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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 31, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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~~TALTAPASSIIIISI6~1 1


A. FRIDAY, MAY .81, 190.


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.AIM NotU


aeseelt (he year, our State
Sight weon be eaDed Tallhas-
Sand the vitor who
P da soul tgi g for
M is beautiful i astu
Mls die gratiied on every
w 3e re. the streets are
I sedd water Oaks am red
great magnollas, black wal-
poem are abundant. In
we happened aerosa
agaolainithelty. Ithwas
s, others, but wasr
tr this m ql tree
el etfar f o 80 fet in
Ssat was rich to new foliage
white bloonak .
SUs lMlahaaley country tis
mettea, and with good cultva-
large erop of many
gardens look thrifty and
might be a great
her, i there was direct corn-
Sto the large northern mar-
Swore especially interated in the
etal and AuwWrnEl shrubs and
M and constantly surprisd at the
warietyAtnd Le wide extet of
ta a which they ease. With
friends we clam the
State Female Co *o, and
t and gased at the bea-
M. view spread out all
ia nan extending freo ton to
4ts we weat through
N Ory6 e4 4at the mew


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Lau~smds !~Sa~sesto

wwarat h uuet 0 h40"thp swe


Irot yemerve


of the sessions of the Taaaee meet-
ing, bearing fraternal greetings from
the National organisation to the State
Among the many successful business
and profeasiobal men of the race in the
State who have signed their intention
to be premset during the seasons of the
League and prt to in the delibera-
tions of the meeting are: Prof. N. B.
Young, President State Normal and
Industrial College Rev. F. W. Lan.
caster President Industrial Insurance
Co., acsksonvile; Dr. S. Timothy
Tiee, Editor and Publhsberof the Tampa
Bulletin; Dr. J. G. Hankerson, Presi-
dent State Baptist Convention; C. W
Parrish, of Pensaeoo Auditor Union
Mutual Aid Society of America; Jas.
Dean, Esq., of Jackecsville; Prof. C.
D. Menifee, head of the Agricultural
Department Tallahassee Normal and
Industrial College ; W. H. Kirby, Ph.
D., Pensaeola; Messrs. Chas. H. An-
derson, Jacksonville, and B. J. Jones,
Lake City saecesaful merchants;
Prof. J. G. kiley, Prin al Lincoln In-
stitute. Tallahases. -
Miss E. 0. Palge member of the
Faculty State eor mnseats to de-
liver an add l a paper on
some hae eence; Mrs.


: yand duvtiim of th ago zas at Tatah-aes, (elr line o busi -
IsW.h have lg se dsov neswl be iM on the pro-
st. The we stood at the gram.-Penseo F Sentinel.
of te fortunate Prince Louis




....n...texpe- ory. This dear young man had an-
emAer manev turns and ,- stricken down with a severe ase
t "and nearly os'orwa, we of measel which finally endld his life,y

Srfrs-"It hidde, indse f oan through all d his suaering he did not
no townnis.utiw- f6f I.W&De





the Capitol. No stranger i l like a true dy Christian, his
wit hot a guide, as it is not in sight wo. were, am not afraid to die.
eny rt of the ity, not eve So e pntosed away poung ful and happy.
S e olege tower Wanor uronthe Ta s d= yong mn with a sever h ca
n is at a standstingll, beeuse of easels which finobyally en his life and
oedut hidden a ty thousand dollar, acquaintanroce for his true nodidbleness o
on a twle ve thousandhalf,seeme dollar harater andvirtuouh life was spotless,
e Capitol. Nrthmore, while the nd we a his dear esteemed frids last
t ht a guidelightful for a week's out words were, y1m not wthrid to die."
S aummert wof the ne to assert oets pased two brothersae and hap der

ats Govator's famist ly ill because lo s ored anted lo ad to th w riendo and
AmatO build a forifty thousands dollar acquaintances ofor hart is true nobleness of-

,,ose foatwenst even thousandh th doear charace in their hour of was spo, ad wless,
tion. Frthertime to c thile and compas onship o our dear esteemed fiend
ansdelightful for a weeks young c rienred a e withr, sadkearwtr
summer, we venture to assert hat the wotrue Allwothers and hiFts r
s vemb of ths fal will treeve did ean him home to his own bo som
r two eamune. a Ht lifea for a morte higher and a mpth ddeon-
a.o qunoMeitothemtya we do d the obr caln where he owr

tht in tire made vtoery we, therom earth sorrow and coannhip of our ad to
~ rem a Ms warm-he artd hoitable owler hfriend and rth no d thang
i't ~f well that thher lis truly his gained wat
- itE ,e is a "ata t a doy ,dhappeas he i nowxpela.
beauti fr legislatu tioneve did thae presene of his deown ord
S a. The lf is lt take a lavfr ntod to a more higr ever and a divine,

city, t. nobler calling, and whMaster, to know free
md aU r m e de vorywelm the thfrom earth f oorrow a pain and tbo
to He are ta rhemr arte only ten or toxsuffperhe oe Sno more, tea



twve wrk lft, they their los truly his gain, and wi
eaid 4&Wh... bosome nght eas in ab o w pe!"ai
ir,eisaeonotl faiurhe presenceto .of his de. Lord.
beaut In th r stu O- Dr. A. Ham, of Al w
the The has latueen tagA dSavor and to be for ever and tem



S ad is mueh aed of the t, capital his week who made toh Demno
I mount ofbasinaas treasatad. In erat a pleasant visit.
lho iattsoe a mheIfreefro o i inbody
o le of a few to l onr atide oan next summer, and will be eenW
t* s wihdays ld they ooars to and uyntl that people get what the




O raa hoo d to tps demas
parta t bills ur for, afr to nThe _prayer of the big slovi

who er of peessmal. in tie preent lature pretty
,is t s Uhery to d of a falte et large, and the orts of somem.



e Re M dvohseo hBs, weno he wm beng to apper taun. d is quite

n ithe fresonumtia veye. a Let some little bil eone ap
0. am- is mua eaeabd of the atd this week, who made tie Dm-n
in C amount of business btratsad. In9crat a pleaaant visit.
IV lAureas in cgessittinsIn







ofsa ewtoo compea0es =onI.
Sof sa or eJasor d agIn nex t summer, and will bete cw
w ml t agoversest, t es until the people mget what t e
soW19 I r-aswItowy the y aded n fav. of the

'I of the maerpesf toT he isnoe nce of the big corporatioes
e w ofto pero a pe eeemay. Imt hp. their elnt l ee wag Praety





dMs1 mw The W, r tes aad lwkuntouched is quite
h ereptie mst. ey to gm a gam. in wt some little bl the up
aw,-e.l.,,o .,am-i




ther te est ohse of the o aon have e smsh xonb ri
Sw 07 the y 4aftst sj a itn the ti e ve r fa o the
a o w new. euinasto that fi me vstiom prves thatthey an
fh r the purple 4f ife1 B&i o C l
-H |(a m t So b aow doy41 mmaE W U their elouen pews l s?


%- 6 1:I
10,00012
508,00o 0
W9" il70
6,106 OM
],0183
6119 06
:'Am 06i
3,219 94
1,4.10 00


rrekonwPal perw se'rs aick ti an,
at ... .... ............ . 4' 00
Lawful MOwy 3egs ieflt bonk.vi s
e s. -t"r.> ,ure
(a per eft ) : :0- 00
Total .. ... ... .I'l -3
IJUAILrTI E
Capital stock dM l..... . 60o 00
Surpho fuand ............ .. 1000000
tUadixed .................. pen
Nathstio al k Do lmng o.0 0000
Da* to 9 Ms IllJ ., l 74
De to }.6
nksL .. ..... ..... 1.106r i
Individual d pesds ketche 4?.an ul
Time Certilat"eguDo 4.60 42
Casbier's h weeks .utse dhw 1,209 6
Total ..T ... .... C 53
STATm or P IAM (.
County of LMe. 6.
I, W. 0. lind. sn- A of the above-named
bank, do oIm Iswsj3t the above statement
is true to the bt ft klemewled and belef.
W. C. LEWIB.
Comncr- Attest: Cashier.
GcO. LAWIM,
E. E LwwU,
.-. E. Luws,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to bI fore me this a th day
of May. 1WI.


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B. C. WHITIELD,
Notary Public.


STATEMENOf TUE CommTI
CvT 13
STAII SOWhiS BANK
Or TALLMAJAMEE.
In the Staft of VhsIor at tIw ckme of bi!,mflelb
on the kh day ci May. 19071
RESOURCES~.
Loamnasand Diamounta M.W
gW*Ntv OWMunicipal Bonds 10090
Ro= Fratraadlxtri 009,M w

Tow)1 S 413.715 90


Capital Stock paid in
nuriu*. .. ....
Undivided PrA L.
IndIvIdual Depolsit object to ch.r6.

iAT' or PILOmIDA, .
Cesnay of L.L. N'.


$ 210,000 04
10,000as
18,295i1
*%4n0474
$413,71 f,90


L B. C Whitld. C'whir of ihe ktate Havings
eak of amsi Fla do sollunnly swear that
these. spmint of the coodiBo s -Maid Bak
at te seso bi nespi on the 2th day of May,
1t07. I tm tothbtent of my knowkede and bellef.
B. C. WiITFIELD,
CamLi*r.
CoaCTr- Attent:
Goo. Lewim,
W, C. L ws,
U. E. LawM,
Directors.
Sworn to adllnubcribwl before me Uthu 2'th day
of May,. 17. .-.. .


(JMAL)


W. H. QUArTERMAN.
Notary Bublic.
la Nemortam.


BLACKiUaN-Caroline Blackburn was
boo in Tallahassee twelve years ago,
ad left us for her home in heaven May
1907.
r Parents are good Methodists of
the true and loyal type; consequently,
Cat.Mewas dediato the Lord by
bpsm at tender agamad when nine
orof ape gave her Ksito to Jesus,
ed her life to God, joining
timh e k of her choice. Caroune wa
a rit Owet spirited girl, obedient
and slisu in the sehool-sm, gentle
a ld ida the home-motherly to her
litt brothers and s yes in the
f0s0y irle her spotless character and
suy esul seemed to be the magnet
asond wibh all hearts el tered in per-
feet res mmd warmest love.
a the J e league d Sunday school
she w a thfuemeb, aad willing
wONer ad Oh! how we will miss her
aes ilw y in these meetings-her
,ilt vaest,
we placed the flowers upon her
N*ew ade grave, we resolved in our
heart to meet her In the beautiful
heJ:., d ..
mw t watching aod waiting, not
Sher loved smoG, her, buit for
er u oan s and o-worker in the


TAM. PaOrO0.

M e Lard help yeo mahe Buck-
le's Ia lve knowto writes
J: G. Jkous. of Chapel i C. It
qu*64 took the pain out of a fIamo for
meadMa it *naW Aww NNW"
e at on earth W swag$
ad wounds. 5e atajdgte


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and imp ba trialT The why hould be tidff
the wi lioee It may be that the an ds e t
deadmanwasa personal friend. Gr- ment of SepteWr 3,
antinr this to be the case would they Jet to a tsax of
not nave shown their friendship by acre. This es
coming into court and telling the whole land in Soutam
truth and nothing but the truth?- D de and *.aro. b
That would have been true friend- with it not only an unjust be
ship to the deceased and justice to the atio, but is objectionabl aa h
living. following reason s:
When a witness tells the truth there No complete and the i
is no possibility of a lawyer tangling the territory covered by -the
him up on cross examination. But been made to determine wMt
according to opinion such has not been any of this territory is
the case In the Troy hearing. Some of drainage, or the prn-eticabUlilti
the State witnesses have been badly ing same, or the value theatel.
mixed up and made to correct them- The United States Govemegt
selves by the attorneys for the de- recently been having the
fense. Upon this fact is based the aminedland urveya to
charge that they perjured themselves. practleability of h sii
If the cuaed committee a foul and til that *xaminatioq is
unwarranted murder the Metropolis a report aimow is
would bethe first one to condemn him sira to exped t he
and urge that he pay the full penalty state or tax ora any
of his crime but It doe not hold any of dralnagea In
more than doe the public that a man No e Mleteand M led
should bepuaithed upon perjured testi- of the p of
mony, n" it firmly believe that every matio this have M
witness in this or any other ease who and no eoMplet pmmade
deliberately swears falsely should be the amomutor e st of t het
punistd. How the court will pas bees made, and no momey shoU eld k
upon the testimony before him re- pended o withnt thee
mains to be seen.- Miarmil Metropolis. plana id atx.
A of the are ine
The t S Plat the NOews. In the dtseit mentioned In htA
The Lakelnd News: One of the fp s trp .....wh
score of friends who hav e a a t m and innot wort
unqualified approval of the way this the lEvergads, and nomt wolort
per handilet he news, hands us t he 6leai TeU a lonwfeel or
Sng, which covers the as e Mke a blestai I ot. e lower or
blaaket: "TIe right to print the e f "ao teis m is roen
imate new to a faotfus that as soia l s a I ro6 W and the Ja o l .f i
firmly established in as newspaper a@ toa aisi-. th i s
the ht of a court of justiee t ry "o"rs . t i .. o
sanyedi e a c a mderio withh crime. atio T the
fts i teIsailj usts in w s -a
reasonable to atnewspa pe o o et* at
press news, as it would te o pld It Court a
with a court not to take eonitan ee of stha.d th e i
an offense against the lawsbeeroae the aet o

ly. we mlion that Itisthe duty ofa an0 Le5 u ei
newpape to pub al the news tUM h a tisI( lfUdt b W*.
is fit to print The value of a m new- Ni mat m 't l th
papor depends Upon the amount of in- u._.''-' th M.v. -i-led t h
ormaton t contains. The publisher igate abe referred to,
who on any rounds other thlan bd aty wth at te f a
to the publk whieh he serves, sppro-a rfr01 .of toe
Smewsa is unfaithful to h is ren-dest l..-. ..f
A man iroineco nhis s dt in h "da the best
the community or any other purely per- IZ ; that
oKal reason doe ntot outwlgh ther t the fruit
the to jthd *i e lag the East C(oast
fi e a R. 87 No agsea an estimate, and no ome
print thlegitImate news. m oant of work or ha
r time4e able cost of th N
Hon. Jefferae B. Browne, has been i drlaage Il the district ref t
Tilabhasenm among the law-makers this tLis amdment, and the
week. There to no Plorldian who has ot to enter upon the *
more warm r .nds at fTall tax popet basedon su *o
hapasoth sad his me t wife, inflation
own, and rio th Faea Sale.
-r. Two graded Jersey CowM withyoti(<
scales. Apply to ML" J C. WM9*U'
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Lylg Whmaeo in Sowm ,
Abre. iso B dmo ng that the human
fe, to Brono to b that tho t ae t ef
win C at u imor aMother, td
thatOawy of us = l little "white u1e"
thba neveramw a much eitherin ..
jury orood. Nl wy the truth would
not do efler at any aJd all times none
can teU.
I But is it so with the deliberate liar.
the liar, who, if neeeseary, would take
I the life of a human teiLg by lytg?
Such a liar as th it a eeourge t the
community to whih e live, and, if the
opini9p of the great majority of the"
persons who have attended the prelim-
inary xamation of Thomas W. Troy,
for the killing of Geee C. Newoarb,
before County Judge of yser duri the
past several days to b entertained.
there are some of this calibre of liars
in our midst- -liars who would by their
lying sacrifice human life.
And these were state witnesses.
Witnesses, who, above all others.
should tell the truth, the whole truth
and nothing but the truth It Is not
the purpose of the State or of its lawa
that an innocent man shallbe punished.
It iN the aim of the law to punish the
guilty and vindicate the innocent. The
State should be impartial, unbiased,
and above all strictly fair to an secu-
ed, and in this comes the old and well
established law "to the primer shall
be given the benefit of the doubt."
Mind you, the Metropolis, is basing
its opinion upon the opinion of those
who have followed the hearing of the
case against Mr. Tro. The erim
with whleh he isa ccao is on of th
most deplorable in the annals of Dado
county. The State is imegati it
for the purpose of determining weatper
the ac edeshall be vindicated by @1.-
charge or ld for a further trial.
Simply this and nothn more. Th
truth njus no one, and why the wit-
nesses for the State should b allowed
and seemingly encouraged to lie in the
manner in which they are atusedof
doingis a mystery
dWold it not have been to the credit
of the attorneys for the State and
judge presiding to force thesea witnesses
to tell the truth?
Would ,*sy have lost prestige by so
doing? ould they not, a matter


