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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: February 14, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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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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Good Governih

A'rge Sums


,| Office; tqual Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


Proceeds of Sales of

NO. 51.

c Lands.

Are Being Wasted in Drainage Operation. Superintendent Holloway Actively at Work for

Schools Interest. Attorney General Ellis' Opinion as to Justice

of Schools Interest.

The following is taken from the miin-
utes of the State Board of Education
of a meeting of October 22, 1907:
The State Board of Education met
in the executive office, all members
present except Hon. W. H. Ellis; Gov-
ernor Broward, president, in the chair.
The following resolutions were
unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Section 4 of Article 8, of
the Constitution of the State of Flor-
ida, adopted February 25. 1868, con-
tains, among other provisions, the fol-
"The common school fund shall be
derived from the following sources:
The proceeds of land or other property
which may accrue to the State by es-
cheat or forfeiture, the proceeds of all
property granted to the State when the
purpose of such grant shall not be
specified. *Twenty-five per cent-
ium of the sales of public lands which
are now. or may hereafter be owned
by the State;" and,
Whereas, Large areas of public lands
had been granted to the State of Flor-
ida by the Congress of the United
States, two of the most important
grants being the act of Congress, ap-
proved March 3, 1841, and the act of
Congress, approved September 28, 1850,
commonly known as the swamp and

overflowed land grant al, undcr which And the second headnote in the New-
acts the State of Florida became seized hall vs. Sanger case, above cited, reads
and possessed of upward of 20.000,J..)) as follows:
acres of land, the greater portion of "The words 'public lands,' used in
which lands had been vested in the our legislation, mean such as are sub-
State of Florida prior to and at the ject to sale or other disposal under
date of the adoption of the aforesaid general laws."
constitutional provision on the 23d day And in delivering the opinion of the
of February, IX;s, and subsequent court in the above entitled case, .lus-
thereto; and. tice Davis, of the Supreme Court of the
Whereas,The Constitution of the State United States, uses this language:
of Florida, adopted by th,* convention "The words 'public lands' are habitat
of 1885, that became effective January ally used in our legislation to describe
1, 1887, contains, among other things, such as are subject to sale or other
at Section 4, Article xli, under the disposal under general laws."
subject of education, the following pro)- Text, first page of decision.
vision: Whereas, The State of Florida has
"That the State school fund disposed of several million acres of
shall be derived from the following said lands, since the adoption of said
sources," among them being enumer- constitutional provisions, which have
ated the following items: "Twenty-five been in full force and effect continu-
per centum of the sales of public ously since the adoption of the first
lands which are now or may hereafter provision in 1 48. without any account-
be owned by the State;" and, aing or distribution or payment to the
Whereas, Public lands are defined by State Board of Education, or other-
high legal authority in the following wise applying said constitutional pro-
language: portion of 25 per cent or any other
"'Public lands' is habitually used in amount or per cent to said fund. as re-
legislation to describe such lands as quired by the Constitution of the State
are subject to sale or other disposal of Florida, and the State Board of Ed-
under general laws."-Anderson's Law ucation is advised that said constitu-
Dictionary; Newhall vs. Sanger, 92 U. tional provisions are in full force and
S., 763; Wirth vs. Branson, 98 U. S. 118. effect, and that said school fund is en-

titled to 25 per cent of the sales of all
public lands affected and under the pro-
visions of the Constitution above re-
ferred to; now, therefore, be it by the
State Board of Education,
1. Resolved, That it In the opinion of
the State Board of Education that the
State school fund. under said consti-
tutlonal provisions. is entitled to re-
ceive and recover 25 per centum of the
sales ot all public lands of the State
of Floilda from the date that the Con-
stitution of 168 became effective to
the present time, being the proceeds
from the sale of said public lands
which have been owned by the State
of Florida since the Constitution of
18,g became effective, or may here-
after be owned by the State of Florida.
2. resolved, That an accounting be
demanded of the Trustees of the Inter-
nal Improvement Fund of the State of
Florida, under the clauses of the Con-
stitution of 1868, and of the Constitu-
tion of 1S85, requiring that 25 per
centum of the sales of public lands be
paid to the State Board of Education
for the use of the common school fund.
as above provided by the said Consti-
tution, showing the total acreage of the
public lands, as of the (late of Febru-
ary 23, 1868, the number of acres of
public lands that have been vested in

the State of Florida since the adoption
of said ComU tution of 1868, the acre-
age sold sia that date by the State
of Florida, -Oby its authority or con-
sent, the amounts of money received
from said sales, the amounts paid over
to the said common school fund or to
the State Board of Education for said
fund since said Constitution of 1868
became effective, If any, and the total
acreage of public lands vested In the
State of Florida or her grantees in
trust hot d sed of.
3. ResolvJ at the Trustees of the
Internal Imi ement Fund of the
State of FPlo he furnished with a
copy of the Fresolutions; that the
Commissioner of Agriculture of the
State of Florida be furnished with a
copy of these resolutions; that the land
clerk of the State Board of Education
be furnished with a copy of these reso-
lutions, a9Q that said land clerk shall
assist in the' preparation and -ompila-
tion of such data in the makltg and
stating of the account referred to In
the foregoing resolutions.
Adopted Ot(Dber 22, 1907.
(Signed) V N. B. BROWARD.
Attest: Chairman.
(Signed) W. M. HOILOWAY,


u military duty; all lines collected under proved September 28, 1850, together
This question was-referred to Attor- the penal laws of the State; such por. with all the proceeds tat ahud sacrued
jey General Ellis, and following is his tion ol the per capital tax as may be or that might accrue to the State from
letter on the subject: prescribed by law for educational pur- the sale of said lands.
letter on the sposes; 25 per centum of the sales of InIRvoCABnLY VESTED.
Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 5, 190. public lands which are are now or may Foi the purpose of assuring a proper
Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor of Flor- be hereafter owned by the State." application of the funds for the pur-
Ida, Tallahassee, Fla. Section i; of the same article pro- pose ot this act, the said lands, and all
Sir-Your letter of recent. date re- vides that: "The principal of the com- the funds arising from the sale thereof,
ir-Your letteremon school fund shall remain sacred after paying the necessary expenses of
questing my opinion as to whether Sec- and inviolate." selections, management and sale, were
tlon 4 of Article viii of the Constitu- STATE SCHOOL FUND. "irrevocably vested" In the five trus-
tion, which provides, among other 'inder the Constitution of 1868 the tees, all ot whom were officers of the
thing, that "the common school fund school fund was called the "common State Government, and their succes-
hing be derived frommon school fund school fund," but under the Constitu- sors in office, to hold the same in trust
h be derived from the followingtion of 1885 it was denominated the for the uses and purposes in the act
sources; among others, 25 per cent of "Statz school fund." Both Constitutions l'rvided. The trustees were vested with
the sales of public lands which are provided for the ample and liberal the power to sell and transfer the
now or may hereafter be owned by maintenance of public free schools and lands to purchasers and to receive pay-
thenow t e," is of full force be and by created a fund, the Interest upon which ment for the&ame, and to Invest the
the State, is of full force and effct should be applied exclusively to the surplus moneys arising therefrom ac-
and ih applicable to thu lands in the support and maintenance of such cording to the provisions of the act.
hands of the Trustees of the Internal schools, and provided that the rincl- The act outlined a system of inter-
Improvement Fund of the State of pal of such fund should remain gcred nal improvements, and pledged the
Florida, and it so, to what date and to and inviolate. Both Constitutions pro- fund to pay the Interest as It might be
what sales of said public lands is the vided that the school fund should con- come due on the bonds lsmed by any
State School Board entitled to an ac- slat In part of 2$ per cent of the sales railroad company under ts provisions.
counting and recovery? of public lands owned by the State. By the provisions of Sectioe 15 of the
LAw ON THR SuJEw'T. The term "public school" as used in act the State granted to each of the
The section and article of tie Con- the Constitutons of 1868 and 1885 des- different companies that should con-
stitution of Florida of 1885 relating ignated a class of lands distinguished struct portions of the lines of railroad
to the State school fund is section 4, from those granted by the United on the routes indicated, the alternate
Article zil, and its provisions are as tatesj to the State of P'Iorida for pub- sections of State lands on 4aoh side for
follows: lic school purposes, all the proceeds of six miles; and by the provlstons of
"Tho State school fund, the interest the sales of such lands constituting Section 16 the trustees wqe empowered
of which shall be exclusively applied part of the school funds, while only to fx the price of the "bllic lands"
to the support and maintenance of pub- 25 per 'nt of the proceeds of the sales included in the trust, and Make stch
lic tree schools, shall be derived from of "public lands" owned by the State, arrangements for the drainage of the
the following sources: or thereafter acquired, was paid Into swamp and overfwed lands a were in
The proceeds of all lands that have the school fund. their judgment de-med MWt advanta-
bese or may hereafter be granted to the Thepublic lands of which the 8State geous to the funw and the settlement
ate by he United Sttes for public became the w consisted (among and cultivation of the leaI .
oeol pqrpoe. h others) of the steenth section in It was not the purpose 0 the Legis-
Donations tothState when the pur- every to p granted by act of Oon- lature to apply the margunat estate
poe Is not cie os f reh 3, 1845, for school pur. composed of the swamp lbds acquired
Appropriations by the 8tate. poses; 00,0 acres granted by act -of under the act of Congres C Septem-
PP sa of eschted propertyy Congress t September 4, 1841 (made bear 8, 1850. and the 530,*O acres ac-
ty e c the sales of applica to Florida by act of March quired by act of March 45, in its
tgra per cent at the salein of ). tern nimprovemets, et Urety to the bildlng ol fatueads by
llle wadse which a* now or may nd p sad overlowed Isadlsthe cogamales that might be orgenised
*be own by stae. of September 8. 180 the erse of building th lines of
thot:o of the bi-- o- T liandM" o deaI ed to roads along the rotes iAdieated, nor
that: be ~ah' are subject to sale or did the Legislature con~aite that
W prianeipal ofs ace tt G ove nmelt uder the fund would be exha ti. by X-.
W sll remn scred q-vs. awyer, tending the aid oatempi TrusteMes
t-C tttiol -f 186 = t U. l. I I. PFund vs. i loy, 10 W M 15.
Tequgmactie; ByOB o chapCer how4 w1 of Plorida, ap- PWin m1w o, 7im
.' ISS S 4, --rtce-vil: *The oetotd Jle- t Utd. "An Ample provUk waNu Mdo for the
ltbs iterIst of which to I.a c mi alHb- protection o the fund A"te preset-
"{/ St^ yffi558et Sapart ral we9 ue 0 the Stat S* d the de -
'irkds ea latI M se3ap lea ds to N o pse
su nbe iatral s e which he7y were grt by the


with the beneficial estate and Interest
la this great estate by veset a the iha --
title to the lands In certain State o&- stl
cers and their successors, nor did it in
part with the right to dispose of that ta
estate by charging those officers with th
the duties mentioned in the act, nor sh
,:"t ih.- State divest itself of aught thb
but tho hiked legal title to thq .and, b
mentioned. The beneficial interest and St
estate therein was retained by the C1
State asowner, theactof 188 Chaptr
610, being merely a legislative regale
Uon of the holdlag, ma-ag-. t -nd
sale of the lands thereln um1Mnsod.
The title held by the tr*1 18 I SS C
public character, ns that thefleat t
prim, factoe evidew of title s
Groover et al. vs O lao, WI l, I
Tha lands deigtd
1865, Chapter 61 dM
character as p l u
pledged in trut to aid i
tion of certain ot of
The Legislatre by that
designated some ombest e 0
ment to be eonstruetd to
postpone others.
Pows or Lsa -
The Vowerseof sbsa# ,4
tures were not 1IW I f
of the powers oft
1855, unless the act of t1U -
such character as ealle3htos
a constitutions) IniM
thigh more than sa
exercise cf legislati
the way of tho.zerctsO WO
of the sumhsquem t om. The
provement law Is a t
the power of e.
greater than that of a '
vs. Sullivan, 16 Pa. 81, St..j i -
The Supreme Court 01
States has held Ina Iev t
the swamp lands created
by the act of Oon-e
28, 1850. awe sabetto 5
the Lgislatures of the
Ively. in say UW lMa .
expedient without M .. .
of say pers VWsW1g
of the United l
disposal. The i H J
oeds of those .
the grant reesto *uM

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U a oi&iM ifPS^
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which was carried
a part of the Coast-
m so far as it prevMed
a or State school f1nd
lt part of 16 per coat of
t public lands which were
or thereafter acquired by
ted as an aDmoadmet to
610, In which a portion of the
the lands designated n that
as diverted to other purposes
specified In the act, and oon-
an obligation or debt up the
la more than an ameadmeatf-
limitation or Inhibition upon
ture from diverting more
7 per ent of the sales of the
a&ds deAi ted i the et to
ether thas airetag the
ap or State school fund.
on 4. Artkle vill. of the Osti-
of 188, was not applicable to
e of lands in the fund whiheb
for the pUIMes of disharg-
les of the beadholders of the
which asulred the right to
as of the act prior to 1868.
nstitutloonal provision could
res, have the effect of im-
the oigatious of contracts
prive third persons of vested
acquired under act of 1885.
pnltekM, the prv oof the
t f 1M8, as a that of
ting; it is present ap-
IPblic moeey arising from
public lands; the treasurer
ian of all funds, and
the custodian of the
fund. The Superinteod-
Instraction, under the
M 188S had the "admin-
fh n of all matters
'to public instruction, and
of the Constiution re-
lying 25 per cent of the
bile lands to the common
was a direction to the trus-
apply duch portion of the
A Ax counwo.
tuition of 1885 makas no
exept vesting a
t Education of Florda,"
M S and duty of managIng
i all tate school fands.
Udiagpios, theorebre has
oMd an to et nl gm-
at d ofathe wat of Plrida
at of tShe OPesM e 0 mals
"W sota bk to theternal

