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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 17, 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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TAUHi

~Gv'~mnt;I~ ty In uboli otft..:


FRIDAY MAY 17, U


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justice to AloIs~psIaIr to mop.w


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ma St" m Em- -wbe
ihusl s of the
1- death of our
ed -am so-
.8 41 M Dhim
d stles and mto
momk a bl ,caami-
olede. do#*at* ow


oM ear of
b for so
;Mwnpr
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t faevwr" an
stk himw"a of
Skeen e falo that
has agin sought
in our midst.
-i the woeful heart,
Or a t of living,
-Ap a U away
,d AthU e that's worth the giving."
,$A' LOVO menuOT.
::^w rv- mmbar with 0 lovk
t re kind ormalls, the gentle
fr aef Iig help and the cheery
owfriAd in the "old familiar
M t fig the asperites of
B^ i'tamm.-Lethha waters aught

It lof e slie so lived
e iof f a"Itfiion
or his cause never out-
B 4b professionaleourtesy. His
was free and open. %e said
: wht be meant, and meant wat he
e ald. He was manly and without the
: tohui of hypocrisy. To the younger
m' leDrs of the profession he was eon-
Iiera and kind. His industry was
L marvelous. his methods scholarly and
tis research beyond the ker. of most
ce-laborers.
He has left in the hearts of those
who knew him a void hard to fill, and
goesto his "dreamless rest" honored
u a remembered; be it therefore re-
: AN IRREPARABLE LOSS.
FIRST-That in the death of Col. A.
W. Cockrell the profession, the city and
S the state have sustained an irrepara-
bloe
SECOND -That his professional and
private character were such as to com-
imend him as an example for emulation
to all, and his life so lived as to be a
esure to his friends and a pride to
a peple.
TH~iID-That the qualities of heart
and mind that illustrated his life live
after him in impressions that do not
fade, and fhfluences that are felt day
by day as his example is called to mind
FOURTH -That as a mark of respect
to ouear deceased brother these resolu-
tie s be by the order of the court
speed upon the minutes of the court
and that copies thereof be sent to the
daiy papers in the city of Jacksonville
for publication.
Respedetfully submitted
WILLIAM B. YOUNG,
JoHN E. HAwrmmoD,
C. M. CoomCommittee

*t Belief frem hesmatle Palms.
S** have suffered with rheumatism for
er tw year," says Mr. Roled Cur.
mau trolman, of Key West. Fla.
S*eLame ea it ettled in my kees and
hmml M se I could badly at at otU.
S It would be feet and
Sagtwheo I was Ain sevef pa
101a-fte" ltz witfewet to the
^ hueare d eanse with a
ashAAA A AR I


UtM the xp Men of some views on
e-way not be oat of place.
, f i appear to me to be some
First. it is na o et violation of the
Afteenth amndmnt to the constitu-
tion of the United 8tatea. which is the
paamount law. The suggestion that
e eourt of the United States,
after reeofnalsIg the validity of that
proviso of the- tttion various
oases for many years, will now hold it
invalid, sems to me scarcely worthy ot
serious coideration. I have never
doubted the right ot a State to seeode
from the Union up to the t4pe it was
decided adversely by the a et of
armnns, but have never believed that a
State had the right to nullify a law of
the general government, as was at-
tempted South Carolina in resistance
to a tart aet, and afterwards by a
umber of the Northern States o re-
sistane to the constitutional provision,
and aet of (ptres in puraae there-
of for the retqaof fugitive slaves.
he option of the pro-
t would evidence a de-
oft of the men
eh could nt nutmiltex astf
the interest of the State, whin h has
heretofore been the beanficary of ex-
tensive aid from it.
Third. It would furnish excuse and
encouragement to the dominant party
in Congrei to continue the effort to
cut down our representation by elimi-
nating the negro population from the
count.
Fourth. Even if the proposed amend-
ment to the Florida constitution could
The negroes i the State can scarcely
be conidereond a polite every factor, very
few of them ngagflict or an politics or vote.
This has resulted principally from the
adoption of the Austrwe -ballot and
the poll tax psufficiently serious as it is. Let.
Fifth. Nstwith etaa colonization
schemes the ngro wi us, and. in
my opinion, is here to stay. He furn-
iushe a usefulnnecessaril y element more
labor for Southought thandustries. Both en-
races occupy the same territory, and mis
while not tolerating anything tending
to social equality, it is the duty of ased
good citimena to do everything proper to
avoid race conflict or anthese vonis for. The
negro question which we have to deal
witch is sufficiently serious as it is. Lhey may bet
us avoid unnecessarily rendering it more
so.Jacksonville, May 6.
I have always thought that the en-
franchi Wesent of the negro was a mis-
take, but for the foregoing reasons I
believe the adoption of the proposed
amwhen I comment at thiced time would be un-
fortunate, and submit these views for
buch consideration as they may be
worth.
Jacksonville, May 6.
at and Dcomplaint o aray.
"I owe a debt of gratitude that can
never beaid off," write Se G. S. Clark,
of Westeld, Iowa "for my rescue
from death, by Dr. king's New Discov-
ery. Both lungs were so seriously af-
fected that death seemed imminent,
when I commenced taking New Discov-
ery. The ominous dry, hacking cough
quit before the first bottle wa used,
and two more bttld made a complete Jst
cure." Nothing has ever equaled New
Discovery for coughs, told and all
throat and lung complaints. Guaran-
teed by all druggists. 5k. and $1.00 Trial
bottle free.e
The Kapos-ltle City.
'A Palace by the Sea." Such is the
next of the New York Sunday World's
series of color pictures of the James-
town Exposition at Norfolk. Artist
Bledermann has caught the fleeting at-
mosphere of this Southern scene and
pictured it with als brush. The World's
ture are accurate reproductions of
the above paintings. Buy next Sun-
day's World and get a copy of one of
these pictures.
Mr. T. R. Hodgeshas resigned his
poeltnq here as agent for the Southern
Express Company, which he held for
some time pa iM and on about June let


Han. W. A l $W Super-
notenmant fof i i twmork i-
Summer a I I It will be
e .vethat he e eto do thl

this state.
FACULTY Or OOWL LOCATED AT
OAMMOMLL.
W. F. Yocum, =D of the Normal
Department of the Udty of the
State of Florida, Psychology,
' hAO.O P


J. H. IWo n, ~~ipal of the
Oeal High i chool, Iural History,
Physical Geography, thmetic I.,
O .
W. H.ograh e. PHr pal of the
Starke High School Lat, Physiology,
Civil Government,
Miss Almena Latoue Summerlin
Institute, U. 8. Hwtory, Florida His-
tory, Political Geography, English
Grammer II.
Mrs. Ella LaF. Hamiton, Principal
of the Primary Department of the
Starke High Scoo, Primary Methods,
Reading.
FACULTY OP SCHOOL LOCATED AT
TALLAXEI0.
L. W. Buchhok Doan of the Nor.
mal Depart of the Florida College for
Womea, Principal, Payhology, Peda-
SC. Bondurant, Professor of An-
ient Lanae l daColleges for
Women, Latin, CtlI Gvernment.
Jerome MAd Pteor ot Natur-
-s aenessa7 odaflge for Women,
Art=ur Wlm s, Professor of His-
,tory, Florida College for Women, Gen-
eral History, U. S. and Florida History,
Political Geography II.
I. I. Himes, Principal of the Palatka
High School, English Literature. Phy-
sieal Geography Arithmetic I.
L. B. Edwards, Principal of the Live
Oak High School. Rhetoric English
Grammer Composition, Orthography.
F. A. Hathaway, Principal of the
Orlando High School,, Arithmetic II.,
Algebra, Geometry, trigonometry.
Miss Rowena Longmire, Professor of
English, Normal )Department Florida
College for Women, primaryy Methodsl,
Reading.
The Faculty of the Teachers' bum-
mer Training School located at the ('ol-
ored Normal School, Tallahassee. will
be announced later
Emancipation Day.
The doing of some public-spirit.dl .act
is an eminently graceful means by which
our colored people of Leon might com-
memorate the anniversaryof their race.
Monuments of their enterprise and
genius are none too prominent in a land
where for well nigh half a century they
have enjoyed the ;advantages andvlopor.
tunities of freedom.
Should they see tit to dedicate Mon-
day, the 20th day of May, 1907-the47th
annual return of the occasion of African
liberty in America. to the planting of
pecan nuts on their own lands and lots
and along margins of public roads and
streets, they would surely effect results
alike honorable to their race purpose
and contributive to public adornment
and benefit. They might thus estab-
lisah an imperishable monument of their
patriotic endeavor that would remain a
matter of pride with their children for
many generations. "SHADE Tait."
A Sigalficant Prayer.
"May the Lord help you make Buck-
len's Arnica Salveknownto all," writes
J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N C. It
quickly took the pain out of a felon for
eande cured it in a wonderfully short
time."Best on earth for sores, burns
and wounds. 25c at all drug stores.
Thought is impossible to fool all the
people all the time, it is easy to fool
h of them long enough to cut a
dah society. #
Try keeping flies off the screen door
by rubblg the framework of the door
over with kerosene omeaoally. The
odor eems to be offensive to flie. Ag-
reulmtist. Yes, but first a et thS
se8sa. There are a number place
in Tahaassae without them, and the
Maret building is yet aereened
Mr. C. D. Stephens made a flying
tnp to 1srala. Ala., Fray night on a
i to home folks dtow e his
brother, . Stephebn, wo has just
returned fum Shangh t CtOa. havir
been b -eeploiof tI.'. "tm
W W Saw 9or S. nest ejM l eie-
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as 3ueiaa em a be- A sesar
Taft fe ar.
61 a, m have an amae-
tour bao o tasuyVr that can
lick m ate And
take anI tain all S aOm
joinipu5iUkllaha-eea-I, Qto
ove, with e. Ot4 t or
base ball a and them work to get
A Ba Ball Club ha been formed to
back support the tam which is to
reasnt old Tallaha-e Now you
help aok the Club up. Y can boa
member if you will only help push the
movement forward.
The players are under many obliga-
tionm to the Fans of last seaon, for the
ready and strong support that they
gave them. They are going to do all
In their power this n to give the
Fans good, clean, am bae ball.
All they need is the proper .b
Shall we have a good team? An -
we do a good t shall we .
our etion to them by letting
them In old patched up suits, as
they did season? There wee no
two suits alike last yar, in fact there
were no two pieces aike.
Help us down the knocker. Put him
out No loyal son of Tallahas~e will'
knock his own team. Wheayou hear
one knocking you can put it down that
he has not subscribed more than a quar-
ter if that much. Rub It into him.
Tell him in plain everyday aoCe,
what he is, and make hi b t.
Shall we sit and ase a noibarim
town put out a good team in spaakig
new suits; and then let our boys strr-
gle out to the grounds in rags to give
you an exhibition?
Just give the boys the proper map-
port and they will put out a team
which will reflect nothing but eredit to
the old base ball history ofTallahasee.
At a recent meeting of the Tala
ee Base Ball Club, Mr. .B. Caaer
was elected manager of the team, An
excellentt man for this position, s Mr.
Caler. He is an old base ball player




ing the first time that the team has
denied the season entirely out of debt.
faithelfu and know tregoo and Treasurer
Tr easurer for thndividuae Club for this Sea.
son.
Everyone is invited to attend the
meetings of the Club; and any support
you lend the boys, they will return it
doubly by good playlu, who erved B. B.
Sore Nipples.a
Any mother who has ad expert act an

pleased to know that a cure may pe
affected by applying Chamberlain's
Salve as soon as the child is done nurs-
ing. Wipe it off invith a soft cloth be-
fore allowings of the babe to nurse. Manyupport



trained thnurses use this salve withurn best
results. For sale by Tallahassee Drug

Circuit Court in Session.
The Spring Term of has eon Circuit
Court convened Mondayt JudgeJohn W.
Malone pre sooding. child is done nur
The urorsal turnhe babe tupo nurompe., Man
a grand jury was made p as follows:ith best
Chas. G. Myers, fore an; seD. R. Cox,
secretary; William Atkinson, B. C.
WilCliams P L Boatwright. Montford
Russell, right Gatlin, W. M. Cats,
Herbert Smpringh, Troup G Page, Charles
C. Moore, Henry HMonawe, E. B John W.er,
JMalon E. Whitin, Geoe W.Grett,
J. H. Williams, Jr, JAtkin R. Brad. C.ley,
Wm. E. Gray. 0
The petit Juors are Edward H. Alford,
Sr., P. T. Mickler. Wm. J. Johnson, E.
G. Crump, L. R. Seabrooks, D. F.
Gramling, 0. C. Combs, L. S. Crump,
S. L. Patterson, L. S. Conner, W. H.
Hopkins, Robt, H. Mickler, W. C.
Tully. Boston Burns, T. P. Barineaut
Andrew Hartefleld, C. E. Sauls and
John Wiggins.
The grand Jury, after being charged
by the Judge, retired to their room,
organized and began work Subp.nas
for a large number of witnesses have
been served and it appears from the
outside as if something will be doing
at this session of the court.
As it will be Impossible to get much
of the proceedings for this week's issue
we leave it all over for next week.
An impromptu dance at the Leon last
Monday night was greatly enjoyed by
all participants. "
Mrs. J. E. Vann. of Waycross ar-
rived Monday. and is visiting her sts',
Mrs George H. Averett, this week.
Mr. and MrU. E. Irving were regis-
tered at the Leon this week. Mr. Ir-
ving is interested in the turpentine in-
dustry.