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.S .f ot to t e .A .. 2sl
om s ema a steo for time U. east. to his
She fact is also known that s, Frak lor h a numbe of
Adams wi soon make th e me. I thw ybu, is gratifyg
mt of hSis andidacy. The 1atmaty Elyh MWe to th.e g mat j
i '111,i 0n ow s Ppated, Bsd will dra votes that t W- done him righted, for
rom e""Ish en ough to defeatthat "som f, so way, the Ruler of the
SIIp^ edif se f tioma-but Adams will w : Univelways rights sueb wrongs.
AM r TarT Is AMEW The eorrespoadet from TaslahaeNss No bs hrdd Hon. Fred T. Myers
| Kt ewad mt of the Tamps Times says: of Leoe ftismate that he desired to, or
V -.-.-..- "So much has recently b n heard of would be a *ndwdte for Governor, but
Sf1- f t o as l@so NwUspW the future political plans of Hon. John as It is n am "order of the day." to
ot fef&scomer. 8. Beard, of Pensacola, Senator from mIas ii oeof the bt men ft r these
t- the Second District, that the Time public positions, the True Democrat
lMi Ne MW SL. M* correspondent made it his business to suggests that we center on and elect
.. see the Senator and ask him directly him. No better material could be
whether or not he intended to enter the found in sunny Florida at this time
A IB race for the United States Senate either.
Adams Ii removing many bou- against Senator Mallory. Yes, the True Democrat will support
M *A theState pressfarand near, "Senator Beard was -as usual- Hon. B. E. McLin for re-election and
deser every one he gets.--- frankness Itself, and without hesitation there is more than one other of the
'"Trab Ve. replied: 'Yes, you may say that I nt cabinet we will also support,
R. H. M. Davidern, one of have made up my mind to run for the unless better men, all thing consider-
'* best loved old-time Repre- United States Senate in the coming ed, be pitted against them. Because we
wVs, Is among his Tallahassee primary, and,' with a smile, 'you have differed with them in some things,
again today, and shaking hands might add that I feel reasonably confi- does not make it necessary to see them
tihtesleisisto.. "dent of sUCCs i altogether wrong, and we admire the
S'I shall,' continued Mr. heard, good in them, even be it a speck. The
'L*preen tative Griggs, of Franklin 'make a direct issue of my proposed people of Florida will always fnd the
,eae succeeded in having passed constitutional amendment repealing True Demacrat "talking out in meet-
t law that will b effective and the fifteenth amendment, the purpose ings.
will mean much to the state of of my amendment being to disfranchise The tate papers are e n to
itf It becomes a law and is en. the negroes. I have been-my amend. The State papers are beginning to
Is it should be. mentha ben.-grosly mipr draw word pictures of ideals for Gover
feel confident that oe te pe nor. That of the Orlando Reporter-
rAls whole country extends sympathy and e I fee lnfi thy netthewill Star, we fear, is too perfect for this
pie understam! my object they will
family in the death of Mrs. Wm. stand by me to the end.' world of imperfect humanity, ef temp-
which occurred at Canton, "When asked what sort of a cam- station and strife. We like better that
a, Monday. Another great and ign he proposed making, Senator of the Tampa News which says that
woman now sleeps that knows no eard reply!d: 'One of the most thor- "the Governorship of Florida, to be
*ntg and the world is blessed ouh ever o n intheState. I shall properly and honestly and progressively
be lived in it. shall soe as many of the people person- administered. doesn't demand superla-
t e seIf there i no chance for aly in every county ,as I can.' tive qualities of greatness or unusual
'My resolution has been misrepre- endowments of mind and heart."
cl 5. I. Wailes to beepald by this rented for political purposes, but it has Then it proceeds to outline such a char-
lature, as the claim is being ig. been warmly indorsed by statesmen Then t proceeds to outline such a char
i'pd. This is not the proper treat- and lawyers in every section. In my acter on the broad lines indicated. The
of a nan who did so much to have addresses I shall devote myself to the Times-Union has already had a few
S? o mpan awlodd nomudch tohave- principles I have always advocated ; words to say on the same subject.-
btate paid a long pending indebt- and if my portion is not already well Short 'alk.
ll by the United States Govern- known I shall do my best to make it 'o k.--.-- - .
"'-t.- Jacksonville Metropolis known. I expect to open my campaign, The Florida Negro Business League
,- t.l --- concluded Senator Beard, 'about Octo- will meet in Annual Session at Talla
;'ety citizen of Florida, and partic- her Int, and from then on shall be on hassee. June 26-27, 19a7. This organi-
Tallahasaeeans, sympathize the stump'" nation is composed of property owners
with Representative Dudley and .
f lly, who has been laid up with Governor Broward has the Legisla- and the beat business men of the race
m y, who ha en laid up wi ture for his drainage scheme, but the in the State and they should be encour-
weeks fever. Mrs. Dudley and amusing thing about the whole matter aged in their efforts for the betterment
children are with the honorable is that neither the Governor nor the and prosperity among themselves.
lemnann. The. prayers of our good legislature found it out until last ...... .
10 are that he may be spared. week. -Peasacola Journal. We saw-off with Times-Union Short
,e ,h m.ay s pSeems to be a fact, but can any one j Talks on the Lake Jackson bottles, but
Itho ute dollars has been appro- tell just how he got the whole thing so join heartily with him in the following :
te to defray the expenses of it, well "obfusticated." There can be no In assuming charge of the Clay County
sn appeal will be taken in the re- doubt a majority was aginn him" at Times, Fred L. Robertson and F. Ion
decision of Judge Swayne in the the beginning, but please, what Robertson assure the public that it is
of the Jackson lumber Company wrought such might changes. their desire to make the Times one of
the Tax Collector of Walton t m th im n
Yin which the Judge held that Bryan, whose cousin went broke the the best weekly papers in the stateand
other day and coat the Nebraskan that their platform is "Boost Green
tax assessment laws of the State $,000, will doubtless exclaim with Cove Spring and (lay County." We
% ooonstltutlonal. Charles Lamb: "Would that all my congratulate the people of our pleasant
akner billthat will strengthen ins were once remov'! "---Tampa little neighboring city on the advent of
Prohibition laws, and force officials But Cousin William Sherman Jen- these two able and experienced journ-1
be active in running down and bring- nings still holds a winning hand and is list, among them
to Mtice illegal sellers of whiskey, master of the situation !" His ac- The True Democrat feels that it is
passed and will become a law, and credited fine salary of $6,000 as attor- due Mr. L'Engle and his competent
t credit is due Senators Massey, ney for the 1. I. and Drainage Board clerical help, fnd his force of skilled
phreys, Crews, Adams, lenderson fixes him financially 0. K., and that Union printers binders and pressmen,
SWet (4th), for their manly talks will keep the "wolf from the door." to congratulate them on the clean work
Kp favor of its passage. " turned out and for promptness. While
On May 7th. the following appeal We are petitly waiting to see hat there was piles of it, it was handled
the newspapelrs are going to do to
wired out as a special from New brother Heto ngton, of the Lkeand with dispatch, cleanliness and prompt-
,"for all Southerners briefly to I News, for inteodlcing the word "ana- ness, and they were out with it all on
business and all moving wheels at goslty" to Florls journalism. andnght time up to Thursday, the last day that
t, June 8, the moment of the un. 'wrth i e arIf he work of that kind cotid, or should be
S e Jefferson avis statue at n escapes wi th a whole skin, we are .
of the Jefferon Davis statue at ing to resume the use of our "obfusti- expected. Better price was paid un-
a pnd reunion of Confederate cated."---Punta Gorda Herald. der the present contract than for years,
,..was seed here today by That's good, for the FPlorida legisia- and we hope they wui realize a fair
Lee, commanding the veter, ture got truly "obfusticated and pass- profit on the good work they have done,
d .,,..^ ed the Governor's draiage sheme and there is no buncom in our good
SWe were fuarnihed a copy of Senator again, and "who'd have thunk it poessi- wishes-when we say it-we simply
ftes E. Broomoe's speech in the Sen. b'e," so now we will lay it up to Hath- mean it. -
ion the eubject of Increased salaries eringtons "anagoeity" and call it genu- The State press, so far as heard from,
cabinete t offers, with a request to ine "een passant" including any andall areall moast unanimous In uexpressions
| it., and it will be found else- things everybody desires to say about agalNat the calling of an extra session
bere in this lasue of the True Demo- the doings of the whole session of the of the legislature for any old purpose
iat. If the attorney for the Internal recent legislature. "Let 'er go yen please, but we do not suppose that
)iprovement Board and the Governor Gallegher" will emnt much without Governor, who
b to continue to reeve 6.000 per an- Whe the would "muc le" us for expressing an
Salary. we feel they are worth a the empaign opens up, "That opbni lt opposition this way of lok-
a 0a ch, w to the State, tmoo, as se, with ts contents, in resp lig at public affairs. An ofllicial who
^ ,,0 man, to moe howls wor, s to 8eate Resolutions 48 and 6." is would brand hs newspaper men as
put in as many or more hours work oing to make some interetin reading "hrelin" who would msli editorial
some of them do work well and matter, alnd beside furnish some valu- hire at "so much wo ell ed with orial-
fi. ly M o. able campaign thunder for the oppo- n t thrown in, would hardly notice a
fact that the legislature, in the nests to some of the mighty members proest from any class of newspapers
..M.thetion and passage of the drain- of the present Cabinet. In Flord We do not believe the -


rl, oI open revolt againt the
w recordedentimntof I is not the orp of The is lature adjourning today, however,
m that i me should not be Democrat to eat reflection on a sin- will leave a suffleiet cause or excuse
as inality. True, the i. gle elrk employed at the State Capi- for it, sM the polite eet the cost
of an xtam 5esioB weuld have ma
Trustees will now have legiala- We have m t t have a saving influcme with our Chie
qmthoylt for the continuance of am ubaspbishedteoa@a itouChel .
enterprim of Governot Brow am ebl busites of Seat. Je ourt
but'both the Trusteom and Gover. o a metn that s be T Blks have al rtIshed club
Inhv abouldM rdefet that they t ** I ed, emsl Tlhasse and ave decided
a r taandte pts however, that we dom ea cilay wy to nd v et apart W ry Friday at
LhW* the C Wl. And th will be a day aaaphI his O Ia e iae k. f y-j ps">ad *'t t he.
taoo ,or those nw Ste of Ssim idhave a n.- m. (r ta the Blif PAWe t .
sletUm who dh the madte o s employed in the MiWsta e iu Mil be aant .
-plewh elPeceote ruoo v "Only that sad moth- Ds n W R. W. Oobbs Drug Cs 'a
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Cofedrate Veterans Re-
on sale May26, 27, 27,
5.erd operate double dally
from Tampa. Ja onvlle a
l ,rmia points. Extra through
Sleepers and day coaches have
so all may be made
to allow their patrons to
the Jameetown Exposition, the
mud will honor return portion of
j 'tickets from Portsmouth.
round trip ratL from some
po t points in Florida are
I llowe : Jacksonville $13.75; Lake
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STampa, $17.55; Manatee,
S P"me$tto, $18.50; Bradentown,
SSarasota, $18.70.
e these rates are announced for
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O -Ito the public.
The Seaboard has issued a very at-
..AMotive and expensive folder devoted
Strly to this occasion. Copies of this
and other information can be ob-
d on application to any Seaboard
agent or to S. C. Boylston, Jr. assist-
ant general passenger agent, Jackson-
Sville, Fla. ---
Cared of Rheumatisam.
Mr. Wm. Henry, of Chattanooga,
STenn., had rheumaLism in his lefterm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
w- out of the muscles, so that it wa' use-
Slees for work," he says. "I applied
W Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel-st night, and to my
|" relief I found that the pain gradually
left me aud the strength returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
and has not since returned." If
S obled with rheumatism try a few ap-
tions of Pain Balm. You are cer-
S to be pleased with the relief which
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Chukch Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastor.-Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p.m. AUmembers
requeted to attend. The public and
t" agers specially invited to worship
*o Wiu s.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. Wm. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.-Reular service at 11
*o'locsk-a. m. and at 800 o'clock p. m.,
s' ermeos by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.45 a. mn..
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B.
Pruitt, partor. Services: Sunday at 11
a.. L and 3:30 p. om.; Bible school, 9:45
a. m.; Junior B. Y. P. U., 3:30 p m.;
I$. Y. P. U., Friday at 8 p.m.;
and Praise serve Wednesday
D at78p. m.I
ohs episcopal Church, Rev.
W. H. Carter, Rector-Services:
aad Holy Pars, holy common*
a 'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
S-d POOp_.m. 8pm, P St.Mi-
aeld ( 'l oed). Sri : Sundays,
Ua.. ARee B4.80kM.
8 ...-4-rvices are held
Sme yatIt oU'd ok a. m., in the
roo. m*te- tory, of the ol
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Y. W. A.,Ch 0h,

