list of the
members, also of honorary members
sad subscribers.
The non-commissioned officers have
S Ot yet been elected and we hope to be
able to give their names with the full

Srom a Comrade.

, of the admLnstrt on.- ItBill

No. s, read it:
tA bill toe a, entitled. an to speedi-
s fsttle ad determine o trut im-
poeseds upon the trustees of the internal
improvement fund atd to finally die-
chiare such trustees.
Where s, the paramount interest and
welfue of the people of the State of
Florida demowd the Immediate adjudi.
ation ad settlement of the questions
involving the validity of the legislative
land grants to railaoads and canal com-
panies of the State of Florida, and the
claims of the trustees of the internal
improvement fund to a prior title on
them to the lands so granted or attempt-
ed to be granted by the legislature, and
Whereas, the management of said
fund and the litigation in which the mid
trustees are now involved affecting said
fund is productive of great expenses to
the fund and has resulted in criticism
upon the truteese; therefore,
Be it enacted by the legislature of
the State of Florida:
Section 1. That it e hall be the duty
of the attorney general of this state a
soon as practicable after the passage of
this act to file a bill in equity in the ir-
cuit court of Leon county in a0d state
in the names and in behalf of the trus-
tees of the internal improvement fund
an complaints, for dispo tion of all the
remaining assetta ad properties of
such fund, and shall make all railroad
corporations and canal companies to
whom grants of land from such fund
have heretofore been made by the leg-
islature of Florida, or their assigns,
parties defendant to sueb bill, and by
such bill shall seek the advice, direction
and decree of the court as to the validi-
ty of all and every grant of land to said
railroad companies and canal companies,
if any, are entitled to priority in the
distribution of the lands and prooerties
now remaiding unsold an unconveyed
in the hands of such trusteef and to the
cash proceeds of lands heretofore sold
and conveyed that were subject to any

Capt, Ben. E. Russell, in the Bain- such prior grant or grants.
bridge Search Light, writing of Capt., Section 2. That upon compliance by
C. Bryan, ays: the said trustees with the order of the
The death of this splendid old gentle. court which may be made in said case
and -allant soldier took place at they shall forever discharge from the
home Tallahassee on Tursday further administration of such trust.
morning, the 11th inst. The news of Section 3. That all laws or parts
the ua event will carry a feeling of of laws in conflict with the provisions
dne--ss to all of the old soldiers in De- of this act are hereby repealed and
ator county who served during the this act shall take effect immediately
war in Perry's Florida Brigade. Cpt. upon its passage.
Council A. Bryan commanded a corn ...
pamy in the fth Florida regiment. and 150 1W97.
more allant an officer ever drew Three hundred years of American
*word n defense of his country. He propress is typified by the Jamestown
beloved by his men, and p"aeneed Exposition now on at Norforfolk, Va.
t onfidence and esteem of is super- Hampton Roads in historic ground The
r otfeers. Every man in the brigade exposition is a splendid creation of ar-
Sand respected him. He was every chitectural design and natural beauty.
sh a soldier. The writer saw him The New York Sunday World has had
n 'amid the flashing of the guns', a series of exposition paintings made
d his towering form was ever seen and will give a plate paper reproduc-
Wee the danger was greatest leading tion of one painting each week. These
aB and Inapiring his men. pictures are fine art supplements 10x15
Captain Bryan was clerk of the court inches, and suitable for framing or
et Leon county before the war, and otherwise preserving.
after his rbeurn home at its close he -. ,..,..
was re-elected to the same position, Good Jdament
which he held up to a year ago, having .-- "
in all been clerk for over fifty years. is the essential characieriotic of men
He was loved and honored by all of his and women. Invaluable to good busi-
fellow citisins He must have been at ness men and necessary to housewives.
least eighty years old at his death. A woman shows good judgment when
-.. --.s. she buys White Cream Vermifuge for
NiPs An a Merriid NMrried, her baby. The best worm medicine ever
A prtty wedding occurred at Madi- offered to mothers. Many indeed are
so y ..steray at the Lines house D the sensible mothers who write express-
S is, chief clerk of the ealoai I their gratitude for the good health
aopn -.nd b Aent p. of their children which they owe to the
* seompanid by Agent Ed. PI. ue of White's dream Vermifuge. gold
ills, went to Madison on the morning se of Wht's ream Vermifuge. Sold
train, and when the train from Talla.- y all druwgists.
basse arrived there it contained Miss n es n t r. c h. e
toselle Hetring, formerly the accom. In Pemylvania the fters chargesd
ftl hed stenographer for the Live Oak the State $1,619 for a bootblack atand
SGulf, in this city. Mrs. Cate that cost $125. and 8264.50 for desks
nd'rs. Bishop, of the Line-s hotel, that coat 66, and S286.75 for desks that
surnised a wedding was on th. taping cost $75. These are among the smaller
and insisted that the ceremony should items in the great capitol steal, all of
be performed right there. Hurried which were eed upon by a commis-
preparations were made, hut they were union and defended by a governor who
e nplete. eautiful flowers adorned wa elected as the special champion
the parlor. Miss Smith performed and representative of the dear people.
r lendidly on the piano, and while Ed. Take warning in time: he does not de-
Mills acted as best man and Mis serve "fety who fails to defend him-
attie Threadgille sbride's maid Revi self. T.-IU. Short Talk..
Marsh spoke the words that made the ..
happy couple husband and wife. It Go to Collins for your job printing.
was one of the prettiest impromptu .. -
weddings that ever occurred in Florida. Wanted.
The happy couple will arrive in Livee
0a this evening and will receive a experienced sales ladies. Only
hearty greeting from their many friends experened one need pp ; no other
here. The groom is one of our beat applicants will e )onsiderIl.
young men, and the bride in one of the 2t I Y liRo.
fairest of Florida's flower They will
be received in the smwial circles of Live TAKE NOTICE
Oak with delight. The Democrat ex- That I will proment to the Iailon.inn Inmial ,,f
tends hearty congratulation.. I.ive rhrids, on the frte Thursday ,tf Junet. 11. or as
O mo tn thereafter &A I may be head. the apphre.
Oak lDemocrat. w s einvirted of murder i, the ftirt ,lI req* at the
Dear to Schemers Hearts. Pll terms .f the cirt.ult ,'urt ,,f l.fo count).
"The board of c'immissionersef State Anvon, .tlirinr iv then Iw heard n- ihe
institutions shall have full power to tap. It it I' ht hay of Apri A )pli i
point all agents and lhtain such actu- WlII,.IA4 p .IO iKiS,
arial assistance as the board may deem At turne) fur Ini,,o,,ner
necessary r the proper condtut of the TA.S NOTICE~
Insurance businessn" and t sach such TARS NOTICE
agent or actuary will feel a personnel Thai I will aiitlyto the Parvionilis Beard or Flor
Interest in securing the re-election of n the tirst Thursday of June, I0. or as soon
Ih-rrfter as I may to, mJ. fuW a a kon fr"
the members of said board of cimnmin- jiom. Kl iitt. who we. convict t the fall tern
aioners of statp institution or thep eec- .f. ele lnuti court fr I4i t cuntl). in li. of
tion of such of their friends as mny aIe ,.h" in the b ft 4s. o
A innew deatring may then heard on the mer*
candidates for office. T. -. 1. S ort t.o ofthe. s piptu. A.
Talks. .iDated thit 5th d WII.I.IAM 4 HOIX;M..
| -of Sight. Atts.rtm.y fio I'ittumr.
'rit.b .ti ft h afrt tn f Mii* id"iAn kl - .

""" "'""" ""u""'' ..........1Gulardim's Notice.
saying which applies with special force
to a sore, burn or wound that's been M OTICK a HK(rKHY.IwilN THAT THIRTY
treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. for ater daty I will make application bek.
It's out of sight, out of mind and out tf to s, priUtw ,al. the intert
of existence. Piles, too, and chilblains of It R.Ildihaw. minor. in and tas the follow.
dAIppir under its healing influence. I,,r-dertbW land: aw % of nw %o f Dw. k.
* hItaul by all drugi" 2k.L. ANNC K BAIMHAW
Ow e ver semen crefully. tu
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Twelve (12) acres of the very choicest farm-
ing land in Leon County, Less than a quarter
of a mile of the City Limits; land is all clear-
ed. has twelve (12) fine Pecan trees on it.
just been fertilized, now being planted in
Tobacco, and is most admirably adapted to
raising all kinds of farm and garden pro-
ducts. The place is entirely enclosed with
Hog Wire Fencing. Has good tenant house,
large barn and other out-houses, well, one-
horse!wagon, and all necessary farming imple-
ments; the entire place, including everything
for the extremely low price of,$2500.OO.



