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TALi-AfSE, FLyRU)A, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1909.
met Aesty In Public Office; qual Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.
6 *' **
et the eity,
*p--M age -a
jtthe thing aetoaely
LJ. r. sl A Co.
|m~flW a*$* nrf
IM' h~awara twentar
'the Tb tlewi,
SJeha W. Tbomes,
Wd Mr. Ben Allen.)
stay aw major Amw
ail ra. the
m plae St. Mark
r~t~tt Austia naa
bIaR .at 25 pounds,
S taar, without fear
hat, and rtvoled in daring
W bsR the anno's ear
Call to dealer; yet
WR PkU there waa
wo n"ad a tender
asment the nviron-
Sons ot the South
tW0 lash of detest,
to the ar.
toewaehe metiost l
I Ass the edidsea s
Epa r r whueh pro.
r fftoee d=
u: bravest boart bht
113 A flUEiAN.
Smight bdiest. Major
'mamt a a lhmsaM, an, d
with the sport is
am a a th" kind
rid to tarpon han
toS serviesaton a
pa Ab ortgr a
was may amy matter
.1 old eomredes or
at Me sernst, aslitng
of e f or.
Sao men md asaer sen
Ssa t t a ira$
d e ye lan
e amet as reaeS
waeuM ewor s Wten ferls
hd wok MSao etha M
b wee bboar Githestam
"I e pt s ear. When toehaut-
bra" melm*Al toa**=we braves
& s-e-d their L-r t he fo
Ln mae It Mb stated that
soeer hius allowed so one to do
are had work thnhe.
'It was pOst midnight whM exhaust-
md nate wa about ta ive a command
wh even thateid officer could
not ignore. Physoal endurance had al-.
a ue~ats Msnihet's week. a narrow MWW s=ea e
'ohe ase subaded ad cm gused e- =e, with te
aft lUttl w aMajor her to Mest the master sW u heaL& atempt
s*ted at wherch he reeog. to esape. The water was the about
mlad as the Btee was known as av feet deep. A Jerk of the line
Teo Mle Tree, a theo party had their brought the tao= to the suraW and
b na ta iMn a nros and noding hims eoraed his fury
ad, *ad yee a yer children became terriA. Thi stairway was
are safe, rest easy. but we have hon nalped iato spliters, while kidling
- Im.eane tarpe; wold you mind it wood w mad of the oqran and other
we land our b cam? These brave furniture. The splashing of the water
aen have hto adh all night.' and the de4ruetlo bing wrou ht
'God ble yoo, ir, I will wait aa asoundl as if a hurricane was ragng
loa as youh wla s abereplied. iMnde the house. In vain did the men
"In the meandme tho tired fish con- in the attie attempt to use their staff,
tinued to circle the house, evidently; and for nearly an hour the battle
seeking an entranob. Suddenly there raged furiously without a moment's
was a crash and the poor woman evssation.
shrieked a her craft raelei. h t t-. "At last Major Fisher declared that
pon had broken In through a window he could stand it no longer, but must
and remained stUl. Major FVihr or- be admitted to the insde. To do this
HON. JOHN P. STOKES,
of Pensacola Elected as Speaker Pro Tern of the
House of Representatives.
SIl Ant end the bhot was
t avwe. SMdd.nly thee
e othe okaW, th m iaJer
r. telsose It -I
-- the we I sad T--
1,00 W '4
dered two of his men to put tOe woman
ad etldren ia the b at., -sd for themI
wv remain on the houls., making fast
tha lMa. eding the Ash. Then with
the houae is tow thei eraft moved to the
tree iMetisedL where they were mSde
tfet, ahewing fur the settliMg af the
i eiaoc heohe" tteo e uo
Stlhe dm lm w the .body do We
dab"s ams W w a 9e h r
wm eew ha e
OA-lakia an a i 10 -df- pt
son" *8 ^r^ --^ MW ow- Om-*^ bm'
^RB-P I~B -*f^B9>-^B-Wr w~ all**
thoor was f&mored ei i
th- dayiIht outside t Ae h Ii
a Serce ling. trikta fasp i
the bo t. but 6e he was a
the oowater tIme .mmadr i
wel lei blow of als gMet to
brain of the mo.tr, sad antw a fe
he fth !* etv dead.
Th th.c t ehe h wtrm w
Ie fta w Mgie fmt twa
baibes@ad wseaMt bhave ebmtw4
feet longer them my evew ym en the
Galt smeet '
Gi ial --smd imme ?*al
hand b SamyIahub t M PrIu
ONr a te War-TaObbue
uan Wats k SRX :
Mr. J. D. Cay brings to t ano
the True Demoerat spiAes of two
Savanash papers, which wWr tVm
mitted to him by his father, Mr. ,
mood Cay. of Waltho.urfleb,
county, orgia, which af te d
One of thae,papes, The
ExpreM, of May 16th, 18U wo
by Ambroe Spencer and
J. Holbroook till, who later
editor sad proprietor of the s
Morning News. Tnheb twas
foilal paper of the county, his
full of advertising and aom of it
bi exeedinly singularand be Nvj *
criticized itla ted in the pap -
Snuff I t iven a very t -
position for t benefit of
E. C. Corbett advertises a bhrke;
and dealer in slave.
We learn from this papw that the
lAdie then wore bonnets a steid at
.hats. .; .,
The Georgia State Lottwy, father.
Ised by a special act of the ab lae t
advertised its monthly dralw ths,
captal prim being $6,800.
leadiar dry goods i b Meahem
of the city ad~ertena under the
of "The Panteohnethea." (As
name Is not in the 1 t-e 1-aree
Democrat would like to w wt t
means.) This houe prfminatly
vertiaes the reelpt of do p
skirts at 50 eats to $8.00 eeh.
While the paper osetaime o moly
editorial, from the tons of ti w
it to have bee an satn ul-aeoessi -.
fan; and It contains notices of evreal
amti-meession meeatag thremhu
The leadins article in the paper is a
letter from Hr. B. Gaule, who w A.
delegate to the Charlatea eeamvst ,
explaning to his enastitaeots t
reason for his vote aa aMeea
froh th Na Jm. r
Be alaod that a oalalamed |
this party would havd
state b g permitted to r tat
slae trad. He deaamoned m ia
m atie way th o ,0th slaa tead .
n 1 other pow is a a p of
Svetonah R Odwad, of Autiest
1"8. Thea saetatt time wa s
Joyis ga soold age oft Years. It
was publihed daily at 10 per year,
This particular issue eaotaiea m
advertisemenant ever the sigate- aft V.
M. Joheos, of TallahaMsee, Via., diw.
Ing$100 reward for the return n ft
searrant boy, Edward, who had ms
away and was thought to hale ge
to oCharlston. *
The paper tells that ata tta
war was at it belht, bet ittleaife
atio was obtainable.
Edltorally it ealls upon the
of G rrls so so a the
let them understad "that peae sad .
freedom can be won b a s soa r way
than by the triumph et our oarm.
The edlr sanmase that hbe we
so no man for goifmr of thd o
aunls ho wi a g s1 s
support to the Cf a dish -u MAm
Th ia paMr so eatla
Uwshe se" this map
Was witathebupathy, but
Jst a mttle dollar as Ito I M '
ashes a ets of aisglad
eOe is pet. Tpto
Is, uSae p-e abX at
"M tkl .
M A, f U0 ovw or Swh 1 1-iesh gs by
sysar rsn oAmeo. anMgemt wet of 2 to 1.
M OM UMMe er M r~ h II IW.1 90. T1AO Wlg Tfor dMe.ulf W. O CO
lba ON",at ph*s4e w. ri .," dent, Mr. Hedeon; Adkna of the
of 1e90 10e 10 t .1. t. 15th district; Baker of the 0th; Breome
of the th; Crsl of the ,5h;
a Tlm mam fs5 WkrnMirJ, a.As. .A tx. Cone of the 14th; Cottoll of
Ift .o the 12th; Davis of the 1th Dayton of
.--the 9.b; Fl o rmoy of the Ord; Giruaadee
l .et- Rae onr Tp" of the 22nd; Humphriee of the 27th;
u u As R m Appt. John o the 17th; Lagett of the
Mr.*" o e _109bth; Maoneyof Othe 19th; McCrery of
the 80th; Nemuulle of tho lith; Mloer
Sof the let:; SlAn of the 7th; West of
Sti 4th; Willsa of the 21st; Wkihtes
of the 2rd; total twenty-four. Agalfmt
Submission: Beard of the 2nd; Beek.
ste"i s u .., w 'tman of the 8lth; Harri of the M4th;
wl. N Oa Hederson of the 8th; Hoeford of te i
Sth; 8 ms of the 2Sth and Zim of the
fl gG 81s It Total seven. Cook of the 25th
bs"M eing abwnt.
1-iN ei4tU FRAM CLAM AGAINST LIQ...
i awi f A lady of Lake Helen set a request
,0immt 5M to Congressmasn rank Clark that he
S favor the aetment by congress of
hsaMbaM ioer, VrMay, April l 3199. a1ws restricting the liquor traffic,
S- opium, eigarettea, etc. The following
g total amount of money in circa. unequivyoeal reply is the kind that i
b nies is the United itatee $8,091,. makes glad the hearts of his jusUIe 4
1s4tm. Tho means about 86 spice loving constituents both enfranchised
If every man, woman and child. and disfranchiad. d
"I am supporting and shall continue
it's a good thing that roasting ears to support any legislation lookiag to a
will meo he in evidence. Flour is so th curtailment or crippling of the busa. j
hib that but few of us can afford ness of dealing ina intoxicating liquors.
to eat It. It has advanced from $6 to I am also supporting and shall continue
9$ par barrel recently, and there is talk to support any legislation looking to s
af it golog to $10. the prohibition of the shipment of b
S ..- liquors Into prohibition states
The grand jurymen in Putnam coun- "I shall oppose the importation of
y., without a single dissenting vote, opium, except under the strictest regu.
has endorsed the position of Represen- nation. I have always boon opposed to t
tio Hillbur on the submission bill. the sale ofelgarettes,havling atrodued
The ga tleman rentainly well repre- the bill which was enacted into law by
s" h s eoastituoney. the Florida legislature, prohibiting |
..- -. such salese."-Titusville Star.
Moare soonty's "Light" isa putting --^
l* h every effort the shine brightly at COL. SITTMOIN S1U ITS JUSTICI t
O sefed of the Legsliature.-Palat- Colonel C. L. BDItinger, editor of the
ha eraMd. And he will shine brightly Ocala Star, soes the justAeas of the
Wih. his people It he aesompllabhe b claim against the State by ColoSel Bid-
pyped laW aWlao. my I. Wails, and says of It: a
o wa of--- thinking. While attendag the editorial Coomves-
S k to tien at St. A-thtine, we had thtpleas S
Mw wi key men at Tallaheaee are a of M tat old, Marm ma.
H to ld statewide pr C O a.an5 s
BUtties apo as than the temperese e wB de asS Man
Shn. JeekeaelUe FloreirAh. We epeR wee paid by ea to eure
I thaabeendo"m timbegint that wut State t armous aum n of
to, _- darkaM often tar their m11 sewhiskbyi seatract u
me m I ntotheir ow destructive. lt ofthi o state, he wasto have
l tere re dnlar t aSa or t. tl
I MM draed tfor a memonIal eta ad Me i$ an C
btho s sJeferss.T. This edswanet, ge.' widaw* his partner bth mane G
Sexy ae the reaset as t. Aiher to hiMa, desaed w
al IpftX hit but toda he is In poverty. b
thads ot the lve s oy, hee peya*
s mty ams Ethe i..ftatu *seeT WWil me the esuingL
.e wh*" a a a P ret ttie ndahtheright o toegos ioeme bo
a om t to e feder while paseM of our State mmt aed prwe this emO-
a added atest as a unique ex. trcit med let he1 grat e b
aa il GbMtrrei ghtod? WWhat we kew of tsMm'
me eamme hetu. great W*I for eur agate, we got pers.th
*f*----a "Mllv frem m mo t i etas oo men
S atdit ef e Tre Democrat waM tSib late waa aspwae o ue w e
wth the able maser ,isn aRobsrt 0001% eam ad M 5M
0iel Samuml J. i lbr, r of Put. W el e eatsNN W. Sad dt&Na ma t
prodded mewe M* day ightsr to t what he seaid of CmeOi
is pesme ai t hias leisla- wailles srvee is Mhs tatimer before ,
he ap w. e f net a mwMW. a. o
b what as people f Pof eum Tiw T. D mmdat oderstaads ha- p
whe tLhey made Mr. ths de s d MMel Wales ila eateal
oea la the irsat primary. smade eS e with Govera y -
hm ma. ..* *.e. .-.fc Uh e- tlm-*of th* b*ktaus of *
the seabsear Railway. Q'm Per. -
---- ry'hhe5, Jd Jad Mai who was N
the Aeinds tiamplsa es thas meieated with hat, wr p py t
. ga Oem. GiahhaIt is the meat pree pa. thS 1 per ea.t a- esatrated. h-
e prodelg Sdmvmser Wie Ms This meae wf a a m oe vahd has
iverbd. ailthatitisa Mid dAy that Of OtaMl Walls. Wher lA 6w
Agrw whim Sm gM we bib tes la iaise i paying the em* and repeajt- ft
m iM damage to the lqililbfi. Ba Me etherT Omleael Waeas, thegh th
toemgie with isbtesee Is- eaa bein eat ear 11,00 of expense s
il-lf ot h. Th True Demesrat sMsay himself, is wiUin to leaf ais ad
Mtetat with a ow mir enapt* a ljstmeit the smr .1 e Setati s
'~Overym amsMe Serly~m s asmendayhr
is he ein" mi it as mpow Soldom this rigw
~~~~ This mob .1repsilait i sareoaamt5
Dme .3.L mmhvu wasweeed by Prm aed alwayswiln nodlthis jZATo
by beig aim lmob kgaISmodsge.
k awk# snghim dSmslowe-~-.
b" so bera Smold Iin one'hmemdis bee A
bm i*goy d Iv'Woe dIs uulduiSm"maist se adSol
Sm qkbd qsd lnv Ofb erndio asoI'pdu peh as"i
hi m~a. hebhat4b.laMaN wIN so abe em ou n Sm
so IS 0 allorw bbo m "a oal ment!
"d f mmhf Sm u "AlbS
T.e Tomsa Woader." S
th tee Deeasea the d m i
sa idlsat way of fetItagbalai
We have seen Oad he a a e a*
wonderful pwedetUmo th Loa w r
state, but after bear a her we ea
truthfelly say that Tesa sever hi
and never will produce mother ah
wmeder as shew Ando me -ml-km-
m after l teal g to ber wemderul
flow of ratery aa longer ebjst fto td
pelar reterse. f
Wedaekday mghtthis ladyr dmlwew
a, address ae prehibtlim at Thly
eheob to a passed awdesse. I twa
hems, she estestaied, pleased, ddig
ed way mea, women a m d siM 5hmi
assembled. There wa net a single
dM expressuon la the leorthy aMla
mmd aNetenths of the adiaase weald
have bees wilUM to have beasd her
for two hours more.
