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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: April 30, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00219
Source Institution: University of Florida
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]Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.

INTERESTED IN COOKING will watch for the advertisement of

in this paper Next Week,

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ii T b of a noble daughter of a loyal and patti- V f EC souvenirs, bits of hand-work ereraent- T
o I 1C otie Con.federAto soldier, rarearJ in sun. W- VCU I 5 I4 fIu e ing many nationalities, which have IoW 1 3C id
ny Florida amid the influence and onvi- been collected by the Governor and his -
ronmeota of theremamining brave of the mother at home and abroad. Each turn
sixties. As a young Southerner, as a Ula of the visitor's eye presents some new
Floridian, I feel keenly the honor, and and mteresting exhibit, and th taste ---- .
my heart is filed with grAtitude for the with which all are displayed is most Twenty Pr Cent Tax oR Pa
S 19Y1APrigfltewiy Ob td kind invitation to deliver an address NatHOal Patriotism ad Southern pleasing and effective. Salts Would Cost The Farars
NeN auIay-Spee- hf Hon. upon this occasion. Loyalty Everywhetre falvidene Governor Gilchrist expect to keep Of Florida $207509.
ft IL Trammel I am doubly proud of this honor be. i TinT he'M... the lower floor of the Mansion substan-
Scause the invitation come, from the tially as it now appears throughout his Governor Giichrist has received the
reaty to the disappointment of the Daughters ot the Confederacy, worthy The throng of guests who attended administration. Additions to the adorn- following communication relative to a
Sel the Anna Jackson Chapter of dts nantn the a nht. ha.,wo the reception and dance given last mutrobsbl all in conformity with the, matter of great importance to the
Wdod Daughters of the Confeder- women wu sutit-red ,asu s.r:field lor Thursday evening at the Governor's present scheme. farmers, fruit and truck grower eof
hek bhad made all necessary pre- I the cause which they loved and believed! Mansion by Governor Gilchrist and his In what has been said, no mention is Florida, and has transmitted a lpyw
to have the jenfederate Me- was right. Lee, Jackson and other charming mother. Mrs. James G. made of the georgeous rofusion of thereof to each of the Florida Sematog
N Vie- hld the cemetery, a match es leaders of the Southern Gibbes, in honor of the members of the flower wit wih te Man ws and Repreentative.. n Congress:
asa on Monday afternoon made told in song and story ; m rrole and legislature, were treated to scenes of day aight's reception. It is doubtful if University ot the State ot Plorida and
for the people to gather granite hold upon their stony page, the beauty and splendor seldom, ;if ever, such floral prodigality was ever before ..Exp1 r1iment Station,
iter. As is usual on such oc- records ot their great deeds nob lydone, before witnessed in any residence in aen in a Florida residence. It appeared Gainesville, Fla., AprI l i, 190
whom the weather iS inclement, and yet too little has been said of the Flori as though Tallahassee's boasted ou- His Excellency, Hlon. Albert W. Gil
la of sRpretativs wausG ed, women of the South, who, with a devo- lorid. premeay in roeee and lilies and panaiea chrst, Governor, TalIshas e, :
S th a Spikerr' desk Hon. tion as great as that of the Spartan The beautiful Mansion itself, compare. and sweet peas and evergreens had Honorable Sir-Some time to I
STrmmi U delivered a splendid mothers who sent forth their son to atively new, and the handsome furni been challenged and the old town had your BSe, Y ou caled atteeam to
prpred n honor of the Con- battle, with the admonition, "to return ture afforded a splendid setting for the thrown forth all her resources to juasti. the fact that Congres was abo&% te
I lri, livg and dead. The with their shields, or upon them," w) remarkably elaborate and tasteful dec- fy her title as the Floral City. In every put a tariff on potash salts I pee~
xessees was as follows: did these noble women send forth their orations which made the Mansion on nook and corner, upon the tables and from Germany. ThisImatteresmld .
ag. by.eirs of several city loved ones to the conflicts of the war Thursday evening simply magnificent mantles and the pianos were bouquets elever vy earnest and emergsdO aU.
wa eormt accompaniment between the States. in its brilliancy and complete attrac- and baskets and mounds of rich, ex. tion from our Congresemea and ne. .
Al M e, C. W. Robert- We are proud of the record made by tivenels. quisite flowers, and for them all Gov- tors, as at is a very serious thl g r
I J. a.Sa our forefathers in thu dirm dvay of the The unique, yet eminently appropri- eritor Gilchrist and his mother took con. Floida.
by Rev. J. B Pruitt, pastor civil strife, and our hearts swell with ate nature of the mural ar.d other stant occasion to express their grateful I wish to present to you the ftmW.
l"st Baptist Church. pride, love and affection when we re- adornments of the Mansion at once im- appreciation to the adies of Tallahas- ng facts, which aonnot be disputed. It
-Nearer, My God, toThee. flect upon the devotion of our mothers preos the visitor. National patriotism, see, who generously and voluntarily t very serious matter, inee it wlN
n of speaker by Frank W in those trying times. Southern loyalty and State pri Ie are contributed this elegant profusion of bar heaviest on the country boy, the
W Mayor of Tallahassee. As we look upon the record of the' evidenced on every side, while at every beauty from the fairest gardens of the country girl, and heavier till upon t
1-K b o Park Trammell, At- pa4t, as we see the women of the South turn are seen interesting souvenitr and State. wife of the frmer.
of Florida. toiling and suffering for a cause which witnesses of the extensive travels, theI On the night of the reception the I trust you may find It P-
Maryland, My Maryland. uthey elieved was right, as we m-.e then coim.opolitan fancy and tOw cultured Mansion was fairly ablise with electric present this matter to our .
lento of Medals by Mr. Win- binding up tie bleeding wounds of the taste of the Mansion's present master. lights, which brought out the beauty of Congressmen in such a wtl
soldiers in the hospitaia ad upon rne Upon entering the long, graceful hall the ,ieeorations and the handsome toi will make a strong fight for as w
M-TeBting on the Old Camp, forsaken battletieldA, as we see all of ani facing the beautiful double parlor. lets of those in attenJance. It w Ltariff bill goes to conference.
*.. their love and thd beAuty of their selt- one notices upon the wall the service truly a maitficent function, thorough. passed the House and practically
-God Be With You Till We sacrifices we cn bit be proud of the ole canueen and other prized relies of ilv enjoyedby hundreds of prominent the Senate. _
fn. fact that they were we nei of our nA- Governor Gilchrist's service in the Floridians. I have before me a cop of the
Rev. Samuel Moran. tiv SjuthlanI As we tnmk of all Spanish-American war Adjoining these in preparing for this notable event. Bill and as I under 4t, tis
eft. JL john's Episeopal Church. th t they en lured, and th_- great and is a strikin. portrait of the Governor the G -ernor's mother was ably assit- HIll prolpoei to put pot aflMlU il
SWIothrop's introductory remarks com,'o.t'in services w,,i L iev r.n when a cadet at the West Point Mili ed by Mises Clem Hampton, Catherine are use, for ftliser prpmMes, e
'Attingp orelude to the eloquent dered, we are constraini l to 6tbII've tary Academy, beneath which hang t*o Mt!lix.nn, Mary Cherry. FI,,icia Perry, retaliatory basis. As thi saat ai
as which followed. Mr. Trammell that the words of ttui poet are true crossed swurdi-one being the Govern- the two latter bein Kguests at the Man minedin Germany, adasGmanydoes
Ifall pleasant tone, the fluent, where ne says: or's and i h other having been hiS fa. .i,',. During the entertainment grace.1 ot belong to the "most.favoredl as
A amd the vaay grace of the born t.., women In oar h, n et ih'Ir'as. Under these wr!rd14 io beau ..*.1 al ntiani wi, re'nde'r.l in serving tion," the Payne till would put a o
r, and the tributes laid by him to: Ucertaini c.y nl ha .' L11u pairntan., made in taroff Sitiriaw nti, Pn tby M*.idmneS (;. T. Whitrlekl, tallAtory duty of 21) per cot. ad &alo-
faiedeersate soldier, the Confeder uen ..... a nti.... rtb i .o r i.-n o f tnt ,miu.4 tnr.e monkeys, .luw i I Iothi.I, .1. W. C luns, 1). It Cx, ruin on potash salts
me the hero dead. and the Wilen agu.I wreti r iwhin i anloLher captivatfin peiture of, .J P. p8 lloulton arnl Mi dt Roweni According to the State Chemist's re*
Swere received with Ihe A minierin ancel th *ni art th)u. three lovely young women teachmti the Longmire O.ther delicious refresh- ,rt for the year ending December 31,
Ige. there were several croes A. ... sa me lessons of wwlindo that the mon- m.-nt, irp crearn, straswwrries and 1.0, he sold Inspectiond amps to emer
r tobe bestowed, but. owing to Not oily were tte wri en oft thieoouth keys have exp'undeJ to Fiormdians. eIke w,.rt ,erved ty Misws Parl Mc- 133,223 72 tons of commercial fertilla.
Imi dserstanding of preliminary seit-sacrinciang in ner a v..ces, buti ver the parlo.r dor hang paintings ; n. ().nera Hllo'wny. Helen Saxon ers, (see Report for ^la, page 3) '1he
o nly one was actually pro- they have ce-n urnselis.h i. tit.i. atti- of President Jeffrson and. Madison, be- Virginsi Amen. El'izaheth Lewis, Sallie Iverage compositm, taking the .I?
is was given to Senator de towards the perpetrd. n of the tween which are extibited two Mauaer Lewld. Muriel Rres, Mory Frank Knott. samples n6aly4 d, of complete fertibs.
Bead of Pensecola, on behalf memory of those events, for wnil.tne ritles which have aten hard service in ArrabellA Hpkina, Mary Gorman and ors, we have the average tf tilis to
e late William K. Beard, have erected innumerable monument actual war; Ue whole space being Eloise Mahry. ru 7 08 per cent. potash (s pag 3).
to the soldiers, they havet Ot ... ied strikingly decorated with United States. One of the mmat attractive features According to this same authority (se
Ieagafleent floral tributes. that their own deeds oe passed dawn to Confederate States, and Cuban flAgs of the evening was the delightful muse pae 23). a unit of potash sts $.i10 a
easyofthe distinguished future generations. and bunting. furnished by the GleeL lub of Steaeson seboasd. Multiplyng the average or
e the Speaker's desk. There stand in the ground-s of our On the same side of the hall and Universit-. Tnis club, accompanied by ct. of potash by theoat per unit at
Swere: State Captol a shaft of granite whom the grand divan4 itself undoubtedly one Miss Cnling of Stetson, came here seaboard, we have, 4.17 as the aver-
E antd white roses, s. ple imacript.on grip- tn- near and of the most elegant pieces of furniture for the occasion upon special invitation age cost of potash in a ton of ftllser
B Isir, Lie.tenant-Colo t-l.s a story of sult-. negation more ever ee in Florida, is fixd a superb froan the Governor, and their playing at suard. Twety er O of the
Reiment; shield of red beautiful than the tongue of the orator brace of Elk's horn., one of the larg- ri singing were especially enjoy. cost of potash wall gIe as $1.6M1 as
Ies, 1 to Judge J. 8. Wn lIt or toe pen of the poet could portray. Iet iln existence, from the Yellowstone Mi.. Con lin p .osesse a me sfont tbe proposed ta per ton. i this tariff
eat t pia and white roses, one should quesuon wna I have aid National Park, and above this is one of soprano voice and her beatifulnaing schedule p ases. ultlplyw this by the
wae Brevrd; I i ves regarding thu unselfishnesseof thedouth the noblest trophem of all, a huge was one of the rarest treats ever en. number of ton of fte iser 4 as
A. Brevard, se raWomen, let b go and read that stuff-d American Eagle. joyed in this city. shown by t Chemist's report, we have
Swreatk le What could be h Aoove the rear parlor door, just bo- -.. a total l of 7,60.M.
ene Theo. s l its simplacty and ssece 1o fore the grand staircase is reached, are NHATC S, HATCIu. The last Federal oensu shows that
aressef red UIWes el -I-laudauon than teso words: "To i exellent rtraits of Grover we have m round numbers about 4,000
A. Bryan, Co. ae frm oblivion ad perpetuate an Cev ellandad Wiim J. ury an, tas.sti- What a **s*l Ilwboer Are ego Is farmers and froit growers t the ta
thp memory of sucedien ner.t.. ly wreathed with busting and numerous Ta haseve Varliess Warys. This would make a aver pt of a
ae as aLamcounty who ished ao the Civil The north of the hall if, if pOsW- station to the wagtnumber of matches Ma which is apprx saely twise dh
S t War of 18a1is tty- wm osa hi.b en miore Interesting. Hwe arh used is thiscon ForI instance just fo amount for all edreaslonal
alNoU.D Q's. T se o w i av i adi and rt r. thL *a -an Andrew JUOV, 8 w e will make meU on of sod wavy a" a pmv wM fam -M
as epiest ot a i nJ ith aehave beendi _e ppaningla of the lastmoting of g o Atlant-c matches that h st .our ag.rk.ul.ral o m it a s.
of rel"st cussed repatedlyt b htow e and Jackson, a picture of J o received by The Tallahame Gro I ha written th out ti detail. tat
trwi, adthewy al tyW y vebosreordedup Governor Fractis P. Fleming's Staff cery Company, of this eity This ar you may be able to saalyse It sad un
'historyso Mpagesot alwatipartial e w hGovernor Gilebristwaslaspes cotaised0one thosaod eases or Ave tne figu in such a way as will be
adl GeegIleve is u; however. uatrS.a Ueneral, ad Imaly excellett r thmusani groMw or 46.0O.000 matel most effective.
t M Ama Jidhm C h4- ed ts Islseaemos orle k.w trals Of Jeren Davis Oad A m Wh one speaks of matches it- ot Ver- respectful,

h eetS a ,t e- -Confderacy. cosed betee howeverr this will g ..,tve you an ide .
Swa s e It on" fo & all" m i omto truly say t heo wt eaM a wthS, arme- noth e e sorSI y MietesmUo f T a eara les a Tp tees 1a D. ,
Wow o re"&mwekfee Uth" ert aer fieerswfit ma d el se wat ess A Co 11 ame.8a "This ta arm. Ae1wG o.Th
lfebo in deme of a a W andes a' W thethe eeteound ty-Avet hu redandteas Isdwd Ge deds sl re Th
Mee their bled ef a prIi d esed riles, wisl e he d lta sb it you will wla ew Its dee. Tat'II
.s sh .esoeftlocar.ed sou e ee mog e h e e be at n and the d Ae1a01 have1ere-`eD Di.
e-, l-swMdA t hA s &- wallis portrayed the. e put them nad to sId hiey will rh King's N* I the oI 6
H i I ._,.-__...- l,.a rge, m.- 'd tolt r fM I" .a"l m eo. G a leS thher side st lhi-t an l uImne Im
.Cefed.. ee .y ? .* best earteem qaic apIeard i" the ow Your MS dSsa fo adto ltcrifbpena
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"eI h go W. Wi. April W.

ThM report of Roosvelt's first gun
Sire ln Africa is awaited with interest.
A gl ory to every man in the Senate
md House who worked and voted for
the Submissilon Bill.
S-.- -.--- -. -
Didn't we tell you no, Colonel. Your
lnth lIssue in some strange way moved
p to first position, and won.
Protesor Pickering might ask Mars
whether those great canals are lock or
@a level, and thus mettle that'dispute.
Bryan's Commoner prints one of
Governor Gilehrlst's articles on its edi-
tWrial page. This ls a very high com-
S The Tallahassee Sun has a sort of
S ehool-bookish appearance. -Tampa

Didn't you mean school boyish?

Coat of living has Increased 47 per
emot in twelve years with only 18 per
S o-t I erease In wages. This is one of
the beneficial effects of a republican
S tariff.
| As to the $10,000,000 for which Prof.
HPakering promises to put us into com-
Nmreoation with Mars, it ought to be
arth that much to the red planet to
O t thi aeore every day.

L The True Democrat rather think
A tMt Colenl Appleyard is now of the
-plalon that prohibition in Florida is
met such an Insaligniicnt issue as he
mes thought it was.

