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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 10, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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nd" of iMe their e ren sad mMrs. Beards sAter, mow for th state. at having rece v- p ae many of our readers if they knew ferred to committee on consttiioall
v ia lrSaM. of POensas. Seator i all this money, todame In and at,- howlittle Interest is taken by a large amendments.
SeaNd m. leaed te famous eld Call tempt to take this beslams away from class of our cittzens in this most credi- Thirteen new bills were intrd*ee
hem end M wmi WOaeum o of them& WOW be doing a at wrng table kistitujion. Wake up Tallahas- and referred to the several commcttoaiL
.0b^ #p we" ^NOBmabe ON* of ,tbemo-I oons andl eoy yor privileges. CoSMMUA oa1 Outh PA.SS


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: aad W. I B W holilss ma sma ued by the
BvisHB 6 w laV This* . ooeOTe eeefnt of the ** r '. '. .. .P^S l"atrtm ceofth the^M sttea tor a tax of e- eggst
m a... ..... w w be a o y the under. up the gr
f i day of with the ab tre 4tria. an.. -B taking. to thea.
m w IA" the oha ? met, and the peoph of Florida are for threeand we i
Si. eene aleenably of h, .. . ikla to more n to get rid of of the m f measure.
^^"ilwBad ur oodaltaad Jrty and the pu.e o happlem, ;.. ..... sta.n lwS itthanthe people of South Carolina a vote of 17 to '
e o wil ijl oon a latituted _ta- men, : t Ur. ,N were the dispen Senator Crao, of
btith w a. vThinf at r just powes from the coStad of int 1A f the state a tha of 4
4t#rpsere the emr onset of the governed, and that nce .. Mr. aS will assist these home e aee with toht the
SAnd whenever any form of tovernme t s hallt an
Saftr Miatorie becom detructiv seo the ends it is with the outside t or will repealed the messt0r O
a toe asb le^ heIr, thre rht of the people to alter or M. Tibot w oven let them alone t matke a sion became a law.
t the werMo mton- ment. .. 1. 0 o. -tote will be be befted as their ftes after sus tan i ng
t1 t eo of sa edret, The Soulthern people have been un- -. s ....-.. ... .st aa will be invest o hemra The tate will al of ChSirmaa Ad1
r fothe boethern Patriot jurtly eritlcied and greti uly miarepre- L.w.zt.h ...... Mr. Dmon receive the benefit of th improve t baeont on
Sith the trb and nted as to their position o e iora n O.. the taxes these invesftaents ad th t a seriosat t
t i"u le. and slavary. We have been called rebels NAM. RMeonDc. provements produce and the eireulton House, Ma .-A moale to
t T e er- andtraton. of them we to be led into hat Mtrw. T n of the money without hav to happro nil pee the. Cs bn0 -
So the Contfeeray, the belief that the northern s le are Ait .thy i L pri te ouine dolla oof the tpersw' ent ab edat trm
tov plein gdeed to to ht thew be to ar ora our trne t and Butleer on ve unds to produce thee result. The a ioa heavy vote.
S i dautr of Colonel butthere a et men who have the M throw bad management There is went through the H o
bravesd of kino ni ThedSuthen o people havebeenaun- d.a.aer.wl will be inverted ikoos. Ts Bya ot wil f&I of C3 3,





T a W. Breard, whowa noto on- odenee of the northern peopleand crk. Mn.tn such a thing as over doing any business, debate, and wa certled tot
Sthe bravet and moat gallant who fillc the most enxlted ioition in ; Cobb .. ... . sBut D Houn reeven the insurance business. House bill No. 187, by Mr
S the 8oSth, but the moat the United Statei government today, .. wfos mu. Narl t Let these itant home companies Alachus, author
il d el t orut Florda ha who continue to assert that Jefferson e ** wy lwone, and they will eome strong and surplus money in their m
0, s'o a it i u eilly plea-e Davin was a traitor. I have been taught : oee m .. T.Lan better able to comnet witthe ootaide ure fund or owt tther d of iar
ors. be Mrs.rubb rn




to to have bee ented to by histo that the ol traitor who r e companies, to kep much money at Mr. Carter withdrew t for
' h .y Ithe grand*oo of Co George T. ever live in this repubce, from the be- _Pe .. ... u5 em home for the beneft of everybody, of subetituting senate Mbl No..
IF dWIboS untimely death, at the ring until the present day, was ,. he .. Tramum without creating a political maehne, Mr. Crill, ft company
the Second Florida egiment Ben ct Arnold; and Benedict Arnold .. r masking an advance toward Sotialim or whih was t und r
t n not only deprive the was bor n i Connecticut n New Eng ioons, Mr a t he appropriating the taxpayers' morne.Bto rules. .
gallant and brave soldier land. Benedict Arnold, holing a comr- : r Tt Lu engage in a business which may be a House bill No. 9, by Mr.
bt dof one of her wisest and mission in the yContinental army, vthold .. ------- --- lure. Santa ROaa- mpo 5
C tnt army, sold ..hing~ Buo~ n kSanta Roa--oompesa _w tluof
maat far-seeing statesmen. We come out to the British authorities for gold, ClakM.r T ogsuhat in dgtor aad oavt do atate dutoes =
h by the gornor and state off- and attempted to surrender the fort o; non M Nannt out. in rrn inam. mittee on inaell and taxrate
,l;' Mad, through the courtesy of the and men under his command to the -. .T. n '' Another vacancy has occurred in the a substitute which was
laulala meet in their legislative enemy; but Jefferson Davis first sur . k.. m mo roll call of Lamar Camp, No. 161 Con. the original bill went to theec ,
i a iIo a opo rendered ias trust and designed his ait. of Citrghu wotth Tram=mir. federate Veterano man ewe are again re- committee.
Thtois a day of memories, proud, seat in the United States Senate, and .. or co..mbi. Mrs. R. x, nbl.e minded that death is a path that we all Houae bil No. SOM, by Mr. Ird t a, memori. I come to speak today returned to hi t statthe e tt olr ..rto Mi.. Nante rAts o must tread. Citrus, ixing salaries w it
not of the so-ealled New South, but of right of this people upon the honorable .... .. J. T. Dorn Capt. Council A. Bryan paused away officers; committee aN
the Old Seuth, not of the reconstructed field of battle. This course of conduct .. texe u, s .iu "' on April 11th, 1907. He had so lived salaries of seetare oft at
th, bt of the South in disunion I shows the difference between the trait- ewa T that when the great summons came, trolley, pra
se am st amindf/l that in this audience or and the patriot. heuen Mr. Duy he was ready to join the innumerable strueton, Atternyni i
th re thoae who, while they honor I have here an address delivered to .. . k lg caravan with an unfaltering trust, and eommlsMhih s ed ir ai

S th ameitie of the occasion from ville, Indiana, on Decoration sy, May N"w En- ls Capt Bryan was 77 years of age, eral 8,00.
I rif plainly and boldly of our 30, 1905 and from it I.propo e to prove ** o u Nannt having been born at Holmh' Valley on Committe su l N. with. i
ea We harbor no ill will to the to you that secession and slavery hadd north Tmml January 17, 1830. ments sent to
Soo soldier and his worthy son, their birth in New England. I shall S At the ae of nineteen, he finished A number of other
and we welc ethem too. Let me ay proceed to tell you what he said to the don Butter Hom his education at Cokesbury College, vaced to thirdreaditag der
to them that we preciate the ag- veterans of the union army, and surely : Butler o South Carolina, and returned to Flori- gender and house bill o.
u propo of President McKi- no one can complain of the facts that .. tr.w Mr. da, settling in Tallahassee, where for Wartman, validating warrant
y to have the United Statee govern- he relates. aster Mr,. uail several years he was the support of his for building and equiping Mal
mnt care for the graves of our sole- Thomas Jefferson's election to the ; thbourr BunterHou widowed mother ty court house, was passed un
die, and the return, by the general presidency in the year 1800, was re- . Dideerr M ug lr In 1866 he was made clerk of the ir- er of the rules. *
government, after so long a time, of guarded by the eop e of New England 4ull ,,nfon cuit court of Leun county. No evidence. House bill 203, by Mr. Rib
our eptured battle flag just as Lincoln s election was by the Smith Mi What D is needed of the iciency of this popu- making 3 cents the maximum
a, better -te than never. T'w.s a tardy xt of people of the South, sixty years later: -Bu ..r H,, lar officer, when it is recalled that he rate, passed to its third reading. "
e namely, as a sufficient cause for saece- Thopon Mrs h.e atb fi lled that responsible position, for near- House bill 216, by Mr. Smith of
at t the old flas home s in to nd a rest son Governor Walcott of Connecti- W.rtmwn iiTw.hainHotih ly half a century. for preservation of fish and fa i
"Batld Mnar' leftha r w or u who oe m cut said: "I sincerely declare that 1 Watn. The n In 1868 he weas married to Mr.. or- appointment of State and
wered r, t .wish the northern states wouldseparate ** wiha. of Gui.n. Butler Hous nehla Archer Screvei, and for forty- adens, was indefinitely postpon
~.~ weaant ne tha t o for f thisathre hee Miy st e wn r:a:9:nthe memoryi c;y ;7 y;7lear.,
t dmu. Evans- A Noor. mntti wGmJloy "Uk* o, who draw* the draperyof hi coach 11,











