Group Title: weekly true Democrat.
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: April 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00217
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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4Lr 1- The StatW- Rte is4a AtR TO.

IC -l f 1h Itke to t ,,msd Dr. Pa CaL. rLr aIIIrii Ito None.
Allost of the uephase so peutuof e tL bs Dr. CIIm DWAR
Pe"sasus News i st ieIthe Wm ,'s Mea. w"g.Rft.
0 iste is the aaW te We submit Dr. Edward Cearadi, the newly oelect- From the annual report of the State
tisg.t. the people to vote o d president of the ilorida Female Col. Board of Health, The True Democrat
the quetom f ate15 t : legI, I a man emtioently qualified for takes the following in reference to Leon
the portvt position to which he has county:
dereasbet been called. e is a graduate of Clark LomN CouNTY.
bydoe- both far against th degree of A. M. and Ph. D., and has slocalmtti thremytati repie eort,
*list-sttendd lading unive sities in Ger.for the Stt Board of HealtihmI
e/ t..Proposg many. state that the collect tion f ti dst
Jint ps thehouo His services in Florida has exte dd bee practically im hssible son ssst
i y trouble, over a peod of for years. In 190he. of thi several phyiias f tor
io ik iEhl li bthe senE was!a ted by the Board of Edoea-. port contagous ad IatectiSxl ast
ate, h ta i w ke 12 votes to uion o lb county as priaipal I the midummuaeraad father won
pt it t "o I oc. ftv Peer/r pie a~hools, several eamse of typhoid ever li sIn
e A al *f~the ques- hacceeding Prof. Joe. E. Guaisager ville, in the o extreme sewthe puet t
Sto rvee whoseeven years work had built the this county. I know of ey e *
the ait i a I ist tke only 12 sohool/up fomen a ordin wary and four of Uthe ere i ma e .
the i EaeImna lW b l es AMoethe school to a High Scl roiv aT' Te q cwur w Ore
Ie m ote filot lNi optio are aid for the maintenance of a normal trembleo to the villgne of Vere, is .k'
Ito Iedtit nmmw to fld. d ladItrial ot, and tooneof adjoining county.
12onest&be largeit .Woiill JsIn lll _Dr. L ikw tite late ammerthee was
A AeuTrle othlsomate shows Cooradtook chare after the with Ietsas a
the1 fd11owl0 g : The following drawal of State a from all cloldf by counatesiGors; but I k.w
mtO ebo a with cer- the Buckman Act, sad at a time whenstwoSes this county. One of the
aa to t te amendment: especial taneM I educational work w ases wase s monte irt day O the
.,ra of ien amblEa West, of Jackson; required. In spite of adverse circum. eraption but the otherwas e '
Bes ., of Gdedami, o f Polk stances, Lr. Conradi kept the schools month after the iaes o ae
--". of Maswe; Mllen, of up to a high b standard of excelliene, Were poet-arloaa Mui ,.
lIo Cottrel, e LaFayette; and maintaliedl all the departments that although there is absolu s d
H 0ad oa,o a; Come Columbia; were carried on before tMhe withdrawal expressed as to theLAisad ths
Dowavs, of Noasa; Masa, of Orange; of State aid, the schools showing a con. were twenty children tlatiatOy e
Wi t Lefvy;rWauof Jef- stanl. increasing Arolimmeuntil the pond, not a single case of I oagon
Ps Ra of ,tee; Ba- ularity amount the eduestor, I s
lker-of- Q: ofHamilton-l18. State was very great, and two years an epidem ic of d ptheri ain ai
^H. All tbeaaoase toL0thexce tionof ago he was elected president of thp teidmi oft oopcamrb or
SBoard, of a, o Dade. State Hi h School Principals' Associa- lof ten cases b r ;
McMuOlen, of B h, are from Association and has been a prominent neof themase, were fatal m i s.
**dry09oeotie. The oing sena. factor In all f the educational couven- Of that case, two wanEs Sa and me
Stor an bp to vote aat tions, oneo rwhih, in 1907. was held had a ver iple aurit a
the.Aof erty; at his bome citj, the State Teachers' .
Buckman, of Deval; of Mon- Assoeiation. H is a man of advanced Malaria, p~aitively bisi,
roe; Zim, of 8 Johas, of Volu- ideas, enegetiL, eonselntioou and kid. bteen prevalet in th ity at
sia-- iersefeld a, aare from ly. sad from all standpoint will doubt. Tallahaise; but there haove es
"dry" cowatles, and Harris. Zim and lMess make a most uZllat president case lathei.rraldistricts. Tl&
& ho -----I. S inIB aa fr om-wet"_eaaties. for tbe Women's College. was most common l the fa in 5 m .
I IMmInh my to be 4l II- "tOf ti aure votes thea 18 an h Dr. Cearadi is a native ot New Bre I have hard of eo case of am se *
Enaaa: der of th hWamds. e h o. *ad Av men, Oioe, and is still In the allt persioma type.
ySte-_ .1q *w r vo Tes V is meGoffeWthou i mature intbi profesi Duringte t
Sto bewovotowt 3ow 0 sworeo BtIosam aaea. Ha e mis aad has two yeaf ew were eeral aae
-w mianle er aet. I shaH mgyreh "Nw tet as oesider t sseda pio wk des. Hiswf eis a lady *f th most th eerad
p ewe r* Sve th speke mdi hs ues e doubtal ads. M *of 1m00e sm ata r ainltv Mg Dr. and Mrs. gebel, wMic is
Visa when a0ti1tam to se that s -seaew ameA t-- Ae s-Cea-adi wbe s' eed by the *W I SmmiAJ. O
werMdave eae b11* fair h stJ a edry esesty ma the taiem good peopleAof la when they Dr. i AMto
Bm Sa- m I eham s l to itltht re plaekes waesid at he iri favor make their hoe here. Steatein, weamA to
a swn a at all times. s auy proAsa a I T. TU iatae. investigate
to emab hi9IIstoods for be sad ttournoy. of A mT A u" ISB. Thayer, StMaT ILe
ghe o homed methods fair 0 ; -a ysoak, at Weart .a If two W a wak here oamislag
SInoo f thsee seasth frees dry West PerM b What a a esawaha pde1esst
StuMiebery sagd oa711 es haati vote for he andme, itsNo me ofaleysaad IUwre w gwr
Our repoBulMtae as leagislaterrest ways boew a asepokae prMtin PFernandina N ews. a the partician eo u -
aht eavy aa poas,andinordertodisharge maa, and there s dodebt shietM _.
to ye euh r .dty we most work from for theadent, yet than A party composed of Postataster go far as I kaow there have
P. vary being. aretes here who will tall that Oakes, Messrs. Harry Goldstein, W. even death frees trbrseeeels
OI7* .? Now that th cawtest is r I se. m. while ftaoring hiies. lis amand Loueis Sharpe sad Guy Platt Wthe pot yo. This data is
t tend the hand 1 geed-f ad ti a Stat ewde asure. wDay-w at t to tk* &M ti Monin r fro tsh reg istry of
iieiafctato egpemet iaaafriea ten, of Pase; Adkias f ft"nw"d, -lty &Wethee" .ad hWeP.
5 wg alb p..nuieh to Iist aohesiaofuwam 1 teporpe of GAshag. They had setou&w al es eth i 3
e these who saw it to 4e. S uAter, a l fe dry aa fashed long before Mr. Loeis Uharp eitak try.
thehM; weresetasteth*MBh wr e sated to the m5an by b*eew was rewarded byhoking a eahGob.Ita Ts h bjoe t f UstiriMas kh"t b
m aet- a Oura is aaateadrisatd ps* s to e mtral sWu wIt esa be sailed that taxed net oely iMs a deal of istestJ am
ato temea mests SAi they wlNfae thi astroegth, bet Maohis skillasmas bin t sd lM
H~lBa oreseani Let a saito hes It semes aa p If two of theme Bafarfr large ask, to Its utmest, whi pes ytr; bet a wal date
KBK so*Santo do we ati duty Barth. aaa m tora tomarha i5it!4 saying mhek, for Mr. very waa lira seetMesl o she wMhe r.
fSCSS 7 st. intew of the people we hve e the ef West riorida i end resaed lo Old Tow and its my the wheUe
latmr Z fcas shoes to repns. mae mdonend ^ al flash sae Ihe waa sM so to himue pns sntgeIt. Thej
|s|oINw a *i~ aliir..nI asnl aala the h-t it wtwl pof f Sit a. After a peleaedi Lear euayto Sat Ba-d __
LAA^'A^A- theeki th & N a t *ySa~es two o thea maaater haUi-veti ime Itigrashtan moearaaha of oomarttoof aaufe the P
seemise of 19tt who as veatl sta dnrjg e e v ^ th l na stratnoth of h 6si ah ormii, *dM otra ith, of ae en.reof
by loaes mi tS p, t pa Reiisees, of lase wMir wajeas bhaM s ar. Infesfaated. flf't tie asrthms5m
iBMBy .,gwe t. me*e aa to esan lased herea as beaten was a-mmal ems far thasr N laT par o 1 them'
etendard^ of *SeleaSy as ar? to osnswieausre. daSglie at the end of im sts D thestta pltiof 1e ,hese
eSo Ser. igT --garise: Bhtes sisters we a monster wnh less tim. have bees some cases of legriepe. The

ffOi.s for of my eafLB peer m6 Ml ,mY to wet sad It Wl 6 feet leg on wMhis weretwo he paetagaof aaealaeaaaaa wsth t w
de7 sen eto her ti 's to *at ous t Mka e a ta wgs more or less serious Na "
am. the s.ves ethe wnes,511ldoubtf nB fl ati as. The was encased to a b e .s. M
sege of the amesadm*ent, nd tim wd with grst pets of various colors, syeber of des im Ino the eaaty, bhe t
.B ^ T tht~i iri eltes which is it *tended to mak* and out of te Mel pfruded a dog's <*y cemetery rag aisle? ___
ESr the r setsLea rtatca station State smeared. a head, with long ears. The cu. meats to the muasber of 61, 1S at A
e-n@M M$ e ..Z..... 2S eleatreak thea nuisnt&." riosrtv was beaurhtto eity and was wre wiMte and 40 eelored. TiMtlFg..p j. b

rmi 5.shebu bia~h* f Spiti. wham, It evme he tetoot wIS whle IPLoploion f 1
~ dmm m. Jt~ WhweememThe citlasas of Tslil a~emeaton esth a procIn t bodabout percent. of the e~rd
p tis qeist a ot eusmy haees ;t 0@Q e" Mr. Wu~:. hil give an approalsie sm5

isv~sd ~1haid W. NALanaqt.' merfts oui o@ a li so-poimd peri1.10tOr the esisreAL
tattlewhich wVi~~l edat Me of The "wue O o" eahin em
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With characteristic cotrariun s Jacksonvile T elus-Uul
and th Tampa Tribune, frequently refrred to a the leading .
po In Eastern and Southern Flord, ae attempting now to forest
the prohibition question upon the people of the State.
The managing editors of these papers very well know that the