Real Estate Agents.


Yaeger Bethel Hardware Co.,

Oilmore & Davis Co.,

Tallahassee Hardware Co.

Will close their doors from

May I to Sept 1, at 6 o'clock p.m.

except on Saturdays.



Admiaseu'atees YSamc
Noise. is hereby gsie. to Oa lv rdliram Isaewes.
distributems and to &M haa i ekMimeor
di -MUads g5Iint the sm N"j u,'ew~ .-
eumeed late of lace amaw. Funr"&a to reet
me h daiwamor doemnsadsto %vtheuew=sWvtlb",a
t roo i afanhi. dm9.. etheiwbeUste wO be
Tw &S hbUl t)day *I Am& f,ZI2.

My cleaning and prai buness is
now carried on il the up-stair part of
the Comstaatims building, nearly oppo-
site the I$T Al0m p.
liMes of tfe ta c "mMde-t4meawe
garmeb for me. eM dlalaM.M
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Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe t.'

Tallahassee, Floridai

Fancy Work Msaterial a Specialty

Amending Sections 1 and 6 f a
XIV of the Laws and OlW'O
the City of Tnlahasse
Adopted June 14, 1906.
Be U Ordainm by tA o Cwer Cem ai as arf
SacnoNs l ThatoSetion 1 of Oaid Chnpt S-
snowoL seb sand every r l****u e
een wa the ..oaime M t h hffcy aml M i
Cmty of TaMOi aad m,.

Sa, mlatae, beap tea aT
lorgiBemtr witA ao wita eut driver adt a-
tend ut, s the ctcto
them 11f11y m1dd untslallu.
ichses and *Tyren ses nui, -_tla
han I a m eal os -
shaw. have with or withirladovaeare

tordeht.amal taken thp atd
thmi safetyftepondeed ua>tloul

AwtlsuOA. pWermitmtg
largrT e it he
out a drivers oTr th etnda ofakr kto be e.
teost. of saty on ll, a.M awt
olM.bytheowneradlSO W

finhed ,ot aor th ten dallote raimpt ed aet
mor th.a, toenR, t.emr m.s.ik.l
Oaneweth City reoci of tae ahapise, Moa
ontarcwise, .

BAttent-A. t H. WatctAnMo, o of iClater
8Al% L Any person t whirW-oy (pwi.A a

t rovedmul. W. M. -Mca l fam .,
ot drhi r or otr atytern.r to be tw.
oftoreaofsaid city shall, n pon OftM "

fit hd not ne than ton us waorm-e ImTat-

wos th te on datays. May t 1, A. D.s. at ten
.clock a. i., or as oon thereafter as 8 a beIL
thea, foraPutrt rtwo thC otyrConnell.
Att estA. H. WILUAte Citty Clar dk.

one-twelfth intent of th said rena Mt: R
of Lo nM. and to certain land situated a
tin toIn the county of lJud on Stat eo Florida

atw ed as foUe in th court ts of Twit:
All of section Saturday. ayour (8. A. d al. at of
o'clock n. or a oo inou arthof ta b
he wrd for author ity to el all of th quarter t
eashl fthe* nortnhwet huart. The north-
eand nto ert. to-wt. the qaa btein an uhemniv
on-twearlth inetert of the staid Loaren : BoM
ascribed an follows. to-wit:

All of section i thy-four (4). And ato l of
eclion twenty-ovn. lying Aouth of thneS A. L

th west half of the norethe ot quarter. T e

amt half of the northwest q. anet h north.
went quarter of the snoutheat quarter. Tnrthe'a
at quarter of the ,o et quarter, te. And an

wst artr of the uthwtwest quarter of the ou t
ter. lyin north of the ipt. Auem stineo rdeeat

ast aof the outh as quarte not he tw a -
terg lmit north of the ort. A tuMne MoR
bein aid setion four 4) tilaniap r M ast*e .
ra -,Mon* eaft. Ande h all part of tw Wt

hal of the northwe. ute, and o the warth

wet quarter of the oouthet quarter of .eswa.
ety-ione ir township o south. mute o east
Ing lisit. to-wit: Seim at the northwest .mer
of maid action four. and thou .Mn Maft leI.t

And ftin t olevene hundred d c ninety
aoinm of the stl r Loraina Ro, ad to t t.

ull ndr yhu Ior y o ou r aveaed eemA mAaser.
earbnde eating s* to the place rof butih lng-

nquarter, of the raisins head bumps, srter of tk-
tyone Oain townahip one mouth. ranee at
prontainin a r eleven hundreds and nainets- ae,
mort r I. O ARARNb. T IOMg
Gust ditn of the Estate of Loren U. Ro-,Infet.

Ou. r Mrood iM R.Pw. Cton.b .hma a hitr
full of humor. if you ea" blohd pWt-k e-r.

bone pain our company trrh Mr. J. MtNar,
the at of April see hise onnection wit heur-
businessw Mr. Meta r Botaknil his pld ea
PWn all gon heag. ahesho d rPae taep &ad 11

bldru. rimadt Pure and rich. D and
rove ur lanrg e whereve B ameee i e -lmr .
We licit a conrtinuat ihoni of your valed pwtae

ruwill reete sealed bids atrt the as d ty

sW or the county of yons r as
right to rejecrt any em PwnS
wil r~i ald d.att-*oate~r[agelB.

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a e)M'Dt you like to IW ew of the* U

o because thee it danes r of i by
9l a, dodit lar not mButpaceitwith asize it in th

S t Interest wh Dowllar added upward. Interest and ds are
Iastof ank. Them banks artbdellr yoM

we gv e a table showing bow *a will accumulate in five years, computed pn a ha-
sis of days in the year. at 8 per' tterest.

lcpW day for 5 years- -
Ioperdfor years --- --------
1~ pe da~for 5Syears-

rest earned.
$11.14. ... -
22.28.. ......
33.42. .. .
111.40.. ...

Total am't
...... 336.28
. ..... 419.10
-.--... 502.92
.. .M 888.20
.. 1,676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is (SO,0N).(N) with individual depolit.s amotmting to
Your business with us will he held stretly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.

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G. I L.LW3, Vlfs-Pr21iu0t.


b the, stationery that your swell
f, friends and neighbors arc using.
It has the earmarks of refine-
n ent and appeals to refined people,
It likewise bears the water-njark
S and name of its makers, who have
left no stones unturned to produce
the best paper for correspondence
purposes in the world to-day.
We *hall be pleaded
to show you samples

For Sale at the Capital


Mr. Willie Van Brunt, who has been
in Baltimore attending business college
ha" returned home to the delight of his
Tallahassee friends.
The True Democrat is in receipt of
invitation and program to attend the
Commencement Exercises of the South-
ern DeDtal College at Atlanta today.
Mr. T. N Evans, of this city is there
and is one ofthe committee on arrange-
T* Rent I
Nice residence rooms to rent. Ap-
ply at Singer Sewing Machine office.