T l st* in the 8ttte from the Southern the moment Jeffer- wl., of ivy tewart l Awis eight years, they traveled together the afternoon session, and number o
I e isJltes ofu the cirvonr son is elected," i. n path of life, rested and honored by passed informally Ibecasse taBhea
John Quincy Adams published a state. w H nerna.d, "itsn Argyle allb who knew them. were ab on C ntte com mitee wi k
T o slh s of iee andd worthy s mentover his own signature saying Wns on. of e s Miss i s Smith'. Capt. Bryan served through the great placed on third reading.
w an lo. .that in the winter of 1803 a plot was o e' '-' -Be.... civil war as Captain of Company C. Senate May 6--Hon. J. B. JoiisM.n
Wh m he thirteen conie declared formed to separate the Union. He Opera Bosee Tueday, 4th Fifth Florida (Lamar's) Reiment Per- Senatr eleterd to llunexpired tebis 6
their l ndem ppence of Great rittian, say c "the plan was so far matured The splendid amatuer company. of ry's Brigade, Andersons Division, Hon J. R. Newton, deceased, wia
th styethemselves states, an v- that a propoal had been made toan in. Mont o, which et with such grand Longstreet's Army Corps He was ent and having frtflate of
entered into a nrm league of dividual to permit himself, at the prop success under the direction and man- a brave, chivalric and noble officer, and took the oath of ofce and ented p-
fremaMp with each other for their or time, to be placed at the head of gmeuntof Miss Marie Evans April 2. when he laid down his sword at the on his duties as Senator.
coeron eense.n le formation of military movements, which, it wa fore and 27 at Monticello, will appar at command of the confederate authori- Under the introduction of bills ad
tuat compact, each state, by a istinct seen, would be necessary to carry the Munroe' Opera House, Tuesday even- ties, he was a gin oon honored with resolutions fourteen new measures
arUcleof agreement retane ov- project into successful execution." He ing, May 14th, 1m7. It will be a treat the clerkship of the Leon county circuit were introduced.
elIgnty, freedom and ndep enTce. says further; "That the separation of and a crowded house should greet them. court, which he held until his health Measasge from the house were then
prem t onsttn if e the Union was openly stimulated in thHe -p - Hou .--d compelled him to resign. taken up and acted upon, as were also
Itmteswas framed b delegate elected public prints, and a convention of dele- Te ExWost Art. Capt. Bryan was possessed of a no- rep rt from the committees
y ea o the sever t e gates of the New England state to Nothing that h appeared in reent ble and generous heart. None could The prldt announced th a
solton of Conress which reckoned meet at New Haven, was intended and years that has at traced as much favor- know him but to admire The hum- of enrolled et a follows: E
svereignt of the several states. pr o .." able attention an'i happy comment as blest, when once looking into his be- and enalargi limits and pow:ro
west ie o"o. governor lumer of New Hamshire the Wries of Helderman paintings of ign countenance, could intuitively see Archer, prohibiting the killing of deaL
tak t cause o the tiles o te distinctly affirms that in 1805 the pur- the historic Jamestown Exposition at the friend to humanity. He was a turkey, quaile, squirrels and other
efeadeacy, which provided i explicit poses of certain leading New England- Norfolk. Life-like color reproductions warm friend of every Veteran, and his in Wakulla by non residents: Leg
s that eah sta rei o er whose inc ames he ive, "wa tao o ts painting on p r, s heart went out in generous amistance ing and valatin warrant
eOs rrto ndo oDixesnd. Ond r seot dissolve the Union" tu 10x16, are hein I given with mthe Nw the widows of.tee who fell in a commissioners ofMtunro county, td
i oi.esison some hi w felt When a bill ws offered in Congress York Sunda aorll Get next Sun- cause tney loved so well. were ordered returned to jolae. t ea
ths teswh en cloe declared in 1811, to admit Louisiana to th Un day's Wor The picture i worth The members of Lamar Campof Con- tee on enrolled bi ls tobe con ad to
to eir ithe co tietio, l it this omn, ion, Josiah Quincy, one of the mt dis- fr indg c federate Veterans, join with our entire the Governor for his approval. r
al a themslvsrate and sv- thainihd propo Masd beachue tt eve. to ..ntilo. hic et with such and people to keep green the memory of from committee on enrolled tls
lamIoul td e ehinto a drm cple of nridued, uls ed this lan thga e ron .- th rn wit a wron one whose sak n thdust has love for reported a number of bills for approval
the veachtof there or t hei and oor, to be paced am comhe lld to hi coat, sayo thse Georgan It all. his sword by the Governor.
athey toe stisn d lomaon declare a my deliberate ohici that how thd at he w commae fm a e confederate author- Uder the committee to vift and in
Sm ts wee added to the bondstinttise this bill (to a dmit Louitaa)bpe s bomra" We milrht add. God bless the Another orgamsation our city, wiel tpeeto State Intitute ad schls
phleM wyend any doubt t re rva they bonds ofthe Union arevirtuall di'" mia with a hair on the shoulder of his serving the hearty support of t e states a f a their over n ed: that the state which co e t ows that his happy wife c iens is the Woman's ,Club. They At mdetn t d.)
rigtot re mly deleg d to tnhe i are thereby freed from their moral o la reclined her dality head there have been an aple second to the T I. A. house, 6th First business introduce c
itpr State e ion obligatotios, stand that, a t will bo te U~ just he left that happy home and are doing a od work. tion of resolut in, No. 7n, by Mr
Senafter the rmatie of this gov ri t of all, so it will be the d ofwith a wer on his coat. (Provde, of Just now the lb is interested a Knight of Columbia, which wa opt
b ot the a tatesM uade ok some, to repre definitely forathe. course, that the hair i of the right col- havi the "Mikado played here, by ed provide fortwo seeasd e a 4a
ri t u t maonlr versmchr.ogn ration, amanably i we canH fo iorn)American Timeseorder. the Mouticello artists who rect.he No. 4 e ly r. tranoee whrih was no
tto y f pltsels by If we must." -'... made such a grand succeMs of thfr gre to, that all speehes shall be
S rdums se amme Se.as a po Governor Plumer quotes James Hill ee seraBc empeate. presentation o this old-time favorite in mited to ve minute.
S totsmfr hmoutasri ad oeS, United StateeSenator from Co. "A Floridian," in the People's Fo. our sister cty. Let Tallahaseeans A message from the Governor was
*erIest. thpey i--E nestieut, saying : "The eastern states rm of the Times Uanion, ays: com their doo r wide and put into prae read, relating to the importance of n-
,a aglaten against the mast and wll issolve the Union ad In behalf of nearly one thousand tce the gentle race of hospitality, forcing ame laws. (See message in
L e shl Iperyf An'., form a separate government of their stockholders of the several home insur. theregb making t possibleftor our pot Journal. Concurrent resolution, No.
th e tee albtil n 1. th es' w i th i own, and the y ooner they do it, the bet- oaee companies of this state, we wish pie to have the treat desired for them. 27. was produced by Mr. Doke, rela.
Ma i m w Provided inexpit* tr to ell to the attention of the senators The Libra Association has had a tive to Interstate Commerce commie-
r a M slt te e the ti "Again, when Congress deeai d war as d tos vetatve the great injustice handsome ar walk laid in front of the sloAs taking aciotion to eablish earlad
./vjm--* .-re.m.m- again t 4Geat Brittain in 1812 the et- It wothe be for the state to o Into the library building, thereby greatly im- rates on fruits and products from lead-*
o.i ea n m* a states troee in rebellion. noMt agaist IinaaseM busines- Each of heae com- roving the appearance of the place ing ports to markets, was read and
a t wheUnth w edycS a e caom sam r t Pa. nia hoalve paid the spto t large price It has alo secured a number of new went over under rules.
Seisted btweea or thr charters state lenes an books of a high class, which the public House joint resolution by Mr. Ma
..Senator Jo' 8. .Beard has bteem jon- atg llens for thein rlea agents for is cordially invited to read-after pay. Williams, proposing an amendment to
f tserished a m lts op edat the depital b Mrs. Bsn o nd the privilege of doai bisinales; and, ing fora sbeeription. It would sur. Article 6. relative to iudieiarv. waa r
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The bil for the division of Dade
asuty passed th Senate Wednesday
by avote of s0 to 11.
The bill to divide Hillsborough county
pasmd the ouse of Representatives
by a vote of 2 to 21.
TMis issue contains Judge Charles B.
ftrhkl''s memorial addresin full. It
S0lu"Setive and Interesting.
the Palatka Times Herald rises to
remark that "the Trammell franchise
MIl ha caused considerable talk, if
uothitg else.
.The Mulberry Times, Polk county,
Vol. L, No. 1.. a bright new weekly
i b em ear exchange table, and we wish
a long life and the fullest uMeeeUa.
The Atlanta Journal says: A candi-
*t. for governor in Florida has an
-amsed that nobody asked him to run.
The tige is so refreshing that he is
ab' e to be arrested.
Senator Beard' proposed fourteenth
S diranchise amendment, which has
, be so generally discussed and con-
damned, was defeated by a vote in the
No w Bam of Representatives Wednesday
afternoon, of 47 to 14.
1'Thi.ng may come to him who
waits" and hangs on for, that is if he
keep persisting in digging after busl-
a M, but the loafing, lazy waiting be-
Ig cannot expect the world to give
* d ite idle living he must think the
wod owes him.
Cougreesman Lamar and Solicitor Ke-
SIeh. will both speak at the Ferry Pass
Splae In Escambla county tomorrow,
S'ad thi will probably be reckoned as
4 the beginning at the campaign in this
l4etr, though it is not likely that
dthr ofthem will make a political
4peo e---DoFunlak Breeze, 8th.
Park Trammell's scheme to tax all
frenchlisemight be a good thing for
those states which do not need capital
1 r investment. It would be a serious
proposition for Florida.- Fernandina
SReornd It's gone alilmering, so let's
S forget that Senator Trammell ever
played.. it.
S The present session of the legislature
at Tallahassee is a great opportunity
for platform makers. Nearly half of
S ha members up there are running for
mse N office, or will be a candidate In
the next primary, and they intend mak-
Sf a platform as fire-eating corpora.
.: ti Ighters, with the hope of fooling
t' people. Live Oak Demacrat.
If the two United States Court judg-
* InFlorida continue to enjoin the
Nard at trustees of the Internal Im-
pvemeUt Fund, It will require a memo.
.ladum book to toll just where the board
, is at, or what It ian or cannot do. The
Stnte do nota0emto he In favor
Sith people or courts in their desire.
S-JacksonMvile Metropolls.
F T' T question of moving the capitol
; eM Tallahaase will undoubtedly come
up before this aon of the legislature
is Ivewr. The Idependent wants to be
a i d on this question: Lot the capitol
S mi l where It is. Tallahasme may
| a lte out of the way to get at, but
S4 's thewayofallgoodthlngs. Itls
a beaat.il city and refreshing In Its
S.-Bt Petersburg Inde-

h[. Myers Brase: "We notice that
e m -ame the smat hard working mem-
e iof tSehe q.a repre entatives a
oeo found a nmpayar man. The
'/ t lMUi tRD* tatve H. A. B.
t the H tea Times-Her.
r sif M aM d prove a c credit to hiscoun-
g by tbe Intradmotson of some good
1*e, eates Joe Hmphries, of the
eXt.bimwm Journal, is one of the
, r MMpl gis lators who haa proven
I bi a aumoee and a powerw. Senator


..phisaa he. asho prove to be a
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"watch he grow." I
Thi Legislative vineyard is fast I
growing towaldm a eOlaee of the se*asoan.
and "what wi the harvest be" for the i
general Interests o the people ? T
Has anyone yet disovered these a
wings sprouting ft the houldrs of
the Mighty. Tre. there are aay
ood m among our public Ma, but
Is there a g'ml s angel *ameni thebm.
Hona. W. I Carter, editor atf the
Metropois, Jasaevllt*, speat a sBart |
whie at the Caital Tueaday ad Wed. I
eqday of this wek and made ha
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rintng some nsmma, goed edatorial ^-"- w. +
mnttw, views Ge Bedimrd'ial I Is estimated that them ar 0-i
batr riew 000smosowa Mde eM eI in the United States em-
,ry A m m- nt age. aThea m
asen do the ate mAre go them i tto mser e en.
O51 the podisima who ever lved or4
i. While tha wmenlal doslsesse v e Ws.
met thing posima l atseomm give
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. th ttvesat Hi aa iws were f,
a editor and pgpefame ow oTrue
Demoert wla e of the ato apple
and eat, so that the ommitt mTught
day MaW aOd wa" atelatedasto
wasummon them as witnverl rtiles wh
have ahie d poin its of the a from ti
town, of ourtlsin t phe roMedtar bof
thmade wit. Hout any tters weat publity
Oad spometson, amindg wed al oiter
ulativad givhaing the r. In of others
whoe knowldgny the of the several trm-
acationas he htics aedwas more intimate
and eolt, so that the committee might
ummon th prt of a witn rus. s, but
Threa his pobeli of n th examination
wof as of couro the reet remarkable
alert of public land and oserite pris-m,
made without any attempt at pubgoverning
or competition, and followed almosthe
immediately by rea als by the fort.
nate purchase, that enormously ade by
vaned pri T., thus evidencing their
speculative character. In giving his
te ratimony the editor of seph JenTrue Dem-
ocinrst, anc of sre alwaynd ill-done in thee

sales of will or delland to those dibonety
on the benepart of whicany of thotruld haves, beeut
reaffirmed hi bel interest of the accuationd
of abuse of power, waiting of the pro-
perty of the trusteesand obstinate mis-
interpretation of the laws governing
their tranhese chactions. Among othe Tru, he
cited the case of the Baro sale at 80
cent pr acre, that of ly and sinc made bye-
Arthur T. Williamb, and that oft the
more recent e to Joeph Jennng ato the
Instance of secret and ill-considered
alea of pubiciaries of land to those who l-
most immediately resold at high prices,
the obenesty but- of which should have been
secured in the interest of the State wand
peopleby the trustee laws enacted for
In making those charges, the True
Democrat, honestly and sincerely be-
lieved, and tillhe tlirusteves, that the trus-y
teeo were recreant to their duty to the
benefor taking aan of the trust- of the people of
the State-and were thereforeguilty ---
not of any personal or individual dis-
honesty, but-of a breach of the trust ex
repo aned in them by the people who
elected them and the laws enacted for
their government. And no reflection is
made, or Intended to be made, against
or upon those who purchased public
land from the trustee at riduch touly
low prices. They were not to blame
for taking advantage of the opportu-heir
nillty ow offered by the truppy as tees an exclu-
sive and special advantage not open to
the public at large
muAPch V. brUhter forAPPN. How often
If people would spend an much time
trying to Invent mean to make their
fellow would ffe anr happy all they do in
trying to manufacture somus, we oughto
make thank heveunhappy, lifewould be
much brighter for them. IHow often
do we, perhaps through carefulness,
cast a shadow on our nearest and dearest
est friend, or perhaps one who other,
while would be, and how mall a thing it
is to treat people courtous, we ought I