The fight against "loan sharks," by
eon. John P. Stokep, of F.rambia. in
the house, Is ono of the most meritori-
b, bills before the legislature, and The
Tr e Democrat hope it may become a
Bob Taylor's plan for breaking the
al d South, as outlined by him to
Pesddent Taft, Is as follows : "Give
every Democrat an offices. every Re-
ppblilean a pension and every nigger a

Fifteen years ago William Watson.
te kaglsh poet, conferred on Abdul
emIM tmhe title "Abdal the Damaed."
The yM Turks seem shout to cutnrm
1ie title, aeeordin to the news from

re a*kh mode Tuesday is the
3m ofd 3epr.nstatlveo by Hen. Joen
It N l, I soesadlg t(he nemis-
Um ef Hoe. Deaes. U. Flet-he for
mitad Staten Seektor, woo a flno trlb.
steor Mr. Flether. sad dd the gestle-
-- from Lee pest credit. Stark.
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Osarrhlatutetee to the 1a legoale.
re-Ktja far ahead of the reIetdof
ont t oempnOa either with
or Iwt. -Pasemela Journald.
S Aa. otwthote the fact that
Spapeor la thI Tate ha declared te
d eumatsry. the two beoas an cotn-
po ad asm mmuesly streon and hmow

Ie prophecy of Hon. J. M. Barr
ath tm estab ehawat of State-wide
SIats wouM tdepive the ladle of
us 6M on their hats was utrom,

w I oMe, hA bath Sowe. .1 bm*
t ?to *B0 ewm e F dWM
lo U"o be*theb eheitle"0. tM he

a I-aaup very WarlfWigly be-

asmsMA n- m U
Rev. L. W. jmom, n di a desa
of the Talsham Distridt d8 a1100.
ate editor of The Cistia Adveate,
contributes the following to that pa.
"Flordas is earsed with one vory
pronsentchemer and political lobby-
lot whose thought never ries above the
dirt. When he oseos hs printed eylie-
bsoo on the things tat shmul be let
alone, there rises the eadviuam of
moral eospools. 'Lot thi alone'-
for 'by this craft we obtals ear
wealth t' As the Lgislature was fast
approaching, and a. the prohibition
seao ment was foeasing upon a resolu-
ton to submit the question of State
prohibition to popular vote, this guar-
dian of dirt and shekels issued his mani-
festo in the chief organ of the liquor-
Itos, which read about thus: 'Let us
have no agitation of the question of
State prohibition at this Legislature;
we have had a money panic ; the State
needs repose!'
"In this manifesto the keynote is
money. And for the asak of money he
invites us to repose in rum and ruin !
Rather than interfere with what he
considers to be a great help to business
he would stand in defense of that thing,
even though it blights and damns every-
thing it touches! The climax of repose
for a hog is when he is lying in a mud-
hole Some of our so-called leaders of
thought need only two more legs to
make the resemblance complete. Their
noses plow the mud of the financial
world, and the moral and political char-
acter of the State is a matter of no
consideration to them. They find 're-
pose' even in rum and ruin if the thing
Is threaded with a dollar mark. And
yet these dirt eaters try to prove them-
selves to be the greatest teachers on
the question of 'individual rights.'
This is nothing but a mere excuse for
their favorable attitude toward the sa-
loon. They have sense enough to know
that the public good always takes pre
ceedence over the individual good. If
the exercise of individual rights in any-
thing militates against the body corpo-
rate, any sane man knows that such
individual rights must be surrendered
for the public good. The saloon busi-
nes is set for the accommodation of
the individual right to come and drink
liquor for pay. But the exercise of
that is bringing damnation and ruin to
the body corporate. In the one item of
crime the saloon stands convicted by
the best judges and court dockets of
furnishing fully seventy per cent.
Must the body corporate endure all this
in order to preserve and respect the
rights of an individual to drink liquor ?
It is preposterous, and any sane man
knows it."
The gentleman might have gone fur-
ther In his argument and given his
"prominent schemer and political lob-
byist," and all others like him, to un-
derstand that those who are opposed to
"rum, ruin and repose" in Florida will
henceforth vote for no man unless he
is willing to declare himself against the
licensed saloon.
Temperance people should see to it
that they elect temperance men to make
and execute the laws.

There is not a truly enlightened per*-
son in the world but wihos has not time
and again awishoed for the overthrow of
tie Turkish empire, or rather for the
downfall of its Sultan, Abdul Hamid.
He has stood In the way of every form
of progress, and his administration has
witneaed the pereeutise and laughter
of more Christians than were ever told
t in prior Mbatory.
An outbreak of the poet few weeks
has resulted Is the maearei of at least

Asiati Turkey.
Tbis great aeriffle of human lives
has reaulted In a mighty revolution and
the eomptete dethroemmt of this de-

pole meareb. Tbe molutiosist.sare
nla control of Coastantinople sad have
declared Reechad gfnedi, his brother,
is seessorm .
Through this revolution Chrtiamnity
will be ale to obtain a safe footh dim
tbo darkest and most oppressive rgies
of the earth.

Tampa ant a doentIon to Tallahas.
sea toeppoo the prohibtionbland St
ahews pa aa-at o tbat ty divtr
iam e t the ealy th %bahe two efthe
we "%at outs O ashOi m.
t oven Tmpwa vo a majer ty for
homtwr MlAom., mtwlsttoel. be

*-a tha"t IT to -be smewat 1*"dr
skeady,.h- I thep refuw-seoet t
plob as OMMML

The1 Tm eDnnenmaS wmmoe
deas th s week at the ase of there -
cent kialn of Sherif Langtem, both
attributable to the aar* aemo, the 1B
eeets of hlind tiger whiakey. How
lona wi a suffering paubi submit to
the lawin.s s? It is time that the
people arise up i their aght and sep-
press this nefarious buda, both in
the city of Tallabasee mad in the

We hope he will continue to fight for
Democratic principles, and the more
Democratic they are the better.
It is the great misfortune of the
Democratic party that during the last
thirteen years too many Democrats re-
tired from politics and too many Demo-
crats ceased to fight for Democratic
principles.-New York World.
Our Senator McMullen is the acknowl-
edged leader of the prohibition cause in
Tallahassee, and that makes him all the
more dear to our hearts. Senator Mc-
Mullen is made of the right stuff, even
though he dad abandon the newspaper
field in days gone by.-St. Petersburg
Patten denies any responsibility for
the Increased price of wheat, and Sec-
retary Wilson says it is impossible to
corner wheat. The Patten pool. how-
ever, has cleaned up between $4,000.000
and $6,000,000. Somebody is paying
these profits, and if it is not the gene-
ral public, who is it ?

An escaped murderer who had been
at large for three years, and for whom
the officers had been hunting all that
time, was found last week in Fort My-
ers. And where do you suppose he had
been hiding all that time? He was
merely clerking in a store that didn't
advertise, and would doubtless never
have been found had not the sheriff en-
tered the store to attach the goods.

Of Senator Hunt Harris. of Key.
West, the Pensacola News remarks
that he in the only member of the Sen
ate who is an ex president of that body,
and further remarks: "He is a bold
and aggressive fighter-always in the
open and on the square, but there are
few able to get the better of him in a
debate. Senator Harris is a son-in-
law of Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State
Health Officer."

Up this way we have a high opinion
of the Culpeppers as evangelits of rare
power over the hard heart of men, but
we had not suspected that they were
equal to such "catches" as the follow-
ing which we find in the last issue of
the Plant City Courier :
"That must be a wonderful meeting
Mr. Culpepper 6 hodian down in Tam-
pa. A meeting which can get seeh
distinguished gentlemen a Peter 0.
Knight, Wahlos Stevall and Jack
knight Into te amon morer, asa to re-
ported, It somethingbeyond the eon-
eeption of the ordinary man out of
roach of ita mflmece."
What a quarsttet it would have been
if Claude L'Ugle had been amorg
these brands matohed from the bern-
lag I And they asy get him yet, but
there's not mea k me i trying until
after the Lisltatre adjouns, as
Claude. perhaps, has a few wordly
mores to settle durna the session of
that body that might net be compatible
with a chage of heart sand state of
gram.-Suwt ee. DemecratI

Iaaf W l lb
1hIM- v ms

RumA-- the ^^awa.x ^..
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Mr. Bryan, in a Kansas City inter-
view, has mads the following statement
relative to his political future :
While I hope that my party will not
find It nessarytosall for me as apresi-
dential endidete in the neat campaign,
I make the emphatic statement that I
have no intention of retiring from poli-
Uties. I began to fight for Doraeratie
principles long before my party beard
of me, and as I liva I shall continue it
as long as I have strength.
The Workld is pleased to find itself in
accord with Mr. Bryan on all these
We hope it will not be necessary for
his party to nominate him again for
We hope he will not retire from poli-

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Clade L'Engle's Tallahassee Sm has t bo-the dlhuslias w"am
reappeared. L'EaglIe ays a mmberofb ci --WeOf- t th
men are contributing the $15 mOse- We dis triIn*a ..d
asary to the issuance of the paper sad through the cont a, 0 Im
that their names are unknown to him. eante Thurday, until th
This is a wise precaution on the part of token and result amo meodatt
the donors. If Claude know their hueI tohhe tbik n ba
names, he would be soon asking for an Committee on Comstitiosal A
increase in the appropriation.-Tamps mThrL b
Times. Thirty-six business mo, from J
Tm ts. o S ha sonvilis were on hand, and tour of
But this is the only Sun that can en-spoke earnestly against the ai
lighten the dull and stupid legislator. ment. Their strong*et, and oftem
It must shine. argument being that It would "il
Florida's financial progrs~." "
Many visitors toTallahassaeearescan- the flow of gold into the State "
dalised to observe that Leon county one. The first speaker even ben
does not take care of her poor, old, de- the members not to be intild-ati
crepit negrroes. These old negioes, the presence of thbe ladle. thsir-l
worn out in the service of the white of flowers, cheers, Ac., andthis w
people and unable longer to earn a liv- peated by each sueeooding sp
ing for themselves, sit or stand along Another jealous advocate forth -
the streets and bees the passing stran- ey-getting business, implored the
ger for a nickel or a dime with which boer "for Christ's sake deuot "t a
to bty something to eat. Our criminals Not a single argument on that
are better treated, for they are well fed for the betterment and uplftlli
and housed. Leon county ought to be mankind, or the prottion o
humane enough to take care of her de- homes, all for material wealth, Bf
serving paupers.-Punta Gorda Herald. can readily see how easily their
We dare say that Leon county doe ments were outweighed th bo
as well as any other county in the State sub speakers as Rev. C. C. r
toward the support or aged and infirm of Orlando, Mr. A. D. D. Steve of
negroes. Many of those who solicit rill-Stevens Co, and our peerless
aims on the streets are already pension- Curtis, each of whom was greeted
era on the public bounty. These should round after r foundd of ap La
hearing ended at 5:0 p. m. lit
be prevented from soliciting alms. "busiomes men" had qu y oapI";i
Submiseles ia the L.galature. and away.
A number of ladies met
"0 sing unto the Lord a new song. ing during these days about 8 ,
for He hath done marvelous things, W. C. T. U. rooms and o5
His right hand and His Holy Arm hath prayer and son of pralnse l
gotten Him the victory!" over to the capitol. In the mo
Such was the key note of the praise they were ably assisted by earoet,
service held by our W. C. T.U. Women. I secrated women fromother
led by Miss Neal on Monday, April 26. Nelson and Mrs. McCrory among
It was a great victory, so far beyond Then each lady with a boq
our hopes and so pleasantly won that to the capitol and placed the
our hearts are filled with thanksgivir.g. the desks of the members i
Uf course you have all kept up with with theamendment. After the
the proceedings here in the Senate and of the amendment in the asnap,-
House and how the Constitutional nificent floral offering, with "b
Amendment paused in the Senate 24 to lations, was placed on Senator
7 and in the House 52 to 17. len's desk. A similar one waas i
It has been a great pleasure to have Mr. Hilburn's desk In the house, a
our dear faithful Miss Neal present following day after the victory t1
with her associates Mrs. Nelson and When the ,amendment was taleO
Mrs. Dean, rallying our women and in the house our women wr a
children, holding rnams meetings, attend- hand more than one hundred
ing the seaoiuns of the legislature and and in anticipation of a continuenl
in every way directing and forwarding sion had provided a lunch in an ad
the work fre were were numbers of our in rom. As on the day before M J
women from various parts of the state terest and enthusiasrs was
who by their presence and godly zeal and almost unrestrained. Indeed
aided and inspired our legislators in applause was so frequestand
the passage of this amendment, among that one of the members of th
whom were Mrs E. E. Packham, Mrs. suggested more than one0 (he
Standley, Mrs. R A Burford and Mrs. anti) that the applanse from tihe
E. Van-ood of Ocala, Mrs. J. Lee Me was unnecessary, and roan tea
Crory of DeLand, Mrs. Alice Shear of order to read the rules
Pensacola, Mrs. Fanny Price of Sop- disturba"oe in the gallery.
choppy, Mrs. Laura Mahony. Mrs it be stopped, After the vote wa
Bertna Burns and Mrs. Bradford of and result annoased, i*
Carrabelle; Mrs. D. F. Pattishall, of 'aain resounded threlgh the
Plant City, Mrs. I. N. Withers of La- they eae from them e. We
dy Lake and Mrs.J.C. Smith of Green*- ten to stad and give the whe
bore. salute-waving the '
On the day the legislature aseom- On Saturday aftern ea
bled the ladies of the city. under the entertained the W. C. T. U.
auspices of the W. C. T. U., The Wo- lgladios ta her lovey hmo.e
man's Club and the Town Improvement skirts of town. Theml wa
Aseociatuon, took flowers, aned t fully doeerated. Pewems In
bouquets, to the tol, placing a *bel e very side, and
offorlr ona oeh the soretaries, arv The ladies showe
preos, and all connected with that body elaties by atteadiasg i sg
were rmatweired. eia trays aag wehor.
p aed on ech spakr's dk. Ad mw. dear Mite rs, y eIaV
other ouesaslen flowers werie die"rihtd lag toegtbe, by prayer wr me,"
among tbe with good effect, shewlag not beat ease sad remt en the
at least that wo were deeply interatod alned In the eriang. bib
and standing by them tor all that e "know th wme2 lair
right sand a verw us in the
Mrs. Curtis' preosMee at this time i ms: Ad eatem them
was most orfatuate. She is truly "Te tIn love Ito their worts a "e .
Woman from TUxas-A WondrI" Her Let us rally to the h lp ef
addresses and argumets fell with tell- -our Miss Ne-saw e
lar force on th ears of those who heard time to felow hw a'dvioe
her, and am.bers of men have bees ship. eo atoeg -taIte0a
heard to say, "she is the maet eonvia the iAnal victory win boe
ilg spaker of all!" God bless ad A
IpSdher la her labor f love!ve- *
And what shall we say of-r mea- Jwmme-lags
our stroa ad true men. who ao amoblyr Hone. W. &. Jeal has m
o skillfully and so soeeessfully earrie to by the Trustees I thB!
this measure through, in spite of all prevemnet Fead to adores
obetacles and threatened etanaglmemas would deeand shead th ay
will aUiI foeow them, that God may. Ate-wGei3 S P 1 i

eonmt, anue touphnd gd them hip mk [
tMir dehbsrat.ess asdpia, givIf Oet ot the U at f

the c f the w pasqe of th e ^amlad Mr Jead msp M

ste eoa atr ha af 1r G
Th jShe -ehse > fXba^^^^

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would lay awake for
any apparent cau
0- terrible dreams
eM Bring oa extreme
"Z nervousness. After t
r. Miles' Nervine and
i awhile I could, sleep
Sthe nervous spells hav
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J' y soon becomes a wreck,
sad the healthful activity of all
the organs obtiuucted. Restful,
body-building sleep accompanies
d the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine
because it soothes the irritable
nerves, and restores nervous
f ergy. When taken a few days
,. according to directions, the most
restless sufferer will find sleep
natural and healthful. Get a
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if it does not benefit he will re-
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c- o
SemmNd sa Jacasoville and all Over
s. s se for cgres ma sparS.
S maa to Mit he U*es.
Jacksonville.-In Jacksonville, which
I the real political headquarters of the
state. it is generally conceded that ex-
Gov. N. B. Broward will again be a can-
dMate for the United States Senate
two y"r beonce. Governor Broward
was several days ago asked for a deft-
A e statement to his intention, but
stated that he did not care to talk at
S set There is little room for doubt
S st he will be in the race, however.
n this connectieu it might not be
iL Sto state for the benefit of his
umy friends and admirers, that Con-
Sm 8. M. Sparkmah is not only
to make thrae, but there
de a nead that he do so. Colonel
I' strea1th in Florida cannot
ed except by those
Sit visit JaekaoeiUe. Tal-.
smed o&er seetio eof the State.
resend t hos boe of representa-
oi sen that appeals to all, and
vIrla is lus work appreciated
Sh- it is done without pyro-
M J attahmets. No action ever
epsratsd in the gentleman's favor to a
I extent than his refusal to run
N msste In the last primaries,
B' e h bad a most excellent opportu-
7,I of wi r, sod remainiUc in tg
baeee of his value to the State
daler democratic member of the
anv d arbors committee.


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Col. Charles A. Choate visited his son
to Pmasel this week.

