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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 14, 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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TALL4ARAW FLORIDA, FRIDAY,


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od o4. et; Hoc Office; Equal Justic
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Ahiood


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The haiace of the fig tree and its
pesifg prodectiveness, are source of
'Mg eat by every person who visits
'aW aimse. The yards and the Ge&le
and the fence corners throughout this
se tiea art full of them. There are fig.
em sa in Tallahasee fifty feet in height,
S ad whine annually produce from ten
S thirty busbelo of fruit.
C Wo do pot believe there is a section
ea atry in the world where this
S bele m frt attains greater perfection
.. M In Western Florida. If properly
a' dWd It would prove a verntable gold
AW to tM section, for our importa-
ua offtga into this country amount to
s aetralmillion of dollars annually and
, oNorthern Florida could supply the de-
The Peaacola News has the follow-
a tho subject:
., slimmatic, and other conditions in
Florida, have lead to the belief
S gs-the finest in Americ--,an be
Sn!aed right here in this part of the
State. numerous fig trees are to be
n all sections of the city and
a oBt y in the neighborhood, have led
as who have medo id study of this
partilar fruit to believe that the fig
ambe raised very profitably in thi
aof te 8State It is also aid that
th proper care, the laret and
etg North or Soth America can
1Wsrmlaed is amd around Pensacola.
rma f Wthis that PeMaecola
Saeally the me attitude as i
-M the othr, astr omatries


atof6 tand other fruit. Ihave
Ifat have beem the most re-
p my efforts. I have, in view
Sabt, eolght a number of young
Shave planted them in my
E To tres. eZet. with proper
SGouraing. with allof
i of the Eastern fg
SisO an excellent market for
mt, especially in this
It 1iOaStae. I intend, after
TIhem i ad bave started
el to ti lanese of peek.
I a mi sft I have no ide
|l frit- stands of the citY,
e- try will buy .e
sei as rsdi 'as
/ s as Damamsm
O or 0
aied elcou try at
teM s the same as that
the ely diffornee he.
b fis have been
put thousad orame
a the State would
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,PleeM's Sesemy of Stat Ms I Love
Wuh t0 WaBlla.
The follUing letter appeared in a
reeeot IesO of the Crawfordville
Breeooe:
TALLAHASSsE, April 21. 1909.
Mr. C. R. Smith, Editor Gulf Coast
Breeze, Crawfordvile, Fla. :
Dear George-Being one of the con-
etant readers of the Gulf Coast Breese,
I want to express my appreciation of
the good paper you are giving the peo-
ple of my oWd home county, and to thank
you for the many expressions of good
will towards me.
Wakulla county and her people are as
dear to me now as wntn a boy I romped
over her fields, fished in her rivers and
hunted wild ducks on her coast. In
fact, I have never been able to leave
those ducks alone, and there is no pleas-
ure that gives me more genuine satis-
faction than a duck hunt in the creeks
and bayous of the Gulf long the Wa-
kulla coast.
In my boyhood, youth an4 early man-
hood, I spent many happy days in old
Wakulla, and formed many pleasant
asociastons that I have ever cherished.
I shall always cherish tre pleasant rec-
ollections, fond remembrance of my
life in your midst, and while I live to-
day beyond the conflnei of your county
line I have always had a deep interest
in the welfare uf your county and the
prosperity of your citizens.
'rhe people of Florida h ave been good
to me in a political way, but I attribute
no small amount of my success to the
loyalty and devotion of my friends in
Wakulla county, who have, It each re-
eurring election, stood out so strongly
in favor of my retention in the public
service.
For many years I knew Wakulla
comity as "Home." I shall never
know her people except as my friends.
I1 wish for you the greatest success
your profession. and I hope that with
succeeding Breese the, e will wome
bgger advertisements and more Mub
and better patronage gener-
rnr efforts deserve it. -W
-eq saeerely yours,_
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
Last Vesper Service.
last Vep serviee of the sea
was held Sunday afternoon at the
Chapel, and, as uiual, was a
dehtful oeeasion, attended by
of eltises. The program given
as follows:
-"Andante" (from Soenata Oo.
) .... ..... .......... Merkel
Mi s Cline.
om-,"Pralise God from All Blessings
W.,


SScripture Reading and Prayer.
Hymn-'-Lead, Kindly Light."
t-"Jeaus, Saviour, Pilot Me." .
.. .... ... Portiu a
Ioas~arah' Ulin. and Mr. Murphmre.
gan-"Andante."..........Guilmant
Miss Tartbt.
Violin- Selected.
Mrs. Hequembourg.
Duet-"The Lord as My Shepherd."..
........-- ......... ... ..Smart
Miss Sarah Cline and Mrs. Hudson.
Solo-"Abide With Me. .....Bohm
Mr. A. A. Murphree.
rio-"Com Unto Himn.". .....tudds
iss Sarah Cline. Mrs. Hudson aind
Mr. Heathwule.
Hymn-"Saviour, Again to Thy Dear
Name."
Benedictioo.
Postlude in D major-------..--...Tours
Mise Tarbet.
Nestalg of thMFrida S oate etei-
ealsmara Society.
The Twenty-seeond Annual Meeting
of the Plorida State Horticultural So-
eoety will crnvone at Daytona on May
18. 1, 21. Tht meetings of the So-
ciety ve been growing In Importance
and intermt from year to year. and the
twenty second meeting promises to be
so exception to this rule.
The railmeado have granted to the
members a rate of oes faro plesa 2
ent. fur the round trip. snd the hotels
are making a rate of free $1.00 to (t 00.
The people of Daytoa are preparing to
entertathein manbers with a steamer
r da en use famous ealifax River, and
alo to give the astumob ow ride
Sthroughe th ea bejatifal a teew rrade "
BoaiiaW & amerallmbm that the Day
e a enu're that a bea aful
S raM a wh oe both fe hing
and bathing a be eojoyed between the

bes eso a mne dr bo remtme0 $UtLO so
the seery, which wW ende em
to a oetiat of Euebeshp aaO a
supeof the preoe dla when pbfehed.
SeM $14.O8 te 1 0.a steIr. deerotary,
Jacksonville. sad be sure st stcd it at
Iao' these days before the Aratday of



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N6TUhI'. 3*!sa E VII KS.


Apprernato tSeem at th Baptist
sad Iplempel Churcohe.
In his sermon last Sunday Rev. J. i.
Pruitt, of First Baptist church, taking
his text from John 19, 26-27. paida
glowiig tribute to woman's influence,
especially at the fireide with her chil-
dren. He sketched the lives of the
women of scripture and of the early
church, and gave them honor for the
undying work performed by them for
religion and civilization. The service
concluded with a beautiful solo "The
Old Fireside," given by Mrs. Pruitt.
In St. John's Episcopal church the
rector, Rev. S. Moran, preached from
the text "He sat down on his throne
and caused a seat to be set for the
king's mother, and she sat on his right
hand."
Mr. Moran pointed out that in plac-
ing his mother upon his right hand King
Solomon had done a most royal honor to
woman and placed her on an equal foot-
ing with the highest authority in the
land. This is her rightful place. and as
the king stands for Christ, the head of
the church, so woman is the head of
that other powerful and divinely ap-
pointed institution-the home. Here
are brought out her highest and most
enduring qualities, and from
hence go out her strongest, purest in-
fluence for the uplifting and ennobling
of the nations.
At the end of his sermen Mr. Motan
recited the following beautiful poem
written by Joaquin Miller, and entitled
"Soldiers:"
The bravest battle that was ever fought,
Shall I tell you where and when?
On the maps of the world you will find
It not;
'Taas fought by the mothers of men.
Nay, not with cannon or battle shout,
With sword or nobler peOn;
Nay not with eloquent words or thought
from mouths of wonderful men.
But deep in a walled-up woman's heart-
Of woman that would not yield,
But bravely, silently boreher part-
Lo, tei was the battlefield.
No mmrnaIling troops, nobivouac song,
No baener to gleam and wav*
But oh, these battles they last solong-
Frem babyhood to the gravel
Yet faithful still as a bridge of stars
She lights in her walled-up town-
Fight on and on the endless wars
Then, allet, auneen, goe down.
Oh, ye with banners and battle shout,
And soldiers to shout and praise;
I tell yop the kindliest victories fought
Were fought in these silent ways.
Oh, spotless woman In a world ofshame,
With a splendid and salient sorn
Go back to God as white an you came,
The kingliest warrior born!

COL. V. N. JOUSOM
A CafeIato ser Beoese of Delegates
FPreeom Leea Couaty, Va.


