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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: March 12, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00212
Source Institution: University of Florida
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There is only one ox president living
The Dade county fair is in session at

All we wanti g the new president to
~. ,*$ spewd th work on the Panama canal
Tbh president has called an extra
Ssemton of congress, to convene March
I5th.
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Brlac In new farmers to till Leon
omenty soil. Every man should work to
this end.
The Seaboard Air Line's latest report
fglyo promise that it will be out of the
reelver's heads pretty moon,
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Tallahassee ean get many work hope
If manufacturer are shown the induce-
oats. Work shops make a live town
Wednesday of last week was Flori-
da's slxty-fourth birthday, it having
been admitted to the Union of Wtates
Mareh d, 1846.,
A train ruanng at the speed of 60
miles an hour, received for the conduc-
tor a wireleegram. And thus another
wonder of the century is recorded
Joe Humphriee sets all rumors at rest
by declaring that he will do all in his
power to have bmitted to the voters
of the State a prohibition amendment
The Sepehopy Argue has boon re-
ived, netwithstaAdlni the resent dis-
appeareaeo of the editor and publisher
with all the fnods, and promises to be
tter and brighter than ever.
BrothorCaiwell, of the Jasper News,
i amet&er Florida editor who wants the
enprem companies brought to a senm
it iduety to the public by legiala-
StvW Mtim. T ro is no other way to
eem proper relief from these soulless

What Goveier GUM rit will say in
hi e orthleal message to the legala-.
tw; is e 4 th abserlMng questh ns of
i day. ft ewapaepe are making
S o ipiIIIIi to him,. but it
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to appeo midSa o Oa who dmA
not veedie h mersme h i
emnty oxemlve esomitte is good es
the people but bd os the *ipe-.
Pres eit Taft motors eOi es ontst
leg a WO8,0,o debit. It will take a
ainaef beeinese to recover It. Had
Democrawc executive left such a hole
in the money ha, a perfect war whoop
of iNdigdation would have gone up from
one ad of the eoautry to "stlher.
President Taft was miaugurated amid
the worst snow stom within ten years.
He should have had it done in Tallahae
see, where the smilawg son would have
smote his ruddy hebek and the mocking
bird have poured the sweetest muse
into his ear.
The Tamps Times is trying to scare
off national prohibition by declaring that
a great governmental defiit would take
place, which would effectually destroy
the credit of the country. Exactly the
a ise kind of argument was used against
State prohibition in Georgia and Ala
bama, but we notice that those State
are still able to pay their debts.

The latest question is, "Who are the
ten greatest living Americans?" The
readers of the New York Herald have
answered the question according to
their Judgment, which is as follows:
Thomas A. Edison, Andrew Carnemie,
J. P. Morgan, J. D. Rockefeller, Mark
Twin, Admiral Dewey, Charles W El-
liot. Cardinal Gibbons, Henry Clew@,
Alexander G. Bell.
If Leon county continues to make
roads with saw dust, she may find her-
self indicted by the Conservation of
Forest Commission. Shall we impose
yet another tax on our scant supply of
available timbers Jacksonville Time -
Union.
Does our contemporary think that
Leon county has found saw dust roads
so exceedingly valuable that she will
saw up the timber simply for the pur-
pose of converting it into road material?
In the list of "Great Floridians,"
Editor Griffis. of the White Springs
Herald, omitted the name of Claude
L'Eng le, and the Tribune hastens to call
his attention to what was evidently an
oversight. Surely Editor Griffls didn't
intentionally omit Cslaude.-Tampa Tri.
bune.
Claude's victory over Brother Stovall
in the courts of Hillsboro is responsi-
ble, perhaps, for this brilliant flash of
sarcasm.
The rela tion of prohibition to the pub-
lic health has received emphasis by the
health returns of Atlanta since the
adoption of prohibition. Atlanta's
death rateof 1907 was18 09 per thou-
sand. In 1908, unner prohibition, the
death rate sank to 14 09. That is to
say, as a contemporary points out. that
about five hundred people are alive to-
day In Atlanta, who would have been
dead if the saloons had continued to runa
as of old.
Governor Gllchrist most feel proud of
his good oaatyof DeBoto which carried
off the two grand prim at tho Tampa
State Fair.--Pesasotla Journal.
Mtet he probably thinks more of her
Nve people wh, made the pises posesl.
hls. Natural resources are not worth
a seat unless ma puts his means and
his energies behlad them and gives
them all a pash. Jstthis elass of peo-
ple are eeded to make the waste player
ot LPen seusty sbes.
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sa^ d twim esM tualse-de mevtie
repredese of e de 6 e kbe thi
Poasety Je stedo hestiselet
Espeimsent., heth eto e Aldle ta
the Journa, 0a6 1" by JAo T.
Moore of Man Ga. revig the- ow
sibility of manefactNuig ppsIr, eg-
riag and twine fre theekra peat have
ioreansyd the bead of tradeotthe
Georgia city. That bedy ismaki Oab
effort to gain th e astis-e o Maiaos
and itas etisea inn potobior a plaetr
and already several aobtmilsahaer ip.
ties ofd m aney ve been made toward
that "&
There is no State in the Union wheie
okras would grow with sech raek i xo-
riance and perpetual renewal as ia.
Florida. It is asserted that to an aer
o0 the swamp lands sear Macon, last
"saeon, a crop of okra was grows which
when green, weighed 28,000 pounds. It
is perfectly safe to assert that this
figure could be largely exceeded in Flor-
ida. And it a proper manufactory
would pay well in our sister State it
would be even more successful in our
fertile peninsula.
It will, no doubt. be of interest to
those concerned in the development of
Florida and who are wont to speculate
as to various industries which may be
advantageously located in the State, to
read the following statistics printed by
the Chattanooga Tradesman, which
cover the cost of plants for making pulp
from okra stalks and also for manufac-
turing the same into-several articles of
commerce, together with other infor-
mation throwing light on the subject:
Okra loses 60 percent in weight in
drying and curing.
Five tons of dry okra stalks will yield
one ton of fibre, worth $0 per too.
Pulp for the manufacture of paper
similar to and of a quality equal to the
okra pulp, in color and strength, sells
at the mill for $42 per ton. Making It
from okra will cost $30.
Newspaper which is equal to that
which can be made from okra sells for
$66 per ton. Made from okra it will
cost $(0,
Book paper of as good a quality, fin-
ish and strength as this sample sells for
$(W Made from okra it will cost $560
per ton.
A mill to manufacture pulp only will
coat, exclusive of building aad power
plant, $20,0U00
A mil! to manufacture pulp and also
extract the fibre will coat, exclusive of
power plant, $2,500.
A mill to manufacture pulp and ex-
tract the fiber and spin into twine will
cost $33,000; to make into cotton bag-
ging also $35,000, exclusive of power
plant.
A mill to manufacture paper, twine
and bagging can be built complete, in-
clading buildings and power plant, for
72000.
It would mean the cultivation of 5.000
acres of okra to keep a mill buoy turn-
ing out 20 tons of fished pulpor paper
a day.
The Journal esal attention especially
to the value of dry okra stalks as com
pared wih the yildof eegr stalks.
The Georgia acre in the neighborhood
of Macon referred to proceed 1,000
pounds of grs stalks. Th less ean
this productive when dried, was sixty
pr ont. Tis laves a balsane of 11,-
00 poeds of dried metarits- e and
sixth-temths toa. TM4, asseding to
the Tradeasn' st r s pa eteo
would bo worth WI
The dried pleat antali lait the raw
mnateial hr the pmdeetle of pulp

