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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: May 7, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TALLAHASSF&5, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY


7, 1909.


Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


Ibe Geverer lumes. Preeastaem e.*t

FIowing prmelamtoo bhas bee.
*--e- -sed by h ov erGalrieist:
State of FlOrid., toutive Offie, by
Sate (vermor-a Preelaaalou.
ST1e attention of the people of the
State of Florida l invited to tbe beau-
S O the Leg- titl mcstom, tn rted in many of
o we the other Stat ofpayiaspecial trib-
B Sm te n at l eewt o day in the year to
WPM" t tha best friend of eon and every one
I ar ma- of us-oar mother.
pasedd through Thberefore, I, Albert W. Gilebrist,
M Governor of the State.of Florida., do
L 'dn by designate sad proclaim Sunday,
of. I e Mes ay 1W a me thers' <*day, and ree-
B^ s amm d that it be observed as such in
Sall bome and eurcbes by the people of
t our this State. Moters' day should really
g t eIn mCO4 be every day in th year.
U Ad -. ^On thus particular day it is reeom-
i W ea, to mended that the custom observed in
i Oeoasty. nad other States be followed by each per-
Slo, oda, madme son wearing a white carnation-"its,
_, whiteness standing for purity, its form
pvim fp or for beauty, its fragrance for love, its
Sipaet and r. w*id flei for charity, and its lasting
SImsmm ment quality for faithfuiness-all being a
i iono t the true mother's virtues."
located at St. In those portiotr of the State in
"1117'Of the which there are no carnations now in
.^ aL- evniae, the bloom, it is recommended that the white
and0Mthe Colord roe be used instead-the rose beitn
h mei; also to Uniyersally recognized as the queen of
State Arse"a1 at all flowers. It also possees tne char-
the Stte CamP acteristies ot the carnation.
I Inwt, oa the St. It is recommended that the various
... ... ~. churches arranige a suitable program
providlag for for mothers' day, Sunday, May 9, 1900,
l u exa ine.t and that each person pay some suitable
1-Un au~ofo the special attention to his mother, if ahbe
for the lane, is living, and to her memory, if she is
ads make a dead.
two branche of Done at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
r..d.... o1st day of May, A D 1909.
Pi prQVidingfor (S[AL.] ALBERT W. GILCHRIST,
and report to Governor of the State of Florida.
Stable resolu- j; the Gov r.
.f Stephen R H CLAY CRAWFORD,
J. ^ late Secretary of State.
Bi0a jpYddm for At the etaedist Chouch Sam4ay.
N-t od oter Rev. L. W. Moor., Prsidin gElder of
-" o-- theTall see district, eoducted the
u f orniae service at Trivity Metbodist
,reb. Tia m t part of tahe rvies
Swas made mor a enjobi and aispirtan
of by a wel rendered v to by Mim
4 ly Pickett and the sweat straila of a
o vi"olia o by Mrs. H--of
hepn ta o otae Cses e efor c a aa

Drainage of
tta 10 a try to athe


P U--td san tStenmSte the pr uebsr im-
p. s prames God-fivn messageam the t
to i-n- of the atteauve eoagrqatolr .
I e showed bow narrow for alea t I
:J%-S- 2 dftlvation through faitb hi Christ; how
serMrrow beoke m tedlactiae of
Ist --- Apt-l-o o ad da-Amal proa






T ,k ngus reali s the I
Sa- -or a...e-w -* r T .
^BIi~hBB- -t oo @aof booudiof ifbw ha a ,
a dsm- akesn rAe J. a enwl
r t t at rdtm wi h im 'Aiser44 pti. 1
isPvlommdh fathot awa. i










mt ddog emoe o mdulhC ti r e-
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*K'l*~b -**^**--- --^-- dJ--^^ ----- --J-- ^,- I
the gomaeaer, were present s ai- I
to let-. With pe la hre to Mr. MSeem.
ia thle aftsineen at IS O eleek a
Somsw e g a -essuble at the
&&M *so dH (tatf
.... Usebo n to toa h-nu wer-B of b
he1-- __ w&&-h --- &L.- ---e dte e r


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or

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Tkhe oey Gocs To

Tkhe M Schoos

Swerktienmt dm y Iakes His
Sal-Amau l Ap timant of
TkenMil Tax.
Hon. W. M. Holoway, State Super-
Iatomdent of Public Iltruetion, make
the somi-anual apportionment of the
one mill tax:
,Tallaha.. Fla., May 1, 1909.
Amount for apportioraemt, 68,26.-
47. Rate perpil, 71 cents.


COUNTIES


Alachbua .......
Baker ......
Bradford -......
Brevard-----
Calhoun -----
Citrus..----
Clay.-- -...--.
Columbia. ....
Dade..- ...--
DeSoto.--..-..-
Duval.--......
Escambia .... -
Franklin.... --
Gadsden-......
Hamilton ...--
Hernando.
Hillsborough..
Holmes......-
Jackson ..---
Jefferson ......
LaFayette ....
Lake..---.
Lee .--...--....-
Leon ----
Levy-.....-..-
Liberty ----
Madison .... -
Marion........
Monroe-----.....
Orase--------
Pae-o. -- --
Polk....... --
Putnam .......
St Johns......
6t. Lodes......
bwta Ross....


Wak- -.-.-_--
Waltel .......
Washington ... 1


AVURAGE
ATTZMDANCE


4,75 ........
1.8" --------
1.,6 .......
646-------
756.--
768.-
806...... .
2,1681......
1,750.-.. .
2,166 -------
6,570......
4,080..--.-- -

1,460 ......
628 ---
6,876 ..---
1,417--. .- --
4,620 ...-..
3,060--.. -
866-.-.
1,311---..-.
691t---
3,788 ...
1,4080 -....
506 ......

4,563--..
1,172.....--
1,808.... -
2,879.......
750.-- -
962 -- -
3.278........
I'M7 -----
1,641......
66 .....--.
2,077---.
1,117--... --
89 ........
140 -.. ....-
848........
3,140-...-..-
2.219-------


AMOUNt


3,239 02
36 06
1,316 34
46996
536 76
545 28
572 26
1.868 01
1,248 89
1.637 86
4 664 70
2,896 80
496 76
2,345 84
1,036 60
445 F8
5,881 96
1.106 07
8,280 20
2,165 60
607 76
930 81
419 61
2,686 93
99968
36026
2,387 02
99400
3,261 08
832 12
92868
1.68909
63250
675 92
2,327 38
1,166 11
918 06
83406
1,474 7T
798 07
Sl1g 19
616 3
1.619 40
M A
1.51940
1.67549


94917 167.44077
total ma't for apportionment 8, 6 47
Bal fwnd not appworWoed 79M70



Fre tu- Cmt of Vollma.


The uOml Sunday reity of Talk
bass was disturbed Sunday after.a
by a persmmnal meager I the lobby
he Lees Hotel between Mmrs. Jame
L Almader and Mason Thesrtem, ti
two Volumma enty rtpr a-mtlves h
he lower beuse.
Mr. Alexander was sting is t
bby of the hoteltalkingtoea frie
whs. ir. These eOtered sad in
mset sendm d..emanded o Mr,
Alaasder If he hbd made a statement
at e (Alaander) had wriem

atemam tldt yea wrote the paiefo
ip waw s I maade f orti



gig fit was written Isa my of
Swrebsrmed Mr. Alexmander.
l th two came to blows, b
F by tfrie -a.
Volsmls have d together em prasti

Mr. Alemsder declares that the two
ave arrived at the parting Of the ways
eaesn -,i, arise Over h la
N-m Mr. um ier f Mt a faen

A I eis id" bad a

Mr. l ib had made f&st
dMSS MirS ea .lt hesea Mo bt
W~bl Mhs easdas a Ilater.


S m 1W
mel"Heia saa^avhaaaIN. saw
N U ".-=^.U6t^ AI=r


hWiltML


PLEASANT SOCIAL EvoNT


That


mae" TremepreESlm Les,
nauea of This Pepw..


A deightftl lanebsa given by Mrs.
Jame T. ParkiMs o hori of her em-
si. Mrs. WE. alrsadema. of Moetiell,
wau att ed by MasJ. H. Hmmphrles,
O Bradhetowa Mrs. Harry H. Me-
Creary of Galaseville; Mrs. Alx. Moe.
D KU Mrs. W. 8. Qoartema M.
J.W. Collins ad Mrs. FrakP.Wood
ward,of Tal The tw-coarse
luOches cosisted of chicken sald,
ssadwichie, beaten bieeut, oves, sof.
fee, tea, from punch and whit ecakae
In the ose sad table deoratns,
roaes amd aaaOrtflaus were ued in pro-
fusion, aad a charming Mnn was
spent by th guesta.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. Gwag
DeCottes &d Mra. E. H. Ho pk of
Jacksonville, guests of Mrs. Fred. T.
Myrs wor entertained at Brid by
Mrs. T. Euene Porkins. The bostees'
eharmi I home was beautifully decorsa-
ted wi a wealth of lovely flowers,
chief amoo them beinr the sweetpoa,
exquisite alike in coloring and frat-
grance. After the game a delicious ice
course was served, which was partaken
of by thee bidden to the ame, and by
other tr t invited at a later hour to
meet tgladia eefrom Jaeksonville.
Friday evening was divided in a
social way between a leeture by Dr.
Lincoln Hulley. President of Steteson
University, at the Hall of Represeata-
tives, "Faein the Music," comedy
presated at Mearo's Opera Houoe by
the Tallahasee Druamat Club, and a
dance at the Leon otel, gives by the
young men ia emplmet to th visit-
you lad now in Tallahmba .ee
Dr. HU ley was ere In responsetoan
Invitation tendered him by the Lemila-
tare, and his audience w larelmy o-
of members of that body. The
dtinuiohed speaker e e for is
them, Te Poetry of James Wb/-
mb ley," and ed ar bisaudime
for an bor with selection from the be-
loved "Hooaier Poet," accompanied by
appreiative comment apos both the
pot and his work.
Dr. aley wea traded by Ger-
emora Gehit, to wbom th speaker
pd a pretty eem C!et by W Ipurla
to Some of t poets -b
Shm~ersies


Tb rebpatatm of thi Tatehse
Dramnti Club for ASo amalow esf

MlL m IAw- A-
treae e ------md UWSMmL
The dsenude e-eemilhmed by a
IaW woo ir IN the am.
erms,6 606 Iafrtima~s vie" nwas
t .so r Wid p-r fe s,
start toAnAMs.a waas a"WiON"dby their
-o W -e and hmey atpsms.
BDtweaa adelritfltI asl-
Nommi agm*fnTwmil w If
"M-Was- a-A------ -y i-- ** U
bers were frishe bymmr. 5ILK
Huaipbrle, wife all the hlter fk-e
Bra-dtoa an- Muld erk* Tr-sas
in vlsilte, d inbplpmefaatse-ayed
by Elnse..To~mm md M4&sa
The inW-Aj I woournvery "ll
to entertain t fnm again- at aa
witl da"e


d Owbn e toheo muberofet ertal.-

of the eeftefm 1sdw s m
*~~~~~" sot ths h or~qm

but Ww WU fa wa
M*e Iaw Lte 0e. s

do NoFlw Is .3,t he wt at
p a amus -mableas


at bb ra tom




God the ra Paim erU~
Iv a ~a". atMr.

befthm im ev. n: %hs.
dba efew Ali

'IPodAbO

t"UwSM


Does N wadt



Of The State FnrMi Al
Wants It ecri
In the matter of employing up .1a
counsel by the Trustees of the Iauoe
Improvement Fund in the Patei am
appealed to the United States Sqprm
Court, Attorney-General Pak .
mell took the position at theU time I
was ted that Mr. Jmenags he
employed, that in view of the feae
ha adl acoms more or les fa- L -
with the cas, and a Blo at A li ,
and Carter. of Pensacola, were sae *
the case representing N. G. Wada, w h
was a defendant wit the Trstee, h '
was opposed to the emloynmet of
special counseL T & Attorney-Geom
had the following spread apes t he i.
utes when it wa suffsted that a b i
ter be written to Mr. Jemning a
what his fee would b :
"In regard to the employn"t dt
special or additional counsel in th
ofR. G.Peters vs. The Trustees of %
Internal Improvement Fund, et
which has been appealed to the Ual S 4
State Supreme Court from the U
States District Court for the NortH .
District of Florida, at Pensaola
torney-GeneralTrammeu stated
did not think it emasary to
counsel in said appeal, ad th
undertake to represent the Trustee ,
the United Sates Supreme Court a
this can."
When the matter came p ape I '
question of employing Mr. J-ad
according to his letter axing te Sa
$1,Ouo, the Attorney-General i
against the employmat aed Wd
vote so recorded.


PrPMbetlaa "i S t Caml 1 '*'

Perry, May S -At a reaso meamt
of repreaetate"t etlss f iaM put


wet and dry lestion, a a h- sd
te to drive aaoese eatnt ofj








sah e 0 UN is o arsse'y.




*e semnt e sl the voW fi
eo. a *w*aos *.
down v b" eme ftam aess

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sTay vanoCe a h s I r


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WE SUEL
ase & SauoS a's Coffee and Te.
Carhart's J. K. No. 2 Coffee. Choice Meariibo
Coffee. Be-no Tea, Wbite Rose Tea, Lipton's
and Tetey's Tea. :
Our Electric Mill grinds your Coffee to order.

Randolph & Fenn.


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what hDolngla th cRty

Bora to Mr. and Mrs. George Bandy
to Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Do-
E daughter.
The roof of the poetc office building has
reently been reguttered
For the mon t stylish straw hat made,
u' go to Chittendon & Co's. 11
The city parks are being pruned,
S cleaed and put in nice condition.
5 or 6 doses "6C6" will cure any case
eof Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 7-13t
Mr. W. Archer Fenn of Fort Myers,
s vitbing relatives in tallaa.ssee.
Mr. R. E. Cobb, of Tampa, visited
is old Tallahassmo friends this week.
For men's Seriven underwear in un-
lon suit go to Chittenden A Co. 11
Ron. John P Wall of Tampa. an old
lmeber of the legislature, is in the
ehy.
r Mr. S,. E Gardiner, of Miccossukie,
INaIuest of Miss Ballie Blake on North
Calhoun street.
DrDr. A. A. Murphree attended a Boa
of Control meeting in Jacksonville last
J. B. Pruitt will preach a special
Sto mothers at the Baptist
muerh Sunday morning.
rs. R. C. Long has returned from a
delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. J G
of Apalachicols.