(Leesburg Commercial.)
From Virginias comes the information
that Colonel V. M. Johnson is a candi-.
date for the House of Delegates from
Loudoun county. In colonial times this
body was known as the House of Bur*
gese, then as now represented by able
men. We trust Colonel J cnson may
be elected and the Commerdial believes
he will be. We naturally feel this way
owing tu oar interest in him for.Colo-
ne Johnson one lived ia Fnorida and
helped us mightily during the war.
Though a native of Virginia. he came
to th State ia 1860 as comandantof
the Tsliahasee Mibtary Academy. be-
ing also on Governor Milton's staff.
the war Governor of Florida. When
hoetilitiee began Colonel Johnson re-
turned to Virginia and joined the Con-
federate army, participating in its ar-
duous campaigns until the last year of
the strife. Owing to failing health.
brought on by the vicisitLides of war.
he returned to Tallahasee and was re-
stored to his former positim. In the
er of 1865 Colonel Johneon com.
the cadets in the battle of Nato
aral Bridge, and he always ge ks in
I praise of the martial spirit of the
0o0 WorpM on that oecssion. In th"e
battle ConfCderatea were victorious
mnd the cadets fought suoerbly to make
that victory complete C-AloselJohnson
Is a gredateof the Virginia Military
,Iasttato. He was a cadet at this fa
mo school while Stonewall Jackson
was military vInestructor there. In our
n Col nel Johnson o-ght to be
erced. It wou!d bt an appropriate
thing ta have him ped a llatlIwve
soTWion at Rickhmond, for it was in do.
fense of that city. in his eroer years,
that he manfully performed ioldler's
duty. -
Children eapeially like Kennedy's
LaxaMveCeegh Syrno.asitasts msarly
as eed as oape rar ar t s e ely
htsk irritatlen sad allayC Isanmm

w driei". eoldfom Iat"
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ot reprentatea to a address
to the legislature on the bject ot ne-
gro disfranchisement, and while here
was the guest of State Sontor John S
Beard, of Pensacola. Mr. Beard and
family are are at present occupying the
old home of ex-Governor Call, just out-
side the city limits, and within a block
of the executive mansion.
The reception wa a most brilliant
one The stately beauty ot the man-
sion. with itsa ubetantial furniture of a
by-gone day, was enhanced by decora-
tions of trailing vines foliare plants
and brilliant-hued flowers, all glowing
in the soft light of wax candles within
and Japanese lanterns without. Guests
were met at the door by the genial hoot
himself, who gave to each a hearty
hand hake and a cordial welcome. The
receiving line was formed in the froat
drawing room, and at its head stood
Senator Money with his handsome hont-
o.a These were assisted by Mrs. Wm.
K. Beard, mother of Senator Beard.
Governor Gikhrist, Mrs. James G
Gibbes, Senator Hudson, president of
the senate, and his charming wife,
Hon. Ion Farris. speaker of the house.
Senator and Mrs. Humphries, Mr. and
Mrs Calkins, Mrs. Voucher. Mr. James
E. Alexander, Senator and Mrs. W.
Hunt Harris, Judge and Mrs. J. L
Reeves, and Mrs. Robert Howard Gam
ble.
In the dining room the table was laid,
beautiful with snowy linen, cut Ilaa
and exquisite china, and tall vases filled
with lovely, long-stemmed roses, alter-
nated with silver candelabra In which
candles reameod through roew-tinted
shades. Here were oservd deleiou s
cakesoandel ream. At the rear ad
of the hall punch wasdispeneed by Mrs.
Letitla Gamble Yonge.
Both houses of the legislature and
the town -equalntpance of Senator aad
Mrs. Beard were well. represented in
the large company that filled the sps-
eious rooms, and eonveration was en-
livened by strains of musie from a
string band stationed i a little baleoey
above the front veranda.
Senator Money Is an exceptional
interesting and fluent talker, aad made
a most agreeable Impression doing his
stay In Tallahaseem. He left for his
home in Milselsippi Suaday afternoon.
JUDGE WIGCrT'S LCTUEI

Is Recelvag Uasetlated Pratse From
the Seetls Proess.


By one of those unaccountable hap'
penings that sometimeeoccur in a news
upper office. the following sacount of a
lectre recently even in Tallahassam
by Judge A 0. Wright. of Jaekasoville,
was left out of the i sue of The True
Democrat for which it was written. As
sne lecture, however, is men of great
value to the people of the South, to that
it tends to awaken a greater interest In
te heroic d. ode done by the C nfeder-
ate Navy, we twel that The True emmo-
crat should, even though at so late a
date. gv ie I endorement to the many
womed of praise ana encouragement
when have already ueen a eted out to
this veteran of the Confederate Navy
by the Southern press:
It was quite gratifying to the friends
of Judge A 0. Wri ht to see how he
was appreciated in Tallahasoee on the
uecaion uf hie Interestinm lecture at
Munro opera house. The buildig was
filled, even the space In the rear bein
taken up by peron who stood through-
out the entire evening.
The speaker was introduced by Gov.
ernor Albert W. Gilehrist, who ps'd fit-
ting homage to the herome of the naval
aeparumneo of the Confederate States.
and testifed to their courage and deve-
Lton to outy.
Tne thrilling narrative of the naval
engagement- of the civil war. told by
Judge Wrigtht, is made Infinitely real
and intereting by the stereopticon
views with wesichb him lecture is illhustra-
to Thes views ar-rve to imprss the
text spun the ds of the younger
member. of his aud one in a way that
san he done by no uther rtme th ad he
m .ov.met on fuot among the county
superintandeois of pubkinetrzuco to
secuare the delivery of U islecture at
varwtos poins msroaghout the State will
oubtiss meet with hearty .o-operation
free these parents who wish their ebl-
dren to galw eoe true knowledge of
the herwsm ad abdity evidenced y
their forefathers la thin greatet strug-
at; of al tu y. "

va*'&Ato Boa Ittoneal
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hIsaNew Tow

In Leon Coonty .

is tsName, at Jluatia I
Seaboard Air Line And Florida
Cetral Railways.
Fourteen mile east of Tallahassee,
the Junction of the Seaboard with
Florida Central Railroad, a new
has sprung into prominene asa
magic.
On the completion of the Florida
trial to this point a few months q ag
he junction was given the name of
*Mays" in honor of a distguld eheI
citizen of the community. But when i
eecame necessary to locate a poet obe
there, the government official deeoded
to give it the nme of May$ beeaus
there were o man y offices of
names in the State, and ugg d *
Capitola. So Capitols it is.
The town site was recently -oe- -r
by Mr. W. C. Black, of ClearwI ,
who has since been IndusWtriomly
work in its interest, and on W edaI
the town was formally thrown open o.
the public by the initial sale of a mU .a B
berof business and resident lotsat,
which nearly a thousand people wger .-
present, a bi barbecue being f
the attractive features.
The place give promise of prospli I
ty. It is most advantageously lq
and some of the Seat farming ladb I .
the South are couta .
Wers WLawfeft Vean.B
Tht crater of Mount W in is
14.200 f" above M leveL I In
I am richt im asyithat
largest known vo i
The superfilese of th T ele mt
Elgon m about equal to v* t I |
Switzerland. It is almost e I
Switaerland were concentrated
single huge mountain maa. The e*
ter is pernape thirty miles acro. ss.
Many caves are found around the est
cumferenee of Mount Elgon at an ap
rage altitude of 8,000 feet aad at t he
bottom of abrupt terraces. IM ak th f
cave were formed ori g knaly f Uey ,
Uot of water, bat u Wesbtedty de






nehaeged the iof.
set negroes. We rofeOnse V :.
that the blue beads wMieb ha
dug up there, adwis are -,owe
as great rarities, are of aeiet KN"-
Wateral U are a very emoea ea
tore along th the rraes of e. The
form splendid sealed, ama is hearty
every ease Mtay make a save. I am
inellud to think that the cave repre
maets the original chanAel of a stream
which has been blocked by lava reek
sn I the stream eventually flowed ever
its closed canyon.
Passing under a 800-foot cascade of
water we flAd the entrance to a dry, .
comfortable cavern. Thus thea wease
to the caveman's home is emploe ty
masked from the outside bya steamer
water. In several eases the entase -
to the cave has been defended by arde
etockade. with huge stone. piled en top
of branching boughs. There an re
mains tn rane sad other parts of Ne-
rope showing that the eavemen of Wr-
histori time adopted almost
method of restrictag and de
,mcs to their cavern Oe ta
ing aspect of the Mudy of ba.kward
parts of Africa is like mounting Mr..
Well's time machine and travolaf
backward to vanished phases of ur
pea iUfe in the st*ae age. PaleILe
man stll lived on in Tasmania till tilL
In aegro Africa you can land exitd f
nearly all the stage of cultre thre
which our own ancestors pareed
Brlan and in other parts of ue
Giant bamboose are found on t hel
Afriena elevated plateaus above 10We
eto growing ia soe place to asebt
100 eeat i height
A mative ouse of this region drees
his hair into little bell with red lay
and matter fat and deorates hi eom
with white flAkes cut from the large
AehasUins nait shde. -Natiodal Gee-
graphic Ma saine.

ward Mophim, o Jaeusm vlhk Wo
have beM guets of Hon. and MrS.
Fred T. Myra for aseeral weekoeat.
returnedk bornelast Sutrday. WhUo
here thtee ladles were dwhthuy en-
tertalind by Mrs T. _UegesePerbl-n.
Mrs. Jeo- Spea r md Mrs. W. .


Ames. as well as by theUir tea who
ave two harng card parwteeina t
nonor.

sat 8 ,L Herring, s naat ig'
d ose of the Ofe marvvors te
ommaes ; Thoe. Usote.. ote shM ka-
uMuga; TfiIe. J. AApley4rl .|lbt., .