PASS TMIS ILL. When $3.00,1k offered by truckers for
Senator Willis' b to protect dry pikers and pftkers without adding
SountifomW bln ro t r mchto the iaplyo flahorattheir UNI)DtER NEW MANA
very thoroh in I viion. c)mnhand a city counsel I in South F lorida
In brief, the hoping of a United advertises for a Iton to virculatea pub-
e b holi ab onk ppr. oering $2.60 THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED!
such license or tax stdtnR, shall be held s"Y f eit oeaky job, without anytre-
in the courts of this State as prima onse, iat looks s though immigration
face evidence aint the holder there of mansorts i eeded in this state. GENERALLY R
of as a dealer in intoxicating liquors Times nioen.--The Miami Metropolis
and upon proof beig made by the cer- adds: And these are just the condi-
tificate of the collector of internal rev- tions that have prevailed in ade coun NEW
enue, in cases where the proper prose t for some time past NEW 11
cutting officer shall produce said certifi- "A back stoop may IN. all right it it
cate or certified copy, the grand jury is n't on your shoulders."
may indict the holder or the proper The Very Best,
Sproatsuting officer may flit ie iurnat0'orj 1 h V e Be t
against such holder without furtf.r Car*d of gheumatism.
proof and upon trial of such pie- "in. tip MNr. Win. Henry, of to < etasobl
on such information, proof of th,, own- Tenn had rheuniati. in in his left arm1 R eaSOIable
ing 9f such license may be made by wo "Tith' strength seenied to have gotie
witnesses who have seen such license out of the muscles, so that it was use-
or by the production of the license and less for work," he says. "I applied
this shall be sufficient evidence without Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrp ped N W D VA I
explanation to convict.' .- ." .:. the arm in flannel at night, and to m y RANK W DUVAL, P
Such a law as this and another to relief I found k.hat the pain gradually
regulate express company open eye left me aud the strength returned. In
tigers is what the dry counties of the three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
State demand.-Orlondo Reporter Star. peared and has not since returned." If
Yes, pass that bill, and give us others troubled with rheumatism try a few ap- w
that we may rid these counties which plications of Pain Balm. You are cer- c t c ts a
thavevotwem rdoutwheskeyco whi tain to be pleased with the relief whichL
have voted out whiskey of blind tiger t affords. For sale by Tallahassee
dealers and all will be well. Drug Co. *
Calves for Sale. Fertilizers, Fertilizersi The City Electric Light Plant
Two graded Jersey calves, subject to Now is the time to send in your or- to supply an unlimited numlb
register, for sale. Apply at 308 Mon- ders for Fertilizer for tomers, and as the plant holoI
roe street. -tf Tobacco, zens of Tallahassee and must I
Wgs for Sale. tCtton, the revenue from its business
Six pairs full-bred Poland-China Pigs. Corn, levied on the property of (ev,
Parties desiring this stock should see Sweet o th it it is to thir inrs
M. H. JOHNSON, JR Waternl ,,the city, it is to their intert t
6-4t M Tallahassee, Fla. (ug.e. and El(etric Light Plant. Rates
6-4t. Tallahasee, Fla Vegetables of every kind. and the best of service will i
"How frequentlySee R A. SHINE, Agent. the purpose of the Managers
"How frequently has a larre hope January 22. 197 4p8-tt
been elected on a small foundation.anuary 22, 191 48tf
WANTCD-Summer boarder; Natful, SYRTP WANT D! TO Put On Da
shady place; no mosquitoes; plenty SYK.UP WANTLDI t W a
chickens, milk, eggs, vegetablesf[good 500 barrels of Florida and Georgia
rooms; horses = vehicles. On utain Syrup. Must be put up in good, sound, as soon as sufficient orders c
line S. A. L. Mas. J. J. WILLP. new cypress rrels Address, or call
5-3m LloydFla. at Livy BRaos, from consumers for Electric
Mr. E. S. Roberts has resigned his Tallahassee Heating,. cooking Ironing. I
posltioh as head salesman with'R. J. --- ('. 1. ELLI\S, Superintendent
Evans and has again launched his craft For Sale.* I eight Plant will be plea(edl
in mercantile seas as general manager Young, very ,ivh-grade J.lersey ow. I information desired. Give hi
forth firm ofBritt &Yaeger at Mid- Will be fresh' shortly. A pl to
way. A4t G. ApToitr I ,and report to him any defect
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Price. ii

Mlgr. and Prop.i,

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is now prepared
er of new cus-
nis to the citi-
e suIpported by
or from taxes
v'y taxpayer in
to, patronize the
are reasonable.
)e given. It is

y Service

can be obtained
Motive Power.
Fans, etc. NMr.
of the Electrie
to furnish anr
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City Electric Light Plant.

Fine Cotton Seed I W. D. Pratorlus,

Cotton from the above' Sedi
sold last year at 12.' vents r'
lx)und, the same day tlha ot t'r
cotton )sold at 91 cents, ,r'wni
for ('. E. radley.
For sale by

VanBrunt & Demilly.

For Sale.
At a low price to a quick buyer, mi,.
of two lots; fine location.
5-2 W. ). W l1.sos.
To ReBt.
Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs.
W. G. Moor. 215 Vlrg street. >-tf

Funeral Director

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Licensed Embalmecr.
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Fresh Cowsrfor Sale.
I illive thret' highl K gi-at' it f rtesh J er
stwvows for %alI.

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-Ida Kirstein
Albert Jennings ought to apply
thit lgis laktu for a change ao na
Sheif h1 t e rnest about running l
governor. There are thousands of vc
era in this. tate patiently awaiting t
o trutoy to t even with anoth
feJnow wh carried that sine name
Tallahassee a few years ago. That
not a good nameto head a ticket in tl
State, Femandina Record.
The former Jennings ix still close
connected with the present administr
tion, and there are those who are stri
ing strenuously to place lion. T.' J
Jennings a Mr. Broward, or the a
ministration candidate. Mr. Jenninj
defines his position clearly in two inte
S views in the Pensacola Journal, and i
It will be some time before the car
pagn openrs up in earnest, lets nm
commit ourselves to any one as a cam
S didate for Governor until we know ju
who will be In the race and what eac
one of them stands for. No one loaded
up with "pet schemes" will satisfy th
," [people again, however, as about esgi
years of that kind have been sufflcien
The next Governor of Florida should b
a m an of and for the people's interest
one that would cornult with and b
Guided by the desires of a majority o
the best people in each county as to al
pointmenta, etc., and not one who wi
; think he is the whole thing because h
got to be governor, and foray few polit
Seal henchmen who desires a reward
j" fo services rendered a would-be czar
Ladies Dress NiaMIl.
The l)elineator, in speaking of th
S necessity for cibnged conditions ii
s hlme -making arrangements, assert
t?. lt when there is a demand for re
.'" the right way naturally evolve
Itself. If this is so the women of Tal
lahassee may hope, one of those days
( to see a real first-class dream making
establishment spring into existence foi
their convenience and, we might add
S happiness; for no woman can be quit
I who has had a beautiful fabric
.' M away for weeks In inoecuoui
Sdauetude" l~wcause she cannot get it
S made up.
S Our women have for a long time beer
Shearing and reading of the woes of
their sters in regard to the servant
question, but until recently they them.
selves have been to a great extent ex-
e mpt. Now, however, from various
S causes, the ign of which we do not
Intend here to discuss a great many of
Sour women find that dhey are of neces-
sity driven to be their own cooks and
chambermaids, consequently, they find
but little time to sew. Hence, a steadi-
ly Increasing demand for dress makers
and seamrtreMoCe who understand their
w Three charming women whose busy
,, live give them no opportunity for new-
nlg, but th, nature of whose work
S ss d.dainty apparel a no''scity, stood
OrM the counter in one of otir fore-
Smast dry goods em ormiuns a few days
The clerk htar, pire'uI I',eftorp them
Spone ofter piece of b.'euttul fabric'.,
the Ilades, s.on to enli''ar in 1it o-
ies of public fline'ticln e idi(d to III
Vt; but "what the Ise ?" asked
turning from the timiptlation of an
S iumelnmrmg gray milk 'just th. thing"
*. for an evening reception, "1 I'anlit g't
It made here and it IN toote tr iubhlesnir
and too expensive to send it away If
[ you people here would add a firt -cla.sH
res making parlor to your establlilh-
SIlhment you would have the blesinKg
and patronage of every woman in thee
"A word to the fise is sufficient."
Neat and Substastial Sail Beat.
Mr. George Lewis las having the Gil-
Smorre & )Davis Co, contractors & build.
r ern, put up for himself, under the di-
roet rrthip unid management of Mr W
I MarshanI, one of the ne-test and
Strimest, nu we'll as atron eat and sub-.
.&tantial ail lhIats, after the Ship Jack
ondel. cut rig 20 ft yawl, that will
S* er glide over the water at pleasant
lit. Tere.u un th'-gulf Ivery living
oul who Iha ever visited St Teresa
while Mr, I.awIs was there with his
fumnily friends and boate, will delight to
know 'tht Ih, cuntemplates this sum-
mer ending a pMrt of his time down
There, and many will be the hours his
Sfrien1 and guest will enjoy with him
on the new bosht May they all live long
to enjoy Iosting at St. Teresa
St. Augustine Record: The preos of
Sthe Btate in showing our would-be great
Governor how infinlteamal he really isa
Swhmn he attacks that mighty engine of
public opinion, the newspapers of the
_day. He is like the giant who attempt-
da to roll a ndKhty stone uphill, only to
b e rushed to nothingnel in the end.
Is J not the first individual who has
s; te dto down the prea. and, like his
VS. W1deeealrs, he will be dead and for-

while the press will still persue
it onward, upward way.