I carry a full stock of Silvers are and
Cut-gies suitable for weddingprenita.
P. T. Nicholeo, the Jeweler. 9
Mr. Hugh Black, a prominent farmer
from the western section of the county,
and a Confederate veteran, was in the
city Monday to attend the Memorial

D't forget Dr. Armstrong will be A dair t
h Iwic. Mtay M. oe board during the summer
Judge W. P. Williams, of Marianna, would be interested to confer with Mrs.
was is the city Tuesday. Floree Moore, North Monroe St., out.
S Ben. Don MeLoed, of Crawfordvll, side city limits. 10-tf
was In the ity Wednesday on business. We do only first class work. Let us
XMae of Rugs and Matt n at costse you. CA Co.
J. E.Unu ost 9-tf Tits CAPITAL STONI CO.
Mr. aid Mrs Thos. DxIer, of Jack. Abe Dsialynsky, of Tallahassee, a
amville. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. former Fort M d = O traveling for the
. Ram p Is Florida Paper Co., of Jacksonville, w"
--. ..... .it in town on Tuesday, in the mserest of
S tor W. H. Milton, of Mar- the above firm -Fort Mead Observer.
leans, was a distinguished visitor to .
e espitol this week. Mr. W. C Lewis, president of the
Wanted Position. --An experienced irst National Bank, attended the
hIelerl desires a c.hanse. Adldress Banker's Association meeting in Live
ae The True Democrat. 7-4t Oak. Mr. G E. Lewis, of the same in.
Utor Frank Mayes, of the stitution, was electedd one of the vice-
In Journal, made a short visit to Talla-. -pre .- ide t. .
nsei sthis wteek. or 6 dose 6" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 7.13t
Rev. L. W. Moore will conduct ser- .
vime at Boulevard church Sunday atf- Mr. and Mr. Thos. H. Hall have re-
teoon at 3. o'clock. I turned from New Orleans where they
-f" i .. have been spending the winter and are
Hon. Go. P. Raney, 4,of Tampa, I now on their Bradfordville farm. They
s sen a recent guest. of hins dstn will shortly go to Panacea for the
uinahed father in Tallahassee. summer.
The Mlrgest line of Straw i ats in The King's Daughters Association has
ity are now offered to the public just finished making some needed addi-
S Chittenden & Co. 9 tions and repairs to the Silver Crous
Mr. J. G. Gardner, speciflnsurance Hospital and are now prepared to ex-
agt from Jacksonville, came up to tend their usefulness in taking care of
lalw a Monday afternoon. i the sick and needy.

Mis Carolyn Chaires daughter of The beautiful line of hand-painted
Mr. Arthur Charos, of Philadelphia, is China carried by P. T. Nicholson, the
a guest of Miss May Alford. Jeweler, is becoming more popular e,.
Mr. Morton Riddle, of Jacksonville, cry day. Come in, let me show you. 9
s- appointed ,eterday a Colonel on Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wideman, of
governor Glechrat's personal staff. DeLand, came up to the Capital City to
Me eye trouble too complicated for attend the reception given at the Exec-
Dr. ArMsUat g. He will be here May utive Mansion. Mr. nd Mrs. Wideman
Ia,,lso7"dlO L Office, Bloxham Ho -were guests of Justice and Mrs. T. u.
I& .Shack leford on Park avenue.
S er doesa "66" will cure any ease Mrs. N. M. Bowenhas returnedfrom
t Chl s d Fver. Price 25. 7-18a pleasant visit toMrs. E. A. Dyke, in
M dJeffersoK, I ma Miss HIarla Dowen,
M rs. rCay h, as b e Je m, a ee Man owe,
asL t be ome aoy who aewompanied her mother, will re-
n_ l.a l 'at theBrom rs e main during the summer, a guest of
M MFleming, in, runswik, Mrs. Dyke.
S haft .....The Suilts seen on th strte notice
Ia haInT y OU e heouM able for sty t a nd s we
Mr d Dr. Armstrong and his drug- .ord~re ,-Chittenden & .0ad
g em. He has cured many po made by Ed. .Price of Chicago. 9
eMRganM -w .i. ..c. A large empty black bottle was found
M-of Raug and MattlnShaat east. saturday morning tossed out into the
J. TH. street. Upon it was pasted a slip of
Fetl. A. L. L. Suhrie Dean of the paper bearing the words "Gone Dry."
I Ldepartmnt at Stetson Univer. When the vot was nnounced last
i, spent several days irTallahassee, Friday that ave to the people the right
to express themeelver at the ballotbox
o i rruT-6 room house with large next November upon the prohibition
< sj.a on W. Joferson St. A question, the water reservoir across the
m ls Sue H Archer, 362 street from the Capitol was seen to run
St. .0 2t over with joy I
WAINTI.-Pereon to do type wri- Our first car of marble will arrive in
Sfar about two weeks, work can be a few days. Let us serve you.
atogat e apply at once to True THe CAPITAL STONE Co.
a1110 feRev. E. A. Harrison, pastor of the
M. L Vanderpool, of Jacksonville Riverside Church at Jacksonville,
M hds two daughters, Missee Rheaan preached an able and impressive ser
a Vanderpool, are guests of the mon at Trinity Sunday night. The
Noham hotel. minister spoke under considerable diffl
P. T. N chosoa, the Jeweler, can do culty, having sustained a broken rib
year watch work in a workmanlike from a severe fall a few nights .pre.
maNm r. Give him a trial. 9 viouas.
leastor McCreary was the honored Don't forget, if you are subject to
reiplent yesterday of a handsome bas. headache, nervousness or stomach
bAetf lowers from the W C T. U., of trouble, that Dr. Armstrong overcomes
bo-viilo all these troubles by the drugless sys-
iM la C. V.aon in Albany, a, tern. Also straighten cross eyes with-
S swhameswas call. d two weekago to ,out the knife. Iecan be seen at the
Mat81ei he funeral of her brother-in- Bloxham May 3d, 7th and 8th. 9
aw, Mr. N. L. Ragan. Captain George M. Lynch and Mr. K.
lea ns Sad almost anything to E E. Hall, members of the committee of
t J.wesry at Nicholeo's, e Jew county supenntende.ants p pointed to
N ls t frame bills on educational affairs for
S ... J W throp and Mr.. introd ton during the present s ion
3w went dows. wtoA p arm laco. thi uofLegislature. made Intoueting talks
t h down to Ailaechicoulas thia Wednesday morning to the students of
w" Whe. "will guts of Mr. the Woman's o (llege.
m' a.- ". u. i h Miss Minnie E. Neal, State president
eapreseataUve W. J. Epperson. of!f the W. C T. Union. is still in the
Lu y, ea.ty., has. been jon by in y, tho h sho expects to leave in a
149. who will remain hore during the few dayl for her home In Jacksavil.
oaaer of the lgslativeo asasion. Mrs. 4lm one of Mis Neal's able
W want yes mouomental work. iron aI tetan_ in the asendld work lately
Mssag 1 ad gpiag for cemetery. done b the W. C. T.U left for her
Tua home C.Miami, Monday afttrnoa.
Tn CAFAL USlTONE U There i no senomy In a cheap Shoe.
a l l Taeoe.aoee, Fla. hayg et the hbest, are
St. WINIMS -a Ma e b SaNo & Ba aad am by
liarns aa stand of Alafalasoa aChmiitoLTLon am
l ead and wid put uto Ave The Tree Dmeerat eelicead lasto
411101 ah bthay 1poe wa0 1at a gdeoatt0a aaa bxeaga a
a-0IMas. SIM astasp Iveret, o e at eatw "to do*ae. Mr. G.

over Mr. J. D. Cy's stoe. Nupotf
meeting to orVgai A Law and Order
League. All who believe in law and
order invited. Keember pce ,and
date. Cmzwxs,
Rev. E. A. Harrison pastor River-
side Methodist Chare. Jacksonville,
who last Tnday et had a severe
fan, rem i t brea of oneeof
his ribs, recovered sucient toretarn
he reserved a teleram from Key
t .ufermuin him that be was a
Srad r, ad it Is a by. Wedo bI
f be remembers that he ever had a
A new lot of braeoleta Just received
by Nidchmb, the Jeweler. 8
The rmalar preahbim merviee for
BoulevarW Chur will be odeed at
the telnt today at 330 p. m. Itis the
regular time for church eanferena
An invitation is extended to you to at-
tend this service. The work ea the
church boildin is prre well. and
S expect to worhip therein
about June lt.
Everything in Men's FPunianc
Goods carried in stock by Chittenden
& Co. 9

The Home Mission Society of Boule-
vard M. E. Church, South, id its -
ular monthly meeting Tuesday, Ap I
20th, at 8:J0 p. m., Miuas Julia Nims,
the earnest and ealous pemldent, in
the chair. All the officers were prea-
ent and ready with their reports. A
majority of the membership and several
welcome visitors attended and admisted
the president in carrying out the wall
arranged p.ogram. Those meetings
are instructive and helpful. Visitors
and new members are always welcome.
Mrs. Nannie Webb Curtis, the bril-
liant prohibition lecturer from Texas,
left Tallhassee last Saturday, taking
with her the gratitude and admiration
of a large number of our citizens. Up
to the moment when it was necessary
for her to leave for the station Mrs.
Curtis had been one of the immense au-
dience of interested outsiders who were
resent at the "love feast" in the
house Saturday morning, and, on leav-
ing the Capitol, she was escorted down
the steps by Senator McWillianms the
anti-prohibition champion in the House.
Both bore large bouquets of flowers,
and parted the best of friends.
How about that monument, iron fen-
sing and coping.
The article by Hon. John Y. Detwiler,
in a recent issue of the Morning News,
is extremely complimentary to woman.
In the articlee, which is a plea for Wo-
man's suffrage, Mr. Detwiler calls wo-
man the "stone which the builders re
jected" when erecting the structure of
civil government, and says that until
woman is recognized as having equal
rights with men this structure wil be
deprived of its bet strength, and re-
main unfinished as a pyramid without
its apex I
Dr. C. C. Carroll, whose splendid ar-
gument before the committee on Con-
stitutional Amendment won for him the
plaudits of an e athoeetie audience,
gave a magniaeent lecture at the house
of representatives last Saturday night.
Hespoke on "Christian Citiseahip,"
and handled his subject in a most mas-
torly manner. Mr. Carroll, It is said.
will shortly become a citizen of Ken-
tucky. If this is true, the Blue Grass
State is to be congratulated upon the
admission into her ranks of able re-
formers, such a man as this distin-
grished divine, lecturer and author.
White Canvas and White Kid Low
Quarter Shoes and Pumps, for Ladies,
Misses and Children, always carried in
stock by Chittenden & Co. 9
A large card party was given last
evening by Mis May Alford, at her
handsome home on N. Monroe St., in
honor of her guest. Miss Carolyn
Chaires, of Philadelphia. The table
were placed on the spaeious veranda,
which was brilliantly ighted from over-
head, so that the gueto might have the
benefit of the cool perfumed air from
the garden, where, roses, lilies and vio-
lets clustered in rich protusion. A
large number of guests were present,
and a delightful evening spent.
Hon. A. C. Creom, of Tallahassee,
St ate Comptroller, was a prominent
Floridian who vsi ted the Metropolis
yesterday. Mr. Croom was a guest of
the Aragon Major H. L.
Bethel, of Tallahame, military secre-
tary to the governor and one of the
most extensive tobacco planters of
West Florida, is among the prominent
Floridiano who are reitared at the
Park. -Timem-Ualon of 2th.
Rev. Crawford Jackson. general sec-
rotary of the Juveamile Protective Amo-
elation, will preask at Trinity Metho-
dist church Sunday eight, which will be
a union service. This is an inteState
organiaton, workia for the upbuild-
Ing of the young. fT igetleman is
here to work fe temeees of the Ju-
venile Court and prilitien bill which
has been framed and Watroieed mIn the
seaste by Mr. IaEaM .
aMr. T. u. maefa tertat id on
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A splkn a mmnw t at PlM sad Imy Phekgms.
Tallahassee Drug Co.,
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ffiesaboutau lowut asiUi
to get them.
costs about the same for ao p
one as for a goodone. Any a .,
iB ^--" ing below a certain point -0,
lMJB n l' ~therefore be in the eharae of
the materials. That isnot amv.-
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you wh en you consider how mush
depends on the staonehnme of a
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Kfnt'es Daughters Ne n.
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughtere will be heMd at the
home of Mrs. Meginniss on Friday next,
the seventh, at four o'clock As tha is
the meeting for the annual election of
officers, all the members are requested
to be present.
Presidind Elder Will Preach.
Rev. L. W. Moore Presiding Elder
of Tallahassee District, will preach in
Trinity Methodist Church next Sunday,
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Visitors and leg-
islators in the city over Sunday are in-
vited to come and hear him. The choir
will render some good music, and barr-
ing accidents you will hear two elo-
quent discussions.
n. Wilse Ball Dies.
Mrs. Wilson Hall. daughter of La-
fayette Wooten, died at her home in
Waukeenah Monday, and her remain
were brought here on Wednesday and
interred in the city cemetery at 4 p. m.,
services being conducted by Rev. A. L
Woodward, eteor of the Waukeenab
Methodist church.
Deceased was a nice by marriage of
Messrs. C. A. Cay and J. D. Cay, of
this city, and formerly rided here,
where she had many friends who were
pained to hear of her sodden death.
lanmai Sam U4n 0ew1.
April 28.-T. P. Strickland, Jr.. and
H. Strickland attended a pound party
given by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wood-
berry, at their home dear Hinson, Fla.,
on last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Jula Trice, with Master Willis
Strickland visited Mr. Woodberry's
family going on Friday afternoon and
return f on Sunday.
Mrs. H. Woodberry and nephew,
Master Willie McElvey, paid us a visit
at Dogwood last Monday, stoppi over
night and returning to her bomeTuea-
day. They expected to visit Mr. Al-
bert McElvey on their return home.
Miss Maggle Brown returned home to
Docwood on Monday.
rs. A. Green stayed overnight with
us Tuesday night at Doewood.
We have just been informed that A.
C. Ely has not bought the Patten place.

nm Nemeolrm.
Miss Ella Maddox has gone to her
eternal rest I On the morning of Arl
26th, 1909, while at breakfast she had
a stroke of paralysis, became nOW
scious almost i edately. All I
done that loving hands andberta, wlt_
the assistance of two pbyseclamn,
do, but about 8:30 in the evening her
spirit departed this life. She made her
home in the family of Dr. E. Chrisot
of Lloyd Fla. where sahe was oored
and much beloved by each member of
the household and ao by a lare cir-
cle of friends. On the 27th, at 11-
o'clock a. m., the friend gatberaed
the home where Miss Ella will be ady
missed to pay the last loving tnbtae
with Aowers, sympathy, and tender
son V .
T-e service was conducted by Rev.
Thos. Williams. In a few earnest re-
marks, he pointed to the beutUtul ea b
acter of the deeaaed, which is p
trayed in the following prayer found la
her Bible by a friend:
"Ohi Lord we eome before Thee
with humble and asoner hearts thank-
ing Thee for all of ood es and u des
to ua nd fer a fatth O eto that It
may bre down our pride, root eat ear
**ea hnesm and tir up our aetvitles.
Help us to take up our croe asnd emna-
crate ourselves anew each day that we
Hve. Fill our hearts with love for Thee
and our fellowme."'
The body was interred at Mlseonmkto,
five miles from which plae as w
born about 56 years. She
reared by Dr. aad Mrs. W. i
her parent having died when shd We
quite young. She was for may yea-
a consistent member of the Method4t
E. Church, South.
She will be missed i many homes In
Tallahassee, where ahe was always a
welcome inmate.
Farewell, farewell, thou'hast ntef
the reet
Of the pure and the good, their home of
the blest;
We would not recall thee, no! rather
The home of the purified with thee to
TALLAHASsEi, Aoril 28, 1909.
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We handle every known form of corn-
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Dr Armstron, in person, will be at
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May 3rd. 1 day only.

Makie for' Pablication

U. S. Land Od*e at Galnesville. Florida,
April loth. 190,.
Notice is hereby given that Edward Gray, ot
Ocklocknee. Florida. who. on April Il. l'i, inmade
homestewl entry. No. 5415, Serial Number 02547.
for mouth half of north east quarter. action .
townshipI 1 outi. rangeI west. Tallshaoim me-
ridian, has flied notice of Intentkon to make final
five year proof to elaim the land ahtve d(wribad.
before the clerk of tha circuit court at Tallhas-
see Florda. on the th day of May. I '9.
Claimant names as witness".:
William H. Bradshaw. of Talaha-mie. Florida.
Jackson Gray. of Tallahasee. Florkia.
Thomas J. Geddle. of Ocklocknee. F orila.
Edward F. Hale, of Ocklocknoe. Fhlrida
-st Henry 8. Chubb. Register.

