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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: June 5, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 Government; Honesty in Public


Equal Justice to


5, 1908.


NO. 15.

Privileges to None.


emma ..s. tr unist-States Senater.
oe motest for United States Sen-
ator has narrowed down to Broward
Sand Fletcher. You will make your choice
Between them on the 16th of June.
There are matters connected with their
pubHe work, and bearing ado their qual-
l nations for this high office which the
Speop should know.
Mi'. Fletcher has been engaged for
twenty-seven years in the practice of
law in Jacksonville. He is not apoli-
ticlan in the understood sense of the
word, and has not been continually seek-
ing and holding offie.
He has held some public positions as
a result of that interest in public affairs
which every citizen should feeL He has
twice been mayor of Jacksonville at
critical times in her history. He has
served as chairman of the board of pub-
liq instruction in Duval county. He has
served one term in the legislature
(1898) and has been for four years
chairman of the state Democratic exec-
utive committee, There has never been
one word of criticism regarding the
faithful discharge of his duties in any
public capacity.
F The only question raised about him
by his opponent is that as an attorney
he has repreoented railroad companies
in the past, bur he meets that by say-
lg that he represents no railroad cornm-
pany int any capacity or to any sense at
t present, and if he is elected by the peo-
S ple, he will represent the people as their
attorney in fact with all the skill and
ability at his command. It is absolute-
l Y iaputrue that he is under the influence
Ot or dminetlon of any corporate inter-
Sast whatsoever.
I He is making his fight single handed
J[L, A^d a JOWQ o0 whatever meat be posses-
ad without i rr any ob
Whatsoever b ottom with there
S ol sand atoltesned with them;co-

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thm s the S clea cd

S P~Is an ar her fornu with them;a

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laof the land, aralleld in oden s with.


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If Gvernrow.wahabim


Mr DAB Sia:


I realize that in this age railroads
are necessary to development and to
the prosperity of the people and devel-
opment, and prosperity of the people is
neceesary to the success and prosperity
of the ra8- There Is no legiti-
mate resasa* 3 antagonism between
the two. Their ltrests are, and should
be, mutual. All that the people, as a
people want is just what they are en-
titled to. All the railroads should
want Is just what they are entitled to.
and neither the railroad commission
or the courts should give or allow them
My life, both public and private, be-
fore and for the seventeen years I have
been a citizen of the State, is open to
investigation and criticism. Investiga-
tion Is invited to the end that every
citizen, every elector of the State, may
determine advisedly whether or not I
am better qualified, better fitted, and
whether or not I could and would serve
the State more efficiently as a railroad
commissioner than some other candi-
date. Respectfully,
W. K. JAcxso!!,
Lakeland, Fla., March 1, 1908.
Home Peorseals.

dents of the counties respeCtively.
This would mean that some of the coun-
ties of the State would be almost bank-
rupted by the tax on the people of the
particular county to pay the pension
lanim of residents of that county.
Thee peonsioers rendered service for
the whole State and not for any parti-
ular county, and it is not right that the
rich and populous counties should ee.
cape the tax levied for pensions in ex-
oes of the claims of their own citizens.
Again, when Governor Broward was
running for the office of Governor he
pledged the people that not one foot of
the lands held by the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund, and not
one dollar of the money held by them,
should be conveyed or delivered to the
railroad companies suing for them, ex-
cept under and in pursuance of the man-
date of the highest court of the land.
Yet he and the Board of Trustees re-
cently compromised with the L. & N.
Railroad Company and the Wisner Land
Company whereby 440,000 acres of lands
involved were conveyed to the railroad
company and the land company, and
nearly a quarter of a million dollars of
the very money he had reference to was
turned over to the L. & N. Railroad
Company and the Land Company.
Without considering whether this com-
promise was advisable or not, it was a
plain and absolute violation of his pledge
to the people made when he was ap-
pealing to them for their votes for Gov-
nor. A large proportion of the money
in the hands of the Trustees referred
to, and which they were enjoined by the
United States Court from using, arose
from the sales of large bodies of lands
in Taylor and Lafayette counties.
These lands were sold by the Trustees
to big land companies, not in small
quantities to settlers or to citizens of
ese counties. Twenty-five per cent.
of the proceeds should have gone into
the School Fund of the State.
$250,000.00 PAID TO L. A N. AND WISNER
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars
of these very proceeds were paid out
under this compromise to the L. & N.
Railroad Company and the Wisner Land
Company, and the remaining portion of
these proceeds was used by the Trua-
tees-no doubt at the instan e t Giv-
ernor Broward-in csrryi cmb o s
So athe p opOf Sy i and LA-
fayette counties have derived abso-
lutely no benefit from this vast area of
public lands In these counties.
The land is gone; the money is gone;
the School Fund has not even got its
portion; and if the people of these
counties want say of that land, they
must now pay the prst owners from
five to tea mes watthey old have
bouhbt it for from the 8tate before the
Trustees disposed of it. Is it possible
that the people of these eonaties In
particular, and the ople of other
counties in Florida, ao all Inter-
ested in he School FuPd mad in the
public domain i a general way at least,
will support for offi a mae who has
dealt i this way with important inter.
stMs and who has violated is pledges
heretofore made to the people.
Thbi conipwoaise gave the railroad
practically all it claimed and the raill
road company would have made it on
the same terms before Broward was
As to the drainage of the Evergiades,
whih the Goveror boasts of as a great
aeso lahmemt, in the first pla, the
people of this State have never been
give the figure sowitg what this
work hae cosat thm up to this time.
It ls variously estimated at from three
to five hundred thousand dollars. The
result of the work is better known. It
seems that b the aid of n albot u-

da tof neary two yas, some twelve

ent off this amount of land and It is
sUbet to cultivatlon. It seems that
Ihis imidca bojehased at ( p0.0er
ams _but It ha. cd but few purchas-
SIt emA alow that people who un-


However much I would like to meet Taken from Times-Union, May 30th:
i you face to face and present myself to Mr. B. A. Meginniss, a popular young
you as a candidate for Railroad Com- haberdasher of Tallahassee, spent yes-
missioner, it is impossible for me to do terday in the city and greeted many old
so, and must kindly ask you to allow friends.
me through this method and through Hon. Fred T. Myers of Tallahassee
friends of your community or county, attended the meeting of the state Dem-
" to ask you to consider my fitness and ocratic executive committee yesterday.
qualification for the work of Railroad He registered at the Aragon.
Commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hurschber of
In coming before you as a candidate Tallahassee, are expected to visit Mr.
for Railroad Commissioner, and asking and Mrs. M. R. Cohen for a short while,
you by your support sad by your votes en route to New York city. They will
to delegate to me the power, the au- spend the greater part of the summer
thority and the duty of representing in Europe.
you and the great interests entrusted Hon. W. M. Holloway, state super-
Sto the Railroad Commaiion--of epre- intendent of public instruction, who has
sending you when and where you a been in the city for a few da s investi-
people cannot represent yourselves,- rumo thr
fully realize that I am asking a .gating rumor of fraud in te matter
deal. .*of securing in advance the examination
*";'" .. ... .. ... k ?aopers to be used in next Tuesday's ex-
The Interests and the welfare of the papers to be used in next Tuesday's ex-
S of Fnlorm only be conserved nation, was present at the meeting
people of Florida c ly be onrv the tate Democratic executive com-
Sby a Commission s ol d of men who mittee yesterday. Mr. Holloway was
know the rights& 0 qualities of the the repient of numerous congratula-
eople, compo oef men who know tions yesterday because of the magnifi-
privle. te andwequltles of cent vote giv en him in the recent pri-
the railroads; mav aMo at all tin sad mary.
under all conditles are sady sad will- --
InK to s ace5 to tho trar ortatL. ,has provided the stomach
I Us l sthe State all pi- n tural fluids known as
e right and equity tb belong to ue. u, r es, and t Is h
them. or to which they are or may be these uices that the food we eat is
entitled by law or justice; composed of acted upon in such a way as to produce
mon who know to what the people a the rich red blood and thereby makes
entitled; men who know the power, us strong, healthy and robust, and it is
authority and scope given them by law, the weakening of these digestive Juices
and who will, to the extreme limit of that destroys health. It is our own fault
such power and authority, maintain to If we destroy our own health, and yet
the people of the State, without sea i so esy for any one to put the
tiUment, without prejudice, without heal. stomach out of order. When you need
station, delay or vacillation, all and to take something take it promptly, but
every right and equity that belongs take something you know is reliable
to them, or to which they are titled --tomething like Kodol for Dyspepsia
-nothing less and nothing more. What sd Indigestion. Kodol Is pleasant to
we need, what we want, what we r take, it is reliable and guaranteed to
quire, what we are entitled to. l a give relief. It Is sold by all drugglsts.*
ready, a safe, a rapid and a cheaper
transportation or movement of our per- Wman's InvasIes of o fcaden.m
sons, property, products and supplies. e invasion of the higher -
I feel that I am qualified or the of- tions of i this ontry by the
floe by reason of long and continuous n th
contact and experience with railroads, enter sex is one of the
as shlpper, receiver and pI:-* my cent events a these days of extraord
experience as an employ sraix naryocc c Thr hou the land
Yaro my association and 1satact with a note of warning ha recently
ocials and employee ama so t sounded to the effect that, If no -
hearing their versions of the reasons ed, womenwill overrun the l .I
and elass for dangerous Ik lack of is prec e that the men willta to
cars, lack of motive power, t mIlty to the tees or the deep s if the number
procre and control labor, eamesof-** of his who attends eoft* continues
s i ,cmk. I_ ite. to =LrTowations are aroa n
wrecks loses 4 'amO"*, Ot"We all sides over the usurpation of the
and overcharges on shipmet; my long w e 0 o
and continuous assoelatio a ScostactS pde si Sios hm .
with consumers, dealers sad preod ers, gst t hsa itP a felt in some
ha their.tou --. th-e- Aquarters that President Hall has come
hearing their troubles, obr their outnadvocating ** "men's rights. H
greatned of redress or w gdo inks th v estion now n edu-
them; ten years legislative aeriee; cation is whether man will be able to
was a member of the House of Repr sviv view of woman's a esion.
s entsatlv 18", 191 and M; It is evident from the great rore in
member of the Senate 190 and he world that American women at leat
Have voted for and helpdo a y have an immense amount of gumption;
section of the Railroad O.lost oolaw a wherever they find an opening they
now on the statute books f the State. rush in and take possession of every-
My experience and contact with ra- thing in sight, sothatpoor man must
roads began in December, 1t. From flghtfor mere existence.
the ulntl "ow, a period oe. 'The remarkable readiness with which
there has not elapsed t a cei nuouswo, t -e n W
mouth that I have not ad somehin wome ve taken ata o edo-
to do, some business trainsatin with catI'S opportunitiesanZ6 t country
some railroad. As a p-as ger, I have i ,sofarI a know, un raileled in
traveled on railroads in most of the history of the sex. WMWhtni this
States of the Union, and havee pert- m-ats, asaB .u I think, the over-
ilenced and observed the sevP ivem by =i civi b or whether It
MmRo lthe sound moraiandintellectual
themI. As a passBenIr I have "i-e 2n---t ef the race is not pmr
6 o s o It race, is not pro
on every railroad in thi State exept '- w .ati t, though. r
eS to dussed at this Zie, tbotgh for
such as have been coistr i oursves we Mletandeid ynheirc-
the UK ear or two. I hm sz t onf the Itth view. A stdy. of
aed sa observed th se r repanl fe will probably eovnce
Ida reads. I ha nu~rmhadfie ra s yO 1- 4y
I a e b S Sav n w sya" t d a enod educating
S goarailrod ItS W S in "OIRl w ias notpv
out t- to three hundredat asesss. We can ardly go
dim 5 _81W ^frm s- oftay here than thy have gome In
1s0thlyLroom adhlusdied 21m oem Xn A. -1wosMWn't L

F. K. Jackson for
and A. G. Hartm
y for the fourth
M &1 ronA
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VOL. 4.

R"3Sd further that the following
candidates did not receive the
higher nnber of the vote east, and
a aseami primary being ossa, seoh
oandes are to e certied to th sev-
eral ty ittees as eandidateo

or forU te Seator.
-Albrt am4 John N. C.

7 VV 4.






State IEecutive Committee Net Last
Friday and Did WorL
From the full proceedings in the
Times-Union of May 30th, we take the
following :
Then came the following resolutions
setting forth the result of the compila-
tion of the returns that had been re-
cetved :
Resolved by the Florida State Demo-
Cratic Committee, That the following
asmed candidates received the majority
of the votes cast at the primary held on
the 19th day of May, 1908, and are here-
by declared to be the nominees of the
Democratic party in the State of Flor-
ida, and the executive officers of this
committee are hereby directed to make
certificates accordingly, that is to say :
H. P. Bailey, P. W. Butler, Robert
L. Davis, George C. Martin and Samuel
Pasco for Presidential Electors.
T. Albert Jennings for Member of
the National Democratic Committee.
H. Clay Crawford for Secretary of
Park M. Trammell for Attorney-
A. C. Croom for Comptroller.
W. V. Knott for Treasurer.
William M. Holloway for Superintend-
ent of Public Instruction.
B. E. McLin for Commissioner of Ag-
J. Word R. Foster for Adjutant-
X -.. n ose for State Chemist.
William A. Hocker and Thomas M.
Shackleford for Justices of the Supreme
C. L. Wilson for State Attorney from
the First Judicial Circuit.
George W. Walker for State Attor-
ney from the Second Judicial Circuit.
Cary A. Hardee for State Attorney
from the Third Judicial Circuit.
Jobhn C. Jones for State Attorney
from the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
Resoled further, That the following
named candidates for delegates to the
National Democratic Convention to be
held at pyer have received a major-
ityd votes cast at the primary
held o i 19th day of May, 1906, and
are declared to be delegates of
the D party of Florida to said
Conve that is to say:
Jam IB Alexander for delegate for
the N Il Democratic Convention
from t* State at large.
I. S8lIddens and A.J. Knight for
delo-' to the National Democratic
ll from the First CongressIonal
L. Mayes for delegate to the
N a Democratic Convention from
the Third Conressional District.
For delegates to the National Demo-
ratic Convention from the First Con-
gressional District, the total vote ot
each candidate was as follows: John
W. Burton, 8,075 V. A. Fulton 2.78M;
L 8. Giddns, 7.6584; A. J. Knight,
,557; J. D. Robertson, 8,888.
For delegates to the National Demo-
Convention from the Second Com-
a District, the total vote of
-l ndidate wa as follows: W.
led,5,5568; T. S. Davias, 65,687; Pat
M y, 8,92; Frank 0. Sebring.
Mv;tJa. H. Vick, 8,506.
For delegates to the National Demo-
ragic Convention from the Third Con-
gressional District, the total vote of
ch candidate was as follows. Charles
SAndrews, 2,066; A. C. Blount Jr.,
US; 8. C. Clark, 1570; John G. Col-
fdla988 ,I John T. G. Crawford, 8,81;
Fr L. Mayes, 4,855.
For state attorney for the first ju-
dicial ercuit, C. L. ilson, 5,967.
For attorney forth second ju-
dicial euit, R. H. .Buford, 846; Go.
W. WAr 2,264; Nat R. Walker 684.
For I attorney for third judicial
circuit Hardee.n, 400.
For truy for the fourth ju-
diclal 111iam A. Hallowes, Jr.,
2,888;A.-- a 2,667; d. B.
For .C attorney for seventh ju-
dicial drStt. John E. Jones, 4,521.


a* ^

JIu u L m.LL ,. Psbushe.

We are astonished and shocked that
ministers of the gosrel and other good
Christians are permitting themselves
to be used as political cat's-paws for
Mr. Stockton and his co-adjutors in the
shameful warfare now being waged
against General Gilchrist, whose neigh-
bors know him to be one of the most
high-toned, honorable, conscientious
gentlemen of Florida.
The press of the state is now filled
with editorials and paid advertisements,
in which the unblushing and outrageous
charge is made that, if Gilchrist iacho-
sen governor, he will be controlled by
the whiskey element and the corpora-
tions, and we notice that a number of
preachers and some Christian bodies
have been betrayed into believing this
calumny and are exerting their influ-
ence against Gilchrist and in favor of
Mr. Stockton.
Realizing the desperate nature of Mr.
Stockton's chances of winning In the
coming primary and being utterly
unable to find anything else tangible
to allege against Gilchrist, the ad-
vocates of the former have seized qpon
this slander as a drowning man clutch.
es to a straw and have induced manly
good people to believe that Gilchrist is
in league with the saloons and corpo-
rations and, if elected, will be a pliant
tool in their hands.
If the editor of the Herald believed
this charge, he, as a church member
and a consistent prohibitionist, would
not support General Gilchrist, but be
knows it to be false, as he iq.Use ac-
quainted with General Gilcbt and
knows that no man or set of S6e can
control or even influence him to st con-
trary to his convictions and his sharac-
ter as one of the high-toned and bhonor-
able gentlemen of Florida.
If the really patriotic and Chritian
people will only for a moment e-mider
this' charge, they will underatmd its
arrant injustice and properly set the
insidious attempt to make poliufl cat's
paws of them in the interest of Mr.
The calumny is based upeQ the al-
leged fact that the liquor a$ corpora-
tion people are supporting d sra Gil-
christ. We do not know id r this
is true or not, but, granting tht it is,
Mr. Stockton's adherents not as-
sert that these interests ha received
any promise from Mr. GilehdLt. The
reason for their course is foun In their
having the assurance that Gi t is a
fair man and will treat all st
with impartiality, oppressing n dib-
criminating against none, but
every one a "square deal;" where,
Mr. Stockton is a peace disturber, a
Sitter and rlentle partisan who, wft
hia chief abettors, has kept Jacksou
ille and Duval county in political t.
moil and dissension for many years.
As to General Gilchriat being c'
trolled by saloon and corporation u s-
ment4 because they favor his candl,
we who know him best know that I_
not so. Even Mr. Claude L'Engle,
as now doing Jl he can to circulate o
slander and rislead good people thal
may keep he State printing, said
his paper a few months back that "the
corporations do not want Gilebrist, be-
cause they know they cannot o
him," and he might truthfully byve
said the same thing about the mlMes
people. Mr. L'Engle also says to his
first paid advertisement on thianbject,
"Stockton as governor cannot put on
State Prohibition; that power l-solely
with the people, wo vote

yes or no by direct ballot." .;"
True; nor can Gilch us State
Prohibition. The gov has abso-
lutely nothing to do w te question.
Even the legislature t give us
State Prohibition, for A hl. XIX of
the CoMWtitution guarantes t ht peo-
ple of the various county es oR T to
say by their votes whether whiskey
may be sold in their counties rm not,
and the legislature cannot tale away
this right. This being so, and Hs gov-
wmoor having absolutely to do
with the question, it to
every man of weho i not
|daft" on 8tockton whikey
men have nothing tretament
to gi from the of Glchrist..
S Tboyandthe do not be-
Sthat they wi uct o treatment
S krn Mr. Stock O, and that is why