to thappink haven that people are to the fondI
Creflatorte and sustinlmer of ItourIvs to

whlOVe on the another" as hand, t mhas eo- I
mended m time do. a to
it God'I ry tor and if wttle suwi not



into the lve. of those around you and 6
o if lif ias not more worth living than t
It was o itar.
Apalachleols justly reojoiees over the
completion of her railroad and the run-'
ning of taasi into that city. Now


his I Amt --mw
be h d irnd from
Mpro Lf imm t'ratP ped4 in 0V1les 10"
He saids hbe h s 5 semd AI dUilh to u aw t ear pretl h0 mep

oa em e&nt European porite to b esad a oitm obthe t aris l o fte msemg _t--
vamhpou at tt a others g h- u an I kpt a of riot pabner WeSdeA'td o ue1a'1 60Ws
Vfi aGlesport of call. 1o iat Nold tup your toprat e o a I to s an*- OtNW

whelaie destrambof immigrant.to ibe tand to t py bi;Yo private ehmdt toat these bottles
.a i y lehMaen of oeadystartd O o asi sotan ith whxpo your th t vi onit iO to me
ar eal thia e it was his, theatenrto o do. But whom n you pha ro far thaad mlragy not re"n
apphoitat athe at Hamburg,e above a td ebeof the er re, perses of yor the L isn etat'ea; fwr aa ,
Via, laaeow and otherport to h i fGeteart. No. all that is your private or paity's ask, w -1 t 1grS
eo00rag0e popurableaimmigras so ar bia andt anot the publiore's; hof e t of Stateof tnd bo t M, Ms
Can any datisn of Florida whe les is something with whiah the pubilk has AMU"tien a yew town. aah
natural inatflat ce and the welfhfeof 0othin2to do. But when you perform that they =ay ot ret91I to i
his stato at heart, read the above o and t before the public, perform or the LegiA tere ; fmr t & A'
not pause to think? If Georgia, with fog to perform your public duty, do A. and we are tryingo % ft, I
some 2,400,000 population, iso ear- thing that affet the morals of the pub- of Stat andWIouN!000 ,to kw
needyy and eagerly putting forth her lie r bears upon any of the interests of
energies to gain new sttlers, what society; when you take a position or Miss w,
should be the attitude of florida la this fail to take one on a public question, or wMis.WaM
respect? The two states are of sub when you in any way project yourself after la
stantlally the same area. If anything, the legitimate field of newspaper ef- muate elaus wu l
Florida has a few more square miles of forts-then we have a perfect right- annual af*,fair I
territory than Georgia; yet she can May it is our solemn duty-to give you great ad the
boast of only one-fourth the number of the attention you merit. This we shall well as b their
people. Who may doubt that Georga do in a manner entirely free from prej- approedaitv audle e...
is In many ways what her wide-awake udice, and with as few personal refer- i lo a osr of
citizens claims she is, "The empire state o 1" the case wlU admit.-Santa lp lot byodf t e os
of the South?" Have not ber eonas RoM ,a. ments and games for theyoung mrmn a
proven their capacity as earnest d i Deat of Mr. R. .1 Myers. bers of the claus.
pions of her interests and enorgete up. Edward Howell Myers, familiarly om .
builders of her industries, potena ay known as Za M years, ded 1. "March in G," IL i
heart failure Frkiay evening, at the op. 188. Four Hand: JeomSW -
wealth ? Does not the great and gtrow home of his brother, Hon. Fred T. My- man, Miss Whitfid.
ing city of Atlanta, once laid waste by ers. Although Mr. Myers had been in 2. "A Little Story Theodore O .
Sharman's merciless army, testify to failing health for a long time, his death teen, op. Eliabeth Parkhll.
the tact that they have worked aright? w an unexpected 3 "Buttrfliesa" Wilhelma ink, op.
A a not the vast act e Edward Howell Myers was the eldest 179., Muriel Roe.
And are not the vast activities of the son of the late Selim Myers and his 4. "Sunaet." Nocturn, Edwad M.
state in many branches of mantseature wife, Aurells. He was born in Talls- Read, Mary Robertson.
and successful agriculture endeavor basso, August 3, 1846, and was edu- 5. Pas Redouble L. Streabbo, op.
further proof that the men behind L fcated at the West Florida semary. 100,Six Handse: R th DyIr, BUr
t At the age f 17, he enlisted inmDyke s ParkhIll Muriel Rose.
them understand what they have been battery and served in that commandun- 6. ",apricette," Nathaniel Hyatt,
about. til the close of the civil war. During op 9, Mary Hay.
People are what Florida needs more the greaterpart of his life he was en- f. "Entr* Acte Roeomand, PFrar
than anything in all this world, to doe- edin the mercantile business in Schubert op. 36, Lillias Colli.,
velop her lterets. She must mm- he Retiring from that busi- "Melo my in C." for two
velop her lntere ..he must immi- now he became a clerk in the comp- Gurlet, 1st piano, Frank Wideman;W
tate the example of her sister state troller's office, a position he has held piano, Miss Whitfleld.
and "go out after them." She must for the last tea or twelve years. 9. "Robids Greeting," J. 8. Feans,
spend money and brains and physical i marked characteristics were a George Dmll.
bright, quick intellect, and a gentle and 10. ,The vesper Hour,p dmu,
energy to got them. kindly disposition. He was gifted with Parlow, on. 00 Marie Ellis.
The representative of the people, a quaint and genial humor which made 11. "Revere," H. Engelmann, op.
sworn to act for the good of the state, him a favorite with those who knew 100, Franees Papy.
himmwell. 12. "Bolero" six handsL Sta
have before them immigration law he neral was held from Trinity bog, 100 k a Dyer, rannkW
and all the forces of the state should Methodist church this afternoon at four man, 'ia"s htfield.
combine to see that the law is duly o'clock and was largely attended. 18. "Dorothy" Old English Deane,
passed-not lost in the swamp of sel- W. D. Pratorious had charge of the Semour Smith, Barbara Parkhll.
fish politics. It stands out pr-em- urial arrangements and the interment 15. "Romance," J. Rummell, Mrs.
k place inthe city ceomtery. 'he Fairbank.
Intently as the most important measure pall bearers were W. V. Knott, Geo. 16. "Love's Pleading," Floaease
now in the hands of our legislators. Lwis, John S.Winthrop, Edwin Barnes, Kinkle, Mrs. Durst.
It's passage would mean the beginning Geo. P. Raney, D. B. Meginniss, T. H. 16. "Tarantelle," Stephen Holler,
of anewera in the state of Florid andolph, John McDouga. Eva Dyer.
of.a now era in the stateofFlorida;,....17 ,Chacone,," for two pianos, Aug.
an ers marked in its commencement by Died -Mr. a Jt. 5 ore. DurandD, o. et-lsto o, Eva*Dye
the creation of new constructive forces At Tallahassee Florida, 5th month,, 2d piano, Miss Whitfield.
and which in its final consummation 4th, 1907, after a lingering illness,
hould om l even th ta of GorMary Bacon 1pwife of IsaacI Read every page of this newspaper.
shouldd compel even the s.tat.e of Geor- Morgan, formly oPh ladelphia, Pa.,
gia to lower her proud banner incribed and daughter of Tomas S. and Priscil-. Discharge Notice.
with the boastful words that proclaim la Cooper Bacon, of Salem, N. J., in NOTICE Is WHR.BY QVEN THAT.5"
her supremacy over the other com- the seventy-third year of her age. Ion wi f U ean
monwealth's of Dixie, and, together uneraw rom te e o r m Jud ams C.
ihhr.i., wd p c on-in-law R. L Rose, in Tallahasse, ,y
with her sisters, oid preclence to on the 5th instant at 4p .m. stS oF. W.21W ,.
ibuwell belov peninsul.am Isaac and Mary *. Morgan came to*^ s .,
Tribu --- Florida in 1890 and resided in Kissim- Ta7ahie. M... rkb 10. i .
The Live Oak Democrat says: United WeO till 1901, since which time they: Dit
Ham...... have resided in Tallahassee with their Dlnhai o at".
States Senator Frank Adams, of Ham- daughter Mary A. Rose. All of this OTIC5E I E OnS ly TE AT X
ilton county, don't sound bad. time M. b. Morgan has been an invalid -' L ws Afesr 4wst m
General W led in the and for nearly our years, confined to i CosMtn J dhe i Iee r. esets y
enera Sebring led in e her bed. ,formdw .hi e e MAdminkOateik
nayorality race Tuesday, in Jackson- M. B. Morgan's paternal ancestors -. P. v deeed. ..,,..
vllle and will have to contest it over in were the Bacon's who came to this "Ami2sm.
the second primary with J. D. Bur country before Wm. Penn himself Talb a No. .n..
bride came, aad took up land near Greenwich,
n 'l --. --- N. J., which remained in the family
The True Democrat believes that for many generations-a whole town- T yIB
ivory public odsl a should be paid a ship, Baeon's Neock, was named after w
other hh nd res bk potIn Her mtmrs family, the Coopers, is the stationery that yr .
paid $-,0 per, they too shoul. have it; and Woodame--snd numerous decen- -" ha t a. -- --
Mbt they should put i boost time and dant are there today. Coopw's CreMk, I u-w te e rmrnm o a
work for l just like ethe people em-. ear Camide, a navigable str w me nt and appeals to refined pol.
pameed are d,,- m d for thm. It likewise es the water-imark
-ea re ,.rui ._ o.hese o memers of the and name of its makers, who hue

I, says: "Civil and ia-_l suite will Snd wes- the best paper for correrpomndnc ;
o brought by Aumq'Omneral Todd, fon Fnns. founded. Great .mu. purposes in the world to-day.
capitol scandaL A complete list of Grin i.. w ods fn, C.i no sh ,o.al,,
heoe who will bn ameda a defeudeants at....d tgo thowi many
wl not be known ati the Inquiry Is oth have aterWest.
o more public endi u until after the burial amaui and the pall-bear-
egialature adjourn em May 16." era Were: L T Oajer,0. N. Jo..- | |
--. ^-_.-,--..... bee Jo_ n ,r, Wsaaoe.e. arteu. | A Sil :.
,y -,,rta s. a


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and France the Sale
Baking Powder is pro.
ftd by law because of the in.,
io effects that follow its use.
The law in the District of 4
Vleumbia -also prohibits Alum
food.


'You may live where as


~th.


only tuoti divwN


i yet you have no protection agkat Alum
against Alum in your Bakinr Powder is to


S *plaily-


ROYATL :.made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar,-a pure Grape
Lpodc-t. Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness of food


but MOTE AND ATM.


Sefear;Sele.ted as Route and lest
Snlates3areltven.
Low excursion rates to .Richmond,
Va., on account of Southern Baptist
Convention. Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way has been named as official route
a Fllworida. One fare plus 25 cents
fo round trip from a points.
S Tickets on sale May 18,14, 15 and 16.
S Deble daily service, through Pullman
Call on your ticket agent, or
S wrlJas. F. Taylor, Trave Pas-
P anger Agent. Tampa. la. . Boyl-
ston, r. Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Jacksonville, Fla..lJ f ..

JAMESTOWN EXPOStTION
Hampton Roads, Norfolk-Seaboard
Air Line Railway. The Exposition
Route. Official opening day, Friday,
April 26, 1907.
President Roosevelt will be Dresent
p with his Cabinet to open the Expo-
sition and Governors from more than
twenty Southern and Eastern States
will also assist in the ceremony, lending
it the air of most impressive dinity.
The Naval display will be on te lar-
Sget scale ever before attempted, and
war ships of every Navy will be pres-
eat. Aimies of iodlers with brass
bands from all parts of the Union will
make the military feature most at-
tractive.
Cheap rates, quick and convenient
schedules. See the ticket agent. L
Lever, First Vice-President. Charles
B. Ryan, General Passenger Agent.:
Chuch netlees.
Trinity M. E. Church, South. I. S.
Patterson, Pastor.-Services Sunday at
11 a.m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep
worth League, &00 p. m. Senior Ep-
wrt League, 4.00 m. AU members
requestd to atten. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
withua. ,
Presbyterian Church Rev. Wm. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.- Regular service at 11
o'leok a. m. and at 8:00 o'clock p. m.,
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at9.46 a. m.
Firt Baptist Church, Rev. J. B.
Pruit, partner. Services: Sunday at 11
a. m. and 8:0 p. m.; Bible school, 946
a. a.; Junior B. Y.P. U., 8380 p. m.;
Seer BD. P. P.U. ridayat 8 p.m.;
Prayer and Praise service Wednesday
at so:0. m.
St. Jeam's a oal Cbuv. Row.


o'clock a. am. Suday, 11 a. m.
,0op.m. m8p.m. St.MI.