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No. 57.
Mis Florence Howell
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Miss Mary Blake, of Lynchburg,Va., Hiss Mararite Deallly Narried Cable Club.
ies visiting her sister. Miss Blanche On Wednesda evening, the 12th Below you will find out how to save
Blake, at the home of Governor Blox- inst.. at the remdence of Mr. and Mrs. money in buying a standard piano:
ham. This is Miss Blake's rst visit Robert Ea in Monticello, Mr. Wm. We organize a club of 5 members,
her several years, and her friends Vincent and Miss Marguerite Demilly, and have the pianos manufactured in
ere dehghted to have her with them of Tallahassee, were quietly married. 100 lots, which are shipped to us in car
asia. .This wedding, which was to have taken loads. Owing to the fact that they are
St A Guild, of St. John's Epis- place here on the 19th inst., was thus made up in such large numbers, we are
epal i have appointed a commit- arranged on account of the extreme naturally able to sell them at a much
te to reeive orde for cut flowers, illness of the groom's father. lower figure than when only a limited
w r- to furnish at e Mr. Taylor Collins, an uncle of the number are manufactured.
ts. a m for peo- bride, gave her away, and Miss Janie The main saving of expense in a club
to heWh ,Lette who Garwood the charming daughter of feature is that the piano is sold direct
help committee fll Mr. and Mrs. John Garwood, of Monti- to the club member, and that each
Sl tdt tbose who have cello, and a cousin of the bride, acted member assist us in getting other
them leros to filL. The as maid f honor. Reverend Mr. members, and the fact that it is not
, at preset is composedof Moody, of the piseopal Church, read handled through stores or agencies en-'
nms n Mrs. Edwin the service the presence of the fam- able us to cut out commissons and
t T. h and Mia ly and a few intimate friends. salaries, which, of course, must be paid i
ANeaft hlatdies have Mrs. Est isa eousiaof the bride in marketing a piano.
be allsed p at.,their whoI has a lam number of relatives The price of a piano of this grade in
at -ar te. lving n Mefiesl. Those of the fam-. any store in the UnitedStateswouldbe
t a b n a andsome y gobf frem here were: Mrs. Joh 400.00. Our club price is only $288.00
i .", Sa md s.o SK Mrs. Frwad Woodward, W ash, and this means a saving of $117.00.
Sfour MMd Wodwam d Mr. Taylor Colins Forapersonto become a- member of
f s sakr arpeand amnd Mr. Joh W. our clehL all they a required to do is
E-s~s t ith ,'t". ?AD Miss De y is one of Tasllah 's to endm their rst payment of $10.00,
411 S th. m A lv ely g irb O whom there are so and agree to pay per month, with
4I11outh Dutl may whose winning personality has interest at 8 per cent. on monthly pay-
wrn aaor her msay warm friends, all of meats, giving the names of two respon-
SMrs. J. G. Col- whom wish hergreat happies in sible parties as reference. As soon as
.k oodwand, Mi Mil- bwr new .f Mr. Vi t, i won we r6 ve your application and satisfy
llMems. Joha and the esteem iof er drl the ourselves as to your responsilit, we
Bsepumned Mass few meaths he sen hire l the Tala- will hp the piano, with a handsome
to M.iatse to at- bases Drug ISse, is now tnavelatg stool and scarf, prepaying freight to
t Mr. WEJ. Visent or the G onowgt Drug Company, your aeares depot.
T- he marriage wa ee Ja- avi A ag owning a Cable Piano can
n dodoates,. oMr n.h T tfewl v, o a w
V b.t e wr Ten-and
jg nThe m th a d"t are n o b te hsban
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Metearthe Gee.hat yes lwa and at libwoeral
-- t wa to e tee ea er made a the Unite tates.
ear iwtoN Ia w7 n We a* *to ed weig t a Maso
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Dartgod ar b l* t ar own e the
for en's. Does telttobes nva wlU0ga
B I was blre 0r i youesl And t me.

&W.tin aVItIT dhaoife a laemp 15 on mnUID5O,0.
W V the new Nerve Teals sad UaHtomer Paw
MI d hear it eo highly praed that Aa
1 5aJ1 *1 the OW ower to -saraase l t is .
*g sad hroa v case to ms all terms St 1l4- Th *
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SMnti whom the lust of office canbc
Men whom the spoils of office will
not buy.
Morn who have opinion and a will,
Meln who have honor, men who will
not lie."
-From Dumb Animals.
This is Worth Reading.
Leo. F. Zelinski, of 68 Gibson St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I cured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had.
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap-
plied this salve once a day for two
days, when every trace of the sore
was gone." Heals all sores. Sold un-
der guarantee at all drug stores.
The Cor INtall Sted COemy.
The Corrinne Runkel Stock Compay,
which comes to Opera House on Janu-
ary 27th, has the reputation of being
the best repertoire company in the
South. This company is not run like
other repertoire shows, each one of their
plays begin special odutm in Itself,
well worth a dollar to aee. In fact this
company, until recently, has played to
thoee price. Playing oe t nightin each
place at fifty, seventy-fie and a dolar
Switch their feature play, -The
mof the Sleny Soth." TM ient
S ae. however, has maimo ad
vm to the ~m emt lower
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It (t t editor of Th
hi impelled to acknowl'
has hbad the worst of an
Sit "tribute to whom trib-
-we take off our hat to J.
M Ic from over in the Third
district, and we frankly
Swt t we acknowledge the error
hmoan can write a litter like
t 1b not t able to go to Congressa,
b" be o hto .o, and we believe that
% Wi l mimlately show up with the
ot Hutm when he gets there.
ha dignified nice letter and
removed from anr of ;b ele-
of the demagogue that we re-
Sp e both our criticism and his
Smaly reply in full
.ldently Albert Williamson is not
a gret admirer of J. Walter Kehoe.
candidate for Congress. in the last
number of the Floridian Albert says:
Mr. J. Walter Kehoe, from over in
Ae Third Congressional district, has
been in the city for the past few days.
Our own private opinion of Mr. Kehoe
is that he could never hope to measure
up to the standard of a real Congress
Sman but somehow the enemies of Con-
gressman Lamar seem to have been bent
npon electing someone, and in the
S word, of that well-known opera. "It
mWgtt as well be ue."-Madison New
r" nta prise.
"I am sorry that you do not think
that I will measure up to the standard
of a ral live Congressman in the event
of ,y -election.
"I believe that the Democratic voters
of this district are going to give me
the opportunity to show whether I can
or Mt, and in the event of my election
I aMt going to give them my best ef-
forts and try earnestly to represent all
the people of the district and serve the
State and the nation as an acceptable
"I know that I have your personal
rega-,. for you have always shown it,
even when I was an attache of the
Statl Senate and you a member of that
body, and I trust that ift elected my
course as a legislator will convince you
that what I lack in natural ability and
eloquence, is offset by an earnestness
of purpose and application to the
dates imposed.
"I (io not want you to think that I
am kicking or protesting because of
the aniIcle referred to, for I am a great
belilevtr in the absolute freedom of the
preas; and an editor, though a personal
friend of a candidate, should not re-
frain trom discussing his shortcomings
as sees them, because of that per-
Sram elected, which I think prolh-
a hope that after I have had a
chance to develop, that you will
me, and I trust that my course
rave been such that you can nay
that you have been agreeably surprised
in me and that I have "made good."
"I met an old friend of yours here a
few days since, a Mr. Williams, a
machinist. We discussed you for half
an hour or more, and he is certainly
an ardent admirer of yours. If you
lived in this district and he polled the
vote of the district you would be the
next Congressman by acclamation if
you would accept the trust.
"Assuring you of my personal regard
and friendship and trusting and believ-
ing that you will understand and ap-
preciate the spirit which prompts this
letter, I am. Your friend,
"J. W. KEHOgE."
We have thus far expressed no
choice among the candidates for Con-
gress over in the Third district, but
now we are unalterably and overwhelm.
ingly in favor of Walter Kehoe. If you
don't think we have cause to be, just
read his letter in this issue.-Jackson-
ville Floridlan.
As I leave for my Western home I
wish to thank all our kind, true
friends who by their presence brought
cheer and comfort to my husband dur-
ing his long illness, and also to the
physicians who did all they could to
rolleve his sufferings. For their sympa-
thy and many kindnesses to myself
slase his death, I hope they will be
rqgld In the same way It sickness or
nodsrtune comes. The happiest and
midIst memories of my life are con*
mf with Tampa.
N* Ighs o as Ye Please Ra.o*"
--aM tUrtr Mhers saG a 0h.
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'W~Wh~ iwtbi %to arm nwt
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uudw amw is maor denastDnbes 11
bw ovhe w eta mratd in~

The True Democrat tak floor
and wants to put Fred. T. Mi la the
Governor's chair. Govr lMyers
wouldn't sound so bad, wood it ?-
Gadiden Times.
Excuse any short-coming that may
appear in this issue of the Tnee Demo-
crat, it was gotten up 4b"t we could
while wrestling with a e nd se-
vere case of Lagrippe. a- most of our
copy was prepared while we were con-
fined in bed.
'Tis the age of flying machines and
even governments are to"e run by gas.
-Tampa Tribune. N new in
that, as Florida gove t has been
run by "Gas Bags," the last days
of Bloxham's admit and "pee
wee's" claim "it's ever.
Attorney-General W. H. Ellis is ask-
ing to be re-elected Attorney General
at the coming primary. 11r. Ellis is a
thoroughly competent lawyer and has
filled the office faithfully. Mr. Ellis
was born and reared in Gsdaden county
and has many friendsbe as well as in
every county in the S^e.-GAdsden
The Tallahassee rat ad-
vances the name of H T. Myers
of Leon County as a bho "would
make Florida a pure, ry and
extra good governor- who would be
governor of and for people."
The News is perfect to second
the motion, and aenll that the
Democrat has said. KNews.
TIe Natioeal Coaree-

160al Campaign c
iand in Washington M i
James Lloyd, of N
and Hon. Frank Clark,
Ths has our Frank been
and his true worth apprecai
idlae. made no mistake a n
to Washington as one of our
adves, aad we opine they
these ntil they find some
him. He is always to the
The True Demoerast got bold
Wils BIoxham Crawfed's P
News too late this week to
what we know of the "Pb
ehine," and the "Big GEy
Bomes," but we will endes
.,--.odate him fully in nt a
me. We feel sure we
have been talking about
many Floridias have seen a
power of that machines. It
MB yet awhile, and it may be

getting their eyes opme to it

a Democrat should be
dent.-Gaimeaville S&m
And it i very rit
he shod ot be e
other aee in Flor .
tls 8tate lave had mre w
of William sherman Je.
lati pud affe in the d
politieala uaesbdt bud-
a are mdr better, trm

every point considered

etoipTo.a g ii H
b*IMs Ime thBe

on* ~ fBiiiii

timhins the
-Mort Myes

He has answered tmat question In a
plan, manly, straightforward .way sev-
eral times, but you are reminded of the
fact that no candidate will be elected
on a drainage map platform
The last election ey ti
by mistakes, &

of daily n
-h roen January 1.
inkbaylag their subscri i pag T
T"o, and weekly papers a
tiame. After the expiratimof that td
l subscriptions must be paid in advai
or they will be refused entrance throw
tl~ mails. These rules are Imt
ald moat be obeyed. The ~Vo
newspapers have no optional dat-
ter. We do not wish to single
of our subscribers not each
inquire thiadIng on our


atn strikty prlog 0
.k bLvJawmb

-aca nuon= mu 'v'w m a-n e iar gt Emgone gw&hAiir news- Us lm I we MUM
r way, and fool many peo- paper unts credited up to their date .aU- D L r '
Sin 1908 or 1900. It is a small ,matter to
ad H rn k tood for the each one, but the small amounts col-
a .Se e when he was beind urged elected together means much to us.
do b senafn" f has wInr Cr Come in, settle these subscription &c-
t doo by .so many of his warm per- countsms promptly as you can, so as to
sonal friends and admirers, all over this counta as promly as you can, so as to
State; and Hon. T. A. Jennings stood put us n goo beenmade illegalin Washi
for the Governorship, when the same OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. b *a n made wdeft
was being urged upon him in the same The True Democrat has about decided bwa and alum pow
way and on the sume terms, many of to support Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist for To pIjurous.
the present complications in selecting Governor, and we take him "hole-hog."- l o c
one's choice would have been avoided; his cage of monkeys included! This de- when Old
for both would have come very near cision was brought about from the fact
satisfying all actionsn" and "isms," that we are now convinced he has decid-
and we believe some of the present un- edly the beat chances to defeat the
satisfactory candidates would be out of schemes of "machine politicians." No
the race. Senator Adams would make voter in Florida has a higher regard
us an excellent U. S. Senator, and Hon. than we do for Hon. Jefferson B. Browne,
T. A. Jennings would make Florida a but we do not believe he is strong
Governor we could all be proud of--one enough owing to the present combina-bevery e you get
of the old school. tion to DEFEAT the MACHINE. We have ] ao very sure you. Fg
Our StateDemocratic Committee the highest regard in the world for Roya the n Baking P
met in Jacksonville Tuesday, llth, un- Hon. John N. C. Stockton, personally Cream of Tartar. It adds
der proper call by Chairman Fletcher, but we cannot get our own free consent
oer being a ca ndidat e for U. S. Sen- to supporthim, because he s connected of the food.
ate, resigned, and Hon. Arthur T. Wil- lth and backed by"mahine politics" .u-sse
liams was unanimously elected to suc- It is certain he isthe candidate of thoe
ceed him. and the four other vacancies politicians who have run the govern;
on the committee were filled by Hons. ment to suit themselves, disregarding If he would take Floridians more into
S. J. clilburn, R. D. Knight C. 0 Cod the best interests of all the people. his confidence, quit lambasting all who
rington and S. J. Blitch. The date for Hence we size it up as a duty, in our do not look through his spectacles, and
the primary elections were set for Ma humble way, to do all we can to elect give ft'/ publicity to all of his official
19th and June 16th. and now the cam- Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist. So, "Three acts, he wouldd not be so often open to
paign is fully on for a fact, and all who Cheers and a Tiger!" for the next Gov- criticism. None of us take any pleas-
intend to run for office, large or small, ernor of Florida --The Hon. Albert W. ure in it, hut it i' our privilege and our
nen i o run for o ratce, large or sm-.]G ilchr s t. ri tg ht an l t' t ) rit' ise h s long
national, State or county, will have to Gilhr- t right and ly to criticism him so l'm.
come out in the open and let the voters SPLENDID MAGAZINE EDITION as he usurps the power and privilege to
know what tAy stand for and what We acknowledge receipt of a copy of do so many things on the quiet, except
they desire to be elected to. Our an- the ,kGreater Tampa Magazine" edition to tell them to a few of his "chosen "
nouncement columns are open, so come of the Tampa Time, of a recent date. right to full inform The people have a
in and be sure and bring along the fee, it is as a complete encyclopaedia of right to full information, in connection
which goes with it. The more the that hustling, bustling, growing South with all things and right here we will
ie t remark, that i he were to cause to be
merrier too. Florida city and reflects credit alike on e t f statement of
Week before last Captain F. A. a community of an active, live and publishedactins. ludin drainagement opera-
Hendry published in the Fort Myers wide-awake business people, united by tion s give a list of all employers, con-
BreeMz a long communication, differing pulling together for their fine city, and tractors, supplies furnished, with item-
with ua in one of our editorials relative section, and the enterprising editors, izsd statp .fnta nf cst to the minutemt