My line of Rugs sandMattmngs at cost.
1-tt J. E. Tuuas.
Capt. W. B. Denham, of Tampa,
General Manager of the Tamps North-
ern Railway, was in Tallahassee a tow
days this week, on business connected
with his road.
I carry a full stock of Silverware and
Cut-glaes suitable for wedding presents.
P. T. Nieholson, the Jeweler. 9
Meedamee Florence A. Gibbens and
Louis 8. Peek, of Jacksonville, wboJ
have been visiting relatives in Talh
see during the past month, expect
return home tomorrow.
Anyone desiring a quiet home
which to board during the sume
would be interested to confer with Mrs.
Florence Moore, North Monroe St., out-
side city limits. 10-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H H. McCreary spent
this week in Monticello and St. Augus-
tine, but will return to Tallahassee in a
day or two, to remain during the rest
of the legislative session.
For a mild, eay action of the bowels,
a single dose of Doan's Heguletsa a
enough. Treatment cure habitual
Constipation. 25 cents a box. AskJ
jmur druggist for them. 11-1m i
M Hon Dannitte H. Maysand wife spe
Monday and Tuesday in Tallahaee4,
Guests of the Leon. They were accot4-
kxnied home by their daughter, Mid
lisabeth Mays, who has been
Lnmnqing guest of Mrs. Mays' brother,
Justice C. B. Parkhill.
Why buy a Hanan shoe?. Because it
is the best made, lasts longer, is correct
in shape. flts better, looks better and


Fer anything in men's furnishings, or is better than any other make, sokionly
trucks, bars, dress suit cases go to b Chittenden & Co. 11
Ittendep & Co's. 11 /Hon. John S. Beard has invited a
('Mrs. Curtloa Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., number of friends to meet Senator
I visiting In Tallahasee, the guest o Money, of Mississippi, tomorrow night.
SL sisterr, Mrs. F. C Gilmore. / senator Bard Is domiciled with his
s ist e MK rs. a F ro.inet Gm ir.. family at the "Grove" mansion, an ideal
S M incar, a promadea business tr lc for the tertainment of a dis-
to Jaskssnville tis week uished guest.
rs. Dor Hopkins, of ernandins We want you monumental work. iro
aust of her cousin, Mrs. Piape Ifencing and coping for cemetery.
Wales Wilson, en North Calhoun at. THxCA"AL STO.N CO.
Dr. Armstronr csan be se ffe- Dt' Tallahamee*, FC
ly Friday and Saturday, t'k twol
-Fr/ -.- d ...... t wo. An excursion is billed next Friday
MFIysof this week at the Blox Lanark-on-the-.Gulf There will be
r Rest-Two furnished -- peasal band of music provided for tI
S et.-Two urnhed and provisions made for boating,
or without table board. Add j and bathing. Persons leaving
Nisa lale Blake, 448 North C ah lbe in the forenoon can return
a1iet. 11tf. at midnight.
Mrs. MtQreen Caires, wife of the Ed. V. Price suits hold their shea
mIber f Lm L aFayette county, hi until worn out, they are made of e
I .e Ihe' Iueband In Tallahassee for best material, fit and castle are guaran-
Ieremai ner of the session. teed and they coet but little more than
M9 W agT-S room house with large a ready made garment and give better
dssq ,po.t, on W. Jofferson St. Ap. satisfaction. Orders and measaue*
Sto M oe Sue M. Archer, 362 B taken daily by Chittenden & Co. 11
6t. ( The Tallahassee Tobsaeo Company is
J. C. Mbrroughe a prominent office making a wsee provision for the future
thef See Boar Air Line Railway when t takes steps to make ite shaded
lIn the city this week on bmal S els productive of something besides
u6 toh Railroad Commaisson. tobacco. The co spany Is preparing to
Mi amGe Goo. DeCotte ad L W frrigats and fertile for lettuce, plant-
*Jakof Jackeonvlle are now the i to begin as so s the presentt to-
Mr. ad Mrs. Eugene Per. OP is harvested.
ms North Calhoun street. You ean find almost anything to be
ah. W. V. Knott is "at home" to had in jewelry at Nicholson's, the Jew.
of Tallaase every Friday *elr.
also to the violti ladles Mr. E. W. Vanderpool, who haa re
M a Mlth us during the legilature. estly visited Tallahassee in the inter.
tr. C. Carry will seeded Mr. J. met of St. Jobs's river fishermen, re-
D.M gall as agentof the board turned to Jacksonvllie Monday. He
Sn this city. Mr. Cur s w accompanied by his dauthers.
family at present at the Len Misses heu and Emma Vanderpeol
^*aaLwho have bees the charming guests of
a large crowd of young hed eA=Hotel.
a straw ride outt. I "Dr. Thomas' eletrie Oil Is the best
e ihbt this week, and all report a remedy for that often fatal disease-
Ty r t evenin-. The weather reap, Has been used with Meesses I
whilee 4 mensin 0 1r famity for eight ears."-Mra. L.
SWhitseurs, ua h. Y.
Damiatte H. May of "Motbeh DIe" will be pp tely
Hon. J. F. C. ria of observe TalJan ee tex ne .
leek, -md Hon. J. w. 5K~eo of ChlMres, in the several juvele I y
formed a distingulased trio sets eldI the churhebs e S n-
t State capitol this week. day a f rn.O will read ppers on the
f mi. W. M. Uirardeu I4s sgIn.a influence and value of a mother' loveQ
SI of the Capital City having re S l tlbeuhing an th Sewe emblem
e from Monticello Wednesday. wi1 Mll be u aie ll we.e
Wa seA l mn iaed by her daughter, Th beautiful has of had-palnted
LL. .t m ggs. C. hina carried by P. T. Nicholson, the
t1he m o rn ssion oaf TeT Jewler, is becoming more pular ev-
Seate was visitted by about ry day. Come tW me o ye. 9
i wye women, embers of Prow. A hose on Boulevrd stret, occu
S am H-atwole'a Civil Goverammet pd by enotnrdltoP was bured to
t the State College. he round er s Teveaag.
d .tory of te State Co-lege, j11-r wwaseUm greST hebdww he-
*itoi o-- f the -s.,tate. fW lore a alarm was seat s., as tt it
so rei *ent iastuo esdits n w1a impeassibe for the Are cempy to
enrollmsent when te *atit- do mer itei prevent the t h
Si '"Are to other buildings.
Messrs. K dhes ad of T s
attile O'Nel, of Lake Cit ls Ala., were the guests o r. H.":
th latest additions to the e of B Sunday afternom sad Me
t thJ Nan Departmet m-lotiemis shoe the
SA SsiterCa. oMs. O city and b "were ey much im.
liM nai alate r of Mra. D. r. are toois a fr a eee.
'ssd**** u l est.ens b aa a els s
firmer matembers o O tie -0 Ivestmosts.
e vt he t Capital t bem Meaday e al t. t b Ikse d
.th we W. L N Mr. that they w e to a
S i T. tlai t. few to ity aV te e
T.La aasho- w theyosew a e. amp
C. ~ Apa hibo w Me eteaded to yem, gs-t


N-.
wmas I


Sunday afteraon the Junior League
will obaerve "Mether' Day,." Mitoe
Smith leader. He will be siaalted by
Reassel Miekter. Ruby yrd Beaste
Temple and LilAa Collis. The key
aote of Mothier' Deay s to beoor eur
mothers ad fathan sad the remem
brace of others. The wtto carnatiue
as "Mothers DD fewer sb: "It.
whiteoeS ataa proty ; its frm
beauty ; ise ftr e love its wide
leow of rth charity; its Msti
quaMtiea ea a a tre mth-
of the J aser Le46e0 as they beam
get emarausmias, iare white roes,
wear *en e year bsr eesi sIda after-
Mose, and giv ee oe meesle a wh
the Wa-tod iL to tha me anme
is bener of Why net mahe
es a day eof assehos. The mtheerof
SinbW are invited to atued
a~ssmeat


A spleadinwtumetmeat of isw m=Wd low" rI
Tallahasme
V. IF. sBxcloN.


'* *;


Our at ear of maoe w arie tob
a few days. Lo tas srwo
Hf TES CArAL 9&10 CO.

hirpe, sabies- Dam's Olatmet. At
say drug store. 11-1n
Mrs. W. E Dorey. wife of Rev W.
E. Lorey, of Woodvll, who was rap-
idly convalesing from a legtby ilamee.
had a roe W edneesay, and Is again
Orders and measures taken daily for
spraIng summer suits, tbhebemssuits
made by th largest ta lering hb e in
the country, Chittenden & Co. wWha ve
no other. 11
The north side of the addition to the
oUnty court house is complete. 1d
Judge Melaginn has moved his ofeme
Ithe rn. 1e mouth side is waiting the
Arrival of some window and door frams
rrom an Ohio factory.
rgest and most complete line of
ladies, misses, and children's white
ahoes in the city. Chittenden &
"D. 11
r Dr. J. J. Grant has just completed a
ftna oil painting ot General Robert E.
Lee, which is on exhibition in office of
The True Democrat. Dr. Grant inheri-
ted his artittic ability from his father,
Dr. A. Grant who painted the
m.p lnid picture of Washington, which
can be seen over the speaker's desk in
the hall of representatives.
Mr. M. W. Marion, of Marion,
reading elerk in the senate, was in The
True Democrat office Monday clad in
his heaviest overcoat and expressed
fear that his big crop of cucumbers
would be the victim of Jack Frost the
next morning. But the weather mod-
erated and the gentleman will be ship-
Shas product next week.
SA dinner party at the Bloxham Ho-
tel, given last Sunday by the genial pro-
prietors, Mesrs. Whittleaey and Watt,
to a number of guests, among whom
were several charming ladies, resident
and non-resident in Tallahassee, was a
great success. Every delicacy of -the
e.aoen was placed before the guests,
3m the hours spent at table were thor-
0 enjoyed.
An exceedingly interesting sketch of
Everglades is given in the May
number of The World To-Day, written
by Mr. Daniel A. Simmons, of Talla-
hassee. Mr. Simmons became thor-
Ibfhl y acquainted with the topography
the nature of the soil of the Ever-
gde during the years in which he
se as private secretary to Governor
Bro the great promoter of Ever-
*tades drainage.
Tho Elks Club entertained Wednes-
day evening in their comfortably ap-
pointed rooms on Monroe street, in
honor of the members of the Legisla-
ture. After the conferring of the de-
gree upon Mr. Zack Fenn, one of Talla-
bhasm a most prominent merchants,
refreshments of "Ginger Ale" were
served, and Toasts were given under
he direction of the toastmaster. Mr.
Hhrbert A. Williams. The response
w quick, witty and eloquent, and the
bourtped merrily by until past mid-
t.
Mr. Wm. Devan, of Richmond. Va,
resident of the Historical Publish
in Society of the Southern States, as
In allahassee. His object is to collect
ta for and obtain contributors to a
pilation of Southern history writ-
by Southern men. Mr. Devan was
e a Shakespearam actor of note and
kindly entertained the guests of the
SHotel Monday evening with *e.
lec na from several of Shaiespeare's
plays. Tbose present claim that It was
a treat not often eajoyed.
You should not delay under any cir-
eumtancee in case of Kidney and
Bladder trouble. You should take
something promptly that you know is
reliable ,omethig like DeWitt's Kid
ey and Bladder Pills. They re un-
equaled for weak back b sackeb, in-
namnation of the bladder rheumatic
pains, etc. Whem you ask for DeWitt's
Kidney and Bltedder Pills, beo sure you
get them. They are antiseptic. Ac-
sept no substitotee ; insiot upon getting
the right kind. Sold by all dru tts.
The Junior Leaugque had a good meet-
r last Sunday afternoon, PaUlne
Wallace leader. Three now members
took the pledge. There were S boys
and 46 girls present Officer made te
foliowirg report: Number of members
on roll, S; avoeragettemdance for the
month, 76; ambetr of Leqere who
are members of the M. Chuarch.
South, 98; visit to sick and str.age.
43; bouquets p bied eaureh 6 ;b
quets sent to dick 16: amom t raed dur
I the month, &l.6; amount expend-
ed, 21.64; a thetreseary, $4.48


Meld la Nemery of Dr. L. D. Geiee
at Baptist Church.
Dr. L. D. Geiger,one of the most prom-
inent and greatly beloved Baptist min-
isters, died suddenly on Tuesday, April
19th, at his home in Apopka, Fla. He
was Secretary of State Board of Mis-
sions for Florida of the great denomina-
tion of Baptist. On last Sunday, May
2d, the First Baptist Church, of Talla-
hassee, held a memorial service in honor
of tnas their beloved Secretary of Mis-
sions. The service was a most impres-
sive one the large congregation attest
ing the love and high esteem in which
Dr. Geiger was held. Following is the
program :
MEMORIAL SERVICES.
Doxology.
Invocation-By Pastor, J. B. Pruitt.
Hymn-"How Firm a Foundation."
Scripture Selection-23d Psalm.
Prayer-J. B. Pruitt.
Hymn-"Nearer. My God, To Thee."
Address-"Dr. Geiger a Friend to the
Tallahassee Church," by Pastor.
Hymn- 'Saved by Grace."
Address-"Dr. Geiger as a Denomina-
tional Leader," by Hon. J. D. Pattis-
ball, Plant City, Fla.
Addreas-"Dr. Geiger a Man and
Christian." by General Park Trammell.
Vocal Solo-"So I Can Wait," by
Mrs. J. H. Humphreys, Bradentown,
Fla.
Hymn-"Think of the Home Over
There."
Benediction-J. B. Pruitt
The Besult in Coelobia.
Lake City, Fla., May 5. 19009.
The wet and dry election is over.
Monday was a strenuous day. The la-
dies and children came to the polls in
the ram at 8 o'clock, and the rain did
not abate until about ten o'clock, and
there were showers during the day.
The women and children sang from 8:10
to 6:10, yet no ,ne was hoarse, and not
one is saik. It was saloon against bome
and home won. There were o a local
oti n men Monday who are today for
State-wide prohibition, know.i- a'leo
mean death and detruet wborever
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MW Whlsyiad vertenmenta are ntAt wcooted
sad kosted IN thismewspeewrat any Pince or
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shls o esebavetaupeard lIn It.
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eIlhahewee. Fr~day. may 7. 1W9.