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Doubtless one Of the most porplexMg
questions that will ariser for easeider.-
tion at the forthoomng aseslen of the
legislature will be tho meuty AU-I
sentiment, and there wil be mc nser-I
getie work here along this le.
Of this matter a recent imse of th
Jacksonville Timea-Unlen saye:
County division wil be a warm lesse,
or category of Wsoeos, in the oomf In
asessioof the legislature. SaturdaysI
Timeo-Union contained an interview
with Capt Hope, of Tarpon Spriags,
which shows how earnest are the work-
ers of the Piaellas sub-peninuola are for
ceceseson from Hillsboro county. The
result may be the ultimate division of
that county into three. The north end
of Dade county desires to split off from
the rest of that county DeSoto wfll
probably be In the ring with a threeo-
fold county division schem. Polk oou-n
ty is lively to present a demand for di-
vision. There was talk of a new coun-
ty to be formed from the east part of
Volusia some time ago, but the parti-
tionasts do not seem active now. If all
these schemes succeed there will be
seven new counties in Florida. There
is likely to be a hot fight against parti-
tion in each ease andan extra session of
the legislature may be made necosary.
New counties make the reapportion-
meat issue more acute. With eight
new counties to be provided for in the
house of representatives within the con-
stitutional limitation to a total of only
100 members of the legislature, there
will have to be some cloe figring done.
Another result may be to sake. a de-
mand for a now and more liberal State
constitution than the already antique.
ted and wholly inconvenient one of 16I
still more insistent.
lameala Stae Ltae News.
March 10.-On last Sunda, Rev. C.
W. Jordan, pastor of the Metalf cir-
cuit, filled hbi appointment at Bethpage
church. He preached at 11 a. m. on
missions, and at the close of his ar-
moan, h exhibited charts which showed
what part of the world was Christian,
Mohammedan, B dhist, Brahman, Jew-
ash, and what part had no religion-
what is ommonly called Pagn. They
showed ale, the amount of aseney spIm
y ye for hr the world
Land several amantsp for how
'we gusm, tebaseo, qer, e It Vnas
very iastUstn and sh sld seenshrol-I
Ua people to move up in their 4
and laboring to ofa s" the m
Brother Jordan tndd to prm at
Bethpase again at night but was pre-
vented by rai..
We lear. that Mdemr. WIllas sand
have rmted the okkey Fam M m
BSthpag Grady comsty, Ga. aadw
rm a a W farm ths year. The ahso

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have sBO -h-te elmismo
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who weaou m that
given wise prparatlg
the proper sttiatIaip.
duomsts werne e6dg
good broome ftm *
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LOWB eonaty.
The True Demanet is
leading State pape
sage of a bill by the a-mi
Indue iamigrat"a.
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ville Time-Union prints a
nont editorial, every word f.
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was superanuated by the Nor
SiGeorgian Conference Ten do
to at different times said I
would die. You advised E
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apparent from the very fint.
S wecoved and the Conference
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? Hewnewatbfobs at Nicboboe's
OWirt Is Lhe best. Carried
Utie. Have you men

; .er Holoway aid Herbert Feokel
f MIris to iesuille to attend the
V -a ol md lasimte.
rM aall lhlrn Is the bet. Carried
*d l- lJ by Chittmndes & Co.
m u esfNyack-O-the-Hudsonm.
a tew weke In Tallahasee,
--go" Mrs, R. C. Law.
Kl, JP, T eIsm ha. a very pretty line
1 ifSlI l.it ,eto-the very
f M -an lMt r t. I ,
SI, 3. Dyer is contributing
S e I msh to the music of Trinity
am" by theu seofhis cornet.
SV. B. .
,.1 SalaHe Hammond, of Columbia,
L -, arrived here last night for a visit
t fM James G. Olbbs, at the man-

Mr. L. C Demilly, of Savannah,
S i eral days this week with rela-
S l trieonds after a five years' ab-
Abe Daialyaski, the traveling rep.
S esataltve of the Florida Paper Corn-
p pLSe Jasksomville, is in the city, on
O M I to ils family.
elNt prtoSuit from the dis-
P. in the window of Chit-
M A Co. Be up-to date. it will
n -- yo e snore.
V. B. B.
The eeOond Quarterly Conference for
Tesaheaoee charge will be held next
TirNday algiht March IHth, by order
of Rev. L W. Moore, P. E.
The Warl & Wilson Collar looks bet
ts, ta better, and Is better than any
~ e.rW made. Carried only by
The Pnesaela apers report thedeath
L Mr. A. A. Fiaber, a nephew of Mrs.
S A, Ashime, Sr., of this city. The
yo" l mia is a native of Tallahassee.
wa s es the line of genuine
Ssej asitli of Scari Pine
st ~ uta r Buttome, and
illlhlAiatets, at Nkbolese's.
ain rage. 8
S.J. J. Tho e of Jacksooville,
S- "lrl0 .dent of the Anti.
U o f L of Florida, is In the city
es __lJt >of the temperscee
,e It sire to have your garden
g or any kind of hauling done,
r Hph 196, J. H. Fountain,
1. *n ~im Se t. lt
Sl ho tft Tallahaslee last
-W b. ttaklr wtter was over. on.
ae of o the vweot spells of
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N@Aw _r *aalways to food
Mr. md M X. T. sad Mr.
MdMas lo Mill, of rd t.
CaM.. Ware eking their Msual p
vit to FlorMs's Capital City.
re with Mrs. N" i Clark, on Clinton
Mi Kes p ad Poster two *x-
-oN o masei of the Florida State
no 1e l 1ated i Ja1sekamvlle
whe they are eondeitla afourahaan g
wostitut of mWsie, e saws Madivy
saftmem on a short visit to old hralM
a Talisassee.
Chittem & A Co. will take your ma-
we d furmisBh a Suit that wilU be dl-
tiaftished looki, excellent fitting,
bold ie shape a guarted to give
Va=oqakal iti!faction, made by Ed.

Professor Heathwole, of the State
College for Women, Tallahasee, Fla.,
stopped off Saturday on his return from
holding a Teahers' Institute at Milton,
t6 n o7 the Chaultauous and to spend
the day with Professor Wine. -DeFu-
niak Breese.
Have you seen the latest and beet
Belt Buckle at Chittenden & Co's?
Mrs. Yager has kindly opened the
doors of her beautiful bome and aid to
the Junior Leaguers, come in Friday
evening at 7 o'clock and have a good
time. This Invitation has been accepted,
and here we go at that date, all expect-
ing a good time at Mrs. Yaeger's.
Pair of farm mules for sale cheap
Apply to Tallahasee Iron Works 1-2t
Secretary of State Henry Clay Craw.
ford, and State Treasurer W. V. Knott
have gone to Miami to attend the meet.
ing of the Grand Lodge Knights of Py-
thias, of which order Mr. Knott will, in
order of succession, become Grand
Chancellor. -
Bids for the construction of the new
,O 000 Jefferson county court house at
Monticello are being advertised for and
it ie expected that work will be corn
menced within the next sixty days.
Several Tallahassee contractors will file
bids for its construction and furnish-
ings.
You can find any make of a watch in
my stock:
20 year case, 7-jewel movement at
..... $12.00
20 year case, 16 jewel movement
.- $14.00
3 P. T. NICHOIJON.
A change for the better in the condi.
tion of Justice Charles B. Parkhill, of
the Supreme Bench, who has been very
ill for several days past, took place last
Saturday, and it is hoped that he 14 now
on the reed to recovery. Dr. Strigrer,
of Tamps, who ma a relative of MrI
Park hill, was sent for when the Judge's
condition "em@ed at its worst.
MN line of Rugs and Mattingor at cost.
Mif J. E. Tusus.
The fifth and last of the Lyceum
course of attractions will be gives here
on the 9th of April. This willbe a eon
ert given by the Rooney Brothers, who
are prim favorites with the Tallahas-
nee public, and a full boon is antluipa-
ted. After this, two entertainments
furnihed by the music faculty of the
College wil be given free to all holders
of a season ticket to the above course.
P. T. Niceholeo haee the handsomest
I m ef haad painted china ever brought
to Tallahisee.
Mr. W. R. Buchan has moved to the
eity this week $rom Cuthbert, Ga., to
manage the mew plant of the Capital
Mto CaA-, the oqrsalgatio. of
wte: Dembras haa already
>Betbu e will beo located
toisd h~ eof the
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Re1e1i, Mnh 5- lJoYd C. Orbseem
Is tdayt a- his It day di the
Sterma Cty as Amerlesa As m-ader
to Itaty.
fisle restiaM, me m sa hek ups.
the diplGmatiu "aier"-e e wh
it he --the p of e owho-e-
their Nye to -pimey ad doa settae
it w- as.a patim toea weK t te
ea l fiotbfl to be easd *assefe
**of toaqPt1 their wrei' muM-
u Of tame i the dt1a21 aOb.
rert it may abhe be m that the
arm O MYAmeurin rm.ep
Isssatedi SZ -AW ,ie.. w
in Pah, ad Johe W. dle, st.
Mr. -a"ML GrimeoIav" bowe par-
tiemlarly sume ful in Rome. They ae
bath yomaa Nt harultmi and they are
we too i-JeNt riS meouhf-amd
wb it i a d tht they tn taand
make Ameriesan welcome the Hast of
their virtue is quite long mogh. So
that the fset that they are going away
has produced something approaching
contematioa in the American colony.
Mr. Griseom is a son of Mr. G. A.
Griscom, owner of the Horemboe plan-
tation ia the northern portion of Leon
county. Rumor has it that he may
visit his father here on reaching Amer-
lea.
Special Subh)jects at Seaday's Ser-
viceas.
At Trinity Methodist Church, Rev.
Ira B. Patterson will preach in the
momiff and evening. Morming sub-
Jet, "The Work of a Bloody Mon.
star."
In the evening he will prseent the
"Saloon Keeper's Side of the Argu-
ment."
Special music morning and evening.
You are invited. Come.
A New Peat Oface.
The government has established a
post oftce at the junction of the Sea-
board with the Florida Central, four-
ten miles east of the city, to be named
Capitol. The railroads have also
changed the name of the junction from
Maya to Capitola


