FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE
Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal justice to
aI eSenaco Gilchrist'
to Gorda Herald, 11th.)
ase to a call, a large number
assembled in the city hal
night last to protest against
nles being circulated ove
te against the Integrity of ou
fellow citizen, Gen. Albert W
meeting included the mayor, th
clerk, collector, treasurer, memr
of the council, leading member
all the churches and representative
all lines of business and industry.
motion, Judge Geo. W. McLane
was chosen chairman and R. K. Sewari
By Invitation of the chairman. A. P
Jordan explained the object of the meet
After discussion and many express
oSen of Indignation by those present re
guarding the outrageous assaults circu
Slated throughout the State against the
character of Gen. Gilchrist, a motion
was made and prevailed to appoint a
committee to draft and present suitable
resolutions expressing the sense and
feeling of the meeting. Accordingly
Messrs. Seward, Jordan, and C. G
Davis were appointed, and, after con
terring, reported the following resolu
tons, which were unanimously adopt
WHUzAs, Certain political faction
in Jacksonville and other points in
Florida have circulated broadcast an
caused to be published reports to th
effect that Albert W. Gilchrist, if elect
ed Governor of the State, will be con
trolled by the whisky interests and th
WH "sAL, These unscrupulous de
taners hqve gone so far in their ignomn
Imous misrepresentation of facts as to
deceive ministers of the gospel, an
have hired certain pastors In the city o
-Jacksonville to forsake their holi
pastoral duties and stump the State
repeating everywhere the falsehoods
. that have been Instilled into theil
S ]As, These political conp:-a
F r not only assailing unjustly the
.Integrity of one of Florida's nobles
fL but they will work for the State
k ,rble loss In encompassing his
Srfeat; therefore, be It
Se Oei, That we, the citizens o
Ponta Gorda, cannot ret pas unchal
lmnged statements so utterly at var
lance with the truth; that we brand
as a despicable falsehood the assertion
or the insinuation that Albert W. Gil
christ may be controlled or dictated to
by either the whisky interests or the
corporations; that, having been Inti
lately associated with him In the
overy-day affairs of life for many years
we know him to be an honorable, high
toned gentleman, unfaltering in his ad
herence to the principles of truth and
justice, and incapable of catering to
any clique or private interests; that
be is generous and charitable almost to
a adult, always eager to assist the
poor and worthy anywhere without os
tinatlon; that he tis ever temperate In
all things, and helped to rid Doto of01
licensed saloons; that he is honored
Sad respected, almost without except
OeW, by every person in the community
where he has made his home for the
past twenty years-Including ministers
af the gospel, the most ardent temper.
ate workers and as faithful Christian
men and women as ever advocated the
ase of morality and temperance; as
much cannot be said for his arrogant
olved, further, That the state-
monta published over the signature of
Claude L'Bngle In various papers of
the tote and paid for, doubts by J.
N. 0. Stockton, to the effect that the
whisky interests are spending fabulous
ama of money to aid Gilchbrlst's scan-
ddasy, Is political rot originated by the
evil brain of that most notorious of all
Florlda politicians, Stockton, and is
pblioahed and paid for solely for the
.,ujprpoOe of deceiving unsuspecting
votersr; that If, railway and telegraph
Employees, commercial men, and var-
tes employees of the great enterprises
of the State amre rallying to th so up-
prt of General Gllchrdst, It is beamus
they recognise In him the beat man for
tie high o@eo of Governor-an honest,
Whleouled gentleman who will be
hir and impartial to all Interests alike
S-enad net because they have been co-
#' by their employers; they vote
Oe Glbrigt for the same reason that
-a murder votes for Sock.
L e., the avera employee and
a know he has trust his Inter.
at Gflehrit, sad the murderer can
Sto Stookton or his pardon ust
- be lmbed to and ebtalsed his pari
S M ftum Browart la the past
f aMrther, That haTving been
nead a oars of General Oi.
blr a ag pre o tlm, and
baser with ery trat of hIsd
we ed that we are l a peal
$e0 atty M to a
SHOULD KNOW CONDITION.
Drainage of Glades Makes That Sec-
Claud K. Pascball, Waldo, Fla., in
8 Times-Union Forum gives some timely
facts in connection with Broward's
expensive scheme and farce:
Please allow mewhort space in your
r columns to corroborate what Mr.
1 Robert Kyle says about the draining of
t the Everglades, malaria, etc. I think
r everyone should know that they take
r an awful risk to their health to go to
. that section to live since the Ever-
glades are being drained. I went there
e last November in perfect health, didn't
I- want to feel any better than I did. I
B set in to raise a tomato crop. I had a
hard time with frost, etc. In Febru-
ary I had a chill that lasted two and
e one-half hours and a fever came on that
d stuck to me a week before I got better.
I could not eat a mouthful of anything.
As I had my crop well started I tried
to hang on and did, working under all
kinds of drawbacks, as I was weak and
sick most of the time. I had nearly
finished my crop when I again got very
Sasick and came to Waldo and went to
e bed next day and I never was so sick in
1 my life. Came near having congestion
a of the liver, caused by the condition of
e things at Ft. Lauderdale, on account
d of the drainage. The air there is simp-
ly poisonous. I would not go back
there and stay again if I had a guaran-
tee that I would clear a thousand dol-
lars per acre. 1 am still suffering with
t my system run down with malaria, but
am getting some better after a hard
s spell and doctor's bills in addition.
n Mr. Kyle is right and has told the
d plain, unvarnished truth, and I will
e say this much, if they persist in drain-
ing the Everglades It's going to be a
fearful expense of both life and money
e for doctor's bills and medicine, barring
the cost of drainage. I know some
young fellows who went there from
Georgia to truck and they were sick
o over half the time and left as soon as
d they could. My brother came down to
f see me and was there only about three
Y weeks and contracted chills. I think
condition of things are over there, for
s conditions os thing are over there for
r it is a sin for people to be fooled into
so much sickness. I am willing to
0 stand by every statement I've made,
e and I will also state that the red bugs,
t horse flies and other insects are a ter-
e ror, and what does money count
s against so much sickness and discom-
fort? If you go there to live now you
take a risk of one chance in ten to
cape with your life for the doctor
said if I had stayed a little longer I
would have died. I do not mean to say
Ft. Lauderdale was a death trap before
the drainage began, but I do say so
now. If all I've said is disbelieved,
e all I ask Is for you to go and see for
yourself, as I am not paid or even asked
e to write this. It's just a pure, humanl-
tartan interest, to save other poor fel-
lows of a hard life of sickness and risk.
I did make something on my crop.
but nothing compared to the risk it
Nature has provided the stomach
with certain natural fluids known as
the digestive Juices, and it is through
these Juices that the food we eat is
acted upon in such a way as to produce
the rich, red blood and thereby makes
us strong, healthy and robust, and it is
the weakening of these digestive Juices
that destroys health. It is our own fault
SIf we destroy our own health, and yet
It Is so easy for any one to put the
stomach out of order. When you need
to take something take it promptly, but
take something you know is reliable
*--omething like Kodol for Dyspopesia
a'od Indigestion. Kodol is pleasant to
take, it is reliable and guaranteed to
give relief. It is sold by all druggists.*
To the CMtes of Leem CeMty.
I desire to exprem to you my thanks
for the very large vote which I received
as a delegate to the National Demo-
cratice Convention, to be held at Deaver,
Colorado. I feel flattered Illy
and gratified that the ida of eeddea
umpleilge delegates found so many
mapporte. There are many thin to
he-daat the Convetlo besidesmol-
nating a Preldestal candidate, but it
seems that an ides prevails amongom e
that the only quulitilw for a dole-
gate i to tad "pat" frst, last and all
the time for eoe individual
I will appreslate your support in the
pry respetfoly 1
A. BLOUT, JU.
Pinesalve Oarbolised acts like a poul-
tics. Quick relief fr bites and stings
of iuects, chapped skia, cuts, burns
and ores, tan and aunbur. Oobb's
Drug tore. (Ste Aug.)
the ecative cbhar thfully and well,
and that he la mgshly wrthMy
of the suppoetf teh mt seveon
Chrietl as we s the meet earnest
ethom ases a dhat wo -
GOVERNOR vRL JM ,- GILCHRIST AS PRESIDING OFFICER.
RJEPLIES TO ALUiANC
Gilchrist Always Righ Tenad Benor-
Editor of the Times-Union:--There
have been occasions in other sections
of the country where ministers of the
Gospel have combined to use the office
of their sacred calling and their
churches to enter the arena of politics,
notably during the fanatical crusade
against slavery, which resulted in a
division of some of the churches, but,
so far as I am aware, we now have
the first innovation of such methods
in the fair State of Florida, as is man-
ifested in An Address to the God-fear-
ing People of Florida, sent out by pas-
tors of certain churches Jackson-
ville, in their endeavor tor- the in-
fluence of their churches dAf&eir of-
fices, dedicated to the wors^Bf God,
to secure the election of Mr. John N.
C. Stockton as Governor of Florida. Is
this because his opponent Is a man of
such corrupt and moral life as to call
forth the condemnation of the Christian
people? It would seem not, as they say.
"We do not wish to say one word
against the character of their candi-
Permit me in this connection to say
that I have known Gen. Gilchrist inti-
mately for approximately twenty years;
he was on my military staff as gov-
ernor; he was with me on various so-
cial occasions when temptations to ex-
cessive drinking were not lacking, yet
I never saw, knew or heard of Gen. Gil-
christ ever having been intemperate
in any sense of the word. He has al-
ways conducted himself as an honor-
able, high-toned gentleman and has al-
ways been a welcomed guest in my
More than a year ago, Gen. Gilchrist,
who had been repeatedly intrusted with
public office by the people of his county
who knew him best, announced his can-
didacy for governor. His record on the
saloon question was that under the con-
stitutional provision of local option in
his county, he voted against the sale
of liquor. The liquor question was
not injected Into the campaign until
Mr. Stockton afterwards came into the
race and declared for State prohibi-
tion. Was that from honest conviction?
Or was it because he thought it the
popular side? Those who have known
Mr. Stockton for many years longer
than the clerical alliance are best able
to reach a conclusion as to this. Gen.
qilchrist declared his adherence to the
Democratic doctrine of local option as
provided by the constitution, the fram-
ers of which included the ablest and
most highly honored men in the State.
Samuel Pasco. president, afterwards
United States Senator William A.
Blount, A. E. Maxwell, member of
congress. Confederate senator and
chief Justice of the supreme court; E.
M. Randall, chief justice of the supreme
court; W. H. Milton, son of Governor
Milton1 and father of the present Sena-
tor; L. W. Bethel, lleutenani governor;
R. F. Taylor, chief justice. and W. A.
Hocker, Justice of the supreme court;
John D. Broome, James F. McClellan
and John Malone, circuit judges; R. C.
Parkhill, John Westcott. A. L. Mc-
Caskill, John C. Richard, John B. John-
son, and William T. Weeks, and other
able and honored citizens of the State,
most of them gallant Confederate sold-
iers. If Gen. GlOtilchrist is to be con-
demned for his adherence to the con-
stitution, condemn the men who framed
it. many of whom fill honored graves
and have left honored names. Are we
to return in analogy to the appeal of
a "higher law" and the denunciation of
the constitution of the United States
as "a league with death and a cove-
nant of slavery?"
But. ay the cleric alliance, "Never
before in the history of Florida have
the representatives of the saloon Inter-
ests so openly defied the moral elements
of society and so boldly organized to
emiss control of the government of the
State and so many of the *ountis."
The limits of this article will not per
mit me to quote at length their "ad-
dress." Suffice to say they go em to ring
the changes on the support of Gon. Gil-
christ by the saloon Interests. They
appeal to the people to assist in pro '
testing our State from the clutches of
the saloon keepers.
They sayM "The Governor of Florida
should not be an ungrateful man" *
The candidate supported by the sa-
loon interests will owe hie section to
those who elect him, and must be grate-
ml to them." Without saying so in
words, the only logical deduction from
he above remarkable code ofat morals
which the clerical alliance easuclate
s that ift Ge. Gilchrist, amast whose
character they ay not a woro is elect
id 17 the Influaees of the saloon In-
erete, In. grateful recogawtism of such
mpport hbe should prostitute his hI
Aee. to reward them. I do 1 et s f
aribfe to aoh ethies. No matter by
hom b s elected, i betf asa bont
ma. as I knw GO. Gflamrit f be s
Mh wiMa ot a m b b. o i
bat let ans s, i the light f the last
rilma'y, whether It is trme that the
Resolutlies from House Journals oef
1J05 Very Complmentary.
The following documentary evidence
from the journals of the House of Rep-
resentatives, session 1905, fully refutes
the charTge sent out from Tallahassee
by Mr. L'Eg.le, that Hon. Albert W.
Gllchrist was an undignified presiding
HousE RESOLtfUTN No. 101
RESOLVED by the House of Repre-
sentatives, That the thanks of this.
body are hereby tendered to Hon. Al-
bert W. Gilchrist for the at ie, dignified
and impartial manner in which he has
presided over its deliberations, and also
to the Chief Clerk and other attaches
for the satisfactory manner in which
they have discharged the various duties
Mr. Dorman moved the adoption of
Which was unanimously agreed to.
The tobacco farmers along the G. F.
& A., from Bainbridge to Tallahassee
are now more interested in taking care
of their fine crop than they are in any
kind of politics. By the way, that
stretch of country is one of the rishest,
agriculturally speaking, in the world.--
Bainbridge Searchlight. We will take
time to go out and vote for Gilchrist
and Fletcher, over on the Florida side,
however, on the 16th, because the gen-
eral best interest of the. whole State
needs it and demands it. The machine
politics and politicians have piled up
tax burdens until the people fee the
great necessity of "chopping them out."
Their days of abuse in Florida is near
large vote of Gen. Gilchrist is due prin-
cipally to the Influence of the saloon
interests. Of the dry counties Gilchrist
carried 18 and Stockton 17. Was the sa-
loon interest sufficient to carry the
the counties for Gilchrist in which
there were no saloons? Stockton car-
ried three of the nine wet counties.
How do they account for that on the
saloon Influence theory? While Gil-
christ led Stockton in Monroe, a wet
county, he got only 217 votes as against
960 cast for the two prohibition can-
I do not know how many saloon keep-
ers there are in the State, I believe 500
is a full estimate. Many of the saloon
keepers are men of but little influence.
Is it to that small class that Gen.
Gilchrist owes his great vote 23,248?
Nearly one-half of the entire primary
vote. Such a claim by the clerical al-
liance is not only absurd but an Inaolt
to the intelligence and honesty of the
Democrats of the State, and shows
their utter Ignorance of the political
situation into which they have so reck-
lessly thrust themselves.
One of this clerical alliance. Rev. J.
W. Bigham, who, I am informed, is a
recent importation from Kentucky, not
satisfied with Joining his brethren in
their written appeal to the people, has
seen fit to take the stump for his can-
didate, Mr. Stockton, and is reported
to have said in reference to Duval
county, "Gen. Gilchrist carried that
county by the vote of the saloon bums,
those who lapped the filth from the
gutter, and by grafters." In which of
these classes does he place the large
number of Christian gentlemen of his
own congregation and of the congrega-
tion of his other brother pastors, who
voted for Gen. Gilchrist.
In the first primary of 1904,when Mr.
Stockton ran against Senator Talia-
ferro for the United States senate, Tal-
lalefro received In Duval county 1,106
more votes than Stockton. There was
no suggestion of a liquor question In
that campaign, and if there had been
there was no reason why Senator Talia-
ferroqwho for half a century had never
dranm liquor, should have commanded
the support of the liquor element. The
proportionate vote of Gilchrist as
against Stockton In this county at the
last primary was but little In excess of
that as stated in 1904. Why then, is
this vote the result of saloon influence?
Judging by the past, It Is not more reas-
onably accounted for by the estimate of
Mr. Stockton by the people who knew
him best, have known him for years,
and have not forgotten among other
things his political record in leading in-
lependent movements against the nomi-
nees of the Democratic party ,in one of
which he secured his election to the
The clerical alliance protest that
-any of them are neither politicians
nor partisans. By what right then do
they Inject themselves into the partisan
primary to control a Democratic nomi-
nation? They declare for Stockton, a
prohibitionist Would It not be well
for them and their candidate, who ap-
pear to be so alarmed that the saloon
nalence will Nise control of the State
tovernmeat to coanet theieelve with
the prohibtlIon party, which I am in-
oried has am orgMalausta in this
State. instead of trying to Inject lato
this Demoratle primary the tord
mee of prohibtio, which eak only be
ud ~~1W a 6asttutioma "-a "mest
e veto power
PRANCIS P. FLMING. -
Iacksonvvlle, June 6.
His Latest Pamphlet One a i Inaccn.
The chief characteristic of Governor
Broward's latest pamphlet entitled
"Absolute Facts Regarding Duncan U.
Fletcher," is the absence of fact, "ab-
solute" or otherwise. His restatement
I of the Fernandina Board of Trade mat-
ter is nearly as far from truth as the
first statement, and in proof of what I
say I insert a letter from the Chairman
of the State Executive Democratic
Committee, Hon. Arthur T. Williams,
who does not speak from hearsay as
does my opponent, but from personal
Arthur T. Williams, Real Estate Bro-
ker, 108 Main St., Room 3, Jackson-
May 1st, 1908.
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, City:
Dear Sir-Referring to your request
that I give you the facts as I remember
them in relation to your appearance be-
fore the Railroad Commission at the
hearing on the question of adjustment
of phosphate rates between Fernandina.
and Savannah, I would say : My reeol-
lection is that the Fernandina Board of
Trade contended that phosphate rates
from the mines to Fernandina as com-
pared with the rates from the mines to
Savannah were unjust and discriminated
Zaainst Fernandina. The Fernandina
Board of Trade requested the co-opera-
tion of the Jacksonville Board of Trade
in an effort to have an equitable adjust-
ment of these rates, and at the hearing
in Talahassee, you appeared with
President Garner, of the Jacksonville
Board of ?Tade, and in the statement
you made before the Commission you
stated that you appeared in the interest
of the city of Jacksonville in the mat-
ter. I did not understand that you
were opposed to the reduction in phoo-
phste rates, and I do not see how the
report that you appeared for the rail-
roads could have originated, because
there wa certainly nothing that you
said or that took place at the hearmg
that would have in the most remote de-
gree, indicated that you appeared in be-
half of the railroads.
Yours very truly,
ARWHUR T. WILLIAMS.
NO PROMIB8S MADE OR A8KXD FOR.
Under the head of "Violated Prom-
ise" Govdnor Broward states that he
did not suanrt me for Chairman of the
State Co ttee until I had "most
positively red a number of gentlk-
men" cr3 things. This is wholly
untrue, sad here again he speaks from
what some ~ told him, not from per-
sonal knowledge, otherwise he would
not have made such a statement The
facts a that some friends urged me
to stead lf the Chairmanship of the
ComN ~e I did not favor the idea
and ws more than indifferent. Upon
bte further urged, I stated that I
tsm-bt N. B. Broward, who has been
d Zd the nominee for Governor,
eI to name the Chairman. These
stated that he wanted me, and
I suggested that he be called into con-
ference and express his views. This
was done and he came into th eauses,
and stated that he preferred me for
Chairman. I then consented to run. I
ade no promise or anurance to an
oa. No member had the insolence to
ask to promise such aboard things as
Govrnor Broward mentions. It wouldM
have been an insult which I would have
ranted on the spot. The night before
the Committee met some of the Gover-
arnor's close friends and supporters be-
to "knife" me secretly. I found
m out and immediately got them and
ot together and stated what I had
dlyre. I told them I would not
li~t to such treatment, and would
wiiM w from the race and that they
ouM decide on another man. They
apo and explained and urged me
to sa inthe race. I am not surpried
that mhrepreentation has been added
PL3TCR WORKED POR JACKSONVILLB.
Regding my going to Tallahaossee
for tho E. C. Co. in the interest
of the i la Bill, the facts are that
I was a member of the com-
mittee a of Governors of
the J Board of Trade to go
to lin the laterets of the
eity of J1villo and r the pss-
as of abill which w allow the
m di-me the extaoion from mome-
sted Key West I could not .,
tinm Cfterare. imaUl! 1 rot a tolo-
_ra mo um to join th Om ai
aw I wat t p, pkeM to
so mihTr of the Hoom or sn but t
wMt to Goe a IB 1
Sto sme atont
1 dlmgthe MRl to meet
(rCe aiMes aa wewM
0re tio ob Withodt Wpoakonb
(Can as 10th Pae.)