She presented the subject in a amn
ner simply auaaswerable, and that is
dividal who heard and did m t ft
agres to every position taken, has a
headt to reach.
We do not believe there is a man ha
n the oenmtry who can excel her is
oratorical ability. She is not oal
baste In her use of language, bet ho
diction Is perfect, her delivery superb
he possesses a commaAing priesee,
Md has the happy faculty of bleadint
oat enough humor and pathos to noi
nly please but to convince.
Not only Tallhasse but the satin
tate of Florida has been wonderfully
eneitted by her presence.
AN ABLE STAFF OF r ZCUTIVS.
The Tampa Tribune speaks well of
he present executive staff in the to!.
Few States are so well-equipped ai
rlorida In the personnel of its State-
ese officials. When the mew adminis-
ration at Tallahassee weat Into offle
few mmotha ago, Florlds acquired by
eight of the sleetion of Its sovereign
ople a staff of executive superoler to
my it iha joyed in recent years. The
ow dmn l Os omp partly of
beold, as already gives subetantal
iassee of its abihty, its truetwwthl-
Ssad It s capacity for the prompt
ad lntellgest discharge of puble a -
Every action of the Governr sine he
ok the oath of ofoe has given assur-
mee to he people that they Nade e ma.h
ke oI electing him totheigbheteoie
Sthe State, Searetary of State H. C.
rawford, Tremurer W. V. Knott,
meptmrUer A. C. Cream Adjetat-
namral foster, Superiateident Hon.-
ay and Comiusera MIte have
sen tried in the Ares a of previous ad-
Pipttrataqas, and, although thM Tri-
Mse has ot always approved their ev.r
y set, have Madred aeounts of their
kwardabip far ahov the average aid
Wy appear to be thereghly i Iher.
may with Goveromr Oaihrt an4 die.
saed to give hm eary statease ia
sIr power In earrygwe dot the poles
this a 'dlndl al Thedr Ian gape.
mee n thedisEals d e So a ad
sir eloes famIlety with the *date
guabme servatad Sma pesple arM they
their e emi e ldime mve gesw
ip-as et wMh" dies mo h to
arengthea m u m td dleMsoSm
efmaises of mW fellal Attoray.
omtal Stases -e fs does of hs
Wh Wae. Bo t aI m eo *N a
rager to St gfveealm t Mnd
S&always bes is abodbat see
iMse Iad th s1e 4mepetslt a ev-.
y eapasityin wsMi e he hesal pla
e Tribune bellav that he wil ma
best Atte ne-0ese k la h It Ma.
The euatek te a IIM messmefal
AmistratMe m a em that wl aeMile
dteathetme-of P .1 a Ivery
de I 0In Ivery r0IW MiMi.
the to se haveiasm
s e hlvee be a a f p atgo.-
aelss. TueSa smmLa
cmst fre a aeesear pablelae t
my tried uas irs mm sNmid a
ak, aimmM st aMa Mr tMte
UYAL UM- IN
; A GRKAT SAT LUIL6LATUn.
The Submatslea MU As b Mechaseed I
t TheS onate ae aa r eet
Yesterday was a memorable day in
e Tallahassee, the Capital City, iOdee
one of the moat memSMorabe in the hi
tory of the state, for the two great
eetead for of pro ton a
ant -proi oen re arrayed in foenal
power agal t each other In the two
hoase of th islaturo.
The ena te we literally tfted from
its feet at the morning session by Hen.
Don G. Mcmallen, who moved that the
Srulke be s apended and the Subalelon
bi be tak up for pa ge. A halt
doe men were the fet at e
in oppol but the motion prevailed
by a voteof 3s to 1a sucient naum.
ber for the suneasion.
Senator Beard was the most active an
ot- b' *t-helab t_ -P"
of the t
oammmd. He bad able asmlmtat
s the peme of Senater m .ckma.
Bet these were moe bill as to moun-
tai is o emparime with the staid, eloo
tad lanviedble oratory that fol-
feor Ite eMage.
Sator Bsom-e, of Quinsy, that
aoMld war hbrm of many ard
fougt o al battles n beal f of
o al d b is e of the
meat active a tts members of
ithe wr ho o fhis doig ims
fMl th atnt Of his eaomti
-to, mai amlia@le apdspa is favor
oft t MIL An iSer mt*a, of
Passe who is a man of a- attain-
mets oad of rra arster,
preated a et r fr ito
nt thM full tilt of aram eamse wheo
Sleastor Mmel M a ad a eatam,.
m f sam and i-
dom agast thoppoties. The Sema-
tor waa sufferat g der a great be
movement, the dat of is mother,
bte& bb.. tois people for the time
mesp r isea esrw, or rather added
tohe Mimeotyc aad of thi
pheafarinjs Irira u s A grat
TheMpiaby vateof 24 to 7,
AtM 0i tSm afterena TeWpermeas
*m*- whet th=
"a--tied to ar OagatM sut
ftedies the ha o hinB eminls
ads" Imw^d- a sm
^**r *dMl 1 s O fW B o---m
She wet into the M
e-iersetwe aa aft
sadismee ws Imasm
6.. en, a t s "
ovidenady a laiue uedO
beo, and when ahe
ILot three of the
Mr. Arthmr D. 8 t I ,
vilel spoke in bemhamf de IpHl
laterests ofhiaetty ,
large petei that W
the Ibmies"bUm bilL
mr. Brooka Lawre m, Io M
was the last -e for e
bUI and be stated that.
showed that hbou mies
always o by a
rmingalo, and Use ep
be amlde wat rn M
bag mase ian b el
wwd va-e 5et i
ame is lawdtoMobeigt
smW --Umem eI BWMas"
eaerye inlati of Ito asaaa
I'How itaesmen dm w S K
man eesed h od
do Ite- be m"-8
aolewr ies I
W*asatem to -M**
Sot as. Wa a
we "am stes N. t
tA mid Of M
Ad es m lamps
Ptht t h ow
bfmlaa M^^ ^^^^Rfi
m^-ay^ Of --Sm -A.ki^-----
** b'8W toS Bw ******
k^wl*S m ah*--
S"Dr, MilUes' Anti-Pain
b htad all the time, and
,sot. thik of taking a
without them, no mat-
blhow short a distance I am
0* II have a sister that has
terrible headaches for years,
I coaxed her to try them
they helped her so much,
now keeps them by her all
time. From my own exper-
Wuce I cannot praise them
MRS. LOU M. CHURCHILL.,
S High st., Penacook, N. H.
S .Many persons have headache
Sfter any little excitement or ex-
.ertic., o. They cannot attend
udmrch, lectures, entertainments,
or ride on trains without suffer-
I Those who suffer in this
w y should try Dr. Miles' Anti-
Pamn Pills. They give almost
i instant relief without leaving
& any disagreeable after-effects, as
they do not derange the stomach
or bowels; just a pleasurable
sense of relief follows their use.
Get a package from your drug-
gist. Take it according to direc-
tions, and if it does not benefit
b he will return your money.
a ITRAMIS OCUeNCc DsSCIUSKD.
A Schhaer rns With Nwe 0ne O
PmsaMeola, Fla., April 15.-News
reasbad her. tomiht that the schooner
James C. Clifford, which was found in
toglf of Maxie., bha been set on
rA e sad bored by persons unknown.
The hoess halls from Mobile Ala.
a da.mt s remanme.
ano a mes a C. lifford
m igwte Clifford was
s itf malss ofW tie port with
MA aa spinning menrily along
Oder a blaaag tropical san with no
SI et w d- to prevent her from
t lk a -ruism Wndln-
o In .imsc heboamer Alrom sighted
weedba e had fobe gotten to
What bsmos of tse
s a mytery. The Ssberame
aet a bito at o the Clfford
Sleft ar.. t into P enaco la
Ib* s ,fra a of fod and then sailed
hr. Iatd of a Iawe vessel the
Amem- food a liar of fire, the
SJamS C Clifford bf burned to the
w. a os~.e wbien ry reached her
d&. Who or what started this are,
who visited the vessel In the fishermen's
1 -RI are question which have not
branawrod aad the fisbermen aro
" me that ao lhbt wa left by them on
e Clifford which might have caused
x., de b
if you are contemplating any kind of building.
- the very best service in all lines of building.
-w~m v ~woo A. 9
* ':: TA 3AlWU
apt Laistm. hr
3WSW dfte e&"o
go wui ey be.an a aw 5!0;fe
A CORCI- I bf ON OF A PURFUCT ROOF IS ONE
COVERED WITH OUR -
1-2 IN. THaCK AT SUTT. MANPACTURED 5TWLY TO GOAOU IS W. LONG
Our Cypress Tanks
Bear tofe stare for
R-cellooce in Material and Workmanship.
Tnesa are m&e Is am &lN as deecrb*d is our atmisgue
Md. s=Wd irect omem .
OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Furnishing Lumber in all Grades at Low
YOU INQUIRIES ARE SOUCITED.
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,
SSee My Line of
I Watchs Before
IT is not'
watch is the
t made in
The HOWARDI the reasoned
combination of the finest material
and workmanship ever put into an
Evmy HOWARD b adjusted is
it we,, and price-ticketed at the
factory-$35 00 to $150.o. The
price b ser cut.
We are distributors for this di-
Howard, Elgin, Walt-
ham, Hampdem, Illi-
nois and other cheap-
er grades in stock at
all times. Every
Watch. Fully Guarn-
teed. Drop in and
see. :: : :" "
I Always Take
Pleasure in Show-
P. T. NICHOLSON,
v. The .
OBO. W. CaILD.
A Car Load of Wagons Assorted Sizes.
Single Wagons-both thimble skien and steel
axle with tires 1 ,3, 1 4 and 2 inches wide.
Buggies from Kentucky and others that are
Terms: To catch the Reliable trade,
see our line.
TULLY V YAEOER CO.
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.
'PHONE US YOUR ORDERS.
Fine Leather Seat
Lining Room Cl
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings. Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.
R. G. PERRELL,
(Sassser to A. T. ReS=)
AIl Kinds of Fresh Meats
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give mre order.
RIai up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my StalL
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surroundd by the best Hunting and FIshing
PrtAN Wu DjVWL M athewi
is" Oa 0 0 0 0 0 0
PRANK W DUVAL, Manager
I PERCELL & C I
SEND FOR FREE BOOKS
FLORIDA ORANGES-Books of special interest to
FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES-Booklot on "Soil, Varie-
ties, Cultivation and Fertiliaation."
FLORIDA VEGETABLES-A complete manual of Flori-
IRISH POTATOES-Leaflet on "Soil, Seed. Planting.
Cultivating, Fertilizilng, Diggning and Shipping."
FIELD CROPS-Special Booklet will beo issued this sum-
mer. Send in addresses of all interested so we can
mail them a copy as soon as it comes from the printer.
WILSON & TOOER FERTILIZER
We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
C. A. ISCuHOMAKEtr Prepr.
-- NLAI THI LEON HOTEL. -
LIVEKRY, FEED and SALE.
SAF TKAMS rOL LAoDS TO DRIVI.
Experienced and Reliable Drivers for all Teams.
H-mUinr T-m* Spelsky.
.w 4 a
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee and Tea.
C arl.',rt'sm J. K N '. (',f'o., ( ,',i,.,.< M ari-,i', j
:off,1 ii-,, "l')ea, W htt." I'. i' Tca,. Il 1 "
arid T -tile)dy' ''.. : T.
Our Electric Mill gfrilfs your (off,,- to ord .r.
Randolph & Fenn.
Miss Anna Hell McCrorey,of EIlaville,
Ga., who has bi,-rn visiting Mr. and
Mr,. C. M. Stran,. relatives, for the
4st two week, It l for her home on
Tallahassee is now enjoying a a14ll of' Several of Jackw,nville's most prom-
eMasl weather. ins-nt citizens ~ are io in tallahassee,
My line of Rugs and Matt ing at cost am',ng them bemw Judg Jo, i. L. DJog-
-tf J. E T .KiH. K.tt. 1'. .ell (l asidy. Joeph N Strip
liny, George T. (hrntie and Julius
Mr. Julian flirsihberg of Jackson org K e n Julu
V, lle, is in the city this week on buni- Among the' p!.amart al,litionn to
Mrs. Fred Ro
Musical Festival in Jucksonville this 'reary, of ;Gaim.cviile, who hav. joined
"' k. Ihle Senator for the rest of t.e tlegisla-
John M. Park, of St. P'eteriburg, it, ti,. seas* i.
Stressed in coLnity division, ih in the* My lhne of Rugs and Mattingmat cost.
S Hon. Jchn M (aCldwell, editor of he Rev. J. J T'hommon, local agent of
Jasper news, is registered at the Illx the Anti Saloon Leaigue, preached an
bars hotel. able sermon at Trinity Chrcli Sunday
6 or 6 does ,i;" will cure any re irnoimnng, on the abr'Irbillic ,iuestima of
*f Chills and Fvi r l'rPic- 2 -. 13i 'State Prohibition
MiWM Margaret Yancey, of Albany. T',. new coittLage on North (C.lhounr
Ga.. is the charming guesL of Miss Lu- street, built iy Mr. Hayw.rd T'. Ran-
S illk Saxon dolph, now of Jacksoriavil', w; s bought
KL W. Monroe, a prominent business a few days ago by Mr. Hutl.udge Alford
man of Tampa, has business in Talla- of 'Tallahtiase.
bseem this week. lion. Peter 0. Knight returned to
Major t. Clair Abrams was in tho th ( Capital (City Wednesday, this tinLie
city this week on buMiners before the accompanimied by Mr,,. Krnuht aid hiA
Supreme Court. little ron, Peter 0., Jr. They ure loci-
Misa Mary G. Cherry, of Senca, S
C., isa guest of Mrs (;iblt-n at the
E. Vanderpool, a large fish dealer (of
Jacksonville, as in the city on Liusimenss
before the legislature.
Mr. Cliff Foy, President of The Ils-
Vma State Bank, of Havana, lIa was
a visitor here this week.
tLd ait the l,eoii llotel.
Captain W. E. Bell, of Trenton, a
aron, ment business man enagtedl in
arg' schemes for the advancement ot
his section of the State, is in Tullrhas-
see, a guest of the Leon
Wanted Position. An experienced
lady stenographer. Address W. A.,
carue The True Democrat. 7-4t
P. om rternd W. uey, Mr. Huffdin, of Thomaaville, Ga., is
P. Coinportervd G. W. Iusseytw(. ag ain elngaged a clerk at the Leon
of Apalachicola's piolts, were registered hotel. Mr. liuffkin is very popular in
at the Bloxham Wednesday. a'rllahassee and his fliendsi are glad to
I carry a full stock of Silverware and have him among them.