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Sessions to be held in Moro's Opera -....... -- -
Thiseonventioa will attract to the"Evening almS'"()Uh
city about five hundred of the ----------------- -...............
prominent eaored people of the State. MKi A .M r.
The address of welcome will be do- "Invitatioto tha Dia .....
Uverad by the Hon. Francis B. Win-. M' Cabele Warre.
throp, mayor of the city. "Tender Ties" .-.......-
To The Leageers. "Mammy's Remiaie ma"
Come boys to the Junior League --- -- .--...--.-- L.
meeUngr unday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ,. Miss .
It is Boys' Dy inmour Leaue. Reasell "Hector Brillhate ......-.....
Mickler will be th leader. Moeeley .....----------......... m H
Collins, Milton Smith, Harry VanBrunt,. Misses MKarand Haillt ii. ,
and Peyton You will assist the leader. "I Arise from dra.. f heb .
Temperance is the topic. The pastor
will give a talk. We will sing the Miss Miarpb e .a
"Saloon Must Go" and "The Fight Is "Rando Brilliant'.............. *
On." Of course all the girls must Mise Mattie May
come it would not be a League meet "A Sisterly Scheme" fKd,( )
ing wIthout ourgirls. ----- BlyPickett.f-
The Tampa custom house has made a a-"Standeben." Violin
most gratifyimr report for themonthof b-" Barcarole." ( **--
February, which hows the largest re- Misses Snider and Parid.e.a
ceipts for that port for any previous "Air de Ballet" .........CliN
corresnondinr nriod. Miss Olivia Moodl. .


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PERCELL & CO.

N Meat Market.
Third Stall from right of entrance.
-New butchers with Clean Equipment, and with abundant
experience..
Meats of all kinds in season, and given best of attention.
Unusual neatness s being assured.
*P"NE US YOUR ORDERS.

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Best Patent Floor, 24 ibe for..............-- -- ............
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Meat and Lard.. -.....--......----..- ------------. 0c
Vinegar, per gallon-- -- ...............---------------------20
A few Ladies' Cloaks, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and up.
Over Coats, $1.50 to $6.00.
Riachings, 10c per yd sad up.
Stock Food, 25 lb bucket, worth $3.50. My price----....- $1.50
Wine of Life and Stella.-Vta for Women, worth $1 00. Here 75c
Foly's Honey & Tar, 50c size My price ..... ---.. 35c
Go ** ** 25c size. My price............20c
Nubian Tea, 50e smie. My price......----- ----....------- ..------40
Thatcher's Liver & Blood Syrup, 5lic size. My price 40c
Black Draught, 26c size. My price.....--------------- tc
Red Cresa Liver R*ffulter, 25c size. My price......--. 1h
Eye Water and Eye Salve, 25c size. My price ....... -- 1
An4O4t,t of other medicines at reduced prices.
A nicel'e 1 F gured Lawns, 6e and up.
A nice lin.' o; all kinds of Dre4s Goods jusm received.
A few Net Waistsa, worth $5 00 My price .....--.--------$2.50
A few l.invterie Dre.i'es, worth $10 00 My price ...-.. ----.$4 75
Also E nbroiIderies, Laces, Ribbons. Curtains, Net Le ie
Curtain. All goods old at lowest cash price.
I pay cash, sell for cash, and can afford to sell eheap Call


and exatnne my t-uck before buying.
Phone No. 20S. Your Friend,


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Noe*le to Debtrm sand (re"dicer
A'trPZRRNP.whetharerwmitom legates.
or dommA magmain"the e"%m of SBoab 94
L~mer. hat. of LAhI coes til V a. will priftt It
Ithe oew to the tmndermuiii within ii two. 2. 'eawe.
or this witePwill be plead In bar of fteir wpeov-
-CLYDE L. WALKERt.
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Forsiteare BUsiness For Sale.
In twul abshao. Don't apply unless
ynu mean tusiness. J E. Tmd,
47-tf Tallahaiee, Fla.


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whole joint is loose, the re-
sult will be the same. Im.
perfect Plumbing is the
cause of a great deal of sick-
ness, .nd too great precau-
tion cannot be taken to have
the water or gas pipes hn
good condition. If there is
anything the matter with
your plumbing, 'phone up
No. 80, and I will do the
rest. My work is done
well arind reasonable.