Te taheoemcracyof e Thimnl Coe.. IsT WANT FACT$ your campaign, to sve you ere you bees a hImn A nation
gresseal District ef the State Jacksonville, Fla., Jun', 1900. sWithth f
100 *Hon. John N. C. Stocktoo, Jackson. them, I do not believe that the demo- in for has wee SS
Notwithstanding the fact that I failed villa, Fla.. crats who estnblisbed white-1rpreaey b r beauty and
to win out in my race for congress, I Dear Sir: in this State and who wish to pe tu exquisite vocal talent w h
feel the large and flattering v ote iven s lik letter of th th h t t willak you thr te so for te pl
me by the good people of the district is of a is d to yoa.not as an forGovernor otthe. G nl ote pMor to
, a compliment and an honor of which hnvidaCer a loaTheNOW objeet of ths letter is, rcdy to leave o rayf oS
o any man should be proud. the wShl I. of Florida, who are You, to place some facts be. tin and his wife wIl oco
of'aving carried five out of the four. -S foS-.rS- the no-on as-.- thei for tms Re ully, "R-e s-o- -. ....
teen counties which comprise the third fortr Gov o CtArUs Douprlr Mr. and Mrs. John .el .
congressional district with four eandiC. A eotmty are rejoicing over arrival
dates in the race. I feel m i- A usual. when you want an ofice, Mr 1eter t their home of the seoond m mam .
honored when I refer to the fact have been poing as "The Grat M L *------
'twas in these counties where mrat, the Fearles Defender of Mr.Anaie Liod Bond eataine Tescher"' 30a=1 m See0el.
best known that I received the peles rights as snt te dightfull We odamy menorn in ,To be ecnidneted at TI.sMes
est indorsment, having rec [ rights of the people' etc. blotunately bl'of her departing -guest, Mrs. w op .on June 1ad.*. a
,et indoreement having recoilr thoseto whom you have been Clifford Poser. mscho-ol will opIR on June
toies. rt-n ..... ---Ing are the white democrats of -Flori.- Gueets were invited for teo tables of tinue for six wAeeks.
he good the city of Pen da. They know what their rights are brd whist, and all responded FAsave
cola earl eight hun- and are not looking for any "Defed four. The tables were placed an tie L. W. Bw hhol Dean of the Nor-J
dred i e eenties o Leon, Wa- er" at all, but fora democrat, ua thel parlor and on the cool, shaded vrand, Department of the FlorldaClg

-over .. .t.oun. a facts, not advice. Given the.actthey the thought t t it was Obab the -Wm. N. Shots Princi al L
pin u r an exr a sion conrue e will surely reach the right conclusion. last time they woulhave pleasure County High School, Latin, Civil Gov-
thr hout our district. I hope that no The purpose of this letter is to place their social gather pls ce at one o. Kniblo Principal Duval High
e elmy life shail ever cause one sin- before them the facts of which, up to After a number.ogame had been School, Botany, nl Physics.
Svoter to regret having g given me hi date, it ems some o f them ha ye not layed the guests were served with a Arthu r Wl l m, 1fossor of Hi
vote, had knowledge. In your "Platform' uncheon of delcious chicken salad with 0, Florida College for WOBM& Gaa.
With a heart filled with gratitude, I as You call t, by adroit us of the wordmaluneo sandwiches chicken biitt rHistory, S.and FlordaHGetory,
take this method of thanking you approved," some have evidently been and olive. The plates were garnmised Orthograhy.
throughout for this splendid indora mis T ac hte~~ The ac s, tat amenin wlth nasturtiums, which gave an added As B. Cltark Principal Quincy High
ment. I am glad that I can say that I the Constitution is a matter re$ting attraction to the appetizing appearance School, Engllsh Literature, Physical
bear ill-will towards no one, and with solely with the people and the Leg of the daint re-ent. ae of Georaph Potical
such a ifcnt vote as I received, islature. If a majority of three fifths e t P
auch a magnificnt vote as I received,ghly fall the members electiced teae, wwth lemon and prigs of mint Robert M. Ray, Prii lat City
although failing to win. I feel highly of al the m r el each were also served, and bon-bon dishes of High School, Rhetoric, lish Gram.
honored. J. V. C. GRIGGS. House of the Legislature favor a reeo- fresh, home-made candies graced each mar, Compoaition.
Apalachicola, Fla., May 29, 1908. lution proposing an amendment, no table. F.A. Hathaway, Principal Orlando
W.. T "recommendation by the Governor as Mrs. D. M. Lowry was the happy re- High School, Algebra, Geometry. Trig-
W. C. T.U. necessary; and the proposed amend- cipient of the head prize-an exquisite onometry.
The regular mo thly meeting ofthement as submitted to the people, for cent iece of Mexican drawn work. Miss Rowena Lonmire, Professor of
Woman's Christian Temperance Union o rit the Legislature is not Mrs. A. Meginniss came next high- E lih, Normal Department Florida
will be held at the Baptist Church at majority" resolution" ." n eat, and was rewarded with a lovely Comleg for Women, Methods.
four-thirty o'clock on Monday after- favor of a resolution proposing an scent bottle mounted with a delicate Drawing.-To be supplied later.
noon. Let there be a full attendance. amendment, the recommendation of silver tracery through which the green W. B.S. Crichlow, Harvard Univer-
All ladies are cordially invited to at- the Governor amounts to nothing. glass of the bottle gleamed like emer- sity, Arithmetic I & II, Pysiology,
tend. As a further matter of fact, the aids. The consolation prize was award- Reading.
^CONSUMTIi, VES MADE MFORT- Legislature does not act in accordance ed to Mrs. J. E. Yonge, who no longer John C. Calhoun Brofesaor of Mod-
, CONSUMPTIVES MADE COMFORT..--with a majority of recommendations of regretted her bad playing when she be- ern Les, Florida College for
ABLE. the Executive; and although, youspeak came the poseseor of a beautiful little WomenModern Languagea.
Foley's Honey and Tar has ured of your intention to "keep the Leg- cutlass vaa. Special Instruction in Sciences, Dr.
many cases of incipient consumption islature up to its duty to the people" Mrs. Foster, the popular honoree, has Jerome McNiel.
and even in the advanced stages at- etc., it is well that such is the case,
fords comfort and relief. Refuse any for the Governor is one man, and the
but the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar. Legislature represents all the people.
For sale by alL druggists Experience has shown too, the wisdom
""_--_.... -of the Fathers in so widely separating
Tes. ea General Priaciples. the legislative and executive depart-
Hon. W. B. Lamar who was third in ments of government in our country
the race for United States Senator in and in the States.
the first primary writes Hon. D. U. We all have to take the political
Fletcher wishing him success in the sea- reo .mmi of a candidate as to the fu-
ond primary, and saying he will vo te but are prone to judge him by his f ,
for him. Every supporter of Mr. performance in the past. What of
mar, as well as every supporter of John your own? In 1884, when white su-
Beard, should now rally to the standard premacy was first established in all
of Fletcher and elect him United States parts of this State, you did not support
Senator on June 16th.-Gainesville all the nominees of the democratic
Sun. Party and thereby contribute to the re-
ult. n w e y0 were elected\
Death ofe lsU ar aay e to the nature from your county '
After many weeks illness, Mi May0the only tame you were ever elected
Manning, of Manni a state offc) you was elected as an "
on Monday about noor, "indepe-Mi or "straightoat" by
wi the daughter of .-. the vote of the negroes. In sok
M. Manning. She w brwas oght to Tal- you ran against democrats nominated
lahassee several weeks ago and placed by a democratic county convention, and
in the Silver Cros Hospital under the defeated them with the votes of the
charge of Dr. F. Clifton Moor, but negroes. Your majority too, was ex-
care and skill proved of no avaiL The ceedingly small.
burial took place on Tuaday, in the fam- After all that, and now, you are ask-
ily cemetery at Mannington. ing white democrats to give you the
Miss Manning was a young women of highest office within their gift. I do
lovely Christian character, who will be not believe they will do so. I do not
sadly missed by her many relatives and believe you would have the temerity
friends. To all of these the True Dem- to ask it, except that you venture to
oerat extends a sincere sympathy. assume that they are not aware of the
-, f o acts cited above. No question of per
SComea Words and Prases." sonal character or of any personal na-
This will be the subject of the lecture ture whatsoever eaters ebre asnd now.
to be delivered by Rev. L N. Goodwin The only question Is the above
next Wednesday evening at "nTh made statement true? If it is not the
Grove," the sidquarters of theCon- truth, it is libelous and slanderous and
try Club. Common wor I invite you nt to t me n court
R and white otte pocket as th law directs ..
chief," will be commented on by the An effort has been made to make it / /
speaker, and will form material for an appear that your attitude upon th,
amusing lecture. Afterwards those "liquor question" was the cause of /
present will be given the opportunity your overwhelmimng defeat in your own
of discussion the subject county; but that is not true. You nel
There wil also be dancing and re- have carried Duval county except when
freshments, and an admission price of you did so by the aid of nero yotes.
50 cents will be asked. There was no "liquor qu.eion' four 4
---- years ago when you were defeated as a '
Any mother who has had experienu candidate for Senator. But there were
with this distressing ailment will be then, and there are now, very many /
pleased to know that a cure may be white democrats who know of and who /
effected by applying Chamberlain's remember your performances with
Salve as soon as the child is done nura- the negro vote, not only to control city
ing. Wipe it off with a sofe cloth be- affairs, but to elect yourself to the GEORGE GRAY OF DELAWARE.
fore allowing the babe to nure. Many Legislature against the nominees of a
trained nurses use this salve with best con oention ofdemocrats. In the list of presidential p lossiblittles the name of George Gray is beln .
results. For sale by Tallahassee Drug Since the fArst primary, you seem to widely discussed. His public record shows that be was graduated fem
Co. .have abandoned all the teaching of the Princetoo college In the class of 1860 and took a course In larvard Law eceool.

Mr. R. J. Eva, Jr returnedhome little "cate*bi" you eallU "Platform. after which he practiced law In Delaware. He was attorney general of Dea-
fMr. R. J. Evhootoans, Jr te aton with You now seem to ing to "Prohibit- ware 1879-85, United tate semntor from that state -, leader of the
sfrom anhoolto end mysee pure anMd W Ipl If I coDl I Democratic senators agatinast the force bill and against an escsively hig
friens last week. would prohibit t of protective tariff, member of the Canadian joint bigh commiaso 188 and of
t less ontenth of that um is Thatkd of the Spanish peace commission In the same year. chairman of the anthra
that less than one-tenth of that sum is tprohibtis owouldabe t d oftrike commission 1902-8. chairman of the Alabama coal strike m1-
sufficient to defeat any bill placed be- p biton wou be e etelve. 19M and has been sole arbitrator in several other labor disputes. He so ft
fore thetledflata rer; atany rat l a 866 to M14 t was a Itr- a member of the international court of arbitration appointed Ia eoeriaas
representative in the legislator fr le Sgait great odi white wt the peace conft-rence at The Hague and judge of the Unt tats.
Summer county openly charged l cra osut=e etiot lthis wsappeals for the third e/relt. ,,
......... ._ 0. .. .~ iM .. fair. tat memw is,

years ago ui ,thati t 'na ,w .v. ..
pass the Flagler divorce il, and the
county division committees at Talia~ e o meaore
see last year were told that they mou l eabilte i
get their bills passed for leM than do t b
$20,000. If these things are tree, the g
whiskey men would be simpleton to t of
spend $880,000 to elect a goveaW, e:- ad rWD
pecially, when under existing laws and
the prenmmt cootttitm, be emet e we have m
sibly be of any special servi to t them to abolish.
But in this ea it seeM to be 'amy- above
thing to beat Glliclet."L TeO aand puo- o
obh any sort of a tale or saM tr t dth a
may deceive good people nto wvotfat a1 ps
aga"t bim.
Will the people permit themtve tos
be dme*duved t-P g Uo m

. N. B.


W llSppeak


Monday ight. b J' the

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cco Qrowers!

(Office In Quincy Florida.)


Are the people to order your.Lumber,

Shingles and Laths from.

Let them: furnish

you estimateeon any kind of Material.
Yours for business, order now,
Gadsden Lumber Co,

.m m -

- Florida.


A> The "Washington"
Worsteds and Flannels.

Brand from $18.00 to $27.50.
Every suit guaranteed to give


action or money refunded.
The New Store.

Capital City Stables,

Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.

Phone No. 79.

P. 0O. Box 487.

All Accounts Rendered Weekly.


O-,cJ -

. 1? ** 2& &* *** &* ** S$ $$

Veterlnary Physician
and Surgso.
Dental Work a Specialty.

Phone 258.

50Ow a"at oyaw MO MNE
A. Re S., TWL
3eGkpai %y w OwDote n SosL nt am Woi.a
M"wehave in Gonsmwith m~y shoo

y T

-ti%-fction guarnted.
mrineM the

l, ", DyeaMd Prnslg. FstClas Workmen do this work. Your oM
M ttMe and mMey. FIrt-Cls Tailor Repairs and Make Cloths
O. lHatse Cstmiued aid Made New. No take.
No. 343 oa St.. T.pbo No. 275.
a lAI

A Cup of MW WhieEssmw sme Labe
meaMA javaa Cese
is Whatgamsufam to 69 eaet Of
every vans at brekass thme% mmdevap
sme kasws thoR ly godgesipsei.k@

Owe f ota.JUAates good thp awt

wo as*soft hke buets,4

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Harvesting Machinery 0 Hardware.

Eg 'Ies, B1oilers. !and Smoke






Let Diehl


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rnIemtS o *,* *V IT *e fasgo U ew .* .g *6 SetOILLIANT pAYTItRN
Successor to W. R. Wison.


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sea coucals. ftblbee.
s DisdpUhM.
Florida School Exponent: All educa-
to ree that the program of the
hoodepeosd on good order. By order
Smeant, in general that no o inter-
fese with the school work that is car-
ried on, by movements, noise, action
or spech. A ool where eachon is
aed in arryi forward
aft a plan e ded work, yet not
atnferiw with others, shows the -
tialsb o~good order. The aim of the
teacher muat be to cultivate habits of
self-goerniment, not merely to keep a
smtil chooL. I believe thattl
between teacher and pupil
ways exist and that we hold always
show great interest in pupils' work in-
ride and outside, of school. I also be-
lieve that we must mix iron with our
love and firmness if we do not want
our pupils to be weak and childish.
No emotion is played upon to produce
instant results, especially upon young
pupils, then the emotion of fear. The
child who obeys through fear or the
fear of punishment, never rises to the
higher ground of perfect development-
obedience through love. We should re-
member that "the fear of the Lord is
the beginning of wisdom"-only the be-
ginning of wisdom. As we grow 'per-
feet love casteth out fear.' I bete ve
in allowing pupils quite a good deal of
freedom, such as leaving the room, get-
ting a book needed. etc, without per-
mission. These privileges thay may
enjoy so long as they interfere mot with
the rights and freedom of others.
I think the teacher is often to blame
for much of the disobedience in school
simply because of the way he reqMmts
or commands things to be done-a polte
request insures a work done well, while
a gruff command usually entails poor,
careless results or no results at all
Life is not smooth and easy and it is
wrong for the teacher to make it so for
the ppil while be i in school. Let
teach the pupils that the more they are
educated the more they will get out of
life, because they have put more into
it. It is more important that youths
should learn honor, purity and aanli-
neos than that they should bM ex-
pert readers, grammarian the
Some one has said "conduct b three-
fourths of life," and since coa t t is
fashioned by self-control, the oMef end
of discipline is self-control. DbInpline
is not only a condition for se-smful
abhool work, but it is one of te most
vital elements in the end sought for--
"Tie twi i so easily banded.
I have banished the rule and the rod
I have taught them the gobes of0
They have taught me the goddess of
My eart is a dungeon of daikmes
W=a I shut them from %o-king the
rule; ,
Myfwn i sufficient ;
y love is the law of th ol."
TrVWthfl and PetOSU.

.w ,fToewe reahed the in
Sidapolites? is it posib
*time f 'eod ombition is to
alOM Into their own? u
We haven't seen the figures and
therefore, prove it, but we dobeue
te H Wiliam S.erman
hIs been elected to stay at home
that the Hoa. T. Albert Jeoninsa
serve as tional eommitteean fl
the State of Florida. And this be
trie we can only my we are n
Tom Appleyard, it seems, didn't.i
out in his race for comptroller, bake
has the consolation of knowing pat
many of his brother editors in var9
parts of the State also failed to r
the goal of their several ambt-
through the will of the people epre
at the polls. In some parts of Florid
editors are appreciated, but inmo
irts it s wis for the aforesaid editor
keep out of the political race
slve and mput in their time a ta
whooin up for thepolit
usually et there through the ed~r's
His most rapid opponentmu n-
cede that in the cam aign just
Flether conducted himself and ean-
not de d into the of r per-
smat politics did some of. ppo-
ra e pw before him clean
tarentlemam faithful to and
1s a-ert senrvie to wfr dty frLao
w h ha Ba never ed re-
ward entitled him to the
atot eev Iyal Dembocrat Fletch-
S erI theSenateof the Uni States
Florida will be rre senMted tly
mld m afev.
Weather think the friends of Laar
mod Beard tofu the Sthe it
B B asd tot o whe
Sr s erdo the s. -et
l rathe thinkaTt

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For the Next Ten Days.

1-4 OFF
Regul a







like cut,

IL m $5.00.

1-3 Off from
Regular Price on
All Straw Hats.

ULike Cut, 98 cts.

1-3 Off from regular price
On Stiff Hats.

All Color Styles.8
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On All Pants,
Latest Styles

in Checks
and Stripes.

Like Cut
98 cents.

1-2 OFF from regular price
On All Odd Coats.


Big Cut on Men's
Oxford and Low
Quarter Shoes.

Iulrof St4 l d Iw Prki.


y is a Begain Day With U

Since the hard times we have marked every thing
to suit the occasion. We do not claim to sell goods be-
Slow COST, it is not ne as we have such splendid 4
values in GRANITE W CHINA of h4
GLASS WARE that is equal in looks to CUTo
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
f Imention.
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat for VAL-
UES. On these counters we have assembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save


Don't Holler

If You're Hit.

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
'Wter and Lig lit



"'old eure"
We have a preparation
under the name o f
Holmes 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 guarantee Satis-
faction on every thing
we sell.

Holmes Dra eo.0,
Tallaehassee, F,*.

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Go to Sb-esstabsOsles and aee
twe uros m W a" bi ue
the the
It Wt a misltae t o v aw tose
sffer from .mmlI as tbe pgt*
ame always nbe df9 ain 4 Ut
berlaa's lniL 'SeiS al-.
pa.,'Whh it am ft ime
many Uames Its noL It Ma rI
4to rest hmaala M I'set u
"s M o sambat asd a llfe n w et
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Every Grade, Style and Quality


Shoes from 50c to Seven Dollars per. pair.
For the finest display of Shoes in the City see



Park Avenue and Monroe St


Are arriving in daily bought

at the

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

Dressers from $5.00 p.
Beds from $3.00 up.
Qhars from 5Octs up.

And other goods in proportion. If

it's furniture you

you to get-ny prices

want it wil pay

before buying.

J.B. TTHIEUS, Propr.

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(Office la Quincy Florl4a.)


Are the people to order yourLuinber,

- hingles and Laths from.

Let them furnish

you etimsdteaon any kind of

.' Building Material.
Yours for business, order now,
Oadsden Lumber Co,

a a -

The "Washington" Brand from
Worsteds and Flannels. Every suit
aPaction or money refunded.

$18.00 to $27.50.
guaranteed to give



The New Store.

Capital City Stables,
* HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.

Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.

Phone No. 79.

P. O. Box 487.

All Accounts Rendered Weekly.


Spe o yo AVD! y

A R. 8'. TWINE
SIepiffymr Boots and Shoe. F st Cm Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
and Preasing. Pirst-Cai Workmen do this work. Your old
or little mose. Frast-Clss Tailor Repair and Makes Clothes
S Old Pnama ba Clasmed and Made New. No take.
O. 342 E SotO St.. T pbo No. 275.

7'i5~' ~,

Harvesting Machinery 0 Hardware.

[g n'es, Boilers. !and

moke Stacks,

Tanks, bjeclos,
Saw MME Macihacr
Shmfth g.NOYSP

A Cup of Whl ose ma Roe Label
Ne a aWd Jave CIae
is what goes straight to the heart of
every ma at breakfast tlU n every
one know that mly good po keep
Good eof*. We take specal prke ia
*o bradi, as they bave .MJ onr
stom fam. Jt as good as the .
Sfee, sn._Wl. tap. wMs sabs .1
bs- tow---- e -we, ".
We se l athbt the bst St d
- s J. W.:CO a~ Aem.
w. W.*au, ae,..e

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CIVIL Mkimzi
Ex.Coun ureyor.