Guard"ia's Notice.
N]OTICE is herebygiven to whom it may con.
oewa. that as guardian of Charles W. Man-
nine. minor,. I will make applicatwn tA Ihpe coun.
ty judge of Laon county. Florida. at his cmice in
the court house in the city of Tallahamsse. cm
Monday. May 10, A. D. 1IM, at 10 o'clck a. m.. or
as oon thereaftr a I can 6r heard, for out hority
to sell all that certain tract of lal., described an
W 4 of a a except ton aere, off the w side of
section 20. township i n. ranfg te- ,Oa sces.
N V ofae V of secion au. townriiip n,
range e-4 0 cream .
Swt of w of section 21. township I n.
ramne t e-40 acres.
W ofn ,4 of n w Ue o m township 3 n. range
Sce-O acres.
W 'I of n 4., *zxept i0 acre off the w side.
running Its final length. of section 29. tawnnship I
n. ranges e-?O acre,.
E of n aind a i4of section 29. township I
n. ranser e-400acres.
S, of of section, township S n. range
e M 0 aeres.
S r of na and an of n a of action 31
town.hi| i II rantel e-120 acres.
N w tI of section U, township 3 n. ranie. t
-ltiO acres.
All ,itu.ted in the State of Flirida. county of
l~,- n. sMa. MATrIs K MAnMIN,,
?1-4w (uasrian of Charles W. Maiiii..,

Pr.iviiling for the kotrpinw of lthie tr.etai of the
cit) of Tallahassiw in ttmul r,, air.
It r'nlaiil .1 by the city c'urn li of the city iof
uf 'TlFHllahoo.w. am fi llhi:
*eLti4in 1. That Iht piuruKir c f <(h |l,.ter -,4
ol1 th.'la*w of l",,rila .- rli atn met 1,t prtvlde fior
thei kep mee in Iori.l r'srair that v ,imy able-laNdid siale
1p4rwmn ,over the ge o(f rightilril y>rp and iuniter
the age of firty.five year*. rroxoinlntii i there city
of Tallaha..e.. Florida. .ir 1 lni dayr. anl I,* ine
not asoseemw for any city tax.e ut,n ril i or pr'o
1.nai pliop rty. sall L.o .ulij i.t nawl lial, eA,
woill on 'h street sail tirdi in sual c:-) f..r
snot rore than smx des in i'e h year i'roviil.l.
that much person so subot-i tu ot-l*. dwiy may
ptrfurm such serve b) an a*il--lliet ult i iqtu ,'*.
over the sio of sixter.
to-the chief 0o police the sunm of fifty renits or
each day he Is required to work. taking his re-
ceipi for the same and said chief o' police shall
pay to the city treasurer the sunm so rcAlected at
thr, end of very monti Nu persn shall be c'n-
gelled to work the etrpeti for more thaei thim.r
days n any one week except in came of storms ur
SItitenl. Esamptions. All mainwd and dis-
abled peron who shallJI procure elprtficatims of
such disaliity from lmeni ed practicing physi-
anha. psa osedansounid mind. members of the
Tallahaie Voouateer Fire Uvpartm ,I. member
of the bloahaKi I"fs and ministers Is charge of
a eiurchshall be exempt from attrt duty under
tWi ordlname.
ldetiok 2. The ehiefof police shall summon, is
writing or la person at such limes aid in such
nuIbm aa the chairman o the eh of ttroeummitte
Ima devn advisabl all perMis Ulale to street
duty. giving at least three days mi eael ia
mas aO storms and casual(ea. whebt m* day'ls N
te shall be euidnt. f the time and pi at
wlih such person shaIll rport to the upo
imtendeA t of aitret for work sad ameh notk itf
In wrtig may be sered by leaving It with a
member of the family *wr the We of twelve
earnatnis /plan of reWea
1ess 4. Any such person fainHs or rfouailg
to wol the streets whts notified ad als fall
anid ratfeslg to par said money iel thw a.
sha be feed not less the an five ddluas Mor more
tfan ta dtOaro e r ipristned in the city jail
for lem theM ive days nor more tha ten days I@a
the dlserties of the mayor.
Iertie &Thisolrdinasce shall take effect ta.
m*dl*sly *pon it sWseaW and peproval by the
P"Ia by the city aoumetl of tUe eity of Tall.
ss F torMia. *t raular imeinU heildnAprfti
I. 10 W. M. clntoesh. Jr..
Attat: Praadeq CiMy C-onciL
A II. Williams. City Clrk.
Approved April l 5L.
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(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
We extend greeting, also delighted welcome in our home paper to
the charming posteas of Tallahassee (formerly of this county), and hope
Mrs. Knott will often entertain us with beautiful poetry, and any other
writing shbe may feel inclined to contribute to "our Banner."

"If no one knew that you and I
performed the loving deed ;
If no one knew whose hand supplied
The wants of those in need ;
If no one knew and no one cared
Whether we of our bounty spared,
(Save One who dwells in heaven above),
Would we perform the deed of love ?
If no one knew, or praised our name,
Would we perform it just the same 7"

The approval of the "One who dwells in heaven above" should
most assuredly incite us to perform the "deed of love." What is
earthly praise compared with our Heavenly Father's smile of appro-
bation ?
Yes, friends-
An early flower bestowed unasked,
A light and cautious tread,
A voice to softest whispers hushed,
To spare an aching head ;
Oh, things like these, though little things,
Kindliest love disclose ;
As fragrant atoms on the air
Reveal the hidden roqe.
"If friends should doubt and misconstrue
The motives of the good we do,
And persecute us day by day
By all that they could do or say;
If censure, in her scorn, should rise,
Our every effort to despise ;
If grief and sorrow also came,
And grave suspicions brought our name
Down low to whisperings of shame,
Would we perform the loving deed
And help supply the brother s need 7"
The contemptibly vile brother, in that case, certainly would not de-
serve "the loving deed." Scorn and avoidance should be his portion.
You know it takes a Jesus to pray for such an evil-minded persecutor.
Men, not women, crucified even glorious Jesus, the pure Son of God.
Not she with trait'rous kiss her Savior stung,
Not she denied him with unholy tongue ;
She, when apostles shrunk, could daggers brave,
Lust at the cross and earliest at the grave.
If scandal's mean lip would seek to stain the name you hold as boa-
or's crown, by y(,ur own purity of character refute the low lie. Avoid
the lisse originator as a serpent, vicious and poisonous. Those who
tamper with a pure charactcr are destined to the most awful place in
the world hereafter.


Rather than shirk our Master's work,
Would we a thorny path pursue?
Would you and I prefer to die
Rather than Ie untrue ?
Would we count everything but loss
And glory only in the cros
Of Jesus erueifed ?
And would our hearts be satinsfed,
And still delight His will to do
If no one saw and no one knew ?

The precious words of Jesus awaken within us the idea of what we
are here for, or of what we are doing with our life. We are here to
contribute something of worth to the great life of humanity of which
we form a part. We are a part of a great whele-that whole is bo-
If God permits, we sure can trust
His depthlees love so true ;
His ways, unknown, are ever just,
His mercies ever new,
We will not stray
From God's own way,
In which His wisdom, now concealed,
Some day, by love, will be revealed.

"Ah, wherein dwells the sweet desire?
What motives do our work inspire ?
Would you and yo and I so joyful be
If there were none to know or see,
And none to praise the good we do ?
Would you and I be jusl and true
If no one knew?


Just now everything seems to be whispering, "Hope !" The leavs
bave burst forth, the tI.wers are shedding their fragrae o'er bsetifll
lawns, o'er meadows and hills, yt.t, when mauImi come, they me all
die We are not unlike the flowers; we, too .mut die-the rich and
poor-the happy and miserable. Therefore, we should be true to tdo
right, casting fragrance and beauty in our places of life.
When the eares of life are many,
And its burdens heavy grow.
Think of wak unes ejlue beekl you-
If you eve theM, tell them so.
What ymu est of little value
Has a ia sha t m ie power.
And bweeath their k seashe
iMre will bu MIess Ike a rower.. .

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BAB sad*a nMnotyte tin 0days f 04 gw, ewe MW Two yeart' 6i44s, *W
S |The biut r in he men of the Booth have eord which e had wstte ape the
proved their right to that title. Unlyv a' pag of Aqperian history with e Ufine
inAfe erTa tdd low yeaps ago, when we went forth to post of the bayonet.
JJUwar aainst foreign fue, Puritan and As Ge -eral Lee said In the last :rdir
Cavalier oneto again side by side, and he ever issued to his soldiers, they could
I this time we trust forever, showed to go to their homes witt the conscioumnps
(CGetinued from let page) the world what a dangerous foe the of duty well and faithfully performed.
,.. be American was, when WSouh and Newt, Ye.t. what a prospect was that which
thirty-two years he had t wn a united to figrt the battle of the Re. the Southern soldier faced? The hills
0611111p11 to the drum tap and public. and valleys of the Southland wer-
the tarm and bstpe, and', Like the metal in the cruciole, melt- rdged wit graves of his comrades. In
all those years he was a; Ij by the fierce heat of the furnace, so the beautiful and pathnetic words of
s o the rest American re- were the warring and discordant ele- Grady. where he deocrild the Confed-
vlsaing for himself the seem ments of the American Republic melted rate soldier at Appomattox. "he was
estlon of bis comrades, and the in the fiery crucible of battle, and on ragged, half-starved, and heavy heart-
of his fellows throughout the mighty anvil of war, fashioned by ed, enfeebld by want and wounds,
M .. the hammer and stroke of cannon, these having fought to exhaustion, he sur-
he was a Virginian, he was one elenents were at last welded into one renders his gun, wrings the hands of
1t-he Sothn's noblemen. He loved the grand and glorious whole. comrades in silence and, lifting his tear-
and Strip he cherished the Forth from the homes and flrelde stained and pallid face for the last time
j p limsociation of his cm- of the South went, in the early sixties, to the graves that dot the old Virginia
in the Union army, but the hour a mighty army of brave and loyal men, hills, be pulls his gray cap down over
eI Mai.e. scam upon iims. He tood and what has become of them? Shall his brow and begins the slow and pain-
i the levitation to seond to the I tell you ? Only a few are left, but a ful journey homeward "
-ma.d of tim entire United State thin ray line o that once mighty host, As the footsore and weary soldier
r to prove loyal to theome ofrand ret are sleeping the last long turned his face southward from Appo-
the hom of his childhood and sleep. mattox in April, 1865, what did he fnd?
J M forerfathr Thousands hove died since peace His home was destroyed, his field were
dWeI dwe know with what courage spread her white wings over our land, deaoiste, his government was over-
sr.pBandd to duty and the call of na- and many, many thousands fell upon thrown and his former slaves were now
S lad. We well know with what the battlefield Today they sleep on the clamor to be tus lords and masters.
t he was received IDR eendli hills of Virginia, beneath the waving But w th the same dauntleMss courage
early '.0s, when he returned t Old bluegrass of old Kentucky, by the with which he had faced death in battle,
mDam, to take up the defreuo.f a. shores of the Atlantic and beyond the he took up the burdens and obhgations
.ied sad th e esteem la which he Missisieppi Valley. And many of those of civic life. Aud how well be builded
b ee by every true son of the gallant and brave heroes sleep in the we all know, for we have but to look at
l ne his b allant surrender at cities of the dead of our own beloved the South today, the new South, the
tto, nearly a half ~ntr o State. great, growing, vigorous young giant,
W at a true picture of General LO "By the flow of the inland rivers, to see what he wrought.
W that paintedIn othe brilliant words Whence the fleets of iron have fled; Long years have passed since the
aDaBjamiln H. Hill, when hesaid : Where the blades of the new grass smoke drifted from the last field of
"He was a toe without hate, a friend quivers. battle, and the cannon's lips grew cold.
without treachery, a soldier without Asleep are the ranks of the dead." On trampled fields where the battle
( Mty, a victor without oppression, Unknown and unmarked are many of raged, now wave the harvests of golden
ai victim without murmuring. He their graves, but over them drift the grain, and where the crimson tide of
-- a publie ofcer without vice, a pr- leaves of autumn with their mournful carnage flowed, the fitlds of cotton lift
tate etisan without wrong, a neighbor mahas And in the Spring the whippoor- their white banners of peace.
Without reproach, a citizen without hy- wil sings its requiem. Dead and their The South. which in 1866 was pros-.
and a man without guile. ie raves unknown but yet not forgotten, treated and poverty stricken, today
'00M without his ambition; a &or they are ensfrined in the hearts of stands In the forefront of the nation, no
k without his tyranny; Napo- the Southern people. We love and longer downcast and poor, but rich and
without his slfishnese, and Wash- cherish the memory of the South's strong and powerful, and destined as
without his reward. He was as chieftains, and down through the ages the ears go by to secoine still more
l tt to authority as a servant, and we should pay tribute to them. mi hty.
royal In authority as a true king. And just here I desire to especially rn all this advancement the soldier of
jvery nation boasts of the dds of pay tribute to the memory of the pri- the South, no longer a soldier of war,
VW performed by their soldiers, but vat soldier of the Confederate army. but a soldier of peace, has played a no-
nta esua. greater right to boast The Generals who commanded aim ble part, and bequeathed to us, the
Its sokldi and their deeds than ha have been immortalized. Their name children of the New South, a "goodly
te Amrian republic, and it is the are known throughout the civilized heritage."
proud heritage of he young manhood world. Their brilliant achievments have In the years tfat have passed since
d the fair daughters of the present become a part of the history of our Appomattox, Death, with his scythe.
r that the bravest deeds of country. Their names are chisled in the has been busy, and of the brave hosts
Allf% history were performed by everlasting granite which hands down which went forth to battle, only a hand-
SlMims of the Southland. to posterity the names of Lee, Jackson, ful are left, and soon those, too, will
The phalanxes of Alexander the Ise- of Hood and Bragg, of G ordon and Hill, pass away.
of Caesar, the Old Guard of Na. and Kirby Smith, of ourown fair State. Only a few more years and on Memo-
were brave and heroic men, but But of the private soldiers who rial Day we will no longer meet the
didrs of the South on an hundred fought and told and marched and suf- veteran with whitened locks and feeble
of battle showed the world that feared, whose deeds made the men whose step. Soon the conflicts of the Civil
were brave and more heroic than names we have just mentioned famous,. War will be but a memory, without liv.
aem who had made the history of but little has been written. ing witnesses to attest to the mighty
and Rome and France what it Here and there a lonely marble shaft struggles; but a memory which will be
lifts its head to the blue dome of Heav- to us an inspiration.
Whe la n all the history of the world on in commemoration of those humble When in the busy rush of life and in
SyoM find seuh carnage as at Chicks- men, and here and there some match- the prese.ce of great questions which
Cold Harbor, Gettysburg and less orator has told his story of devotion try men's souls, when, perchance, we
Wde ? And then remember But no words of mine can tell of the are tempted to turn from the right and
he sme who endured that awful courage and fidelity of this humble but give up the battle for an Ideal republic,
- of battle, without wavering or matchless soldier of the South, as can then can we think of the men who wore
until erushed by superior num- thoee beautiful words of Fitshugh Iee, the gray, and who on countless fields
N Yowe n mon of A merica were sol- In which he said: fought and died for what they believed
a the Southern Confedoracy, "The picture of the private soldier of was right; and be inspired to greater
tae f n Mied to form this great i e's army at Sharpebu, as he stood and nobler deeds.
the Puritsan and the Cavalier. In the iron hall witrhhi old, torn, slouch In the words of an eminent states-
Si and beautiful coast of Vir- hat, his bright *ye glistening with the man: "I have seen at midnight the
brigt with Its verdure and flow- excitement his powder-stained face. gleaming headlight of a giant locomo-
S the Cavalier, light-hearted, rent jacket and torn trousers, blanket tive, rushing onward through the dark
Sth porfme of the wild roe upon feet inthe dust of battle. He was a ty. and I have thought the spectacle
i ps sad the pure white lilly of very tatterdemalon loading and firing grand; I have seen the light come over
S1 greeted himr and all nature his rile with no hope of-reward. no the eastern hills in glory, driving the
to rejoce that he had found a promise of promotion, no pay and scan- lazy darkness, like miSL before a sea-
emm In this wilderness of beauty. ty rations. If he stopped one of the born gale, till leaf and tree and bladeof
f bleak and rockbeond coast of enemy's bullets he would b buried grass sparkled as myriad diamonds in
w land eame the Puritan, stern- where the battle raged, in an unknown the morning rays, and I have thought
and M a outrageous, and standing grave, and be fojrottes except b, that it was grand; I have seen the
at r ed shore, with the angry comrad and po by poo o lightning leap at midnight athwart the
et the biw at hi back, he faced mother who was yin n her South. storm-swept sky, shivering over chaotic
Sava land and still more savage rn home for the afe return of her ol. clouds, mid howlilg winds, till cloud
dier boy." Surely this picture ought to and darkness and the shadow-haunted
Tetonly song that greeted him was be framed as General e said it should earth flashed into mid-day splendor,
i Tan song of the storm wind, and be in the hearts of all who love true and I have known that it was grand."
of the perfume of the roee and courage wherever found One of the But the grandest vision that I can be.-
-tlloof the pure white lilly, he saddet sights, and one which cause the hold, next to the radiance that flows
e. the- fratrance of tUh pine tears to dim the vision, is to stroUll from the Almighty's throne, is the bril.
the early settlement of the through a cemetery where rest our sol- liant picture portraying the patriotism
jfs ed rapidly iits dierdead. and see on the pale white of the Confederate soldier, as that pa.-
aLdso ritan and .avaher, stones that single word, "Unknown" triotism arose in its mornmg of glory
I M .e, the ome with the braewy Perhs of him who ,sleeps emth it in 1861, shined forth in all the brilliancy
I oft the mn who followed -- -d ....e br...... of its mid-day splendor for a space of
S Reprt, thea othnerw with t nhe m" t bMe sa a h was the ral vet ears and then dild i 1866, passed to
l and ~na-inshin," eer. of bavet e lora s fallie f Mn t setting gold,. and took repos tb-
-r O lver Cromwells ireasid' of haS falghin e d neath the western hills-not to be for
their blood on the Aelds tf h dying h hap h ms e gotten, but to be remembered, to be
aad laid the foundatin of .form, rushed and bleeding, by lym honored,. to be cherished and perpetus-a
Republic on the globe. hoofs and whls of artillery, was le b ted by the il"ant sons anid t noble
yars more and Puritan antd e ft d of battle, a mute but ..o- and fair daughters of our native South-
SioL r e-lmsde by ides, faced quent wit a protesting against then i
-2 -_- abrutality of war, and who can tell the -ln- ._ I..
idefeatedher hopes that. may. have ben rape in In 1889 an act was by the leg-

a- e rd Pit~a, thnd sol dier who sleps beoathT islature defining the IZdries of C.-
es far ofd Meaiean battleeld I his far away Southemrn home hi.s lumbia county The boundaries as laid
the bueor of the Amercan le- gray -haired mother may have waited down in the act embraced all of Suwan-
ln o y-enars orhis retur; a toud and nee county and repealed all laws in

then but a span of years, d truisti wife may have listed in vain conflict therewith. So, dur ng all the
a Cavaier were on the d th fotr alls which ones brought joy years nce 18 there has been no legal
N longer aide by side, but to her ear.l. Possibly It was chiWden, Suwannee county in this State. It is
eah ern the bloodifet war orphaned in their babyhood, who would strange that mom defeated lawyer in
Shas ever ss, a aonelt that never knew the loving touch of a fath. the courts of Suwannee county has not
haealtye." 'r had;. pru a sweetheart discovered this and taken advantage of
ev hieve b pee roe rthe ur of it by fling a plea in abtement.-Jae-
00NM1w of aMT .wIerrM' to e re aun- prrNew,.
SLAM d b eMMrw t eM leae, nommeted rave. Four thousand dollars worth of vege-
Ip t e the t*m d S o te tables were sold in Plant City in one
hMI- M M&1 6-IAf sb..&1m l. S he. So.6Pr sthe y