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,- Lv ,o near Centreile p thi week.otoea am estly thank thftMR ".the s 'noed
My sarn varDA uMOANu o. WG Have your horms shod at W. H. Ad- God's workers t are sup~i amn who is e wol ear
kinson's shop, by a patheolc dand and them anycbrig" t rpre land oni ae who did not fiage a
LOCAL AND P ONAL ITE ess and does It right! tf and such na tr
Mr. John M. Bell, who was one *in the illness and at death of her the masses.-Neowpyrna Bsreas. toat-aGe al. theM
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office a very popular attache in the Capital daughter Mi Sylvia May Manning, S.ibmaort u at0,00 or 12,- the orders of the G
tairs, next to telegraph offie City Bank of Tallahasee. has aeceptd the SiT r Croa Hospil in TaO- 000, and it should a -omow vote into a snarl with tbse
Phone No. 257. 28-tf a position with the Leesburg Florida hassee. against h polItics A Johnsb *which led to his bein
Mr. Griffith Wilson is again visiting State Bi. May eh a d all of them receive In t too bas a wayplayed In Florida. headto his h
his Tallahassee friend.. Miss Anabelle Abney, who has been the of their need -p o loving it ehoaMl be not o *es
Rubber Stamps made to order at teaching school at Iron City, a. as was shown them to th T asile, T pleasure oftheGover t
this office. back inTallahassee for several weeks 'er and the b mved mother IThaasvila, Ga. Juneth.-Bradford aid of the saoed MajM r e.
Mr. Luther Holloway is another of visit among her many friends. T.Byrd, tbemias y. lf4; Tallk- out of the trouble. .
our youn students returning home ofMiss Maud Mar back ot T. A Hagan was killed near Wae m fSrm. Game lost rors In But the Governor of
NOTICE D R A Shinof duty in the Statie uf on Tusiday night. We are informed by ning. Pasa B. McDo buasyat pmesnt endeavor
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will con- Pnb7c Instruction's D-ou_,"after one wno was near by, that he was on- Tho 1_Ga-, June 1 &th.--Bsd- the United Stte Seategw
tinue his father's insurance business. a pleasant visit to her ad d thenfee of whkey, had dri- ford B i Tan ll aha e td o a Ts
Mr. J. W. Edmondson, now asocew- friends at home. hi family from home, burned his wife's i 0. bt pfteSoed
ful real estate dealer at Jacksonville, is Mr. H. L GreKory made a hurried and children's clothes, broke up house- game. Ralph Gramltar nooeked home a small comederatiom of dt -4
visiting his Tallahaee friends. visit to Tampa this week, summoned hold furniture and after teatna "rn. Pams B. MoDoUALL. EveOing News.
Mrs. S. P. Oone, with her flae baby throwing to the serious sickness of eery one in sight, ot his n and drove When the lst dispatch wa reeved, ----
boy, is visiting her parent Mr. and his broth-i-law Mr. Meginnss of for Waiss Later he was shot every fan, waitn for eturns, wA CAT
Mr. G. Gibbs. her parents, Mr. d. r. Greory returned and killed in the road by some unknown ovr ed and the sor spread over The Tampa Times hate s
s a A homo Tm m afternoon. party or parties. Being unable to get town ewildMre.I i f
kHave your horse shod at W.H. Ad- Dr. Armstrong says it is a di a er particulars except that a re- When the train pulled in with our Its disbelef of the repeat th
scientific man, one wh kneolowhis b to be slck to have catarrh and be wd has bee offered for the capture players Weneday night, a bunch of has been effeeted between t
enss and does it right! 15ty and no account Learn to live of the murderer, this newspaper can loyal fans greeted each man as he Coast Interests and Broward ad
ine and does it right t and how to live and you will be not now publish more of the deplorable stopped from the ar midt the strains of Senator Tallaferro, a t ias
The City Council met in regular see. FriLht 14 occurrence, from the brain bas d which had beeno
sion last night and transacted busine Leon county School Board was in ecrdfor the occasion. BA such d has bn made, t
for the month. Proceedings will be ri. Count shool ordfortheoccasion BseADa to greatly strengthen thei
published in next issue. for the month, a full board, Hons. John Games are bei arranged with temm Stae Salited Peltical Wrers ci di of theGovernor.
Mr. George Averett was showing H. Patterson, George I. Davis and from Boston Ga., and Auilla, Ga.for A vote for Albert W. Glchrist is a This is fully admitted.
some very fine tomatoes on our streets Dawson Boatwright being present. next week. Boston comes for three vote against machine polities and for an
Wed eeday, which were grown at Mic- MS Td Monday Tuesday and Wdnesday upr he orable and economy a It would perhaps gain the Go
cosukie. two members of Thompson B. Lam e Aueill takes the last half, Thurs- minitratioU of the State ovem ent some votes but it would also eovise
Mr. James Denham, son of Captain Cam, Confederate Veterans, are at and Friday. A vote for Jton Stokton means the him as the most co-u e old hyp
W. B. Denham, will"be a gusestof Mr. nr --y .6s ,i," aoet b eon Un et4im ofte who ever bambooasd th -,e o
W rs. ..e...i a et Mr. tending the Convention and Reunion at Thesettedr mes a tbe f cn the poly tha permts rite who ever bamboosledthepeopleof
r r e nty ingheamonvetionweekandRreuonatsettled, but indications are that Taul of men who are drawing saarie from _
and Mrs. George Lewis next Saturday inham this week a represent- sse will have a pretty busy week of the State t ry a as li orda.-Tamp evening News.
and Sunday. tive of their camp. base ball. The Boston team is coming roust-aboutts and4Pe C ti i-,'- ... "--
It is with a great deal of pleasure The official returns of the p 'mary under the name of Boston, but e hi. Bradf
that to ohefrid of rsE-ey fox AttGrt- es R..i-s iit jd that.fm te.tW- from county has had a fair sample of this t deire to express mly heartfet
earn of her continued ad G-46; George W. Waler, 2,264; Nat R. there, while several are of the old style of polities duringthepresentcam-. thank s and gratide to th e
war-0 restLore fl. Mrs. Chaley Walker, 634, a majority of 784 for Geo. Blakely bunch. Everybody knows n aign. Mr. J. Hami to Jone, who has Leon county for the splen s support
..In alarmingly ill for several week,, W. Walker over both his opponents. them and when they hear "Blakely" devoted his time almost exclusively given me on May 19th. It shall be my
but is now on the high road to reenr- Read your home paper carefully, then they know there is som' ood playing during the past six months to raving greatestleasure to strive to show my
ery. pass it to a friend who does not get it, going to be done. about Stockton and Broward, draws a adt ory o their confdence.
Mr. D. R. Simmons has been rm- with a request that they subscribe. Owing to the large number of child- salary of $125 per month and traveling B. A. MUGINMNS.
cently confined at home by an attack And also send in anything of which we dren coming out to the games the price expenses from the State treasury. He V n. c.Law m.Pa
of measles. At the same time his can make local or personal mention. of admission will be 15 cents for all un- was appointed by Governor Broward as,, .
little girl was ill with the typhoid Help your printer to make your county der 15 years of age. BRAD. a traveling inspector of stock food. This delightful open air entertain
fever. She is getting better, however, a good localnewspaper. -'^^ ^^^ ^- Instead of traveller the State in the ment yesterday came near being held
and he is again at his post in the Gov- W. R Ward, of Dyersburg Tenn., BORN IN LIWA. performance of hi- duties e has trav- up by the heavy shower of the early af-
ernor's office. writes "This to certify t hve Our family were all born and raised eled Bradford county electioneering for tnoon, but, after the rain the ladie
On last Sunday afternoon at four usedFoles Orino azativefor chave n ow, and have used Chamberlain's Broward and Stockton. Thisis the way n charge wanton with prepare
o'clock Mr E Clemmons anda Miafe o ta onrsedtion it hfr cpron Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy mache olitice works. The bosses of tiOc, and arranged for prospective
clock, Mr. E. Clemmons and Miss ,c consfpation, nd It has proven (mfeiantdDth guenetsoonrthearar.gee the mah indWa waverandaiofifr.EC.
Willie Ward were united In wedlock, without a doubt to be a thorough pr- (moinefomr lW- pe thea e a y f eto i a the-V A ley's residenceon Moucteetal.
The marriage was a quiet ea, solem- tcal remedy for this trouble, and it now how good it is from long exper- people for the oil tat grse SQuite a l.re crowd assembled n ar.
nized at the Baptist Parsoag In the is with pleasure I offer my conscien- lencto texas, the ofwriter's life was tok.-tare Te ph of the deliciousrefreshment of
psence of a few friends by Rev. J. ousrference." or sale at all d E l Paso, Texas, the writers life waste oe &
prsene of a few friend by Rv. J. tious reference." Fr sale at all drug saved by the prompt use of this remedy. PLENTY OF TROUBLE. fared for ale by the members of the
B. Prutt. Tres. i m We are now engaged in buslnessa at is caused by stagnation of the liver and Anna Jackson Capter. Mrs. C B.
from TallJeerson SBelday, who arrivedm- fTh grace within musthe pat few wall Narcoosee. Fla. and have Introduced bowels. To get rid of it and headache Gwyn, President ofthechapterpeed
from Tallahassee Sunday, was aom rom grace within few weeks rinthe remedy here. It ha proven very and biliousness and the poison that hersm an a", for, e a a
peanled by Master Hardy Orvoom, ho as it gis suddenly f ringe on Gov- sumcessful and is constantly growing In brings jaundice, take Dr. King's New of weather and r eai
went to Tallahassee several week s ang ror Brow w From prts currant lavor.-Bnnis Bros. Thlis remedy is Lfe Pills, the reliable purifierl s that do adB Of smoothly ad
with h is uncle, Mr. Ben Bll, and paidin this section we are l to believe for sale by Tallhasee Drug Co. the work without grinding or grip4. er the direction of
a visit to his aunt and grandparent% thtat Mr. Flgler has .captured Gove.r r n- ----- Ing. 26 cents at all drugists le an Implt--1tQ choir was
-Ocala Star, Sth. Broward. Anyway the Times-Union A lcMlalry Ire. -.- which sang several appropriate
Mrs. 8. Joyce, Clearmoat, N. H., has been very quiet n the Snatoal J. Wesley Davis, a colored barber Mrs. George Greenhow entertained in songs for the amauement j
writes: "About a year ago I bought two e recently. -Quncy and tr wh of a small rintd newptl delig ll honor o n Tuher ni day even, Miss Otaa nnests.
bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy. It Hon. Worth W. Trammell, Florida per which he ha printed in Atlata honor of her allce, Min Octavio Financiay, nalso, the oeoa I
cured me of a severe case of kidaey Food and Drug Inspector whose home nd ere"late from Tlla-. ,-hag Cnalres, who has reoeeUy returned mmesa, and thoe pomia
trouble of several years standing. It is in Taahas~ eewas in ve Oak the d st sympathy of ahll best home from lalem, N. C., where she 00 towards of .
certainly is a grand, good medicine and morning on oM l buinees. While class lto and colored cts of m attended sool for several years. OatN Monu nt will m be Sb.
I heartily recommend it" For ale by here he paid the Democrat offle a very Ta h In that Ms comfortable Mlt Ohalres t shed school this sum-. o6u0g.
all druggists. plmmat all. Of r, be was Ju home in s city was burned to the me, and brought home with her a ^ t ^ -
Miss Mary Stewart, of Deland, is his e during the recent gro Monday mor at about two wel-eared eeplo this June month of
in the Capital taking an examination mayLv "", 0 o'clock, s d by some colored When a Stockton "rooter" tried to dings.
for admission to the bar of Florlda. Li. O. ennmy who dd the act to et eve.with lead you to believe that Mr. Gilchrist is
She graduated in law a few weeks ago The Tribune feels considerable con- him or o imagined wrong or a man of different moral character M is Ndie Washburn, of o
at Stetson University, as valedictorian n on account of the present political through prejudice or jealousy. Davis Just cite him to the fact that Gilchrist Ky.is the guest of her sister, MM
of her class. Miss Stewart is also an attitude of the highly esteemedcontem- Hlives clean, moral and active business is Deputy Grand Master of the Masonic H. labry.
enthusiastic member of the Ch Omep pary, the Jacksonille Times-Union. life and is a credit to his race, he just Order in Florida. This is next to the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. McDanieasd
Praternity Willit be rarded as impertinent if we recently having nicely fixed up his home highest office within the gift of this children, of llek Ky., are gsta
n le for b. i ask w that excellent and eneally and married great order,andit is generally under of Mr. ad Mn. Caer M.
Piules or backache, little ld triot jeural hae so dd aban- It would bea right and Viceful thing stood that he will be made Grand Mae. McDaall is a sister ef Mrs Caler,
global easy and pleasant to takeI Itsewarfat t e t Napoleont when It to do, for those who canafford to doso, tenladueosours of time. The writer Mr. and Mrs. Jalius ms d
Act directly on the kidneys, puriy the t at the critical moment whe it to contribute a mite to J. Wesley Davis, of this paragraph is not a Mason, but their son, Robert
blood and invigorate the entire s- r s in the balance whether the great the hardworking, industrious and very he has notd t the Masons do not a Iued a fmew omS
tem. Best for bacakche, lame bask State of Florida is to be r ted in respectable y g colored man, whom fill the offices in their Grand Loge wIth for a two ts to Nroeps.
kidneys and bladder. 30 days' trial the United States Senate a dea- some despeaoburned out Moda men of doubtful character and morals. Tre Desrat wishes them a peaa
$1.00o. Guaranteed. Cobb's Drug Store. o without geauine poHal elasi- morning. C0 ,'litk- left t o th -Starke Telegraph. hoidayad a safe retarevoyan.
Governor N. B. Broward was in Tal- Doncan U. letcher T-Tampa Tribune. beplaced a his hands. He loastfve- BoswasFw 'Mmie Day. Qui Insi ma of the
lahasee last Monday night and ad.- Goverino gs a he peaeaedandhe and hi s o w i teresti rp ah waereed. a te
dressed a fair sised audience of mea. lets as much t eo f e fimsy nt have b teen burn ed up, too if her Seleo werDt r5at S d -opmartw ss uasisM.
women and children at the court hou. "AddSeS" of the pulpit potties of restfulness had enot camed otto ~Se wr 5 r d as n sea cowpet wr
He was introduced by the popular Jacksoavlle as an arc ht wead awaken. There is hardly a doubt that oS~piahed 5 by 3 dlstal of boo- of it. Og
The Governor went on the next mot- of the former Governor of the and oa to paaN year h maMl'-A1 br mt ta
lag to Jasper, where he was booked for pube estio, w et hophve d the onelty e will be found out theNational FlowerMssion Depar th eettlm'
his next speech. exe have the a Nvere palat. met haa distributed more thans g.a B
Pineules for the kidneys, 30 days' ity of X-rays. His letter U Satur CN MTIV UB AD MO ORT- t has distr 6ibu6ted motrwe tha 1,01t, da evesgti, the at the de Mt
trial $1.00. Guaranteed. Act direcgy issue of the Times.Union will be rsad B 578 ft COMhRTtext brca trds. o- ayhafternoonw t Seih-lrn dat
on the kidneys and bring relief in te gea.ra throughout the State--Short q a number of bouquets were Sf .60.
flrst dose for backache, rheumatic Talks, Tume-nion. The True Demo- Poley's Honey and Tar hasured a ht in by the ladie and seat to
pains, kidney and bladder trouble. Ia. erat in this issue oreprode Goemaror maay caes of icipleat consumption those m town who are sick. Three new Misses Ames and M agia.i have 1
vigorate the entire system. Cobb's Drug Fleming's article. Read It carefully. and even to he e s ag members ween received. After taking gua again to give thei popular SA
Store. (3 to Ausg. The many friends of Judgs and Mru. fords comfort sad relIef. Refuse any th e a white ribbon bow wand a ofndan cg lessons at the Arm Ay. A
Mr. G. E. Holmes, one of t b Charles B. Parkhlll will be but the genn Fole Hsoney and Tar. e Sh of ot violets were pned ao hour of teaig, eyo
S. _t,.... :- I that thml little om n JoL whose For sale by al drugsts eachofthem. Al the members es and girls who have graduated in the
or te h ofo Ho ues oru -o., w y, or* -S -
was married at rry, FloridrecentIllness In Tamprequiredthes a aperen at stood, joined hands and sg, art, with th popi, will e-
Sunday, a week ago and brou his presence of the mother, is fst IMprov. with this distriessing ailment will be Blest be tmhe Tie that Binds. thoo or a nhour or two ~I .
bride, formerly i Sinmged of Ing i n health. Joe accompanied his pleased to know that a cure may be 1 =~ee ~ smesd aroMded deghtful -ee
Perry to Tall see to visit his other mother back home on Wedneday. elected by applyfl Chamberaln's atia for t he .aSbo.es ilf em*
and many young Tallahassee hiends. Mrs. Chtarles A. Cay and Mrs. Henry Salve as soon as the child is done nur- Soda Fountain and complete xtures mar, and will dob a besom as pop
The True Democrat etendsallha eegra- Thomas Fkl left Wednesday for ina. Wipe it a with a safe cloth be- for sale cheap. Cost about 1200 will sr tabes hson.
latio and & good wishes. Jacksonville, from which place they toreallowing the babe to urse. Many be sold n t extra good terms. ily salication of Mana
travel, at raineydde ine usf m by is salv o with Drust at thin oB
DeWitt's Kidney ana Bladder P.s will travel, via Clyde Ln, to New t i edy, for .form of pls rS .
are prompt and thorough d wI York. After a short stay In that city, results. For nl by Tallahassee Drug p soothes, reduced s IM
are prmp an t o I t.o; at -5SSg on Bo Coo oN A" L
& very short time strength the weak- the ladie will o on to Bstb to at- -.. We an give yom s owm eu s a neam and Itchlng. ries e.we,
ened kidneys and allay Vrhb .s- tend the general confederation of The following members of Talabs- lor, t as we have a larte quantity, w te "(togi8ve an'."_
tag from Infiammtion 4 Sbladder. Women's Clubs, as delegates from see Epworth LagU w leave on the wshrg t move. Gt our fiu es beforore.e
They are recommended everywhere. Florida. 16th for Live Oa to attmd the State purchasIng. Child Bros. 465 Go. P. RAN- -, W"
Sold by all druggists. Attention Is directed to the profteas Lon ofem : Mie M- -- e-....n RANBY, V N I
Te ead t.me to ea rch a e sampe- slonal card of Judge Geo. P. b Tey Davl. Dais. MUsi kin Lizie Curte, oRANY & OVar.
m". sM inc"otstlMm adm l Nm. and Mr. Wmin. J. Oven. to be found in Mn. f. At1rr. Pau rho- Musie eiaom I ATTOIMaT AT LAW. .
I. drwwd We ggogtI* e them a d another column of the Tinre. Mr. mon, Mr.Tom Yea v. J. Weod MOrs AJI e SundeL will open a TAL AUm, "o". ..
seisk p'Idacv wU h. As their ss A1- Oven, to the regret of many Apalachl ad. KBesse Tempem, G l. nebokssc I paMsnoa organ iastree. _- '
bet W. WIt W d Desmcab U. Pmtchw hmve collans, will leav Apalachleola on the LOuiMe Proctor, marl Burn eD ties at thm Wmall's Coll0ege.i
pwbwr.bee W -o t U Is better a t ith inst., and will locate t in Tallabasse Mickler and Gy Termsn-For da4o n per math for
SPeU. md btih Gi0ct. dt a Ptch we where be will be associated in the pra- The annual pert of the J lG bk M; six dollars for advanced p- For Dl -to _i
thefr 9speoWsoe veered from ver esmo. ties of law with his estoeme4 klrnmali, Lesgue was reed at the meeting S1u-l- erte etI W
pe-. Judge George P. Raney, one of the da afternoon. It ws the Wokde. ---
Judge Joseph Bell and s sister. State's foremost lawyers. While s o aine June 1st, MIt vis: Number of _vote r
Mrs. Hardy Croom, c B uan petting to lose him from their midst. members on rol, M devti mes,- A__'-
day afternoon from a week alachollans felicitate Mr.Ovenr lage d52AM Tt C A S T-O R A 4 6 I
at White Sprn.gs. T, Readver the fact that the stop he will tket. l ek,9 7 U-I
Jefferson Bell, of Talllag5e, and Als. will be greatly to his advantage, andplaed 1 1 it _
croom's lite son, s been at for this-reason they tender him thetr di, 410; da_ t"o"-e- "-A s
Tllahassee for sev weeks, joined congratulations.-APalachl voa Time0 es
Mis Bell will be In 0c',o for ton daye ats 04r-A
or two weeks.--O ls BaSensr, 6th. aevry t i Itto a frift]- .% ..A
-~ ~-" ~, --
'led his present o-
t newly 700 votes
is~t primary. If the
Democrats of the
SDistrict want an-
BryB a Vote in the
B^:f ida Delegaon, they
should see to ft that JomH
T. CaQ wroaD's majori-
ty in the second prhimar
Is made secure. A vote
For CRAWrFOD means a
Vote for Bryan. A vote
for his opponent means a
vote against Bryan.
|a the Sened PMaMr.
Juae Im, 19M.
Deat eeto the National Demo-
Convention from the State at
A. U. WLJuI-. Jr.
mach and Uvr Tablets.