Mr Beverly, of Apalachicola. has
been thejuest this week of Hon. and
Mrs. Grigeg.
Mrs. d Kelly, who habs been here
a. W


LimN4


.^^ go ^~dli~
Aftm
At a seagse mmmmW
County omleeM
then weae sPOOR
*iw *^* ^**^t i^

of- Bbea t^_J.-_- w~~ar Att
Smith' ,, C wm.Uh" 64 S
J. W. Cobwa .D6
W. A. J -t- 6 1 a hte



ion to
of lstmetinag*.^**
and signed barthoeakal
of Board fort eomelk
enJ. W.CJsws
7rovlison for all the ia-iery
for the lon county It I
moved and carried t OPtM
J. W. Collins have
pairs made to the beks la
Hon. A. L Wilson, a
Gadeden County erdmO
es, met with Les 5 to
the building of th
O00ou.eeriver & ja


A scontra was !t to Memars
Me-i a *pk b,
Bridge at MoCaW's la mnWU a
conee river at $1,24,00.T I
they agree to pay on Ban ILAW



board then adjoued.

muddle has started the peba to ..,



wonderful preparato.
using it. Join the procession
with sickness. Price 6e, 6 -
$1.00. Sold by all druggists.
The mialed.
Munro's Opera House was pakedl to
it& utmost capacity last d -ata
night in honor of the amateur aa'o 8
of our neighboring city who gave To
a rendering of the 'Mikado." Mus ;,
had been told our citizens of the gaNt .
treat in store for them, and for Oa W .
the realization measured up to the in9 *!
pectation. Appropriate scenery* >
beautifully designed costume
a harmonious sitting for ne a
exquisite singing, which would'
done credit to professionals, and
hassee is to be congratulated upo
ing had the privilege of ati
high-class entertainment. It I
gathered by the reporter of t
that the credit of the immense
of this amateur pertormanceB Il '
due to Misses Marie Evans an L
Ulmer of Monticello, who ha v "
throughout shown such unusual egxeot
tive ability.
The whole cast was excellent asd,
showed the result of careful training
the artistic rendering of theirindiv ; *
part, and th True mocrat
rty congratulations upon their
merited success. .
Miss Belle MKinstry of Ganos4K,
has been the guest of Miss Julia K1 ;
nedy for the past few days.
Mears. F. W. Armstron and H. N
Sweating are attending aehd
the Royal Arch Masons at Jak
this week.
Mr. Walter L. Taylor, of
was among his TaltHless fti so
day and Monday. H ly to r
side here until a home, beian built for
them over there, is completed
One of the most eseoyable of the
many social function at the Leo hotel
during the past six weeks was the hop
tended by Miss Clem Hamptoa in
honor of Msa Irene, ag of Sena-
tor and Mrs. H. H. y.
There are so many Leon ountia
attendtg court this week that It
be Impoible to makq personal mention
of ea a e it to say that Talahs .
sesaea are Pleased to welcome andOW
ar especale vited to visit the The
Ye gods I That everlasting pan
Governor Broward's ha a b en eat
a new plaes. We fid "it" or ea i
IIt" i the journal of the hou met
Batrddy. Wouldn't it have b '
ap and quecker to Ihave t -
vrnior have hs way about d
fte all ? It almost seema ws
be rid of it the sooner.-OrblndsDe


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anrn kees the swim down there
iom~allD. -T question now is. will
i-s G r, or veto the bill ?
wim wateh to see what will
outcome of this new Duval mix


jos em et of the lUN and be
made a aspecil pwrt s the pro-
gtes of the work, sad whether
addtional tape wll be aeted for its
epntlinunce and mucIipleomi In aceord-
anet with the terms of the resohltlon
under which the U comattse was cr-
ated, or make report of its incomplete
tranaetios and ask to be disbhdrged.
The dispositio of the Farris bill,
looking to the abolishment of the Board
of Trustees and the winding up of the
trust In the courts. naturally depends
upon the report of the investigating
committee. Unless the investigation
is completed at this session aad in time,
the Legislature cannot intelligently set
upon that very important measure.
The shameful treatment which the
committee has received would natuaally
impel its members to abandon their
task in disgust -and this, perhaps, was
the purpose of such treatment-but
they have very wisely sad very proper.
ly put the whole matter up to the Leg.
islature, which body, as the repromet-
atives of the people, Isoet decide what
shall be done. If the Legislature does
not want the investigation perfected,
after ordering it to be made aad pro.
viding for a part of the expse, the
committee will be instructed to wind
up its work, less than half finished, and
will then be discharged from further
duty in the premises, thus turning the
whole matter into a disgraceful farce.
If, on the other hand, the Legislature
desires to have properly completed the
task which it set for the committee to
perform, the order may be for the
committee to be extended fof asuffi.


- a5 pamus queen taa
A 6ha been sd to
pam. A manof
AB "Colate moral charLfMr
onl in h own
but f Metalsl. l nma whowB
eAt himself nor dgrade the
hh t Governor, or a lower ofile
ofl o It by bribery, vote buying,
whi tWttg. or any other t w
d am method of gaalnng a po .-
a man who will stand the
S of any Governor of an State in
Union whom we a6 not be
haed or make apologies for.
Is there any such man around here t
Let him stand up and show himaelf.-
Orlando Reporter-Star.
Florida has had some that come
very*nea', if not quite up, to your high
standard, and two of them are yet liv-
inag, Governors Fleming and Bloxham.
The True Democrat believes others
could be furnished. We believe Hon.
Fred. T. Myers, of this city, or Dr. E.
8. Crill, would come near what is sorely
needed in Florida at this time. We are
sure they would carry dignity to the
Governor's office, and no Floridian
could or would doubt that either of
them is "educated sufficiently to use
the English language correctly and ad-
dress himself intelligently to all public
quations of State, etc." They have
the "experience and moral character
and uprighthess in person and ideals,"
and no influence in the world could in-
duce either of them to do a low or un-
clean thing for political victory. Now,
let Florida select one of the character
you mention in the list above. Florida
has more of them, and the True Demo-
crat does not in this wish to cast re-
flection on any name that has been


of LAMs C- -.

Talahaeee, Frida, Mar 17, 7.


"Pruits of toil may taste of the soil,
but they are healthful "
-.- olk,
"Give and forgive and let other folks
live, for to bear and forbear, will lift
oai s of care."
lx-Governor William S Jennings has
been spending some days at the Capitol
again this week.
Hon. Charles Dougherty has been
among the public men and Tallahassee
friends again this week.
"Every dog might have his day" if
there were not more dogs than days-
and there are too many kinds and such
a variety of dogs.
"Beacham talks."-Orlando Record.
Yea, ad he has talked some to the
peoat too, and there are many Florid-
, Isa who like the way he does talk.
Ben. John W. Henderson is making a
good record in the Senate and l on
county is proud of the fact that he
ranks among the best and most useful
of the Senamors.
There is general pleasure and rejoicing
that Hon. Engene ,. Matthews, speak-
or qf the House ot Representatives has
gotten well and in again able to preside
and attend upon his duties in the leg-
islature. . .
Hon.. S. R. Mallory, S. 7M. Spark-
man, Samuel l'asco and Robert W. Da-
vis, statesmen who will always be loved
and admired by Florkdians, were among
the most prominent Floridlans to visit
kss this week.
When you have a good thing, push it
along for all it's worth. We are trying
to push a good thing for you In the
True Democrat, give all the encourage-
onmt and patronage you can, and we
will give you the beat local newspaper
Tallahassee ever had.
The True Democrat enjoyed a pleas-
ant visit from Editor F. B. Stoneman,
of that excellent newspaper, the South
Florida Record, of Miami. this week.
Mr. Stoneman was in Tallahassee on
business connect with county division
of his county.
The True Democrat has said befor,-,
and It will bear repeating, for it is
good and true, that the newspaper
men members of the legislature are all
"to the good," for they are working
Sdilgently for the passage of laws that
leeks to the betterment and upbuilding
of Florida, and are always on the right
e of religious, moral and temperance
qAastiona. The press of Florida, we
!f I ee, will always feel proud of its
|l t of the present legislature.
|. ', oplFear the Politicians" is a
Slapge aare head in yesterday's Jack-
mvllle Metropolls, on the subject of
tMe sew charter amendment recently
Spaused by the Legislature, and which
i..to now awaiting the signature or the
veto of Governor Broward. The bal-
Samoe of the State is waiting to see
| what kind of "politics" Is going to be
Sthe outcome of It. 'Tis true the peo-
Spie f Florida are beginning to "fear"
de kind of "politics" that has been
dished up in public affairs in recent
yeat for "rotten polities" is being
ia xd into almost everything under the
in, moon and stars nowadays.
The Duval Representatlves on Mon-
Sday put through the Legisiature an
Saminadment to the City Charter of
SJakaonville, and now there is a "Howl
ti e. Rome" about it, and the Metrop-
el. says it was done "without a word
of warning and without consulting the
SbsinessInteaests of that city." It Is
disse of our affair, and we shall not
Leemient much on the wherefores of it.
bt It does seem to people generally
it is best to elect all kind of om-.
gby a vote ol the people, and does
uyesr Board of Trustees and Hon. J.


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cient length of time to enable it tocom- mentioned as a possible candidate.
plete the work, for its report to be pre- They are good men, perhaps, every one
pared and presented to the proper off- of them.
cial, and for the committee, after thus TRZ WAILES CLAIN.
complying with the order, to be dims- T a WA ibuLAe.
charged (Tampa Tribune.
Instead, however, of taking definite The Tribune is glad to see the Talla-
action in the premises, the House, for hassee True Democrat speak so truly
its part, appointed another committee and so strongly with regard to the stig-
to investigate the work of the com- ma being placed by her legislators upon
mittee Florida through their continued neglect
THi GOSPEL TRUTH. to pass an act for the relief of Col. S.
"The trouble about our country today I. Wailes Every one concedes the fact
is the fact that it is cursed by too much that his claim is righteously due him,
politics, and a strong sentiment has and there can be no excuse to delay its
arisen all over the country against this payment. The liquidation of a debt by
tropols. lle Me a sovereign state is a matter of honor
That in putting a "heap in a little," and therefore moet sacred.
or "much in small space" and tells the "Every Floridlan should feel humill-
truth well. But is it not time a substan- ated, says the True Democrat, "that
tial remedy should be applied for it ? up to this date not a single step that
Has not the time about arrived for cut- this newspaper is aware of, and the
ting politics out of our most important legislature is now better than half gone,
public affairs ? Shall politics be al. has been taken to correct one of the
lowed forever to interfere with impor. greatest public wrongs that was ever
tant legislation as evidences of it every put upon thefair name of this state. The
day now crap out, and do we not see failure or refusal to come to an honora-
"ear marks" of it in many measures ble settlement or compromise with Col.
that have come up before the present S. I Wailes. puts us squarely and flat-
legislature ? Take several measures footed as repudiators, and it cannot be
thlat have ?bn before the Legislature, irubbIl out, as the matter still stands.
that have been before the Legislature, This writer has noqaorA personal inter-
and others that hare still pending, those et in that case than any othernal inor-
providing for Insurance Commissions et intht ca than oth Flor-
and School Book Commissions, do they Idlan has or should have, but for the
not all look to securing opponents for sake of honesty, decency, and the fair
political workers and building up of name of our native andgreat state we,
political machinery to give more lati- with many, yes, many of Florida's beet
tude to political henchmen that will men, deplore the rank injustice and dis-
cause things to be cursedd by too much grace, if you please, that hangover us,
p,,lites" even more than of yore ? To from the way Col. Walsleand the Beard
be brief and to the point, is it not about estate has been treated in this matter,
time forth better elementof theDem- since through their work and Colonel
ocratic party to select for all the ofees Wailee' money that large amount was
from justice of the peace in the count. turned into the state treasury, and their
th to the Governor's office, the very contract not being arrived out and their
best and purest men-men who will be commission paid them. We may con-
above political schemes aud jugglery, tinue to refuse to give them just,
and who will work for the general and but the stigma can never be removed
bset interests of the whole people, who until justice is done. "
will think and act less as to how it will The True Democrat is now pleased
help and affect our politics. Iet the that The Tribune has spoken on the
days of the political schemers nd above subject. Do se m to uas that a
bosses be brought to a close. large majority of Floridians should feel
-~We he -e yor. outraged over the matter and lend a
we have heard severalofour citizens hand in righting a great wrong and in-
warmly advocating Captain J. L. In-
glis for Governor. While we are not justice. ____
of the opinion that Captain Inglis could A Tallahassee correspondent, who is
be persuaded to enter the race we feel
sure that If he should he would be well on the grounds -'the watch tower as it
supported in Dunnollon.---Dunnellon were'--says "the moet indefatigable
Advocate. lobblests the Legislature have to con-
And so he would in many other points tend with i State Officals, or some of
in Florida. Let as many of Florida's them," and that is true, and it has
best men be mentioned as may, but for been true, that some ex-oflcials were
heavens sake let Floridians select and in evidence at the last session and are
elect one ot the very best next time. o again this. Beauty about it is, they
and some of the best are occasionally have had "tab" kept en them, and it is
being talked of. Let's not have the mis- pretty generally know who they are
takes that have boon made in recent and what they are after. Probably
years repeated. Let the next Governor they will hear from some of it again
of Florida be above schemes and echem- when the campaign for r-eleetlsn
ers, at beet -one., too, who will take eomes on.
the people into his confidence in every. Rush of work business
thing - --maMtters have caused the neglect to
Mr W.R. Wilson is confined to his make local and peoisal mention of '
bed with an attack of rheumatism. many little occurreaeo tis week. I


snd in the future ear ballot will not be
in yard or more slUps. The lw -
awended provides that the tteot
be printed in one or meot eooams, ad
this will make tickets me e oov -Ienit
to handle.
Mra. Lelian Bronk av r
rainedmrmse aNwe Tl .w
e of th Hs oRr ssm *s,
Whe has had an tteek m .
Go to CeaIsaboryo P ebp .


great sufferer the past week from
lumbago, but the veteran stat&eman
from Gadeden has remained at his post
in the Senate when he should have
been in bed.
A correspondent to the Ocala Daly I
Banner suggests Capt. John L. lagliUs
of Dunnea.i for Governor. Mighty
od man, sad the Demoerat would be
be pleased to msehim governor of lor-
b. iLa wealk make a sattwstim ia
TaUsahas e ts t would reafltam t to i
-ometWo.-Lv Oak Desmerat.