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IL~J DEMO


#NIJSMED KVFRY FRIDAY MORN,
as eMond w Clah Matter March 31, 1941
r a Past Oksf e at Tallahae--. Florida. eadif
Aet 4o Courme of March :1. i17n'.
s" In True Drmucrat Buildina.798. Adamilt.
STelphone No. 1W.
---
hrherrt*ionf. 1.J o Per Yoew. in Advaire.
Advetrismn Ratm on ApplleaUua.
ybs T m r 0--cDa If lb Offt0 M M wsaWG




S im hase. v.er a*.**prd In I
Ssh u advit ma under two nthe
Hitsch tmtntorti n.Wad UIc. eots r
S l.** e -*** s imrtion, -2ee0m.
sini is eats a pernc Ineh ach lase.. Hea-8
hr S rtSm" se contacts epwm. Laala W
R mSE-stas. es *t neew. Miong avr* rumdl
5 le isaNeosleh biAse. Ai.r mnes
S ilinISMtm aythinw intend mforbilm.
E' K -tX Ihla&4tr In nt later than TrunMf
t o "alm y rt attention.

S. rlianmeso. Friday, May 14. 199.

Is Tallahassee trying to become a fly-
less town
In 1886 New York City suffered a
violent snow storm the 9th day of June.
Tbhe Leon County Law aqi Order
Leagae is expected to rid the county of
laidters. ....
rs Augustus Evans Wilson, the
vwil known Southern authoress, died at
h baome In Mobile on Sunday.
StatIstles show that the South has
gaed S89 per cent. In wealth since
S 110, while the rest of the country
dwft a gain of 812 per recent.
Perhaps Abdul Hamid, after all, may
ave been glad to leave the Yildlz Ki-
ask. Five hundred piun.s have been
Sdisovered in him former palace.
Macon, Ga., is to have a large paper
S eftory, and several hundred acres have
bso planted to okra to supply the
o onds product. The True Democrat
weats the second plant of the kind lo-
e' ted i Tallahasse.
Te House at Tallhaase ha passed
Sthe bill prohibiting open profanity. You
4 m e't eveo csa the Legislature in a
publ place under the terms of this bill.
SMay people will feel that a great hard-
f sMhip.-uswanane Democrat.
/['! It is proposed that all Confederate
Svetlanm worth $5,000 be exempted
e the provisions of the Florida pen.-
d ka law. No matter what a man has
A fer hesb country if he is in such eir-
SaNnmeses as this he houid not expect

'. The True Democrat congratulates
Mr. 81o on the peasage of his
*hibrse racing bill in the senate
by th ilgnlfesant vote of 20 to 4 There
s mthiog progressive or commendato.
'*Ja hor racing, and the States are
S itdlSahutting It out by prohibitory

3m Osear M. Hlundleo, who has vis-
Tallabasse and is ery favorably
t' o to mily of our. people, finally
8*lldgs of the Northern Distrlet of

labllsM after servnl appointments
lq u -Prwidest Roensit and year of
4M Ul5 Preient Taft ha Just
Sade mother appoeltment.
M8Ue Wilamso, of Jacksonvllle, is
N el kicker. In reference to the bill
pending a the Legislature providing
tet alUtegal nesutioms in Florida shall
S*o Jackamwville, and by the electrice
he ays: "Yes, it's going juet a.
teo e far when our admirers con.
that evye the legal executions
l bear M the tlreed Made in Jack-

Mr. JohB Ceius, Mforerly editor
'd The True Demoorat, haa been eleet-
". to the poeltion of assistant secretary
gt the seate for the remainder of the
ulaa Mr. Colls is an ffiient man


I almeest aay position, and Is not only
4 fltat but always faithful. His
Abi are beleving that the governor
Sappolat him to a permanent and
pMton aa oom a there Is a


ire ibrty elo m the State Sea-
l id Mat the tto Ofd Florida
I M- peayr as Jt debut that
--me claolm te nght to so
!mSSi.-h I wbna
do do oW- -omba vtd
1@a WleMI dafo b e=dosb

-l>~ n W* ai s **
a- ikbmolloe-mi


made a trip to Tallahaassoae emsekw s JThe Slate s et Fleorid
a" gPM the fo lrkasrVe e&C 6r084o The Governor of

ow md,,yM lodd eof n,,,,,
to matify his apepte. The
is biag decorated with Sow.
for terubig the houe into the tce
attempts are being made to choke
bhers with the cobs bosses he ats

The oreangblossom, it must be eas-
0e4d, inthe em t approprto dow er
ti eould have been selected as the e .
Mi et FlorWs, ays the Times-Unleo
obrwt-Talkts It is the symbol of far.
a rty ed, therefore, appropriate. It
is a Sewer of the semi-tropics, d onely
a semI-tropia State coWdjustly adept
It. Its sweot odor remindsoueof simay
ailes nd h almy sphyrs-segain ope o
priate. And other State has chosen
it. It Is 's own fower.
Wh k y and beer are as openly sold
SAtlaMta as when the town was wet;
This ask my victor and he will tell youes.-
tow modesty, shod M be esmidnd of Trmes-Union.
what the late Sam Jone told his wife The trouble is you interrogate the
one morning after having attended a class of visitors who you know will
"swell" banquet. Mrs. Jones wanted "tell you so." There are thousands of
to know all about the dresses worn by visitors to Jacksonville who will tell
the women at the banquet. and Sam re- you that your assertion is not true.
plied that they didn't have on anything There are always two sources of infor-
from the table up, and he was too much mioMl, but more than threw fthe of
of a gentleman to look under the table. the citizens of Atlanta will give a flat
- Posacola News. denial to your statement.
T1eE PAiNING LANDS O LION. The present Speaker of the Florida
IYou have a wonderful State in For. House is filling that position in a way
ida. one which ib destined, from pree- that will not injure his future politeal
ct indications, to be the greatest pro- prospect. His fairness and honesty of
ducin State in the entire United State. purple, under tryin circumtane
The soil is wonderfully productive and purpose, under trying clrcumstanc s
your people do not realize its tremen- and in delicate situation that arise in
ukus possibilities. This is gradually the discharge ot his duties, are appar-.
becoming known and its development eot to all. We consider Mr. Farris in
along every line of industry, al ready the House and Mr. McMullen in theSen
great, is practically in it infancy. the House and Mr. Mem llon in thon-
The remarks made by M V. Richards, ate, as unusual men, who will be heard
general land and industrial agent of the from in connection with higher positions
,onthern railway system, in a conver- than they now occupy. And the same
nation with a representative of the
Tlmes-Union, the other day, convey a may be sad of the President of the
truth to which even old residents of Senate, F. M. Hudson. Lakeland
Florida have only recently wakened up. News.
Land is still very cheap in this State, One who has witnessed the trend of
some of it remrkably so. -Jacksonville legislation cannot fail to agree with this
Times-Union.
And it is strange that the farming comment of the News. The men men.
element in the States immediately north toned are all able and true. But the
of up are not informed of the rich soil News Man should have incdethrb
and balmy climate Gf North Florida. gentlemen in the House and o who
There are thousands of acseres in Leon have give% mush evidence of their tabl-
county as productive as the rich prairie ity and of their inclination to be on the
lands of the West, and which can be right side of every question.
purchased at one-tenth the price at CONVICTIONS FOI CRINM


which these lands are held. And then
from two to three erops can be grown
here annually, while only one can be
gathered in those sections. We have
every advantage in the way of soil, cli-
mate, health and money-making posi.-
bilities.
ONE OF OUR OGRATaST INDUS-
TMRIES.
* Any legislation for the protection of
Florida's oyster Industry should receive
the favorable attention of the Letgisla-
ture, and we believe it will. Senator
Williams who has a bill before the Leg
islature designed to protect this inter-
eest, is from the district containing Ce-
dar Key in which city he live, in fact,
and is familiar with the subject in all
Its phase. The Levy Cui ty Demo-
crat says of the bill ane its obet :
"Other States haveuilt up the oyster
business by the enatment t qlrdak*s
until it has become a source of. 4 at
revenue Florida hea more eyeter ter-
ritory than all the other states com-
bined and we have nfleted this reat
enterprise too long. Wl
is familiar with the oyster industry la
all of its phases, and we hope that his
bill will prove the right one." Florida
should not neglect this industry from
which other States are deriving profit,
but should take steps early to conserve
thia, among other of her natural re.-
soures.--Tmee- Union.
Florida has a source of wealth in her
seacoast, which. If properly utilized
and protected, would be her greatest
revenue producer. The people of the
country are great fish ad oyster on-
menrs, and becoming mre so every
year. On account of her climate and
coastal advantages Florida should be
able to supply a larger per cent. of this
food supply than any other State In the
Union.
And a proper protection to these in.
dutrie will bring eaptal to the State
to property develop the&. A little bit
of legislation often no times makes It
worth aml.ona.
The d__fra-sb-sart bill ef Senator
Beard, whi Seiatior Money, of Miso.
dlppI a, ia to Tallihesse en teat
Satuday to advate tailed of pasgea
so Neb e by a vet of I to s, a
threa4Ahe veto baing mesesary her

