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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: May 3, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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TALAHASSEE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1907.


NO. 10.


Good Government; Honesty In Public Offie;. Equal Justice to All--Special PrtlIies to None.


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'VUSS Q! e A. sfter*'
A etatwat. spresentedbe.b t ll ,
Ase. tim h^Ims!t parent be- ag Uness, passed from this lit
ers the mseent adjournment of the through the portals that lead to blile
M6d cr,"MJd Jury, was one aa1t er0l. Brother Brn3 was anativ
SOoL Ek 3. seso, of Broeksvi le r born at Rehnes Valley, Jan
who ie for more than twenty years t of d earsat froth
bq Worklh of th "ci Welt court of Hw- COkespury Institute Carolina
Se: an"*who was .e" e of the At the berinn of the civil war. i
sftiW -vetetrals who ever left, M4 Mhe lt emmpy C. iftt
du ing the civil war. The In- Floida Regidment, r*gd oe
S dietmet is in regard to some land mat- Anderso'svon, fourl
o the deals ol which are not known. all them t battle, a was
BPew hthprWi tat" of the fn- a captain or bravery. At the close o
,? mdhf tW-mm ep u i a'u W.A. John-. the war, Brother B returned home
s eas B to rooksville to o rt broken in health bhut o in spirt, an
S Saxmon. The *e getleman in 1 im was elected to the legIlatur
b, k and beloved in every ee- and served one term. Ho was elete
ti sa O'OIUSfwa oat work i Clerk of the Circut Coort for Leow
his oflM when the oe r put in a couty in 186, and served almost cor
pernse#, and notified him that he hel tinualy n this offiee of public trust fto
a warrant for his arrest. 40 years-the 4 years of war and'
All right, said Colonel Saxon, vears of "RecoMtruetion" excepted
S "Il ho down to the train when it pulls re are but few instances in record
uet fr V Tampa. Got any more warrants where an offleal has been honored b]
S to serve?" .. as many successful terms, and thew
"Teo, I've got warrants against three were only words of praise and comment
nei gro and need a little heip in find- dation for his faithful service, and he
ing them," replied Johnoon. held the esteem, confidence and affect
"Let me see tm warrants, demand- tion of his fellow-citizens until life'i
ed Colonel Saxon, and they were im- end.
nmedlatelyforthcoming. In the death of Brother Bryan the
"Whr t 're my niggers, saki the state and city has lost a good and loyal
Sro a veteran "you just give me citizen, who was generous, charitable
S e warrants and I'll have them at the and exceedingly kind in spirit, no ap
train promptlyy" I A for hielp was ever denied, and
mit they live it the country, and thepoor and needy could alwaysexpeci
there'll be some expenses attached to assistance and a cheerful* response to
getting them. The government will their call for help.
stead the expense," declared the ofi- Brother Count l A. Bran was initial
ted in Leon Lodge No.5, I. 0. 0 F.,
S*Do you think that I am not able to on May 0, 1851, being the oldest mem-
owns t fols and buggy?"demanded ber of the lodge-56years an Odd Fel-
Sth old man; followed by: "was tYou quit low-aisdom o ourbe proudof. A rec
worrying, for I'llas bring them down for ord that few ever attaisubmission th. He wasill de
Sto voted to the principles of Odd Fellow-
True' to his trust Colonel Saxon had shBryip, and fe illustrated It on virtues by hi
thee renegroes with him when theso coulife in spirit and in truth.
t t rolled in, and poster" can geching Ta bond Resolved that whi summoned we recjoin the innu-
t his first task was to fnd wisdom o? our Creator1 and bow in
Sarn sum e for t hem. bonyhud trio humble submission th His Divine will,
ol Saxon will probably be tak- twederious realm wthedeath suffering aourend so
on before Judge oke this a e emben ovrow arbrothere never ounknowl A.
and will either be placed ugotonder all bond Bryan and feel that one whom wo
there to no danger of their doingso0as could ill afford to loose from our midst
or lowed freethoirm on mater" can get bod in h- as been summoned to join the innu-
any sum for them. merable host that moves to that mys-
C*olonel Saxon will probably be taLk- terious realm where suffering and sor.
and will either be placed under bond Resolved further, that to those who
or allowed freedom on his own recog- were dear to him, and are now left to
nizance. Colonel W. T. Martin, A. M. mourn his loss, we extend our deep and
Wilson and other prominent citizens of most heartfelt sympathy.
Brooksville came down with Colonel Resolved further, that a page of our
t Saxon and they with scores of old- lodge record be dedicated and inscribed
times Tampa friends, are unmercifully to his memory: that a cupy of these
guing the old gentleman about being resolutions be furnihe"dl to the family
Spinched." The negroers arrested have of our decesed brother: that'the lodge-
probably been with Colonel Saxqn for | room be draped, and the members wear
forty years, and while they would I thq usual badge of mourning for thirty
otherwise be scared out of their wits, days, and that the city papers be fur-
with "Marse Frank wid 'em they ain't nished a copy for publication.
searit of nuttin The feeling existing Fraternally submitted
between the old war horse and the ne- W. H. CHANCEY,
r. is a fine illustration of the love C (C. C(,LLINS,
borne by master and slave for eaeh ASA 1. STUMP,
other prior to the war,- Tampa Times. committee .
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Do To Love A Frteindly Work.
your baby? You wonder why he cries. Criticisms, and unkindly and mislead-
Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi- ing sentences, and sometimes lengthy
fuge and he will never cry. Most ba-' attacks on Christian Science are occa-
bles have worms, and the mothers don't sionally being woven into books and
know it. White's Cream Vermifuge pamphlets, purporting to- have been
rids the child of worms and cleans out written on other subjects, when it is
its system in a pleasant way. Every only necessary to include an attack on
mother shtotdd keep a bottle ot this Christian Science
medicine in the house. With it, fear It is only fair and just that all incor-
need never enter her mind. Price 25c. rect allusions to Christian Science
Sold by all druggists. should be eliminated from manuscript
- intended for books and periodical.
A "LuobI u owl. Christian Science is comparatively new
Senator Humphries has introduced a and many write, not after a correct
resolution to amend the constitution of knowledge of the subject, but from a
the State, so 4 to prohibit the manu- mere cursory reading and from data
factureand saleof intoxicating liquors. carelessly gathered from flippant crit-
Thereupon the Chamber of Com- ics.
wme or in Tampa has reared back on its The body known as Christian Scien-
dew-claws and emitted a lugubrious tists is largely recruited from the in-
howl.. telligent and educated :lasses, and the
The said Chamnber of Commerce howls number is rapidly increasing, and they
fourth ,tat are entitled to the same courtesy as is
T s lt'Ion is bad. accorded other denominations -- The
Detripental to to the prosperity of Tropical Sun.
P tion is a failure, A *ar Debt to Pay.
And an l-advlsed Interference with "I owe a debt of grattitude that can
the preset olfactory plan.IM; never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark,
AsMattDes, sueedtos..y,"precisely, of Westfield, lows. "for my rescue
precisely so. If prohibiton as a fa-1 from death, by Dr king-'s New Disaeov-
"*, why is the ramp Chambe of ery. Both lungs were so seriously af-
Camaere seaed out of its boots?. fected that death seemed imminent.,
S The assertion that the resolution is when 1 commenced taking New Diseov-
hid is not beore out by the results oh- ery. The ominous dry, hacking cough
sd the U dry counties of this quit before the first bottle was used,
... ...... and two more bottks made a complete i
As to the resolution being detriment- cure Nothing has ever au crd ewt'
at to tim Interests of Tampa,. wedo not Discovery for coughs, eo-d. and all
I* bI t, but If Tampa 's properIty is throat and hung complaints. Guaran-
Sotf g mere susetantial teed by allduSgg.its 5 and$1.00 T l

i l fe~a of the Florida Legis. The regular monthly meeting of the
ll L.-a aari-' reoluti andi Woman 's Home Mision Socet, will
SAt Iue pespil a chaner to expre be held in the Methodist church, To-
* it-- olheyi wiU 'l n tho day aftoroooMay 7th at 4 oelock.
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muddle has started the public to think- during Dr. Carter's ahence from the bud Bod of ami hainen rimes
ing. The wonderful success that has city, Sunday services in St. John's dthe of Miami, h as been rentceived
met Ballard's Horehound Syru in its. Epscopal church will be conducted by a, the city The event thook place in the
erusade on Co Infemlas, lronchit s y reder. -.agic City on the 24th instant. &W was
crusade on Coughs. Influen bronchi- Yreadr. quite a social affair. The bride is a
Us and all Pulmonary troubles- has For stomachtroulne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boyd.
started the public to hiig of this const t former ridents1 B rtow. eis
Wonderful portion. are all N W well known hereim had e .1S
uanh It. Jin- the Dtoceeme down c i tem. Mr. esB eil u
witM slaksms. Pil m and 5le b

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NO SMnM4Y eAl. 1 Is 6THt POWER
0 On aeountUof tf *t k w"-ifNrf
p. KXM Ilast FriFay tho, n for MerO UNSHMa
SDay &3 ldnot be fed out a plIan-
n. ed. Nevertheless series were hld in
A oo l Mi by NUftftte s.u the Hall of the H of R. Thea Sater Seeds f Bladaess
tivem a1d were wo* tThteudei. seed ye" o ---ss
g. J= C. B. t 'aaddresswama Al the Way."
a- A very notiesai and pleasing fact, we predicted it be, a ma.terly The power of a sunny soul---. man
is that the newsper men, who are Iet ozloquteep hiehtired to tS who carries suashlne in hisa very pres-
1e res nW epth every BOetl hea iM he-
* representatives, in this session of the lr sad a roetefle o audience *and he enec, to trauform the most trying
, legislaturearesUBdl a up forandintro. also harm those whose symathes situation in life to light p the way
e during and strivig to pass legislation lie on the other M*e of Mason a and even in the darkest gloom-Is beyond
e in line with ihrstlanity, humanity Dixon's line by msnded p- aUll ow to compete.
T temperance, w'ali. NA a that Jud Parkohi the son fl o n whorm l M un sl, the
in ofor tgeof th e whole Of id's heroes w gave hi se mal whoer ca e rrehs h y int hbig
h eole. The b w ntro. for southern nrineC was welfiottl ry eye Who is a o Ifue
f eaday by tentative Ru.. to speak on ttis ... o dear nto mn Te mas power of smn-
el, of Putnam s : hearts of our people. ine man to trieist ormthmest
B A bill to be ad as sct toprobibit Jue Parikhill address will b b. situation in life* Is wrt SnM a
f on Sunday eortastioi.a and enter liahed in full in next week's Te fortunein meaey. T glo a griet
Stainments wh i s admitted free Democrat. med inal value, ales m ei s U A
Sor permitted to. i tonpon the pay. -' patient has a better ehane=i
e meant of an oadfe or other pe. P,01ta0s 0 Fl TheAht. ing his lost health it he is d
id cuniary chane. The man who takes bkttor medicine optimistic than he hasa it e fa
n Be it ernad t the legislature of generally leaves a drop in the cu. hi ..ai... .
- the State of loh: He ballda well who has goo luck, hat a wonderful thnit Its to b
r Section 1. Whoever engages on Sun- but he bulkis better who banks on abletocarry oe's sunshine with
4 day, whether a owm manager, di- pluck._ to cast a glow of br11gh0nes
I. rector, agent or .smIn gr Don't bank on allenceas poof ofwis- upon every oonditio flife I
d pre tna' mrwc~.rcn-ducnt r' dos; the world is full of dumb fools. er totransmute loom lito
y ehibitionr,,nt, su as Bitterthough the doe mas be, there the mirth-provok t .
Sa circus, at perk trained ani- as no tonic like an tru eveything toa the ythe w s
mal show anyor exercise Povt ha prodded many a mans out to make their way hi the
me ofshrobatny va hauw r exs O d Mead amb ion into life andactivity. Th pas through t*fe with oN
formance, moving keturo dislaplay, y. A foolt s sure to be found at one end frcon: they carry talisman tht
"s io r c, or~edle w diheres l ,, of a flatterer's tongue; sometimes at make them welcome whre v
lie isadmitted or perItted to partici. both. w The dete e worn t, be
e pate, or upon the payment of an ad- He who gives the world sweet song, ftl to everyone, to be coe s 9 et
Smission or other peunlary charge, seldom goes entirely w timtino matter Wh at o
e shall be demed g f a miademean. Who lants good see in fruitful is one of the noblest of ambit
or and shall be b a fine not earth o generous crop need fear no riatent effort to give
d exceeding one nwS ddohlars, or by dheth od with whom we come into
*t imprisonment. in the county jail not ex It is well to have a in th.e hrt, bith whom w conetan t,
o ceeding three months, or y both such but how is the world to now it i the litt better for thecot
fine and imprisonment. lips are dumb? su.sh n eer, hope,
Se 2 Thatthisactshalltak You will often find the girl who i. scatter owers a we go to .
S.Se m. T at thi.sact ta ke efn shy in very close touch with the girl joy ach day, to live the sMs B
Sfect Immedivately upon its gasage an who is sly. H. B. W. in Woman's Na- utmost and not to wait le'
approval by the ovronr. tional Da& r before we begin to enjor-t.ek w