T,. am 5 the Iut.4 s
Fm .nwec ,. il05.


saw Itself In mies
aeresof MlIa tn i Msatniig d

cumbered with a debt for whl t
eourt was about to eat ti while a
der the hammer. Thei rst e O to

used only for purposess of resl e
and drainage" or whether, thehe
er sense,they had been given to the
State by the general government for
"purposes of internal improvement."
At that time the "internal improve-
ment" whereof the State stood moet
urgently in need was a system of rally
roads-there-were then thirty miles of
railroad in operation in the State. Af-
ter careful examination of the law, the
board decided that the State held the
lands in fee as a gift and coud usethem
absolutely for development and im-
provement, a view which the Supreme
Court of the United States confirmed in
cases brought from other states. Out
of this view the modern Florida as
we know it was born.
The first step was to clear off the
debts and that was done by the Disston
sale which was barely in time to save
the bequest from the hammer of the
Federal Court's auctioneer, the sale
having been already decreed. Next
came the policy of bringing capital to
the State by donations of this land
which the State could not sell, could
not tax and could not settle, a policy
which has put every farm and garden
of the state within reach of a shipping
station.
The attempt to reverse this policy,
the claim that the deeds to the lands
given by the Board with the sanction
and at the order of the Legislature,
were void; the effort to sell them at
private sale to favored parties and de-
vote the proceeds to an impossible and
impracticable effort at drainage lands
not needed under the plea of "saving
them for the people," aroused a pub-
lic feeling which finds expression in the
Farris bill.
Whether the bill becomes a law or
not, there must now be some settle-
ment of the questions brought into liti-
gation. Should the Legislature fail to
act the holders of these lands will be
forced to ask confirmation of their ti-
ties from the Federal Courts and the
State be at the cost of endless litiga-
tion. Having decided that the State
had the right to dispose of the lands as
it has done, the Supreme Court must
finally hold that the titles given are
valid, but afterwards will come the dif-
ficulties as to which of the claimants
holds a prior title and which of these is
the owner where the grants overlap
each other; finally the question as to
what the State must pay in damages to
those gratees for whom no land will
remain in the last division.
Undoubtedly the State has failed to
draw exact lines in eliminating its
grants-this was necessarily so when
the surveys lacked both care and agree-
ment among themoeleves; it isalsotrue
that the land were valued by the gran-
tees less for themselves than for the
foundation of credit in the money cen-
ters of this country and Europe. It is "
best that these questions be settled
now. before the lands grow enormously
in value and pass into the hands of third
parties-it is well also to remove their
care from theim hands of a Board which
denies the act of its predecesors and
claims the right to dispose of them by
methods plainly unfair and indicative
of a desire to give special favors. To
escape litigation the holders of great
bddles of land will now concede much
and may agree among themselves so aas
to inflict a minimum of loss on the
State, when a delay and further divis-
ion could easily make the final decision
more difmcult.
Senator James 3. Broomoe has been a


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sIrateiqesatm thisre t b a e"

bhe liberroller's Inm pint a rtl s
he monh lthe G: e ha) d. ls

anto e erest a fIrtwom all

Floarid had M to 8ap riae. It-willihe i
setalh repo t th expenses of

Luavinf avwlable funds oi t$he LqM

Appropriations contsmp sited
passed by this Legislatue o orawo
00.



Legislature appeal to be ali*tad toa
be liberal in making ate rda.ito
without any astuialo oweo a of B ,W
much money the State at Bills hr
appriations for enormous patmnbs wel
being introduedL; and bellevte as I do,
that the business of the Sae io aibe
ducted in busmakinsg ao raI I
thought peanrhap that it wo ld be woll
to know how much neoey the as atei e
Florida had to appropriate. It will be
seen by this report that It fall theabo
ures that are now before ty.L
ture carrying appropriate ontas sth-
pas,th th the State of Flodae, wt Is

$577,700.00, because the bill osi
appropriation of $100,000.00 forW i&
ing an annex to the State eGpWite byas
defeated in the Senate yesterday.
"The constitution of our Sate o Tpro.
hibits the aIssuingpot boa or be wllog
money, therefore, the only thvie, that,
can be done it all these appie t
that are pending should be pasti d, will
be to put the Stateon a script b ud si
we would have to asees hihe r"axon
to meet this enormous deficit.
"I am in favor of making 0 mtually
necessary and worthy spil aro
but I am unalterably opposed to Ma.
ing the State into debt and |t
taxes for any purpose unless it be &bo
lutely necessary.
"With this condition of affairs star-
ing' the Legislature in the fce* it is
necessary for us to carefully consider
all means, ures and keep within the bon
of the State's financial eonditioA This
threateneddeficit must be avoided, sa

Legislature is familiar with our Ana -
coe and resources that we will conduct
our financial affairs upon a absinsal
like bass and make only such appro.



The Jacksonville Metropolis, of e nab.
day, brought the news that "A. K.g
Taylor, a cartoonist, and Alfred St.
Clatheir-Abrams, editor of the Tava-
Herald, charged with criminally libel-
ling ex-Governor W. S. Jennings, ap.
peared, through their attorneys, befe
the Criminal Court ofaRecord of Duval
county that morning and entered a psle
of noloo contenderes," which meest


the exGovernor in an issue of the Taro-
bare Hweald, of t eptemier 21, all wo
per The Metropolls los Me its art cal

on the subject by saynew "the As hs
ed olo, a nd ex-Governor Janaleitns s
adicatea. This wad it allof thate th ea
g oveoor d ,and his friedsls p

be ltisedso We gleso tlny bre
redpay : Now it the pedoneo
board woinld rodt the aeor, all wual
their thast offoni, and a peteeon aea-
that tey, thedfndeant*, wee abet
citisops of Floride cakgs oldey be so-
ared prayix g for a amittane of thea
Ane* durad gofod bepmvior."
Senator aend ary' a new to
the election law has pssed both a












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Vi., and return, account of
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lde- to allow their patrons to
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; kets from Portsmouth.
Setal round trip rates from some
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,, Ma : Jacksonville, 13.75; Lake
75 ; Live Oak, J18.75; Madi-
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AK6 Gainesville, $15.15,
7& $16.55; Tava-
70.0 Orlando,
. ; P0; lant City,
STama, '7.66 Manates,
S P$lmtto, o18.60; Bradentown,
lilNE0 a Mota, $18.70.
S Wh these races are announced for
the erate Veterans they are
E one to public
S The Iabord has issued a very at-
'. ta e and expensive folder devoted
to this occasion. Copies of this
folder and other information can be ob-
talned on application to any Seaboard
agent or to S. C. Boylston. Jr.. assist-
;' t general passenger agent, Jackson-
, ille, Fls. ^^^^
ca e of R heaatUsm.
Mr. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga,
Teon., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
e t of the muscles, so that it was use-
S sefor work," he say "I applied
S hamberlan's Pain Barn and wrapped
th arm in flannel at night, and to my
to be plfoun wid that the pain gradually
woost and the strong th returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
and has not since returned." if
=edwith rheumatism try a few ap-
f* p~eatl sofPain Balm. 70usarecer-
rima to h P d with the relief which
it affords. For sale by Tallahassee
DrugCo. ______
hi fch msem
St M. E. church, South, i. s.
Patterson, Pster.-Services Sundayat
11 a. a and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep-
.' y League,L ou p. m. lor Ep
League, 4.00 p. m. AR members
r dto atten. The public &p.
rager specially invited to worship
Presbyterian Church. Rev. Win. H.
"i Pastor.- service at 11
S'e' s k a and at 800 o'clock p. m.,
sermons by the pastor. abbath school
at 9.4 a. a.,
Firs Baptist Church. Rev. J. B.
Stt, pastor. BServices: Sunday at 11
a-. sr. sad 8:80 m.; Bible school, 9:45
S i oaer L Y. P. U, Friday at 8 p. m.;
Sa Praise service Wednesday
at rUpM-.
8- Jo's0 01Mok a nl Church, Rev.
SD.W. H. Crr, .-c-Services:
Bor Ds, holy co1mmn-
.eame M. d ndays, 8 11 a. m.
Prlda ~m. St.M -pm
-ervis: Sundays,
Y- dilta-&feres are held
Sy1 e'.ock a m.n the
m, a o y, et the build-
,i Wetda tiM h s oC 110 o'clock

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GOOD NEWS.
We will this week commoence the
manufacture of cementsidewalk blocks.
We will make only a first claw block
and they will be igii w stMi
by the masnufatves. 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 qtate 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.
5-tf GILMOts & DAVIs Co.
Tehalcal aducatten for Flenda
Touths
Under the operation of existing law,
relating to instituting of learning
with state supervision, most successful
conditions are obtained, never-the-less,
purposes academic, and classical, of our
several admirably conducted institutions
fall short of practical industrial results,
needed properly to equip our young
people for effective contention with
life a requirements in their home en-
vironment.
Conditions in Florida just now, re-
quire the services of technically trained
experts.
Employment of ignorance in perform-
ance of methods in any department of
industrial endeavor, is entirely inexpe-
dfent. Intelligent, accurate, sense ot
things, and skilled expertness in their
direction, has become essential.
Florida is peculiarly conditioned with
relation to Industrial and commercial
enterprises. Agriculture, Horticulture
Forestry, Lumbering, production of
Naval Stores, mining of Phosphates,
Clays, and road making materials,
Fidng, catching of Sponge, Turtle,
and Oysters, Hydrolustic engineering
in drawing, reclaiming and irrigating
lands. Improving Harbors and water-
ways are at present chief employment
offeringr. These are the natural here-
tages of our children who should be
taught to value and eficiently explore
them.
In dealing with all of these fifteen
problems, technical knowledge proves
of greatest use, in view of which fact,
it seems that our state must procure an
establishment within her borders of
opportuninities of "technical eduoatlom
for those of our children aspiring to
public usefulness.
It is probably impracicable under ex-
isting conditions, to accomplish this de-
sirable result, through legislative ap-
propriation. Is there no other way y
which suffiient substance of our peo-
ple may be applied to the achievement
of the nd in view?
* There isatLake City, the disused
premises of the late Florida A iue
al College, rapidly fal into d y.
State authority would wUingty donate
that asset to a responsible organsaton
of Columbia county citisns who would'
asmame the responsiblIty o establish-
ilg a poly teehnic school there, such
coeselon being coWitional upon the
mutilation of the-promises for ashool
purposes. That o itself w dcoasti-
tati desired advancement of the pur-
pe together fellow citizens of Ce&-
hnnbla county and digest the feasIbilIty
acout. your owPtelI-
gent th sa of folk, having such e-
tJie at b t, and the sympat
attly spbsatial
a pa les 1,00,000 of your fellow FlorI-
dians, btedy a glorious achieve-
ment would att your efforts. -
A HILL S.. Drcm, of Leon.
If VtTo% its
aunceed the first time use Herbe and
you will get Instant relief. The great.
aliover regulator. A positive sure for
Mad an Uvor enmnlaDts. Kr.
besi usias f
ckI* for 15 years. It Is asm
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Cox aai OL F.- 3- madi parts
T Mand ow, a- t to aa e
out. W w called to Little
Rock on a o ne illness of his
wife, has refmsieaM reports that she
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ny oS tJti joined the Sun-
day soo n icing at
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Last atm was given
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tests also in maimanhp with rifle
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The Board of ktort of the Ameri-
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Chicago, dearif to introduce short
horn cattle into tb South, have decid-
ed to donate one bw and two heifers
from twelve to gh months of agel
to some of the colleges of
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class work and aa Ms amans of advertis-
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David Parker, of Payette, N. Y., who
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for what they have done for me."
Grand tonic for the aged and for female
weaknesses. Grest alternative and
body builder* sure cure for lame back
and weak kidneys. Guaranteed by all
druggists. 50c. *
The members of the Library Society
of the eighth and ninth grades of the
high school had a grand time on their
picnic Saturday. The young folks were
chaperond by Dr. Tucker of the Wo-
man's college and several young lady
teachers from the high school.
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ea whe Day' sma y there
doheffort to "See what

iA Npoleon Bonaparts Brow-
akilM become a subject to the
40 1e a g t to be the Gov-
f a Russia province. He could
i"the beads cut off of such
Ml d newspaper writers who dare
plaything in criticisms of hise ats.
lllll free America, her liberty-
410hu ONpeople and her free press- De-
'Lad 1e11.
I- the School Book CouMMmHsON
gM1W g'ot it in the neck, did it ?
STat's good I Now let the STATE IN-
; tuaMc3 COuNMMIAsIoN ScHEMN get a
w/olqgome dose of the same medicine,I
and the Legislature will surely have
Sdone something for the people of Flor-
Wda. There is and has been too much
governing us people BY COMMIssION
aW how. ,
The True Democrat is pleased that
Mr. L. J. Brumby has suftiRently re.
eovered from his recent severe illness
to enable him to resume his duties as
allaassee correspondent of the Times-
Union, which he so efficiently and im-
partially performed up to two weeks
ago. His condition was so serious at
one time that the services of a physi-
iean and trained nurse were required
for several days.