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or Powerto c- ma ON on Al e bewe, hemw~w. w"iWh hd uadmrnsd
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AX. ..- _.-- -. ---11 --- v -M
SPEAC OF E ON. JO11 L. NKElLY Georgia perhaps more stropgly than
-.. the citizen of any other state. As a
PlacinglI s mat--I-"- I- De-.acn youth, he earnestly and sbontly tru
P.?ctc r-.u- -t-he Uem. C o gled between the plow handles through
U. rietcer for teL U. S. Senate. the long years of the civil war, while
Hon. John L Neel of on county, hs faer was fight beneath the
placing Duncan U. Fletcher in nom- stars and ba for outhrn rights and
nation for the United States Senate Southern homes.
before the house on Tuesday said: There under those trying conditions
"Again, the hands of time have and through those rugged days, was
swept across the dial, marking the the foundation of his character laid so
passage of time to the arrival of this deep and lasting as in the years to come
hour when we, as the representatives to maintain the great superstructuaoeW
of the people of Florida and by their and trust ot a might people now rest-
direction, assemble for the purpose of ing on it. Applying himself studiously
choosing a Federal Senator to represent after the war was over, he made his
them in the National Council Halls. way through the college of his state,
And this, indeed, is a great distinct and finally graduated from that great
tion to the one upon whom it is con-. Southern seat of learning, Vanderbilt
ferred, for it is generally conceded to University at Nashville, Tenames.
be that of all the successes of our Fed- The honors he bore off in his eeool
eral Constitution, the Senate of the days amply attest the same application
United States is undoubtedly the and meal that made his plow-boy days a
greatest, success, and leaving that institution,
So steadily has it grown in popular be turned his face southward to the
favor, not only in this country, but little city nestling on the banks of the
abroad, that it has come at last to be St.'Johns river, and from that day to
recognized as the greatest legislative this, 26 long years of his life is a page
body on the face of the earth; it has in the history of Florida, he has boen
served to a better extent the purposes an honored and loved citizen among
of its creation than has any other or- those with whom he east has lot.
ganization under our Constitution, and Soon they found the measure of his
has done more to justify our faith and moral worth and called him from one
the wisdom of our fathers as founds- high and honorable position to another,
tion layers for a mighty superstucture and at the end of each and every eor
of government; it has cast a greater vice their beautiful words of comman-
radiance on the intellectual zone of dation have fallen upon his ears and
American politics and stateimanship sunk into his soul, "Well done those
through succeeding generations thi good and faithfulservant." awsy man
day, than all the achievements of other though he has been, he has never been
governmental institutions combined. too busy to lay aside personal gain or
Partaking, as it does. oftthe legisla- employment to answer to his peoples
tiv, executive and judiciall functions call. He has seen that little city grow
of the government, it has served to to a beautiful metropolis; he has co i
check extremism in the other branches tribute much to her splendid pr ra, .
and mold sound legislation., through all of her distress and grief
It is therefore not surprising that as has been a loyal and loving son, true W
the years have rolled on, the people every trust, and his unflagging Seal I
have awakened to the importance of and patriotic ardor have been an anpir-
carefully preserving the high standard nation to his fellow citizens; he has seem
of this great body by taking into their his state grow and blossom, her fields
own hands in a large measure the cleared and her products supplying the
selection of those to be distinguished demands of a hungry and shlvering
by having this great honor conferred world; he has seen her grow to a
on them. mighty commonwealth, ranking only
And great indeed i. that man who. second now in this great sisterhood of
measured by the jealous scrutiny of states in her progressive strides, and I
his felly citizens. so wins their conft- believe, air, that no man has ever
dence as to be lifted by them to this served her more conscientiously, in-
high elevation, where he must stand spired by a greater seal for her Wp.
in the limelight as a cheaen champion building and a loftier desire for her
to battle for their conviction while the material progress along all lines. and I
world gases upon him, a national figure. believe that her people have made se
And .rMet must be the appreciation mistake in calling him now to oesup v
that wellsin the heart of a man when as their chosen champion the forum of
he reflects upon the great honor that the United States.
is conferred upon him by the people of As I intimated at the outset, the
his commonwealth. honor is a great one, the trust a sared
And. Sir, when that commonwealth one, the responsibility a fearful ome,
is one to inspire every high and holy' e merits the honor and the trust, sad
sentiment in the bosom of man, it is our knowledge and experience of ham
beyond the power of human imaglns- in the past warrants us in the pre
tion to conceive the splendid emotomI diction that we have cbosen wisy,
that must stir his heart' depths. as be and that be will in every sense measure
looks out upon the fairest land that u tothe reponsibilities of this e*-
God's sun ever shed his rays upcn, as ated o e.
he thinks of her splendid pro.reie and
ot her great future, the welding of He will stand upon the floor of the
which, is in a measure given into his Senate far away from his beloved
care. state, ut we believe him to be a great
He looks out and beholds the trana- Ci Jat and that hIs honest ert a
lucent streams, splendid lakes and near- ; .... Ia a_ % ,Wi be...t t
by Mea fleeced with the whte-wint ge 0
messeagers of commerce, he heore s n w& .woa
thunder-roar of her mighty monters. l
of steam, as they rush hither and go t om exe-aLse of his a' 4.A
thither, bearing her commerce from s ,, the ., ey o or
city to city and emptying laomi .p1 --. re e
souls into her borders .. he earsn th of the elvised wto w he e
hum of electricity, the whirr of factoEry credit upon t people w have
wheels and the echo of the builder'a wM h, .
hammer fall. -. Speaker, it affords me o
He bobokber itatutaio of l arn- t V1 Plea0r11 to1
I and her etade" of hpe. and very. ot r c 8 fore t f.
w ro he looks hi ea ert plpitaS-te 1.nit. $AteW s US r a
with pride that sesh a &people s bold g-har W nd l
have bekeed him from as g their r n Ld U. i- -.Dl
fIlsw eltinees their representative the shamed o
lais to geetMMoft *swof atdo
But tem. m r, let M ,t ear -
that we o ,e w ahtto I t nd is th.t ..
beit andw Se with le ist, i
aM iper *B wh- -e-r o m O of W e ef

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Wsiuig a geatEr p tion of
Mlve FrMay to obtaint thevote
alksi.nbils MUl, sad hearing the
assert that he latended to talk perhaps a e ple of hours,
nmssasu e himself. and that sev-
1,m twereto followhimwe de-
--t1a votewold Mnt be reached
li lowing day. and put The
sl Peoa to pressI
P11&S a eqple of boars, however.
ae had voted. and each vote was
eseuded as follows:
Alexander. Boland. Brown.
R. Car, Cash, Clark, Couwa
Dake, Durreane, E .
Hardee, Hilbu Hges,
Ke lley King, Knight Light.
se, I lam, Msaffey, Mc-
MeKmsse of Putam.U Me-
of Washington Miller, Moor.,
Newtonogi, e Pace, Patti-.
k older, Registe. R chborg,
obso. hppa Stkes,
& Tlor Terrel l
S well, Trammell. Wall,
Watford, Wiggins, Wleon.-63.
S Na .-Farris, Acre.e Blantoon But-
l, n B um, Calkins, Chaires, Chase,
ID*vi i Demsy Duo t. Hatcher,
K owles, Malone, Smit. Wells.-16.
Forest rejoicing followed, not only in
STlahassee, where the excitement bad
Sbees intense for two weeks, but
Sthr tout the length aud breadth of the
It was need a glorious victory.
bil will be voted on as a consti-
tatiotal amendment, November, 1910.
and if sueessful before the people will
e into effect July 1, 1911. giving the
S- akey people seven months to close
oetteir holdings in the State.

General Demand
of the Well-Informed of the World has
always been for a simple, pleasant and
Seaelent liquid laxative remedy of known
v"lue; a laxative which physicians could
e action for family use because its comrn-
poment parts are known to them to be
wholesome and tnaly beneficial in effect,
seseptable to the system and gentle, yet
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with itA ex-
SB lnt combination of Syrup of Figs and
Kxir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup
OC. proceeds along ethical lines and relies
the merit. of the laxative for its remark-

"L That is one of many reasons why
.Ilop of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given
preference by the Well-lnforme'lI
its beneficial effect always lany
ulne-manufactured by the ('al
"l/ s Fig Syrup Co., only, and for bal,
by" i leading druggists. Price fifty cent-


WUis is the Case With aany Talla.
Awhasese Peopae.
Too many Tallahassee citizens are
lsMihppedi with a bad back. The un-
t*In Impain causes constant misery,
wok a burden and stooping or
an possibility. The bach aches
t, preventing refreshing restand
e- morning as stzn and lame. Pias-
mi liniments may give relief but
reach the cause. To eliminate
pales and aches you must cure the

K ga's Kidney Pills cures sick kid-
d aer them u permanently. Can
dBabt Tallahassee evidence.
Plataner, 218 Monroe Street,
aeFlorida, sys : "I believe
e stoepk required mn ay work
my kaneys. There was a
Jl-llJa cross the small of my
ll imyeed ached the greater
sourm-:- were very Irrular,
as a eoame thing for me to
Whl.d hatd been cured of romilar
i Dean's Kidey Pills advised
j MHtl an d I procured a box at
l o.'s drug store. I am
that I did so as they lived up

and gave me prompt
by all dealers. Price 60
-Milbrm Co., Buffalo
"skle e bas for twe Unitej'
the am.- -Doa's-and
ie. 6-1as
to east aheet agS

0 amamp f as Vmie

pow m will be
tIats e that there is at least
0e- de1 ed disease that sCince has
been al to re in all its stage, and
that is Catarr. Halle Catarrh Cure is
the oily itive cure now known to the
edeal terity. Catarrh being a
eomatitutioaal disease, requires a consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is thken internally, a titg direct upOn
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founds-
tin of the diese, and giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the consti-
tutio and assisting mature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
fath in its curative powers that they
offer Oe Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by alldtatiasts.75e. Aug. 16-tf.
-- -r -
chawch MeNotices.
Trwbs. M.. OCmeh. South. L S. Pattersoo.
PFter.-Me. si Sunday atU a. M. awm fm.
Jua erpwrth Laa fs. .2 p. 0 m. am BM
wt La Isae. 4.&0 p. a All members re- ad
atemd. The pubbi and stmm n ae it'-.
*tsd W wenkitp with us.
or.--leguar srileo at U 'cloek a. 8L. and at
7 .'o'loakp.M Sabbath sebool ast s a. m.
Midweek sumv es Wedmnlar evening at To
rti mktist Cursk. RA. J. & Pruett, Pamr.
S ftis& udata 1 at 11 a. s. and T70 p3,m.: Bile
.MMe4 9m a. maJue L B. Y.P. U.4 o'eloek m.6
Saufr. &Y. P. 6. Fridaat ip. m.: P. m.rwar
P1 Ze. ariMe Wedbda@ egein& at 7 0 9: a.
at. Johnbs iscepal Church: Rev. SamueMl 1-
ran. Retor. Early cebratwoa-Sunday and Holy
DaM 3 7:0 aL M. Morning aer and sermonu 11
a. m.. Evening prayer and ermon, 7A0 p. a. rI-
day evein g7M *ev nlr prayer and lecture. 3R.
hearal of ebir Friday night a utr serve. Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.
ChrUtian Saciene. &.,c -e holdevewy Sun-
dayat 11 o'lock a. m. and Weneday in at
So'cloek p. m., in the front meo. second story. of
the building ast of the postoff i This room isto
also used as a Christian Science reading roam
and is open daily except Sundtay and Friday
afternoon between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
invited. The Sunday Schoolis hold Sunday morn-
in& frwm 10 to 10:46.
Catholic Church-Rev. Fathers Brenahan and
Buckley priests in charge. Service every Sun-
day at 10 a. am.Ma during the week at 6:45 a. m.

Notice of Liquidation.
ATA MEETING of th stockholders of the
Nassau Bank" held In the city of Fermnan-
dinm. Florida, on the Mthday of February. A. D.
1900, it was resolved by vote of the stockholders
holding two-thidia of its capital *sok that said
bank be closed and that the ;ame go nto liquida-
tion and that such resolution tbe crtid by the
Diretors to the Comptrollw of the State of lor.
ida and notice riven as required by Section 237
of the Revied Statutes of the State of Florida.
Secretary. -t

Notice of Teachers' xaamlatlon.
Shold an examination under the Uniform Exam-
ination Law of Florida at Tallaames on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday in June
(June 8th, 00W) for the certification of techebs.
White applicants will be examined at the Flor-
ida Female Clt the colored applicants at the
Lincoln Hilh Sheool.
Allapplicants muat provide themselves with
pen, Ink and legal cap paper, must present an
endorsement of Sood moral chareter and habits.
and pay an ezaminatiUon fte of one dollar before
entering the examination.
Superintendent of Public Inatructon of Laoo
county. Florida.
The following is a list of Text-books to be used
as the basis of the June examinaton. IOW:
OrthoT aphr-Red* Word Lessons (c). May-.
sard. Merri I Co.. New York.
Co(mposltion-Rklemnts of fnglisah Compoestion.
by Gardimer. Kittredge& Armold (S>. Ginn & Co.,
Readiae-Any standard author will answer
Arithmetic--Mlln's Standard (46c.). American
Book Company. Atlanta.
English Grammar-Lawton B. Evan's (W0c.).
American Book Company.
Florida Hiatory-Jvarwd & Bennott's (6c'.).
American Book Company, and Fairbank'r. H. &
W. L. Drew Co.. Jacksonvilla. M.
U. S. Histary-Field's Grammar School (11)
Amerian Book Company.
Geopaphy--edway Natural Advanced (11.26).
Ameriean Book Company.
PhyEioloy--Colmn's Elements of (oc.)., The
Macmillan o.. Atlant Ga.
Civil overnment-Yoeum'* Civil Govenmet
of Florida and the United Stats 18). E. O. Paint.
r Co." DeLand. Fia., and Boynton's School Civics
(s1). Ginn Co.
AIlebra-Milne's High School ($I). Amarican
Book Company.
Physical (eographyr-Maury-Slmood's ($1.20).
Ameriean Book Company.
AgriculturE-John Prederick Dugar's far
Soothern Schools <75c. The Macmilnan Company.
Theory and Practicr-For all rade-Claassem
Manament. by Balyr [(t.5l. The Macmillhan
The books may bhe had of meet book deaalse In
the ltatae, or from the publishers by mall, post-
paid. on reespt of pries.
-tf Stat Superintendent 'PubHle latruation.