Diwattoad spent oval two thmtic
gy ar edt treatmet
by a few boxes of them
ctSS cents. Samples tree
SWitt's IUttl-e Mly R0b s the th-
melit.Ue er pills, are sold by all
pet ov two tho-
S. dine and teatmentm
02cents. samples fm
A...rlyRir, the t.- -
V olby a e old by all
f D. F. e,
So eisng by an ox-
.r- pe e who has had yers
r- tubo6.. .P
^ ^^UP^^ ^^^^^yt^^^B*^^^OWN.^B M~fH
pt-MAIM MH lW^^^a^^ **^^^^^ ^^^B^^^^
= &-= by^Je~oA Aan e---f-
- T. 0. Crawford,
t lelsgat. to the
nit who believes
aeple and not poll-
ld Nomate the Prehi-
1 Nomination of his
BOUGHT .from a truont
worthy store and you asa
certain of the value of your
Other things lose their
value in time-or, suddenly
Diamond#, never. I ca)
your attention to my stock
which represents the most
p perfect gems at very low
prices. It will profit you
to buy Diamonds here,
S- .Man has
**Don't wake me" ed from a
Birthday Party where they
erved Cream, made in a Feer.
'ss Freezer, like those just re-
elved by the
Tallahassee Hardware Co.
See them before purchasing a Freexer.
R. G. FP RRELL,
(SucceAer to A. T. RoMs)
li e i Al aKinds of Fresh Meats.
Give me your orders.
RIas up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Suce when Ordering
_______ Meat fnrom my StalL
.... .. .. .
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIEGH,
MOND, WASHINTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAI
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
The Seaboard Florida Limited. Solid Pullman Veti-
bule train, St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New York
via Richmond and Washington. Dining Car (a la carte)
service, Double Drawing room.
Sleeping car, Stateroom and Observation car leave
St. Augustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12.55 p. m.
daily, including Sundays.
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLTON, JR., A tant Gene. Passenger Agent,
The C0--tstCure Irnled .Indigestion
A Cart~a ~Spd&lc;*.#A OPDwsINO-Cin IaInhaYOug.w OILd
<-V. -~ ~-A -A- W
C. A.0.aCMAzU 'Fe.
IAL TM LEON HOTL.-
uvn mrm .m4ALL.
SAfl TAMS FOM LANES TO L
porei nd Reabbb Dvem fmr SS.
P. T. NICHOLSON'S,
A Word About
We are compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we prom-
isa, and that the price is reasonable. All drggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
beat quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be:the
purestlof their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.
R. W. eobb, Drug eo.
East side of Monroe St.
Lumber, Staves, Slats,
Hickory, Ash, Popular in Special
Sizes and, Lengths a Specilty.
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The beet Quail and
Snip. shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
State. a a a a -
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
Doa't Have Your Cart Wek
Bothed at the Mnl.
I AM T[ TIMBR CART MAN
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundred- and build
mote every day.
For prees write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4.
* i "* .
- ,t s"
- .a ~. *--
THI TRUE DKMOCAA
Jm e. cuOm. s, Prseer.
W ni?1'URI EVERY RMIAT MORNlN(
ed mas Beemd Cls Matter March 31. 10o.
O te Ofel set TaUsm lo ioria. und
As d 4Cwom March UTI
earn a hsephom. DnnuliC. Caorne Adami a
c~ntea treS T~phbe N& Il
*n.isds. SLAe Pw Year. In AAdva
A*wMttbc m a m Ap9pieam.
U Tswm DsemMId s th OeWi0 NOwSNI
hrt a dad-oe we m ot -
Md =n thi M ~aw sat sye pit oa
aniw sar eadmmera -s NatI
dlasen hmover ssrn p id Ni It.
16 pages, the largest, best arranged
best printed, local weekly newspaper
Tallahaosee and Leon county ever had
Continue to give us advertising patron
age that we may continue to make II
'The Key West Citizen puts it to Na
noleon and Johnstbsn thusly: "The man
who cannot carry his own county and his
own precinct in a State election will
bear watching. His neighbors gener-
ally know him better than any one
General Gilchrist is almost univenalfl
admitted to be as confiding as a woman
and as guileless as a child. And now
the Tallahassee Sun is calling him a
"demagogue" the whole manner of his
living and the trend of his life gives
the charge a flat denial.-Oeala Banner.
Mr. R. A. Gray, now Secretary of
the Live Oak Publishing Co., was in the
city Friday and made this office a pleas-
ant and very welcome visit. Mr. Gray
was with us in the Old Tallahlmssean
officebefore he went to Live Oak, and
has many warm friends in this city.
Hon. A. C. Blount, Jr.. is on the bal-
lot again as a *endidate for delegate
from the third congressional district to
the Denver convention. A vote for him,
and fpr A. C. Clewes, will be to send
two more good business and reprsent-
ative men on the Florida delegation.
This newspaper dislikes to diMr with
the ministers of his own and other
churches, but he just cannot swallow
voting for or advocating the election of
such rotten demagogues as Johanie N.
C. Stocktoo and Napoleon B. Broward,
which the Prohibition party, elear out
from true Democratic prineiles, are
attempting to push down our woats.
Florida's Governor, candidate for
United States Senator, outwardly de-
nooncing all the railroads, the 1ens-
Union and Taliaferro, and enterftinto
a combine with them in an effort to be
elected, is RICH and RACY, and if the
the people get on to him in time, Tues-
day's election will be a landslide fr
Vletcher as it should be on general
For th principle and right there is'
Involved in it, is the sensible and sane
reasons why most church and temper-
anee people will not support the vile
demegogues and scheming political trick-
stars, Stockton and Broward; and wty
they will vote for Gilchrist and FletcW
er next Tuesday, Jane 16th. All th
preachers in Florida could not induce
we Floridians, who know them just as
they are, to vote for either of them for
sany high office.
May thbegood Lord be with and en-
esurge those who are working to over-
throw such scheming, political troek
sters and demagogues asa Napoleon B.
Broward and Tohn N. C. Stockton, Ia
Tuesday's primary. They are not tem-
perance people at heart, and in their
past political contests they, and their
workers, used whiskey as a mesm to
carry their ends more than hbae any
political gang this writer ksOw of in
tean of active newspaper wL They
lav slandered Gilchrist ajll ieher,,
too, either of whom are th Ml otpeors
n every respect. Rememb they
used whiskey on Legislator Crpton
daring the session of 1897.
The Tampa Tribune in giving an ae-
eouwt of John Stockton's speaking in
Tampa last week, said he had "evaded
his guards," and "haranged a crowd"
there. Slanderedeverything and every-
dy there who opposed his d geg-
Ims and his style .of three
M ds kind of politics. Ju Jeha
Stone more op, and
K Upin his true ea
Sand hf fooled p doe
hedl temperanre *will
him on the ruItwill tak.*
1= 48re than Pi ttrtia seeMa
aMat to make many of the best teaper-
Sand church people iFlorida swal-
- lweh tricksters as John N. C. Stock-
T A DIrrY coMIATION ereNaD. A LAMU sU1Lm. s LATnast 3mW Scskn '1a1sbO N
(True Demuocrat, June 12th.) "Comlaint has also been e The opponets Gs em. & Broward a
Napoleon lo oat ia his thap to Key h;,n in the n his candidacy for the United States ralurod ad Nb a
NapolWest the le outif his trip to Key Governor who the Senate are n put to it for angemt edf of
him largely respomeble for ob h. the "I hi m. On one dde of the street elect to thi Uui
the completion of tfe Bast oaat .- -- ... pro. -d ., leof tell that the .rporetsw put up onthe grond It is
t h way to oeir bharbor.-TampsTr u 00 acres of land to ash his campaign und four yearsago- omettofem et
t h aor-epn Railrud C 0. smam ted to then they cross the street and=aofhl
And yet it appears meoon the stmaed ,g00 wSh was placed at hi- man who is too l gt forwe s
that the East Coast Railroad, perhaps t t hb hen was Governor, tras, and ey tel at Goerith
ad other railroads and the Talaferro forces T we joed m norls a campaign p of for years it is vouched for by sa
have entered into combine and trade to at the time of-seG,* ,f okaFr his d en
nim-am the voters of Florida .nto sp. to and therefore x-Governor has I a p ished stateme de
porting Broward now In these i aid onlone-third of the in- the trth of thee a not Th
days of the second primary to thatgrar, andeo whi h fm with private lUnon sho e the Ma. a i
meef ndoney nothermemb e.. of the L I. Board, .. _,
Mr. Fletcher. Even the fride ad y partner, made posbanks stai. may w m., with the st ..
aethe money on deposi to PAY Btw ro isthem amn was does m uc- oval of do Zug
fora little the Eback, whichoint whom nteo est" W hrno eury- t tt bme bre mo evwyone oa the E ist C. st
WAS TLuNG the truth on th- The foregoing en Governor Brow- TheGovwn or has es fo r isa betiesaae fast that the T.
. DBrow GOGU and h i newspaper and b ak- latest casign phe phlet, cm ost.000 mn ...the w eo at not hadi a td to tm
in., now days is being UX As AN tutes the only, and th *represumbthemasin thesof e f i oh It W lr
er ha going t perri o that oders bly,ed, backed by bte t defto th e mBoard by rof the $10, r e, of he eng o interfere wi it why
have Broard dgivefeat ll along there, line 000 graft of which Jennings was theed- Browad a pe in the mo whh msaB -KwWtt p iO r be
Stfor elect Taliaferro of that great bene ary, and whe it the Gcomplaernor'ay M.y.o .ethft e r on fm-m bfca- it the -
aald alWal corporate and money of the other members of the L I. Board, Ysaetruhend Mr. Ta error's
poWh, awnnw decided, if they can do yielding to the masterfl of uJennings V MuY a theoo. i tBrowardh se a r- e and
No, t* 00de of and knife Mr. Fletcher friend and partner, made possible. gaderchmigot ical e amd fnpr"pledcobine as to umerl46"
r by ewi pto eplect Broward in the hope Upon dissection of this extrmaodinary pch t kr Fletche o eor B B rscand
feo a warm and make strong Mr. Tal in taferro defense" (asWhy pBroward himself callYe btlde, who richly deserves of "three fri t-
few months hence. It) It appears thatJamings was allowed the contempt of Ilorldlans; but he -We e
the story goes thuslyave aid and charoad four year after he ands uped to the elbows coeds in ooaid to merve good people. His pendet agilchrist's home play w
forces, even the East Coast whom a to the Board tresuory- latest combination with the East Coast always voted a dry ticket. 9the
f eilee edeawd Taltorroiforcevsoi e d u-rislature ordered a co'titufiomale
t Broward and his newspapers and back- 1st.or pBecauserforming a pain dutyowin himself to et into numerous h mean hoosubmittdwink to the people he
ers have so terribly abused, backed by interest to the Board by requiring i he difled on both sideon, is enough avi notterfere withant why they are. Th
the Taliaerro forces, have combined to banks to pay such iamtnt a Statlriedpotical workerest on money of damn him for good in iethis State.on allnd nowing their sso
elect Browardin, defeat Fletcher, and the Board tiedup byee injunction proceed- Broward is spending th money whand terribl-Key Wandest have tice n.
ter elect Taliaferro again. ings. THu LAw made it the Governor's P W belongs to the public school
Tsr new sr fhuel fer.rol-n Wreceivingasalarytof6 y run bein a party ditches In tIONAL he Ever- Simply because it isand the kind ofe poo
T his newspaper has ge n Mr. Talia- attorney of the Board?'s duty to demand glades.- vile Sun. ties the Broward and Stocktn varety
fer a warm and a hearty support in interest. Why pay Jennings, nearly Yes, that, and graftd dig months of of "three friends" stranot mieat--der
the past. All we have said and charged fouryearsafter he ceased to be Gov- time he is paid to serve the people, Pendent aggregationusuallyplay,when
against Broward in all his schemes and ernor, for performing a plain duty, allowing himself to get into numerous they can hoodwink and deceive some
abuses were based on facts, and we required byto aw And why payhim kinds of undignified positions, having better people than they are. of uho know JuThey
stand fully by them all, not taking back aJ per cent. upon the amount so h ave State salaried political workers out in have liedon and slander d their perly aor
or apologizing for a single one, and we leged to have been "saved" while he te d working g to for his campaign, and terribly, and have succeeded in tooling.
cannot now see how the Tallanderro fol- was receiving a salary of the $6000- a ar. The trbeingth a party have bee to V QTIONAld te preacthi State ever hmperanced to people
ow including the East Caferrst and oth- as attorney of the Board ? DALS AND COMBINATIONS, to say north emnto a terrible awkward and neviable
or roads, could compromise with that rot- 2d.Because Jennings generously ing of the careless and dishonest and position, but they cannot mislead or
Ifbacked btisy hio, and alhi things indicate itis of thae amount claimed tohe have th0,-whomheowes ost accounts, whatStokton androward truly are
true, then the people of Florida next "saved," instead of adnedinor-and according to his followers, t 8 MUD -the most outract ous, a scheming triuk.
Trailroday should ibly a general land slide probably receiing-ALL of the fa uo These t ruths have been to strs this State ever had to conted
not only elect Fletcher but should set 000! The wonder is that he did not dona him, and he is the guilty wretch he with. On general principles, defeat
down so hard on Tallaferro and the so. And the Board, so far as the prin- is charged with being. Is there a in. thea and their machine Tuesday at the
railroads of the State, that no mvAidate ciple goes, might with equal right and gle Floridian who believes Broward a primary election.
backed by him and his gang and the justice have given him the whole $30,- At tobe t to Washi voters s
railroads could possibly elect a consta- 000, in consideration of the fact that Unit edStates enator? ported Mr. Lamar in opposition to
ble in the future. he claimed "'noneo the principal." ported Mr. Lamar oppotin to
It is a deep, dishonest political The fact is, that this deliberative and A coo-co and a corporation tool are Broward and his machine, believing It
scheme, and Broward is up to it and inexcusable graft of public funds will we-well not If we know it. The editor to be to Mr. Tallaferro's interest to .
into it up to his neck, even going so far never be forgiven by the peopleof Flor- of this newspaper may have swallowed so, as well as right and proper. I
as having promised his East Coast Rail- ida, and when they really have an op- some bitter pills, but we have never be a hard thing now for him,an
road allies and Taliaferro allies that if portunity to express their sentiments been owned or controlled by a living forces combined with the Bast CoEt
they would help elect him he would upon it, in a future political campaign. soul that we are aware of, and most railroad forces, to trade them off
move his residence and later help to they will speak in no uncertain tones assuredly cannot be dragged into the elect Napoleon B. Broward. There j
elect Taliaferro again. And every official concerned in it will dirty scheme of lending help to elect been some funny political comb
Such rotten, dishonest, disgraceful have to suffer punishment. Broward to again elect Taliaferro. In this State, but the last proposition
politics should damn forever any such The people of Florida move slowly to Would rather be a yellow cur than aid to attempt to elect the scheming dis-
set of dirty, scheming, political trick- conclusions. They are loath to believe and abet or to lie and deceive the peo- credited Broward takes the cake.
sters. Vote to elect Fletcher on the misconduct on the part of their public ple into voting for Napoleon B. Brow. People of Florida, do you intend to be
16th and kill out such disreputable po- servants. There is an element among ard. That latest political schemeshould barteredoff as if you were a drove of
litical deals and tricksters for good in us which does not so much deprecate defeat the treachery of Broward now, cows. The Flagler interests with its
this State. misconduct if results accrue therefrom and Mr. Taliaterro a few months hence Times-Union, and the Taliaferro in-
Votors of Florida, this last play of to the benefit of their special political when he comes before Floridians for re- terests are now entering into a combi-
Napoleon i. Broward should be enough or factional interests. But when the election. Voters, are we pliant tools in nation to knife Hon. Duncan U. Fleteb-
to turn every one from voting for him, arousing-the awakening-shall come. the hands of these tricksters to be vot- er and elect Broward. Just think of
can you conscientiously vote for such a ed hke a drove of goats at the rairoads that rotten aggregation, who have 0d
discredited wretch. Will you do it ? IBI IT UP, JO* and Taliaferro people's bidding. Do- and done everything they could against
We believe not. Supporters of General Gilchrist for feat them Tuesday by electing Fletcher Broward and his schemes and his ma.
T..- Governor nave nothing whatever to overwhelmingly, chine, which was the unvarnished
THE GRfAT DIeaRNCr fear from the appearance of John And it ha comea---'' tNapol truth, are now doing all they can to
The True Democrat is reliably in- Stockton on the stump. elect Broward because they need the
formed that at a public Flether speak- Surely, the pectacle which Mr. B. Broward, the great pretender, l "two of a kind" in Washington I Will
lag at Marianna recently that some of Stockton made of himself in this city has about been aght going into a deal you fall into their schemes and help
Broward's staunch friends and workers Saturday night was sufficient to con- Talaerro forces, whom he has bom- o.Deocrat e s
(prominent men, no need to mention vnce any reasonable man that he is st and abused for eve thing under t h b a
nmans) were disracefully boisterous not the man to direct the executive do- bthe s. Now, Mr. Votr remember wi run U. U. etchwr
and fussy, in their zealous efforts to partment of thi. State. w, Mr Votr, renieiber wil run for Congressman two yoars
dM.eredit and interrupt' Mr Fletcr r in hi chareris- he was in a deal with these same people hence. There is nothing in It. We
diet and interrupt Mr. Stokton w h charter once before, when he voted and lobbied can hardly conceive of an man resig-
while peaking. tic mood-which means that he struck for the Flagler Divorce Bill. He is a ring aset ia the United tate. Seate
Monday night in thi city, Napoleon out blindly in every direction, ift double dealing, deceving machine poll- hou -Fort P Ns ,
B. Broward addressd at the co g a spleen l id a wlcli nte e inttmicla who would trade iy e pofa Now, t F o P an NfM. a
hoeoo a fair sied audience of men, woe- ance of utterance which d asted hi tcian, who would trade you off and Now, that is so, and if Mr. Taliaferro
Sand children, there being many udince. Mr. Stockton does not ad- do li driving aw if he could is lraing his infuet with Fetb-t
there who differ with him. and wil op- dress the reason of his hearers-he Even the populist chieftain, Thomas ra d to try to deft Fletf
poae and vote against him on general to ina. th dr palo to Wan, ha Jolined the Eat Cos at Florida will remember owa It, and ele of
principles, and in the nBsr r ,e. i of arouse their prejudice. In h ra i lroad and Talhaerr fores in their senator in Mr. TalIaftrro. place. How
the people of Floridaepee; but they wreand bling talk Saturday neht, he did not desperate, dying efforts to defeat Hon. is it possible those people could now
lowed Candidate Broward espetable; a isGov- advance one tenble ground why be D. U. Fletchr, and to elect Broward swallow Broward. Mr. Tallaferro's
lowed Candidate Broward, who is Gov- .a.,. k.. .i.,...n ,,. U, lt ........- --
ernor, and at the same time is attempt- suggestion whyi oppou t should be now and to save Talaferro a little former friends cannot be made
ng t the i in tte suggestion why his opponent should be ter. Now, both Broward and Talls- fools of. sk
ing to POOL THE POPLrt into putting defeated. fm should be retired to private life, ots of
him into another high position, away Mr. Stockton makes votes for Gil- and we believe 'the at-h ots of political matter again this
above hi calibre and se, co e christ wherever speaks. It is rFlorida will see it done, when week, but along with t we give yo
from a dignified standpoint and fortunate for the latter that tokto pople of rld w see it done, w much interesting, gender and le
his qualifications, a MOST RUSMCrTrUL has escaped from the confinement to gy o o vo e .ay news, and attractive advertisement
and QUIRT HEARING. These scheming which his .manager, in their wisdom, Broward the highly paid, Supposed We are pleased this week, with I, w .
machine politicians now even resort to sought to hold him, and that he is run- Servant of the people, "But the Big end so much politics, and we proie
breaking up and interrupting an oppo- ning loose throughout the State, like a Boss ot the Machine, has deliberately oin the of" the e r i e p
nent's meetings. That is the kind of uiberated monkey, cutting his amusing stomn months of the peoples time run- tis. We have eMme -
peanut politics Napoleon B. Broward eapers.-Evening News. anng over the state playing the dirtiest measures, for the prinelple ee t is
and John N. C. Stockton have always -~ ykiad of pea-nut politics, to the neglect it, and earnestly hope Leoa e ty vt
played In Duval county. mk a I of business and now facts go to prove b a.sf 1,
This newspaper has not now,nor hathat Gen. Gichrist th, a the rmor t, he has enter into a and D. U. et for U. ..
it had at any time, any personal gri onr wo p hi l eobt with the Florida Eat Coast tor, againt seh demagguee
ance against Brownard and his machine n by the Vol tode Dpomtcalcwta withta- shem r M as J. N.
msaipa ationst the Uf terr workers, aof whom he B. B- \ 1
manipulatIons. It has opposed him, party as expressed In primary or ohe&arworkr, all o whom i M aB. o. ..