Now just think of it and smack your
lips, for the Manatee Iiver .Journal,
Senator Joe Humphries' newspaper
said last Friday, "Braidentown has re-
eeived her first load of watermelons.
j Manatee leads and others follow." Just
ship us a good big one,will you, please,
to settle for this free "ad" for good old
Manatee Editor Joe would, we be-
i eve, were he not here trying to legis.
late for the gvwod morals of his loved
State
The Florida newspaper men are now
paying their respects to"Geo. P. Rowell.
another New Yorker to slander the,
iState, and he deserves all and more
thim he is getting. If he went oult af-
ter a lot of free advertising he in get-
ting it. Not satisfied with min-rating
b and beating them with his Annual for
years, he now gronely misrepresents
papers and the State in a recent issue
of his AnnuraI und maviau hio l*w toforce .


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14 .eker Malthew"
M-rs. Alwrnathy
Avant
iaget?
(aikins
CartAr
Clarke
Crawfordl
S I t)ker
l)oke
fjomneran
lkorman
Duidley
Durranre
Parris
aulkner .

Hartfiold
Hrvell
Hooker
Johnwn
Jonsh
Kllirom
S Kirkland
Knight. of Citrus
Knight. of Columbia
K nowleM
lAMltar
limp
MC('ut'hIin
McKeenxs.
Mar Willlams
McClellan
Malone
Mathews. of Marionr
Sieltan
Milliner
SMorrison
Oilvie
OlmPI&A^
Sarkinnon
Paul
Pdon
PeOples
I'ettiwr.'w
Wlanter
K93hbourir
H'id'oenberry
(owwe
SItusslli
Smlth
Hnell
Tayknr
Thompismn
Watmn

SWilliam
Wilsan, f Calhoai
'Wlln. of Hernaindh
W*.e of AW


Mrs. uamn


The Laon
Mre. Orubb'a
Mis. Damon
uUer House
Mrs. %pole
Mrs. Long
Mis Demon
Mrs. Long
Butler House
Miss Nannia (aills
Mrs. Bowen
Mia Whatiey
The La
Butler House
Worth Trammaell
Trammeill
Mrs. Spiiler
Mrs. Johnson
Mrs. Cate.
The Ionm
.iackwon Gray
Butler House
Trammel
Mis Nannie Gallila
The BloIxham
.MC-ord House
Mine Damon
Worth Trammell's
Mins Damon
Mrs. K. H. Gamble
Mis. Nannie Gallic
.1. 'r. orman
Untler Hous*
Mime Smith. Monr e Hst.
The lAeon
Mrs. Duval
Mrs, R. 1. iamhle
Butler House
The n
MiM Mattie Whatley
Mrs. qualle
Butler House
Mits Nannie Gallie
Worth Trammeil
Mina WhaUt1
Butler House
Butler House
Butler House
Mrs. Cate
Mrs. Bond
Mrs. ual
Butler Houe
Mrs. DOCrC
ob Mickler
Miss Damon
Mips What ey
Mis s'tee
butler House
Mr*. (Joerhargen
I loxhamHotel
The Leon
At Home
HBtler House
Strwart lewli
Mi.m Nannie alliede
W W. Trammell
Miss Argiyle
MIs. M .ll.' .SrnIth'a


A".n .... ....... Fmy.. 14.... Attention Citizens.
them to be rated and (t)icribe to hi ('an nothing be done to pr.siaite our
lIbelous Newhspupr Directory Florida worthy tCity Council to turn their irac-
newspaper. mlihuld refuse to patronize tical attention to the ',ridition of the
Mr. Rowell Advertising secured city market ? At leat.t a part of the
through uch gencie never pays, a funds accruilng from the rents thereof
.through sMf Itgencie never pays, a should he uset to the further I.prove-
schemers if him calibre alwayti gets the dIt net,""
profit meant of the market. It ne4lm cold
storage and screening NOW. It han
There seemi a iesirer byl>O thl' great neededthemYEARS' i'AST.Month. ago
powers that Iht to govrri th people the Woman's club sent a committee to
almost wholly lay cortmn'I hnsn Inow-u- the City Courcil asking then to have
the market SCREENED). behold the re-
days. The pr)lomndl 'irainKe stilt Not a nail has wbeen struck.
amendment priviel'uld for at commission, We are denied the privilege of buy-
the schooIl ia.k Iprolipoition dcMirev nt ing a pound of beef, mutton or fish on
ii.n our streets. This we are told, is for
commlmisson. Oh.w ins.urtnc ,rpoAitin the' I ROTECTION of then market.
contemplates at cmnmeia-,. niiil tall Thlerefore we demand as our right of
these commissions wdll c o an p slI ;tt- the ('ity Council that the place which
point agents and undeirlinri hy ith,. you protect and from which we are
tous may be, tht will put opelld to buy our meat he properly
thousds, may ., thut wll la i car.nented supplied with cold stora e
tkm the strongest political ma-'hine in nrid kept in a sanitary condition. The
the interest of Csars, that ever worked !itizenms'(of Tallahamsee demand it.
in Florida. Do the lpople of Florida A LADaY.
not think those kind of officials already i1, I: A Shine left the bons radish
have too much power. ,Will the legisla- of th. mea'noin at this othee as a sample
ture give them more? Why are they fromthim garden. We have it on ex.
so anxious to pass pet measures, that hibition, call and see it
ives no much opportunity for abuses ? r Mis Marian I.. 'Choate returned home
given so much opportunity for abuesa 7 from Tampa last week. where she spent
Appe klU *a very pleasant season with friends,
Appndiiti Ai Ur.InhW '5Ini 5 is-DUW no%)1- 5 iNiL1*-


las due in a large measure to abuse of
the bowels by employing drastic pur.
tives. To avoid alder, ue only
Dr King's New Life Pil, the safe,
itic. cleansers and invigorators. Guar-
ant4ed to cure headache, hiiliousnea.
malaria and jaundice, at all drug stores.

Mrs William Mn. Ivy has returned
home after a long visit to friends at
Baltimore and Washington greatly im-
proved in health.
Sallie Wright a worthy colored wo-
man, living at Woodville, who nursed
tae writer 51 year& ago, writes she has
the most valuable hen on record, stat-
af that her hen hs laid 49 eggs in as
many eonseeutlve day.
Thoae deiring last week's issueof
S t ewcpaper ontaining the excellent
Sadrees of Judge Charles B.
am a secure same, as we have
100 eoples of the extra edition on

S W. pier of the Indua
a taf who is prepare


if


jar. p.UM l, which
the lst- of July.


aio m1. wuio 'l iKJII in on a VIsIt to
his parents and Tallahassee fiitends.
The Epworth League will have a ral-
ly. Services at the Methodist church
Sunday evening at H o'clock. Dr. S. M.
Tucker and D)r. R. -L. Honiker will de-
liver appropriate addresses. Special
music. A cordial invitation to all.
Hats in Paynmas and Straws offered
at reasonable prices by Burns & Co. 11

le m WaatWi.
Will move to Tallassee June lIt.
Want to rent prmmaetly a good six
or vm rem home. T. i L Hodea,
LAke City Fla. 1.4t
ta 4.

The loan of two hundred dollarm aon
Monroe street property. Address Box
20 Tallahasme. lltt


CASTOR IA


ress efl Uemers of SeA.
SN ATE.

n W.)JL Hunt Harris MLs. N a-esGmbia
.k -a".- -.- .._hLa
i J. akar .........It ,a a
Jg .. .......K a
'" .I. s. *ran ; Mrs. smI'
. mman .. Mrs. Ym
7. E. CMr t
I' a Mrs. E.rLamo
W. ,... Mrs.ws,
J L Butler Disus
.rU Mr. Marhm
S t. T. ia Mr The LaS
i.Owmdr Mr.M. R. H. Gamble
J llemdevaor Ata Rem
ViLadlon HStowart L wI&
W. r. He O M.
H. H ry
L C.Mauefy Mrs Sewaer
John Meet Mra.Mfrd
Park M. Tramen..I Mrs. Talbot WhitAdk
*J. I. Willis ..tuart's
1. N. Withers Mrs. MaryVDumo
T. r. West La
*Thop. West Mrs. Blad


N OTCX 14 N TVKNTHAT SIX
ImmthslROGMU at te t puhilma.
then heref I.win wi,5Aw assemuts to the

estate 'o( Fy.W aom

DleebIL sumas.

'NOICEvs - PfN TATJ Il


i W-. & MTN% A. IL KANAM.
ITlhhasss. Pm. m &.ML


Tm ias to a



I t Trri um P. C,
tendttp a special prir e -^

of will render a oz
eJf flh$M music, with an smadis
ta Drr and Dr. 8. Mariol
Sbod come.
/ IRA 8. ATTESOW, P. C.

A ward Debt -t fy.
"I owe a debt of grattitudeUt can
never be mid off," writes G. 8& k,
of Wat"dle lows, "for my roeno
from t h, y Dr King's New D te,.
ry. Bot lungs were so y af-
feetll that death seemed iBma tM t,
when I commenced taking New Diar-
ery. The ominous dry, hacking o h
quit before the first bottle was ud
and two more bnttlk made a
teur." Nothing has ever equaled New
Diseeovery for coughs, colds aad all
throat and luhg complaints. Guaren-
teed ball druggists. 50c and $1.00 Trial
bottle free.
The True Democrat enjoyed pleasant
visit this week from Hons. Samel
Pasco and S. M Sparkman, k.th of
whom this writer has always known and
admired.
Mr. F. W. Armstrong was elected
and installed deputy grand high priest,
Royal Maon at the Grand Lodge meet-
ing at Jacksonville this week.
Law Blanks furnished at short notice
.--,~~--
Ver reot.
A two-story residence on Clinton
street. Apply to
11-4t. Mps. M. C. BUTLaR.

An Ordinuacs
Prohibiting Domestic Fowl from Going
at Large and Providing a Penalty
Therefor.
li, it Ordained by th,. C'ty C(ouncwil f O. City
n/ TIAlha4us. lorid .:
Hac'noN 1. It shall be unlawful for any pmon
ti wilfully permit any chickens, ducks, geses,
turkeys, aruits, or any other domnee fowL to
go at larfe upon th e streets., alleys or any public
or private property In Tallahasse. and any per-
son violating the provimons hereof shall, upon
conviction, be fined not more than five dollars or
Impristmed not more than thirty days.
Cl. 2. All Ordlnances or part of Ordinances
n conflict herewith be and the same am hereby
r Ia City Council May oth. 1 07.
A. C. SPILLER.
Preidment City Council.
Attest-A. H. WILIIAMN, City Clork.
Approved May ., Im.
W. M. McINTOSH. Ja..
11-st Mayor.
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVRN TO ALL
relditor rlt a, tees, distributes, and to all
persnis having ehime or demands arailnt the es-
tate of Emma J. Car. deceas, late of Lon
county, FIortda. to pro*nt such claim or de.-
mands t the andaMineda within one year from
thin date, otherwise wen will be forever de-
barred-
Th a 17th day of May. Is?.
PRACILLA WISE,.
Administratrlx Estate fEmnma J. Car.
Tallahasse. Vla.. May 17.9 1r. 12-St
zecustera Notice.
N NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
itors levtees, dis ibutoea and to all p snor
having claims or demalnds aainst the estate of
Council A. Bryan. Sr.. deceMMsed, late of Leon
county, F'lorida. to present claims or demand
to the untrmirndl within two years from this
date. otherwi.', ame will be forever debarred.
Thin ,ixteenth (l6th) day of May. 1907.
HENRY E. PALMER.
Exeiit,,r uetate of councill A. Bryan, Sr,
dce a.amd. 12-Mt
Notice for Pblicatlon.
DI)PARTMUNN or THr INTEaIolt,
I.ANDO ()OVFI'... T AINIGIVIsss.I.n. FlA..
April 1. 1907.
Not it', i hereby given that March Ildmond, of
TallnhaM-,.*, Fla., he filed notice of his intention
to make lnal live year proof in support of his
claim. vi"t llmntesd Entry No, 31.9, made
January 4. liP2. for the NWt of NW4ti Section 6.
T'rwnshiir I S., lane 1 W and that said proof
will be made twfore Clerk (larcuit Court, at Talla-
hastow'. Fla.. ion .une7. 1907.
lip nani.4 th.e followlnir wtneosses to prove his
continmniu r,..eilenc upnn and cultivation of said
land. vix: *
Itolwrri W. I.-'v. Nathan R. llartsfield, ludgre
Jaet-.b6, I'.'i'r WaVitao. all of Tallahatsae. Fla.
Hamay R. CoImIS, Regiiter.
Notice for Pablicatien.
l>i irTMSBTrror THE sNTanIO
l. t. IiH I '1.. A? GArpo VlII.ll FLA. ,
April 16. 1907. >
Not*' h- h.r.ey riven that William J. Wade. of
Tsilabaww'. h.>.. ha faled notke tf his Intenten-
toes I,, mai- liril flv yar proof in support of
his claim.ls, VlI" l. tan d Entry No. ,3606. made
l)cmnbtwr 20. l, a'.. for the lot 1 & 2. Section 2,
Twrtowlfp i. Range W, and that said proof
will be mmdl beifore Clu _rcult Court. at Talla-
has., ria en June T. I-T.
He nam, ('he fotto itg witnse to prov his
continuous r,'>dene np.an ad cultivation of. the
land, vii:
W. R. K ray. E. D. Arw. J. M. Barton. Gil-
bert Harttl1.1il, of Talbai e, Rrt.r
HIBB S. CHIIB. Refister.
Admislate ter' NeUtce.
NWice is hereby glr m ait editors. legate.*
disatributee. mini to person havlm| elaims or
demands auanht the ealet NoMraS* Whaer. do-
eae, late of L ea aa. lorda. torewnt
aeh (calams or *l.naiaan the undmeigned within
two year from this dae ueterwie samae will be
forever debarred.
Jown WUALMY.
Adr. staem Nurfe Whaley.
N. .I ~r..xt Medart, a.
lihaeIseej Meslte.