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N.Coeims bahbbw.

Ma IselpUme.
Florida School Exponent: All eduea-
tos agree that the progress of the
scooJ dpen on go order. By order
S =meant, general, that B oone inter-
ferea with the ehool work that e car-
rid oo, by movements, noi, aetkio
or speech. A ehool where each one is
cbeeiuRy eaved in arryi forward
after pa -th needed work, yet not
twori with othrs. hows th -
sentiabof good order. The aim of the
teacher must be to cultivate habits of
self-giovernment, not merely to keep a
still ehooL I beeve that sympathy
between teacher and pupl so al-
ways exist and that we should always
show great interest in pupil' work in.
ride aind outside of school. I also be-
lieve that we must mix iron with our
love and frmness if we do not want
our pupils to be weak and childish.
No emotion is played upon to produce
instant results, especially upon young
pupils, then the emotion of fear. The
child who obeys through fear or the
fear of punishment, never rises to the
higher ground of perfect development-
obedience through love. We should re-
member that "the fear of the Lord is
the beginning of wisdom"--only the be-
ginning of wisdom. As we grow "per-
fect love casteth out fear. I believe
in allowing pupils quite a good deal of
freedom, such as leaving the room, get-
ting a book needed etc., without per-
mission. These privileges they may
enjoy so long as they interfere not with
the rights and freedom of others.
I think the teacher is often to blame
for much of the disobedience la school
simply because of the way he requests
or commands things to be done-a polite
request insures a work done wel, while
a gruff command usually entails poor,
careless results or no results at mIL
Life is not smooth and easy and it is
wrong for the teacher to make it so for
the pupil while he is in school. Let us
teach the pupils that the more they an
educated the more they will get out of
life, because they have put more into
it. It is more important that youths
should learn honor, purity and manHi-
mnes than that they should become ex-
prt readers, grammarians and the
Some one has said "conduct is three-
fourths of life," and since c-ea t is
fashioned by self-control, thve. end
of discipline is self-control.. eip ine
is not only a condition for weeseaful
school work, but it is one of the most
vital elements in the end sought for-
Dickinson says:
"The twig is so easily bended,
I have banished the rule and the rod;
I have taught them the goodnss of
They have taught me the goodness of
My heart is a dungeon of dasekams
When I shut them from brUking the
My frown is sufficient correetioa;
My love is the law of the Sehool."
Tretheli aa &add.
The following truthful *mi pointed
Mragrphs, we take from te Madison
Have we reached the tullf point in
Forid poUtics? Is it poe that the
threee fr=Pds" combination about to
be broken and that the poopbvll come I
again into their own?
We haven't seen the uan't
therefore, prove it, but we db lideve
the Hon. William Sherman Jgs
as been elected to stay at hom and ]
that the Hon. T. Albert Jennings will
serve a national committeeman hm
the State of Florida. And this .
true we can only say we are since
Tom Appleyard, it seems, didn't s1
eat in his race for comptroller, bu -e
has the consolation of knowing
many of his brother editors in var.
arts of the State also failed to reach
the goal of their several ambnJhms
through the will of thepeople exp
at the polls. In some parts of JUa
editors are appreciated, but in t
parts it is wise for the aforesaid
to keep out of the political race t
elves and pt in their time and ta
whooping it up for the politicians who
umally get there through the editor's
His most rapid opponent must eon-
cede that in the camp just d
Fletcher conducted hmlfand imea-
vass on the highest plane. That e did

not descend into the grime of dy per-
onal politiUcs as did some of M opWp
nents will tend to his advanta n the
race now before him. He a clean
Ietisman, faithful to every t, and
eminent srvie to the pMi e frm
which be has never befq ak-d re-
ward entitled him to tha
or in the Senato of States
and safety.
Weather think the f of Lamar
ad Beard thr hout t S Will
not soon f -GOT
BrOward to az gtlemen in .the
weeks preceding e t iary.
And we rather think al the
aforei friends of the entlmn will
fel more like giving their vtns and
ort n the second to the
ndidate who during em s
days of the first forgot
the fact that he sad
-M lie mwi wholE-
ale abuse of his F0tcher
wll be the next ire. Florid.


for the Next Ten Days.

1-4 OFF

On All





like cut,

k ) ld $5.00.

1-3 Off from
Regular Price on

All Straw


rLike Cut, 98 cts.

1-2 OFF from regular price
On All Odd Coats.


Big Cut on Men's
Oxford and Low
Quarter Shoes.

oiN&r of Styles md Ltw Po 0.


a Barsam Day With

= the hard times we have marked every thing
to fte_ occasion. We do not claim to sell goods be-
low COST, it is not necessary, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high ade
GT.ASS WARE that is equal in looks to CUT t.ASS
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
P: mention.
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat for VAL-
UES. On these counters we have assembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save


Don't Holler

If You're Hit.

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





"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
Water and Light


House that wants
your Business















Grade, Style and Quality





Park Avenue and Monroe St.

Shoes from 50c to Seven-Dollars per. pair.
For the finest display of Shoes in the City see


NEW 600D5.

Are arriving in daily bought at the

right prices and will

be sold at a

very smallprofit. .

Dressers from $5.00 up.

Beds from $3.00 up.
Chairs from 50ts up.

And other goods in proportion.
it's furniture you want it will


you to get my prices before buying.


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ugLgi U s~aad e9aal emavass of the vote of the
State In the frst Democratic primary
e q .sI who wa May 1oth. was compliEed yesterday by
ft to the metro- the State Democratic Executive Comn-
da visit to temittee, with results as follows:
the evea a was very warm Joh n U B TArd .T.. 4
S Jwsd sest her cha rm N. B. Broward................19,038
l aon, and ge" of various Duncan U. Fletcher ........... 17,201
M polay.C oRtreshmnts Con-s W. B. Lamar................. 12.o78
t e" cram and cake were Broward's plurality........... 1830
GoVmoa o PrFLOaiDA.
g the Itn We uiad from Jefferson B. Browne........... 8,286
Messrs. Grambling and Albert W. Gilchrist........... 23,248
r oyds and Mr. N. C. Stockton............. 20,068
SLloyd, d ilchrist's plurality.r .est. .3,180
in- a A w Tm n l-- ,d Tall& ,I .Gilchrist's plurality ............ 3,180

am r. mpelvW, &vi5U
JB YWoo4bery returned home
afternoon from Tallahassee,
was one of the post-graduates
m-an's Pemale College, hav-;
Mvd her M. A. degree.
P. Alyce Patterson and brother,
'6Dym, returned hbme for the holidays
sanV night from Southern College.
are loud in their praise of their
Mr.-and Mrs. Joshua Patterson and
*bughter, Fralsier, returned to their
'"iomin Jacksonville Saturday aft*r-
* 6ooa after a short visit to their rela-
tives here.
Mr. Wm. Carmine and his mother
spent the day yesterday with Center-
vlle relatives. Mr. Carmine intended
leaving this morning for his old home
In Tampa and we presume he did.
Mr. Drawty and Mr. John Gramling,
of Lloyds, were In Chalres again Sun-
*day. Mr. D. to see his brother, pre-
stmably, and Mr. Gramling to see--
well, we were taught not to tell all we!
Mrs. McMeekln, a trained nurse of
Jacksonville, who had been over to
Quincy to nurse some one, stopped
over Sunday afternoon to see her sister,
Mrs. 0. W. Patterson. She returned
home Monday morning owing to an
urgent call.
Rev. J. E. Mickler returned from
Madison yesterday, where he went to
hold quarterly meeting Saturday and
Sunday for the Presiding Elder. Mrs.
Mickler will return today from her
Capital City visit.
It was a typographical error and not
ours that said last week that Mrs. Pat-
terson (instead of Mr.) had returned
home, but Mrs. doesn't sound strange
at all to our ear.
One application of Man Zan Pile
Remedy, for all forms of piles relIeves
pain, soothes, reduces Inflammation.
soreness and Itching. Price 50c. Guar-
anteed to give satisfaction. Cobb'
Drug Store. (3 to Aug.)

VOTE roR ELZcrost.
Bailey ........................ 20,273
Butler ................. 18,532
Davis ........... .... .25,631
Lappington .................... .14,819
Martin ....................... 20,756
pa co ........... ....... 21,682
Strozier . . .12,251
W H. Ellis. ................17,396
Park Trammell ................ 22,897
A. C. Croom ................... 24,983
T. J. Appleyard ......... .... 11.676
J. W Knight ................. 6,887
Royal C. Dunn ................ 15,183
E. W Irvine.................. 6,443
W K. Jackson ................ 10,411
Julius Salomon .............. 9,536
Only four of the ten delegates to the
national convention were declared
elected. These are Alexander, Giddens,
Knight and Mayes. In the second pri-
mary will be Bowden, Brown, ClewlE,
Easton, Mann, Shackelford, Bond,
Murphy, Sebring, Blount and Craw-
Tired mothers, worn out by the pee-
vish, cross baby. have found Casasweet
a boon and a blessing. Cascasweet is
for babies and children and is espe-
cially good for the ills so common in
hot weather. Look for the ingredients
printed on the bottle. Contains no
harmful drugs. Sold by all druggists.*
Stomach troubles are very common in
the summer time and you should not
only be very careful about what you
eat Just now, but more than this, you
should be careful not to allow your
stomach to become disordered, and
when the stomach goes wrong take
Kodol. This Is the best known prepa-
ration that is offered to the people to-
day for dyspepsia or Indigestion or any
stomach trouble. Kodol digests all
foods. It is pleasant to take. It is
told here by all druggists. *
For headache Dr. Miles' AntiU-PaIn Pills

A' A Ce-dea kof .
This is no time for wepng and wail-
ing. We lost our candidate for the
Senate. As long as W. B. Lamar was
m the race we were for him. We are
genuinely sorry he was defeated in the
first primary. Had he succeeded in
getting into. the second primary we
would still have been for him to the ex-
tent of our loyal support. But he
failed. It is up to us to select another
man to whom we can give support, and
we have no hesitancy in pledging our
best efforts to the election of Duncan
U. Fletcher as Senator from Florida.
We know the man-profesionally, offi-
cially and as a citizen. We have known
him for many years. We knew him
when he was the champion and ready
friend of those who are loudest now in
their condemnation of him, and in all
ouer relations with him we have found
him to be a man of the h'ghet ideals,
clean morally, professional and politi-
cally. Our best effort will be put forth
in aid of Fletcher's candidacy for the
Senate.--Madison New Enterprise.

No teetiot machine or ring. romght him out.
He ame on, as a eandldatelosaad single hand-
ed. He will be glad to receive the support of the
coAv&tioaj of the anti eCowp..toi, the prohi-
bitioistsand the anti-probibltlonista, of the local
C tionista. the Christians and the Jews, and of the
tile., the "Publican and sinners." He would
evn accept the support of the Pharlmees.
The corporations cannot do without the people.
and the people cannot do without UO eorporrtions.
Neither should be allowed to oppre s the other.
Capital isor-nised. labor should be orranized.
* The leemu tax law licensing each little enter-
prise should be amended in order that taxation
should bear more evenly.
Article XIX of the Constitution provIdea for Lo-
cal Option. The qualified electors [not the Gov-
ernor] approve or veto constitutional amendments.
He is not on the "recently constructed band
He commenced life working in Quincy. Florida,
at a salary of 816.00 per month, and boarded him-
*elf. He has himself been a hard working, strug-
gling man. and he knows what It means in others.
He has never married, he has always had obliga-
tions. His life has been spent more in thoughtful
consideration of other people than of himself. He
feels sure he will be elected if he gets enough
rotea." He doe not propose to trade off a single
ofeee. There la honor in bein Governor. If it is
tainted with dishonor. he does not want the oflpe.

Jesse P. Morris, of Skippers, Va..
had a close call In the spring of 190M).
He says: "An attack of pneumonia left
me so weak and with such a fearful
cough that my friends declared con-
sumption had me, and death was on
my heels. Then I was persuaded to
try Dr. King's New Discovery. It
helped me immediately, and after
taking two and a half bottles I was a
well mian again. I found outr that New
Discovery is the best r< medy for
coughs and lung disease in all the
world." Sold under guarantee at all
druggists. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bot-
tle free.

In the Second Primary,
June i6, 1908.
For Delegates to the National Demo-
cratic Convention from the State at
Vote for three.

J. N. Combs for Vice*Prneideat MAX M. BROWN,
In its last issue the Apalachlcola T A. C. CLEWIS O
Times says : R. H. SHACKLEFRD
nThe Times is in receipt of Western Delerates to the National Democratic
newspaper that speaks highly of theThird Con-
probable nomination by the Chicago Conventionalfrom the Third Con-
Convention of this ticket: For Presi- gressiona District
dent Wm. H. Taft, of Ohio; for Vice- Vote for one.
r ent, James N. Coombs, of Flor- X A. C. BLOUNT, Jr.
Ida. Many of the Repblican newspa-
pes concede that thi would prove a A VITAL POINT.
trong ticket, and that the uo'nlwlon
of r. Coombet for Vire-President The most delicate part of a baby
would be a compliment to the South, is its bowels. Every ailment that It
all of which is latifynto the many suffers with attacks the bowels also
frmnd of Mr. Coomb.L endangering in most cases the life of
r 1 the infant. McGee's Baby Elixir
,111113M cdres diarrhoes, dysentary and all
derangement of the stomach or bow-
f~tr hUiMeu -o mo. ire p*ese els. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. *

The Bryan Candidate,

(X) John T.

G. Crawford,

District Delegate to -the

National Democratic

He is a consistent young
Democrat who believes
that principle and not poli-
cy should dictate the Presi-
dential Nomination of his
He led his present op-
ponent nearly 700 votes in
the first primary. If the
Bryan Democrats of the
Third District want an-
other Bryan Vote in the
Florida Delegation, they
should see to it that JOHN
T. G. CRAWFORD'S majori-
ty in the second primary
is made secure. A vote
For CRAWFORD means a
Vote for Bryan. A vote
for his opponent means a
vote against Bryan.

No humDug claims Thave to be made
for Foley's Honey and Tar, the well
known remedy for coughs, colds, and
lung troubles. The fact that more bot-
tles of Foley's Honey and Tar are used
that any other cough remedy is the
best testimonial of its great merit.
Why then misk taking some unknown
preparation when Folfy's Honey and
Tar costs you no more and is safe and
sure. For sale by all druggists. *
Lawa Party for the Benefit of the
U. D. C.
The Anna Jackson Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
have a lawn party on Thursday after-
noon, Jane 11th, at 5 o'clock, at the
re eo Mrs. Charles Ausley, on
Mooro street. Ice cream, candies and
cake will be sold. The Anna Jackson
Chapter has pledged itself to send fifty
dollars in aid of tfe Olustee Memorial
Fund, and it is hoped that there will be
a large attendance.
Attention Veterans!



These Unusually Attractive Offerings

Of Seasonable Merchandise On Next Monday.

There's a Reason.

Embroidered Waist Fronts, in dainty designs,
such as always cost $1.50 to $2.00........------.. $1.19
Embroidered Waist Fronts, actually worth 75c
at---------------------......................------ ------.............
Corset Cover Patterns, in beautiful designs, that
are rally worth $.00 at....................-------------$1.19
1000yards Colored Lawas, worth 12 1-2, 15 and 20c.
Choice next Monday------------------..........................
White Lawn Shirt Wais s, worth $2 to $2.25,
trimmed in Val Laea and Embroidey; all open
in the baeK. Choice next Monday...... $L69
Lingerie Waists in 2 styles. One trimmed in Val
Laeo, the other in dainty Embroidery. Either
of these garments an worth $.00 easily, but
onanext monday ngt your choice at ...... $1
Don't min si tm.
Laedi' White Linnen Skirts, always sold at $1.50,
but on next Monday you get them at......... 96c

Cotton Voiles, in Cream, White, Navy, Pink,
Light Blue and Brown, such as costs you 25c.
On next monday you get them at the money-
saving pnee of..--...--........-............... -----------------16c
Embroidery, Swiss Flouncing, 27 mn. wide, and
costs you 66 to 75c anywhere. They come in
about 5 yard pieces and we don't cut them.
Next Monday, per yd.........................-----------------9
White Limn, 86 in. wide, and worth 50c per yard,
but on next Monday, we will cut you what you
want at-...................................... -
Special values in fancy White goods, that space
won't allow us to name.
40 in. Whte Lawn at..............8, 12 1-2, 19 and 22c

Terms Cash.

Duval Brothers.

The Store With a Record.

1000 yards Val
Lace, Edge and In-
sertiom, never
worth hab than
7c per yd d up
to 10c. N.on-
day we an ing
to give it to you
by the dozen yda.
only at per dozen,





5c per yd


White Lawn

Shirt Waists

worth $1.50.

Next Monday


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JOnH G. COLULtS. r tu4Ahr.
r unu M Is < t- v V i n !;1' \, yi \,

Gilchrist for Governor.
There is every reason why the goo(
citizen of Florida should desire thq
election of Albert W. Gilchrist as thi
next Governor of Florida. These rea
sons were pointed out by the news
papers supporting Gilchrist in the firs
primary campaign and were uttered
from the platform wherever a Gilchrlst
meeting was held.
The people who came in contact with
the man, who had the opportunity to
study him at close range, to hear him
speak, and particularly those people
who had the further opportunity of
comparing him with his chief opponent,
did not fail to gain a correct under-
standing of the situation; and the re-
suit was that, although comparatively
new to politics and without an organ!-
gation to speak of Gen. Gilchrist ran
far ahead of John Stockton in the first
primary. He carried twenty-four
counties In the first race, the counties
where he was best known or where
he had spent most of his time being the
ones which gave him the largest major-
ities. In his home county he received
an overwhelming majority, in strik-
ing contrast to Stockton, who loet his
own county and his own precinct.
Now that Gen. Gilchrist is before the
people for a confirmation of the pre-
liminary judgment expressed May 19,
opposed by John Stockton alone, it be-
comes the duty of the good Democrats
of Florida to give that confirmation in
no uncertain figures.
The issue is clearly drawn between
the machine type of politicM, with all
its attendant Isms. as represented by
Stockton, and the sober, sensible, hon-
est and independent Democracy typified
in Albert Gilchrist.

It is significant that, in no instance
since he btgan his campaign for Gov-
ernor, has Gen. Gilchrist committed a
political blunder; his utterances have
all been thoroughly consistent.
This is because the man himself is
consistent and, in his candidacy, ap-
pears in his own personality and char-
acter, without that sham. deceit and
hypocrisy which so often make seek-
ers for public office saem other than
they really are.
Gilchrist is Gilchrist thremghout-he
wears no mask-he conceals no collar
or political subserviency beneath the

outward garb of his claims to prefer-
If he is elected Governor, Florida
will have a MAN in the Governor's
chair-a can capable of doing the State
credit and of rendering good and hon-
est service, with equal opportunities
to all and special privileges to none.
On the other hand, the people of Flor-
ida have but to acan the political career
of John Stockton to find the conspicu-
ous flaws which exist in its bespattered
He has always been a politician, a
politician of narrow and biased views,
a man of bitter antipathies and dis-
ordered vision, one who an see nothing
good in anything that dos not contrib-
ute to his personal advancement, one
who is for Stockton first and the other
people afterwards, who Idea of serv-
Ing the people is what &3 can get out
of it and not what they 4mserve or de-
al re.
John Stoclton no the Gowrnor's
chair would be worse than *award, be-
cause Droward has, in somn eses, con-
sidered the welfare of the Ste, while
Stockton would make the oflo a mere
convenience, a medium through which
to benefit the personal ambitloa and
fortunes of John Stockton and John
5tockton's particular friends.
In this connection, It is intereting
to note, in the newspaper accoutas of
such public meetings as have been
held since the first primary, that Mr.
Stockton has been conspicuously ab-
sent, represented by some proxy; and
this gives color to the story that, prof-
iting by the experience of the eapalgn
preceding the first primary, 1 watch
Mr. Stockton lost nearly every where
that he personally appeared, his man-
agers will, this time keep him away
from the people as much as possible.
This is a very peculiar, mot to say
cowardly, form of political expediency
and prompts the thought than a man
who cannot be trusted to appear be-
fore the people for fear that he will in-
jure his own cause, would be indeed an
unfit and dangerous man to place in
h*e office of Chief lExecutive of h
On the other hand, Gen Gllchrist
will appear before the people just as
often as the time intervening before the
second primary will permit.
His friends and supporters have
nothing to fear from a lsr personal
Inspection of their clda te.
The people of Flo1 will know Al-
bert W. GIlchriRst r on June 16
than they knew hW May 19-and,
knowing him bette will give him a
much larger vote.
While every Indication points unmis-
takably to his nomination, there should
be no waning of enthusasm in hi'
cause, no cessation of that hard and
earnest work which counts for so
much In politics.
G1hhrist organizations should at
once be perfected in all coutles where
they no not already exis
In this county, suc erganlzatioi
would do much tow Uty IncreMs
Jng the majority Gilch:I't
received May 19. some faith-
ful and efficient M here, but
many more cou il19Jsted artlvely In
b1ic behalf und B despite and a well-
direrted organtlon.-Tampa Es en-
Ir.g New..