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Wha Circalt Cuert Did Fw Oeaden
In Sue Day.
The criminal docket of the Cireuit
Court was not reached until yestelay,
and the following convictions resulted:
Nick Morris, sentenced to hang for
the murder of Sheriff Langston
Lewis Freeland, burglary.
Will Lewis, breaking into and enter-
ing building to commit misdemeanor.
Louis Horme and Maggie eorrell,
illegal selling of whiskey.
Charlie Smith, colored, aggravated
assault; plead guilty of assault and
battery.
A pretty good days work for the State
attorney.
The case against M. Goodman for
selling whiskey, will probably come up
for trial today.
WATCH WAUES8IOR
Ow*oen of the Tmw She Will Threw
11, Ope tohe Pubc Sees.
Mr. &.W. Br-swU, of Wadeeboro,
in the aser portion of the county
was in the cl ye-storday, and informed
The True Deoimt hat there would be
a big auction le of lots at his place
on the 14th ofJul,
The aO will e the property of
Braswell A Bs wo now own thI
town site. The is very advaent-
ageously located, seen ie south-
west of Miccoeeuk olake, en the Flori-
da Central Railway, In the center of
some of the richest farming lands in
the State.
On the day of the sale there will be a
big barbecue, a fte bras band to die-
penee music, and several mnted speakers.
The promote expet that quite a
nice town will be blMed there, as it
has many advantas which will be
enumerated in a suboequont announce-
met
Mothers' Meetina to be held Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock In Methodist
Cherch.
Measic .. .................
..."Mout Lov to Tee, O Chr."
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The King'. Deigbhter, fworh
hoespai fed,. will sell tap 16SS
Tofursday.
r. J. G. Collins visited Mrsa J. T.
Bryan, at Spring Hill, this week, wtho
is quite sick.
For ae's Seriven underwear hin aw
Ion esaiss go to Chittpodesn A Co. U
MieCliftoa Byrd expects a visited
week from her cousin, MKia Mary Greo
ver, of Jacksoville. .
We want yeou mnmental work, bree
feoning and coping for cemetery.
Yours..
Tam CAnrAL STonw CoA,
Hf Tallahaeee, Pt.
After a delightful visit to the Miues
Masa, of Monellolie, Ms Lecille Saxon
win m tmornme tomorrow.
Anyone desiring a quiet home
which to board during the summer
would be mtrested to confer with mr.
Florene Moore, North monroe St..out-
side ity lmits. 10.tf
Lost-Between College and Mrs.
H. Gamble's, a valuable pink esaeo
and pearl brooch. Reward if returned
to Mrs.R.H.Gamble's residence. 12 It
For a mAild, e action of the bowe@,
a sin7le Don'a Reguleta is
ene Treatment cures habitual
conatamtieon. 25 cents a box. Ask
your druaist for them. 11-lm
Mr. J. P. Brown has purchased a
handsome new auto for hire. It makes
regajar trips between the hotelssvlnde-
pots. Theo. Proctor is Chauffeur.
Largest and most complete line of
ladies, misses, and children's white
shoes in the city. Chittenden
Co. 11
All mothers are invited to attend the
mothers, meeting Monday afternoon,
and especially all young mothers, and
mothers not accustomed to attending
the union prayer meeting of the city.
Prominent offciais of th Seaboard
Air Line Railway now Tn Tallahesee
are L. S. Pek E. D. Ryle, S. C. Boys-
teon Jr., and W. A. Witt.
Hoo. J. T. Bernard, who has been
visiting hisauhters. Mrs. Powell aid
Mrs. Groover, of Jacksonville, returned
a few days ago, much improved id
health.
Miss Emma Livingston, of Jackson-
ville, is one of the charming visitors ex-
pected to attend the commencement ex-
erciaes of the State College. She will
be the guest of Miss Elizabeth Corbett.
Miss Amelia Keipp, one of the
dent. lady clerks employed at the Ci
Electric and Gas Office, is vsiUng
home in Selma, Ala. Miss
Keipp, r sister, former director of
school music at the State College,
also at home for a brief stay
leaving for Germany, where ahe
remain for several years. Mise A
will soon return to Tallahasaee.
FoR SAL-$2,600 per year med
practice ina West Florida town of
population. House, horne, drug,
strumeta, office furniture, all oplet
Large territory, collections good
district school. Cheap for eah. e
aon for selling gon to take post
oat course. Addrees Doctor,
hases True Democrat. 12-2
We have been requested by an
member of the Christian Science
to correct a statement made inla
week's Democrat relative to the build
ing of a church on the corner of Cal.
houn and Call streets. This ramer
which has been current for several
weeks, was given to the editor as fact;
but it seems that the church has taken
no steps whatever towards either se-
curing the lot or making arrangements
for building.
You should not delay under any cir-
cumatanees in eases of Kidney and
Bladder trouble. You should take
something promptly that you know ia,
reliable, something like DeWitt'a Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un.-
equaled for weak back backache, in-
flammnation of the bladder rheumatic
pins, etc When you ask for DeWitt'a
Kdney and Bladder Pills, be sure you
get them. They are antiseptt. Ac-
ept no saketitutes ; insist upon getting
the right kind. Sold by all drugglts.
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Parties desiring to buy monumental S
work of the Capital tone Co. are P
warned that uneerapulous parties from
other points are claiming to rpresent
us, but or only agents in this Stateare A
named below: A
A. 8. Wh,te Qu Fi,
W. H. BehamW T-1 ms, Fla.
T. r. SMaeMs, Tallahae, Fla.
E. P. Samson, Talahamoes, Fla.
All other claiming to represent as
are impostors, and we shouldMb noticed d
of saome.
Yours truly,
THB CAPITAL St oa Co.
Tallahese, AL
TA" NAT.
Teag day MeRs Thurday.
The Kig's Da irs are -ad
in a M e work. tl ePt with
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of Mrs.M ri.
uMrs. 3 bu ided m eade As*des
Manang hae planned n gTrm d
close a teamis grad e-A laa-
Dr. Anders, we are emry t s ,
ple fce
mrm clarense sCpelsad ad h M
das eo th lake lt i n i
FoLae was almo the .. th
esammn day it the piMpatesd
The reNd-wwrkimng gang i
of Mr. Gere Averit, f Tath
is nm her at Immed .
are worlethat Froad DW.".
ere no aruss weaS biT.?P.
land's, d Beadle ad' n Dr. ANdier to
where it interest the trsld am p at
the Alex Croomartie's plae. The ar
-e d amnd otherwise iesd -
miles of aid road.
Mr. WIllHam Dickey, of WakaUf
county, a brother of rs. T. P. Strisk-
land, was up hee visiting mr. Stak*
land's fail oast Sunda
ur. R. r. Varunt was se alaketo
need adoctor at Sundayt add .
L. Strietlend was aWed In ha
brother, Mr. 0. C. VaaBnut, of T
hassee, was up to see him aeday.
hope he will soon be out again.
mrs. W. F. Robertson and family, -
with Mr. rwyn and mrs. Ames a '
guests, are oat at lamaWea, ha1%
come up Monday. Mrs. Robertson
stay several da, occupying her rml-
dence at this placI. n company. wt
*veral of the neighbors, he ad her


A service will he heM a-
churh Sunday morain mnre
Bishop Carls B. .. a.
speakers will pay tribute *is -
All friends are invited to attend


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ba case of epilepsy with Dr.
M les' Nervine."
S fS. D. BAKER, Cleveland, 0.
S'My little daughter who was
Sfficted with St Vitus' Dance
st now entirely well after taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine only four
m Months." <
MRS. C. G. BENNETT,
Alma, Mich.
Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus'
1 Dance and Spasms, are all nerv-
Sos diseases. They have been
e red in so many instances with
Dr. Miles' Nervine that it is
reasonable to conclude that it is
. almost sure to cure you. With
Nervous diseases of a severe
type, persistent use has almost
invariably resulted in a complete
cure or lasting benefits, worth
many times the cost of the rem-
edy. The best evidence you can
get of its merits is to write to
those who have used it. Get a
bottle from your druggist. Take
it all according to directions, and
i. it does not benefit he will re-
turn your money.
MINING.
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S(From Lucile.)
0 bmr of all hours, the most blest upon
earth,.
Ut hear of our dinner! The land of
aI birth;
s face of his first love; the bills that
S nbe owe;
The twaddle of friends, and venom of
terw mo be heard when to church
b_ e lst went;
J'ibs SMy he borrowed, the money he
? mt;
8Ai1 them things a man, I believe,
AWi m -bee worse for forgetting;
mf oh, never! earth'. luck-
,-ld, forgotten the hour of
that conscience of every
Mwm tadessly gfnaw and punue him
f-palmt; and trouble, remorseless,
Veda i oncie troubled the sleep
mea y lie without poetry, music and
rt;
*May live without conscience, and
ive without heart;
e n live without friends; we may
We without books;
dlivtdMed men cannot live without
l live without book*-what is
e but irving?
Sle M wituit bope--what is
A thbout ? what is pas.
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Mr. J. H. Patterson, of Chaires, was
is the city Tuesday.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 2&e. 7-13t
Rev. and Mrs. W. If. Zeigler are
s pending this week at Panaceas springs.
For the moet stylish straw hat made,
| (ot Chittenden& Co(n. 11
Mrs. C. A. Cay has returned from a
palsant vmiit to her sister in lruns-
wick Ga.
Our first car of marble will arrive in
4 a few days. Iet us serve you.
SHf Tim CAPITAL STONK (;o.
Dr. Wm. E. VanBrunt, who has beis
SBaltimore for several months, is at
Shomne for several weeks.
For anything in men's furnishings, or
tltnmlgs, av'. dress suit cases go to
SChttenden & Co's. 11
Miss Margaret Nelson, 6th grade
teaher of Leon Grammar School, left
Monday for her home at Dunedon.
S Miss L'ille Saxon Is the guest of
Sthe lovely daughters of lion. Dannitte
SH. May&, at their home in Monticello.
You can find almost anything to be
had in jewelry at Nicholson's, the Jew-
Everybody Ia Invited to the sacred
egasert arranged by Miss Clem Hamp-
SYto be given at the Leon hotel next
SiMday evening.
Miss Marie McConnell, the popular
of the City Kindergarten, left
y for her home in Danville, S. C
1Ml cConnell will probably not re-
For Rent.-Two furnished rooms,
Wi or without table board. Address
M S fallle Blake, 401 North Calhoun
S Itre-t. 11-tf.
Mrs. W. L. Taylor and children, who
Sbeen making Tallahassee their
SSi carter during the school term.
yesterday to their home in