n.lve .a.oon as the ld i doe nure- svoral openad tom t~.o pe s wids thiedoorat havpies
S re pp O rser an ouht at ottysbuing. Happiness Is a quese tion Q o s e
Any mother wale by had experience u avid Parker of Fayette N. Y.. who not money. It Is mntd ad
with thi. distressing ailment will be losta foot atGettysburag. writes: "Ele not things that make the hI
pleased to know thawt a cure may pe tri Bitters have done me more good I know children who seemed
affected by apply Chamberlain' than any builder surie cuI ever took. For that I have not fever known od this
p toSalv this the cn bild i done nu dru- istsveral ye I had tomah trouble, toyan achiemot children have them
ing. Wipe it off viM a soft cloth be- and paid out much money for medicine yet some of these hildre ao I- W
intfore allowodu inthe legislature to an to littlerata, until feel that they have retained so
bureau of immigration in Florida Such l Iwo. which have moytd
result. Forapparlentlby Talnowdefunctaee Drstate for what one struggled for supremacy nothada thousand do
board of trade. But why has nt that nd tonic fow r the a fed and for female and erty or money, in thee word,
weaknesses. Great alternative and sometimes make me asamed
Fl been i Needs. e pe. body builder; sure cure for lame back tact that I have not foage d thia te
We cannot pretend to understand why and weak kidneys. Guaranteed by all secret of enjoyment in an educate" s or
up to this time no bill even has been druggists. 50c an achievement. They often makeme
introduceself has goin the legislature to create a Revolution, afee later the ir l that the of gladn e retained j oy. T n
one bureau of immigration in Florida Suchand ilorof the a civil war cltas. which have happy. They are
fua bill, and a vety o b blood one, wa shprepar- Where their English nettles and hap I know people, in middle life, ho
ed by the apparently now defunct state Ibundian once astrug wled for supremacy have not had a thouanddollarne
r board of trade. om thaut ewhy ha not that there now stands a fairy cityal th- If trty or money, in the world, a
bill been introduced, even if the oardnifeanWhere the hishter of the Ammtow word, et t is ty have managed to has
Sitelf ha a gone out or business? the caTr pon Revolution, ani later the soldit 'r seret of gladneMs and joy. Thnleaow
one measure the mt abalutly need to wasd sailors of the civil wr, eep interest hw to bee o happy. They are infni, the tely
ful for Florida to be laid on the shelf arte with their enemi that now Artist a happier thorant, ndch peoplthe bwhod.
r for mere selfish political purposea. as siquadron of powerful war vessels not look to the mind but to things for
stated by the Penal Journal? The built or peace. La the heunday Wrei- their happiness. in of snity. It
following from that excellent paper will dent and his Cabinet gave especial NIK- If there is a pittable object in the
explain itself: niiot Jcanm eto the xpositoric tuamestow i'x world, it is the p eron who ha no lauh no
'The Tampa Trihune %aya: 'TheTrib- position by their presence. It on life, who has become cynicalmnd
acun a few to ay ao tn t occasion w d cene of uch deep inter whoee. only the crooked, the ly,
comment on a very pesimitic states. to the American people that Artist the discordant, and the bad.
meant by Brother Maya, of the Pensaco- iedermanns of ainte J vllthe Sunday World Cheerfilne i a ign of nillty. It
vo Journal, to the fact that he did not Jame town Exposition pictures.rnor row. the pe. who ha no laughter, no
look for any action on the part of their arThe sec propond of the presserie will given fun in hil natu the aperonf 72 year.
legislature to create an immigration with next Sunday's World, in colvernor homes morone and melancholy, ho is
department, o that Florida mit. Tht go ra- Browrd ate paer, uitabl for framing.ews- in danger of losing his balance. Sue-
actively to work in it. capacity am a ceps".
state to secure much neesedd settler s. The Governor and the Paper ..
obWe can hardly believe that Fiorida's m Former Candidate," in the Kick i A in s profession.
ilative body will be o utterly de- columns of the Jacksonville Metro i The Commercial regret to announce

e fatory t le so impret as because he do not e t o the death of Col. A. W. Cockrell, of
vo of true loyalty ias to abandon the. has the following on Governor Brow. Jacksonville, a cont the age of 72 ye o
bet wi.terests of their tate and their ard' proposition to muzzle the press: We did notle reputation. To our mind it isally, but
constituents for itrn lymiserable little -W hat is the matter with Governor he was known all ~eoer Flornd a
game of poltcal rft. The mmrave Theroward and the Jacksoil nvillate new- ood and abe man, and as a
tian question is the reatet. the mot papers? There never was a governor ranked high in Od outh, his profession. t we are
obiviously pressing question now con- insuch a predicament before. He now aside from these attributes of mind sad
fronting the outh;and nowhere is itwantathe whole statepross nmuledcharacter we like bet toh think of C
satisfactory settlement so important a we have Wausehe does not like thtr to cultivate friend- kr "ll as a onfederate soldier
n Florid with itved, and handful of eopurnal shile papers. Already ofhe butterne men tre for eputato n. To our mind It d
speaks witheit arm full of the tet has said amages, and It has sadi. le. S e tnt time the
oibiliti if it can only get thepopu.- ;serious things about him than another ways ansa eloe tion threisedntae
ltn to work them out We have The Jacksonville diliy haves, aboutthe hoim. Pw or hoe wo wtre representa
behave you, that what thie Journal said t1 8eA re.. 6tives of the Old Sout itas t advanced




Tallahssuee and gtave t thi tti when his frtheds av er o, a rtehs spa h ,d- woate tliengr oven the generation of
ow d iscover an insl cature-ion that wou leg- off in his earl o ham n bn attackons yer w the war whe. dn u bue
dolatuhe intends dnit some thi at we have twh didh er.s. try tas lve c fie-, melnltoame too k a long rent Lees-
been deceived, and now ethat the Journalems to think they should sub- eme


There bnne can only exclaim that the mit without protect, and now he wanm. A-t--ictha-s
htuation is preposterousa! lorida must one to aoy hicl or 000 for proteotin e.u bi e i pi
increase her population i she isto keep hisfrBan supre s bn a arge measure to a abure of
e with her sister state, and should -l -..g .. o. -- the yowelsd by ep long draastiLc pur
her legislators fail to make provision A SIgalaceat Prayer. Kattves. o avoid a.l danger, u. only
for sueh increase how may they call nMay the Ird help you make Buck- r. ew L Pl, the safe.. ...
themselves her loyal sonel? It as the len's Armica Salve known to all." writes antee t sers hand invigoratorl. Guar-"
dry rot of selfish policy to eat up the J (;. Jenkins. of Chapel Hill, N C. It .nted to cure headache" biousness.
fair growth of honest principu l in this quickly took the pain out of a felon for malpin a la"rge me all drug stores.
democratic commowealth.-T ampa Tri- me and cured it in a wonderfully short u -..s .
bute. m ls time. "Best on earth for sores, burns Shnl aer-Bd narr a Ge.
Sz. .. a..e. and wound 6cat all drug stores.* The news of the mrra.e f Mr. e









THE TRUE DEMOCRAT mT 111 FARh 3
JOsM 6. COLUNS. P orteeTr. T.- bill introduced by1Mr. Farris of A
S[uval, entitled "An Aeto speedily' House
PUBLI8HFD EVERY fImiDAY MORNIN, G ieLtle and determine the tqMt imposedI held ha1
Sup<,n the trustees of the maternal Im- sentati
asterWda S.-ur,nd cias Ma't<.r March 31, '. i* provement Fund, and to sally dis- 30th. a
the Pot Office at Tallrha3.. Plri4A ,,,,. r charge sucif trustees," is a wris meas- on the
Actofonremof March 3. 9. ; ure, calculated to dispose of the entire ture on
Office. Telephone iulding, (n.rrr Aldan, .an controversy now pending, ad to do so A large
Clin.tumn ttg. Tl-iphIon N-., 1. I in the courts of Florida, aad not in the there b
Federal courts,. to which the railroad the Leg
Subscripton. SLOOPer Year, in Advance. land grant claimants have resorted The
Advetit ir atm on Application. or relief. State u
--- .- A judicial determination of all of the cates a
Te Tr e Demscsto I .. offcad. Newspep*r vexed questions which for the past -one h
of Lo" Ceey,. few years have caused so much contro- arguem
very and litigation, accompanied by was ex


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enormous expen., seems to be a solu- each, a
tion of the situation most earnestly to dicussi
be desired, not only by the people of Those
the state whose 'ubstance is in great uniform
danger of useless waste, but by the Prof.
trustees, whose ,trorts to administer Gray, o


of the ftO&R
Omttees on EnueM Wi wp
be* IHll of the Houseof pr.
ves on Tuesday evening, AlpoU
t 8 o'clock, to hear arguanints
several bills before the Legtaia.
n the subject of school books.
e audience heard the discussion,
being present many member of
gislature and not a few ladies.
committee gave the two sides--
niformity of school books adv&*
nd those opposed to thUem omna
our each in which to make their
mts. Subsequently the tiMe
tended to one hour and a half
nd it was midnight before the
ion ended.
e who spoke in favor of State
nity were Editor Claude L'Engle,
W. N. Sheats and Mr. A. J.
f the B. F. Johnson Publishing


TalkheaMe. FriMay, Ma3 3.17.