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What-1s CATSTORI
Castrif ts f iasalbs i l e
gor1 'Drops anad tj *Ir 1 Sal M .
coteans neither Oplua M er t .M
mabstance. Its age Is no gaImam Ib:
and allays Feerishaeas. [t irlp 1I h
Colic. It lives Teething Troeiblt, nr Cu
and Flatleacy. It manamftt athe 'ood, reag- -atO-
Stonmah and oawe givtb healthy and atumale*ep.
The Childre's Pwanamn-The Mothe' PriEd,

Ca.NUN. CASTORIA ALWAYS

SBean the Signature o







The Kid You. Have Al s BUngt

In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMw egara l "a 8000 w "% aanVaw Ie seWs SI emnW.


WM. CHILD.


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,



Contractors and Builders. '|


A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of'

all kinds. -


Mill Work -Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch 4
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick, 4
Lime and Cement or sale.

All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices
reasonable


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


PHONE 87.


Seaboard Air Line,


P. 0. BOX 4.


John B. Stetson University

FOUR COLIEUES AND FIVE :TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.

DE LAND, FLA.

Afflicted With thq University of Chicago

MCUMO USUAL- a-Tr- T.rhe .wtslardi4 are those of the University of
Chikcao. Statson's gradas reeive their deorves from both Stetson and Chicago.
Aem the Chicaf and t catalone.
=l W LW I3AW.-'Gradutse of this Colle e are admitted to praetiee law in
ortan at amaaitim.
om3fi V2fMiA&V i-PormOL W i -CEC A.-Mha, -
CAMl. MIt._au _.m-a r ala Manual Tratnng mourass leading to degna.
S-ftakM in all Its branches. Bookkeepahg by bmt
ne h.inIU paniT*PoWfa Elective emarses open in other Depart.
meSA, Lsmd omumiendine huilding.
t1A3'-..~.-43s4,, 1'a. to ent Harvard.t Ya.
Prb wineCIUuf CMhina sad all fSnt-res Cabetes.
sp aersite baud. Th. seeisg spnalaa* pq-
11-^~lLA46 a 9ems a desen isasn. separate buIa.
AMITageL.-NewaWias. Cutly eate. mad. aetc.


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WIlOOVEJD


SAVINS BANK


THC

(T)ATE SAVII


BANK !


tAILANAUSf. FLA


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4 tIon wamt to toart6 W.e'nt you t awt e of thee Mittle
td pebaTebaks kleklan bs si It is se ed &
yo soaaof a also to Carry In the
or a bilsa t lJs 7 sist the tbemptel to sped en y.We
WeAmaseh oa t who will deposit ae dollar and pemise to
open ta aoeeMa with s wthin ttyda receipt of bank. These beaks are detlieed to you
locked eat be opened y a.
Yeltedsandpamobsesto.kow wy you can savein wveyears by taking care
of your anl aee shouaand ebecau the is&w danger les by
thieves and ire, and beades it Is nl But place it with us and It i eausemo-
thie. We pay 8 per cent I terest on o e Dollar and upwards. Interest are
Sof April and October.
we e a table showing how aSvOnga will accumulate in five years, competed on a ba-
Iss of 818 working days in the year, at 8 per e-t interest.
Am't d tted. Interest earned. Total am't
10 per oay for 6 years...- ....t........ I .--- ........ $11.14....................18t.84
W e y Y...--- -..---- ---.. M 2 ------ ----------M -2t
Me per cay for 5 years................. ................ 22............--..-...----------.. .
e per ay for 5years................. --...-------------.......... 27.8.-..............------..... 41.10
80pera yea.................. ...-..-- ---..-...... 88.4......--..-...-......--. .
60e per cay for Iyear.................. '.M ..-.............. 65.70.................... 88.II
100e per ay for 6years------------.................1, .00 ...............111.40...................l, .40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $8,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$850,821.19
Your business with us will be held trit confidential.
Call and get one of these little bank while the supply lasts.


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


weC.


LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


R.E. LEZWI%, VIWsPisut.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER. m
10jW -


I


SNelsea-HartsSeld.
At the residence of the brid's parents
Sunday, April 27 at 8:46 p.m.,was wit-
Sth prettiest wedding that ever
took place in that part of Leon county.
The cwtr-_etl_ parties were Mr. A.
B. Nemn of Bonifay, 'Holmes county,
a ind M Annie Hartsfleld of Leon.
ne attful lowers adorned the parlors,
Rwble Meas Jonas and Julius Harts-
ield' acted as groomsmen and Miss
Beesie Atkinson and Miss Maggie Nel-
son w ere bridesmaids. Rev. E. W.
Russell conducted the impressive cere-
mony that made them man and wife.
S There were about one hundred rela-
S tives and friends to witness the mar-
riage. After congratulations by their
many friends, Miss Maggie Nelson act-
ed as organist*and a choir sung several
songs. At five o'clock refreshments
-were served and all were cordially in-
vited to the dining room where a large
table was full of good things.
The groom is a refined young man
and has been a very successful teacher
in the rural schools of Holmes county
for several years and is also a minister
of the Freewill Baptist ehuren, while
the bride ia one of old Leon's fairest
maids. She is the daughter of Repre-
sentative Hon. Gilbert Hartafleld, This
neighborhood hates very much to give
her up. She joined the Aenon Baptist
church while very young and has been
very active in Christian work, she was
also the organist and took great inter-
S at in Sunday school work, being a
Teacher and treasurer.
They will remain until Tuesday with
her parents, after which they will leave
for Bonifay, their future home, where
friends and relatives will await them.
This neighborhood wishes them a long
and happy life. W. E. GRAY.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
r Diarhea Remeody.
There is probably no medicine made
that is relied upon with more implicit
confidence than Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dur-
ing the third of a century in which it
has been in use, people have learned
that it is one remedy that never fails.
When reduced with water and
sweetned it is pleasant to take. For sale
by Tallahassee Drug Co *
Have you seen the latest thing in
Low Quarter Shoes? If not call upon
Burns A Co. 11


PANACEA SPRINGS.

Florida's Greatest Health Resort and
Place for Recreatle&.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells round
trip tickets to Sopchoppy at especially
low excursion rates to parties coming to
the Springs. Tram car from the hotel
meets all regular mail and passenger
trains. Those who want them can se-
cure hacks at Sopchoppy to take them
over.
At the hotel will be found ample ac-
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fishing. Five or
six gasoline launches to take fishing or
pleasure parties out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
son.
Hotel rates; $9.00 and $10.00 per
week. 836.00 per month. For further
particulars address,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
PANACEA, FLORIDA.
Mrs. F. P. Cone and little daughter,
Jessie, left Thursday morning for Tal-
lahassee to spend several weeks. Lake
City Reporter.
Miss May Coachman is the attractive
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Covington,
at their country home Mt. Pleasant.
near Quincy. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
The many friends of Mrs. B. A. Me-
ginniss will be glad to learn that she
will soon make her home in town at a
convenlentvisiting distance. Mrs. Me-
ginniss has purchased from Mr. Charles
Monroe the handsome residence on
South Duval street, now occupied by
Captain R. E. Rose.
The Capital removal question has
come up again but it is a safe assump-
tion that Tallahassee will hold the seat
of government for years to come. There
are enough issues anyway without
thrashing that again. Leave it to some
off year.--Fort Myers News.
Rectal Diseases.
Piles, Fistula and other rectal dis-
eases treated without pain or detention
from business or pleasure. No cutting,
tying or cauterizing. Correspondence
solicited' Dr. F. Phillips, Specialist,
Quincy, Fla. 9-tf
Hats in Panamas and Straws offered
at reasonable prices by Burns & Co. 11


the matter lona slce and for nearly
four years it hia been forced to pay the
expenses of feedif and caring for a
state prisoner. Te legislature should
pas a bil for the relle of the county.
It is not the county's fault that the
sentence was not 4red out long ago.
-Short Talks to e-Union.
c N" jsmFMIMFMI
It yetwa bmsmi sathim. dMMd, Mtaor
fn a basse, It Fee abe pbld opemnSamr.

e^ s gi^ *^tar ~m


et pdep. aest tea it
ecmMs ter 4l-tyr
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Now Open


SPRING


and


SUMMER


MILLINERY,


LINENS,


II


THE WOUSEUMSPSOS' MUS 4
Is a range that will nyeat meats,
bake or otherwise cook any
and keep all piping hot until come
time for serving. A good gas o
supplied with bowing fuel as fum
through our street mains, controlled t
a simple "twist of the wrist" la youw
kitchen meets every desre of the aw
bitious preparer of meal for the ho
hold. Ask all the quests you like t
us at this office, or of our* repreaMsen
tive. who will call at your home oa
postal or phone request.
The Capitol City Water I PWol CU.


Electric Lights and Power.


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


EMBROIDERIES,


LACES and NOTIONS.


Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


Fancy Work Material a Specialty


To Put On Day Service


as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
. OX 472. .


BOARD


OF MANAGERS


GILMORE DAVIS CO., (Inc.)

HARDWARE.

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


THE CELEBRATED


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


man's profit.


Our prices are right.. See us and be convinced.


City Electric Light Plant.


Fine Cotton Seed! I W. D. Pratorlus,


AT 1I PER BUSHEL I
Cotton from the above Seed
sold last year at 121 cents per
pound, the same day that other
cotton sold at 9t cents, grown
for C. E. radley.
For sale by

VanBrunt & Demilly.

For Sale..
At a low priee to a quick buyer, one
of two lots; fne location.
-2 W.D. WILcoN.

Trooem. A to Mr.
W. 6t VMla aseeL 5-tf


Funeral Director


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Embalmer.


NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
Om hy ae d m t. Tme 163.
TALLAHASSEE. FLA.

or eat.
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kitchen and bath room, within five
blocks of Leon Hotel. Rent, $16 per
month. Apply to
I-tf HOWARD GANBIJE.
Fresh Cows fer Sal.W
I have three highly graded fresh Jet-
"s eow. for amle. GG. Gass.


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r fe Mead with nob
sldi a Wdeet assoiatn u
ir have with him wl
Bet me as I continue m
O wdard the sunset of life
dwtthetm I have drawn inspirn
bl e f counsel; often ha
hme ,by the hand, and wit
hone fee beaming wit
St tis fellowman, pointed out t
the rough places alone theroad
t fe and encouraged me to as
SatI bweer tknd better things.
b& f eing onynaki o was the younr
Iw He was never so app
Se .inthe was aiding those who eorn
id themselves. A gallant Confed
asi ldier, a model citizen, an up
fo csande merciful Judge he was a
Sor BrPlar for the youth of his eIloved
vis by He has now crossed or the
St hand Joined the silent majority on
s-other shore, but the fragrance of
good deeds will linger long in the
grac of memory "After Iife's ftfu
lf, ahe sleeps well."
ltaraseod Salagdes a d Esxpeans.
editor True Democrat -I chanced to
pe among the law-makers last Tuesda
rand heard Senator Broome's sp-eg
lya1at1at increased salaries and expenses,
no s a ndop of it furnished me from
Wates tht were taken by one present,
aed being one of your subser bers,
would like to see it published, so please
ite1 it space in your issue this week.
SSenate bill to increase the Attorney.
atO real's salary to 3,000.00and to give
N P an assistant at $8,000,00, came up
for conalderation last Tuesday. Senna.
tor Broome, though sick in bed and ad,-
vised by his physician not to attend the
morning session, braved every difficulty
and at the very hour set for the consid.
ration of the bill marched into the Men.
ate chamber and took his place assigned
to the 7th District. When the bill was
read and the President put the question,
'Tntose favoring the passage of the bill
will answer I as their names are called
and thosw opposinK will answer no."
elenator Hroone ,.not however in that
graceful manner iO characteristic of
himself, as he was suffering intensely
Swith a case of lumbago, arose and iaida
Mr. President, though my physician has
lled on me twice thin morning to ren-
Sme aid, at my place of alode, and
notwithstanding he urged me not to at-
tend the morning session of the Henate
a It would militate against me, I re-
plied that I had a commission to exe-
oate in the Senato this morning, and
that I Intended to bt present let the
esquencslres be what they may.
> Mr. President I am unalterably op-
poed to this measure. It does seem to
me that this present adminiMtrative
officers have a monomania for increase
of salary and increase of help.
Mr. President, if the Attorney-Gen-
eral or any other of the Cabinet officers
had breathed to the people when they
were asking them for their support in
1904 that they would appeal to the Leg-
sisature for an additional amount of
salary. do you, or any mentor present
even image that they would now be
hoflin their offices? I think not. These
'tfielnTltrative officers tell ui that It
much more to live now than it did
nm. I shay to them in reply, if you
st nnot tsatlsed, then resign; and it
lll b a e a v ery easy matte to fnd com.r
ltot. men quite willing to take your
Again. Mr. I'reasdent during the
iuark days of Itm icalism, when the car-
cMbngpaers had control of the State-
jouei t am constrained, to the belief
hat the were not o eager for the in-
lreas of salaries as the present. Dur-
Stat carpet bag days. the cabinet officer
S8,000 and but little assistance; and
t that time it cost almost twice a
much to live an it does now. Again the
preent officers tell us the work has ma-
teraly advanced. Yes, but they do
not toll you that- they have now about
twiee as many If not more clerks to a .
that there will be up in this Senate in a
few days, a bill known as the "Unlfl-
eature Bill', championed a 1 under-



ket, in other words its political sepul-
cher,

D)r. Thoe. N. Vvans returned Hatur-
urd y from Atlanta where he has jUt I
completed his course in dentistry, en-
Joying the distinction of the highest av-
erage ever given in the Southern Den.
tal College, as well as receiving the
highest mark made before the Georgia
State Board. Dr. Evans is one of Tal-
ishea'sM moat promiing young men,
and through his sober habits, sterling
character, and excelldht business ability


he has won honors for himself, and nis
future lies a hbrad avenue of successes
without a hindrance before him.
Any town will do well to get the ad.
vantage of Dr Evans' professional
skill; together with the latest and most
up to date methods am' appliances.
The True Democrat congrptulates him.
and wishes him much success.
Go to Collins for your job printing.