An scelant Lady Gems to Reel.
Mrs. Sarah B. Lamar has gone to her
last home. After an illness of several
weeks she passed away in the early
morning hours of Saturday, surrounded
by her family and attended by loving
Mrs. Lamar was a'daughter of the
late Gen. William Bailey, of Jefferson
county, the wife of the late beloved
Confederate leader, Colonel Thompson
B. Lamar, and the mother of Florida's
Representative in Congress, Hon. Wil-
liam B. Lamar. She was born in Jef-
ferson county and educated first at
Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Ga.,
finishing at a select school in New York
City. Her lovely, consistent character
shone out like a steadfast star, and the
gracious dignity of her bearing was AJ
admiration of her friends. Purity tad
true womanliness breathed a beaIdle-
tion upon all with whom she dome in
After her early widowhood Mrs. La-
mar lived for awhile in Athens, Ga.,
then in Monticello, Fla., but of late
years in Tallabassewith her daughter,
Mrs. r.Wd Lamar Walker. It was

T..-U. Persmal seies, t
Hon. A. C. Croom, of Tal
State Comptroller, is included
prominent Florida officials in the1:s
stopping at the Duval.
Mr. George Ames will go .
hassee Tuesday. He is noy nfest
of his relatives, Mr. an f It C.
Groover, en route from University
of Florida at GainesviUe. Mr. Ames s
a bright young fellow aad is quite an
acquisition to the gayties of the young
society set. He will accompany Mrs.
Groover and Master Allen Groover to
West Florida on Tuesday.
GenqjIl Albert Gilchrist, of Punta
Gorda, who received the 'largest vote
ever mt in a primary by the voters in
Fla for Governor, is again at the
Alton, after a short trip to points
down the State in the interest of his
candidacy. General Gilchrist says he in
being assured from every quarter of
the State that he will win for Governor
by a safe nargivr. However, he is
leaving no stone unturned and has his
torces hard at work.
nDatik at MIs.. *.nafa.I

ww-.- Was-aWW .'weiggu-w.

her' d, but ea on Sunday At the home of her parents at Blox-
moal her body was carried to Monti- ham, Leon county, on the 26th day of
cel, ad laid to rest with many of her May, 1908, the soul of Miss Carrie
loved ones who had gone on before. Stoutamire, daughter of J. D. and Lou
Following the hearse, which slowly Stoutamire, left her mortal body and
bore its honored burden to the station, was taken to live "forever with the
marched a remnant of old Confederate Lord." Carrie had been in declining
soldiers. They bore the flag of the health for some time previous to her
Thompson B. Lamar Camp, U. C. V. death, but it came suddenly at last.
No. 161, thus paying their last and During the few days previous to her
highest tribute of respect to the widow death it was evident that as the mate-
of their old commander. rial body was weakening, the spiritual
The funeral services took place in grew strong, and at the time the grim
Monticello on Sunday afternoon, terror summoned her she met it with
that fortitude that a christian alone can
Florida sustains an irreparable loss in exhibit, and relying upon her Savior
the death of Mrs. Sarah B Lamar, she entered the rest that is prepared
widow of the late Colonel Thompson B. for the people of God.
Lamar, at Tallahassee on May 30, 1908 To know Carrie was to love her, and
Mrs. Lamar's lovely character and her her many friends manifested this love
gentle Christian life, her noble womanly by their attendance to her last requests.
qualities of head and heart, her sincer- Carrie was a dutiful and affectionate
ity and constancy in her friendships, daughter, and the loss to her parents is
her wisdom and kindness in her rela- asad one. Their many friends extend to
tions with others, her patience and them their sympathy and condolence in
sympathy in sorrow, her interest and their bereavement, and hope that they
pleasure in the happiness of others and are comforted by the knowledge that
her charming grace of manner endeared she now occupies a place in a higher
her to the hearts of all our people. sphere of life. Bereaved and sorrow-
General William Bailey, one of Florida's ing parents, Carrie now one among the
noblest citizens, was the father of Mrs. sits of the just made perfect, there
Lamar. he awaits your coming, there she is
Her gallant and distinguished hus- waiting for the time when you will be
band, Colonel Thompson B. Lamar, who reunited with her. where parting never
gave his life to his State in the great takes place. Where, after this fleeting
civil war, was a member of one of the life is over, you and her and all your
foremost families of the South, re- loved ones will live throughout the ages,
owned for patriotic, civil and military Where the wicked cease from troub-
services to the country. Colonel La- ling and the weary are at rest."
mar was a leading member of the Flor- To The Voters 'of Fl da.
ida Secession Convention of 1861, and of
consecrated his life to the cause es- To the Voters of Florida: Gov-
poused by the people of his State. ern Camp Thompson B. Lamar of Confed- statement regarding my candidacy,
rate Veterans, at Tallahassee, was and given some expressions which
named for this beloved soldier and pa- would seem to require a statement on
trint. my part, 1 would say.
The sons and daughters of Colonel "The complete returns are not yet
and Mrs. Thompson B. Lamar are in. Sufficient have been received to
among the most highly esteemed citi- show that no candidate for United
zens of the State. The eldest son, Hon. States Senator received a majority
William Bailey Lamar, was for many of the votes cast.
years Attorney-General for Florida, "The two highest are Governor
and is now a member of Congress from Broward and myself, and the differ-
Florida, who takes high rank among ence between the number of votes re-
the most eminent statesmen of the ceived by us, respectively, will proba-
country. bly amount to less than 1,500 when
The world is made better by such correct returns are in, and that dif-
pure and noble Christian lives as that ference may be in his favor. A can-
of Mrs. Sarah B. Lamar. spent in do- didate must receive a majority, not
ing good for others. With the lofty a mere plurality, to be declared the
example of this beautiful life, emula- nominee. Nothing approaching a ma-
tion is both a privilege and an inspira- jority has been received in this race
tion.-Times-Union. by any candidate.
Dvid G4arric. "I propose to continue the contest

This laughable comedy was played
Friday night by local talent, aided and
coached by Mr. and Mrs. Edouard
D'Oize, who have become such favor-
ites with the Tallahassee public.
As David Garrick, Mr. D'Oize shone,
as usual, the "bright, particular star."
This versatile actor seems to fit every
part, whether of tragedy or comedy,
and his coming always insures a full
Of the amateurs, the principal parts
were played by Mrs. Ch. Cay, Mr.
Walter McGriff and Mr. Laurence A.
Perkins, Jr. The audience was pre-
pared for the excellent acting of the
two former, for their talent was well
known, but the way in which Mr. Per-
kins handled his difficult part was really
wonderful in one who was making vir-
tually his first appearance on the stage.
Although Mr. Perkins in one or two
minor parts had given his friends a
glimpse of what he could do, still they
were not wholly prepared, and expen-
rienced the gratification of a pleasant
Beautiful Mrs. Cay's impersonation
of the young heroine was worthy of a
professional, as was also Mr. McGriff's
impersonation of the dissolute young
nobleman. The minor characters, too,
were excellent, and made a fine sup-
port for the more prominent four.
This entertainment, given for the
benefit of the Tallahassee Base Ball
Club, was such a success that, by re-
quest, it was repeated in a Saturday
afternoon matinee.
readway's Latest Hi.
John P. Slocum's presentation of
"The Gay Musician," by Juilian Ed-
wards, at Wallack's Theatre Broad-
way New York, has set that big town
a-taiking. It is full of good music and
by far the most catchy song of the
production is "I Want To Be Your
Blue-Eyed Baby Boy's. This song,
words and musie complete, will begiven
with next Sunday's New York World.
Published by special arrangement with
M. Witmark & Sons, the well-known
music house.
DeWitt's LtUt arly Risers, the f-
mous little liver pills, are old by all
druggists. 0

to the absolute, aennite, nnal conclu-
sion. I have submitted my candidacy,
upon whatever merit I possess, to the
people of Florida, during the past
four months, and the vote received by
me in the first primary is most grati-
fying to all my supporters and to
myself. Although I worked day and
night. I could only meet or speak to a
comparatively small proportion of the
"I shall now endeavor to see more
of them, and communicate again with
them all.
"I have been assured by people !r
all parts of the State that if I suc-
ceed in getting in the second primary,
I was certain to win, because the
friends of the retiring candidates
would come to me as second choice.
Add those who favor me as their
second choice for this high office to
the magnificent vote given me as first
choice, and my vote in the second
primary will greatly exceed a ml-
jcrity of the electors of the S'ate of
"The people of the State of Fluridi
must now determine between GOnveri-
or Broward and myself, whom they
prefer to fill this high office, and I
feel absolutely confident of nmy oelng
elected, and of my succ-ss in the
second primary, which will take place
June 16.
"I am grateful to those who hav2
favored me thus far, nrd shall wel-
come all such accessions as shall
come. I shall push this campaign vig-
orously and unremittinglv, in every
legitimate and proper way to the end,
having faith ton the ombinel Judg-
ment and conscience of the people,
and depending upon them and not on
any political faction, clique. t'lig or
machine, or on any corporate or upe.
clal interest whatsoever.
"I appeal to my friends all tlirugh
the State to give me the same loyal.
patriotic and unselfish support that
they have given me In the first pri-
mary. and to all who now favor my
election, to joit us ln this fight, and
I am sure that- we shall win a great
victory, not alone for ourselves, but
for all the people of the State and
for gDUd LWCH.R.





The Ancient Art

Of Helping Yourself.

S v

Ever go to a Sunday school picnic when you wer? a boy? '
Course you did.
Remember how all the women folks used to spread the
tablecloths end to end on the grass, then dump em thi
with the best eatables you ever ate? My! Fried chicken 'boat
every twod foot, with ro*l
Sjelly cake in between.
Well, yes!
Recollect how the S4-
Srintendent would sick
hi handkerchief under his

Solar and say cheerfxu
s "Now all help y

Then everybody fe
and helped himself.
ou were a timid boy
held back till all the ch
en was gobbled up, you
gretted it-you regre
still. You didn't I
yourself, and nobody
whaelld you.
Remember that pil
when the gang of fell
* from the city happen
alone and lit into the f
fowl. City chap. are
ways hungry. Theyh

wasn't anything left
the town boys but
Life is a picnic. N
Sunday school picnic-
exactly. But it's a picnic dinner all the'same. The feas
spread for you. Everybody help himself now!


S The city fellows are helping themselves. They reach
S long fingers-the mail order monthly and the price catalog
-and pick up the choice bits. Why don't you try a few fing
of adLvertising in your local paper, dive in ahead of the
from outside, get there first and help yourself to the chick,
"Now all help yourself!"


-A--A 1


lU to
tot i
help 4


lere I
for (

ota *


p ~,*.


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Railroad Commissioner.

He LED nearest opponent

by 4,772 votes in first pri-

mary, and secured a majority

or plurality in T W E N Y-

THREE counties.

Has been SECRETARY of 1

the Railroad Commission fo.

SIX YEARS, "and is familiar

with the work of the office.


1. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, consist
with good service, good wages, and fair interest on
honest investment.

2. Good service and good tracks.

3. Working with Interstate Commerce Coamissis
fair rates on shipments into and out of the State.

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WI .-t 3~

e. p Ve w. Wsim.
*WMrwill regret and deeply
himwith the Times-Union, and
hiaily, in the death of Hon. Geo.
SWion. rom the Times-Union,
we take the following:
"' e West Wilson, editor-in-chief
S theFlorda Times-Union, died about
So'elock this mprningI
"]or the past two years, Mr. Wilson
ttbeen a very sick man having on
aeveral occasion gone to Oew York for
.poeia treatment and remaining there
fir several weexs each time. After
eah of those trips his condition im-
roved fer a while, but the improve-
* d was only temporary. During the T e
tsprn e n went to Chicago and
was under treatment of an emi-
neat specialist. After his return, about
six weeks afo, he declared that for a
while he felt much better, but then
same another relapse. Made in Coat
STen days ago his condition became
serious, and everything possible was
dome for him. With the very best of Style .
medical attention and the most skilled th
nursing, he continued to grow weaker, *
and it was realized that the end was
'His two sons, Henry and George, Colors W a r-
arrived Saturday night from Atlanta, C W r
where they had been attending the
Georgia Military Academy at College ranted
Park. Other relatives were present, / er
with his devoted wife, who had been his I
constant companion during his long ill- Of
ness, closely looking after everything th
that might add to his comfort and aid Shirts t h a t
Is extended the most sincere and heart-'
felt sympathy of the people of Jack- Laundry .
sonvi le and of the entire State, for
Mr. Wilson was one ot-the best known
men in Florida, and had held numerous
positions of honor and trust."
GlIcurist and the Primary System. O I
The Tribune received yesterday from Price $1.00
General Albert W. Gilchrist the follow-
ing telegram, which speaks for itself:
Jacksonville, Fla., May 29, 1908.
"Tampa Tribune Taipa, Fla.:-In,
the discussion of the primary system
which has engaged the attention of the Notice f Incorporation. prntion on thet sep'ond Saturihny of Janu.
state press, more or less, recently, I1I ary in each year at 10 o'clock A M or as,
notice that an effort has been made in soon thereafter as practlcable, at which the
Board of I)irectnrs shall be eh.cted by the
some quarters to ascribe an improper The undersigned hereby give notice that stockholders.
attitude to me in this matter. It IS only on Saturday, the 13th day of June, A. D. 'The by-laws for the government of this
necessary to say that I have in my plat- l"S.. it 1 o'chik A. M.. or as soon there- curporoitien Ahall be adopted at the first
form and on the stump said that I was after an they can be heard, they will apply annual ie-etng of the stockholders. or a
..t _te He ,on rable Napoleon B. Uroward, soon tlihereafter at practicable, and may be
in favor of a rigid adherence to the last (t;ovrnor of the State of Florida, at his of- alrlled (or amended as provided for there-
State Democratic Platform as to pn- t'e. oin the Capitol Building of said State, in.
mares. I go farther than this. I have lu the City of Tallahassee, for Letters Iutll the Board of Directors have beon
said and say now that wherever there atent incorporating themthem, their associates fitt duly chosen by the. stockholders the
is a vacanc M ay in county or district ffi ads uccesors, Into a body politic and cor- ,bu-lne- of the said corporation shall be
Sa vacancy in county or district office porate in deed and In law, unuer the name conducted by the following persons and of i
to be filled, primary elections should be of AMERICAN IDELI TOD&ACCO COM-. ficer:
held, and that I will in each and every VIANY, under the following Charter and Tenneat Ronalds, Prelsident.
case abide by the result of that pr-,'bArtiles of Incurporatilon, the original of Joseph A. Edmtondion, Vihe-I'resldent
cs ai by te rult f tht ri- which willt b on file In the office of the II. C. eitann, Treasurer aud Secre.
mary. When owing to lack of time it secretary of State of said State of Florida, tary.
is inexpedient for'a primary to be held, at the CIty of Tallahaasee, during the time Temporary by-laws may be adopted by
I will appoint to fill any and all vacan- req Ured by law for the publication of this laid officer until the first annual meeting
cies the man or men who are recom- notice. of the stockholders.
ended by their county or district CIIABTER OF THEB AMERICAN DELI TO-i V.
Mal!ocratic executive committees. BACCO COMPANY. The bignet amount of Indebtedness or
ALBIRT W. GILCHRIST. The undersigned agree to become asso. liability this corporation shall at any time
We had occasion the other day to call dated together and do hereby associate subject Itself to ie Fifty Thousand ($50,.
) attention to an attempt on the part of themselves together for the purpose of be. (0.00) Dollars.
R&W, Pensacola Journal to mislead the coming a body politic and corporate under Vll.
CW p mcAW S OfthO state of Florida, the ro-
pblic mind by combining two Tribune vo which a hereby a ptd. h The names and residences of the sub.
ediJtuals-one condoming the present following Articles of Incorporation shall scribers of these Articles of Incorporation.,
n ltous primary system in Florida constitute and become its Charter upon thetother with the amount of capital stock
the other a com imentary express Issuance o Letters Patest accorn'g to su cribed by each, re as follows:
v .. w- ../law. Name. Residence. No. of Shares.
sio toward Albert Gilchrnst, the next HN. c. Fleitmann. o0 Broome t .....
ev*.,or of the state. The ingenious New York.
ut disingenious editor of the Journal,. The name of this corporation shall be A. C. Rounds, 256 West 100th 8t.....10
without warrant and in defiance of AMIRICAN DELI TOBACCO COMPANY." N. Y. City.
oualIri l tt rincipal Office and place of businel Joe. A. Edmendson, Tallahassoe..... 10
jouraltic propriety linked these two shalbe the City et Tatlabaese, Leon Coun. Florida. .
editorial together; declared the Trib- .ty Florida. Branch offices may be stab. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have here I
mne to beGilehrist's "spokesman and lashed aIn other place la the State of Flor. unto set our hands and seals this 7th day
argued from his own unjust concf ions d and ouch other States of the United of May. 1908.
_, -.States and foreign countr.s so H. C. FL.EITMANN, (Seal.)
that South Florida's candidate opposed elected by the Bard of Director A. C. ROUNDS, (Seal.)
the m system. i. JOS. A. EDMONDSON. (8eal.) ]
course we expose the shallow-
ame of sech reasoning and by denying The general nature of the basanm to be Statement.
any inspiration from outside our own transacted by the sald corporation shall be a .ton 2. Chapter iw
brin and our own sense of right for pack la'ftobs ac to" b ma ctur an mcts owf7 t
our attack on the primary system, com- sell tobacco is all Its ron; to establish -o.l ot tof oeo Cao. to be
pItl upset the unrighteous assump-. ad matal faetories, packlag houss and ollt.d the yena. r. 197 and thae ppor
aoo our generally admired contemn- stuh other buldin as a.e suchy fo tieement of tho same to the several t1 for