The orange blossom is now the State
lower.
Peter Collier, the great New York
publisher, dropped dead on Saturday,
0 April 24th.
Be sure that you wear a white flower
on Sunday. It is Mothers' Day, and
this is the proper way to commemorate
it.
Tallahasee* gardeners are eating
roastinl ears while our Northern
friends are still roasting their ears
around the grated and furnacee.s.
Senator Humphries writes to his pa-
per from Tallahassee that the most
' serious problem before the legislature
Is the financial condition of the State.
St. Petersburg has had 10X),OO postal
sards, of city scenes, printed for dis-
tributlon in the North. Tallahassee
shouldd be doing something in the way
of advertising Its advantages.
We have reserved the Journal and
Year Book of the Sixty-fifth Annual
Se ons of the Florida Conference of
the M. E. Church, South. It contains
a full statistical status of this great
S re1fies denomination in Florida.
The Peasasmla Journal figures that
May erop of filem in that city is only
a blf millema short, but that this will
e tweaty-six million and one bahn-
a theausnd by June. What is Talls-
S hames doing toward their destruction ?
Tallahassee is to have a wireless tele-
phone.-Bradentown Herald.
Per the use of the gum shoe politic-
les- T-Peansaola Journal.
Oh, no, these are with us too infre-
quatly. The wireless will be used to
get facing conditions from the Gulf.
Se Dade City 8tar has absorbed The
r emesrat of that place, and now
S other Bowden will be able to publish
a better paper than ever. One good
paper, rather than two sorry ones, can
do mush toward promoting the interests
of Passo ouanty..
Bea. John P. Stokes, of Escambla,
s isved a signal victory in the House
ystaOd ay the almal atseoiwm pa.s-
S age of 1hi "loan shark" bill, there be-
la eoly two votes recorded against it.
Th is e o of tih most meritorious
=*auIm that has come before the
aNim, of the Lagalature.
C mus'a Go., ltlseas claim that
wui the 0. F. & A. Railroad enter
SOhmb s, TaUahasose merchants will
pai-ta.e Columbus whollets lain prof-
wow to the JacMeavili wbeholalrs.
The Tallahassee merchants wll patron-
I that city sad that railroad w h can
er the greater t
0 0 serious iterfereees with the op
waatl"e of the probiltis laws in Goor-
Saad Alabama has been the substitu-
".o'of "nser beer" saloons. Senator
imphbies goes a step better for Flor-
Seand ieatdeced a bill tshuing out
aNI 4raka that contain as high aa two
a t. of alcohol. In the interest of
temerance we hope it will

A e Ntbas voted to adfinaitely
p.the ease-dratien of the
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I AUTIFUL TALLABAJSSE1.
Editor Wetherington, of the Lakeland
News, who recently visited Tallabhasee,
thus writes of Tallahassee :
Tallahassee has three things in abun-
dance, of which we are much enamored
--fair women, figs and flowers. The
former are in evidence everywhere;
though we have four eyes, we had t0
keep them all working overtime to do
the beauties justice. Figs are to be
seen about every home, seeming to
thrive in that soil to an unusual degree.
And we never saw the like of roses-
Tallahassee seems to be their natural
home, and nearly every house is rose-
embowered. There is a profusion of
other flowers also.
The business portion of Tallahassee
is not very impressive. The stores,
neither in appearance nor stocks car-
ried, can compare with those of Lake-
land, and there is a general appearance
of age and dilapidation about the busi.
ness streets. But the residence por-
tion is very beautiful. Majestic trade
trees are everywhere in evidence, form.
ing vernal arches over the streets. The
residences are for the most part very
attractive in appearance, surrounded by
well-kept lawns, handsome shrubbery
and beautiful flowers. The outlying
country is rolling, the soil is fertile,
and the scenery is beautiful and pasto-
ral.


DON'T LEVT THIS TAX.
The editor of the True Democrat dur-
ing his quarter century of newspaper
experience has always insisted on the
railroads of the country bearing their
share of the public burdens, but no
more. A bill recently introduced in the
Legislature to require these public ser.
vice corporations to pay a tax of one
per cent on all their intra State busi-
ness is unjust. and in reality confiscat-
ing.
There is already a tax imposed on
their property holdings; and also a tax
on their mileage, which is essentially a
license tax and primarily just. But
when we consider the immense amount
of benefits a State derives from the
railroads, and that but few of them
are actually able to pay their expense
account in Florida from their receipts
thereof, we think this mileage burden
should be levied upon them with great
leniency.
But this latter proposition is a triple
tax upon the greatest factors in the
growth and prosperity of the State,
and should be given no consideration.
Is it possible that the Legislature would
still further cripple these great public
service corporations ? Let us show the
railroads as much consideration as pos-
sible, and our State will receive a much
greater return from additional road
building and the settlement of new ter-
ritory than by the imposition of a con-
fiscating tax upon their business
WITHDRAW THIS RULING.
The restrictions placed upon the rail-
roads of the State in prohibiting them
from making advertising contracts
with newspapers and paying for same
in transportation, is one ot the most se-
rious blows to immigration and to the
prosperity of Florida.
The measure or ruling has not bene-
fited a single corporation or individual
and should be repealed.
The Times-Union says of it :
"The complaint was made by the Pa- ,
latka News in a recent issue that while
the Florida Press Association has a few
faithful members who keep it 'very
much alive' and give It standing, yet
the great body of members are luke.
warm in their allegiance and rarely at-
tend. For this anti-railroad legislation
is to blame. If thepowes in their ln-
tease hostility to the rallroeds, whoI
have built up and are stall buMdig imup
the State, would allow a few gleams of
common sene to penetrate Into their
gralas, they would eaWe to fear that
the State newspapers would be cor-
rupted by accepting peaies i return
for a form of advertisalg which eanot
be reduced to a matter of book *e-
counts, but is mutually wneficial, all
the same. The diseoatinuance of the
publication of leeal time tables in the
weekly press is disgusting a large eltss
of the people of Florida to a degree
which will s time reAect isjuriou ly
upon the potitlal fortease of the pow-
ers that prevented their publiketion."
la future yaitwill be me e the
meet dagmasstal reeseds I. the hiuste y
Ml us eemetry a 1e eni sew11 prelo.
dsnt speot mma a sereIgsI M ihad
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NOTHING TO FIAL
The legislature in common decency
should grant the desire of Mr. Wall..
that he be allowed to go to into court
sad substantiatethe justice of his claim.
If be can do so, it ought as a matter of
justice to pay the debt. Any other
eourse of action looks like a fear on the
part of the of the legislators that he
may be able to prove his claim to be
just. To be sure. it is a most imem-
venient time to meet such a claim-
when the State treaury s depleted.
But that is a condition to which it was
brought by previous legislaturese ad the
claimeat himself is not to blame for it.
If the claim is a just one, t is ee
which should at least be acknowledged
as ueLh. If it is not, the legislature
has nothing to fear from giving him the
right to sue the State.
The above model paragraph, by the
"Short Talks" editor of the Times-
Union, suggests two possible conditions
in the legislative mind that are worthy
of consideration.
The fact that there exists a tempora-
ry lack of funds in the State treasury
should have no bearing upon the coo-
sideration, nor militate against the
enactment, of a law permitting claim-
atas like Col. Wailes to go into the
courts, and establish, if they can, by
legal evidence, the justice and amount
of their claims. That process may re-
quire years of time, thus affording anm
ple occasion for the rehabilitation of the
State finances as the effect of wise and
timely legislation before any judgment
thus secured will become an instant de-
mand upon the State's resources.
Those members or citisens-who
may feel inclined to oppose the enact-
ment of such a law should remember
that their opposition may be-and Just-
ly-regarded as an indication that they
are really convinced of .the justice of
such claims, but, like the members of
the famous-or infamous-"caucus of
forty-two" in the legislature of 1908.
are Ipredetermined to repudiate the
claims because they can ibe etahlishd
in the courts.

ANOTHER WORLD'S FAIR.
The Boston Herald of recent date
contains the first and exclusive an-
nouncement of the inception of a move-
ment to commemorate the three-hun-
dredth anniversary of the Landing of
the Pilgrims and the Founding of New
England by a World's' Tercentennial
Exposition in Boston in 1920.
New England alone, of all parts of
the Union, has never had its World's
Fair, and it is believed that the na-
tional and universal interest in the his-
toric event which the Exposition will
commemorate will command the enthu-
siastic approval and support of the
American people of all sections and of
ill classes.
This early announcement has been
Seemed necessary in order that the
world shall know that the United States
reserves the year 1920 for a World's
Fair; and that Boston and New Eng-
and will give the intervening years to a
plans and preparations for an Exposi- 0
tion on a scale and magnitude commen- t
rate with te importance of the event n
rhich was tht birth of the American
Nation. _
TO WHOM HONOR LeKS. k
Without detracting one iota from the m
splendid work done by the W. C. T. U. a
n the recent contest before the Legis- tU
sture. The True Democrat wants to hi
ommend the efteiet service of the t
LUti-Saloon League, as represented tl
ore by Rev. J. J. Thompeon. This ml
aper asserted months ago that the An-
-Saloon League had accomplished a
nore in the suppresion of the liquor hi
raffe within its comparatively short u
aistonce than all the other similar or- di
aniations within the past half cent- G
ry. We aserted this because we
Pre acquainted with Its methods of U
ork, and that it had a way of reach- w
M the voter and legislator not possible ,
y other means. b


Since Mr. Thompson has been in Tal- n
haseea he has been a most untiring ti
aborer In the good cause, working day
nd night for the accomplishment of his
purpose. and to him more than other
me individual is due the praise for the 1
splendid result. U
President Taft dees not seem to fear w
be Democratic party as much as aas 0
f its pretended fehds. In a reseat N
peh he said :
Speaking frtm the toadpet. I heg, 1
ra m ntrietle im t li my ieatr, L
weus n;ath e
leek f IWgMd la -4 k


'7mrn_^ rn^' a^ ur^^( r rn._

^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^--^^^mA 'E-^.B


Violin


Recital,.


By Pu pils of Mrs. eqan bourg at Co-aege,

Saturday AfterMuoosa


The Violin Recital of the pupils of Mrs. F. D. Hlequmborg at
State College for Wome, will take place tomorrow afternoon at
4 p. m., with the following program:
1. Quartette-Petit Symphonique--------...----.........------.....Tour
let i Mase Mary Page Randolph
Violin Muses Lola Snkler.
2nd Miss Elise Partridge
Violin Miss Ada Moore.
2. Duette ......----------................. ................. Handel
Miss Randolph


3 Melodies ...-- .......... ......
Missa Alberta Murphree


--------Kefts


4. Schlummerlied.-----------------------.. ----.. ....Moffat
Misa Bessie Eady


5. Valse Lento


-- --------.....................C. Busch


6. Abendruhe....... .......... ...................Moffatt
Miss Beulah Brown
7. Quartette a. Barearalle .......------.........----------Pache
i b. Standchen -.. .--.--......... ..Pa.he
8. Bluette ---- ------- ---.... .... ..... --------Papal
Miss Ada Moore
9. k a. Somtheil Denfant .----..............-----------------........... Gillett
i b. Barcarolle --------..... ..... .... ..... Moffat
Miss Elihe artridge
10 i a. En Eta ............. ........... Papini
Sb. Marseh --------------------------....----...--------.....Hermann
Miss Luls Snider
11. Quartette-Fantasie on Marchaper Housel und Gretel
-...--..----- E Von Humperdnick arr by B. Tours
o1st Miss Randolph 2dn Missa Snider
Violin Miss Partridge Violin 1 Miss Moore
12. 1 a. Romans ----..------------------...-............---Svendson
i b. Spinning Song ..-------..--- .............. Papial
Mis Randolph
13. Quintet-Gebet---. ---- --.--................... Redfeld
Misses Randolph, Partridge, Moore, Snider, Brown


Housel and Grete


The opera of Housel und Gretel, with its attractive fairy atmoe-
phere, portrays the experience of the "Babes in the Woods" in a
way that draws both old and young The troubles of the children
with their harsh stepmother causes them to leave home, and thy
begin their wanderings in the forest. When night comes on and
they say their prayers and lie down under the trees to slest, we
hear the soft, soothing music singing them into dreamland. The
next morning, we bear their little tip, tip around the old witch's
house. Now, this little house was made of cake, candy, and ugar
and while the little children are nibbling off the corners, theay
witch catches them and shuts them up, intending to fatten
and eat them, but the children manage to escape and while te
old witch is making a fire in her oven, they steal quickly behind
her, push her in, and behold she is baked into ginger-bread, and
this breaks the spell for all other little children.


A SOBER LEGISLATURE. SHUT OUT T i PESTS.
The editor of the Sun has been either The fruit and horticultural inater
participant in or an observer from the of Florida should receive the attentip
outside at every session of the Legisla- of our law makers at the preset N
ore during the past twenty-five years, slon of the Lefislature, for the
singling with the members of both the thie matter is neglected the irlm
knate and House in a social way sa the diseases and insects become.
roll as in his official capacity. He tor Hudson, of Dade, bas
ught, therefore, be able to speak such a measure, which is for the
nowuagly of the present body of law- minadon of crop pests and
akers as to temperance proclivities, for the appointment of county
nd ean say without fear of eontradic- tors.
on that by far less intoxicating liquor The bill is fashioned after that
as been eartaken of by members of bu ben effective of so mer h t
his Legislature up to the present time California. It is posiUvety Ik
han has been the case since reco- the gret aoese of Calefega aa
uetion We do not believe that a fruit-prodauein State is due to do
ember of this Legielature has been rti of this law. The Tr e
ider the influence of liquor msies the erat is informed by the vmM t
laingaof the session, and a more tomooi thot Florida ha
aber body of men never conveyed from d mpftgr u od for all the dhss--
ay to day in the history of Florida.- posts of Me country.
amenville Ss. hbey should not oaly be
All glory to the improved moral sen- but thdir future entrance iat
meat of the voters of this country prevented.
hich elects sober mea for law makers
nd elects for the drunkards to stay at Justice Crew, of the Supreme
ome. And this is getting to be true of 01o1 didMes that a maan
at only of State legislator but of na- take the nUam of his wife la
saal law makes as wel. If both oesent. Semetomeamea
.-----fout west added that there w a
Dads't we tell you so, ColomeL Your stod or recorded slw fw ar t
4ath Iaue in some strange way moved taking the name of her huba alm
p to first position, ad wea.-True rasge; that it was a ewsem
moet becasome law without fterml
Yes. But it isn't the only oem -oa ae of unwritten ISw.
here it was predicted the is would -.. -
ms At and the fit last.-KMering The voters of Colhma& dON
fews. day that that es ty weeg
We jedge from this that the Cldml the dry cokn. a, Ishef
eilta that what was aut wit thte -e ee fu e t. s I
Ib"tunwe will be laIn the "ame- auMd lsml hinsdAn
SL u a d tdis be ilaM lmsabe n mM t u dmrl k


sna hleser aien"a oa s r rm s Do '
NNat eW M amWinh

W ha e-e .s e.) C -t,


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Mflwon=T 3=00=2E


tg/ ia wlmt ldt bfno vist.
utmmes ata u astw theatadaking
iw l ra wi, d that he
weMM e a-Mar the of the b es-
eus e erte se e-
La a mgfthy letter, addressed to the
t"e hMs, h- offers em unsolicited
dvise asebew the diemoeratic ty
m mc-Amet Itself i this nt tate.
I' True Democrat is real sorry that
Ot grst Nebraskan cannot come, for
we would have enjoyed a real tilt be-
twee he andCongressMmn Frank Clark.
T" White bMikIa.-Wha it SMauSes.L
It may be of laterest to the blic ts
know the sinletio of "the white
ribbon." Of eoura all know what the
white ribbon is andby whom it worn.
To the average* pens it signifies, per-
hama, te00ptan e* on. But to those
who w r it, it signifleas not only tem-
perane., but love loyalty, purity, moth-
er and hore. *he hboe is the nurse-
ry of the Republic," and all that is
good and wise in social science and leg-
islation looks back to the home as its
birth place. Just so the moral and re-
lgilous life of the community and State
Look to bome and mother as its factor
for future development. Therefore, as
superintendent of the mother's depart-
ment of the W. C. T. U. work, I wish
to thank our great and noble hearted
Governor, in behalt of all mothers, for
his proclamation of recent date. Satis-
fled am I that it will receive the hearty
commendation of all the people.
As Sunday, the 9th, is the day suR-
getod by Govy. Gilchrist that t he people
of Florida remember and show kindness
v t0o the mothers, it is to be hoped that
every family, as well as every religious
organisation, will act upon the sugges-
tion. Let us all either adopt the white
ribbon, or white rose, as bcth are em-
blematical of purity charity, love,
faithfulness, home and mother.
MRS. J. H. UITT,
Supt. Mothers' Dep't of W C. T. U.