Cut-. lass suitable for weddlinigpresents Mr. A. Wahnish left Tallahassee
P. 1. Nict.olion, the Jeweler. 9 Monday to look after the interests of
Mr. B. 0. lBowden, editor of the Dade the li on County Tobacco Growe.rs'
City Btar, was among the prominent Association. It is hoped that he will
vitllors to Tallahassee Thursday. return with good news
Rev. Fred Pasco, one of the best "The Brigade" will hold their meet-
known of the Ilorida Methodist preach. ing in the Methodist Church Friday af-
e, is In the city for a lew days. ternoon, April 30th, at 4 o'clock. The
Hon. E E. West, one of Jackson- la dy Manager, Mrs. H. J. Reaved, will
ll'.s foremost lunIer .and naval atur.e ie glad to have each member present
lrechants, is visiting Tallahassee. The iArgest line of Straw Hlats in
Mr. James A. all, Cashier of th e thecity are now offered to the public
C-mtal City Bank, has been conlinted Mby Chite nden & Cu. 9
Ista home by illness for a few days. *Miss Sallie all Sweet, who hs been
S rne ain r f d in the offtt'e of Colonel I. W Williams
Mr. C. B. Fountain, father of Mr. for the past several niarith, a steno-
IV. Fountain is very ill at the home gripher, ha' resigned her i.mLion anl
the latter, No. M West Tennessee left for her home o Sunday morning
Mrs. J. J. logan. of Jacksonville. Miss Hlowery. daughter of Judge
been spending the lat week with Howery, of Washington, D. C., and
brother, Mr. Wm. Papy. of Tall Miss Mary [)avidson. of Quincy, reach-
**- ed the city Weddeaday afternoon and
C John F. Johnston, editor of are the guests of Mrs. James E.
SCity Democrat, arnd ex-mem- lroome for a few days.
e thle legislature, is a visitor to H r r .
Messrs. A. G. Wilson and C. L. Wil-
S T h e e. cn ,1do son. successful attorneys living in Bar-
T. Nihoeon the Jeweler, can do tow and G W.Tillman, E. C. Stewart
yar watch work In a workmanlike and J K. Wiggins, also of Barlow. are
M ve h im a trial. i here in the ilntereet of certain legisla-
MI&. ~o. DeCottes and Mrs. Edw. tive measures now pending.
IkiM, of Jacksonville, are guests of r. J. Light, of Galveston, Tx
WMrs Fired T. Myers, on South 1 daughter of Justice C. H. Parkhill, who
street. has been here on a visit oft several
i- Mary Horne, of Chipley, came weeks to her family, returned home a
er to attend the music convention, few days ago, accompanied by her
Ssto the delight of her many old younger sister, Barbtru.
i4 n Tallahassee. Wanted Position. An experienced
Mr. Comed Murphree, wife and chil- lady clera desires a change. Address
4n. of VaMosta, Ga., were guests X Y, care The True Democrat. 7 4L
S A owek 1 Dr. A. A. Murphr, of Mesrs. C. itB. Rogers, John E. Hlart
late College. ridge, Jerly V. Smilh and Robert
hiss IlHabeth May*, of M Ucello, Gamble were among the prominent
Ot Csgresman Dannitte H. eitilteas of Jacksonville seen on the
is the ueet of her uncle, Judge streets of Tsllahassee Tuesday.
W Chas. Prkhill. Memorial Day will be observed April
r. m Myers, who ha been on a 26. in Tallahaee, with the usual al.
Sto. hto parents, Mr. and Mrs. red prit ceremonies It is a day dear
Em Li e, retrn atutday afternoon our ple. The exercises will be-
r b0n at ve o'elockk at the city et,.tr.
TMr me find almost anything to be Mr. Prk Trammell. the orator of the
i& jewelry at Niehlao's, t Jew- day, will be iiI tirteucedl y Mr. John
Jbrnt B. McLin, of Jacksonville, Prominent c ,zens of lakelandl vi,
am of Hen. B. E Mc i, 'lorid itin the t'..pital this we-:; ar,. C.-I
y aC9M & mti r o Agriculture, I, J. M. FEdwards. a leading lawYer ant
*1 ttap t present mauor uof that cii ;LC. N De.en.
e C, B. Paukhilll I again able to ires aei ,.t the Ciititens' Al.ink; a I M.
'|H toe the diatha of his office, hav '" HeMi 11..UiIon. etlitor .,I the N,.w
lli t entirely recovered from his Msd e'i rte -.i t of the Flojidj .t.'.*
.,eN ow i o ler. Press AsM-4-.n.
S a Mnr. W. M. Holloway have Hinan Sht>w.. Manhattan Shirt,. % .
ho el a pleaanit trip to At- & W. Colusrs and Cuffs, the belt ii
Swh t thy attended themat-ing everything tfer.d to the public h)
SUeatheman Educannall Asousia. Chitel:den A Co. 9
, traube, editor of the St.
rimi wa Min the city fir a
*. wek, talk lA Plssi
w members of the Lqragla'
*l h s at
eheeb e taking
^^^^^^an UAWS^ ^^^^_^^k
'** iw yd '
Mr. J. A. Woodard. of Ocklockoner,
was In thv city .sterday with a 1kud
of bacon which he had grown an cured
en has alarm. Wher' could you And a
better county for the growth of all
farm products than gr old Laon ?
We west you mmumeutal work. iron
N***I slid a.r -
Tua CA"TAL lTows Co.0
Mt t Talkaese, Fla.
Th-re is r.o econ,,r.y in a 'heap Shoe,
when ijying get t,.e lbst, they are
riiadby v |H.nan & Son aril Bold tby
(Chittenden & Co. 9
I'. G. R -.^ ll we-nt to (artersvi!! .
a; !:ist w, .ek ar;,' h ir, i ht ;ack J4.-
1) a ;i r',. :ro i n :r td iIn l .ti l
h ." iV, f,,r larc'n,' ;,rdt ,.i'no t, 1. r ri t,
Kg >irg via AtlAria t ) ; *' <1 u '
pa;per.. lie ret'-r:,.' i w il. h ;i -, l.r.r
B F Isler Lrini--< t the. True Demo-
(#rat o Ace a shock
half feet high, wheim w.s planted the
second day of Jan ir', it is also ex-
ceedinikly well fruitel. Thi.4 shows the
productiveness of iLeon county lands.
Mr I|ler is of the opinion that wheat
would grow here and make a profitable
Our first car of marble will arrive in
I a few days. Let ui serve you.
9-tf THE CAPITAL STONE CO.
Don't forget, if you are subject to
headache, nervousness or stomach
trouble, that l)r Armstrong overcomes
all these troubles by the drugless sys-
tem. Also straighthns cross eyes with-
out the knife, lie can be seen at the
Bloxham May 4d, 7ts and 8th. 9
Justice and Mrs. t' Parkhill enter-
tained charmingly Wednesday evening
in honor of their niece, Miss Elizabeth
Mays, daughter of ('ongressman Dan-
nitte H. Maya. of Morticello, Miss How-
ry. of Washingtmon, I). C, and Mims
Mary Davidson, of Quincy, Florida.
The Suits seen on the streets, notice-
able for style, fit and finish, were
ordered through Chittenden & Co., and
made by Ed V. Price of Chicago. 9
The annual addres a commemorative of
the heroic deeds of thee Confederate
soldiers in the civil war will be delivered
next Monday aflrirnoon by lion. Park
hi. Trammell, Atturrfy-(General for the
State of Florida Mr. Trammell's rep
utation for brilliant oratory is such that
there will doubtl,'n if-e a larger attend
dance than usual u,.,rn titli occasion.
Senator James E. ISroome has been
invited by the Lali,4. Memorial Asssci-
ation, of Montic!Il), to deliver the
Memorial Day addlr..-i in that city on
next Monday the ;tri, Se..taor flroom'n
is recognized as ,rine of the most elo-
quent memorial iraLori iin Florida, and
the citizens of Monticelli will he WLil
repaid by his visit arid address.
Tne beautiful line of hand-painted
China carried by 1'. T. Nicholeon, the
Jeweler, is becoming more popular ev-
ery day. Come in, let me show you. 9
Mr. R. A. Smith, of Monticello, an
attache of the House of Representa-
tives, went over to Thomasviille Satur-
day and was quietly married to Miss
Frinces Chambers of that city. The
Voung couple returned immediately to
alluhaMaee, and have taken apartments
at the residence of Dr. It. A. Shine, on
North Calhoun St.
ri or i; dosen "6614" will cure any caie
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 7-13t
Right Rev. Wm. J. Kenney, of the
diocene of St. Augustine, was in Talla
hassee last Sunday night for the pur-
iuee (of holding a confirmation class at
the Catholic church. Bishop Kenney
was as4tisted by Revs. P. J. Bresnahan
and T. J Nolan. Those confirmed
were: (;Ge A. Beard, of Fernandina;
Dr. Hi. J. Bond, and Messrs. N.ajib
NaiAh and Angela GanJolfo, l'allahas.ee.
Mis-es Edith Elliott, Pearl 'Ihoma.4,
Mildrud White, N,>rma Berond and
We' do mnil first class work Let u-
serve :', u.
9-tf TlHE CAPITAL STONE (CO.
Mr. G; II. Averi-t is enga e I thi:.
wek in building road and grading on
the iplantat ion, three miles north o the
ti:y, recently purchased by Mr. Fliesh
man, the millionaire yeast manufacturer
of New York City. The owner will
erect a handsome winter home there
and transform the unsightly o!d planta-
tion int, a place of comfort and beauty.
The True Democrat welcomes all such
e ile. There are thousands of acres
in tini cour.ty which we would like to
see Kivmn the same kind of attention.
If you desire to have your garden
plowed or any kind of hauling done.
addreu or phone 196, J. H. Fountain,
He W. Tennessee 8L 12t
The committee appointed at the late
meeting in Lake City of the Florida
County Superintendents of Public In-
struction for the formulation of bills
bearing upon school legislation, and
their proper presentation to the Leais-
lature now in season, have been hard
at work this weak, meeting in the office
of their chairman, Hon. W. M. Hollo-
wy. The committee iC as follows:
J. L. Kelly. It. Hall. C. C. Gunn, E.
B. EPlIea, County Superintendents of
Public Instruction from Alachua, Dade
and l.eon counties, respectively, tx
Superinten l.*nt Shelton Pnillipe,of Levy
county. aind W. H. Clarkion. Chairman
of the B.iurd of Public Instruction of
Two good salshmen wanted for a linm
of goods that is very pllar and s.I,
well. Good w ages. xperienc notui
needed. Apply tu "W," 2 East G.ine
Mrs A'.-e Shear. represents th,.
Pen,,cola W. '. T. U.. iMrs E. E
Packnam, ,res.dent of the GOalas tniau,
MiN. Stanindley fiom the same' city,
Mrs. I.-aura Mahoner, president of ine
tarraUoie iaon, lmd seedames
Bertha hurnms and Hannah Bradford,
delegate, froin the same organiaalion,
were in thr ny yestvrday awaiting
the Anal issue of the submission
How about that m-nmamt, iro ten-
f *laI" CAHTAL8Tas.Co.
e The Tree Dm.eM l1r ywr p-
A r,;Jendid assortment of Plin and Plancy Packages.
Tallahassee Drug Co.,
V. F. HALKCOM, Proprietor.
BASED ON QUALITY
You will will find prices on Bul-
S gies about as low as it is possible
to get them.
THE MAKING OF A BUGGY
costs about the same for a poor
one as for a good one. Any vsay-
ing below a certain point must
therefore be in the character of
th' materials. That is not asav-
P I ing you care to make, nor should
you when you consider how much
T depends on the staunchness of a
Q JA LI T Y vehicle in emergencies. Our pric-
St es are the lowest consistent with
M IZI;EI,, I, \,Y (' )MPANY.
.0 .. .
w STETSON UNIVERiSITT GLEE CLUBV
S Which Sang Last Night at Governor's Reception
FAVORS PENSIONs FOR aHrIlta5. 90th Annlversary of 04dfellowship.
i On n.-xt Tuemlsday night, April 27tb,
A Florida Woman Wants A Novel the 90'.h Anniversary of the Indepenad
Law Passe4 By 0Or LIislature. ,nt Order of O id Fellows of the worM
will br celebrated by Leon Lodge No. &
Governor Gilchrint has received the 9t their Lodge-room. commeocn f t 8
following letter from a Florida lady, o'clock lion. W H. Malone, o 10
which he is read-ly to pass up to the' Wet, wll deliver the niverary
dre-,. Refreshinnts will be served. ,
Legislature: All members of the Lodgre a re
"Governor (.1,+ri*;: Pleae, your uested to attend. Also all visittod
Honor, while yru s,, akiiig new Jaw, :d Fellow in the city are cordially ti
pleaum mak thiA mn!e, th,,t all wl'te vite
ladies having s. we trrin sive nov l',d r woi
will t at p nwio, so,'hey %%.!! I .h eJ
to ralethem hn'l ; .- *s t-hem *nt Skerits' A Oeasi eets.
make useful mon and w rnon ,bf them. Afttr four years of inactivity tQ0
where they cuuad n.t do it otherrviseF; .rida Shleriff-' Asso-iation was reOT-
ar.d the more they hfve thi. greater the I" ,nixzld here on Monday by the election
pension. Not being able 1i edicare ft*h*e,:lowin officer:
their children and grive th-m the ot .r- iPI. rident, bort A. Jackson, of.
tunities thoy re allly ou hti t *V have H il el-rn u dh county.
girivee many a mother." Vice-President. Perry Ramsey. of
* Alachua county.
M .NO LAT OBS.ANCI Secretar and Treasurer, Dr. Nane ,
PIRORIAL AT0$ YA oI of C ,*umurt county.
-- The Association met for the puro
Sea. Parlr i. Tra-mell Will rellver of recommending to the LerWIahIM
thSe Ontealt Cntlwry. several bill of intreat.
Memorial Day wiU be appropriately
obervea on Monday, the 26th, in the
city cemetery, at 4 p. m., with the fol-
Song-Onward, Christim n Soldivrs.
Song-NEarer. My G(od. ToThee.
Oration --By lion. Park M. Tro nmn.ll,
introduced by Hon. J'ihn W. lienlerson.
Song-Maryland. My Miryhlnd.
Conferriig of Cros.s.
Song -Tenting, on t0e 0:4d C',mp
Song--G-od lie With You.
Was It neorn
lwas ti$ sakie oTHr NerwT
Was Be VTry Guilty T"
"What's the news?" asked Col-el
Claud. L'E ,ale of Captain E. G. Che
ley a few mornings sinee.
"Oh the news! Have'nt learned I
yet, for the Morning News failed to
r. ach me "
"H.meat Captain." said Clade,. a.
little confidentially, "a man f adW.
reputation and standing in the oen-M ,
nity certainly wouldn t be g lty t~'
realino t tat pem sheet."
s. Claud'.., was tie gentlolw
Ia,. rejalv, "r-.thbirt'eca spee me. 1
' .,;r I w. v.n guilty of readit
Lo*t Medal. .