TME WAY SENATOR ei p.
No. 143.
lo to 5 o T Scripture Rtu die Prayer Voice.
Aad What *e Bad to Say ** TU The Lo erd (ddle),
snest.Ie Miss B i D. D.,
Following isa senator .James 2. T n. larit,
Broom's speech in opposition to the FaithMful l) y pirit,
BW Increasing Salaries of Cabinet Benedictio and Piano.
Offers to $3800.00 per annum: March (Jensen), M Foster. Mtla
MRt. Pa" m'SNT- -Keipp.
Owing to my indisposition. I feel that Ek F eat M-
I should yield to the dictates of reason David Parker, of yette, N. Y who
and quietly remain in my chair, ev'i- ti Bter g pe w re good
dancing my disapproval of this meas- than any medlela I e#er took. For
ure with only my vote, but when [ ac-i several years I had stomach trouble,
cepted the trust reposed in me by .y and paidout much mo.ey for medicine
to little urpose, untilF began taking
people, I pledged to them that my Electric Bitters. I would not take (500
mental faculties should ever be exer- for what they have done for me."
closed in the performance of that duty Grand tonic for the aged and for female
which would beat contribute to the hap- weakness. Great alternative and
pinege of the people and the welfare of body build; sure care for lame back
this State, and weak kidneys. Guaranteed by all
Fellow Senator~i, I trust that y, druggists. 50c. *
will pardon me for digressing for a o-
ment I have been charged with in- Gr SafA Ce ss Night.
consistency, as I voted a short while The 1907 graduate of the Florida Fe.
back to raise the salaries of members male Colle held their clasa night in
of the county School Boards, and now the opera house on the evening of the
opofsing the increase of the salario 6th. Alar ie an e wa delight-
of the Administratrve Offices Mr. full entert ead by the young ladi-
President, the two bills are not t all I the usual bot un lddes
similar, the members of the School Wgh eusal oitrmof address,
Boards receive only twenty-four .,llars prophecy, poem &d history interspers-
Boards receiveonlytwenty-for dollars e ith well rendered musical selections
a year, while the Cabinet Officer, re- both vocal and instrumental. The col-
ceive twenty-five hundred dollars per Ile faculty is justly proud of this clash
annum and in addition to this have con- of 1907 for its members are young
siderable clerical aid. Education i the women of brilliant promise, who have
training of our intellectuals powers been more than usually diligent and
and the development of our mental parptaking in their schoolduties, show.
faculties; it informs and enlightens our ing anambition thit was eminently
understandings, moulds and regulates ras worhy eminently
our principles and purposes, and quali- The legislature ha- ,one well to 3o
fled us for any calling or business that libe ra itrove rfre gowt of Fioo-
may be useful in life; and, the County idea's college for her daughter, and it
School Boards, the representatives of is subject for ple tant anticipation
the educational interest of the counties when the students f il' Ihaven the rown
to receive only twenty-four dollars a balls in which to entertain the public
year is to say the least an indignity to on these annual occasions which mean
the board and disgraceful to the State. so much to them ao d to society at
I now return to the subject matter so much to them a. to ocety at
under consideration Some weeks large. . -...
ago, a bill was introduced in this If TeT Don't
Senate to increase the salary of the succeed the first time use Herbine and
Chemist Mr. Rose and his assistant, you will get instant relief. The great-
This Bill was very properly defeated. eat liver regulator. A positive cure for
A Bill was introduced in this Senate to Constipation, Dyspepsia. Malaria, Chills
increase the salary of the Clerk of theand all llv4r complaints Mr. C-, of
Railroad Commission frdm $1200.00 to Emory Texhs. writes 'My wife has
$1800..0. this bill wa.b very properly de- been using Herbinu for herself and
feated. children for five vyars. It is a sure
A bill wa3 introduced in the house to cure for constipation and malaria fever,
increase the salary of the Attorney- which is subtantiate by what it has
General, Hon. W. H. Ellis. from d2600.- done for my family. Sold by all drug
00 to $3500.00, and to give him an assis- ts.
tant at $8000 00. This bill was defeated --- --
by an indefinite postponement. A Bill Gradmether's Toe.
was then introduced in the Senate to In- This unique entertainment given by
crease the balarv of Hon. W. H. Ellis Mrs. Wm. V. Knott on Wednesday af-
to $3000.00 arid give him an assistant at ternoon was one of the most enjoyable
!$000.00, this bill was defeated in the social affairs of the .eason. Mrs. Knott
Senate by a vote of 24 to 7. FIndim w as misted in receiving by Mrs. Brow-
that they could not succeed single n* ard, Mrs. Thomas M. Shackleford, andl
ed they areed to have a bill in Miss Brveard the two& last named ladles
ttodtue to be known as the presenting the guests to the grand-
Omnibus Bill, championed by Governor mothers present who were the guests
Broward, the name of each and every of honor.
one of- the cabinet officers placed in 5id The weather was perfect, making the
bill for a' increase in salary, thinking drive out to there hosted' charming
it would stugthen the bill and that it surburban residence a most delightful
would readily pas, and each and every ittng, and promoting a desire to linger
cabinet officer ht'. his friends In the nder the fragrant pines on the lawn,
Senate and House, i% would redpro- to true Southern style
catefavers, sad bythis ueans~, passthe Rfrehmnts were tendered the
bill with but little trouble; this piece of u .is bevy or f ci rmin young
political strategy ,orked like a charm girh who were assistants to Mrs. B.
lr it d th Hose by a very large tIa ad Mrs Geo. H. Averett at the
maaitriy. pch table.
How tely may we apply to
these abine rs, the woids of a UMOW *outh Carolina pays her At.
minent Lord: toray-Geral $1O00.0. Treasurer
"01O tickle me Joey O! tickle medo," $1i00.00, Seeretary of Staot $100.00.
"You tickle m sad I tlckl,,you." Tbak-er It, Mr. Pre!hlt,
"But the pople be damned. w two illion--
Mr. IFldMt.k rorlda become as U9 state of tew
EtomN iT Ig tor cabinet 2tiesit PUaS l?
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oks turday evening when the
Seles of 1907 gathered on the
operaa boo eto amuseandA
B d-m toeir fneu.Tho e evmbg'a
"w' sa vih S mn.dplomw ws omn
S _Tbere w a s great deal of
S, m very clever
ome exellen poetry,
,,ke., elaM wil, a Itarlw aroma,
some other exel-lent features.
.; t qttors were the gadutes,
Inirley Long, Mlss Reynold*
g N Mary. WoodbMy. MihaAdeS
an Miss India randon, Miss
e ltteaLiek *d Miss Alice Cor-
nay prIvd a great &y for all.
S beslaurarte sermon was preach-
1 Dr. James Young Fair, of Savannah
S t Methodist church. The edifice
e crowded from doors to pulpit.
sr, on was an excellent one. The
SM suggested were uplifting and en-
and. alculaed to make
Sft~ *ood and lasting Impression upon all
S'Wio were present. The muscle was
tqvdered by the Cole quartet, alsltt
d M b several young l e of the deo
S lrtment of music. The address be-
W ke the young woman's Christian As-
s station in the same church at night
SW delivered by Dr. W. M. ZeigFer,
S Mtor of the Presbyterian church.
11 main the church was crowded, and the
urse was edifying and impressive
,i thnJice was rendered by the College
S" Monday'i program began at 4 o'clock
Sin t afternoon with the annual phy-
S.lsl culture drill in the gymnasium,
"e da n the direction of V= Edith
director of that department.
O oount of the small pae available
ta pater a ofthe sudencewas om-
S to tand throughout the exhlbi-
*. ,t About sixtystudents of the Col-
I atiapnted end went through In-
m l ev dm tI bl and nddian club evo-
:and p ue marches and
S Monday oven 's entertaiment, the
nt debit de sat the O a house,
She 0raOting feature of the week.
M enrollment of the College Is divid-
d twen two orgni ationa, the Thai.
S Lt aSociety, and the Minerva
SCb. Both are ry Important orai-
t. mtions In the life of the institution,
le. d long before commencement week
Sreal excitement Is aroused over the de-
a bte and the champions of both sides
"* make ready for an exciting time.
When the audlanee sathred In the
ey house on Monday night the
STfande of one organisation lined upon
one side of the auditoisam and those of
th oppolng side on the other. Club
ebler and flower were everywhere in
evidence, and the young men aided the
young women In club and society yells.
At tlmeethe nole was terrible, but good
to t pvailed throughout the even-
i" t.v althouh excitement ran high.
The subject under debate was Is
S t ndency to award centralizatlon
power In the Federal Government
i ttd threatens the rights of the states.
rt -te debaters on the affirmative
S were Miss Irita Bradford and Miss J.
0. Rutland, representing the Thalian
terry Society. Tlhoe representing
theI MIerva Club and assigned to take
are of the negative were Minss Miriam
Rood and Miss Adaline Tomlinson.
The Judges were M Mrs, Hathaway,
Knight and Rowe.
Bac.h speaker was assigned twenty
minutes, with five minutes to each side
in reijones. The subject was most
skilfully handled by both sides and
many excellent points were brought
out. The speachers were well deliver-
ed and displayed careful reearoh and
a thorough knowledge of the subject
under diseuslon. In fact after the
debate, several members of the legls-
lature asked for ooptos of the speache
may theycontained imta pro and con,
tat had not heetofmreee advanced.
it took the judges sometime todecide
the contest, and even when it was
rhaced the vote stood two to one. Mr.
Hathaway announced the decision in
S taor ofhe negative side, represented
by member ofthe Minera Club. The
decision was received moat enthuslastl-

ed debators hurried over and congratu-
ated the vietors most heartily. The in-
tarstate debate last year was also won


by the Minerva@.
[ The debate was the leading, but not
the only feature on the program. There
were several musical number and the
annual address of the president of the
joint aoeletles.
'P RXHIBITION DRILL.
It was impossible to accommodate all
who visited the college on Monday at.f-
: ternoon to witness the exhibition drill
L in the gymnasium, under the direction
Sof Miss Moes, instrutor of expression
S ad physical culture The udiene wa
O n the plan and ak U the
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work as b M exhibit of Ue i t afi of
the to.ee year was destryed by ie
ted Eemb, together with Mis
Abernethy.'s valuable personal aolle.-
dons.
Proceeding the exhibit, Miss Foster
gave a horf origin reital m the chap-
el, twih was greatly enjoyed.
Those whose good fortune enabled
them to asour sa t In the opera heu"e
last night to hear the musical concert
of thel eartment of nmsic of the State
College for Women enjoyed a musical
treat that could not be emelled l sany
L iilar institution of learning In the
ooth. The high standard of the em-
poitions rendered, the nish and con-
prebhssive style of execution, and the
remarkable ability diplasyad by the
youm pertomers, esft4d general en-
thusn m andonerous applause. Space
will not permit of extended comment
apon the numbers rendered but Justice
requires mention of the compositions
comprising the excellent program which
serves as an index as to the class of
work that Is beingduoe Ip the depart-
ment of om sic oforda s college for
women The program of the evening
follows :
Three pianos. False Brillante, (Mo-
kowskl). st piano, Mis Keipp: 2nd
piano, Lucile FlemmingBersha Megin-
nis; 3d piano, Elizabeth I synson, Thee.
Bishop 3a""-- --.
Two part song. The May-eill aMnd the
flowers, (Mendelssohn); Theo Bishop,
Qlite Townsend, Carrie Dean, Clifton
voc al olo; (au Little Ren Lark,
(White).
Piono duet. Beulah Brown. Au vil-
lge, (Godard), Alice Corbet Myra

(Lodge), Ollie Townsenn, Carrie Dean.
Vocalsolo. (a) If I but knew. (Smith),
(b) Sing on, Denza), Theo Bishop.
Piano quartet. Dance of the bride,
[from "Irearms,,,' (Reube teinl. st
iano, Gertrude MaWlFllame, bsse
Lng; 2d piano, Ada Moore, Bfy Pick-
ett
Two-part Song Boat song, EAbt)
Theo Bishop. Bly Pickett. Carrie Dean,
Eva Hodge.
Voal Rolo, For all Eternity, (Masch-
Violin Oblirato, (Lucile iaon).
Piano Sextet, Ballet Walts [from La
Belle ausS Bois )ormnt]Tsehealkowsky)
1st Piano. Lila Bryan, Mary Horn; 2d
Piano, Besie Damon, Jennie Myers;
3rd Piano, Eva Fowler, Etta on, Sm'
Twopart Song Wat, We it (from
"Faust ) (Gounod) Lyric Iu
Three Pianoe. Conardo in F. Allegro,
(Muoart) VlVin Hardaway, Mary
HoarM Luvilh. Saxon
KpidAer Symphonic, E in h eitere
mScto n-partie, (Chwatal) let Piano,
Rtuth Reynolds, Margaret Bradford- 2d
Pinno, asle Long, BSly Pickett, and toy
Orchestra.
Toy Orchestra Director, Miss Keipp.
Violin, Luclle Saxon, F ute, Robert
ghackelford, Trumpet, Myra Monk,
Sleigh-bells, Ada Palmer, Sleigh-run-
ners, Angelica Yonge Schnarr., Em-
ma Lowe, Whip, Beulah Laslie, Bams
Drum, Brook Bradford, Snare Drum
Wm. Reynolds, Triangle, Salie Redd
Isbell, Tambourine, Aima Parline, Cas-
tanets, Bessie Bishop, Wine-glass,
Wayles L'Engle,. Ethel Dowling, Mir-
letons, Ada Moore, Eva Child.
With the commuencemnt eXercisee in
opera house last night Florida's College
for Women cloed., amid a blae of
Slory, the second year of its existee.
It was a fitting termination in every
respect. The audience taxed the ca-
pacity of the building ; the commence-
ment address was most pleasing; the
graduates acquitted themselves most
creditably, and other features contrib-
uted no small part toward making a de-
lightful program for the evening.
The first feature of the day, however,
wd the oratorical contest for the Ju-
nior and senior Board of Control medals.
Thi was held In the opera house begin-
ning at half past ten o'clock yester-
day morning. After an instrumental
duet by Miss Keipp and Mias Foster
the delivery of the orations b~ga.
Miss India Brandon, 1907, selectedfor
her subject **Theodore Roosevelt."
Miss Fenton Davls, 1908, took aa her
subject "Education of the Young CiU-
men in the Public School." Miss Henri-
etta Liak, 1907. hose "The Idea of
Prsonality" as her theme. Miss Alice
Parlin, 108, took for her tat "The
New South." Miss Mary Woodberry,
1\07. took as her subject "For What
Dose a College Diploma Stand?" Miss
Ruth Reynolds, 1908, spoke upon "Civic
RIghteounmi."The subject of the
oration of MIsS Delle Stroman, 1907,
was "The Holy City." "Henry Gra-
dy, the Pac~ficator." was the subject
seletetd by Miss Carrie Dean, 1007, and
Miss Mary Reynolds, 1W7. spoke on
the subject of '"Tainted Money.
Intenpersed with the orations were
vocal and Instrumental selections by
Mise Buchhola, liardaway, Keipp.
Foster and Horn.


The evening commencement pregran
was I1egun at half-past eight o'toek
with a piano duet by Misses Keipp ad
Foster, followed with the i ocatiok by
Rev. J. B. Pruitt, of Baptiat
church.
President Murphree then I.
President Edwar
'Mir Usierty Va t NraOH %


me ,wassa

btwi twould ase a

StirotImn which It a wCat
di r lacking. The .er.
was to impress pe te
madr the graduatesthe appal for
, thge m t into the wod4 -U-.e
gWi f the knowli~e t&* ei a.-
aeim~inMu and above alfto 1 pa
U o ~everything ,Sev w e
Pe 'otet emphasized the iMedof
bL e- atet, using sveral Ini
anoalasto illustrate thle fo .
After the address Miss Buehbols sas
the maic song, by Meyer-Hemadr
and then class representative and
M tae held the stage. MVia lusie
Vaan t, representative of the kinder-
arten training department, spoke on
'muste and Its influence." Mis Nora
Weakly, representative of the normal
410l, tk suher subject, "'Life's ey.
cl," "Nothing lost" was the subject
of MMs.Shirlely Long's oratin,, and
Mis Alice Corbett chose as her theme
"man the master."
The eluss honors and medals were
recorded as follows: Miss Alle* Corbett,
valeditorian; Miss Shirley Long, ssalu-
tatorian; Miss Nora Weakley, repre-
sentative of the normal school; MIas
Susie Van Brunt, representative of the
kindergarten training department;
Board of control senior oratory medal,
Miss Shirley Long, board of control
Senior oratory meal, Miss CarrieDean;
he Buckman industrial science medal,
Miss Mary Baird; Cohen physical train.
ing medal, Miss Susie Van Brunt,
United Daughters of the Confederacy
medal, Miss Mary Reynolds; Colonial
Dames medal, Mis Eva Dean.
The diplomas were presented by Hon.
N. P. Bryan chairman of the Board of
Control, and the medals were presented
by Hon. George G Mathews, of Ocala.
S Tw Jose Weddlags.
STwo marriage# will be cou matedd
next month in which the Woma;a's Col-
lege will feel a special interest. Miss
Margaret, daughter of the CIllege
Dean. Professor Ludwig Buchholz, on
the evening of .lune 4th will become
the bride of Dr. Rhea, of Dallas, Tex.,
in which place they will reside. Miss
Buehhols has been a teacher of voice
culture in the College for two years
and it herself porwessed of a voice of
g'eat weetnessa, which has given plea-
ure to our townspeople on occasions too
numerous to mention. This, together
with her loveliness of disposition and
gentle, unselfsh character, has made
r a general favorite both at the Col-
lege and s bw tw, and univer al regret
Is eOlit 1 at be removal from our
mid"9 Th ceremony will take place
at the Presbyterian church at 9 o'clock
p. m.
The second marMate is that of Prof.
W. W. Hughes to- Mia Kate Moor,
daughter of Tallahassee beloved phyi-
cian, Dr. W. L. Moor. Prof. Hufhes
was exceedingly popular during his in-
cumbency of the chair of Languages at
the CollRe, both with the students and
faculty, and had hoate of warm friends
among the townsfolk, and in the sue-
ceessful winning of his lovely bride he is
warmly congratulated by many well-
wisher.
Miss Moor is one of Tallahassee's
most charming young ladies, beloved
by all who know her, and her friends
are jealously critical of any aspirant to
her hand, but to the fortunate suitor's
credit be it said, no dissenting com-
ment has been made upon the entire
fitness of this marriage.
To both thee charming brides and
fortunate bride-grooms the True Dem-
ocrat begs to offer sincere wishes for
future happiness.
Mrs. Fred Kettle will give an after-
noon tea at East Hall tomorrow after-
noon in honor of Mias Margaret Buch-
holz.
Dr. Fred Pasco, editor of the Florida
Christian Advocate will fill the pulpit
of the Trinity Methodist Church in this
city at both morning and evening ser-
vice next Sunday.
Modern fixtures and competent work-
men is my claim for a part of your
plumbing R. J. Phllips. 13