i, *enlt -nt md y ftW day'
L doM W. Hunt IIals, Prsdenst o
j the Senate, is very dignied, and
strict parlimentarian.
I I asled a distinguished ex oiciall wh
II was the ableat man in the senate a
y he said "Adams." Senator Adams l
P. the richest man in his town, (Jasper,
t- and has for years been a powerful fac
s tor in the politics of Florida, and ha
h been a leader in the development o
b his state, anad has honorably illed many
o high poion several times in the leg
- isature, and twice the honor of being
- reident of the Florida senate. Sena
tot Adams is one of the most genubi
C and public spirited men in Florida
r Hon. H. H. Buckman, one of thU
d most influential members of the senate
- representing the Eighteenth Senatoria
- District, and one of most brilliant
n members of the bar of Florida was
I born in Jacksonville Fla. In 1868. H
P is the son of Hon. T. E. Bekman, 'fo
q many years clerk of the court of Duva
f county, a gentleman of the highest in
s togrity -of character, against whom no
I word of reproach was ever uttered
He was a pillar of strength in Jackson.
ville and a leader in the development of
the greatest city in Florlda. Senator
Buckman has the splendid heritage of
brains and social standing. He gradu-
ated at Cumb4rland University, Leban.
an, Tenn. in 1879, and has been ver
successful n the practice since his 2a
mission to the bar. He was an able
member of the lower house and is now
in the senate, where hiseplendid execu-
tive ability has been recognized
throughout the State. He is chairman
of the Judiciary Committee and chair-
man of special committee on internal
improvements, and has as much in-
fluence as any man in the Senate.
lion. F. J. Wilson represents Lee
County, home Fort Myers, below Tam-
pa, was born in Thomasville, Georgia,
Aug. 28th, 1849. lis father was .udge
J. T. Wilson, a nativeof Polk Co., Ga.,
who held the office of County Judge a
long time. Mr. Wilson |grew up in
South Florida as a fruit grower and en-
gaged in orange culture. Has twenty-
fve acres bearing. He was one of the
first County Commissioners of Lee
County, which he held fourteen years.
Also he has been postmaster four
terms. Is serving his second term in
the House. Is in several committees,
and a warm champion of the Temlpr-
ance bill which he introduced. Member
of the Methodist church. lie is Well
dressed and has a fine face.
lion. J. B. Long, Clay County, P. 0.
Green Cove Springs, was born in Flor-
ida in 1866. His Immediate ancestors
were South Carolinians. His father,
John A. 1A)ng was a farmer. Rep.
Long has lived for six years at Green
Cove Springs. Is permanently engaged
in Real Estate. This is his first term
in the Legislature. lion .1. B. Long is
the first member to introduce the two
and a half cent R. R. Bill passed in the
House 43 to 12. He is chairman of
Public Lands Committee and on several
other Committees, Corporations Indus-
tries, a Mason, B. K.P., and Baptist
and some other orders. Mr. Long is
enthusiastic about Green Cove Springs
says they are building the sixth hotel
and that the town is spending $30,(00
on the Spring,
Hon. J. F Griggs, Franklin Coun-
ty, home town Apalachicola, cousin of
Congressman J. M. Griggs, was born
in Hamilton County, GMa. Aug. 21sta
182/ and educated at Huamilton and
Columbus. Came to Apalachicola fif-
teen years ago. Rep. Griggs is one
of the most prominent men in this sec-
tion of the state. He has been a mem-
ber of the city Council, Mayor of Ap-
alachicolat and County Judge, also one
of the County Commissioners. Has
represented his county three terms,
1o99 Jan. 3, 1908. Owns half interest
in HEectric light and Telephone ex-
change, ware house business and is
losely identified with the leading in-
dustries of his town.
Hlion. J. F. C. Griggs is a prospective
candidate for Congress. He has plenty
of brains executive ability, self coni-
dence and comes from a state that nev-
er takes a back seat. I will say this
much that if he enters the race. he will
get there Mr. Grw is Chairman of
the'ommitte on Fisheries and on several
other important committees. He has
a most charming wife. who was Miss
Sarah Geneveve Ormas, of Apalachi-
cola, whose father was a member of
House and Senate twenty years.
Hon. 8. D. Johnson, Liberty County,
Houe of Representativee, P. 0. Bris-
tol, was born in Gadaden County, Fla.,
September 19th, 1864, one of the lar-
gest slave holding counties in Florida
of which Quincy, the county seat, is
the richest town of its sise in the U. S.
and built up by tobacco. Mr. Johnson
was born in the early sixties. His
father came from N. C. and lived in
Georgia up to a few years before the
war. His mother was a Georgian.
Mr Johnson has been in the turpentine
and mill business. He has a Ane well


Improved country place. He is an up-
to-date farmer and has put in water
works at considerable expense and is
prepared to Irrigate his farm. He
made a race for the Legislature and
got a handsome majority in the Pri-
mary over his two opponents. Is on
several eemmittees, agriculture. En-
grosed Bills and is a cneoieious
Thard-working member, and is one of


f amy a
WWA


Ocklockae Items.
May 7, 1907---After a good rainy
spell the weather has fired off and we
arm having some of the "Good Old Sum-
mer Time.
Miss Mae Stoutamire boarded the
train here Sunday p. m for Chaires,
where she is attending school.
Miss Berie Woodward was the guest
of Miss Ruth Johnson from Saturday
p. m. until Sunday p. m.
The LaRosa T bacco Co., with Mr.
Norman Johnson as manager, has seve-
ral acres of fine tobacco growing, in-
cluding five acres of shaded tobacco.
Mr.J. E. Williams has also got some
tobacco shaded and some of the other
farmers around e er ha got the tobac-
co fever, and ia trying a small crop as
an experiment Here is success to
them all.
There will be a picnic at the Iron
Bridge Monday, May the 20th. All
are invited to attend and bring a well
filled basket. E y ody knows where
the Iron Bridge is; so all come, and
let's have a bigtime.
Mrs. R. L. Beck ofThomasville, Ga.,
who has been visitg bher parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Gtsvaa for the last two
weeks, returned hems Monday a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Parker, of Talla-
ha se. was th gumet of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. WlUrm Simday.
Mr. Lawrence tkinon and Julius
Hartsfield visited Midway Sunday.
ReselutalM eftSympathy.
Whereas it has pleased Divine provi-
dence, to remove from our midst, Mr.
J. M. Forbes. Resolved:-That we the
members of the Woman's Foreign Ms.
skioary Society tender to Mrs. Forbes
and atherless children, our sincere
sympathy and love, and aasure them of
our prayer ir. this time of inexprassi-
ble sorrow,
Resolved, that we commend them to
God, and to the word of his grace,
which is able to keep them from falling
and to present them fault ess before
the throne of His glory, where harts
now separated, a5 again be united.
Resved, tha of thesis reno-
lationa be sent to &Prba
* Ma P. T. Micwum,
Ma. J. E. WnomN,
MM. A. B. BL.AeCaaUm
Cemmnttee.


F


wtflsfru~~w adb"bm
on ahe aW come.
8 GOOD -BOAMS. RAT=LMIISI
ConvenimtfenttoaltHe Gulff Spdu

6"NK W. DUAL., Man'g~


if 43. C. ha s h lived In lf
a a pt a w lo wAsilated
aegulr er ert
9 Posatm!ro Mer a Repub:li bMut bo-
d has been J ste d to the egatmm-& .
I b J. f he bourg had the how to
) Matrod t resolution e4doSne
- Preildt R.evelt, dismiseag the
Sngrm soiersm in the Brownville m par,
f Cpt M kain was abso exoneatd-
F s ri aer army officer that I know pe-
S.onuy, Ed. Maeklin. Mr. Richbour
Shas bess nJstie of the Peace and mem-
- r of the House two terms. Is on
e eommittof L islatives Expene, AAl-
rutture, IPiTIe and Elections..
a s Mason and Prmbyterian,
SHon. W. R. Dorman, Suwannee
1 county, P. O. Live Oak. Representa-
t tive Dorman is one of the most popu-
5 lar members of the Lower House. His
* home town, Live Oak, with its seven
r thousand population is one of the most
I hustling towns in Florida and growing
- fast allthe time.
D Mr. Dorman was born in Hamilton
* county, Florida, July 17th, 1860. His
* mother was a native of Florida and his
f father a Georgian, a fine combination.
* Representative Dorman never had the
advantages of a classical education,
- though nevertheless he has been a suc-
- cessful business man. Has been en-
Sgaged in the mercantile business for
several years. He and his brother op-
erate a big saw mill about six miles
out of Live Oak, cutting about 15,000
feet per day.
Hon. W. R. Dorman is serving his
second term in the legislature, Min
elected 1903, 1906 and 1907. He made
a good race and won over five ooppon
ents in the first primary. Is Charman
of Committee on Railroads knd Tele-
graph and member of Committee
Mines, Finance and Taxation Engross-
ed Bills, Rules Milita and something
else. Is a K. of P. and Baptist. Mar-
ried Miss Mamie Whittington and has
three children.
Hon. H. W. Snell Polk county, P.
0. Winter Haven, was born in
Wrightaville, one of the best towns in
Georgia the Empire State of the
South, March 12th, 1868. He is the
grandson of Major James Hicks, one
of the best known men of his day.
Mr. Snell was partly educated in Dub-
lin, Lamens county. He came to Polk
county Florida in 1882. Was foryears
in the mercantile business, which he
sold out and started growing oranges.
This is his first term in the legislature.
He did not ask for the place, but his
county seeking a good conscientious
and honest man decided on him and
they put him in the race and enthusias-
tically elected him.
Mr. Snell is extremely modest and
retiring and very averse to speaking of
himself, lie has won the respect of
his brother legislators, being conser-
vative in his views.
Committees, Railroads and Telegraph
Finance and Taxation, and others,
Polk county is 6th in wealth in the
state,


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The same Furniture for less Money.

If you value your hard earned Dollar

it will pay you to examine my stock


and get prices before


buying. I


have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds. Will exchange


New Furniture for Old.

a trial and be convinced.


Give me


TALLAHASSEE FIIRNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


C. E. SAULS,


P. O. BOX 210.


NEW" Moo


J. M. SAULS


SAULS BROS.,
TALLAASSEEB, FLA.,
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting

Buildings a Specialty.


Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
guaranteed.
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LHOREOU

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SYRUP


EVERY MOTHER
should keep supplJed with BalLarn' Iforehound Syrup If she
wlahes o save her children from s, ': -ias ick rpella. It eon-
tains a* solutely nothing injurk us, .',ou not oonstlpate. Good
for children as well a adMults.
1A cough often leads to oonsiumpti(. and should be obecked
imUmnullately.

A Household Necessity.
J. C. Sinlih, iousi ,on, 'T, 't. titv,: "I haveyuMad
Ballard's Hotrehm- .;,' -ru,, ii i\ t.itmly for tho past
few -ars. I(Id ft:! 1ir 4' Wiio any other cough
maedlelnt w, J,:v t.i 'd. iv." 'a.nI:clhjold should be
supplied with tl,hI v,-..rlhy r"ro
The Delight of C. 1Jdren.
CURES COUGH., COLDS, WHOOPING
CAOUGM SORE ThHOAT, BRONC41I-
TIS AND ALL LUNG TROUBLa.ES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.


BALard S- Ow Lhiniment CO.


ST. LOUIS, MO.,


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be found here in Hot Weather Tg

the best value to be had, all New,

-'-h, Bright Stock. .


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T. P.Coas Drug Co.





m aswsortMS, iofn stshe i
Wlowno or l byB of

ofLem bcute PidytArob, l
bronre, Mnor. M. eLwy.
Beoed m n Bs sAtdo
k d Lein so ve.t*Ld.
Hwto a Tabe- girl, a
Mr. an r i Ernted to have h
Veek and vidtsotf M rsFred
,Jams T. Purkins and E. B.
'Q i ~trah e eprehstofentativ a ofse
t h tenonh Co's of
M, sl i atlway pleasing to their
S, A ortment in latest stylesof
e aW r tnow for sale by Burns A
e ihae acquaintances and friends
Sained to learn of thedeath of Dr.
lMitebell of Jacksonvillen who
l uedne y morning at Rockford,
M., of aeute kidney trouble.
Telephone No. 207, The R. W.
DM rf Co., when you wish any-
In a druggist's line. 12
.B ss re and see Child Bros. stock of
k hin-dried flooring, ceiling, novelty aid-
S a and nished boards before pn ing
yl r orders. They can save you
money. 9
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLin have
So vlctinr their hosts of Tallahae ee
fer tis afon th.i week.
Mi- Clem Hampton gave one of her
Th elaiew little dinners recently in
Soer v friend, Mi MCrry, of
Mr. H. G. Wood and family will leave
S t rrow for their summer home at
S- reideat aheir
eipfortable Tallahassee home through
the wwinter season, and are popular witt
h eTadea niman s.
S nurmbrella in the most popular
eolts0ff, bottle green and dark
blue; something nice. See them at J.
D. Cay's. 7
Shoe for Men, Women and Children,
Trunks Suit Cases, Bags and Umbrel-.
las, Shirts, Underwear, Pajamas, and
Hosiery. Price right "urns & Co.
Both the State and County and City
Tax collectors will closc their books
after this month. If you do not pay
Up you may expect to see your property
advertised.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will serve ice cream, cake and home
made candy on the lawn Thursday af-
trooon, May 23rd. They will also sell
resept books showing how to make
bome made candies.
Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles.
belts, screw drivers and needles, for
any machine, and machine oil, at J. D.
Cay's. 7
A match game of ball played between
the North Monroe and College Hill
team last Friday afternoon resultedfn
a tietory for the first named team.
Mr. T. A. Goode, of Bartow well-
known in Insurance work, has been at
the Leon this week accompanied by his
wife.
70o comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished, apply no
1.tf W. L. MARSHALL.
Mrs. Stewart Lewis gave a reception
last saturday afternoon in honor #f her
at, Mrs. Hudson, wife of Senator
daon. Mias MeKinstry. of Gainm ville.
ad Mi Kennedy, of this city. The


We ve furnished too late for this

Woa'sl eib and L L aaea ttoa are



Mifer WeBeelL af the School Expe.