In a hou1-s o,, I r, ut.', just West o01 lt, between Gjvernar'w
lbie cy, a 1-A. I ,', waa' disc.vered ard my rnaidtmee. a ,rnii.a.m
last imt wi i *offt hole et.Urely Kw l nJ if ictuntd t L. W. l
throu h tiit h it %'..t 'hn-g jmi' ab..>1. -r J 4!
the eye Iid. ,,o.n raree n hs pe L w has. g C
.-n ho*e KS kventild am Lewis.a y" -- .'
maker. of featt., Wsohlmngt.. Ihe Wi'l nIot at the E1e
oman of the huwI, the only *e pree. *c- ek Moday aftereem r
Opt. Claimed that she Wa. eat to the post of ateodfin g 1meteril
v8id Md WhoIrdhe o rput ( o the All t oefeinrjtw Ve M
amir4d um and idI t vnd doited to m Iet I _
wa arva bd, how.wvr, and a time k*- IL
eUgatim wil at ewe., bem s.
I A '-
I" WEKLT TBT E DEMOCRAT.
200 CASH PRIZES
,j Ad---, _
W ILL BE GIVEN TO OUR
WE WANT A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
IN YOUR TERRITORY AT ONCE.
ANT AND PROFITABLE WORK FOR WHOLE
OR PART TIME.
THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL AND
MATE BUSINESS OFFER.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS TO ".
. e e
STANDARD FASHION CO.
12-16 VANDAM ST.
Read This For Me
Below You Will Find a Few of My Prices
Best Apple Vinegar, worth 35c per gallon, my price, --. '
Gramaatted Sugar, 17 lbe. for $1, or per Ib ... .. 6-
d Rice, per Ib................................... .. ..
Meat ad d .......................... .. i1<
Oetaofa 811p,So- 8 ba-.......... ........ ...--. 30
KoIe 0il, pegal-..............-- ..--- ....-----------------... c
Wilbum's Stock ?ood, M Ilb ibeket, worth $8.50. My price.. 4 560
Stock Food and Chicken Food, wontthi c package. My price.. -k
Wine of Life, StellU-Vita and Wine of Cardui. ptie St. My price 7k
-- All Patent medicines at reduced price
'YariWide Sheetinf, per yardl...............-------------**----
'Gingham ad Calieo............................-- --......--.... -
fruit oftheLoom Blechian, yard wide................ .. 10
thy Goods, Hats, Shoes, Gents Purnishings
And R Made Clothing, at Hard Time
PimO. lWI and examine my stock and
tpi4mshetore buying. I buy and sell
J. W. FERRELL.
223 ,S=s6 Adams Street '
Store Phone Residence Phone
II ___ e u -ui
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the prfection of complete harmony
The RICHMOND and the CHASE PIANOS
AU of the highVst standard.
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The most perfect little implement~ ever
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in
a few seconds.
Edison's latest inven-
tion. Should be in every lady's hand
beg. ~A"s :
for five years.
W vIa nt'xo urChd6ice
rot I boo of'M I wg L-g~ a ofra.b&
I~0- W&Wafed sbathehWsm.1this mda tiem
mere' b~oW is 0 X.. iU U~n-noth fgagwnreor Il e"we iqse'appm is
mty mnue of thi&W jSpmm&y aM uSW PlWin tdhe e.pro doft MMuad bw.
U bi elf h oIt.m wkhunt on. tcoat addleg
ve Lirr 1~S'Ostf weki~d's bast and Semi
nvs ftued am fDevood Ilmia r, 0uNa bNedSb (now 46 otPa
mes Mar &Hooed bMose5.M f ~~s t 3eftooS4.*IAnn .*
.rar astrwt of mad -A on P
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fas.. Lyo 0 -- afts) Cblorie 1es
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Weadoe PeiR Wed From She Chared the Peope to Taall. r a
of L4s5 I a Lob- ham r t as v mems',abe veke .
tht Tklme.vaIle's The ,"Wonderful Yaw" has come ,Rdi T e T
@f Clawarvesat. and ione, leaving behind her a linger
*a ,roup of Tallaha-e club '"g memory of beauty and sweetness
who have beenreeding this cor. not to be millveffaced The thrill of
her r incom rale music abide*, and the
the Times-Union, aid the psy- echows her flute-like tones still // "l W MAL M Issw s of
They are talking about the tole- mingle indistilnguishably with the trill WI .
bite vIw relative to Miss Clem of the mocking birds singing in every f~e, li Svasah sy .t 1 P r* .
iad they are heartily p trWe' fail to deribe the exist/
ltW views therein expressed. melody of the high notes in Mis Yaw's r. V. IPPAN., savmiamh a Ga.
dhM-nlem is broadening out to voice. The perfection of mechanism. Dea r a --
Ble. Now they are calling at of control, can easily be described in a I cm--e-. m aideo e& aIn t l ed eo .- b
M mu, and elevating of miic, but the voice Itselfitf mt t be Headqarters sad 2 Afne ofe Jaek. *my heeldA I Wilfl Atd *SpImt. A-. Voltgd .b ,an, "di *
h-I is having upon the busi. hard before any idea of its melting, sonville, Vla. Down-town oAee ho. 9 d.h.. Iea 1 k P. P. P. (UL. os -o d mm w), said ih eason .
This danady. Takedown liquid sweetness and flexibility ean be Laura St. g gae _e I av e_ aet_ 1 a No! of
waves as I catch them and gained. We handle ev ery known form of coa- d c *L'a y od ie
liaeto words: _Miss Yaw's audience unfortunately plicated ye trouble by the mot mod- m --. __
f we have not been granted was small Years ago, when a very era science. We straightencr aes eye* P. P P M d wi w -oe --sdo -d and a a ---qdw
a" wid one, "the educated youag rirl, she had sung In Tallahassee without knife. We overcome neirvot- ande -.
is Waking her impress upon the and her voice was remembered as being ness, headache, stomach troubles and Yemo *r.
e tshe world. She is taking ac crude and inartistic, hence the people epilepsy. We practice by the Doug- skhas Loag.
is se ocl science and civics here feared another disappoinu sent. lam Nerologieal system and we get
Ik ad materially in the up- But thoee who attended the concert results. We will be glad and always
R& tiastesm. Monday were delighted beyond words can refer to people in your home town
seenotir a successful business with the marvelous transformation that whom we have cured, after all others
me that much of his mauces had taken place. failed.
to the clear-headedness of his Miss Yaw and party eame over from Dr Armstrong, in person. will be at
Sad to her suggestions for Thomasville in an automobile and spent Tallahassee, oMee BLOXHAM HOTEL, FOR BALE BYI ALL DRUGGISTS.
I a is h business methods; the night at the lIon hotel, returning May 3rd, 1 day only.
was so keenly Intuitive that Tuesday -. .- -- -
e solution of problems ~ecefo Pb s -
s aw thes do i oSPRING TERROfr COUNT. Netck for abilecation. ? ? I
Im He told me confidentially DREPARTMENT or THE INTRIOR.11.
.-wse going to reward her by gl-. Will Convese Wer Or .asay. may ..t..,... .. U.. 0 ., at.,ne i-- ,s. .e
.interest in his business. It 10th. List of Jarers.1.we .^ that d. Ow .E SANDERS FERTILIZER CO.
to say that heb has asnsi.b1e The Spring term of Leon County ostbak ila.U who, on April 1 I=m, MA d
o have a case right here in Talla. court will convene on Monday, the 10th ,a a" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of what a woman con do," said day of May. tw i I 2 w.st. mus i. Tel
"There's Lettie Gamble-ex- The followin jurors have been drawn Irawpre alsm theloa abo. v ei tt O
I I, It Is hard for me to get out of for this term of court: O Cellos Sa e. lg.i la th imt .ci r c t Tat h.- L
t esMrl. tin t h er Yong. Combs. P. M McDaniel. C. H. Brown, "-- IM --S: Favorite Brand Fertilizers *
4 es MnetL. Ywns elow. of .asae nurkea
ar eightyears o Mrs. Yong* Julius Ball, Fabian C. Cols, David G Ja.e k Qr. of Tans' ,,,. r.erst. .
bit a eonSt wh3several men. Chaires, John J Griaeett,. Robt. H Th a J. Gddlee o ti Special Mixtures. i
S-them trained politicians, and, "Mickle George W. Patterson, H. H. al. l. eb gFS ls Pc
dli nlied, quiet methods, she Isler, rank C. Wilkes. Charles W. 6M esi B. DeUI ln
e hil l eerkship. That was Barney, John J. Burns, George G. .. N
which surprised all of the ibbe, Thomas E. Andrews, Lee R. Stia 's Netice. Agricultural Chemicals
isa these days the Tallahassee Smbrok, R. H. AlliMood, Geor* A. Norcato i whom it ma eal M aei
arore widely-famed for G rrell. Daniel J. Ation Jn A." NAn9 1i..s i. .mr.-.
than whereas business frg Jame R. Reeves J. Kellie a. ,aia. .a se..- And allFertilizing Material.
y of- men predicted Robt. W. Levy, William C. Allen, t ers the city of Tll.hns e. -
Y'oge would have to et T. Hartfled Arthur C GrMett. J W. y, A.D. 5at 10 a. J. R. McDANIEL, Broker, Tallahassee, Fla.
A to do the work for her, Cut DuIvalI. Leon Allen, Samuel L Powell, ..... mm t.a. .. l .... "baro Av
-'L She was attentive to her Joseph E. Hamli, Heoary S. Rudd, am. '' '' o m
ad bar work was thoroughly, Go.W. AtkinsJon ,JWeeote Crowder, W, %fatnerm oN thew w a w l s I
and raidly done. In feet, it J. L. Crosby. D. h Meginnis, William A =,A e a. S0 a s a.
S-ibetter done than the ame J. J. meon. r e1Ssot -e sec
ina revionsesso s m thatTt w SSi e worse m.l3. ewawebip a.w-
Sso at ar"e, Is The many friends of Hon. Don MNe. w esm- .
pnsis at this easion,nd Leod. In Tallahasse., will read the fol. otfa I fare of as
eo one-Recording Owing from the Sopchoppy Argue with = et
$"aste." interest: 4 *4,,, 4 -t ,,8gg m i w.ahjs
sa.ier "and thIere Is It might beo of more than passing In,- a. mas e- esm TALA ASSURNIT R STOR .
woia here who has tetrst to the farfiors of Sopchoppy ild 09 se "ad" X wwabiIa.rome I
mea I rtant poasitie Ia sorroundlog communities to viast th*e Isut2 a%O %f .*t a % oefsedesa
die C erkof the Cirt expe* i n our worthy h.a'.'-m ou wo, yJ. THEUS, Propr.
s e l Y e r. It's N O,,D--U-. -- -0--,. ma--or- Dee s i e-Lk, IJE6 m.m a s.- ,- -o.r
w l e maeeurate and uiek I s ays he is budding some okra in l_ an fmi.n Se sgs iide. e al
ahe i thrifty and h to healthy dofennel stocks, and ha a M r D a
B ..a.tfar.beyod ta ,ofb dteos eS thtwel itmbreak fas't o ,a w. m CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
I layslobeIs seee to t p Nuts. can be --
ed* age, whch^ is a made from the bean o the coffee weed. AN ______IN
S And It is generally ,, isat-est satis Is t sausage --
beis even now h plant He aye his t for crop ow e 6o trese th
to on. She owns ofterel m,7 look. :w i 4M.
o iee.h shehas rens oat Mr. Brbank better look sharp or Don 2i'2 =~ =ie .t of he ie a _
-; tals mke quite a emuy a hi O oo ? ny r"Pe po -
of a- @.mo's "* "" 0 rsget that Don's next experdi b Wte. i -"--- --- -- 1' Vl1fb"-n- IW- .. .. fI"
qtto a number of siec. ment be with grafting the lightning i hlbe b of thI Mtsels t city W Toal he -
T ** bu nd moaqulto, that we may be en- mta so e **r i i-bd u I i ed ii V
W411M 0"in T alahasseee or and n en teeeth we of ewfcsf yen OW unde E
om n *The are lawoaen of aled to see mosquito coming. th e ta"offrtyafAve r idents l ein t "
o',f them nAte talented .. ..... .:. .B .,, e.. Pa -.d wl e .
M ",-'J -_. ,ue.e.,,- mel ,, p-,hMia H ._ ,C
,no s Wr an atTea Ca"nap of Manyt WaM E_
.... II_ ,... the state that rka : nt s t es a ir for A --
E a-A nof riht r m hn ldt a er: Prb4aou e. -
Is a fact Sudd*en D tb-1at neperesoan a t se te e duty may
Tom what Is a fact. prfsm wso"Mer vise Q74 -1 ... _t -1 =
of Women's Cltbs Thuerl is a dasesea prevailing In this weve o mew fa r
quite an important meon most dbeceasus deemp. g the s' e m ** I'
--- -ihrt f-aiur., uinl reU mam Other Goods at Rcduccd Prices.
towlkned toadyanwi a eerhaehed"be eepek emtdtyeunder
a~Talbahasee li~senaae h kditpl~u w
week a ibrd. sd eopuike or theuAria., headache, MbAckwace, bmhmNif t b sham ow Minet
j~pM~y. Te t&haghkiukn41W th~emueryusbaskche&ameft
SU ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~afset 2: t 04m1Ph lddrtehisaum las eu '""
~s eygie elefbu fomadrsmomthoehekd.,.md 'Sue m
u~ bs ms.beiisaOWbteWhONth M IiColl y all. 1*6wAm IN, I
end she yesmas ino sa--- he Id-s W "nw 0Sh
dosa. .o k~se ofbWtog eM 'alhd Onaeiwv Aarg -gLr=ftWIH dIGS
She dyb o u psamy lit tmusW& "Werbaii h sh
A- is k" OM W: :
_wa yes kt sa"d u
0" W heing e dou heek thaf t goall I Cuss's INW0 e"banv~amm % : = t. iee We WhOW hWAs h
~ ern-Seammm of I% -. -
A.. ILS.= f ma d~ hI
14-..~.~ PV. kk im-'k& _,s -W.~ 4
. I* .
. .-.. \
up or thr ubs UrN.
* the mmdmdnbmfirtatedal
atsd the Lgatof
lblL Tin Btift318 of the
the far w "."
b d mwe ab be twice
a prited upon thi
fte ge n al t, el ated
meby e *j wd "*pp be" sand in
eher eameby theword "No." It
by-l the Sroty of t Goor, the
Gemmlaslomer of ach county
f t he Attyor
MI balwot pfor i ounty wih
Se heaed pthe Cothe offrkl Wob,
mte ant levs t"Hen t
besere a seoeral election at whic=
ni -tob areIn to samitted-
*Md or reeto trames-
bly the eetary of tatmme to tmhe
mmmeanlainea of each boentr
tmte, ad It be the Idn o
Ceouty CMaed of each
to hae t effect of sub pro-
IUta for ywb ea eaty fa
with the form o prepared.
AeeDar. C lar e .