because it was right, hest ad our moans, in the mak f executive m- tInk of, wle they have do e the wo a re i
duty to do it, and the odkto has N p tantm Sch a pl-* woumd not asmetn fr him, an i nrtn to be such
apologies to offer. He is a boesmad be carvedd by a mahISn Goveor.- dethm l tdMr. ro
boM deeeiver, and in hOis si kolly way T pa News. aedbe e s th Zest o Railrmdf hi
manage to fool and deceive some good -~-b-*j=-9.* ndyft be yesir tl ed Nss
u tUSAhisday will inmrly comea, Donot te tooteb t p N e l lmB
""reannMot bekept eoveed p. award I Cast ye VO O the
"Where does it come from," is stillab'- a*i? 1W
very pertinent query! to W t at,. l.es*
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STAT LLt1 NEWS. They Will Help Elect Gilchrist. ST O0A8T AND BROWARD. BROWARD BOOMERANG. publicly on the streets of JacksoMnvlle
,v ---- It looks as if the church, through The intg News isa enabled to print' -- since the first primary, that he was fr
June 8,-Rev H J its anti-U n leae. Intends taking toda t bit of direct evidence Live Oak Democrat: Of atl the deo Broward, as his Instructions were: If
&at.Bethpage at 3 p. up the campaign of John Stockton so the widespread rumor that spised things to Mr. Broward and his we can't get Lamar. we'll take Brow-
Beath pad at 11 against (len. Gilchrist, because th a deal Iaia been effected between' the followers in the beginning of this cam- ard; we don't want Fletcher,' and he
t lrdait ast 1nd 1 A very former professes to be dry and Ihe East Coast Railway interests and Gov- paign it was apparently the Florida pulled out of his pocket a huge roll of
Lwa st sunday. A h ryon latter favors local option. After mata ernor Broward, whereby the ast Coat Times-Union and the Flagler interest bills, exhibiting them to parties to
pTrse i ttor hearhit fromn expose in Jacksonville it is certainly a influence li befts thrown for Broward generally. In his speeches he led one whom he was talking. He further
iMr. aad Mrs Alex Blair surprise for this movement to tart In in his race for the United States sen- to believe that their very support was stated, 'that he expected to leave Jack-
w .d wtfe, Mr. and Mrs. i that city and spread out over the Stat. te. sufficient to contaminate the candidate sonvllle and make a trip through the
4tf Thomasville. It begins to look as if the anti-saloon This evidence is in the shape of a of their choice and made him unfit State in the interest of Governor Briw.
t Mervey, her granddanuh* league is ready to take up any weapon letter from Mr. D. H. McMilan, Man- for the servant of the people. .rd for the Senate.' "
Hollis, and Miss Maggie so long as it will strike the saloons. ager of the Consolidated NamSJtores liefore the first campaign the Times. NOTE- The Times-Union refused to
t Qn a visit to th e home of It is the old, old story. When the Company, to Mr. J. P. MuIN te, unionn and those interests supported print an article handed them by Mr
w sUt on a visit to the home of church goes into politics It must sink of Orlando, Fla., and it is p in Mr. Lamar. W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee, whic
Mrs. Hunter Woodberry, near thVle ei oUUppo m a ni 1 tn0 y' e d u is in Th ra r r e r \\'. J Sears, of Klsalmmee. which artib
E Htdea r ountn Florida, to the level of the politician beeatie it full in today's News. They attacked Broward very severe- boe the signature of Mr. Sears
aGadsW o unty l oridaughter can never raise politics to the high While this letter is the first bit of ly because they thought that it was be- re the signature of Mr. dra
We rrtsl. dught erIplane of true religion.-Key West Cit prima face evidence yet pro ded tween Broward and Lamar as to who a referred to Mr. Broward's dra-
alignment, there have been previous Also The TimesUnon refu
Every lie Imaginaltle 'to the un- significant developments-notably the And they did not want Fletcher. print an article handed them by Mr.
et school at Strickland principled ward-heeler is being dir- sudden silence of the Jacksonville Mr. Lamar was left out of the race Chas. Dougherty of Volusia county.
ded all of.last week. The culated against Duncan U. Plethe,1 Times-Union in regard to the Broward- and the fight on Broward was imme- which article ore the signat
SHendry, having gone on and nothing will be left undone to de Fletcher race and the open advocacy diately dropped. There were substanM. Dougherty and referred to Mr.
Ato his home in Taylor County. feat him. His friends should he on the of Broward by the Tampa Times. tial rumors of fast and furious trad- 1' roward along the same lines u did
Sto stand an examination for alert and seethat e is given a "square The mes-Unon is popularly sup Ing. The well known heelerss" for another article which the Times-
a license at Perry, in said deal" on the l6th.-GaineevllT, Sun. posed to represent the wishes of the the East Coavt Railway announced Union published for Mr. D"ugherty
SHe is back to ramona now East Coast Railway in politics. Prior, on the streets of Jaeklonville that they before the first primary.
I atish his free term of school A VITAL POINT. to the first primary, the Times-Union had instructions to take Broward. Does anyone doubt where the Times-
tictkland on Thursday, and the The most delicate part of a baby was a bitter and uncompromising op- The Times-Union is now favorable to Union stands? Is any more conclusive
will be treated to a picnic at is its bowels. Every ailnient that it ponent of Broward. It has been his Broward's campaign. f necessary to show that there is
i llonle Friday, after which Mr. suffers with attacks the bowels also chief critic throughout his administra- To show these statements ire nt a deal on between Broward and the
r will leave us aor County. We wishturn to endangering in most cases the life of tion as Governor; and. when he an- merely hearsay, we reproduce below corporate interests?
home in Taylor County. We wish the infant. McGee's Baby Elixir nounced his candidacy for the United extracts from a letter from Mr. D. H.
a ucceem in life. cares diarrhoea, dysentery and all States Senate, it began a runnlg fire, McMillan, one of the leading citizens A Sample of Fine Peaches.
^An automobile flew by here going tirangement of the stomach or bow. -of attacks upon him, continuing this of Jacksonville, which diows conclu. We had presented to us this wsek.
Thomasville to Tallahassee on els. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. fire until the first primary had elim- sively how the East Coast influence is by Mr. W. C. Lewis, some delicion-
0estrday, and also returning in the slated Lamar and left the race be- being used for Broward. ;peaches picked from a volunteer tpee
afternoon tween Fletcher and Broward. We quote from theletter as follows: growing in his garden. The fruit peel.
Wherever it had had fair cultivation Mrs. William Levy Recovers Her Then came the sudden change; and "The first primary ta over pnd every-' like a honey peach. is sweet, jutl:.-.
corn is looking splendid. Jewels the Times-Union, which had charac- thing seems to be shaping up for the and flavored llke a clearstn1re. imr
District conference (Methodist) will Mrs. William Levy was the victim of terized Broward as the acme of unfitness second, and to my l\ter surprise I adheres to the seed like a :.-litgson".
Mest at Wigham, Ga., on tomorrow, a peculiar accident the early Wprt of and unreliability, which had inveighed find the same 'ward heelers' now The peaches are large., ymirr'ti iil.
and hold on till Friday.. Our pastor, the week, which, however, ended quite daily against his election to the working for Broward that supported' and absolutely free from worms, and
H. J. Graves, and several delegates fortunately. Mrs. Levy intends going Senate, became as silent as the tomb Mr. Lamar. The following is an ex- clearly demonstrate the perfe:tion to
winl go from the Metcalf circuit, away for the summer, and, wishing to in regard to his candidacy. tract of a conversation I had with Mr. whieh peach cultivation can be broni.ht
Mr Tommie Harvin of Meridian carry her jewels with her, she went to There is "something in this more J. 0. Spottswood, who is employed as in Leon county.
was Wick about all of last week; also, the bank where they were placed for than natural, if philosophy could find Claim Agent by the East Coast Rail
0. T. Brown, Jr., lost the week out of safe keeping and got them out. The it out;" and the Evening News pro- road, and who is well known all over Look Outl Here He Comes!
his farm by sickness, articles were placed in a chamois bag.: dicta that it will be found out In short the State to be a political worker and Paul West and Gus Edwards ong
We hear that Mr. J. R. Doss (Dick). and this she placed in her shopping order, for such coalitions cannot be heelerr' for their interests. hit, "A Two-Horse Fellow In, Or,-
formerly of our neighborhood, but bag which was worn suspended from kept secret. "I met Mr. Spttswood on the streets Horse Town," will be given with the
'.|OW of Hinson, has married again. He her belt. Crossing the street after; The letter from Mr. McMillan direct- on Thursday after the election, and he New York Sunday World nex. Sunday,
S'married a Miss Hinson. We wish him leaving the bank, Mrs. Levy went into ly quotes two pronounced East Coast remarked, 'that it seented that his man, Words and music complete. Tibs song
-ad bride a long and happy life. Randolph's grocery when she discover- "workers," and it to to be presumed (Lamar) didn't run worth a cuma P.' Is from "The Merry-Go-Round ," now
We are told that Mr. Tom Brandon ed her shopping bag hanging open, and that these men speak with the author- asked him who was his man flbw? playing at Gus Edwards's Music Hall
will erect a large steam gin in Mteco.- her Jewels gone. Immediate search ity of the East Coast political man, He replied, 'Broward,' saying the Bast (old Circle Theater), Broadway. New
w sukle in time to get some of the 1908 bringing no result, a reward was offer-1 agers. 1 Coast would do anything on earth to York. Gus Edwards is the autho- of
Cotton crop to g1n. We hope he will ed, whereupon the jewels were brought] it, after the career of duplicity and save Taliaterro, and that Broward "School Days" and other pol ular
make a fortune by his venture In that back to their owner by a negro boy, timeserving, of inconsistency and in- I would move away from Jacksonville. songs, and Paul West is widely knuwn
, village, who picked them up in the street. competency, which he has recorded as, leaving the field open for Tallaferro as a song writer. "A Two-HRrie FIlow
Governor, Broward has now capped the two years hence. I asked him It he iL a One-Horse Towo" is in Thei: most
The marriage of Mr. Paul Carswell Mrs. 8. L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. Va., climax by becoming an BEa Coast fa- supposed he could get Mr. Broward. popular vein.
and Miss Lelah Cates. both of Talla- writes: "I was a sufferer from kidney vorite, the State must. pause for to move? He replied, 'Yes, he would
.assele,wasquietly celebrated Tuesday disease, so that at times I could not words sufliclently expreasWve to de- move to h- to get to go to the AgreatBanv peoplehaveeyetrouble.
evening at the residence of the bride's get out of bed, and when I did I could scribe him. And, furthermore, if, for United States Senate.' A grest many- ve paid out a lot of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Cats., not stand straight. I took Foley's the reasons implied, this deal has been "I also had a conversation with Dr. money on their eyes to no result May
'e on Clinton street. No guests were in- Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottle made, all the more reason why Brow- J. Cahn, who before the first primary be they have'nt een the right man.
vtted, the young couple preferring to and a part of a second cured me entire-; ard should be eliminated from politics made several trips through the t Mant y times your neral syste needs
have only the immediate members of ly." Foley's Kidney Remedy works In Florida and Fletcher sent it the In the Interest of Mr. W. B. Lamar, ooking tto. Dr. Armnstro ssf pecial-
the family as witnesses. The cere- wonders when others are a total fall- United States Senate.-Tampa News. stating everywhere he went that be es along th e lines. Hi work gives
was performed by Rev. I. S. ure. For sale by all druggists. was employed by the Bast Coast to result h a. 14
a pastor of the First Meth- Rubber Stamps are time savers, we work for Mr. Lamar. He is also now .sa S e
arch. Subscribe to The True Democrat. make them. working for Mr. Broward. He stated RUBBER I Stamps See Us.
JUNE SA LE
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.. Jacksonville. Fla., June 4, 1908.-
Rev. Dr. W. E Bogga, Jacksonville,
Fla.: My Dear br. Boggs-The Ocala
Star of June 3. in reporting an address
delivered by Rev. J. W. Bigham, in the
interest of Mr. John N. C. Stockton.
has the following:
"He detailed how the Jacksonville
Ministers' Union got I)ossession of the
fact that large sums of money were
being sent into the State to elect Gil-
christ. Said the sum up to a few
weeks ago was $360,000; that Rev. Dr.
Boggs, whose character was unim-
peachable, unearthed this story. It
was this fact that made the ministers
of the Gospel in Jacksonville band to-
gether and go forth to battle for tem.
perance in this campaign."
As you kabr, I am In charge of
General Gilchrist's Jacksonville head-
quarters.. This is only one of many
uatruthful statements which Mr. Big-
ham has made in his zealous work for
Mr. Stockton. Since he has used your
name. I would like to know whether
or not you can give me your author I'
for the knowledge Mr. Bigham claim I
you possess as to this $360,000.
I am writing you and reserving a
copy for publication. This letter and
your reply will be published to the
voters throughout the State.
Thanking you in advance for the
favor, I have the honor to remain,
Very truly yours,
J. 0. LAFONTISEE t
325 Newnan Street, June 4, 1908.- r
Mr. J. 0. LaFontisee, Gen. Gilchrist's
Hearquarters. City: My Dear Mr. La-
Fontisee-Returning to my home R
somewhat later than usual, I find your
favor of even date lying on my desk. t
In this note. after quoting words from c
the Ocala Star, you proceed in this
fashion: "As you know, I am in '
charge of General Gilchrist's head- t
quarters in Jacksonville." Now, my c
friend, I must differ from you as to "
this precise point, begging your par- h
don. I did not know that you were In P
any such place at all, or engaged in t.
any such business whatever, until you 'i
were good enough to inform me as to Il
the facts in this letter now lying be- t
fore me. And as a sincere well-wisher o
of yours. I am really sorry to learn ti
that you are there, and doing, as you i
say. for, unless I am greatly mistaken, h
by the time that the. good people of m
Florida have rendered their decision n
on that very corruption fund and the w
free distribution of whisky for the
purpose of turning votes to General c8
Gilchrist. both you and your friend, n(
the General, will be more In need of m
hindquarters than of headquarters. and tm
the waking up to this' tact will proba- at
bly make both of you sadder as well cr
as wiser men. th
But you continue your comments on '
the aftnation, as it has been given you t
(I do not venture to say by whom) to ea
see it, in such unparliamentary words (a
as these. "This is only one of many ev
untruthful statements Mr. Bigham has in
made." Now. Mr. Lafontisee. those
wicked fellows, the lawyers, have a re
saying which runsth somewhat in mo
this fashion: "Whes an attorney loe- of
eth his temper the cflent loseth his ha
case and his money." oth
And. besides, though you are a lyv
young man to be using such words th,
about a man, or is C' 4we men? old sir
enough to bc "our father. yet you are th
neither so voun onor so Terdant as to
be ignorant of the fact that In that lib
world in which you live mad transact w
your business, words of this sort are Isr
generally answered In a very different Iall
way from the one now emploYed by
me. I am here to answer tfer myself th
In such manner as may become my t
years, not to say my profession, but Gil
It would not surprise me if among the bal
many friends of my honored brother,
Mr. Bigham, there may be some eor
younger men and more of your tern- ofera
per than I, who will be Inclined to of
say: Youareanother." and may be of
ready to do other foolish things. RIt
You ask me to oblige you by giv- for
lng information about that corruption ou
fund, but really, Mr LaFontlsee, you of
are, when properly at yourself, a Ch
right bright yor g man. And there- tu
fore you know perfectly well by the n
use of such unparlimentary expres- th
sosna about my friend, and prsumam- he
bly about me also, you have forfeited wo
all claims to my courtesy. You have I
broken the rules of the g=e, my boy, bu
and are thereby sort of -a outcast. for
But I intend to play the mananlmous he
this time-possibly became It suits tw
me to do so. lf
And in that role I will candidly ad- By
mit to you that, as he*Wa about leav- ha
Ing home. I gave Mr. ftgham a paper pir
on what I had learned of that bribery Bu
and corruption fu4 q which you are ,o
so desirous to l eau mething. Young dil
people owe It to. ilselves to gain wh
knowledge, you see,. and older people Go
are bound to help them. A
Now I am sorry that in the haste vot
of our parting I failed to take a copy of
of that paper. It was very bad in me f
to fall in this respect, no doubt; but
then. you see, I had no idea that you rat
would be so eager to learn about that In
corruption fund. 1" have, however, a for
fairly good memory and een trust It ve
to reproduce the paper I *every 60 Isv
trial detail: so here M I was In the th
office of my frelit A. H. King, on th,
the afternoon of NMay 22, 190A. th
with Mr. W. l Jones, and Mr. th
Stevens. preside at the Anti-Saloon I
league of Flo Somewhat later we
were greeted A. W. Cockrell. Esq. h'
But before he found time to speak
with us, Mr. entered the
room. and after some conversation be
iakod: "Have you gentlemen learned hai
the amount sent into Florida by the
distillers and brewers of the United
States to Influence the pending elec.
tionu?" We answered In the negative;
though we were entirely satisfied that
It was a very large sum, We had
heard the names of those who hail
been sent, or at least. had gone
partlotic mission. And so our friend.
after first telling us how he had ob-.
tained this information (the matter
was entirely honorable, and the infor.
mation was very definite and rellabl&
as it seemed to us), said the aggr
gate was $360,000, or about Gtat
None of us was at all surprise, but
all of us believed our fr|I I ave
sufficient evidence for % W had
said. He Is known to Ia and to the
whole city as a man If Intellignce.
Integrity and Christlas falth, none of
us expressed any dfobt, and as for
ivyself I felt as br then, and so feel
now, as if I had received the inform.
tion at first hand; or, for that matter,
as if I had added up the columns of
futures, and had thus ascertained the
aum total; I knew the gentleman, you
me, Friend LaFontisee, and I trusted
him exactly as every honest and sen-
sible person in Jacksonville does.
You will ovserve, Mr. LaFontisee,
that our friend said nothing whatever
about General Gilchrist personally.
Nor did anybody else speak of him
Just then. Indeed. I do not now recall
any mention of him in our conversa-
tion. But anybody "with half an eye"
could see how this bribery fund was
related to him. And when I gave my
paper to Mr Bigham, I saw the logical
and necessary connection between him
and it, because I had then in my
pocket a copy of a letter from a cer-
ain liquor house In Jacksonville to a
certain citizen of Macclenny, Fla. I
had seen the original of this letter,
and of my own knowledge Identified
he correctness of the copy now lying I
>n my table. It Informed this man in
lacclenny that a gallon of whisky
ad been shipped to him. "express
repaid." and It requested him to use
his whisky to help in the election of I
General Gilchrist." That was enough. o
t made little difference to me after
hat. how many thousands or hundreds t
f thousands of bribery and corrup- I
on money had been sent Into Flor- t
Ia. My honored friend might possibly c
ave been mistaken as to the sum F
mentioned by him; yes, possibly, but I,
ot probably; the number of dollars c
'as a minor question then.
"But you have failed to connect our v
indidate with that whisky, have you i
ot? Did he know it was sent to the o
>an in Macclenny? Let us see. The a
matter has been for days bruited S
bout this city and State. I have been tI
credibly Informed what the head of S
at whisky house has said about the a
ie made of that letter, but, this fe a
be clincher: Generar Gilchrist. how- w
'er good he may be in other respects ci
and I wish to detract nothing what- c,
*' from all the good alleged of him fe
other matters)-General Gilchrist, li
say, not yet you, Mr. LaFontisee, his cl
presentative, as you have informed st
e; neither of you singly, nor both th
you together have yet held up your er
nds in horror and indTgnation at e!
e fact that his name, hitherto hon- on
ed in Florida, has been thus public- a
connected with an effort to corrupt ha
e ballot box of his native State. No, M
r; you and he have done nothing of bt
is kind. be
The ballot box sl to Anglo-Saxon eU
erty and government very mucll nr
at the sacred ark was to ancient m'
ael; to corrupt that Is to corrupt it
. To degrade and ruin that is to de- g
ide and ruin all. As I see things,
Is ia the heart and soul of the pend- re
I issue. Stockton is as nothing. ni
christ is as nothing. But a clean s
llot box is everything. God fi His sc
odness gave me three noble broth- ev
i; one only is reft to me now. One at
the three fell on the bloody fleM ec
Prazler's Farm. In the defense of e
chmond. Another received, nearby "
a terrible wound that dTsabled him ;
Life. The youngest only remained. ofI
r Benjamin. He an honored doctor
divinity now, laboring manfully for m
iriat's crown and kingdom in Ken- ch
eky; but were he in Florida today, w
d could he stoop to receive silently to
e aid of corruption and bribery that o
might alt in the Governor's chair. I ml
uld repudiate him as sure as I live. in
would cast my vote for a Seminole 8t
ck, fresh from the Everglades, be- "
re I would help my only brother if sp
silently accepted such help. I have
o bright boys In Florida: they are ne
'ted, highly educated and honorable. as
and by, If they continue as they *o
ve begun, they might. I think, as- I
re to any office in this or any State.
t If I should be living when one or ad
th of them make the attempt, and I ad
I see one or both silently using aid lit
ich corrupts the ballot box. please pr,
)d. I would repudiate my sons for ex
ch a foul wrong. I have never as yet an
ted for an African for any public he
Ice, but in such direful extremity, thi
I could find a tolerably decent Afrt- th
n to vote for, I would vote for him, te
other than for a reprobate son, will- Ge
g to sacrifice the honor of his State en
r a paltry office. I woul8 do that sa
ry thing, so help me God! Stockton or
nothing; Gilchrist is nothing; but StO
Spurity of the ballot box is every- mi
In,. To keq the saloon power out
its attempted control of this State, ye
at, indeed, is worth doing. y
Yours for Florida and a pure ballot to
(Signed) WILLIAM E. BOGGS. sit
N B.-Since Friday. May 2. 1901 I Ge
ve not exchanged a word with Mr. thi
------ about the moun N bribery
and corruption fund ar haVe baey
sent into Florida to crol the pend
Ing elections. Nor, so thr as I know
has Mr. Jones, Mr. Stewart, Mr. MHn|
or Mr. Cockrell. Indeed, we have had
no communicattop whatsoever, oral o01
written. Had I Chosen to ask him tc
reiterate in this paper what he said
then, I have no idea how he would
regard the request. All these gentle.
men will read these words, and did I
misrepresent them in any way they
would surely correct me. The facts
are exactly as stated, and so shall
they stand. I asked Mr. W. Frasier
Jones to read my answer, and he
agrees to what is in it.