*amn i NA a ,ow w b Ada ,a prohibition of the liquor traffe is not now an issue, nor is it likely
Advrdfts ateR aw mAvmmuo A

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WW~ aiand" two rn thoust
eash bws. Noad.
my". To
a Uso": insr:;
'abam or Vul Was" for~lI,1

S WNI the Legislature submit Bill Sub-

Cnld there be anything more unjust
*a to refuse to submit to the people
d. orlda the Submamson Billi?
Is TallabassUe waging a warfare on
e hoasefly? The fly and the mosquito
we mwasknowled tne great disease

Cels-el Appleyard In't so enthuslaa-
go as he was about the prohibition ques-
', t lo beSlig "isilgnllcant queoetn."
e, s ow keeping amasingly quiet.
The u Democrat believes that ev.-
1 7 llsteor is hera to do his full duty
to sh ow people. Thepeople want the
W H-k prohibition question settled.
Sh thel the privilege to vota upon it.
Oemeral Miles thinks a mark of a do-
pwaed mod to shoot an elephant or an
aeope wilfully. But them the Gene-
I pebably does not know how It fools
S to be deard a dollar a word fordeserib-

The Japer News sas: I"The wet and
S y elesUio e tn Cohumbia county to be
ShladtheoMNday ofnext mosthis m
s oaf to deeude the question, whether
' u I lS ts of that osty prefersa-
-MB to Colmba Colle re'
S*i eM Coker s s no aerok when It
Ii' eis to t$albs about Florida's Imom-
Ss late. He ays It is the hl-
u o sath. His op@lWe of it Iozx-
1 amM I ateretis, story in this

sliti, rairoad anm pubek
arpuradeos during April PM,-

IIIas hsrest I. beadeldors.
i to-, to 2, adO
1a 5. Wlea, of 1ort Myers,
s aents the rt asuty N of
g a bal paassi"b I lHpresent
p shM oalmi the milIg te
mnm er m ainmes the n woi
S-ft within a fuw ars.
a so w st d te m o paper uk
a b te ish plated Geomer Oils
-Wf memage is ful.- Too"Trl
V aiahteB. reothere IL The
a...mno n e 1 MP telm.

maesse im eto e" sasmewU
pnd uM tom the gib,1

mM 61d PW bilh 1h

Mo Amamof gmakeli
1 ~ b"inn*eAh
IV sa w emad sie

*do dulb bits

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to become one for many months.
Why do they not display the same amount of justice and fairness,
as the Pensacola Journal, which says:

"The Journal's reports from Tallahassee indicate that the over-
shadowing question now before the legislature is the joint resolu
tion calling for the submission of a constitutional amendment for
State-wide prohibition of the liquor traffic in Florida.
"There is little doubt that the resolution will pass, but whether it
passes or not the question should be settled at once so that the leg.
islature can get down to other business which demands its atten-
"The submission of this amendment will be in line with the gen-
eral demand of the people throughout the State. The passage of
the resolution will not affect a single saloon in the State. It will
not change the present status in the least. It will simply give the
people of the State an opportunity to vote on the question ail to say,
by their votes, whether or not they want the saloon in Florida. The
legislature will, in fact, simply be shifting the responsibility of de-
ciding the saloon question to the people themselves, where it be-
"The point now is that the legislature-which is going to pass it
anyway-should pass this resolution at once and be done with it.
That will settle it so far as the legislature is concerned and that
body can get down to other business, leaving the liquor question to
be passed on by the people one year from next November."
The temperance people of Florida are asking for nothing more,
they will be satisfied'with nothing less.


Give us a bill permitting the people of the State to decide the
question by their ballots.
It is often asserted by the opposite element that the prohibition-
ists are unfair.
Let us see about this.
When the house committee met, on Monday. to fix a date for the
consideration of Mr. Hilburn's constitutional amendment measure,
the temperance people were in the majority and could have named
Thursday of this week. as they wished, and as had been proposed.
The Honorable Speaker, who is opposed to this constitutional
measure, ascertaining that a majority of the committee were against
him, appeared before them and plead that the business interests of
Jacksonville, Tampa, Key West and Pensacola be permitted to ap-
pear before the committee and protest against its passage.
In a spirit of consideration for the Speaker, the temperance me.
jority sacceded to his request, and the date for consideration was
fixed for Thursday, April 22d.
Would the opposition have been as liberal and as fair had they
been in the majority ?
We rather thizk not
Why are the editors of these papers so opposed to the Submission
Are they not willing to trust the citizens of Florida to a settle-,
ment of the prohibition question ?
Each one of these editors have strongly denounced the acts of
the Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee legislatures in
plIng State-wide prohibition laws.
They hav referred to the conduct of those bodies as drastic, in-
toWlerat, and partisan oligarchy.
The vehemently declared that the great body of the people
should have been permitted, by their ballots, to settle the question.
Why doe not their argument hold good down here? T
If a vote upon the question would have beo right in the States
named, why is it wrong in Florida ?
The True Democrat would like to have these editors answer if it
Is metly fair to be discussing the prohibition qution, when a
maeh question i proposed by the temperano people of the State.
Lot the ismes be settled as they come. Why bring to Tallahas-
see M psative of the commercial orgosaletions of the larger
eOle to ar guaplast State prohibition? .
Jut as good ad just as mcessful can argue that t would
be bemdla*
Why Ie t ia the eommittee rooms a matteo atee w a resat in.

ift VB bh*ef"d, hOw the Iei b
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Jin 5sn L cIrAN
Judte Byd L. COter, of the val.
ed Repraiitairves to the Lacgature
from this eoty, was in ith ty Atar-
day, having eme down m en impor-
teat bueasM mast The LAgIsla
tur mjonmed Friday i onrdr to give
sh eosmmitteu h eoppxtanity tomeet
and prepare for work.
nla speakim of the matter he stated
that county was favored woU
It the make-p of the Hious eumit-
tow. Jodk Carte was a s hal
ma of the Eduatioal Coomaitt,os m
of the most importamt at all time, amd
especially so at tAs .essl. He wo
also gives a pleoo n the Appropriatloe
Committee aMd named ameod am tb
flt division of se Jdiia Committse,
was aso saignedl to the Committe om
CoamsltatiulAmadmemts.the commit-

too that will bave under omUd
the bill for State-wide prohibitionm,
is on the Elections Committoee. -Gais-
ville Sn.
If oavry county inthe State was as
well represented in the Legislature as
Alachus there would be no fear of dam.
eros legislation. Judge Carter is tos
of the ablest mean l the State.
Mw 51sT WISIS arraUI am3 .
It was with a feealn of utter Ceo-
sternatiom that TallahaMa eeived
the nows on Snday morning of the
election of Dr. A. A. Murpbr to the
Prealidemy of the FlUori State Univar.
sity, at Gamesville, and his subsequent
eeoptamee of the appointmeat.
Dr. IMrpbn has so I bowa a reai-
dent of Tallahas a, bas besome so
ideatlod with it by marriage and bal.-
m hterets, aOd to ald as ths
o gemer sad aced ef pport of the
epledMd inplUatil tha has bee n built
up Oadr N ad.Iaratn0l 4i, that, is the
first *hok of th korwokd that be
weOud sewer a these unmsts- In a
few weeks time, It was a thobfh
aet ealamty bad beltoa the Capital
City amd the Ceoge of whieb It peo-
ple ar ea prad.
Dr. Marphre bas been a falthful
seward, and be has rwived hei -
Wad swo h e e mlle asd mWkndIfu
growth et tha eoee frwhtoeb h heas
tew Ve n***M Mand M

nvw oi-sel by bl bem0 0 m48 alb
wheat but a re e m em d ms "

Asseu i wn leins padening o
erilia IV thle asto w enrd eMAer
.-G.oeewr heeamm, The Tb m Don.
ea rate06 The pMso t

0I e l mwt The b mps Tebms e

as beoa ton t"eemId e udas e o

helm oavms. Gers s 01.m a
mhe easd Osgrs t 91ofa im
do atm aiwes le s e eo 6 %
- dm Po Mo assa,,s 1 s -e" b

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The matter t *'
of as
saw duet 4
srve to draw at tIO
pope *in everyhnss
da. Mamy fo il W.
Us bmose. ,t eiab
th psin-msd twe e1,
pne re, fear
newspapers Just hi
portrayal orf r eafne tW-
pacul arto Flle l.
paperswoM serve
ueetsoivea esumaili e
ketoep imad the toh 6 e9
ther sta tos te mar be
wer, ur Im.nwrmM nO
umtme. *areb for a& |
sdr tbhas In aW a

And rofertosi by the
Florida to the I
Mts in agrle,

Impts of owr eammie
Sas eage*rlyeadalm
mated em by the headeI.
ofNorthursa fiadrub
tim diesew towed
IngetasegtodoeUdei. Tv

tina it it t*saew
happemangs of its a Si^
M- W
3*5 Hirrmv aM-

The Was Otrla s
Souh a mdae in t
No partie of Ie gahuIy
dar- the two yues sf
though wMobh 4 tee @=y
p!w ing.e e MMbhA6
tory the3out ho bm bs
Mad has smeavd of gmw
of seff-heI.l
Ite boo"slatild
seAtId talk espsaltOa
It sm m ma, a o
smum lM lsl ftsboo
for nou a s in
Stoem w peft
atgoe Epat
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Northfeld, Vs.
0' r l futterib or pedpi-
r!it la an imdi of a
Sof the merves and muts-
b w ts. Jt as not neces-
k h codart may be
thtfb e as the eyes,
a vMk heart strong
W. D. Mike Heart Rem-
Get a bo ie from your
,ta k acordiag to di-
Md I. does not bene-
r wi rns you money.