reeived the telegram which will at once emeat for the row or amn- Amounta to y ...... .s
amd completely upset the Journal's fec- acture et tobacco; to establish agencies Aont i to Ma ..... ..
tieons reasoning-or rather fancy; and and depot; to appoint agents for the man- Balae ............ .- s14.
wheh should draw an apology from et re, a and ion tobacco in APPORTIONMENT.
hasty and over zealous editor. For he the same to be transported as an article ot General Revenue........ .....8 9,0.o
has placed not only himself but several commerce, and to do all things incidental to Amount paid to May 1, 1908... .20..8-- 7.321.64
other brethren of the reas whoseized the busters of manufacturing and trading hools .... ............. a- --22.47.0
-- tl-w ka~ f AI lWth --viA- In tobacco as atoreMll. Amount paid to May 1, ... 5.3M8.19-- 17,.
Supon his foolish editorial with avidity, D ,b coid Psforeisan powid. a id .May.. i 17Pl.8
in a very questionable position. to borrow money. tsaue note,, bill ofr ei- A ntad Fo t 1 3.18. 0.e- sw0
And, in closing, we wish to call at- change, bonds and other evidences of debt Am"nt an d oMa 1... 1'"0 769.42 a.
teatlon to the concluding words of Gen. and to secure the same by mortgage either -d an aryd g s..... -, 03- 6. "
eral Gilchrist's message: "I have said upon its real or personal property. Amount paid to May 1i. 1908... 1,928.4- ,111.64
and say now that whenever there is a III. S u S chl, Di.troct N 19-. 509.- ..11..9
vacancy in county or district office to The amount of capital stock of this cor-..
be filled, primary elections should be Peration shall be Fifty Thousand ($50,. t.140.83
held. and thnst I will in each and every 00000) Dollars divided nlato five hundred Attet- HINRT T. PTs.M t..
eae abide the result of that pri-. shares of the par value of One Clerk of Cireuit Court. LeonCounty. Florida.
cas__ b y_ L=- t _r _.... Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each; said capl- May Ist. 1908.
mary to be held, I will appoint to fill tai stock shall be paid for in lawful money of

may and all vacancies the man or men the United State, ten per cent of which Admlnlstrators' Notie.
who ere recommended by their county shall be paid in within ten days after Let- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
or district Democratic executive corn- rs Patent shall have been granted and iAitors having claims against the estate of W. i
faotee .t said corporation shall transact an H. Carter. deceseed. to present such claims to the
*nits ". business. The unpaid balance due en toe 'undersign d within twoyears date, other-
This i the proper position for an hon- of the subaeribers hereto shall be aid tIn wise same will be forever debarred.
it Democrat to take-obedience to lawful money of the United States such HARRIET A. CARTER.
msont not the determination to bo asItalments and within such time s may W W. CARTER.
be desg ated by the Board of Directo Adminlstrators.
them. Will Napolon disciple, J. N. provided that aubecrlbers shall be entitled April th. 1908. ll-8t
C. Stekton'goso far in giving asur- to ten days' notice of demand for such de-
ani* to his greatt hearted peoe" of erred payments. The remaining stock shall j NOTIC
his devotion to them and belief in their bthe same may be needed at not les than aits I HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
-Pstacy for self government and abili- par balue. a Bed ef county Commissiones of Leon
S hoose the best men to serve them ._ county. Florda have this day ordered that the
S ales ? Perha he will falter and IVvoting ple in section Preeinct No. 7be and is
dm e icaim: "I ait, my beloved, Un- The corration ball have perpetual ex.f the fohLM-Woo L M T s. to
I have established my civic leagues' "utece unless t be dissolved according to pay. in said4 leteon Precinct.
O M Florida prcinct and given you 6... Dei d ...C cmrSSr s
I fatmeia in the science of k. v,-,am. ue L
Spates. Then I will trust you. But The buasnm of this corporation shall Attst-H ax T. F.LKxL.
,p aw, not now."-Tampa Tribune. be conducted by a board f directors to be Clerko f Said SBo"
composed of Not Ises than treenw or |1W1&kdl^ a .
t2an 0 0m.l be Imaioed I. od's U ver Medicine is atnr
S-laws. o the liver aad bowels, relieves sick-
' oftm thought to be responsible for The Board of Difte sfaM select from adacbe, constipation, stomach, kid.
i lmaf toes nIn weigt or gmnral ,emse a. Presadntw VI'e-."e L m ... wand ver disorders mad acts as a
bild has worms. They get the e the o. netl I th id remed
t iax- the o and 1 b hold Bthe of.. ee o r s-t ltie e and wea kessm I.tI toms
o t oodanSthbbylaid Dowad of Diou shall h" s tonity est- OB the systm bit with
actually staravei. White's to aMoast a easbi. a s tngot a The 00 min amtsjI
Vemlfuiae xpels the worm e an nees sary ame "MIS USAL i d e1 Wn"'te Ts?otrathe
*"erubea thechrldeMrse sad aai who shall have so jewus aa the? 041 wiyg 1.2 t*U the w ty of the ;
.m ats. gid by1 Hardee-Slth ik moie eties te tk te em 1 OrthaOe. s10s. la liquid fbee. Pleajsmat 11it
hMla0obs Drug tore. (I to Aug).


4ow is the time

This is the place

We have the goods

Yes? Underwear.

iat keep you cool.
albriggan, Etc.

We have all kinds

B. V. D). Nainsook,


The wise (ones wear B. V. D., shorts with leath-


Next we will show you the prettiest

Men'sHosiery ever shown at, 25c.


See Us.



The Storethdt Oi es THE[ ON[S WORTH with [V[RY Purchase.

To The Peosle of Leon County.
May 29, 1908.
I ;iiil iiforlinti that those people who
ai actv vlii oilloSing my candidacy
for (;zioverno'l(r in your county are bend-
ing every itpssilihe effort toward cre-
ating the impression among you that
if electeil governorr it will be my pur-
lose to d4 all IIn my power towards
moving the (Capital from Tallahassee.
There is not a word of truth in this
Capital removal has never, to my
knowledge, been made an issue in this
campaign by any candidate. Certainly
I have never thought of such a thing,
nor have I said anything during the
whole campaign that could justify
such a charge as this, and I hereby,
in order to effectually put a stop to
such charges, give you my solemn
pledge that in case I am elected your
Governor, I will neither advocate nor
In any other way render assistance
to any project looking to the removal
of the Capital from Tallahassee
The whole truth of these charges
Io simply this, that my opponents are
endeavoring to becloud the issues
which are now confronting the people.
The nefarious methods used by the
whisky ring in their attempt to nomi-
naate Mr. Gilchrist on May 19th should
make the Issue clear to every right-
hinking person in Florida. It is aim-
ply this:
Whether or not the good people of
Florida are willing to turn over their
State Government into the hands of
he Whisky Ring of Jacksonville and
Tampa for the next four years?
Very sincerely,

John L. Neeley.

Now that genial Gene Matthews, of
Bradford has been "left at home," it
is up to the solons of the lower branch
of the next Florida legislature to cast
around for suitable material for a pre-
siding officer.
Of th se members elected in the first
primary undoubtedly the most promis-
ing candidate will be found in the cap-
itol of the state.
John L. Neeley of Tallahassee, is em-
inently qualified for such a position, and
if he can be induced to enter the race,
he will prove an easy winner.
John Neeley is an able debater, an ex-
cellent parliamentarian, an all round
good man and would grace the speek-
er's chair with dignity and honor.
Here's hoping he'll run, and win.- Pen-
sacola News.
He wIl run and we believe he'll win.
Elect John L. Neeley speaker of the
next bhoue of representatives.
Mrs. S& L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. Va.,
writes: "I was a sufferer from kidney
disease, so that at times I could not
get out of bed, and when I did I could
not stand straight. I took Foley's
Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottle
and a part of a second cured me entire-
ly." Po'* e Kidney Roemedy works
wonders When others are a total fail-
ure. oW sale by all druggists. *
A g many people have eye trouble.
A greany have paid out a lot of
m w' their eyes to no result May
be have'nt seen the right man.
Man times your general system needs
Jloo g into. Dr. Armstrong special-
ie along these lines. His work gives
results. 14

I -~

Jtne let.-Mr. Albert McElvey, of
Gedaden County, and Mr. G. T. Brown,
8r., of Leon County, Fla., visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Terrell, staying over
Saturday night. The pleasure of the
visit was mutual to host and visitors,
being greatly enjoyed.
Mr. Miller, a son of Mr. Fred Miller,
of Orange County, Fla., Is visiting reia- *
tives in Leon County, Florida, and '
Thomas County, Georgia. His mother
was Mis, Emily Hancock, a sister of .
the late Mr. Joe Hancock, of Thomas
County, Georgia. He returns home to-,
morrow to Orange County.
Miss Bertle Hancock was visiting
relatives and friends last Saturday,
having been down to Mr. Wm. Bi-,
Mrs. A. McElvey and granddaughter,
Miss Holly McElvey, stayed over Satur-
day night with Mrs. G. T. Brown.
W. F. Stokes, of Atlanta, Ga., was
riding over the Beachton Mail Routes
last week taking subscriptions for the
Atlanta Constitution. T ..'
Beachton 1I. F. ). mail carriers had
a holiday and did not bring the mail [ -i,.
on Saturday the 30th of May, because
It was Memorial Day.
Young Female College. Thomasville, I
closed school last week, and those
pupils who did not live in Thomasvillo
went to their several homes to spend
the vacation. Miss l'ranmes Van Brunt,
a daughter of Mr. R. F. Van Brunt, of'
lamonla, Is now at home from the vaca-
tion holidays. She is a student of said iT T A
College. We are sorry to he forced to T H E[-A N IWl-^ Il
say that bshe is sick, anl hope for her 'J -- d
a -speedy recovery.
We hear that Miss May Manning is
sick in the hospital at Tallahassee, and
not expected to recover. We hope it
will prove to be a false report.
Mr. Joe Billingsley and sister, Lucy, I
went to Thomasville last Saturday aft- GILCHRIST A GUY A
On Saturday afternoon there was a
refreshing shower of rain along the
State Line to Sunny Hill, and in Both- As Speakerof House He
page neighborhood it developed Into A p r ouse te
somewhat of a cloudburst and cyclone, an I.lation Wls i
The wind blew down fences, trees and and Legislation Was h
old houses, and shook the dwelling He Presided-Lolled
houses of some. It twisted and blew
the tall corn down very badly. It blew Cracked Peanuts Dui"
the top off Mr. Joe Blair's smokehouse,
and blew down an old storehouse on Will Be Obligated to
Mrs. Albert McElvey's place. The rain
drowned a lot of chickens for some of
our good women of that neighborhood. BY CLAUD
As the storm visited a portion of the
county that fences the crops sad not When General GOilchrist was Speak
the stock, the cows got into the field er of the House of 105 it was the
of some of the neighbors and 41d 0ome most chaotic body ever known In
damage before they could be gthet udes Florida legislation. It was hard for
control. While we deplore the lo. .
caused by the storm, we are glad of anybody to know what was going on.
the rain, for we know it did a great General Gilchrist sat in a rocking
deal of good. We haven't had enough chair as he presided. He wielded a
rain yet for the making of the crops, lare palm leaf fan nonchalantly and
however. ".. .
The district school of Meridian, cracked peanuts nla accompaniment to
taught by Mrs. Ellen Coe, came to a his absent knowledge of what was go.
close on last Friday, and on Saturday ing on. I saw this with my own eyes.
the patrons and friends of the cho The House over which General Gil-
gave the children a picnic on the west- christ presided was just like General
ern side of the lake. Gilchrist-loose-jointed vague, Inde.
Mrs. A. C. Dickey and chil4re had terminate, nebulous and uncertainIt
the pleasure of attending the pthnot. groped its way through the mazes of
returning home they didtnto h ,t legislation without a building hand in
but fortunately did nota lay, hazy way lacking purpose or
injury. power; soft clay in the hands of the
As usual there was Sabbath school legislative manipulative potters.
held at Bethpage last Sunday, and As Speaker of the House of 1906
there was a full attendance General Gilchrist had an opportunity
Beaehton, R. F. D. 2, Juae 8, 190. to show executive ability, If he had
To the'True Democrat-Pleas add to any. Since he failed to do so it must
Iammoa send State Line News of June be concluded that he had none. He
1st, the following correction of last failed utterly in the Speaker's chair
week's locals: to give a gleawh of IntelleFtual appro-
"Rev. H. J. Graves had "ustNtmrned clation of what the place meant, and
from Baltimore, Md., and not Or. A. he would fall more consummately lan
M. Williams, our Presiding Elder." the office of Governor-the sise and
,Your truly, extent of his failure in the office of
.G. T. BROWN. Governor would be measured In the
Also: "Miss May Manning was bar same proportion which measures the
led in the Manning Cometery, on the office of Governor above that of
Davis place, this a. m. at 9 o'cloeLk. Speaker.
We extend our sympathies to the be- Public men are Judged by what they
reaved family." G. T. B. have done after they have been tried
out. General Gilchrlst has had a trial
Said to avey Cancer. and has failed. He lacks the proper
it as reported on good authority, says sense of public duty; he lacks ability
the New York World, that the ex- and force; he lacks dignity. Remem-
President is suffering from carcisma ber the rocking chair, the palm leaf
or cancer of the gall bladder or ta- fan and the peanuts-and don't forget
ach. the monkeys.
This was learned from a pereaal When Gilchrist was a member of
friend of Dr. Bryant, who has been at- the House in 1903, he sat in his chair
tending Mr. Cleveland for two months. with his feet on his desk, and smoked
It is the general opinion in Lakewood and ate peanuts while the House was
that the ex-President will never leave in session I saw him doing this day

Lkewood alive, after day. He was conaldered almost
Mrs. Cleveland is still optimistne as big a nuisance as Wells of Hills-
She refuses to believe that her hu d bo, when he left off resting hi feet,
has a fatal malady, smoking and popping peanuts long
Can't Al s TelL enough to interfere wtth legislation by
S Cant always T propounding the Constitution and rais-
You an't always there is a t ry of in, frivolous parliamentary questions.
pen. For instance, there m tory o Aside from his lack of fitness for
a man who determined to omit sali the position of Governor, General Gil-
aidpe. He went to the store Mbof cistIsInthe handsof the SPVCIAL

over thelm ad around his that General Gilchrist is being sup-
roil, g a match aid set his cloth, the whisky men is evidence that the
ing fIretook the does of arsee put whisky men have some point to gain;
the nmule of the revolver to his tem- something that they want done by the
pw pushed the boat froms S him man who occupies the of ice of Gov-
O tbd hetr iger. But tdhe bllNet ernor.
glanced and cuto rope above himsad It General Gilchrist is elected Go .
heek. oer into the river; the water eor HE WILL Btro y d LECTED B
put outthe fre andh be t 'IeM lthe THE WHISKY VOTEn
aed etoogd up the arse of aeie p ; A prohibitionist Iv the office of Gov
th le out and declare to hi ter-lf a ernor cannot make the State dry, an
hdite for the leiboat from thder him a whisky man occupies the offies of Gov
form ticket.-Plant City OriMr. ernor, cannot make the State wet
--- but--

Sick headache ai eam re-
lieved at once with ULittle Liver
Pills. A rosy oaf l on and clear
ye result from thir ume. Do not
gripe or sicken. Oeed for all the ftm-
Ily Cobb's Drug Store. (3 to Aug).

se us. UFor fl






1lst BECAUSE HE wa frieDd to this section in the na--oble Capital Removal Fight, making speech '
in West Florida against Removal.
2d. BECAUSE HIS County east 1,#18 votes against Removal and only 16 for RemovaL
3d. BECAUSE HIS Section, West Florida, east a majority of 8,672 against Removal.




West Florida, where he live, endorses him by a tremendous majority, and ask us to
vote for him.
West Florida has always stood for our section, and supported our men and our

6th. BECAUSE HE was the high man on May 19, and he will win on June 16th.


HE carried 5 counties out of 6 in the First Judicial Circuit (where he is State Attorney) by
majorities over alL

8th. BECAUSE HE carried his home county by a majority over his three opponent.


HE Carried every county in the First Judicial Circuit, where they know him personally and
officially, except one, where Stephens was the home candidate, and he was second

10th. BECAUSE HE will appreciate your support and serve you faithfully.





Was Uncertain, Undignified
n Chaotic Condition While


a Rocking Chair and

ring Sessions-If Elected,
Whisky Ring.


A Governor who owes his peIrtin"
to the whisky interests will do their
bidding when the time arrives for him
to act; a Governor owing his election
to the whisky men would exercise his
personal and official influence on the
members of the Legdlature In shap-
ng legislation; a Governor owing his
election to a special interest would
be obligated to protect that interest
f occasion came for him to determine
a question that placed that special in-
erest in Jeopardy.
These things are true on the face
>f them. The people are not supposed
to know that Gilchrist Is being backed
>y the whisky ring. Gilchrist can get
ip and disclaim that he Is the whisky
candidate ; it isn't likely that he would
admit it. He can cover the charge
partly by saying that he is a codiddte
if all the people, and wants the vote
if them, be they whisky dealers or
mot. General Gilchrist is not obliged to
know what the whisky men are doing
o elect him, and he may say with
omine truth that he doesn't know.
It is reported that the whisky men
ave contributed a large sum to the
lilchrist campaign fund. If General
lllchrist is not to be of service to the
rhisky men In the office of Governor,
why should they contribute to his
election? Why should they be Inter-
sted in his success? No reason at all.
If General GUilebhrist should be elect-
d he would owe his election to the
rhisky men. The enforcement of laws
* already lax. Gilebrist, In standing
or whisky, STANDS FOR A MORU
Th'ls Is true because the sheriffs,
onstables and deputies will take their
ue from the man higher up, and will
eal lightly with that menacing
speak easy," the blind tiger To mo.
est the blind tiger is to cut off reve-
ue from the whisky men. The sale
f whisky, whether legal or illegal, is
or the pecuniary profit of the whisky
ealer; so is it also contrary to the
aw, order, peace and dignity of the
tate and community.
Olichrist stands for whisky and all
hat it carries with it; Stockton
Lands against whisky and all that
allows In its wake.
Gilchrist is not avowedly and openly
candidate of the whisky rings, but
e Is tacitly and willingly so, and this
e cannot deny.
Stockton is the candidate of the peo-
le-the moral, .law-abding and liber-
y-lovting people who do not want to
ee the State governed by special in-
A vote for GU&rist is a vote for
bese special Interets. They posses
ilchrist already. It is vain for him to
declare his freedom of them whe hbe
stands shoulder to shoulder with
hem. He cannot cleanse himself
he contact by mere assertlo.
A vote for Stocktoo is a vote for
**,* 'WOW* .l 44" 1
"I appeal to my friends all tnhm
the State to give me -he same lo1
patriotic and uaelfish support t
they have given me in the qrst
mary and to all who now favor
election, to Join us in this fgtht,.
I am sure that we shall win a I
victory, not alone for ourselves
for all theo people of the State
for goWod y oermaet*.

NotIce of blteflt to ApP* for Letters

Notice ai hereby given that the under.
signed will apply to Ionurable N. H. Brow-
ard, Governor ot Florida, at Tallahassee, on
the 11th day of June, A. D. 1U98, for Let-
ters Patent Incorporating
under the following proposed charter, the
original of which is on file In the office of
the Secretary of the btate of Florida.