"He who gives the world sweet song.
seldom goes entirely wrong."
--y--- -.-' - ^ .N\.
The Lake City Index truthfully says:
"There's mighty good gubernatorial
timber in Hon. John W. Watson "
*- ;po a
Let man have an aim, a purpose, and
opportunities to attain his end shall
start forth like buds in the spring. -
Watson's Weekly Jeffersonian. ,
Editor Bowdenof Dade City Star,has
added new material to his office, and
now sends out one of the best edited
and neatet weekly newspapers that
comes to our exchange table,
v-
The Apalachicola Times was 22 years
old with last week's issue, and Editor
Johnson is to be congratulated on the
excellent weekly he makes and that he
Sevrs his territory. May he and the
Tme live long and continue to pros-
Hon. D. H. Mays, of Jefferson, who
for a number of good reasons, would
have made Florida a good and faithful
governor, has been circulating among
his Florida friends at the Capitol this
week and made this office a pleasant
visit.
The Gainesville Sun is responsible
for the following: "While Senator
Beard was delivering his now famous
address in behalf of his franchise bill,
a negro hackman in the gallery was
heard to say: 'I sho' Lord ain't gwine
hawl dat man in my hack, case he's
agin do guvernmint "
We join the Jacksonville Metropolis
and other Florida newspapers in wish-
inW Editor F. Ion Robertson much suc-
erse in acquiring ewnerhip of the Clay
County Times. He fs an experienced
nd able newspaper man, and will of
course be "all to the goxi" in his new
field.
Historians say that Napoleon Bona-
parte dreaded three newspapers more
than an hundred thousand bayonets. A
Napeleon H.. of more recent history,
seems to have the dread of the news-
papers all right, but like a fretful child
he fumes and frets and attacks them.
Some men will not accept a situation
philosophically Live Oak Democrat.
Hon William Bailey Lamar. Con-
greesman for this Congremsional i)in-
trict, addressed a large audience in the
House of Iteprrsentati ve Wednesday
evening, May lst, on the subject of the
"Interstate Commerce Commission or
the Flderal Ituilroad Rate. ill Mr.
Lamor is a g( nd had th, attention of Ih i c
throughout.
For the life of us we ca'unot *.e, why
any living Floridian should wish to
throw a stumbling block in the way of
a thorough and complete investigation
of those internal improvement and other
matter. that should be investigated.
The people of Florida have confidence
in the committees appointed, who have
those things In hand, and believe they
wish to act for the beat interests of all
concetied. Then give them all they
ask for and ample time, that they may
do juntic', to it, and after it is all over
may all the clouds be "rolled away."
All the pilople of Florida desire and ask
is common justice, and if wrong has
been done or trusts abused that correc-
tiona' be made.
The Sumpter Times, edited by lion.
J. B. (' Koonce, who has represented
his county and State in the Legslature
several sessions, had in his excellent
newspaper last week among other good
things, the following paragraphs: "The
bill to create the office of Assistant At-
torney (General was killed in the House
today it wan a good bill and ought to
have piMiied. Governor Broward's
plan for the State to go Into the life in-
surance business doesn't seem to meet
with much fevor and it ougtht not to.
The bill by Senator T. F W est to
amend the constitution so that each
county will hereafter be a senatorial
district iM a good one and ought to pass
and be adopted by the people at the
aext election


ST. MARKS, FLA.
Having purchased the Hotel at Si. Marks I am thor-
oughly repairing and renovating it, will returnlsh and
supply it, and with boats and other conveniences it
will offer the best attractions for hunting and fishing
on the Gulf Coast.


8 GOOD BOATS.


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RATES REASONABLE.


Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
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The same Furniture for less Money.
If you value your hard earned Dollar
it will pay you to examine my stock
and get prices before buying. I
have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds. Will exchange


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the fund according to their interpreta- (o
tion of the terms of the law have met Dr. A. I. Branham, of the American
with constant and determined opposi- Book Co., spoke against State unitorm-
tion. ity, and in favor of county uniformity,
The trustees lgan the controversy the plan now in use in Florida.
by solemnly declaring that the several The discussion was snappy and deeply
legislative grants of land belonging to interesting. Three real sensations
the fund to railroad and canal compan- were developed. The first one was the
lea for the purpose of aiding in the statementof Editor L'Engle that agents
construction of transportation lines of Ginn & Co. and ot D. C. Heath &
were inoperative and void, by refusing Co., both school book publishers that
to obey the legislative requirement are very actively, though heretofore
that they should perfect the grants by secretly, engaged in aiding the State
conveyances of the lands granted, and uniformity advocates, had paid the ex.
by announcing their purpose to "save penses of the agents he had sent over
the lands for the people." And this, the State seeking information relative
in the face of the fact that such pur- to the school book question, and whose
poses had been declared by the Su- reports he read to the committees.
preme Court of the state and the Unit-I This important piece of information
ed States to be proper and legitimate greatly astonished the committees and
purposes for the execution of their trust, i the audience generally, because it was
under the terms of the law creating it. previously known to only a few
They then proceeded, by means of that L. B. Robeson and M. C. Miller,
forced sales at sacrifice prices, to .turn of Ginn & Co., and F. 0. Spain, of D.
the lands they proposed to "save" into! C. Heath & Co,, were spending money
money for the purpose of expending 'in Florida to work up sentiment in fa-
the money in a wild and impossible vor of State uniformity of school books.
scheme for the drainage of lands im- The second sensation came out when
possible to reclaim without untold mil- Dr. Branham read from Prof. Sheats'
lions of expenditure, and which were report of 1902, when the latter was
not likely to be needed for purposes of State Superintendent of Public Instruc-
occupation and settlement for several tion, a remarkably vigorous protest
generations yet unborn. against State uniformity of school
This action on the part of the trus- books in any form. The reading uf
tees naturally caused the claimants of this protest followed the speech Prof.
lands under the legislative grants to Sheats made in favor of State uni-
take steps for the protection and en,- formity.
forcement of their rights, and they The committees and audience saw the
went into the Federal courts, seeking point, and there were abundant evi-
to restrain the trustees from wasting dences of their amusement over Prof.
the lands and their proceeds until the Sheats' predicament. Prof. Sheats
rights of all parties in interest could be made no reply. The third sensation
judicially determined Large sums was the result of two questions Prof.
of mnney, the proceeds of sales, are Sheats asked Dr. Branham. These
now tied up, and the litigation is still were practically one in substance, and


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Does More Than We Claim.
Don Morrison, Klilmmee, Fla. writes: "l h -
amd several bottles of Herbino myself and have adv
several of my friends to use same. I have found It tobi
best medicl ne for the liver I ever used. Itabsgmb.
at the same time thoroughly."
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pending, and likely to cause much ad- amounted to this: "Will the American
ditional expense and delay before it can Book Company sell to Florida. people
be ended and the rights of the respec- under the present county uniformity law
tive parties in interest finally settled. the cheup special state uniformity books
Thus, it will be seen. the prime pur- sold in AGeorgia and elsewhere at the
pose of the Farris bill is to secure, with same cheap prices that prevail in Geor-
as little delay as possible, frn the mi' h r t ra -
home courts, a final adjudication of the gia and elsewhere?" Dr Branham an-
several vexed questions involved, viz: swered emphatically and without equivo-
First, as to the validity of the several cation that the American Book Company
legislative land grants. would do no; would sell in Florida to
Second, as to the existence of an
trust resting upon the fund to which anybody and everybody the same cheap
the land grants, or any of them. were books sold in Georgia and elsewhere at
made subject. the same cheap prices, and would doso
Third, as to which of the land grants, under the present county uniformity
if any, are entitled to priority of sat- plan would do so under binding con-
is faction; and plan; would doso under binding con-
Fourth, as to the legal and proper tracts with county Boards for any rea-
disposition of the remnant of-lands and sonable term of years; and he further
money remaining In the fund. declared that the American Book Corn-
For the suggestion of this simple and
effective method of forever and speedi- pany was ready to make a valid bond
ly disposing of all this trouble involving in the sum of $5,000 that it would do so
the I. Fund the people of Florida are under present conditions, whether or
indebted to the wisdom and foresight not the Humphries-Watson bill became
of their chief law officer Attorney- not the mph Waton bill became
General Ellis and should his suggestion ia law. Dr. Branham also said that
be adopted by the enactment of this these cheap state uniformity editions
bill into a law. the interests of the peo- were sold in many places that had no
pIe would remain, very properly in his state uniformity law, and instance
hands a their cho.n legal represen-itanc
native. Ginn & Co.'s selling a cheap special
Evr .lrdinsol ehedition of Jones' Readers in Chicago;
Every Floridian should feel humiliated many book concerns selling their cheap
that up to this date not a single step books to independent school systems in
that this newspaper is aware of, and Georgia; many publishes' selin their
the Legislature is now better than half cheap books in St is, I thir
gone, has not been taken to correct one lie, na ookevery colnsty 6 u oe
of the greatest public wrongs that was pust two years"without"y-s tf-
ever put-upon the fair name of this school book law, and h ideknw
State The failure or refusal to come it to be a fact that i the :Humphres-
to an honorable settlement or compro. Watson bill became a law, most of the
mise with Col. S. I Wailes.., puts us Ibook^publisbsw" o erinY
squarely and flatfooted as repudiators, scheobook in wot
and it cannot be rubbed out, as the not what they might n ayo o the contra-
matter still stands. This writer has no ry just now.
more personal interest in that case than So far the committee have given no
any other Floridlan has or should, but expression as to their purpose regard-
for the sake of honestyr deny and i areny of the school ring.bills th
the fair name of our native and great aI co ering.
State we, with many, yes manyof Flor-. w-~ ..,-- ,,,
ida's best men, depore the rank injus- As the session of the Florida Leoisla-
tice and disgrace, if you please. that ture is.drawing to a close, many of the
h ans over us, from the way Col. new bills introduced from now on 4may
Walles and the Beard estate has been not get a closer acquaintance with th0
treated in this matter, since through Florida statutes than a formal intro-
their work and Col. Wailes' money that duction. -- Live Oak Democrat.
arge amount was turned into the State Or just as happens at almost every
carried out and their commission ai session, many laws are enacted or rail-
them. We may continue to refuse to roaded through towards the close, and
give them justice, but the at igma can I which too often prove unconstitutional
never be removed until justice is done. and ineffective.


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Seahear Selected as Reste and Deat
Satee are G-ive.
Low excursion rates to Richmond,
Va., On aceount of Southern Baptist
Coavation. Seaboard Air Line Rail-
Sway h been named as official route
fro- d. One fare plus 25 cents
for ound trip from all points.
anTk s o"Wale May 1, 14.16 and 16.
DoaMbe dayaservice, through Pullman
I- all on your ticket agent or
Jas. F. Taylor, Travelling a
sasger Agent. Tampa, Fla. S.. Boyl-
toon, Jr. Assistant General Passenger
f Agnt, Jarksonville, Fla.

JAM3STOWN EXPO8ITION
Hampton Roads, Norfolk-Seaboard
Air Line Railway. The Exposition
Route. Official opening day, Friday,
SApril 2, IM7.
Predsdent Rooeavelt will be present
with his Cabinet to open the Expo-
asition and Governors from more than
twenty Southern and BasteMn States
will also assist in the ceremoy lending
it the air of most impressive dignity.
The Naval display wil be on thelar-
gest scale ever benre attempted, and
war ships of ever Navy will be pres-
ent. Armies of seldiera with brass
bands from all parts of the Union will
make the military feature moat at-
tractive.
Cheap rates, quick and convenient
Schedules. See the ticket agent. L.
t Levier, First Vice-President. Charles
B. Ryan, General Passenger Agent.
State Lfe lasersace.
Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Brow-
sMr of Florida, Is off on a stern chase
after the life insurance companies of
the East. Governor Broward is a stern
man and his stern chase is going to be
a stern one. He wants Florida to go
p into the life insurance business.
In a special message to the legisla-
ture of his state Governor Broward
pointe out that the foreign insurance
companies have returned to Floridians
inlkssea paid about 66,000,000 and have
resolved upwards of $18,000,000 in pre-
miums dung the last 18 years. So,
why not let the state go into the life
insurance business? Just look, she
might have saved her people nearly
S000,000 in the last 13 years.
This is the old, old fallacy. Gov
eamor Broward should remember tha
even If the inurence companies have
collected $138,00,000 in premiums in
7tonda and returned only 6,000000 in
asses paid, the companies still ave a
Argeo amount of money held in trust
1r wlrldaoey holders. Moreover,
GOTerorf Broward should remember
tat Sh dtfereae between the o.
S00 ilasa id and the$ 018,006.;00
=- coltd does not mean a
mas at rf LO00.00 fourth company. It
Oovermor roward will- look ave. his
state h will see several thousand men
.a i th business of ett peo-
p etake outat ifes inaurance. Teo
Smt be paid and they moIt have
i....MrIIdA ig o .e k ie.m O f
Qthsobleitess of
ife = bdt she probay would
"iat a bhbmaranie without em-
jst aa the ompamles
a K NaWranee is old by per-
d@alte t@*sbtosim Men don't asek out
re bs;h has to seek them. If
-Bea were tke poItag staaps, if
I-as 1WM wl t b.
tetSO weaflave do
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Baking Powder is indispen-

preparation of the finest


cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins.

Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
buy other powders because they are "cheap."
Housekeepers should stop and think. If such
powders are lower priced, are they inferior?
Is it economy to spoil your digestion?


The "Royal Baker and Pastry
'Cook"-containing over 8oo most
praptkal and valuable cooking re-
fcs lp e to every patron. Send
potal card with your full address.