Noice serFlanl a1ssbares.
the -tate of Andrew M. M eTaa l. *iiaeie,
will present to the ouMnty judlr of ounty.
rFlorida, my nnal amount and omaehara. and th.a
sak for a seal diachars e from the amiMistatfio
of Maid etate. Mua. MAins R. MANImo,.
April 14, lits. d4m

Notice For Visa! Dicharge.
senseatd.o IEsNOUN of the CennAWI'
theno Is Lw a finaltosthe Lisathe j h.

IW s a kesaelsw bIst m W asby
A-ofdt"bh wlUMi iisiu

b~~4 pw% JM:

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Guo. P. RAsTY, Wu. J. OvEN.

Home Phoe 2. Ofice Phone

8 a T~muar sou.LNOa.


An Cthmad--W ta, w Sale. ExehangM. T
zfL far Isw.M -am smest elinea d a
ad.t ts lomtha. U emle, 6sab in adyM

FOR SALE I Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.

S8U Us! For all kAds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.

FOR WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt.
Phone No. 217. 29
TRESPASS NOTICE., printed on cloth
on ahort notice at reasonable prices at
this office, and it might be well to run
short Trespass Notices in your home
local newspaper.

DR. J. H. BuTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. 29

WANTED !-A position by a young
man. Competent office clerk. Has his
own typewriter. Address "A," careof
True Democrat. 50-tf

FOR SALIA Three chair barber shop
with baths. Finest equipment and best
location in lively South Georgia town of
8,000 inhabitants. Cash or terms if de-
sired. This is a golden opportunity.
Address Box 6WS, Fitzgerald. Ga. 34t


Did not recdve a Gold
Medal, but we got the

" Jibimt.
AMI kind* of
Cakes today.

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PuftdcairaD NapoeoI
Apple Tart, Frec
Do.ghnuta, Golden Rod,
Fluffy Ruffles, (Sc.


Taldkamee, Florida.

xectoer's Notices.
Notice is hereby given that six months
after the date hereof I will present to
the county Judge of Leon county, Flori-
da, my Anal accounts as executor of the
las twill and testament of Edward H.
Myers, deceased, late of said county,
and apply for a final discharge from
such execatorship.
FREDERICK T. MYvRa, Executor.
Jan. 1, 1909. 4&lm7mos

a 'e.*'.'.. *~*~.P 6 ft- -

Saseee.m e. e
Mrs. IH. Pope.

SO ot ft town orders r.e
esirve promptatteatieo
< Day or Night.
I LIeaeded Bmsbalmer.

em" I'|L- "a

tme 'Phselft


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Sheet-Metal Work

All wbrk in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. *


I have opened a
on East Jefferson
site fish market,
prepared to do all
Tti Work, Pil~

new shop
SL, oppo-
and am
kinds of
bnsg and

.7 Ir .' O

Do Your

IF THEY DO, they should
be repaired at one&. It i
does'nt matter whether it Is

a small leak or whether

whole joint is loose, the M-
suit will be the same. I n
perfect Plumbing is the
cause of a great deal of saik-
ness, and too great precau-
tion cannot be taken to have
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.


Sanitary Engineering
Steam Heating.
Gas Fitting

Repair Work.
I guarantee satisfaction,
having given satisfaction al-
ready in many of the best
houses in Tallahassee.

329 E. Jefferson-St.

Fishing parties on Sopchoppy and Oek-
loknee rivers. Launch "Star, "speedy,
comfortable safe. Expense inconsider-
able. Fish biting NOW. Address J.W.j
Wood, captain and experience guide
Sopchoppy, Fla.

Notice to Debtonrs ad Creditors.

Inatome or dtributsmee, havinny elaim or
demand against the etate o Willi M. Laim.
mton. late of L. eamnty. eorida. will preInt th
mame to the undermined within two () ears, or
this note wil be plead in bar of their eovy.
G. W. RHODES. Weoodrille. Ma.,
Administrator of Estate of William M.
April 7. 1009. 7-8t

569 S. Monroe St.
RATES: $1.00 PER D
Reasonable Rates by the Week or Month
Everything New, Clean and Neat.
Best of Service.,
00 0 0 404:0***** "***


FPr Sale
Quarter of a block, adjoining
school. Apply Mrs. U. Good m
Park Avenuae, city. i-f







139' S. Calhoun Street,

Tallahasese, Florida.

Excellent Fare $1 Per Day.
Spil Rates by Wek or Mouth. bt al dCoMlBths fr.m

Gt ourTams from New

244 South Bronough Street: Second Block West of
Fire Station.
Good Saddle Horses, New Buggies, and Good Double and
Single Drivers. Call and see them. Phone 188.

A. E LL Proprietor.
TalahuaM, rIla.

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b- f 3mosre a re neoee to Get
Taole med latI Law.
io9ewing is the copy of a bill intro-
Aed by Senator Hunt Harris provid-
g fow reapportionment of the Legiala-
tI. The bill, which has been referred
St he Coamitte oen County Organisa-
% Is, bmfellows:
A AN to be enttUUled An Act Dlviding
the State Into Senatorial Districts
IMembers of the Houm
Be It Eacsted by the Legislature of
Se sats of Florida :
lston 1. There shall be thirty-two
jI Senatorial Districts, which shall be
Ll -e tod each by one Senator, and
by numbers, and be eom-
Sof the counties mentioned
am-md after the several numbers as
The First Distriet (1), Santa Rosa.
T Seooond Distrlct 12), EAcambia.
he Third DIatrict (3), Walton and
Fourth District (4), Jackson.
te Fifth District (65), Liberty,
asklti and Wakulla.
The Sixth District (6), Gadaden.
The Bventh District (7), Polk.
WBe bth Diltrict (8), Leon.
BeNinth District (9), Hemrnando and
tc Tenth District (10), Madison and
1TheEleventh District (11), Hillabor-
p I Twelfth District (12), Taylor and
The Thirteeth District (13), Uade
mad Palm Beach.
The Fourteenth iDistrict (14), Colum-
The Fifteenth District (15), Brad-
e Milsteenth District (16), Nassau
"d BIker.
The Seventeenth District (17), Su-
The Eighteenth District (18), Duval.
The Nineteenth District (19), Or-
Twentieth District (20), Marion.
The Twenty-first District (21), Levy
ad Citrus.
The Twenty-second District (22),
The Twenty-third District (23), Lake
m d Sumter.
11ie Twenty-fourth District (24),
The Twenty-ffth districtt (26), Wash-
l and Calhoun.
Te Twenty-sixth District (26), De-
I Me Wnd Lee.
The Twenty.seventh District (27),
STwenty-eighth District (28), Vo-
hTwenty.nlnth District (29), Put-
a Cnd Clay.
The Thirtieth District (30), Osceola,
brevard and St. Luea.
JiTb Thirty-first District (31), St.
The Thirty-second District (:2),
Ileetion 2. There shall be siety-eight
e1) mnbers of the House of Repre-
atatve, to be apportioned among the
S iral counties as follows :
Alseeha shall have three.
Saker sa i have one.
o f tU @shall have two.
Irevard shall have one.
Clay shall have one.
OCItrus hall ave one.
)Colabae shall have two.
>W e ll have one.
shall have one.
11b have two.
l ohll have one.
shall have one.
lbell have three.
Sha ve rame.
Se hall have two.
A ayeha have toe.

s alheov two.
shall have one.
Sshaie have two.
ael ,U have one.
) e so hall have two.

Ir. Q s., a il have me.

mv a thave two.

m. s hane emby

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1 Quart Size............ .75
2 6 ......... .. 1.00
3 ............... 1.25
4 ........... .. 1.50

Low in Price, Sanitary, Quick Freezing
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers, Freezers, Screen Doors and Win-
dows, Law.- Mowers and Hammocks :: ::
Come to Us for Your Summer Goods


Face To Face


With My Friends and

the Public at Large


After an absence of over three years from your city,
I now offer you the Biggest Bargains ever heard of be-
fore, and wishing to introduce my honest business meth-
ods to you once again known as I am to most of you --is
a guarantee of my serving you better now and in the fu-
ture than ever before. And the following prices named
below will convince you still better.
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8:30 A. M.


[very Artickle Marked I PLAIN FIGURES for this Great Sale

DRY 001)
The Famous American Prints 4le
The Better Quality Ginghams ic
Homespuns, 4je and-----........
Good Bleachng. yard wide, 6:
up to ..... e
Fruit of the Loom c
o104 Bleahinr .. ... 2Cc

White Lawn 8c and up
India Linon e to 29c a saving of
88 per cent
Ribbonis 3c to 12c yd, about
half el the regular price
Towela, 4e, 6, and up to.... 2e
Counterpanee from we to. $2.90
Handkerchlets. Se. 4., 7e to 19e
3,000 yd of fine Embroidery and
n at 7je yd well worth up
to e. Dmnt Mo the oppor
tunity of a lifetime.
Muslin Underwar at Factory
Prices. Dent fail to inspect
Ppool Thread, two spool for.. 6c
Lade', Mo'e and Children's
Hoeie, lc ektlOeup to.. c
Men's OvWshlrt, the T75hiMd.
all ima .... ............... 4

3Sc kind ... ..... 21c
40c kind .. ... 2c
60c and7S kind ....--- --.. 43c
Night Shirts, 76e kind ....43c
Pajamas. $1.60. We per suit
The finest Neekwear ever seen
in the City, S23. 29c and 48c
worth double
Men'sOdd Pants,frommOe to $6. 6
Knee Pants to Suit All
Straw Hats, the latest for the
entire family, at one-third lse,
we want to save you monuy
Oxfords--For Ladies. Men. and
Children, at Advertiaing Pri-
Parasols and Umbrellas. S9e to
... ................ $ .8
Walking Caes............3ce up
Suspenders, 14e to....... ..-..-
Suit ('Cas, from e and up
2M Highly O ilded ramee and
Oil PainUtl well weath .10,
at 4W, (with eah t100 par-
ehae ) It mst beo an to be

Now can you, in justice to yourself and your family, re-
main away? Come early and get a good pick and be
a good advertisr to this Great Sale.


Ns 250 L O m St w ti Ens .

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The Central of Georgia is preparing
to build into Pensacola.
STATE NE W S. I Walter L. Wild, a white man about
S50 years of age, living at Yale, was
run over and instantly killed Saturday
light on the Fernandna branch of the
The State Bankers' Association will Seaboard, by a passenger train.
hold its next years session in Pensacola. The residence of Truby Wa inw t
i The legislature has appropriated $30,- in the Wastern part of Starke a*nd=
000 for the Insane Asylum the contents were destroyed by fire
A negro sentenced to hang in Pensa- Sunday night. The family were at
cola is trying tostarve himself to death. 'church an saved only the clothes they
The Central hotel at Brooksville has had on. Origin of the fire is unknown,
Seen burned. I but is sup eoed to be incendiary. The
Florida defeated Georgia last week in house wa4 beyond the reach ef the wa.
a tennis contest ler mains. No insurance.
Mrs. Nannie Webb Curtis is lecturing
'in Pensacola this week. DO YOu Get Up
West Palm in celebrating the Yo G U
creation of Flaigl"r county out of Dade. With a Lame BarC? I
Bartow has voted $50,000 bonds for .M Troble akes TYo Bs Ma.
sewerage. K l a kft T0 1 f
The Columhii county wet and dry Almost everyone knowsof Dr. Kilmer's
election takes place next Monday, Swamp-Rout, the great kidney. liveran4
May 3. ,i bladder remedy, l
Judge Larimore, of Tampa, recently --caur of its re
disposed of forty cases in thirty-.fve U Ile health
minutes pro1erttles. swalmp- "
Charles Benedict. one of Jackson- i y wish in osvt
ville's best known and mo.4t highly hon- .i rwie mating.
ored cilizensi, in dead. in in the back, kid-
An ele -tric car ran into an auto in ,I "" nr 1,. liver, bladder
Penqaculn at nuon MondAy. killing Mrs. i S aild every part ofthe
E V. (onzale andinjuring five others. J! urinary passage. It
The British stmrner Belmont has --' '- corrects inabmlity to
alone hauled 50,000 bales of cotton holl water an.l callingpuain iipassinit,
'from Penracola this season. or badefflcts fllowinguseofliquor, wia
Rice planters of Louisiana have been or beer, an1l overcomes that unpleasat

The Bartow merchants have organid reeder troub nee. It wihall ben foa
for protection against pweddlers who oughly tested in private practice, sadhusl
have been infestina the town. proved so successful tll;.t a special o r*O
Five prisoners escaped from the jail management Is been a ni!e by which a
at DeLand a few nights ago, among the readers of this paxwr. who have "ot I*,
number being two condemned murder- ready tried it, in y have a sample bott
ere. sent free by mail, also a book telMag
A fire in the lumber camp of B. F. & am"i. about Swam~kRoot. amnd bow
R J. Camp. at White Spring.. on Sun. ,doti, t fyoBhavekid.
day. destroyed property to the value of : or bladder trouble.
$116000. 1' =Weaw ngmentiony
Sanford will have a Fourth of July o readi y ai nsB
celebration that promises toeclipse any your address to
effort of this kind ever before attempt. Dr. mer t& Co.,. S ..
ad in that eictKo Simiasmto.rN. Y. The ralar
The SeaboardAir Line will build a i adotedolar e botta msare t
or read in Alaches eont y to t the all droggists Don't make any
p.op te i. the vicia ty of ade, but remember the a nwe,
ewWr sad Archer. Dr. Kllmer's Swami.Root, s4'
The fowatUeoth annual convention of dreinMaganthanN,.Y.,qan@myhabei l'
the Plorsta U. D. C. is to be held at
St. Augustine, May 5. Mrs. L. w*.e fe m.e
Kaims, of Savannah, wallbe a guest of soyo willbe lterested is
The thiteenth t painual covetlio at .61 a"hoi 1
the Florida Funeral Diretos ami dm- par. atfr eatebi trout. wd
balmtMro' A .siatloa win be hldt ay -Y
lth to 14kthin the oard of Trade [ d e&s beed fore ms
A party of forty, made up froi am llmt emewmd atind aa-me-- tl
miko sf the State. have gCowtoCal- iveMted. .
iformis to Investigated e *eprsats of These m amews are me i sa a
the Cal ni ain tFru u *sa, ,and f style. a ,re aVnd al .
mthod ainyd tioek CMe e i mbe d tat bite wham
Mal fruit Amig the eens f the a w.l l.
iptwibe an enataflamnt tfor dh Thealie to ti par wlMlo
vete bythe Los Agelas Chlaher pleaIr. is *Ihwlqa yes a**
kh hnbeenfY stmHoa """oa tooJames
him t(-CeOMMAeo. ___ o -_f tA _t h Jtt d

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IWal G0n G; A. Webeter, eight
two .plao-lit plano, Helen and
U d plano, Ethel Allen anad
aem. ime Dance; F. T. Baker, I
.-Hels Alford, Reoa Wahui*h,
Pw4eel; Schfimann, op. 15-
MSe MXMelodeuez; No. 2. Gar-
a r- t piano Barbara
L CokIn lat; W. A. Mosart,
as d a-M oberteon, Mary Hays
9. Then'rt Like Unto a Flower; Ru.
asetosm-Miss Eva Dyer.
Dams E*coesai; P. T. Baker,
Sthas, two pianoes-lst piano, Eva
ar i ,th Dyer, i piano, Barbara
'jh l Lena Barber.
After the pr m, which was thor-
u a joya everybody, delicious
l-hWme a 1S of strawberry ite cream,
Sa md various cakes wre
L A large amber of uests were
smo z thet being Dr. and Mrs.
.L Pruitt, Professer sad Mrs. L. B.
*, Mr. and Mnrs. B. C. Whitfield,
a John W. Cobb, Lawrence,
N. Seats, W. V. Knott Hargrove,
L Df. Ames, W. L. Moor, C.B.
ik I. H L Bethel J. W. Collin,
.Q. S W. L. Robertson,
S Weis John saab G. T. What.
L B. Grman aad Misses May
l et Nelson. Kate Sullivan, Ara-
SGerman, Maude
ai Snow. aad Ella Nash.
of a Naussa Capital Win
imleateo Grew ad A idvasc
Meawr a s*ay.
A sTllahelsse is eto eiderably affect-
the eendition of the tobbaco
the following from the Bain-
esua ehlght will be ot considers-
We have hadthe pleasureofan inter.
wimt Mr. F. W. dlwary, vice-
tot the Florida National To.
ACoApany of Jacksonville. Fla.
eaecagtal ist .000000. aW a
o"w and control in their Georria
Nida syndicated 17,000 acres in
t nom Sumatra Tobacco Belt, 57
with tobacco growers of a
Sa brief statement of facts
s 5 reliability of this company,
ability to do what they prom-
the town of Attapulxus is
is the center of the tobacco
of Decatur eZ, five miles
W t AiAte Plantations,
In the world. Therefore, it
Snatural that every induce.
i-y and brains could offer
expended there to aid the
in a producing and marketing
view of th apparent situation Mr.
J fermened u that his company
S at aee begin the erection of a
bhosen in Attapugmu. one
tmoteo the farmers, by-
B be a aetc. And further,
will l tablSh a 1ank with
capital to handle all the bosi.
Sthe .seompany is bu yin the
I@ 6 o eio With ill
5 -th eemlves
ee isthatlme. We
p spewrity of our beauti-
ely a Utobills.