(Signed) WILLIAM E. BOGG8OS
Jacksonville, Pla.. June 5, 1908.-
Dr. W. E. Boggs, 325 Newnan Street,
Jacksonville. Fla.: My Dear Dr. BogV
-I have not time to read your reply
to my letter of yesterday in behalf of
General Oilchrist. However, I have
read your note, and rest assured that
the entire correspondence will be pub-
lished in full. I will have this done
In the Times-Union, and if you can
give me any paper which you prefer,
please Indicate In your reply.
Sincerely, J. 0. LAFONTISEE.
more to do with it than you bad, d
refused to use such methods from the
very beginning. I am satisfied, air,
that had you Investigated a litUe
there would have been no need for
this correspondence, and I hope that
a sense of Justice will now cause you
to publicly withdraw the charges
I have the honor to remain, yours
truly, J. 0 LAFONTISEE.
Jacksonville, Fla, June 8, 1908.-
Rev. Wm. E. Boggs, No. 325 Newnan
Street, Jacksonville, Fla.: My Dear
Sir-I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your esteemed favor of the 4th In an-
swer to my letter of Inquiry to you
of the same date asking your source
of Information for the statement made
hv the Rev. J. W. Blgham as to the
alleged $360.000 sent Into the State to
elect Gilchrist. he having given you
as his authority for the same. I ad-
vised you at the time that the corre-
spondence was Intended for publica-
tion and your answer admits two
1st. That von did give Mr. Bigham
2nd. That you had nothing more to
base it on than the hearsay statement
,f Mr .
Now, my dear sir,. you take umbrage
hat I denounced those statements as
untrue, yet your only justification is
hat Mr. --- told you so In a casual
conversation: yet, you gave out such
t statement as an actual fact. and If
Mr. Bigham Is correct, this gossip
caused fourteen ministers to sign and
int out a statement to that effect.
rhich has not only been published in
ne newspapers but circulated freely
n printed form throughout the State,
nd '-.ed and Is still being used by
dr. Bigham in political speeches In '
he different counties in behalf of Mr. 1
tockton and against Gen. Gilchrist. I 1
dmft a certain amount of youth (I
m 37 yearsoof age); respect age and '
rfsdom. and was taught to have espe-
Isl regard for the sacredness of your
willing: but I neglected to learn that P
Tther are or a ministerial cloak gave 0
cense to slander, or to blacken the
baracter of the humblest eftizsen. The
atement made by you In your letter, 4
iat you had seen no denial by Gen- I
al OGTchrist or myself, seems plead- *
r now In Justification or excuse, but t
me can hardly be called upon to deny a
charge before it ts made. Mr. Bth-
Lm's speech was made on the third. N
y letter denying it Is dated the 4th.
it even if a dignffied silence had 1
en maintained, would It excuse you. a
their personally or in your ministe- =
at capacity, for putting out a state-
Pnt which was and Is not true In C
seff. and which If you had Investl- c
ted you would have so ascertained?
Fourteen minister of the church, h
ryfng on this piece of gosip fur- cl
shed hy you have lent themselves to in
public attempt to blacken the char- a
ter of a man who is your peer In a
cry respect, morally and temper- in
ely. though he does not wear a e
erfear garb, and who took for his n
mpaign motto in the beginning: p
Tear No EviT. See No Evil, Speak
r Evil." and has adhered to ft. May
ask which is woree, the corruption
the ballot by money, or by the pro-
ugatfom of false statements. The
arge against General Gflchrilt emk o
ting from you Is denied and stands 0
tnout proof. Your statement put out
influence the vote of the people, ad- be
tted to be gossip by you, faces you l
every precinct and county In the
ate. One of the first lessons taught g
e by the church was against "Evil lI
eakfng," "Slander," "Gossip," and an
leaning false witness against my on
Ighbor." You almost shake my faith. M
you must that of every man, If In
ur present actions are to guide your S
I reiterate again that the statement m
ide by Mr. Bigham which you now b
mit you were authority for is abso-
tely untrue. I have asked for the d,
oof of the charge and am met by ci
ruse and referred to a statement of co
Mr.---, that he heard It, etc., m
d yet you have caused or allowed to n
scattered broadcast over the State s
e bold statement, that the liquor In- w
rests had put up $360,000 to elect if
neral Gllchrist; attempted to black- ca
his character and Inaugurate a cru- tc
de by the ministry against him In is
der to Influence the people of the lo
ate, stir up strife and elect another M
an to office. No court would list4t y,
r a moment to such .testimony. and t
t. as a minister you admit that be- th
re putting out this monstrous charge ot
u failed to even ask a queaUon or pi
ascertain, even in the most casual w
inner, if your Mr. could poe.
ly be mistaken. Had you done so, M
u might also have ascertained that ha
neral ltlehrist knew nothing about en
at gallon of whisky, had nothing I
Stockton eve voeld
Was known to be on
Sace,. before. h got
asing for governor.
to this politeal mas"
AO wise by those w11
I live la a dry county .
It d4, am glad of It.
It will be any other
governor. The neigh
know him best, and w
ry his own county or
State office it is safe for
vote for the man wbho am
Mr. Browns advocatnl
hibitlon, carried Monroe
home, which is wet, by
Mr. Stockton failed to e
or precinct by any
The State political
duced a few goo6 tem.
JuMap in and try to blind
State prohibition; they
honest in their efforts, but
is the political pie eater w
term the little man with the
who don't want the people.
about the high taxes they are1
to pay. or the exhausted
the State treasury, or the
public money that bas been
the Everglades, but to look at.
ance only and thus elect Sta
that conditions as they now a
PREACHERS AND POLITICS
To the Christian Voters in the Dei
cratic Primary:-The Ministerial
r lance, by their misguided seal
temperance, have rushed Into party p
Itics, which, In my humble Judgme
is a grievous mistake and I fear v
work an injury to the church of Chri
As for my church, the Presbyterl
It has during three centuries foul
for the separation of church and Sta
and no longer than the eve of the pi
hibition election in North Caroll:
May 2OtL, its general assembly in a
sialon at Greenyille, N. C., while re
firming their former action, Indorsei
temperance abd recommending t:
banishment of Intoxicating liquo
from the land, declined to adjoui
even long enough to allow those mei
bears favoring prohibition to march
procession. The action of this allian
of ministers of the gospel is nothil
more or less than an effort to ocer
individual church members to vote fi
a man, In many ways unfitted to go
ern our State, by the fear of the church
and the dread all Christians have ,
even appearing to stand for immors
There is no such Issue before us an
cannot be until a constitutional amen,
ment is submitted to the people, as
undoubtedly will be by the next legi
lature. Even when it is submitted, wh
Is to say that State prohibition is an
more a moral issue than local option
Gov. Fleming, in his able letter, ha
called attention to the class of me
who framed our present constitution
omitting, however, the name of Jame
G. Speer, a life-long Christian ani
temperance advocate, who, if I remern
ber correctly, was chairman of the cofn
mittee on temperance and wrote th
local option law. Those who are strii
ing to make this a moral issue quot
from W. J. Bryan, the great Christ
lan temperance leader, but are careful
not to mention that he stumped hi
own State for local option against
State prohibition, claiming that loca
option, was Democradc, while Stat
prohibition was not.
These are the people, so tsisten
that none but Bryaw men be sent tU
the Denver convention, yet when Gil
christ. myself and other Chrlstian mes
believe as he does and have the cour
age to say so, we are called enemies tc
morality and are aligned with the ad
vocates of intemperance.
Be not deceived by such arguments,
This is purely and simply a Democratic
primary for nominating a governor and
either officers. We know tib men rnar
ling for governor. Gilchrfst, years
go, stood for prohibition in his own
county and helped carry DeSBto dry.
Mr. Ofilchrist announced his candidacy
n April 1905, during the session of
he legislature, and has quitMlyand in
dignified way sought the office ever
since, and no tidal wave of prohibition
as caused him to lose that poise and
balance that proclaims his fitness to
ake us a safe and sane governor,
uallfled to deal justly with all classes
nd conditions. Any man with Intel-
genee enough to mark a ballot should
understand that the legislature alone
an send down this amendment to be
Separated from thit qsetelf, which
as no place in the election, Mr. Ofl.
hrist's majority will be overwhelm-
ag. I trust it will be large enough
s it is. I wish in conclusion to ask
II who have not, to read Gov. Flemw-
ag's letter in the Times-Union of the
th, and no Christian or Democrat
eed feel any fear in following Francis
. Fleming anywhere.
J. N. WHITNER.
Sanford, June 9.
PROHIBITION NOT THE 18UE.
As a supporter in the sate primary
f Hon. Jeff Browne, I thought it
would not be amiss to say a few
words why I shall support Hon. Al*-
ert W. Gilchrist in the second prl
ary. In the first plse, aside from the
ne Issue of State prohibition, Mr.
rowne and Mr. GOlchrtst stand abso.-
tely together, and as the legislature
ad not the governor has the action
n this question. I am going ta support
r. Gllchrist. We have had too much
terferance from executives In both
tate and nation lately. Mr. Browne
Ivocated less expense In State govern-
ent, lees license taxes on every little
illaess thas reducing taxation; Mr.
ilchrist does the same; Mr. Stockton
aes not. Mr. Browne said in every
se he would make appointments ac-
irding to the results of county pri-
artes, or by executive committee If
ake a cross-mark(X) before the ai
of the candidate of your choice.
For United States Sieater.
Vote for one.
N. B. BROWARD.
DUNCAN U. FLTCHMR.
For Representative In COeemsS
the Third Congressionda District.
Vote for one. _
3. WALTER KlROe.-
DANNITTE H. MATS.
For Delegates to the Natlons
cratice Convention from the
Vote for three.
BASIL 0. BWDN.
MAX M. BROWN.
A. C. CLWIS.
CHARLES F. BATON. ,
A. S. MANN. -
R. H. 8SACKLBFORD.
For Delegates to the Natisal
cratic Convention from the
Vote for one.
A. C. BLOUNT, Jl
JOHN T. G, CRAWPORD. p
Vote for one.
ALBERT W. GILCSHRI. .
For Ratlroad Comamtilea-r.
Vote for one. j
ROYAL C. DUN.
JOHN N. C. a TCKTOM.
"; -. "s.
o primary was held. Mr. Gilchrist
iys the same;- Mr. Stockton says he
ill, If the party suits his judgment,
not he won't, we Judge ift the appli-
Lnt is of the machine supporting him,
be what he means. To name all the
mues would make this article too
ng, but as Florida has honored Jack-
nville with the governor for the four
ears past, and she will soon have
wo United States Senators, we think
.e governor should come from some
her place, and I believe Duval county-
sople are liberal enough to think like-
On the temperance question, I find
r. Gllchris* has the best record, he
having worked for and voted his
naty dry ten years ago, and so far,
have been unable to tad where Mr.
v.- No, the people, the lnatagp
h terrified Democracy of Florida,
of move all right. Eight years
1. so-called corporation ring was
out, in this good year the State
d ring will be cleaned out, sad a
l. economical government set up.
t taxes and extravagant go
i. the issue now, not prohibition.
o A BROWNg VOFlr
y Lake City, June 9.
S PREACHER DEFENDS GILCHU
I 1 notice In a recent issue of a
s valuable and impartial paper oa
Account of a certain so-called matl
Sof the Gospel attacking the good
Snoble citizens for voting for that
- less. clean, brainy and brilliant
e Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist. I
- do they Include their own a
e and friends and their con
- That Is one of the most ont
things ever committed by a mat
s claims to be an apostle of Christ.
also notice that a ministerial
was formed to defeat Gen. G0
Our pastor denounced such a move
his sermon of the 7th. and Rev. I
t Phillips. who resides at Bushnell,
ter county, said it was heathet s.
also states that he and Mr. Albert
christ were born and reared
and he never knew or he of
drinking In all his lf
Rev. Mr. Phillips never
but now avows to cast his
Gilchrist and says he. is the meet
operate man he ever knew
ty knows of many cont
Mr. Gflchrist to the Orphasa'
at Arcadia, and he gives to other
I was opposed to Mr. Glchbrt, I
since the minitterial alliance has I
represented and tried to ruda
bracken his good name and eahTr
I will now cast my vote Tbr GeIM.
bert W. Gilchrfst. for I have lanv
gated his past life and find him 1t 1
without spot or blemish and that hb
a gentleman to the core, and I
found and learned by visiftlag
home town that ne helps the poor of w
neighborhood where he resides sad4
a devoted son to his mother V
under her roof. I pray to the aU-l
and Just God to elect such a
and worthy man as Albert W.
REV. THOMAS A. HARDINGO.
Oxford, Fla., June 8.
B GADSDEN LUMBER
(Office In Quincy Florida.)
Are the people to order your;Lumber,
Shingle and Laths from.
Let them' furnish
you estinmatson any kind of
Buildin g M material.
Yours forbnsineus, order now,
THE LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING.
jhe "Washington" Brand from $18.00 to $27.50.
SWm s and Flannels. Every suit guaranteed to give
O faction or money refunded.
WALKER & BLACK.
The New Store.
Capital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
M- Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.
Phone No. 79.
P. 0. Box 487.
All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
50 p r ct &of yor Shoo by havng
A. R. S.IfrWINE
UBapsyour Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my hoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
SoDye f and Presing. FirstClass Workmen do this work. Your old
Sde new for little money. First-Clas Tailor Repair and Makes Clothe.
V% AL Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
Tdspbone No. 27S.
NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'8 RESTAURANT.
YAEOER-BETHEL HARDWARE CO.
Harvesting Machinery O Hardware.
[Ein'es, Boilers, and Smoke Stacks.,
J. W. DEMILLY,
Dental Wbrk a Specialty.
J. D. CAY'S STABLES.
DO YOUR PLUMBING,
You will find him at
GILMORE & DAVIS' HARD-
W E STORE.
A Cup of While suse or Blue Label
Noce as Java come
is what goes straight to the hert ol Saw MI Macih Workmanship
very man at breakfast time, sad ever
one knows gt -oty good gers keerw Shaftb., Pulks.
good o Wee. We ke spnea p ide f QUALITY. '
our brands, as they have made l,.
store famous. Just as good as the cot
t ,fee ,. e senlaretees, Wh pripland Tiredr oar out by the paew.
boMs good throqeht mt etmire stack vih, cross baby, foud tmlwet
We sell nothlet but the best of foot SIUMttes a boon and a PMIeseees is
pedsts-thi we habw vte our. .for babies ad i ad isM W~
-.ant M.s mo .an:O tO... p0ts, [1. i esly goodfor i .l. ..l Il I
n s alh.hot weather. Laok r the Ingrledlmts
S",*a H IELD SONS CO, MACON printed on the botds. Oset3so no
1. w..uam.Ome. JA SSCHOFIIELDSONS CO.MACN, GA.fharmfultdrugs.MMaOW U
T C~ RESOL VE "1D
ITS AMIG-l TY COMFORTABLE fEELWNG
1 NW(NOWt)OU HAVE ON THE PRO PER CL0TES.
ir WE GO To1IHE PROPER. PLACE WE CAN
L SUAE WE ARE ALL RIGHT WE OWE
IT To OURStLVES TO DRESS WELL
* ,BUSTER S6Row/I.
SHT <% 6 V"*u r .apt-Co.c icA.4
* OF COURSE YOU WISH To 60 TO THE PROPER
PLACE To BUY THE THINGS -YOU WISH To
(* WEAR, WE WISH YOU WOULD INQUIRE
WHETHER OR NOT OUR SToRE I3 THE PROPER
** PLACE To DEAL. IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE
Xi WHo DEALS AT OUR STORE, ASK THEM HOW
SWE TREAT THEM. OR BETTER STILL, COME IN
AND LET 'US SHOW YOU THE 60ODS WE
CARRY, THE PRICES WE SELL THEM AT, AND
.JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. ME BELIEVE WE
TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS RIGHT BECAUSE WE
SEE THE JAME FACES SEASoN AFTER SEASON
P. W. WILSON.
Successor to W. R. Wilson.
E ** ** *** *** ***o
Nos. 342 Ck Ro5t
'. "it "
. t S
TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA.
I have already, through the press of
the State, expressed my high appre-
ieation for the magnificent vote you
gave me in the last primary. I would
be untrue to myself if I fall to use
every honorable effort to carry out
your wishes In the endeavor to secure
a nomination in the coming Democratic
primary which occurs June 16th.
In my campaign I have not stooped
to the level of soliciting votes at the
expense of the personal character and
reimtation of my opponents. I have
conducted this campaign with a view
of meeting issues fairly and squarely
and in the Interest of ,enabling me.
without hindrance, to be the Governor.
if elected, of all the people, regardless
of "cliques," "interests" or "class."
I respect the honest differences of
opinion, and the personal preferences
of those who saw fit to vote against me
in the first primary. To even those
who have sought to drag my good name
in the mire and filth, which has char-
acterlsed this campaign lately, I have
only the kindliest feeling. Differences
of opinion will prevail Just so long as
our Democratic form of government
will endure. And no man, whether he
aspires to the office of constable, judge
or governor, has a right to assail or
besmirch the character of those who
differ from him.
I hbpe to be the next Governor of
Florida, and should this honor fall to
me, and I believe it will, I will be
Governor for all the people, and not
a few. I make this declaration be-
cause I am living up to what I said in
my first address to the people of Flor-
I have repeatedly stated that I would
appreciate the vote of the corporation.
ists, Ahe anti-rorporatloniste,- probli
bitionists, anti-prohibitionists, liquor
men and anti-liquor men, Christians,
Jews, gentiles, publicans and sinners,
and even the pharisees. Mr. Stockton
stated before the first primary that he
did not want the vote of a single liquor
man, or corporation man, or poker
When I engaged Mr. J. 0. LaFon-
tisee to manage my Jacksonville head-
quarters I told him positively not to
send whisky and cigars, no matter how
urgent the call for them was. That he
has followed my instructions I know
from careful inquiry in Jacksonville,
and from copies of letters he has sent
out in answer to those who have called
My opponent, Mr. J. N. C. Stockton,
is circulating throughout the State a
copy of the following letter:
"Mr. D. I. Thrift,
We have sent you by express, charges
prepaid, one gallon whisky. Use to best
advantage, and elect Albert W. Gil-
christ for Governor.
The G. Muller Co.,
In the circular containing this let-
ter appears the following note:
"The above Is an exact reproduction
of one and a sample of hundreds of
other letters accompanying shipments
of whisky Into dry counties In the In-
terest of Mr. Gilchrist for Goveroor."
The last quotation Is unsigad.
If those who are interested will write
to anyone of the registered voters of
Punts Gorda, DeSoto County, Fla.,
they will ascertain the work I did in
behalf of prohibition in that oouaty.
Punta Gorda polled the biggest vteo la
favor of prohibition of any preetdmt it
that county at the time DeSoto was vet-
ed dry. Iwasa one of those who used
their utmost endeavor to make Deote
county dry at that time.
This letter of the 0. Muller Compey
was eut out to accompany a jug of
whisky asked for by a brother of a
man tn Baker county who was runnlag
fbr the olee of sheriff. I knew noth-
inag of it However, I am free to admit
that the letter was written by one of
may ardent supporters.
I am not responsible for the acts of
any of the 23,248 Democratic voters of
Florida who supported me.
In conclusion, I hope that Mr. Stock-
ton will not charge anyone of his 0O,-
Ks supporters In this State infidelity
and mistake for any action which thee
may take in his behalf. I also trust
that the people of Florida will not
charge to Mr. Stockton any act on their
part calculated to be of injury to him.
unales Mr. Stockton is cognizant of tlhe
Very truly yours,
i ALBERT W. GILCHRISTr.
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 tIs, you
should be careful not to allow your
stomach to become disordered, and
when the stomach goes wreag take
Kodol. This is the best Oaws prepa-
ration that is offered to Ste people to-
day for dyspepsia or indigmtkea or any
stomach trouble. Kodol dgstsM all
foods. It is pleasantto tao k It is
rold here by all druggists.
RtewM as TUS"t.
Editor True Democrat, Tallahamee,
Sin-Please allow me space in your
valuable paper to express mythIks to
the Democratic voters of LeB maty
for the flattering vote lve atthe
past primary election. my
appreciation by trying inMs to
serve the best interest ppleof
I remain your humbmrvaat,
WmA. R. 15-
NOWe d IgiWb
The undersigned hereby give notice that
an Saturday, the 13th day of June, A. D.