Alum is used in some baking pow-
ders and in most of the so-called
phosphate powders, because it is
cheap, and makes a cheaper pow-
der. Butalumisacorrosive which.
taken in food, acts ia)njuriously upon
the stomach, liver and kidneys.


quare and that the public enterprises
would be honestly and economically and
efciently administered. But with the
graft ad corruption that government
in Ame is =prone to, how much lees
do the le want state socialism?-
Little (Ark.) Gasette.
Church NDeces.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastor.-Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior p-
worth League, 8.06 p. min. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
Presbyterian Church Rev. Wmin. H.
Ziegler, Pastor-Regular service at 11
o'clock a. in. and at 8:00 o'clock p. in
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.45 a. m.,
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B.
Pruitt, partor. Services: Sunday at 11
a. in. and 3:30 p. m.; Bible school, 9:46
a. m.; Junior B.Y. P. U., 3:30 p. mn.;
Senior B. Y.Y P. U., Friday at p. m.;
Prayer and Praise service Wednesday
at M0p. m.
St. John'a Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11a.m.
and 7.00 p.m. Friday, p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Christian Science. -Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the postoffice. Thisa room is
also used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. All are cordiallyenvited.
LEiTT TO T. RUDOLB & SON
Tallahaspee, Fla.
Dear Sirs: Why do people send us
such tales as this?
D. G. Smith Madison, Fla. had his
mothers house painted Devoe 11 years
ago and the house looks better to-day
than other houses painted with other
paint 3 or 4 years ago.
They are full of good will for Devoe.
Yours truly
28 F. W. bEVOE & CO.
P. S. -Gilmore & Davis Co. well our
paint.
There's been a great deal of splash
and splutter at Tallahassee, but the
Crain of accomplishment is soansall
t It would require a microscope to
detect it amid the mass of chaff that
represents legislative progress upto-
date. With one-third the session gone,
one lone little bill is the net result of
the mighty movement of the legila..
to, barr=L aoe trifling locals mas
ares. Too busy doing the demagogue
a playing to the grand stand to
do much real work.-Lakela&d News,
26th ^ ^ ^
In the state primary election we
wtothe nomination of At-
=!= I Mi ElW cause we bellev-
ed that he belonged to William Shor-
man Jennings, a dwe would't let a dog
that belonged to Jennngs bark at owr
dff if we could help It, but resent
events have brought him out in a more
favorable light, and we hereby under
him all the credit due. -White Springs
Herald. _____~_

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We have bN to look recently
at what woei resultif all the
adverseIgs s 'to the railroad*
should so cpple as to force them
into the an of a receiver. A panic
i -well I should says, and one o the
worst this county bas ever known.
iWho would souh a panic hurt ? Surely
not those who own railroads that 9
simply a part of dr surplus then it
must of nieces -1bound upon the
poor man and th naess generally of
the country. Caa we afford this juat
now? Can we affed to see the busi-
ness of this onmatry tagnated when
we are in the vsr= aith o prosperity?
It is human satr%, W suppose, for the
weaker to be al-aja--- gtig the strong,
yet it is the t that keep the coun-
try prospering. a American people
are great on =UvMasu, and are sure
they are too extreme now on this rail-
road situation. It apar that every
state is flghtig the L oad, and nine-
tenths of it isa up hearsay evidence,
by lawyers who rave been sent to the
legislatures, with s oia of facts, and
they adopt drastic ammu1r'e for politi-
cal ends that may retad the growth of
our country to a considerab e degree.
People curse everything that seem to be
making money. Suppose about half
the trains that thea rads are now run-
ning were taken at what a howl you
would hear, and e there are trains
like the Birmni bs division of the
Seaboard that not paying, so the
president says. It will etake years for
that road to daeve oanid populate the
country along its U for it to be a
paying investmwt yet the great wave
of oppression that being waged could
hamper its growth
They want now to regulate, or rather
to compensate the newspapers for the
loss of their pase even in Alabama,
by forcing the roads to advertise in
every paper in the state, and the state
shal say what the paper shall receive.
But the -wn es a n't want to be a
party to the throttling of any enter-
rise, nor do they want the state to
father them in their charges. To be
perfectly plain it Is time for the people,
while the evil days come not to look to
their interest and throttle all such
damphoolishness, or the result will be
disastrous as sore as you live.
Jacksonville is having an interesting
session of the Daughters of the Con-
federacy this week.
GOOD NEWS.
Sabics^Maiwams.
We will thi week commence the
manufacture of cement sidewalk blocks.
We will make only a rt cluss block,
and they will be fedly gu rantied
by'the mnnufacturers. What It will
aoat to make the above article, we will
let you know In the next issue of 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 tho bloc s.
5-tf GILMORE & DAVIS Co.
Preach Laaduage.
French manage taught at residence.
Latest improved method. Conversa-
tional, Grammarical, by experienced
Parisian teacher. Moderate terms.
MADAM MAILLARD OWEN,
44-tf Leon Hotel.

J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterinary Physician
and Surgeon.


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-- AGENTS WANTED. --


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Carrabelle, Fla. |



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THr TRUE DEMOCRAT. No Cmrw Tn
M e. COLLINS. fbswer. The contest of wills tha I
________________ternal Improvement vl Oem-.
PUIAuHED VBr FRIDAY MORNINm mitt** and the Hou of -
tives refieets Itle
ion. Park Trammell, in ia speech in party to the controveip,. Home
the Senate Tuesday morning, referred demanded that theM diseloe
to the "paid corporation press" Dos the names of the counselit tM to
Mr. Traumnel's paper come under this employ If given sathority te do so by
head? tw concurrent resolution which has
Hln. J. Walter Kehoe is said to have been so long pendifn; the committee
acquired the congressional handshake very properly declined to be humiliated
and is workingft overtime against con- in suh a manner. The House persisted
groman lamar.-Live Oak Demo- In its demand, to the point of gross dia-
crat. -,-. ,courtesy to the Committee, and the
Representative Faulkner's bill to Committee grew more and more deter-
prohibit shipping liquors into counties mined not to be treated like an irres-
whleh have voted in favor of prohibi- pensible chid. The delay, for which
tion has gone to the Committee on En- the entire blame must rest upon the
grossed Bills. It is a good measure House as the first aggressor, haa been
and should become a law. distinctly Injurious to the purposes for
--- ^ -. /- which the Committee was created.
Capt. J B. Johnston, the venerable oubtlese this was the reason why this
and able editor of the Dade City Demo- Committee has been so harassed and
crat, an experienced former legisla- insulted. Such tactics are unworthy of
tor, and one of the best known public the dignity sad good faith of any legis-
men in Florida, is spending some days native body, and can result only in defin.
at the Capitol and made us a pleasant
visit, ing, or sending into the courts, the de-
Monday's issueof the Live Oak Daily ciion of the momentous questions for
Democrat, contained a long and timely reght uponwhich the Committee, instead
article by Hon. Frank Drew, on the created. And the Committee, instead
railroad situation, addread to Hon.W. of losing the time which the House has
R. Dorman. Mr. Drew handles the caused to be frittered away in a sense-
ttlon .bly an w t the point, and less controversy, should be permitted to
situation sensibly and to the point, and continue Its work until it in completed,
we wish we could have given it space continue its workuntil it is completed
this week. even though it should require a week
^ .. .. ... , or a month after the final adjournment
Hon. Robert W Davis, one of the 'of the Legislature
best loved men in Florida, spent the -_. .. .
Arst days of the week at the Capitol HON. FRANK ADAMS.
ad his Tallahannee friends and visiting From good authority, we learn that
statesmen were delighted to welcome Senator Frank Adams, of Hamilton
him. "Our Itob" will always retain a county, will, in all probability, be a
warm place in the hearts of Floridians. candidate for the U1. S. Senate, to sue-
-.- --... ceed Senator S. R. Mallory. Mr. Adams
Several of last week exchanges con- in being urged by many prominent men
trained the first installments of the For from all parts of the State to make the
Sales advertisements for the si.mson. The
ale advertinementnfor the eason. The race, but an it is sometime until the
time for closing the books of the col- campaign begins, he h not yet de-
lectors is set by law for the first of cided definitely whether or not he will
April, but this year, in some counties, enter the race. Mr. Adams has serv-
an extension of a month was granted o ed twice as president of the Senate; he
the collectors is well-known and popular, and is re-
The late State Superintendent of cognised as a man of great ability and
Public Instruction, Hon. W. N. Sheats. intelligence. Should he enter the race,
in an address before the Hlouse and he will prove a hard man to defeat, and
Senate Committees on Education, rues- it is doubtful if there is a man in the
day night, imtimated that certain pa- State who could defeat him.
pers In Florida were being paid to fight Mr. Adams has, on a number of oc-
State Uniformity. We pass him up to canions, been mentioned an a candidate
the brethren, for the position of-U. S Senator in
*The Woman's National Dlaily says it campaigns of past years., but never be-
Waa what might be called a clear case fore has his name been eorinectd with
o "jolly," the little tricK by which a the position no strongly by those who
certain school at Freeliort, Iong Island, koej' "tab" on political events and poe-
got a double contribution from Mrs sliitie-_
tusell Sage. It seemm that she gave Apron Sale Next Tuesday.
fifty thousand dollars fior th- establish- Th Apron Sale to I', iv-n lby the
melt of th- school. Then., according Kiiig'n Daughters, which was I>stiponed ,
to the story by wire, t pi. on account of inclement wen(t h r, wi
to the story by wire, the s pirit in be held at the Armory Truesiuey after-
which the gift wan receivedso affected noon, May 7th. at 4 o'clock.
her" that snho nent along another fifty Aprons of every de(icript in, from the
thousand That iall right; the money daintiest to aprons. for hunise-keelpersJ
goes to a lgil lurlonme a the, inci and servants., will bt utre'il for sale.
does to acho'it piurpo' i th' in'l The proceeds will go t11 h,, hospital
dent teaches a finem les.n in toliteness. fund, and the citizens of Tallnahabsne I
It is always in order teo say "thank are urged to give it their usuual gener-
you." ous support. Cakfes, .herbwts, ice-
Sc, ream and home.-made candies will also
Just one year itIKI tninorrow, if wo o b ,on sale
mistake not, Govi'rnor Napl)leon Ilona-
part Broward opened hin draiinge e'anm. Noticel
paign at Munson i'ond), a p inct in i Don't buy any Automolile, until you
lt Leon County At that first stump *, h the Reo t unnabout with extra fold-
speaking he began l'nurnciatiis of all ing seat. f
things that did not lok goo We hav r the w
his spectacle..and kept it up h cheap. The lialkcom lnuwr (o. 6i
tently through the campaign, and is .
still fighting for his drainage proiumit-
kon and other schemes with all the
power and influence he can control
Behool Book Commission, Insurance e
Comm"salon. etc. Be it remembered,
he was accredited with having said in
thatapeech: "If the people stand by
me, I will defy the court*, declare mar-
tial law and dig that ditch," and after '
the election he promised to have passed
leislation that would cause hisa oppo-
aints lo "weep, wall and gnash their
teeth." Will he eventually need in a
doing all thi ? Let's wait and see. -rewm
Ducgj umbrellas in the most popular ," 'l
eolora--uff bottle green and dark '"
b. ome; thing nice. See them at J.
D.Ca s 7


VistUng Woodmen of the World are The Delights of Springtime
invited to attend the regular meetin
Thursday evening In Woodmen Hall, Come in May, when lawns are green.
ever Gilmore A Davis Co. 's store, next and nature Is revelling in its roesur-
W e s Hall. reaction; and those who own their
We call special attenti ofaon tano afuld lown home are enjoying its pleasures,
odvotisemnot of the Havann and p .
Ms- W. C. Black manager. in this Is. Instead of preparing for "moving
se. On May 8th. they will offer at day." If you are not so fortunate
&mtion. some splendid Investments In as to own a home, call on us, and
of the very beat sections of we will show you some of the cho-
Do not forget the date of IDr. Arm- cost homes in and aronnd the city,
=i 0'a visit to Tallabasee, the first that are bargains in Real Estate for
M dy in the month. Those havi future value,
eye complications, nervous he-
= Weor any reflex troubles would doRD AD t C
We toseehim, h lameetin with J. T. DERNARi & SON
leed naueen e in the overcoming of I
5 trouble by the modem lItem of DAo J I n...i .. a \._
b He a will be -herm n $ W I .
m MV4 44y only, the first Monday


fle We ge1as1t Heal0 Resert sad
1MP r Re-efeo.r
U. F. & A. Railroad sells rond
trip tisekets to Sopeboppy at espeeify
low arT rate. to parti-e Oln to
theIpi. Tram car from the hetel
meet ularr mail and p
trais. Ji-e who want them eaM -
cure asks at Sopchoppy to take them
over.
At the hotel will be found ample ase-
IIomImwdtils the year round. Good
lakes sad -lit water fishing. Five or
six gaisoae launches to take fishing or
pleasure parties out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
son.
Hotel rates; $9.00 and $10.00 per
week. $86.00 per month. For further
particulars address,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
PANACEA, FLORIDA.
UaAa s and Preusa.
My cleaning and pressing business is
now carried on in the up-stairs part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Also sample
lines of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
garments for men' on display.
4-tf W. H. FRIELAND.
Wanted.
Two experienced sales ladies. Only
experienced ones need apply; no other
applicants will be considered.
7-2t LevY BROS.
Be sure and see Child Bros. stock of
kiln-dried flooring, ceiling, novelty aid-
ing and finished boards before placing
your orders. They can save you
money. 9


Now Open

SPRING

an d

SUMMER

MILLINERY,

LINENS, EMBROIDERIES,

LACES and NOTIONS.


Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahassee, Florida.

Fancy Work Material a Specialty


Notice for Publicatione.
DK.PARTMRNT OF THR INTIRIOCR. )
LANDSA ( TIr. AT OAINVILI.K. FI.A.,
April I,. 1907. |
Nt ice in hereby given that March Redmond. of
'rallahao.Fl Via., has Aled notice' of hi. intention
to make final five yer pronf tnaupport of hi.
claim, via: Homewtoed Entry No. 11829, made
January 4, 1. rt. for the NW of NW'4 nSetion 6.
rownr.hilp 1 ., Rangre I W.. and ht maid proof
will be made before (Clrk Circuit Court. at Ta1lls-
ham.ee. Fla.. on June 7, 1i7.
lie name the following witness tao prove hin
,'ontin~ti'.ii oux idence upon and cultivation of aidl
land. vir:
R, oluvt W. I....N. Nathan B. Hartafeld. Jiudre
Jaco'i PIeter Wittimo, all of Tallahassev. Fla.
HNwav 8. C'Hus. Register.
Notice for P blication.
DKI)ANTMURNT O THIE INTBRfiR
i.ANIl Ori'K AT GAInMVII.L., FLIA.
April 16, 1907.
Not le s hertliv ilven that Willim J. Wilade. of
Tallaha.iwe. i'la.. haa filed notice of his intenten-
tion to make final five year proof in support of
hin claim. via: Homestead Entry No. .3506. made
december 20. IiF(. for the lots &. Setkoon 2.
T,ownmhip I 4. Ranes 2 W.. and that eaid proof
will be made before Cl W Cruit Court. at Tilla-
hafie. ,Ia.. on June T, 1M.W
He name. the following wltneeae to prove hi I
continuous rw .i.,en upon, and culUvation of. the
lbod. via:
W. K. Gray. E. I. Adrmws. J. M. Barton, Gil-
bert Hartafeld. of Tnlt PlT-Na.P-
HWaut 5.w.a. Reteter.

If yotr blond il trap lhn diseased, hotor
full ofU um i. if you haoe Ne peeon, cancer.
ersRM Ung maoin asafulha d el ea. Itch-
n. reliw and Ibuma. sabk. pimply akin.
hoe plnJ. catarrh. ror say akin
d take Botae is Ba (Ba B. B.)
wrMM 11 PO bLLW, ,lh -vrlUH
BIid t o.. Atlant. & -!. B. Bs Sep.-
eelsly advld for chemtae i ted emit, as It
eatm after all le fails 4 1lyr

Our Manaw. Mr. W e avifr *wll hon
ateck In our eempany to B. eNa.r. wUI on
the let e( April sevr l m with our
bulne-. Mr. MeNair Sid- -i ae- manasr.
We ar Ing tf upr 5 Wteala fau epa
d...... .pt i..rviee..e.. 1q

MR. R. We. COSB.
We 'mllfrma etntinnatje d mr r*ed ptron-


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CASTORIA
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SEABOARD
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICH-
MOND, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK.


TWO ELEGANT TRAINS


SEABOARD EXPRESS


MODERN


DAILY


SEABOARD MAIL


PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
NORFOLK, VA.

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. t'. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville, Florida.


WM. CHILD.


GEO. W. CHILD.


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. Prie
reasonable
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line,
on lot south of county jail.


PHONE 87.


F. C. COLES,-:-


P.O BOX4


CONFECTIONER and GROCER.

The Choicest and Fresbest Goods at
thelowest living ,
Pro-t~hw.r ^Taifciil.


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'of a size eovewent to arry ln pocket
you resist the temptation to spend y. We
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W li;rih o *fd thee a Ito wk Vryone who will deposit oie dollar and promien to
S MM uM ith ia with thrty da a receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
p[ u 1a8da be O1peed y -a.
YTo& w Aw p to beeou hmon -a saey you can save la five years by taking care
of yaor mn shing. asnd depitaI- ta ae --s I ak.
It is st wie to gave m e y aitIn the house, because there is danger of loss by
teve *Ad fi and beMides it is not mlling. But place it with us and it is earning same-
ta. We pay 8 per enwt interest a of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
arst dM of April and October
w we give a table showing how asvfs will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 18 working days in the year, at 8 per emt interest.
Amt iam ted. Interest earned. Total am't
10c per cay for 6 year.................. 0.-... ........... -$11.14..------...............---------$167.64
S0 per eay for 5 year--................. ------....... 28..------. -------....----- 8335.28
ec per ay for 5years--.........---------........ .................. ..............------------27....... 419.10
80 perday for 5years-................. ....... ....... 33.42--..... ......... -------------502.92
S pw ayfor 5years-.-............. .................. 56.70...-- ..... .. .. 888.90
00 per ca for years.................1, 00............... 111.40---....---.- ........---- -- 1,67.40
The capital stock of the savings abk is $0,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$860,821.19
Your business with us will be held stritly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


(Patcal sp SeM)


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W.C LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. E. LEWIS, Vic.PRwMat.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER


THM ThUE DEMOCST:
joe e6. COLLINM. Febushar.
PUBLIUHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.

Can you tell me why? From the same
life one sips the elixir that forever
cheers; another, from that same life,
drinks gall that emfabitters it for always.
Can you tell why?-- ..--.Too many of
our strong young men are content to
sing in minor keys around barber shops,
or to accept the shiftless destiny of the
cigarette, hammock swinger.---Jasper
News.



is the stationery that your sweli
friends and neighbors are using.
It has the earmarks of refine-
ment and appeals to refined people.
It likewise bears the water-mark
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 shall be pleased
to show you samples


For Sale at the Capital City
Pharmacy.


Gead Of rs 1. 0. V.
The following are the newly elected
officers of the Grand Lodge, [. 0. 0. F.
which met in St. Petersburg last week.
J. W. White, Jaeksonville, G. M.; B.
C. Abernanthy, Orlando D. G. M.; G.
T. Self, Delad, G. W.; A. W. Cush.
man, Gainesvile, G. 8.; G. M. Bran-
ning West Palm Beach, G. T.; C. D.
Re6miart, Jacksonville, G. R.
The followG appointments were
made: Grand Ma 1all, J. W. Bland-
ng, Gainesville; grand herald J. L.
Rankin, Palatka; conductor, W. J. H.
Taylor Key West; guardian, E. Stu-
gart, bePuniak Springs. All officers
elected and appointed during this con-
vention were Installed.
The standing committee on creden-
tials as appointed were: W. A. Hole-
eouser, St. Petersburg; T. J. Ralph, St-
Augustine, and J. D. Rankin, Palatka.
Twelve special deputies were appoint-
ed for the twelve special sub-distriets
in Florida.
Relief free RheMatic Pals.
"I have suffered with rheumatism for
over two years," says Mr. Rollad Cur-
rie, a patrolman, of Key West, Fla.
"Sometimes it settled in my knees and
lamed me so I could hadly walk at oth-
er times it would be in my feet and
hands so4 was incapacitated for duty,
One night when I was in severe pain
and lame from it my wife went to the
drug store here and came back with a
bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm. I
was rubbed with it and found the pain
had nearly gone during the night. I
kept on using it for a little more than
two weeks and found that it drove the
rheumatism away. I have not had any
trouble from that disease for over three
months." For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co. _
Mrs. T. B. Byrd, of Tallahassee, a
very prominent resident of the Capital
City, will arrive to day and wil be the
charming guest of her sister, Mrs.
Powell, of 911 East Duval street. and
Mrs. Frank Groover, of 1115 East Third
street...... Mr. and Mrs. Telfair Stock-
ton are at home from a stay ofseveral
days at Tallahassee.... rs. Eaten
Whitner has removed from Tallahassee
to this city to reside.-Jacksonville
Metropolis, 29th.
"How frequently has a large hope
been elected on a small foundation."


Let all cpndldstes define their boli-
tions clearly, so that the people may be
perfectly famiilHar with their platforms.
.-Tallhahme True Democrat, We are
not sure brother Collins, but we believe
Mr. eacsham has gone further towards
making his position clear than any, but
-if not yet satisfled---give him time.
Orlando Democrat.
We.are satisfied with Mr. Beacham's
platform so far as it goes and of course
he has ample time to strengthen it
with amendments. There are others
to be heard from, however, as all the
gubernatorial timber has not yet been
brought to the mill.
CardI efPRheBumtlsm.
Mr. Wm. Henry, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
out of the muscles, so that it was use-
less for work," he says. "I applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel at night, and to my
relief I found that the pain gradually
left me aud the strength returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
peared and has not since returned." If
troubled with rheumatism try a few ap-
plications of Pain Balm. You are cer-
taln to be pleased with the relief which
it affords. For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co._
Fertllizers, Fertilizers!
Now is the time to send in your or-
ders for Fertilizer for
Tobacco,
Cotton,
Corn,
Sweet Potatoes,
Watermelons,
Sugar Cane, and
Vqetables of every kind.
See R. A. SHINE, Agent.
January 22, 1907-48-tf

SYRUP WANTED!
500 barrels of Florida and Georgia
Syrup. Must be put up in good, sound,
new cypress barrels. Address, or call
at L VY Baos.
Tallahanme
Fer Sale.
Young very high-grade Jersey ,eows.
Will be fresh shortly. Apply to
8-4t G. H. APTHo,'


THE HOUSEKKEIPRS' DUo
is a range that will roast meatikl
bake or otherwise cook any v4
and keep all piping hot until con" *,
time for serving. A good gas e
supplied with flowing fuel as fur
through our street mains, controll4by
a simple "twist of the wrist" I 6 r
kitchen meets every desire of thelmn-
bitious preparer of meals for the
hold. Ask all the questions you Uroe
us at this office, or of our rpha.J
tive. who will call at your home
postal or phone request.
The Capitol City Water IkF C4.


Electric Lights and Power,


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


To Put On Day Servi


as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing. Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish ainy
information desired. Give him your 'lders
and report to him any defective \ rvie.. 1'.
0. OX 47 2.


BOARD


GILMORE (b DAVIS CO., (Inc.)
HARDWARE.

DISK and CUTAWAY DISK HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS,
CORN SELLERS, COTTON PLANTERS.


JOHN DEER RIDING


CULTIVATOR.


CAST, STEEL and CHILLED PLOWS OF ALL SIZES.

SEE OUR LABOR SAVING NO. 2 HOOSIER COG DRIVE, END
GATE SEEDERS.

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


Our prices are right.


See us and be convinced.


OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light Plan
/


Fine Cotton Seed I W. D. Prator
-ft-W M lm I M.6- -.. N W- .. AA


At 1i Pr51 LUsaLL I
Cotton from the above Seed
sold last year at 121 cents per
pound, the same day that other
cotton sold at 91 cents, grown
fr C. E. radlepv


For sale by

VanBrunt & Demilly.


For Sale.
At a low price to a qaick buyer, one
of two lots; fine location.
6-2 W. [). WILsoN.
Toe Ret,
Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs.
SG. N Mowe, Virginia street. &-tf


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TALAIIAASSEE, FLA.

For Rent.
oniturtable t-roni cottage.
hen and buthl rmin within
s ef Lenm IHotel Rent, $16
Ihl Anpply tiG
HOWARD GAmNI


Fresh Cows tr Stl .
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S 128 CENTRAL BUILDING LOT

On May the 8th there will be sold in Havana, Florida, 128 beautiful resident lots. They must be sold; no reserve. They are put abso-
lutely at the mercy of the auctioneer's hammer. These lots are located in the heart of the city, they are the key to the building situa-
tion in this town, and without this property the growth would be checked. Therefore the Havana Land Co. has purchased and will.
unbridle the building situation and assist in making this little city one of the best in the south. We expect to see the population more
than doubled in 12 months. Private parties are daily trying to purchase these lots but NONE CAN BE BOUGHT AT ANY PRICE BEFORE









the day of the BlG AUCTION SALE. Havana is located on a through trunk line railroad, the (. F. & A., which makes all eastern and
water connections. Another railroad will go through this town in 90 days. Havana has about twenty business houses and several more
brick blocks are contracted for; new bank, good school, churches, etc. Havana is in the center of Gadsden County, which grows the fa-
mous Sumatra wrapper tobacco, which has no equal in the world, and the great demand for this tobacco cannot be supplied. There is a
large tobacco packing house here, and two more will be ready to handle the growing crop. This is undoubtedly the best' business section
in the United States, and more money to buy with. A fine farming section, and aside from that, the yield per acre on tobacco is from
$600.00 to $800.00. The capitalist north, east and west have their eyes centered on this section. Farm lands are readily selling for $50.
to $500.00 per acre owing to the improvements. You cannot afford to miss this sale. Put your money here and in 12 months you can get
two for one. If you are behind as to what we say about this town, read up on it, ask your neighbor, drummers, or any one who is
posted, then you will be on hand. .



S The greatest climate on earth just cold enough in winter to make you feel good. In summer you enjoy the gulf breeze. Only an hour's
run to the surf. Thirty minutes ride to the State Capitol, with luscious fruits and fresh vegetables all at your command. So come and
witness this sale of the most ideal building lots you ever saw. A good brass band to rest you when tired. Reduced rates on railroad from
all points. If not, will pay one-half the fare up to 100 miles to all purchasers of lots.
N TERMS. One-Third Cash, balance in fall, 8 per cent. interest. Deed made when payments are made. e
Ii We cordially invite ladies to attend our auction sale.,


iij L Ill u Phil'

W. C. BLACK, Manager.

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is THE STOME WITH A RECORD.

hek.a M. v*t A 8 Suft ier draws near, your wants
a w ep r for Hot Weather Goods will in-
I Khe .was,, crease. Here you will find Persian
B*tile wa ft r th Lawns, French Lawns, Lingrie Cloth,
F.e.l So w.. V is India Lawns, Madras, Dotted Swiss,
-,BaRT cL BROSa. Hairline Cloth, Fancy Waisting, White
D..rJ~V A*R Sin t* b and Brown Linen, Linen Lawn and
*th i week. Ownr

of THE ASH STORE. Colored Lawn. .
khw &vter, Mr. Hayward l
r PNarmlee, who has bmen a dwel- .
Scar~midst for msomem ths past,
S. sk* i n d tto her northern oar. A LL new and attractive patterns
a.. e i to report of her many Tadf-
t / that are sure to appeal to you if
Mr. Evans left for Atlanta,
..__..,_S_-t_ to o__- you see them, all are moderately priced.
w, am of ..W. -
Mr. N. wo hboat- THE STORE WITH A RECORD. Laces Embroideries
ea At is 1 isexpected to arrive aet home ,, -.. __
Whimen life seems dark and things go
w just nt yr many blIng
bath done.- loridaChristian Advocate.
.Mi Sadie Green left this morning
for Tallabasee to spend the summer. It is possible, and maybe very proba- TIEM L&ISLATURE. the Internal Improvement Investigat- hanm orla'a's Ce&, ota a
Mia Sadie will be nmeh missed from ble, the next governor ts now serving ing Committee was lost by a vote of 82 Diarrlm elleo Cl '
live eOk.--Live Oak Democrat. in one or the other branches of the le- Cendessd Uon of Most importantoA18.2session of this Theteis
Let all the hidrn who take part in islature, and his candidacy no dou t Ari 29th---TheT rei
Lthe ,,oall Paad meet at the kinder.t will be announced before the close of T was unimportant in both heau s. tat i relied upon with mo i.e
Srooms in the Leon Hotel annex, i the season, or soon thereafter. Now Both Houes of the Legislature ha number of bills were introduood in both onfidence thanChamberlaidn's
St n o'lock o to guessing who he maybe.-Talla- settleddown to hard, In fact, strenuous Lpuses of minor importance said nothe the rd of a enturin wl
.. .. afteroon at, 4 ooc._ ._ asaeeTrue democrat. There are so work since Friday of last week. The ing of importance came up for discus- has been in use, people -have
SSt. Ane Gid held another rum. angood men in the legislature that House has been fidaing two sessions a elon or passare hat it is one reey that neve
sale th week. Selin. old for the life of us we cantt even guess da this week, while the Senate has been Ap rf30th---Today was a busy day in that it iI one remedy thrt va
s eems toe aprofntable bus ess at the man you have in mind, Brother holding from wo to three hour sessions the ena both in the chamber and sweetned it is plea t to take.
a& ta ladienetted over a hundrgglCollins. Name him. Live Oak Demo- eah.&y. Among the important mess- before the committees. Senator Tram-bTlae easant to.
dollars profit from the two sales. erat. urea that may be mentioned are as fol- mell's franchii lll was up before the
110 children's "peanut hunt" given That we will do, just as soon as we lows: committee, and aYer a long discussion
Ithe ladies of the Guild last ftday are sure of our bearings, and are sure ln the Senate, Friday, April 25-BiU the opponents of. the measure theso C Ir amo his bTa luaose .
dtemo was a delightful oecasion for Mr. Humphries, to prevent the blil was reported unfavorable.f p1t4
I, ,po ple, a suy of a niceit we wibe able to "keep our foot on ale giving or brtng of whiskey t The prin l feature n the House a pleasant visit
t mf o treaty of the Guild, the treddle habitual drunkards. was the passage of Rpesentatve Hon. Ch. A. Ca returned
Mrs. J. S. Winthrop has returned Col. Ira J. Carter was among the In the House-The House spent a Long's bill reducing pa ssener rates Hon. Chac A
S t Chsattshooeble where she ha been prominent Floridians at the Capita ret portion of riday wrangling over 2; cents. from JckonviUe Wedady waere
a. .. Crt.on of Fridaymwrangling over 2 cents.fo Jknl he went to visit ol.,
4a visit to her daughter, Mrs. James this week. Mr. Watson's rimarybill. h went to visit Col. Rayned Ca
Sadolh. Hons. S. K. Caseaux and Wm. April th--The Senate met today and A good live advertisement in the True who he port asrapidWly In o
l. Arnomh who makes -lar Ro of Wakulla, havt been among immediately adjourned in observance of Democrat will help and increase health. He also report his npW,
S viss to Tallahassee the their allahasse friends, and Mr. Cas- Memorial Day. your business every week day, and John Hll, as vy sick w ty
l'ondy of each month, isMet-, eaux invites Tallahasseans to the Wa- The House however, did not observe make you feel better on Sunday. Try iold fever.
wt strand success in the treatment kulla picnic tomorrow. How we en- the holiday, t did some hard work. it, Mr. merchant. W, D, PrI mus Woee_.,
S eye troubles, nervous headaeles and joyed that occaalon last May. Rep. Knight, of Citrus, introduced Recent information from Tallahassee took fm a grave a eoflca Ieotaal
xwho went bill 822, creating a Bureauwof Immigra- would indicate that Attorney-General the body of a little girl, Mary
on.e o. mpl atons. wife and Arep-Deacon Weber, Tallahasee int to tion and appropriation of $15,000 per Ellis doesn't aspire to be the admins who was buried in the city metery
Hon. Geo. P. Raney, Jr., wife and Apalachicola from Tallahassee intended year for its maintainance, trationdcandidatepfortGovernor.tHis .une1876,orenthantthirt
child, are visiting home-folks and their to return toQ. this city Monday to ad- yer for Its ma tainance. tration candidate for Governor. His June 1876, more than thirt ears
bests of Talvlahassee friendsfor several d ress t. egislato t and also to preach aerial No. 7, b Rep. Kilgore, was admission to have framed the bill look- It was a metal coffin an In almost
hsts of Tallahassee friends for several dre t- 'egislat. and also to reach introduced, asking congress to make a in to the Investigation of the affairs as sound and condition as o the
Mayf great r y to t he disappointent of o Ch urch, b survey across the State for a ship ca- o the Internal Improvement Trustees day it was bured.
Hen. Dennette May, of Jeffersonour nal. would lead usto imainehe intended to Mr. John P. Roberts brought to th
couty, was in the city Wednesday, and people, he was summoned home by ill- By a vote of 20 to 28 the House re- "burn the bridge." Jacksonville Fo- office Tuesday a fine sampe of u
was heartily welcomed by his many ness. fused to send a committee to Lake City idian. g)wn wrapper tobacco, from tie farm
friends.J The Tallahassee correspondent of the to investigate the old Unieritvy pop- The large cowd who went to Monti- of Mr Miles H. Johnson and Mr. Me
Hen. John S. Beard, Senator from Times-Unioft, in an account of the re- erty .he lare crowd who went to Monti- of Mr Miles H. Johnson a
acuambia county, has, taken the old ception given last week by Governor April 27th.---'he S..nate held a short given thereby the ladies of theEpiscopal the bunch shows up ple y,
Call mansion in the "Love Grove. and Mrs. Broward, gave the following and busy session. Senator Zim intro- church, came back full of enthusiasmcp all things go well to the harvest,
ire tem : "Mrs. J. Cd .'ord R. Foster sang ded aill creating a Bureau of Labor Th e had a delightful trip heard delight nations are a cro of an xamt
and his family arrived this week to re-Life's Lullaby.' ..- Fster. gra- and Statistics. T rightful trip heard delight catons are a crop of an xeet
main for the rest of the session.lovely and awa generous with 162, b Alf ed ful music, and met a de rightful people. grade of shade and sun-grown tobae.b
The familyofRepresentative Edward er beautiful gift of dded to her wi the ladies of tby Senator Alford. reducing Monticello is noted for its whole- for Leon county this year. Seethesam-
Williams. of Jackson county, arrived laurels." ,cn. hearted, old-fashioned hospitality, and ple at our office.
this week d are stoppinir with him at Mrs. SB.ate, formrlcame up for its sc n reading, and an visitors there always. feel and acknowl- Dr. Armstrong, the well-known uJack.
Miss Nannie Gallie's on North Ada Mrs. S. B Carter formerly of Tal- effort w made to indefinitely postponege its charms. sonville Ealistinformsus
batomteriicsth slll.f Gohassee, who has been the charming 'the bill which was lost. er i hr, n vl yr ec n .
Marvin C. Mntoh, chief clerk in guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dobbin The Senate today in executive session Mrs. H. H. McCreary and Mrs Me- on his profess o"-' visit, which he will ,
the state educational department Holmes, of Riverside avenue, has com- confirmed the following appointments Kinstry, both prominent members of make here on Monday, May 6th. O
the s tate educational department at pleted her visit here with her sister, by he Governor : the Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C.., of will bring with him a large so-pp
Tallahassee was in the city on busin T es and is now at her new home at Pensa- J. Emmett Wolf., Judge of First Ju- Gainesvlile,will be the attractive guests artificial eyes and anyone in
yoetrday. He will leave forTalla has- cola, where her distinguished husband, dicial Circuit. of Mrs. Maria C. Drysdale, of 21 West optic should get supplied on this .
see today.- Pensacola Journal, 28th Judge Carter, is a member of theprom- Herbert S. Philli;,, State's Attorney Beaver street, during convention week. The Doctor makes no extra chala'W r
Read every page of this newspaper, inent law firm of Blount & Blount.- Sixth Judicial Circuit. Mrs Drysdale is chalrmin of the State the fitting and adjusting ofan aWl" p
...... "....Jacksonville Metropolis, J. Vining Harris. Solitor Criminal committee on the Confederate Soldiers' eye and with the larre stock he N l
SA Somehow we like the clean-cut an- Court of Record of Monroe court. home, one of the honorary presidents bring with him, he will be able to suit
IAS T ORA nouncement of the candidacy of General In theHouse~---.Hose bill No. 327 was of the Florida State Division, and suc- any ease that may come before his.
Albert W. Gilchrist for the'nextGover- introduced creating the county of Semi- ceeded Hrs. Hartridge as president in Anyone suffering with an form of eye
lheIbatsaMd Childm nor of Florida. There is no temportiz- nole out of the nor thern part of DeSoto the early daysof the arthaReidChap. trouble or nervous headache will do
n !n YN .y A. ing, dodgng or straddling about it. county. ter, U. D. C., of this city. In those well to see him on this trip 10
I YUN IbS AIwIJ He is adean good man and would make Representative ,tM Williams introdu-. days, the work was all new and very Jacksonville is having an interesting
San excellent Governor.-Jacksonville ced bill 881, extending the powers of uphill, and Mrs. Drysdale was a very session of the Daughters of the Con-
a the Floridinn. the Railroad Commission to include earnest and diligent executive officer, federacy this week.
3 1^Flridijnn...j...v ~-'.-.- telegraph lines. and very Impartial in all her dealings.- ....
a mature of Go to Collins for your job printing The resolution for public sessions of Jacksonville Metropolis. Reads the advertisements carefully. ,