#NNW" en Meeday

Two Smt StyksYTor Feet

a wWod Look hty Good I.

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We have others to suit your own-
Critical Taste.

Hugs the Heel!

A Florsheim low

cut Shoe does not slip: up and

." down and chap'the heel.

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ASeat t our en will n-.
vince you of the tyletand Fit
of Florshei -hoes-You' have
our word for the wear.

For Foot Service,


Tallahassee, Fla.

130 S. Monroe St.

Neamhl Coaset.
The following program will ivem,
idea of the rare treat enJoyed WeM
day by those* person who stteadm d
regular motly u concert given
Tallhaasee M eisal Club, with f& t
distance of several lads who a WI
or from other parts of the Stte to
Capital City.
The concert anre rapidly .
In favor, as is evidmeed by the rv'
creassingi se of the adeaea, who
pt eof theUmo walk oat =tbe U
f sd ample mpenestlon In this
are derived from Blte to
rendered pmgram :
Overtwo-Miltar Mareh.........
..........Pri* emanB. 41. &
Mie Tatum and MCmla.
Voice Solo-My Nanie's Aw......
Ms. s L -A. -o',ma.
Violin Trio-Unme Soir.ea sFalul..
Mrs. Hequembeu rtes
Voice Soloe-A May Mormlg-l.....-iam
Mrs. I. J. Bilbers.
Piao-nVariations en a T1hem11 1
lind....................... 8ate lt
Mrs. C. C. A. Griek.
Voieo Solo-The Roe in the Grdw4 ..-.
.-e.du .
Mr. 'Pi Tramiel..
Cornet Solo-The Rosar-- ...---..Ne
Mr. Albert Shine.
Solo-The Dia lowr----......--Rtal
Voie*--The Villanelle.......Dell'Arge
Minm Sarah Yanaoy Cltae.
Voice-It Might Have Benem ..-
Mrs. Tb"m H. Humphriea.
An inisatent enooro brofWht Iat
Mrs. Griek, whose exquisite
of Schubert's Variationst oen Rl
seemed the **hit" of the veanin, a
she delighted her audienee with *sot
choice selection, the name of whicsk WM
not given.
To secure perfectly fitUtin eo,
stylqd and properly shapeda clothes at
the minimum price, order your talt
from Chittnden & Co., who arm takiln
measures at their store every day. 9


--- It is the custom of thq Home Mission Jury Renders a Verdict That It Was
Is Seladg rected by Mr. C. A. Griscom Society to assemble infthe Methodist By Ris Owa Baud.
he tliatre at is Wier monthly mtug. Lt thue Mr. G. W. Pickering, the woods rider
e--" day according found about twenty- and manager of the turpentine camp of
Mr. C A. Griscom, one of Philadel- even or eight members and visitors R. P. Williams, south of the city, met
phia's multi-millionaires, who for sev- gathered together to enjoy the feat of a violent death Tuesday night, presum-
eral years has been spending his winter maoo the P tlar d for ntetnourish-a edly by his own hands.
vacations on his extensive plantation on prt of us; sucb as heart to heart talks, Judge B. A. Meainuis empaneled a
Lake lamonia. is rebuilding his house skiing the old but ever new songs of jury and investigated the affair the fol.
which was burned early in the morning or hymnal prai and readin the lowing morning.
of January lest. blead Word of oDonald Howard was the only witness
The house that he is building Is the The subject for the afternoon was, Md Howr w the l wid
largest dwelling house in thispart of "The Young Woman at Work..e. e stated that nd
the State, and it is beingbuilt thon- Round Table talks and discussions fo SPickl to Bill Allen's, on
venieoce and comfort as the principallowed readings upo thissubject. Bul. bormo neslwhe purchase d a
object. Almost the entire building is letin item ontanin the latest news of wI ,of whk Picker
wrrounded by a broad plaua, narlyfrom the field are always read. An e- e antheir
700 feet long. ..p~eclh intrsi urewas read o'm~thern an before reaching home UMs dat
The wwrks being carried on under The Inner Life of the Girl Toiler" I rpl nw e aleso
the supervisionof r.Alphoase Pchard, sowing that the woman behind d ar rorusely. This ats
their building Msperintndent. Mr. counter of all lases w of worker an the drak ,proftend. Thesnt-
Pichard has been in Mr. Urlecom'. em- most appr dative of courtesy and cen- c. abmanentheyh a
ploy about four years. It seems that sidera and that there are many distant fro.m the emp bhe ther
this Tallahassee young man has won an true enwomen working in this ca- tell or stepped from his horse, crng
enviable reputation with the rich pity. The interest continue togrow, a thrStingto kill Howard, him-
enviable reputation with the ric notwithstandingte .e rw soef, his horse and his entire family,
-P-ladelphianstractions in town at the same hour he drawing his knife and Sng to
GOVEUIlENT CLAIMS OKENCAOBE complonement of numbers is assured ut him, H ward. He ri getti
-__ EOachn and every memoer owng a1 out of his way. He saw Pickeri flia,
the time more willing to take part as and going to him found that he had in.
Ad Advises lorida To De o Noere the president may direct; and doubtlesflicted a stab in the right side of his
Drateaae ror Awhile, all are made stronger by partaking of nek, and appreed to be dying. Not
By request of the Trustees of the In.- these deotionl refreshments. knowing e xbtly whre they were he
ternal Improvement Fund, Hon. A. C. Afterthis part of the serve was friend, which he did until he died, and
Croom, Comptroller of the State of c nluded the preldent, Mrs. Patterson, was found byan officer lying asleep by
called the meeting to order for routine the side ol thedead man the next morn.
Fiorida, went down to Jacksonville last business. When the roll is called each a cool and collected asif nothing
week to confer with Chief Drainage member responds with name of a Home bad happened.
EninnerSpaulding and Special Govern- Mission worked or deaconess, and wme- The knife of Pickering was found in
ment Engineer Kavanaueh, sent out ti wme ith scripture verses. his own pocket, covered with blood A
from Washington by the United States There are those who profess not to physician was questioned, who stated
Government. Mr. Croom reported to- believe in Foreign Missions, and we say that it was possible for Pickewing to have
day that Mr. Kavanaugh stated at this to such there is no rebuke coming from inflicted the wound himself and to have
conference that the United States this source, but just to tarry with I u shut and replaced the knifein hispocket
claimed jurisdiction over Lake Okee- here at Jerusalem for awhile, we will before death. There being no further
chobee, and warned the Trustees do you good, but do not purpo sto put! evidence the jury returned a verdict
against draining off the waters of the limitations upon any one. It m here that deceased came to his death by
lane either by tributary streams, canals that the inactive and exclusiveness is knife wound inflicted by his own hand.
already in operation or by tapping the taken out -glimpses of heavenly visions ^
lakeitself. The engineer furtherstated are caught, preventing one from being, Wanted Poition. -An experienced
that the War Department would not impervious to all appeals looking to a lady stenographer. Address W. A.,
take the matter up for adjustment, and wider extension of God's kingdom. care The True Democrat 7-4t
advised that the Trustees take steps to RKE RDING SEcaRE'ARY.
have Florida's Representatives In Con- .-. ..,
w ,..m n ,wrIro ;.I.*atwm thiat illmln-rTU In G HAT IPaRTs,


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work of drawing the Everglades to
3 n esetionlof Federal jurisdlctlon
tisa mooted ne which will be thor-
oughly threshed out by the State. In
the meantime, it is the determination
of the Trustees to go on with the work
now in hand.

racing The Nassr win se Lahable
ram at Opes a ersn.
Facing The Mneos Is the name of
mast amema eemedy to be presented
ere toightby the Drematis Club of
iltohnsmes. The tlMat of thislb is
we .AkI. to the aemrItles, heW
of m = -- I
-- t-he wr a hea rig:

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WIU Came Of Next Friday AftereeLm
tHay 7. -
On Friday afternoon, May 7th. the
May party on the Green at theeust end
of Park avenue, will come off. This
annual festival should be-rell petro*-
isad. not only because it gives the little
folks aso mch pleasure, but also because
it a soureeof revenue to the Talla-
hssa Inprovemeet Associatioc.
-"To ths moeiaton the credit is due
for the d imvemet, so marked ts lat
ear Oth eeta of the Capitad,
for the ..e gad madntauagf ta
@M U ea.tifuiltw parks thatdIM se

mWre s seen a"tokeepp a what
hae Neem stabbo edt e im
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Coping for Residences and


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and get best of Material as well as best prices for
Good Work.

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er9gWer 0sceameads Leaislatare to
s est Sch Cases as Lee Couasty
*S e 3.ecetly upereted*C.
*. ateo *t Florida, Executive Office,
Tullahassee, April 24, 1'909.
mestlemen of the Legislature:
Your attention is respectfully invited
to the following:
On the 19th day of March. 1909, Wil-
Jai M. Langaton, sheriff of Leon
eanty, was murdered while in the dis-
e of ba duty. On the 29th day of
-Ki, Nick Morris was arrested.
S c 0aged with the commission of this
erime. Owing to the state of the pub-
Ss mislnd esiatag in this county, steps
weaf taken to secure a prompt trial
Uiader Sfeetion 1813 of the General Stat-
S Ses a special term of court can only be
galed by the Judge of the Circuit in
wh ech the court is held. The Judge of
S this Ctrcuit was requested by iie to or-.
der a special term of the court, the no.
*seity for which was communicated to
W' hm. He ordered a special term of
se9 t to acovene at Tallahassee on
April 1909. Under Section 1814 of
the General Statutes. I directed Judge
B. H. Palmer to preside over the court.
Jadge Palmer convened court on that
day. He informed me that several
grave queetili arose which, in his
E imd, would warrant him in adjourning
semrt without a trial, in consequence o
which Nick Morris, the prisoner. was
S transferred to the county jail of DIval
Beesty. The calling of this court un-
doebtedly allayed the excitement in
thU& seaty and probably prevented a
lyaslafg. It also developed the neces-
anty for a change in the law, in order
that sourt may be held in emergency
aeaes similar to this
A letter was written by me to Jud e
B. H. Palmer asng him to give tie
rreMa why be found it necessary to
adjoran court without a trial. His re-
Sherewith submitted for your con-
Your attention Is Invited to
e Palmer's comments about "Judi-
e Pt e," likely to result from the
condition of the public mind in
e t esnty where the crime occurred
S hi eeaM tbe obviated by having the
trial nm such eases held in another
ematy. One rave defect of the
St law is tat when trials are de-
1witasees often meape. enabling
to go unwhipt of justice.
OWN e t public mind and re-
It Is recommended that a law be en.
tdo sever the point& raised by
IMe t e honor to be, very respect,-
Lake City, IFa.. April 20. 1909.
3sm. Albert W. Gilchristt:
nswer to your letter of April 17th,
e to ve th reasons why the
Sterm called in Leon county to
Mek Morris for the killing of Sher-
l wlsay:
The first difficulty In the way was
8 Article 6, as amended, of the
meeacd-Sections 1575. 1576, 1678,.
of the Gemeral Statutes of Florida.
TWe Judge at the regular term haw.
g drawa the Jury for the next sue-
S ula or special term as pro-
t I t 1576. and 15 days not
Slefrom the calling of the spec-
t e r to the convening of the court,
C k would not draw the jury for
speelal term as provided by Section
o Seetesm 1176.
18T7 provides for proeuing a
I, -dt ny oey.
SOn i ee of Setlon 1579 It will
|ab. that the regular Jury.
Sdrwa by Judge Matone at uhe previous
term of eart, ealdnot equasaed, be
E hey had not been drawn by the
as prved by Seetion 1676, so
jthe j'might draw the jury aa
t.on 1176, so that the
draw Jury as provided
helast of seond elauseof said
l.wUIbe further aeen from Section
8IM that there was no failure or omis-
g athe part of Judge Malone to
saw the Jury for "the next suceeeding
fg ar peial term." and it is pro-
;the judge to draw another
jery ealy laae of a failure or omels-
glee to draw.
6o you ee that the court had no legal

Rof procurin a jury. The court
-do way of dongaway with the
draws by Jaudge Makne. He could
wSrder the Clerk to draw the jury in
to qassh t, for them he would
bees order the Clerk to violate
o. He eM et order another

K-h eadrawn Jury Mould net
ot of the way.
the r Sreart waso ao Ms toa
of the people M
1^ 93 Sam" Atftor*T of 9M Wa
doih It men a" be adyle-
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Chaimes. tre.. April U, 1M
Some of as out here at Chairm feel
I like continstly singing "*Praise God
from whom all blessing flow." We
i L IA are sure the Heavenly hoa join as in
O lTCA our gtlad acclamations of praise at the
POISON *passage of the .ubm ion bill Catch-
ing a vision across the future years we
see peace, like a gentle spirit, brooding
ever our fair and beautiful Plorida.,
Cori causing happier homes, brighter faces,
P lim and our flowers to be even more lovely.
MUK11 rRight will right itself, and we felt
H. B. B. cRESi ABOVE THOIIBLES. ALSO that victory was ours before, but we
CZ/EMA AND RHInUMATISu. must admit our surprise at our aority.
H. t. bt p r.l. ad y .osan da"B1 g, a sAll honor to our noble men who fought
*, fSa Prisoary. .eaumepry or Tertwary nma so valiantly with their bright intellects
Ptaori. and ali forms of Blood and kin Diseases. and brought the intrigues of others to
G"anor, Rhasmatim"am geand Sew. We soiceit the
s owtimate s. es at. g*.qaea nought. They are heroes as muehas
where all els. ifyou havewher p a u ins tho* who fought in a so-called civil
in Ron"., hak orW Joate. Mue- PateM ti war. Some of our counties must ian-
900" u a Pa2 deed be prod, very proud of their rep.
row fajiing out, itching, WSW rr b i r or
eru faiing out, Iaing, wae r yiaters or resentatives,
1000hmarus Maine ~or sPimplesof SeAMNMEWI
op.i hs Eating R mp:.tama. Boa. AAnd our women. How did they work?
he Sm m sy ;,* r h A great deal of the success attained by
=y sh" Re the mutr ^y into a esk.. man in any enterprise is due largely to
a on. every amr* or pimple a good woman's finuence. We aw glad
and suOppns &H setw. pains *d Itchting. cAeni XnfweeBOavre
th 'We t e of Alad P it m R mtit nsor we are Dnot living where so many re-
Sse.s.. strictlons were placed upon women, but
BOTANIC BLOAOD BALM (N. B.) is pisa*- now when the American spirit Is broad
an .si..P uf. enrichs the b enough to admit her anywhere that she
RU trMs. I PER LARGE m mori, with may lift fallen humanity.
diretkoma forb oea cure. A few are now saying that the popu-
AaItV IS 1lar vote will not be a probibttion vote.
DruegstamW. lcor writ, They need not be trying to rest tbhem-
selves on this, for we have boea shown
amended as to rmdy the trouble. plainly the trend of the popular
amended a to remedy the troubled mind along this line We cannot fail,
Whenever there shall be called a spec- for God is with us
ial term of any Circuit or County Court, Rev Mr. Williams was among those
the Judge thereof shall have power in the Capital and capitol last Thursday
vacation to order the Clerk of the Court working with all his might for the Sub-
of said county to draw from the Jury mission tll. Being quite a stranger
box of said county, or to o the en- there he traveled eincognito a portion of
velope and draw, as provided now by the time, and very ludicrous were some
law and require the sheriff to summun of the remark. he heard on the oppo
said t? lrItSht~iS of the remarks he heard on the oppo.
sa l ury to appear at such time as may site side. One young man remarked to
be d reacted by the judge drawing said him that the women wanted to run the
jury, a grand and petit jury for each government. Mr. W. said. "'Yes, and
special term I'm going to hel them do it," and in.
Hoping that you will be able to have tohelf. te it,"ind ane
the law so, changed as to meet just such young manF We imlaie thee
emereiencies, I remain, yoursvry re- yo n face would have bn
spectfully.'r worth looking at ther..
(signed) B. H. PA unR. Miss Alice Patterson is at home from
Sutherland, being a little ill. She will
GETTING RID OF ANIAL PEST. return as soon as she recuperates, and
IT* *Nw 21 rFAIA IS. prepare for commencemer.t.
The Gveramet is Successfully Mr. Harmon Smith has recovered
graibeiatlag the Cattle Tic, from his operation in Atlanta for ap-
radltit(he Cattle Tic pendicitis, and lihas resumed his studies
Washington. D. C., April 25, 1909. at Emory.
ERADICATING THE CATTLE TICK. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Chaires spent last
The recent release by the United Friday in Tallahassee, guests of Mrs.
States Department of Agriculture of B C. Chairs.
several counties previouslyquarantined Mrs. I. S. Patterson came out last
week and spent several days with her
on account of the cattle tick is most mother, returning home Wednesday. to
hopeful and encouraging to those wag. use her powers in the battle. She said
ing war on this pest of the South. That we would surely win, and also told us
sciene and hard work are co-opmore of the Improem Methodism is ma.
seine. sad hard work are co-operating kinTallahssee
to combat this terrible handicap to the kng upon Tlaassee.
Southern farmer is realized in the re. Dr. P R. Noble and wife will leave
leasing of 70,000 square miles of tenrri- first of next week for his home in Tam-
tory snce the work was begun in 1906. p, having been called here by the s.-
The cost of the work of getting nd of rious illness of his wife's mother, who
ticks is insignificant compared to the 1 now almost well. Dr. Noble, being a
losses sustained b the farmers and fine dentist, using the latest improved
stockmen of the South. These come methods. has been kept busy.
under the following bead : Mis Loule Austin of Apalachicola,
Death from Texas or Southern cattle who has just closed her school at Con-
fever, in and out of the quarantined yvile, came to Chaires last Saturday, to
district; lower prices paid for Southern have Dr. Noble do some dental work for
cattle im poverishment of the blood her.
aued by the ticks and consequent low Mr. Josh Duncan is making Mr. J. H.
In quality and quantity of beef greatly Patterson's residence, store and sur-
reduced milk production; Aouthern rounding look very much better by
breeders being barred from opportuni- painting or repainting them in a first.
ties for sale of their animals in any but class manner.
quarantined district except under cer- o. Mr. Williams has secured &I-
tain restrictions; expensesincurred motenough money for hinting the
early by the Federal Government and aronage. and then let other owning
tates to maintain quarantine line. building here do likewise, or their
The sum total of these losses is vas- idgs ri krwse, or ontrtrs
rnouasty estimated at from $40.000,000 to will oolt wor by contrast.
$100, 000U annually which the Siouth- Everyone here were shocked last
ern farmers and stockmen in fourteen night to receive a telephone message
States are carrying as a burden beo. that Mis Ella Mattox had just died at
cause of the presence of the tick. A Lloyd at her home with Dr. and Mrs.
similar los In other lines of busiine or Christie. She attended services, morn-
erope would In all probability cause a ig andg evening, and had a stroke of
panic in commercialcirdt of e States o.ralsis Monda7 which eded her lie..
affected. m iss z once owd amon u and we
As a matter of fact the cattle pro- all loved her, and though she had no
duces of the South has some de id relatives to grieve for hershe had many
natural advantages over thnse of the friends. and some very dear and sacred
North. A longer warm sasos permits ones, to miss he sorely. Indeed, we
of greater pasture privileges, and the know not the day or hour. Mr. Williams
mildr climate causes Ioe feed to be has just gone to oflalate at her funeral
consumed-two factors of great value '~^^2^^^^ ^^'
In the cattle industry. With tbe tick LIBRARY SLIPS.
out of the way the South would slorld -
a fine field for proftable stock ratsag. yem Cam Get Ay SeeR. Newspaper or
Numerous investigations and experi- wam|B he Netka.
ments have been conducted by which it "M-s- waa- eMO n-
has bees eosclueively proved that the This is a reading age, and those peo-
eattle tick is the only natural means by pie are the best prepared to meet the
which Texas or Southern fever of eat- exigencies of life who are the better in-
te is trandmltted, and that by moa- formed. The True Democrat inserts
pletely severing the relations between elsewhere a large advertisement of
cattle and ticks the pests may bo ex. The Magaslne and Book Company,
terminated from any locality. But this which it will pay every per in Leon
means thorough, systematic, and per* county to carefully used for it shows
uistent work in deastroylag ticks. If you how to secure any book or news-
the citisems of the quarantined area paper you want shIe etely fre of all