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Use A. asses h. haas been declared by the fd aa orSTATE NEW S
miesiours of State Inesitusis the I
P.U. m sravT mrAY moasomNso. sat d beet bidder sad that their __
SYour petitioes esme m Md pro. Teamp eas dimwavered a Ml
WMNCT CONTRACT 0L, 116D0 tes against tahe -aid Abdiy o of *4d tkgerpeairs tu a boobta.k atad,
S--- Bsd of CommissM ers, of State ;at,- w wpakie; be-ah s haes bebe
Pn.ise we". Made AdgalI Lttaed totitme sad r sptful! m to rBkr s Da to lkAk .heandl the & e-ime
s. nems, ie rompaw, ike you that saw OUe C-WeaPi n o3.. f
tob *, ,aa was sotf leaby entitled to beomm a 6
d Ilefed to esai did not bee me a legal bidder for the 'ew SmyrA is wii t b
Tallabasee, Fla, March 3, 190. i hire of e ad State eoonvets at swid eot ls ea t y st hour e S i t
le Board of Commeioners of State ting, and hat the said bd of ma eo- l be mw to that
Imtitatlins met in Uthe oeulive ofi pseay nws illegal Md void a4 should .t.w...
at 10 oclok, a. n.. all members being not y beeon considered by m aid Baid NIte 1iua have farnd aa o
present. of CommieWonWeO of Satse Imteitos ga-es
The minute of the last meeting were further the n that asm shia id eav Tohe 4M CiomA aem te is sessols I
rd and pprovd t rejected vy said BoaWd. cm Ci .
The following protest snst the And your peti oers furtherwe- The rd State Frr *at Tuma
*ward of the contract forleasemof8State sent that they are 'he highest awi best lead S 1tday. It w ihe bmet s*M.
pruiseers to the Florida Pine Company. responsible bidders at said biddinsand sa eW e dardte.
eed. Ma the Board's last meeting, we re tha the are entiUtkd to ree to the
ibtoited. eumtract for the hire of SLate el onvie ft Is smmomw that '
TallhS rias., March 2, 19090 or the term of four yea-rs bqmanmg in w ,am"wi. b"pAs d
TO L. Hoorabe Board of Commis January 1*., 1910a i i h N f Ai
slene of State Institulons, Talls- And your petionmer resoet furally pa- P.eascoi will have the sympatsy of
wee, ia. : tition shat they be given an opportunity te rest of brids to the B latt misfor-
ile:-The undersigned, Bainbridge to be heard and to present to )ou the tua tt has visited her, the order to
AlIhardesm & Company, respetfully tats a d argumesta beanng upLn the a the navy yard there.
utoae m ointo your Honors that they satl qesiuon and that upsa proper Thisseems to be no and of the de-
were badders for the ease of State con hear g you shall reconsider your vote veilopmae of Tampa's cigar interests.
ieao I cordance with a notice and sceeptng the said bid of the Florida Another Mew factory is to be erected
l of quiremeants as published Pine Company and award the contract there by Pedsa & Alvares, 200 by 45
a fed Iisdia and bid being opened for said State convicts to your petition- fee ti diasions, three stories ad
Earub ,. 1-00, at 10 o'clock, a. m., and era, and your petititners will ever pray, bassoe.
e of the eoatstant for bids upo atce. Respetfully ubmittad. The Florid Bankers'Aaoelation will
id estret uth undersigned empied Pritchett Bros.. bM l it sml meeting in Live Oak
lis ll partk ulars with the said schedule By J M Barr,. their attornqm April 8 d W tL
of I tr ierants and tendered and filed Whereupon, it was ordered that thA ..h. ... is I
sMt for the lesse of said convict. secretary notify all interested parties A lage sh factory is to e the la-
for the fed sum of two hundred and that the Board would bear argument t thi for Banford.
sevoaty-Ave ($275.00) dollars per capital upon tae said protests on Friday. March The Board of Trustees of John B.
p anarM. 5, 1909, at three o'clock p m Stataos University at their last meet-
Thwt amnr the other bids filed and The secretary was directed to corre- ing re-eoleted John B. Stetson, Jr.,
epeed at t ai letting there appeared a spond with dealers in fire extinguishers preildent of their body.
d frql the Florida Pine Company, a relative to purchasing six extinguish- The best celery erop every grown in
earporatlo organized under the laws of er for the Governor Mansion. Sanford is moving northward. There
the State Of Delaware, and as appears There being no further business the will be over fifty cars of celery shipped
4he records in the 4ocretary of Board adjourned subject to the call of this weak.
t o a e s doing business in the the Governor. ... ....
iLtet of Plrida and tat the said bul A. W. GIICHRIST, Governor. Camera City i the name of a new
of Florida ine Company was for Chairman ords of Commi.sioners of town recently founded in the celery
the m of two hundred ad eihty-one State Institutions. delta near Samford. Quite a number of
dollar sand s nxty cents (2Il.o). the G. T. WHITi.o, buildings have already been erected on
said of th Florida Pine Company Secretary of Board. the town site.
betin the Wighaet of the bids so re. By order of the United States Die-
elved and opened at said letting and trict Court, 18,00I can of making pow-
the bids of the undersigned being the At a meeting the following afternoon. der from a Nashville nArnufacturer
second highest of said bidw at said let. after hearing arguments on both sides, were seiad mi Pensaseola Monday be-
tiag. -the Board of Commissioners of Florida cause they did not conforli to the pare
Teandesargned further represents State Institution' refused to rt-scind its food law.
unto your Honorw that at a meeting of former action in granting the lease of Dr. C. D. Christ, of Orlando, has re-
your said Board of Commisioners the State convicts to the Florida Pine Comn cently bought valuable property in that
bid of the Florida Pine Company, as pany. town and will convert same into a Arst-
the drMagned ar, advised, was re- Cromwell Gibbons represented Rich- elass anitarium. The main building
eeivd and eeeepted and the said Flori. ar, son A Co.; J. M. Harts, Pritchett will be a large one surrounded by a
SPMe Company were required within Bros., and A. B. Small and Fred T. beautiful orange grove.
*Pl te days to prepare and present mera the Florida Pine Co. Iilei Mitnchell AnpleUgard, o lk
r esmtrast and bond, in a1eord ama Cauneel for the protestanta argued cib apointD D ap in"the
1111shlebadule of requirements fur. that the Board's action was illegal, be House ofRepresentatpes atp ashing-
l!!uty your mid Board of State In- cause of the nail stipulation in the -
ltt as d your Board, as the under- terms laid down for the bidders referr- "" .. ... ,..
aMde advlsed, ordered the retrn ing to corporations Gibbons and Barra The Florlds Booastr Clb, numbering
'dk depolsited with the said claimed to have advised various clients 1,000 me rs, are planning a ma
wit did. against sending bids as corporation., moth be .a t to t i held at the Jack-
uM ie'110, therefore hereby thereby deducting that said clients, met- sonvill Extposimte bllhg March Ath.
aft sa n11t the entering into con* Ing upun said advice, had not beat The contract for the new gomraenat
with the tat of oforlds theFlor. given an equal showing. building inGainesville habee awarded
MB a3 C.epsay on the grounds that Small submitted that corporations to the King Lumber Co., of Charlottee-
S u a are entitled under were not disbarred, and that opposite ville Va. The east will be $100,000,
L n tiaee aml le dulk of reqatrenenta counsel's advice had been erroneous. and the building Is to be completed on
to the right and privilege of entering Myers read the law, providing that or before June 15, 1910.
nteo etreset with the State of klvida "person or person.," as used in the Under a nw rul the 'express co-,
Wa t s of asaid vete.- they be- terms, were legally applicable to c r P-0-. .w ,,w.lldieshimens-
utt alindl bant biddae in ac- rations. He also argued that foreign a .,ies In Flordw. S dlv
with the rwass and require- corporations admitted to do busine aIn ouae'twnqtyo only t wo
an d M partitelarly the under- Florida were held under the same laws over twenty-one ears of se. who
protest gait ae ea'rt being and regulations as though incorporated "s t cl'pi" soonally to r the apme,
1816e btwee thel In this Staei .M sa writtima orsartod el vrthegoods
ad the said terlds. to other parties will be seeepted.
Va,.. -. following ANTIC PSAIIA S. Ethelodwithe I& e-old daugh-
gMM ?lI >w ter of Johni D. GoM=VmW ow
,L T t ISO ---4161 ," "1D Bowling O r oommttaed u lefdoist
Sf flr Lao C am-M Way W VM s*a Ber wet0 K r"i rtma. It 1a
Mli- W S I w e m >a L elanimed .. poies bases hear
bM of whM exast A miarriage took plrea last Bateuday s the "Igha eSmwitha party
/SSMS T Mt i morning unde ,-- . IW la9 aMve to the happy eM i it A aiwe o to b a
t i t a fa lavor of rmeamee. The seatruthat rim teurist'batislat et to
S tegrLBeM N I~ r tl was Mr. C. 0. A. Orieb et ast *100,A 0. t ""be l l ti-
S, S matra, and Mies WU t-e for t.he Ma tasut s-ses.



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7OR SALE BY AL~L DRUGGINT8.


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TIVE BEFORE


TO VERY


APRIL 1st, IN ADDITION


MUBRAL CASH CQMMMSOIN9.


WE WANT A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
IN YOUR TERRITORY AT ONCE. PLEAS-
ANT AND PROFITABLE WORK' FOR WHOLE


OR PART TIME.


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MATE BUSINESS OFFER.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS TO


WRITE TODAY
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CORNER CANTON AND ADAMS ST&.


Rugs:MA-
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tbd S ek lmalmetn
bs Jaskebmsvlb usftpril th mI~
Alpes~ntrsitth tid mi
elm~w e simapset"dto attend.
The fruit, mad vog*UW isma W
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TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE.


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JI~ CHINEY & CO., TO-
all bruaglte. 75e.Aug. W1f.


*- ,r aThe average yield of corn in the United Staw
r Tduring the past ten years was 25.6 bushels per acre. In
N Alabama only 13.3--other Southern States even les We
have just as good climate and soil in the South for corn
growing as anywhere in the United States-the fault s
improper fertilization. To make his lands pay the
farmer in Alabama, Georgia, Florida--every Southern
State must use better fertilizer-fertilizer that exactly
suits the needs of his soil and crope-not only corn, but
every other crop-cotton, tobacco, etc.


ianrd heity."
S a in r IM y in the
Stok eviat o, (, oppor-
dd ma yeu ?" d. demanded.
ms wig o.smwewr.
Needed a N aNO.
Pm knows that Mas Howe,
tor of tbo'Me wb mes i.n
amlsta as a m am sldtier
Nu tf the awlv**th Cm-
garated a mmko
W i duity duriaf tho
Lata aii juncture*, wbam
MMMs wer at a lowe bb he
ItOlimdWmt, P.. T.B
e ti stay:
* Mr. How* was voting out
al fernd to, a stranag, who
ui*m, eted the tent and
Wb of Mr. Howe's liber.
thMallo dtu ask hinetoson
= boUdain a church for his
mhurebch?' maid Mr. Howe,
S om tho Web oe
m, m mo = is needed to
eemtry~ What hureb ia It?'
Petr* Chreb.' replied the
SPeter's,' id Mr. Howe.
L Ptr ws the M **f iahti
,be eat amn'& sam offt. 1ljo
O StIPe bUtIess -p'Sdim


Attt WIlij f AtA was maktg a
v k p down, may$
1tw be might have don*
Sb wife d not bee
"beHaved he would have beon
fa aM'm If his ehildro hbad not
me@ It M-y for.e. to cling to the
At sohevMpmidvethMat thenr Wa
b m ol against him am the part of
lt0befo -.M h If be oa.siave

At 78 Me to bhdtae-tt h ebd
a leek 61.oferag ad
tomake the bst of Ms eppor-
Ati -t I Is abae s of I ovL
akeest me. ofI t


S to tek ,"

&d to Vini. he bOOil. A


a, -*A U.els& L rw, 11A

mom hraut 11 atU. .0 eaML Ad
U~uakmla' a.w'tmsav ls4 at
ILI 6.