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Fail to see my
Window dis-
play. Some-
thing that will
interest th e
Ladies of the
State College
for Women. ::



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ness is a matter of
workmanship and ma-
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or of a gold case.
The fineness of the HOWARD
watch is the fineness of intelligent
design, of workmanship with a
conscience behind it, of exquisite
Every HOWARD is adjusted is
its me, to heat, cold, vibration,
change of position. *
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"WhM ps b iy a HowAns yes fot e
al* AW itada$e for fiw d tshv



We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service in al lines of building. Call onus
If you are contemplating any kind of building. We can
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dreed Lumber. Mouldings. Turned Col-
umns, Brackts and all kIdds of Noveltiea made to order.

(5mae Isto A. T. ROMas)
fb Ail Kinds of Fresh Meats
'Satifacon guaranty. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
RIaj Up Poeae No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Sapper a Sucess when O1erlag
Meata fuom ay yStaL

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Boggile from Kentcky and others tat r

Terms: To catch the Reliable trade, al sad
aee our line.

Respectiuy ISubmtted


Meat Market.
Third Stall from right of entrance.
New butchers with Clean Equipment, and with abundant
Meats of all kinds in season, and given best of attention.
Unusual neatness being assured.



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ThMs section is getting an abundance
of rain now.
' P. T. Nicholmon has a vry pretty line
of namel shirt-waist se- the-t very
W trk for Easterpresent. 3
Plenty of life and excitement this

Have you seen the line of genuine
solo jewelry consisting of Scarf Pins,
Belt Pinas, Hat Pi m, Cuff Button, ands
and Shirt Waint Sets, at Nicholson's.
They are all the raKe. 3
C. D. Clarke spent Sunday in Jack-
The well dressed man wants the best
shoe made, so he goes to Chittenden &
Co. and gets a Hnann. 7
People up from St. Marks ay fish
are biting fine.
P. T. Nicholson has the handsomest
lne of head painted china ever brought
to Tallahassee.
Mr. G. Weetcott Edmondson, of Jack-
sonville is on a visit to his mother, Mrs.
Bd mndon, on North Adams street.
Go to Chittenden & Co. for the best
i men's furnishings, hats, shoes, or
tailor made suits. 7
Bom, Sunday, April 11, to Mr. and
Mrs. S. H. Bridges, a daughter.
6 or 6 dome "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 26c. 7-13t
The guests of the Leon Hotel will find
Chittenden & Co. the moat convenient
place to purchase men's furnishings.
ull line of mekwear. 7
Mr. Geo. B. Christie, of Jacksonville,
is lain the city on business.
Get David C. Lang, of Chattaboo.
hle, is among his old Tailahase
friars for the Easter seon.
SIor dooas "O"' will cure any e-
4 ChlO and Fever. Price Me. 7.18t
Thes eoin watehfobs at Nicholson's
a apre beauties. Have you seen
' inMT I
m e. W. M. Holloway and wife are
Sbe Atlanta m to attend the Confer.
as s- fw adea i the t South.
S 1r. A. A. Murphree, of the Woman's
*c Clge west to Ganesville this week
,. bri d visit to his future fleMl o
S lttwmde& A Co. are sole agent for
SManhattan shirts Earl
I 'I WI eans sand euffs, and the best
I everythlna. 7
1e s. W. Hunt Chiploy, of New York,
Sth city a few days this week.
r 3r. avhiiLhe son ofthe Hon. W.
0. C-plc of Penaola
SL 9. PRomrs, of Lake City, is
g^ Is ol oTollahadee friendi Col.
de oWs ahaie and hearty as ho
f' 4l when. as one of
Ir s IrvtoI the s h iate.
The prettUoest Ni of eekwear I the
S always earril by Chitmo A
U yInddere to have y arde.
a or p kind of hauling done.

ImltortPaLs was mtof e
Sm of e Istote brmht to
we*l ai week eon btote b-

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M. J. Lee MCroy of DeLu, M
eatulastle W. C. T. U. wukert la
the city, a uest at tue Mkirh bMse.
d. V. Prie &Co. are the mrget
sad best merebant tailor in the Uuited
States, ad Cittenden & Co. are other
sole agents in the city. 7
Mrs. R. A. Shine. Jr left yesterday
for Boston Gas, to visit her paretse fr
a two weeia itay.
My line of Ru sand Mattinmat a ost
l-tf J. E. THUiS.
Mr. Fones, of Little Rock, Ark., a-
companied his wife, Mrs. EfBe Cline
Fones, to Tallahassee. They are the
guests of the Misses Cline, on Clinton

Any one wanting a nobby, up to-date
suit, with finish fit and style, will leave
their order and ave measure taken by
P Chittenden & Co. 7
Col 8. I. Wailes, of Jacksonville, and
Major Wm. E. Wall., of Nelma, Ala
are in the city, stopping with Col. Qa
Mrs. Chas. A. Choae, on North Adams
Congressman Frank Clark and wife
are distinguished guests of the Capital
City, stopping at the Leon Hotel.
Judge Puleston and W. E. Evans, of
Monticello, prominent in the legal and
business circle of that thriving little
city, were in Tallahassee yesterday.
Hon. Wm B. Lamar and wife are
guests of Mrs. Clyde Lamar Walker, on
North Monroe street.
When Ihe Lgislator wants the best
in men's furnishings, he goes to Chit.
tendon A Co., who carry goods first-
class in every respect. 7
Dr. Ferris, of Apalachieola, one of the
roprotors of the Leon Hotel, is ma-
king a short stay in Tallahassee.
One of the prominent newspaper ed-
itors of the 8 ate, now in the Capital
City, Is Hon. J. M. Caldwell, of the
Jasper News.
SMrs. 3. Chapman, of Jacksonville, is
n Tallahassee for a abshort while, aguest
of the Laon Hotel.
Wanted Positkm.-An expereneed
lady steaographer. Address W. A.,
care The Tre Democrat. 7-4t
Senate kl oea, of the I distrtm
"oled bIn glad raua d esoeked d
imed for a poch," aa Seomator Huat
Ha to exprea ed it was dteap ated
yesterday In bhavting his rohlbitio b
referred until the SOd. Y a vote of 14
to 11. called forth by a moion of Sema-
tor MeMullen, of the 11th. lemater
Harris made a little speech, ln wbkt
he favored an immediate hearing, but
the vote was against him.
Wanted Position.-A experTeneed
lad W desires a cbmne. Addrest
X W care The True Democrat. 7-4f
A eommIttes from the W. C. T. U.
perotally proted each member of
tM to *ad huse with an Invitaton
to attend the to-mmern em- maet14
WedoedL at at # the Meaod-t
h "re. T dh e was euarteoua.
ly received, a, Judft from the
crowd preeMnt at meetIng. large
majority of the Invitations were Moept
I Th Trie Democrat for your job
Mot htothe d rpeasntmat f hitt
mff1>almen mba is hmenavtlitt.

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H9up T sOmp. Davd amdGoafii.The
= t' Reform oatin ; Wheo to *
Boy; the entire Saalnabs Orem
SAutimobile Race.
Mr. R inald DeHaven, of Waidag-
te, D ., also :acompanim the Cap-
tain, also Miss Violet ManSeld, a
raso of Christ's church, New Orleans.
oth e singers have donated their
services for the course of the two
weeks' tour, which is to be made in
Southwest Georgia and Florkida. Many
print ladies of Savannah are inter-
ested to the tour, and it is hoped good
erewd will greet the Captain on his
first appearance here.
Tlckete 25 cents, school children 15
ensts, at the box office.
Mr. George A. DeCotte and Mrs.
Edward M. Hopkins, of Jacksonville,
will be ouemtsof Mr. and Mrs. Fred T.
Myers far a few weeks, arriving on the
afternoon train of Saturday, the 16th.
ester Donald C. MeMullen and wife,
are stopping at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs James A. Ball. Mrs. MeMal-
lea is a ooe-time Tallahassee girl, Miu
Mary Loo Ball, whose friends are al-
ways glad to see her on the rare occa-
sla s whe she visits her old home.
A eity ordinance in which every man
in TalaMhmee is interested, Is printed
elsewhere, to which particular atten-
tion is directed.