J o A. C. Blount, Jr., of Pnasaco-
a. S Davidson, of Quincy, and
A3. Liddoo, of Mariannea wre
the prominent lawyer In the
$Dr. Thom' Eeleetrie Oil is the best
gMdv for that often fatal disease-
Ha been used with success In
aly for iht earm"- Mrs. L.
r WMstoam, Bufalo, N. Y.
Mr. P. L. Remain ad household have
from a few days visit to Apa
aThey will soon leave for
N. C., where their mummers
ag a ly spent.
VMW O. V. Stewart and her mother,
Deatley, of Youngstown,
at erned ho this week. Thes
S regular winter visitors In
w, WHOr they have many
SIft beautiful hne of band-painted
SMearred by P. T. Nicholson, thi
Je eIs, is becoming more pular ev-
S day. Cme in, met aw you. 9
SM A. R. Combs, a prosperous farm
me-rthern Leon. was In the ilty
and reported that the farmers
;i hav6" le enjoyed thim aet
S w i land growing sesena within the
Ktea years.
A W Lo's prominent arrivals
Swek aren noted Dr. 0. G.
of Wilmit, N. C., G. F.
tof 3 aekelll,T. C. C ism,
arn Geere L. Lipplagtsm,
SWa Hassa hooe?. Because it
k mad, lats longer, is correct
m a te hitter, loo better and
|Aa 11
l farmers thn t theea-
lM their ear more than a week
Serop prospect asue the bost
m. l joaare a t denM well, and the
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6 or 6 doses *"66" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 256c. 7-13t
Remember that the postponed Mas
party will come off on Thursday, the
27th.
I carry a full stock of Silverware and
Cut.glaau suitable for wedding presents.
P' T, Nicholson, the Jeweler. 9
Fur Rent-6 room cottage on corner
lBoulevard and (amne'. Apply to Mrs.
R. McDougall. 12
Miss Nellie Basntt has recently had
constructed a nice kboait for her own use.
which ihe will ao ,ro launch in Lake
Hradforl.
Mr. Harry N. Sweeping is attending
the Randd Chapter, R. A M.. of tlori
da, now in session at Jacksonville, of
which he in grand master of the Third
V l.
t4f V. Price suits hold the-ir shape
til worn out, they are made of the
Iest material, lit armd ,tyl, I are Kuj.ran-
eed and they comt but little more than
ready made garment and give h etcer
tisfaction Orders and measures
taken daily by Chittenden & Co. 11
Florida State College Basket liali
Team had a delightful banquet at the
Bloxham hotel last Saturday evening.
in the course of which they pree-r.tsJd
their coach, Professor Elmer Smith,
with a handsome gold scarf pin set
with a large pearl, as a mark of their
appreciation of his services.
Stops itching instantly. Cures pi!es,
eczema, salt rheum, better, itch, hives,
herpes, scabiea-Doan's Ointment. At
any drug store. ll-1m
The Tallahassee Juvenile Protective
Association will hold a regular meeting
Tuesday, May 18th, at 8 o'clock n. m..
at the Elks' Hall. Prominent members
will discuss different phases of this
association. A full attendance of the
executive committee in desired, and the
public generally is invited tobe present.
The Tallahassee Musical Club calls
upon its friends to help make up a slight
deficit in their treasury. For this pur-
pose the public is Invited to come to a
concert to bo given next Monday even-
Ing at the residence of Hon. Foster C.
Gilmore, on Park Avenue, and bring an
offering of silver money.
Rev. J. B. Pruitt, pastor of the Bap-
tist church, said he wanted The True
Democrat man to have one square meal
sad brought to him a domn Irish pota-
toes from his own garden, which meas-
ured more than a half peek, and were
not selected either. This is Mr. Pruitt's
first experience as a gardner, but he has
the beat and most varied garden in the
city.
Hon. W. E. Baker, Senator from the
25th District, came to Tallahassee at
the opelnng of the session right out of
the hospital, where he was under treat-
ment for sciatic rheumatism. He has
not bees at all well sinee his arrival
here, but has not missed a roll call not-
withstanding his painful affiction. His
physkia thinks that he is now improv-
Ing and hopes for his complete recov-
ery before the end of these aseioS.
Rev. Dr. Nile., once temporary ree-
tor of St. John's Church, but now of St.
('Catharine's, Pensacola, spent a day In
Tallahassee this week, enrouto to St.
Augutine, where he went to attend the
annual meeting of the Episcopa Coun.
ill for the Lhoceae of Florida. He was
aecompanled by Rev. 8. Moran, rector
of St. John's, ad Messr. T. H. Ran-
dolph and J. Stewart Lewis Senior
Warden ad Veatryan of tme meI
parish. -I
The pupils of Mrs. Florenc Hequom-
beorga 's lin clal I had a large attend-
ane at their recital last Saturdsa af-
ternoon, and thO program redI
elicited enthusiastic applao. The
German remderlug of the Babes In the
Wood, a fantasy composed by the GOr-
ma composer. Von Huperd ek, and
arranged by Tours, was exquisitely in-
terreted and the storyof the hapies
little vkictm of a step-mother's cruelmty
was followed by asympatbt audience.
Dr. J Hond was tahe renaital host of
am satemenlle party last Tuesday.
whlih viesttod the beautiful Miioesukw
nelghborbsed. A ong the favored
guests was Hoa. Jo aY. ltmwler.
Henerary Pish ComlaeMtoaer for the
State of lorida, who cha ease the
claim of Lesa to 60 called Ge Comb

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The Bloximm Rifles inistrels will
give one of their unique anrd highly
amuonir entertainments at the opera
hmose Tuvel.v night.
The entainmont will be for a good
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He Cefeses to NMuder of Sherw
La" gt1a.
On trial for his life, Mick Morris yes-
terday pleaded guilty to the murder of
W. M. Lanuton, late sheriff of Leon
county.
This negro, whose fate has been the
cause of so much uneasiness to the eiti-
seas of this county during the pat two
months, was brought here Monday
morning from Jacksonville, where he
has been confined since his capture in
Thomas county. Ga.. about six weeks
ago. The grand jury immediately
brought a true bill against him and his
trial was set for yesterday.
One hour's time was sumcient to
prove the prisoner's guilt beyond all
doubt. He himself corroborated the
evidence given by the State's witnesses,
and pleaded to the crime of murder in
the first degree. Whereupon Judge
Malone, without referring the case to
the jury, pronounced against him the
death lenience.
The unfortunate negro had refused
the offer made by the court of special
counsel for his defence, evidently ex-
pecting that a full confession would
gain for him some clemency, and the
unlocked for severity of the sentence
brought about a compete physical col-
For two night past sheriff and citi-
zens have been on the alert to prevent
a lynching of the negro. Sentiment in
that part of the county which was Mr.
ILangston's home, has been all along
stron ly against any delay in the aveng-
ini of his murder, and, since Morris'
return hpre, crowds of men have lin-
gered about determine n that the guilty
man should not escape. Ebulitions
have Ue-n made that required all the
tact and firmness of Sheriff Houstoun
to quell, arn it i4 th<- opinion of those
who know most about the affair that a
lynching has lb'en narrowlyy averted.
In view of these facts, about forty of
the most prominent and representative
business men of the city. including law-
yers, hank-ra, do'ttoe .nd mercnanto,
waited upon the Governor yesterday.
and, placing before him the foregoing
facts, asked him to see that no unnec.
mary delay should ocitr in fixing the
date of Morri' execution. These men
deemed it necersury for the public peace
that some expr's*neon from the Gover-
r.or should be ohtaind that would serve
to satisfy the disaffected citizens that
justice would be done as speedily as is
consistent with th", demands of decency
and merely.
Gov. Glehrist promised to take the
matter under advisement and asked that
a committed of six selected from the
delegation should wait upon him in the
executive office yesterday afternoon.
There the matter was exhaustively dis-
cussed, and the committee assured that
the execution would follow as soon as
It could be legally done.
Teona Girls Are Victims
of headache, as well as older women,
but all get quick relief and prompt cure
from Dr. King's New Life Pills the
world's best remedy for sick and ner-
vous headache. They make purn blood,
and strong nerves and build up your
health. Try them. 25c. at all drug-
gists. 11-lm
Meetlag ef Javentle Coert Lea*de.
The Juvenile Court League will meet
at Elk's Hall next Tuesday, May 18th.
at 8 p. m. The citizens generally are
invited to meet with the Leagu9, as
the organization is very much for the
public good.
seyi mill Be sy.
and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds.
Don't neglect such things-they may
result seriously If you do. Apply Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment according to di-
rections right away and it will relieve
the pain and heal the trouble. Price
6., 6adc. and $1 00. Sold by Hardee-
Smith Co., druggists. 11-lm
Lat Lyceum Atrueieto this Seame.
Attention is called to the fact that the
melodrama "Enoch Arden," to be given
this evening at the CottAge Chapel, is
intended as an additional number to the
regular Lyceum coures of 190-00 and Is
given specially to persons who may at-
tend from the city-the collegestudenta
not beihg expected to be present.
The poem will be recited by Rhie Dal.-
sell, director of the school of expree
mon, the musical setting bming render-
ed by Miss Tartet, professor of organ.
The enter'4nmeat wilt begin prompt-
ly at 8 o'clock.
My line of Reas and Mattings at coet.
1-tf J. E. THuINus.