6w~s~Yhe~~iw ohee ~ Sid*maw tmrns-
Oaiete h Ohun-Rew. fathomM Dvmwhmmad
Prime"is ehauf = 88

NOTICE OF ELECTION.
PTAT OF FLORIDA.
10INSWUART VATU,
KN~ Yk oL H. clAY OME=RD
U10StaOU= dmb Btdo

will be held Istboevoif Ihoib at se of
4wraan dotbbd =mdbIMarcaih. 1INK the
mkIM1yu PAT OF MANRCU
fora -mumbIwathe Kammusatf1b a tellof
amath ofeWino from Calhoun an&*t. Fhia..
lit m= nbv heimumto e
ohwth th m of
(Seffi Uf.CLA? O3AW9O)Sa)
A, Someaavuirf S5wW.
Is 4ma.ef d w Ieof Farm&. oAm!e
momrnmovt tll for' the Few low, Iio aNew
hsmth astute tuq altow tan ammtas bs
beldorwbefore Aprl lt.Nv bomhusswlleime.
as that date. ao plme Ise esee
W. A. D.MWNA..
46d* a N otice o d qui*maw..ri


" molm

I have opened a new shop
on Eart Jeffmon St., oppo-
site fll market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of

S rWor ,'
I gumant mdflion,
having given &stsfastkm a).
rmdy In many of thb beat

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combine the elements of fertility exactly suited to the soils in Southern
localities, and are best suited to growing the staple crops of -OSO
eGM. Bigbee's Fertilizers are manufactured from the best materiaig possible,
are always uniform, dry, powdery and are supplied when matured
in the best state to be easily assimilated as plant food. Bigbee's
Fertilizers are the backbone of record crops in the South.


Bigbee's Fertilizers are especially adapted to growing COaem ad Cua.
Your merchant sells Bigbee's High Orade FtWN s.

B1Ef FEUTUER COMPANY
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irvS La ^^ 1. a. YAWN, pniti mTaflBw


'PROFESSIONAL CARDS.


G9o. P. RAutM, WM. J. Ovo
RANEY A OVEN.
ATTORNKY8 AT LAW.
TAL &HAMBs. FLORIDA.
C. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
OrrICB IN TLIEPHONs
& TILo RAPM BUILDING
NU T TO LJMlUAY. : :
HoPomePos 26. LOfe Phone .
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JOKN L NZZLEY,
AYTOSNUT AJD OPUOIWLIAT ALAW.
1SCSTLSUWOWMM MLDIO.
TAzzUAahUB. -*FLOIDA.

CHEAP ADVERTISING
& CENTS PIER LINE
AM .=4Wmi.:w 981% 8eubae, To
rim. am smw =J=wa~s~

IVOII SLB I got Of NOW Cas. Po.1
eye. A bargalm at thide I. -


PFia Wooo -Pbow Dr. J. Hf. Butt.
Pbh N. 1127. 0
TmuuAm Norewispulmeed eI sloth
an ubt h wet9ia
W Trimpm Noew esIn ym hem

DiL J. H. Bmt, Vetawuy bjee.b
phem NO. 217.
WAmm3 I-A peltkum. b
own I w Adirses@6,4## seot
355 aobaft -J 1mob (a
arnie MuseH. jobumsift J.SM
ondd~wmka


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Medal, bt we got thew


AI knads of Fancy
CaMe today. Cmrem


Apple Twart., Freom
Douflyuto, Golen Rod,
nFuffy R lO, dtc.


T. B. BYRD & CO.
TdaWI3 s, Floria.


Notice Is hereby given that six months
after the date berof I will prent to
the county Judge of Leon eo nty. Flori-
da, myu Ai amounts as executor of the
Stills i tstmrnt of Cdward H.
Myers, dm'd, kito of awd county.
d apply for a al discharge from
ebm exoestoeaibip.
IP"WDWCv T. MYram. Exweutor.
Jan. 1. 19o. 456 Im7m


J. V. CAUIlY & SON$

Moe. HI. Pope.
UNDERTAKER
mad
EMBALMER.
Opt of e ~A e e .ware
*lrgpo.pasptatetloe
Day or NIGht
I/deeaed mbali-.r.


C L. A LET.
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SElbalmer.
Only Licensed Undertaku 'l
Embalmer in the t. 1.
Iesidm Ph..22.5b.Wha Imll


J.H K HORTON
104 MA OMC KU



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UNm 0P~X isrLwsiATuma
We heft a ienmaadbr mus, the
rDwoomiatt dertdly turalabeo
The seate.
blt -J. H. 9, MOWle, 1Milligan.
4"As 3--Jobs SI. Board, Pengs-
*44 -W~lianW. Floursoy, De
W v4-Theoop West, Mariana&
&Ws 6--& F. fHoruird, Coo Mills,
61o1t 6 Janes IN Broom.,


-- grigt 7-D. H. Shkam Laketand.
N $t --John W. Henderson. Tal
$ -George W. Dayton, Dade
S10--C. H. Legett. OGreen.
11-Donald C. McMullen.
D rt 1S--. L Cottroll, Oldtown.
SII-Vr. M. Hudson, Miami
0strM 14--F. P. Com. LAke City.
O 1tr-t -A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
itt 1-t I-T. 8. Davis, Fernon.
b4Wet 17-J. B. Johnson. Live Oak
M1M61tel 18--I. H. Buckman. Jack-
D t I5--L. C. Massey, Orlando
M -D. H. Baker, Orange,
u 31-J. A. Williams, Cedar
x miz eIt U2-William M. Olrardeau,
-4br net 21-1. N. Withers, Ludy
o 4-W. Hunt Harris, Key
tilIst S35-Buell Cook. Chiph ;
gtti 96--X. 8. Crll, Palatka.
S Ditstrt 37-Joseph 11. Humphrles, .
Mtreit -FIrrank W. Bams. New
att 29-W. X. Baker. Melrrss.,.
DrWt 0--W. H. H. McLean. Jas
Distrlet 81-L. W Zim, Bt AugXU
DItrit 18-H. H. McCreary,ialn,,*
House of Representatlves.
Al hs-S-Iyd L. Carter, Gain,*
itof; T. A. Dok., Sants rp.
L Maker-J. L. Kelly, Macclenny
Wraerd---U D. Wall, Btarke.; Fr
Ig t, Lake Butler.
S lo -IL. N. iPortner, Clarksavll-
S 3IM SW.- Grace. Citronella
Cy--arles Conway, MIddlebur
tOolsbml-John W. Hatcher, lIk,
O; JaLies B. Hodges. lake City.
i -- OArg 0. butler,. Miami.
D o--JI. H. Browa, Arcadia.
? S I-l. L. Warris. Jacksonville.,
S. Chase Jacksonville.
S M bla--Jodl P. Stokes. Peniea
S! 0. WL. na.. ane Barres.
l*--&. R. L. Moor. Carra


Oda-Jo. W. Mahaffy, Oretas; J
Djapr, Owensboro.
-- 0. Rgooster, Avoca; J
PImn, W hate Springs.
iueaat-V. L. Stringer. Brooks


I r.- a Taylor, Largo.
, PfWXshl41l, Plant City.
S Im--. W. Wattord, asto
-sam-W. a. B. Smith. Marlannn
' TidwsU. Das.
.p. Clarke, Montlcello
Thomas City.
Miller.a lu(is; J. S
TA, l .Tallba o: Jhos
Ik Teahmoa .
-- ,. I ou B son.
*J Wils r, ftol

o,-D. P, Hull Ooatatia
1A. LS. Lstlaeddek.; W. D
RWa. I n Malse, Jr.. Key




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We Have all the Leading


httaaowga


WilePlows


Oliver and Syracuse.

Try a One-Horse Steel Beam Syracuse, only $4.75 wit wrench
and at ponte. T bst au ever offftd a Plow.
Riding Disk Cltivators and Harrws.

C pkete line of every Plow and Ipiment.
Ask for what you want. Amercan Field Fece.


YAEGER & BETHEL HARDWARE CO.

The Most Complete Hardware Store in Middk Florida.