ST idt; 06are hold
at 11 o'ehelk a. m., in the
s.0 0rd orf or the build-
1e-d ma a Cu SMe reading

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LOW RATU FM VETIRAS
&toe Is Als Oem to o te PbliUc-Ge.
oraly-A S-ileadl Service From
Flrd Pelants.C -. -
The ieabosTd A nrd 6e' Railway an-
nounces low excursion rates from all
Florida points, one cent per mile to
Richmond, Va., and return account of
the United Confederate Veterans Re-
umog, tickets on sale May 26, 27, 28,
29 and 30.
The Seaboard operates double daily
service from Tampa, Jacksonville and
other Florida points. Extra through
Pullman sleepers and day coaches have
been arranged, 'so all may be made
comfortable. M
In order to patrons to
visit the Jamestown Exposition, tre
Seaboard will honor return portion of
Richmend tickets from Portsmouth.
The total round trip rates from some
of the important points in Florida are
as follows: Jacksonville, $13.75; Lake
'City, $13.75; Live Oak, $13.75; Madi-
son, $14.00; Monticello, $14.66 ; Talla-
hasaee, $15.456 Gainesville, $15.15,
Ocala, $15.75; Leesburg, $16.56; Toava-
res, $16.70 ; Apopka, $16.70; Orlando,
15.70; Dade City, $17.06 ; Plant City,
17.56; Tampa, $17.55; Manatee,
18.50; Palmetto, $1850; Bradentown,
18.50; Sarasota, $18.70.
While theea rates are armounced for
the Confederate Veterans they are
open to the public.
The Seaboard has issued a very at-
tractive and expensive folder devoted
entirely to this occasion. Copies of this
folder and other information can be ob-
tained on application to any Seaboard
agent or to 8. C. Boylston, Jr assist-
ant general passenger agent, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Cred of Rheumatsas.
Mr. Win. 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 atd the strength returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
peared and has not since returned." If
troubled with rheunasm try a few ap-
plications of Pain Bm. You are cer-
tain to be pleasewiri the relief which
it affords. For sale by Tallahassee
DrugCo._,.o, _, *
And the Hon. T. Albert Jennings
pubily prolaims that he will be a
anikdaldq for Governor only if maimed
that aM ryof the people of Friida
prefer him. Wel, -Albert, y dear,
the prmsar the ol "instrun nt of
tort/,e that an tell you how sah
the oe er you so jumpIasmy
a your chance -4Jmaiie-
If TeO Don't
c hJe Grst time -e Herbine and
S et statent relief. The great
eat liver rregulater. A positive ew for

I.UhT" b for "u.t m
Ien 3 fm lui n for Mnat
= u fir ,years. It k s our
w"ob is inhm by what tb has
d**e tr By .Iy. byan B g-


GOOD NEWS.
Sfwct- alAs.
We will tte w-k4 commence the
manufacture of cement sidewalk blocks.
We will make only first class block,
and they will be fidly guaranteed
by the manufacturers. What it will
cost 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 the blocks.
6-tf GIL.uoit & DAVIS Co.
Dr. W. H. Carter returned from New
York last Saturday afternoon, and took
up his regular routine of duties at St.
John'sa on Sunday. The Dr. enjoyed
his visit north and the trip has been of
benefit to him physically.
Mr. Theo. Anderson, once a resident
of Tallahassee, has been renewing old
friendships at the Capital this week.
Mr. Anderson says it has been a cher-
ished wish to once more see the old
flace, but this has been his first oppor-
tunity for more than twenty years.

J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterinary Physician
and Surgeon.


Dental


Work a Specialty.
OFFICE


WELLS STALLS.


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TWO ELEOANT TRAIN DAI 1Y
SEABOARD EXPRMBS UA

MODERN PULLMAN' E-qUIPRNT

THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION
NoRFOLK, VA,
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily


For full information and sleeper reservatonas w oaU a get
Seabord or write,
S. C. BoYUrroN, JR., Assistant General PaMger Agent,
Jacksonville, Florida. .


RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE

COMPANY.

Surplus to Policy Holders, $1,634,864.00

HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONESTATES.
3 PER CENT ONOALL PAID UP INSURANCE.


Ilf you become
the Company pays
without interestand
are not deducted


totally disabled
your premium


these
from


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face of


policy. .
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.


THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.


Not(take ourlword for it,
but let us prove it to you.


INSUREY OUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.


-- AGENTS WANTED. -

IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Centbl.Floridatl
Carrabelle, Fla. -


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ESTABLISHED 1885
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THE INSIDE TACK 3
in always "theway"totake eor
Our inside trade leading up to
position comes through ,
A COMMERCIAL COURSE ,
taken at our business college.
graduates have theI preferen e.
you ask T It's because of
Proficiency is asked for and hea
list. For particulars eaU on or
THE GEM BUSINESS COLLBS1
Tashase., Mla.


CALL AT THE


Wmrjjammn I=


RELIABLE


Undertaker nd Funera Director,


6[0. H. HOLMES.


TELEGRAPH ORDERS WILL RE-
CEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.


Day or s lIht.


Tallal


SUCCESSOR


JOSEPH DUNCAN
haasee, Fla. phMoe. & 4w


R. G. PERRELL,
(SuAcem. r to A. T. RIois)

INBN All Kinds of Fresh Meats


Satisfaction


guaranteed. Give me your order.
FIRST-CLASS MEATS.


Prompt delivery


RIng up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast,. Dinner and Supper a Success when Orderln
Meats from my Stall.


F.


C. COLES, --


CONFECTIONER and GROCER.

The Choicest and Freshest Goods at
t lowest living prices.
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ar d t TWe Cw n mhf iaees to be id, both gentle_ _
.I**I "II thmeo betto i h tory of the I bu no m, 1m14 111
ingti tk o Dr. H. U. Sairofw.-"' eis ii__atth beginning.
"ive as, wigl the wil- i -" .neate T ,-"Irr-
li Mme Mind M*hPottet. ..P1rman Un,111111B-
foBSr ldma will deliver the omnafeument eog k p e
i' WM.l lthe m ar is widely known as a m eg YW V They cam
S pulpit orator, and Dr. PTotetMG
1 'i11t7% seis ew of thel3 finest speakers of the s m slo k-- shm
o"n of --- --n -sooth, hmnes to seat to t these two Grand Performance of thd A so me!to..
e~' m, of thine kinder d'isting n4shedM gentlemen will be hbe* M .e .."
fa drill with tab- that an intellectual fes is in Comic Opera AN c ^ w a a
17 l s c hoI plOsets acbdepartment of the college will" a m ala B
wath, The enter give an exhibition darig commanetooe
I... aiv u.... inuMnre eit wek. The I dates --and
sWil be surged JThe terry od hat Is ASTORI
,B~fi~aSBS?^ ^ *f or their annual debates, ami this em- ggg to hm ma s O
L ll~g. ..* B ,ti retw will take tortainment, besid the oratoleal eon- nr I bm d I -.--
0,e xerU se.ab .l s car m a soUnderhthenDirectiomn or1 Two" WA tt," Is is
ad' the public i er- test by the Juniors aid a eoniy, will be t 2lv.ls a .a? S^L_^l-, S IZmfwSmS, 'I-,s
to attend on ttrof th wknd Management tof meema. i ,t- Opjum ms.. 4-