organ- to thp ftmds of the I. I. Board bI
b Hon. ing to the people. The true Den
unnan, did him the fairness and justice of
tay. lishing it in full, and in the same
.mor d of the paper had another editorial
r-la ltg up our side of the argument.
Mha True Dmocrat, always willing to
Sto thoee who desire to differ
a els n argument, and we &
tiMs what it seemed fair and r
Now, to esow how totally unfair
S jeN edr, whoare toediees t
t. n that Be," str be, those
lseme dstockay rie trade
SIiwpwadwO in latest o

i -I mis pOmaions Rpo an o Re
B, whbod tpa.bM ga h o adi(
.We eae not for, itS

lunm~motl#snrp eers tham t
11pollie- bo-ss- -
l Iet it gm We remind twhem, how
S At em m imestrue, righta
S a 4s on a e day r4he wad j
an usl agal pevail vo Florid.
The dvmll odwitor, Se
o eimbW. Zd who pMishabbe th
Metor, tIn ateat eyey
hk Msmewspayer, haa many dirty

VW downotmew arBey and soft

up --a-W-St t ne awmpapes that

itb p l lrf that Goenmr

th- a fetatt0rl1er he knows jet
Ma oftasPl rm pres he iDa"eto
lties .wrbp Uealmsae& Ofso

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elong- owners and publishers of the Tampa
ocrat Times. The magazine contains 160
f pub- pages, including the covers, all neatly
issue printed in colors and arranged attrac-
hold. tively, well illustrated with half-tone
The cuts and well filled with the very choic-
give est descriptive, historical and biograph-
r with ical matter. There is no calculating
lid in the amount of good such advertising
right, brings to any community, and the
those Tampa Times management deserves
o the great credit for the excellent publica-
"pee- tion, and Tampa business people for
is the the support which made it possible.
Iwned Tampa is one of the very best gulf
o and cities in the South and as the years
idry's come and go, so does she and her
)f our people grow stronger and greater with
imply her, every Plolrdan has a pride in her,
their and all rejoice with her in her prosper-
, and ity. The mere fact that she sustains
rver, and mnds out to the world three large
I just, and splendid up-to-date daily inews-
ustice paper speaks volumes. We hope to
visit the fair soon, and may the best
of everythi%, always, go to our
mator "Qnm ityot ulf."

Ittle When Editor Jordan of the Punta
State Gorda Herald ras out of anything else
soap to a hbe has always the Cooper case
abed and Pavraig Board to fall beck
,_ oo mand those pepm that do not like
"Broward for qa reason no matter what
an be ay take the huea d cry with
trial thi~s they know what they
,~ad arve s abmor .them s ie are Md th
" n Gemmor, for i tm e trut will
b_ w- Sem et I-of eSMm them
Iklag they tuold ate. We we.repies-
what et m ag e we Gv. Broward
c an- ve party Mtlm ae history
or of th; matter, aeg do aweJ eea
Ms that a nof =MPs.I mo -4s1f
t, the e.rr ae It be hpad g ems
lye.- matter.. Sule It to y that hi.
tabreasOes for either xhwtheadate for
l C- Cooper's exe a nerba la a rote
for,, ardM, r iims m,
ee" ML-o u A Mi ,S O rL s
ej to That's one af Governor Brewxd's
idea. greatest fanila. If be hasged reea
r sn" forhisqVow qwin Wkse he:
. -Cooper ease Ot be sw ib s to a
hav party of gsiertlr O s the o I M ew
Lot of kbpoetkamv d-fAmbeMtg9eI
sM$. O4to anlthe pI b FlMIAL Oft

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in his gigantic drainage operations,
then would the people of Florida and
the word know a little something of
what he is doing and be better satisfied,
and there would be less criticism. All
things done under cover and in darkness
is open to just criticism and the Political
Machine may expect to get it until a
change is brought about. Of course,
influence is often bought with official
pap, and when newspaper men sling
dirt at those who do not see through
the administration machine magnifying
glasses, It is sized up where it properly
belongs, and the stngs do not worry
those who do not worship the little false
gods. "Just lay it on to your hearts
content," for it does not even ruffle
the feathers of some of us "co-coos,"
or interest owned one bit, for some
of us would rather be a "knot on a log,"
than to feel that the Jennings-Broward,
Three Friends combination could make
us dance to any kinb of tune they
played. Most assuredly by this time.
they have found out just who and which
they can secure at "so much an inch
with sentiment thrown in," and this
editor has let go many a dollar he could
have had, had he sugared, flattered and
lied for them.
The Governor assured us the drained
lands of the Everglades would be worth
one hundred dollar per acre. Since he
Is sre he ha relamd those now
a* we to understand somebody ie m
ikt the 4 oree when hae sel at
tw tAy las what a worth one bmn-
A--dA I a e webIaser is
paying -e
eomne adthe Goods deseend.-Tlimes-
A o to the bet authority, too,
t at.aI N" of*Ahu koe
W we eals ri-tfaly tbelng
to "the peoe of of r ," for e ,e
Vturp an,,d o .d

"L Beard

The ale of alm foo&b
mgton and the Distric of Colus.
are everywhere recognized

yourself against alum,
eing baking powder,


wder made from Royal Grape
to the digestibility and whole-

The Starke Telegraph very appro-
priately calls attention to an important
matter, ai(l has the f,, lowing to say
concerning it:
*Are not both the Tallahassee papers
falling short of their mission? Some
weeks ago) it was vAguely intimated in
correspondence sent out by a clerk in
one of the cabinet offices that the In-
ternal Improvement Board had com-
promised a law suit with the Louisville
& Nashville Railroad, and that the
compromise involved a large sum of
money or a large tract of land, or both.
The correspondent assured us that
compromise a;s .o, tail have been entirely lacking. it
people of the -tate would like to know
just how good the goodness is and it'^
seems to us that one or the other
both of the Tallahasnee papers ougl '
to publish the details of the deal, if
such a deal has been made. It haa
been often intimated that such a comr
promise would be effected before the
close of Governor Broward's term, but
that is another story, and the Tele
graph is not much given to intimations
anyway. What we do ask for is the
facts regarding the compromise with
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
If it is good for the citizens of the state
they have a right to know just how
good it is so they can rejoice and be ex-
ceeding glad, and the duty of giving
them the information seems to devolve
upon the Tallahassee newspapers. They
are on the ground and can get the in-
formation first hand."
This newspaper did comment on the
compromise quite lengthy and fully.
Fact is this newspaper comments on
that official correspondents article,
after our comments had been published
is what has given the publicity it has,
received. If those "goody-good," extra
good, officials desire the people to know
the full details of this compromise
transaction, they should, for very de-
cency's sake, and to prevent suspicion
and criticism, publish an itemized and
correct statement of it. We do not
mix up and mess with them, for we
have no favors, or expect any ftra
them. Now and then some under-
handed thrust in the shape of an lavr-
tation is extended us to go there eek-
Ilg to receive a contemptuous meb
from some of them, but it does et
ke., nor do we bite. The "pee- J
are welcome to all the glory t
from worhipp and toadyi ig
this "coo-coo s d hteest oMWed mi-do
I above it. Let theseetdasi v .'
ell and tr esto, theOnbg the d -a h
*Mae ma, they -sa .ndf im-e W
tepw the term to appear jat

eIder.' H*. ha *
Wa eye" wi m d es .
Iota Mu M e dL^u n, JHi -lJ .I
1t* of hisb latest iam sl
id V
"The sIedshht Is e
Ma. As mea l e s
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or uie pipe or-
organ recital at the


I eb. 25, Tueed y night, Casino.
St. Augustine program: Assist-
S' ed bthe Alcazar Orchestra and by Mr.
E. hton.
i Fe Wednesday morning, Trinity
SC. -Guild Room.
STable. Papers and ldscus-
{ so. Feb. 2k Wednesday afternoon,
Concert. Ladies' Friday Musicale of
Jacksonville. Feb. 26, Wednesday
ni'ht, Casino.
Concert. Tallahassee Female Col-
lege. Feb. 27, Thursday morning.
Trinity Church Guild Room.
The Organization, Election of Officers,
Etc. For the State Music Teachers'
Association. Grand OrIan Recital at
Memorial Church, Miss Bertha Foster
Feb. 27,. Thursday afternoon, Casino.
Concert Prouty's Orchertra of Bos-
ton, assisted by Mrs. Sonntavg and Miss
Charlotte Wilkinson, of New York.
Feb. 27, Thursday night,. Cainio.
Concert Violinist. Mr Lo.uiis Eatton,
I:oston; Pianist. Mrs. .J.sse IDowner-
I'aton, Boston; Vocalist, Mr llaycoWi,.
New York

Florid lts the t
ductions, f politics to
headed, rosy cheek strawberries,
A Dangerous Operation '
Is thr, removal of the appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. Kingld
Life Pills is ever 'sibjbect to this
frightful ordeal. T''hvy work so
qutlel.v you don't fet I hem. Tl'hoy
(1ur ro Stiplatiot l tiho la(cho, hillimls-
ness andi malaria. -' li l l IL T s* I lrl s *
Little Martha,. th. yoinogest daughter
of I'residen .Murphirfe. while playing
too near a ;ire in the' \;tird last Satur-
day \vwa.: erelvly irnId lIHer skirts
caught aind w,.ere, ii l'),:, liurnedi to
the wv.aist hb rle' .-t tialii.n rould be ex-
tiniguish'e It is no., t thI ht that hter
it un' s ai'r -,' io -s. rir iI t' cn 's
th '.ev ;r I ttr.',r ly | :e; iI
Notice to Creditors and Legatees.
P i I i I 1 .1,1;' 1'. Y \ I N I N i I I. :1 I -
Ii ,,i'. 4t' 1 -. i .. .l .I.4 A ti 11;
hn iv ill t I; Ill- I i l l .i 11 .11 ." .L! 1 .I t i l i
j I.h t I nI i f .. l '. ,,f I ,
i i d a. I r ., t ] .-1 ,t !
1 1 (] I| l n ', .I i r i

Two Chickering Randnd P'ianos, will lie I .... I. I ..I .
turnished by the l.udden & Hates ,. I ..
Music House of .1 aksonm ille, Fla. : i
No need to fear coughs arnd colds this r L" \,11,i -I. i1 ,,11, 1.111- I. TN Fill
year, as you can obtain li ice's laxative e hi.rtaft..r a I *i .... i..I .i,:> fi r i
(' ough Syrup now from your dealer. fr, ('h.r- r, ,' t. ..... .. '. i ,:1 t i
lhis is good news to mothers who fear S ,, ro I'. r',ft. ,i ,;iaw f, i ho..,u,. tt.
croup and whooping cough. It is a gen- ,, .. .1, :,.
Lle Itixative that expells the poison trotn I 1n,.-'
the system in the natural way Cut .Am' i'.
phlolm and clears the htead. (G;uir;nI Executor's Notice.
tee,1. Sold by 'obb's drug store. *; I 1M ,1 M )II
i W t, A I i i *.' i\ IT | \ Y t NI.1 hat I I '.).
remember the college play. Miss I .,,,. ', .. t .* .
KF arlhess and Co. Feb-. 21. \, ... 1 ,, .I,
Miss Rowena Longmire, tho. accom- ''i ,, ..
Ilishel| teacher of Rhetoric at the t ,ol- it :>i.,i 'i ,! i. '
lege, left Wednesday for Tarm pa. when rTe ., .. I.
she will assist Dr Youeum, of the I' i .. I ,,
versity, and Captain eorge M. L.ynci, .. ,,, ;.,
of Pensacola, to examine the work of
the literacy contestants for prizes of- Notice.
fered through the Stuile'nt-hltIp Falir A .:,.ed" ; .. 1 l I2I., \v i;i i
Association. to nl r ; 11: 1r', l ed <'tcIr in ;:, i.
=What' Miss Fearless &- Co. \\ire. :..i 'l.ii .
At the Opera House. W hen'' e"t-e. 21. .i s. A. i .ltui\Is,,'\.

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during thousands of all inds of diseas-
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on Claton street, qear the Holmes
Co.'s store, and there gives free t
r meet and a lecture on the merits B


famous remt.rhes, that are curing .ou-
sands of all kinds at contavioug diseases
of the haman system. The doctor is
making Ile death hear, the lame walk,
and erforming other miracles that are
proving 1n to be one of the most won-
derful met that has ever come within
our midst.' If you are sick, deaf or
lame, or btken down in ill health, it
will pay oYUto call at the Holmes Drug
Store and ae6the doctor and get father
information at$to his wo=e ul Florida
Herbal Disdries, all of wbich are for
ale at the b bnts Drug Store.
The doctor rill be, auls further no-
tice, 9 b hugh the uamWs of this
Pqer, at t oe es Dnrag Store.