A iTlp to Ti
We reproduee the
Orlando Democrat
Lst week theed
being derous of =p
vast wealth collect
of a week oaper-
we wuatod to am m

an e with fr ray w.t t gt cau.e of A I.
walls or th otd-Uw a' f ^ ;
L.r We found the city red clay "MFt ji. Wa born
hills m ah ethe app5id, we sup- ae II of e otS
e in the old-i.me when the hadt a rei
hands of the people from the be, M h entered the
earpet-begg Invader the reins of gov- the and at the
ernment sad re-established a govern- fata l was conductor .
ment "of the people, by the people and ..s W ud from Live uOiK |
to for the people," and raised above the Hew w gentlemann. of ipA
.. old-time capitol the bannerof democra- Mad w h1 mh the ehigh etm
eor Cy' emplonpyen aad the publine II
fo Much the san. we say, nridl yet dif- As a Mbaload man he had fe, m
he ferent, for the capitol has been enlarg- this seteon. and in theoM
hr ed and the city been made more modern. hort time promotion would t I
to the great oaks on the capitol grounds his. The future did Ina
is have grown greater and, p<.rhaps, the bright,. On the 20th of April iI
!X very grass on th" old red hills grows was united In marriage to ISI
i greener, since Ohw. victory of those S. Gorboer daughter of Mr. l O
Spaseid but never-to,-be-forgotten day F. A. Geer. of thin cityH. eo1 o
'ly We reached Tall;hasmwe during he vived by his wife, onechild, oof IEUmb
a- afternoon of Friday, and to our deep and three sisters."
r. ret, found that the Legislature had Mr. Hamlin was the brotbEr of o
adjourned for the week, but in spite ef worthy fisre department chief, wh. o lia
s' iseappoitment we found much of the deepest sympathy of his hoest
Interest to draw our attention, for at Tallahassee friends.
gi the famous old Leon .hotel we found ^
r. numbers of old friends and made many tim and Ifect-ve.
new sciq .intancei. A well khown Manitoba edtwriteM :
SWe visited during our stay the much "As an inside worker I flnd b
m- talked of "Peoplem, Lobby," which is lain's Stomach and Liver Tb
ot conducted by the Tallahassee Sun in valuable for the touches of bMlolgueM
n. the Interest, we )udge from obeerva- natural to sedentary life, their Mas".
t tion, oftheadministration nd its views, being gent and effective, cler h
" We found a display of school books digestive tract and the head." Prie
Ch showing the amount that would be 25 cents. For sale by Tallahassee Drug
rd saved on the purchase of each book by Co. Samples free. *
he a uniform system of school books, but -'"" '-
ht we found no chart setting forth the firmt Circuit Court Jrwes.
cost to each -or any-county, of the' The following list has been drawn, as
t change. One side of the picture in dis- required by law, to serve as aurora at
te played, Jainted in glowing colors, the the Spring term of the Cireut Court
, other, the dark ide, is nailed to the which convenes at the county oorO
" wall, and so plaunable Is the whole pic- house on Monday, May 13, 1907:
Stur mde m to em that one must again O C. Parker, Peter T. Mickler,
Df call together his more mature thought w M Cateo, John (s. Hamlin,
I- and clutch them firmly lent he be sweit Ianiel R. Cox, Fdw. H. Alford,8r
II from his feet by the picture and the J.onah Britt, William E. Gray,
Splausable argument of the veriial and Rich'd G. Johnson, Troup L. Page,
Spleasant g entlman who i in charge ot ( harles'G. Myers, Herbert P. Smith,.
i- te lobby. IJ Ed. Whitehead, E E. Strickland,
d We also visited the office of the Tru . Democrat, and had the vrreat pleasure. l.ee. R. Seabrook, (;eo. W. Grissett,
of meeting lion. John Co(linx, the ve.t- .1 Whidden, Brady C.Willlams,
eran editor of that well known expoirn- .. II. Willians.Jr. Char] C. Moore,
ent of realdemxmo e ability in hi profession, of honior an.. .;Edward G. Crump, Henry Hawes,
n of a fearless nrintir'e,. presenting his .l,,hn It. Bradley, William Atkinon,
* views to his readers in a frrinrk unld I' i ,. Boatwright, Wriht Gatlin.
"- highly p a right and conde'nning the wrong, tio the l H. Brad. Chaires, 1. R. Coe,
- gratification of his fri 1, oe and to the demoralization of his ------ ----^. '
g enemies Pelats to Thaln of.
r We also visited the ,flie'. of th(', Sun. We may all try to "shoot folly as he
, and were warmly r e'ived by t.oth Mr I fies, but most of us are mighty poor
e L'Engle and Mr. tenme, both of whom w'in uhots.
c roved most pleasant gentlenen. For It may be that work is worship, but
SMr. L'Engle we must say, while we' the are a lot of people who don't
t cannot approve his views, we endiorse worh'ip work
the man. We believe he. is hntest in The man in the moon may nottell all
n the stand he takes; we belliteve his'" that he sees, but he m.st keep up a
Supporting the. right, as he sees it; h-" powerful lot of thinking.'
t has ability and is fearless; he. has taken The regular quadrennial favorite son
. defeat inKa manl. way and continuerl problem in bobbing up again in many
his work regard lo of con As an editor, we, must dis arv-,' with is u perpetual one.
s h ,m pition, ut s. a* n, we frankly er "proof of. he in..take
Like the individual Of Mr. <(eme,, we care of the pennies and th .rswill
Ofcan say h e showed us e caur nth- take care of themselves." A co per
ing, for the opportunity was not your cent made in 1704 has just been sold for
to see and judge, and iar thin article' we $34.50...
ar)speaking only of prsoiinal liobserva- If the unwritten law is going to cut
tison. Y much of a Higure in tI by jury,
We found time (luring th. sMhort slav why not have it all nicely written out
to go through the capitol and werenmum so that a fellow may know Just what it
pleased with the way we were received, is? H. W. B. in National Daily.
*The rooms are large and comfortable '
and things seem to be conducted in a A Criminal Alttat
neat and orderly manner. We usedd on an inoffensive ltinse is frequently
at the first landing before the od and mpde in that appremtly useless little
tattered battle flast of the Ilot cause tube called the "appendix." It's gen-
and bari l r our heaiu in memory of the rally the result of protracted consalpa
he'roew who folhlwed those shot-torn tion, following liver torpor. Dr. King's
relic through victory and throuuih de- New Life Pills regulate the liver. proe
feat. through four years of b)looy and vent appendicitis and etablisah regular
hopeless war. Brave nr':n they were, habits of the bowels. 26c at all drug-
anid ill their memory w-. to w iom the Ki st.
War is only history, shoul Io h,'nor for Vote Row the eAr III
It lsming moment ll 1 hl h4.tr of the liv- ,.Vote ...ow S il.
itin titln( the a tehad. ell Metropolia shpo, the Houe of
(in the return trip wespent s aeturida y Representatives will not peas Senator
afternoon lin night in the. bcutiful Beard's bill recently passed by the Sen-
a, progremsiv, ci, t oI live 4)ik and ate by a vote of to 8 declaring the
while there' had the' plsmure of renew- fourteenth and fifteenth amendments
ing our aquiantan e with Editor Sher- to United States constitution mill and
wotd of thi' I)emorcrat. Mr Sherwood void, min this state, th u dsftalchislag
is, perha pl. the. most widely quoIted the negroe. in FloridaL At present the
writer in the state. for I,. h"hs that negro)es in Florida have bn practically
most priceless of all attairnments, the eliminated from politicSe, and there are
courage to tike a po;sitve s.t.nd o; any no si.s that they will have anything to
subject where he. I, post t :.rl the. abi- do with political qusetios iln the future.
ity to exprl'eNhM his thu- ,hl in a st tvle .o They all realize that the white man Is
pleailmit and frank u s to < attention and re pct of all we can't se why the state should try
Sa to arouse the federal authorities to come
Don't Pat Off here and take a hand In political mat-
ters as It is ,redicted the government
for tomorrow what you ve i, to.hy. surely will do if Florida repudiate a
If vou put off buying i lotti th Ihd. lortion of the United States consUtita-
ucrd Snow Lin iment, whe n that pein- tion
coms you won't have b un hay a itN- What is the uceof iUrring trouble?
tie today. A aometive cure< fcr lth.,umn. We are all getting along Iicely now and
tism, Burn, C uta,. Sprains, tCrntractel we, shouldd "let slei.ebw doe. lie .
Muscle., etc T. S Graham, lrarine Vote down the BoINr bifl.-Jackaon-
Grove. Ark.. writes: "'I wish tc thank vill M,,tropelis
vou for the good results I re',iveav'd -- -
from Snow Liniment. It pomsitiv'ly WVt
cured me oef Rheumatism after others have' a torpid liver when Herbine, the
had failed." Sold by all druggista only liver regulatory wili help you?
... .. There is no reason you ahold mu-
Floriea oyal Arch Chapter No. I. fer from iDy 'palm ViMslt n.Chl (llsl

and Feverorany Htw
A called 'ofnv( catin of the above n everhine will cure-~mF at ,
hap*ter will take place '. n Monday, Westville .Flal e s "Iwass o
A pIril 2. ; at 3m., for the purpose eof aimonthwith Al m amdt ,,oir imi.af.
conferring al pde reem AI ,oyal taking two bottle* as tf Hese .an e
Arch Masons visiting in the city are and healthy Sodb yB all drWt i
colrdially invited to attend. h l d. iss.-
W. E. Iewls.* I. P. Sewing machine bolbbi, ahlttles.
Arthur Williamn, Sec. belts, screw drives aid n for
... . any machin, aind -ee e oil atJ. D.

tO or ourjob printing

Cay's. 7



It wtm uom P ite
and re pt bfe boyWow

have me p vaum .