r S Wmont hy t h ewas recently passed by kl Athssisted byl t. I er Tf Iu am T e u -I e
a W-AR Christian TTempeanll Union was signed by the Governor May 7. Assisted by reaffB e oi T "*less, 04
S WUt held Monday afternoon at 4:80 M upo loway will seem o blish than- aMd ame y.It the Po re nla
w the Psterian n hUb T. Lot there noWr mrents and be intments. A MiiasOlive Ulmer,Tress. sOmaP anE Bowwels, ving te healthy and- at l al9. W
illl a, 0r-n0 large pr attendance is w ct at te The CUldrna' P T Mothfer' Ped g ..
1 ,F1rt of the din.er vdoem snt ummer school in Tallabhase, asa great
w. h pleaseL remember to br unwritten t mebe ove lu abe en <
e ports of the past monthslf work. evd drmle the lunfrt month. a t ma J IN ClI AWA
AUC Mi Hardw y' dtal ast ridTuesday Eve. May 14 G9UIN CASTORIA ALWAYS
*evening afforded a mulcal feat for a g ,
" O O ,8, W C. T llyw h o h ad th e p le a s au n o f a tte n d inB.. ...- .. .. I el - ra A A. ,
Will move to Tallahassee June lt. Her execution was exceedingly skillul At the ,
Want to rent permanenly a good six, and her intepretation of the masters
or seven room house. T. R. odes, was certainly beautiful. Tallahassee Opera House
lake City, Fla. 114t A private recital by the elocution
In fro- w s w C, apyure. ,nnrfBenefit Christ ChurcNh Guild Rec- iIII l
SPreh Jersey cow of Leon county but the members of the class acquitted tory Fund, Monticello, Fla.,
Bradford stock, Becond calf (fine hie- themselves with such credit to their and the Woman's Club;
fr) th e weeksold, ecow gentle. Price, teacher and to themselves. TdhlatheWoma n'osee lorbd;.
for oth, 0.00. Tallahassee, ., P. The third year class of the school for Tallahassee, Florida.
0. Box 3N3, W. C. Tully. teachers engagedinaseason of"toat" - -.
last Friday morning at eight o'clock OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE In Use FOr Over 30 Years.
Judge Emmett Wolfe is te Thir teacher conducted the recitation H Y.u sw ". ovi e MW ve "T,,V e
Legislators and Tallahassee friends to- out under the trees, and the occasion _._ ___ _______. ___t_ __._,______ t____o___ _
vwam a very happy one There was a STAr fBOARD O1 fLA ASSERS
AsndhSaturday wherie meii junst ernor, the Board o1 Control, the Presi- Of he Special Electlo.
fnished his second year in medicine, dent, the Florida Legislature, and aN UWANNEE COUTY ON T
S ggy umbrellas in the most popular great many functions of the college, HE2 nI, ofMay A. D. 1m for asen atior f
S oloori-bf, bottle green and dark were all remembered in most compli- the 17th., Satrial District of the tat of riorl. WM. CHILD. GEO. W. CHILD.
blue something nice. See them at J. mentary te-ms. da .
D. days. 7 One of the most enjoyable occasions AttornWaCl, sid ACofo Ca as W-
enator A. S. Mann isamong the le of the past week, was the dinner party cm mprr costitutn tB Be n tractors a nd B u lder s.o
of the thae" eua of State. at td o Capitai, 8ionthe,
M aain this week. tic science, last Friday evening The City of Talha on theis.th t s the of
Messrs. B. W. Partridge and John o laies:= by o the C las a Mi IW. ond iru
visitrs at theCapital Monday and ues- "n=the Con tra ctors and A.l lD. 1
SThe college enjoyed the visit of the said *lettlio fras the ms oant and wedo
Governor Wiliam 9. Jennings and committee from the legislature. The hIery artlf that a shown .-ele l. re r
~ ~.Asat is g their Talsa' gentlemen of thi committee were con- ta.,. te..ha. n.umbw.of vo at inL A SpecialtyV Of Kiln Dred Lum ber of
SIM frri. this week. siderate in every way, and were deeply electionn for-Senatorthe Tthe l e stirial Die. a .
Mrs. L. M Fish, of Pensacola is interested in theirminspection. t it heth a, eTatT efa w hundred .al -
A ga her Tallahassee relatives and Dr. Hully the president of Stetson johnson received twnhundred and thirty.fve all kinds. -
f ft again, the guest of Mrs. L. C. University paid the college a compli- (236.) and W. A. Tim re om ved two hundred
Yaeger. mentary visit during his recent trip to and twenty-two. ( o).
Shoe for Men, Women and Children, Tallahase. At the morning exercise, willi'H. ls, Attnw.oof. S a rAlon Mill Work -Manufacturers of all kinds of rouh and
Trunks Suit Cases, liungi. nd Umbrel- he iaddrecid the tudhints in a mi.StOen- c. Croom, Compterole, rostitutinAi said tate rug
S ls, Shirts, Underwear, Pajamas, and tertaiinig manner. Board of Cavasersed etinanddo he dressedd lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
Hosiery. Price; right. 'urns A o. electionn to in that J. B. Jobnaon wan elected *a
Dr. A. E. (Center, of Apalachicola, Are You Going to Build? ator frrnm the 1tth Senatorial Districtof the COlumns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
came to TallahuIMee yeterdayand pur- If so, come and r tk f kin .cLAY wr. and turned and scroll work of ever description Brif kiln rida
chased a Ford Machine from the uto dried lumber before ,hnin your swrr and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Mobile Agency in this city. See further sUpt lie,. We can sv, you money. w,,.uAM H. EL A.. Limb and Cement for sale.
noticeof these machines in another col- Child IIros. lltf ALOnso C. caoou.
umne. "OptrCller. ON
A lar p assortmnt, in lat-sgt otylesof For Sale or Rent. All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
oNeck Wear now for ,ual by l>.rnl & 'rhe 'Con ntin, Ot.l,. ly to A Owaace our work to be first class in every particular. Prices .
Sn o ()NsrANTtINe AI.e;.no. 11-tf Prohibiting Domestic Fowl from Going "b
Dr. Grant of Jff.erwsn county, and a "es at Lrge n a onable
Iontime ago a eition of Leon county, Notice! Therefore. Providing Penaltyreas
ha been visiting among him TaIllIha. )Don't lu\" n.y A utomoiiloih until you '',e .,
S ee friends nd made thi olcea plta4- te. RhP Rui Rnubut with extra fold- ,A'....' (ar., h n, c.,, Office, Shop and Lumber Yard 'on Seaboard Air Line,
0- liat eall Tueisday. ,n va. #f T,, Al,-., : *-'.S
so call Tu s.r the le of M ingt ( J.li S'iriol,. ,it -be unl tah.wl f-..w.ul for .nyppon on lot South of county jail.
*,^iverythnit if) the. line t>f J. 1i."II,. 9t l 1 wilfully p m,,rnit say chicken*. ducks. ~, .
T vrythirnincng ti y theine ,,f M, l'rk.
* a I rnlilhngH carried by Hurns C', II !. .. irkey., ar'ui,,m. or ean other domeaic fowl. to
Among the niost lpoplular vititos iin V., I fo. or tli ,, ',ra ,,W (' a,, ro atlvr., n.i,..n the strhet, all ey or any public PHONE 87. P. BOX 4.
Tallahassee this week wm it Dr. II .hap 'la I' lnlk< k.> lrua I *u t .m vvioati., thr pmviolons haerof shall. upon .e
Blitch, who hua warm persomIl fri'l., ls 'Prlint' d Ind1 )rosp r. <.>vi.tio,.In.,h fiir, d notnmorethan live dollars or -
all over Florida, but at nio point mr, Sacrin2lA ,I*t n., tinane orp.art yof Ontlnanc.
or better than at the old capital., where. in ,,nft t. Awlth bondthe orh arm are hereby
In years i by, he was a popular al ~ I n
.H..Iohn B Stetson Univer tv i
0(ful "ei 8r i., I ', ,,,nell May oth, 101.*
Go to Collins for your job printing ~ P n JOliLhn B. Stetson University
.;v Attlet A lI WILUIAMS. City Clerk.
Lon, county's honorable ,tiud of *f A k&s A,. y ..,. ,, in. i
County Commimssioners were in session W. U. MtilNTo4. J.. FOUR COLLE(ES AND FIVE TECIHNICAL SCHOOLS.
; Monday and transacted business for the 1ii -.t Mayor.
month. We will publish protxcedings Notice Ibr Pl blkation. DE LAND, FLA.
next week. BiroPir', .anT5INH or OHP iTKVrioR. /
Ink should be invit to visit the State ArN...'' g^e a r ,. Affiliated With the nUmversity of Chceo
of Florida. --Short Talks, Times.-Union. ,raiahaawe. T h ha. htled notie of hi intention
, Just to convince himself as to what a to make f tnl lve year toof in support of his 'Ol.5L3 01 UBSAL ARTS. The tanlards are ihose of the Uniersmity at
wilful slanderer and fnilifler looks like, eJin, r Iulrtfd eCdt No. lI219 l, hae as it were. T ll In a .. Hiw ., ad that4h l ls.roLLESS SI LAW.-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law ils
S Through an oversight' the matter in .** rF ,1J. r. wtht mEn -tion.
D. R. Coxes Furniture Company ad i names mm. th. foahewi w ttl irtopve I his ,loidw orItt Abun e,-Meyhnnt.
, vertisement was not changed this week, **vserw eem *tinuo, ,..o,.,nce, spa ad cui atlion of said no sS cwn .s Mlaus Tpasnlnn 0 oo Ilt1n, to tas.o
^ lJ h ~ h co p y fo r sa m e w as fu rn ish ed la,,. 7U rs i., .vy. N atfIB l nMeld.aJudero 0C M aI g.0aP nI-l la ik ln l in 11ltslb'tn ehe. Boo kk l pi bf
You can secure extra good bar-" ,w Jacobs. let,.' Wstsa. l aai neuM n mVia. aCd'fcixd Mtinem Rlective eourwee open in other
gaas from them in any artle e in their RUs? U. Ca.01 r. Iegtis lt ehtrr Ma cotommdom, bdr
Sbna and It will always be to your ad- Notice ~ e IhbliatokI Ite 1 Bl .--dmats prepaered to .ntr ianrved. Yate
A long felt want is e.n to be lled The Ilghls of Sprintlhne I A N..r3 aKmoL.,e. i. ; I .I.. .-w bligo. P
la this eity tho establishment of a Come in May, when lawns are green, N etie is here ly gietat Willa J. Wadeof
I, tdy plaut of sumlent sixe to han- and nature is revelling in its reaur- tin ter make-ni r ie proit na espert fd Iat .rtui et rn .t, de pa.
SiIIe b sines of the eity. A home reaction; and those who own their his claim,.vi.: .aH -. K.._ s .e m-.-*- Ai SSL.-New stedi. Cotlyr Mits. model. etc.


.. f ta"mea is soon to be completed own home are enjoying its pleasarea isN aW t .t cStysie
Sr notice and advertisements will instead of preparing for "rasvin wal be met.S n ~ ICW. ourt, at .?
appear in thee columns next week. day." his Pl .aIfi oTSurW*moy. as niaB
]Mr. R. W. Cobb, manager for the tlay. If you are not so fortunate I theo, kw .- tMd mvoe. t5- -r wA n Mnttan end"l t l U In ,l l
drug~ ompay under his name, hs open- as to own a home, call on us, and 'o M M. Caia.r -ig .a. :rn Wi t.1 .
Sd up a very net and attractive new we will show you some of the chol- bew, aIJL O.K. l i. U O-Soekee aeldlsed. .
tdnrstore one door south of the West- chest homPe in and around the city, 1. .. 9et"er. Ll
graph ofe wherev- that are bargains in Real Estate for A ia la e'le h -
hifi nd a t publ to visit )i^future value. edlen ises.,
t in this news T. BERNAR & SON
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W.C LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


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B. C. WHITFIELD,


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Gasvilflk, Pa., April 8, 1907.
a eOavematin at the German ta-
l th" e s ball has improved no-

mat sube of onvemation that
aB The preOees at the table
d ,d M, both ofwho
are mnu dedent of De 1 B=nt0o
Crew M o l of whom have
t several e in Germany, and
of Be Rep, who has but recently
WiTed Ston ha added
o et etinterest tsthe n ,ta.
S ta aprovtingo a valusbe ad-
m t o th department of modern
_,fr the t da Ma th.wl before
the esd of th e sAitea taof Cteast
beiNg ed by the connnittee on
2St j T events will be mainly
To ad te nature. oThe
set meor ly At
ho~wielBie pool 7y beseenmevery
aftabera, a score of me practicing
for the divngt and sw uan s oatahas.
ad at the r t eack of
the "oand ooathee ide h bW Win-
easaatly during the hours free from
molige dutles. The privates In the
,1orpsoteutfam" Waleealer to wIn a
prison the drillai conteosts, amon
whch the "wascaing" will perhaps
of most interest to the upects-
Tbe coleg battalion took part in the
smnfederate memorial exercises hold In
Gumesvfla od the afternoon of April
Mith ad marched into town in strict
military formation.
Dr. put ha taken one of his clauses
in hemistry to Jacksonville. While
there ey will, at the invitation of the
maa b~av an e ty otax
teots d. O and appliances in
Industrial
Amonr the rece= lectures before the
student in the department of educas.
tion which have ed partcull n-
tereng were a = by Dr 71 o1
teee, atu of digestion,"and by
the ieorabl horatio Davis, on "the
udilal system of the United States."
Dr. Bladd left Gainesville on the 25th
to deliver an address to the graduating
ecl of the Brooksville high school.
The following is the program of the
commn" eemet exorels mes nhading a


let of th eakask- ftr a they have
Ibeean dlft ote
Saturday, ay 8:00 p. m., debate.
Dn=m LTsARY SocmlTy.
Sunday, May M3th 10:0 a. m. Bao-
ealaswats Serom ; 8. Y. Jams-
son. President Mrcr Unlverslty.
undwy, 8. p. m., awmonhworethe
Y. M. S. p.
Mn, day, May 17, 10:00 a. m., Decli-
nato contest.
,Mod ], May 27, 8:00 a. m., Orato.
Tueday, May 28,10:00 a. m., Gradu-
ati ex rd opeaing ray
Baalaurste address, Presdaent
Cinafeins of degree, medals and
Vadictory, Mr. M. L. Moreman.
Graduate: Bachelrs of 8ilee,, T.
Z. CUae, Herman mnte, M. L More-
man, A. RI. NLNoe, C. A. Tomklna.
MR3 C" =" 1N PUV.
"Piney Woods," In a timely ad on.
sible -nimmn"etica In the last mone of
the Chipley Bamer, says :
"Well. we we that the Governor has
sued the Times-Uai for $50,000 dam.
ames that will help some when be ets
it. oTmnor Bmward, in his bittU ti.
rad. ad hot-tea o abuse of the
Tim--Union. aad tally other pa-
pers in the tate, that wmere and qre
bot In munathr with his adbmhimbuti


tion. a fm im to tim belittled
afluatene, and sid that It wasaet for
the peopI but a servant of th corpo-
tions. Butew omnes thi Oarsor
wkth tse btatmet that tipapebrhas
deatroy-e-d h officiareputation and
want $50,000 as a eompeatlm thefMe-
for.
"Jus( a word here, the p la of
Union as destroyed the o .dme of
the mases In Governor reward to the
extent of ,00, hbow he reomlem
this demand to hel his official wed,
with the very small majority, he re-
eeved in the primary and th very
r ma ority rat hi rt pet
are ma o t people after hae
was made Governor. So aft hbelng
nominatedby a very smalu mejty, he


wae eerh t defeated before
the y rI ant lsuesof his



oCe etlM th e Governors e
b"f Thamds kS In


aga 't d btem was two to one of the
"'ebs sits rts-of the State news-
ape whibh peposd the Governor's
rato to those wo eh upheld them was



" a h t the leislatnale
p h o e lae public
Is t Ia f t pobablt PenVyU




4.ndtk. "St-,111"e. pWtha
i a tio I the treed of
our fty.
Sa ia Md probabta are invaded




"sits w on them.-0 r
*"Browau probably had n mind the
fact that he would not e a candidate
tar re-elestian when ha augeted the
muuinlag nof the for generally
the se wi the and the
pl n tham people; t wo hould

the sa ad theboostingit gave them
Sthef aMsn*s and they will proba-
tb ar Utti attention to the Govern-


*_T-pela, the demomeatic voters
of Floia, are determined to he more
arefl t tho future how they take a
man at his own valuation.
Restalssess.
Piles, Ntula and other rectal dis-
ea treated without pain or detention
from busina or pleasure. Nq cutting,
t or natelsfn. Corresponaence
a Dr. F Phiips. Specialist.
Qulnoy, Vla, 9-tf
Go to CoHas for your job printing


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is a range that will roast 0 |I
bake or otherwise ook a'
and keep all piping hot mntilu
time for erv A od Wgs
supplied with flowing fuel asM
through our street mains, oot
a simple "twist of the wrist'"j
kitchen meet every desire of t
bitious preparer of meals (or tbe bM
hold. Ask all the questieowyim
ua at thia ofiee, or of our epreual
tive. who will call at your home
postal or phone request.
The capitl Cltv Weater uftt


Electric Lights and Pow


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-
sens 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 order$ 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 any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P1.
O. OX 47 2. .