'K' NIEL Mint-r
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Aiubiltrator's Notice.
ta(E' ithereby given the undtrstentier
W. A. DemtllY. Admint-estor .1 t.the stte ')f
Harneot R. Staymer. wili MW 1*aecourits ant
Vouchers to the Count% J tWdse0CLeowa County1.
Florida. and ask fr 'tw,n,lt:d ism eanAdminams E- ~
brator atsamid estate..-I\"I") tr h at 11 .
K~uo. = "(wtedt H j
Thi P dy o 0tjNW. A DUMD5iDLLY.
Admistratur of the t~wi-t ILSt B.8ner
In the Circuit Court,4os JudicialAr
Circuit. Leon '1 ou4'jFnwuwLd.Ar
3MW.U. Chair.. Plantoci, 4%D. Highwer,
J r D i A l W a e i h e rS h i n g l e s
you "d aitya r tyou estin

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Ctdm's Ticet.
For Mayor:
For City Council, Full Term:
J. D. CAY.
For.ity Council, Unexpired term:
City Clerk:
City Tax Collector.
C. Z. FENN. ,
City Tax Assessor:
For Citv Democratic Executive Co.
C. A. CAY,
G. H. GWYNN. /
St. Ag~es Guld Silver T
The most prominent social eveht that
ha, vet taken place here this week was
the ""Silver Tea" given on Monday
afternoon by the ladies of the St. Agnes
Undaunted by the steady downpour of
rain that had not ceased tall since
the early morning, the went
bravely on with their preppations for
the afternoon. They aimged cut
flowers and potted plants forale, made
dainty little baskets and filled them with
delicious home-made candies nd finally
arranged a charming tea-s bls from
which tea and wafers wrd to be dis-
pensod. The entertainment given
at the residence of Mr. am A. Harry
L Bethel, and nopains pared
by the interested host to
make the interior of beautiful
home as attractive as
Just insie the front a seem-
bl guest were met by lovely
wmhich one bearingff a sIT tray on
which the Freewill Off ern" was to
be bld, the other, a box of ar with
which the male portion of I gusts
realed themselves, sated iir. Beth-
eli "de which opens int9 the beau-
tiful cItory.
Comspiaoasly p laced at t* rear end
of the hall, just at the foot of the stair,
stood a table filled with boeof candy.
Thee proved to be a our a of much
proft. In the consrva other ta-
bilo were presided over by ladies
who sold bouquets of the t nar-
dcnus and jonquil. the sa l apoiica
and modest violet. There alo a
choice aesaortment of pan
mny of tem the ft of
Jack lle 's popular Mills.
Having read in a re of the
Tboes-Union that this
woMld take place, and ageo-
r. order Mr. Aer f
iems Beauty Roaas sad fwe s
n dfor ue tthh Mr.
a sl ebmb p t- i ?to a m
Mr. Bethel is an ardent 'fd
Sowew, m bd hi oans tsry,
by far the la et i the ,.
wit phto The plant.
tim al thee was not the ta st
Hsted enjoyed by the guests
A ir.i o wal program wa a

reliable druggists of Tallabas
to Nerve Ta ad Vitalin ser.
givt merts Pearcer, and
I- SRiesCbs. These
F the town raond peearytk
ed Fester,

Mry it, a nd why not.? It
dot that were ot highly a

dpia ot benefit yoan, and

reliable druggists of Tallaas
Nerve Tonic and Vital.ier.

Its merits are become

day. hr sale only by Uth--re

drmgits. (ts
The 8tarke Telegraph camle
of the deal, it me has bmee
iatlmated, between the
pr mnt Board a"d the
NavUlle Railroad
promsbe of a laweult. To
people have a right to the
a right to know what their
ants are doing. But tho
be to onaviace their membe
board that Mneh mttr w
buslna mbt t eowS. If 1
is seed that the pesI sI
uerida the private miner
the IlMter t Male
duect t" public hmines
proof eu"gh-T. U.

r*ip or ausee anm d
Sass s aus tee--

The Dade City Star wants the Times-
Union to name a candidate who could
be stringer than. Mr. Bryan. We
might name several whose defeat would
not leave us weaker than we are and
would not tie us, in defeat or victory to
the tail of the Roosevelt kite. If a
Southern man be conalreda available,
then is Culbereon ; if e ma wander
father afield, then as G of la ,
who i a Demrat awo d a la
where. It we want a M rw n
beatso-r than a

Bryan was beaten by
a chest but we know Parker
ten by Harriman, for the proof
published without denia. It
Es shame to a candidate to be beaten
by fraud or purchase, and this fact
noulMd not be charged as weakness since
submission was patriotism in Tilden. -
Times Union.
A Neat Compliment to Our Congress-
The Index is permitted to p-int the
following letter from Hon. Richard R.
McMahon to Hon. Frank Clark, Con-
gressman from this District. Judge
McMahon is one of the most distin-
guished gentleman at the national capi-
tal, and is well qualified to pass judg-
ment on Mr. Clark's strong argument:
Washington, D. C Jan. 30, 190.
Hon. Frank Clark, House of Represent-
atives :
My Dear Mr. Clark-I beg to con-
gratulate you on the clear, comprehen-
sive, historically accurate and instruct-
ive speech which you delivered in the
House on the 24th inst., on the bill in-
troduced by yourself, providing for re-
fund of the proceeds of the tax on cot-
ton illegally collected, &c.
In a quarter of a century I have
known of no one, with the exception of
Senator Mallory, who has been so cred-
itable to the people and the State of
Florida as yourself.
Very faithfully yours,
"lest ef fthe acek."

For a man who began life's struggle
at the tender age of 10 years, and who
at 15 was working in a store for $15 a
month and boarding himself, Albert W.
Gilchrist, who aspires to be Governor
of Florida, has done pretty well He
has been referred to as an ornamental
soldier. That's only part true, for he
was an active participant as a soldier at
the front in the Spansh-American war.
Mr. Gilchrist is a West Pointer. He
won a cadetship in that great national
military academy in a competitive ex-
ai.-tion. and if you think that didn't
require ality of a high order, you
should at least be willing to admit that
a youth who can complete the entire four
year course and rise to the rank of
cadet ieutmant, certainly has some-
thin in him. Don't try to belittle
Candidate Gilchrists abty. If he has
weak points,e lack of ability isn't oneof
thes.-Pmlatka News. 0
Whatever little differeee any of us
shold ever have had should be whipped
S bfn the fact that he is not
J liHSO" to the Jeonings-Broward
remms) Political Machine. Flor-
ea had. ogh, and has suffered
obfoiIt. As it stands, it is
toe r st, or have another four

t AreYew*r Kidneys Yell?
i ,s seae. Diabet, Rhauma-
u s1tN, Gravel, Dropa, nflpinu-
S~Bladder, Bad Blood and
Troubles e aadd by lck
tal Store. the

Nerves TThables, MW *10 guarantee
It ian all oam -.
Can't you afrd to try it at their
risk? It cota you nothing if it don't
do the work.
Bent by mail to any address, pre-
aid. on receipt of 50 eats. Six
Vo $e2, $3.50. Under a positive guar-
satee. Sold only by the above drug-
,sts. /_ (50 feb.)
eMis Nellie Rub, of Louisville Ky.,
arrived a few day to take
of th Kind artsiepreaofe

gart oMei 4 and i& a teader of
IMWru hea rie h bad
t yea after which she be-
amarsdm.t tMber ofi te i

Wro mout
Thae@ the way yad feet about the
vb whmyou have acn
ma ~to13kto*g Yer~
bpsebw MW o~ mdhd
scmna440$4 rlai


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Very Day


to suit th
low CO
an 3


marked every thing
W i imto6 t gooll good~be-
neces awe have ~oh splendid
TE WARE, CHINA of hhrade
IRE that is equal in looks to C GLASS
Is of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to

Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat for VAL-
UES. OQn these counters we have assembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in pldn
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save



Don't Holler

If You're H it.

The Crisis is Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.




The House that wants
your Business
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
Water 'And Light




Go~ ~~~a toShemkrsI ad See
are th bat

Palegoo drv~ namie hire

Lop~~$& 3.$. PWatJ. D.

A Word About

PreS C options.

Wi ar compounding more and more each week. Many
iople have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we prom-
ist, and that the price is reasonable All druggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be~the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.

R. W. eobb, Drug eo.

East side of Monroe St.


Are arriving in daily bought

at th

right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. y .

Dressers from $5.00 up.

B e d s from$3.00 up.

Chairs from SOts up.

And other goods in proportion. If

it's furniture you want it

you to get my prices



before buying.


J. E, THEUS, Propr.


SDealers in

A Fine Lot Always on and
Sfor sale etumonabb

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We have a preparation
under the name of
Holknes Laxative Cold
Cure, that we believe to
be one of the best reme
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you.

Remember we gurtntee Satis-
, faction on everything
we sell.

Holmes Drg eo.,
TVIufabO M pie.
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sy ma with a sullen sky ?
ane ser the Ought-to-be
pa you hitched to a distant
drift on opelesmly,
to bide with the things that


Are you a Yes, or a May-be-so ?
Are y a1 Will or a Gues-you'll-be ?
A Come-.lads. or a Let's-ot-go ?



A Yea- ill, or an Oh-I'll-ee? The undermined hereby associate themAelvs
It isn'a tUh t emern Of mine, together for the purpose of becoming incorporated
I know tht wen, but as time en- and forming a corporation under the laws of the
I ww um we, but as time en- Stats of Florida. with the following proposed
d dre, wherter.
When the thresh the wheat and store -.
Yoll in it' a big concern of he name of the corporation shall be "loaton-
It a big concern of lora Tobacco Company;" its business shall be
yOUrI. conducted in the State of Florida, the other states
-Youth's Companion. ofthe United States, and all foreign countries.
Swberever necessary. It. prrincipal office shall be
S^ Baby ^ ands Tallahas.e. Floritu.
Baby Hands
wHii get Into mischief-often it means
a burn Or Cut or scald. Apply Bal.- The general nature of the. lusines 'o tIo tr.uia-
larrs w niment just ;as soon acted. shall be to grow. ur-e. ferment. pack, buy
larri's a llimentaijlut as soon d siell leaf tobacco and ull prlitt, thenre'of; tot
av the accilent happens, arid tih buy mortgage and elJI lands and ipe.-'onal prolp-
pain will be relieved while the wound erly; to raise live stock. conduct a rgeteral farn:-
Sing and mercantile business.; saw and manufacti r.
will heal quickly and nicely. A sure lumber;to employ laborers and agents; to bcrroi
cur- for all sprauiwi, Rheumatism aunt money and issue note. bonds and other evidences
all palls,, of debt and secure the same it, mortgage orother-
rice 25c. $1 00 a bott wile upon all of its property. :,, receive' liayment
'rice 2;5. )50, ald $1 00 bottle, for capital stock subs.crnuul for in money., proper-
SolI) by Hardlee-Slith Co. ty. labor ur ser% ices at a just .aluationi to I. fixed
S-y. the ltiard of director,: and to do e.v.rythirig
Lakeland News puts it thusly : *"TO n() .issar) tio (oniduct the alw,,. n.l r l.,m.,.
Candidates : Space in the Lakeland
News at so much per inch No benti- ThoeaniuIit of capital -< tok sihaii tw o )ii' luin-
mont thrown in." dried Thousand dollar.-, tIo I t did l ehl intotenr
thousand aharesof ten dolllar, each: ten per cent.
Miss Ida Grace Cramer, of Cordele. of which hall be iubscribetl and ipani for before
Ga., the librarian at Stetson University, the company shall transact any business; any of
holds four college degrees ; one from said capital stock may be used for the purchase of
od our property at a just valuation tou he fixed bythe
old college at Tallahassee, two from Board of Directors at a nit-'ting tio tl called for
Stetson University, and one from the said purpose.
University of Chicago.--Gospel Herald.
It is to be noted with satisfaction The term for which said corporation shall exist
that many of the railroads are reducing shall te ninety-nine years.
the salaries of those who can best stand -,-
the loes-the higher officials. This is The ocers of said company to transact said
not only just bu; as the tip top pinnacle business shall be the President, Vice-President,
of wisdom. -Tampa Tribune. General Manager, Secretary and Treasurer and a
Board of Directors, to be composed of not less
W.- W. Trammell is at the Almeria than three and not more than thirteen. The office
from Tallahassee on business and pleas- of Vice-Preaident and General Manaier may be
ire Hion. Park Trammell, one of the held by the same person; and likewise thatof S*c-
foremost political men of the State, is ad Treurr. The Board of Directors
may be changed at any time by By-laws. The
in the city from hs home in Lakeland Directors hall be elected by stockholders at each
to visit the fair. ...Miss Clem Hampton, meeting. All officers shall be elected annually by
of Tallah e, speial secretary to Dtrctto The annual meeting of the Directors
Hof Tallhm ee. *special secretary to and Stokholders shall be held on the third Wed-
Hon. W. M. H way, is among the nesday in March of each year; but said date may
hard workers in the educational depart- be change d by By-laws. The incorporators shall
meant -Tamps Tribunea meet on the third Wednesday in March, A. D.
190. at the office of aid company at eleven o'clock
a m., ~,r the purpose of adopting By-laws, hold-
Hamlet ing the first annual meeting for election of offi.
had melancholy, probably caud by r, ndcompletin Itsorgniation. Until the
h nadmelancholvePr.Abadlivealr akesofer", at the first annual meeting shall be elected
an inactive liver. A bad liver makes and qualify, the business shall be elected by the
ome cross and irritable, causes men- following persons: Levi W. Scott, President;
John F. Davenport. Vice-President and General
al and physical depression and may Manaer; Thomas H. Hall, Secretary and Treas-
reest disastrously, urer.
hard's Herbine is acknowledged 6
t 'tbe parfeot liver regulator. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
're blue and out of sorts, get at any time *hall be two hundred thousand dol-
Attle today. A positive cure for -ars.
headache, Constipation, -7
s and Fever and all liver com- The name and residences of the subscribing in-
p tl. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. tore. together with the capital stock sub-
__ ribed by each. shall be as follows:
Name. Residence. Ain't of Stock
Levi W. Scott. ....Newton. Mass ....10.000.00
ATTENTION Thomas H. Hall... Bradfordvile. Fla... 10.060.00
John F. Davenport .Bostmn. Mass.-..... 00.000
Subscribing Incorporators.
We have some Gas Heat-
CounrY or LoN. t
ers that are shop worn which am the un'ersied authority, p o
AW ragnmptlid Levi W. Seott. Thopm H. Hall and
Jm Dswnport to me well k who being
duly swan. severMally gy. that they a m* the
we will sell exceedingly a.i r mentor wr*ting for t'-1Wrpe
In witteis whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and oeffical sal this 24th day of January,
cheap. They are on sale for t.M RA c, a. WINTHOP.
i Notary Public State s Florida at lars.
My commission expires June 1th. 1M11.
the next few days for cash
Foer Samle Chmp!
A one and one-half horse power Gas-
only. Just the thing for oline Engine for sale at a bargain at
this office. 23-tf
your Bath Room or your Bed claims am Preusa.n.
My cleaning and pressing business is
now carried on at 270 South Monroe
ROOm. street, nearly opposite the express
office. Also sample ilnes of fine tail-
oring "made-to-measure garments for E
They go at your own price, men" on display. W
4-tf W. H. FREELAND.
THE GAS COMPANY. Huyler'~s in fancy packages at Holmes
Drug Co. 43






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Pea Vine and

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Haj for Sale!