Rugs and Imron Bo. exchange
New frniture for Old. I Give me

a trial and be colvinced.

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J. E. THEUS, Propr.



is a range that will reast tiebta, boil
bake or otherwise cook many v able
and keep all piping hot until emings the
time for serving. A good gaisraange
supplied with flowing fuel as fnddshed
through our street mains, controlled by
a simple "twist of the wrist" In yow
kitchen meets every desire of the IDM
bitious preparer of meala for the bouse-
hold. Ask all the questions you like of
us at this office, or of our represents. .
tive. who will call at your home on
postal or phone request.
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Buildings a Specialty.

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Wal- divine of Barnes.

In bsrveda in t ato
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Hon. B. C. Abernenthy
aon address panthers will

e o good of the ordcr. All Odd-
aexpected to te
r '0 Irrts iesel from the fact thatn
U oM t authorizing Tasahaaeee to

w advt~~t ents come in late and de-

nded sp and of cour our bread
Ssand better oes through ths e as.
s. B. MHarris, who has iben here on
S visit to her father, Rev. W. H. Car
ter, hlt.on to Chattaho.ohie for a
few weesOn where she will be the guest

DL no t fgoot theater or Dr. Arm-
visit to Taah tosee, the rst
ou t in late and d-
Sa eyeo eemnpldcations, neous bead
S the r reofex troubles woud d
m arkd 8 arcss in the overcomien of
f thse trm a l by the modern system fo
o bth wumole He e will bet here
NP ome day only, the first Moa y

1 Mr. Wp VanBrunt, one of Tallr -
hesoe's ms t promising young men, is
hom for his summer vacation. Mr.m
Svni s Brun iit s b een attedig the den-
return in Otoer to complete his

The services at S. John's Eprscopal
church, conducted by Arch-Deacon
Weber, and ast he ng three days, were
Sterminated yesterday, much to the re-
S etof the commolty. Tallahassee is
S r be on ogratlated uny, the high priv-
eg she has enjoyed in hea this
gMr. Wandeonsecrated man. Dobtlass
the effect of his stirring appeals and
homasterly for nation .man.s duty
to God Brnthis fellow attend will long be
pott for good at Balng the people.

a returnn mage sale." This sale afforded
sa excellret opportunity for disposing
of a lot of a~ttc accumulations, and also
netted the Guild the handsome sum of
Sfor enjoyed in hearing thi
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ted and consecrated man. Doubtless

th Ye effect of hia a a and
Sto God n his fllowman will long be
potent for good a ng the people.
*'It ledlesof St. Agnes "Id have had

when you bome a

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SConvert it means that your prejudice against Ready-to-Wear
Clothes will cease. The Style-differance of their celebrated
Garments is a magnet of attraction. Their alound goodness
lifts them above the mediocity of Ready-mades, and their

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Hawes Hats,

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Walk Over Shoes.

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For Straw Hats or Panamas go to
Burns & Co. 9
Mr. R. B. Gorman has rented the
cottage owned by Mrs. M. C. Butler,
on North Adams street, and will move
in on May lst.
Mrs. Li Cronk has returned from a
business trip to Quime.a and is at pres-
ent the guest ofMrs. H.L Bethe.
Several aew automobiles have been
lately on our street%, the property of
Messrs McDaniel and Strange, proprie-
tors of the Tallahassee Grocery Com-
Tampa has had no rain for months.
Tallaha see u getting tee much. Such
is life.
Mrs. M. &. Thompson, ef. Montgom-
ery. Ala., is visiting Miss Sallie Blake.
Miss Rosa Herring, who has been on
a visit to her parents, has returned to
Live Oak.
Master Prank Damon entertained t
number of his young friend yesterday
afternoon in celebration of his twelfth
birthday anniversary.
Children's Shoes in different colors by
Burns & Co. 9
Rev. J. B. Pruett married two couple
last Sunday: Mr. John J. Harrell to
Mrs. Elizabeth VanBrunt, and Mr.
Moses Ktite to Nazena Beshava, the
latter are of Syrian citizens. The True
Democrat extends congratulations and
good wishes.
Bro. W. P. Byrd, of Tallahassee,
President of the Epworth League Chap-
ter there, came in one evening sad we
talked of the coming State League Con-
ference to be held in Tallahassee. He
is an enthusiastic Leaguer and an earn-
eatChristian young man.-Fiorida Chris-
tian Advocate.
The True Democrat had a very pleas-
ant visit yesterday from President Lin-
coln Huley, of Stetson University,
DeLand, who is visiting the Capitol in
the interest of that noted college. Prof.
Hulley is loved and esteemed through-
out Florida, and is one of our fore-
most educators.
Everything desirable in the line of
Shoes is carried by Burns & Co. 9
Messrs. Child Bres., contractors and
builders, have just put in at thqir place
of business a new and improved dry
kiln plant and are prepared to furnish
the public all grades of the very best
kinds of building_ material Note the
change in their advertisement in this is-
sue of the True Democrat.

The Corner Windowof Burns & Co.'s
store will give the passer-by an idea of
the prevailing styles in summer Foot-
wear. (9)
The large warehouse for the Talla-
hassee Grocery Company, located con-
vehieattly near both depots, is being
pushed to completion.
Mr. A. Wahalsh is pushing work on
leveling up the grounds just up from
the Seaboard depot, preparatory to
erecting a large tobacco packing and
curing warehouse.
Miss Bettle Bytbewoodand her niece,
little Miss Sarah Marhall, have returned
from a delightful visit to Mrs. John L.
Winthrop in Tallahassee -Monticello
Mrs. Senator H. H. McCreary left
for Gainesville Wednesday so as to be
at home to take her usual interest in
the memorial services in that city and
county today. She will then attend the
state meeting of the united Daughters
of the Confederacy at Jaeksonville for
a few days before returning to Talla-
hassee to remain with Senator Mc-
Creary until the close of the session of
the legislature.
It is regrettable that the visiting
statement at Tallahassee will be de-
prived of the usual feed of blackberries
on account of the unseasonable weather
that has retarded the growth of the
berries. Appalachicola Times. Digging
sareasm, which falls flat from the fact
that the Tallahassee market is now well
supplied with the earliest variety of
those berries, and besides we have a
very goodly supply of all kinds of vege-
tables. Don't get too funny over your
way Brother Johnson, for Tallahassee
has her full share of more serious af-
flictions Just now, we thank you.

To Just simply repeal the drainage
act, already pronounced unconstitu.-
tional by a United States court, and to
this remove the temptation to incur
further expense in appealing from
Judge Locke's' decision, is another of
those direct means of arriving at a so-
lution of a difficulty which must com-
mend itself to the good sense of our
leglature. Governor Broward's
schem of draining the Everglades can
never amount to anything. Why not,
then remove the drainage legislation
from the statute books and be done
with it?-T.-U. Short Talks.
Rev. W. H. Zeigler is at a meeting of
the Presbytery of Florida at Milton
this week.