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OF MANAGERS


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

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

THE CFTERRATED 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
aan's profit. Our priced are right. See t and be convinced.


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Fine Cotton Seed I W. D. Pratorlus


AT SI PER BUSHEL I
Cotton from the above Seed
sold last year at 121 cents per
pound, the same day that other
cotton sold at 9i cents, grown
for C. E. radley.


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UJy,-.
VanBrunt & Demify.

For Sae.
At a low prieto a qik buyer., one



Two faralated roogao As. toMs.
W. 0. Mear.tUm taglaiMIt


Funeral Director

le ensed Embalmer.
NPXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.


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ITee 161


TALLAHASSEE. FLA.
Fro ReaL
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kitchen and bath room within five
blocks of Leon Hotel. kent, $16 p
month. Apply to
i-tf HOWARD GANMBL.
Fresh Cows ftr Sale.
I have three highly graded frahJe-
sey eows for sae. G. G. Giam. j
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If you value your hard earned Dolla


in away like
in New Port
I, was in the
meetings on
Ssilaver ar-


io of the Un-
to that reaslt."
omt am from
SUnited Statem.


rtheuto be wrested from her
Lloyd Oarrm on, while
Sa vat concourse elicited
Ml uind of apIaugh bV pro-
movement to withdraw from the
Uae as 1M61 no e a Derona
SDael Wespter said: "Inthenor%
of overthrowing the gov-
Ihsrl ~shows itself." In the
year Wsbhter again said: "that
SMto rnt the South
right to recover fu-
n the Southern states
from the Union."I
"y.: "Certainly we
ansMltently h ed Jef.
18M .for Ing the
t Art euending from
Sremaasof
k l re J land leader. Jo-
No He l he could to de-
nI antry, n never had the
e could plead.
blrounds of his action,
I I Of o llow F ederalists were


Strue

* th
"d a
de to
of It
te of


icrtly proper and OW gith
Me and threaten W-cas0
. quationed" for fortto
I movement waas esta
Sthlik it to plain, fel
tt the Mdietence tI
Wa1a a d eeth on U
-dn tb, that the Nort
I f et


to bring to this land of freedom, anoth-
er earoof benighted heathen to enjoy
the bbesings of- the gospel dispensa-
tion.'
"Samuel Hopkins, a prominent Rhode
Islander, in his remlniscences, says
that in 1770 Rhode Island had one hun-
dred and fifty ships In the African lavey
trade and had enslaved more Africans
than any other colony in New Fngland.
"Newport was built up by the slave
trade, which was the corner stone of
the wealth of her citisena.
"The first abolition paper in America
was published in Tennessee. In 1828
over half of the people of that state
were In favor ofds away with slaves.
At that time, 18 there were 140 abo-
htion weieties In America; of these, 108
were In the South, not one in Mases.
chuasetta. It was not until 188 that
Maasaehusetta led In abolition; not us-
til all her own slaves had been sold to
the South at a profit, and the foreign
slave trade had been detroyed.
"From these fasts we ee clearly
that the New Englander has lost hMe
comnasene and his history who dares
hold up his hands In holy horror at the
South for having owned alaves."
I am willing to concede this much to
the North, my fellow citizens that the
only difference between the North and
the South on the question of slavery Is,
that the North made slaves of the ne-
groes first, and then unloaded them on
ua, and we have been left with the beg
to hold.
From the generally accepted view of
seceassion in 181, the Southern people
were led to believe that they would be
permitted to leave the Union In peaw
but that was not to be. neoln called
for hib volunteer, nd then burst with
ruin upon our lnd the dark cloud that
had been rowhig rapidly from the
uise of a manws hand. rom all por-
tions of the South here spran
a host of warring determined to
defend their beloved land airlnst the
assaults of the Inver. Never was
the manhood of a people more glorious-
ly vindicated, nor the strength which
e ine the love of liberty more grandly
yd. The ent that ensued de-
veo the reatet soldier and the
most perfect man the world has ever
known. In the oerasn of our beloved
commander chief, Robert Lee. I
eananot do better here than to re--t
to you the tribute paid to him b
Haala eloquent orator, Benjamin H.
"When the future historian shaU
eone to survey the character of Lee,
he shaU ad klrisatn like a huge mean


I is eyes hlh
tch its summit
virtue of other
bout their vief.
hate, a friend
soklder without


n army wa mvr


GYCumu. 3. N. Buffha
Sam, W. 0. Pooi, an Jo J 1 0-
I toowhosharedin thas
miral Seme and the 1w
Ing the last twelve montl
hers of Lamr- Camp have M i
death of three more of their
C. A A whitfMtde l w
as Isle. Ikow that thereme- may
others whoAold and ahoa||
I aon saons with the. I wo wev
could sll the roll today of eery
pany that marched away ft r
county. If there is any ome hee who
can remember the names of ay of their
departed comrades and would ik to
hear these mamae mentioned hsorML,
let him cal them out. [Here the
lowing names were called out: N W.
Eppes--- Tillinghlst, Bradoed.
Capt. Gwyun, Laurie Anderson and the
Harts.] The men are no more.
"But there mmsIMes .'*r sha ll m fw r ...
And t mir lsm. bright nea. widtwut steal
11 w y MI *u.h ll not wa t for ua;
onr Is la m,
OuSallfcely
shemlI farr M eewr aiain far ue."
It il not tae that the soldier of
the South Mhon have we such glory
and renown upon the fleld of baIttle,
when we condder the noble dharater
of their mothersand their wies. These
blessed woman were modest, gentle
and refined, and yet they wee Arm,
resolute and ferneee. "aft as her
clime, outny as har skles raew was In
all her steps, heaven m I er eyes,
every jesture d ty and love" and
yet, with all the forItde of i Roman
matron she buckled sword about
her heroes and ve them to her coon-
try's cause. Sh, wathe flint to lay
her treasures upon the altar of her
country, and the last to leave the se-
pulcher of her hoes.
And now permit me to return my
thanks for the invitation to speak upon
this occasion. I atly appreelate Vio
honor and the prvile of being here
today.
Veterans of the Confederacy, while
your sons were not permitted to mar-
hall themselv benath your beloved
flax, let me tell you for them that we
will everbe true to th princples for
whleh you fought, and erish as a
precious legacy yoer glorious names
and example.
D1a"hter of the Confederacy, I
hope that you wil nu to eep
een the grav of our If atri dead
and observe thdsamm ril oe s.
so that the true of te rise
fall of the Confesr1ey may be pre-
served for all time.
Legiators, I hoe that you may be
uded by theprl of Thoma Jet-f-
f rand Jeero va. The spirit
of secession is dead, but the Drncfpl
of State rights, thatkloa a govern-
ment isnot dead. It syetth eoner
stone of this rs il. If th0 eorner
@tone be reected, ahm1 the wa of the

the whole fa is likete bonae
bollt upon the Let thoe who
have come from I- North to make
hmes among ua. b ewith ear native
m10 to make F io a r and mmes-
po .tat. te lt tar In the
lataxy of a reuntl -m tr*.
Prrstomach tr-htoe, bOloua eae and
onTation try tion ln'a Stomach
and Liver Tab]ea Me remarkable
ows have been a-- tbmuI. Price
0 eents. Samp les Por Sale by
Tallahassee Drug Osa *

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lOf KIn a a t rs held
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1ialbring dinner so as to atteen d
Aprems of a description
S N refreshme fr the oldrning
p ti eaewlls Baop to the association
ST ftri, L. St.of Clapt. and M. D. D.
E i lWths with themt ins willthe
at the Natralmother, LeMrs. Mor-n
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Slint Stjtst aChurch.o from our
efr Mr. of Capt. and Mrs. S. E.nd w

he ~tced their m eo n thea resen
E *I-aRosele's mother, lr nice. Mor-
wbb, wht-eh occurred indds ditin to
S rda n lir. Morg a nd we exten had bont-
dM him and wo the adre pleased to
wamee him as our emains were in-ihbor.
S Dr. J. W. Aderrell purchased the
ves Mpn lot on the corner of Bronough
p Clinton Sts.,juat across from our
hmfrom Mr. D.Wilsn May 2on, and will
S The T reacted theDemo ret wishes thidence

S a poustreet, and we extend congrat-
to him and we are pleased to
women him vision ourf the S. A. L., neighbor.
ndiDr. J. A. Anders will attend the
eek hast Confederate Reunion services ati
Swhnd Valways h on May 28, and will be
ed frompaned byhis daughters, Mrs. May
Walker and Mise Alice. The will also
visit Washinge of its mot and thoorJames-d and
town exposition before return havome.
The True Democret wishes them a
profitable-and pleasant outing.
live Captain Louis S. Peck theral onial
and popular train master or the estllow-
er Division of the S. A. L., has been
eing several daid thin the city. Mr.
th a life a host of nobriends and relatives
here who alwaepired, s have a warm welcome
to give him.
At 8:30 o'clock last n hisht deathre-
moed from this city Ju this city, where e Morris A.
Dzialynaki, one of its most honoredand
beloved citizens. Few men have ever
lved that inspired such general connl-
of his dece an--Jd popularity among his fellow-
ethsen as did this worthy citizen.
With a life full of noble deeds and loving
kindnesses he expired, having the love
of all classes of people, and in his death
a heavy cloud of sorrow and grief hangs
over this citv, where he had spent moat
of his life.---Jacksonville Mletropolis,
Oth.


Mrs. H. H. McCreary and Miss Irene I
bave returned to Tallahassee after ua
visit home and attending the meeting
of the Florida Division of U. D. C at
Jacksonville, to remain with Senator
MeCreary to the close of the session of
the legislature
The Gainesville correspondent to the
Times-Union, May 6th. said: Judge
Syd L. Carter and son, S. L., Jr., have
P arrived in the city from Tallahassee,
where the former is ably representing
Alaseua county in the lower house.
Judge Carter's Friends will rret to
ea thint he has not enjoyed the best
of health since the legislature convened,
but despite this he has stuck closely to
-" his poet of duty, which fact is noticea-
. We ro~m the daily reports from the
Mrs Lwis M. Lively was hostess at
t Yy tt card party Saturday
ahe entertained the
,, ,club with an additional
Mrs. Lively'sguest
"fc ^S~ -. Shckleford, Umr. J.
ester Mr. L D. Chitten-

i D. an. 'lpy, Mrs. rClyde
A.A. U M MrsD. VC itten-

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Klagrs Daptr Daeeing.
The meeting of the King's Daughters
Association on Wednesday afternoon
was o:e of special importance,' as it was
the time for the annual election of offi-
cers.
Much to the regret of the members,
Mrs. E. G. Chesley, who has been
leader for several years past, resigned
her office. However they secured an
able and acceptable successor in Miss
Sallie Blake, whose executive ability is
well known in the Circle. The officers
who are to serve the coming year are
as follows:
Leader-Miss Sallie Blake.
Treasurer-Mrs. W. M. McIntosh
Recording Secretary-Miss M. D.
Lewis.
Business Leader-Mrs. Phelps War-
den Wilson.
Hospital Committee-Mrs. B. A.
Meginniss, chairman, Mrs. A. A. Mur-
pbree, Mrs. C. B. Gwynn.
Emergency Committee-Mrs. Grizelle
Hartt, chairman, Mrs. Lewis Lively.
Committee for Distribution of Liter-
ature---Miss M. D. Lewis, chairman,
Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. George I.
Davis.
The committee appointed to visit the
sick serves only one month, and is made
up of volunteers. The ladies who will
assume this kindly office for the coming
month are: Mrs. Phelps Warden Wil-
son, Miss Apthorp, Mrs. C. B. Gwynn
and Miss M. D. Lewis.
Kil Dried 'Lumber.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor-
ing, ceiling, novelty, siding and wide
boards. (ome and select what you
want. Child Bros. lltf
Wanted.
The loan of two hundred doUars, on
Monroe street property. Address Box
220 Tallahassee. 11-2t


crease. Here you w7 1 nd fI
Lawns, French Lawns, LAngr O
India Lawns, Madras, Dotted I
Hairline Cloth, Fancy W1sting, W
and Brown Linen, Linen Lawn and


Colored Lawns..