Wedig to kccr is Whieb Talls*
ih m Preas arm lateeted.
The marriage of Mr. Frank B.
Harris and Mi Julia B. Holmes
is annoueaed to take psla. neat
Tuesday, April th, at Sfmter, C.,
the reelisme of te young lody, wbo I
One sf the mot eharmtge ye1 g wo6me
Ie that section of the Palmetto Stat.
Mr. BHarrs is weB sad favorell
kiown in Tal lase He isa trael-
ae salesman of 1o"ederabes repeat,
being one of those eadi solleoter for
the extensive ioes o the R. J. Ry-
noldk TobaeoCm M aad made hia
headquarters i T fa er veral
yarm Heisa t bther of Mr. Charles
J. Harris of this elta.
The best wishe of many Talahssee
triaode attend the happy yoag couple.
Hon. W. D. Cars 1eiOfalaudsvred
an interesting tif eer Trny Biu-
day school. Sunday W" e -_.
mdlmmasma the Cethile ertub.
Next Sunday. AIl I. t- a.h
br. W. J. Ii D.D., oftl -
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A large and very appreciative audi-
ence congr-gated In Trinity M. &
Church, W adnedy evenln to hearth
tompra addre of Mrs. Nannie
Wbb Curtis, of Texas.
The members of the legislature had
be peronally invited, and a large ma-
jority of them wore present
Mrs. Minnie E. Nel of Jacksonville,
State president of the W. C. TU.
who is In TalAhamee la the ntorest of
the submission bill, prided at the
meeting with grace fad seal.
Mrs.Carst had been heralded as"The
Texas Wonder," and ahe is indeed a
wonder is eloqueae;, and in the power
of Irreatable argument L
Sh owd plainly that the saloon
was a back naumbr, that it wa oy an
i gaon of the evil one, and that
every Intoret In lifo id expteod in-
terest i eternity, domaoded i supres-
She said that God himself was the
first probibitionist, ad iUblehd
deere Ia the Gardena Bdm d
ina thea had forbidden ery fom
sad a warae of evil, ad as His oa-
ra. o the hies ,
It.aMd be ou daty asdlew reto
"pp' th reawtm ems of evl,

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sre than the breeding plaev of o-
SorrupdBoo ad ao. ITe I op -
We was dmocrai nd ery
&eoemud comelsetuuly labor
pdvoto aainmat it.
The address was well received aad ao-
eoml-l-ud molth good. The lady wao
the reiplent of many sinceres ougrat-
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ft n amth doe-miIsa Co. who rso wll &"own
salsh aitlo b^ te u t e d h g ate or Na ,
Wet is t. ..the v. oitheo &War
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to-ean Fer uis* fores ft wadure eathyd
sset e bee m ause oftsol C.r, we tade ma.. D1 we"i IaS

provedWO tat and estabL rse eted m o tFrm teporits-

B the ReWdthe Rm Rem a etd alar d certainly d em-
Sieexpert r anstatig their w ull ttle o. th amtone
m icairndaeta ostheatyot

tiw.5 tiM rertlawsMo ,an wy otralngm wthau ik-
Ev beeueA t msd iMea e forttam u Tbla. ofld their

vie 5M t n e ndr sold s of=onern r6msnpatsl known
taa-- th---ont to you .ad lrocared r ht hre, Ha uar
to 9 rewmedti areown ci wthy wha o gjariteeta th eyl arde

m faeuni itot u oeanyra oer aadwy tr entlwior they will
Ean mae of the Thean wD ea ha p-ofprethe n to <

ad b at e twr of ta e three ored remsdies which e
labratorI es n t Uniteda sa hae Introduced. Any e inTala

bed ancked wih suee chs s trotgg
etll r mmmls mmedy when they are so highly
Eextortoe y. r erot bofror their sterling hon-
Esa__tle" u a a of t great Meld ees for them with thM Rxwhh
t of the pomy are s IRemediesl and te are to baieay dr-
to the roetoW du t otily e thratulated itlen this great
eated w the t ofeh a modern bsinm enterprise to Tal-
mei for their equality &4e We ue al who may bieaI need of
Stthere areas erya o-ar hmedie nes to call o h the Har-
be added t their eat, aSmith Co., and learn about known
te othe eotpmyr inetvery way aemed epnterdorthe y twil

let "adoaiteuture, pug C6 sort should bt etoired.
uis~ of O pttr. plusa Rexall yemdliaTablare oflar t |L'
is t1v1e t s 0 &re b fing introduce. Any one inTall. -

TfE OPERA. 'The foJowmgett.,"58,J: a trav-e
ta Hoe Ot i I I taly g mui. *'warn reelI7ed by a friend of
ae Ogated who was drummoin up trade in
a tMoe Yer tpt ofth. New Ivgland for a New York neckti
Straces the deveopmeat of oP "'We bhae received tour letter with
the esaturles is most clear expese account. What we want is or-
aod t evs you with the deat. We hbaa bi families to make I
that upo tt matter of pese for used with uch In your e
Opels. It Is shown, was Pleae don't buy amy ue billiards:
teulrt .of an attempt made bT als.o wel see @.2 for borC aJ bulgyan
P last glwiS t Otk tflO gdy. e,7 do with the before The rest of yotR
hg to gh b ck to the eOditlons of expense acc 'atis sortag but beed
heah iras., but in falling they Why Is I you don't ride more In the Arm
I55blhngly D id the fourdetion- of algttlesq Am
p st form whof h ooe worked 'aJolRe myM you should stop it Bo mar-
U tte the a etn t peo to., wire his euust eorge Moo A-
Y the t opera tai ght lUes. Jota tys you should sell Moore
all *1 date from tnhe yes r 00@ a good b0. ivoe good prite--le is.
m p fr pfmaemur was g Jova's eon may. ell himn meeostly for
tPkhiee Pe'S MMkp" erash; also John e ayst you cal n leave
rtme maMenI tot Mpt Bosto Re at :4R 8 Ia the s.I and get to
E a mlt mUtel s of rst is and yea woi 't ned say bd. And,
semu aibve. which was the remember, what we want is ordeal'" ".
S e t A grocery sto the Point
TM O E." f oll, ,, owing letter," "Id a tir.avl.

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A Washington dimpateb of April 6
date to the New York World save:
h had Croker, former chief of Tam-
S Imy, arrived li Washington from the
S eouth today, allied on President Taft,
a I told the World correspondent that
o United States is his home and that
S belatends t spend a large of every
S year on this side of the water in future.
"This always will be my home,'" Mr
k~ormamid. "I shall keep my place
S br7d, but I intend to spend much of
my life In the United States in the fu.
S tre. I fell in love with Florida and
S wil be there a part of the time when I
soa on this side." .
Mr. Croker would not say that he in-
end to build a winter home near Palm
oeeh, but he insisted that that is the
iW for him in the winter, and it is
,y that he will establish a home
SIhael T. Daly Mr. Croker's inti
mate friend, said there was no politics
In Mr. Croker's statement.
I` "HBe is coming back here to spend his
winters," said Mr. Daly. '"e write-
that be has never had such a time as he
io been having in Florida, and he will
be bak bere in the fall, after election,
ad the winter in Florida. Mr.
e b tried all the countries where
; d winters are warm. Egypt. Italy.
ete., but he says he is going to tell
S "eybody from now on not to go tUP
-ra f they are looking for warm
;' a lh, ~but to come to the United
State and spend the time in Florida.
S "Why, he say, he is the blackest
S white man you ever saw-lie hasa been
lding so much of his time outdoor
and bathing. lie is in perfect
bealt, better than he's ever kwen.
Are's just bubbling over with enthusi
S semabout Florida, and he's going t<
S makes a wonderful press agent for it. '.
IA' UAiicAPiD.

b .. le the Case With Nasy Talls.
hasee People.
,, Too many Tallahassee citizens are
S bamimapped with a bad back. The un-
; sq g pain causes constant misery,
u cakg work a burden and stooping oi
I. tfa I l nlmpoessbility. Thebachachaes
? Matlt, preventing refreshing rest and
SUs m ora wg ias stilt and lame. Plas.
t ind liHabents may give relief but
S' i resah the cause. To eliminate
yi"s sad aches you must cure the

4 Dea's Kldney Pills eures sick kid.
Wad er them permmmently. Car
di MB Tallahasee evidence.
Slataete, 218 Monroe Street,
F ds I m y. ay s: "I believe
a,/ I o IreeBired in my work
oe1. There 1 a
rpals mem a the s I of m
ad" a hbd aihed the greater
ddol ia The poamae of the
sawroion were verylrregular,
iwm s asoam.o thing for me to
time duriag the might
hlUM IDma 's idey Plls advised
thm ad prcured a box at
th Co.'s druf store. I am
B i Ir that I did ao a they lived up
t atioea and ave me prompt
S*le by all dealers. Price 60
fPoter-Mllburn Co., Bufalo
.rk, *ole agents for the United
X the same-Dean'a-and

km. Vp Peo Ceoasetalatia la

Sal L. Parris, 01 the House.

i faI ewrtlemhasllbethown
of aes rulIgs. He has declared
ithe ti e set for the hearing
i laM s hall arrive, no
liptla" auaone shall deplete
i i of e ade, but all shall

wrted Monday
toe that they
huring oaw-
to receive re-
rof eommeno
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b ol~uafbti be
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LaylMs -athn b sam Ttea,
dI meRssb i i has k Sp me is ti
Th S ihartwA wW thlwy
"a 2 n4t foam infmse.
Lad the IEdiss h p|Hbaa tigbt.
And t i er Coel and his
For the mint is wv gally, and the
Seuth is gotin dry
By the ttill-side on the hill-side in Ken-
tucky all lis till,
And the only damp refreshment must
be dipped up from the rill,
Nawth Ca 'lina's stately ruler gives hbis
soda glass a shove,
And discusses local option with the
So'th Ca'lins guv.
It is ueless at the fountain to be wink-
ful of the eye,
For the cock-tail glass is dusty, and the
South is going d ry!
It is "water, water, everywhere, nor
any drop to drink!"
We no longer hear the music of the
mellow crystal clink;
When the Colonel, and the Major, and
the Gen'ral and the Jedge;
Meet to have a little nip and to give
their appetites an edge;
For the eg -nog now is nogless, and
the rye ham gone awry,
And the punch bowl hods carnations,
for the South is going dry I
All the night-caps now have tassels,
and are worn upon the head!
Not the right-eaps that were taken
when nobody went to bed;
And the breeze above the blue-grass is
an solemn as is death,
For it beors no pungent clover-tang on
-its sodorific breath.
And each man can walk the chalk-line
when the stars are in the sky,
For the fzz-glass now is fizzless, and
the South is going dry!
Lay the jest about the julep neathh the
chestnut tree at last,
For there's but one kind of moonshine
and the olden days are past!
The water-wagon rumbles through the
Southland on its trip,
And it helps no one to drop off to pick
up the drivers whip;
For the mint beds now are pastures,
and the corkscrew hangeth high;
All In still along the hill side, and the
South is going dry!
From Suwqnnem's source to Sable Cape,
from St John to Encambia,
The people Are determined on the corm
ing of a better day.
The dram shops of, of Tampa
and Miami,
Must get themselves in readiness, for
they are sure to die.
Likewise those of Jacksonville and of
St. Augustine
And Perry, too, and Carrabelle and Key
West, I do ween.
They cannot stop the avalanche; ro
matter how they try.
Florida is coming, ssters, she too, will
soon be dry.