\ aveor oser of the Day.
Tallahassee Drug Co., the reliable
druggists of Tallahasee, are having
calls for "HINDIPO," the new Nerve
Tonic and Vitalizer. Cures Nervous
Debility, Insomnia, Restores Lost Vi-
tality, that they are selling under a
positive guarantee.
Its merits are becoming the talk of
the town and everybody wants to try it,
and why not? It costs nothing if it
don't do you good-not one cent.
They don't want your money if it
does not benefit you, and will cheerfully
refund the money. Try it today. *
Don't buy any Automobile until you
see the Reo Runnabdut with extra fold-
ing seat.
C. J. DIEHL 9tf
Be sure and see Child Bros. stock of
kiln-dried flooring, ceiling, novelty sid-
ing and finished boards before placing
your orders. They can save you
money. 9
The Cantata to be given this evening
by the ladies of the Episcopal church
in Monticello has attracted a large
crowd of our eitisens who leave today
on a trala specially chartered for the
A Tallahassee nine went to Monti-
cello to play ball with a team of that
city today.
After a pleasant visit to her daugh-
ters and friends at Tampa. Mrs. IP.
Houstoun has returned home.
A few of the Junior League members
came through the rain to the meeting
Sunday afternoon. Had a good ser-
vice. Led by Caroline Blackburn, who
makes a good leader. Newt Sunday is
missionary day. Let every member be
present. A collection will be taken for
missions. Miss Mary Ferrell leader.
Subject: "India's Children A cor-
dial invitation to all.
The Bright Jewels and Florine Mite
Box Brigade will meet Saturday after-
noon with Mrs. J. E Wilson. Each
officer and memt,,r expected to be

He sure that you read the large add
of the Florida Mutual Life Association.
This is an ideal home company in which
you only take an even chance to help
each other. Our division is managed
by our own people and our people would
do well to investigate same, as it is
good safe cheap protection.

ftPay hr the Aysace.
We all admit that telephones ar a
great convenience, yet they oeou a!ar
make a man feel like breaking the thir
commandment. Some times on'a & ub
day when work is rushing and y=r
'phone ri ng twenty-eight times ant
only two r are of Importame,
the other twenty-six be-g calls trm
some one wanting to peak to your -ep
-this takes two from their war twnty-
six times, and some one ha to pay for
all that lost time la additianm to the an-
noyance. It doesn't look just vight
now does it? During working hours,
'phones in business osea, at last,
should be used for business only.-
Gainesville Sun.
Fe Sale.
Two beautiful lots at Panacea Spring
one adjoining Mr. Hall's houo.Ad
dre Mrs. Beromd, 179 High Street,
Orange, N. J. ,,-tf
Notice for PI, at.

LAMP OPtiC5 AT GAIN-n.as..
Notice In herrbgivn that r a R
Tallaha s l. P .. fkild ote of hi bt
to make inal five yr ro In u i
claim, via: Homen ad Entrr No
January 4. IS. or thae NW of NW L
Townhip ,. W. and tha
will n madearn Csrk Ciruit Court at 'ati
hamw, Fa., on Ju 7, 117.
He names the folowin witness to p his
continuou. restden upon and esctUatl e
land. vii:
Hobert W. Levy. Nathan. a Juud"
Jacob.. eter Waton,. all

D Hurm s & or m .vl Wtw.
NotiNotice s eet Sl tla,
LAND Ofor7 s AT GAnhalM atilPL8 .
tione to hmm im.tra metl s
hisa elsm. vit H m btry NO. UIUE
Desembwr uSL wSer loet" a IN l .
Tewaihlp 1 & Is iW.. md that aidd ee
will beom liClek Cdrelit Court mV tlnal-
hk"me, I.pL, Jue IM.
a"- am the f;lnew witnes- to pv his
sontuma reaemeans upon. sad eultiUvat of, the
lend. via:
W. I. sray. D. Andrews. J. M. Barton. Gil.
bert Hartatleid. of Tallaheame. Fla.
HasmY S. CHUnm. Register.
DisWcarge Notice.
Notick I herewby given that ix mim nthx aftW the
data of the first publication hereof I will pavwit
my final accounts to the County Judge of lao
County. oWrida and apply for my ildearmem as
Administrator o the ersateor Dr W. P. Raoer-
son. KATIE P. ROHEK8ON, Adminiatra4t.
TallahaM.e. Ia.. April M, i.n. om


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Men of Ablllty and Integrity
wanted as Agents.

ehas. G. Myers,
General Agent,
Talahassee, Fla.





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PMM o. COLLMS. Puusher.

A Am S S ii P iOTI M.
Whether or not Seaumtr John S.
Beard, of Pesaeola, introduced his
propositi, for a amendment to the
State iCo(Mts 0 l olvtng and qwu-
tionug the validity and force of the
14th and 15th amendments to the Con-
stitution of the U'-ltod States, as a
means of making himself nationally
prominent, as a possible aid to his ax-
piratlons to a United States senator-
ship or simply for the fun he would get
out of it, is immaterial. The only
really remarkable thing about It was
the fact that all of the state senator.
with five notable exceptions should
have voted for it. The names of these
five far-seeing prote.tants against ,uch
folly will be long remembered, not only
kly their immediate constituents, but
\Iy the people of Florida atjge They
are: Senators Buckman, ( ottrell,
Crane, Henderson and Humphries.
As an illustration of the manner in
which this absurd prooomition in viewed
by wise and conservative citizens of
Florida, we reproduce the following
thoughtful communication, by lion. U.
M. Cooper, from the columns of the
To the Timen-Union: When it waxi
stated, before the meetingof the legis-
latare, that an amendment to the con-
stltution of the state would be intro-
duced providing that only white people
shall vote at elections in this state, few
people took the proposition seriously
a that the senate should have passed
it, can only be accounted for on the
supposition that that body gave the
matter no serious consideration. Hav-
ing passed the senate, however, it be-
eomes a matter of real consequence
and danger to the welfare of the state.
It is to be hoped that the house will
realize in time how useless and mis-
chievous the proposition is, and what
evils its adoption would inevitably bring
upon the people.
The state is prosperous, its govern-
ment is entirely under white control,
the negro is not troubling himself or us
about voting, and the federal govern.
meant is not molesting us. Why should
we hunt trouble and force a conflict
with the United States, in which we
asould Inevitably be run over and
aashaed up? Some southern states
ha I rtd provisons In their conati.
tutions whkh Indirectly limit the ngMro
vote, but thee mproviona are so worded
e to apply on their face to all voters
regardless of color. No state has yet
committed the folly of adopting a pro-
V openly snd directly in conflict
with fiftenth amendment to the
eonetitution of the United States. Ac-
eoodlng to newsPper reports, the
amendment was advocated in theenate
and pasAed that body on the theory
that the fifteenth amendment was not
legally adopted. More than thirty.
seven years ago that amendment, pro-
viding that the right of citizens of the
United States to vote shall not be de.-
nied or abridged by any state on account
of race, color or previous condition of
aevitude, was offIcially declared and
proclaimed to have been adopted and
was put Into effect. Since then it has
beM frequently recognized and acted
on by the supreme court of the United
states and all branches of the federal
government as a valid and operative
portion of the constitution
Whether or not there might ever
have been any basis for the contention
, that the amendment was not legally
adopted, or whether or not there could
Opte been any direct proceeding at the
time to test that question, in wholly im-
material and need tnot Ie hI|Cusst, for
no court, and c.pecially no United
States court would now entertain or
consider it This has been the. settled
doctrine of the federal courts ever since
the decision of the supreme court of the
United States nearly sixty years ago in
Lut-,,r vM. Borden. 7th toward. 1
There ale numerous decisions also (if
the "tate courts to the same effTect.
mani ,f which may be found cited in
Eighit 'icopl-dia of law and procedures,.
page' il a"neI I1 the Tenth century di-
Kest. | zes 1411 1414, paragraph 126I
It a' ftnhi If rtq'-v' ry, however, fr I1
mau to I..e .wyer to know that tlhe
courts i,* *in t .mi to undertake' at
thin d.y t., Jit. the fifteenth mend-
ment ;,11 Ii iat IS' iri<>d to '(,rcr-v.
that s leitl 'h,(l'ction and common
enr I. It II.> 1,. snil that i thl pri .
pos, i m lehti,, tii to the starter, olst
tution i 'aultilt ..i t I the pr l, .le,h tIhal
they cuan 'jr ,' it ani prevent harm
therefrom :,:;i tin peeoplu have nevet