Proposed charter of
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becoming
Incorporated and forming a corporation un-
der the laws of the State of Florida, with
the following proposed charter:
The name of the corporation shall be
Its business shall be conducted In the State
of Florida, the other States of the Uns.ed
States, and all foreign countries, wherever
necessary. Its principal office shall be at
Talahassee, Florida.
Section 1. The general nature of the bust-
nee to be transacted by the corporation
shall be manufacturing, buying and sellila
at wholesale and retail, for Itself and others
bay grain, building material, groceries aad
foed products, dry goo~s, notions, clothing,
boots, shoes, hardware, crockery, bicycles,
vehcleso, harness, live-stock, turpenttine and
naval stores, lumber, timber, croestles, mr-
chandle and personal property of every
kind and nature whatsoever; to owna deal
In, use, operate and borrow mosey on im-
proved timbered and grasping lands and the
products thereof; to maintain, lease, own,
ad operate steamboats, vTOels, turpltitne
dIstilleries, sawmills, logging plant and
appliances Incident to the proper and con-
venient use thereof; to maintain, operate,
use and own celd storage plants, th ma-
chinery and all appliances Incident thereto;
and such other real estate a It may be
deemed advisable by the directors of said
company to own. operate and improve; to
sell, own, mortgage and lease laImds, to act
as agents, brokers or commission merchants,
factors and warehousemen In dealing la
any and all of the commoditle as aforesaid;
to subscribe for, purchase, lsse, receive
and boheld for Investmet, or otherwise sell
or dispose of, and make advances upo store
shares bonds, securities, or obligations of
otkr cqporatlonA, firms or ladivlduals
wherever located or organlaed, engaged to
or pursualg any one or more oft the be-
sasses, purposes, objects or operations moan-
tloned above, or owning or holding any
property of the kina mentioned heran, or
of ay corporation holding stock. or any
obligations of suoch corporantom, and whileI
the owner of such stocks, boas, notes or
obligations to exerelse all the rights,
pewera and pritvtles of ownlership thereof,.
and to exercise all or any voang powers
thereof; to Il1, mortgage, sub- 1, pledge
hire, lease or convey the property of said
corporation, or any part t eot, at will,
and to Invest the proceeds thereof at the
pleasure of, &ad a eh manner a ma y be
determined by, the drtors to conduct ay
part of Its buslasnes, and to have offices and
agencies and to empleo office or agtat
In say place la thi tate or aay foIre l
countries as may be rqualte and snocsry
for the carrying on of such business and for
the needs of said corporation, uch neces-
sity to be determined olely nla the discre-
tion of its board of directors; to borrow
money and to seure the same by notes,
mortgages, bonds or any other obligation8
whatsoever, and to receive payment of the
capital stock subscribed for a such manner,
or In anyproperty or moy at a Just valu-
ation,. a the Judgment of the board of direc-
tors shall direct, and to zercise gesrally
sucb powers as may be Inacidet to or emo-
venliet to the purposes or business of said
corporation, and to have, exercise and enjoy
all the rights, powers and privileges incidelent
to corporattoas for profit organized and ex-
lating ander sad by virtue of the laws of
te State of Florida.
The amount of the capital stock shall be
to be divided Into two hundred and fifty
shares of one hundred dollars each; forty
per est of which shall be subscribed and
paid in before the company slhal transact
any business; any of said capital stock may
be u &a the purchase of property at a
jLst valuation to be Sxed by the board ef
drtors at a meeting to be called for teis
T toW tfor which said op puration shall
exit. kai be ninetylm nears.
The oftSers of said oem to transact
said shall be Pro t ad Trew
urr, Vice Presldet and Man ae ande-
retary, and a Boar# a ireetors to be
compnosedo at I-4 ta three A et
more than *e. T he office *I PFett
and Treasure may be eld by the ame per.
se and llkeo -that of Vie Presidet sd
Manager. Te ard of D eirew may be
changed at day brT hAe
D~fleho drvto5Selete is aat
chm t An la eyn. meeti *f *
restess gshallnk ete*
me t r l s ach ear; but aid
* e a m ee the tth ay *o
D. 141, at the s of eem idoem-
es at o o a. s.,i a n ua l
S by-lawt.-f ret -e a
em, t.efdei^ftMrs
t oti Until te oce

Aai be*ete rsae9mp as

C'. M. Strange,
J. E. Minter,
W. M. Minter.
The highest amount of Indebtedaes or
liability at any time shall be
The names and residences of the sub.
scriblng incorporators, together with the
capital stock subscribed by each, shall be as
Name. Residence. of Stock.
C. M. Strange, Tallahassee, Plorida. .5,000
J. E. Minter, Tallahassee, Florida.. 2.500
W. M. Minter, Tallahasse, Florida.. 3,500
8ubscribln incorporators.
Stec~ten Advertid DeiUMNd.
(Punta Gorda, Herald, June 4th.)

The Herald last week received from
Mr. Claude L'Engle, editor of the Tal-
lehasee Sun, a request to quote price
for thirty inches of displayed advertis-
ing and three columns of reading mat-
ter to be used in behalf of J. N. C.
Stockton's candidacy and to be paid for
out of Mr. L'Engle's personal uads.
To this request the following answer
was promptly returned:
May 2th, 1908.
Hon. Claude L'Engle,
Tahassee FIa.:
DxAK Sm:-I beg to knowledge
your esteemed favor of the Ord aking
for rates for thirty inches ofd#phy
matter and threecolumns ofradi
matter in advocacy of the candidacy _O
J. N. C. Stockton for gernor, and ia
reply beg to respectfully decline to ac-
ceg the proposed matter at any rate.
My reasons for declining are that
General Gichrist, wbom ou are att
inag unjustly, is my frd and I am
porting him for cvernor, because I M
covined that is in every respect
well qualed for the offlee sad Is w d
thyof any and all eitines of Florids.
Fther, you attoeek him, for the po-
Mcatimo of which you would se the
space you desire, are baaed oa the take
assumption that he is in league with
the ey and corporation elemmt
to aotrol and govern stte tate i their
interest; for you sy in your 1stte to
zme, "The question now whether or
not whiskey and the saloon s a domi-
nate she tate admotntratrm "
You know there is nosueh pstin;
that no elms, element or fait e
eoontrol or dominate Gikhrust asalt
his onseeietiom eo vi o tionsv of wai
right. You yoursef id Is th n ld
several month ago that erp
tions do not want Glchrnt, bsea
y know that they can't a oV t I "o
na that was anad is tru, butI Iwy
chare him with being he
I believe that you krow that you
can't control him, and that is why 7
are opposing him and suppoing Mr.
At any rate I shall not permit yo W
any one else to use the Herald mnk-
ing the false chare agpainet Gim
G that, i- t. g____,_ b
will be controied by the w A seyte-
meat and the Oorpratim.
If thee elementsarenopporti .-,
they ane doing as bo5a5e tb
correctly leave thathbe Ib a frO
ju ma n ad will Mat all tert
with Justice and impartia.t Doyso
think he ought to rejet teir
hB.. they mtay obeaagoodC
timas tyou thik yar em
Wo t a ng or be
a reat "ur nk"M If hee ammesit t
he did ot want the votea of the -
ples of railroad., the MO WaMn o M
ploupker players, eogar se mk
eoeb every iapIt Will Mr.

is of two MAds-ceaceit mmd
bead that come oma l
Does your head Wver tal 18
and your brain Stel oes aal -
You can cure itt la aotie s b-
on your liver with Ballard's
Isn't it worth Utmn for the *
sad Oertal a roelef you'll matt M
Hardee mitkh Co.
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He is the Candidate of NO

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The Ol Bewn emeeteard iBred.
Last Mionday morning, about ten
e'eloek, an alarm of Are called oat the
velateers to District No. 12 &yaWout
tOmed the north of the sdt. Arrlinf
t e Weitymit the men learned tbat
ther wab l ta san rbz about a mile
.. alf ouat, where o wae ly
Mbe had, aratl, the30&
ngnwea ld Ail th os

the out-

u w wathat known as thee
- lamh bmest de n was one
S M of thadaor io c county.
I e ta of the ire the boose was
y G. W. Cravey and family.
*Mie years ago it looked as If my
p'bed eoaM" mys Mr. C. arthing,
Mm Oreek, ad. Ter. "I was run
Sft M ld bahu en a very slender
It was then my drugsist ree-
S IMeetrle Bitters. I b t
ead I opt what I neede
I had one foot In the grave.
iitters put It back O. the
ad I've beens well ever
a der guarsatee at all
9 e0t0 *0

A CrM t to Ay Tow..
Someone has said: It is notto the
credit of the men of a town that the
ladies have to be troubled with the bu-
nes of cleaning the dtreeat ad look
after its improvement when it hould
be the duty of the men, ad their pde
hM Ined them to look after every
detail of this bdeas. This may be
ad nodoubt is to some extent tnas
b" Iit ee i atly to theredit
Of 11e 00 We MOM Mla I M&A a
*a two to fr t d-Welea a
e fa aik W aWed U 'hs wU at

Our family were all born and raised
In Iowa. aad bay* ueed Chamberlanl's
Colic, Cholera sad Diarrhoea Remedy
(made at Dee Moiaes) for years. We
know how good It is from lonm expert
lefo In the use of It. In fat when to
BI Pamo. Texas the writer's life was
aved by the prompt me ot this remedy.
We are now enmgaed In bumimaes at
Nareoomee, Fla. sad have nltredueed
the remedy here. It bha prove ry
eMosdeef"l aId is oenatly growing In
br.- aae by Tlas. Thse rem d.
fr Wale by Tallahaessee Dsg e. *

Trnth In Two Paragraphs.
From the Leesbury Cammerual comes
the truth. n two paragraphs:
"And now Stockton supporters are
clamiag that Gilebhriet ia backed the
whiskey element of the state. TIs
for political effect only, and the v
men who are main th ry w f
well that Mr. GW t is backed, ad he
owes his dy to. o i ring
n at of men. e received Mzhr-
eat veto when he i best know., atrib-
ute which was not paid Mr. eAM
and thoee who have known -- fir
years am loodet in their aieet his
nobe harater, deveti toh family ti
S olty to6 fries Ia hibesat pldi-
"We regard Dunean U. Fietehec
Wood's ver Medicine is for the re-
lief of Malaria, Chills and fever and all
allments resulting from deranged con-
dition of the liver, kidneys and blad-
der. Woed's Uver Medicine t a tonile
to the liver ad bowels, relieves sick-
headache, onstlpation, stomach, kid.
ney sad liver disorders and aets as a
antle lazaUve. It is the Ide1 l remedy
for fttlrse and weakness. Ib tnoas
eceets on the system s t with
the blr doe. The n1.00 sm e ontasin
nearly 1.2 times the quanttty eof the
We. a Inm lquldt form. Pleasant to
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Certain serious objections to makhi
Mr. Stockton governor of Florida ha
never been denied or answered by?
advocates., Summarized they are,
First he is impulsive, impetuous, ras
and therefore likely to do things tlu
ought not to be done, things that miAgi
aeriously and injuriously affect the i
tered of the entire state.
Secamd, he is and always has been
bitter partisan, a fact admitted by hi
eet persistent supporter, the Tals
basses Sun, which recently said the
this characteristic had in times past Is
him to say and do things that sboul
not have been said or done. This on
defect of character should alone be suf
ficient to cause a patriotic people to ro
ject him at the polls, for such a man a
governor would be very likely to sti
up strife and dissension throughout th
Third, his supporters boast of his in
dependence which is a good trait ii
some men, but a bad one in Mr. Stock
ton. as was shown some years ago b,
his bolting the Democratic nomination
in Duval county and running as an in
dependent candidate for the legislature
More recently, this characteristic ap
pered in his letter to Judge Stewart
of DeLand, in which Mr. Stockton saki
in effect that, that unless the result
were dissatisfactory to him, he week
not appoint county officers in oompli
ance with the wishes of the people as
expressed in primary elections. We
submit that this kind of indepmndei
is very objectionable.
Fourth, Mr. Stockton belongs to the
faction of which Governor Broward iI
a conspicuous member, and is in cordiaW
accord with him on the politics of thai
factikc, and he may be depended go to
perisst in eatryi.; them out These
policies, as we have seen, have result-
ed in an increase of taxes, the whole-
sale pardoning of criminals, outright
gifts of $5,000 fees of the peoples's
money to favored lawyers, contemptu-
ous disregard of the results of county
primaries and the recommendations of
county committees, neglect of official
duties at Tallahassee, the perfecting of
a state political "machine" aod other
highly objectionable features, which
are repugnant to the wishes and spirits
of the patriotic and progressive people
of Florida.
lFifth, as is well known, Mr. Stockton
is the implicable political foe of Sesator
Talaferro and Congressman Clark; and
should he be chosen Governor, there
would be no harmony, no co-pmt
between him and our represeattives at
Washington. Indeed, his bitter prtU-
a spirit would betray him into aorts
to dteredit tem by tryingftO tlwart
Sad purposes in
we want our State to contnuo to r-
ceive blessings from the natial gov-
ornment, there must be harmony be-
tween our Governor and our members
of Cogrss, and this canet be if Mr.
Stockton is made Governor.
Sixth, those who know Mr. Stockton
best, and are, therefore, better judges
than all others of his character, his
tnessm and qualifications, hi neighbors
In his home ward of Jacksowlvle and of
his home county of Duval, by their
votes virtually advise the people of
Florida not to make him Governor. In
the late primary, they gave a majority
of 158 against him in his home d ad
a majority of 1 668 against i a
home county. Would any sane person
regard that vote as a recommnend=a?
As a seventh objection showinf Mr.
Stockton's personal selfishness a his
political designs, we might preees t
detail the successful scheme of
and his close allies, where they control
the financial affairs of Jacksonville, sad
Mr. Stockton gets the benefits and is
given pecuniary advantages that wedi
not be bestowed upon any one o a
of his political circ, while his eonfed-
erate, Mr. J. M. Barrs, under this
acheme is the perpetual eity at y
of Jacksonville; and we miht ty
argue from this that thepolt
virate to which Mr. Stockton notort(s-r
belongs, eontemplates a similar sche se
of State financiering for the benefit of
themselves and their immediate allies.
But the six objections given above
which have never been answered ad
cannot be refuted by Mr. toM's
most ardent advocates, ought to be
amfcient to convince any one having
the true interests of the State at heart
that it would be a very grave mistake
indeed to elect Mr. Stock ton Governor
of Florida.
On the other hand, not a sigle one
of the above objections ca bs urged
against General Gilchrist, whoes ntb-
borar know him to be a hb-tned, hon-
orable gentleman, with-* selbh eds

in view-a man, whobii ttlhstiadn
the outrageous island ow being cir-
eulated against him, t be swerved
from a course of rectitude and earnest
devotion to the interests of the State
by all his friends put totber, much
les by the keepers of baooms and
the agents of corporations. These peo-
ple, if they are supporting him, are do-
inqso because they know him to be s
fair, just, honorable man, a tia as
famous slander to say that fwa wil
control him.-Punta Gouda Herald,
June 4th.
Bees Laxative C recom-
mended by mothers sad old;
is prompt relief b colds
ro.up, ,hoarsene. wboplng-c h.
emtle laxative II -Mat to take.
guaranteed. 8Oa- be kept In everyW
mmaold. CQW4 D g Dr tre. (3 to

a Rewarw sa.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that thUre is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a conati-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Caue
is taken internally, acti'W direct upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease, and fdving the ps-
tient strength by building up the consti.
tuition d asaintins g nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for ist of
testimonials. .
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., ft.
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by all drwuists. 75c. Aug. l-tf.
Church Notices.

TrtuaL M. B. Church. o. L Pattesoen,
PAMfe.- vie8unds at U a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Jon bwerth .aea-u I.6 p. Saer n p-
worth LMqu &41 a. AI bAll mIbers ratd

VrIMl G O h, Bse. Win. H. Zteglr. Pas.
tor.-R ld erv sIM at U o'clock a. m., and at
7i0 o'eMk m. L Sabbath school at 9:3D0 a. m.
Midweek ervies O Wednesday evening at 7:30
Snt Daptist Churehu v. J. B. Prett, Pastor.
Ol 8uda at 11 a. w. and 7J0 p. a.; Bible
= ft" a. .I unPor B. Y.UP. U. 4 o'loek p. m.;
ndr DT.. P. U.. Fridayat Ga0 p. m.; Pryr and
rna aservlie Wednesday evening at 7V7 p: g.
St. John'. Episcopal Church. Rev. Charles Mar-
tin Nies Rector. Seriewn Sundays and Holy da,
boly communion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday.s 1U a.m.
ad 7.00 p. m. Frkara, 8 p. a. St. Michel's
(sobered). Services: andama 4 p. m. Frida &. 4.80
Christian Scimen.-SrvIlosare held every Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wednesday evening at
I o'clock p., in the front rea. second story, of
th beldinseast of the posteIe. Thia Moom i
alo used as a Christian Souled readisg room.
and is open daily except Sunday and Friday
afternoons. between the hotof 10 and 12 o'clock
. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All arm cordially
invited. The Sunday School is hold Sunday morn-
Ing from 10 to 10:46.

Prou ef His Voet Thoagh Defeat*e
Will ha Two Tears Hece.

Julius Salomon, of Tallahassee, who
was defeated in the late primary for
railroad commissioner, desires, through
the Metropolis to cordially thank all
those friends who voted for him on May
19th. Mr. Salomon says, though de-
feated he is proud of the fact that in
Duval county where he married, he got
the largest vote over his three oppon-
ents. In Jefferson, Leo.a and Jackson
counties, where he lived at different
periods, he led his oppo=eta, which
speaks volumes as to w be was ap-
precate where h amo..
The total voteto revived by the candi-

Mr. Jackson ie ted the same pr in-
for W. K. Jacksons election for rai-
road commissioner, because, he says,
Mr. Jackson represented the same prin-
ciples he does. Mr. Jackson is a resi-
dent of Lakend, Fla. Mr. Salomon
says he intends to become a candidate
for railroad commissioner two years
hence. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
Confederate aumnloa.
The program of the reunion of the
United Confederte Veterans for June
9th, 10th and 11th, at Birmingham, is
just out. It is noticed that ClonI E.
L. Ruosel, of Mobile, Ala., is the first
spaker on the afternoon of the 9th,
M theme not beingm named. Immedi-
ately following him comes Judge A. 0.
Wright, of this city, whose theme is
"The Confederate Navy, the Part It
Took in the Civil War." The forenoon
will be devoted to addressee of wel-
come and responses. That evening will
be devoted to receptions and concerts.
On Wednesday the reunion will get
down to work, and devote the forenoon
to the reports of committees and other
business. The afternoon will be taken
p with finishing up nnished business,
the election of officers, etc., up to 4
o'clock when the floral parade takes
lace, under the auspices of the Sos of
Confederate Vetoen. That night
will be devoted to two concerts, one
at the Hippodrome and one at the the-
On Thursday morning the grand pa-
ade will take M whaa 000
old veterans wi appear, either o t
or rdig. The whole will ncone
with a bll in the auditorium, aude
the auspices of the U. S. C. V.-Me.
Veto eor W. L Jaclse.

Lakeland, Fla., May 29, 1908,
Mr. Julius Salomon:
just in receipt of your telegram advis-
ng me that am in the second primary,
with Mr. Dunn. I thank you very much
for your consideration. Knowing as I
do that yo have at heart the interest
of you fellow citizens of the state and
specially of your strong personal
friends all over the state and as I have
heard your speehes and read your lit-
erature and do heartily endorse and ap-
prove every policy enunciated by you,
and would if elected do my utmost to
carry out to the letter your motto
"Equal justice to all and special privil-
dge to oane." I now eamrney ask
your hearty support amnd gra fluue
In my behalf. Yoar Fria d,
W. K. JAcUo.
If I was a member of the eommas-
si I would never ln up Intholad
until the good -pe of Wa Florida
with the people of other ssrsms
of the state.


ings Hotel


J. L. LANOSTON, Lessee and M'gr.


Write for toerm at once.

Mrs. Morgam is again in charge of Hotel and Tables.

Springs and House generally overhauled and
new concrete Spring Bathing Pool 80X80 feet
completed. Splendid bathing, good fishing and
plenty of Motor Boats. Motor power, will carry
the tram cars to Pan'ace from Sopchoppy, in ad-
dition to comfortable teams.
For quiet, rest and recreation, Panacea is the
best on the Gulf Coast.


Eye Specialists.

Home Offco up stairs In West Build-
Ing, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Jacksonville, Fla..


Dr. Armstrong will personally make
professional visits to Tallahassee the1
first Monday of each month. Those I
wishing scientific service by the most.
modern method in overcoming all forms,
of eye troubles or reflex complications;
headahee, nervousness and many forms
of chronic troubles, should see him
Office at Hotl Bloxham, one day only.
Next visit July 6th.

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Extra Kentucky Stock,






For Sale I

3 Four Horse Wagons.
At Reasonable Prices.

Apply to

W. H. Adkinson.

For Sale!

A few small farms. improved
and unimproved, in good locali-


Apply to


Lloyd, Florida.