Tcr Sale---A fi mgaln!
The 2N4) acre place 41

Munson. Extra -w(,(I
lTlailCC'' hind (I-- W4,11'ASt
(red ard well timbe-rf 1'
SpluI r(Ifl mill itc. I( r
piev awl i i part I'll ai,
ca~ll on or Wrm


Jchn G. Collins.
True IDnm crat Off im..


a1-tf


Jeff. D. Ferrell
WHREl WRIGHT JBRIACKSMIt.


(4.nf rl Rvj~tir I
Horpe Shopin1, ~ v nr,,
pert who 11v hntl %-..;ir-
of exper~~iurv#. .


A portion of h' prt)ib;e
pat? @ap* IP irk uIICet
end satlsativion vu Qa.
le ed.

V. J. RANDOTII1.F,


CIVIL Ef:\INFEIE'.


Co'~inty


Suirveyor.


VHITE 5

Cream Vermiugs


WORM

REMEDY
T'n O.IitUUWS FAVOAIU TIM.
we sn ,POW""m,
Blland&w Llaiment Co.
oT. Oe*i*, aM.
r',r f ,IMI. Is ,'... rmuth Drug Co
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Voiel ft" 9~iumi aIHIIO

IV ,on 111110"sa I'qi.P
411.0M 4 r V~in; imu IM


ral warden med, ill kinds, at Holm**,'
Druw Co.'s store. a


Opening


Spring


X tinry


MARCH THE 1tNTH


1909


ss Adele Grard,


149 N. Monroe St.


T211J2sscc,, Florid


NO CARDS.


W YOU LUKE
Prompt Service and Reasona-
I le Prices, taLw your repair
work to
W. J Ll'S
Shoe and Harnes Shop.
Sbhoe Rping. Harnem Rairtag,
Cleanl r n4 PrMOang.
B0 tf 82 N. Monro.St.


Hay! Halyll laylUt
For Sale---
One hundred tons of Hay,.
two hundred bushels of one /
crop Peanuts, two thousand
barrels of Corn in ear.
large experit)ce with lat-
ext improved m ehinery h as
enabled me to make and plae
on the matet here a qttyl
of hay fully asgood a th
My har -~m istas of-
two-tMrd, erab riam.
third peavine. BrIhtly
ed. neatly baled. eight
bales about one h u n red
pounds e Ph.
Hay, $15.00 1%r ton on bod
cars. '- '
Corn 75r.per bushel on board
cars, shelled and sacked. .
Can Ah'p over three roadsr
Florida Central. S. B. A. amd
A. C.L. Prices low. "


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Mieemkes, 71.


So To% wam t s to~
Its*a. we c 1el7"o.
-Of owur -, Writ
fun isfawal~aiJ noraw~f
a free.hlusbfpisSa
loes. Ad Pin Rbet J. U.
2931s East IN stret, Mem-
City.


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MINUTES OF T12 BOAS recleSale.j 9 4 4 4
IN OTICE isherebr wehIvttat under and hv vir- .
I --u N of a deereof foreltare and "alerrndPr.
or Public i-astmctlo o Le- Ceisay e1d o lth day of DeSember. A. D. IWW. by th. ANDER Co.
iet.oi, te ul ar M .l sm tr -ft~a f AJud al Crut of SANDERS FERTILIZER C .
.. .. ... e I-- -- at Tall.* o~rr i tt inE ins eertain em se pending therein.
r ry 190 wherta h.Capltal t ek. r. ,n or- JACKBSONVII LE FLORIDA
hasse. ganised under the laws of thtate iSttiiof Floa. JAI F LA.
o n h egmptainant. and the Capital Publishine Orn s.
Tallahassee, Fla.. Feb. 9th, 19W(9. 6-aa m .onW a.idnd don? humn.l
The Board of Public Instruction of under the the rsnWWld thue un lishin t uu.> tuer Of
LAo county convened today in rgulad r CAtet o .aa, o po tion oa nised ui der the laws
0 'ny -"nveno t hdma ilar e id S. Wtt d Cap. Pub.G o. are defd e- 4
..ession in office of County Superin- ants.Iwillul at public .ry toth highest Favorite BranO fertilizers
tendent, with the full boari present bidder fo r caso. e redthe enunty court house
coaisting of John H. Patterson, chair theft day of April. A. D. 190. btweet so Special Mixtures.
man, Dawnon Boatwright and D. R. hors of ei o'clock a &n. and 2 o'clock p. in.. the
COX. follon 4owoeoribad personal proe rty. t owit:
Cox. orgenthaler lynotype mehines. I tons lyno
The minutes of the previous meeting tvpe mtal. I xt IT e. a C extr
wered and approved. reoy, border s. ell rndv e li Agricultr l Chemical
D. J Atkinson appeared and request- Noapaorie press, I 7x1 lnt 1 ; pr s I large
..e me.... n for repairing the .-. asgine1.. Wbste And allFertilizingMaterial.
rilan school house. Aft er hearing mr. r I stereo ia t. I book oldin ma
Atkinson's explanation of the mattr loMnIr ~l in J i McDANIELne Broker, I.
tne boad agreed to pay hiorthet. fo- 'tcin s n..i,-.I imauhand .J. R. cDANIEL, Broker, Tallahassee, FL
the b_ rd areed to pay him the ori_ .WI.uetla e ung chine ,t*blades for e tain
nal contract prie for the Job, two hun- ima. I epoww -co meinew. i xt'r
ded =ad tirty-seven dollars, but re ercutting'mach0.1 ashuieeish al-
quired bim to include the boxing of their. bossr clutter. see m illlf@i Ime-I
school house. and %be budding two btwaa iino. Iattebblwk machinesI. 1MBll i.s onI- --
ter closets for the school in thia settle- tor .o s lnumberiahine.I ktruing"
pons, I job tekhs machine. 4 sewing beaches,
wMent, soa to compensate for having I S-iach scew elamps. 10 bras rolls. I bmin pale.a
used a lower gradt of material in re- let.S b acklogin aw, I roundIron, I g .
painng the house than the B. grade lItt binders boards adbia. let nir s
that was called for by the specifecations eatawo Ityp o ,N to 1 pe
The report of the treasurer was x- II t. approximately, "bn4s saint galrs. I
mind and found to be correct, a" fol. rI ,,,r imandrets.J.d. and .
1gw,: WI4aul led CANs sad I ,l eN& voteso
*w show cow 1 Ma son c mbination s. I ro dltor
Warrants paid on the general Iake .sI-ink ont*ifmoaehife. I stasinag
C tewl fd w ..........$ 2 540 93 desk. l blek-. id a Im-ahI rr a
t"typewriter. I lot ofr chai. I lot _of t Ipe
War ts on the Sub- sa ftin. I leot p t
Di trict d w .-..s--... 1.161 50 l,34 MwIther p. ttwo seiettei. l
Tl band n neral chool hdler i P e. wo .on'sess ,a tsh. I
fee er iirary alt o.V8. olavondT, w of 11111111 at d o CI
The balahme on Bai n Mbiitrit teord &av tooiis Co..x.
f(W relhea6rylsts$.tM271. t ead a =l m orfhandl $146.50.D 9 1arsh. A ,For A Classes Of
WaIiba atot calae in aU fuaods J& MN.
Warrants we* drawn Is payMeat of
tse qarimaccounts audtdand ap IM P R 0 V E D
preva, as per t M fotrowie Hot, asee
On the deera school fund...,893 12 1
On te lob-District fund... 97000;
Total- warrnts drawn being..100 12 g
As ther a nt atBnt ewh n ( s a Farming Implementsi
hamd in thetresary to pay thee war-
reM the Ur Board borrwed fowrtoM

,rtr M-m0 Jn ( Tky have th aMd can

JOWHAN 3. PABe 1 Uha a i 1|n.
""'4. ** Save You Money.
T". a 1pement eofmesses S .le.e
3uwgtabstte Spug4 at g t BUYING A HORSE

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= A. I 1 T M. tishoew.