expressed any de i,-ie to have anv Nuch
amendment ulhnmitted or any such agi-
tation injecttd Aintr the nex' trenril-d
election an agiitation that will ce'rtain-
l prove very damaging to the .tate,
and will be used all over the country Lto
the injury of the democratic party in
the next presidential election.
If the amendment should be udopteod
It would bring upon the people of the
state a train of evil that can hardly be
wvretimated, and in which every in-
terest. -.sines, property and labor,
would equally suffer The great of every
member of the house of repreaenta-
tives and senator in congress, who
might be elected under such a law.
u be vacated. The election of state
County officers would be conducted
the eaiO and W onttrol of
Oitod SteU the ngroq s would
Soppo.t.aity of register.
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99U99M OF TM now'
laws, manacle, handeafs ad chain.-
all belong to thDe amea eaty.
A P3 r PRO -
The prsee is an organ of tC- people.
A free press isTan organ of a free peo-
ple. To y that the pr" men are
las is to say that the whole people are
liars. There may be inee-racles and
lie In the pros, but gag law is not the
aure. Some of these inaeuracies are
due to the haste incident to getting out
a large oaily edition. Some of the lies
in them may be wilfull, but that is no
reason why all other papers or even that
one paper should be gagged. There are
other remedies to top lying. If a man
swears, the way to cure him is not to
tell him that he must never open his
mouth or talk any more. We have
laws to rectify most of the errors of
the press but their benefits are so much
greater than their errors that we ought
to vote them freedom. Press men know
that liberty is not license. Press men
know also that they are not themselves
liars just because tIhey differ from some-
one else. We are a free people. We
have a right to free speech and to a
!ree press. Gag laws should be hung
up in the museum of antiquities among
the relic' of barbarism, curiosities in
an advanced civilization. Our fathers
paid too dearly for our liberties of
speech, for the fre-edom of the press
and for religious liberties for us ever to
lay thorn down. The pathway along
which the armin of civilization have
manrhed show the bloody tracks where
fierce encounter.; have taken place be.
tween tyranny on theone side and pop-
ular right on the other. Every public
man in the country in open to criticism.
Bryan, Roosevelt, Cleveland, McKin-
ley, Rockefeller, Carnegie -all are pub-
lic men, and are constantly being scored,
for the most part unjustly, I would,
fain believe, but they don t want to
rob a free people of a free press.
Whatever lies they have tocomplain of
can be cured some other way. The:
newspaper men of Florida are among,
the very best men of Florida. Located
at strategical points, they are fighting
the eo ple's battles. They and corpor-
ations likewise are people's best friends,
as a rule.
FraaBk Clark and Newspapers.
lion. Frank Clark, one of Florida's
brainest as well as bent men, made an
address in Tallahassee Wednesday night
during the meeting of the county sup-
erintendents, who were in session. I is
address, as usual, was fine and to the
point. But because he had occasion to
mention yellow journalism the Broward
crowd have begun to howl that it is be-
cause the Governor has sued the Times-
Union. One member in conversation
with us said, "you ought to have heard
Frank Clark give the newspapers h -11."
Frank Clark did not attack the press of
the state, as no man in all Florida has
more friendly feelings for the press
than he, and no man is more willing to
be criticized in his official capacity. He
feels and says that the pFs has a per-
fect right to enlighten the people about
public men and measures. Do not get
excited, ye Broward followers Frank
Clark is all right and will be holding
places of pubhelic trust long after the
present governor has retired to private
life. Dade City Star.
Weoil Be Czars.

The Czar of Russia has never had the
power to suppress a free expression of
opinion by newspapers upon public
measures as the Governor of Florida
has asked the Legislature to give to
the courts of this State in the passage
of laws to prosecute editors who dare
to criticise the acts of public officials,
unless they first find out that their
statements are absolutely true. A free
country would it not be if such a law
were passed by the Legislature. The
Legislature this week appointed a very
strong committee to investigate the
workings of the Internal Improvement
Board in connection with the attempt to
drain the Evarglades and of the Board's
various salem of State lands to secure
funds to prosecute this drainage scheme
of the Governor's The committee is
Yaiven unlimited power to secure all the
facts in the matter, and its investiga-
tion should be searchmg and complete,
showing favors to no one. The people
want the facts. Volusia Co. Record.
aur*eal Yes, I Have Feund It at Last
Found what? Why. that Chamber-
lo'rlainm' Salve cure' vezeina and all
nianner of itching of the skin. I have
been .t'llhcted for nainy years with skin
disease. I had to gt' up thrfee'or four
tinut every night aild wuah with could
water to) allay the triibtle' an-hing but
minte- using this mailv, in IDecember,
19oi,, the itching has ti> .pt4l anid has
not troubl)'d inme. Eldir John T'. ong.-
Ivy. Iootvillv, I'm. For s.aet y 'lalla-
hastae' i)rugC to
Th' Nehraukia Indel "Miltmeota pride's herself oa having
built a1 four million dollar capitol with-
out a suspicion of graft attaching to
the, work The hitter of this building
ought toe Ie written With it should go
a history in full detail of the Pennsyl-
vania capitol, this latter containing an
appendix showing the number of years
in prison assigned to each thief The
two volumes would make an exhibit
that ought to be in every public
ing and voting, would be encouragd
and induced to do so, and their votes
would be counted and given full effect.
This proposed amendmment is one of
those measures which should sleep
quietly in committee. If it doe. ome
before the house, It is to be hoped that
It will be dealt with firmly o uS de.-
lously, and cosige
"ad oblivion.
Jacksonville. a., St 2

:itipt the

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Commencng April 15th a special rate of $2
per day and $8 with Bathwill be made for
the SUMMER MONTHS . . ...


DAUGoarT or c.. er, Mr
Mrs. C. W. Stump of Canton, Ohio,
writes: "1I wish I could induce every
mother who has a weak, sickly child
to try that delicious cod liver prepar-
ation, VInol. Our little daughter was
pale, thin and sickly.
"We tried various medicines, but
without any benefit whatever, and
she could not take cod liver oil or
emulsions, as they nauseated her and
upset her stomach.
"Liearning that VInol contains all
the nediclnal and trength-creatlng
properties of cod liver oil, but with-
out the disagreeahI. till, we decided to
try It. and the results were marvel.
,uas, ro quickly was she restored to
heAlth and strength
"We have never sold a medicine
equal to Vinol for delicate children.
Tallahasmee Drug Company.

807 C(LINTOiN *T.

Economy Fence!
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BEST and

Canbe uil fo lest ha

Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.


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Open Day and Night. Rooms Neat and Clean.
with the Best the market affords.

Table Supplied


Lodglag, 25 Cwta.s


Eat plenty and sleep sound;
Pay your bills and take in the town.

eGS*** **f **S5 6se s e5 *********s*****es***4***

Known Heretofore as the HManceek House.
Opposite the
State Capitol I
Mrs. M. C. Butler, |
Proprietor. |

Special Rates to Legislators on
S. Application. .

A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasville ehiropodist
Is able to eorreets
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.

Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free from
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodst, of Thomasville, Ga. Macon Telerah.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHIN, Pistoffice, Macon, a.


DJe.t _e, ) Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dress-
A rerrel, infg, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Waves a specialty.


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

A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unnessary;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck

Dr. Robert E. Williams,
Surgeon Chiropodist Masseur,

7A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St.
and satisfaction guaran.



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work 0

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing. and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my Pat-


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P~ffl-l )&||


Af 'm .

d lO K Li Sta.bles.


Under New. Management.

5owa oa W Sm m vb
*Repair your Boots and Shom. First Class Work. SaiheM a d.
Ablo we have i coOmetiMon with my aoe bomaue tmhe

Noo, %AS ran-&, '

Table the best -
In Jacksonville.


Dr. M. F. Gourley Pror.

Meal, 25 CAent.

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Dr. W. Moor,
D. R,. Cox,

isiuA...ito. W.W-------AmmWaldo"e, $ .7
lbUIkCkM n26 LOO---- Aina&am .75
* Cbm a8, 8.50-.....Anmma do", 1.00
~ p~Class4.,.0----Annualt 10


ORS. -
ILJ. Evans, .AL.`A, at~phree,

Oscar VanBrunt.


'Frma 40 to las. $. -..... ALA duAs, 11.25
Proa 45 to 50, Clas 6, 500 .-..-AnBides, 1.26
Prom 80 to 56, Class 7, 6.00 ----......Aadues,. 1.50
From 55 to 00, Class 8, 7.00A......Amald dueb, 2.00


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Pries and Speldflcation Upon Reqst.

Initiation is paid but once no assessment except in case of a death in yuor


when each member is assessed -$1.15.

Prompt Delivery.

A division is 1000 members all

?eaal with $1000 of insurance each, with a fair, equal chance to help each other at
0ste You can get in now as charter member at cost.
Live agents wanted, address,.