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p D. JRttm.

For Rheumatic Sufferers.
The quick relief from pain afforded
by applying Chamberlaln'a Pain
Balm makes it a favorite with suiter-
era from rheumatism, sciatlia, lame
back, lumbago. and deep seated and
muscular pains. For sale hy Talla-
has..e Drug Co. *
Use DeWitt's Ittle Bariy RIse
pleasant little pills. They are eW
to take. Sold 8 T all druggists *


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in the Careit Court, SeeadJd Saltahe. tb.3 11 46 111-4 ts
Circuit, Leon County, Florida-In V11U

d i=Mzsescwineawma csweom a wdw rJm f DwF)A iw mU~
ados.1teStt 1 mthe hetofC lb-Cher thea the s uurwe,
eant. v&. IL J. Evans. Truustm. A&e et &L. eew.d of the State of IIiS
ant. i* Now Orlieans. mlam *A %iini lit e Dd.saft
Fureilip Ellitsand Fordi m w S som aMaune-
IT HAING DI4 MADE TO APPEAR ST de rt he II fin sameat MWAM OS & SOmr~M~ft4C
lflavit of Gerge .P. kIIr.5Y.Att- .. -.0a state *their dn the U1o.of P-u4-to.ow
Zscord for tihe sabv. itami ad Umpiawmaas. A) r("414pfl4 )dthe Stallhis f Aminhhtarl. mad I
bereuim (toJanuary .t0thi. Igo).. thathe IDeendaet.yi,,It(CV .'OfteltS ab&n.tM h
X&OgA111 & Cwn11PAu'y.A eOff-4.iiattOM. I&arradont of fel,aa~rlt itS I. K timan. d"uig bwe e the
a count rlt tther t han thte St., r.(* ofIIrilda. W1: aamy~e .tof '.(a WodewreCmpga b 11
Woaldent of this KmiltJ'.nlit 1 tpvat 4itratfnfand it,- rv,,, "f r.(:L,0 i.' it her Utuint&P Stab e O Kr
a&", aW that it.,, articular rmo.der' themnisO dI g i.. II -. in iof Ithe Stat. of G S__
S*Inon^ $Ii. thatI he D4 I.)l *ttiint. VWttAbtsi~- r i t~iE'4*ISailahih, (Geori=
of a Sti~tr tht-i tima ti LState uad Fiurmia. vu: a ad. a v(ipolilawi.stoa 4111111
ire.t~iJit 'if ti "S. swoof Ui- 4411ri. anid that its viW- than the State of PIth
dentre it. St. IAPI S.. Ntta,or that Ilw i l-e 1* it'dalt. iat'.o
(jfli *,t il a Sit. .. I 4t..Ai -h@- <1014 or Vlorid a.. a I
IA-nIt 1 TI*1414 441ti ~. 4i 4t "oflltft4'I(is, a" ~ii
WIuA i.'.re 4.1.'. A'., ..rl5.c iatt h wit; ts o

10-4 i ,4 .4'1I wift-' iev Asubptiena uponn whom would bind
NIt .14 "1 S41, l fionti4ewt I*It of the meld naetd Defet~antia.mand thinS
ft'ImilI'... .11 .1 .1. I.-ora.til peCFtum named allDefammfttsa ovlt w
14'''* .4 .4 I *raliy over the ag' of twenty-aiwye..
at~~I ,' 4' '' I% t p hereforei. ordered t hat &11lof the shoe
1 4' 'V' ti~ Iliefilndandim. except Kin g" A Cimnpaziv.
1 I 4.. $ 4 4' r o tit-b (om platanat4'%,bill .( com~pLlaint. on
I ii' '~ ~ ~tt., ,..0141 ~dday of March. A. 1) IWO,,.an
4,1.1..................... .1tie4 r QmWthat.? .o.'IaatK IFIl544& tot,05fl-l) t*e. AfId
4 r4 is Ner,.w Or- ant'- ,f-' 'If 44I1U41t on N'liit(J" I I ,oiSSW] h'LA
0 ,S. Ki%1i- of All, \ 1)I ~'A" ld that 04.. .1 er iu wit.i-
I ate4 )uuitii -1 I 'ci it) of Ta.Ilaha'.,,-. I *.in (.. ii).
are,,loit 1 F'lormlurda I&' itia for .ih 44 44 it34 '. Iva14

theSt~t- Iii above sajued.
4 .-.ate (( ,I4.'A',L W ets,~iorigT. Folks.'I,. I rc'uit
44 4 4 4 ~ ..4 l4~f~.",f441; it of tSecid Judicini j~rt.:. tit. Stae
S .41 ~.,rvai 4 r ida i,#% ( Co now. Plorida nm Ch..nic~vy. arad
it-.i4,44l 1'4 a 4, .11of PidCid m'rt. this W~h da~y of .~ll~j
ivAvfnW. Al~li'I.., i 13H RN R N T a.i'1,K i, L.I
ri &1 '"ItirmZII a14.1 I* iftthe kt4roauma curt, >iPmond J uIii-iAl (ir-
444 4 i.''LIt ,nwouldi 111.
A ''-1 1 4 .'A~bvli' All' Cle'rk o'f said Court. w t
114,44 4.4 4jigl &"
4 ~,. 4 itL all 4 44" 4
l~aa4aI'*'it, -I ,o I ", h. i: C.(ircuit Clourt, Second Judicia.l
a:. ~ ~ ~ .') 4..I.* .' b ..'.. in .lit, Leori County Florida, win Chun-
,'. I 4 14$ 4 41 .11 ef ill ', 4 4
th141 A, I.i Ill .... A Co t 1.1. l, 11 .441 l.1 Fi r.- L& Marmif'i aauraii~e tonimsa a) C
It 1, 1 : b\ w a in A t' II. 444 tde'r tile- law'sof Minnewoita. AI onin~liuta-
alit' OI~l! i 4 0E~.' 44 l ant rurnitee'.6.' t1 alI Deft,.I~j
d1ay ti4t Apr 4 I j.ttA t AlIl
publ-ii~hd i '* 4 i. '.V \\.' 11.EEN MADE To APEA''tAh biY
seW?41444tW 1-1,141 .,r 144444. \ ''* 4 I*.01 j I I FB. 'erk ii.. Attourle')-
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afflidavit .. 4 4-* ",
hkc'ordfim l..1..I.-
hberein on Jit, JJ I .II
pany 3W a44' I't .
4ka Of Great Htaia
ltoadant, Worittnet
gop gat Umis a re"
3AewAof Mrida. to- wit
Ubaswi, and t hat i L4
min; thm-thUt. L*tt-nda,
pMa. eA OPOU L An o. '. a
ohm OewS&ate of Fh4rula.
Slate of Georg i&. and t hut ii
Gaurgia: that the Detmiodai
& erJSWto~ium. im a remd1(eflt
the Stat. of Faoaida. to-Wi
Stat. ofvTnneas..e. amid1tha:
,I@.Toaesmnew-.mtmat me-.1
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rmats of Dm~re-- & 05M114 '. At
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a9tate their lhAs', tl'V
smaidns~et the i'iA'e- u
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the naimod SU%.VIj41lh t%0*4
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do& bigrendence IiN'l 4%i114
amliMdaInt. I'arer-i'aint e,,
Aed. a veriparataun. iti a rt-.4-
thn the btale of l'4ridla. it
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jublit-hvl'i n 7`111".Weakl,

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herinea inTuhes

c w i i. ; N ,,h l|.. I ni. ,r .,e -. :t,^ '). 1 t
I yn lorliu ., lI 1 i lla,, A. D >it-,'. a.d .1 .1 .&1 parl-
" I .n i.l. ),,,J .!h, '1, 0 narne l t a ,i & ll r ..
I .. L .i" 4 ...44. 4 !,, ;, 44'-I 11 r I.L., ',1 44? 1 41. .M .atl' l l| .1,I.,-
(l usl4I ,-. l. u |l ...m4 1i1,. ., 4 t|,a 4 411:1 r,.4 le. 4,,4 ,- N" & a. lt. *L t, I ,ouiala. that the [Atfendantl.' l.ugerme hiJllte aiJ
Fv i''iinaintl Ma>. a-- partlnner illder tIw firm nawte
I )TO Al .l'. \!; ;', ?,.. ., 4 *' A -il, .,tal .l') r lthaen
i, .\ lt. .. .'. 4 ', t < ,l l l i. t r '' o f tl e 'f t .L
p C.tipi^lahiia tl. o.Ied ul I' I .. .Ii 44 I. '4r i -..J ritle i NNew
thaot l t iighII & I : 1 .i- ()i .'. I., 41 t .4 I hi i I. l'('fe idaliit. ( S. .
a l)'y invi <: i i t.m i K lil..,Ih! -. '4b4 1i n *' i 'il tnp nintill' _of Sa-
it AWii uS lI. ling- Ahlnh t w milniWire toJinlII.a)., s a* rrt'.'de lt of a
Msad, but that Lt ar- StaS l other tha the., State of" I'kwiar to-wit. a
) UtnkIuwn that the re,,deintt of the Stat e of (;)'Iria, arid that his rn.-4-
I Shoe Ct.ompaiiny. L4 dence' I SA .aiinrah. (eurgia: I that the Il*e'f>-ilta.ui
*Jtateovther than the I'Arker-hain (Inicery tloertiiiani. litlted. a cur.-
tof the Stateuf | Iloatlon, is a resident of a Starteother than thO
Is St. LuuI."i, Mis- i .,taiei of l ida. to-wit: a re dertll of tlH State of
MbLabmsona Coni- i Lutuioanal, and that its residence as New Orleans.
altale other I lJIiitiana; and that the Defendant Schatt-Mor-
t of the gan Cu(lbry Comipari.). a (orporatae, is a njident"
Is@Atlanta. of state other than theStateof lorida, to-wit.
n Mills, a re-tlent of the State of Pennsylvania; and that
of r ulter tinan it, rearlence in Titustille. Pentusylvania: and thatL
IIt :t the there' is no person in the $tate of vlurida, the ser-
It It..4 is Nan.n- ice of a subpoena upon whin would bind anr
I,',,- A A,. D oe.- o( if d named Defendants,: and that the natu-
Stii h lthe linn al p&rstons named as L Dfe'ndants above. are se\-
i c (')'t a it' rally over the Atle ')f twenty-one )ears.
I .a. ldeni I It is, therefore, ordered that all of the above
.i1 to eience iiamed Defendants, except Kingan & Corpan).
Stnt. aforemaid. be and they are hereby required to ap-
I mM uan. pear to the Coln. lairant's bill of complaint. f,,1
Lo of Monday, the twcond day of Marmh. A. D. 19W, and
te. to.wit: thlit the-w id Defendant Kiniran A Company be,.
ulsdse r an it a hereby roeired to appear to the Cor -
i. the laalna t's bill of complaint, on Monday the sixth
iluin Meyde of April. A. D. MIlt; and that thia order be
dewynwo is MputStled an "The Weekly Trrue< Democrtt." a
111.11 t ior- newspaper )publihed in the(Cily of Tallahaiuse..
'.La Loaond a e Conunty. Wirida, onie week for elitht (1t
,n. the consecutive weeks. as to and for ,tad Defendant
orery Lam- Kiaani & Comrpany. and once a week for four 44)
1.-nl of ether osicutive week as toiitd furallofithe other Ir-
It-wit : -t Or fe -its abut-numed.
It IA Wio Henl iy T. reikit. rk lofl the Cutcuiit
id itn-.Ai Cert ef Ut e df.cond JudiAuiJti cutIt I 4 .State
1,,iAf,,>. of rbrida. In ('Count), vlorida.. ml nCha,. ant
.I T' h3o theIogm of said Court. thius l)th dlay of I .1 ).lAr,
Air the A. D. 1IO.
.Iet i "SAL) H.ENltY F'. 1 PIL.KI.;
.o0 C'lrk of the (i 'i t .rn ,< n .i i- d J lt 4 'I i
I4 i I -t it Hit. Lta count Iy. i' .a.l i n i a t i n,4 .
,I rid ; A true opy.
end. Attest- IIENRY T FI'L.LKEL.
., itwenty-. 'I.r of sal Court.