4(& 8L Pselerabm Idepeadent may@
fdwah rd Ceiadd tly ebeeles
bHe beeof 41=40ed the ehar Wos,
we dne gpelatey.e Dr. Cee-
pbhaee-teedhad n inthetes-
*t P h. -d *sa o. l B
ann*on- & It- B a m-e swtp
we hasmproved dor shersetaer
WsW h~~yastmesed be SL Peters-
Ie Wasal to e to lel
Goemvmer G0Uhrit ha been request-
f. do eoAedlm of the National Coe-
r Castles sad Corretton to
t sevehW delegates to the thirty-
-h of the infer-ene
i fto Jaw14andwlUbe pleaded to ap-
-. m deigate a Flormidoam
r hsg to pay their xpmen
Qac of ihe
1 tf Iehappy bhma to-day is a va t
d of i ft ionmatlon a tothe bmt method
Sf pmemodg health ad hapa and
d* t bive and knowledge of the wordd
Ptdbts of actual d exedence and
m imaehl claim. truthfufly praamted
Sd wih hae abtseW to ra d-wid
oqptbane through the approval of the
AW OlauM ed of the WisdM ; mat e dI s
l ln o mbut of the mey wh o have
| aem W fa WAty .1dsuof g aad obtaim-
b the best the ww aeds..
e of the prudes ef that else., of
Wb eeapnf part., an mhidal
In dmo Wrr kqal Fi**
h, *, e- he- *-
r n ~_l bduCI v w b d u r a
-~A-mi -a a od
the bleemd mi -
ofrLwgum ma"D~tor. Indamn t
d~itfolkto mme.Smd twWot
am& J. cHZm a& 0.,co..i.
by .&lDraisto. 75s. 1LAv& 144L
What Dew! AN!. WO3ev. mPlrintr".
$week at t
a. mop n., ff J
K do 'lsek a. m. mmd Wed.moved wMa.
no a. etefet' .aseia..a
swqKik d. Thethe tv Shalst. hndwSasd ONme.-O
Cathls b-3. Ftbes Thismsadma
srte. heSnay ahe el lm old ndowersu.
Nodos of iquidown.sa
=81the sweek at Mas a. tL
dIaPwitim of dI'l lamawA
AU AIWtMw. aad the Wv r of thefs theld
hea he sawead old is tthe eft sthi. lqis.
dietms athe *Ikkdom u( iroomte T. eAtPr.D
= ai twasomelf ya ft nqied by seetma 1
at tbit elised owlts a thetl M "Wte ontolaumb.
bell and dw B.ka e. od h
laft aun mr
ICIM M&M TRAT I WILL
b.Ia. ew--at1646 dat Thiheba Nomthe
Too" ator Asbet Mmdwhb Jwsae
While h e e atf wAM
I~m~~Ibsinbedwa applismatesat th
Lim ~ ntpsh.temwt
Mwhe sllsW IN, aeNu ofTet-books tohe used
#A o bbw ofhe Jumsexemmiastla. IMI:
OIfl=Mosol'sWa~d Laommm (1k). Mar.
hy &ai. KhtseA Arm.($D). GMan & CD..
Dash Cammme. AtmfLea
~L w P.anmetta(400.)
AImofissm mml Fbotbsnk'm H. &
~~Lh~W Advameed (11.26).
a Daseta of (goi.). The
%04 -- -a ONCivil Gevqvoset
A~g~Mlh~Z ighSehes $M). LAnmak
Tam bomh=& b:"= rt h5 m brah
mhe tobahwhmNom my out.
Om. P. RAnIV, W. J. OTM.
RANIY & OVEN.
ATTOINI3Y AT LAW.
TAJ APWw *- FLORIDA.
C. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
omcsat IN .POMU
A OTNP APP E 1 UIWNO
NUT TO MU ARY. : :
Home Phone 2. Ole Phone .
JOHN L. NILEYT.
ALmIMWT &UAM 0OMuNmmm AT LAW.
7. sa3 ;Vi snom In eM
S CENTS PER LINE
Ea w 6l I MWm & WnW. n
FORSALUI Set of New Cone Pul-
lys. A bartain at this eo1.
88 Us IFor a11 kinds of printing.
Farmsh your statloery mtly printed
- hebp, or cheaper th you can buy
blank paper from retalw Every
farmer hold have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.
FoR WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. 'Butt,
Phone No. 217. 29
TaurAss Noncw, printed on cloth
on abort notices at r-sable price at
this oie, sand it might bewell to run
abort Trespass Notioee in your home
DR. J. H. BTrrr, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. 29
WANTBD I-A position by a oung
man. Competent ofSee elerk. Has h
own typewriter. Address "A," care of
True Deoemrat. 60-tf
FoI SALa.- Three chair barber shop
with baths. Finet equipment and beat
location in lively South Georgia town of
8,000 inhabitants. Cash or terms if de-
sired. This is a golden opportunity.
Address Box 6, Fitaeald. Ga. 8-4t
DM not rcve a Gold
MWd4 bat we sot *
AM hid. of
139 S. Calhoun Street,
104 I OC BUILDING.
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and espedal cre
taken to please my pat-
I have opened a new shop
on East Jefferson St., oppo-
site fish market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of
Thi Work. P mhMai and
I guarantee aatisfictmn,
having given satisfaction al-
ready in many of the best
houses in Tallahassee.
t H. IL SAULS.
829 E. Jefferson St.
Fih parU opw p and Ock-
loeka rivers. Luauaeey,
omfortable afe. Expease ion de.
able. Fish kitinm Now. Address J.W.
Wood, captain and experience uidet
Soopoppy, Fla. -tf
Neeks to hDeers sad CredieN
ALL PKrJON8, WHTB uniftsvU
dad or distrieft he rhe 9l mq or
m to th og-,u n e t "
this notien wI| heo pled baed thletirM .
0. W. ROD W.md,11 Ph..
Administratomr tf W EM. I.
April? 190, T4
I assure you It will pay y well r a lttl eo ate we
promise you thbissa a that hae ever beme re ?
see. A vi it t y b nt will ftdly eui yee of 1
facts. Known as fam to mt ef yet I a uaree to sere
toer now and In the future. thm a eer bmetW wth GeO 0
Shoes, Hats, L.edie' mad Gests' o erwa d fi
citation for all my friodam to Vnadt e at the New t.s
A. SL oGSBG, Tius Ha.
1nmw s( Opuk bim mt.
Doughnauts, GoM Rod,
Fluffy kumatM, c.
T. B. BYRD& CO.
sa.s.es mod Nem.e
Notice is hereby iven that ala months
after the date hereof I will present to
d y, Ba eeassuts as exeenter o the
ls twlamd testament of 3dwad H.
Mye, deemed, late of naid ewaty,
sad apply fr a as! diseharge ftem
auMCK T. MWyn, Exentr,.
Jam. 1. U. 4.1.m7me
J. V. QilEy & SON.
MrA H PopS.
Oat ef twa 9M daresO
Day er NIOht.
Offi 7MMisea h.*a saS.
0*l IAOeMOI U11Aiuimhu ad
Is th Oty
bubdh m M2aft"IhU
SF THEY DO, they shoui.
be repaired at one. R
does'nt matter whether it is
a small leak or whether
whole joint is looe, the mre
sult will be the same. Im-
perfect Plumbing ia the
cauM of a great deal ofulek.
nees, and too great presn.
tion cannot be taken to hav
the water or gas pipes in
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 and reasonable.
Quarter of a bltoeek, ade e
schooL Apply Mrs. A.LQ e
Park Avenue, eity.
Holuc Again WYUh my F Ien
Albuba Uf ('A. d ea Wa, whbis
Woo 252 Softh So=e StrL
THE LESTER HOUSE.
Excellent Fare $1 Per Day. ,
Scw Rat* I W we tr M*. tcbI m eI ClfI.ra
L? 6. i*
Get Tour Tams from tk R
244 South Bronough Street: Secoed Block West d
Good Saddle Horea, New Busim. and Good Double "ad
inale Driver Call and ee them. Phonel I.
A L TULLYT, Praptw.
,/ Tala~auu, Hurla.
bvwmak a awbg
in we am m on% Nm
Swe e sfe we s,
! M. Leak?
'". ., '-' Jr -< "*
MLfelt- JF --T
, .< I.' .
133 W3UKLT fEtiD I~VOIDif.
^ MLTW A. UNITU. shlshwv.
jreusmuaso svyav rmWAT MORNING.
Wltten especially for the State Press
Mtion of the St Augustine Record ly
ias Jefferson Bell, of Tallahasaee:
The beginning of the twentieth e'n-
wa hersalded by many prophe,;y-
probklems that termed The New
4W1MUl.0 It was a though the whole,
wol had suddenly awakened and found
s sw p~eiesof woman; she wasgrave
e du tWsetd and discussed and all mmn-
rf bIlliant things were expected of
t was not, however, with the hbegin-
Oug of the century that woman began
to make her influence felt iM the world.
"Tbhere's always a woman in it" is a
lma old as the El Jn Tree
We speak of the new woman and of
wm'ana widened sphere as though they
MW tbng, but ever since that
Mte tmalsetion in apples in the Garden
of 3d in the beginning of things, wo
Ar hasshared man's activity and re
sposilbilitj in the affairs of the world
Ageo and ag 1ago women sat in high
pA-l and Mel the reins of government
-ow the agee their fme shine un-
dtaud, the Queen of Sheba, in her
H splendor; Cleopatru, In her
S-llfleent Ieauty and royal disregard
Seiavntloat alty, holding In her thrall
*wof the wMld's masters; Elisabeth
hfiI-amd, whoe master mind and
iI of the f ht made her reign one
d spleald atUanment; Victoria, of our
age, re owoad among the rulersof
yi o ino walk of life that woman
M it invaded and left her impress
UH-. vOes on bloody battlefields the
Shave glvtn evidence of wo-
PM I powa n 'he arts of war a
Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers,
Refrigrators, Hammocks, Scree Doors and
Windows, Perfection Bloa-Flame Of Stoves,
Hoes, Rakes, and Garde Tools.
McCoradck Binders, Mowers and Hay Rakes.
See the new American Poultry Fence. The newest thing in Fencing.
Community Poultry Netting, good enough for a yard Fence.
YAEGER & BETHEL HARDWARE Co.
The Most Complete Hardware Store in Middle Florida.
as I U- the artM o peace
age sM In the present has wo-
s a elmsi so deliberately turned
op. M the old moorings and set
aI gllsMtJy upon the world's tur-
backward over the world
fa at that wom 'a names
is I olated nataeMs to mark
*atas l gives evidence of
tailoN to ecomplish lasting
M ~t of bUN beaten p&t, of
M u4 imoerhood. Women In the
weMnd lm Ia public life, so fr,.
I ao soe We have bee&
bh to oe tt home was the
LhPfor woaa; that to wed
St p wa the p for
spa the .fe.
< wto gwmamns o
Bf1e1b ld* m emi tea
l a, pwe r umAw -1 aie.
u ed o was referred
lisa Imed.It osly aeffed t
dlB= 01 Me
betwomn ar thei r *wN
e worMld and. auU
ad ftarws to meaothers
-tpaUes of womanMt m this
m Acethe bs innig o( a
i wasan. Th single atcte
a tM rather it Is alir-
a i. nllpated ftroa.i o-
d respAmbilties that
Oftf wratsm have *.a
for all other
OI emael pted
O m rw ow vestonal-
1w m i u q er maa's
o iiai of wd iB
Sway for i woman f the
shMtld lead to greater
Iaii4 will take advantage of
r tiesl or not is an unsolved
OMsIb has always baen a
inMn mwomaa! She who may
W slt self set her own price,
as amlnt ehooese but pay
Jim *M*d Paradise!
te maouMht her pricele s
Itsl bread anrd splled the
with due respective thrift,
brute a men-and men di-
It rglsot'lterature, sieneo and
it' the business life of the
w isa taking epr place and ls
SNcredit. Another genera-
6 tavuonmmmit and mn-
Sth trammeling traditions
h a bould aSeomplsh
for the tenderfr.
t wthe te r Orewards
l oef hbeb idIsa ques.
WWsn 's heart m st answer.
Pew Milkman Again.
was boiling over witt
1osa to my may milk doM't
he i ppS&d "Why. lady.
$Ah I a pikturel"
l Iped the ken bhoa-
WletoN no1r."- Excaage.
Bi0e--w o Dry
A GAME OF CHECKERS.
The Move One Player Made and Hie
"It's your more," l, shennillpd
IIe smiled acrk nt he'r, hi ihand l ov-
oringal Slve the cei,-'kerlhourd
"Iteally?" he asked, looking at her
li a witty sort or way
"iuh-huh," she softly answered.
"Really?" be asked again.
"Iluh-huh," she breathed and de-
murely dropped her eyes.
Hie success began Io intoxicante him.
and be felt that never before haind be
been i suchb strong form, never had
his wit been so keen or his manner;
so engaging. HIs spirit soared, aul,
he looked upo blis opponent with a
"Tbere' be aid,. making blhs move
"Therer? ase asked. giving his ejaceu
lotion the appearance of havIng beu
eceivedI la subtle humor. "There?"
"Th'aer' be repeated.
They made eyes at each other, and l
she umoedl one of ber men lie brink-
Im moved oue of his.
Ne% so." she faintlyI
*"fW I .10 0.... -
Ton ull I l take Me.
"I most what?" be erried, makles a;
"Take niw!" she wbispered.
he amodded her bead without looking
p,. alil the next uouIeut be had takLet
her and two hearts bit as oue.
"And will you always think of me?"
she asked as be was kidding her Igoo
oby after he bad uieaured her luager
for the ring.
"How could I help Itr' be aiked..
"Always?" shbe inslated.
"Always!" he related.
"WIll you think of me as you go
bone tonlihlt 7"
"'very step of tbe way."
They Mmrted at last.
"lie loves moer shae whIslowred to
herself. "hb, he loves mtw! I knew It
from the first. Maylme this won't make
some of them Jealous! And I'm the
first girl he ever loved, and t's to Ile
a diatsem d laid! Oh, ch!"
And as he walked homuse he tarnmed ai
suddenly and addressed the night:
"Wheo she legan that fuiniy bustl-
nes about taking her I ought to have
eat light and kept my fool mouth abut;
that's what I ought to have dooe!"-
Kasllas City lndeiedle't.
The Watehful Rangers and the Way
They Fight the Flames.
la aliout aly of tfi' western uaiun
talus the traveler msee the fire warn.