,d~r and by virtse dedefe o fowchimr
smle m rendered t Cfr tl't Court of LASS
County lorida. la *iMne-r atUng. In a ewtiaa
-UM pMdlr thurda, fMln the lutevmsthM.
H tor ('+anpw lu aMUint.
Ml wlU sell at publeo -utry to the hlghest bder
eahk. beg -i theft newt bmoae datr in the
at{ r Jrlibhew,. tIuiatnni. on tUMe rlnt day
Mrd I. .D the fol pfngrti, t-
wsehlnq ahllmt a1 oth- pud> swn
'C<*De." known m S. Fesel hmon; hemM
Chitt. ad yellow .pttfls k ow. with .Me bem
brakems of. abut By me and all lnmm
of mid H. utork. i a IMaime IbIt
frye the wrplalnaat tt r W55 1 and alto

Veuedesl HOe Sale.
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Under and by virt of o o fow*elmur*
and ale rvnd4rred on mthe V1 datf May. A. D.
107. In tuhe (orult O wert he o Juditeal
sTVuit at ntrkda. w fm th e Conty of Leom
I I nrry Pitt I at laln 1 a<1we pewNHs
ItunIn. whew.in ashlels L Yount it Cmnplsn
sMt. and Martha W. rWa l< He"w"(itmttre W &Mt* d I will mm at ft-.
mite utery to the Mhsh uM idd for ca t"hbemt
the so6nty curt h M la. th ty il Tal'0 o
WHsun e t Aina a.
111. bot the t ii e1 O ,a .
teksa. .t m n ot orm
)u slua tn ifIin thh er cityN lbts
fdl *tu idetNE. a emt ti -
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What is CASTORIA
Castoria s a harmless Mss bteo oir Ctel .
orie, 'Drops and ootiSyr tpe.v It is Pm It b
coutasis neither Opium okpie motw Mgt l ,"e i
substance. ItM age Is its gWuntee. It dsitemr Weump
and alays everIshness. It er DIMarrbm Mand W& .
Colle It relieves Teething Troubles, eare Cotiasplss,
and Flatulency. It assimliaten the Pood, regulate the
8tomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panaea-The Kother's FrieLnd.

CaNUmI= CASTORIA ALWAYS
Dwe. the Signature of






The Kind You Haye Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
uI [s.esaw, ***y. moT_ eraserll. ..ew waem 0
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WM. CHILD,


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bro& 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, poreh.
columns, brackets,,mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.

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


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


PHONE 87.


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John B. Stetson University
FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
DE LAND, FLA.


Affilated With the Ualvernty 9o


I M LMEAL ALRTs-The standur. are those. of the niversty a
Chi i 'asm imd m se we thlir dernee from both St ton and Chic&ao.
SMtt5CM(Wad -state rtwlaw.
CLLMU WIAW.--Gmenhtes at this Coles mat.ieusit tot pretiM law In
Flort wthbouut shniNnation.
gHJ US SW y 3CrSL* aSeCIMeL W NZC MC AU.-Miebaai.
"mop S M ."q M memo Trsinh eo leadbW to deasm
lmS --llsnalmi a H it brenebs. bookkeeping I best
,eaC nd elective ,mo v- opn in toMr Drt.


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Mta. LaMtNa te-h ed .melm.Ct.hi d lg.
lSC*SUIT.-GuduatJespupoonto enter aRwa. Yale.
II-LS MIebsM~hins Qrte-ad al SAns-4M CUslses.
MOMU. 3O -1. -. Kiandues In ifse own beMtag. Ps.s
l r Sebol inos mpoet bildtin. Tbus Scheele espolemtll wrpTm
UarA teS1O. l eIp r.wo, a doses Plaea. Mreaf buifli '
,erm n-, se s c. u* .* < e. .-
*MS.cseL-Nw Stue. Otly as madekl. tec.
teto h a fbas lty a 6 mof 8 r I ar I M4 IwtmseW They hol ta ft
w a cCiteos, nmwe. ae vesaTa Dist. Cletmh. TnMuram F.
HE DowdoSml. Utret. eMtiMK VkL Univft at Miehimwias,
-Od n"sa* emen a Qmesoa d.-.rwir.. Mmmt aelvSt .,


t e ahss *weetrc lHrbte. eIseARM itM & ee 7 At M
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S.youeamsaveIn veyeaYm by tAlig car


pp eatGeoanof Doarand upwards. Intew aa
and Oat .
w ve tre a table aowinho w will accumulate in five years, compete on a ba-
sis ofa 818 ork dya in the year, at a plel Interest.
Am't Interest earned. Total a
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The capital stock of the savings bank I n$0,000.00 with individual deposits aiwv n'itl' to
$8603,1.19
Your business with us will be held etrior cndeMtial.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply last


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


t. t. LtWISt ViwsRsi.Mat.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER


Why Not BailL
A man standing on a platform in
the marin of a pond or lake, with a
dipper o gallon dimension on a six-
t foo a or handle, could scoop-up
every minute, two measures of water,
and pour the same into a box-head to a
v wooden trough which with a
from three to eight feet should
to a head-ditch on one or
E e acre areas, sufficiently ad-
jaeenfom be thus supplied with mois-
ture. At the above rate, a half day's
work, an ordinary laborers' at a cost of
60 cents, would make available 7326
gallons of water, which quantity appli-
ed twice a week, when needed, to five
acres of land surface, would furnish
all the moisture necessary to keep a
crop In vigorohs growing condition, all
for a dollar.
Just how many localities in im-
mediate surroundingsare susceptible of
saeb restatUer or- just how greatly
increased yield would result there from,
we wont undertake to say, just now
but that there are numerous situations
at hand, whee by adaptation of such
process, several exceptionally profitable
crops of farm truck, such as early
potatoes, celery, cabbage, and others
can be convented from more or leas
precarious results, owing to drouth dur-
ing the growing season to almost
assured accomplishment. Early Florida
potatoes are selling to day at from
$.00to $6.50 per bbl. in northen
markets.
= Amply supplied with moisture, when
needed other prerequisites had, in the
way of fertilizers and cultivation a rea-
sonable yield of early potatoes on our
Leon soils, is, perhaps, 40 bbls per acre,
at $6.00 per bbl five asres, at such rate
would profdce $1,000 gross.
A five acr tract of Leon' land, un-
der conditions such aa ane set fortA un-
der our DIwfas BCH will produce
86.600 stalks of well grown celery.
This product is of an average value,
in me markets, of 4 eoto per
talk, maki the proabl v e of
t deet a e acres. A%= the
th last mnt of the years equal to
BBBBB ^k JB *


Chunkch Ntes ad Cemasots.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Mission Society, will
be held in the chnreh Tuesday after-
noon at 4 o'clock, and the Foregn Mis-
sionary Society Thursday afternoon.
A cordial invitation to attend these
meetings.
The Golden Links will hold their meet-
ing next Friday afternoon at 4-30
o'clock, at the parsonage. A full at-
tendance of members is requested.
In the absence of the pator, Rev I
S. Patterson, Dr. F. Pasco, of Live
Oak, will preach Sunday morning and
evening in the Methodist church very
body come.
Mrs. I. S Patterson will entertain the
members of the Junior Epworth
League. Wednesday June 5th, from
3:30 until 7 o'clock. Each one who rea
been collecting money for the ide,
walk" for church and Parsonage, must
bring the money with them Let every
member be present.
Mrs. JI W latertaues.
One of the most delightful social af-
fairs of the season was the reception
of last Friday afternoon, when Mrs
Wideman entertained In honor of the
visiting ladies who are here spending
the last weeks of the legislature with
their husbands and fathers who are
among the honorable members of that
rM Wideman's handsome parlors
were artistically decorated, each in Its
own color-scheme, with Florida Smilax,
heavenly bamboo, roses, nasturtiums
and daisies.
Charming costumes abounded, too
numerous for individual discription, and
lovely women were everywhere.
Mrs. Wldeman was aided by Mrs Ed.
wards, Mrs. Broward, Mrs. Humphries,
Mrs. DPuray and Mrs. Charles Cay, in
receiving her guests, while Mrs. FPoter
and Mrs. Cassler presided over the
punch bowL These ladies were assisted
by Misses Marion Bowen, Arabel Hop-
kDU and Mary Gurman.
The Tallahassee bh'sswho were at the
State University and Stetson, came
home to the College commencement
of the girls this week.
this enterprise, and we'll go bail, if
they attend it properly, they'll cone
out on top HILL-aIDK-DITC,


I ache, Malaria, Billiouness Torpid Liv -
er and Jaundice quickly relieved and
permanet ry m by Father William'
dian Herb T lts. They act directly
on the Liver 41=dleeative organs, cauS-
ing perfect asmimlation and digestion
of the food cleanses the stomach, regu-
lates their bowes. They are only 20
cents per box and your money cheer-
fully refunded if not as we represent
them. For sale only by Tallahassee
Drug Co No 6
Mr. Wescott dmonson has been as i-
tmg his old hope, and Tallahassee,
friends again this week He is in the
real estate buainess fol himself now
with headquarters at Jackaenville
If its plumbing, see- ar 3.1 Phil
lips. 18


Prohibting Domestic Fowl from Going
at Large and Providing a Penalty
Therefor
Be iU Onrdetd !I the( C714 oAi ,Iu tAe Cat,
o TaWUs hae ~ideI
uOTmIOw 1. It shasl b unlawful for any pr~,n,
to wltfally nmit say chlekelma duclks.s we,
t WsmAIasm or ay otldw.dm4stie towl. to
or In Tle any pr-
e- provibaiM b -sI. upon
e~itweettE t samp bap Aivg dollar i0
ai ma not than thO days.
5 t. AU Ordlmancw or rti of Orditnnee,~
tl asmia1t artwith band t me are hereb>
r City Couneil May lat, 107.
A. C. 8PILIaH.
President City Counla.I
Attest-A. H. Wita.ium. City Clerk
Approved May 9. 19M
W N MINTOSH. Jn.
1.t NMvor
Diefhafuse Noice.
NOT'IC f HKERBY OEN THAT SIX
I =m 0afteMOth* daetthe Arst pubi s-
tis pre se nM.t miy aalMMAA nt to thk
Coaty J4We* a Ln County. r nd, anppli
far dmyadthe s eAdmniutitort of t. est ato o
Ac.ip. d A M. MAINNIN ,


THilE OUSKIS BMR'5EU.tM
iM range that will roast rmeta,
bake or otherwise eok any ve09k
and keep all piping hot until cong s
time for serving. A good gas 9U
supplied with flowing fuel as f=
through our street mains, cont"o
a simple "twist of the wrist" in Iy
kitchen meet every desire of the a
bitious preparer of media for the hou
hold. Ask all the questions you- ie
us at this office, or of our repreepn
tive. who will call at your homar
postal or phone requuet
The Capital Cit Walte6 0 Fiel I


A aq 1


Electric Lights and PO

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 Managerg


To Put On Day


Ser


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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 P1
O OX 472.


BOARD


OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light


Plant.


A -m


'fme ItiJ.


'I'AILLAHASEE. FLLA.


J. W. DEMILLY.
Veteriaary Physician
oad Surwo.
Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
WELLS STABLlS.


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W~ased.
lhe klan ot two fmndieJ .I~Ollg,
Morn. street property AcddrqM
22D Tallahas" Ae


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W. D. Pratorlus,
PFneral Director


Licensed mbalmer.
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.


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S the M wolema of
R W5 1 trawhoar e in

~... mtsi ubeg-
evenilg with a lawn
Skr tie ThaHian Literary
W sMl tnsean on Wednes.
tIe w delivery of the om-n
Milnt aid M and the presents.-
f diplases, certificates and


at week proper, open-
y evening when the
of 1907gathbed on the
m bows to amus and


a lightt and amusing oje,

yLong, some very clever
sm excellent poetry,
stos will, a ster ng drama,
other excellent features.
Ibutors were the graduates,
y LongWMiAS MaryReynolds,
y Woodbery Mis Adelle
MIMss India Brandon, MIl
Llck and Miss Alice Cor.


Sunday proved a great day for all.
Te baccalaureate sermon was preach.
I Dr. James Young Fair, of Savannah
SIthe Methodist church. The edifice
w crowded from doors to pulpit,
Sermon was an excellent one. The
anested were uplifting and en-
and calculated to make
'I odand hlating Im reslfon upon all
wI' were present. Pw music was
,ttlered by the College quartet, aNist-
ed by eveal you lales of the de.
martmet of house The address be-
]or' the young woman's Christian Asa
isolation In the same church at night
was delivered by Dr. W. M. Zeigler,
pator of the Presbyterian church.
Again the church waste crowded, and the
aeourse was edifying and impressive
*M n ,,c was rendered by the College
QMartet.
: Monday's program aben at 4 o'clock
culture drill In the ynmlum,
r the direction of Maa Edith
11u, director of that department.
O eeount of the small space available
a greter part of the audience wa corn-
iI to stand throughout the exhibi-
n About sixty students of the (91-
r partilMpated and went through in-
a dumb bell aInd Indian club evo-
and peturesMue marches and
amaingly well.
o ray evenlag's entertainment, the
later- oelty debate at the opera house,
d tM exiting feature of the week.
7q enrollment of the Coflege Is divid.
md between two orgnlsations, the ThaI
len Literary Society, and the Minerva
CbL Both are very important organf-
tlons In the life of the institution,
4d long before commencement week
eal excitement s aroused over the de-
bate and the champion of both sides
make ready for an excitIng time.
Wben the audlance gathered in the
Opnd houre on Monday night the
fiedls of one niranieation lined upon
cnr aide of the auditorium and those of
ti opposing side on the other. Club
eler. ani flowers were everywhere In
evidence, and the young men aided the
young women in club and society yells.
At times the noise was terrible, hut good
feen prevailed throughout the even-
Jin, although excitement ran high.
The subject under debate was Im
there tender to award centralization
-ft power In the Federal Government
that threatens the rights of the states
7e1 debaters on the aMrmative
were Mias Iritas Bradford and Mis J.
0. Rutland, representing the Thalian
Lteoray Society. Thone repreosenting
t Minerva Club and asignel to take
eareof the negative were Min Miriam
Riod and MIe Adallne Tonilinton.
The Judge were Mesars. Hathaway.
Knight and Rowe,
Rach speaker was assigned twenty
minutes with five minutes to eachside
i rejiolmer The subject wa most
killfully handled by both ides and
many excallent points were brought
qlt The as ahen were well deliver-
ed and displayed careful research and
a thorough knowledge of the subject
under discussion. In fact after the
debate, several members of the legia
latore asked for copies of the speo e
s they contained points pro and con,
that had not heretofore Ieen advanced.
It took the judges ome a time todecide
th contest, and even when it was
reached th e stood two to one. Mr.
Manthaway announced the decisions in
ftvor of the negative side, represented
by members of the Minerva Club. The
deiaion was received most enthusiasti-
dall especially by the Minervan and
tMir a. On the stage the defeat-
ed debators hurried over and eongratu-
IMtad the victor most heartily. The in-
srntate debate last year was also won
by the Minervas.
The debate was the leading,. but not
the only feature on the progrm. There
were several musical number s and the
annual address of the president of the
pointt weletiee.
EXHIBITION DRILL.
It was impossible to uccommolat. all
who visited the college in Monday af-
ternoon (a witness the exhibition drill
tn the gymnaaluw, under the direction
o. Miss Moses. Instructor ofexpreasion
,ad physical culture. The audience was