will begin Imnwdiately and not permit coeta.. You ca- even pay for your True
ticks to mature on their cattle, horses Democrat by clipping the Library slips
and mutles, the good results to the cat- from this paper. 5-tf
tle laduatr can hardlyt beo calculated. -
They shoeM urge their state and county Pastre Medes.
authorities to take up tomaeally Can pasture cows and horse from
%Me work of ttok oroladtoa&L that aney .oBPkr lw B.b~B*
OWr wIork the 1' opaetn of the April 1 to Ostober 1. All steck pea
edenra authorities amd ltimatoly the tared will be salted me a week.
owe"al of duarte meltiots. The w MuAms H. Jonuoas, J.
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I have a customer for 200 or 300 acres land stable for Stock Farm, Must be within five
miles of the city and price reasonable.

Reddence Property.
No. 8.L
$6o,8 An e eenet, p-tadate, 8 sm rden
new, e Wlbom St., select nshbw hota I
water bthe k.&, ftine ar, preOtty lawn. Thi houWe
t larrftangiCid MAYe to
*o* PIee tad furaitm. C alan ean tom.
No. 41R.
a,900. 8 room houe, all modern eonvenace,
near Post Ofee, on N. Adams St. ;This is a very de-
sible home.
No. 6R.
$950. Pretty 4 room cotta e, corner Duval and
Georgia streets. $100 down, balance monthly.
No. 8 R.

$1.,20. 6 room cottage, Gadsden 'street, near
Avenue, in good repair. Terms one-third cash.
ance in one and two years.
No. 9 R.


$1,600-6 room Cottage. lot 130X210, Park Avenue,
Magnolia Heights, fine fruit, good garden, barn and
other out houses.
No. 10 R.
&8,000-Eigrht lots and an 8 room house and a cot-
tage, on Monroe street. Close to business sect kn.
Reasonable terms.
No. 13 R.
$600. 3 room cottage in Springfield large lot, good
well, fine fruit, A good home for a colored family.
No. 14 R.
$36,10. The Hartt place, corners on Park Avenue.
large lot, pretty location. House needs repair. Lot
worth the price.
No. 15 R.

one 5 ;

$1,000. $1,100. Three 4 room cottages, lots
well located. Terms one-third cash. Balance
two years.
No. 16 R.

,t25. A pretty 5 room cottage on large corner lot,
Boulevard, convenient to railroad station, park front.
Terms one-half cash, balance one and two years.

Timber and Farminag Lands.
No. 1 T.

3,000 AcW in Le county, Township 1 W.
Rae a2 aad W. e Ocklosan ee river, about 4 miles
from railroad, only about 10 mes from Taahas .
150 acres cleared. 75 acres indqe cultivation, a 7 room
boue and a 4 room otta gem place. Afts bein
leared these will be ae farmo lands. about 1800
Aers m Timbw r, moy Pe. Owner says will cut
about 4000 feet to acre. Considerable hardwood. Look
at the prce-$10,000. Only $6 per acer. The timber
aloe is worth the price.

No. 2 T.

280 Acres Township 1, N. Range 2, E., 160
acres fine woods, pine, oak, hickory, Ac. Never fail-
ing stream of water through place. Fine pasture, 120
acres fenced. Fine farm land. 120 acres open.
About 40 fine peach trees in hearing. Land lies well.
Dwelling and out buildings. Price $12 50 per acre.
No. 4 T.
340 Acres near Lake Jackson Rich Land.
Well located and a special bargain at $10 per acre.
$1,500. 166 acres, 5 miles south of city, Good 6
room cottage, beautiful live oak grove, grand view of
large lake, over 600,000 feet timber on place. Pecan
and fruit trees. Timber will pay for the place. Fine
site for mill. This is a bargain. Terms one-half cash.
Balance in one and two years.

Business Property.
No. 5 B.
Pays 10 per cent. That office building on Monroe
street next to Capital City Bank. Good paying ten-
ants. Th i is certainly a good Investment.
No. I B.
Pays 12 per cent. 2 stores on Monroe street. Do
you expect any better interest on a safe investment.
No. 6 B.
4 brick stores, well located, good renting property.

Farming Land.
No. 2F.
875 acrea., abeut 8 miles from Tallaha-ee, eat
rolling and table lad, ligHht gray and Clay -"- wL
8 aere elearsed. 5 tepat houses, good dwei
S(coat $2000), 3 good bars. Price $7,800. Re-
No. 4 F.
00 aers, Townahip 2 N. Rane 2 ., well watered,
about 500 acres aer cultivation, 5 tenant houses,
dwelhof ueeds repair. About 10 acre in woods.
Price per acre.

No. 6 F.
9 aere, near city, on Quincy road.
and poultry. Price 5860.

Fine for truck

No. 7 F.
68i acree two mile of city, on S. A. L. R. R. Fine
land, 7 room house, barn and out buildings. 2 good
well, 50 acres cultivation, plenty of wood, fine pears.
peace. apples, figs and mulberries. Pecans, lots of
them. Price $1,750, if quick.
No. 8 F.
200 acres well improved land, 3 miles from Court
House. 11 acres shaded and now being prepared for
another crop of tobacco, 2 lanre tobacco barns. 100
aceres planted in corn, 7 acres in can. 6 acres in eot-
ton 6 acres peanuts, 3 acres sweet potatoes. Plenty
of fruit. 100 bearing pecan trees. One 4 room house,
2 tenant houses, 3 room, 2 tenant houses, 1 room, a
good 5 room dwelling, new barn good sheds and other
out houses. 6 wells, land all wired in. Two 2 horse
wagons, 1 buggy, 1 rake and mowing machine, dise
harrow, cut-a-way harrow, plows, Ac., Ac. 4 good
mules, 10 head cattle, 3 sows and pigs, turkeys and
chickens. A complete, well equipped farm. Can ar-
range long terms. Price $20,000.
Building Lots.
No. 1 B.

12 splendid lots
ernor's Mansion.

Only 2 of the

on Duval street north of the Gov-
Price very reasonable.
No. 3 B.
Magnolia Heights lots left. Price

No. 4 B.
Those beautiful lots, known as the Gamble place
on Gaines street between Adams and Bronough. Will
sell by the lot or as a whole.
I have three more Magnolia Hights Lots at $126
each. They are worth the money.

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

R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Real Estate Broker.

Phone 80.

Office 103 S. Monroe St.

Marine Bank Building.

Associated with J. T. Bernard & Son.

CPTIM ATLON Helpful Hints on Hair Health A B10 TARPON "oer to Whom eer is D-." tatnt.
s ste wer llSuchrist &a d Scalp and Hair Troubles Generaly Casght By Mr,. U. ates at St State-wide Prohibition do not need to osnf.e ame t m t .r u
1M181 bI rCaused by Carelessmess. u o. the fcof our approcation of L
FO'01 Glbriet and his mother Dandruff is a contagiousdiseasecaus- Mr. B. M.Cat,of thiscity, had nobility of charter played in his whs tase.s hve
O l mot microbe which also duebald- very exeitng and successful catch at standing by "the esau" he rpesent. t for aw FTew ......
--Ja GibbWs, were honored nae. Never use a oomu blooetagn to St. Marks, on Monday. He succeeded u c, under uch d sad tryi dereum- .........
1A *WSag by a soesal concert at the someone else. No matter how leanly landi larg taon fet dances. It i. said "dutis pever e-
X WL araed for their plea.. tbe ownermight be, te parties m w s i *0 ibrpeon a It t". but in tnhi imtae It md Amhist pd to Atpril I Uls eee
i Cm a. e Most of be infected with mirobes which wi eleven nhesa length and weighing otherwise. And we ao appeate the ............
*I by Mi ss -Campto Most infect your scalp. It isa f easier to over a hundred pounds. manhood of very .mmber of the S- APPbimo NaUNT.
m appearing the program catch hair ierobe than it is to get rid The sh was ip to Tallaha- ast and House, played byther stand TI-.-.-iNS M .
iesnt-e-tewna bail who woe here of them, and a single stroke of an in- d exhibited Tuesday in front of the3 fi srm for "nthe abuse under every A AM
Oh ogw ads and fathers during fected eomb or brush often produce tore of P. T. Mieker many Meing influee brought to bear to swerve Am e-t paoid iAius ii M i Isu
seesilem. This gave e the came of baldness. Never try O the scalW of the monster as souvenirs. them from their detarlation. rw** ... ........... a
arew d manlty ad aybody *ee's hat for the reason that Tarpoa fishlahng coff St. Markswasonce We accord a wood of praise to Hon. ="a2 S.* n a LW
othe-then ot tr many hatand isa n testing place for a ults lar scarce of .a. oto6 8. J. Hilbura us the House nMsd oo. ilAms it Apl ........ m
Bl-lalses. t cAobes is to b r A wte D C. eM l te e tot* .iii a
wa id and f ye happen to be troubled with than aaywhe n the Golf coast. ability ewith which tay led the foresees ..s. i u. I... 5m.
lobyawroi the dd Itching sealp, falng hair or or som reason but little attention of State-wide Prohibition to oueses la Ammat ai0 d AeI. m a
Ewin r0 i with baldness, we have remedy whih we as bee gives to the sport ia recent seIurg the submission. of this question -'SS
l to the punitively know will curetene troab es ..e pepe f or Statewo o n. a 4n
pill ple7d hot by bittoyoaiwithitthe ..mait.tati Itoweftal stervie Selay. Buat w thile w pk the wor ofent or. c,-iLo. l0M ow.
w ilt l e ur t re q est 1 ast y o u n oth ing i to tfor to I. oa r A w l let. IN S 1
otfh dC fe6 will eat yrodtu g for the f it I Memorial smevie for Dr. L D. vews on this question, we not st -
*prod1etheGremit we claim Ger, State Secretary of Missions, t ha Rehognetioe of hbmeety and fair-
11 4 WwE i l .em eyim e io c alle d x ll h ru n da y al
of t Confed.Thisva .a ledn R o*- I i the- 5,Church Sunday II o'clock d al.oe demands that we a to A. A. Chishola, of Treadwe N. .,
t.M SSSih m .T- old a"lSaIt toe l est. t p. Ha on L. Parris. of Duvel, as wor. now. His ream is wl woth m-
Bftr mtt-~ eto ertemed for o oall alsp tue Program : thy of comeadsathin. Add to this the : 'For. a tiTme I suffered fe
bo h..rd INtw *and we know of notngo elsethat i yOf ne atiotstm s
B.d _oa. to -. ,o a .... o.u4.i g "=.' Dnxolwy. I fact of ability in prMMtation O Wllil n.
tshis ted suasl os of beCiS has r ^oS i IB UO t ot oy Athe ca me@ be.?*..eotiy W dSOh
,*eePaUtrine of pHyrdednCoratlr. dsf; and th further fact &hat hi writes. "I could. ta M hedM h appe.
r1m r p lled _ezr, oRut, "o .," Hair Teookni paslti Scriptur- L- ,n pLM.rt was tore with anxiety concerning tit. oer ambiti.m, grw weaker eve
#goS t hb.IaiTshwiel oup ;P his sick ch ild,- sadt L -ISta-re day .in spite of anhmedica weatm
Wildthntua Cy ol ort beeb Hi m y Choir. boasts of another man of whom lorids Thea U ased aleetri sa Twehe
is p~ ided, bgtt about h di "s d make te I i rOing. may well be roud. bottles restored al my ol -i
wtg ensheM ar o ,f haLr matrsall s, ftl d Addro e by Pastor Pruitt-"Dr. Duty was first with him also. sod vior. Now I o attend to
... dm ,4r ai ttis It de sa Mt G ioer sa Deomminsuonal leader." The one regrt I psona.l feel is M" ,very 7 It's a wederful
h'e latroml airp oftles, removesdat m dff.etroy Address by Dr. A. A. M mphroo- that such a man hould a on thee .Infallble for Stoma U .
fwm ete r. a nt bIbt a "Dr. Gei a a Faes to tho Talls other ase of thi question. nIdWoys, Blo odand NervesM3 a
M 6ouuish,. the..hairroom. .t IIMunk.1e that a It m ay. I ay hatnorto
_a"_M w ga o to m sorsem hanirmrowoWt s Muic true manhoud as reveadin ti Florid-a
as^ ef M meI~jtw- to tighten sad grow ,ew hair. We Address by General Park Trammell- LegislatLre. Tl Usterests of or StaLte WO'L D MORTOA011 TH FPARM.
w-eyt wiObh WIlahm who .Dr Geig as Man and a hrla- are in goWd hands, for while mtake* A farie- on Rural Route 2. ipil,.
S --has s~ayar e:e* -with hair or s- lp to a.* of judgment ma~ -e usd. h.est hearts
es-- s a t Rehb stu uet dairTa e mS i b b M r. u .terh me. svatam will right them .- W A. "Floyd by maa aNm
and ta.... .les. sa-*stlesd s S A1p PA.rasoA *Buckl a Arsla aieos esein the two
he- the.-. ,b Ptor ITritkyI LCh ai tonut wruet sors Iw ern sIw ; ones
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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
again -
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
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to any Harness anywt, at anywhere near prices.

J. D.

Phone 268.

The Vehicle and Harness man.

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