I' t ili t a0

A', 4e'1111 land To/ thte TIx c 'u1iyrt of L n Countd :
eda w be to. Setson 16, Chapter xi. .a -s of Ploria,
ai," herein 'it is minde the duty of every poers
aO. owmiig or having the cositrol. manageamt.n aes-
fr eigbtt (8) cy. Ac.. it Aproperty of wh l* said dfmltfr it i1 .ub. ,*. je otAtofl ton uitdr 1irlt saof thl State.
Sfor fourth 1 41 .. i.e.. ....AI nt nM fOnr 44ti4i. tW thet .ounty


Iof the 40thr
ol the Ctrcuit
is ad the Saue

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.,'e5ii4our u0ri &"wi.Ptr lvI i'oe'Apnit I ,&'W eOM
,iou have bouught real pr'i.4erc-,. pi'&~4u be sIureiton
bring me- your dead f-jr 'aine. tw have ft propaerly
debcribed. For .W.jr bie.-sia hieIproety, I will be
tied Lo furnish )-o I With beM-i.t5Aal printedh anks
to dealtabosawe. A. I I am o14led to cl')is-rw
books on April 1st. 1 wou.el n-viitlp yrequs t fiat
you furnish me %vth vpur rutuat befumre that
Ajx-,&!-,. axsata IvuitjCountyr.
TAL.AHmz-lr --FL., --il 30 19 4-f
Neice to Ciediten and Leatees.
iMM bM~~b4istAbut4'4, aidOWto*al t prea Is
lmaviagelam dnat sads anst t he -,tat* 4d
fsWGrows. doeeaet-h. late ad Loom:u
mamd,~dwkilthi"A twockume from thk. date.
etk ~ ~ vd beesmewl e furevor detmnud
This 7th d"Yat ~Febnaa~y. UK
Umeaigjz Of &blA sOf FaSaOK G ree

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A Night Alarm.

W wll Ithan t li l II4l t'el s'1 ()f fit-#- a
1113 i 'i i lI o in i c 1) ?II15 izl l gi'4 t'it 11
41il 1I 1 ,; 1 '( 1 t4 1() i. ho ui V i ll

ti l I ;f t1 ,- -*lv i 1 1 -
iI l 'It la~in Ilt', i' e tind give it at'
01"'- xan-_ !((r F*c1"
Si111d Remedyhfor"av. rIipp' i~l

I Poll :(,I,'I; i I'? co 44 1111 l i ) I ll

As, raatnNtiKe

Simhpt'let Rhemedy fored an (4\per

su I tnV le rt 111v luis, ti Ma!not CI)? i~
I mislt .:ut s nc ed o to, fihln ,w11 thle U3)lI.

fur psitpor~trnzeant Notice.tnzft

tha IIwv r- itnol full andU \I'' 4lW

$100 Reward. $100.
'ih' rf t:ild rs ut this I pi;l r &ill bUit
pl.t-';il to learn that there is at least
,ihe dreaded disease that science ** has
been able to ti-ire in all its stages, and
that is ('atarrh. liall's C(atarrh C'ure is
the ,inly prsiti,' tiur' now known ti tl i
me(i al fraternity. Catarrh ibet1ir ;
con tut ional treat n'nt. all's('atarrht (r
is taken internally, acting direct upon
the blood and mnucous surfaces of the
system ther,'by d(estroving the folinda-
, tion of the disease, and giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the consti-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer )n.e Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure Send for list of
Address F. J. ('IHENEY & CO To-
ledo. Ohio.
Sold% l)v all druggLists. 7,c. Aug. 1,. if.
It will be unnecessary for you !1 L'
through a painful, expensive operation
'for Piles if you use ManZan. Put up in
collapsible tube with nozzle, ready to
apply to the soreness and inflammation.
For any form ot Piles, price 54kt., guar-
anteed Sold by Cobb's Drug Store *:i
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W Wrl ard mate & I f trip
$ A|tter part of lst week
t W. M. Holloway and
At Gereral W. H. Ellis are at-
ad the Tampa Fair.
Mia Cirn Hampton i also at Tam
discharging the duties of hIr position
secretary of the Student-help a .F
Mr. an& Mrs. f-red. T. Myers
ing the pleasure of a viait f
4on, Mr. Selim W. Myers, of C
who arrived yesterday at '
The State Capital was re, n-
the State's metropolisyes Mr.
William C. Hodges, one o l luee's
best known citizens. Union,
i ome of the stude f the College
I;lnl m D h at w lately prepar-
ing to f aan entertainment at the op-
era hose on the 21st inst. They are
full of enthusiasm, and are expecting a
full house

Busines, NAw Rigs, 4

New Harness, New Horaes.

Everything Up-to-date.


&hoes ii

a~ Black


C~ft~aRCifbr Stables,

T ,Ie:111n 6 111i 1 ui l II ),rpFLs0 't I I,-: d ott IK(Q)tL>Notice.

cIa x v I fat I111 ~It,'e~~~v.

H uniit I ntzg Tea s a nd I ) i -I% n vcr 1-w hk nov th11 c ou 1try I

IPhone QN~o. 79.

1'. 0. flox .187.

AllI Ac.cmmtIIS

[qines, Boilers. and Smoke Stacks,

The A ASSORTMENT and see the PR IC E
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axles

Light Two Horse, either axle, $;3.00 to
e ..I. 40. Reg. Two Horse, 50.(W)
Timber Wagos, .... $48.00 to 50.00)
BUGGIES, Ot of Sight:
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida roast and numbered by hunr
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one is but of sight another is
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other Dealers in the city.
Tallahaasee, Fla.

mhwA27OK io


Tanks. Injectors;


Saw Mill Machiner)

Shaftinq, Pulleys,
Engineers' and

Steamfiters' 9

Supplies, Etc.


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The Greatest cure for all forms of indigeW&0 in

the history of medicine. A ewtain pede in all bowelU.

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A e to to ba
t*t raa the w and bea
m lbe to, aad we adsit hr -Od
(umnt htb proven for the best, as is
always the eam, when oe's good wife
S decrees it so, and that Is wherein one
ray partially fnd sweets mixed up in
S tone's btt t doses," fpr the kind and
patient ai& tions, an acts of kindness
that oon s to us on such occasions
brins uas to relise the comfort and
SL valme of loved ones and friends, and all
S way teaches, even in suffering, pain
demoralizing situations, that we al-
have something grpat and good to live
for, rejoice in and be thankful for.
That as others love and care for us here,
^ we have One Greater above who loves
and cares for us all; yes, more than
care and do for our people and friends,
can for, love and inquire for and ad-
minister to our needs and comforts here.
Hence, even in adversities and sickness
here, we can look up and be cheerful,
even from behind clouds of sickness,
disappointments, and what not, and see
the silvery rays of sunshine, and be
thankful, cheerful and hopeful, await-
ing a reward for all deeds well done. Of
course, we cannot see why misfortunes
comes to us so often, but thanks for the
faith that is within us, we can see the
love of God, and of our loved ones. and
of our friends, with us even in sickness
and disappointments, that our worldly
plans do not always work out just to
suit us, for even the Widow's Mite,"
in the shape of nice young chickens were
this week sent into us, that we might
have delicious chicken soup to again
coax us back to health and strength.
Could one be skeptical, doubtful, blue or
despondent, even under the dreadfuI
licks of La Grippe.-WE SAY NAY !

Hon. Wm. H. Ellis has done his dut,
full and well, in his opinion, recently
given to the effect,that twenty-five pe
cent, of the I. I. monies rightfully be
longs to the School Funds of this State
and it is now up to Superintendent Hol
loway and the School Board to see thai
accounting is had and justice dona
Schools just as speedily as possible
those who know W. M. Hollowa3
t, can doubt that he will neglect foi
e moment longer than is absolutely
ry, to take such just steps as
will be proper, to correct the abuses
and gross negligence of the past, be.
fore it is all swamped in that very ex-
travagant drainage scheme. Read the
following interview from Hon. W. M.
Holloway, which was published in the
Tampa News of the 11th:
"Hon. W. M. Holloway, state super.
intendent of public instruction, who
left last night for Jacksonville, after
speeding several days in Tampa, is de-
lighted over the opinion rendered by
Attorney-General Ellis, relative to the
rights of the schools, under the consti-
tution of the state, to a proportion of
all of the revenues derived from the
sale of state lands."
I see no reason why we may not rea-
sonably expect to derive a considerable
amount of revenue trom this source,"
said Mr. Halloway to a Times repre-
sentative last evening. "Under the
constitution adopted in 1868, and the
clause is still operative, we are due. for
school purposes, twenty-five per cent.
of all the money derived from the sale
of public lands by the state. Now, not
one dollar of this money has ever been
turned over to the state board of edu-
cation, and we are legally entitled to
our percentage from the year 1868. I
believe the sum will now amount to
about $500.000, andcthis will mean much
to the schools of the state
"It was last October, the 22nd day of
that month, I believe, that the state
board of education pam d a resolution
ealft upon the board of trustees of
the th rto revenue fund for an ac.
sno edte of the funds derived from the
S a (e lowd, in order that the school
n Wmiht et what is due them from this
Ss mes bder the custitution. The at-
Swfnr asn w ked for his op.n-
kaI Waa a heha m be rind
red e xhasative opis whi*sh al
aSWS. ab saot ltmah of our
l taHab or i to thi

sto the board a
01 .M r g Oniesta we
I -WW-

ad sems a ed a good dwal with
4. ^|t- j aa~& imi bat *

fr Th True Damaist suggests Hon.
F; pred T. Myers as a eadidate for gov- /
ernor. It couldn't have named a better
one.- Lake City Inlax.
1* i iSo, we could not have "named a
better one," and it is a burning shame
SDiIl, Bm.l \ .t a roan like him can not afford to
lae clouding e, but into the present day kind of pol-
gna es, acm H. ng al tem Be, bt which carries with ones candidacy
Rn. wu^am H'. Eie ttor'ney-Gnee- as ,,wool-pullingtrickery," deceit
ral of the State of Florida, all ways to an.-." stand a -how of election.
the good, whether it just pleases all the Fi' ed is too honest and consist-.
bunch or not, will whip the "fight this I t and in anything but of
year on the Billa and be triumphantly verynt and i st and will
re-elected because he deserves to be, never be masndup ionable g
and as the machine has also set out to dirty things He r
do Bill Lamar he is calculated to show and has been tricked o n more than
th rtwo himself. and ha been tricked o on more than
them a thingor two -himself. one occasion, and does not feel that he
Hollaway and Sheats will again be can now take chances by having the
candidates for the same office, though same game played upon himself. The
this time their positions are reversed, day he was side-tracked to elect Wm.
If they conduct the same sort of cam- Sherman Jennings has proven a dear
paign as was carried on four years ago one for Florida, and Floridians are now
a third man will get enough votes in the paying for it. When we elect another
first primary to win.--Key West Citi- governor, of the Fred T. Myers kind,
zen. There will be no such campaign, then will our people rejoice again in
we feel sure, for both Mr. Hollaway having a dignified, square and honest
and Mr. Sheets have said so, and we governor, one who will be fair and just
believe, fuliv, know that it might be! to all-then, too, will the day of politi-
suicidal to both. Mr. Sheats made an cal machinery receive its death sen-
excellent official, and Mr. Hollaway is tence. .
making a record any man can well fee lor.,; Lanket., 7:, to $5.11,1 at .,.
proud of Mr. liollaway has hosts of Cay's. 40D
friends, many of whom still are among .
Mr. Sheats strong friends, who believe To stop that pain in the back, that
Mr. Howy shoud hve second I stiffness (t the joints and muscles, take
Mr. Hollaway should have a second Pinules. They are guaranteed. Don't
term. This race is calculated to be a suffer from rheumatism, backache,
closely contested one, and all hope it bidney trouble, when you get 30 days' I
will be left between the two, and let treatment for $1.00. A single dose at
kedtime proves their merit. (iGet them
them have a fair, clean campaign for to-day. Sold by Cobb's Drug Store. *3
preference. That will be the best way -.. -..
to settle it right and justly. "I trust this may be read by many
--........ .. ... sutl'fferers from kidney and bladder trou-
We have heard no explanation of the ble," writes Mrs Joe King, of Wood-
governor s action in selling for half land, Texas. "I suffered four years and
price the lands he assured us his drain- could find nothing t give even tempo-
age operations would reclaim. When rary relief Our dru'gist at last induced
even the governor discounts his prom- me to try your 30 days' treatment of
ises, why should we have faith? After Pinules for $1. This one bottle has
the rains we will know more.- T-T. cured me and money could not buy tI
Short Talk-. value it has been to me. ;Guaranteed.
No, ,lear brother nor are you likely to Sold by Cobb's Drug Store *3:

hear any explanation. Such as that, Th,. right thing to do wh--n you f' el
and giving out public statements of hilionti is lo take a (lose ,f (Cham-
minute detailed items of expenditures I,-rla 'is Stomach and Liver Tabl'ts.
and list. of supplies are never coming. They will clealise the stomach, and
i gulat'o th liv i'r and I ww Is. Try
Some great columns of figures of totals it Price, icltS.n Stilpl,'- lfre at
may after months be published, but you 'T, illahs.1 I)r'u Co. *
need not expect during the campaign ---
year to be given any more information
than machine politicians desire handed
out. Just keep on doing the guessing
and thinking, act, until the whole,
people demand knowing fully about all
things. We admit we have the right
to visit the Capitol to see about it, /-
that should not be necessary, those'
great,good men should publish it all for! e
their own as well as for decency's sake. beT
The Tallahassee rrue Democrat still CO e e
insists that the people never authorized ,
the drainage scheme. What odds? If
the scheme by Broward's and Broward
be the people, who is to whine? Or if
the people will not kick what sympathy
will be offered? Who pays the bill,
anyhow? C-rrent Comment Times-
A timely query is the above, but one c
that is easily answered, for it can be
seen from Attorney-General Ellis' re- -.........., 4 6r"6T, 1.... .. -..
cent able opinion, published in full on
the first page of this week's True January 31, 1908.
Democrat, that the School Funds of Dear Friend:
this State justly own all that is left of Oh! Papa used to be such
the I. I. Funds in money and lands. If a crank about coffee that he
it belongs to the Schools Funds, then almost worried r mama's
our claim all along, that the people's almost WOfied poor mama's
money has been and is being misapplied life out of her. She tried all
and wasted in the Great Napoleon's kinds of coffee and it was
drainage scheme, and that, too, after either too strong or too weak
a good majority, by ballot, have regis or too bitter or too something
termed a protest against it. "Who pays butnow every morning when
the bills, anyhow?" Why, easy! Flor- tnery mo m when
idians' children are being beat out of pa takes the first sip of
their just due, and Floridians are pay- Coffee, he smacks his lips as
ing for it. But the czars still rule and much as to sav "Thats miwh-