Truth and


Quality


appeal to the Well-Informed in every
walk of life and are essential to permanent
success and creditable standing. Accor-
ingty, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna is the only remnedy of
known value, but one of many reasons
why it is the best of personal and family
laxatives is the fact that it rclanmes,
sweetens and relieves the internal organs
on which it acts without any debilitating
I, after effects and without having to increase
I the quantity from time to time.
It acts pleasantly and naturally and
truly as a laxative, and its component
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, as it is free from all objection-
able substances. To get its beneficial
effects always purchase the genuine--
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug-

Some Theatrical Jokes.
In a performance of "The Lady of
the Lake" the actor who took the part
of Roderick Dbu was known to be In
-pecuniary diScultles. When llodrhkI
gave the 1I. "I am RIoderick Dbu."
litajames responded. "Yes. and your
S rels due too," On the production of
a plece called "The Spy" the early
set showed that It was going to prove
a failure. So when at a certain point
a character had to rush on and shout,
"livo hundred pounds for the spy!"
the autber-actor, who was concealed
behind a rock, aroma and cried. "It's
yeor -- copyright, manuscript and
part!" That was the *ed of the per-
S W.h eating takes place on the
S 111, the mptatl&UmOs to play tricks
W t e firA are naturally reatL In
aser9y V." the laok which that Mlm-
W kA tt u braggart Plotol has to eat Is
M dnaly made from an apple. But on
e .e oesmois at sader's Wells the
S ijS lea of th evening gave him a
m mi, e i p bad so choice but
be struggle through It, though the
m es eoured down hit fat cbeeks.-
Orhlll wMagaziae.
saved iLa *Gldsh.
S Whe a Bavariam peasant treats him-
N i to a new bat, be does not throw
ft etM hat away. He lust puts the
Sw t a top of the old one. The
A W day an amsing enemy was wit-
l-ame at the Mumieh railway statim.
as si who bad bought a mew bat

it t s eatuM seto bw etwhe
Is a eam the tbowl was
aOd a s n 6a1 t. l or a

I 0110 b11 be1% bI&


"rAn ,or Om, Cnrr or ToL oDo, f
LUCAs CoNTY.
Frank J. CheO ey makes oath that he
is senie partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City o Toledo, County and State afore-
as and that said frm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every ease of Catarrh that cannot
be cared by the use of HaU' Catarrh
Cure. FRANX J. CHNICY
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
(sAL .) A. W. GLEASON.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials free.
F. J. CuNsRY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggfsts, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for Consti-
pation. 11-lm
Churc Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church. Booth. I. 8. Patterson.
Pastor.-4ervces Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Junior Epworth uo .00 p. m. P.m.Senior Ep-
worth L-- ue, 4.00 p. m. All member requested
toattend. The public and strangers specially n-.
vited to worship with us.
PrM.tyteria Church, Rev. Win. H. Ziegrter. Pam-
tor.-Re-ular services at 11 o'clock a. mn.. and at
7:30 o'clock p. in. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.
Midweek services on Wednesday evenin at 730
p.m.
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Pruett. Pastor.
Serv-es: Sunday at 11 a. n. and 7 0 p. m.; Bible
school. -45 a. m.; Junior B. Y. P. U. 4 o'clock p. m.;
Senior B. Y. P. U.. Friday at 6 p. m.: Prayer and
Prai service Wednesday evnins at 7:30 p: m.
Everybody welcome.
St. John's Episcopal Church: Rev. Samuel Mo-
ran, Iector. Early celebration-Sundays and Ho'y
Daya, 7:10 a. m. Morning prayer and aermoI 11
a. n.. Evening prayer and sermon. 7:.10 p. m. Fri-
day cveninr 7:30 evring prayer and lecture. Re-
hevarl of thoir lriday night after service. Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.
Christian Rckence.-Serviceare held every Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock p. ma.. in the front roomraecond story. of
the building east of the postoffice. This room is
alma used as a Christian Science reading room,
and to open dally except Sundays and Frida.
afternoon. between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock
a. m. and 4 arnd o'lock p. m. All are cordially
Invited. The Sunday School is held Sunday mornm-
ins from 10 to 10@oA.
Catholic Church-Rev. Fathers Bresnahan and
Buckley priests in charge. Services every Sun-
day at 10 a. m. Masedurmnn the week at 6:45 a. m.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WROIHT and BLACKS IFH.


General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .


A7 portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.
teed.

Notice of Teachers' Iaamimaatla.
T HERRBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
hold an examination under the Uniform Exam.
nation Laws of Florida at Tallahassee on the
flrat Tuesday after the Arst Monday In June
(Junt e th. 109) for the eWtifteatlon of teacher.
White applicants will be examined at the Flor.
ida Female Coller-e. the colored applicants at the
Lincoln High School.
All applicants must provide thbme.tes with
pen, Ink and eal cap paper, must present an
endorsement of good moral character and habits,
and pay an examination tofee of oe dollar before
entering the examination.
EDWARD 3. EPPIM.
supmdnt t of Instruinaten of Leom

The folrowi a list of Text-booak to be used
as the hbad Ja Junaexamnt on. IN:
Ortkgaa IR eeds WeAd lsMo. (3e). May.
n___ amn Ne0- w Yor .
CEm -Elem-*ntas* En slto caOmplesn.
by Grdinr. Kittm aA Ard (111. Gina ACa.,
Readin--Any dard ther will answer.
AritheMtier-MllMa Staadard (ec.). Amerieaa
ng" l h Or-mr-Law-Ms B. Eas's (se.).
Amwie s See c(mpey.
Plri-a stry-IrnMd Benmtt's (.).
Amereasn Seek C aid Pakeek's, H. .
w. a. Drew OC. Jaib-riIs. Ph.
U. S. Hletay--Frtod' G Mm Seheel (I)
Am ^er Jgea esk o'. deLt (elasI.
Missem>[e OC.. Auh Ga. ,
On Oer m -d Tes,-- M edn-**Wemmm t
.tf nebad the Datte *tae (U). 3.0. Paint.
r Di eland. P, and ortam's Iashml Oreas

Ph eel 0egr Maarlhmead'a (6*1).
Raee her Schenis (TDc.m, Th e -tr- Om M ay.
Theory and Practiuse-Fura at gred-Chemem
Maaueeent. by Hagler isLMJ. The MeemUllia
Cempem,


The b.ank. may be had o est ee deals. 1*
the tetao. or trmm the peMlbem by mal. poat
pai.d enr et w.otofwpries.
V. IL HOLlOWAY.
f aStMe aSperiitoedmt Pubhae ln tm.

x"". ro iw"d lsbo^.vII&
SrX MOI ft datas amalleaifl
StheatM of AJI.....w 1 Rdesme. I
w todoago toe ar L ILI "n.
aa ead ha
itham thea baden


ArN 14 iftSi
t Fee AEB Vfl""b

--L-LdA-.--al


PROFESSIONAL CARDS.


Geo. P. RANEY, WM. J. OVI
RANEY & OVEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


N.


C. M. AUSLEY. M. D. .
OFFICE IN TELEPHONE
& TELEGRAPH BUILDING
NEXT TO UBRARY. : :
Home Phone 263. Office Phone

JOHN L. NEELEY.
ATITOaMT AND OOUNXLI.OR AT .LAW.
7. a 3 TULL.n1iON5 1WLiMQo.
TALLAIHASSE. FLORIDA.


sGHEAP ADVERTISING
5 CENTS PER LINE

All Clasfled-Wasta. For Sale. Exchange To
Rent. Etc. each Ineertion cents per line and no
ad. for laa tanm6 oeta. cash in advance.

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

SEE Us! Fpr all kinds of printing.
Furnish your tationery neatly printed
as chbap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopee.
FOR WooD-Phone Dr. J. I1. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 29
TRESPASS NOTICES, printed on cloth
on short notice at reasonable prices at
this office, and it might be well to run
short Trespass Notices in your home
local newspaper.
Da. J. H. BuTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. 29


esmm nla a = to get he
dare fully from dead-
ly disease-wm they arem rq* u&
ly given


Nothing winl non srelyprevent
hog cholera and make hogs grow
larger and fatten quickly. And
when Pratts Animal Regulator Is
given cows they produ&e more and
richer milk-t regulates the blood
and digestive organs of all stock
and thus earns Its small cost many
times over. Try t. Sold in 11c,
60c, 75c and $1.00 packages.

cure wheen anj hing wilt PS
gPJW quickly rVs out worms.
Next time you're In the store ask
about these famous preparations-
every one fully guaranteed.
T. B. BYRD & CO.



Izecutor's NMUwes.
Notice is hereby given thatsix months
after the date hereof 1 will present to
the county judge of Leon county, IFlIori-
da, my flai 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 executorship.
FtmDEkICK T. MYERS, Executor.


Jan. 1, 1909.


45-lm7mos


J. V. CULLEY & SON.,

Mrs. If. Pope.
UNDER TAKER
and
EMBALMBR.
Oat of town orders re
, eelves prompt attention ,
( Day or NIJdh
Licensed Embalmer.


O& 'PheeUf.


C L LARDLEY.


Eltalacr.
Only Ueensed Undertaker and
Embalmer in the Oty.
bme. nl.M 2 wMb.l&h L

II III too"


244 South


Do Your


J. H. HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Thwning,

Sheet-Metal Work

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

NOTICE!
I have opened a new shop
on East Jefferson St., oppo-
site flish market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of
Tin Work, Plumbing and
Repair Work.
I guarantee satisfaction,
having given satisfaction al-
ready in many of the best
houses in Tallahassee.

"t H. R. SAULS.
329 E. Jefferson St.

Fishing parties on Sopchoppy and Ock-
locknee rivers. Launch "Star,"aspedy,
comfortable safe Expense inconsider-
able. Fish biting NOW. Address J.W.
Wood, captain and experience guide
Sopchoppy, Fla. l1-f

Notice to Debtors dwW Cediwtos.
A LL PERSONS, WHiTBtR CRKEDlORM.
Seratees or distributm havin el elam or
demand againt the e*stee of Willis M.
ston. late of I-n county. 'lor d, willprmwset he
Nme to the iWnd =d within two () yeMn. or
this notice will be plkd In ban rf their r 'ery.
(G. W. RHODES. Woodvlae, Il..
Administrator of Estate of WUlam M.
April 7. 1MO. 74-t


THE CAPITAL INN,
569 S. Monroe St.
MRS. WILLIAM LESTER, Prop'r.
RATES: $1.00 PER DAY.
Reasonable Rates by the Week or Month.
Everything New, Clean and Neat.
Best of Service.
D~ ~ ~ ^^" @ O@ @@@@@ @@@


THE LESTER HOUSE.


PRIVATE BOARD.


139 S. Calhoun Street,


Tallabasusa, FWords


STABLES,
Brosough Street: Second Block West e
Fire Station.


A canp et Whitesea wmae
mm am bismClow'


-vv~k A! -,-
- kmam .Webe P


inwe,~-~

wo me~


Excellent Fare $1 Per Day.
SwhI btes by WeeMk or M. Ibt dCcihwbft


etY our I nms frm the


Good Saddle Horses, New Buggies, and Good Double al
Single Drivers. Call and see them. Phone l.

A. L T Y, Propritor.
dTanl e Flirla


now


F THEY DO, they I
be repaired at onma
does'nt matter whether it
a small leak or w h et he
whole joint is loose, the
sult will be the same.
perfect Plumbing is thi
cause of a great deal of
ness, and too great
tion cannot be taken to blmT
the water or gas pipes e
good condition. If there
anything the matter
your plumbing, 'phone p,
No. 80, and I will do te1
rest, My work is dona
well and reasonable. .

R.J. PH ILLIP$,

Sanitary Engineering i
Steam Heating.
Gas Fitting



Fors ,ae
Quarter of a block,
school. Apply Mrs. M.
Park Avenue., city.


Offw 'Pws orea


'14 pa r- r-


pipes luall?







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t!HU W3UKLY Y22M DgNOO3A?.


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IKUL DgMOCRAT.


TM e A. swltrn.e eva .
',I
UY11WB1rT V3IDAT MORNING.

ARTILLERY CURIOSITIES.
I -
l Time Cannen That Were Made ef
Llether, Woeed and Rok.
jimAe the curlositifs of artillery
l veotiios have a greet place.
bave been made or the most
I I aterilals. Leather was used
oIly lm Henry VIII.'s day at tbe
oi f 3oulogwn. Tbhe very articles
sto In the tower once, and
sNw them there. inscri md
Martl opus est cut non deficit
ll Are they still lying In
m oner of a forgotten lumber
7 Tb7 Scotch employed leather
to 140 to batter Lord Conway's
timOs at Newbourne. an4 they
e w ork well Descrtbing the fe.
ol urm in Paris io 1792. Carlyle
iOt cO eitizen bee wrought out the
of a wooden cannon, which
Soill exclusively profit by In
SI e ln staace. It is to be made of
SI the coopers, of almost bound-
SsUber. but uncertain as to
small pieces brought to Prance
te Siameseo ambassadors as pres-
fro their klng to IAeils XIV.
the only artillery procurable for
St5ak eo the Bastllv--or eccentric
so doubt, adorned with dragKon
gMetde Insrrlptions, bht rl elt'tit
maoshJp. We read of gold atiun'on
Iladi. There were two so de-
at laroedt In Hurtou's time.
wibkb regular adoratlou was of
lIs fact, the tllbes were of
but the maselve gold casing cost
the defense of Malta In the old
the knights "Invented a kind of
see of their own. unknown to all
world beside." says Brydone, an
l-w etes. They followed out the inat-
S rok here and there In such fash-
is that tb cavily wasn llke a mortar,
a barrel of gunpowder Into the
plugged It with a wooden dink
t SltUng ad ihenaped niswMllane-
proJectles thereullon. About fifty
these singular 'caiion |deferndel
and landing places. nome of
were sill feet In diameter and
w 10.000 pounds welght of Iron or
lo ilo,the air. Doubtlesa if all
weit w e y would do tremendous
spon an enemy trying to
Om ae sn eccentricitle still more
ll record In a til i onf tile
of Chlnal, twor UimmnlInts.
was found a cannon four fewt
Iobes long of terra cotta, with
.tat ballets. It Is e,in tel d
we w Cort' retired after his
ighbt at Coutl. Talnasco. the na-
empled the Sanish susit In clay.
to produce the same results.-
Itd & rd.