To B. BYRD-& CO.
TIldmwus, Flor M.
Always Hane [the Part
and Bet GrocrUi Con-



)n Bronaugh street, nice lot, feed
m ad loft and two stalls in same,
buggy and harm s room, two bloeke
m Monroe street. Apply at this
;ee 7

For the next sixty days we will make
a liberal discounteoa all spot cash orders
for flooring, cling and novelty siding.
It will pay you to vaestiate.

tic is hmahre8sm that I thea admds-md.
Charim E. -edhvoeuatw of the etato fCal-
via W. Bradiar, wvl ; emeat my segments and
vouhan to the O uW Ad edeof Lem ema .
Florida ad eak a al dhsamil w e sm aatw
of mid estate. x maths attw a daa hoe.
ThjIs th day r Ja a n.
Exeutor of the ta df Calvin W. Dr.,wy.
lato of peneer. New Toe. 4&M"

A oes you".
J6 tigg JS bwor tw 1*0 MA
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G. Yount.
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A MMy-Maker for Agents
William Jennings Bryan
S76 Impeial Octavo Pags. 21 Superb
y from Photogrph tAWN by
Noheetia hise trip around the worland
is visits to all nations. Greatet book of travel
evwritten. Mot moseeeoul ser of th"
esweati. Prew EUl in 4 Months.
ha Writoe at ones for "Twri.
asmASnd gAtOutt."
Aest's eM s~'m--emld Fifty mtsto
wr otofmainig and haadlins.
The Tluqu hhskkiaCU., St Lefs Me.

Made and put in place by an T.
Ga td to stay t T and work
well, aied ay eolor dired. Priest
reaomasb. UALI T eonidred.
Leave order with W. L. Marshall, or
at Store of
8-tf GILMORt & DAva Co. (Inorp.

We want two or three me n in each
coMaty to pwlae atalogs ad adver-
te ar ily SU y Unioa at-
meet $18.00 per wk l wit op
partunity f r extra f Per-
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l t Monday morning, about too
M alarm of fir called out the
to District No. 12, out
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A Creid to Aay Tow..
Some one has sad: It is not to the
credit of the men of a town that the
ladies have to be troubled with the bos-
Ite. of eleaier theostreeta ad lookix
after its improvemnts whoen it ahou
be the dM the mo, and their pride
sawu lsad then to look after every
detail of this busades. Tha maybe
mad nodoobl is to some extent true
but It ahb is to theeredit
our town to tfrm themselves to a
aemslath take aa iterest bI saeh at.
the m= la iaia ta tInsi al lth.
We ay tM e o I Mara a to b
Our ICafly wo all bom r and rasd
In lovwa, ad have ued Chamberlai's
Colic, Coler ad maDiarrhoea Remedy
(made at Des Molaes) for yea. We
know how good It to froa bmg Wa-
leo sIla thuseo of It la best, wh woa
3 Paso. Teas. thi writers ue was
savd by4ho mprpt am of this ln dy.
S aeaw emahN I la beamle at
arooeses 7I sad have latredu ed
the rIeey he&. 'It11 ar1at M T
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Truth I Two Paragraphs.
Prom the Leesbury Cammercial comes
the truth in two pararaphs:
"And now Stocktoo supporters are
claiming that Glichlriat is backed the
whikey element of the state. ITis I
for poltial effect oy and the very
Man who are tis know fll
weO that Mr. GU iist ked, adhe
ow"s MS eaadlaey to oooeIqu rta
no setof mnM. e reooeied lm .-
eat vote where beI beat amow a
ate wheh was not paid Mr.
and those who have known h fo
ears are loudest In their praise of his
noble ehaetr, devotio, to fa*t tes
ad lyalty tobil inb highest primal.
"We regrd Dunean U. Fletohesan
Wood's Aver MedicineM s for the re
lief of Malaria, Chills and lFPver wd all
allmets reeultatn from deragmad coa-
ditleoa of the Uver. kidneys aad blad-
der. Wood's Uver Madlclae is a toeal
to the liver and bowels, relieves elkir
haldache, eOasstpation. stomaeh, kid-
ay ad liver disorders and aets as a
-atle laUvtlm It Is the Ideal Wamdy
gor uate ead wkneaa Its teale
alectso a the system fslt with
the *rat dcev. The $1Od las gemita
Early 1 1.3 times the uMatty I tes
e. alaIs. 1e Inald erm. Pleasat to
to. OeW Drug sare.M (a so ~).

Vote for



Wm. CHILD. ,g0. W. CHILD.

We are unusually well equipped to patrons
the verybet service in all lines of buil on us
if you are contemplating any kind of building ,-e can
Oave you money.
Kilned Dressed Lumber, Moildigs. Tunid Col-
nwas, Brackets and all kindb of Noveltie made to Iwier.

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The readers of this paper will be
JOni 6. COLLIN, raML her. pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that slcen e ha.
PPULSHeD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. been able to cure in all its stages, and
----- .- that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
Mr. Stocaton's Vastness. medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
Certain serious objections to making constitutional disease, requires a const-
Mr. Stockton governor of Florida have tutional treatment. all's Catarrh Cure
never been denied or answered by his s taken internally, acting direct upon
advocates. Summarized they are mas the blood andi mucous rfaces of the
follows: system, thereby destrong the founda-
First he is impulsive, impetuous, rash, tionof the disease, ving the pa--
and therefore likely to do things that tient strength by building up the
ought not to be done, things that might tution and assistmg nature in Its
seriously and injuriously affect the in. work. The propretors hav4eW much
terest of the entire state. faith in its curative powea at they
Second, he is and always has been a offer One Hundred Dollas r fny ease
bitter partisan, a fact admitted by his that it fails to cure. SM for list of
most persistent supporter, the Talla- testiumonial s. ,, .
hassee Sun, which recently said that Address F. J. CHENY & CO., To-
this characteristic had in times past led loedo,.-Ohio.
him to say and do things that should Sold by all drugists, 76c. Aug. 16-tf.
not have been said or done. This one cSC -
defect of character should alone be suf- Carc motde.
ficient to cause a patriotic people to re- ft M X. Church. South. L S. Pattermon.
ject him at the polls, for such a man as s Sun stL"s m." 72 ePn.r.
_- _--. ... -.-.. l.i. u" ..... u|;IA| *.. J_-_.,_W L4jrue, L.00 p. m. n Senior p-
governor would be very likely to stir eta Lee 4.00 All manbe rMustad
up strife and dissension throughout the toattmd. e pub c and strangers spially in-
state. vttd to worshi with us.
Third, his supporters boast of his in- P* Ne a Chumh. H R. Wmn. H. Ziegler. P-
which is a good trait -< < 3sator.R t seW v ies at 11 o'clock a. m.. and at
dependence, which is a good trait in 7 '0 ockek p. a. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.
some men, but a bad one in Mr. Stock- Midweek services on Wednesday evening at 7:0
ton. as was shown some years ago by P. mi.
his bolting the Democratic nominations First BPtt Churcha. R w. J. .-Pruet. Pasor. I
iServices: Sunday at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: Bible
in Duval county and running as an in- school.9a.n_;unior B. Y.P. U.4o'clockp. m.;
dependent candidate for the le nature. Senior Y. P. U.. Friday at 6:30 p. m.; Prayer and
More recently, this characteristic ap- Prai e Wednesday evening at 7:30 p: .
peared in his letter to Judge Stewart, .... .....weloo.
LrSt John's Episcopa Church, Rev. Charles Mar-
of DeLand, in which Mr. Stoton said tin Niles Rector. Serves: Sunday and Holy days.
In effect that, that unless the results ho emunion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday. 11 a.nm.
were dissatisfactory to him he would Wr7 .7P. m.Fr8 pF .m. sr Michael's
not appoint county officers in compli- o. Services: Sundays, 4 p. n FrMidays.430
not apot count officersIn compli- ..M.
ance with the wishes of the people as Christian held every Sun-
expressed in primary election. We day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wednesday evening at
submit that this kind of independence 9 o'clock p. m.. in the front room. second story, of
is very ot onabl e. ----- the building east of the postoffice. This room is
iS very objectionable. also used as a Christian Science reading room.
Fourth, Mr. Stockton belongs to the and is open daily except Sundays and Friday
faction of which Governor Broward is afternoons between the ours of 0 and 12 o'clock
sd s al m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
a conspicuous member, an is in cordial invited. The Sunday Schoolis held Sunday morn-
accord with him on the politics of that ins from 10 to 10o:.
faction, and he may be depended on to
persist in carrying them out These JULIUS SALOnON GRATEFUL.
policies, as we have seen, have result-
ed in an increase of taxes, the whole- P o V T Dfae
sale pardoning of criminals, outright Proud of Bls Vete Theugh Defeated
gifts of $5,000 fees of the people, s -Will Rus Two Tears Hence.
money to favored lawyers, contemptu-
ous disregard of the rmuts of county Julius Salomon, of Tallahassee, who
primaries and the recommendations of was defeated in the late primary for
county committees, neglect of official railroad commissioner, desires, through
duties at Tallahassee, the perfecting of the Metropolis to cordially thank all
Sstate political "machine' and other those friends who voted for him on May
highly objectionable features, which 19th. Mr. Salomon says, though de-
are repugnant to the wishes and spirits feated he is proud of the fact that in
of the patriotic and progressive people Duval county where he married, he got
of Florida. the largest vote over his three oppon-
Fifth, as is well known, Mr. Sto'.tcn ents. In Jefferson, Leon and Jackson C
is the implicable political foe of Senatorcounties, where e lived at different
Taliaferro and Congressman Clark; and periods, he led his opponents, which N
should he be chosen Governor, there speaks volumes as to how he was ap-
would be no harmony, no co-operation preheated where known.
between him and our re tves at The total vote received by the candi-
Washington. Indeed, bitter parti- dates for railroad commissioner was as
san spirit would betray him into efforts follows according to the official canvas:
to discredit them by trying to thwart Royal C unn5,182, W. K. Jackson
their ans and purpoein Washington 10,411, Julius Salomon 9,596, E. W. Ir-
are r-u e juryupon Florida. Ifw l in 6,443,
we want our State to otinue to re- Mr. Salomon ays he is working
eeive blessings from the national gov- for W. K. Jackson's election for rail-
erment, there must be harmony be- road commissioner, because, he says,
tween our Governor sad our members Mr. Jackson represented the same prin-
of Congress, and this nmot be if Mr. ciples he does. Mr. Jackson is a resi-
Stockton is made Governor dent of Lakeland, Fla. Mr. Salomon
Sixth, those who know Mr. Stockton says he intends to become a candidate
best, and are, therefore better judges for railroad commissioner two years
than all others of h e aracte, his hence. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
fiteas and qualification, his neighbors C el to 1est -
in his home ward of JacTimvlflle and of T
his home county of Du"i, by their Theof the reunion of the
votes virtually advise the people of United Coederste Veterans for June
Florida not to make him Goernor. In 9th, 10th and 11th, at Bir is
the late primary, they gave a majority just out. ItisnoticAd thst Colonel E.t
of 158 a-inst him in his homeward ., of Mobil Ala, is the first
a majority of 1,68 it in ikr on the afternoon of the 9th,
home county. Would an soni*r theme not beig named. Immedi-
regrd that vote asrec Simmm tion lately following him comes Judge A. 0.
Stockton's personal selfishnessi his "The Uoeoderate NAVY, the Part ltf
political degn, we might prent in Took in the Civil War." The foreoon
detail the successful scheme 5 imelf wil be devoted to addresses of wel-
and his lose allies, where they control come and respomes. That even g will
the financial affairs of J ,dle be devoted to recep ad o erts.
Mr. Stockton gets the be tr- and is On Wednerday the reunion will get
given pecuniary advantages that would down to work, and devote the forenoon
not be bestowed upon bany .tid o th reports of committee and other
of his itical circle whie is sted- buin wiel. The afteroo wil be taken
eratoe, Mr. J. M. .ar, ad this up withranshlngp n iihed bness,
of Jacksonville; and we h Justiy o'clock when the floral pard takes
Sfrom this that the polish plae, under the aupies of the So of

of State fnanei for benefit of at the Hippodrome and one at the the-
themselves and their lm-MDiate allies. aTre. th. grAnd *
But the six objections given above On Thursday morning the grand pa-
which have never be- smverjd iJ rade will take place, in which 10000 o
most ardent advocate, ought to be or ridin. The will conluide
suffiient to convince anyone having ilith al nmthe auditorium, unde

the true interests of the State at heart auspices orP t u v. ,. .-me a
that it would be a very grave mistake tropolis. f
indeed to elect Mr. Stdcton Governor Vote For W. I. Jackl. I
of Florida.
On the other not a single one Lakeland, Fla., May 29, 1906,
of the above tonscan be urged Mr. Julius Salomon:
against Genera rit, whose neigh- MY DzAR SIR AND FRIEND:-I am T
bors know him to be a high-toned, hon- st in recent ofyour telrm advis-
orable gentleman, with no seWh nds mngn me that lam in the second primary, vi
in viewo-a man, wheo notwithan with Mr. Donn. I thank you very much "
the outrageous slanders now being eir- for your cosideration. Knowmg as I
culated against him, cannot be swerved do thatyonhave at heart the interest
from aeourse of rectitde andearnest of you fellow citizen of the state and
devotion to the interests of the State callyw of your strong personal i
by all his friends put together, much tdal over the stat e ad as I have
less by the keepers of bar-rooms and e sw es and read yourlit-
the agents of corporatims. These h oa d u
Ithe agents of cor t hi p erature and do heartily endorse and ap-
le. if they are him, are do- prove ev oiy enanciated by you,
n so because 1 v prove every policy enunciated by you, T
so because tb ow him to be a id would I elected do my utmost to
fair, just, man, and It is an ando N
infar, just, as, ad it ithey will carry out to the letter your motto .
mfE L s l-ZusW justice s to allsaSd alprivil- s
control him.. t Gorda Herald, edge to none." I now seii vak "
June 4th. edge to none. I now earnestly ask
~June 4th. ^-_ ~your hearty mpport and great.fluece
Bees L eACve Cough Syrup recomi- inmy behalf. Your Fri
mended by Mothers for young and old; W. K. JAC.IOW.
Ie prompt rellef for coughs, colds, If I was a member of the sans-
croup, hoarseness, whooping-cough. Sion I woUM evW lea IS S
Gentle laMative ad pleamat to take. t th good P9 l wof et i a
. Cobb's Drug 0 o tae. pel of etherff e s
L.^B~llS~kS~siof do^ at"9WlWS

Eye Specialists.
Home Offce upstairs In West Build-
Ing, Corner Bay sad Laura Streets,
Jacksonville, Fla.


Extra Kentucky Stock,










Merchant Tailor.

Oadsg Pam= Haes


Makes Them New.


Dr. Armstrong will personally make
professional visits to Tallahassee the
first Monday of each month. Those I
wishing scientific service by the most
modern method in overcoming all forms
of eye troubles or reflex complications;
headache, nervousnessand many forms
of chronic troubles, should see him.,
Office at Hotel bloxham, one day only.
Next visit July 6th.



For Sale I

3 Four Horse Wagons.
At Reasonable Prices.

Apply to

W. H. Adkinson.

For Sale!

A few small farms. improved
and unimproved, in good locaHi-

ties. Apply to

Lloyd, Florida.

F. B. BYRD & CO.

Uways Hmai [the P.rt
OaW amt C1c6%s CO-


On Bronash street, nice lot, feed
oom and ofand two stallUs in same,
md MIhane room, two blocks
rom Mowroe street. Apply at this
Mece 7
For the next sixty day we will make
liberal discounton all spot cash orders
or floosi, eellinf and novelty siding.
t will pay you to nvestat. os.
8-tf GU BOS.

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A Money-Maker for Aents
William Jeminss Dryan
S76 ImperialOctavo W. L. 251 Sp, or
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KN-nMda him trip eun" te weod Mod
at 8tore o G bok ta
v8-t monm & Darus Co. (aeo thp.
neo PeeW fteUMM ina 4 Iuhe.
We wbat two or thre men in seh-
nty to "AcM eOutit.adv
Ageo's r P. 8df Uifty euta to
ao, 08it Mlin d Mhanding.
TMe TheosM he s~Co., StL to, Mo.

Made and put in place by an UIPUT.
Guaranteed to stay together and work
well, finished ay color desired Priem
reanableQVUAllTT euualdkmd.
Leae orderwith W. L. MarsbaH, or
at tore of
-tf QGLuoau x& DAvIS Co. (Incorp.

We want two or threemen in each
county to plowe eatalogi-O and adver-
tis our Famiy Union DepWrt-
mark $1&00 per Salary witop.
p-rtalty fern oato. -eeosioms. Per-

Alo Clanw andl:ts

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Kindsof Hats.

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Pressing Clothes a Spedali


Tinanig, Pmb

Sheet-Metal WM

All work

in the llne of

Roofing, Guttering, Spot-
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Phone 41 or see


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Panacea Springs Hotel


J. 1. LANOSTON, Lessee and M'gr.

Mrs. Morgan is again in charge of Hotel and Tables.

Springs and House generally overhauled and
new concrete Spring Bathing Pool 30X80 feet
completed. Splendid bathing, good fishing and
plenty of Motor Boats. Motor power will carry
the tram cars to Panacea from Sopchoppy, in ad-
dition to comfortable teams.
For quiet, rest and recreation, Panacea is the
best on the Gulf Coast.

Write for terms at once.