continue to play a mighty hand in pol-
itics. _. .
It is current political rumor that
Governor Broward, as soon as his term
a over, will become a South Florida
farmer. with a view to opposing Sena-
tor Taliaferro in the next Senatorial
election. But the Governor will have
to live i this section longer than that
to become recognized asa South Flor-
diaa.-TaUpa Evening News.
Bark, will you! Then that's the
secret of the "political machine,"
starting a ouWet, bat persistent cam;
pas s against Our Busioes Senator, s
far abea of his do&. See Tawi.
ferro's rieds will do well to p t~ .
ey0e open and their ears clear, to eM
sate 44us *beauties" al aln W t
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Here we are "away down south" in
beautiful Kissimmee that ibstles lov-
ingly along the curving shore of its
sparkling lake. Kissimmee,with its dark
green orange groves untainted by frost,
and thickly laden with its golden
fruit. Kissimmee. with her broad, clean
streets bordered with fresh green Ber-
muda grass; her hii-bearted, hospitable
men and cultivated and accomplished
ladies; her soft and balmy atmosphere
and blue unclouded skies. We left Tal-
lahassee at 4 a. m. December 26th,
where. the earth was white with frost
as far as the eye could reach, and ar-
rived in this emerald city of South
Florida at 8:15 p. m., where the
was so mild that an overcoat was
needed. We were kindly and hospital W
received and taken to the Park H- i
for the night, where all our wants were
anticipated by Brother Gardner .and
hlp estimable wife and daughterIThe
next afternoon the good people lar
church prepared a dainty and jltng
supper at the comfortable pa8age,
and we were duly installed and vited
to make ourselves at home. Brother
Myres, our predecessor, left eyything
in good shape for us to talf up the
work where he laid it down. Not the
least of his legacies was an excellent
choir organized last year, whose sing-
ing inspiredd us for preachjf our first
sermon and went far towiNi dissipat-
ing the diffidence usually attending a
first effort before a new =ad strange
congregation. Last Saturday Brother
Lawler, our active and energetic pre.
siding elder, came, full of eal and the
Holy Ghost, and preached- wo strong
and spiritual sermons on gebday, and
held our first quarterly nce on
Monday. We have as a set of
stewards as I have ever all active, I
up-to-date, progressive men, t
who know the preacher's and an- I
tiefiate them. With such board, the
financial problem loses most Of its ter- 1
rors. My earnest prayer is that I may n
have grace and knowledge given me to r
worthily wear the mantle of the good t
and' noble men who have pOeded me r
here.-Rev. J. L. Woodwarf In Chris o
tian Advocate. s
The South Ad IMr. 3al h
If Mr. Bryan is the no'-- of the w
Democratic party this yearW. will be
chen bythe South and 4 the South 8
must rest the responsibili his can- a
didey. He is not in vor with
the West and the South the votes
in the convention to name e of a
half a candidate. whttat iz
the southern state E
themselves is to confess tly S H
broken at last-a cose that car- o0
rine with it a weaknessm ioe dan- e:
gerovs than the election Republi- c
can president. Our w con- h
rented to the inaugural l apub- d.
lican not elected by l ofthe is
peole on condition tha be ii
al ed local self-goyV
paid a penalty so grevousl beIa b
crime to lose the fruits of p
der. ei
Since she can defeat Mr. B ab* e
most accept responsibility for ch
nation, and we hope she will not n
evade the issue. It is all right to
nate Mr. Bryan if the South wan
We rrant that other states want
too,t wedeny that the ot
hop to nominate him without thim
But let us have the manhood to It
is euar candidate or that he is d
charge that his nomination m a
feat and yet to accept that noi U
as eit is a frame of mind a
thy of m and our section. We a wu
the duty of voting for the nominee, a t
we lamist that we light to the last, gN
or'without hope, to make that nom
tiom exactly what our judgment
proves and our hearts dictate. R l
of expediency do not appeal t 1
South. We tried that min aece
Horace Greely and deserved i>
ious defeat m so doing. whetler[ []
candidate deserved defeat or not. [
The South must get together. | bi
dustrial hope as well as political
warns us against divisions. T i
cutting down our representation at
making still further inroads 5 *
rightsof the States are already hl I
Washington, and it is only whf 00
South furnishes a phalanx of
that the war against the ei a
threatened with possible dein 1
lic opinion is influenced by it

attacks on the South. Spec
ives are sent to our sector r
with the duty of furudshlag l a t
for the war qade on the la ar t
fatersn made it and when C
we mka in theSouth the he h
redmbled Thoeme who t

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The Leap TYqsa arty. JanuUy 31
1908, at the Oo0le hsee, on Clintos
street, gotten up and gtven by a corn
mittee composed, of* Misses Florena
Lewis, Florence Proctor and Kate
Mickler, was a complete and grand
success, all taking part enjoying the
occasion to the fullest
A nice program of music and many
amusing games were ladulged in until
a late hour.
The guests present were Misses La
lale Cates, Onle Zachary, Bessie Zach.
ary Florence LewBsyd, Hebewtore,
S aste Can Br.nt, Ifuahon fl
city; Ro rFt o ic a
M. S New Urk a;
to MIklC Marion Bowen,
on, Dal y Mullikin, Lila
n a Gainey and Jeslie Ed.
n: and Measrs. P. H. Calswell,
ford Byrd HerbertOwens, Wil.
SBas, Clyde R. Rushton of Ala.
B. H. Bridges, I. Gunter, of
Oalnesville. Mr Flint of Cincinnatl. O..,
Mr. Spiller, of New York. It. II. Van
Brunt, 0. Earl Proctor. J. Will low.
Hawk. Brown, Louls, Yow, C. D. Robe-
son, Ralph Gramillng and J. G. Kellum.
The home was artistically decorated
with many cut flowers and potted

Skin Disease of Twenty Years
Standing Cured.
I want you to know how much
Chbiinherlain's Salve has (done for me.
It has cured my face of a skin di.
sease of almost twenty years' stand--
insg. I have been treated by s,-veral
as smart physicians as we have in this
country and they did me no good, but
two boxes of this salve has cured
me.-Mrs. Pannie Grifn, Troy, Ala.
Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by
Tallahassee Drug Co. *

The turpentine people seem to be
much pleased with the election of Wal.
ter F. Coachman to the presidency of
the Consolidated Naval Stores Com-
pany. It is expected that his election
will resuscitate the business and put it
back on a paying basis. And yet it is
not so long ago since he was very much
reviled by a few newspapers that
bought they knew more about how to
tin the turpentine business than any-
ne else. When the storm comes we
eem to scurry back to our safest har-
ors, no matter how much we may
have rocked the boat when the water
ras smooth.-Starke Telegraph.
DeWitt s Carolize Witch Hazel
Salve Is lyst for cuts, burns, bruises
nd scratches. It is especially good
or piles. Sold by all druggists. *
Two of Florida's most prominent cit-
rens were at the capital Wednesday-
x-Governor Frank P. Fleming and
[on. Dannett Mays. Mr. Mays is out
n his Congressional campaign, and
presses himself as being much en-
ouruged by the results of the canvass
e hbs tbus made. This especial candi-
ate 1i very popular in Leon. being
irg. iy Icentlfled with the county both
a social and business interests. Mri.
Ihys is a sister of Justice C. B. Park-
i!l, Pand *wa born on the old family
lactation of Tuscawills, in Leon, prop-
ity still owned by the family. Mr.
gays wi'l undoubtedly carry his own
county, and will receive a large sup-
,)'t in iciddle and West Florida.
Neglected Cold Threatens Life.
( rom tra3 Chicago Tribune.)
"'Don't trifle with a cold,' is good
iviee for prudent men and women.
Smay be vital in the case, of a
&ld. Proper food, good ventilation,
ad dry, warm clothing are the proper
feguards against colds. If they are
laltated through the changeable
either autumn, winter and spring,
ie baaIoes of a surprise from ordi-
ary cold will be slight. But the
dlnary light cold will become severe
aegleeted, and a well established
pe cold Is to the germs of diph-
keria what bhoty is to the bee. The
=a test menace to child life at this
-on of the year is the neglected
i.." Whether it is a child or adult,
he cold slight or severe, the very
et treatment that can be adopted
i to give Chamberlain's Cough
Lemedy. It is safe and sure. The
ret popularity and Immense sale
t this preparation has been attain-
A by Its remarkable cures of this all-
isat A cold aevw results In puae-
naala when It is gte. For sale by
'ilabhssee Drug OL.
The names of the dead voters still
eimalinl on the relstratoa list In
his county are truly "boes, o cor,
sntlon" in the petition now bebre t"a
county Comamtslosers. Nearly tare
hundred a1 tuees names are stin ap,
he booksand it is oonteded by Wso
hat o0se a voter always a voter--6
ast uatul your name Is stricken oa by
es p.-r arthortlUe.
The wyers employed Ia thit case
em to demy the right of even oos
imighty to do this. These votes
-O bess @ttek* rees S* rel. *o
he Ulvia, -a aithegh thr ItnrIa
tesqmies have lses siace bees a-sea
td sad 9 It w sMaees soe

1/the onesty sbihedse a- m'
or I.-Jac-k

Bait ui m., et tm. wias says:
'I have oily t s es of year
ayve Mr B amre ~r ar r'

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert male are
home foim a visit to Ta M. and
OyFtray evening Mr.
Gamble arrived here fotr a i
Ta)lahse In Jack.alUlle in.
elude Mr. H. 0. Wood. oit of that citys
leading business men. I- is here as
busbtes and Is stopplug at the Do
Judge William Hooker' of Oca
registered at the Everett. Judge H
Si a membw m tIM of iA *& # &

. ocratic Executive Columittee, Mi
. proven a big gun at all tO
in"e of the body.
Hon. Ernest Amos of nta
Rosa County, is on the the
meetings of thape Bxecutive
mitts r In the corl-

and Is oa of the most popular of the
South Florida committeemen.
Hon. R. H. Buford of Quincy, a mem-
ber at large of the State Democratic
Committee, arrived in the city last
night preparatory to today's meeting.
He is one of the most popular of the
West Florida committeemen, and has
always taken an active part in Florida
Adjt. Gen. Clifford R. Foster arrived
in the city last night from Tallahassee,
and registered at the Aragon for a few
days' stay.-TImese-nlon 11th.
Attorney General W. H. Ellis will be
a pis enger on the Seaboard tonight,
on his way to Tallahassee. State Su-
perintenennt W. M. Holloway wjll also
he a passenKer. Mr. Holloway will atop
at Jacksonville, where he will attend
the meeting of the Democratic State
will return to Tampa Friday to attend
Educational Day at the Fair. He will
remain here several days.-Tampa
Times, 10th.
For Sale.
One Reg. P China Boar, 2 year old,
$25.00. Six Shepard Pups, $5 to $10
each. G. G. Gibbs. 50-4t
One good farm hand. Regular work
and good wages. G G.Gibbs. 50-4t


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. .

Plumbing a Speciaty.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience.. .
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K il ." I fATIV he llcto aat the Leme. (rienalm I SUi *wI
aloan. retired r- of the to
line C- st&0 t NSary public in United or t Army, wenW "ib bp M t
ofth l s te m Flonria a lser1.k personal wife, i spending m.oe m ,A La ex. toi
amr0- e11 bne nemye a A. M ueArin, to me l known to be tense tfa t; -" out A eras. h
.g s wthe Mrs .ter o nomni. hpn vittyd the WIW LendrOfllY ,.
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S broTer ATTroRMNY. owork. and -- lf c do all ru power to beainr o y f riO ea Floradnur with u .,stifaction. l.
DOfeoorae=* ilrs of ur therod t gprov7eft5 in ease am Nov. A19 1911 Gow-b wrcnt wt

10 oFebruary 11. forD- AWSONUrOATWG*OMFMd
aga.l. e n nu aS mIy candidacy for SECTON SIX Ol ALrL aest a w tonon
y e ot AG .air for FOR nRMB9 RSOFTHH.tOUS OF REP r a haldnbe et S2 Te after the, a i
M. -ia SENTATV oS. nthe doctor shal edllet by ead sale, of d s teem of l the pli
S voters y rmtes ofeonounty either real or peronal popety, taxes that r not forfeited when he became lo
Sth the approval To the Democratc V rs of Leon County: main unpaid on the rt da April in uch Chief Exective O what
Srtl h rby announce myself a candidate for the manner as is provided by the Lw of Florida." a that ntive. Occ yt
,- at the otd ilsri'.I i nomnteryon au a eprentti e from thin s t county Please that your taxes ane asid before April at that time a ,most i a
S t ay at in th t Liturof Florkida, subject to the the 1st day. as I will enforce thew. t Governor Marvin mot p
support for ra m tinalo that ionof th m c rima e L. r c F ul in bringing order out of chaos,and re- j,
to co-operat wlth my former valued JOHN L. NLEY. 61tf ablishin*g a Constitutional Govern-
a -supptoters to the end that my vote I will be a candidate for nomination and re meant. of
a most athe condce election to the coffee of Representative in the L- In August of 865, President Johnson
p eever shown in me. I would that t ill appreciate thoe b, irt ofr m. gave him authority to issue a call for
ws w rens ater that I mgiht serve a them A. se. WES. the election, on the 10th of October, of t