I g of the forest servkie. and be is
i tely to meet souse of the raanera
You will ad Ibem a crossing the high
SBlerra In California. In the Crasy
mountains of Montana. amosng the
Olympcls Is Washington or following
the otd Aptee tralts aloas the moss
h Artseoa. Wherever he Is th rear
beepsa keen ookout for the soee of
frlG Sass. a4d t the o ear wesomr
atmesphe 9 emes a little smok. eselm
fsa 1e detect1d frem asWe. As ea fst
he dilsemmer I them w WMbb asI
a d s e .._ ,,a* a g'. I
horse nnd rider een MnyN ma1ll flj& bi6 To0 Flsh? 66 UT9e
ce"o 'l, ce (" Ed i H
t.re to-spvel I,y I1l. w.it.ifli.eo., futi if 0so,.10 willU bN ,-Of O# t sI 1 the
there are others whihb take many men celebrate Weddnn'i" -rwaPe" ril *itt-.
innuy hours to mi9mlue. A fire In a ficiul minno.s, %hach the tdit6t of this
chaparral so thick that a man can paper uses for watching trout and other \ M 2iF---
harlly force his way through it and game fishes.
parcbed by six months of drought They can be used for casting, troll- i
makes hard and trying flghtlng. Then ing, skittering or bobMngannd are the
there are fires In the big timber among most wonderful and sueeefl lureer I
the dead trees of old windfalls am These minnows are made in a variety ert PsNA
ove.!'ead fires that spread faster than of styles, colors and ie laid wirl t f G
a man can ran If unchecked. they makeothe trout bite whenb tofgelse
will Iurn for weeks over thousands or will. W L kP
acres of timber. The editor of this paper wilt take eat improueX
Anil all this destruction may be eaus- pleasure in showlug you a fne assort- enabled l t
ed by a carele.ly left campfire or a meant of the minmows and If t will on the ar
match dropped from horneback. The "droP a Hm" to James HaddnA Son& o he B
h m.n n u.sedtow to tt rr-t on Dowaglac Mich., you will catchone o Of O My
hreui ure to r booklets telling a !I about wern ipnO
Ore purposely, for the year after a tare b7-4t; aae .....
the burned acres yield SOe forage.
llapplly this practice Is dIcontinued.
Sparks from locomotives now set more
fresh within the national forests than
any other cause. Camping partlee are
the next worst offenders. ladias,
stockmen. miners and lumbermen who
travel continually to the forest very
seldom leave rampflrer to spread sad
do damuge. They kuow too weel the
results For a time almost every year
the citizens of Portlsad. Ore.. losealatit
Of some of the great mountains around
the (iIty on account of the smoke from
the burning forests. Their Is little
doubt that since tle white man settled
to the west more timber bha been use-
esstly hIurned thab has been cut and
ased.-Arthur W. I'ag In World's
A Startling Dish.
Over In Chelsem a schoolteacher was
esgnged In her task of teaching a class
of forelin chlldres the Engliash lan-
glinge Hhe was trying to make her
puplsi underlaiind the meaning of the
word fright and asked if any one In
the ctasM could give a sentence coo.
talnilug the word.
Quick and counfdent was the reply of
one little girl; "I have a sentence,
teacher. We had fright eggs for breaks
fast tbis worulng."-Bostoo IterahL
Ilurgla. Trust Manager-You will be
reiulred to tur night Iuto day. to
throw asnide all sentlment. to enter,
the hoie'Sa of the heat fumillie 'rgal- ,
lessn u their fi'lingp. to act the liypuT
crile aml. If umneesary. to go to Jail
Appllicant I'm. You don't want an;
onlliuirv hutrgiar. VWhat you want Is
a newspalM r re|porter.- l.lfe.
eMSwd-eew UaliM C,
For Msa by Hardee-Smith Drug Co.
HINTS B MAY MANTON.
T"1iitnii I' wl haisI l the different c ,
Between firmiios nml onhstlnnary. Toni
my's I'op -Mrely the difference be
tween will power and won't power, my
on -I'hiladlelphlh Iecord
Do you at c, oh of thddo?
The great benmit ia haokh sa
reagth that always is Soyed by
tqugor eaten f d etmeal is
-w at world wwas Sway yew.
f f* moe= and MAama" s um
j u,.. m .. ,.i as 1 asst
ed, neatly ba
Can ship o
A. C. L. P
mid tom of Hay,
I bu-sm of one
, twm thousand
d machir7 baM
Wk ben a kolt
to thega ra d
I. Brb car-
eed. W of
0 per ton on board
er bushel on board
ver three roads:
ral, S. B. A. and
149 X. IleanSL
The.2uOo amph.. of
- 4p 'ir
* I> .
THE WEEKLY TRUNK DEMOCRAT.
Direct To Tampa
Xa Amsw To be The Plan
S The Sabara Amd It Will
S ch For Capital
SPVe.al months since, the True Dem-
mlggested that the Florida West
1t posessed just as many climatic,
and resort advantages as
EaMt Coast, and suggested that a
ralt oU d system was needed to
develop the favored section.
as estion was copied by many
0th state papers and favorably com-
lpretty certain that such a road
be a reality, and that it will aid
Wndsrft.Uy in the development of the
'W-t Coast there can be no doubt.
It is annoemed in railroad circles that
lte leaboard has acquired the Talla.
lumpa and Southeastern, extending
Me herem to Perry, and will continue
r to Tampa, via Oldtown and
kMsvurille. This would add much to
llme of this great system, and doubt-
the offleials have seen it for somb
j-. It is now necessary, to reach
7"bmpa from this section, that we go to
tk City, over a hundred miles out of
The receivers are managing the Sea-
bpard with splendid tect and ability
a d doubtless the road will soon have
weathered all its financial difficulties.
Of this new project, the Tampa
"It Is now reported that the Sea-
beard owns the Tallahassee and South-
*4tern railroad and will extend it to a
6e0sa etion with its line to Tampa.
This is a proposition we had reserved
S er the Tampa Northern, but it doesn't
matter. All roads running between
t Tupa and short connections with
1.K lines penetrating the lower Mis-
les ippi valley are good for us. Still
we admit a sort of sneaking preference
That the T. N. should penetrate first
the rich agricultural district in and
and Gulf Hammock and the fine
t ritory northwest of Brooksville."
TALLARASSEK'S NAT PARTY.
. Will e Celebrated This Tear On May
7th, O Park Aveuse.
At the last meeting of the Tallahas-
see Improvement Association, arrange-
meats wers made for the annual May
Party to be held on the "Green," Park
Avenue, May 7th at four o'clock.
To the accustomed program, embrac-
*. bg the May Queen and her court, will
be added an unusual feature in the way
s>f an old-fashioned tournament, in
aill boys who can secure steeds
th occasion are requested to take
Not a few of our citizens will
Jamember the interest once taken in
this knightly sport, participated in by
mse who now, perhaps, are the grand-
I fathers of the lads who will compete
S er some fair maiden's favor on the
Tha May Party is an institution in
STallahassee almost as old as the city
Itself. For more than seventy years
st. generation after generation of
youths and maidens have done homage
to their Queen of the day, under the
g iam widespreading oak on the historic
SLt all the boys who wish to take
Spairt in the tournament report at once
S Mrs. John S. Winthrop, Mrs. A. L.
Randolph or Mr. R. C. Long. Jr.
A STARTLING STATEMENT
SNw Terft Nedical Autheritles Claim
S yspepsia Cases CMasmptiem.
S JThe post mortem statistics of the big
SNew York hospitals show that some
a se of consumption are due to un-
e" ikad dyspepsia, especially when the
vistim was predisposed to tuberculosis.
p wears out the body and
ash the weakened, irritable stomach
Sunable to digest food, the body dos
set rseaive their required nourishment,
qdatlrlli ensues and the victim be-
s this weak and haggard. As a
l the body becomes a fertile field
m gern.msa of disease to lodge and
"'I ia%, the person who permits
gpspia to progress unhindered is
gCtJe f eestributng toward the devel-
lot of one of the most insidious and
b* diSel me known to mankind.
W is curable if pruoerly
The Harde Smith Drug Co.
Ma rmdy which they positivfly
will ears idigestion or dys-
r they will pay for all the medi-
dw g the tri*l. This reme-
be asr u atly new medical discov-
he b named Kexall D) sww p-
Certainaly no offerr coull be
ti, uad the offer of tne Hlirdee-
DrCagCo. is proof posiive t ut
J Dapc/a Talets ore a dew i-
isp 6d Ifribet remedy. Imasmuch
M eu wb l coa t you nU)inag 1i
*It emewlt you we urge you who
I with i uifestion or dyes
tryti semedy. A tw#-n.y-
g et Relsxl Dyspepsia Tab-
__ib ae sontld
Ow Ow Hank**omnih
Two Smart Styles Your Feet
Would Look Mighty Good In.
We have others to suit your own
Hugs the Heel! A Florsheim low
cut Shoe does not slip up
down and chap the heel.
A Seat at our Bench will con-
vince you of the Style and Fit
of Florsheim Shoes-You have
our word for the wear.
Made O ip dal "Nu Shap*"
lob--dy Lug t e kal amd isp.
uost aMpOW 05
Every Well Dressed
MAN Knows This Style.
130 S. Monroe St.
BIG LAND SALKE Quincy is to have a new fire system. lamesla and State LI IeNews.
._ .....L The Gamewell system of alarm will be April 21 Charlie Woodber and sis-*
Occurred to. Hamiltn Co ty, But STATE NE W S. three aid me a chief and two fire ter. Miss Ella Clyde, children of Mr.
Will Happen Neat In Leo. I me. There will be two horses, a and Mrs. E. H. Woodbery, of Hison,
m e n T h eew llet oh r s e,_a F l a .. s p e n t th e w e e k u s t p a t v i sit i ng
A few weeks since The True Dem- wagon, a thousand feet of hose and snt the week ust. past visiting
crat made mention of the fact that Fernandina shipped 12. .00 feet two chemical engines and other necs- wcom visitors at Do.
Peoria, Ill., gentleman was in Tllals- lumbr in March. scary equipment for fighting re. wood, Mrs. T. P. Strickland's andM.
hassee looking into -th titles of of aI Forty carloads of tomatoes were The .largest knuwn cavern in this Albert McElvey's. The last named be-
large tract of land which he intended shipped from Little River last week. state, and possibly in the south. in in ing their grandfather. They also at-
purchasing in a nearbycounty for col- The bankers of Florida will assemble this county, eight miles west from tended Sunday school last Sunday after-
onization purposes. On Monday the mn annual session at Live O..k today. and during the civil war was uaed as a noon.
deal was closed through Edwin Brob- The Florida Grand Lodre of Odd I hiding place by deserters. One of them Mrs. J. M. Ferrell, ofThomas con-
ston, of Jacksonville, the purchasers Fellows is in session in DeLand this' told our editor that he had penetrated ty, visited her father's family at Dog-
being E. W. Thompson and J. W. Wat- week. it a quarter of a mile. It is strange to wood Fla., on last Friday.
son, who represent a large Peoria syn- .m ... ... inr ...d us that it has never been explored. At Dr. Anders' Ianding, on Lake
dicate. The land consists of 80.000 Congressman Mays has introduceJd a asper News. lamonia. on last Saturday, there oc-
acres and is located in Hamilton and ill providing for a public building in Mrs. Martha Burns, residin veured a ver leasant andenjoyable
Columbia counties. anans. miles from Pensacola is dead Accord- picnic. Dr. Anders and family, and
The land has been purchased for col- The first Irish potatoes shipped by in to rert fro her hi is representatives from the familiesof T.
onization purposes, it being the plan to M. W. Rogers, ofLakeland, brought a't erp os Mro he nm, wwh*i chi P. Strickland. W. T. Bannerman R.
sub-divide it into forty and eighty acre $10 per barrel. ni iCn 7ront of the fireplace i her Coe. from the neighborhood Maxwell's
tracts. The syndicate, which during The farmers around Waldo are mak- room and did not notice that the edge from "over the river," Platt and
the past year, has purchased over 400,- ing big money selling potato slise to of her dross had touched the hMlse. In Craigmiles from Thomasville Ga. and
000 acres in Florida, extending from Northern patrons. a moment she was enveloped in flames Richard VanBrunt and Miss day alk-
Arcadia north, intends spending much Bank clearings in Jacksonville for and being unable to tear the burnin er, from Tallah'assoe, were present. All
money in an effort to induce i mm igra- the month of March were way above garments from her body she scream professed to have enjoyed themselves
ion to Floridd.e Mers. Thompson an any previous record. for assistance. Before the fire could very much.
over desirable trachs r d e on aon Palm Beach County. out of Dade, is e ext inuihed she had been so budly Farmr continue to "ing In" the
adjacent countieswiththe v w ur- likely to be made a reality by the, nd tatrdt resulted. The d- cotton. Hope thy will not "ovrdo
, th e i o un t i es w i thbhe vd a d o f b i Cr t la s tw e c e a se d w ae r oWgh ta r s o f a g e a n til I s ir i t h e t h int t.
chasing. The 80U000-acre tract in H.m. present legislature. d viedby larof age and is the Pnillips' automobile, with a
iltron and Columbia counties was pur- A wireless telephone system, like v b ---blv crowd of gentlemen and ladies froma
chased from R. J and It. F. CamD. that to be erected in Taliahassee, has A Geaeroas Little Act. Ihomavil e, came down to the Basin
-^--^ .been seenired for Miami. 1 last Sunda
MAN FLYING AT LAST. Jesse Willis, an Alabama negro. was thA ctor sends the Times-Union Mrs. Alt-rt McElvey visited the folks
hanged at Orlando Friday for I hmur,- street, Tallahse, near then Capitoln at Dogwood. Fla staying over last
The Aereplse is New a established der of W. H. Hammond, his employer. ExasperAted mane rying to p utitwo un Monday night.
FacL.-Twelve tas InUse.-The Tampa's phosphate shipments for ruly dogs in a wagon and hold afrac- Mr. Price, of Thomasville, passed
Questsa of Perfe ctiag it OItl March showed an increase of 25 per tous horse at the same time. To thi through this region this week slliag
a Short Time Distant. cent over the same month of the pre- man's evident surprise, he hers a pictures. He stayeJ over Monay night
Thirty-three years ago a patent for a ceding year. friendly voice : 'Let me help you with at D g woo.
telephone was granted to a young ro- Thirty-five thousand acres of land your dogs.' and suiting theaction to the Mrs. Martie Dillon, ofAlabam I
or of vocal physiology at the have been purchased near Kissimmee, words, the friendly man picks upon of visiting her sister Mrs. Henry an
or of vocal phyioloy at the Bo on which will be located a colony of the dogs and put him in the wagon. cock
ton University-Alexander Graham union veterans. The now relieved man, turning to prof- Mr. Charlie Woodbery and his sister.