nmeIInc-m


Righteoumnem." Thesubject of the FPer Coee Sale.
oration of Miss Delle Stroman, 1907, .r-d. and hy vr. .off 4a *..of f.rwamu.e
was "The Holy City." "Henry Gra- an ale r-ndmerdm wion e day of Ma. A. D.
dy, the Pacificator.' was the subject 1W7. in the circuit Ce uo ed th o OdJudicial
selected by Miss Carrie Dean, 1907, and J" on'r.. i", i eg.a'otaun f seiptmip
Miss Mary Reynoldl, 1907, spoke on thesen. w omin ad B. Younr Iswarn.
the subject of 'Taintedl Money." ant, and Martms. ar ea. R ..t ,ear.. asj
Intempersed with the orations were Wab .l+a," I roI tai.b.m r,
vocal and instrumental selections by the county court hm =o0r in the city of ThI-
Misses Buchhols, lardaway, Keipp. mm inme1 e.s *aUpr~iodaytofju A.J .
roster and Horn. ,ek. a n. rea&tai n lIt orf p ld
The evening commencement program iead msitat. lyins ad ti e city a.
was begun at half-past eight o'eloek hmee ho .n and ., r twe ity1
..... .. .l "-- ;-- "' is--- "- tA .... a t krw ,,hv --- 0v a -(
with a piano duet b Misses Keipp Iad ma aaIWa har i >. NNWm art iMr u,7
foster followed with the uis vocation by wn" so rw e:- --:'. --ie at the
Rev. J. B. Pruitt, of Baptist Ofsaw ht. maN"rt
church. i(
President Murphree then iL A eN -
Prm ent EadwamU. Poth fSr-e
ma Ulverselty of North beo a
deOQveredl da O w Uh beataed Ms i .


),


.~c~prsr


SIpab. IIIt
W s- at p thepro- thet it to
xrHIMrriON IN ART STUDIO. E

drawing and art, gave an mxhbibiti of a t wouldmike;a even
Sthe wrkof her pupi-m ls 1 m r a em thm'O'iin whichitwasp snt
he main buildit Handres of peoplelackn
i examined sad aired ghe eolecto, 5was to pres 1po0
work as im exhibit ofUN finrt half of -- .to t orld maki
the college year was d.---d -,-lre ..--. .i -t--t know o rl nM ae
lest December, together with Miss dabovealto- e rehse-W
Abernethy's valuable personal colle.- erthing. Se ltim
eedt e exhibit, Mi Fetes h ed the eed of
gave a sho origin recital m the chap- Ben t a si" the t- "la 1
Those whose good fortune enabled the magic song, by Meyer.H mond
them to e ure seat in the opera house d then class representatives aia
last night to hear the musical concert tradates held the stage. Miss SusI
of the deatm nt of musicof the 8tate V~ Brunt, representative of the kinder
College for Women enjoyed a musllt uarten training department, spoke on
treat that could not be excelled In a "music and its influence." Miss Norn
similar Imnstltution of learning the Weak by, representative of the normal
Both. The high standard of the eon- shool took as her subject, "Life's ey.
positionsl rendered, the tnhim andom- elcI." "Nothing lost" was the subjecl
prehensive style of execution nd the of Miss.Bhrlely Long's oration, k nm
remarkable ability dimplasy d by the Mis Alice Corbett chose as her theme
young performers, eikte general en' "man the master."
thuslasm and generous appasa. Space The etat honors and medals were
will not permit of extended comment accorded an follows: Miss Allce Corbett,
pon the numbers rendered but justice valedictorian; Mias Shirley Lon. salu-
requires mention of the compositions tatorian; MiM Nora Weakley, repre-
comprising the excellent program which tentative of the normal school; iRs
serves as an index as to the class of Susie Van Brunt, represer.tative of the
work that is bein rdoe In the depart- kindergarten training department;
ment of mjsic of Florida's college for Board of control senior oratory medal,
women. The program of the evening Miss Shirley Long, board of control
follows: junior oratory meal, Miss Carrie Dean;
Three pianos. False Brillante, (Mos- the Buckman indlu.strial science medal,
kowki). lt piano, Miss Keipp: 2nd Mss Mary Baird; Cohenphysical train-
piano, Lucile Flemming BershaMeKin- ing medal, Misis Susie Van Brunt,
nim; 3d piano, Elizabeth Fynlaon, Theo. United Daughters of the Confederacy
isahop 3.. =,.--., medal, Miss Mary Reynolds; Colonial
Two part song. The May-elInd the Dames medal, Mi;s Eva Dean.
flower., (Mendelssohn); Theo Bishop, The rdinlo-ma ra, ted by Ho.
M R.M el b D o N .C.eBa T he dip lom as w ere presented by H on .
,Pi Townsend, Carrie Dean, Clifton N. P Bryan chairman of the Board of
Brd Control, and the medals were presented
Vocal Solo; (a) Little R'-n Lark, by Hon. George G( Mathews, of Ocala.
(Stanford); (b) Spring has corne, I -......- .
(White). I Two Jane Weddlans.
Piono duet. Heulah Brown. Au vi-' Two ma-rag. will be consummated
1ge, (Godard), Ahie Corbct Myra next month in which the Woman's Col-
r^n. lege will feel a special interest. Miss
Vochl duet. Acron the still lagoon, Margaret, daughter of the College
(lodge), Ollie Townend. Carrie Dean. Dean. Professor Ludwig Buchholz, on
VocaIsolo. (a) I bf I hut knew. (Smith), the evening of June 4th will become
(b) Sing on, (Denza), Theo Bishop. the bride of Dr. Rhea. of Dallas, Tex.,
rano rtet. Dance of the bride, in which place they will reside. Miss
(from "lrearnm,,'] (Roubenstein) 1st Buchhols h been a teacher of voice
piano, Gertrude MacWilliame Ls.ie culture in the College for two years
Mpng; 2d piano, Ada Moore, B(y Pick. and is herself posessed of a voice oe
etto .. i treat swe tne(, which has given pleas-
Two-fport Sog ,Bot gong, (Abt) ure to our townspeople on oeslon. too
Theo B lhop. Bly rickett. Carrie Dean, numerous to mention. This, together
Eva Hodge. .... with her loveliness of disposition and
Vocall olo, 1 or all Eternity, (Masch- gentle, unselfish character, has made
erton. (ae r panener her a general favorite both at the Col.
Violn Obliga0, Lucile Raon). .ge and .
Piano xt. llet Walt tfiom LA and ltA and universal regret
Belle auo lxtallenant Talchaifrow LA \5 ept-'MuiA a6% r removal from our
Belle sue oPia la mant] Tarheikowskrn ) m"d-L T ceremony will take place
t Piano, Lila Bryan, Mary Horn ; at the Presbyterian church at 9 o'clock
Piano Bsi Damon, Jennie tMyers; i
3rd Piano, Eva Fowler Etta Simon he second marriage is that of Prof.
Two p, art Song,_Walt k from ng la ..o
.Faustr tr(Goun d)WLyr:e "Cu W W. Hughes to-Missa Kate Moor,
SFaut) ounod) Lyric u daughterof Tallahassee's beloved phyai-
Three Pianos Conrto inF. All O, v1.. ro W Moor. Prof. es
(Mozart) V1 4 Hardaway,. 1mo "clan, Dr. W. L. Hogf. s.a
(.. Mo art) ma t HaMraway Marwy was exceedingly popular during his in
nHome LuFe li.axoni .n re. cumbency of the chair of Languages at
itner tiympoae, Pam ieatere the College, both with the student and
Itth n-partie, (Chwatn) latr Pirno, faculty, and had hosts of warm friends
RUth Reynolds, Marngarlt lrklidefRd among the townfolk, and in the sue-
Pahnot, "essi Long, Bilylk iessful winning of his lovely bride he is
Orchestra. warmly congratulated by many well-
Toy Orchestra Director Miss Keipp. wslher.t
Violin, Lueile Saxon, Flute. Robert -MissMor is one of Tallahassee's
Shackelford, Trumpet, Myra Monk, most charming tyun ladie, beloved
Sleigh-bells. Ada Palmer, Sleigh-run- by all who know her, and her friends
ner. Angelica Yonge Schnarre, Em- re alously critical of any aspirant to
a Lowe, Whi Beulah Laslie. Baand, but to the fortunate suitor's
Drum, Brook uradford, Snare Drum. credit be it said, no dissenting corn-
Win. Reynols Triangle, o alie Redd ment has been ade upon the entire
Isbell, Tambourine, Aim Parline, Ca- fitness of this marriage.
tanets, Bessle Bihop, Wine-gla. s, To both thee harming brides and
Wayles L'Engles, Ethel Dowling, Mir- fortunate bridenfmoms the True Dem-
letoas Ada Moore, Eva Child. ocrat begs to offer sincere wishes for
With the commencement exercise in future happiness.
opera house last night Florida's College ,M r e dKttlwill Mive,, an after
for Women closed, amid a blase onf Mrn.. Freo tEle wall give an after-
lory, the second year T i existed of is tnc. noo t a at EsMit s M argaret Buhe.

tacity of the building: the commence- Dr.vFre P'aso, eaer of te Flormaa
ment address wa- most pleasing; the Christian Advocate will fill the pulpit
reitably. ano other feature a ontrib-h city at bo th! moni meng and se. r-

Tie f-rstreature of the day, however, men i'--- "claim for apar of y1u
was t.he oratorical contest for the ju- Plumbing^ R. J._ IS.l-. 13
nior ami senior toard of Control medals. Fe... .. Stlt
This aw hel kin the oerand hoseMi begin- ,'s o5.1s.
day morning. After an instrumental ioun aori<. iniMm muttns. in a t-stha
duet by Miss Keipp and Mis Foster e.ui. pesidisittl *b .Is the I ,n1w _
the Rde ove f t e orations Can. tvimc 5 emi ie i, Whtar upn
MIss India Urandon, 19p7, selected for will ii *t puble .etWr teh highwet bidder
her subject "Theodore Roosevelt." tfqyu_ hb*eft. ^-tS ehe husdob, in" the
Miss Fen Son Davis, 1908, took a. her of * . A !,) Iahr.sse tpq houro ol 11 t m.
*ubjct "Education of the Young Citi- ,uly.m AhI ronilowrib houpto rf.
aen in the Public School." MSuHcnrn- wit: &. bi,h honeV e of twev.1r,.1
etta Liask 1907. hetse The Ide. of ^".9 w. o .1e..ll.ore" a.om
Personallty" as ber them.. Mias Alice hbtte ai yllow spm4 h oow. withoem hos
Parlin, 19, took for her text "The brokho off. ahiut five e i, and . IsCTe-
Nw-- o^..th., Mis Mar. Woodberry Of id *,at~wk -M iHhboaht
1907. took aa her subject "For What o,,Mr<"onn ri me ,,,Wj M l d.
ioes a College Diploma Stand?" Mis f.BL1Ho" .
Ruth Reynofld. 195, *poke upon "UCyic f"^ Sisimi

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FOUR COLLEGES AND RYE TECHtNICAL SCHOOLS.
DE LAND, FLA.

AfMiiaed With the Universty 9( Chicago
CU&.LOFUNS UIU*L MS-Th. stantlard. are those of the University ad
Chi~ Bitass. usd~t. receiveetheir degrees from hbth Statmon and ChIcago.
See th Chh.sad aslegu.
CSLLssUW LW -nda cae of this Callege anu dusitmi to prartlee law in
flerlds wibthesatals
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memLe. e hesl&64sad eAmiDUSe building.
prosulMMeLluhaun s mga d cdwoa mv sek-ebm C*owlee.
MONORAI - a cUsSIP.- 1. Kindergarten In Its own building. L P6-
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9=66 -Aw m~ogn, a doesm piamwe. onmrsbe buldlgwg.
MR 95SUSL.-New Stula O.Cmty casts,. nimble.ete.
stets..base0feesity of 49 5efemW and struelam .They hol degr .ftee
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gore. TDrop and SootUB f"yfIMO It is Pliw I*
cont ins neither OplemI Mwla e n Oth eor NMa ,
saultance. Its age is Its gassatee. It det0w," WM
and allays Feverishness. It esreD IMarrui and W4
Cole. It relieves Teething Troubles, emres Coastlpal
and Platulency. It assimlates the Food, regulates the
Stomach mad Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
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of Dl and upwards. Intreg yto a
Swill accumulate in five years, compatd on a ba-
latereat.


.Am'teit Interest earned. Total a
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per for 6 yrs................ w --- -.---....... 2.1 .......--.......'...... S.
I6 per yfor s year. ................ -. - - -- .. 27.8...... ............. 419.
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se per s yetars,-.....-- ---- --- ------ --- W6.70.---- ..------.......
0 par o&yrs.... -------. ..-.-I, .-------------.-- 111.40-..................1,7M
The capital qtock of the savings bank is $0,000.00 with individual deposits fmil'*_ to
$860.821.19
Your business with us will be hekldt confdeatial.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply last,


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


V.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


I.t. LeWIS. Vice-RseOn:t.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER ,


Why Met Bail.
A man standing on a platform in
the margin of a pond or lake, with a
dipper of gallon dimension on a six-
foot slab or handle, could scoop-up
every minute, two measures of water,
and pour the same into a box-head to a
v shaped wooden trough which with a
fall of, from three to eight feet should
lead it to a head-ditch on one or
more five acre areas, sufficiently ad-
jaent to be thus supplied with mois-
ture. At the above rate, a half day's
work, an ordinary labores' at a cost of
60 cents, would make available 7326
gallons of water, which quantity appli-
ed twice a week, when needed, to five
acres of land surface, would furnish
all the moisture necessary to keep a
crop in vigorohs growing condition, all
for a dollar.
Just how many localities in im-
mediate surroundingsare susceptible of
auh treatment av just how greatly
increased yield would result there from,
we wont undertake to say, just now
but that there are numerous situations
at hand, where by adaptation of such
process, several exceptionally profitable
crops of farm truck, such as early
potatoes, celery, cabbage, and others
can be convented from more or less
precarious results, owing to drouth dur-
ng the growing season to almost
assured accomplishment. Early Florida
potatoes are selling to day at from
6.00 to 16.50 per bbl. in northern
markets.
Amply supplied with moisture, when
needed, other prerequisites had, in the
way of fertilizers and cultivation a rea-
sonable yield of early potatoes on our
Leon soils, is, perhaps, 40 bbls per acre,
at $5.00 per bbl five acres, at such rate
would produce $1,000 gross.
A five acre tract of Leon's land, un-
der conditions such an a set forth un-
der our DIPPER CHEME, will produce
86.500 stalks of well grown celery.
This product is of an average value,
nla rtien markets, of 4 cata per
ot* making the probable v of
'e ares. uring the
1P L*Klast 0,of the years equal to
a ia 6 acres of land will carry
Oi4AI.bbv. whihb at only a nickle
ap aaoMtsa toam0.000.
.Ai.ONaSf. i 'mt white man, with
a nengrea' be aP jon4, a per,
a trough a plow, and bo may ctkla


C rch Notes amd Commenus.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Mission Society, will
be held in the church Tuesday after-
noon at 4 o'clock, and the Foreign Mis-
sionary Society Thursday afternoon.
A cordial invitation to attend these
meetings.
The Golden Links will hold their meet-
ing next Friday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock, at the parsonago. A full at
tendance of members is requested.
In the absence of the pastor, Rev 1.
S. Patterson, Dr. F. Pasco, of Live
Oak, will preach Sunday morning and
evening in the Methodist church Every
body come
Mrs. I. S. Patterson will eiitot tain the
members uf the Junior Epworth
League, Wednesday June 5th, from

3:30 until 7 o'clock Each one who has
been collecting money for the "side
walk" for church and arsonage, must
bring the money with thnm Let every
member be present.
Mre. J. W WMeiaa Satertatas.
One of the most delightful social af-
fairs of the season was the reception
of last Friday afternoon, when Mrs
Wideman entertained in honor of the
visiting ladies who are here spending
the last weeks of the legislature with
their husbands and fathers who are
among the honorable members of that
brs. Wideman's handsome parlors
were artistically decorated, each in its
own color-scheme, with Florida Smilax,
heavenly bamboo. roses, nasturtiums
and daisies.
Charming costumes abounded, too
numerous or individual description, and
lovely women were everywhere.
Mrs. Wideman was aided by Mrs Ed.
wards, Mrs. Broward, Mrs. Humpbhrls,
Mrs. DPuray and Mrs. Charles Cay, in
receiving her guests, while Mrs. Foster
and Mrs. Cassler presided over the
punch bowl These ladies were listed
by Misses Marion Bowen, Arabel Hop-
kins and Mary Gurman.
The Tallahassee beswho were at the
State University and Stetson, ramp
home to the College commencement
of the girls this week


this enterprise, and we'll go bail, if
they attend it properly, they'll come
out on top. HILL-SID9-DITCI.