e the Voters of the Second Jndicial Circuit. com- NOTICE.0f INATN. Legislature chosen uner the provisions
risnig theCounties of Leon, Jefferson, Gad- of this Constitution met December 2)th,
5 Liberty. Calhoun. Franklin and Wakulla: 1865, when Governor Marvin retired
aving conclded to become a candidate for NTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE., and David S. Walker. the newly-elected
1W Attorney for said District. I shall be very the undersigned. will on Monday, the 9th dayn iio v as
toyou for yr uprt at the coming of March. A. 1908 apply to the honorable Na- Constitutional Governor, was inaugu-
y election-pldrinj you to fulfill the duties poleon B. Broward. Governor of the State of Flor- rated.
"M offel to the very best of my legal khowl- ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital of said State, for It was this Legislature that chose 1
if. ee ld letters patent incorporating ourAOlven and s.-
a*sever. as in the days of the past, ces an the WILLIAM-McLAUN COM- Governor Marvin and Wilkerson all as h
whmI went amnon you. pleading the cause01t PANY under the followian Charter: United States Senators for ilorida, but o
T Damocracy, when it was then necessary to J. A. McLAURIN. they were not allowed to take their w
ploeod. Yours to command. J.n A. G. CARSON, seats .
NAT.-.-- -. L...... Governor Marvin was also the distan- r
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. PROPOSED CHARTER OF "THE WILLIAMS- o guished author of a standard legal work
a1 in served now for more than a year as tMcLAAJRIN COMPANY"'. iscin g Floian ar
CeMnty Jadge of Leon County, Florida, I hereby .7 In comCing to Flori a Mrs. Luddington
*mac* myself as a candidate for election to _9ARTICLE I. B :W 0i returns to the scene where her child- c
that otl subject to the action of the Democratic hood days were spent, and she expresses
Pvf7rym 1 pledge, if elected, a faithful and im- Z H NAME OFITH9 ICORPORATION. e
P Seiattealanc to the dutted Mof the fle d i.n of thi orporation hall be William. herself as being charmed with the old R
B. A. MuINNIM. MLin'e Comt aaraditn s r in aWilliso- Capital as it is today. It is often a de- o
TO the Democrati Voters of Leon County: business shall be at Spring Hill. in the county of p lightful experience to renew old associ- c
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the laonm thstaeof Fl id. withsUh braie nhta e nations, and doubtless Mrs. Luddihgton t
tion.ofCounty Judge subject to the action of ais the Board of Directore may determine upon will find it so m the present case. Her
thi Democratic y w h. aer of t b sn friends here will be rlad to have an op- e
Ig making this announcominit I wiatthe ARTICLE friends here will be glad to have d
t1 time to thaskOW my rienids threou het he portunity of meeting her again, and
county not only for the splendid ote they ave me GENFRAL NATURE OF THE BUBINeSSS to BE i also of making the acquaintance of her
at thi last primary, but also for their manyoe-rAn t rAscte. h distin ished esan r o e
ps noof d will ad encouragement during TANCTE. distinguished husband.
temlast two year. The general nature of the business to be trans- -- ---.-. a
If elected. I will perfoe the duties of the o frce acted by this corporation shall be the manufac- Hisls Coatl iunMel Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Fa- b
fatfully and oenselentiously. turning, farming, producing. purchasing and sell- iaa B.
HOWAAD GAMBLE. ing of lumber and naval stores. and otherwise The Corinne RankeliStock Company vorite.
OR OUNTYTREASURER scrition; and the growing, byin packing opened their engagement last night W prefer Chaberlain's Cough
th Democratic Voters of eon unty: manufacturing, selling and handling of leaf to- with The Girl of the Sunny South, and R emedy to ay other for our child- W
Sth D i VtrsofLen ont^ ~ bacco of all kinds. and all other agricultural pro- m h.ppy to say the above is one of ren," says Mr L. J. Woodbury of e
I have decided to stand for nomination, before ducts; to buy. sell, own, hold. lease, rent and im- .in h ppy t s above is o ae sayiMr. .. ob o -
the easing Democratic Primary election, for the prove real estate and to inortirage and encumber the best stock companies that ever Twining, Mich. "It has also done th. t
Mafce of County Treasurer of Leon county. My the same; to loan and to orruw money and take played my home. Miss Runkel, as the work for us In hard colds and croup,
peoplehave known me for along numberof ears mortgages and other securities; to build .main- girl of the Sunny South, deserves all and we take pleasure i n recommend-.
ad know that I am fully competent to faitfully tain and operate warehouses and packing houses c r
perfrmthedutiesofthatoffice.and I solicittheir for curin handling and preparing for market lonor and her Southern harm and Ing it." For sale by Tallahassee Drug
port promising to abide by the results of the leaf tobacco, and all other farm products; to own beauty is all that can be wished for. .
primary. Very respectfully. R. A. SHINE. and operate saw mills, grist mills and cotton in Jack Usher, as her leading man is far In Honor of Mr. SellU Woodworth h
To the Democratic Vote', of Leon County:rand to deal in, buy aryd sell timber and timber o
TothDemocratic Votersof Leon County: landsandto cnstruct tram ways to rais. buy above the average. Master Dave Run- Myers. o
announce myself a candidate for nomi- and sell horses, mules, cattle and hogs and all kel, as Mose, is a clever black face A ni f.l i,
Srei-election as Treasurer of Leon coun- kinds of live stock: to operate dairy farmsn and comedian and a great many older ones A delightful famij reunion was held k
subject to the action of the coming poultry farms. and deal in general merchandise. lo eft Ha b hi M Fred at the residence of Non. and Mrs. Fred
Primary to be held for such purpose. and make advance on all kinds of crops, and enn- WOuld be let far beind. r. red T. Mers on Thursday evening a to wel-
I tothank all of my friends for their past rally to buy. sell and exchange all and every Breton, as Dr. Merridew, is worth the Myers eomehus. -d evn o ig. o lest 0
and support, and will appreciate re- character of property, real and personal, and to price of admission alone to see. The comethe home-coming o their eldest
again their future support for this office. engage into any and all kinds of busines-tS that I son, Mr. Selim Woodworth Myers, who 1
Respectfully. may be incident to, or connected with. or neces- specialties were al very cever. for several years has lived in Chicao
JOHN EAMLE PERKINR. nary to the proper development and condulctof the Tonight Hal Reid's masterpiece "The for several CW-. y
--- business of this corporation: to have, enjoy an Shadow" one of the greatest The host and hostess were at their best o
FOR SHERIFF. exercise all of the rights, powers and privileges 8eOri .. r*tten will be, plyd. and spared no pains to make the even- t
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County: ranted to corporations for profit by the lawsof stories ever written will be play ingone of enjoyment to their guests. w
I heofbyoannouncemycandidayfortheofficeof the State of F loida. llubegis n rtownrto-gh A delightful musical program, both for
Sheriff of La County. and repectfullyeak your ARTICLE I!. as the shadowwill be in town to-nighti __ in trument, which wa a
support for this office at the coming Democratic This is a dollar show for popular prices. woch',. ,_ -
Pribary. If elected I will well and faithfully CAPITAL STOCK. Good music ood singing. Come and prominent feature of the evening en-
disia thedutiesoftheoffice. The capital stock of this corporation shall be see Mose anhave a hearty laugh.- tertainm t, was carried out b Mrs.
Very re.pectfuUy Twenty-five Thousand Dollar. to be divided into Thomasville, Ga. Times- Enterprise. Mers, and her younger am, hnt,
WILLIAM M. LAN;sON. Two Hundred and Ffty Shares of the par value Nal"s r e wo is fast becoming an eop t
FOR CrLERK OF CICUIrT CUR..T. of One Hundred Dollars per share, to be paid i Prices. 25c, 3C and 50 cents, sf-ias .amam, v an.. a ,.o ais,
SOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT. cash. or for and on account of services, labor and -, cornetist, assisted y several of the
To the Democratic Voters of Lton County : property, at a just valuation thereof to be fixed CAllae Notes guests, a number of whom are gifted tl
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of by the incorporators at a meeting held for that musicians. t
Clerk of the Cicuit Court for Leon County, sub. purpose by the Directors. The Spring term of the Florida Fe- Whale a large number of those invited W
et to n at theomin r ARTICLE v male Collee will open February 24th. were unable to be present .orIy o_
St It sef y at or uprt fo such it is eEpec ted that the number of stu- twenty-six guests responded, all of em
If aominted and eeted, I will give my time '..... dents who will enter the Normal De- relatives of Mr. Myers, except two, b
and best efforts t the faithful perforaneof This corporate on shall exist perpetually nartment for Teachers will be very who are of the family only o-
retretfue oll c ARTICLE v. are. and preparations are being made tion." Those present were: rs.
HENRY T. FLKEI.. oIcEu. with all dispatch for their acommoda- Perkins, Mrs. W. W. Perkina, Mrs.
FOR TAXCOLLECTOR The busine of this cooration shall be tion. The basket-ball team went to William Clark, Mr. and Mrs. s
TtD FOR TAXt COLLECTOR. ducted by a Predeat. Vik.-President. 8se etur Thomasville, Ga., yesterday, where Perkins and little daughter mmi e
To th Democratic Votr of Lon County : and Treasurer and a Board of Directors, to consist they will play Young a College, to-day. Mr and Mrs. L. A.
I lbeabs announcemy candidacy for theoffleof of not iathan thesh tree rno than ve, anduch s i Wilcms, intructor of ehytcal T. l Perklend Mr .arL. Pek (" r
Tax Oolletor for L eon County, sub to neali otheW oS Sand agets as the Boad mtf Diraetors ..s.l '. Wnt.h -o--.i..!- L"aure Pekn *s, '' Mr. Earl"in, Mr'
nausabrtuKa oniurg Democratic r r a may from time to time provide. Aay two of Culture ent with the girls as diaper- and Mrs. T. B. Perkins, and mU .,
specttfully ask yoer support for such noieaia. such oce ms held by me and the one, ani Mr. Kent Johnston, as coach. Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Robet B. Ge. I
Ifo itd indeted. I wiN give my time sha be electd at the anuai m o Th ao t oa C eMa rm ,r3
duties .W.s,, teacn Dr L..L.he o h m a"d every "r. Tm emf r. Hunt, u'by Laster, Carolyn Mr. Ned Ches r. B. A. u u ,
wryrh saM mum's ethe affar S of this asn Westccett, Ella Manning, Jucise Ben x
anameI neati u to s stock a e Eva Dean .4 Mary Barco. ginmf Dr. Hairy 3. Palmer. Sue
FOR TAX AsmsaOR. tgF Ptn sal be; Psdt An interesting entertainment will Archer and Miss Mary Talbot WM d.
T .e,. Fla., Peb. 14. 10. Mn adrsJ. take place on the 21st int. at the "- -. -"
To thDemocrati Voters of loo n Coty: ri J. A. G. Caad W. .McDow e Op H A pla entity "Mi Captain R. E. Rose and Mr. ih

.ta SeJ ar tiJ err AructsVI : teacher of violin, and Mil Ssh Clne, fd Laws. T*SatiSS J3B
pse fsa satyr- -ae -A3mo or rnrsnmse teacher of vice. The propem is tat as e the
-. W h..o. ^ l s / e l

POsSu The abmt WOat tla td W&Wmow IWM~ty Fo oa t the too& ad$
SPOt susrrIMDNWT( or WPUBC IN- to which iepose-s ca at aoy time aet KMinsm reL aR edoASn, throughout the 9tg s a 4aW 1
N f Wacrsoono. HM bar a beTweatr-raw.ree eiar. MCarolyn Wsatcott. 1ap6na mote wl l Ld t t
a 4.B ..4 M".I-ugame Arrects vn. A h.2.22" Eu &n t1a 0 quit& W iBlSt a
tmmis 6 UCT b f oN.knifsa AMb=TetrF e eM d Dw as. WWOU 710', Etta i mm that re mis m ow btm
L-49=78ONthSpMp40..Lee ATIVI Minss rah Jan. Lveloy. fromaw I..,m

fdU *Samaru ofsaws"
me OumW 2S1MAY"oN.
Or Lows~~sb
sowsto mdmb

The nmose sad reidesemofes ci u solsto ti
owba seok of t"is sosantlsw"t a
omegaat Ww bof aftlhshsherhd fa Ow ad
we ionvois:w

mferem~of m
GabNP" 420

Wt th at o atIetimn t a ulstia

ea PWO oedmw
i lin thmsenta, e er to eevade
M Interstate or Natl Pao r1od
aw. A number of ao-aWlenil lUse-
ams attepnpted to Ovade the U. 8. er
terstate law by a u matideak i-
States where no loea lawa
beir manufacture and, di' ia
aid Staas. Tha Stat law bei m-
t to he U. & law wil prevent X e
n cture ad sale c these iaw dl -
ordle within th State.
Prior to the enactm t of the U 'ti-
zer and Food Stuff las Florida, g-
g no law on the ject, wao th
mp ground or if artira a
ld atUbe sold in othir Statas. Our
however, plces the State
W ot progrvsive Stase yof
itand otects oer peopiMIn
imposition of such inferior, or adul-
ted articles.

,he gi

teachers Monthly Rgport for
of the Leon County Graded
.bShooL shows an attendmae
PI, which is the largest that
efore been ristered. Han.
ts, the pricipal, reports
condition of the school as
the teachers and pupils
lent work.

Old Roman Laws.
The old pRoman laws, according to
olquboun, conferred on the husband
ompletc empery over the wife. All
he owned or earned was rested in
im. and he a ctred the same right@
ver her person ,d property as if she
rere his nature l ughter. The wife.
n the other i. acquired all the
Rights to a child and to ber husband's
a me and suedession in the event of
n intestate estate, and she could exer-
ise all the prl ges to which her sex
admitted. The; wer of the ancient
loman father er his offspring was
riglnally pea 1, nor could the
hild be em ted from the fa-
her's control g the father's lItf
except by thin rent's consent, nor
Id he become ul Jurls until the fa-
her (being self sul juris) died,
when the son was emancipated by the
Simple operate of the law. In those
rave days t father had legal per-
ilsaon to his children or to
end them, ered like slaves, to
rork on his or even to kill them.
hooning whatever means for their
akidg off be t ght proper.

How the Brash n Cleans His Teeth.
When the an cleans his teeth
e must use a 11 twig cut from one
f a number ertaln trees, and be-
ore he cuts It fe must make his act
known to the of the woods. He
lust not Indul n this cleanly habit
very day. B0 ust abstain on the
sixth, the elgh e ninth, the four-
eenth, the and the last day
f the moon, Hlays of new. and
ail moon esday In every
reek, oa thei of the constellation
ider wMldl as born, on the day
f the on the day of the
aonth spound with those of
is eclipse, at the conjune-
Im of planets, at the equitoze
md o aucky epochs and also on
he of the death of his fa-
her or other. Any one who cleans
t15 lllth his bit of stick on any
SA mentioned days will have
on portion. "HiCdoo Man
mNbbe Dubole.





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