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THIS TRUE DEMOc.AT.
smbo euOmX. roablbee.
MMUSHE EVER rva RIVAY ddNING.

norok" ha6 imw tio b te Ia46"uW -
jr, rlw n tho WOW gh It W OMc
Wb*W-8Wft nes lMAW- lbuu bimaders otoc
Is the lot whob e
With nothbng Is a widi him who shir,
BhAt wh kue s OW d aorvrhet
ilad the wsU th8t *.0ts tf Sde?


K-, l IdJ U wrlio ar i rUd h^Uflir .
M vwho a s wm 4 sbt i Ir t astrutie,
S An4 Soe pMt I.k dee Inm atistea',
rw 4c" thv oA r a .r mrn.
u WMml strotngI fom the fountain ol
N H N wrm d ashts on 'se e kIrnows that he
w u el td o o anM duaS ab to duat-
Ihe bravo non whe &L&o all soe.
| -Woma's Natonal Daily

Editor Trie Democrat:-Allow me
your newspaper to re. produce
S the folon timely special telegram
to the Phi Iphia Inquire, as now is
the te to ee to it that our own city
doe not take on to itself obligations
that will result in the same bitter ex
S perieee and it would seem thatwe are
now drifting oat in that direction:
A CmITz..
S Washington, D. C.. April 18th.-An
oi hr failure of municipal ownership is
S rerted from New Ber, N.C., where
ngements have just been eomplet.
S to n over th mmunilpal electric
Plant to a private oeotration.
i f a ear or two after the city had
a the plan which w 1W7,
*o w N ew BIe were bop-
jct should be plased on
Ssoona ve upthe deof it mak.
Z prayeod n that it
m re a somat atf-eop
t bad to theo.
: vie- 1dbred was un = sbtand w Q ith
the eueant breakdown, was most nM.
tB s w y, while the tax rate wa
emflrb mioesrId In orr to meet the
eletr H.gt deit, tl a
K |0totbea rhd where the taxpayers
M o odto the matter under
S e s men of the city by eon
S action, have forced ttiO We and
hth lasIeof maepal ownership and
onof thoe letric t h ad pow
tin Nw t Berm a~i.een .

uj,. mi ou tos tosampa formed for
JP* se |aosf.u usry are the
. b ve" e taxpn bfeosme.
ea ;l one v d or th failure


; M ee pull wf wth the
Than their lhdge
and thattisame
mI o t pro t which owld not oc.
S M, or would t ey be toleated, n a
-. lnt owned a vat corporatin.
if Tooe ks't
w eceed the frst time use Herbin and
S. will et instant relief The great-
S at liver regulator. A positive eure for
C eentetleon, DyspeePla, Malaria Chill*
i all Uver oompaints. Mr. -. of
Texas wrtes: "My wife has
s been-dnl Herbine for heerslf and
ehldren for five years. It Isa sure
S ure for constipation and malaria fever,
which is substantiated by what it has
done for my family. Sold by all drug-
gifta.
W. H. James left Sunday for Talla-
hassee. He is soon to commence the
S oetruetion of a naw mill near that
ple.-LCitru Chronicle
S Large eongrregtlona at the Metho-
W 1 aurch last Sabbath- both morn.
evening service. ermons were
and practical. The choir ren-
eautiful music, especially the
and doet.
'U-
o t lor and Junior Epworth
S WAI molmg were largely attend.
eUt Sunday. Mr. Foster Davis will
lead the Junor Lerue meeting Sun-
day afternoon-eubjeot Temperance.

if you suffer Rheumatosm or
1pain, for asakll 'd e ow Liniment will
Shrine quik rdef. It b a ur cure
forn i, t Rh Centruted
Musmels and all panlm-and with the
reach of all. prices 0e 11.00. C.
R Smith, Tmnam, Tma. write: I have
sed Ball'ards bow nimen t in my
hmily for years and have found it a
IlA nremedy for all paln and ahes. I
recommend it for pains In the chestt"
Sold by all druggit..
Joh V. IVarUus
The Norfolk, Va., pera announce
te. death of Mr. John arsnt, which
; erred In that city on April lth.
err. any our eTr ci no will
,.. Mr. harnt a yun man.
She ame to Talhas a Wo d
d wo a Ma lla Bull of Tallahasee'sa
aet betliful and MoMUplirhed gtrt.
ey har I both paed to t et
M -t mayofd e remennbe them
S sweet r eol etioa oa f their many
Wa dealred to pIbloh the proeedings
,O tko r end rau meetng of
^e e o t ohe we at et .ia
Sto re the note In ts e for th
will try to do b for the next. A
mr Important ordinance was pa-ed
ordered posted at the city hulllu.


SrfQIsor
W 7
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sorcomrr,
Editor Tr e
pleasure Senator K
tion to amend the d&t e a
as to prohibit the a-d- S

A fact remains a fact m ter
able. The fo t am
This reoa if it te in
the a t ill
be thewky l o
the reat o9
Afioho o ot ovils,
and the w knows sor equal.
It I wijT a great army of Amerl-
cn maho a the rays of a vertical
sun wilts a tender tomato plant.
It oeatrobt nine-tenth of the great
municipal corporations in the United
States.
No politic are good or lean that It
controls. No man who sells or drinks
it a a beverage is as good as he would
be f he dd not.
The sppression of the sale of liuor
a a beverage is more important tha
all the interstate commerce regulations
that may be had.
National and state laww wilD uppree
Its use as a beverage, th opinion of
some men to the contrary etwitutand-
he eyes of the rural districts are
upon the members of the legislature,,
and their votes upop thi resolout
will have todo with tbhr turn to the
house of lords two years baoe.
If this reolution passes both houses
and the amendment is voted upon by
the people it will be adopt.
Any man who vote for the ale of
liquor or writes article Isat defence
may not be guilty ofra.i a bribe,
but heis not above sIpklOa
Who doubts that there money up
to kill the lsiltion probiting the
sue of Hquor?
The men who dispee Uquor may
hive snderd kindnewe to aome peo-
ple, but the elhain of woe that it has
tastened about the neeks of the unfor-
tunates bs long enough to irdle the so-
ar system.
If all the victem of liquor were mar-
phalled in one grand parade the world
ould remble at Its manitude.
If Mallte good it ha don, a a bev-
age, was oralled in one lot-well you
raw the ootrast.
It the elution m ss, Uhen t the
o-etitutl be a mened; we w then
e constitutionally dry.
Then Florida will be, lly speak-
,og arn Mhher plan than any ether
tato In te Unio..,6
If this done a I hopit will be,
ad Congre ssaE the act forbidding
Me common eir to deliver lor n
Iry statesor eountles, we will be able
write '*Fons." X.
ke nd a e t Charmelalas' Ceudh
People everywhere take pleasure in
etifytg to the goodquauI of Cham-
rfins Cough remedy. Mrs. Edward
'hlpll of Baria Md., writes: I wish
o toe you that lean sromend Chai
mrlainYCour .e My lttle S rl
Catherlne, who is two years old, has
en taking this remedy whenever he
is had a cold aince he was two
months old. About a month ajo I oon*
rmeted a dreadful cold myIelf, but I
ook Chamberlin's Cough Remedy and
as soon a well as ever." This reme-
y is for ale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
WANTBD-8 ummer boarder; restful,
bdy place ; no mosquitoes; plenty
klen, milk, em, vegetable ; good
ooms; hIorse d Z hicOes. On main
ne 8. A. MuL. J. J. WIll.,
6-8m Lloyd, Fla.
"It is a pitiable pride, that of a man
'ho never was ahamed of himself."


$5,000


Reward
Will be paid to any person
who can find one atom of
opium, chloral, morphine,
cocaine, ether, chloroform,
heroin, alpha and beta eu-
caine, cannabis indica, or
chloral hydrate or any of
their derivatives, in any
of Dr. Miles' Remedies.
This applies to goods in
original packages, unop.
ened, and not tampered
with. Certain unscrupu-
lous persons are making
false statements about
these remedies.


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DUVA L HOTEL.


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Comimeralg April 1th a special rate of g
per day and 8 with Bath will be made for
the SUMMER MONTHS .....


Dr. B. Bouchene of Tobosumvfl
0, a phyreolan well know a te
sth, Is very enthusastle cyer ta
ood UIlv oil preparation VioL Be
my: "I have used Vipol f m1 y a .
ly and nl my general practte with
the most stisfaetory results t It
*zomdigly benefclal to theoo a8let.
*4 with brnchal or pulmmary die.
naw and to create strength."
The reason Vinol is to far supnror
to old fulhoned cod lver odand
emulsions, to because It Is a real aod
liver preparation from which as the
useless oil has been eliminated sad
tonlo Iron added.
We ask every eahk, thia. rua-
down, nervous and Ied peron ai
town, and all those ufseng fromn
chronto colds, coushb and wek h a ,
to try Vinol on our guarmate
Tadaham Drug ComaWy.


C. F. FLIPPER
SHOEMAKER
367 CLINTON ST.

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

BEST and


6HEAPES?
Can e bult fr les t an


Can be built for less than
16 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
SALES AGENT.
40-tf Centreville. Florida.

Jef. D. Perrell,

WHEEL WHRIIT ad BIACKSMIT.


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


A portion of the public
patueade Is s lted
a*d MatllfasetlUon dear
teed.
t-c

J.H HORTON

104 MASOMC BURIDMG.

Tinhig, Plumbing

Shet-Mtul Work

All work In the line of
Roofing, Gttring, Spout.
ing, and SbtmetMal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to pleas my pat-
rons. . . .



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THE


HOTEL


Dr. M. F. Gouriy Pro.


BREEZEBI

Talhhmussva~t.


LOCATED AT 644 MONROE ST., SOUTH.


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


Table SuppliM


KATES: $1 PER. DAY, $5 PER WEEK.


I lgadg, 25 Cost"


SPECIAL RATES TO MONTHLY BOADERS.
RULES AT HOTEL BwKtie
Eat plenty and sleep sound,
Pay your bills and take in the town.