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MNR. H. T. FILKEL Tallabasso Hu N c Clb's Caemet.
--- A concert will be given by the Talls-
Nest Delightfully gatertalas Lady hamsee Musical Club Monday vqevain
Members f 5tate College Facalty. next at Mrs.' F. C. Gilmore's residence
194 Eaat Park avenue, to which every.
The lady mer.bers of the Florida one is cordially invited. The following
State College Faculty were delightfully excellent program will be rendered a
entertained Wednesday by Mrs. Henry refreshments will be served. The a&f
T.een at hr be iul rsidene fair is given for the benefit of re-o-
T. Felkel at her beautifulrsidbursing the club's treasury and tting
Park Avenue. These ladies who are it upon a more substantial bai. No
all great favorites with the townspeo- admission fee will be charged, but
ple, will soon leave Tallahas ee, some everyone will be permitted to contri-
of them not to return at the beginning bute something in silver moneyto the
of another school year, and their friend treasurer during the ontUrtainm t.o
turned out en masse to do them this last The program is as follows:
social honor. IPiano trio. Mandrinel, Paul Waho-
The guest',. among whom there were Misses Edmondson, Tatum and Damom.
many strangers. were welcomed at the Voice, De Las' Long Res'. Carrie
door of the spaciou- hll bv Mrs. Croe- Jacobs-Bond-Mis EstelleRoe.
by Dawkins ard Miss Sali Blake. Piano solo, Auft Flugelndes
They were then ushered into the front Lied von Mendelssohn, BarthoM l
parlor where stood the charming hoe- hen Heller-Mrs. Carel GriekVan
tess, assisted in her duties by Mrs. eeren.
Fred Hudson, mrs. J. H. Humphries, Men'squartette (a) Drink to Me Only
Mrs. Donald C. MfMullen. Mrs H. H with Thine Eyes, arranged by rak .
McCreary, Mrs. S. J. Hilburn, Mrs. Smith. (b) Drinking Sonm Thomms-
Withers and Mrs. Dayton. Messrs. Randolph, Perkins, Tranthm
In a bay-windowed extension, sepa- and Costa .
rated from the back parlor bv two arch- Voice (a) My Sweetheart and I Mrs.
ways. one on each side the large chim- Beach. .b) The Vow, Meyer-Heln.ud.
ny place, stood exquisitely arranged (c)In Wnter I get up at Night, Nevia
tables, whoe snowy linen, hang -iSarah Yaney Cline.
nearly to the floor, had a wide border Violin trio, Une oiree e Faa a
of delicate smilax which harmonized Leoih'h-Mrs. Hequembours and Milss
beautifully with the green tints pre- Raidolp land Saxon
dominating in the lovely china and the Voie. Never Again. Cowe-M-l. F.
feathery fronds of heavenly bamboo in M. Hdm .. on.
the yass among the cut flower deora- Ladies' trio May Morningt,_ i
tions. At these tables stood Mrs. T. M. ung-Me ains attend andN
Shackleford, Mrs. J. W. Wiathrop, Mrs. George Plerkinsand Lowere .
G. W. Saxon and Mrs. J. C. Bryars to Duet, fluterand ret. S .
Mrve the guests during the first hour E. Til- Dr. R. A. Shine and Mr. Ab
of the entertainment with deliciouscake, bert Shine
ast awberry tce cream and divinity fudg. Voce*, In May Time, Dudley Seek-
They were relieved during the seonu Mrs. Park Trammel.
hour by Mrs. Talhot Whitfleld, Miss Ladies' chorus, Farewell, D .wa. .
Ella Nash, Mrs. Letitia Beard and Mrs. There will also be a test of medlsi
W. M. Hotloway. memory in which all may participate
Deligntful music was furnished dur- who so desire.
ing the afternoon by some of the local
inuilclan who are always so generous A LA Uid Saele .
in contributing to the enjoyment of t a ndti o s i th
these occasions. First on the program Is othersIcofdition of any kM W
was- a piano recital trio given by misses Ihas worme-If it five. Ta & ha
SEdmondson Tatum ~ Damon. This i-- someth* la iyourM OOS& p
was followed by a lovel vocal solo by al yon take as nourlshmeat
urs. Park Trammell. Then two piano tenh of th babies have
*elections by Mrs. Caral Griek Van be yours ha. Be certain thatiti
Weoren, followed by two songs by Mrn. _not ?"" by giving t, White's Cr-
Hudson, whoae beautiful contralto voice fuge-It expels all wor w and is a
is always in great demand. Nextcame for the baby. Pries ess.
several exquisitly rendered vi lin Hardee-Smith Co., druists.
lec ions by four of Mrs. Florence He-
quembour 's pupils from the college. 1'1fBL qu-M"e Wi* 1 MN
Mies Mary Page R %ndolph. Elise Par- Durinthe past on Fli
tridge, Leva Snyder and Ada Moore. College or Women has beam
Thia talented quartete was ameeompn- fortunate in having. as on eo it t
ied by Mrs. Hequombourg, who is not faculty. a meet unusual gifted
only atifted violinist b aleo a pianist or of violin Mrs. Florsao
of rare attainment bourg. Mrs. HequoemburAismA
As is usual in affairs of this kind, born, but waso du ic asdi
when given in Tallahassee, the flower and married to a native ofthat
gardens of the city were rifled of their Sinc her husband's death e ha
choleet biomsome to adorn the beauty. toeahing violin vrisaiteo
ful room set apart for the reception of always with marked oeue es
Mrs. Felkol's many uets. The broad During her year in the W"eaM a
hall, extending through the entire ae here, Mrs. Heqaebet
length of the house, was beautiful with oaly ganled thO enhautstes
potted form, and vasme of Eglish dai- admiration of her papla, a i
vie, rosee and pales of e r tint alo booecome immealy
In the frvmt parlor, sweet peas the to who a have
mene clusters wee played ever he er k mad a iy
while maron-colarem nasturtimsabank- and te sarveles 10sweete
ed en the amtel, gwed with vMie w l" na s en the iil.
col fl kf"buck pawuir was boat i- at to dl
ul w% yellow assurtlums saddabie asd t M
Of thie mawhue, woi lt M bstheas tel a l1sag tg
where the tables were t to llaeted tsat h lllI
pleats were rraanged. Oa te tabes e b41 hl of U0
were great bunchs of swet pe as ad pk wo ii
pansa.esandecciapying a pieesof buner '
aa maL Ustamd, royal In its is aia 4 a af t aifte_ hab"
mad boooty, was a ar de-oIs. the Lb" man woodI r -id @W
Fradb ea.m a royalty. TMh we tias, but Mrs. u
set feem the pothmose of Mm. e grgW ivappeilatg this
Lewis, sad attreetea much atten e ap admtove a d
The mmtMber ofsra ."1erWprllebittwe l to d MI
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Physicians are paid for keeping people well and
when their patients fall ill their weekly salary
S check stopped. The Chinese judge a medical
man not by thenumberof years hA lives, but by
the length of time his clients survive.
An advertising medium must be judged in
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credit isn't so important as the age of its adver-
u is patronage. Whenever a newspaper con-
tinues to display the store talk of the same es-
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sign that the merchant has made money out of
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4, being discovered. And when a newspaper is
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S waders. The manufacturer feels that he will
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age to its credit. He can expect as much from
a newspaper which is a credit to its age I
The newspaper which outlives the rest does
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had to be a better newspaper than any other,
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SThe eminole is the name given to
akDgmvllie's proposed ten story hotel
S Cat Paul B. Jadon, the oldest cit-
It ot Miami, Is dead.
Contract has been let for a marnoth
W theater building for Miami.
A aegro man was lynched at Camden
saturday afternoon. The usual crinmr.
The citizens of Tamps are working.
eeousaly for a un-on depot.
ODa negro threw a billiard hainl ,it r-
ether In Jacksonville Saturday right.
d broke his neck.
S The Hillaborough grand jury it *'%-
il l kat w aseets for murder.
Western capitalists purchased 7r5,000
sarea of land in DeSot" county IMat
week, bought for colonization Ipurpie s.
The Senford lodge of Eagles ,* '-,,
1 -the youngest in the State. but has "i
There are no paupers in I'ntnri
meunty and the commissione r,- have ,'!.
ded to sell the poor farm.
S The senate at Washington han r.e 1
rtmed the appointment of ( uarNic .S.
Williams for postmaster at Key Westi.
S Upto May lIt, Tampa had shipjped
7,00,000 cigars this year as tg,nfit
IS,0 ,0 for the name peridJ last yerr.
Col. William 1LeFila, commandinri the
Iart infantry Florida State Trixm, hNo
S todered his resignation to Govirror
G ilchrist.
One strawberry grower at Kathlen.e.
Polk county, mhipp.d l(,(W)0 quart of
b'rewberrie this weapon, rieti trig hiri U t
r verafge of fifteen rents per fquart.
S bMix hundred hortBheads of leaf tobae-
.' was shipped from I'enescola about
M Nay I to Liverpool The shipment
i, m s from Kentucky and Is being ex-
ported by a tobacco firm of that .tate
William B. He nderson, of Tamp".
SWft hba been one of the most promi.
S L Agures in the State since the war,
Sat Dwight, Ill., Saturday morning
tt, of pneumonia.
SImportant happening in Jarknon-
vi& eat Sannday was the raising of
[11,000 by the congregation of the First
i tt church, thus freeing the sacred
: from debt. The church was sub.
S1e*ntly dedicated.
The eoverror has sent to the senate
f Or wotflrmauon the following appoint.
mats as pilot commiraloners for the
S-t of Peacseola: T. E. Welles, J. M.
]ft George L lapplngton, John A
N iMlrtt, John H Harvell.
After being out for twelve hours, In
l ille the jury in the case of the
l v. William Beley and Truby
two prominent young men of
l charged with the murder
.W.. NrlaM,n brought in a ver-
r e1 melsalaghter.
that a burglar was at-
fore an entrance into his
5.. Cro., superintendent of
hW Preaed Brick Compano,
a *hot and insantly
A h, who conducted a
at Main and Twenty-irst
h ortly before 9 o'clock sunday
Roblesos, see of Jacksonvllle's
So lgted myo e n, and a son
S., I Robini, of he Robinson im.
S_ t Comps. came to his dvath
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io-_-- by drown f liJtllg.
s, a tram which M e Into re
*rivr about ten miles south of
S body of Carrie 8ai1ton olored,
SumdA Imati into Msantanaas
sear ort Marion about 7 o'clock
amoruing by Mr. Jerome Lo.
I al was return from the tilad
I ad of marsh grass. The au
we notilied, and a coroner's
jiug ht in a verdict that the de-
11 0 0emmitted seaeide by drowning
e mii porarily imesme.
Shas tho distinettonof being the
wM o inthe United States where
S wine is mataBuetuted for ma.-
parpnasem the ewu0a made
Img earn he eaed. Largo'
4 tary Mo owned ad operated
purIn, whoismo* u henrst
r M that section. Mr. Spurlin
Sesaved diplomas and awards of
SM kinds at several of the Irge
Sf at the WorMd' Colum-
C Ifibim~r where hia n re
ties and praise.
SAaalsleged eoae of attempted beibry
o -- l i Peomacola MatvM
WPg C. V-a NI
li*th, dad in a atatoewmat eya
lM for o dota were that the
p ptdd him wi*p ae wth a prop
that he receive money in the
-indllto ether talk wit the wit.