ALL new and attractive patterns
that are sure to appeal to you if
you see them, all are moderately priced,


Iaces & Embroideries.


Recepe ats e ier's Nanslem.
Although still nfintahed, the new
Governor a Mansaem was the scene, on
last Wednesday -n ig, of a magnifi-
centecepton giev by Governor and
Mrs. Broward, omnplmentary to the
Legislature. public was invited
anid evidenced te-r appreciation of the
invitation by 0qttedng en masse.
The Governor and hi wife, aided by
Congressman and 'Mrs. W. B. Lamar
and others in high official position, re-
ceived their guest in the front drawing
room, which, in common with all the
house iwas beautifully decorated with
Florida smilax, growing ferns and
palms, and exqioaR cut flowers.
Muslc was furaiseod by an orchestra
seated in the front balcony on the sec-
ond floor, and punch served in the din-
ing room bt several of our most popu-
lar and charming ladies.
Delicious cakes, aberbets and cream,
with dainty home-made candies, formed
the refreshment menu.
It will be a pleasant reminiscence In
the days to come, when other functions
in the mansion of Florida's Governor
have worn off the novelty of such hap-
penings, to remember that one was a
guest at the delightful "house-warm-
Ing" of Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Dr. Manning, nee Miss Evelyn
Lewis, of Jackionville, is visiting home
folks, and her host of Tallahassee
friends.


IWe Are Now Open


Go to the Drug Store on the
other side of Monroe St.


We are located on the east side of Monroe street
next to telegraph office where you will find every
thing new, neat and clean.
Your prescriptions will always be filled as the
doctors write them.
Our Mr. R. W. Cobb will be glad to see any
friends and is always glad to make iew ones.
Don't forget the place, next to telegraph office.



R. W. eobb, Drug io.


Mr. Walter P. Jennings, brother of
Hon. T. A. Jennings. ofJenninas, Fla., .
was in the city this week and had his Two comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
name entered on our large and steadily nished or unfurnished, apl)y no
growing subscription list. ll-tf W. L.- MARSIA LI.
Wanted. Rooms to eat.
Reginning first of June I will have
100 C ress Poles. 6 inches. at to several comfortably, furnished rooms
30 and 4 feet long to rent. Apply to
CITY ELECTItI LIGHT PI.ANT. 11.4t Mrs. M. C. BtTTIlER.


S embers of Third -Bee.
The session of the third house of the
legislature will meet Monday
May 13th, in the House of Rpre
tives, for the enactment of uB awas
as are needed for the good of the sta8
and the people thereof.
Everybody is invited. Come and .-
joy the fun. A HAsSaII


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Sskea up and re eond time
IiusS WNo. w orded
to the A =4 od OBill.
Mr. Parros moved t- eoue Bill
No. 194 be t Adad tt l sd
Mr. B boW moSt the mo-
tion to indefinitely postpone on the ta-
ble.
A roll call being ordered, the vote
Yeas- Messrs. Baggett, Carter, Cobb,


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ea for cylinder, gaolene light
ra-bN-71 w made and thoroughly
t fomish excellent service.
free from excessive vibra-
Sdek acting brakes and is a
OW appearance and safety,
for wr business use.
advantage in this car is the
fast tbt he who buys it soon realizes
vn If he has never driven one he can, in
0 abort while, take the steering wheel
1mad control it without difficulty. The
,d trtor will soon reveal to the
er the fact that he is riding in a car
i oelent and reliable.
Ford Runabout makes its bow to
114 Pople of Tallahassee and vicinity
Sa high else reliable machine and is
sold at a moderate price.
The egie is water-cooled and two
dendt braking systems are pro-
vd. Thebody is comfortable-well
tphplred, finished In black leath-
ar. It hs a four cylinder, fifteen horse
power emai and dry batteries.
The ear is useful, attractive and ro-
ale. Even the sandy plais of Egypt
haWe had a machine espeelally cop-
saoeted for use there and the ime is
riW e o betiful old Tallahassee for the
Ovemt of the motor car and these
Ford unabouts are found in all auto-
mobile centers.
A daily demonstration will be made
from the garage and all who would like
to Infestgate or those who should de-
sire a trial trip, will find Mr Bogart,
the manager, ready to ccomda them.
LEGISLATIVE PtOCIEDING5.
(Continued ftrm Firt Page)
A number of committee reports were
relieved and duly acted upon.
House bill No. 203, An act relating
to making 3 cents per mile passenger
fare by common carriers, was taken up
and made special orders for May 16th,
at 11 o'clock.
Bills on third reading were then tak-
en up and acted upon. (See Journal.)
Resolution No. 68, authorizing the
pri of 00 copies of the journal
hday was passed.
iate, concurrent resolution No. 14,
WJi thIam J. Bryan as a can-
dda for Preident waq agreed to.
Snumber of resolitloa were then
takmn up and acted upon, as were sen.
aste MIi on second reading.
Committees reported and action was
taken upon same. (See Journl.)
The speaker announced the appoint-
ment of the following committees: Un-
der senate concurrent resolution No.
11, to visit the East Coast Canal Mes-
srs. Peadon, DuPont and Kirkland. Un-
der rwoluton 18, devising beat method
for enrolling bill,etc., Messrs. Raese,
Clkins ani Wilsin of Hernando.
House Joint resolution No. 226, was
read the asoend time in full and refer-
red to the committee on engrossed bills
and pending consideration of house joint
reolullon No. 10 the house adjourned.
Senate. 7th. Senator Crill presented
ieUtonm signed by many citizens of
tnam in favor of State option for
Florida.
Bix new bills were introduced in the
enate and referred to appropriate
committees.
Under consideration of remolutions,
senate concurrent resolution No. 156.
asking that the State Board of Educa-
onb&eauthorized to execute deed to
land4, etc., at lakesClty. was taken tiup
and on motion of Mr. one wants laid on
the table subject to call.
Re oltions and memorials were then
taken up as were Uthe special orders
of the day. (ee Journal.) Messagen
from the house were then dispoed of
and waiving the rules, on motion of
Mr TrammWll, the action of the senate
today .bn ills and resolutions were im-
mediately certified tol the house Ad-
)owned
Houm 7th Mr. Dorman, House Me-
morial No. 12, to Congress authorising
tH1e State to make official survey of all
unuurve.yed lands patented by Uniteac
States to the State, was read frt, sec-
ond and third times and passed.
Memorial No. 13, Mr McKensie, ask-
ing Congress to provide further Inves-
tigation into hyacynth problem on St.
Johns river and make appropriation
kherfor, was rendl the first, second and
third time. and pasIed.
A communication relative to soldiers
and alkor, home waa read and ordered
spread on the journal (See Journal.)
A petition relative to town of Milton
was read and ordered spread on jour-
nal (See Journal.)
Eight new bills were Introduced and
referred to oommitteee.
A number of committees reportedly
and mesags were received from the
Senate an acted upon. (See Journal.
House BIll No. 1I4:
A bill to be entitled an act making it
unlawful for any person or persons,
iMvidual, companies or corporations,
public or private carriers to bring into,
taf opor or transfer to others in any
county, distrit, ty, town or precinct
in thi State wher the h ale ofintoxi.
oh quore has been prohibited; pre-
en .1og eudItlont under which liquor
ay be brought into such county di..
iset. elty, tw or preeinot; ddaln


(Cathoun), Wilison (Hernando), Wilson
(Le)-46.
Nays--Mesrsh. Calkins, Clarke. Du-
Pont, Farris Gris, MacWilliams.
Mathews, Millinor, -em.0, Wartmatn,
Watson-11.
So the motion to lay on the table was
agreed to.
And House Bill No. 194 was ordered
referred to the Committee on Engrossed
Bills.
. Adjourned.
Ge* Werds feor Chamberiala's Cosh
Remedy.
People everywhere take pleasure in
testifying to the good qualities of Cham-
berlasn's Cough reqm.. Mrs. Edward
Phillp of Barlay, Md., writes: I wish
to tell you that can recommend Cham-
berlainrs Cough Remedy. My little girl,
Catherine, who is two years old, has
been taking this remedy whenever she
has had a cold dme she was two
months old. About a month ago I con-
tracted a dreadful cold m ysef, but I
took Chamberlain's Cough Rmedy and
was soon as well as ever. This reme-
dy is for sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
The Iay Party.
The May party of last Friday was a
grand success. Scores of children took
part and the costumes were lovely in
the extreme. The "goat parade" was
very picturesque and excited much
merriment. Refreshments were served
after the ceremomes, the proceeds of
which went to the T. I. A,
This association is one of special mer-
it, and should have the wholehearted
support of all our townspeople. Through
the direct management of these ladies,
as well as by their indirect influence
and force of example, many sadly need-
ed reforms and improvements have
been made in our city; Indeed it would
scarcely be p6easible to itemize all the
changes for good that can be traced to
their organisation.
One urgently needed improvement
now receiving attention from the T. I.
A., is the necessity of screening the
market. If the vote of Tallahassee
housekeepers should be taken on this
subject, it would undoubtedly be unani-
mous in favor of the movement, for it
has long been a source of disgust to
every cleanly woman who entered the
building to see the swarms of flies
which infest the place.
The young society people of Talla-
haee enjoyed a very delightful infor-
mal dance at the Leon hotel Friday
evening. Miss Whitfleld's orchestra
furnished the music. There were ten
couples dancing.
Mr. Joseph Allen, of Medart has
been among his Tallahassee friends
again this week and made this office a
pleasant visit.



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and those sharp, shooting,
agonizing pains drive you
almost crazy, take Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills,
and get relief. They drive
out the pain by their
soothing effect upon the
nerves. When taken as di-
rected they are harmless,
and leave no bad after-ef-
fects. That's the reason
they are so popular with
all who use them. Your
druggist can tell you what
others in your locality
think of them.
"1 IQq{ltivly tytnk tas t Dr. MiUe
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It stremgthens and vitalleg
With old age comes feebleness and
loss of power; the blood Is thin and
digestion weak.
Viaol repairs worn tissues and
checks the natural decline. It tones
up the digestive organs, aids asiml-
IsatUon, makes rich, red blood, and
strengthens every organ In the body.
In thls natural manner Vinol replaces
weakness with strength.
Vinol contains all the medicinal
elements of cod liver oil Ia a concen-
trated form, taken from fresh cods'
livers, the useless oil elfMInated and
toolc Iron added.
Try it on our guarantee.

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


C. F. FLIPPER
SHOEMAKER
36>7 < !N'I'(ON N 'i'.

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


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Can be built to
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STHE BUTLER HOUSE.
Known Heretofor as the NanekN Hoene.
Opposite the
State Capitol
TALLAHASSEE, - FLORIDA.
Mrs. M. C. Butler,
Propklietor. ..

Special Rates to Legislators on
. Application. .
s $Sseso3 3goo $ a$ 3a1& *s3aessesso g9


A1 Public Benefactor.
SWhat the Thomasvllle Chiropodist
,is able to corrects
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perp ing Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.


rlesa than, To The Public.
MHaving suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now Lbelag free from
erts uch pain, I mot cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cu of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodat, of Thomasville Ga.-Macon TKkm .
GENT. HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistofflce, Macon,


40-tf Centreville. - Florida.


Jelh. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WHM6T and BLACKSMITH.