1H)8. at I0 o'clock A. M. or as soo there
after as they can be heard, they will apply
to the Honorable Napoleon B. Broward,
governor r of the State of Florlda, at his of-
tile, la the Capitol Building of said State,
In the City of Tallahaseen, for Letten
Patent Incorporatlhe tnhe, tir associates
and successors, tato a body politlc sad cor-
porate In deed and la law Is w the name
of AMERICAN DELI T (JACCO COM-
PANT, under the follow Charter and
Articles of Ineorporatlo t original of
which will be on file In the efle of the
Secretary of state of said Stat oft Florida,
st the City of Tallabhame, dwta the time
required by law for the publicatiee of this
CHARTER OF THE AMERICAN DELI TO
The uaderslgned agree to become --
clated together and do hereby aiaslate
themselves together for the pnrpef be-
eomingl a body politic and cor "sdaos'
the laws ef the State of Flor=a, the
visloas of which are hereby epted. The
oUllowlng Articles ot Incorporstios shall
coenaUte and become Its Charter poU sthe
Imuaa.ee a Lettera Patent according to
The sam ef this corporation shall be
"AMBICANM DOLI TOBACCO COMPANY."
Its pbelpal et0ce and place of business
shall be the City ef Tallahassee, Leon Coun-
ty, iFer0da. Branch offices may be stab
lla other places in the State of Plor-
Ida and such other States of the United
States and foreign countries as may be
selected by the Board of Directors.
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by the said corporation shall be
to Imp rt, grow, cure, ferment, buy. sell and
pack leaf tobacco; to buy, manufacture and
sell tobacco In all its forms; to establish
and maintain factories, packlong houses and
such other buildings as are necessary for
sccetssfuly carrying on such business; to
purchase and own nil horses, mules, and Im-
plements necessary for the growing or manu-
facture of tobacco; to establlh agencies
and depots ; to appoint agents for the manu-
facture, sale and distribution of tobacco In
all its forms, and to transport or cause
the same to be transported as an article of
commerce, and to do all things Incidental to
the business of manufacturing and trading
In tobacco as aforesaid.
The said corporation shall have power
to borrow money, issue notes, bills of ex-
change, bonds and other evidences of debt
and to secure the same by mortgage either
upon its real or personal property.
The amount of capital stock of this cor-
peraHon shall be Fifty Thousand ($50,-
000.00) Dollars. diviTed Into five hundred
(500) shares of the par value of One
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each; said capi-
tal stock shall be paid for in lawful money of
the United States, ten per cent of which
shall be paid in within ten days after Let-
term Patent shall have been granted and u-
fore said corporation shall transact any
business. The unpaid balance due on stock
of the subscribers hereto shall be paid In
lawful money of the United States in such
Instalments and within such time as may
be designatted by the Board of Directors
provided that subscribers shall be entitled
to ten days' notice of demand for such de-
ferred payments. The remaining stock shall
be sold by the directors from time to time as
the same may be needed at not less than Its
The corporation shall have perpetual ex-
Istence unless It be dissolved according to
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a board of directors tobe
composed of not leo than three nor more
than seven, as may be provided by the by-
The Board of Directors shall select from
themselves a President, Vice-Presldent, Sec.-
retary aud Treasurer. who shall be the of-
ficers of the corporaties. One peson may
hold the office of Secretary and Treseurer.
Said Board of Diretors shall have authority
to appoint a cashier, a 8upovlsa 88fst
"d all an ssa- y &Mtn ow thi eeraft oap
who saall have sueipower ss the by-laws
or reselatle t the drecto r say pwerlbe.
Aniual mostiags of the stoaeltder Ihall
be held at the prinelpal ofies of the eer-
eratiese e the second Saturday of Jan.
say In each year at 10 o'clock A. M. or as
men thereafter as practicable, at which the
Board W Directors sall be elected by the
The hy.laws for the Iverasi t ef teis
eorpsratis shall be doptel at the Oret
annslsi matiag of the isckhlde'rs, or as
seen thereafter ss practicable, and may be
altered er aeedaas provided for thee-
Uatll the Beard of Directeo have beesa
1rt( duly chosen by the stockholders the
buesNm of the said cerporstioo shall be
condeeted by the following person sad eof
Tensest Bonalds, Prelsident.
Josephb A. Udmondson, Vice-Presldent
H. C. Fleltmana, Treasurer sad seere
TS porary by-laws may be adapted by
said oicers until the firet annual meeting
of the stockheldeom.
The highet amount of ladebtedames or
liability this corporation shall at any tie
subject Itself to I ifty Thosad ($50,.
The names *and residences of the sub-
scritbers of these Articles of Ineorporatio.
toether with the amount of capital stock
ubertlbed by each, area u follows:
Name. Residence. No. of Shares.
H. C. Fleltman., 400 Brooms 8t,.... 80
A. C. Roands, 25 West 100th 8t..... 10
N. T. City.
Joe. A. Edmoedeos, Tallahasse......10 .
IN WITNM88 wuaRiOrF we have here-
auto set our hands and seals this 7th day
of May, 1906.
H. C. FLUITMANN, (Sel.)
A. C. BOUNDI. SeL)
JOB. A. XDMONDSON,
^OIICB GIDBWO!i!T6A4 ,
Every Da is a Brgain Day With
Since the hard times we have marked every t
to suit the occasion. We do not claim to sell goods b-
low COST, it is not necessary, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high ade
TrAq WARE that is equal in looks to CUT LA
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
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
GILMORE ( DAVIS CO., Int
If You're Hit.
The Crisis is Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.
The House that wants
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
I eold Vure"
Remember we guarantee Satis-
faction on every thing
Holmes Drau 6o.,
a" Wsims I
Go to 9 eg* u- y
NO NEED SUIWV2wM OM -13
Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Bags,
Tailor Made Suits
two= smifor tma ilk
3An ~C3Tm a" Always b rbe sm -10a" ILa uMW
WIn.w. S. asmsIacure u b~appWWla' hms-
UTUCU. many timsusm- eSOLIt Nebo deeP
o raaret PehIIWe. Nu. L ftO
InS IR" d
Park Avenue and Monroe St
Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very smallprofit. .
Dressers fr m $5.00 up.
Beds frm $3.00 up.
Chairs from 50cts up.
And other goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.
TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE
J. B. THEUS, Prpr.
CORNER CLINTON AND !ADAMSISTS.
We have a preperamtion
under the name o f
Holmes lAxative Cold
Cure, that we believe to
be one of the best reme-
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
- 0 1
Leon County Democrats.
Q~ Ulan "t
& 90. *me"$PA.
yon dawem ea4n k
"ef so mahIe
Y&" o ws4ma
He will serve you faithfully.
4M o9& andday.
D. L COX FURNITURE CO.
He is clean, capable and worthy.
He is the Candidate of NO
Faction or Corporation.
Wek Nte Iaty.
To the Democratie Voters of the State
of ploed I
-alh afta the prima I
grat Mr, i the folot: toi
0I @boor* wish you esoo and wig
best interest of my native State. I re-
peat, that I do not some or prImsm
o ddktate to or eostrol ay awm a' vote,
but I do believe e it to b te of erv-
my iti M M to advis eatd eo t with
W. tMrie&d and .nWehbo upon
In Ms mp a. blae may power.
DEATH WAD ON HIESLSl.
Jesse P. Morrl, at Sippers, Va.
had a eldoe all la the spring of 19i.
He a : "Aa attack of s momeaa left
e -m weak amd with nha a rfl
emsO that my fmleay a dean eo
=u m~1 ad ms, ad det wa sa o
Thea I va pOresaded to
Dr. K lW Ni Deery. It
twdow e ad woue I w~a.
won 1. "sk ot tht MeO
lotcetr ea, Stad SolM!
The eamndin will be ver la a few
day. F ehrhas tcotdal Me elean
campaign. He has not absed or villi-
fled or mipremtd oppont.
On 19000 ote out of 6SOwere
a i fis; t primary oB r Governor
Broward and his miachh. Both Beard
and Lamar an now for Flethebr.
E ty cent. of their vote will com
toIn the next piary. No
e-m quomn thoi. T-ra mo bo eoly
-m remlt The people wIl win their
tm Th Ghvbe ones petal Uwme-
wt l be *mmud me thoe 1th.
lete r will be elsemel. Lt every
yE=hw -a be igilant
o at e gots are S 11 eethat
ury olebtebr uam h is vote.
Do't beve campaign m sprouaR on
date o day.
No haumng aalmeI to be made
Ir 1oy'S Honey 4 mw. ta wU
booa remedy for 401 esfe, amd
lus wtreeba7. The ft st mor bot-
aes 9Ua y somw 51 Ytr a uased
dot v1r emAnff ey am I tan h
ha im w cM St & aeft meitt.
Vote for Mays.
G00. W. CHILD.
We are unusually well equipped to give our patrbom
the very best service in all lines of building. Call on us
if you are contemplating any kind of building.
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Turned Col
umns, Brackets sad all kinds of Noulle made to order.
. I *
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Aa. OV tcr. uv,
4M-CL I& cj
i4l% A* -Gi
yw ean et" wl.
~~ ~ P'. *. UILZ.UX& Iub"AUw 1
,ea.*. SLLIUS FATb MORMON
LETTER FROM ROUT. M'CORD.
The readers of this paperwill be
pleased to learn that thee is at lest
ooe dreaded disease that *selms Ih
beoe able to eo In all I tam and
that is Catarrh. Hair Catr Care is
the only potlt r enow knownt tohe
mdieaI faternltv. -Catarr bm a
Editor True Democrat: o tastiional di (rur a t-
Of r oors we are sorry our ft tutiomal treatment. aiU s Cstarrh Cure
choice for United States Senate did not is tken int .ly, ati d t upm
havo the majority with him when the blod andWmucus mielf s of the
votes wre counted, but, since we eam do = t thereby destr oing the -fou
no better, let's acseept whoever is elect- ti dtiseas- e ka "n pa13"-
stre nt h ,,np d-b hi-a u 'me
od. Now thatthe contest if ilati|aly totiom-and Bya mature idoingaIts
ever, perhaps there Is room the W The pr ton have aso emsh
Solumns of the D ocrt for a fath in its curativ powers that they
letter from one who eeks no votesfrom oer One Hundred Dollaf for an se
his Thflahee friends, but who writes that it fail to cure. Send f.r It lt
smply because hbe ca meot be beard. testjw ,Mn
I writ, from the top of bmt Roek an Addros F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tl,
elevatifton of ome av hudre bet lel Ohio. -
above the city of Now av. r Sold by aldruggists. 75c. Aug.
york la Tale s finished; my lanmmsast.
U"v goea In different directions, some Cha NoCe
to their homes. eae to their sweet.- t.
bearts, and others to their felds of l Iot .Ir LnI. ot," UL .
labor. I have chosen to remain a few $JAwer'--" lsu-o, 9. m. ai" r -~.
days longer before saying good-bye to w oarth AlMad _n oI n-
New Haven, and thus I have mounted e **t m yI
my bike and wheeled over winding m rtm bera v.W arn,. l. ZLELter. Pa..
gravel roads, shaded by overhanging ter.-Riealer serves at 1 o'clock a. .and at
trees, until brought to the top of this M = Sabbath school at 7*0a.
.M ancm Wedneday evenins at ?70
rock, where, fanned by a staff breeze p. m.
from the Bound, I can see the city and rirut bsthe Chr. Rew. j. B. Pruett. Pastr.
Its surroundings at their best. ServIes:. at 11 a. m and 7 p. m.: Bible
Here at this elevation one can see for m T.P.U.. St 6P. m.; Prt rand
miles in any direction. To the north, Prais senivte Wadneday evening at 7"5 p: m.
Is a rolling country which in winter Evrwy y welcome.
appear le a vt by of w re-. St. John's Episcopal Church. Rev. Charles Mar-
appears like a vat body of woods re- tinNlmRector.SveSunaysandH da
cently burned by a wild fire, but now at o emnunionT7o'clock a. m undaya.I a.m.
this season of the year having Just 7.0 p. m. Friday s. pU m. St. Micia's
enough growth to make the view ex- "m rvic:Sundas p. d
ceedingly beautiful. A little river may Chrstian Scine.&-Servicareheld ever Sun-
be clearly seen winding for several dr at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wedneaday evening at
miles along the valleys between hills; 8 ele In thefront room condstory, of
ml along the valley between the blding eat of the poetodlee. This room is
It widens occasionally into lakes, and alaomed as a Christian Scienee reading room.
then passes on in a curve around this and le open daily except Sundays and Frida
aftenmoons between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
rock on which I am sitting until some a. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
two miles below, it empties into Long invited. The Sunday School is held Sunday morn-
Island. Turning to the south beyond ins fr Om10 to10:45.
the city I scan a long stretch of Con- I ^^%'1t1e ^ ^^h i
necticut shore lying along the Sound. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup recom-
It seems I can almost see Providence, mended by mothers for young and old;
R. I.. far up the shore on the east. prompt relief for cous colds,
.while the skyscraper of New York are croup, hoarseness, whooping-cough.
all but visible as I peer through th Gentle laxative and pleasant to take.
all but visible I peer through the Guaranteed. should be kept. in every
blue of the west. On a day like this a household. Cobbs Drug Store. (3 to
sail through those quiet waters would Aug).
not be the least of all pleasures. AU). ..
Between me and the water lies the old
college town, New Haven. Yes, up here ALDERT W. GILCHRIST.
so close to the great metropolis it is Cadidte Governor of Florida
only a town. If it were in Florida or
Georgia it would be quite a city, for
theSe I a population here of no less
than 140,00. New Haven does not,
however, Impress one as being a city,
but rather as an overgrown country
town. There is no rush, no hustle, no
putting on of city airs, as one may seO
in Atlanta and many other places. But
there Is something attractive about the
old place that makes one linger long in
this season of the year before leaving
her streets lined with tall and stately
elms, and her parks planted with
groves of trees.
I look down upon New Haven this
beautiful. But the greatest attrtstloa
down there in not dependent upoxApoun
elms and spring perfumes for m he a eld.
lag powers, Yale University keeps her
me as well through winter snows and
Sleets. She gathers them under her
feathers while wintry winds howl, and
not one to Illoontent with his place.
'Three thousand five hundred men are so .
fortunate as to be students in this in-
stitution, while nearly five hundred No fhetiot machine or rint broht kim out.
men are honored with positions on e wiUd a csadtmwel a datns*o hwn-
Yalo's teaching force. Ierpotio o the ati-a.W portisms. the prohi-
-o-- hir- e ar btioafbta sad the sati-prohibitionists. of the local
Sadantage for learning here ae tioniUt thy Christias and the Jews and of the
tasnrpassed, the free enthusiasm in fontilas thle ablins and ainnem." He would
athlete sports keeps every man awake vOf t tp oapoUrt ae t Phari om
Thee Ooroaronttanuotdo without t People.
or Yale, but the best of all at this and the poplosat do without the c.. tLam.
*Iaversity is the spirit of democracy Neither shou d Mbe -m d to oprs ts other.
gat pervades the Institution. There is SCaA s abmarhl be organid.
ashIticicensing ecs h little aster-
S"I am holler than thou" attitude pri *sboud be mued" in order that taxation
&suemed by any man here, no matter AbM bl othvem tio.provider
Ar2Eb XX = of te Comet itutlou povileefor L.-
Whother he be the son of the rich, ia eal Ot. Tme qeuMested sectors [not eM Gov-
ms or aristocratic. Every man is oi JapProwvMor vtetomstituttomnl samendm ta.
hib fellows treated as a man and a HO. isnom the a"mt constructedb
Mtle.an until found otherwise, and is oa life workiinin a y. Florida
a he is frozen out. Thus the aeso- at a salary c LS pe monPth, auad brded him-
SIself OHe hasM bsemlf beenm a hbad working. stAn-
m .Uo. In such a body of men are not |r nma a, d he koow what it mmMia ineths,
Udtly considered by those who would He h as r married hasb always d bgla-
premote in themselves Christian man- n._ iMshO~ WObea smem in hat
bood and brotherly relations toward feels e will mbe eted 1 hbe se s euh
all. There is a close fellowship be. vot.S es noomt propose to trnadeo *,a sigl*
tween men in different departments of G rte2 %0 hmer, be i do vernor.at It is
study. tint hdihor.ees want the e
S Speaking especially of the Divinity
school. in which I have done a large, to be a great reaction in this genera-
part of my work the past three year Ute agalast such spirit, and we are
there is here a different spirit to t going to become a more united christ.
which characterized most theological lanity because we are becoming a more
wehools in past. About a dozen difft. latelligent people. It's the wish of men
eat denominations are represented ft who go out from this aghool that Catho-
the student body. In the class whiH lic, Protestant and Jew in this country
graduates this'year are one Episcopal. know each other the better and become
la, four Methodists, four Balmore united in promoting righteous-
three Congregationalists, one oess and peace on earth.
Brethren, one Quaker, and one But I am talking too much. The
Making a total of fifteen reprea f:sun seems to be settling down over
S even diferent churches. The AfliU there in the streets of New York.
A monLhs the men of this class were Wo- Night shadows will soon come, and I
gather we knew each to what cheae must coast down this rock to find my
the others belonged, but before the O supper. Perhaps I shall finish at some
year was over we could not remember, other time when I have moved on to
and did not care which brand of church other parts.
claimed him. Will there be any of that ROBIRT B. M'CORD.
arrow denominational spirit in any of Yale Station, New Haven, Ct.
these men who go out to take up their
work In the pastorate? No. they wig POOR MILK
be far removed from any such feel Is often thought to be responsible for
bo far as I know, not one of tan infant's loss tn weight or general
has changed his denomination poor health. The cause usually Is that
has been here, but he will to the child has worms. They got the
serve in his church having Fourishment In the food and the baby
ilo and a more unaelt. starves, actually starves. Whits's
se. lfsh. and even bf Cream Vermifuge expols the worms
Sabatenalism has character th and nourishes the child, sure aad safe.
Sreh Ia some quart art th Price cents. Sold by HardeeIm.lth
deew eenturtes. But tb ao gto 0o. *
Panacea Spin gs Hotel
UND NEW MANAGEMENT.
J. I. LANOSTON, Lessee and M'gr.
Mr. Morgan is again in charge of Hotel and Tables.
Springs and House generally overhauled and
new concrete Spring Bathing Pool 80X30 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.
Drs. ARMSTRONG & BARROWS, THOROUGHBRED JACK.
Eye Specialists. .
Home Offce upstairs In West Build-
ing, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Extra Kentucky Stock,
For Sale I
Dr. Armstrong will personally make
professional visits to Tallahassee the
frst Monday of each month. Those
wishing scientific service by the most
modern method in overcoming all forms
of eye troubles or reflex complications;
headache, nervousness and many forms
of chronic troubles, should see him.
Office at Hotel Bloxham, one day only.
Next visit July 6th.
3 Four Horse Wagons.
At Reasonable Prices.
W. H. Adkinson.
A few small farms. improved
and unimproved, in good locali-
ties. Apply to
J. R. MILLER,
T. B. BYRD& CO.
Alway Handle the Purst
and le&t Groccries, Con-
On Bronaugh street, nice lot, feed
room and loft, and two stalls in sam,
and buggy and. hrne room, two blocks
from Monroe street. Apply at this
For the next sixty days we will make
a liberal discounton all spot eah orders
for flooring, ceiling ad novelty siding.
It will pay you to Ivestigate. _
8-tf CELM BBO&
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OONC3RN: NO.
ee t ebr li mtmt I the umdMaei.-
ChorlI. 3LleyaUs.stoMW of tde st" of Cl.
via W. Bradler, will eaMt sa to sad
voaeiM to the Coory Vio. ey e .. sUty.
=l80 da, and fra 5.dbhdiS e-euuw
t adid estate. aa eartow the date heref.
This oth da of Jaanmy. 1 A5m,
awutor t w ofsate e m a1 W. Maw.
Ite eto8pMer.New Task. 4M
Au-nts-l y getott*o.
TO ALL WHOM 1 MAY tONCU : NO.
N. B* b ffewge
smes I amams after
L~ 7h ray hme lebt mm .mm
Pat up ready to aus.
Pries ef. Try it. sW Drng Moe.
(8 to Ag.).
A Money-Maker for Aents
"THE OLD WORLD
AND ITS WAYS"
William Jennnigs Bryan
S76 Imperial Octavo Paga. 2SI Superb
Sfn.aavwsin from Photogrphs. take. by
nme-ntin h s trip aoend theM wrd ld
his Tvia tosl asto Greatest book of tmvd
eVl writtm. Mot meeMWful ale of this
-MH. Pur BldHJ- In 4 Mutbs.
hajMt' ast. Write at onme for "Twri-
tory" sad Aseat'sOutft."
AaMt's Outfit Pruo--Smd Fifty oent to
em ert af m[altas ad handliag.
Tk Thom"s PuhIshft CO., St L0S, Me.
SCREEN DOORS AND
Madnd put in place by an EPT.
,t-d to tay to r and work
w', aiMda n16"lo dWired.L Prilem
rMMnbA-, OPALI T onsiderL
Laove ardn with W. L. Marshall, or
at Stoe of
3-tf GuLMORn & DAvis Co. (Incorp.