LIKE THE INFERNO.
Mle Deeeliptlen ef a Climb
a Veleanie Island.


Over


diob over a volcanic Island In
sm thus descrlbed In Outug
bi Robert Imnn:
ab away Into chaoa. Up
AM of tuffs, crevlcn like salt
wounds, chasms with leprous
thed all like mand Iass
F t more crinkly and venomous
I'ached white and redl and
Is their depths. they seemed al.
pl whbltle-yet they did not
iUe-i furtive, ambileut, high
lsilsbo-ooolr Was It sound?
I weuld pause and catch only the
OWrdenmed silence.
thia' seemed more friendly
sulpheur eo locker choked. You
have passed a burning bunch of
Satehes under my nime and I
lhave Ilped the fumes like
IW. But the Invisible vesioua
behed out everywhere, secret
yv; now from Jaws iand
feot and more across, no
nJ o yellow, but with rfanig
Wh lt or brilliant green and
with rapler-Ilke stalafniltes.
trmolr pulsle, as the whole
a vast roof too clhm under tbe
Of the sun. And below on the
wr ue rudf the beak the pant-
am fIlashed out the supreme dc-*
bllg. rcllnkery and over-
trablled away Its sm-ear of the
mslbow auem of sulphur from
onelsc. It was a |pldill
000fl f rom that grant furnae
[i l ullawn fuingI poInt, a.mi4 how
i te sold wave and wluds or
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Oratory.
s oratory. DBrdder Jack-
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Mes says bt a am white
a b"N as pose a a
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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.

THE GREAT SALE STARTS SAT., APRIL 29.
AT 8:30 A. M.
Every Artk Marked PAIN fIGURES for this Great Sale


DRY OOODS
The Famous American Prints 4Ac
The Better Quality Ginghaane
Homespuns. 4jc and...... ..
Good Bleaching, yard wide, 6f
up to li
Fruit of the Loom .
104 Bleaching ...... 2fc
White Lawn 6c and up
India Linn l to 29c a saving of
M per centt
Ribbons, 3e to 12c yd, about
half of the regular price
Towels, 4e. 6, and up to 29-
Counterpanes from 0c to $2.90
Handkerchiefs, Sr, 4e, 7c to 19c
VERY SPECIAL
3,000 ydo of fine Embroidery and
Edging at 7he yd well worth up
to 26c. Don't lose the oppor-
tunity of a lifetime.
A BI1 LINI OF LADIES'
Muslim Underwear at Factory
Prices. Dnt fail to inspect
same.
Spool Thread, two spools for rt
I.ldikea, Men's and Children's
Hose., Sc, Ie. ,9c. li ui to 39.'
Men's bvershirts. the 75c kind,
all n .. 43.1


UNDERSHIRTS
%Ic kind ... 21e
40e kind ... 2
00e and 75c kind ... 43c
Night Shirts, 7T-e kind -----......43c
Pajamas. $1.5u. 8c per suit
The finest Neckwear ever seen
in the City. 23c. 29c and 48c
worth double
Men'sOJd Pants.from 6c to $15.00
Knee Pants to Suit All
Straw Hat., the latest for the
entire family, at one-third lesa,
we wamtt to .Ive you money
SHOES.
Oxforls For Ladies. Men, and
('hldren, at Advertising Pri-
Ce.
Palra-oln and Umbrellas. S9e to
-... $398
Walking Canes .39e up
Su ipendn'rs, 14e to ... .-..- 3
Suit ('aews, from 89c and up
2'.) Hli-hiv G.kled Frames and
Oil i'aminen r., well worth $2.60,
at 43, (wit'i ah $2.001) pur-
cheio- ) It must be soen to be
apprtril ted.


Now 'an you. in justice to yourself and your family, re-
main away? Come early and go a good advertiser to this Grtat Sale.
w -, .

A. H. GINSBERG,

Bargain House,
.ZS 250 Mul SL 0pilto xress XOMflk.

T fdlh Me, Florida.
WA hr hI ut S i To.


SI Mr. James S. Denham, one of Florl-
da's most valued citizens. died very
STATE NEWS suddenly at his home in Monticello last
SIWThursday. Mr. Denham wasasueees-
ful business man in Jefferson county
and served it as county commissioner
Sanford is paving all of its principal and in the State senate. Besides his
streets. wife and children, he is survived by his
Tampa is now contemplating the erec- brothers, Messrs. W. B., and Andrew
tion of a ten-story sky-scraper. Denham and a sister, Mrs. Samuel
Manatee county fruit growers have Pasco
organized an association. River Juction, May 3-A sad death
occurred Saturday when young Horace
Three acres of celery land was recent- Locklun, of River Junction wasinstant
ly sold in Tampa for $12,000. ly killed by an A. N. railway train at
Coastwiae shipping in and out of Fer- or near Sumatra. Fla. Mr. Lockim baa
nandina is constantly on the increase. just recently given up a responsible po-
A Chicago syndidate purchased 35,- sition on the A. C. L. railway and ae-
000 acres of land in Volusia county this cepted a position of fireman on the A.
week. N. railway in order to be near his fami.
A three story brick building is to be 'y, and t is sad to relate that he met
erected at the corner of Lemon and hs untimely dath by the egine and
Third streets, Palalka. tender becoming uncoupled and hiq
Whislippers and pumps for dropping or falling between and seera
White shoe, slipp and pumps f cars passing over his himy. aung la-
the "May Prty. Get them from death. Hibody w eared to
Chittenden & Co. 11 Apalachicola and prepared for burial
The growers are predicting the larg- and returned to River Junction on an
est crop of oranges in the history of extra train and was interred in thetfan-
the State for next season. ily burying grounds at New Center in
Weaver Bros' Gaineaville SteamLaun- the presence of hundreds of sorrowing
dry burned to the ground at 2 o'clock friends.
Sunday morning.
i The new city directory of Tampa
shows a population of 50.000 for that Olftn I lTk M Ji Am
i cit7 and its immediate environs.
Bids are being advertised for the con- WakU d Ib OT r-Wl,
struction of Jettles at the mouth of the
'St Johna river. Uhealthy Klaeys am Wlpar BlD.
The fourteenth annual convention of Weak and unhealthy kidnp ainm M.
the Florida Division Daughters of the eposidblefor.much sickness dseasufferiig-
Confederacy is in sessin nSt. Augus- therefore, if kidm-S
tine trouble is permitted to
Major W. R. Thomas has purchased continue, serious ra
all the real estate holdings of the late suits are most likely
C. W. Chase, in Gainesville, at a price to follow. Your other
o1 about $200 000. organs may need at.
Wilmot A. Winters, a fourteen year-. tendon, but your kid-
old boy of Jacksonville, fell forty feet neys most, because
from a magnolia tree and his escape they do most and
from death was a miracle. should have attention
Th-* government will establish an ex- first. Therefore, whea
perimental farm in Hurnsado county on your kidneys are weak or out of order.
land donated for the purpose by the you can understand how quickly your -
Brooksville Tobacco Company. tire body Is affected and how every organ
The grand jury of Hrando county, seemsto fal to do its duty.
has asked the people of the county to If you are sick or "fee badly" b
meet at Brookaville and discuss n e taking the great kiduby remedy, Dr.
ourt at Br ookvid rods. cu a nw ilmer's Swamp-Root. A trial will con-
courthouse and good roads.vi you of its great merit.
The first ale of a portion of St. Pe- The mild and immediate effect of
tereburg's recent bond islue for im- SwampRoot, the great kidney and
provements brought the gratifying and bladder remedy, is soon realized. It
satisfactory figure of $1 10. The bonds standsthehighestbecauseitsremarkable
tear 5 per cent interest and run for health restoring oplerties havr bees
thirty years. proven in tbouamncsof the most distru.


Sever.J hundred acres of trucking
landA have already bern sold in the
newly opened country alemi the Okee-
rhobe. round. west of West Palm leech.
the ail.s exceeding in value $6,000.


14


Ing cases. If on need a medicine ye
should have t best.
Sold by druggists in
fifty-cent and onedWlo
lar sirs. You ay


aeaw u pa. oiue
Richprd Croker has bought $,000 feet by uil free, also a
of l.anud south of the Binhnham pilac. Impl t telling you
miakilg over a milh of shore on the At-! j howto find out if yvo I dmvS
Intic and more t an a mile of phure on bladder trouble. IMento thi s
Lake Worth, says the Tropteal Sun, of when writing to Dr. kilme& M
Vw est Palm Beach. The lhoum will be DBlghamt., N. Y. Don't make any
built t ,n an elevated ppot overlooking take, bnt rrmemawr the name, SmSp
toth theu oceM n d the lake. Root, andm dm't let a dealer sell
AhNut 7 o'clock. LIst Saturday morn- something In place of Swalmpl.R~u
inar, H-nry Wi;imms,. a employed you do you wi be diappuoins
on ti:. f rn of Jack Hawkina, who re- WJI
d,. stlut seven eilee southet of a& p h Pe gbh
Wellbo i. was shot and killed froaa i-s lalturned tosodeed I e
bush. walsk the etor e m it e
Walde-n the mag ei aw isa baby. '
m mg with a fatal isap rs. te hiAd mfl.-sse b
dies. le he anew a a t met mnlo ese tby
from a tked d a sahd ehest, d or I- ua- .... s. se,-"
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oI ad amS theahy m a m m w
be* qiMom west to pay a via t
S.Ajetabl Ma. MacLame ot the
who lived ever the Bscotch
he waMs a trugal woman, but
asn mw that a ealU from these
aot that they womOd tay to
f ta*. ahe determine that they
hae a the best in the house. so
Sple the table with Jellies and Jam
rs and hortbead a nd all
d9l lees of the mason. and, the
ha g been long,. they partook
-13. and after the meal the
amitosher:
S'Mma MaeLae, were you at the
Oh. aye" she said. "I was"
S*And what dMd you think of the
satmemnt of the miracle T" The ser.
S-M had been on the loaves and Ashes.
I4 thoueSht It was ood." said Mrs.
StkAd what is yoor idea on the sub-
S, Mrs. MacLa.en" persisted the
S Lor.h." sid their hostess suddenly.
do thuinkln' that It you and the elder
d b bin la the congregation there
Swadas bin twelve baskets of frag-
a mets for the disciples to gather up!"
A Juvenile Wriggle.
Mother (an Invalid) Elmer, what
did you do with tha orange Mrs. Neigh.
b r gave you to give to me yester-
dey? S all Elmer-It was too sour
SfOfto, mamma, so I pot some sugar
8m It and ate It myself.-Chlicago News
It Is from the remembrance of Joys
S we have lost that the arrows of at-
dictlo are pointed.-Mackenzlo.
"A Saile
h a pretty hard thing to accomplish I
when you re blue. bilious and out of
amots. There is a sure care for all
dsed of stomach and liver complaints--
aMtlpation and dyspepsia. Ballard's
Nlrbine Is mild, yet absolutely effect-
Ive in all cases. Pnee 50 cents per
bottle. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.,
dngists. 11-1m
The Senior Epworth League of Trin-
MY h ureb will have a special League
/ Da~ ervis May 9th at 8 o'clock p. m.,
,M i Trity church. The program Is well
'stagd and wall doubtless be inter-
hlne. All members of both league
Ma eO apeted to attend and occupy the
S faate tat will be reserved for them. A
erdial lavitatimn is given to the public
Maer and especially to the young
eMthly meeting of the Leajoue will be
,old n-day afternoon at 4"80 o'clock.


fast aowed 001^a1s Taiaoa4ss
A little beaekahe at frst.
Daily lsreaPat till the back is lame
and weaL.
Urlamry disorders quickly follows;
Diabetes and finally Brigbt' disease.
This is the downward course of kid-
't take thi course. Follow the
advice of a Tallahase citisea.
Mrs. B. P. Isaler. 4 6 Douleard St.
Tallahas Fla., ays: "Weakemed
kidys u-ndem-ined .my general health
and Ifelt miserable for a IMg time. I
ohad sno ambition and the least work
tied me. My rest at mght was fitful,
y apptito ea pooeer and my whole
bdy was racked with pain. Learninag
of Day's Kidney Pills, I proceed a
box at Hardee-Smith Co.'s d tore
and found them to be just what I
needed. They gave me prompt relief,
and for that reason I most heartily ree-
ommend thm to anyone afflicted with
kidney trouble."
Por asle by all dealers. Price 60
eents. Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name--Doan's-and
take no other. 11-1m
The Retort Ceurteowe.
A lady passing through the negro
quarter In Mobile. Ala., heard an old
woman chanting a dirgelike tone.
"Auntie," she observed. "that to a
mournful song you are singing."
"Yansum," was the response. "I
knows It's mo'nfL but by stangin' dat
mwng an' 'tendin' to my own business
T epects to git to heaben."
His Luck.
"I have been engaged to at least a
dozen girls," said a young man.
"And always been unlucky in love,
ob?" Inquired a lady.
"Oh. no-rather lucky!" was the an-
swer. "I've never married any of
them!"
An Order Not Obeyed.
An exasperated Irish sergeant, drill-
ting a squad of recruits, called to them
at last:
"Halt! Just come over here, all of
ye and look at yourselves. It's a fine
line ye're keeplu', Isn't It'"
The Resemblanc*.
"I wan always Interested In airships
and flying machines, so I bought a the.
water "
"Why did you do that?'
"A theater baa wings and fias."


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SrETHE EARTH DIES

And Whim Our Other Planets and
Our Sun Are Also Dead.

"" STILL THE HEAVENS BLAZE.

The Infinits Space Shall Always B
Filled With Sune and Worlds and
Souls, For In Eternity There Can Be
Neither Seginning Nor End.