Lingerse Cloth at, .............. .,2 and 38c.
40 Inch White Lawn at, ........1, and 26c.
Dotted Swiss at, ............... .-, and S5c.
Persian Lawns at .......... 10, 1 JO and 25c.


REAL


Check Dimities at............ .10, and Nc.


Check and Plain Nainsook,
and Colored Lawn.


Gingham,


Percal


White Linen at.. 2..... 60, b5c and $1.0.


LACES and EMBROIDERIES.

Lawn and Silk Shirt Waist.

Black and White, long Gloves at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 per'pr.


DUVAL BROIS.,


Kile Dried Lumber.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor-
ing, ceiling, novelty, siding and wide
boards. Come and select what you
want. Child Bros. lltf
Everything in the line of Men's
Furnishings carried by Burns & Co. 11


Reems to Rent.
Reginning first of .June I will have
several comfortably, furnished rooms
to rent. Apply to
11-4t Mrs M. C. BUTIER.


Print and Prosper.


ehas. G. Myers.


m The -
Cash Store.


ODD FOLLOWS' PROCLAMATIO@. LKTTIR TO J. J. WRUI L.
Tallahassee. Fha
Nemoral Day lserises to be Held Dear Sir-A ten-yeasm-ole bveat
on Junoe lth All Ove Thts State. to a store for a quart ofwl
** ,* .* ,*** andid:' "They are nee letters.
The following proclamation was wres, a'nt hey, Mr. Knight e
mailed last week to all the Lodge of Bdgeton, Maine. -
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows "Are they what brought you hba T1
of the Jurisdiction of Florida : asked the merchant. "Yes; mea u1
MEMORIAL DAY PROCLAMATION. get a quart of white; and I've come
Grand Lodge, 1. 0. 0. F., State of the least-1galons paint."
Florida, Office of Grand Master. That boy'll be a man before his..
To All Whom These Presents Shall; mother.
Come, Greeting: Yours truly
Pursuant to instructions contained in 30 F. W. bEvoE CO.
a standing resolution of the Sovereign P. S. -Gilmore & Davis Co. *lloutr
Grand Lodge, and the proclamation of paint.
the Grand Sire, dated April 22d, 1907, h*c^o Lead e Whb'
I, J. W. White Grand Muaster, do here-
by request all Subordinate Lodges un- The value of reflection a Mleii# to
der our jurisdiction that have suffered wisdom is shown in the r I
loss of membership by death, to assem- corded Senator Beard's 4
hie at their respective lodge rooms on ment bill. It went through the
the second Tuesday of June next, being with practleal unanimity, sad was bet '
the llth day of June, 1907, (or on such en in the house In aboat the aome p. .
other day as may be more convenient,) portion. -'
and engage In proper and suitable exer- The legislators had had time to
cis*s in memory of their deceased mem- think and-incldently to hear fMreomth
bers. constituents. It was the uaM
Done at the City of Jacksonville, in consensus of public opinion that
the State of Florida, this 8th day of was vain and useless. No one
May, 1907, and of our Order the eighty- any unworthy motive to its a
eilth year. everybody differed with him t
(Seal) .1 W. WHITr. wisdom of waking up the sleep em.w


Grand Master
A. M. CUSHMAN, Grand Secretary
Are TYe Going to BSid I


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nirw. Tam'np If
Wanted.


If )o, come and set our stock of kilnI i) Cypress Poles, 6 inches at top.
dried lumber betfore purchapinir vour :1o an"d 4) feet long.
supplies. We can .sive you noneyv. (CITY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLA' L '
Child Bros. I It f
For Sale or Reat. Don't buy any Auteoisle until
The Constantine Hotel. apply to sme the Reo Runnab4M. fh extra l ,
CONSTANTINE AIl.eio. 11-tf ing sat. '
Read the advert isement-s carefully. "'.


J. Gordon Pearce.


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have at all times our Personal attention.


which will


We handle all kinds of Real Estate, Make Collections and find Tenants for your vacant Houses.


List Your Property with Us, Place Your Insurance with Us


and We Gurantee to Satisfy You.


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Go to the Drufd Store on the
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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 new ones.
Don't forget the place, next to telegraph office.

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M A E*. PramS Adams. th


"Do not keep the alabaster boxes ol
S loe sad tenderness sealed up on-
iour friends are dead. Fill thein
coheering words while their ears
er them, and while their hearts
thrilled and made happier b
; kind things you men to say
Sare gone, say before they
"-Bob Ingersoll.
he subject of this sketch is a thor-
FloIdian, having been born and
In White Spri Hamiltom
S. In 8he lefthi native town,
on the banks of the historical
river and moved to Jasper.
he nded here he had one lop
sad invested this snt in a
Sof nrlmermr m. He
d ines head on those
riders of his and being per-
= t and truthful in all of his
he was not In business
before the public had the ut-
oonadenee In him. Whenever he
tell customer that a piece of
was so and so, they could depod
| just what he tMold them
,Ad again, Mr. Adams posesed with
Sldeal of magnetism, and le kind
affable, and so gentle and as
W1ypsthtic as a woman, oonsPquently
S-soo n worked up a powerful trade
Smay mile around. His store used
tobe a household word in a great scope
Ssur ending country, by reason of
S tquatoned reliability. Here the
s would find a ready market for
produce. And they would get the
M ea market prices for all co entry
mdlcs carried him, thus stimulating
mem iscultivate the soil for all that it
' warth, iv in them assurance to
S, bor with eheerfulnees.
t here we want to say, that
S Adam s a very wealthy
&' SBm, he has always been a very liberal
alnd ha contributed to many wor
donations ruling from
The unfortunate and de-
. Boor have never gone to Frank
m r i fo assistance and come away
1 amly handed
ifter d awhile he began to establish
.tores at other places. He es-
one in Lake City White
Sand Sparks, O., and he would
goods In such large quantities that
merchants could not compete
hm In low prie. However, he
; I retired from active mercantile busl-
e. His eldest son G. F. Adams,
full hrge of the Iparks establish-
11 ,l1t;sad Roy, his second son, has
of the amilton County Trading
Isarge store here.
oW have heard It remarked many
-by neighbors, and by people who
been lose friends to he family
Sany year--that Mr Adams could
o having the happiest home in
ton c county. Mr. and Mrs. Adams
Shave blessed with six chil-
two bright and beautiful little
and four handsome and intelligent
SIt ha been one protracted on.
o with them ever since their
And wouldn't we have
Srighsa t here on the earth if every
Sarried couple wouldki adopt these
1 SShdr model, and live
Ada has always b6n active in
W tIn that have perttaiod to the
dbulMkling a Japer. He b the found-
o adm p ldent of the bank of Jasper.
a o president of the Adams
Shak of Lake Cty, and is a director of
L- Atlantic National bank, of Jackson-
S toe has head many different offices In
11k* county. lie ham been a member of
0 the state senate for the past twelve
S s, and during this period waspreei-
t of the senate through two sessions.
Seha always been an active member.
F- a great friend to the school children
Sthe tate of Florida, ana has always
R an eye to their interest. He in
sked upon by his colleagues; and, by
State at large, as being the hardest
W wkr ands brainet member of that
bft of law-makers.
Vwedin a religious light, he Is
tsnd sealtou in the faith of the denomi-
t1 to which he belongs, the Metho-
a, d in this he hasulflled every
Sto which a layman can aspire
e I also a prominent Mason, having
I end the Masonic ladder by the
qJrk_ Rites to the degree of Knight
Adams io very fond of politics.
ma f uturE hold cut for him many
I9 hecoming luger, and all who
y know are conndent that
iet .lttt honor will yet be
BHi nt Pd ldm are acoh a stand
lan honetar t law. He is
Sadsaoul Intereated in n mass
wfll lsr the welfare of
-. Adhms. prsonally, is a man


Mt.
we W


sto.
kmee04


have slwags fhal-
SMilelS time,
to" 1 measles.
have ai newa nd w d
a month, we bellwar .. dWO sM Ia
at s andL
Mr. A % G Iy, a y=0 tboocal
stodeoate a 2 C. 8= 1e v11to in
Chain Sardand .i Tbures-
of vis4to tha it a yomg lady is
eoa y residing in or dt
ure of a from her uncle yester-
Le Clyde Baum came up from her
home at adifon Sunday, and was met
by Mr. Mile. Johnson, who took her
out to her uncle's, Mr. Simpson Crump
to spend awhile
Mr. Will Patterson, of Jacksonville,
visited his mother last night.
Mr. Pichard, of Tallabasee, accom-
paioed Miss Ruth Jones of Black Creek
to this village Sunday and attended i.r-
vices at the Methodist church.
A large and attentive audience was
present Sunday morning at the Metho-
dist church to hear V. Mr. Wood-
ward's interesting discourse upon the
text "Whatsoever a main soweth that
shall be also reap." Afterrvice the
parsonse debt was liquidated by
subcrltpons. Sabbath school and Ep-
worth League were also well attended.
Mr. Woodward preached a comforting
sermon in the evening from "My grace
is sufficient for thee."
Mrs. Williams is still in S. C. with
her father, Dr. Rivers, who is critical-
ly Ilin Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Upchurch may be
about the only ones to attend the
Jamestown Exposition from Chaires.
Mrs. L. J. English, of Greenville,
pased here Sunday, p. m., enroute
home from Tallahassee, where she had
been attending the bedside of her
father, Mr. C.-T. Hancock, whom we
regret to learn is still very ill.
Mrs. Drauglety will attend the cloe-
ing exercises of the school at her old
home of Greenville on the 23rd inst.
Mrs. Mary Snipes spent several days
in Tallahassee last week, where she had
her little grand-daughter successfully
operated on by Dr. Bond for adenoid
growth in her throat.
Tne young people's weekly reading
circle met Friday evening in connec-
tion with the Monthly League. Al-
most every young person in the place
were prsmnt and piano and vocal music
recitations, etc., had a place on the pro-
gram. Mrs. Upchurch proved such a
charming hoetes that her invitation
will moon be again accepted.
Do Too Love
your baby? You wonder why he cries.
Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi-
fuge and he will never cry. Most ba-
bies have worms, and the mothers don't
know it. White's Cream Vermifuge
ride the child of worms and cleans out
its system in a pleasant way. Every
mother should keep a Iwttle of this
medicine in the house With it, fear
need never eAter her mind. Price 25c.
Sold by all druggists. *


whom to know is to love and trust.
He makes a true friend and a lenient,
charitable foe. Nothing delights him
more than to know that success come
to any one worthy of it, and nothing
madden. him more quickly than to know
that a fellowman has been overtaken
by misfortune.---Jasper Banner of Lib-
arty.



What Would


You Do


If three good physicians


should pronounce
case hopl)ess. If
should decide that
could not live longer
six weeks. And if


yot.r
they
you
tan
you


should get well, after us-
ing only $12.(N) worth of
Dr. Miles' heart ('tre and
Nervine, what would you
advise a friend in like con-
dition to do?
"I have to thank you for pavtng
my wife's liff two ers ao. We M
continued with the dot'or untll the
third doctor, like the two previous
ones. psid that nothing ciuld Ie done
for hter, Ihat ho had better be taken
home from the hospital to quietly wait
hier time, which wnuld not he over I
wIeks at the most. I hbrouht her
home, and then I thought probably
Dr. Mile,' H1eart Cure and Norvina
milht help her, so I got a bottle
*eah and Pome Norve and Uver 'iU
and commenrod to ive them to nor
We soon oseen an Improvement, end
eneouragvd by this we continued IV-
Ing the medicine. We Iv her olevet
ottlio In all of the mdnillno. I8
takes It oooasionally now if she t49
the need. am in the rministry,a
bay* bMn or 44 years."
nav. P. MILLIGoAMN,
Oneda Springs, Kana.
dr. Miles' Heart CureIs eld by
your druet, who will euarantse ta
the first bottle wi benefit. If it fN
he will refun yyourw meney.
MKes Medical Co. Etla^ .M


TAK VINOL
it heels the bronchial taft
and mdies the oough
For dectartes old-fasbhonmd eod
liver oU has been prescribed by phy-
sicians the world over for coughs
brouchitis, weak lungs and cOasuMp-
tion, but many could not tako It on
account of Its useless fishy oil.
Anyone can take our delicious cod
liver preparation, Vinol, which con
tains all the medicinal and curative
elements of cod liver oil actually
taken from fresh cods' lives, but o
oil. and wherever old-fashioned coa
liver oil or emulsions would do god,
Vinol will do far more good.
Try It on our guarantee.
Talahasee Drug Company.