L. N. MILAM, Tallahasssee, Fla.


SThe ewer Partr.
Op. of the pleasant affairs of last
;Whk was the Flower Party given by
ldr of the Leon Gradd and
S pSm ram. which was greatly enjoyed
all pment, was followed by agueas-
r eoq.tt, the answers to al ques-
names of flowers. The
oe largest number of correct
w cut for by Misses Chris-
e Widman, Mabel Hepkins and
S GonMs, Miss Hopkin being the
te contestant. This prize was
ted pin-cushion mounted on
: Ikboys' prize, a post card album,
k cut for by oeeph Parkhill and
im Hirehbuf being won by the
i tie amusement of the little folk
Sbabbles were blemn, and little
i 1 won a pretty an,

es ha ta were served and
b ad a sy One. The pro-
i S 5 piano so bady needed at
' 1 a b l~ oho M v ery satiseetery,

.%reimget no re f til tried
one bottle to omptely care
S afeat and most reliable
Sd old care andu hlug and throat
over discored. Guarsateed b
60s and$1. drial bottle
hMbbhkd uMW t Babbeest
A Suny Mnda Bubbles will wash
S wayoor touer. On Monday. the
S tb nset. I will have with me Mr.
| _"S'ny Mouday Payne." "Soap Bub-
| bIfr" oN. K Fairbank Co. Mr.
Srnewill call on you and show you
som esap deals at factory prices that
can be bougbt.through me. The deals
consist of Sunny Monday Laundry Soap
-Fairy Soap-Glycerine Tar Soap and
Gold Dust Washing Powder. Any or-
ders given Mr. Payne will be greatly
& aplprecited by me.
ted by J. W. Collins, Grocer.
Hea. FranK Adama,
Miss Jefferson Bell, the noted woman
politician of Florida, and correspondent
for several newspapers, aies up Hon.
Frank Adams, as follows: senator
Adama is probably the most accomplish-
ed diplomat in the legislature. He is
an admirable mixture of successful
business man. statesman,giplomat, poll
t a and all around goof fellow. A
kUflled parlnmentarian and able debater
sad an honest conscientious man, he is
I ded ore of the most valuable mem-
bars of the Florida legislature
hamt Beat.
On the Shepard lot, Saturday after-
S nowo April 27th, 19074 a peanut hunt
Sfor e children. Admission 10 cents.
ee cea, cake and candy for sale.
mM Wond bring the children.
ealnat of he Episcopal Rectory

U and by virtue of an execution
t Ah day of April, A. D.
t of the circuit court of second
ulre t of Florida, in and for
aonty, Ch. HookIns, sheriff of
Saty wil ell a at a ahriff's sale
Sthe emrt hbouee en the 6th day
between ts e o m of 11 a. m.
614& m. 7 log arts, 8 asets of
K4 i 1 twoheo wagon
S1 stvk of galral merehan-
NOasmg t of asod elass '4-
a VrL Imrprie at
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Telephone 23.

a woman can make herself when .he
adorns herself with tastefl and hadl-
some jewelry. I have all the latest de-
signes in chains, collars, brooches and
pins, as well as all kinds of precious
stones set in unique designs for person-
al adornment or wedding gifts.


A Cup of White Ree r hm Labdl
Nece and Java Ceates
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and evy
one knows that only good grocers kep
good coffee. We take special pride im
our brands,'as they have made or
store famous. 4ust as good as the eeat
fee we sell are teas, which princile
holds good throughout our entire stnk.'
We sell nothing but the be't of feed
products-those we have tested .
selves, and so can stand by them,
J. W. COLUa.mi Grooer.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Contractors and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of

all kinds. -

Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
on lot south of county jail.
. PHONE 87.

Seaboard Air Line,

P. O. BOX 4.

LITTLE TO JUDlg WRITFIILD. Nemerall;Services.
Tallahassee, Fla. Lamar Camp of Confederate Veter-
Dear Sir: Take a two-story house and ans has extended invitations to all via-
reckon the cost with different paints; iring Confederates and to the Bloxham
you will be surprised. Say the house Rifles to joil them in forming a pro.
has a total of 3210 square feet. cession to the cemetery. this afternoon.
Divide by 300; you will buy 11 gallons. The legislature will" also march in a
That's the rule; but it never comes-out body to attend the memorial address
80. which will be deliver i bv Judge C. B.
Buy any other paint than Devoe, you Parkhill, of the supreme bench.
will have to buymore, up to possibly 22 As the judge's eloquence in well
gallons Paint Devoe, and you'll have known to Tallahassetans, there is no
a gallon or two to return. Here are need to urge the pe.,ple out to hear
some experiences. him- they will be rlad to avail them-
F. R. Watkins, Lott, Texas. used 13 selves of the opportunity .
gallons on his house before; bought 13 ^-m ...
allons Devoe for same house and had Rel Heenglaa Celiag.
Left. Like Palmer Cox tir,ownies and thi.
C. B. Edwards, of Edwards &Brough- Katzejammer Kids. .i>!py Hooligan i.
ton, printers. Raleigh N. C., used30 one of the caricature creatures that hua.
gallons paste paint on his house; bought evidently come to stay Several clever.
30 allows Devoe for same house and real comedies have t,..- created the.
had 16 left Go buy the gallons. fun written around tiO character, but
Yours truly none it seems have yt even approached
26 F.W. DEVOE & CO. in genuine merit and clean wit and hu-
P. S -Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our mor the original com.iy of Hooligan's
paint. Troubles, by Mark E, Swan, created
Rdcal Diseases. into a play confining the character
Piles, Fistula and other rectal dis- r 1inged. Hooligani'% TroMuble's pow r
eases treated without pain or detention itbe d.i he oolan' Trouble w p r-
from business or pleasure. No cutting, trays him as he is and ithe un rising
tying or tauterista. Correspn t herofrom, is fast and furious The
.tn gor cauterizin. orrespoS 5S or=inal number one company with the
solicited' Dr. F. Philhlips, Specialist, I Hooganr retty Grace Bur-
Quincy, Fla, 9-tf original Hooligan, rt erace Bur
Quincy, F 9-t goyne, the Desmond Trio, and the all
Last m*te to Tapayers star company will pr.-,ent this delic-
Ao4 ll *iously funnycomedy farce here. In the
As the time is up and I will soo be program are twenty-one musical apec-
compelled to close my City Tax Books Ceies. The ezngagemnt is for Tues-
I now give full and free notice that all day, April 80th, at the opera house, and
who do not settle up promptly may ex- the pricesare 25, 6. and 75 cents.
pet to see their property advertied. .- - -.
Pay up and save an additional expense We hSVe on hand a large stock of fine
for cost of advertising. kiln-dried 4-ineh flooring and ceiling;
C. Z. Fenm, i alW 8 and 10 anch finished boards. The
9-tf City Tax Collector. priew will please you Get your order
--- ----- to whale It at. Child Bros. Lumber
Reed every pge of the newspaper. Yartd 9


Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under a
(i guarantee. havebuilt
hundreds and build
more ever day.

W e

For prices write
11. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4.


- Florida.

( choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every (lay
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers

Subscribe to The rue Democrat.

Mad. under Section 2. Chapter 411C. Law
flrida, ~sowing the amount o( tax- hared
to the Tan Collector of leon county. P
to b. eolwted for the current y~ar 1T7.
the apportionment of th same to th
fumds for which such taxes have been 1v:
Tot*aTax Year I1M -42..1U
Amount paid to April lt. IlW 6-7.li


(;.,.ral Revenuie
Arn't paid to Amrir iIt. .iA7
.4 huolm
Ani't luaid tn, Alril ast. 19w7
Firne-"and 'trfeture
Ani't 1'ad t> April ilt. 1907
kiRoad and Bridge
Am't Paid to April Lat. IW .

Sieeeal Schf4lDistrict No. I
Am'( Post tit April lost. 19W1

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Attft IH. T. FuLasKi
Clerk Cirruit Court, Leon County Florida. April
let. iW7.

Applicatloe for Discharge as sec.u-
Notice ist hereby given that I will, on th 4th day
of Pptember 107T, present my final aectouut I-
Rxeulrix of tie last will and testaaent of Hariris
D. Hart. deceased. to thy Count Judge of lan
county. F.orida. at T.laha.u... Porida. M ap
ply for a dischargr an ueh Eecutrix.
G. 3. HARTT.
Exeutrix of la.t will and telament of Hairi.
D. Hartt. deceased. k-em
See John Lolina for Job Printing.

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tsftul LI of HigH gOrade
Lace Clrtans, pri range from $4,50.
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prepare for the hot weather by hav-
SIng your porch shaded. We have
on hand a large stock of all sizes. We
guarantee them to roll perfectly and to
shut out all the sun. - -

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Remember the Name, "STANDARD."

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a Turpentine Gear or Log Truck

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a nd.

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