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


X portion of the public
patronae Is solicited
and satisfaction uara.n
teed.


J. HO HRTON

104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tining,Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

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


Plumbing a Sp ly.


BEAUTY DOeTOR.
Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dess-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wavea spedalty.

I A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seekishe
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within,.and prim and comely wiest
in head hands and feet.Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nailsis ;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every d: i r
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.


Dr. Robert Williams,
Surgeon *hlropodist Masseur.


Telephone 232 731 North Madison St.
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Old Kemper Livery Stables.

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palaed to learn of the death
I D. Ball at his residence
city, n the night of 17th
1,e ay Mr. Ball and his
of a wife and two
i redants of Tallahaumee
a and1 l 04 loved by a bhot of
who sympathize with his wife
In their bereavement.
the time of his death Mr. Ball
an office, that of inspector of ten-
Il~ i in New York city.
A FkiEND.
W. L Taylor and family left for
yesterday, where Mr. Taylor
we the management of Mr. S. A.
s. tobseco farm. Mr. Taylor has
tb e able superintendent of the
Star. Mr. Tayors family will
SIn Tallahassee until the nice,
to be erected for them on S.
/ awls' lar"e tobacco farm in Gads-
S.L completed, and their
r ejoice with them in Mr. Tay-
T John Choate. who holds a oit-
W tlha Pwmwaols bank, in the
v ting l his father, mother, sisters
aa y boyhood friends.
The Circuit court of Leon county will
be I a sedion in this city next week. If
r a. yo w of any willful violation of
,:,-. Motion or other laws go before and
report same to the grand jury.
In the upper portion of Leon county
Satusy n a negro from across
r Georgia line shot and killed Levi
a faithful colored employee on
S. Strickland's place. It is re-
I. ted to have been a deliberate mur-
r mer aad the officers are trying to find
S rad reat the murderer.
Read the advertisements carefully.
We have on hand a large stock of fine
Mks-dried 4-inch flooring and ceiling;
al .e and 10 inch finished boards. The
will lease you. Get your order
wle it lasts. Child Bros. Lumber
ML 9
A limited amount of second class 4-
Sfloorin at a very low price at
Br. Lumber Yard. 9


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That's about how rating goes some-
few,,f "'ll do. it for



ay; and what b1they make Oa the

times
But the i saway to reckon: 6 a
aonol. 1he difficulty is in knowing
5 manyU llose.to buy. There's a
way out ethat.
aBuy the least-gallons paint, Devoe,
No matter how much one buy; he re-
turns what's left; costs nothing.
10 F. W. bEVOE & CO.
P. S.--Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
paint.
Seetof Wo 's aClob.
For the benefit of the Woman's Club
there will be a presentation of the ever
pleasmig and always exceedingly attrac-
cive opera "Mikado."
This event is scheduled for Tuesday
niht, May 14, at the Opera House.
il-e members of the east will be those
talented amatuers of Monticello who
recently gave such a fine and succs-
ful presentation of "Mikado" in their
home town.
As the opera house will be under the
patronage of the Woman's Club, and as
all the members are splendid workers
in the interest of the club the attend-
ance will be large. All visitors in Tal-
lahassee will findthis the opportunity for
the enjoyment of a night of satisfacto-
ry entertainment.
SStep Grumbig
if you suffer from Rheumatism or
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment will
bring quick relief. It is a sure cure
for Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted
Muscles and all pains-and within the
reach of all. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00. C.
R. Smith Tenaha, Tex. writes: I have
used Balkrd's Snow Liniment in my
family for years and have found it a
fine remedy for all pains and aches. I
recommend it for pains in the chest."
Sold by all druggists. *I
DOES THIS SUIT YOU?
Tallahassee Drug Company, the en-
terprising druggists of Taslnh.see Fla.
are having uch a large run on "11N-
DIPO," the new Nerve Tonic and Re-
storer, and hear it so highly praised
, that they now offer tI guarantee It in
every ease to cure all forms of Kidney
Troubles and Nervous Disorders.
They pay for it if it does not give
you entire satisfaction.
If you use it, it is at their risk, not
yours. A 50-cent box, Blue Lable Ex-
tra Strength, $1.00, will put life in a
dead one. Sent by mail under positive
guarantee. No.3.
Last Netie to Taxpayers.
As the time is up and I will soon be
compelled to close my City Tax Bookse
I now give full and free notice that all
who do not settle up promptly may ex-
pect to see their property advertised.
Pay up and save an additional expense
for cost of advertising.
C. Z. Fenn,
9-tf City Tax llector.


Years from the date leMM pMt shall be grant.-
adtoit.
The buslaaestof bae econduct-.
ead bya boaud 1t nnot-n W
thea thswe r m A President. a
ma l'Ned by the
SraSan shD be amnuallr by the
th sa
the bel. lshl


onstitute the
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The Maid s huueeb to the folowig
cost.tute h. .ia.v shares.m
The highest -t s tohM- mto whioh
th oomper en Qt uarMbesc two shlf shall
beIn wite whof tea m tio d subscri-k.
b.
The mid oundM Ul to the following
amounts otof dt theett


o L. oe. Hi. Rem, Tqlnymt. yo la ne t polkr -
ber hae ,. hewto -witw te e gmd
AIn o h ebt10 ato .dAI a ( And lo:
Bn W. Cobb.
twnon CeO bigH.d Cobb.
NL. UIU*l Willians.
10-st Lt. L Harlran.
6UARdIAW"$ -OTICl*.
LOTIC.E IS wim Qivm~ TO WHOM rr
Sma wl thesm the muatn a the stb .
of Lo M. Btes tintlM Iqte. maTe npota-
ties to the hMtr iad L a rountr., And a
at his oI-liUM eot I th mthe city of Tal-
ihaon A at
o'clock a. L., a' aa tt-t a uan bL
hea the sthatat to ose a tt the riht, titue
and InteMt. to-wits h Mt ean undivided
at his fe f neroBe harter nd ithenortah.
ova-t teo t qt uaerM Lreora M: ROm.
lnmseat, aor nm to wnitrp o m-Atutd. 7 a tone
hear d. fM tm-ity tela Ia at of trtidg. dioe
A etton th -touM). Audalsosallof
meUa mwetem f r. stanmthoat the .oA. L.
rwar; Mtwo eme *nBPOMe being in town
"wt- or athM e hMm quarter. The
ast half of the rtha quarter. The north-
west quarterloo at s tmet quion er. Thennorth-
east uterfthe timwest quarter. And all
otbemd seiM to the laceibegiing
aT oU ha t t he m Utht equaet quar.
ter. bm a mrEAR t. AustinB mad. and all
of at amtl- t aet of tU h thwsMt quar.
ter. B- -i fU at.8 A ta road; all
beai ti- tmur t in town" m e aoeth.
an oo d A ll that Part of the wt
heao M thsrth *s t uartr, oddf 1te north.
quarter of the so ot quarter of ectin twe
t-one towur In tow ahi one uth. rae eonst
emt aerelde asa not includadIn the follow-.
iul diait. to-wit; estate of L norea esw Infant.
Mefr, alen run st fourt
tad jog-heht Omw hundredths eA*.n then
moth tot A=t. Aumrtine iadlmu then wetrty
Twon aid etiful lots ato te Pan lacea b rinn.
Th esth Wat of the southwest quarter: and
the we- ealf ofMo wet half of the southwest
quarter of tM qioutheMt quarter of setion twen-
tyone jla tvInip o outhalls house d-at;
doesuavr nd. ndd, 179 High Stareet,
morane, N. A GARET
Gowara of thM e tate of LornaU M. Roe. Infant.
7-6t

Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs,
one ndjeinr Mr. Hall's houe. Ad-
dr= avMmi. % rond, 179 High Street,
Orang% N. J. 9-tf


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MANUFACTURERS OF AND DnALR5 IN

HIGH GRADE MACHINERY
Pri em ad Spoifleations Upon Reqaet.


AS PRETTY AS A MIU
a woman can make herself whe Mb .;.
adorns herself with tasteful sad \
some jewelry. Ihavealleltels A X
signs in chains, collars, broocebes
pinls s well as all kinds ofd "
stones set in unique designs for
al adornment or wedding gifts.
P. T. NICHOLSON, 9 |


A Cup of Whiee.BeMeWor Stee L

is what goes straight to the hewt b
every man at breakfast tUro, and M
one knows that only good ge IMe b
good coffee. We take speelal pr&ie
our brands, as they have masid
store famous. Just as good as the eo.
Sfee we sell arse te, which vpe lip
holds good throughout our -ntire st*M.
g We sell nothing but the best Ao feed
products-thoe we have tested r-
selves, and so can stand by them.
<^S ^ (on y ~J. W. CoLuNis, GreMr.



Happy Colors
You know that there are colors which ignf dnese, tin wieh
Indicate happinese-but do you ever stop to think ow fM peple
made sad or glad because of the colors?
You know that children and flowers thrive best In
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshie I your
S own home, then-why not let us sho* you how to jo




SD B having your wall decorated
w th Ala tine you will make
able, more sanitary, and"will
make your home a mowenehse-
ful place to liveln. Ltusshow
you how easy and e oew
Alabastimne Is, and how thde
,- /t\ ferent tints and st"eWdld do
signe can bt combined to


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STHE FLORIDA MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION.

Special Tallahassee Division.


L. C. YAEGER, President.


Thos. B. Byrd,


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


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


HOME.


R. J. Evans,
Oscar VanBrunt.


SAFE.


A. A. Marphree,


CHEAP.


Ferm 15 to W, Class 1, 2.50-......Annual does, $ .76 From 40 to 46, Clasm 5, $4.50-......Annual doe, $1.25
Itm N to 80, Class 2, 8.00......Annual doam, .75 From 45 to 50, Clas 6, 6.00...... Annual dos, 1.26
Vfrma 0 to 36, Clai 8, .50......Annualdus, 1.00 From 50 to 6S, Class 7, 6.00......Annual does, 1.50
1 6 6 to 40, Class 4, 4.00-.....Annualdoes, 1.00 From 56 to 00, Class 8, 7.00...-..Annual dues, .00

Initiation is paid but once no assessment except in case of a death in yuor
division, when each member is assessed $1.15. A division is 1000 members all
equal with $1000 of insurance each, with a fair, equal chance to help each otherO at
st.. You can get in now as charter member at cost.

I tv agwnts wanted, addsrm

I L. N. MILAM, Tallahasssee, Pla.


Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the MIll.
I AM THE

TIMBER CART
MAN.
I build them under a
Guarantee,havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.

ALEX WADDELL,
BAKER.
Choice Fmesh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
. co.d
J. W. COLLNS & CO.


lorMa, hawl te amount fd traMa eUw
t the a Oua etaM e as o aa eeUns el
to bealestd tu the e t r US?,
hmuesr-mMMatei the aiM to9e U m
hujadbr wMh Amob tasa have ben lij-
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o Tax T ..e.... ..... .. ......
APPORTIONMKNT

a.'t.*S a te AprU l.t. 1W7 ILM.a

An't Paid to April eIt. 1W MM
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te Pny Lace Curtains.


W E have just opened up a New and
Beautiful Line of High Orade
Lace Curtains, prices range from $480
to $12.50 a pair. Ask to see them -


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Porch


Shades.


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Prepare for the hot weather by hav-
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. -


D. R.Cox Furniture Co.


There's Just


This About It:


No Man1 on EarthI ICan do more than offer to re-
No Mani on Ii arth place any defective part of the
vehicle he has sold you -if its guaranteed. But there are very
few men who will back their vehicles with a guarantee because
they know the materials and workmanship are a "bit shy" in
quality. You :want to dodge such goods or you lose out-the
dealer dosent. - -

Y u W ^n' Find "hedging" in our place-We
You Wont,*l & Kow Our Buggies and Wag-
ons. Only manufacturers of the best vehicles made can get us to
carry their goods and we're willing to pass the good work to you
WI*h ao Gate, Too


We Can Afford to ido this because
we're seldom calleil upon to replace
defective parts.


Now Honestly, Don't YOU Think Your Next Order Ought to Go to the


MAN WHO MAKES GOOD?


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COLUMBUS BUGGIES
Worlds Standard.


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MILBURN WAGONS
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