The Goveraor Meelves a Letl frem
lowa CommaMlag ME Se tesea.
Governor Gllchrist is in receipt of a
letter from a prominent citison of Iowa,
with reference to his recommendation
that Abraham Lincoln's birthday be
made a legal holiday in Florida. The
letter says:
"I saw today's Chicago Tribune
that you had r ea,...inded that the an-
niversary of Lineoln'sbirthday be made
a legal holiday and that la this you were
heartily supported by some of your M.-
Ilators that once were in the Coaete
ate army. I am so pleased that asch a
feeling Is now being publicly expressed
I the South and that a ke feing
grow more a more common in the
North that I wanted to exe my
pleasure to you. On my moe side
my grandparents were irginVian and
bo~my parents were Kentucky born
kd brd. bat I wa born in the North
and rved almost four years in the fed.
eral army. he anoeetors of thousand.
apen thoemands now in the North came
from amoewhere In the South and I be.
liee th day is nut very distant when
@ome of these thousands will again iden-
tify themaelve with you in developing
your great body of waste lande.
"It was many a day before the bit.
tere of the Warofthe Roe ewas
forgotten by Englishmen; but I hope,
nay believe, the grandchildren of thuse
who participated in our struggle will
have forott n most of the bitternma
of that titanir asrugKle and the forensic
slavery f~oAt that went before. War I.
all that Gen ,Sh'rman saiili i| Though
we. thoae of the South and North, were
fow years in hell there were no more
devils among u than you iA finn
amosw the rame number of us todo)
among the sanm number from all aec
Uesasie nbld anywhere today. Even
now we roeognilt each other aus Amer
ha wherever the home may be; take
equad poded te a growth a IOar Of
our esmon country. Why dold we
ot eonise worth in those that ian
worthy, whether the were the

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edN 1 &_ -w .m1
ad 11 wo e te1111 skmet
Sof-rollow tae Victor KIN.
Scripture Reading- I 8. Pat
Prayer-Rev. J. E. Woodard.
t --A Glad MterMesenger, solo
d M1aaroet 8 olo.
Lvella Watson?,1 e l GrraG=ea
Hill, Pearl Hall and Pauline Atklose
Recitation- Easter Weleome, with
banners, Raleigh VanBrunt, Earl Mick.
Icr. Dvere Burr, Eton Burr, Guy
Recitation- Easter Messengers-
Easter, Pauline Wallace; Sunshine.
Carrie Yon; Good Cheer, Jauneta
Former; Love, Mabel Tally; Joy.Terem
Yager Faith, Bertie Bell; Peace, Ms-
non Hall; Light, Mabel Yon; Life,
Carrie Taylor.
Song-Sevilla Watson.
Recitation -What Have We for Je-
suT? Susie Yon, Annelle Ball, James
Recitation The Resurrection Story.
Twelve boys with banners on which was
placed a letter of the word Resurree-
tion; Harry VanBrunt. Terrell Yon,
Carthe Byers, James Gramling, Ralph
Crowder, Albert Moor, lAwrence Evans,
Jack Dyer. Jarvi.. Kaigler, Clinton
Harris, Alfred Blackburn, Ray Roberts.
Recitation -- Alive Again. Helen
Evans, Eflle Cureton, Pauline Atkinson
Refitation-Hlow Far Does Love
ReabI, four boys with banners, with a
letter of the word love: Philip Dzial-
vnaski Ben Chaires, Robert Temple,
Joe Williamson.
Recitation-The Singing Time, eight
girls with green wreath. Myrtle Cate",
Ruth Child. Mildred Jackson. Francis
Woodard, Lollio Moor, Grace Hill, Kate
McLarren. Susie HullI.
Recitations A Better Country, (An-
gel. Kesale Templ1; Voice, Joy Gmney;
lat Pillrim, Janette Byrd; 2d Pilgrim,
Lillisa CollinV; 3d Pilrrim, Mary Les-
ter; 4th Pilrrim. Ruth Smith; 5th Pil
grim, Louise Preotor. 6th Pilgrim,
Asalee Moor. Before leavitir the roe-
turn they sing, Risen Forever More
Recitation-An Easter Lonr Ago,
Margaret Strange, Revilla Watson.
Fannie Blakburn, Beiale Crowder.
Bernice Harri Coralee Simmons.
Recitation-The Universal Easter-
Easter, May Rogers, dressed in white
with wreath of flower on her head and
a pale green sash fastened from left
shoulder right ide of waist, with a
basket of flowers in her band. The
girls representing other countries ear.
tried flash and card boards pinned on
their breast. with name of country each
represented. via:
Margaret esLarren, Turkey.
Janie Stream ladia.
Kate Byrd .
Jaunita Simmw, Syria.
Jdhie Mrlntoeh. mexe.
Sonur-Let Them iee, by L ,iuers,
The Closinr Address, Jaae SBtrane,
holding a pretty banne with Easter
Easter Offering was releved by Rus-
*ell Nickler and Eiltom Saith. Theo
Proctor and Eugene UCalr.
A beautiful sole--sa Bly Picket.
Praver--Rev I. S. Patterse.
Closing Song-iHalleujah to Our

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Kidney troqtj e ad

dlacoIn caaad a t w ea t y

K dmeytr m i

child urinates too oftea, lfthe w e alds
the Besh, or if. whe tlmehildeehebsaa I
age when it should be able toeotrolthei
gaa e, it is vet aictd with bed-wet- j
tig. depilnl apon it, tememsoftlaedgl

culty it kidney treble, te lha
step aholumld be towed treabtmmet of
these important orga. ThiblnoomeetI
trouble i due to a disa d cone utoa f
the kidney is1 & add ea d a W to a
habit as most people "pr
WomeuN as well moam "n made a mams-
able with kidney ad bibdwi toU leS
and both need the s
rs mild and |
soebottes YbaeMegk&
have a me-ple boQmb ^ ^^
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lasufacturers &

Favorite Brand Fertilizers
Special Mixtures.
Dealers it
Agricultural Chemicals :

And all Fertilizing Material.
* J. R. McDANIEL, Broker, Tallahassee, Fla.

Jacksonville Spring Musical Festival
Chorus of

250 Trained Voices 250
With Mrs. Coriane Rider-Kelsey. Soprano; Nevad
Van der Veer, alto; Reed Miller, tenor; Gustaf
Holmquisat ban; the
CoIdutted by Walter

For c(tsW aataen atigot AMo lAt" aM9 2& .
Asaociate memberships, golod for one reeryed seat at eab e. '
cert, $6 00. Make application now as books elose Apr% la&.Wad
regular box ofmce rateos then prevail. Funde must seeapany.
106 Main St., Jac lloviUe, I Fla.


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tbewstor t Christik and

aPMAtheatben o e ted bpll-
S w-ZComas ralm of dasw
na.m wio R the n.. oTamp was
SaU n d ldby awate for pitcherds.
et wta be cewti abof the Christian
l a'r Uosetes of Flordarld wI be
Tampa, April W22.
00 Bnut Atlete Leaomus baseball
raped this week The firs a
I Nsyui te J-lkoAvin. ytW&y
bej Conq commisirmner of St.
secepd the plas
I spmeatMlome for th new court
Ps amd will advertIs forbids. Tbh
st wWI be lt about the 17th of

b to his home on Green street,
aftar making a trip to
ar*ts, the well known
greer and member of the
ci ty council, was shot and
t ifled unknown parties,
*waited in amuh just outside his
f, Atrday night.
A Te-penace Measare.
If. & J. Holburn .bam introduced
rb awia resolution In the house:
alt resolved by the legislature of
i Florida: That Artcle XIX of
of the State of Florida
am b is hereby amended so
I Section 1-The mana
Oak or ether dipoal, of
pier linMM vioous or alMt are
prohbited ia tM State
rhow --- tor medlel al.
l at, e al parpesk and
Ka DttdMpurN. the esle
Mlfa n a eowd "ine fer the per-
eafm dai, hall be regulated by
I-he t re shall east
oM rW fr t taefrleermt of the
be off taeoMl.
ffe 8-Usuil begilature usete
9 lare m t Sof t i li ott
I "O-a a iat0 o a e pro tiaof
Smore the
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w heila than thirty days nor
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J. CIDINY &CO0., To-
Ul~~u.0 isai 5c.Avg. 164L

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40. hib a k ahea vs. Oinat
iwmb i~Sam sWom selug at W?

K Ptbwt bot ka". J. 5& Pruett. Fe"ta.