'l -* UUM* ii r i U VT nuDAY MOMn O.
r "m. of Wall. im.
I ACotioMd fr 3 lst page)
Sand rge the action which wileasat
stliga of repdiatlin of ajust ob-
bphids froi the asme of the State.
rA Mnatie Ispreg ait .ito e atti
= dof Me att!rf had is will prob
away be __spemeg du the se sion, In-
vqh Bg tarmer gvwUmor amd the prme-
ie of se of the u re court.
i Uiseatfied is the trieIf tt on the
MW/ dwy that Chief Justice WhitfAdd
S ppoiined to th attorney general-
Sm dt r Goy. Jwunv that be red-
d d am opinion l nal doatiD the Walles
ektMs. Thelinferese b&* of thischars
to dearly diemeribn ut of all to
poreMors and prominent attorney a and
rwseamem wo tkve had inimate
ledf@of the claim, it tands out as
p.Mdarly notkeeable that Gov. Jen.
t p iuder wbhoe administration the
dbfm was paid, and Chief Justice Whit-
d who en attorney general,
Sr the only persons who have argued
0tat teclaim of Col Waile swas in
valid, and Invaildity of it was mere-
ly1>pen the assumption that CAA. Wail"*
wl ofier of the State and for that
veaseo was not entitled to the .xtraor-
diy sopmeaat.ion which he claims.
SVIYAIM TR3' "DI WiLLOUGIBY CLAIM "
ITM arguments, views, opinions and
proefa Imn the eas have grwn into vo-
; nmouso bulk and aside from the ori.I-
"al expenditure of more than $50tI 0,
whish CAo. Walls expended during his
"@e o rMudence in Washington to collect
thi ellm of the State, and above the
eaadera "on for his time and effort
uhux tihat period, mwit fe considered
t t ad the money expended since
Sdate of paymet into the State
a to eolle t his n,7rn proportion,
et pI y of which he has received so
far. a magaltude and it circumstances
th e im moM e remarkable than the
"DMoWill bb Claim nf poplar Afe
Stonby Um. umphrey Ward
The brief, whik has just bmop sent
oat by Coresiman Clar,: to VaM mem-
bers of the gislature, clearly and eor.-
=e smsa up the cam, mnd since it is a
quton of more than Rlote wide Inter-
set and Importance, a part of the sum-
asy is reproduced. Cor.grssman Clark
"We do not wish to be understood In
the sighteet dogree as casting any re-
veel any member of any form-
or lM.ltUre, for any position he may
have seen At to take on thesubject; we
. ae souadeWt that the former represei-
Stative and seators, when the matter
was Pvreseted to them, acted from the
higbet prnelples of honor. Our
is that te gentlemen who
v oppoIed the payment of this claim,
did ~~oeea of the fact that they
Sem mot fully conversant with it. in all
Itr details. and it would be a marvel
S ny gotleman, not trained in the
with the extremely short time
~ah r sessions of th legislature
for the e oalderation of so many
mtterm, to reach accurate
---s-e _-n- under the law In allot them.
eretureof we are taking this method to
With you as to the facts in
Sd ope at the proper time
to the eas la all of ts details.
to i prpsw eoemttlee of the legisla-
t sat the m el"o of 1909, when the
She had upon bills intro-
5 p a settlement of this
M as we o, that there is
A this~s whieh the elmants
a gheaUl desire, to withhold
11 1 P of the legislature.
S-e new ao that the full
m nvcati on poseI
u. OP TiI OOVRNOM.
S 1-1ii of several goveen es
.c- M-n lkolastease sad the valid.
ia~~a L Bare heated. ad alas


party could at least seek rdres; It Appliedde NOde Ib ftrl.es.
were between corporations the ase i (' ltinued lfra 14. pigel
of a nti weold beo ti resadirweas ,
w h their differences, and if between AAs f, of rPI .
two different States their riKhts rouAd Mr. W. C. Homaesa tv'e*'- ai the ap.
be adjudicated in an appropriatA t ibu- pWiataon of ELas G6'411a fore p rdon
nal, bat in this ease our eilent4 a. e;en- frvean a nvieti'a of inwrJr with a ree-
tirely helpless to even seek on av4_udi- *enwnendatiaie to rme'.r" a sentee of
nation of their rights in the premises life itmurs ,rement bv ihr ('Oeet fowuj't
unless the legislature shall provide th for Lv, county at the Spri r Term,
way. IW i. It wA~, aiter '*2e carid&r tu
I..-... .. ordered that this applieati b. pase
Is Pe16oc S to Less hf e v Ta t over fo rfwrther c.rMideraion at some
[Y BONNIE BURNHAM.] future .i ie.
Pensacola, in the height of her rose- D" L. 1Ua .
ate dreams of a glowing aid gien fu- H r n the
ture, her very lite blood throbt ng and Mr W. C. Hodges resented the
pounding amN@urging with a nw bo rn plictin ** Din L. Ires for pardon
activity, poem, good and C m os from a mvictv yoof iradlarcenmy ts
th hams ed the grestf t of fvt Sey t
sho pers which she a ee th. Circuit Court of M anndoun &ry a
caied to with mdern the Fall Term. 1907. Upon enmu.mra-
called col is to londi hr nxer y ard time, it was ordered LIst this NapwIPati-
n sea io s edito f Ther ny yard. be psed over for further .onaid rat in
Gret, i to thlt effect, in fact, nd if at sene future date and that the Sec-
the present admtnihtration is not di. retry of this Bosrd write to the Cir-
posed to look upo the matter mor ediit Judge and the State Attorney who
favorably, one of West Florida iret- mnd this e. rqetin there a co tir reonal-
est attrac.ions and most vwluahle insti- mpediation as to whether a oni-nl
tutions for labor is irrevocably lot. pardon should be granted to this cpjli-
Those in touch with affairs a they er"It. AUrTi
are foresia the calamity more tiur, r. 'HARLE AUSTIN.
year aoE. Mr. D) A. Simmons presntedutIe ap1li-
At that time the force of rrmen, n.rn i catitn ot Charles Austin f ir pardo
bring in the neighborhood ou sever, from a conviction of rehotry and sen-
hundreds, began dwindling peareeptibly I nce of ten years by the Criminal
from one cause and another, anri those I court of Record of Hillshorough county
who still retained their sltuOW'>,14 r.w in Decemtwr, 1904 After due eoinsi
apprehensive. The little work wlaich eration, it w-s ordered that this appli-
could be secured was far from al1 q.ias. nation be de'nid.
to supply even those who were still r- i M.J. EVANS.
tainted, and efforts begun to he male by The application of M. J. Evans for
other soumbrofCsinommrder nii thratorpardon from conviction of auvravated
or jus victory d or serve six months imprisonment
S a ast o m- by the Circuit Court of Calhoun county
Then cams the decision of President at the Fall Term, 1908. submitted in
Roosevelt like a thunderbolt from a writing byC. R. Warren, attorney, was
clear sky, the causder frt atime, denied. i appearing tht this applicant
ha bee y et. Is a fu,4itive from justice.
Every effort, of course will be made (;Is WALKER.
to reinstate the yard, and every power- The application of Gus Walker for
ful influence known to Peneacols and pardon from a conviction of murder and
her people will be brought most heavily sentence of life imprisonment by the
to btar. Circuit Court of Columbiacounty at the
Th question remains, however. Fall Term, 1894, was submitted in writ-
whether Mr. Taft, who prom.sed last inr, and, upon due consideration, it was
Thurea~; to continue the policies advo ordered that this application be passed
coated by the retiring president, will over for further consideration at some
change hi mind future date, and that the matter be re-
The United States government Jm fnrred to one of the State Supervisors
rarely given to the process of reversing of Convicts for careful investigation
its decisions. and report to this Board.