r see that t were t e um
aGreek, who were re
a te chagie o oaithg
a the lbbbath ad Mlig with-
4 "sad w hoseo wre to
a the minal esm n amusx
The sheriff says he asked the
hew mu bh he was to reeoiv.,
nply was that ome of the
we to go to the witnaese ane
gsMtdor w Md be kept by him
00 in all would be gies. The
reported the matter to the eotn
iad it is expected that then
ames of the parties who wer
up the mosey ea be asiertain.

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Dr Armstrong, in person. will be at
Tallahassee, office BIOX HAM HOTEL,
May 3rd, 1 day only.

Notice for Publicaltem.
I)I'ARTMRNT OF" THI INTERIOR.
U. H. Land Office at Gam.neville. Florida.
April lUth. 1"'J.
NNtire, i hereby raiv.n that Eldward Gray, of
,Oil. ,,.knee. reforiif. who. on April al. IiW4. mad*
homestead entry, No. ;3i1,1. H4erial Number0U2647,
fir wputh half of north ist quarter. section 2,
twnshlp I outh. rarng. w-e.t. Tallahassee me-
rMisan. ha I filed notiei of mitention to sake final
live year proo.f to rlinm the land asiJve desTcribie
tefuore thlehlrk of the ,irruit court at Tallaha -
am. Vlortda. on the I'ith dJay of May. l0o1.
Claimant namesr witri ma:
Wilaunh H. itrothaw. of "lalilhapsm. Florida.
Jai kun ;Gray. of Tallaahau,.i. Flkorida.
Thomai J. (Gold-e, of (hOkli.kner,. Florida.
FAwardn V. liale, of ()O klorknow. Florida
K-tt II.-,nry H. Chubb. Rekistar ,

Guardia'a Notice.
N(YTtE i hereby given to whom it may con-
twrn. that guardian (of Charles W. Man.
ning, a minor. I will make applicration to thecoun.-
ty judge of 1Lun rointy. Florla .t his of5c in
tiheourthousein the rity of Tallahassee. in
Monday, June 7, A. ID. I'1.o, at 10 o'clock a. m.. or
a. son theraester an I can Ib heard, fior authority
L, seil all that certain tra't of land. described as
follows:
W '-* of ,exe.ep ten acres o the w side of
sctiokn 20, township 3 n. range 23- -70 a rm.
N V4 of g 0 /4 of att-ii, 120, township 3 n,
ranr2 a e- 40 actr.
1wki .ofmw/ of section 21. township : n,.
ranife 2 e-40 arrs.
W 4 of n w 1/4 of section 2X. township 3 n, range
2 e---too acrr.
W % of n V/6, except 10s acrv off the w side,
running Its full length. of MtWbn W. township3
n, range 2 --0 acres.I
E %of n *% and a~ of section 29, township
n, lranal l-4* Mcr-.
ZE of a 4iof econ a 0, township 3 n. range
0--W serms.
Re4ofot aand n 4 of ne of ectlon 2
township I n. rige -10 areM.
N w % of setin ij, township I n, ran#*lt
All situated In the lstat of Floridas eonty aDr
LOuo". MUS. MArrs R MANNIN.
12-4w guardian of Chairle W. Manalte.

AN ORDINANCE.


ProvidlnlN towhe B nc of the streets of the
city of &TI a geood repair,
Ba it ordsl mily eountlI of the city of
of Tal s.as. Bm
aSetion that in of Chapter WU
of the laws of lorida la u act to provide for
the keeping of the atne toe the *ity of Tallahas-
wee In onri repair that wry able-bodied male
p rmatn over lthe age eo IhtM r and under
theaof forty-fivlyeo. resaata in the city
of Talaha: rlr"da. for Toesy, mad who an
not am.snmid for any city taxes is rel or per-
Unal pniperry. shall be subject aed liable to
wrkon theetreatodrtiliges said paty for
not more than six alari h I eh vn 4 p1 Vided.
that curh persun so subject to strewl Fty may
perform sich serviee by an abl hodiledeshetituts
over the w of sixtaee or in litls w u pay
to hew I of w Po teism of y emats t
schr 4a elar f uredm S l. t .n. sht ra-
mipt for the --me sMiO eh-f or 9- a Il
pey to eliw treasurr the sm es collected at
I he eM of every meth. No erson shall be eam.
nmetd to work the troet for mo. than three
days In say one weok aseept in ease ef stamm r
bmettnr :msemwptiem. All maimed and die.
abled oransna who shall procure eartilcalesta
suh dilbility from licensed practicing phylc
.*tan. peonma o unsound mind. mamnber o the
r-albl'o-MH Voul4steer fire Depime t., m ier
it the ,I-itham Klnas anld mlmtara Ia c are of
a church shall heo eempt from street duty unde
'hita minanoe.
S.etion The chief lof pollee shlloo aumem a
writing or In perms at sch times and s suebh
numbrre as the chairman of the street ommmittoee
inay dooeem adlviableo a perm liable to -aeot
lutye. giving a t eat three acy tlee easept In
rag of a Mitwwm and auahlt, whn on dnars' M-
ue shal I he summcat of the time sad ph Iat
*hWh *uc h pmrch aalt repol t to te -r.
intandet of sirotahE wrk and mwcllh 4f
tI writim may be Arved by leaving I with a
member of the faemp ever e ae of twelve
omar* at asa plae, of rmeeaee.
hM i Mn 4. Any such peresa ftilag or refusing
to work 4 strots whon aied mid aiM faillim
*d rflue ,g to poar said a y s p II thoea,
* all be Alned not lees the ie dalMam or mmo
.,an ten doliarm or implied n the city jaill
to1r ia than fivedeisy a mee th tea dy is
the dimnrmt kin 4f the mWr.
etewlxi. Thia, Ar` dM U atakoeffeN t be.
mr4wi, Passed by the city aml of the etity of Tals.-
ha ,e,-. lrkl t rat metima hold am April


"-t
4. lits d.aw. M. ash Jr..


t Mayor.

I Court of County Julde's C ert, Leon
County. Pa. -I Probste.
Estate of Cpbfem. WIlliam. Dead.
amlsr"s HasT 0"m T s WHaay
w-i~nttiM, nI) 1 1 KUaO w
eas sly hfe at law of l wM e.
*e*seamd aesa to she seesat4 a
of eas 2 Hb *or .tf d om"- I mi e-t
- **aha l sn *1*

hWead D Wr. ~ n dem -ON lift*
eeU_


us for estimates on all the above
Material as well as best prices for


Office on G. F. & A. R. R in frot of

Iron Foundry.

Yours for business,

The Capital Stone Company,


Tallahassee,


- Fla.