St. jobs's Cbmma l #AM:3.. m No ..
a. EL. E Wvembe pw.' mmes. YiS P. aJL.
dereent 72 -_payerand lecture, Ro.
mht efter per v e.Seh.
der aesebo at110 a. E
8 mOmsd W'sdseadau ebat
Et~L~ im this tret gMON. amiand tery. so
seestmof C~pA I reTbh -b

ILianmad4eand 6.'loek P.vs.All a oremidally
inded.tst e%0lunay deu S bed aeld Smanewmorn-
Iawtuin 19eto iiL
Catbolle Church-111ev. tithe" rsBoemsa"la n
Booklev priests in chmrga, Serveess own,5gm-
dar at Man during the week s :6al m. u.

SPVNFoticeof U Mu aine.
A A MCICINGofthe .botkholders ef the
dim.. Jwidara.onsthe lth day of Fwur.A. D.
ISIt wes resolved bypote of9ter.t114.7holders
hokingtwo-thhdsop IS tapts!stock th.t said
hank be elceed sod that the )sine go flue, liquide.-
ties and that such roaclutlos be'ac~ifed hW ythe
Diuwetaca to the 000ptenllerof taenSate .1o7kwl
Ida and notice gives as required by S..U.. f
of the Revised statutes of the state of 714dms.

mo1ck* of TeahsebSis 3aimudlaaL
bol x"k mi uder the Uniflorin Ena-
bahe S AWe of Fided gThalheemsm onthe
IrS Tuesdayarerth 9 uvris June
Our t he srmesdes d Ub
the mid somiaed amsals at the

am low for.OWN

The felewlegs aIsMsadntTet-oAlm tobe mel
as thm beeb 4d d Jewe Jm. ltbm 1WN:
0" lg RwId*&Win Limem (U1e). May.
bi Gmdimen.k tegAtNM($). 0G. Lb..
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the HN w entim dtoepeklbems by m*gpm
po am reseseipt at prom.


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You mud consider that, In the great variety of farm soils, one
may ooMana almost enough natagen for the cotton crope-
oanBtr wl need more potash than phosphoric acid, another re-
quike a greater percentage of phosphoric acid, also there's the
IdivWuaal plant food of the crepe to consider. It is obvious that a *" .
gemral uftizer will not do for all crops. If you want record yields you
Alst get the fertilizer formula that contains the plant food your land requires


High Grade Fertilizers
oe m de especally for erowin Cotton and Corn, and the d(ferent for-
ml.are prepared onl jfr most rigid soil tests, which absolutely insures
ery crop getting the plant food it requires in the exact proportions needed.
The largest yields of Cotton and CQrn in this state
have been due entirely to'the use of Bigbee's high
y grade fertilizers and a little judgment in cultivation.
Bigbee's are standard fertilizers, and judicious use
of them will in a few seasons reduce work by in-
creasing both quantity and quality of crops with
a reduced acreage.
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Home Phone 5M&. Ol~ce Phone
ATWerMst AMD OoIounam.Lo A LAW.
I. MJmvaSMsoI s uu.m

AM CiedM--Wa. Por sate. SaCs a.. To
it,. Sta. mebi knrt i mits ow tiiO ada m
da. V fat mt. LOaWin eMe.

VOM SAL, I 8et of New Cone ui
teys. A bargain at this offwe.
a s IV PFor all kinds of printafg.
rf yeur stationery neatly perated
S e or cheaper than you ar buy
l- paper from retailers. BvWry
should have his printed latter.
hds and Ensvelope.

Did not receive a Gold

Medal, but we sc
Blue Kbon.
AU kiUAds of F

Cake today.

A .ham

MLccsend Udwtakmr ad

Only Licensed Undertaker and
Embalmer in the City.
ancy hesldKc tie 225. ORffrTlm I


PirfKdfr. Napoleoi .,
Apple Tarts, French
Doughkuts, Golld Rod,
Fluffy Raff1U, &c.

Tallied A s, Fnorida.

Is coew's N-ekes.
Notice Is hereby given that six month
after the date hereof I will present to
the county judge of Leon county., lori.
da. my fnal accounts s executor of the
I" twill and testament of Edward fH.
Myers, deceased, late of eaid county,
and apply for a final diaeharge from
dueh *eexautnrhip.
FRa MIsex T. M Ysas, Executor.
Jan. 1. 190. 4 Imimee
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FOR WOOD-Pnone Dr. J. HI. Buttm
PmNo. 217. 20
TuaspAs Noricks. lironted on cloth JI V. GULLEY I SON,
a short notice st rrastonsIelple t
Slae~e, amd It mrtIte weMra. H. Popq.m
*srt Trespasse NuUr.' iniyear homeuMs f oq

DLn J. H. Sumr Vetens ry Sergeom, ---'--I UV B d;X J
WAUILmij! -A Imbati~i gI')y % S ~t' tOto eao'ese
M~an. Cofftrewienr "m v c. rk. liime hl- Otattw rdr e
owntjpsw~filvr. A~krvF'-~A., CaroM ee foren prompt at~igenelg
Trise uEl~ftr,.d. tf 'I Day or Night.
FOR SALS. Thr?'e chair barber aboL.!I ene mam .
with bmuw. Finw t .qumwomvtaadbe's, I ILcne)mam
lesetle In li vely SmuIt, Grorgia town uf C..*l..
6.010lnft-bl ants. C'ash, or e-' .4*- Off ,Mm- aRs AeIs

lou Sale.
Quartlr e( abloek, #Adjns~u
mcebo. Apply Mrs UGeus.10
Park Avenue, city 1t

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Thuhin g,

Sheet-Meta Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spot.
Ing, and Sheet-Metal Wek
solicited, and special ea
taken to please my pat.-
nsro .


I have opened a new shbop
on East Jefferson St., oppo-
site fish market, and an
prepared to do all kinds of
Tim Work. Plumha amd

Rae r Work.

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I guarantee satiafactica.
having given satisfaction al.
ready in many of the best
houses In Tallahabsee.
329 E. Jefferson St.

Fishing p,,r'ie oi, Solchoppy msd Oak*
loeknme rivers l.unh "Star," sse.
comfortable. safe pener i. o
sole. FILh biting NOW A.4,re lJ.W.
Wood, captain and experkane gMS
ioonrhppy. FlP.

A Cup ot WWt0 enas e f e L4abel
nteac a-d Java C*e
s what e strait to the Ibent .
every Isa at breakfat Utie. sad eay~
eh kMnws-hat-s 0* s gO esu P'-
i- bew *M- they Ihaye t -
soae eL au .gooda the k .

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NNWMeekMB T m *Nmn.
uasemn n pa lasn a vTisit
i s taken by his nephew to
fl St. Paol's cathedral. He
aSeqeltenroe wbsteve with
at th Church of Bugland.
up aP prayer book and be-
VW V lMa atereed, but n be
4 n0 with a look of Intense
SoO th tepM re Pcre book
dw 4 looked cautiously
plell l- ipb bhat and erept
to d- door,. His nephew
Nao mn amid:
yB 1I, onele? What Is the
mnile replied: "No. But it In
to oake any man Ill to eOw the
of e collections made n thi
I gleert' aamid the epbew, in
9l. If there to nny at all. tblrp
Won't be more than one,"
I~lap" aid the unlip, "they should
ark so many In the Im)k. There'
bu t 'collet' l and bits of
theM collectt' an, l mU,.14raye'ru,
esgeor again. And sflny I to my-
SIf I bde re until nil tlaei4' ol
am r the, Ill no' have a ranw-
1 M pocket!' "-J-oudon Tit-li(t.
N Hew Indian Ton Deerskin.
,be skin dresing of the Indian".
h|bulffao and deer skiuis,M It o'njral
e beautiful and a oft. 'bley
he skin either on a frame or
1,l pound, and after It bas remalij
6 e for three or four days. with
i hi spread over the fltpby side.
11rai It with a sort of adz dor
o After the proke.m of grainlng.
Othw skin is apparently beauty.
l1tetbed, it pamea. through at.
prons te-4) t of smoking. For
t 6y anS the skin on a frame
a ef& proof house or tent. The
Is mado at the bottom out of rot-
Wwed, which produces a strong and
siaamoll. Tbhe fire munist be smoth-
to make the smoke. The grained
must be kept In the smoke for
Wor four days. and after this the
Swill always remain the same.
VWs after being wet, which does not
Wet dsto the dressed skins in civillied
USatres.-"WIfe Among the Indiana."
l Gwria, Florida & A Alabhama Kail
nmPuy will not be r"eponible or
S eetmuonts made by i t emplo-
eaept upon an order signed by the
Raf@ omtoat riem lar printed
i extending credit to
purported to be for this
t will do so at their own
m t look to the person to
sesh eredit m extended for set-
t of same No one employed by
P. & A. Railway Co. is author-
make purchases for Its account
the general man Tor.
,1J. CG O'eral ag.
R.mos. General Manage.

s. oa fot Job Printing.


IF THEY DO, they should.
be repaired at once. It
doea'nt matter whether It is
s mall leak or whether
whole Joint Is loose, the re-
mit will be the same. Im-
perfect Plumbing is the
eame of a great deal of sick-
Mesm, and too great precau-
tion cannot be taken to have
the water or gas pipes in
pod ooidtion. If there is
iythIng the matter with
plumbing, 'phone up
S, and I will do the
My work Isdone
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Mowes, Ice Cram Fre s, Water Coolers

Rdrgrats, hin Screca M ad

NKg Flame09 -Sames

and Garden Tools.

mick riders, lowers ad ay Rakes.
See the new Amkan PoAtry F e. Te newest in in Fenc .
Community Poultry R ettig, Wod emg for a yard Fence.