The earth, was detail. TIh oth.r
planets had died, ,one aft.r Lti' either
The sun was extinct, but lhe stars
were till twinkllng. Ther ha sill al-
ways he stars nrl worlil.
In the unmesurable et.rnily line'.
which Is essentially relative. INs deter
mined by the niovi'rniert o'f eicht of
these worldls, and in eacih world it io
felt according to the N'PrsiI;nalI Nf'nti
tons of their lihniitura x. ;lai'h glo'el
measures its proplEr p'rl+ol ,of inr
The years of the 'eartlii ar noit liteOrwe
of Neptaune. Neptuie's y*,nor .iijails I'
of ours and1 is nor lonrigir I:i lie. all o-+
lute. There exims j, n proper r e4i,1iii iti
measure of tlii suiie tmjl-riiift
In thef rinop ly s|rne'I' tli n nli o's ltrt ex.
lat There are no yieirs, ino ",tiinrls.
but there Is n wity of w ii ng'it,, Itr tlrin<
upon a revolving glodi' withloult iwrl.
odical Inove'neents one1 "nn li vo'i i<
conception of tinhi, wlhanteeMor.
The earth existed no lonigeir; tneitltir
did its eelpatlhl ii, ihllor. ?,i, r, inor
beautiful Venus, inor (it) g gnnIh' Jupl-
ter, nor the strange' universe of iat.
Urn. Its rings gone', nor the slow plan-
eit Uranus mid Negptune. nor evtni
the sublime iotn, whoiem ray" had for
centuries made fertIle the celestial
countries suspended In its light.
The sun was a black gloli. the plnn-
eta were other black glolis, and thin
lavisible system ronlrtineeil to course in
the starred Immensity at the boom of
the cold darkness of spare.,
From the viewpoint of life all these
worlds were dead, exisie't no longer.
They survived their antique history as
do the ruina of tile loed cities of As-
yrrla, wbrbh the are'haeologlat dlicoy-
en In the desert and revolveml dark In
the Invisible and unknown. Every-
thing was covered with ice, 273 degrees
below sero.
No genius., o anIP. coldd have
brouabt back the days of old when
earth shelled through space bathed In
light. Its beautiful green meadows
awakening with the rays of the morn-
elf son. Its rivers flowing like aer.
pens through the green flelda. Its
weed reverberating with the songs of
the birds, Its forestl envelopedl in ema
estlec mystery.
Then all this halppiine ssmntedl ter.
M1i. What has Ibomtnie of the mornlngs
acd evenings, tihe flower andil it, lov-
il, the harmonies anti Joy, theI Ie'nii-
tie and the dreams? All have disap-
peared.
The earth is dead, nil eflip planets are
dead, the sun ins stint. The solar
aptell gone. Time Itself even annhi.-
Time lows Into eternity, but eternity
mcilna. and time revives.
Before the earth existed, during a
wholt eternity, there were sune and
we Md, bamanltles filled with life and
tVWtty a are we today. 1or millions
Salltlos of years our earth did not
4111t, but the universe was no leas
brf aats After our time it will be as
0befia Our epoch Il of no Impor.
The dead Bad cold earth carried to
WMIt. however, an energy not lost, Its
meroevmt around the sun. which ea.
W1W traMstermed Into heat would eUt.
lae to Welt the whole globe, to reduce
It to vlapr and to begin a new bletery
Sh, whichle. It is true. would not last
I f if tthis movement arenad the
Ma shuId suddenly mee the earth
wONM fall late the sun and eaoe to
atd It weuld rus toward It with
r hereasitag speed and would reah
1Rh Isty-*re days.
WhNm the earth is dead. other worlds
wM eMM. Thee will be other human.
"B. ether Babyloiolan, other Thebto
$14 ether Atbenlean, other Romes,
( agi Paril other pslacem, other to-
'ether sleorim other lOves, other
s theOe -w unlver.e will diap-
it their tun. to be followed by
There. At a certain time ar
Wa lt the future eternity all the
-of the MIlUy Way shall rush to.
S** e ater of ar avt mad fem
1 **-me. *rldable auR. eamter of
whose eame ns weride


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FOR SA.E BY AILL IKlUGGIST.

Quite of ner Opinion.
"Oh. I did o went to hnave a talk
with you? I'm almply madr to go on
the stagye" rexlaimed a gshin" young
lady to a |oplplar actor.
"Ter, I should think y. would be
iy dear young lady"' remarked the
great hiatrion.
CaoBY latent.
"Why do you wear a yacht~ng cap,
deah hoy? It. your brother that ewna
the yart "
"Very true. old chap This ia me
bhther'sap.' ('leveland rimai Dieler.
Besuty ti part of the finlabed lea-
ia-ge which goodnaes apseka.-Ullot.

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[ Dr Armstrong, in person. will he at
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May 3rd. 1 day only.


+I Notice for Publication.
DEPARTMENT OF THlf INTERIOR.
U. Land (Office at (;aine.ville. Florida.
April l0th., IWt.
Notice IN hereby riven that Edward Gray, of
Ockkecknee. Fnriia. whio. on ALril 1., 1904. made
hometead entry. N. 31lir. 6, rial Number 02647,
for e>uth half f north eaxt quarter. section 2,
lownihip I amJth. ranve 2 went, Tallahasm-s m.
ridlian, has filed nrice of intention to maka final
hive year pmrof to claim the land above described,
before thec lrk uf the circuit court at Tahilaha-
ae, lorida. on the 19th day of May, 109.
Claimant amm s awitnnee:
Wllia H. Bradshaw. of Tallahase. Florida.
Jackoun OGry. of Tallahaa,. rlorida.
Thomas J. (iGwdl. of (Oekkecknee, lorida.
K'ward F. Hale. of Ockloekne, D)orida
-M Henry B. dhubb. Register.

Guardian' Netice.
N OTIC Is hereby iven to whom it may con-
*ers. that as guardian of Charls W. Man-
nine. a minte. I will make application to thoeoun-
t Judo Lson e irounty. Plorida. at his office In
t t eoArt house in the city of Tallahassee. on
Monday. May 10. A. 1). liW at 10 o'clock a. m., or
ae soos thereafter a. I can esrd, for authority
to aell all that certain tract of ian. descnhd am
follows:
W 'i of a av., *exept to n aers off theU w side of
sectio 10, townahip a n. range 2-7S acres.
No% ofa t of portion 20, township 3 n.
range Ie-40 aere.
w. ofaew t of metlon 21, township 3 n.
W 4 of a I w rofsetio n. township a a. range
W of en% s se, ept s aerm off the w side,
rune in Its full lenrth. of sctio n towship 1
n, rang e w--70 aere.
Sof *o and a of section :. township 3
n, range 2 -e4 acrene.
XB k of a o% of section ., township 3 n. range
I -e0 aree.
l of n and n t of no* 4 of aeti S33
township S n. ranleI e--120 ares.
N w of mactionm &. township 3 n, r.am e
-1l0 sre-.
All situated In the State of rinrida. county of
LAmn. MU. MATTIR K. MANNING.
5-4w Guaridian of Charle W. Maanlng.

AN ORDINANCE.
Providing for the keeping af the street of the
city of Tallahasee In oodi rviair.
Be It ordained by the city council of the city of
of Tallahamem, as follow.:
Mcation I. That In pursuance of Chapter 6W.4 I
of Ihe law* of Viorida beinr an act to provide for
the keeping of the streets of the city of Tallahas.
me In *oil) repair that every ahle-bodMed male
person over the age of eighteen yeers and under
the a of frty-fv year., residents In the city
of Tallahassee, Flrida for Ten days. and who ar
not a&eased for any city toex upon real or per-
asmal Iroprty, shall be 'ubjeet and liable to
work on the atrsts and brideIn maid city for
mot more than aix days in seh yar: Providedl.
that much person me ms eet to sto t duty may
perform suchk mrvima by an ile-bodled substitute
over the ag of stamea. er Ia liu thaeref s ay pay
totheehbtforf esethe om o fifty entere for
ech day he Is rqauird to work taking his. T-
eVOWfortheismelandmaidehi o at polee sall
pay to the city trear er them asm ea colnetad at
the and of arym ymeth. No perl s hall be eai
ailed to work IMh trsat. for -oe than three
d oa In an weak **aset la mase of Utorma or
seaklty.
LJtiuanL aem plsa Allmmalmd and die.
Peri*a wh ehall preire ertlieseste at
seek dimalsvIby from oim pratkinlg pyml-.
4= 0=0YeWf*~S r slDepartment. membas
o Dsabuse ok t a ad mitoe is share so
this sedlinamsa.
SedmetiloL. The Si d at ple shal n a immi la

t .JI. at a met e
writift or to iPo Bveo t seep tiamaaadowina90
lae stor msa a at of twhe i e -a .
dBw.1mau aili 14 a% asset is
twosh...a m i. a=1tha tmaa11dpl1at
litadeat Ao sWreab er w ftu emi msk mait.
-bm w mbt t i w P -1- 11 el w eaoa
lawwtamay be served hby laing Itwithe
amereowf thi at wmar th age attwelv

Yearsdat hi e mAidi,,
etisaa 4. Awy meek ha falkin e as refltla-
to washf the to pwam a n itsd and atsa taM
shall be Sued nat ham e d e'.dslar m nor MeM
thea tn dolan r MprisMand i n the iety jail
for l s than aea sear *M. thea tan day I.
the don't iWeofthemanee'.
sortls Ik This eudimee shall take effect .
meinsaly anps Ite ePo andl appreral by the
rby thaeC mmP i aM t a the ityO a Ta1w.
kasoeL n. at resalnr meeting head an Aprl
A. i1. W. U. Kelsaeh. JS..
Attent: Preidemt City O mail
A. H. Wilohma. City aerk.
Apprived Apri**l .*,
.Fiesea m.win.hre..

In Court of Cowy Jdge's Court, LAeM
Coeity, iV.-la Probate

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TAULLAHASSEE FURNIRE STORE l


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.








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Other Goods at Reduced Prices.


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Below You Will Find a Few of My Prices

Best Apple Vinegar, worth 36c per gallon, my price, ..----.... ----20c
Granulated Sugar, 17 lb.. for $1, or per lb.------------........---..-. 6c
Good Rice, pr lb-----------.......-------.......------------.......-...--...... c
Meatand Lard--......-----.-------------.............------------......----....... 10e
Octagon Soap, bars.....-... .-----.........--------------....--..-.......---. --
Kerosine Oil, per gal........-..-........ ---..............- 1k
Wilburn's Stock Food, 25 lb bucket, worth $3.50. My price...$1.50
Stock Food and Chicken Food, worth 25e package. My price.. 20e
Wineof Life, Stella-Vita and Wine of Cardul. price$1. My price 7'e r
All Patent medicines at reduced prices
Yard Wide Shereing, per yard.--..---..--....--..-......------------......
Gingham and Casico --..--- ------. ..- ...- ....... ....... 5e
Truit of the Loom Bleaching, yard wide--........ .......... 10
Dry Goods, Hats. Shoes, Gents Furnishings
And Ready Made Clothing, at Hard Time
Prices. Call and examine my stock and
get prices before buying. I buy and sell
everything. Your Friend,

J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street
Store Phone Residence Phone A
208 256


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ELECTRIC


SCISSORS SHARPENER.

The most perfect little implement every3
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in ,
a few seconds. Edison's latest inven-
tion. Should be in every lady's hand
bag. Lasts for five years.


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REAL


ESTATE


BUSINESS


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SITUATION

GOOD.


I have a customer for 200 or 300 acres land suitable for Stock Farm.
able. I can Sell several 10 acre tracts near


Must be
the city.


within
Who


five miles of the city and price reason-
has it for sale?


Residence Property.
No. 3 R.
$6,506 An excellent, up-to-date. 8 room residence.
rew, eM Calhoun St., select neighborhood, botand tco
water baths &e., ne garden, pretty lawn. This bouse
Is biatifully furnished, piano included, all ready to
wae in. Price includes furniture. Can arrange terms.
No.4R.
$3,900. 8 room house, all modern conveniences,
near Poet Office, on N. Adams St. .This is a very de-
airable home.
No. 6R.
$980, Pretty 4 room cottage, corner Duval and
Georgia streets. $100 down, balance monthly.
No. 8 R.


$1,250. 6 room cottage, Gadeden street. near
Avenue, in good repair. Terms one-third cash.
tnce in one and two years.
No. 9 R.


Park
Bal-


$1600-6 room Cottage, lot 18UX210, Park Avenue,
Magnolia Heights, fine fruit, good garden, barn and
other out houses.
No. 10 R.
&,000-Eilrht lots and an 8 room house and a cot-
tage, on Monroe street. Close to business section.
Reasonable terms.
No. 13 R.
$600. 3 room cottage in Springlield, large lot, good
well, fine fruit, A good home for a colored family. _
No. 14 R.
$2.100. The Hartt place, corners on Park Avenue,
large lot, pretty location. House needs repair. Lot
worth the price.
No. 15 R.
$9. $1,000. $1,100. Three 4 room cottages. lots
85X170d well located. Terms one-third cash. Balance
one ana two years.
No. 16 R.
,t9o. A pretty 6 room cottage on large corner lot,
Boulevard, convenient to railroad station, park front.
Terms one-half cash, balance one and two years.


Timber and Farming Lands.
No. 1 T.


2,000 Acre In Leo. county, Township 1 W.
Range 2 and 8 W. on Ockloknee river, about 4 miles
from railroad only about 10 miles from Tallahassee.
150 acres cleared. 75 acres under cultivation, a 7 room
bouse and a 4 room cottage on the place. Afte being
cleared, them will be fine farming land. about 1800
Aere in 4imber, mostly Pin. Owner says will cut
about 4000 feet to sacre. Considerable hardwood. Look
at the price-$10,000. Only $56 per acre. The timber
alone i worth the price.


No. 2 T.


280 Ace Township 1 N. Range 2, E., 160
acres fine woods, pine, oak, hickory, &ec. Never fail-
ing stream of water through place. Fine pasture, 120
aseres fenced. Fine farming land. 120 acres open.
About 40 flne peach trees in bearing. Land lies well.
Dwelling and out buildings. Price $12 60 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 5
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. This is certainly a good investment.
No. 1 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. 2 F.
375 aeres, about 8 miles from Tallahasse, rentl
rolling and table lands, light gray and clay Sandy soil
325 acres cleared. 5 tenant houses, good dwelling
house, (coat $2000), 3 good barns. Price $7,800. Rea-
sonable terms.
No. 4 F.
680 acres, Township 2 N Range 2 E.. well watered,
about 500 acre under cultivation. 5 tenant bome",
dwelling needs repair. About 160 acres in woods.
Price W8 per acre.
No. 6 F.
9 acres, near city, on Quincy road. Fine for truck
and poultry. Price (360.
No. 7 F.
681 acres two miles of city, on S. A. L. R. R. Fine
land, 7 room house, barn and out buidinga. 2 good
wells, 50 aseres cultivation, plenty of wood, fine pears.
peaches. apples, fin and mulberries. Pecans, lots of
them. Price 81,750, if quick.
No. 8 F.
200 acres well improved land, 3 Milese from Court
House. 11 acre shaded and now being prepared for
another crop of tobacco, 2 lare tobacco barns. 100
acres planted in corn, 7 aerem cane, 6 aerem i cot-
ton 6 acres peanuts, 8 acre sweet potatoes. Plenty
of fruit. 100 bearing pecan tree.. One 4 room boose,
2 tenant house, 8 room, 2 tenant houses, 1 room, a
good 6 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, dim
harrow, eut-a-way harrow, plows, Ac., lc. 4 good
mules, 10 bead cattle, 3 ows and pin, turkey and
chickens. A complete, well equipped farm. Can ar-
range long terms. Price $20,000.
Building Lots.
No. 1 B.