We want two or thrm me in saeh
county to placo estalouMad advr-
the our Faly Sp Un D rt-
met $18.00 pew" Mlry wth op-
pe!taiy M for eZtsa omInM .i P-
maMM i&-Ams. Addmm, Lake City
Wh CW, 468 West 63d St., ChOl
eago, Il. 84t
The auW-Iembd Comy have a
o gg. g .7t1
Makes Them New.
Also Clens andPut Ia
FIrst -clm shape an
Cleaning, Repairing and
Pressing aothes a Spec aty.
J. H. HORTOM
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spot-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
. 0 .*
Plumbing a Specily.
0. H. AVERITT
for all kinds of
of any kind,
Good Teams for Pleasure
MP& mH POPOO
W. D. Pietole..s
Oiwt of tewa erdW* OW
",' ". **
-. .--".--,-------,-T---- .... ...------ I-I-I T h
Is your house wired?
It not, Why not?
will gladly call
And Its Comforts
Every light but Electricity
gives off smoke, and smoke
contains soot, which deposits
on your wall paper, curtains
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.
women prefer to iron their fine
and laces themselves, and the
Electric Iron is the only way
that it can be done with ease.
CITY ELECTRIC PLANT,
Office and Show Rooms
.410 East Parke Avenue.
We Are Making Fine
Propositions on Wiring
THE LIGHT TURNED ON for his high-handed act, and in the pretenses to friendship for the poor mitted unrestra
same breath he says: "He was paid man, allows Jennings (a more pigmy and s beeunworth
(Gainesville Sun.) I only one-third of the interest and none in comparison to Judge Raney) to re- A change of
The incandescent light of truth has of the principal." "Only," and "none," ceive $16,000 for work that was done calves; he does
been turned on some of Governor as used by Broward in this sentence, by Judge Raney for one thousand dol-
Broward's official acts, and while only 'create a doubt in the reader's mind as lars. It appears that necessity knew
the surface has been penetrated, suffl. to the truth. If Jennings was entitled no law, and it is evident that in State HE GOT WH
client evidence has been produced to to one-third, why not to all of the $30,- affairs things which were once vices "Nine years ag
convince any unbiased advocate of 000 interest? If entitled to the interest, are now manners., time had orme-
good government that some of the; he was undoubtedly entitled to the The Governor says Ex-Governor Jen. ti Mll had come
State affairs have been conducted in' principal. Jennings was paid this nings is supporting Mr. Fletcher. If down and life h
a shameful way. It Is indeed lament- money under the pretense of service this is true, the base Ingratitude and thread It whas
able that the Governor of Florida has rendered the State as Governor. If perfidy of William Sherman Jennings ommended Elect
so far forgotten his promises and thea true, it Is a crime, as the Governor is surpassed only by the acts of Bene- bottle and I
duty he owes the State. He shows; is not entitled to pay other than his dict Arnold and Judas iscariot. It is strength I had
an insatiable greed for office, and salary. When Jennings received the a subterfuge and a fake with political but Electric BItt
descends to the level of a ward-heeler $10,000 he was under contract as at- significance. We are constrained to turf again, and
(and this while he is chief executive torney for Broward and his sdeiates believe that a wolf may change his since." Sold un
of the State), in that he prefers at a salary of $5,000 per annum, which coat, but not his disposition. druagists. 60 e
charges, which the facts will not war- was paid him, making a total of The people should at least learn Wood's Liver i
rant, against his honorable opponent. $ib,00. by painful experience, and not be
For weeks he has absented himself Julge Raney, the eminent jurist, hoodwinked by Governor Broward's
from the capital, making two or more was previously the paid attorney for demagogic and ambiguous speeches, Mins Alma DeC
speeches daily, and will continue to the Internal Improvement Fund at a State reasons, and booklets. He has has returned hot
do so until after the primary. ti the salary of one thousand dollars per been derelict to his duty and has visit In Tallahai
"meantime the State affairs are neg- annum. Raney was dismissed, andI broken his promises to the people by Hon. and Mrs.
looted, and he is drawing his salary Broward, who makes such sickening his compromises. He has also per. DeCottes Is a nie
of $400 per month. He is aild to have
but little money; still he spent a large
sum of money In his campaign four t1 N
years ago. and now s apparently spend. !'U WEST' I U I ON *E-LT-
Ing much mer. TM voter must su
mine from whence it comes.
Among the most glaring question- M4,000 OFFICES IN AMIRICAe CABLK SRV-
able acts of Governor Broward, hang-
ing as it does about his neck like a1 By a mL8tMucmoniM lwI.V.
millstone, is the annual attorney's fees hmtmmm-Wa.,a shism D s aY o
and other sums of money allowed Ex- 66 e ;a in "I" lbmumde.Wns ah md
Governor Jennings. We quote literally ass ag Laow R P sodsaw.saw, nd tCe ormbu
from the booklet recently issued by ROBE0'1'O. CLOWRY, Presldent and Cenors
Governor Broward, page :
"Complaint has ais been made of REO E IED at Cor. Say and tug its,, Jmck l~nS, Fit.
the fes paid in those compromises R 0 EIVED tcor say a ss Sts.acksonvilleFi
to Nx-Governor Jennings, who repre-. T6 PHOY : ass. TS6
sentd the present trustees. In de- 60 Yr ,4 1id
fense of that action I say that theI
proceeds of the sale of 103,000 acres1
of land to the Tallahassee Southern T allahasoe F a,
Railroad Co. amounted to $124,000.00,
which sum was placed at interest by
him when he was Governor, though HOn DunCan U, .e7l9t0h e .
the trustees were enjoined from pay- '
ing out the money; which Interest x
amounted, at the time of settlement, a X
to $30.000.00; and therefore Ex-Gov-
ernor Jenaings was paid only one-third
of the interest and none of the princl. ACCOpt my Con"gratulaticrn.
pal which was saved by requiring the !
banks which had the money on de-,
posit to pay interest., in the second primary. I will cast my vo
Holy Moes? What a confession of
punie faith, or treachery. It appears
to be an acknowledgment that he tI .o United States Senator with much pleasure.
particeps criminist Napoleon Broward,
standing in the shadow of a mighty
name, and appearlUg to be an a B La
plies of William Sherman Jonhnigs,--
lowed btm to tale tea thousand dol-
lars of the people's money; and for
this deed should meet his Waterloo on
;w- lth. Gov*or Brow 12 p1a
plalas that T oherre, he was pail
sul f4thirda of the Ita ad eN seeo-*- -
atmas se V t er WAV* 3 W eM0-1 TrANSPFDMf NY TELl
, vmo hons *s. -v, tns. .r -
ned extrma"Ma epe
,d and found wanting,
r of a greater trust
pasturane makes ft
not need the change.
[AT HE NEEDED.
po it looked as if my
says Mr. C. Farthing,
Ind. Ter. "I was run
ung on a very slender
then my druggist rec-
ric Bitters. I bought
got what I needed-
one foot in the grave,
ars put It back on the
I've been well ever
der guarantee at all
Medicine is for the re-
Cottes, of Jacksonville,
me from an extended
ssee, as the guest of
Fred T. Myers. Miss
ce of Mrs. Myers.
An Enemy. of the Roee.
In a letter to a prominent TaOl&-
hasseean from Dr. Rolfs, Direator eo
the Expehiment Station of the SteWt
University, the writer designateas ase
scale insect which has become such a
peat to the growers of the ros s-
"Aulacaspis Rosa." Dr. Rolts sendt'
formulas for maklting insecticides for
the insects' extermination, and dirm,'
tons for using same, which it will
probably Interest many of our reader
to know may be obtained by making a p
plicatlon to him.
1HB BIG HEAD
is of two kinds-conceit and the M
head that comes from a sick-headaska
Does your head ever feel likeX Smut
and your brain feel loose and Mart
You can cure it in no time by motion
on your liver with Ballard's Herbain
Isn't it worth trying for the absolhtu
and certain reliet you'll get? Sold 4
Hardee Smith Co. *
302T ALL THE WORLD.
Slie. bees a.puted to by thoomdarot h cf o~ s
md ihe Vo~nrI v I DA'.b old ltaelf l1mb l 4frorramore
* im i.daIWMasu" Aprmo&d is wriog wMA &zW
* earned sto
& !ay 22-08,
I wiah you succeed
to for you for
. I -, -1-o s'
-~ -~- .~. -.
It has been charged and is not denied that the Political Heelers who are employed by the East Coast Rail-
road are now working for Broward.
If this is true, and we have very good evidence that it is true, it means that a Political Deal has been
made between Broward and the East Coast Railroad.
.. Let the.people of Florida think of that. Broward in a Combine with the East Coast Railroad to defeat
Fletcher for the Senate.
Broward who has devoted a third of his life to hateing the East Coast Railroad finds it to his political
advantage to trade with them and does so.
This'points to Fletcher as being the man the people can trust-the man who will go into office with-
out obligation. He has never asked the people of the State for office before, but he has given signal example of
his worth, bie.minent fitness and his fidelity to every trust reposed in him. He has been a public servant from
a sense of public duty and has not profited thereby. Broward has been a political trickster aid has lived by it.
I.t the people be aroused to a sense of their public duty and smite this combine at the ballot box Tuesday.
THE i HKlKE EX-GOVERNORS of Florida, BLOXHAM, FLEMING and JENNINGS, Support FLETCHER.
The following prominent gentlemen endorse and support Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher.
T. A. Jennings, Dr. S. R. Mallory, Judge L. J. Reeves, Samuel Pasco Jr., J. M. Muldon, of Pensacola, Benj.
S. Liddon, W. H. Ellis, Judge White, George P. Raney, Will. H Price, Nat. R. Walker, Ex-senator Saml. Pasco,
T. L. Clark. John C. Cooper, Dr. L. Montgomery, of Micanopy, William Hocker, of Ocala, S. J. Hilburn, Dr. E.
S. Crill, States Attorney H. S. Phillips, Judge Horace C. Gordon, John T. Lesley, John P. Wall, of Tampa, Chas.
T. Curry, of Bradentown, John W. Burton, of Arcadia, Hon. T. V. Moore, of Miami, Arthur T. Williams, ex-
chairman State Committee, John S. Beard, William B. Lamar, Judge S. D. Penny, of Fort Pierce, Dr. S. B.
Rogers, Chairman Baptist State Convention, Dr. W. S. Hobson, and hundreds of others.
----------f-----m------------i-----e- -d -. Illl.
That Every Man Owes Himself and His State
To Vote For
This advertisement does not eminate from Fletcher or His headquarters, but is paid for by Supporters of
lovely Colored .Lawns, and Organdlsa, that .,we offer you Next Monday.
have been selling with us at 25 and 35c., and are still sold by others at
To see them is to realize the importance of your attending our Special
Colored Lawns, Batiste
mand Organdies, worth
25 to 35c.
Pink, Brown and Red
Linen, worth 25c
Silk Ginghams, in small
neat checks of Pink,
Blue and others, that
costs 25c all over town.
Then too, you will find on Next Monday. Pink, Brown and Gray Linen Suiting;
White Lingerie, included at the same price, and many other attractive offerings. so
don't miss it!
Remember they will be 16 cents.
INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. Ne*io* Sale.
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUE
Of Primary Election To Be Held In B upon a j ud.ent .d.erad .n the CircuSt
Leon County, Florida, on June 16, Co,.. kSd80ed di couit, r on the dState o
1NM. of May. A.D. 1906, in a cause wherein EUl B
SPreclnct No. 1.-T. P. Strickland, Chairme is plaintiff and 8. D. Hitower. Jr., i
W. T. Bannerman, D. E. Atkinson, in-, defendant. I have leviue upon will fo
"p u" w. .... mae at public outcry, to the h biddet .to
spetors; C W. Bell, clerk. a Sh. on Monday. the thday of Jul. A. D. 19
Precinct No. 2.-D. F. Gramling, 0. at twelve o'clock noon. at the court hose door. I
|C. Combe.s B. Manning, inspectors; the CityofTahasee. Leon county. Florida, the
,. Cormb, ler. u. M ,, p-tor. undivided on-eighth interest of the mad D
J. W. Carn, clerk. Hhtower. Jr.. in sad to the following deaeribe
Precinct No. 3.-B. F. Powell, E. L. mip.oty, -wit.
;.2lUtlgley, Pierce Smitherson, inspec- at f t Naudm1er T d in t
Stn; J. R. Bradley, clerk. State ore", described m follows. to-.wit
Precincet No. 4.-J. F. Scrugga, B. Best at a point on Jeffersn street smeen -v
W. Grmaling, T. H. Cromartie. in fee east f the teet corer of ad Lt
,v ,ev j, ,clerk ,.er 1414 and raunm Uth ninety feet to a rot fly
lWectors; W. H. Averitt, clerk feet mrth of the auth boundary ofaid L ou
Precinct No. 5.-C. 8. Jones, G. F. ber thence east twentr- feet.teenut
thi n, J. Williams, Inspectors; J. aetfeet to d Jeeon street. the w
.J sawr street tw lifve feet to the point a
IL. Miller, clerk. t foUr wth improvement tber
Precinct No. 6.-J. N. Skipper, W. la; anlagd lyin, situato and being i,
B. H Atower, H. E. Carmine, inspec- L ."; of .. A. D. 1i..
Stor; H. P. Woodberry, clerk. w. IL LANOSTON,
Precinct No. 7.-W. H. Raynes, W. 1S4t sheriff LeM erunty. Florida.
IN' r eth, John A. Craig, inspectors; -t--- --- -_ ----.
D. R. Johnson, clerk. Metio of itoattoa to Levy a Sp eal
Prelnct No. 8.-J. B. Switzer, J. E. Tax for 3Onde sad lrMges.
IWhsIhoed. T. H. Hall, Inspectors; NTOCE IS GIVH OF THE W.
SW. -L Leter, clerk. oA totm i of of County Commission-
Precinct No. 9.--. N. Mabry, E. e c e sM iersdk. at their meeticto
D. Gamer. W. I. Vason, Inspectors, e bdd t emt bae of Msad Mesmt. at the
arwt Bradford, clerk. d. te fourta of, Au auM d IMU to sey. as-
Pre Ntet No. 10.-T. F. Moore, W. B. der autberity of Chapter of the Laws
Us 1 Johnson, inspectors; w. Illi a PeIal t i ofhe m Edo thea dul
manna. "n Pm tya Iu thhe oeatv
1. L i c tlerk. tittotItmM. to obe aemedn d eeotso
2 fre4aet No. 11.-W. H. Anderson, ma- th tera., for pube. rseda and veri
W. y N. 8. JohnsB, laspectors; S!Sij?2um2em a ty t the rSlmeusd ye-
SP. r, lerk. -t oa.
Selt o. -. A Spiller, D. .. L a C.JTH,
U. Lan J, J. V. Cully, Inspectors; Chalua Dn Count
0 3. Holmes, Clerk. At -ft"amv T. Fr.auL Clark Dosd County
Pl Preet No. 1I.-W. T. Damon, Jack- oB-o Leo- souatyr. Frida.
Gray, M. M. Brawell, inspectors; Junet. 1t0h 1 4o0t
IJ. & Browa, clerk.
NPreet No. 14.-B. F. Maxwell, F. -W.
IL 1N P ard, inpeto; T An w sm it May O -ci
No. 1.-Willim Powell R. ...e SUT .11h Tc AT IN AC,
nr, W. X. Kelley, Inspectors; .d 0 l am-
clerk. .,-o @a, with
lasister. J. T. Strickland, in- ~ e2" b -vaI o
; R. I. Rhode%, clerk. iOm W at am dubnmhsf s s
Np. 17.-D. J. Hartsfeld, em the~b aseeiny m epuerseof
S rs Baneae Isaac Allgood, in- -t'odr?-.es m.i to
W Gary, clerk.
WNo 1-Jomesp Richardson, e u.?wwh5dmlt
Kf.. H. 8. Rude ispectors; smmid mw Fee igw^BL
^*il- k AwL C1TK bondi du- in- --I-~ CL_
- mOstoi a twowt
bh hetal Has&
gSee da foar Job Pliting.
V. J. RANDOLPH,
B vImtUZ OF A WRIT OF FIER[ FACIAL.
Sto me directed, issued out of the Second Cir.
cult Court of Florida, in and for Len county, I
will exposee to ode at public vendue on Monday
the fitrt day of June. A. D. 1908, at the hour o
twelve o'clock, noon, of said day at the court
house door. in the City of TallaUlam in the
county of Lson. Florida, one maw mill engine, one
saw mill fixtures and one boiler. asid a the
property of T. M. Hall. and taken in execution at
the suit of Consolidated Naval Stores Comany
& The abovemale is postponed until Monday,
July 6th. 1908.
Cepynatl g1e9 by OMesUa Advenrts'sl C., Ce
p- May iJAu, ie.
This morning mama sent me
with a big basket to the oey.
I bought so many things that I
couldn't get the salt in the bas-
ket and Ihad to carry it home in
Here is a list of the things I
A can of Chase & Sanborne's
Coffee. A can of Chase and
Sanborne's Tea. A sack of
"Sylph" Flour. A bottle of nice
Honey, Fruits and Nuts.
Your friend, JACOB.
P. S. I bought the salt the
basket full of things where we
always trade at
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
W. K. LANG8'OMN.
SheriflaLeon county. Florida.
I YOU CAN NEVER TELL.
Just exactly the cause of your roeuSm
tism, but you know you have it. Do
you know that Ballard's Snow Liniment
will cure it?-relieves 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
Dr. Mes AaU-Paln Pllh--Not *n,*
stop the pain. but do It quickly
Fresh milch cow for sale. Apply to
C. H. DiehL 12-tf
You Need an Umbrella;
Sick You'Need aDoctor;
You Want a Fine Crop;
Th en USE ARMOUR'S fnRTIZERS.
Made in Jacksonville.
W* or Sale By
R. F. IHOWARD, Tauhaasee, Florida.
EES LAXATIVE COU SYRUP
OOMPORM T6N NATION KAL D AND D LAW
An mprovemt over many Cou, u nd Iroeahl RLMna. hbdnse tit rid.s t
stem of a &eM by acting so a athertic on the bowels. No Gu rmatuam to mve
Nstlalheta 0o moner refunded. Preapred by PINIULID M8DI CHICAGO. U., LA.
-- OW N
Asthma, Throat Too~
They GROW BIG
OLD MoGT I2A. us to detea-te, how that capital may
THL TRUE DEMOC AT. -- be inveastd at the highest pobl a
ja c Uas. p.b .w. Felly eof Decryla a 'Career" Fer al t&too. Th object will certainly
Tesaod Weme. be a by closing any an%
LZ aVY T ramT NO 4 [By Evelyn Sharpa.a womenF1,aS
Women have had many obstacles to occupy amng careers for wmn m
rewards acts As te fight in the past, when they set out to all earw ae thrown wom
Disproved. make a career for themselves; but I All omea n are not sn ble to wom-
(Continued from e1st Page.) think the hardest of all to, met has en probably; but the t s that we
....... "-. rbeen the oppression to their having a shall movrj out thoee that are
to any member of the Legislature I career at all Occasionally, marked most them until women are
met him the next morning at his office. success won them recogn ton before to them all. It is only
He suggested how the bill Whould be they were too tired to appreciate it; w is faced by an honorable
amedd, and I went to ree the Kentle- but marked success falls to few women becoming a wife and
men who had prepared the bill, ad re- as to few me, and we can goees at the professional woman that
ported to them precisely the amend- hundreds who have fallen short of any- fl naturally fall to the lot
meant the Governor suggested. 'the thing like brilliant achievement and the wonm who is most fitted to be
bill was amended at once in accordance failed to secure in its place the satis a wife sad a mother. The unatisfae-
therewith. If I did any lobbying for action that the mediocre worker gets ty wife i ka most cases the eo nomic
that bib it was with Napoleon row- out of honest toil, because the dignity of result of woman's inability to make a
ard, then Governor, and no one else. labor was not accorded to women's labor, ftee choice ia read to her future; ad
All I did about the matter was to have It was a curious idea, that old notime the same may be said i. a lesser de
the bill conform to his views. These that women's work became unwomanly gre of any woman who is following a
are the facts. No smeere, intelligent directly it was aid for; and it is not care for wheh she is unsuited. But
man can arrive at the conclusion, which quite dead yet. here are still middle the more possible it is made for women
Governor Broward seeks to have the class homes, plenty of them, in which to hold, for instance high acadedcke p.o
reader draw, that I made war on the the mons are taught to earn their Uving; sitas, the easier it will become to
Railroad Commission and lobbied on be- and the daugbhto are t bght that some- weed eat the awtiosfatory governess
half of the Florida East Coast Railway one else will always be e to earn and tar her into a good me, or some-
to seee the passage of an iniquitous theirs for them. If te aow talent, thing of that kind; and a silar racing
bill they are told to amuse themselves with of the standard of women's emloy-
BROWARD'S CAMPAIGN FUNDS. it at home, to display it for nothing i ments all rod will tend to weed ot
arthe cause of charity, to do anything the intsfatory wife.