KY SP l dIA ma UIDIGSTION.
ConstiLption. So' Stomach, Sick Head-
ache. tMalaria, "Blouness, Torpid Liv -
er and J&udlee aenquickly relieved and
per e ukby Father William's
Indian HerbTablet. They act directly
on the Liverenad di tive organs, caus-
ing perfect eamshlation and digestion
of the food, cleanse the stomach, regu-
lates the Lowels. They are only 20
cents per box and your money cheer-
fully refunded if not as we represent
them. For sale only by Tallahassee
Drug Co No 6
Mr. Wescott Edmonson has been vias
tamg his old home, and Tallahassee,
friends again this week He is in the
real estate bualness fur himself now
with headquarters at Jacksenville
If its plumbing, see us HK .) Phil-
lips. 18

An OI4anc -
Prohibsting Domestic Fowl from Going
at Large and Providing a Penalty
Therefore.
Be it Or4irMd u 01 Cat ,OunUa V IM CAti
of TaWeAsso. Plorda
teogoN 1. It shall be niavwful for any perqao
to wilfuill permit any chief ducks. gsen,
tu s. ulases. or an sa oth wtic fowl,. to
oetlaa upea t .he orsay public
ompr *rt in I-- any por-
lrovtaw ba -ba. uponr
emvtettM = b a not mn ma five dolarm ui
import not mate than thlty days.
2a. All Onllmme or art of Ordinenet
in eatherqwith band to m are heoebv
ri;;Sw City Couneil May I Vth
A. C. sPIULLFI.
President City Cui.
Atteot-A. H. WILI.IAM s.City Clark.
Approved May 9. i 7
W M McINTOSH. Ji ,
ll.St Mvyor

NOTIC 1U 'EREBY GIVBN THAT SIX
unsel aftsOw tho daote the fimt publics-
tiOs bhe tlI wl pr-ens tamy tlMcoMants to the
County J as of Lon County.r r sd, and apply
for m h aa Admrnmlettor ofta estate of
C. P.6vi, d A. M. MANNING.
Administrator.
Tallashese. PIa. Nov. 9. iNs. W
BDiacarge Mice.


Notice Is her., rv n itt in ma niths after the
date of the lt publication Iwerea I will pro ent
my Geal aseaust to the County Judge of Leon
Coaty. Plo01a. and apply for my dischari, a
Admlalotmaw of the estate of Dr. W. F. Robert
mon. KATI P. RODERMON, Administratrix
Taula sme. IFl., April I. tSi. in


iK I0OUSg esPm RS' 810U UI
ii a range that will most me6ta, bh
bake or otherwise cook any veg"
and keep all wiping hot until comNes
time for serving. A good gas t,
supplied with flowing fuel as fumlil
through our street mains, controlled
a simple "twist of the wrist" In ye
kitchen meets every desire of the I
bitious preparer of mails fur the hotM
hold. Aak all the questions you litk*
us at this office, or of our repreeni
tive who will call at your home i
postal or phone request
I h Cpilltal Citl Wa e* 11Wft el


9


Electric Lights and


The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new cus- a
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 Imw given. Ih is
the purpose of the Managers .


To Put On Day Servce4


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 ordvrr.
and report to him any defective service P
0 OX 472,


BOARD


OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light


r in


W. D. Pratorlus,

Funeral Director


rmbalmer.


NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.


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TIALLAHASSEE,


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J. W. DEMILLY.
Veterinary Physician
av Surpos.
Dental Work a .SpecialtY.
OFFICE
WElLS STALLS.


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The loan ot two tiundlie dJ ullarb.
Monroe street property Address 1
220 Tallahassee lS.


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a ort br vottar. buying,






[ / IflSda has had orne that come
V sea, if not qt. up, to your hligh
"f-^ide, sad twoeof them alw yet lice
treatafn or any other low
l, m o eor d of gaining a politi.d
.1 e. a mamn who will stand the
of any Governor of anthis city, or teDr. in
3 CrW, union whom we wha l not be
MHd in orim athpologi tie. We fore




S fe tley w would carry dignity to there
revmore of ce, and how himodinf.




jold ora w ould doubt that either of




oteu s sllanguae corretly and ad-
Setler, if t quite up, to your high
de sad two of them are yet 11Atr
S~~toviiraes Femin g rsoand dealsham.
True Democrat believes others
and be infurence in the We believe ion.
ST. yer of thor to do ltyo or Dr. un-
Crill, wour politice near what ory. Norely
,sdetd in Florida at this time We aract
Smetiy wound in th l carry dignity above. lothe
overnor' office the, and thnoe True o-an
otuld or would doubt that eitheo cr of
thmn is educatedd suMetently to use
the EngliHh language cotrec*ly and ad*
drew himself intelligently to MI public
B flestions of Sate, etc. They have
S e *metonriei a and moral characters



and na Influonce In, e world hap, eery one




rhoat't riu ihe kinrl of ad man we
Sdw eit her of r n torr, but ow ort un
san thing for political victory. Now,
lt Fslorld o sth elect one of the character
ou mention in the lit above. Florida
Sash more of them, and the True Demo-d
rat doofr not In this wish to cas t r e-
flection on any name that hra been
omenttioned an n possible candidate.
K h They arne goad ben, perhaps, every one
of them.
SThat'rd f a entury kind of a man we
boud bn in use, r governor, but it have learned
doubtful if it ver occurs. Somehow
r oth it is one e d th are never very luC-
cossfued in tfleat it into public ofea. It
l strallah but true and unexplainable.
-Miam Jnleampol o ltior i
i th ity on a visnext to her smo in there
S san >o. all tIhat's best Florida has
-ome -t (tI* b est material, and it in
.high tatif fier bet material were placed
in all importantIi lio 13
i CaaM Mary Ken Calk Calhr, thead

T..cha onure lauhhtr sro medicine J.mad
Sthatisit to relative pon with morlae implicit
Calhoun I e than Chamberlavin' Colic,
ra and Diarrhoe Remedy. Dur.
a ghe third of a century in which it
, h asaee, ain use, people have learned
athat i o t s one roemeoy that never fallen.
Whet. l reductJ ed with water and e-
f. gweetned it In pleasant toI ike. For sale
'ly Talalhassee Drug Co *
S Miss Jennie Gamble of Baltimore, in
Sthe city on a visit fllt to her mother,
ail Urn I t Gamble Min s.ennie ha
Shot of fried Margaret who are always glaoberd to L
TRw only exclusive plumbing hmiuse in
rTallah es yrin .1. hillipu 13l
SNow iss Mary K Live Oak and Calhounsk the be
mcharmiRng Aiaher o Profesor J. C.oop
Calthe houn, ha ruri n aid sttn the ques-
SCalhn for ta r. onerApalachotein Tailn
Wovelonrd r y her any frid Messrs
Robrt Osd. Fborn, l one of the very s, who
at Tollshmsse's old time colored citi-
who for a number of yearr h"1"
ed at Jacksond illk-and betn aneetin

W s of thr Metro "ril, W ichnviitIn
Swhodied nd WNhie light, anyeterdaky
S Neat invitation s follaown1 hfaery Thou
mailed out Mr. and Mrm Ludwist
Buchhol? request the honor of yourI
presence st the marriageof their dau hI
J. Per. Mary. Margaret, to Dr. Roelrt he






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; The Fames Suabonael Pictares.
Thi e ieii i of tcln pictureti for par-
oepartuut in will lte vyern freowith the
t.ew Yorlk Sumitna) World Every one
tho th-e.<' pieturen' wants them
.he World y.Mvea tn o it city readers
,two month aI.,o, uld thev made such a
it iitIt ha t*..-,n ,e.-ciledl tu extend the
S ttures to out of town reader. The
; Not picture nie t .Annday Start in with
no. [ alnd gKt then 4*'t
Phone No. *'.-I for drugs or Koods
w usually kept by diuggists 12


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LITTER To THOMAS PERKINS.
Tallahasee. Fla.
Dear Sir: If we sell Devoe to paint
your town your road won't have so
much freigt to handle.
It taker 10 gallons to paint a fair-si.e
house, and that house won't wantpaint-
ing again for 5 or 10 years. That's trne
in a way; but people, you know, rather
like fresh paint, ad they paint for
nothing but looks sometimes.
Thaethous would take 12 or 13 gal-
lons of almost any other paint than De-
voe, and would have to be painted again
in half that time. Ten years is a very
long time for paint to wear; and five
ian t short.
Which makes the most freight, a 10
or 20-gallon paint ? 6 or 10 year paint ?
But the 10-gallon paint is the 10-year
paint; and the 20-gallon int it the 5-
year pint Which makes the morst
F- your paint-dealer which he'd
rather sell, and which he could sll
most of. Ak your painter which he'd
rather paint- whet good or bad paint
is good for Ahis business; which is good
paint, the 10 or 16-gallon paint; which
payn most freight and which pays
most wages. Which willyou buy your-
self, the 10-gallon 10-year, or 20-gallon
i-year, paint ?
21 Yours truly
F. W. bEVOE & CO.
P. S (Gilnore & Di)avis ('o ll our
paint.
A Bard Debt to Pay.
"I owe a debt of grattitude that can
never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark,
of Westfield, Iowa "for rny 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. Theominous dry, hacking cough
quit before the first bottle was used.
and two more bottles made a complete
cure." Nothing has ever equaled New
Discovery for coughs, Polds and all
throat and lung complaints. Guaran-
teed by all druggists. rh5- and $1. 00 Trial
bottle free.
O8 tial Roete .of P.
"The colored K. of P'h. of Florida ahd
(eporxia have named the L & N new
line as the official route from Atlanta
to louinville where the Supreme Lodge
iN to meet August 21-24 The Florida
idleigiation will use the A. C. L. G. S.
& F. and C. of G0. to Atlanta, Joining
the Georgia delegation at that point,
leaving Atlanta all-together Tuesday,
August 20th, arriving at Louisvilo
on the morning of the 21st. For Infor-
mation, apply to T B. Walker, F P.
A.. Jacksonville.
MONTH IR INANUl STATEMENT.
Of the County 0oard tt PuMic
InstrudCion.

mTTAI 0e rINA)ftIA. (CifONTr oF I SoN I
TulahaMnsa. ft.. Feb. Io;
To Hoan Henry T Pelkel. ('Berk circuit Court:
air- tIna om la with setiatm chkaptr 483.
Law aot weon- we hare aRi* with yu the ot.-
lowig i-t asiitIl statmnat 1f mU a1heol
mom.s Vrahv. preprtieUoa sde a nd wor-
rantiq iname f th* month ending the int day of
January. A. D. IW.
RmCAPrITLATION OP COIuNlY rVUND
*Cs 9 eM .... .. ...... t.m r,
*I lo t.o- iSwertl a pe tint
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See John Lollia for Job Printng.


GOOD ROADS NHITIiro.


County Commissioneaers ad eod
Reada aaecliatlom of Plerid.
Jacksonville, Fla., May 18, 1907.
Editor True Democrat--The annual
meeting of the County Commissioners
and Good Roads Association of Florida
will be held in the city of Pensacola,
Tuesday, June 18th, 1907.
A special invitation is extended to
every County Commissioner, City,
County and State Official and to all
Good Rods advocates the improve-
ment of our highways is the most isa-
portant iblHe question before the peo-
e of Florida at this time, and it is to
hoped that every wide-awake, pro-
gressive citizen of the State will aid
fn some measure in making this con-
vention a rousing success.
An interesting and appropriate pro-
gram of entertainment willbe provided
by the Pensacola Committee and all will
receive a hearty welcome. As we need
tour help in our earnest efforts to in-
spire a deeper interest and broader con-
ception of this great work for our State
and her people, and knowing that you
are with ua for the good of the cause,
we ask you to encourage us by your
presence. Went Florida should send
many large delegations.
.1 W. WRaIT it. W. LONG,
Sec. and Trea. President
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Relief frte Relumatic Palea.
"I have suffered with rheumatism for
over two years," says Mr. Rolland Cur-
rie, a patrolman of Key West, Fla.
Sometimes it settled in my knees and
lamed me so I could hadly walk at oth-
er times it would be in my feet and
handeso I was incapacitated for duty,
One night when I was in severe pain
and lame from it my wife went to the
drug store here and came back with a
bottle pf Chamberlain Pain Balm. I
was rubbed with it and found the pain
had nearly gone during the night. I
kept on using it for a little more than
two weeks and found that it drove the
rheumatism away. I have not had any
trouble from that disease for over three
months." For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co. ....
Miss May Coachman has returned
home from St Simon's Island, and
Brunswick, Ga., where she has been
the guest of friends and where sne had
a delightful time. Miss Coachman will
sail for Euro, c in July, with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F Coach-
man.-Times-Union, 20th.
Mrs. Lillian Cronk left for Baltimore
last Monday afternoon on a business
trip.

Heavy and Particular Haulinq a

Specialtv by


Mrs Corbett and Miss Elizabeth, .
of Jacksonville, are in the city attend- -. i AV RDITfT
in the Commencement exercises of the (J. AV I T
College for Women. Miss Alice Cor-
bett is one of the fair graduates, and DIRT ROAD, and YARD
has had the honor of being appointed
salutitorian for tne class of 1807. CONTRACTOR.
Mr. Edwin (. Chesley, jr., who rar-
ried away all the honors of his .laAss t Stute Agent for the
the clovinig of the Leon I ligh School
last week, ha not laid aside with his Austin Road Machinery,
school books the industry and ambition ," ,
that won him such high distinction, but Plows. Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
is now applying those qualities to the Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
Mlrs. Perkins and Mt e fr .u"st built and operated by him before set-
of town. tied for. See him for further particu-
Phone No. So when you want a lars or address P. 0 Box 285 Tallahas-
plumber. R. J Phillips. 13 *ee. Fla.


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Now Open


SPRING


and


SUMMER


MILLINERY,


LINENS,


EMBROIDERIES,


LACES and NOTIONS.


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee.


Florida.