De Te Fisk? I
If so, you will be interested in tshe
celebrated Heddon's "Dowarise" arti.
facial minnows, which the editor of this
paper uses for catching trout and other
game fishes. .
They can be used for casting, troll-
inr. skittering or bobbing and are the
most wonderful and successful lure ever
These minnows are made in a variety
of styles, colors and sizes and will
make the trout bite when nothing else
The editor of this paper will take
pleasure in showing you a fine assort.
jnent of thee minnows and if you will
"drop a line" to James Heddon & Sony, I
Dowagiac, Mich., you will catch one ot
their booklets telling all about
them. 7-4t

I The Musician I

The Standard Magaine
Of The Awlk WorM. ..
T-eaher, the a" the Alateer
Iesh hue contains:
24 Pae" ol nw and standard music. vocal
and litnmrumntal. etail value at lkeet
4A pgensof lateretinl, ingltring readilr
matter, and edvrtilnat of value to mu l-
elans Oad inmte wInm
Hpoal deprtineut for Teachers, Flnre
Violinists. Orsieista, Children. e.
Subseipti-e Ph*e .55 Per Toer
Hend II cents In *stampt fr a mple copy
Catalkwg of music and mnuleal taItru-
monts mnt upon request.
1sO Tremont St., oeston, Mass.

Bubeenbe to The TrueDemocrat


The Most Complete Hardware Store in Mdd Florida.

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Cream Vermifuge


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BIlWrdSmoow UImalmnt C
For sal, by Harde-Smith Drug Co.


Spring Millinery



Miss Adele Gard,

149 N. monro St.

Jeff. D, Ferrell,

General Repair Shcp.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience.' ; ?

A portionleof the public
patronage I solielted
and satisfaetl0a ifJaraa.

Tallhassee, Flor


For Sa.--A Bwvah!
The 200 acre place of
James Moody, on Lake
Munson. Extra good
Tobacco land-well wat-
ered and well timbered.
Splendid mill site. For
price and rticulars,
call on or ad rees
T g

Genuine Peruvian

Hay! Hayll Hayll

Forsak ~..

One hundred tons of Hay,
two hundred bushels of one
crop Peanuts, two thousand
barrels of Corn in ear.
Large experience with lab.
eat imunproved machinery h
enabled me to make andpe
on the market here a quality
of hay fully as good u the
western product.
MYhay consists of about,
two-thirds cab grass, m-
third peavine. Brhtly ear
ed, neatly baled. Weg
bales about one hu n ru e
pounds each.
Hay, $15.00 per ton on bad'
cars. ..
Corn 7r per bushel onabord*
cars, shelled and sacked, .
Can ship over three roads
Florida Central, 8B. L. and
A. C. L. Prices low.


Miceosukee, Fla.

County Surveyor.



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iaiyour 60 day tay in our town we cordially invite your
0- to our tk of merchandise. We can please you in any-

t that men wear. Al' that is new and up to the second in
Ga's farshins, and we sell at the very lowest prices. A nob-
by lot of ready made suits, made to fit, by a tailor, in several styles
and all colors, from $10 to $22.50. Any suit $2.50 less than
the town. A starchy line of men's extra trousers, all new and
nifty. See them and you'll need a pair. Then look at our Shoes.
You've heard of the Florsheim Shoe "'for the man who cares," well,
we have them, and others too, also a complete line of Shirts and
underwear. Give us a trial, we will show you.


Phone 39.



Tallahassee, Florida.

Told of Confederate Navy.
Judge Wright's Picture Story Greatly Enjoyed. Not.
Only Entertained and Instructed all who Heard It,
But Inspired in Them the Desire to Know
More of the Subject Under Discussion.

The people of Charlston were treated last evening to a most
unusual entertainment, when Judge A. 0. Wright of Jacksonville,
commander of the Confederate Naval Veterans, gave at the Hiber-
nian Hall his d interesting "Picture Story" of the Confederate
Navy. Jude rht is engaged in the effort to raise funds with
which to collect the records ofthe accomplishments of the gallant
band of heroes of the sa, who, few in numbers though they were
and itifuly equipped for the stupendous tasks they essayed, did
deed which bring wonder and amazement to all who search the
Judge Wright is an exceptionally pleasing speaker. His voice
carries well, and be knows hs subject and his heart is in it. He
tel his tale with an ntusiasm which is infectious, yet he never
lingers upon any featut longer than the least interested auditor
would have him to do. As each picture was thrown upon the can-
vas last night by the streoptican machine manipulated by Mr. W.
P Dowling, he told briefly what it was and the part it bore in the
Barative-a narrative crowded with thrilling episodes.
The speaker began by emphasiing the fact that while the
Confederate army, to which all praise is due, is well know too lit-
tie is known of the navy. He illustrated hisproposition by co-
aring the records of Gen. Robert Lee and his brother, Sydney
Smi Lee, theone known of all men. the other scarcely reem-
beed, although his career prior to the outbreak of the war was as
bdliaMt as that of his brother, and although he made a very fine
reed in the Confederate navy.
He then disauised the origin of the Confederate navy. Its best
mw at the fst had been enlted in the United States navy, and
ithd at the tbreak of the war. This was a nucleus. Same
Ot the ma bilant m in the Comfederate navy were fighting
Sfbonm friends in the Unitd steam nv-=
themheUnitd navy entrw the ser-
vie of the oth th ad to the best ve s th
=Mld aid tMa them m f raft. Almost ay old
t s wolu at, with t mounted upon it, was ...A
to 9ew uat holis
d the battles n various He
he bet M or a irs the
do 1h e5 or 4in the
S.hod adtSHistorem ua have
=of the crippled piltIsmof
do MM dithe unequal m i lism

with om debil of the ConfMerate avy at
__ itsa eploits abroad. o e th
we the Add senmees, and hsb
Swe saie of t stories. He
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of sight of land for four months, and not dropping anchor for
Judge Wright knows his subject as well as any man can o
it, with so much material undeveloped, and he inaple in those
hear him a desire to know the story, too, and to search out
material, which has been so long neglected and which is ftst
lost. His lecture, as was statedin the beginning of this artl
out of the ordinary, and it will be so consided ball who heaw
-From th. CAerbto, 8. C., Nmes and Courier, fMark so, l
Judge Wright will deliver this famous lecture at Munro Opus
House next Tuesday night, April 20th.

Honc Again, With my Fricnds!
Althe a Uttkte t d tle Way, wl b
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see. A vst to n ebt wtm fyty winie yMY elu m
facte. Kaom m fUam to mBst of iu s a guersatee to aow n
Stw now I te it, t r br wh Dry OGem, x
Show, Hate, LIu'eW nd Qete' rmlshs -d No6M.. pwdSI. *
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aa Tasatles-Flournoy,
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Harri s.Flernoy. Ba-

. io-OGirardesa, Beard,
S nMLeod, Massey.
i:aC Ora;satesa-Baker, Twety
; arth7Metreary, Massey, Cottrell,
tHarris, Sams, With
m*, Davis.
S 3liiu, Flournoy, Harris, Gir.
adw Davis.
S Legislative Expens--Sloan, Massey,
SBarm, Broaen, Hiamphrieo.
u Ausultare and Forestry- -Hoeford,
SM oILdMiller, Baker, Twenty-ninth ;
ublie Printing Humphries, Beard,
X Baker, Twentieth Cottrell,
;, 5aki-CrllI, McMullen, Beard,
Gfs. WiilaMu,.
Slaroade-J. H. B. Miller, First Dis-
Chairman; J. A. Williams,
Wsty-Arst; Frank W. Same, Twenty-
Ah ;; jLouio C. Massey, Nineteentu,
.iRRlI Cook, of Twenty-fifth.
Lands and Drainage e-E. L
of Twelfth, Chairman; Donald
ullen, Eleventh; Theop West,
; W. Hunt Harri, Twenty-
Le; ews W. Zim, of thirty-first.
vileges and Elections--W. H. H.
d,of Thirtieth, Chairman; W.
In Third; C. L. Leggett,
; 5L I. Hostord, Fifth; v. P.
et eaurteenth.
AIflrtlkonas-I. N. Withers, of
i hl-ird. Chairman; E. S. Crill,
agoyelxth; W. H. H. McLeod,
ir F. P. Sama, Twenty-saixth ;
s. Msey, of Nineteenth.
SAffalre-George W. Dayton,
mtlh, Chairman; J. II. Johnson,
eateenth H. H. McCreary, Thirty
i' d; P. k. Hoeford, Fifth; 1. N
SWither, of Twenty-third
C1ommeree and Navigation- Thomas
I Doavti, of Sixteenth, Chairman John
Seard, Second; W. Hunt Harris,
Lwent-fourth D. C. McMullen, Klev-
S th ; Lewi W. Zim, Third.
ammIititon-G. W. Dayton, of
11510, Chairman; Theop West, Fourth;
Slon Steventh; R P. Houford,
h A. Z. Adkinsa, of Fifteenth.
Is, sad Telegrapbh.-A Z. Adkina,
a Nth, Chairman; J. B. Johnson,
llthU C. L. Lggett, Tenth;
.'Cook ourtach; Jr.V Same,
i fth-bTheop West, of Four.
; W. Hunt Harris,
.* T; H. H. McCreary. Thir.
; H. H. Buckman. Elgh-
SJ. B. Johnson. of Seventeenth.
0 allinmal Amendment-John S.
of t io a Chairman ; D. C.
B Siie, l th; F. W. Same.
l eighth; J. A. Williams. Twen-
sad Bui11 Cook, of Twenty-
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Chairman; James H. Hum-
w Tmty-mventh- D. H. Sloan,
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Hat WTweatr 4isth.
S L tale,- H. H. Me-
,- TrC.doo, chairman;
I i itath; Gerge W.
m 1t i. N. Wiiie Twent,.