Some one has again been filling the they lke with it, in fet, as long as The futility of closing any profession
Governor with unreliable information they do not take it serio ,.y or cvert to women n tMe gro that it i o.
as evidenced by his statement regarding it into a means ofg sipos"lr two-on-is-onby"-egrn that n-
m y"insinuation"i abou aeasof sup t. womaan isexpoed by the fact that no
my I nsination" about his procuring Tn when years ro by, and parent two mass ama asu to what those
money by the use of his appointive dioe d brothers marry, and husbands profession sbouo be. In instance, a
power ana use ot public funds for cam- do not happen to have come riding by, woman may be called to the bar and abhe
pain purpose. I made no such stat daughters find themselves lftwithot may drive a cab;but she is not ensour-
me t or "insinuation." I have the anincome and with noim between aged to train as a doctor or a hota
habit of ayn what I mean directly them ad starvation but the county of nuree. Over here, we wax sickeningly
and not by ininuation-eontrary to his male relatives whose resemes are sentimental over the womanines of
apprent habit. already fully absorbed, or the gbost of te trained nure. However, we may
I have not boasted of my riches. I a talent that has been dissip a use- a atalate ourselves that something
have noe to boast of. I have told the les effort So they go toswelltarmy has beedone for women of themdd
whole truth-that I was not bound or of "old women," those distress dgon- class home since we rebelled against
obligated to any corporate interest, na- tlewomen whom they once helped with fay work and baaars and poker work
tioal bank or railroad company, for their charitable efforts, though they ad china painting, and eame out into
any of the expenses of my camagn. were brought up to consider it unwom- the world to make ourselves useful.
Governor Broward makes an effort to anly to ,uad themselves by similar ef- Nor is t in any sense a war against
urry favor and make political capital fort on behalf against a similar domesticity. For the most domestic
by poverty or of fate. There are thousands of such girl that ever sat down in the old days
wealt. et at Tampa he said that he women, scattered up and down the coun- to wait for a husband may now employ
had ty thousand dollars worth of try; and I do not suppose there s one te period of waiting in tning
. It is one thing to be poor and in a hundred of them who did not begin to be a wife, by earnin-her so a
ite another thing to use the fact fr life in a home where she was given to dress-maker, a children s nurse, a cook;
political effect. It is one thing to have understand that it was woman's busi- and if the husband does not come, she
limited means, and another thingtobe ness to sit at home and be expensive, will always beo able to keep herself and
r frm personal and political o dmansbsine-,theparticulartmannot to satisfy her domestic instimets at the
s--pealy to natonala an_ being spAed-to payfor the expense. smune time. Or, if she hates domestic-
mationbankers-wosinterests wouldd We re fort ly, breaking this y-and thee are women who hate it
e affected b currency legislation by down at last. The most prejudiced are just as there are men who like to be
ress.It one thing to lack means beginning to see that the work of edu- cwks-then let her train for a learned
-it I another thing to use the appoint- cated women is of value in itself apart profession and not mase some man's
power of the Governor to reward from its seowmic value to the workers. home wretched for him because her
s and to take care of those to It is od for no state to have its cap- helpleonesw indeed him to marry her.
who o are under obligations of a ital lying idle; and the useful work of
poliUCal or finanCial nature. women part of the capital of every FOR SALI.-Three good mules and
BROWARD'S MACKINE-HOW rr WORKS. state. So it is highly important to de-; three good horses. App to J. W. Fer-
Governor Broward has been nearly termine, day's conference should held rell at 75 East Virginia Street. 11-4t
four years in office building u a State-
wide political machine, which he is now
working for all it is worth. The power
of appointment vested in him for the w
Publi intwests solely has been used for
sown political advantage. As a re-
sult, witness the notorous fact that his
appointees from United States Senator
to Inspector of Fertilizers are openly
and actively electioneering for him in
almost every county in the State.
Among his office holding supporters are
four convict inspectors, a food and
drug insetor, an inspector of feed
stuffs and fertilizers, the State Printer,
numbers of naval stores inspectors, the
supervising inspector of naval stores,
the chairman and a member of the State
Board of Control, numerous dredging
employees and wood contractors, and
an army of minor State officers and
employees. There is even a State De-
tective (for whose appointment there is
no legal authority), who is traveling
over this State electioneering for Brow-
ard. These offeers and employees are .
receiving salaries averaging not less "p p
than teen hundred dollars a year each m
and their expenses. Every one knows
that numbers of county ofecers ap- W t n n m
pointed by Governor Broward are doing
active service for the Governor who > > > > > > -
pot them in ofice. The Constitutionof C C C C C C a i
Florida prohibits the Governor from be- t 'i t'
Ing a candidate to succeed himself. "-" L
Thiswas to prevent just ouch machine =
BROWARD AND THE EAST COAST RAIL-
Yet all the while, Governor Broward
poses as a patriot, and congratulates
the people of the State that in him
they have an unselfish and generous
public servant. He says that he has
never "represented special interests in
any capacity." But he cannot deny
that since he has been Governor he
went to the Florida East Coast Railway
Company, and procured a contract for
his towing company to tow bargeaftem
Jacksonville to Miami or points om the
Ke West extension, and received about
,000.00 payments in advance on the
extract. Do such contract- create any
peulhar habits of thought in a Gover-
aor or Senator ? Can the Governor ex-
plain why he received a plurality of
votes in every county through which
the ast Coast Railway runs, from St.
Augustine to Miami ?
WEAT BROWARD WANTS.
After all, It seems to many Psle
that what Governor Broward wen is
mot the welfare of the State, but See
r himself, not the good of the e"at-
hearted" people, but political power
and infuece for himself, and the abw.
saer to the highest oAees eU the
fiteor his friends and su orters.
WAB tdo Democrats of the tate of
stad for these meds? Is it
to ere a fair nproessee of
^Jd if mobs-- -yi keuk- inSB
"; '^---B -moin u ^^^* s^*^m^
ikt hauts aEd ft 1
The Kind Ymh
toud os.o i
m mamesua m m r
A sore hroa ds a
buityou don't need to
tie a sock around
vour neck to cure ft
BALLBURNS AND PAINS.
will cure that throo, Utah. r: he used ortorder.B
w Baard' Snimentw for eu enetrateoothe pored prom ot-
ing free appl circulation, gvin the me nstcle more elatioalt .
RHEURATSM, CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISKft
cUp, S WOUNDS OLD SORBSSF9 JOIMNS,
BURNS AND ALL PAINS.
GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
ITenry Stone, Provo, Utah. writes: "I T1haveued Baarad's
SHOW Liniment for Neuralgia, Tooth-ache and Bore Threat,
which upon application gave me instant relief. I can reeooa*
mend it a& being the best Liniment I have evrw nd nla ola
pain caused from Neuralgia, eta."
PRICE 25c, SOc AND $1.0
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
MOO4J2 North Seond Stint,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOU
Sold and Recommended by
FOR SALEZBY HAREB-SMITH DRUG COMPANY.
FOR A SPRAINED ANKLB.
As uenay treated a ealaes amkle
will e$aeble the injure pe rs #W a
moath or mse, but by a a s
bertla i Unment and o g the
dirsetloms with each botU tle i y
a oese may ob eetsd aIn aay ase
la leOs thas one week's time. This
lialnwit Is a most rmarkaMes r,
ratio. Try It or arla or Irma
or when laid up with hrea or
euler remastlem, sad yoes me ertb
to M dlIgbted wth the prome r .
wheb bIt aeios Tersialedby9
w oNB Co. 1
Big cuts or little uts, smaul
or brui or bl oes are
quickly by DeWittaWita
It is epelaly good" r pAleim. 3.
and NtADeWItt's Sed bOy7an
-. fi*r '
* .*" '
.OIMe S*eaeteadeflt ef
.re Iospeetlon What Has
r forethee vat Sovteo
I 'dot Governor Droward, who
a 6 inImss for the United states
tn.&a recent "statement," given
h a1so" apors, makes a bid for the
SAbI s vote by declaring that he
it. I d do something or other
S the oombne," refrri
mmby to the America Naval
e by Mr. Br rd rmuit be mesa-
b the fact that he is a "profes-
elitleah, eCatching at every
vote,and at this prtcular
is pretty long on promises. Not
*.l After the first primary, when a
Majority of the voters of Florida ex-
I dk eole for some man for the
o other than Broward, did he
think of the naval stores mer For years
the American Naval Store Company
(or Its predessorso, the Shotter Cornm-
pany and associates) has manipulated
Sthe market, oppressed producers and
retrained trade, but not until the last
charge in the Senatorial fight did it
occur to the Governor-desperate &
he is In his quest for votes---to even
intimate that this sdell combine
should be curtailed or itself restrained.
In the first primary, I repeat. it did
not occur to him.
The fact is, the judiciary department
of the United States Government seem
to be looking after this "combine"
just at present with a good deal of
arnestness, and Mr. Broward's momen-
tary interest is, after all, of little
concern, one way or the other.
Do you know. Mr. Editor, people of
cool, ealeulatiUn unbiased judgment
take the "friendly Interest" of profes-
sional offce-seekers with a grain of
Especially is this applicable to any
Statements made by Governor Broward,
for he Is known from Pensacola to
Miami as a political trader and manipu-
lator of the first water. Naval stores
men are aware of this; most of them
know Governor Broward; most of them
know something of the political debts
he has made and paid; most of them
know something of the sincerity (?)
of his promises; most of them are too
wie to be fooled by this eleventh-hour
"interest," that now by strange coin-
eldesce comes at a time when every
What has Broward the manor Brow-
ard the Governor of a great State, ever
done for the naval store men? Cite
o- paragraph In his meseage to the
islatAure aIn their favor. Cite one
el et of his I their Interest. Cite
-B*ppotr"et that conforms to their
-mn d wisahe,
The naval store men of Florid are,
P,lr a whole, the largest tax payers In
Florida. An attempt to drain the r.v
eregiaes at an expeae to them, as
tax papers, greater by twenty Utass
than the combined revenue from the
sale of the lands, even if reclaimed,
could possibly amount to, could hardly
be to their Interest. The employment
of special attorneys, and the paylng
of enormous fees, for the purpose of
paylag political debts, could hardly
be comtrued as a procedure in their an-
teret, as tax payers. A policy of rad-
icalasm and fanaticism that drives
away capital, makes large interests
tremble for their existence, that frowns
upo corporate development, these and
the Ulke of them ean hardly be con-
strued of interest to the naval store
S-_-. What has he done?
S I believe I do know of one move
of his that does directly affect the
naval stores men, and I shall reelte
thait-4he reader can be the jud4 .
The State supervisor of naval stores
S peelan is a very lImportant eoeer.
In the matter of unadulterated spirits,
a' la stance, he is the codrt of last
reort. He ha* *uporvislon over to In-
oeutosa at every port in the State. His
datie are responsible duties.
That oce was created by the lees
lataro of 1808 at the request and erarn-
t selectation of the Turpentine Oper-
torm' Assoelation. It was deemed of
eat Importance to the produing end
of the bulsnem, and the bill espeelally
provdes that the supervisor of lapeo-
tln should be a "man of exporienoe,"
Sthat nttpulaUon being the prpo*se of
iversla the ofce fr>m proftsional
poitisma, and for the making of it an
oes maintained and equipped at all
time for the best interests of the In-
When the office was created Governor
6"emnajob consulted the naval stores peo
r pie, and appointed J. R. Parker, one
of the O mot Aolelat Inspetors at
tha*me at say port in the South. His
Were always sattstactory. He
NW his buineen from o mrs ot
the time rolled around, some
ag for the Governor, Brow,
So reappoint, or to appoint another
ah peMtl., what did he do? Did
g eict a saval stores man? Did he
la stat poeltion a obmpeteat
uapudaest No. Insteat be
his aM ttei havtbma. his ma
S* ts the 8tate Cplto
Sthe at that M. A.Urwa
MtOUC at that two wMid
Se4er. I ma n tN
*^4 K. Px
25 per cent DISCOUNT.
Positively we will give one-fourth off on our
entire Stock of Men's Summer Suits. Remem-
ber we are not selling out at cost, but merely
Moving our Summer elothina; Blue and Grey
Serges, Brown Plaids and Stripes; Novelty
Checks and all the various nobbiest patterns in
Here You Are.
$18.00 Suits Cut to $13.50. $16.50 Suits now yours for $12.50
$12.50 Suits reduced to $9.25. $10.00 Suits now only $7.50
$8.00 Suits will go at $5.50.
140 S. MONROE STREET.
The Store that gives THE MONEYS WORTH with EVERY Purchase.
ard appointed Brown, blh kinsman sonvllle yards, had applied. When the as well appoint the Janitor of the cap- WINS 83,000 WAR CLAIM.
and private secretary, to the office of matter was under consideration, T. Itol building as State Health Officer -
sheriff of Duval county to succeed Pick- Albert Jennings, vice-president of the He knows about as much about It. Delaware at Last Regains Cash
ett When Brown later attempted to J. P. Williams Co., of Pensacola, was Space forbids me going on and telling Loaned Government in 1812.
get the people to ratify the appoint- tnTallahassee, and one evening Jen- just what I do know about Broward. -
ment at the following election they nings. Governor Broward and Brown, His record Is the same in everything Special to the Record:
snowed him under so deep that even the Governor's henchman, were walk- political. In other words, as I said Dover, Del., June 5.-The Delaware
Broward had a hard Uim3 t0 find him ing from the Capitol toward the 14on in the beginning, he is a professional State Treasury is nearly l100,000 richer
again. And then came another appoint- Hotel. The matter was brought up office-seeker, a professional politician, tonight than yesterday, due to a check
ment at the executive oflfoes at Tails- casually in conversation and Mr. JAn- well versed in all of the tricks of his handed to Sate Treasurer Rawlins
hassee; and then came the decapita- nings spoke of Mr. Parker's unusual profession. by Attorney General Richards from
tion of Parker, the experienced and efficiency, and his qualifications brought He is not the man we want for United the United States Government, in pay-
efficient naval stores supervising In- about by long years' experience. Brown States Senator. That position requitsment of a claim from the War of 1812,
spector, and the ap9alacn.ent of this was a quiet listener. Finally the Gov- a broad-minded, able, consclentlous,amounting to $88,250.60.
eame man Brown. ernor said good-night and left the conservative man, and not a narrow The money haa been due the State
Who wanted him? Nobody but Brow- party. politician of the big-stick, bluff policy for many years, and was loaned to the
ard. "What does this Job you were talk- order. Government by Delaware in equipping
For what reason was he appointed? n about, naval inspector, pay?" n- believethat the naval store men soldiers for the war.
To give o office, the emoluments ol State. quired rown of Or will vote for Mr. Broward to stay at The State's attorneys have repeatedly
to a henchman and kinsmta. "Oh, three or four "tusand a year," home. I am Interested in a dosea tried to collect the money, but in vain,
The ladustry? The "industry be said Jenalaws, little ing the 1g, places. I know nearly every operator in Mr. Richards has succeeded, and will
d-d." to paraphrase the schliarty epiS nl.canae of Brown's questtip, or the the 8tate, and unless I am badly mis. be rewarded by receiving s6 per cent
gram of a late Americaa statesman. scheme that was at the very moment laformed the naval stores men do not of the entire amount as commission.
referring to the dear people, running through his head. want any more of Broward In public It will be seen from the above that
I know something about this appoint- "Pretty good job. Good night," said office. A public office is a public trust. Deltware is to pay her agent, who has
ment of Brown that perhaps every Brown, and off toward the Governor's it is the people's to give and take, and successfully collected an old Indian
man does not know. Parker, the in- home he hurried, no man can afford to take it as a War claim, 25 per cent as contracted
cumbent at the time, who at first The next morning In the very face private asset and use it for the pay- and agreed upon. Florida made an
thought he would not be a candidate of the letter and the spirit of the law, ment of his own debts, the providing HONEST and BONA FIDE contract
for reappointment, had reconsidered, in the very defiance of the requests of of Jobs for his own household, regard- and agreement with Col. S. I. Walles,
and was strongly endorsed by leading the naval stores men, and nla the viola- lees of public Interest, and for the per- which politics have had repudiated,
naval stores men. In the meantime, tion of Industrial interests, for the petuation of the ruthless, rough-shod, and Col. Walles has never recovered one
believing that Parker would net be a purpose of throwing a prits (not bluff-you-into-it policy of rule or ruin. cent of nearly fifty thousand dollars
candidate for reappointment, John C Broward's but the State's) to his kins- Mr. Editor, pardon me for so long a of his money spent and years of his
Powell, another expertbened Inspector, man and lacky he announced the ap- communication, but let me again call time. Florida now rests under an ugly
who had for years been chief inspeo polntment of M. A. Brown, State super- your reader's attention to the fact that cloud as repudiators.
tor at Fer andlna, and later at Jack visor of inspection. Ye Gods! Just the final primary will be held next week,
and it is our duty, I believe, to re- YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS.
tiW NI. B. f5UwBFU LfA pUU ar6 W1- _
Lrs im. n. uwru iwar-ri omuuIic ie.
DUVAL COUrn OPERATOR.
FOR SALE-2 fresh cows, $25.00 auh
phone No. 8. P. O. Box 500. ioa
Foley's daney Remey will cure any
cae of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. For sale by
He LED nearest opponent
by 4,772 votes in first pri-
mary, and secured a majority
Has been SECRETARY of
the Railroad Commiesion for
SIX YEARS, and is familiar
with the work of the office.
1. reasoable rates, railroad and express, c istent
with teod serve, good wages, ad fair interest "m.an
hoo rt cesa tracks.
. Good device aad good b o.
THE PEOPLE WILL SMASH THE STATE MACHINE.
FLETCHER MEN STANDS OLID
BROWARD'S CAMPAIGN FUND.
I have not boasted of my riches. I have none to boast of. I have
told the whole truth-that I was not bound or obligated to any cor-
porate interest, National Bank or Railroad Com for any of the
expenses of my campaign. Governor Brow x makes an effort to
curry favor and make political capital by alluding to his poverty or
lack of wealth. Yet at Tampa he said that he had Eighty Thousand
Dollars worth of property. It is one thing to be poor and quite an-
other thing to use the fact for political effect. It is one thing to have
limited means, and another thing to be free from penonal and politi-
cal obligations-especially to National Banks and National Bankers-
whose mterest would be effected by Currency Legislation by Congress.
It is one thing to lack means-it is another thing to use the appoint-
ing power of the Governor to reward friends, and to take care of
those to whom you are under obligations of a political or a financial
BROWARD MACHINE--HOW IT WORKS.
Governor Broward has been nearly to years in office building up state-wide
political machine. The power of appointment vested in him for public intemets solely
as been used for his own political advantage. As a result. witness the fact that his
appointees, from United States Senator to Inspeetor of ertliser, are only ad active-
ly electioneering for him in almost every county in the State. Amon hi ofice hold-
ing supported are four convict inspectors. a food sad drug inspector, an inspector of
feed stuffs and fertilizers, the state printer, numbers of naval stores inspetors, the
supervising inspector of naval stores, the chairman and a member of the State Board of
Cont numerous dredging employees and wood comtbetors, and an army of minor
State er and employee. There is even a State Detedtiv (for whose appolatanent
there is no legal authority), who is traveling over thi Stwte etctioneerln for Broward.
Tibesloffcers and employees are receiving salaries arain not less than Fifteen
Hundred Dollars a year each and their expene. TiM miStutton of Florida prohibit
the Gvernor from being a candidate to succeed hiself. This was to prevent Just
such machine politics. But the Governor is using the ame methods to get himself
elected United State Senatore.
WHAT BROWARD WANTS.
After all, it seems to many people that what Governor Broward
wants is not the welfare of the State, but office for himself; not the
good of the "great-hearted" people, but political power and influence
for himself, and the ability to seize the highest offices of the State for his
friends and supporters. Will the Democrats of the State of Fla. stand
for these methods ? Is it possible to secure a fair expression of par-
ty will, if such a system of machine politics is allowed to be fastened
upon the State. It is now for the Democrats of Florida to decide
whether or not they will endorse such political machine methods,
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
If you approve of a decent and lean campaign,
Some bitter and untruthful statements
have been made about me in the last few
days, by some over-zealous partisans of
the Governor-appointees of and members
of his political machine. I ask the people
of Florida to take into consideration the
tact that these are nothing but campaign
falsehoods, sprung at the last moment
when it was known that I would not have
time to answer. The people of this State
will not approve of such unfair methods.
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
PRIMARY JUNE 16th.
The Campaign will be over in
a few days.
Fletcher has continued his clean campaign. He
not abused or vilified
Only 19,000 votes out of 53,000 were cut
in the first Primary for Governor Broward and his
are now for
Eighty per cent. of their vote will come
to Fletcher in the next Primary.
this. There can be only one result.
will win their fight.
No one questions
Fletcher will be elected.
every Fletcher man be active and vigilant until the
SEE THAT EVERY FLETCH-
votes are counted.
ER MAN CASTS HIS VOTE.
Don't Believe Campaign
Lies Sprung on
Cast Your Vote next Tuesday for Duncan U. Fletcher.
J C 3 6 CII
LOOKING" VEHICLE BUILT TO
sell at a tempting prices is- the poorest invst-
ment you can make. It is an expensive economy.
We 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.
Better prices and terms than you are used to.
or misrepresented his op*
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