12 splendid lots on Duval street north of th
ernor's Mansion. Price very reasonable.
No. 3 B.
Only 2 of the Magnolia Heights lots left.
$115.


e Gov-


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.


CRUM-T SI CISKS. At 8 o'clock p. m., Trinity Church, Leon county. The other 82 counties of Grammer Scboel Gradataj ser-
Rev. R. V. Atkinson, D. D., pastor of the State are reprqented in the re- (ctSee.
e m" Io .. W atWoma... 's First Methodist Church, Live Oak. will manning 195. The first session of the The 'rammar rrduatig class of
St Wee" wI Wea preach h especially to the members of the college closed with 114 students. Leon High~ ahol v t resting
CeCllae. Youn Women's Christian Association, ./ exerc s last evening at munro opereS
.the College faculty and the student Mrs. Henry T. Pelkel will be "at hexerse tht e* ng at unro opera
s malt regar coun.-" home" to her friends Wednesday, May hou m, at which were nt a large
n es of the State College for y morning, at 10830 o'clock, in 12th., fom 6 to 7. to meet the vlaitin Tadihence of interested friend i
w l be preceded next week by College all, there will be an exhibition ladies and the teachers of the Woman a T ere we anvw d very creditable
id other torms of entertain-, of work done by the classes in Dome.- College. "The Columns," 36 EasttookPw rsd
Bb other. ,n.,. lterta -eo a Artn.r d.." eette s. ._ e" Contest took-s whih wasde d
e Sstic ience a Art, uner the ireconlh favor of Llissabeth Parkll, the their.
of miss Catharine mulligan, who has tS A la l l teen-year-old daugbtar of C. B. Park
I charge of these departments. After By the mw system and style oe eyes hill, of the supreme bench. Tie medal,
-ft-1v1,om May 8th, at eomwncemt miss Mulligan will go to we can at an artificial eye over just a a had .sme gold one, was given by Mr.
Co ai t Je hmtl. r theUniversity of Tennessee where she sUghly shrunken eye bail, or wber the H L. Behen. mis ldfla Hlway,
&XVldJeF m th pw- be el e Dean of *omen for eye is mtwely out, or any kind of an an second beet. recee hvuonorable mnen
e A embgm s th euamme term, and given charge of eye whee the sight is totally lost. we tion. Dr. S. u. Tcker, of the Colo
W be a atas i the couraea in Home Economi can pat im an eye that cannot be iold for Womens made an interest ad-
5wth o German "Babsee Sundy afternoon, at 6 o'clock In the from nature. D. Armstrong does all dress on ahy," Mr. Moran.
tle of whom will gymnasium, an exhibition in physical this work personally. He can be seen r f to L-Epi col urch
aiSltlr5, mer the direction of Missatte WBlexhamrin egard to am eye presterdo te diploas.E1 hu
P ^ J *~ of M M y evein ,. at e e, DaeL trouble or nervous headache the two The gradating class of the high
KIeNG of M iss Mf at 8:0 o'clocktl tdays of thisK week, Friday and Sat- school tm t will hold their exer-
In: th ch ael- *aere Opera Ho-e, anual inter rday, May 7 and 8. is tmiht.
at S8 o'etock, in the soieety debate, between Minerva Club .I.
"o soe Arden" and Thian Literary Society. Ssm.me t Is it possible that the Legislature, by
Dab, direct tor of tie Tusday afternoon, from 4 to 6 an w" d a seitl. sf. c-h wt U its system of bigotry and narrowness
This mielodrama o'clock, Art Leve in Collge Hall, and 07 in tryi nto defeat ath meant of a
of the elebrated from 6 to 460, Clae Day ,xerciese on *- & t% C.L o o r t Jut obligation, that oIUy Walts
M R1d Stram, Campa. ma rdoe s t wuus y e am rI M IM s Mp ew claim, will deprive the eitisoen and
Nmlselatt willb to Tuesday erine, at 8:30, Muaro Op. *g dotu e s counties of Florida of a half million of
prfassor of Or- era Ho anua concert by student s a n m sma dollars more which Is due he State by
S of Ma ste Dpariat. a s thegovernment. After such base re.
May 1, at 4 WadneaB morning, at 100 o'clock, IMN. diatlon no sane man wi!l ever under-
evenmu at 83M0r in per se, ontat in oratory by Ahm MW to AW N o. 1..1tm e take prosecute a claim for Florida
Is by the i ad Seniors for Board of Con- against the genel government.
meeting of Wediadmy evening, 80JO opera S o see.r r le.
Thism- hou- 4th anal ae .dd.re. .HO.n. to n w .uI.Ms ...s *m'm.* A good eeped h.ad buggy cheap for
eHarde of L.Pam e of Orlndo. Alconfer. cashi(48 rnf- n e (t) CMrnS80.
-- 4 w beo f Fi wapi ndas B degrees by Has. two lok Iocsh (45KI C# ias S
S party P D the N. P. srym, Cirman of Board eft |le A sM' Ir Ms.m m LN.U
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laaa StateL UiN News.
Mrs. William Burey, of Thbam
county, Ga., visited her brother, Dr.
John Andem last week.
mr. R. Van mnt and faml hd
a private please om the Ba. last
day. Th1e were iJ th im
party by Mr. Dick .
MUm. iT. OUver amd *fCal
came dowM to theM bea Inmnm1
bile about the same timed theirat


esber aueo. bafoe t. IoaM avd ti m
BaIrn. The "Mle.o POi the mv a
after all. I
LIAt Friday Mn. A. J. 9tre_._
L Dikey, with his two mom Rd
and Jammae, weat to Cal, to
Gov. Hoake Sismth 0 ontheS
of "Oizd-ets." o Cmy thel ame
wu graud. -
on lat o r.ay. Re. s C. W. Jew"
ailed htis a-etai.t it Betr w
pTehie" at a. m.,ald 7p. .

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we ar somrry to say t wa y, wt
on that day byl elkm. IL. v..
Brown atad as E.pe d hM
place.
Mr. OxenMlm ofa Cl (m.
down to Mr. A. Ri.u1,M la e


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rM WL a. L lTa Phmehh. |e|lly I sei lmb TheTr Sedenss Is
IrF UMSBD VET iY FRIDAY MORNING. 15 11 E s.1
S2. LN Th ppuil of Lees HIgh School we
A COUT LL. POISON ro."y eterti KM onoky *veon b
mprof. m4 Mrs. L F. iarber, at their
*I Seet to C Cts the bhomo e NorthM Calhoun St Mr. Ba-
tS to C &e#. Cre Ai thete the prioeipal of the school, and
A^ J n u, Uri l r po ot elaims that's teacher i the State hasa
A Juvenile Court and probation bill j Pbetter tb ved or more studious set of
is now pending before the Florida legi- IS m be. Certain ly It my be
Ister, having en atrodueed in the .URESU..A M L. -EUEo psi "-ak iient piod-
eate by PreWident Hudson and in the F or wenty-*v. 7rs Banam ed B alm (. pal, ar me who is more deeeredly
hoe by Mr. Knowles, of Monroe. A we i,,mw, TrtySasd poi la with patrons, faculty -ad p.-
seerity of the States In the UniPon Pe, a rms of. me"r _d ada 'im. Dtns P r e
so ..me form or other, tried ,- .-s aE-., Mw _t n.e D ae!ld the younger folk there woe
tthe Juvenile Court and phe-. an a*ea fgaB. I t e A S.t th U of teacher s be-
as yste mfand it is hardly like y ha Jt**a MI*Yuc* s M in mre c ao d two or three
oft systewlldrefusethtakeherplali ein.eROs T b o. Thrust, Ph.Mies. Cpper-Clsrse of weest neigbbors of the hosts,
yr&d will refuse to takebar p a on ean- r pant of the koy, Hair w ho enjold watching the youm Moon *
the proeion towards progress such evbrmw ount. Iteimte. t who oyl- wathieg r -Lthe yo
as the adoption of this measure would r.um I~al iwplmpsofumm asat i gasK and chatting. wi t ach
W m tin6s. humm, takW m. 3.B. It kils otheri,
slo ..P ot. meket ol!. blood pu ilrich, .o Delcious lee cream and cake were
5ev. Crawford Jackson, general see-. th um F r l ba d .lte .... t t ro t
otary of the Juvenile Protoetive Asso-&.A I ia.t, .. w .- nd -p party bro- up, t
__m o f -lowalk l-.6ra AtstM "^ o*W i' fh.1, ww itchtotl. trwI ).
el"s, with headquarters at Atlanta, the wwmt e of Blowd PoIsoi, Rhe cui m w .
a Tallahessme at theb Invitation of Mr. Ecrmso "MR P
bs.to assist I6n securing thisvalue,- S(TANIC1 BLOOD BALM (4 I. 8.)i p-ie. ABI TART.
lElEghltion. To The True Democrat iarreMdients. It puismA and enrietw the blood.
Iv Mr. Jackson said: "If DRUOGGITS. PER LABRG BOTTLE. with NPNMatr11 dAy at Lat& MAIL
to^ 4*ns briefly the Juvenile ddroeUnna for kom eure.
dM tto briefly th l Juvenl Taia F. b. A merry party, regardless of tbhe
vM W n Probatiron system, I would HARDK. SMITH O. ,., *
o i a court as proves, in the o n star. ca wrrite change n the weather, went out to
of the presidi Judge, a wise Lake Hall saturday evening on a moon-
to the wayward e ld .n the ad- DID NOT BUT THE W ISMIT light plean. They gathered around a
offl o ef bisaaasewaiein p
"A&o- ffictS atI Was WcM aT cheerful bonfire built on the laesho.re
eolfun t Meor am ItntI*mmt anltd &walwl<-r-th k k p pts the
S _mbrto.thSm net-But It W"Givestort emru d tlt
aj o the.r to the se Gives pre tion of the Ane bream and trout
S a ~ e t child-thus orn- Caused His Death. which were to form the center dish of
r e_ 1 the bat, principles of mother-.the abundat feat pmvlod. Hot-
isa fa therhood a" well as of Ju- Editor True [ Democrat- -Please allow th dtiiet mtroe. he Hot,
; the Juvenile Court is pre- me space in yonr valuable paper for a paeed from frylic pan to tabe, and
Family court. th ..e correction. the cook was kept busy tor a long while
1 Provides that the Ju- oI se some one has done me great in- beforethe uests were satisfiedlhtful
Coul .rt, andsl l be a branh #of t twice. I did not seil whiskey to Those w enjoyed this delightful
Sii. bearachoft e rsPick en and Howard. Mr. outing were.
ourts, and t hat It hall have Howard didnot etify he purchased Mrs W. M. Holloway, Mrs. Stokes,
andunder. When this w is quart of whiskey from me. Messrs. Misses Elizabeth Maya, Fannie Coles.
-e ---up.. the statute. s of t. Stt of Pickrem and Howard came Tuesday Henrietta Ames Ethel Hollow yand
u. it wil bea .l tow.ard, evening to buy eggs and look at some Lill Bates., and Messrs. Jack abrv,
S- sbetterment and uplift. M. L cows, and it was raining. Mr. Pickron Charlie aumr and Robert McKensie,
S et,.tia .. asked me if I had anything to drink. I and Senators Clarke and Atkins.
S I t l detective of mp s. | h i i ^^^^ ^^^^^^^
*' is tb only movement I have told hm there was a little whiskey at selves of Coadele.
-- ,In thirty years' experience ofdeal- the house. He ws wet and said nhe
with criminals which has the ten would like to have a drink. I sent to Where.s, God, in his wisdom, has
deasy to check rime." the house and got a quart bottle. not taken from us our beloved Brother, W.
,. fell, and we all took adrink. Mr Pck- I. Langston ; Be it
forced late ulle. ren said he would like to have some to Resolved, That Woodville Camp No.
Wa. Upchurch, of Glen Oak. Okla carry with him. I told him to take it, 70, Woodmen of the World. has lot one
w a m exile from home. Mountain air' he was perfectly welcome to what there of its truest members, a thorough gen-
he .eught, would cure a frightful lung. Was in the bottle. Hoping this will set tiemen and a faithful Woodman.
Sg seough that had deSfed all rem. things right, I remain very respectfully, Resolved, That we extend oursincere
e *, years. After si months .WILLIAM C. ALLEN. sympathy to th family of tbe deceased;
death dorin his step Reolved. That a copy of thee reso-
a to se Dr. KIn' New Mr. Howard said. we went to Mr. ionbe eat to the family of the d
he writes, and after tak Bill Allen's to look at a cow and Pick- caied; t copy be pr o h e
a' i l A I a1m as well as ever ron wanted some eggs and Mr Allen ssed;tha copy be spred upon the
mn thousands ear from deeper- did not have the egg sand sent to Mr ,... neot th-Camp- anda silent
s l-dis-e.ea. nfal able. for Cougha Richards and got th em. Pickren aid to the True Democrat forpublication.
S M It dispels Hoarsenes and we ought to have something to drink, W. A. Reoir a,'
n. o ti. Cures Grip, Bronchitis, and asked Mr. Allen if he had any thing. H. B. ;Lv" G,
m b.e l Asthma, Croup Whoop. Mr. Allen said "yes, he had a little ..TRoUP L. PAo,.t
C O h.5 0e. and 91.00, trial bottle and he set to the house and brought Committe.
gwearateed by all druggists. back a quart bottle, not quite full, and -
11-lm ll three took a drink. Pickrn said Of C(M ON
sM..nM s.. let's carry this with us. Howard said or
I don't gue Mr. Allen wants us to or
S--" earry his whiskey off. Mr. Allen said H e NrtiRl8 Dl
I heitnlei Ir Tllafsase, Te ** yBa take it a ong. Howard putitinhis ih n rstNatonal D AI ,
ge This hmermf. pocket. Howa todtifild he did not ,, TAULAHAier
ST **ubu.y the whisk and did not know what OF TALLAHASSIL- LA.
A wa wM stated through the columnsof Pickren did. Ho did not. He consld- Is tU, sM, of 1,ori.aat theek, of bas, ,e
| PerW Afew weeks ago, the real ered It a a gift. I will testify to this Awp, .tIS
a market was and is showing con- a the evidence before coroner's jury. aSoUNcE.
Sa y. | I' L. BRYAN. Loae anM daaeount ..... ..m i n
.I .. Overdramfts. secured amod unsecurd .r
bis an asmed fact that the old sta ills oer eetf Tears. U.3S. a.n- to.swse vralmbiw s2.0 a
ew NoedBd Mr. C, A. 8hcu S e..... .. .0.m 1
am am IMr. C. A. Shoo- "The most meciless enemy I had tor Bnking houw. aumituMend fi turn Ias
ea 300 sane trestis will 2 ym declares Mrs. James Dun- o f um aW N"ianks,. met Mrv
e-ra dowk and s eral beiltn of s-ayneevilloe Me., was Dye- tates and Pri a te Ban ks s
lO brs d ston wil *l bo builtpa. I suffered Intensely after eat- ak. sTrustn comsese, m. d sw-
of them. S eral or drink ig and could scarcely sleep. ln ... ........ ...- .
4, t I* f wpeopr a-e n eAfr r may remedies had failed and ed n ow or .. 1---
^s^o.f pl are ow r1 several doctors gave me up, I tried Nteof otho r nUemi wNe. .
Mr. 8bmaker for a lot. Electric Bitters n which cured me com *PMud pap.r cum.e m AkS ad
of these that have bought pletely. Now I can eat anything. ILamwI n i :i oak ,
-M *.for aet a :re the .
to Am- fu riif-o am 70 years old an am overjoyed to pe. ......... m.
i COnBIkte Critia1 6 cie.ne ,__ .... .