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NEW HOTEL I I I


THE


HOTEL


Dr. M. F. CGorey rotr.


hRol


LOCATED AT.644 MONROE ST., 801
Open Day and Night. Rooms Neat and Clean.
with the Best the market affords,


RATES: $1 PIK DAY, $5 1
Meok, 25 Cts.
SPECIAL RATES TO MONTH
RULES AT HOTEL bi


UTH.
.. 'o b.
Table
I >.


PIM WER


LY OARM,$-


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


C. F. FLIPPER
SHOEMAKER
37 CLINX1TON ST.

Economy Fence 1
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I-am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BBST and


OHEAPBS7


Can be built forfless than
15 cent a Rod.

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


THE BUTLER HOUSE.
SKeows Hefteftee as the aa*e, MNeWse.
Opposite the
State Capitol
E TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
6 Mrs. M. C. Butler,
Proprietor. . .

Special Rates to Legislators c l
SApplication. .



A Public Benefactor.
0 What the Thbmaevllle *hiropodlst
Is able to 6orrecth
Soft Corns, Bunions, I rowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and PerspirinW Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Pubic.
Having suffered retly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free tro .
such pain, I most peerfully commend the gentle treatment and ca of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist ofThomaville, Ga. -Maeon u
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffiee, Mao,


BEAUTY DO TOR.


Mrs. Geore Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Maswe, Hair Drs-
Jen. D. Ferrell, ing, Demto and Utlity. Scalp Treatment andtheMarce ves spedaly.


WHEEL WHRIGTad BLACKSMTH.


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


A portion of the public
patronage Is sollcited
and satilstfactn uaran.
teed.


J. Ht HORTON

104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

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


Plmbing .* Speciaty.
IFMM


A woman flids Just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the l dshe
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comelywlth
in head hands and feet. Pain from Comr, Bunion and Ingrowing Nasils aunnery;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral overstrain. I correct every diorder
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.


Dr. Robert E. Williams,
Surgeon *hiropodlst Masoser,
**SMIMRWs


Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St.


THOMASVILLE, GA.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. H. SCHOBMAKER. Propr.
Under New Management.
EVERY THING ON WH1oLS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
GOOD PROMPT, UFCINT SBRVICL
OEPN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NO. 38

SAVED!
l 50 p acm&k of W-y ftvto
A. R. S. TWINE
ReprByour s BooA d ShMe. Ft CkoWo. a- -m.
"Abe we have in ehaem with My ~he belsd m h
N YORK CLEANING AND PRIESNG PA LoR.



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10 o'clock ,. m., at Mon-

um wll be a feature of


ukNt, at 8:80 o'clock, Dr.
iBw. of the State College
wlll delver the Baecalau-
ad diplomas will be pre-
5 o graduating class.
S al an u q ent! music will
pta IsDcordially invited,

suffer from Rh umatism of
or Ballard's Sntow Liniment will
quik relief.t s a sure cure
Rheumatism, Contracted
a all pains-and withm.n, the
all Pri25c, 60, $1.00. C.
Teoha, Tex. writes: I have
I' Snow Liniment in my
yers and have found it a
M t or all pains and aches. I
it for pains in the chest."
Obyalldruggits. *
i'm. John High and S. A. Fackler,
of god ol Hamilton county, spent
at the Capital, and made the
TM DIocrat office pleasant visits.
rkeom Drug Co. as made a
"laa* f ementIn the appearance
f. pa of business by the intro-
km of new and handsome show
Mr. R. W. Cobb is ready for the pa-
of the public in his new and at-
arranged drug store. One
S at particularly appeals to the
is the screening of the doors and
which keeps out the flies and
Thereby adding much to the en-
otf the cool drinks and ices
will be special features of the es-
taame t.
brstomach troubles, billiousness and
0ant.a tionry Chamberlain's Stomach
:ad Lver Tablets. Many remarkable
have been effected by them. Price
e ats. Samples free. For Sale by
ee Drug Co. *
Re. R. L. Hopiker will preach in the
Methodist church next Sunday morn-
l tIn the absence of the pastor Rev.
LB. Patterson. Services at night will
be held under the auspices of the Ep-
worth League, which has invited Dr.
samuel Tucker, of the State College
'or Women, to deliver an address.
Speslal music and readings have been
ared for the occasion and the ser-
Swill doubtless be both interesting
mad profitable.
Good Words for Chamberlala's Couah
SRemedy.
People everywhere take pleasure in
Stify to the good qualities of Cham-
. Couh remedy. Mrs. Edward
:p of Barm Md., writes: I wish
to tll you that I can recotmnend Cham-
b~s8WCouge Remedy. My little girl,
Ca ine,who is two years old, has
bem taking this remedy whenever she
bh had a cold since she was two
deaths old. About a month ago I con-
treated a dreadful cold myself, but I
took Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
was assa as well as ever.'; This reme-
dy Is for sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.


4rafchofWe had th e latest -
nIt e ltke some e* tod MIf.
L. tAt, a shoM b
Mie.- in him, ad amoe aive been un-
dhbla for two eym; had foght fires
er diect hisAd ervie
ba~ !MW6%to al)that mao
a thigas kel epy g fe Chlef.
as it we were a ld there was me-
thing "rooked" was not
thought of. W.e l2 rvw.tb.t
we would "watch" hl. So Mr. Live.
oa very ftting ddre `- preted
r. John i tHh s ie
watch, from tbe M s is an appr-
ciation of him gataa wlc-, ad a0
a token to him of our igh steem of
our noble Chief. A MAMam.
I Tern Woos to aer
about Florida, baher fruit and truck-
ovowing, her nw can cattle industry,
her rest dev mM al oo grc ,ultu-
ral lns, read orida Fruit and
Truck Grower, Ooala, Fla. Hand-
gomely illustrated maane. Sub-
scripti on year, $1.00. Single cop-
ines, 10 cents. A special trial offer of
six months subscription for 25 cents is
made to readers of the True Democrat,
Stamps taken. 10
FernUftr, fqtUl al
Now is the time to send in your or-
ders for Fertilizer for ,
Tobacco,
Cotton,
Corn,
Sweet Potatoes.
Watermelons,
Sugar Cane, and
Vegetables of every kind.
.ee A. SSHIN, Agent.
January 22, 1907-48-tf
A limited amount of second class 4-
inch flooring at a very low price at
Child Bros. Lumber Yard. 9
Representative Dorman, of Suwan-
nee county, presented a resolution to
the Legislature to amend the Constitu-
tion to provide for the removal of the
State Capital to Live Oak. It is not
likely that the movement will be taken
seriously even by its projector. Talla-
hansee will retain thecapital for a long
time to come, and when it ia moved, if
ever, there will be more contestants
for the honor than Live Oak.--Lake.
land News.
An alarm of fire Monday afternoon
drew out the fire company and the usual
crowd to the residence of Mr. Claude
L'lngle, on North Monroe street. By
some unknown mean, presumably a
combination of mice and-matches, fire
had started in the basement among
some furniture stored there, and was
making considerable headway when it
was discovered by some one passing by.
Beyond the destruction of some old and
valuable furniture, there was little
damage dona.
We have on hand a large stock of fine
kiln-dried 4-inch flooring and ceiling;
also 8 and 10 inch finished boards. The
prices will please you. Get your order
in while it lasts. Child Bros. Lumber
Yard. _-. -. 9
For Sale.
Young, very high-grade Jersey cows.
Will be fresh shortly. Apply to
8-4t G. H. APTHORP.
For Sale.
Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs,
one adjoining Mr. Hall's house. Ad-
dress Mrs. Berond, 179 High Street,
Orange, N.J. 9-tf
Tax eMs to Clase.
Notice is given that the City Tax
Books will be closed and delinquents
advertised the first of next month.
12-3t C. Z. FMNN,
City Tax Collector.


om ia l]ii P et

madg o bae"
lhift so W d to produce
the bee lorponde,
putpos- t n -ay.
^We y eemed

esie egpl


For Sale at the Capital City


Articles ofhco -egme( of be "R.W. Cobb
Dr| C*WV."

We, R. s. Willuams, L W. a. ,. Bell. H. Cobb,
N. Lille Williams Z.1 .' arlan, do hereby
make application fer |at4s n IncorporaS
us and our eoates M pdorttion in oratinc
anee with the lwatf I oUMa. uader the following
charter: "
1.
The name "o the ration shall he I. W.
COBB DRUG OOMPUNYaad its place of bztsi-
ne- Tallahsas., Vwd
The general nsAtre d the f boies to be trans-
acted shall be manutetns.t, purchasing r and
sallins drugs. medielesod let articles., the
mixing and oompoundin f preocriltlons and
other medicines d M and selling all
other article saair t wholesale or retail
drug tore, and tle ota f things incidental
to said busineiM, and the persh se. holding. Ue
and dispositkm part, l and personal
which may be necessary r convenient for said
business.
a.
Thearnwuntof thecaMtal stoek shall be three
thousand douas., divdd nlato thirty shares of the
par valueof on hundred dollars each, and shall
iDbe p in cash in the fkwla manner, via: ten
per ant upon the crew tiam of the company
and the bamwane UPon of the board qj direc-
tors.
4.
said corporation shall iset for ninety-nine
years from the date tleters patent shall be grant-
edtoit.
The business of said company shall be conduct-
ed by a board ao dir etoa. conslstin of not lea
than three nor more than five: A president. a
manager, a soeeetary and a treanrer.
Amy threefat sold lffee maybe flUNed by the
same peran.
Thediretors hal be elected annually by the
stokholoders c the frt Monday in January of
eael yae and the th officers shall be elected
by the board of director at a nsetin to be held
Immeajdtely after the stockholders meeting on
the same day. Until the first election, which shall
take place in January 1908 R. 8. Williams shall
be president; R. W. Cobb, manager, secretary and
treasrr and a. ,WiliamsR. W. Cobb. Belle
H. Cobb. N. LiUll Williams and L. L. Harlan shall
constitute the hard of directors.
6.
The highest amount of indebtedness to which
the company can at any tnime subject itself hall
be the amount of Its author ed capital stock.
7.
The said subscribers subscribe to the following
amounts of stek. t.owit:
EL. WIlMam. Tallhassee. Florida, five shares.
3. W. C abb, TllBsame.. Florida. ive shares.
Bael H.ILOb TalsihaMee. aorldasinaehares.
N. UI W aa Tallahassee.rda nine
Shares.
.L. L Harlan. Qulwy. Florida, two shares.
In witness whereof, the aforementioned subscri-
ber have heramnto signed their nan :
R. W. Cobb.
Belle n. Cobb.
R. WUilasma.
l"tI. 1 H L. an.


J.S.SCHOFIELD SONS CO. MACON.


AS PRETTY AS A PETRC
a woman can make herself whim
adorns herself with tatatefl and h


T----~


some Jewelry. I have all the latt
Fignes in chains, collars, brooeehe
pins. as well as all kinds of
stones set in unique designs for pem4
al adornment or wedding gifts.


P. T. NICHOLSON,'


-Y-~%e .yr


Happy


A Cup e* White o ee Blue I- l
amca sad Jw-Ce i'
is what goes straight to the heart
every man at breakfast time, sad
one knows that only good grooe kS
good coffee. We take special pd
our brands, as they have made ,&
store famous. Just as good as H rne
fee we sell are team, which
holds good throughout our e Atire M t
We sell nothing but the bmat f ud
products-those we have tested sp, i
selves, and so can stand by,*them.
J. W. CoLUNISa OGvor. .



Colors


You know that there are colors which signify sadne&w, others wvk"
Indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think how often peop arm
made sad or glad hbeaesn of the colors?
You know that children and flowers thrive best toIn
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in yar
own home, then-why not let us show you how to get
itnla the waiUs by using




By having your walladeeorated
with Alabmstine yoh will make
them more artistic, more dmr.
able, more sanitary, and wiU
make your home a moreehee.
fui place tolive in. Letusedhow
you how easy and ecoommial
Alabatin is, and how thedif-
ferent tints and stoeceild do-
duae s e "xactl y the eft

V ng Mit ye ie am **o* se
*BBBBBBBBBBBBBB~~ada 1 *tf.0 MPy ~ *r M _B ISM~i


YaegerOBethOI Go.


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I THE 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.


SFrom 15 to 25, Class 1, $2.50 .. Annual dues, $ .75 From 40 to 46, Class 5, $4.50......Annual dues, $1.25
Proma 25 to 80, Clas 2, 3.00 ....Annual dues, .75 From 46 to 50, Clam 6, 5.00 ...Annualdues, 1.25
vam 80 to 586, Cla 3, 8.50 Annual dues, 1.00 From 50 to 56, Class 7, 6.00. .Annual due, 1.50
fitm 86 to 40, Cl 4, 4.00. ....Annualdue, 1.00 From 55 to 60, Class 8, 7.00 Annual dues, 2.00

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


ision, when each member is assessed $1.15.


A division is 1000 members all


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

L. N. MILAM, Tallahasssee, Fla.


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,
BAKBR.
Choice Fresh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
and
J. w. couJS .&A O.


St~et.ement.
Made K under eetmam I. Chapter 4115. 4aws of
Vlldak s bhewta the amount of taxes char-d
SthTau allar f Leon county. l rdu
to beeooetd fOrw the current yr I~W. nd
ea.,tiaM~Matofethet same to the asel
tnd-= au whleh sutaxesa have been lemladt
Toa Tta Yoau 10S...... ... .. U
Ammnt paid to May let. 19W7 ....6..li 1
1Balance .. .. . 8UL
APPORTIONMENT
General Remme 8 .77.M1
An't paid to May lot. IW7 .&0.72 UI5.I
Am't Paid to May let, 107 1. 1181 4J.Um4
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o M n o ^ Earth Can do more than offer to re-
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