Bell. He has lived, while yet not an Young John Laontisse, who was fer his thanks looks into the eyes of Ms Ela lyde returned o heir
old man, to see his devae in general found dead in his bed in Washington Governor Gilchrist, who had slipped out home near Hlinson, Fl. Wednesday.
use, the indispensable handmaid of busi- Citylast week was broughttoGa nto the street to assist him. Twa Th were accompaed by Ma
new. For ten years Dr. Bell has been ville and buried, instead of Jacksonvle only trifling act, you say, but 'tie such ge rown.
experimenting with the problem of fly as first reported thoughtful little acts that indicate the
in, ad what he has to ay on the pros- The f on f t character which leads all men who know Shirts are now being sold by Chitte-
pects and prest stt of invention to oun s S of the him to admire our Chief Executive." den & Co. front twenty five cents to B
pects anl present state ofinventionto South Bjay h draw bridge at St. Atoun-y thefoarmence fso
that end carries an unusual weight of ss ---$,,0 the garment, case ful of shirts go
authority. tine has given way andwateraviga A new lot of braelets just received at 25 cent. which less than the e
According to Dr. Bell, "all of the ion will be sent rously interfered with by Nicholson, the jeweler. 8 of making them.
impossible has now een a d i arial c
navigtion. Actually the flying ma. The new directory of Palatka will D_-
chine Is here." Tiereremains onlytheshow that that city has over 6,000
question of perfecting It and "then we populatim. about evenly divided be-
must learn hoa to operate it." As a teen white and blacks.
result of the general attack of the: Joe Cameron. a trucker of Sanford,
problem by inventors ia all quarters is said to have realized $3,000 this sema- i F 1 nfrotof
there are now twe lye successful dying son from one acre planted in lettuce A
machines, or more than there were and celery. J. E. Pace, of the sam
types of automobiles ten years ago. city, is reported to have realized 13.-' Building Stone, Monumental Work, Arti*
Which model vil pDrove to embody the (100 from ten acres planted in thee o
principles of air eight in most practi- vegetables. fidcial Stone for Building as well as
cable form nnd best lend itself to per Duval county is to have an election
fectibility remains to be seen. But that May 11 to decide whether the county Coping for Iesidences and
we shall have air carriers in the near shall issue $1i,000000 of bonds for the
future ca alple of a ape-d of sixty miles purpO'se of building good roads. If the C m cr 9
an hour r. r-I thinks is within the issue is approved it will mean that Di- .
bounds ofprobability. val county will do it. share toward Call and aee us for estimated on all the above
-,l ---~ts completing. te road twtween Fernan- and get est of Material a. weI as b.*st prictsa for
Two very lArre congregations tr*ete-1 dina and Jacksonville.
Rev. J. S. rimuns. of DeVuniak Z. P. Freeman, form- r Tix Ases.sor Guod Work.
Springs. Fla., at the Maptist Ci.urchon anj C.i.leclor of th. city of Tampa
last Suday I The rivornw" service wa. s has 0t-n convicted of F mu.
especially interestin. d Brother a .i snenc. .d to fve Office on G. F. & A. R. R., in front of
'nons displayed the tact of his ability uas am imprisonment Btles to his
a speaker and oator. At this service = man was fined $4,044.79, the
Mrs. Humphries, wife of nator Hum- amount which the jury agreest Iron F
phrie, at red the concrgatbon with ek ha" taken from the ity.
laa th int The Florid Medical Assocation Yours for business,
new Baptist Church that is being built elected the following oiers at I ts a
a his hoe boIowa. ad we smeratand smal meeting eld InPesacola: Dr. The Capital Stone Company,
that a iese amount was galsed by him H. L. Palmer, of Tallahassee. president;
for the new building at them servuqe. Dr. C. F. Mergers of Jack soo ,l let
i ntal M.'s Pral ,4 presidestm ad Dr. H.
a"I b anty Cstsa. 1of aresseia, as V eW
For Foot Service,
- ; 1 11111 at I
us T rUE DEMOCRAT. !cred-table renditi-m of the. cji.tieo
T TMJK-~ -I T. "Holy City" Or ThurMiy ,nii,,.
NILTO A. SNITr. PsbU@lr. 1 rthe orstorio tr., m, -rn. ,-r
---- ----as-iste'd by Mrs. F n -. w,, '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING;. of the Misses ('lh,., I -
her husband~ utod l iJIN il "f,, I. r i' a ,
a vi-it of %e%erai d .y- in T."ll4Aht'-.% ,'.
*;JSICAL RDUCATION. by Mr. iley ur-d by .-.,. n.i, i it.
S.Of the Oratorio S ie. ,f Q ,<,>
Is e1 l ellegarded As As Important Mrs. Fones p=esai.c 4 r....,,f sJJ
Factor Is l talra rich and sweet sopran" v, i., #xjli4'# -
factr I Nlatal Tra g ly cultivated and it piiort. conir'.iA.
Those persons who participated ira and she captivated her TaIl'a Baec
the meetings of the Florida State Music eudierce by the delilijtil rer iuu-rnr o
Teachers' Association, held here last a varid ard beautiful r, 'g f. rfi,
week. were very much encouraged over were enthusiatleyicully received r.d ap.
the interest manifested. That the preeiated.s
knowledge and practice of music is The visitors to the muire t',f,<,rili- ,
rapidly coming to be regarded, not'expreasd themsely esoM beini cdiight-
merely as a fancy accomplishment for the wiavh profusion of i 1ut ) city.
the few, but as an important factor in flowers, ard the beauty of the cur
the education and culture of all y(ung rounding country as disclos.
people, is now generally conceded. delightful drive given them on F~i ia)
This fact is being evidenced by the at.. afternoon.
tentlon given to the study of the art in 'f
all the best-equipped colleges and high lewaro of the Fles.
schools of America, and it in the aim of If a man should come tramping int
the association to awaken and promul. ourparlor, beamearinI, the rugs and
tte a more widespread interest in the I pa r e l.i ,t fis n
beautiful art in 'lorida; to encourage carpet. with the mud, tliri.e ,i.d filth
the selection of only those music teach- that had adhered to hit boots an hh
ern who are thoroughly competent to walked in the wet gutters, the r. wou'd
impart not only the mechanical part of be an exceedingly lively protest and a
their profession, but the theoretical
alao, and who are aile to instill into very Lhorough clean*nc ;fver li* t h.o
the child mind some love of the art and been ordered out or kirk.d out A
appreciation of its refining and broaden. report to violent measures to g-t rid 'ia
Influences such an affront anid menace would Loe
The papers read at thn Thursday upheld by the courts and by public
morning Round Table by Mrs. T. M I sentiment.
Shackleford, for Mrs. Ferris, of Tampa, And yet such a nuisance only more
and Miss Martha May (line and Pro. imprudent and danKger us, i iib ,rAte d
fessor Heatwole, both of the Woman' iin every house, with but uit 'l,- trLrt to
College, were enthusiastically received expel him or with indiff, riat lilt, as
by the members, as containing practi- to his presence.
eal and valuable suggestions for the The common housefly iq ;n uinmrti
advancement of the work planned by gated thief and scour drl, a fi;,h tIeir
the association. One detail of thln |11g, disease-carrying rascal, wt.o do('.
work was the estalishment of a corn not stop at defining rug and c.rl.,'td
mittee before whom perwrins teaching and furniture, but who delibtr;aiy airiJ
or desirous of becoming teachers of with intent sets his dirty feet any-
music, may appear for examination, where, even upon the ictuasi yi'u *.at
Of course the taking of this examine And his feet are much rrmore urnc(ien,
tion will be a voluntary act on the part proportionately, than the toots of the
of the teacher, but it is hopcd that in a sewer worker or the gutter rambrler.
few years the sentiment in favor of For example: Dr. HutLhinson, a well
this innovation will be so established known expert, recently reported to the
that a certificate obtained from this New York Merchants' Arsociation that
examining board will be eagerly sought he had made some experiments on this
after as being an unquestioned recomn- point, lie placed gelatin on plAter
mendation of proficiency. The com- where house flee would walk on them,
mittee suggested and subsequently con- and later put them carefully in the
firmed by the president, Dr. A A. culture incubator. In 48 hours every
Murphrne, is composed of the following point upon which a fly had put its foot
members : Mise Martha May Cline, showed a clump of baccilli.
Director of the Department of Music It is in this way that house flies
at the State College for Women; Miss carry disease. They seem to delight
Berths M. Poster, of the Jacksonville in getting their hairy legs sad moist
hebool of Music and Mrs. Ferris, of the fast filled with germs They tbus carry
Tamps Music Club. typhoid. The flies' eggs are hatched
A recommendation will be made to in moist dirt and filth, and though the
Hlon. W. M. Holloway, State Superin. best protection against Aflie is cleanli.
tendent of Public Instruction, to pro- neso and the more nearly perfect it is
vide that the study of the theory and the 1es attraetractive it is to the flies.
bietory of mule, and, to some extent, Serans must, of course, be put up
its practical manipulation, shall be in the summer time to keep the fl'ea
made a requirement of persons taking out of the house, but in addition to this
esaminatfons for positions as teachers every nook and corner that permits the
to the public schools. least accumulation of dust or dirt is to
The oiers elected for the ensuing be watched for in these pieces the flies
year were: president, Dr. Murphreo; are bathed There are organizations
visopresdent, Mrs. J. M. Irwin of St. established to annihilate flies, just aa
Augustine; secretary Min Ida Leib, of there are to annihilate mosquitoes, but
Palstka and treasurer, Mrs Chas. Cay the fly problem is much the more com-
etf Tallaasse. The next meeting of plicated of the two. Cleanliness. as
the association will be held in Jackson- nearly perfect as possible. is the bent
seavlle by request of the Jacksonville protection against them. Newark
Prday Musicalee to the members of Evening News.
which club was delegated the selection -'----. --^ -
sMd arrangement of the program to be later Services at Bethpage Church.
earned out on that occasion. The Easter exercises held at Beth
Ohe of the most delightful features -age church. Grady county. Ga., near
Sthe Round Table was a little inform- tas line, were a decided success. Al-
I he .akleford. rthej o Jumade an though there had been little opportuni-
lhackleord The Judge man in the ty for practice, every number on the
toeent w erogror the man inm the wu effectively carried out
trwet" wh untutored ear still clings hWe church hhd been tastily decorated
to the simple, homely air the thin Saturday afterhpon under the supervis-
with aome tune to it. With delight- ion of Meedames A. (C. Dickey. T. P.
fl humor and pathos the attitude of ;trickland and G. W Trice, with the
the layman was justflnied and even the assistance of a number of the young
love of ..-tsme" was condoned pvple of the community. The follow-
Flamcially, the convention was a [ng program was rendered:
sses, the treasurer's report showing Song-The Lord is Risen Indeed
a baaee after payment of all ex- Prayer-A C. Dickey.
lamea. Nevertheleaa, it was decided song --Joy to the World
tt, lt order to avoid any future em- RecTtation-Yaster Greeting, E A.
rasemnt that might arise from lack Dickey
f fad, eaeeh musical organisation Rectation-What Does Easter Mean
th ihot4t the state, represented in the to You, Guale Strickland.
gmsshtlon, should be asked to have an Reeitation-Butterflies, by six girls.
atertatament at some time before the Reeitation Waking Tame, by aix
Imi m n e h proeeds of whic boysand six girls.
alt be applied to the needs of the Reidmlr-IEaster.Tide, Miss Francis
melatlon. ThrouhnM gnerouW offer VanBrunt.
1 the St. Cecilia Club, o St Augus- Duett- Mar y, Misae Fields and
time,. to bear the expense of printing Brown.
ItheBO mnte and proceedings, of the Rwesponive reading-Ten boys.
present season, tvm associaUtion will R sation-The Liliea' Mesage, four
sreeive further pecuniai aid. girls.
The musleal entertainments given Reading- The Power of an Endless
during the meetilwere delightful and Life, William Dickey.
well attended. The programs had Reeitation-Easter Token, threegiris.
boom painstakingly prepared by the Song -Prom Calvary to Glory, by
Nisoes Cline, of the College for Women, choir.
who received the hearty eo-operation Recitation My Easter Egg, three
of th visiting deliates and the Talla- bos.
alls Musical Club in carrying out the Aolg- Hail the Day that See Hlim
Cline Fones Director of the Keading Over There, and Easter
oft Music in Little Rock., Ark ; story. Mis Pearl Parrish.
dmnd W ley, of Memphtiu Tenn.; Reestation- In the Garden, ten giris
Mr. Conrad Murphree, of Vadetas, G. ReadiM -The Stone that was Rolled
the weaderful BMftlll children, Away. Mrs. A. C. Dickey.:
tmk Spring. Rarely has Tals- Reading-The Risen Kin, Ellis Har-
wovn to mua ial artists so en- Via.
aia r r ionmas that accorded Reitation-Telling the Ea *r Story,
.ltdle pdsoef friday night mis glvie Dickey.
i. a remarkabte 1you0 l eop. Btle-The Holy City, Mrs. Edgar
ve =vmtlm was 5sd -a 4.* o ra .
jifressptlmat the hbstifl reol- jittjon-The ater Story, light
m me Us&.S Tea iR Ad I atAn Bastor meage, Mrs.
eaarof the shu Ithe raP Qoe Tois-
nlN missmronm at s et vM i ------
ed the sA hese oss The U... U 1mkm ompeme.
be* breemoMlowly with me* aplgb& hq m m
a^ sham~ a t members hm wee Te
69 is ig be1 ?
H 4 ( I'(tV A)VtI. TI'ROI;ULES, ALIC
C/EEMA AN ') HEI'MATIStMN.
F4ur tweily-fSV. r i,'a.r t cki Blond Helm(B
B. B.) kha t#.Ws t'Jirlr i yCrAr.;y t h jan 4l* f Mffe f
wn frm hPt.nkry S- riary or Terr'ary Biaos
F'ntoin. .nd &-I f-,rms Pit IlltxM and Skin Di): no,
Aer. Oewumat mm aryj vI r ma. Weo"witi hti
wt ohstanal- Mraxe,. brau R.IL B. Ii. cure,
whmw. &I: Cl fta.l. If 'p,, hi ve elwm sand oins
Io Bunas. Bark or Jr ,nt-. Mutus Patch in
mouth. S&w Thri,a,. Pmp'se. (opw'-Coled
4ws, Ukw.rl f1, sy pat ot f Ihebwdy &,r ot
I.yearows fa.!r.i i,,It. in. hinr. watery buyliwr or
iee humor.. Itin,:ir i, rmp'eI&f eesremn. BSWl.
wdliMrs. KEtinr .,rs.. take 14 B. R, It kilti
'1h pnio. mak ;th. blo..d pure and rich, cm-.
pltet'r chanting tth,- entire bdJy int clean.
healthy eonsdito.n. haiig every hors or pimil.
and toppieeg alls: *ra,. pains md tiching. crirtni
th. wont ea.c I,, i'Pn. s I'u,.n, U khouiatim ot
BOTANIC l. OO) HAI.M (H. r'. B.) ii* pl4
ant and ma1e t ,take'. ,.wrnigotid 'rv pure Irtanic
ingrWdlnLtr. It ,irbli.- Pand 'nefrich the. b d.
DRUV Ti.iT,. i KiPEP LAIt(.G ilwrrLk, with
Iirettiorg for h'1,re cure.
a,4 inn 'Ialiahan, r. FI., try
HARkL;I:, .SMITHi & 4 0.
D Kru :l'ier I ni or write.
STRUGGLE WITH HUGE MONSTER
Giant Sword Fish Landed on Cdloc.
Fort Mye'rs, P .i (;u"tis and fi .ier-
men wilne~At.i d r.y.til c )iIdt (.n Lt e
Caloosahatcrh., r.,.r this wLek at. Har-
n,'y Pl'irit, .ai, it .'-+vn Pmle-4 be!ow O the
II tel Roya; I' l l'Fort Myers.