Fancy Work Material a Specialty


THE DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION.
OUT DOOR KEXRCISE.
Buggies from SetVen Factories.
Elastic Spring for the Pleasure of the
Strong, and Enjoyed by the Week.
Prices to, fit the buyer
Terms to suit the Party that wants to
Pay.
Cleaned out our old stock to a finish,
But not "Gone out of Beslaoss."
Call and see,
TULLY & YACGER CO.


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'ha es. -M ad b -er

is m l ea, b and or he. i
maneu ndes in st




Pes, FistUa sad other
eases treated without pala or
from basnee or ulsasm. N.s s
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Qtey, Fl*,


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BaO- imperal snelb. ,
equal imevery respect to May
mattress ever advertised.
Ordler one to-day, sleep on It ll
night@, and then if you am not
we'll refund your money. ,
$10.00 PRaIaOT PaSmo.
RHODES FUTCH COLUMN l.
FURNITURE COMPANY
Jacksonville Flor

PANACEA SPRINGS.

Floridwa's Greatoe Health Resee
Place for osMrttean.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells 4
trip tickets to Sopchoppy at epm
low excursion rates to parties
the Springs. Tram car from tN
meetsall regular mail and pe&ae r
trains. Those who wsat them ea -*o '
cure hacks at Sopchoppy to take thei
over.
At the hotel will be found ampl ae-s
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fl2Ahhi. ,Pv'TOa
six gasoline launches to take fl0hlb or
pleasure parties out any day. MimK r
and salt water bathing during the e*
son.
Hotel rates: $9.00 and $10.00 pe
week. $36.00 per month. For furtr
particulars addreas,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
PANACEA, FLORIDA.
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eeuor *W. S. Jeann s, and
'Telfair Stoekton and J. M.
be ciithecity gain thia
em Glover Rawis entertain-
a bpaerty last Thursday
of ir. Gilman Win-
e th ntleman thus hon-
were Miss Sarah Ra.
SRaney, Miss Gertrude
i, Mr. Joseph Edmondson,
k Winthrop and Mr. A. H.


Democrat wishes each and
and visitor at the Cap.
M and pleasant journey to their
e aI b th and prosperity in all
k at an time.
Wins, of Medart, is visit-
so friends again today.
A. K. Abbney, who has been
lR s. J. W. Coles for some months,
y tor Middleburg, Florida,
she will reside in future. This
Ha yow elady has the 1'rue
it viaither, so that she may
-po.sted of Tallahassee people and
B'; 'ndU E. P. Chasserean, of Lake
ad E. W. Stearnm, of Quinecy,
Wat the Capital yesterday and made
e Democrat pleaaant visits.
Dr, Arsmtra who has been making
iwal pro fesional visits to Tallahas-
for the past two years can be
as umal on the firstMonday in the
at the Bloxham Hotel He han.,
aH forms of eye trouble or any
s. Mus reflex trouble that may be
-a~d by eye strand; nervous head
ad many nervous complication.
roeseyes straightened without the
of the knife or operation. The
tor's system is known as the drug-
I treatment. He will remain but one
day, the first Monday in June. 13
S B" y umbrellas in the most popnlar
S -buff, bottle green and dark
blue: something nice. See them at J.
SD. Cay'. 7
For stomach troubles, billiousness and
onatlpation try Chamberlain's Stomach
d d Liver Tablets. Many remarkable
cu res have been effected by them. Price
eants. Samples free. For Sale by
Talahaee Dru6 Co.
P FOUND-A nice watch fob. Owner
S em have same by describing and prov-
iproperty and paying for this adver-
tement. 12-2t.
To-morrow ex.Governor and Mrs.
francis P. Flemi n, Mis Elizabeth
Fleming, Miss Ruth Mitchell
S .a )aa Aline Backman ~ill go to
hmminood to attend the unveiling cere-
: W Miss Mitebell goes as soonsor
the Florida Division of the United
S Cofederate Veterans, Miss Fleming as
har maid of honor and Miss Aline
Buekman as sponsor for the local camp
of United Confederate Veterans. Tis
wil be a most delightful party, and
they will enjoy to the full the hospi-
tality of Richmond. Metropolis.
Seo the "*Hamilton Gem" Closet
Combination; it can't be beat, R. J.
Phillps' plumbing store. 13
SLittle ehane noted in the condi-.
S tId of Mis sina Herring, who is ill
with yp fever at her home on the
iahu. Miss HrrinE has been con-
fm tto her room with the fever sev-
mstemn days being attended by Dr. J.
S. Helms. She is one of the most
e.m: nsm l young ladies of Tampa, and
Sa multitude of friend. are hoping for
a' raspeedy recovery.- Tampa.
WATU --Furnmished cottage for
m a mer or longer. Address Box 580,
Mr. and Mrs. Cay McCall, of Jack-
* e a~sviWe, aren the city visiting friemad,
. sad arn e guets'of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A. Car.
Mr. J. N. Ashmore. of Ashmorea,
S lls 4Jhe True Democrat a pleasant
A yi yesterday.
D' r. J. M. Carn. of Centreville. left
Wednesday to be away severa
SvisitinLCocoa, Miami and other
ono the ast Coast.
I. ]Mary. the lovely daughter of
Mrs. C. B. Gwymn, will ret
after an absene of
Miss Gwya has been at-
sheool at St. Mary's College
i heE h last Uholdas at a mo-.
with her pa who saI
bhome shr
wlM a w men


That you W l Id do well to supply your

self with w4Uie our stock Is complete .
Selte


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Dainty, White Dotted Swiss, at... .................................. 20 an
Nice, Sher Persian Lawns, ......... .................................12%, 24 ig ad8 G
White Lawn, 40 inches wide, at.......................................10,15, lyd
A good assortment, White Dress Lhns, at........................26, 85, 50, 75e 01.. yd
Plain White Nainsook, at........ ..............20.......................
White Madras, 32 inches wide; Sp.al Value, at ............ ............. .... yd
Excellent Value in White India Line, at................ ................. 10, 15, 20 and2 e yd
Mefterized White Waisting, at............ ..................................20, 25 and c yd
Splendid Line of those new, light weight, White Waistings that are so Scarce and hard to nd.
at ...........:.................... .............. ........ ........25, 35, 40 and 5W


LACES and EMBROIDERIES.


DUVAL BROS.,


We Are Now Open


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

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.



R. W. eobb,, DrUs so.


Kiln Dried Lamber.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor-
ing, ceing 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


*has. G. Myers.


Rooeems to Ret.
Beginning first of June I will have
several comfortably, furnished rooms
to rent. Apply to
11-4t Mrs. M C. BUTLER.
Print and Prosper.


Sacce s Pfl FasUg.
Last Saturday afternoon Mr. W. R.
Gray and son, Asa P. Gray decided they
would try their luck with the finny
tribe, as the latter had not had the
pleasure of flying for nearly three
years. After f lhin for some time,
catching small trout all along, young
Gray was amply rewarded for allhbi
ptifence, for he got a bite and after
trying pretty hard, hauled in a fine
six and one-half pounder-the largest
he had ever caught.
Good luck to the young fisherman,
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
n while it ats. Child Bros. Lumber
Yard. 9
Beae to Remt.
Opposite Leon Hotel. Apply to Ju-
lius Diamond. 14.2
Are Tow Goi ngto Build
If so, come and see our stock of kiln
dried lumber before purchasing your
supplies. We can save you money.
Child Bros. lltf
Don't forget that Dr. Armstrong, the
eye specialist, will make his regular
professional call in Tallahassee the first
Monday in June and can be seen at the
Bloxham Hotel. All forms of eye
trouble; granulated lids and weak eyes
overcome by the most modern system
of treatment. Cross-eyes straighten-
ed positively without the use of the
knife or operation. Glasses scientifi-
cally fitted when needed. Remember
the Doctor stays but one day. 13
Two comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished, a ply no
11-tf W. L,.-MARSHALL.


- The
Cash Store.


ha duo in a lareow aboX
the bowel by mn
rdve. To avoid idn l
gentt ifeia NOW in
anted to care n .
malaria and jaundice, at ai dr tuo g
25c.
Mrs. WW. M. Oimdalu ftfor M m.
ticello Wednesday.
Mr. ThomU Codsta is atteadiu n
great Congeoder ate *a o an, ni l
visit Jamestowa be t am ir 4l
of us rejoie with fa hi te-
ares of the cecaulke.
Dr. and Mr. C. E.
Mrs. W. 8. Mteac iD
Mcinnis have
delightful week-end vit oi
Iela, owbar w t
Stuart Pace.-

if you suffer freom IIMN
pai*, for Balard's ft~aoMmma w
kquilklef. It Us am ass
for Sprain, eumatim,
Muses and all paln- d wit
reach of all. Price 25c, W .
R. Smith Tenaha, Tex. writes: I
used Balard's Snow Liniment
family for years and have _b. ,|
fine remedy for all pain ad e
recommend it for pains in the
Sold by all druggisa
Noun W-tl. e d
Will move to Tallahassee June M >
Want to rent permanently a
or seven room house. T. R.
Lake City, Fla. *
Sewing machine bobbias,
belts, screw drive ad nl
any machine, and maehina oil, st
Chy'le.


J. Gordon- Pearce.


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the SUMMER MONTHS.


O -o- land to be surveyed and divid-
Silto town lots and pot on the market.
this Is a part of the Hayee property,
ithe most ibilepart of Greenville.
M. MeDon T C s der of the bank, i
leader In this deaL He does not
MOpose to ask exorbitant prices for
,1 elota but to induce desirable people
Slocate here. There has only been
a out three hundred of the eighteen
ndred acres of the land sold imce.
SHayen' death.
Greenville has only five hundred po-
g ltion but In another year they con-
l atly expect at least fifteen hundred
Mtple. Greenville has a dozon bust.
,'*' dty
Houses, fine schools, and x )
Mr. TJ. e Ing relate to Col
ddin of the porimental Station
S(out nowf he oldest merihant
villl. He tarted in business
1in 1W.) He han the handsomest
l.'e In Greenville was born in nine
*-9 of the village in 18556. He has
.'.. a steward in the Methodlist
R thirty yearn. He's son J. W.
eddtg salesmen received a business
educton t Poughkeeppy, N. Y.
The Yellow Pine Lumber Co .1. S.
ettes Co, Ahburn, Ga., started Jan-
uary 1st, 190 Cut about 10(,0X)0 ft per
-. Employs from seventy-fiveto one
dred Ppeople _r day; ifpayrull, J. S.
t Pre. J. V., George
Betta, See'y and Treaj., J.
Fowler, General Manager. They
wll spend half million and will
e it the bi gest in the Soulth.
IL I. and C. W. Evans Ashburn's most
Iuluingmen, are dire'torm in the Co.,
ei'r Fowler, came from N. C, to For-
iE. Iudsn Is bok kee cr for the
maville Yellow line Co. The mill ha
most picturesque location in tie
known as the old larby state one
dWeWest from town.
T. C. Wet, naval s4or' biannoila
lumber, controls a hioisnew, of
O yer. Rhilm lumber all over
I lion, cuts 25,000 ft per day. Mr.
Is a grand old South Cnroliniiin
C Kershaw, born in 184. Raised a
I s onl of the most pro.p hrous
Sallant: men in Madison Co. Fla.
our South Carolinlan takes great pride
in his good blood and gallantry to ladies.
I had the pleasure of meeting Mius
ay M. Hayes, the accomplished
ter of the ittleman who found-
rerenvlll. .me other in Perry; I found
.Iw a moat charming young lady and
very Intelligent a devoted to the
Memory of her father. She is a large
prioerty owner in Greepaville.
Greenville, offer exooptionally good
antages for settlers, very healthy
fine climate.
Dr. J. F. Mixon Is one of the two
Graduated from the medical
ent of the University of Ga.,
1. Located in Greenville two
ago bringing with him the
t testimonials. Is a member of
Alaohua Medical, and American
Sucletie. Dr. L. A. Green the
e, candidate for Mayor was born
M iphis 17. Located here three
and has built a fine practice.
from the Memphis Ho pital
aow" Bekm to th State
SAmerican Medical, and
Somber of the Christlan Church.
of the Tallahasaeo Lodge of
i Wand a aon.
t is only one drug store in
vile fine opening for another.
J. W. Bishop, Vice Pres. of the
Mi. bee oinent, and spent a
H adewl of tilband.money in bWilding
W 4 reemville He owns an
iai eve.th" here and haa one
S~ Itl ot-lo ever sw ;most
BlastO stop. Heha rement-
ieulted a number of cottages for
i. as a big planing mill, Uvery


.wal .
IMr. t Dai I 'e pu R. R.
t.e ameat. IDavis Ite om
f te beautiful eli town of CamDa,
= B bm hig R. A. career at ,
Os., Mo rhere frm Live Oak, f.
Now if you lave got any money to
trnet put it in Greenville, write to Mr.
maDouiel, Bank of Greenville
Note, next week's paper will contain
a write spof Mayo, Florida, by the same
writer.-Ed.,
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The. oevaer sad r .
I don't know whether it is operative
upon me to chime in on the talk of, the
proe anent Governor Broward's ree-
ommendation that thae pret of the
State be curbed. I haven't a uarrel
with the Governor as most of the
pern have. I worked overtime hi
eause for drainage and we gave ham a
good majority for his oostitutiotal
amendment in St. Petemburg. I do
not want to quarrel with the Governor
now, but I do think that it eoms in
poor grae for him to lower his d4ignty
bypaying any attention to the paper.
Some time ago I felt that a certain
article reflected dsuredit upon a dis-
tinguished citizen-one who has a na-
tional reputation. I called upon him
for h written denial to hurl it into the
teeth of his defamers. He simply
laughed at me- in his kindly way, of
couse, and remarked : "I make it a
point never to deny anything."
And that is the pot oft Governor
fBoward should have taken in has drain-
age campaign, and should take now.
Let the newspapers have their oa>.
I would bet fifty plunks against a la-st
year's bird's nest that if the Governor
had not stirred up the trouble with the
Times-1Union that not one citizen of
Florida in fifty thousand would have
renicmnhere,'l one unpleuasant incident
of the recent drainage campaign.
And, tlxides a libel suit is a luxury.
They come high, and there is but little
Hatisfactior, in them
And when it in all over, the Times-
Union will still be talking to 100,000
Floridians daily while Governor Brow-
ard will have only his little gathering
on the front porch of that handsome
new Governor's mansion. --St. Peters-
hurg Independent.
Do Tfe Love
yilr baty' You w onde any a bot*if 'it Whate'N (CN.-rim Vermi-
fuge and h: will never r'v. Most ba-
bles have wrm,, and the. inothers don't
know it. White's Cream Vermifuge
ridn the child of worms and cleans out
its systern in a pleana;.. way Every
mother should keep a I,ottie ,it this
medicine in the hou:w' With it. fear
neeid never entor her rniw,: I 7- c.
Skol i,'y all druirisLt *


le-Ihml adM FreisliA.
My cleaning and pre.sing business is
now carried on in the up-stair. part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Also sample
linesof tine tailorinug "made-to-measure
garments for men' on display
4-tf W. I. FRiEFLAND.