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em i see ef the moat lapartat
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, Ceaway, Stewart, Wi-

Knowles MeKasiml of Washit!g,
Wu Dbavis, Doke, Sith, Thorats.
Inewrsace-Knowles, Doke, Newtma.
Hull, Brown, Cash, Malone, Roberse,
Finance a n d Taxation- -Hateher,
. Chae, Epperson, Butler, Light, Mas-
Wilame, Newton, Hilburn, Moore.
. County Organsation- Batler, Taylor,
Chaire Epperson, Hull, Acres, Brown,
Carn, Calkins.
Constitutional Amendments--Hodges,
Alexander, Chase, Carter, Kelley,
Knowles, Dupont, ioore.
Privileges a n d Elections- Neely,
Riehburg, Carter, Patiahall, Stokes,
killer, Dupont, Hardee, Mahaffey.
Miscellaneous Leislation- Malone,
Chase, Calkins, Chaires, Bynum, Hatch-
er, MaeWilliams, Page, McKenzie of
Education-Carter. Calkins, Epper-
son, Hilburn, Ferrell, Cam, Brown,
ilardee, Hull.
Militia and State Troops -Stringer,
Knowles MacWilliams, Hilburn, Cal-
kins, Hodges, Robereon, Trammell,
Public Heal th-Tsylor Wiggins, But-
ler, Clark, Watford, Thgard. Dur-
ranee, Hilburn Miller.
Lrislativea xpensee-Chae, Hatch-
er, Wll, Cash, Doke, Kelly, Durrance,
Peaden. Calkins.
Enrolled Bills-Cash. Durrance, By-
num, Newton Trammell, Wells, Demp.
sey. Veaden, Tidwell.
Organized Labor-King, Stokes, Ma-
lone, MacWilliams., Alexander, McKin.
zie of Putnam, Godfrey, McCaskill,
Public Roads and Highway. Chase,
butler, Stringer, Epperson, Watford,
Richburg, Mahaffey, Hull, Conway.
Public Lands-Tidwell, Cash, Light,
McKinsie of Washington, Sheppard, Ms-
haffey Grace, Kelly Acree.
Mining and Phosphate- Bynum, Ter-
rell, Shepherd, Acree, Boland, Ogilvie,
Littell, Knight, Mahaffey.
Census and Apportionment-Light,
Knowles, Neeley, Wells, Curn, Rich
burg, Miller, Littell, Malone.
il Fiheries- Littell. Page, Ogilvie, Tid-
well, Taggard, Godfrey.
Journala- Ragiter, bavis, Wall. Me-
Caskill, Hull, Peaden, Boland, Knight,
Game -Aresn Chase, King, Stranger,
Brown, Wiggina, Moore, Dempsey,
Judleiary (Division A) -Calkins, Car-I
ter, Neeley,_Bmith., Kelly, Alexander,

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Pe waps our eberished Sill we'd manae
W t M o ItLrow, I
We mglht eltiovate, the while.
An ingratlatlnr smile;
For a scowl would sorely bore ins,":
With two e snturies before us.
Perhaps we'd be less critical it quite
aassred that we
Could till cavort around here in two-
thousand-nIne A. D.;
We miaht try to make amlnd
To our irritating frleods,
We could treat their fault, with levity,
When we thought of our loagevity.
When we'd o brown philosophieal and
bal nd free from eare,
We'd have of sorrow even lee than we
should have of hair.
So we all could do our parts
To give peace togrieving hearts.
As thtags are suppo od we try It-
We'd bi sure to profit by it.
'Tio said the compound interest on a
single dollar would,
In twenty generations, put us millions
to the food!
I should like to start out now,
With a dollar, anyhow,
But I dooe't know how to collar
That flret, fundamental dollar.
-Chicago Press.
Some *of the Thags of latereat that
Traspired t t. Captal City.
Easter Sunday dawned with eloudless
skies and a warmer temperature than
that of the ltevious day, mad, in cow&e-
quence, the number of early eommui-
eanta in the chorhebe was unusually
large. The midxy services, aslo, were
well attended, and the subjects ehose.
for song and sermo were especially
suited to the Eastortid Tbhehoirs of
the several chrehes f rniahd beauti-
ful and elaborate maiteal program,
the decoration commits made the ui-
terior of the bchrshers bowere of bloom.
Among the me nmsrI desalgn placed
ia St. Joha's sl ehereh.; was a
large wreath of w riees, hung on
the altar In loving emory of the e, o
rector, Dr. W. IL Carter, who for
nearly thirty yer_ s mlmeered to the
eomgregation of that church.
In the afternas the hlMre of St.
Joba's had their saBl aster song ser
vies, and theseeseee, etadag
la the chanal mad se-e with thr
ala off*erla, tarlto the 110 e
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aUPgr w, t all ready to
A~. Ne emies fulstare. Can arrange terms.
No. 4 RL
t. hou e. all modern conveniences,
no IOuon N. Ada8aSt. This is a very 4e-
boo& ?. A

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N0. Pretty 4 room et corner Duval and
epul eetsx $100 down, b ce monthly.
n a RD

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M6 gem tasem Godeden street near Park
i a Mad repa. Terms one-third cash. Bal-
a n me "ad two years.

No. 9 R.

'A OO- rem Cotas. lot ISOX210, Park Avenue,
S to, ne frot, good gar, barn
No. 10 R

NAD U --ght lotb d an 8 room heoae and a cot,.
11 Moarie strut. Close to business section.
No. 12 R.
( OO*. 7 room hoase, beautiful location, good
tl, pretty adlset largiS&e enough for a her
No. 18 R.
oom cottage pringfield, lare lot. good
7 w la, e fruit, A good home for a colored family.
No. 14 R.
The Hartt place, eoroers ow Park Avenue,
lt, pretty location. House nueed repair. Lot
weith the price.
No. 15 R.
$14M $1,10ft Three 4 room cottace lots
4 we leted. Tarm one-thirdcash. ane
SNo. 16 R.
SI A pretty A room cottage on large corner lot,
/ n eoaud nt to railroad station, park front
emealf essh, balance one and two year.

Timber and Farming Lands.
No. 1 T.

2,000 Acres Leon w o-nty, Townhip 1 W.
Range 2 aad 8 W. ea OckloekNo river, about 4 mile
from radlrad, oaty abomt 10 o from Tallahiase.
150 asree cleared. 75 areas uandr eultivation, a 7 room
ber an a 4 oro eott o tb ae. After bes
eaeod, iea wiH be A" f&bmooM lands, shot 1800
Aerew 4 Tmber., meetly Pa. Owner say will cut
aboueet 4000 feet to acre. Coiderable hardwood. Look
at the priea-$10,000. Only 0 per acre. The timber
alone is worth the price.

No. 2T.

30 AceS TowThp r N. Range 2, E., 100
areas fie woods, pine oak. ckory, h&. Never fai!
in stream of water t place. Fine pasture, 120
acres feed. Fine farn lnd. 120 aeres open.
About 40 fin peach trees IlteoI Land lies well.
Dwelling and out builians. Price 812 50 per acre.
$1,100. 166 acres, 5 miles outh of city, Good 5
room cottage, beautiful live f k ove, grand view of
large lake, over 000 feet on place. Pecan
and fruit tre Tlmber wwl for the place. Fine
site for mill. This is a ar Tera one-half eash.
Balance In oneand two years.

Business Property.

No. 5B.

Pays 10per cent. That ode building on Monroe
treat next to Capital City Bank. Good paying ten-
ante. This is certainly a ood investment.

No. 1B.

Pa m 12 per cent. stores O Monroe street. Do
you expect any better Interest on a aWe investment.

No. 6 B.

4 brick stores, well located. sood renting property.

Faraiag Land.
No. 2 F.
87 aeres, about S mile from Tallahassee rnth
roilliag Xd table lands, light Cray and clay aaady SOI
85 acres cleared. 5 tenant hous., good dwelling
bouoe (cost $000), 3 good barn.. Price $7,8300. Ites-
onable terms.
No. 4 F.
600 acres, Township I N. Range 2 E., well watered,
about 500 acre under cultivation, 5 tenant ooses,
dwell eeds repair. About 150 acres in woods.
Price $ per acre.
No. 6 F.
9 acres, near city, on Quincy road. Fine for truck
and poultry. Price s60.
No. 7 F.
881 acres two miles of city, on S. A. L. R. R. Fine
land, room house, bare and out bwulding, 2 good
wells, 60 seres ultivation, plenty of wood, fine prs.
peaehe, alpps, ts and mulberri. Pecan, lots of
them. Pe $1, ifquack.
No. 8 F.
300 acres well Improved land, 8 miles from Court
House. 11 are shaded and now being prepared for
another crop of tobaoo 2 large tobaeeo bars. 100
acres planted I n co, 7 aeres tn ease, 8 amr in at-
te area pauts, 8 cres sweet potatoe Pleaty
eof 4 t. 0obearingpecantree. e 4 roomhme,
2 tant houses, 8 room, 2 teaant bou 1 ro a
good 5 room dwelling, new barn good sbhds aad other
out boues. 5 well, land al wid In. Two 32 bern
wagons, 1 buggy, 1 rake sad mowing mache, -dis
harrow, cut a-way barrow, pows, Ae M 4 good
mules, 10 bead battle. 8 mows aid p1ir, turkeys aad
chlekm. A complete well agqulpped farm. Ca ar-
range long terms. Paica $80,000.
Building Lots.
No. 1 B.
12 spleondd lota on Duval street north of the Gov-
ernor's Mansion. Price vary reasonable.
No. 8 B.
Only 2 of the Magnola Heihts lots left. Pride
No. 4 B.
Thoa beautiful lots, kown as the Gamble plaWO,
on Gaeso street been Adams ad Bronough.Will
sell by the lot or a a wbole.

I have other good investments for sale. Call on me. Business is getting brisk.

R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Real Estate Broker.

Phone 80.

Office 103 S. Mosroe St. Marine Bank Balldlag.

Asaoelated with J. T. Bernard & Son.


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