A HAl HIiOW. ANDREW MILLS.
As matters now stand, the situation The application (f Andrew Mills for
is rather a desolate one, viewed, "e pc- pardon from a conviction of petty lar-
ially by the heads of families, who hav- ceny and sentence of ;ix months in jail
ing weathered the hurricane of 1906, at hard lai)or by the Criminal Court of
eked out a respectable livelihood during Record ef Hillshorough county in No-
the panic of 10 8, find themselves sud member, 190, was submitted ir. writing
denly and hopelessly on the lists of the by Mr Robert McNamee, tttmney.
unemployed. After due consideration, it was ordered
Soeine of them have but recently, in- that this application be passed over for
deed. secured a responsible foot,ig further consideration at some future
again, ad there are "tIll homes to b date, and that the Secretary write to
paid for and bi Is to be me.... the ttorney representing applicant for
The"great army of the inempluyed" a statement of the facts upon which
which ifeurging throughout the could, conviction was had,
ty wili indeed receiveoreinforcement, it 'he Board then adjourned until
is feared, ad Peaeseolas rie. ',ut with Thurmday, April 1, 19uI, at ten o'clock
the regret of It all. a in.
A cause is presented, in the saving of
the Penes"ola navy yard, in which ev ---
ery publie-spirited person in this see self for the lory and honor of an-
tion of the country should indeed be in- other ?
terested, and there should be one vt I Ask yourself.
and mighty effort made in order that: Others, who would npt believe the
steps, immediate steps, may be tacen true extent of the general calamity,
to place a brighter aspect on the situa- still feebly contend that it can't be
tion. Penassooeels will suffer, of course true Still, the fact remains that, af-
and with Itall there are fears, and there ter all, it is presently ver), very true,
is grave apprehension in the hearts of and that a mighty effort must be made
th people at historical old Warrington, by Peniacola's concerted forces if r-
who have witnessed the ascendancy and lief in any gulse whatever may bo ex
the fall et an istetttion which has peetd.
meant much to them-and upon which The mate and expressionless lips of
they have almply ad completely rolled the workingmn, dumb in his sudden
thiregsh y that are pet and goe. helplsass. hold e r us on to a
btas~a-d long before the war, fig.-desarate effort t:= a the rosy
u, .o. i.... b y fIn the great civil mou o i l and theOo
etniga which rent the country in should add fire to tal o th m
tw la the days of the asixties, and at the belm.
with its walls odtering a community Left in the care of a few marines
all its owa, how strange will it appear A aing m mmet for a hopeless
it the charge of a few marina I Utile oum alt y of weekmen whoes
TuB DI Is CAST. dthit aad demerted hems will
There are thsewho wll ral at the SU SS tha I- of an
thght of pbcly deploringthe loss sm t f Lt Ihi an
O a Paaola tavy yard-in the e a mIwe 0a tiB same
very erteri b ",p p erhapsta. that m m t f yinm- f Pmasolaa,
the mawes mesi to e adjuisted.tes
&Astdieais cast, t fees the prosnt. whi"h 7cm m mu my


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At arate, the reentiuos of th*
P=aels avy yard. o aow. ls a
matter of the meet par ilatrest
and erie cut far aper Wieadiate and
most regies attatlo I

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direetmon for hu m sae.6
HllARDE. SMITHl do.
Drus at.e. Call r write.

Departmeat f the I fterter.
U. 8. LAnd One,. st Gainevile. irda.
Febsueqy 3k,. ISISI
Notie is hereby vi, that Jb.h W. Het-ll. eI


of aOnton t o mOrk Anal fve year pt to -estab.
iteh clai to the lnud above desribed. bwor the
e sik th ei\rit eaort at Tallmlim.n.Mimds.
en Lb. 10th day at April, 11S. Cleosat lmae
A. H. Aleandr f hre ,u da.
E K. wvey. f Woewj,w.,
w.ow Asne or M Wpbsre. orsa.
lest HW RY 8.CURB. Reist
4Olt I CZEMA. TCTTB R AND SALT
RHBUM.
The Intense Itching characteristic of.
thIae ailments is almost Instantly
allayed by Chamberlaln's Salve. Many
swevre cases have been acred by It.
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.


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machine a aithaa 90mr lafse
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A CONVINCING PROOF
of the worth of a medi lne Is the oures it can e fell
one who bas used $aerd's Suew Lumat knows that
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CURE UR, NR IA* CONTRACDl
AND ALL PAINS.
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V. L. Settle, Riohmoud, M.., wttes:. '"rhbe to to
eertify that I have used your Snow Liniment forU ta
yoare for rheumatism, neuralgi lame bak,
and every aso it has aiminediat
sad athafaetlo.."
AvMed a Sbtatuta. Three SIM2k, 2 B0 k
BALLARD SNOW UNIMENT CO.
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68 BUILDING LOTS.


y tif not sold by March 15th the price will be advanced. Who will buy and sell
SiRt at auction. There is money in it. I can secure the services of a gentle-
Sthan well known as a successful auctioneer. I am willing to pay for the
advertising. Come and see me about it. -
i\""._and__me_ abou__._-_-_-__._-_-_.
i.,

ResideNce Property.
No. 4 R.


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*< ~ $M .-Practicallx new residence, 8 rooms
atd cellar electric light, gas, hot and cold
water, bath, sewerage connection, large lot,
2 peman tree bearing about 5 bushels. Nice
yard for poultry. OnN. Adams street, half
block from postoffice. Built by owner whose
bineas has taken him out of town.
' "No. 6 R.
$950.-A good 4 room cottage, corner Duval
and Georgia Sts.
No. 7zR.
$900.-A six room Cottage, near business
centre, good neighborhood. Small cash pay-
ment.
) No. 8 R.
$1,300.-A nice large six room Cottage in
good neighborhood.


Timber and F ing L S

No. 1 T.
2000 Acres in Leon county. Township 1 W.
Range 2 and 3 W. on Ocklocknee river, about
4 miles from railroad, only about 10 miles from
Tallahassee. 150 acres cleared. 75 acres un-
der cultivation, a 7 room house and a 4 room
cottage on the place. After being clea-ed,
these will be fine farming lands. About 1800
ACRES IN TIMBER, MOSTLY PINE. Owner
says will cut about 4000 feet to acre. Consid-
erable hardwood. Look at the price -$10,000.
Only $5 per acre. The timber alone is worth
the price.


Farming Land.
No. 1 F.
1000 acres, taking in half of the town of
Midway, Gadsden county, on S. A. L R. R.
Spring branch in middle of property, several
tenant houses. 400 acres under cultivation.
Good tobacco land. 600 acres timber land.
Fine grazing land. Price $15 per acre.
No. 2 F.
375 acres, about 3 miles from Tallahassee,
gently rolling and table lands, light gray and
clay sandy soil. 325 acres cleared. 5 ten-
ant houses, good dwelling house, (cost $2000),
3 good barns. Price $7,300.00
$650.-A nice Cottage, 3 large rooms, piazza
front and back, an acre of land bearing fruit
trees. Hi miles from city on Bainbridge
Road. A pretty little home for a good colored
man. See me at once.


I caa sd yo 2 Stares lost new, on Monroe street,


that pays 12 % nact.


I must have more property on my Hst. Owners are requested to call a e.


R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Real Estate Broker.


Office 103 S. Monroe St.,


Marine Bank Building.


Tallahassee, Fla.


Associated with J. T. Bernard"& Son.


'As P1r0t1a1 Ntin*l. State Nusk Teachers' Assectaeon. Rsaread Comeastela.
'a Christian Temperance The Music Faculty of the State Col- The Board of Florida Raitroad Com-
S interesting 11 lege and the Music Club of Tallahassee missioners have taken under considera-
at *,f o'clloe at thek are uniting forces in the arrangement tion the question of prescribing a rule
W. Cates. *e at- of a delightful program for the three for the shipment of mixed carol of
a "Ai-s '*oae nw member days entertainment of the State Music freight. The matter was discumed at a
go M* RL Mrts from the Teachers' Association, which will con- recent meeting in which the Seaboard
i e to om f -t. work, showed vene here on the 12th day of April. A Air Line Railway was represented by
!"to"be aina prosperous cai- larKe attendance is expected and pre- Hon. George P. Raney; the Georgia,
a -parations are being made for a cordial! Florida and Southern, by Assistant
oMiWthe birthday ofthenational reception of all who may come. The General Freight Agent Challoner; the
M the W. T. U.. Mrs. program will be given to the public as Atlantic Coast Line, by Assistant Gen-
ti several good "ppers soon as it is d*fnitely arranged.
papr se t e.htool n the histo Lo-Sarurd last,$20.00ill within ..- a
wa pper. tell the Usni'o or near Gregory store, or within store, '
maew paper, the" U ionof Randojph &A Fenn, or thereabouts. *
baest.ronth will beheld w h e res.^e i a
with Itandolph & Paem. r. M. N
Butler.

ATENHMOI ATTENTION!

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a tln, the world famous
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lt ourj'lw advertiing and introducing his uncle's celebrated
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known throughout the world for their marvelous cures

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eral Freight Agent J. M. Cutler; the
Louisville and Nashville, by Division
Freight Agent J. W. Lurton.
The matter of adjusting freight rates
which was to have been discussed at
this meeting was postponed until the
16th in4t, on account of the Illness of
some of the offMiiala of the Express
company.
The Commissioners are busy getting
out their annual report.


Major Harry L. Bethel, vmo-.pr48
dent of the Tallahassee Tobo. Onm.
pany. has returned from JaekcelvIM,
where he went to attend a reseat meet-
ing of the company The sowUa ga-
daunted by the pat year's anfrtmes
experience in to eeo, have made u .
tensive preparations for plantiAng t&
spring. While in Jacksonville tieyp@1.
chased a carload of fertilier ftri te
American Agricultural Chemial Coe.
pany. for use on their land.


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