Dr. liUdolh () i orn, ,of New York
Sit' with hiM v ilUe, ''rge Wet, atid
MAjor Charl-. A S ,I!',*r, of N w York
utiy, ei.d his tl'. .'iafily I )dvii, start-
eiJ out tarpon fiiiinv.ia rily 1t the(rnmorn
nx an' d lcaLed i,,,wi the river at the
above point iat,'t 9 o'el ,ck, filihirg for
tarpon, being atoiut t) yards apari.
It WS soon not te-able that Dr, Burni
was busy and thet guide. Davis, inform-
ed the major that the Dr. had struck a
large fish, "and it ain't no tarpon
neither." It w.s apparent that the
doctor had a strike on hand and his
guide beckoned Mij,)r Stadler and guide
to come to their assistance, which wae
quickly responded to. On arriving tLe
major was informed that they had
struck a swordfish and had be en at
work on it for a half hour with no
chance of landing him, whereupon the
major, who has already a record for his
prowess as a fisherman in Fort Myers
waters took the rod and was soon in
the fl~t, which the doctor had given
up, with the intention of landing him.
Repeatedly the fish made great efforts
to get away, actually towing both pow-
er boat' down the river and then again
would dive down to the bottom and sulk.
A LIVELY FIGHT.
These maneuvers lasted for over an
hour and a half, and the major was
ob'iged to give up the fight and hand the
rod to his guide. All the strength and
Ingenuity of the guide was called into
play. but the swordfish with all its
weight, size and strength proved more
than the fishermen had bargained for.
On one occasion it came up with a Bsu-
denness that, had he struck either boat,
it would have been splintered. As it
was, the fishermen got considerably
scared and soused. In this manner the
tight kept up for three and one half
hours when finally the swordfish, in an
effort to escape, made one lunge to the
surface, and as his head appeared above
the water, the major drew his gun and
fired five bullets into the head. The last
shot hit some vital point, which was ap-
parent, as the large fish quivered. The
g ide in the other boat quickly drew a
lasso over the sword of the fish and
succeeded in making fast to the same,
and then with the combined efforts of
the two power boats, the fish was
W IGOHED OV3R 600 POUNDS.
The estimated weight of this fish was
between 600 and 700 pounds, and it took
the fishermen over three and a half
hours from the time the strike was
made until the swordfish was landed on
Suffice it to say the Afishermen were
completely fag ed out. The guides cut
the head from the monster and return-
ed with their trophy to the hotel The
head was handed to the taxidermist and
In the course of time it will decorate
the walls of the Wawayanda Club,Ceap-
tree Island, Great South Bay, near Fire
island Inlet, of which club both thee
gentlemen are members.
This was Dr. Borne's first effort at
tarpon fishing, sad he told has friends
at the hotel that catching such fl6 was
work and he "wanted no more of it."
Can pasture eows and horses from
April I to October 1. All stock pas-
tured will be salted once a week.
4-8w Mumm H. JOHNsON, JR.
rTNDoeao4 v r eta w wre esuM ois.
.d as -taOwadoef Uspmbrt A. D IMs,
In e for O ver 80 yns has bola th* 8i**ie t *
and bas beenmateodwa kPr P
oal supoma Irvite g l bac6 i p
Alowmn oaei e tto.ey l
An Couatwrfota, mibtttm. *ad "Juutwmo" d I ; bet at
Nxwmeata that trie with gad --l-ger th- bl-M I
i MA d CNlle---pW: a-- USS1W"
What Is CASTORIA
sMtof la its a hrmO substitute iebr Cator OF, P
gore, Drops a d Boothing Syrupe. It s Plimm. I
contaitnf either Oplum, Morphnts nor othet Nr d
suaMtaee. Its aWe Is its a uarntee. It d WiS
and fly Feverishness. It cures Diarrms a" W
Cole. It relevres Teethlng Trouble, eures m aM ,S
and Plataleney. It assnsUats the Food, regula0t te ;
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natudal o
The Children's Panseea-The Mothr's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bout
In Use For Over 30 Years.
56 O*mi*ms .*S. wW. fl UWV TmuY, lgg 95M5 -V.
U 77 Even our
Grandfctherm knew what
A CONVINCING PROOF
of the worth o( a medicine ls the cures it can elffeert. y
one who hay u. wd Ballard's Snow Linament knows that itwli
U/ R n RHEUMATISM, CWTS, SPRAINS, STIFPJO
CLUKr BURNS. NEURALOIA, CONTRACTED M4USCLO
AND ALL PAINS.
USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS.
V. L. Settle, Richmond, Mo., writes:- "This Is to
certify that I havo us'd your Snow Liniment for ten
years for rhotmaz'im, nwuralgf la noe back, etc.
and in every cato jit ha rndrQud immLdiat relis
Aveld all Substitutes. Three Sizs 23c, 80, $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LIUNIMENT CO.
800-502 North Second Street
ST. LOUIS, MO.
FR 1 (vSHr- UG mentded by
FOR SALE BY qAR.E-SITH DRUG COMPANY.
Garden 6 Fanm
of the kagIes binlmsus IJ s Ida
in thi e.utry- the bet of
of Wood SeedWh
We hwe awes tofdao
an Varun Seed,
9e a s n *ul
I F. C.ELLIOT---
Maps. Drawbage, Pm
Speciflcatiolms Eti i
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AIHASSEE IS COMING TO THE FRONT. BUY NOW AND MAKE
MONEY. BUSINESS IS GOOD.
L 3~~ssc. ?roprty.
~m ~ hhI bee T bet ml
,I emm house, all modw eonvestencee,
oeeo em N. Adamw 8. T. bisa veryde.
No. 6 ;a
PtUy4ro otmN.a Duval M
K I streeta. $100. mon ba *thly.
M. mor settare, adeden street. near
in food repair. Terms one-third c jh.
SM* d two yearm.
No. 9 R.
S /tg00-s rosem Cottage. lot 13X210. Park Avenue
S, aesiht, tfine fruit, good garden, barn ama
No. 10 R.
W OOD-_-XZIht lot$ and an 8 room house and a cot.
a Moenroe street. Close to business section.
No. 12 R.
0,O. 7 room house, beautiful location, good
a .a aliiLhd. pretty yard, lot large enough for another
S e, fromts a park, li bath, Ac.
No. 18 R.
I. I room cottage In Springfiedfainlo g.ow
a Wd fruit, A ood home for lotId mi.
No. 14 R.
L The Hartt plee. orders on Park Avenue,
lt*, pretty location. House needs repair. Lot
No. 15 R.
a1 f l well e Ited. Ters on4-third ash. Balance
No. 16 R.
-. A pretty reom cottage on large corner lot
ut esay"vei=at to railroad static, park front
me-half ab, bela..e one and two years.
Timber ad Faming Lands.
% No. 1T.
3,000 ACmes t La esaaty, Township 1 W.
Rma2e 2 ald 8 W. em Ocklsekees river, about miles
from rasiOnsa, may abhet s from Tallabmu..
150 seras slNared. a M ef stlt ovation, a 7 roem
house da 4 ro*a tta on th se. Aft bte
eadi, thsa wbl he W faemng a about 1
Ame in Tater, modyi Ja. Own.r says will cut
about 4000 fat to acre. CeAsarable hardwood. Look
at the priee-$10,000. Only $5 peracre. The timber
alba is worth th pri
3M0 Am s Tow ip I N. Range 2, E., 100
acres fia woods, pine ok, hikory, &c. Never fall-
ing tream of water through place. Fine pasture, 19D
acres fend. in farmin ad. 120 acres open.
About 401 f pach trees in lan Land lies well.
Dwelling and out building&. Price 12 60 per acre.
$1,500. 165 acres, 65 miles south of city. Good 5
room cottage, beautiful live oak grove, grand view of
larg lake, over 000,000 feet timber on place. Poean
and fruit trees. Timber will pay for the place. Fine
aite for milL This is a bargain. Terms one-half cash.
Balance in one and two years.
No. 5 B.
Pays 10 per cent. That oSee building on Monroe
street next to Capital City Uask. Good paying ten-
ants. This Is certainly a good investment.
No. 1 B.
Pays 12 per cent. 2 tore on Monroe street. Do
you expect any better inteat on a uafs investment.
No. 6 B.
4 brick stores, well leated good renting property.
No. 2 F.
875 &erm, about 8 mIes hfom T lnmha-L t
rol^ a"d t aM.uN l ght gtm M lay
- aes delared. 5 te h ,owant esp, go dwlng
(et On), 3 ood bars. Prie 7,8. ea
No. 4 F.
60 Oeres Towhip N Rang 2 L., well wateed,
about 800 sres unde eultiva 6 tenant houses,
d-U11 n aeeds repair. Abo1t 150 soers woods.
No. 6 F.
9 ieres, Mar city, on Quincy road. Fine for truck
and poultry. Price $60.
No. 7 F.
88 shares two miles of city, on S. A. L. R. R. Itie
land, 7 room house barn and out building, 2 good
wel, 50 acres cultivation, plenty of wood, ano pears.
beaches, apples, Age and mulberries. Poeana, lots of
them. Price $1,750, if quick.
200 acres well improved land, 3 mile from Court
House. 11 acres shaded and now being prepared for
another crop of tobacco. 2 large tobacco barna. 100
aeres planted in corn, 7 areas in can 6 acres in cot-
ton 6 acres peanuts, 8 aeres sweet potatoes. Plenty
of fruit 100 bearing pecan trees. One 4 room house,
2 tenant houses, 8 room, 2 tenant bou 1 room, a
good 5 room dwelling, new barn good sheds and other
out homes. 5 wells, land all wired l. Two 2 horse
wagons, 1 buggy, 1 rake and mowina machine, dise
barrow, eut-a-way barrow, plows, &e, ae. 4 good
mules, 10 head battle, 3 sews and p a, turkeys and
chicken. A compete, well equipped faru Can r-
rane long terms.a rie $10,000.
No. 1 B.
12 splendid lots on Duval street north of the Gov-
o Mansion. Pries vry reasonable.
Only 2 of the Magnolia Heihts Iots left. Priest
No. 4 B.
Those beautiful lots, keown as the Gamble ac,
on Gaines street btwees Adams and Broough. Wi
sell by the lot or as a whote.
I have other good investments for sale. Call on me. Business is getting brisk.
R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Real Estate Broker.
Offlee 103 S. Moearoe St. Marine Bank Buildiag.
Associated with J. T. Bernard & Sea.
IMN imNABV. ua M PTIm T m TeVWtLmt. tMR. UTAS CONINS. C lammgm Mhettai
hktShabbn"et W Speaker Farris ha be anotfie by The Woman's Home Misaio
3 at th bedaldo of mase W C"wd by G a WUHam J. Bryan that he aeepted the lety of Trit Methodist Ch
eak meter, ethprtes *w lmd t eltlesa to address the Flori I ismt In the hr s V al
ydedeay, to work Last evening t Goveor tno dered st reM, but il seot be able to Some fe A th.a t St0 o'eek.
Sthe pakhbies inbs. a receptioe and damse at the mnages to evra weeks yet, owing to many prior s adleers asfellows:
lnHiUammll her death legislators, which was greatly enjoyed eYo g Woaen" at Wo
pgled. After h i artval by the dr wo ad. If hshold ome, and the Httle mat-P T. L Ufel thekGirTkTk
but hIMe mim d and did The followingtq ou ie Invitst"oO wa r between he ad Irank Clark e u Mrs. H. T. FAeleL
thb i*eM for the imud: ien. it weld a a warmdebasta de0d WMheere a Our Traed YOU
Spmedlthat be byfte Gmtiean t L tle teo-0 and sttreet the attention of the petle-. men at Work-M. l LJ. va
h pa te Thddy mght, Aprl Bi wib give a S __ r,.. _.b --iaolr-Mrs. Huad.M of Miam
pw hef- the bed- of the Lemilatare atthe ssa. B- t the Peaseola News would not diea Flh i0 the Chur-Mrs. 0
aster as satreme- else. The reeptio is fhw to 10:. ave ths lidMet referred tL It say: Brat.
i g a de -e tohe deA. from lOt S o'elek. In tMhin s "seentomit i proper to ay R ndTable-OtheWork o
b Mt h~ sther, is AN the members ef the e tr t ha levitaUon to Mr. Bryan tod- Women -Mesdse Cates, B;
we have their relaves land tr ;o t t- dre the ature was met due te ZaaIy.
"mmf* b a'"P e d th Legiwatore. their real- the Clark tenat t a but to a deter. Hyan.
.iM m h atlm tl to tves sa friend; all the makers latis h-ag mlc. reseda by the bdy, Bsines meeting reports of
a pple sa aas the sate t.their olalt and t edfsa., to have the advantage of Mr. Bryan As.
at-almea rlat adl 6i4de; elsaIsa ef the marantee beak law All members res eeted to be
ma pph tf rflada sn alC ti m e t tuourot, wheisk I proposed to otroedae and em. A cordial invitation to visitor
b a. t* relative s 4 fand; the at set. ad.
pmM OfSoN Me 111- Lase the Suprme Crt, their N-I It Mr. Bryan aeepts the lvittile ThCapital Stee Company hi
i at se smer ce is salves sd isteM; the may. aMer- h eeMI aafeiy entirely the Clrk building about ready to t
m 1 1 900 of the e Talle- "t i as elyf to et of artificial atoe. Ca Wai
thir relativess ad the pie ampt which the Ll eaean 0. I & A. Railroad ra.
me fth Aftusieesand Other ieen et ther sad the of Foraa meet desire
e .Ca g "-" hn"3 unoubtedly will-. "--' Mr. J. D. MsDamll- who h
takM re--s :- and to bear ue":- -- wl "w- -*
Iad te lg a ithe g the fa"tb t t tahe Clark.Alsai. seme _" .wththe. __bS _I
I relative eermsap ia iftutl family afuir whisgh hetleput
.A3ssm ttam be Ua w I. 166P to! hCszl.M
:d.*asA sen erd thimsefTo vp,
4e k M homerth sq.*^ 1k tTb veryR Pa ape w,_ see Wae *@0"
r-atw is a a .e m s -
n W I- CA R
od am M awk d
A'. ~** -<
Mr. IAW MeCOaam, a bNf
Sobue.sm m of Pi".
Ipa a paty from that tm s
auto Saturday, and was the guw
ThOe. A. Ten.
Mrs. W. T. Athlase -
aa Phota, left i,
Walaaaw'a f an rl-rt^
ave their iset
p, made anee.
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HAMMOCKS, PORCH RUGS,
PORCH ROCKERS, PORCH SWINGS,
VUDOR PORCH SHADES,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
D. R. Cox Furniture Company,
93 South Monroe Street.
That Harness of Yours
Is beginning to look very shabby. What's more
parts of it have reached the danger point. Let
your horse plunge and a Line or Trace breaks
and it will cost you more than the price of a new
Harness to put you and your buggy in shape
We are specialists in Harness, paying close at*
tention to stock, style and finish. We can fit
anything from a pony to a draft horse, and we
o aiy arkssaaywhe, at awk r rcsL
The Ve&Ic.. and ...
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