> prepe' loose so thee Im- petote Kimdney, Troible, Lmeo Sack, _
etaeo r im movements to take Only fs at aldrugists -l AB ..
I- *onet fw mouths will be ___ *_ ^^^"_ cot ,tl k p M. .. ...... I &.*M
,J toi the Methodist Church o The State to Le lir. tllai. Bu__ fd tn pe w
S Avease, at a et of about Jacksonville is to lose MiM Madeleine .um e ... m .ee ad
pIjfclNa dollars. And the buidldiag Kelpp. a i the ews will undoubtedly g_^e Inn ..anleUSs 2 S
Ithe Dff Chureh a tthec cr boa r t dinopotmtmeut to ths who tssto ,u aN d m.a. s uad
Cg tM and Adame stretp. at a hiled het emlnr so delightedly. M_ W ...... ... .
Ao Ammtty thousand doltra. t Audust Me Kep will take a ,ai.* *.its c t'oeek 11.51 1
SeatSLem of the South Boule- party ot ynung ladiaeL te study cr.Jr'. ou -ei n".
hedi Mtliot Chreh, at a coast of muatd in UGermany for a year or more. ----
P 1 a ral MMthousand dollars. We The party wil 8o to the eharmn little T''J m -
t.-l o that Tllahaee will witaes ty where Mi Keipp's parents live,. eAT or ri-apA.
_e d the bigget building booms in and the opportunity offers unusual ad. cOunti n..f r
U- mext two years that she has had for vantaqes for the students, as MiS w-. cLewis. 0.. athe sev,*,mu.d
mesty. Let th good work go on. Keipp a people are German, and have ,o t ,o "0i, f ,m kwl.M.s dh~mf
.^- ... .-_ .. the entree to all that It is delightful in wC .uWt,
th ra resa. the mutesal world there Cacu-,< Ast.a: C W.
of use State,.w.ere ..he h C-o. *t Tallahasee. but came to this It


wel. knLow nu.was ...i.ni... U ct7 as a m-mjer f thne fculty of the I..'.. *wM th" s m
Clk M l a p. S 8ehoo f Musical Arts er year .here v lI C. .ii
ark n-i.t si__* Mi, has ben a very Ia asent one, but the I_ ... --
., griffin, of Plant City were field abroad will be wider and more to L SALT LJUl.
S,,Methodisto p rsoage. I An artist of unusual distinction and a Toe Can mGee AY Seo Newspaper oa
p -rfo "pat Dr J J. Thremp student iof great enrgry. Mess Kelpp Wa a WRdtfarleshng.
i perfrmeSd byDr~. ,. ,. ,hp rinag s u. her wwork mthusism and sym. ,
-'. Neut. mbr with Mrs.Mabel pathetic uider4tandinmg. This is a reading age. and those )Ie.
-aeo B3i, of the brlde--.i.d Ier d*eprtuie is mmeoreoy to be re. ple are the best prepared to meet the
S uBaswith A is- s Tedder. rett*, for she is a charming, cultured ig clel o(f life who are the better in
SmU ntsn. A few of their woman whoneinflue-r. anvwnere wuuld former. The True Demoerat anserts
w tmese the happM event be m~se -Jackesnville ('oat of Armw. elsewhere a large advertidsenet of
Mt Mrs. Mc.laren have been at Mis Kelpp was grnatlv .dmared ant Magaszine and Book Company.
1fius e for severulI apprh rats during her .*,idece i a winh it will pay every pnon is Loon
dernonll efo ri e 1v Tallahassee. .e.unty to carefully fo -r it eOws
.......theyw ti ..relatives. .byou how to secure imekor mew-
11wwn they will return A llSda o*y's Shrita. papw you want ab tely free of al
lt.it, borrf4h his tandmokthr. M No .aria sa. T 0n we pay fl your Tm?
iuN D od makes a mnddy, Taylor, of F bo, Ky., who writes"t De.--cra -. SMa the LioTrary sV p
We, wa mas whea all thought he would de. Bk. ti thqi paper. -tt
This L make se t e's Arak s vs, whoal mWred hMiWM Bs
B i Bk ed i2: nfaibtle forU Burn, ealda. Jai aWMa

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MAd lsFewelsne.Itirs DOWN haMd Mud
Cloil.Is relives Teetkhiug renbe.,OEM a
sand 0 timc.it asmitthe Fer.s
mtomech and Dowels, giviag hesitbi ad mq
The Children'ls iroo Xthus rIeMi.

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years for rheumatism, souralfi. lame baek, eto.
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LTuker.
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sumthi muingat SOwith the
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l-a -my Kindurgar-
*seeish DOBew-Coming through
oB rlad grte.
Wi 8Mg-Frt Grade.
DLelogu*-C. Taylor and E. An-
M-Wake, Says the Sunshlime-
tataW -Sprin Flowers-By
lb Watosn,3 gade.
9siM May Pole Dane By


-Lovely May-.-By Girls of
baMies Drill-Pupils of the
inqe Band-By boys of the


I Zaereids by 4th grade.
OI O t-Mamrg5 t Youne
s ntal, Doett-Gwyno Craw-
Dm re Burr.
Z ft -Juanita Simoens.
ireMful 8o0o--Ruth Child.
u Where There's a Will,
'a Way -John L'Engle.
f Y, a-By clas.
c -~Thim atest Safety Wheel
matal buett-Kate Byrd and
lstory--OurC lass-Mildred
M&,* So*g- By ClaM.
I- maely two graduates from
seolo at this session, Sinclair
"W-d Bernard Lunin.
,lautisdC elass exercises and
mot will take place at
House tonight with the fol-

Rev. Ira S. Patterson.
-Sinclair Wells.
IkBernard iLuaing.
-TKIg coNT-G-oIULU.
-Ladle; RKuby Byrd.
Dot Baby of Mine; Ethel
-The Drums of Fore and Aft;

Tbe Sailor's Return; Jesie
Legend of Bregenz; Helen
-Travers First Hunt; Beasie
-The RaleW Prepare for a
?Party; Anna Dickey.

Pumrlt t Excellence; Rus-
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-The New South; John Me-
E w to the Romean Sen-

The Unknown Speaker;
SN ieh the Highet;
Dmram of Tallabaime;
@* A .Merhres.


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StNATOMON@EZYSATURDAY.


viGIANT oFFICEs.


Several Offeadenr I Couty Bastile
Awaiting Trial
Sheriff Houstoun and his deputies
have been quite vigilant within the
past week in the apprehension of viola
tonr of the law.
M. Goodman, a Tallahassee tailor,
was arrested Saturday morning forsell.
Ing whiskey. About a half barrel of
beer was found in his poseseion. At a
preliminary trial before Judge Megin-
nis, Monday, he was placed under a
$600 bond for his appearance i Circuit
Court.
William Isler, a negr, was arrested
Wednesday for the ame offence. He
gave an an appearane od.
Willies M a nere boy, is under
arrest for the theft of cigars from the
TallahaMee Grocery Co.
Lewis Friedland, a small negro boy,
was arrested for a theft from a negro
pool room. After his arrest he cono-
tesed to the robbery of several Tallsa-
hassee store, which have occurred
within the last month.
Four negroes were apprehended and
brought in from Miceosukie for gam-
bling.
Josh Washington, colored, was ar-
rested under three charges. Under a
trial for assault and battery, he was
convicted and given four month. The
two other charges, assault with intent
to murder and shooting into houses, are
yet for triaL
John Hartseeld, white, was arrested
under a warrant from Wakulla county.
Tanlah*sseee mlle reeetlve As-

The recently formed Tallahassee Ju-
venile Protective Association, of which
Mr. R. J. Evas is president, met at the
residence of Hon. W. M. Holloway

Tuesday afternoon, about twelve of the
members being preet. This subject
As o pying maeh of the public thoat
at the State Capitol. and the a-oea.-
tin hopes to accomplish much good.
A committee of the members, con-
misting of Mr. W. H. Ruagely, Mr. L.
C. Yasger. Rev. L W. Moore, Mr H.
T. Felkel and Mrs. Howard Gamble,
was appointed to before Judiiary
Committee of the Sen to enourage
the peageof the e ill, now pending,
Vpus Juvenile preteetin.
At dh next meeting of the Aasocia-
tin. Rev. J. B. Pruitt will deums "The
Juvenile State," and Mr. W. V. Knott
will read a paper en the juvenile court.
a4 Sele, o
is the neal edition of any child that
has worms-lf It lives. Think ef hav.
Iur WSo ngea your stemsh that eate
Si take s msshmet. Nine
=ofAe t the whens I* werms, may
be yersm has. Be eertela that it bai
not by it Whte'l Cream Verai.
It expelans werms and Is a toea
for the bab-. Price s eesta. Sold by
HardeesSmlth CA.. drugrists. 11-Is

The May moe of the Kting's
Daugbtere will be he this aftenree
at the resece ef thi president. Mrs.
B. A. M M a en out Adams St.
s*endoes ast this meeting. as It is the
dtime fr the ansal pasy nt of dme
OW election of olew P.
Mm. A. H. Rro.,m,
P.T. N Ua t. he J sis do erod
pe O t w a trial.
m Mu 0l" Ms a WWfl. 9


The Koleqent NHialsslplan Will Dis.
cuss Dsafaachlsemeat Bill.
Senator Money, of Mississippi, on in-
vitation, will visit Tallahassee and ad-
dress the House Saturday on the
disfranchisement measure, now pend
ing before that body.
He wired Chief Clerk Kellum as fol-
lows :
"J. G Kellum, Chief' Clerk of the
House, Tallahasee, Pla : Accept invi-
tation to address House. Will leave
Thursday morning, and speak Saturday.
if time suits the Houne.
"H. D. MonmY."
Mr Money will be the guest of Sena-
tor Beard while in the city.
seys Will Be ess
and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, bums or sealds.
Don't neglect such things-they may
result seriously if you do. Apply -Bl-
lard's Snow Liniment according to di-
rections right away and it will relieve
the pain and heal the trouble. Price
25e, SOe. and $1.00 Sold by Hardee-
Smith Co.. drurgists. ll-Ilm
These Were Tre Bones.
Here is a fine story from life told in
an Associated Preom dispatch from Da-
ton. O0., "Rather than run down a little
girl who was in their path, J. L. Dins-
more and P. 0. Probsco turned their
automobile down a thirty foot embank.
melt and lnged into the waters of
Miami river The men were driving
the ear a Lre top of the I vee only
eight fet wde, when the child was
seea only a few feet ahead of the car.
Prebaes*, who was driving, said: *Is is
the ehild or the river?' Dinsmore re-
plied: The river for ours.' Althoumh
the river was at a high stage and the
current swift, both men escaped inju-
ries.
Kay Party P peei.
The annual May party which was ad.
vertted for this afternoon has been
p snod until Friday. the 27th inst.
The elay was unavoidable, and it is
hoped that all who were going to par.
tie lPate In the exercises will not be dio.
esoraged, but will be on hand at thia
later dete.
Inaetedof the usual services at Trini-.
ty heburch Sunday night, the Senior
rh League will conduct sa Inter-
ating program. In addition Mrs.
HeqeNmbourr will render a violin solo,
ad Mrs. Hudson one of her exceptional
vocal soles.
6 or 6 doses "606" will cure any ease
of Chills and Fever. Price 25e 7-13t


to the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
dkieal Circuit of Flrida. in and for
tMeCouaty of [Asn -tIn Chancery.
Jde Jas"*6CI~ma vs. Lpdl. June. Do-
RA INGPR NTE10 APEAOw
IT HAVING eDat-UMAIC APPCAS B
do &Svlt.o the e -iSIRAC that the pain.4
dameofStthe eliLedbe Johias 6.wA mmes;
*am hmw In maeliSete aw gm~el asub
llm *"awhe w .-Iiblu'IMW ii datwi
I' GS e thuIs tes'thew e ofI-d.
01 el Itafm&a Woo wd teOat ZO 6
hdelS. be Owmwi she bweeby requ6~eep
to too b -- h~t bo omoop=
121dsv "LT. livSSe;d MA t bu s nd
he ~~e a wge* 1w Siam 4) *ON oinle
whe is IWSI M ;4byTree anerml.s a am
mew ps is I mM Mat,
Wl~ ber '.P~hel.0.rhat m Caeft.
~ heel heet.thsSbda tw W fMae. 04.IP
I amityT. I'. ?ELE
clef ts a mniWe.
154w cleft oeMll CAere


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WUIle Kodol Is doing this, the
stomach Is resting-and becoming
strong and healthy. A strong and
healthy stomach guarantees a
sound and active brain.
The man with a sound stomach
-a stomach that is doing for the
body Just what Nature Intended
It to do-4s the man who Is always
prepared for any emergency. He
Is "there with the goods."
The man with a sick stomach, Is
a man sick all over. When the
stomach Is Irritated by undigested
food. the blood and heart are dl.
rectly affected. Then dullnse, un-
natural sleepiness. alck-badaches,
vertigo and falating spells, and
even serious brain trouble develop.
Kodol will prevent these.
Spurring the stomach and brats


to special effort by "tosmlcs" ad
"stimulants" doesn't cure aaythlta
or aeeomplish any good. Neither
does dieting. lndgeston and the
serious aIlments which It Induea
can be averted and corrected oaly
,by natural means.
Kodol supplies this sataral
meaas. It performs the stoaish's
work for It-juat as the stomahe
should perform It-while the ktom-
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Is beginning to look very shabby. What's more
parts of it have reached the danger point. Let
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and it will cost you more than the price of a new
Harness to put you and your buggy in shape
again -

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