,DI OC ATe* Is caused by stagnation of the liver and
auIm.i L r wr. bowels. To get rid of It and headache
aa bliousnesend biliousness and the poison that
,.z N W brings jaundice, take Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the reliable purifieors that do
the work without grinding or grip-
P OMUIAL ITMS. ing. 25 cents at all druggsts 5
N.- M Doffi The many warm Tallahassee friends
N. ans Detist, office of General and Mrs. Clifford Fostor are
st to to h offce, exceedingly sorry that the time has
28t come for them to return to their home
of attractive adver- m St. Augustine, in which city the mil-
reding mat- itary stores of the state will hereafter
Paper ad then be kept. This arrangement, of course,
other wth request for necessitates the removal of the Adju-
tant General and his staff.
W. Manning go to Mrs. N. A. Riggins, of Lakland, and
athe latter partof the Mrs. John F. Darracott, of Port Tam-
il remaain there for some pa, left for their respective homes the
*1 be constant visitors to early part of the week. The ladies are
They will be Joined there commencement guests of Professor and
Mrs. Manning and Miss Marie Mrs. Arthur Williams, and were de-
.-Jacksonville Metropolis, 3d. lighted with Tallahasse and the college.
Stamps are timesavers, we Mrs. S. Joyce, Clearmont, N. H.,
writes: "About a year ago I bought two
at e news comes t bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy. It
patat enoa M. newsacometo cured me of a severe case of kidney
Ispeople that Mr. Haywardth trouble of several years standing. It
s greatly improvnmgm eath certainly is a grand, good medicine and
hospital and the brightest I heartily recommend it." For sale by
are held out for his entire re- all druggists.
Sand his hosts of Tallahassee a d
.n rejoice with his people. Frank C. Keene, George Amos, Her-
Sboy arrived to bless the homebert Felkel, John David Cay, Horace
a. boy arrived to bless the home VanBrunt, and Milford Levy are among
Frid. and Mrsght. Warring Walker ouroung men who have returned this
SrI( ay night. week to spend their summer holidays.
r. F. Phillips leaves today for a After an absence of many years, Mr.
the's v ft to Eulonia, South Caro- John Gallie, who now resides in Tampa,
made his old home and Tallahasseean
high wind of Saturday last in- friends a several days pleasant visit
some fine growing tobacco for D. and returned to Tampa, Monday.
Lowry. Mr. William Smith, uncle of the ed-
V. F. Bags returned yesterday itor's wife, visited his old-time Quincy
a week's visit with her mother in and Tallahassee friends last week and
labassee. Live Oak Democrat. returned to Tampa, Tuesday, where he
John C. Trice, Mr. T. H. Hall now resides with with his son, Mr. Nix-
Mr. Hayward Hall were up from on Smith.
t Panacea Springs yesterday and Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a poul-
it very pleasant and comfortable twice. Quick relief for bites and stings
now, with quite a large number of insects, chapped skin, cuts, burns
Many improvements have and sores, tan and sunburn. Cobb's
made there and others are being Drug Store. (3to Aug.)
Rumor has it that there's trouble in
J.Edgar Wilson Presiding El- the Broward-Stockton camp that Mr.
r o the Tallahassee bDistrict, called Broward was willing to trade off the
1the Democrat office this morning a Governorship to Mr. Gilchrist if he
W nmomwP e He is looking well, and could get the Senatorship; that Mr.
aing his work vigorously. He was Gilchrist and his friends preferred to
IMN way down into Levy county, the let the people settle it, and refused to
t5r extremity of his territory.- consider the proposition ; that the rail-
=S Oak Democrat. road lines, except the Florida East
R.berStamps made to order at Coast, will support Mr. Broward and
0 ele. Stockton. These are rumors and there
SiRev.L. N. Goodwin, Rector of is a heap of truth in them. These peo-
6Jan's Church will gve a lecture at pie-the three friends-are trying to
Club House, at nine o'clock ool the masses again.-- Lake City In-
of the tenth for the dex.
9itjr Club. There will be dane- Pineules for the kidneys, 30 days'
Ui sato after the lecture, trial $1.00. Guaranteed. Act directly
ordially invited, and the on the kidneys and bring relief in the I
tte asks the hearty co- first dose for backache, rheumatic
of both the members and the pains, kidney and bladder trouble. In-
Prise of admissioS, 80 cents. visorate the enUre system. Cobb's Drug
tMl board of Leon County Commis- Store. (I to Aug).
Were in session Tuesday and Dr. Armstrong can always be seen at
the business for the month. the Bloxham the first Monday of the
glmtlemen have been active and month. 15-tf
=ais performing their duties, and Mr. William Duncan an aged citizen ,
atEa are expressed at their and old veteran of the Confederacy, died t
fbrokMen 1the recent pri- in this city on the 22d day of May. He g
by te retirement of Hon. C. was 76 years old and the last surviving
al uthaet eM Lhe p tsen rm, brother of Mr. Joshua Duncan.
a suciessor to him. An ex Ex-Gover Francis P. Fleming is in
Ms nwillgo off theboardtobe thecityon business with the Supreme
fd by another good man. Court.
przt tod half- "ad in Thompon B. Lamar Camp, Confed-
K f t. 1erte Veterans, celebrated the one- .
rsiW Flethes r on.m& hundredth birthday of Hon. Jefferson
i n -UKstate#nN oworthi Davis at the Assembly Hall Wednesday
pi'tio- he sea, No man afternoon at 5:0 o'clock. TherewereI
as is more able to fill in a wor- seral short addresses by prominent a
able memer the office of citizens and other appropriate services, l
Senator. neis aman of & inwhcih the Unitel Daughters of the
attainments and his life as a Cnfederaey took part.
iMias Uriht citisea is as nearly W. R. Ward, of Dyersburg, Tenn.,
trepse~hsas most mortal men. writes: "This Ie to certify that I have C
vho are not in sympathy with his used Foley's Ortno Laxative for chron.
make no attempt to charge 1c conspation, and it has proven I
evil, and they know be without a doubt to be a thorough prac- c
l-cy competent to represent us ticeal remedy for this trouble, and It I
i the United States. is with pleasure I offer my conscilen- i
I Marion Bowen, a charming tious reference." For sale at all drug a
M lady of Tallshamssee, returned to store.. I
aeme yesterday, after a very pleas- John G. Collins, editor and proprietor t
vilt of a week or ten days to Mrs. of the Tallahassee True Democrat, an- t
P. Mills, of this eity.-Live Oak nounces in the last number of that pa-
eMat. per that he has decided to sell it, with
b. P. Mills left Saturday noon j ob printing office attached, if he
m-aseee, where she was caled can made a quick sale at a reasonable c
b ide of her sisterM, Mssa price*, and retire to a quiet, out-door ,
I who is quite ilL-'ive Oak ile. This iste not the frst timnel-beslth s
eaa as in the present case, has compelle s
he Jer mee m tintg S a- Mr. Collins to retire from newspaper
ftap s.verbl pblicaton. Editor Colli will be very
iSiv__a G,._ was0 mesh mised from the editorit ranks,
Iad a on the tops should he retire again.-Short-Talks,
Akm.~ .' f '' T.-U. Ovwer a year's wrestle with La t

ealo reiad Lools Pi TGripe a v ad dive pecu- .
Vwer sedA aTrities, ha put most oat' ,
bw KatB,% An but we am hopeful yet and try to as gi
a Brttiae rw heherfl as a felMowcambe under such A
e M*n* weetl DeWtWs Kidaey aad Bladder Pills t
d a he are prompt and theorsgh aad will la k
no Iaeted wL "To Brin a very shot tre stianMthethhe wfak $1
t p.Of" iTlhat cim2 o ed kidneys aad allay troubles art (
a ted me is from i mmaties e the bladder.
i Fae Wok They are reemmMded everywhere.
l the e LIrUT Sold by all drgists.
-h thems TIM aebt meeting of the Tallahasse yg
.04 Mat .aCMh Maes Club wli be heMld at the Leea n
a -..Ii J lleIat so / iD
:aezMn t Sunday aft- deeird. i
The Tallss Tree Demoerat utges l
S ee Uis. thata&bbdNIfeshoaMId be spare fM

.l E hb ne emay be e gd a
waethl plk-a kl a ftwe kew am et." O
tA o W have don t ed os pe n b Ot aln
d -m e .,

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aS a a s

The centennial anniversary of the
birth of the great leader of the Con-
federacy was celebrated Wednesday
afternoon at the hall of representatives.
According to previous announcements
an appropriate program of o and
speech had been arranged, and a pleas-
ant and instructive hour was spent in
reviewing the noble characteristics of
the hero-martyr, whose patient, cheer-
ful fortitude, and collosal self-sacri-
afe entitles him to the most exalted
place in the affections of his fellow-
Commissioner Burr, after few words
of reverent homage to the memory of
the president, introduced the following
speakers: Justice Hocker, of the Su-
preme Bench, J. L. Billingsley, secre-
tary to Attorney General Ellis, Hon.
Fred T. Myers and Hon. George P.
Raney. All of these grew eloquent in
their portrayal of the grandeur to
which human character can attain when
underlaid by those high aspirations and
incorruptible principles which formed
the enduring foundations upon which
President Davis, with painstaking care,
miulded the superstructure of his own
mntarnished life.

Thursday, under the able supervision
of Miss Williams, the librarian, the
David S. Walker Library was mad&
brilliantly attractive with decorations
of green and yellow. Flowers. arranged
n vases, and graceful potted plants
laced about the room, gave It quite
t festwe air, and called forth frequent
xpessUons of pleasure from the many
friends of the library, who gathered
here in the afternoon.
In a corner a prettily'.adorned table
Vas set, the chlef ornament of which
rere two Immense glass bowls kept
constantly filled with orange and lemon
herbet for distribution among the
eats. This delicious refreshment was
arved by a bevy of pretty young girls,
nd seemed especially to find favor
'ith the gentlemen who were present.
The freewill offering was generqas,
ad the occasion, as a whole, a great

Pineules for backache, little golden
lobules, easy and pleasant to take.
ct directly on the kidneys, purity the
blood and Inavigorate the entire sye-
,m. Beet for bacnkbhe, lame baek.
Idneys and bladder. 80 days' trial
1.00. Guaranteed. Cobb's Drug Store.
I to Aug).

A pretty entertalament was given
mterday afterasoa oa tha. lawn in
mat of Dr. Ausley's resideac, by
o ladlen of the Presbyterian church.
ibles made dainty wab pretty eaSer-
ese of draw work and vase t
rely owert, w placed about thaS
w an a around thea gathered Oer"
larle. gwentlmea ad chlldro, ft
ritake o the iee cream, akeM sa
Miles that were served. lIde tea
a, was to be had, sad sandwlatWes
r tho of the masculine SIemet w,
raed the mer mualae re nait
A eoly es was MatteK "WtUW
-d ftr 0 benses adas shoef,
Aw- -W- W-

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Miss Julia Nims and Miss Bidnvy
Goos, of Tallahassee, spent last Bun-
day and Monday In our town the guests
of Mrs. J. K. Baker.
Rev. Mr. Patterson, of Tallahassee,
delivered two sermons Saturday and
two sermons Sunday to our people at
the Baptist church. The services were
well attended and the sermons excel-
lent. May we have many more such
meetings ere the close of i 8.-4Gulf
Coast Breeze, 6th.
T.-U. PhMU pher.
There is plenty of goodness in this
old world of ours, only people do not
seem to talk about it.
Love is what leads a man to kiss a
woman aOd not mind the taste of pow-
It is funny to hear a gum-chewing
woman grawng about me. who use to-

The heavy vote cast for H. Clay
Crawford in the Grit primary 4,016
a decided a"at to that ClW*
mas. The hiet man, W. M
Bollowayz 4A ,5 Neither of these
loffesItloA and that so
many of the o overcame what
mees to be te tnn of the vot
to a over s es ees i whib a
=es offet n d Mm lwm that both
Sthemaha ftia the stat* s
-T.-V. FMrtTwf I

In an editoilB headed "our candi-
date, the West Citisen pays the
following bute to Jeffersu B.
Browne, for governor in the
first primary: '_. Jefferan B.
Browne Key Wtte for gov-
ernor, did not t votes to
get into the M ad be
must tira fa race. oHe Ones
out of it with a of having sade
the most d gi empsc ever made
in the stat arena bea satisfied
wi th the r than if be ad won
after a of mad .
Browne W i oz wow
men of the to ad wi yet take a
Prominent E la poas."
"I have pleatedd a twenty
rear sentea6e, by B ekles's
Lrna ahve, at bleed-
ng piles just B a, write
). S. Woolever, f e, N. Y.
Bucklen's Aranma the worst
ores, bolls, burns, and cuts In
he shortet time. XI at all drug-
Arsts. -^ 6

We esa .give ee s
-a -a we have a l "
wm itoa Get ow

One of the moet joyable evenings
that has been spent m Tallahasseee N-
cently, by those who wereprivieged to
attend, was the church recentt 0' of
the First Baptist Church eof, lty,
to welcome the nw members wlavT
recently united with the ehureh. '
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. W"
Rughley, on College Hill, was
open to receive the guests on this ocsa-
sion. It was held on Tuesday evenfli
from seven to ten o'clock. Those who
were to receive the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Rughle, Mr. and Mrs. Knott,
Mr. and Mrs. Holloway, Rev. J. B.
Pruitt, Miss Clem Hampton, Miss Anne
McQueen, Mr. D. R. Cox and Prof.
Murphree. The house was decorated
with cut flowers and potted ferns.
Daisies and roses predominating in the
parlors. When one first entered it
brought to mind the days of our youth
when we anxiously pulled the pretty
daisy petals to find out our fortune s.
Itefreshments were served by the younr
ladies and the bright faced little girls
in the dining room which was a bower
of beauty, the decoration being in gold-
en and green and every pretty sunflow-
er face seemed to nod a happy welcome
to each guest in turn. The church pos-
sesses much of the best music in the
city and sweet music was one of the
enjoyable features of the evening. Too
much cannot be said in praise of Mr.
and Mrs. Rughley as host and hostess,
also Mr. and Mrs. Bell who have come
to make their home among us, and
whose presence contributed much to
the evenings entertainment.
just exactly the cause of your rheuma-
tism, but you know you have it. Do
you know thia Ballard's Snow Liniment
will cure Ittr-relleves the pain-re-
duces the swelling and limbers the
Joints and muscles so that you will be
as active and as well as you ever were.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00. Hardee-Smith
Returns Thanks.
MR. EDITOR:--I desire space in your
columns to express sincerest thanks to
the kind friends who so warmly sup-
ported me in the recent primary. It is
most gratifying to me to go in with
such a handsome majority and I pledge
them my word to do all that can be
done to further the public school inter-
ests of Leon county. Respectfully,
The Jefferson Davis Centemalal Cel-

Professor L. W. Buchholz, who has
filled the Chair of Philosophy and Ped-
agogy in the State College since the
year 1901. has resigned this position to
assume the duties of Superintendeat
of Public Instruction of Hillsborouch
County, to which position be was elect-
ed In the recent primary
It Is with exceeding great regret
that the friends of the Woman's Col-
lsge aOftei plate the departure of this
faithful sa most efficient teacher In
one of the most important departments
of the institution. The Stte Board
of Control, members of the faculty and
the students, all deplore W remoral.
He does not. however, intend going to
the scene of his new uthp uptil after
the coming term of the it Maer school
of which he will, as usual, have charge
Then the Professor will go to Tampa
for a short time of rest and prepare
tion for the important work to which
the people of Tampa have elected him.
Dean Buchholz will be succeeded by
Professor C. J. Hetwole, of Harrio-
burg, Virginia. Professor Hatwole is
a graduate of the Peabody Normal Col.
lege at Nashville, Tennessee, and since
his graduation has received an ad-
vanced degree from the Iniversity of
Virginia. This year he has completed
his two years of graduate study for the
degree of Bachelor of Phiosophy at
Columbia University, New York.
Professor Flatwole has specilited in
History and the Science and Art of
Education, and IP especially equipped
for the great worK of training teachers.
He has had a varied experience in all
forms of educational activity, from the
rural schools to the university. He is
well known in the State of Tennessee
as the former superintendent of city
schools at Morristown, and as lec-
turer at teachers' institutes in every
section of that State. This summer,
Professor Hatwole 1iat the head of the
department of education in thn sum-
mer school at the University of Vir-
The new member of the Faculty of
the College for W\umen is a man of ma-
ture age, and comes to Florida with
strong testimonials from leading edu-
cators of this country.

Last Friday. May 29th, was one of
the most interesting days of the season
for the ball boys. when the Woodville
ball boys went down to Crawfordville
to cross bats with the C. A. C. boys.
We had a fine game. Everything
went off smooth and nice. It was a flne
day for the game, and everybody seem-
ed to enjoy the game the best la the
world. The Woodville boys extend
their sincere thanks to the C. A. C.
boys for their kind and good hospital-
ity In the way they were treated, and
most profoundly to the fair girls of
Crawfordville for their beautiful songs
and their cheers for the C. A. .0. boys.
The only thing we regret Is that their
yells and cheers were all in vain for
the Woodville boys took the honor of
the game, the score being 3 to 1, to
Woodville's favor. The battery for
Crawfordville was Durrance. pitcher,
Forbes, catcher; for Woodville, Wil-
liams, pitcher, and Cooksey, catcher.
After the ball game the C. A. C. boys
had a big dance in the court house,
which our boys enjoyed equally as well
as the ball Bme, and some of the boys
enjoyed it better, for they got the
chance to dance with the fairest girls
of Crawfordville, which was a great
treat we will assure you.
The writer thinks that some of the
boys are anxious to go back to Craw-
fordville, but not to play ball. and the
ball boys will hall with joy the chance
to go back to that dear old place and
play ball again. We hope to have the
chance of returning the C. A. C. boys
kindness ain a short time now and hope
to see some of the Crawfordville girls
up here too, as some of us are as much
Interested in them as in the ball games,
if not more so. We will stop, thinking
Crawfordville agair for their kidane=
to us

* '<.*

Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. For sale by
all druggists. e
Mr. Joshua uncn,of ires, and
son made us a pleasant visit Tuesday.
FOR SALE-2 fresh cows. $25.00 each.
phone No. 8. P. O. Box 600. 5Ott
Mr, Griffith Wilson is again visiting
his boyhood home and Tallahassee
State Comptroller A. C. Croom and
son, Mr. W. C. Croom, of Tallaha-se,
are at the Duval.-Times-Union, 3rd.
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will e o-
tinue his father's insurance business. 4
Rev. W. H. Ziegler and wife aad
Prof. J. C. Calhonn and family are out-
ing at Panecia for a few days.
Mr. F. P. Woodward and family are
preparing to move back into their com-
fortable country home, just one mile
west of the city.
General W. B. Lamar and wife have
returned to Tallahassee from Monticello
where they accompanied the remains of
their mother for burial.
Mr. W. R. Grantham, a highly re-
spected confederate veteran, of Jeffer-
son county, and a good citizen died last
Haveyour horses shod at W. H. Ad-
kinson's shop, by a patheological and
scientific man, one who knows his bus-
iness and does it right 15tf
John N. C. Stockton is a jerky, nerv-
ous, irritable, firey and vindictive ma-
chine politician. He has always op-
posed Tallehassee on the capital re-
moval question, and would be a danger-
ous man in the governor's office.
A very interesting and friendly ame
of base bell was played between Talla-
hassee and Monticello nines last Thurs-
day the score being 5 to 4 in favor of
Talfahassee this time, and Brad hopes
the boys will keep the good work going
on and up.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Taylor and fam-
ily are back here again to live, much to
the pleasure of their many friends.
They will reside on Riverside avenue,
near Gilmore street, and Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar DeWitt wall have the other ap-
partment in the attractive residence. -
Times.Union, t&d.
Mr. George Miller, of Upper Leon
county, was in the city yesterday and
made the True Democrat a pleasent
visit. His son, Mr. George Miller, Jr.,
has graduated from law school and is
aga in in the Olaw office of Hon. Duncan
U. Fletcher at Jacksonville, which is a
guarantee that he be successful in his
chosen profees-e.
Dr. Armstrag says it is a disgrace
to be sick, to bve catarrb and to be
puny and no account. Learn to live
right and how to live and you will be
all right 14
Mr.and Mrs Walter S.McLin bre ht
their splendid Mtte son, of whom they
and all Tlashms are just proud,
owng to hi s little life having
been saved thecare of the very
best physicians attendants and an
infant incubator. ay the little gen-
tlemen grow up to be a good and use-
ful man, and a emnfort and blessing to
his parents, and to Floridians.
Have your hbse shod at W. H. Ad-
kinson's shop a patheological and
scientific 'she who knows his bus-
iness and da right 15ttf
"We regard Duncan U. Fletcher's
nom inat& r United States Senator
as assu~.VJque stionably the major-
ity of he s east for Beard and La-
mar wllfq to him in the second primary.
Goverwor Broward antagonisedall three
of theme gentlemen in his campaign,
and the coming primary the peop
will shew Gov. Broward that modsl/ng-
ingadtul e are no longer taken as
evidenselor fitness for office, and that
the maa resorts to such methods
of camnp cannot brow beat them
into eaIW their ballots for other than
men of t r choice."
Th beM~tiet te oel church -d ti er-
ames pe lt. eebg Joab Stecktea ml N.
B. ~ eas sumutIes thm dema-m
see pwe W l U. A their Nye At-
bet W. wal ns DmeM U. PitcbJwaie
prses -se am met better bteth r,-
pacts, .aidn h (Mrbdt m. Fletcher ar
their seldered fysm *e*ry mTm-
Mr. C. ladley is ow a licensed
embalmer a as charge of such work
at the undetking establishment of
Mrs. Pope.

House Comfort.

Is your house wired?

It not, Why not?

Our representative

will gladly call

on you.

And Its Comforts

Every light but Electricity
gives off smoke, and smoke
contains soot, which deposits
on your wall paper, curtains
and draperies.
Likewise the Electric Irons:
No fire to build, no smoke,
no heat except in the Iron,
where it is wanted--ready for
use in two minutes. Most
women prefer to iron their fine
shirt waists, handkerchiefs
and laces themselves, and the
Electric Iron is the only way
that it can be done with ease.


Office and Show Rooms
410 East Parke Avenue.


Store Comfort.

We Are Making Fine


on Wiring

Houses Now.


C 3 6 C|> It><< 0




sell at a tempting
ment you can make.


prices is the poorest invst-
It is an expensive economy.

Do Not Sell That Kind.

Ours are the dependable sort with the guaran-
tee of a strong concern behind them. And, too,
we are here to make good if anything should go
We sell all sorts of Vehicles. Have pleased
some mighty particular people, who discovered
we are satisfied with small profits.

-Have a Look In.



prices and terms than you are used to.
D. CAY Tallahassee,
9Y, Florida.

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