If You

Are Sick
It is because sorom of
the organs of thl' )bol.Iy
are not doing their work
well. There is a lack of
that nervous energy that
gives them motion. Con-
sequently you ure weak,
worn-out, nervous., irrit-
able, cannot sleep; have
headache, indigeMtiqon. etc.
because there is not uffi-
cient nerve force to keep
the organs active and a.-
low them to perform their
natural functions. Dr.
Miles' Nervine restores
health because' it restores
this nervous energy.
"I hv beentoll tor a er, an
4*4 not know wais the matle
with me. I trmta cl medlf4 an
peoel Ofthqm DT y v7aue. I


Mrs. 84ra; .r 0:1 from of Chlca.o
eousln of Z ,:1 Ta:;or., twelfth
president o)f ..** I states, iad
graadu -. r Hamilton,
who An- L a!on of Inde-
p 4ence, ., ,
"VinoL: i a r old people.
I am 76 ive a hearty
aDpett(f, -'M i -aud feel ao-
ttv.W at .'. ; ,i; to Vlaol.
W ,e' E .1 liver oil was
.iaper. 4...i j unpalatable
firmn. l 4 f g,'l me to get
I ,%t m ". %"- different.
vr a'. Ai.i ':'irlshing to Im.
po.l. tonic and t: -: cor I ever used
in my ar-e
Vla-n ii %t r; .r,,! liver prparas
Uton, fror ': useless oil has
been eitmtn. '1I r'.-I1 Trnc Iron added.
T:7 Vtnol oz o.r guarantee,
TmdO e Drug Compmy.

Economy Fence I
If you interim to do Fenc-
ing. it will nay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of he Economy
Fence, a" 1 kn'w it to be
the very

BEST a nd

eHEA PES
Can be buitr forIs. 4 than
15 cents Rld

William Roberts,
SALE. AGENT.


4f).tf Centreville. - 'iorida.


Jeht. D. Ferrell,

WECLt WHRIGT and BLACKSMITH.

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years.
,f e: *;p rience. .


A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited!
and satisfaction fuaran.
teed.


J. H. HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work


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


Plumbioq a Specialty.



Cream Vermffug



WORM

REMEDY
OIULDSIW offAEITsI
vul .155 messes se *9 5
Ballard-snow Umimeat coo
01P. L@V10 NO
FOR SALE BY HAID=4*SMIH CO.
Immmmw
Sse. ed *0 at~tme
aitum oi'adI WiiidlP*ea t.tr
Phillips'. -15i


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BREEZE
T^as^^-^amlmisoff-f


Dr. M. F.* Gsuwly hvW,~


LOCATED Ar 644 MONROE ST., SOUTH.


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


Table


RATES: $l PIE DAY. $5 PM WEE.
Meas, 25 Cant,. 3Lo4t. 5lo
SPECIAL RATES TO MONTHLY BOARDS.


RULES AT HOTEL


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Eat plenty and seep sound,
Pay your bills and talk in the town.


THE BUTLER HOUSL.S
Sifuew aW Neperoteio ** the Nawebk ese.
Opposite the
State Capitol 1
TALLAHASSEE. - FLORIDA.
Mrs. M. C. Butler,
Proprietor. . .

Special Rates to Legislators on
. Application. .
****I$els 119 211s oas3ss* 'I 5a*** 94 .6412 5


A Public Benefactor.
What the Thonmaville hhilropodlst
Is able to correct:


S,.- P Crrns, Bunions, Ingrowing. Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Callouse. Feted
Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Movlnr Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.


To The Public.
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now t6eing free from
quch pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist, of Thomaville, Ga.-Macon Telegrh,
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffiee, Macon, (.

BEAUTY DOeTOR.
Mrs George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Drae-
ing, Dematotogy and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty.

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


Dr. Robert E. Williams,
Surgeon *hilropodist Masseur.


T"SAM
Telephone 232 731 North Madisen St.


raRIAr


THOMA8VILLE, GA.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. 1. SCHOBMAKeR. Prwpr.
Under New Mapagement.
EVERY THING ON WHERIS 68 TO 100 N. MONROi SrT.
GOOD PROMPT. EFFICIENT BVIC .
OEPN ALL'HOURS.. TELEPHONE NO. 0

SAVED!!
so Wr MI &of yaw Se I by hab'
A. R. S. TWINE
Repairlyour bs sad Shoe. Fit UChlirk. SadiMtha igesMae.
Ab.e we hav io ooommtsm with w iho buien .M t."
NEW- YORK CIRANINGAND PRESSING PARLOR.
Cleanim. Dyew sa Premht. --&t.Ch-jr.u.-M d week. T--M

No* 343 6 rehl-Ma 31
KU? DOOR TO PZNCKNY'8 'kfJvr.
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Swas thaght to bI
1 deh was in a way

AsVr o'clock from the


Toma t Lev eaB
~~Iful oontry home
abt five mil from
plae ches by Mrs.
aof her
w ee rq tion for the
af b flfty ladles to
pot and the drive over
gU stimulated an ap-
delicious refrehmen
the arty on the broad


vylutors to the Capital.
If Tee Want to aow
Ib ha.er fruits and truck-
W out oPlic -gtrulto.
Hlorida Fraiit and
B M sr Ocalba, Fla. HMntd
In m ine. Sob-
me year, 1 Suhto cop-
EA special trial offer ot
ibseriptlan for 25 cent s i
dr ofd the True Democrat.h
lriiep10
t of Public Instruction.
aer, of Duval county, visited
this week and made the
a pleasant visit..
of Tallahassee presented
last Monday with crowd.
girls dressed in pretty sum-
estpmues and adorned w th the
md White and the purple and
of the respective debating socie.
f whidh they were members and
1 partisan. The young men, not
showed their loyalty by
thei eola wherever they could
to put them-cravats hat-
wateh lobs, even shoe laces,
the Minerva green or the royal
ofthe Athalians.
Hu line of Bath Tubs, Closets,
Kitchen Sinks, Slop Sinks,
g uplies on hand for
g letton. S~ee them at R. J.
i13
Notice !
''.Ommmacing June 2d, all the drug
will close at one o'clock p. m.
hfnday afternoons. All patrons will
Stake notice and govern them-
mocordingly. Phone or send all
by 12 m.
DRUGGIST.
A limited amount of second class 4-
dooring at a very low price at
Bros. umber Yard. 9
Wed W d or Chamberlaia's Cough
Remedy.
People everywhere take pleasure in
n to the good qualities of Cham-
Coh remedy. Mrs. Edward
of Ba y, Md., writes: I wish
t'yon that can recommend Cham-
oa gh Remedy. My little gurl,
U who dis two years old, has
taking this remedy whenever she
bad .e cold since she wag two
old. About a month ago I con-
sea dreadful cold myself, but I
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
soon as well as ever. This reme-
r for sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.


Said orpomatlka Oh W ft r iAtay-nine
year from the date lettses p t shall be grant
edtolt.


The D ie Direetus *ball be C. M. Austleor.
J. R. McD iel and T. A. Auskr.
6th.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liabili-
ty to which the corporation can at an y time sub-
ject itself shall be twenty thousand
6th.
The names and residences of the subscribers.
and the amount of shares taken by each are am
foUllow:
T. A. Ausley. of Tallahassee, Vla.. 0 shares.
C. M. Ausley. Tallahamese .Pa., 100 sharm.
J. R. McDaniel, TallahaIse Fla.. 100shares.
H. P. Bogart. Wilkee-Barre. Pa.. 10 shares.
In witness. hereunto, the sid assoelates have
hereunto set their hands and aubseribed their
names as this the 16th day of May, A. D. 1907.
T. A. Ausley,
C, M. Ausley
J.R. McDaniel.
H. P. Bogart.
State of Florida.
County of Leon.
efoe me, a Notary Public duly eommissioned
and qualiaed in the afor-ad State and County.
penoll T. A. Ausley, J.R. McDan-
l P. art and C. M. Au to me well
known, and known to be the individuals who
signed the forcing notice and application for
charter. and acknowledged that they signed the
same freely and voluntarily for the uaes and pur.
poe tmherein exprmesedl.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
M nd and cal of ofie this the 1oth day of May.
A. D. IW. [(seal.] CLARIMUN OWN.
Notary Public State of Fla. at large.
My comnuiseion expires June 16th. 1910. 13-6t
In the district Court of the United
States, Northern District of Florida.
In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of the Tallahassee Merchantile
Company.
Involuntary Bankrupts.
To the Creditors of the Tallahassoe Merchan les
Company, of Tallahasee, in the County of
Leon and District aforeeaid. In Bankruptcy.
Notice in hereby given that on the 2nd day of
May A. D. 1I07, the said Tallahassee Mehan-
tile Company. was duly adjudged bankrupt; and
that the erst wne of ts crditor, willbe old
at Tallahasse. in Leon Count. Florida. on the
Slat day of May at three o'clock in the afternoon
at which time the said creditors may prove their
claims, appoint a trustee. examine the bankrupts
and tansact such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
Dated this S0th day of May, A. D. 1907.
Wi. C. HODEo.
It Refer in Bankruptcy.
"Kindness is always a coi.queror, and
courtesy is its exponent."


H. Cobb, N.te ff z &hall
constitute the board drMeas.
The highest amount f Iubais laliss to whieb
the company can at rtis Steet Itself hall
be the amount of Its a uthMrl Ital stock.
T.
The said subecribers subseerb to the folowins
amounts of stock, to-wit:
3. 8. Winham., TalabV Flom4ida. flve shares.
R. W. "Taahassee w shares.
N. LIllie WMiam. Ta srls orkda. nine
sharm.
L. L Harlan. Quiney. lorida, two shares.
In witness whereof the feremUtoned subscri-
ber have hereunto ged tbher same:

I. Williams,
N. illie Williams.
10-5t Li. L Harlan.
Notice ter P lb atdlean.
D IUNrARTM T OPF eM IMrKoao,
LAND OFrFos AT GAINmN IL Lu. FLA..
May 20, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Mareh Cromuel. of
Chairs. Flia. has led notice of bis intention to
make fnsl ve yea proof in support of his
claim, via: Hmm s d = 7 t8e No. 31476 made
April Ud 1. te u the 3% ofW64. Section UM
Townshp S.. Ra=Ige L.O a-d that -sid proof
will be made before. J. Haftes U.S. Comuon-
stioner at Tallahasee, Via., n July 6. 1907.
He n,'te the foDlewina wita' e to prove his
continuous reidence upon. and cultivation of. the
JaohnnG. Chairs. Joe A. Samuel P. Chairse.
Bra4ford Chahre, all i.
HMSy 5. CMUss. Register.
AdAmlal ator's Notice.
OTCE IB HURM BY GIVEN TO ALL
creditor. es, distributees, and to all
persons having clair d and arainat the esa-
tate of amma J. Car, deemed, late of Leon
county. orda to pr Sent such claim or do-
and to the undersigned within one year from
thlesdate. otherwise ame will be forever de-
baired.
Th a 17th dayo da f May. 1907.
PRACILLA WISE.
Administratri Estate of Emma J. Car.
Tallahasee. a.. May 17. 1907 12-8t
ibecnter's Notice.
NOTICE i HERIBBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
r 1 latsa., dl tributeM, and to all persons
havingeablms or demands agalnrt the estate of
Council A. Bryan. Sr.. deceamised. late of Leon
county, Forida. to premnt claims or demands
to the undersgned within two years from this
date, otherwise m= will be forever debarred.
This sIxeeth (1%h) dI of May. 1107.
HENRY E. PALMER.
Exuter tae of Council A. Bryan, Sr..

F o 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


J.S.SCHOFIELD SONS CO.._Ma__.
J A---- it |

ThkWom b16 a bh
Who will buy her jewels, aiverwes a '
cut glass at any other -sor bat Wlm '<
oleon's. You 06"s no aMerat. .'i
quality. "My wrdic bhuin ,,,t' '
when I may that y in ane b) )m
best, or that a diamond heof t
water, it is as unalterabl ihe
of the Medes &Md P uam. t

P. T. NICHOLSON,' u.



A Cuct- Whi hve* e w te ste o

is wht gsgo* strayebt'to t4 halo to
/^ J4 every man at breakfast tinaem%,
one knot w that only good Btiewees
good coffe. We take splm n
our brands, as they have made A
,NRs tore fatmouS Just asCO t .
fee we sell arn team whih i1 6-1
holds good throughout our Rtile a
a S:., ~We sell nothing but the bt oft
products-those we have tested &
selves, and so can stand by them.
COPIMT J. W. COLLD, Grow.




Happy Colors


You know that children and flowers thrive but In
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine i yOr U
own home, then-why not let us show you how to get 7
It he the walls by using

amt t AiaktiMi


The Sanitary1Ul Gaiting
By having your walls decorated
with Alabastine you will make
them more artistic, more durw
able, more sanitary, and will
make your home a more cher-
fulplace to live in. Let us show
you how easy and economeal
labastine is, and how thedif-
ferent tints and stenciled de-
signs can be combined to
duo. "exactly theen6ect
you want."
W W llw e e Asoa .
ifm Iyu sren A ll1o11MI6


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Lh u~aYagwoeBetl Co.


THE FLORIDA MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION.

Special Tallahassee Division.


C.L. c. YAEGER, President.


Those. B. Byrd,


I F. B. WAKEFIELD, Sec. & Treas. Apalachicola,
DIRECTORS.


Dr. W. L. Moor,

D. R. Cox,


HOME.


R. J. Evans,
Oscar VanBrunt.


SAFE.


A. A. Marphree,


C HEAP.


"from 15 to 25, Class 1, 2.50. Annual dues,.$ .75 From 40 to 46, Class 5, $4.50 .... Annual dues, $1.25
rWom S to 80, Class 2, 3.00- ....- Annual dues. .75 From 45 to 50, Class 6, 5.00- ..Annualdunes, 1.25
3Pro 80 to 86. Class 3, 3.50. Annual dues. 1.00 From 50 to 56, Class 7, 6.00 ......Annual dues, 1.50
lr6g 85 to 40, Class 4, 4.00-. ...Annualduee, 1.00 From 56 to 00, Clas 8, 7.00......Annual dues, .00

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


division, when each member is assessed $1.15.


A division is 1000 members all


al 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.


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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. 0. Box 4,


Tallahassee.


- Florida.


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

*abse to TM Tm Demerat.


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Stmatf mt*.
Made undAr Sa on Chapter 411. Law
loridaBhowinga the amount of tax es ha
to thelTx Col et G~ of Leon county. lerib.
to be eted for the current year 7. a
the apaortonmnt of the same to the seveJ
funds for which such taxes have been levied:
Total Tax Year 1906 .. LUa.U
Amount paid to May let. 1907 .1801611
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APPOMIONMENT


General Revenue
Ain't paid to May Int. 197
Am't Paid to May lst. Ira
Am't Paid to May lot. 1107
p -- --
Vine and" Am't Paid to May lst, 1W07
Rod and ......
Am't Paid to May Int, 1907.
ee, Schel Di trict No. 1


SS?.776.0
ILM.72 015653


600.00 16

1.110.6 3.097.99


4.411.00


Am't Paid to May lt, I17 1.t.44 I.WK4.

Attesti H.T.h Va.m
Clerk Circuit Court, lo County ied. May
ot. 13T.

Appcatiea f IsHclrharge as ans.*

NotlIsa s rehtlem t I wL*a o& be4thfa
f e Wprowat my lfte
ear aet wu alilw J
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1. K. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.


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Vehicles of Quality:


I am Sellin Them People are not all agreed as to
Which are the best vehicle. We
are selling the ones we believe to be the best, and we have mighty
good reasons for choosing them :-Colunmbus Buggy Co., Columbus,
0.; Tyson & Jones Buggy Co., Carthage, N. C.; Columbia Car-
riage Co., Hamilton, 0.; Hackney Bros., Wilson, N. C.; Corbett
Buggy Co., Henderson, N. C.; Oettinger Buggy Co., Greensboro,
N. C.; Milburn Wagon Co., Toledo, 0., manufacture vehicles of
Quality.


Not allDealers Like to handle them because there is more
---..- rofit in others. I Choose to Sell Vehicles
of Quality. Its worth while to buy right while you are at it, get
a vehicle thIt makes good, one that will not bother you with re-
pair bills. I ou want a vehicle of any kind, I would like to
have you see my stock.


If you want any thing extra in the vehicle
or harness l'i1 I will furnlsh you with it.


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