SFTHE BUTLER HOUSE,
" *a Nemtefer w e Nmaoee* MImre.
~J Opposite the
State Capitol,


- FLORIDA.


SMrs. M. C. Butler,
Proprietor . .

Special Rates to Legilagres on
SApplication. .
!- -o Mao M *.bM;iW^^p,,,iWY~,~ tnrtWIM m ~ mI


1 Public Benefactor.
What .t-e Thomaevylle ehlropodlmt
Is bl' to eorreets
Soft Co Bunion, BInrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Peted
Odors and Perspirin Feet, Sprains andBruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.
Having suffersO greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free from
such pain, I me. c fully commed the Lentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Wt ,S~ rge o nro oeo fThomisvlle, Ga.-Maco Te h.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistofice, Maon,

BEAUTY DOeTOR.
Mrs George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Maae, Hair Drs-
ing, Dematotoy and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wavea speasgty.

A woman Onds Jt what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the mekdlbh
creates it. Evey amun can be beautiful within, and prim and comely wS
in head hands d feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails a unn
they effect the eyea-ight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every d is
of the foot- Twenty-fve cents a corn and it don't hurt a speek.


Dr. Robert E. Williams,
Surgeon Bhlropodlst Masseura,
"SAMAIRlA"


Telephone 8. 731 North Madison St.


THOMASV!1Js. QA.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. In. SCHOBAKR., Propr.
Under New Management.
EVERY THING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE 8,
GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SURVICR
OEPN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NO. ,

SAVE D!!!


50 pT et. @1 ywr sw "* by -b vg
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair or o o and ao. Ptrt Class Wort. nesalas ga
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a B tai People ar gttg their
awnd bnAd 6 ew oand are eslaig i snOWds. 4 eoorpoat shal Ifr alssty-slae
Srves wee Albaon,s., ha bln her fior, ol L
dssewer week. The have hd .mbine refine t
311.t MAfV=# 1p ditrw. ; b, ouh "the moon has%& ^bI iuati lo
SnoDet otan sto the old t .Ma thuN!1r0 a0 07 A!SLAwm -
ofSh, 5rme ssrA. uN g hIF0141 1wthe
mt evra o8. Pattern and G. E. Ms.c- snraod E U
wOrW, W nepr. ri of TallahaMo are at the hotel B~n.be a^- r uh
ettiatesdi for the benefit of the water. S R- itt 4.
bu Illem whie Mrs. Johnson and daughter of Blake- ob s brd f arte a
Stf fliWjand Iy, Ga., have bee inhe for three lMmIas after -e
Aiemd D oD i... weeks. Miss Jobna was one of the th da.. U se RWi
fimblabgngle with the 70od cgirl poisoned at the Cuthbrt Wa.
I-Ol w- n'tbc ei nnla oo~ honb oa*ajS9 _
ofeiern Iami desireto ^ just getting1 1 over N. 1 N i
a eMMetiM I with the Onrdr teoneenow.
arS lebecar De mrLo A. M. Wason and J. Lloyd of...
WiT 51114n S1 homuuivilie r ., G aw her for the fox T hleBut eart, .ei.n.eiw hae
SOddnuti They wat oant th.is morning m s ant at aMt l .hi ,sta.ek+W
Ie t it o esome a d one In minute --tu -
bnmant them tlawly and ithe hotel. They caught him To mm .subaesee totare to t foLowin
St Odd FPeIlowship *Bsd u I about three bour. after ammate uceea* t.w.*
I m be ned n, svh- L Iumhas ioldids plus to an itt.t she
back in the frontrii rrnd Albany, Ga. club, composed of about N. &Aun W.



wn--- t tote OFitFe brooms aboxt bildio the. property thi sue b aTO mff .O
a it ow e occupied t breth- lots save n ao Wa rr


il voted thect Vaiontlyuccesl d Atlntod urp te pt weekuo. la. lv.A two bats.
gs e ealsn Drderd tr th milouth ph t wise wf.


e vice deGreat credit is due to the Town Irm- a e o tmrd bar. D. rnt st tm
w Ik were conduct Wt taew rovement Aooia tion for the effort teir iS a h,




bo at Florida, her truits and truck- they amade to keep alive the old lntwpm,, to-wit$ Mepg Wl> an u.diUvrhd
rOi, the brethren an invited odbeautul e tm of the mw a ill d y *WiS a. s b:




B .t ev te t aw e tltu' fesivitie Ba, sear. unde tie as wat".s&"i^'
went to the FOd d Fe ronisbout $,000 omm te p rorty thie T. I s nTLAMt; i. wMS.
h ithe r, Oailding, Fl and r Ao. e le on4 ae m L L H.





"" l "'UStrted magne. Sub- rneto queens, princes, eve anfi :a!swe two t S!eSs to t.,n.
is: c 10cents. A 1pedal trial orer oe cee in true fataval spirit, their beaud.- J _w, .... e a eT; ,
ix month ur rved aor a very eostumer es being put facn the gromaku tnd .
spent in socialminircourse. for three new cottages. A number ofN kUtcLIhWS WdTC3
made to reade of the True birth lorat or buthem a ilding purposes have been Nseheror. AWHOMIT




votemhe takocca 10 The street esr celebration will be pats tht week. Nt O the etaote r-
S Jextuded P. W. White will leave May wi Prk, whe many generation, r ttf. r t sIte r T





l" M for Miami, where he goes to meet of many queen. have received their be,,g efer ( tflthw,,,,r a
hi daughter, Miss Rebeca Whitewho crown held gentle d way over their o nhw rh. eo




will bo~rtly return from a visit of e ev- toyal subjeets. wM quarter es. the swtwMt upw of mMl
t o and mot t o re ti ited by the ssoation to the fur- oft Art toi. a..reon 0
tlFmen. He is nearing hasi 87thay-.th verybod goItdoes the m young old Auond a t rlvt"4und l to .w1o
Sdy, ad in feelingro and appearances poue god to eartipaute in Innocent un, bouad ey a of u top e Ly eorth
Siss still young edb n eh ari nltuoes ne oatier ones moo toh e ,nu 5'oeY .
ame lovely home In this ity since 848 watch te ea o the y., inin o omltt o e o wt a the w lf of thmI Uthwt
t year.-Quinc y Time. oa eo s e sreto gater at the park at m the qeuartaf the rut -t rter o tion twan.




"eastern end of Park Avenue at 6 tr-s oro iown"hp aM ut. rMt~a* eMa-t;
S We haveoW hand a large vtock of fane cwisak, hS ea nawetfteno.oon. l Ate AL.uo.?
kts-adred 4-inh oorms and ceilw"; --- G..r.- f th.e .t.ofl M. s. Infant
almo 8 and 10 inch finished boards. The Rectal DIseae. l-M
P will leased you,. G .t your order Piles, Fistula and other rectal dis- tFer Sale. t




Swhle it elats Chili Broe. Lumber eases treated without pain or detention
Yardt. 9 rom business or leasure. No cutting, Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs,
A limited amount of second class 4- tying or cauteristing Correfsponaenc one sdjoini MrH. als hou. Ad-
S hild Bret. Lumber Yard. 9 nuincy. Fla, g-t i Orane, N. J. -t
5 mti n.. He isring his lthb26srt eeroy go.u osm wIaoeste a y fae oun a, T.g A o .i d S ra tot The western















THE FLORIDA MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION.
SIpecial Tallahassee Division.
h isstill oaung. He haslivedn theit holdunder the old "ersonsc oo tokin said section wLdn s t h8 1laceWd .rsal
ehvohdalgstkoe khifer h tte ,.."o*0north.
wiles wsrtll return yrom a visit of ur v loyal subrdersPiles, Fit qrr oo the etlteetlso of le
White bleides being one os Flomr ese tearved, the proceeds bing rppro ention Jail to s iw
Yar.t knwn and mot prominent citi- rmd by the association to the Tur- beautiullots atP0 ranac rn
Alism withe amontvecinderclass* rine rcaofterng. oodwork.ponteonin Mr H' ho en
Sorngaaveyloopi e asoltd'Dr..Phili Specal d tbs dane Bo d t o7 t higSteet,
0hy, and in feelings and alBr. ue adQiecyFlari in innocent run, bmd Oflg Rw N. J ur OW than -tf
S i still young. has ed in the d it does the ee dsioni













Swumbdal Tallahassee Division.


L. C. YAEGER, President.


Those. B. Byrd,


HOME.


Prof. AUTHUR WILLIAMS, Sec. & Treas.
- DIRECTORS. --


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


R. J. Evans,
Oscar VanBrunt.


SAFE.


A. A. Marphree,


v CHEAP.


From 15 to k, Class 1, 50..... Annual dues, $ .75 From 40 to 45, Class 5. $4.50... Annual does, l1.5
From 2 to Class 2, 8.00- ...Annual does. .7 From 46 to 50, Clas 5.00.....Annualdues, 1.0
froa to c, Clam 8.0... .Annualdues, 1.00 From 50 to 6S, Clas 1., 6.00-......Annual does, L
Nh 1u to 40, Clam 4, 4.00-.....Annualdues, 1.00 From 56 to 0, Clas 8, 7.00......Annual des, Lt10

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


division, when each member is assessed $1.15. A division is 1000 member aD
equal with $1000 of insurance each, with a fair, equal chance to help each othe4 at
t. You can get in now as charter member at cost.
S.ULiveagents wanted, address,

S'L. N. MILAM, Tallahasssee, Fla.


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Ws SONS CO.
Pis dlCtIRQIA.











ADAMINO INRY.
mad Spi~eiieaUoms Upon l22"IN


AS FTT AS ArCtMI
a woman can mS, Ih4 tf w Mw t
adornmse kheelf aiisb l ma ha
ome jewelry. I hval tlatesa
iCnes In chaimN SoWmaw, mh
plas as well as all ki is
atoem st in unique drlkr hW
al adornment or weddit g t.
P. T. NICIOLSON, t


A CN O WhM US.a e eM M

is what goes strat tg wl M
every n at break tl M,
one knows ttt only p
good eolMt We take "aweu
our badml atlh ey w I 6
store famous. Jswt a oal B ms
fee we mll are teas, wha
hod good thnM elMo t m urtmi
We sell nothing but the beat li
products-those we have -
slvs, and so can stead b m.
J. W. COCMs, OGreem


Happy Colors
You kaow that thlre ae colon whl .hO de *Ie w
dicate-t do you ever stop t k how peep e
made sad or glad E a of the olo
SYes now thaand fa owemr 1L O. t "a
the swanshine. Ahavt -ae m sew
own home, then-hy t let us show pyour bg


By haing yor waby

ow th Alabatino yot wll mbph
them more artito, moreidl
able, more sanitary, ad w
make your home amorebes
ful Dlace tolive in. LetsWadl


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Yaeger.OM EO.


Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM THE
TIMBER CART
MAN.
I build them under a
Guarantee,havebuilt
hundred and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florlda

ALEX WADDBLL,
BAKER.
Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.


and
J. W. COLLINS


& CO.


Subsribe to The True Democrat


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General eovemue S. .SI&
Am't paid to AprlU It. 10 7.... =LI


Am't PJi to April It, IT .
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An't Paid to April Is. I .


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Applaties for Discharge a Ise
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NoiLes. #I thsrt. yaazahsm
'1u'deae.e So theCSw5
esestyFIsr"d at TaliIab
eutrlzri of hot wll sad w ww ea o
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See John Collins fur Job Printig.


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utlful ILine of Hith OrFlde
Lace CIrtalns, prices range from $480
to $12.50 a pair. Ask to see them - '
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Porch


Shades.


prepare for the hot weather by havy
Ing 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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D.R.Cox Furniture Co.


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TANDAR Machines W
O[WING 6 Machines",


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VEHICLES


We Can Furnih
Anything fros a


Remember the Name, "STANDARD."


Our Agent is Going to Call on You.


Supplies for Any Machine
Always in Stock.


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

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


Kept


READY TO RUN.


BUGOY UMBRELLAS
and LAP DUSTERS


My assortment is
rivaled for variety


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Corner


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Clinton Streets
Tallhassme, Fi.


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