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Best Apple Vinegar, per ...al ......20c
Granulated Sugar, 17 Ilb. for $1, or per lb ...------------ .--...---. 6c
Rice, per Ib ...- ..- ....- ..- ..-----..- .. 5 to 8c
Octagon Soap, 8 bars --..--... .-------------....----------.. ..... e
Good Luck making Powder, 8 boxes.. -------...-..-. 30
Keroaine Oil, per gal. .. ... .... 1c
Wilburn's Stock Food. 25 lb bucket, worth $3.50. My price.- $1.60
Wineof Life, Stella-Vita, worth $1. My price.--. ..--.....-- 75
Walker's Dead Shot Colic Cure for horses, worth $1, my price, 75c
Red Cross Corn Ring and Blbck Draught, worth 25c, my price, 20c
All Patent medicine's at reduced prices
Yard Wide Shet-*ing, per yard-..---..------.......----------------5c..... 5
Vruit of the Loom Bleaching, per yird- ..... ... --. 10c
40 Inch Lawn, white ------...----. ---....... 10c
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents
Ready Made Clothing. Just received a nice line of
Linen, all colors, Indian Head Waistings, &c., at
Hard Time Prices. I buy for cash, sell for cash,
and you don't have to pay the bad fellows debts.
So call and get my prices. I buy and sell all kinds 1
of country produce Your Friend,


J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street


Store Phone 208


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THE "WONDERFUL"


ELECTRIC


SCISSORS SHARPENER.

The most perfect little implement ever
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in


a few seconds.'


Edison's latest inven-


tion. Should be in every lady's hand
bag. Lasts for five years.


Price Only 25 Cents.


Gilmor e


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Co.


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TkUly PapRIMMIAM -S s vJobIm


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Building Stone, Monumental Work. Artl-
ficial Stone for Building as well as'
Coping for Residences and
Cemeteries.


Call and see
and get best of
Good Work.


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I ,-jig.* "ai b ha Ce Td oCouvty d State afor-
w aa. Att teM sMil that said wilu pay tMe
Ube% s-- e -- j, _--raw of O e. Bondridl Dollars for ch
ade.W hn s jist o mmd evey case of Catarrh that osamot
g a 1. Situsr Baed's well be cared by the use of Hall's CatArrh
*Of bis llcame CamFRANM J. CRBNaY.
i ...na..a. am.__ _Sworn to before me and subecrihed in
U, r. t P .a led the op- my ce, this 6th day of December,
no= is H. spoke (sRAL.) A. W. GDLASON,
SwKs I Hes o" if It p Notary Publi.
m- iped by ts tuoI al Hal' Catarrh Cre is taken inter-
fSt .Lbsse It wolderirtiednab Bly. etndsadirectlyon the blood and
o it woulM mbe in det n rmuco -s.ufae ,system. .Send,
- with the co-etibttoi of the for testlmals free.
uwe maC. These arguments F. J. CHNmYr & Co., Toledo, 0.
ie repad to by Mr. Stokes, of B-* gol all DrMi sts 75.
m -, Pt Taakeo W's Fanily Pills for Consti-
M. gijv a ebawn to vote soon ntnwe 11-1
Aft* a spirited disco.ms, Mr. pato. ..-
Smdeusi of se010.00pee Chunksc N sOON&.
Se dwm uneedby Mr. MWi-. .......-
as ,"beiag-I mJ hIr ad w...a ..,,,. L. ._- -


A vte then laken upon reconsiders.
ti proving favorable, Mr. MaeWil.
bIbsmoved that the matter be post-
S u ge d Wedneeday, but he was
oZod by Mr. Hilbur, who
t he had already moved to
lay that motion e tme table. Here the
sakser mterpoeed, declaring that he
bad heard no sdbch motion, and his state-
met was corroborated by members
from from all over the house who called
loudly for recognition upon the points
a order. Still Mr. Hilburnm insisted, "I
did make it.."
"The chair rules you out of order,
Mr. Hilburn."
But Mr. Hilburn refused to submit.
Their gentleman is out of order. The
tleman will take his seat," thun-
dered the chair.
"I will not take my seat!"
S*Then, sir, I shall have to order your
"-.M t by the sergeant-at-arms."
"Order my arrest if you like," re-
torted the angry and contumacious gen-
teman from Putnam.
"The enrgasnt-at-arms will arrest the
gentleman frem Putnam," ordered the
speaker.
The house sat aghast. Even the ser-
geant-at-arms wa dazed for a moment.
caring the general eathat perhaps the
order was not meant to be really exe-
cuted, but this false notion was expell-
ed iL th reiterated command from
"The serreant-st-arms will arrest the
gentlemsn."
Sefot a, however, the gentlemon from
Ptaaam could be reached by the officer.
sms quick-witted friend had aprung to
ide and implored him to apologize.
T 4o ad e wa inatan.y acted
pee and the arrest was for.staled.
Ths unusual and dramatic order from
the pakr eausd rt deal of ex-
atom" tand mueb d1=eum0, which
-daBated in the introduction, t the
shzoon session of a reolutionby
o lDtva, f Ma o", to the effect
at a eommlttee of three be appointed
to khestigfate the rights and powers of
ti Loer with reference to arrest of
le-mP This committee, appointed
Mr. MaeWilliams, who occupied the
at that time, was comoosed of
.DThvis, Mr. Calkinsand Mr. Knowles.
Mr. Stringer, of Hernando. made a
tioI that all mention of the occur-
re be committed from the u ecords of
osee. This motion wa carried,
the one offered by Mr. Cox, of Polk,
that the members of the pressthen
fmat should be requested to make no
atisn of it, was not acquiesced in by
m Maporter., who thought the story
we ored to keep.


-g" rw F~wv'pw we

.IumgI hoBer"ofsa-win
~ Moris "d Mr aow

for brWdge, ad at
I Pws Ia srvd.appel' of so-
pwvmlboI3wS merge&

~~Ih a ~Imt Mrs. gmMaria


Juasor Bwmerh lAm. a0 p. m. anS er ap-
wasth Laos. 4.00 p. m All member requoated
atnd. The pubi s andstrangwr p=eoalyr -
vted ta woraoip with a.
Probtartsa Cbase. Raev. Wm. L. zaehr. Pae.
tor.-Be r amrvice at 11 o'clock a. and at
T7 o'eloek p. a. Sabbath school at .JO a. m.
Midweek arice on Wdnleday evening at 780
S...
Fleet Baptist Churh. Rev. J. B. Pruett. Pastor.
eVleo: Sumda at 11 a. m. and 7:'J p. m.; Bible
ph, I 6 a m;Juonlr B. Y. P. U. 4 o'clock p. a.
$9s0r B. Y. P. U.. Frday at0p. m,: Prayerw ad
Pral service Wednesday evening at 7o20 p: m.
Zvrybody welcome.
St. John's Episcopal Church: Rev. Samuel Mo.
ran. Rector. Early celebrution-Sundaysand Holy
Days. 7-30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon 11
a. m., Kvening prayer and sermon. 780 p. m. Fri-
day evening 7N0 veils prayer and lecture. R.-
hearial of choir Friday night after service. Sun.
day school at 10a. a.
Christian eSclens.-S ervlcesar held every Sun.
day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wednesday evening at
8 o'elock p. m., in the front room. second story, of
the buIding east of the postollca. This room w
alm used as a Christan Scwnce reading room.
and is open daily except Sundays and Priday
afternoome. between the hour of 10 and It o'clock
a. an. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All as cordially
invited. The Sunday School las hold Sunday morn.
ing from 10 to 10:4&.
Catholic Church-Rev. Father. Bresnahan and
Buckley priests in char. Services every Sun.
day at 10 am.L Masduring the week at 6:45 a. m.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WRIGHT and BLACKS& IL


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


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

Notlo of TMachers' W amsiastl ..
HERRBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
b old an examination under the Uniform Exam-
inatein Laws af Florida at Tallahasee on the
first Tuesday after the Arst Monday in June
(June 8th, 1IM) for the certifieation of teachers.
White applicants will be examined at the Flor-
ida Fooa olerle. the elored applicants at the
Lincoln Hich School.
All applinata must provide themna:ves with
pea,. ik and laJ cap paper. must preaest an
endorsement of good moral character and habits.
and pay an examination tfo of one dollar before
eaterins the examlnatkm.
EDWARD B. ePPES.
Superintmendnt of Public Instruction of Laon
ounty. Forida.
The follow is a liat of Text-books to be used
as the bast o th June examinaton, 19W:
Orthapiy '. Word Laeons (2e5). May.
ard. York.
Co--poatlft.-1- >ea0_ft Of ftlish Compitlon.,
by Gerdiner. KlttredgA Arnold (1), Ginn &Co..
Atlanta.
Readlag-Ay standard author will answer.
ArithMetie-Milne's Standard it&c.). American
Book Company. Atlanta.
ngliA Graouin-Lawtoa B. Evan's (40c. .
A mere Beok Company.
Florida Hisr-1-'revard A Bennett's (We.).
American BaCk Z mpy. and Parbank's. H.
W. B. Drew Ca. J Vkan Pia.M
U. & History-Pield's Grammar eSchool (11)
Ameaa, Book Company.
0 1ay-adway Natural Advanced ($1.2).
Anerican Book Cmnpany.
Phy1elo11y-O-6me's lmeNts of (me.). The
Maemifla eLo.. Atlanta. Ga.
Civil Goeenment-YVum's Civil Government
of FlMida and the Unitad States ( II). .0. Paint-
or Co DeLad. rda.. and Boyntou' School Civics
(51). Gifn & Co.
AIsebrn-Mine's High School (11i. American
Book Campany.
Physical G aph-Maury-8imond (1.0).
Artieuatwr-John rrederick Dugar's for
SBathern lehebes 471.). Tke Maemillan Cempan).
Thbary and Prart-le-IFr all m adee-Clas-tom
MHa smneat. by Beley ($1.119. The Macmillan
These hbnks may be had of moat book dealers n
the Mtat*. wr from the publirs by mall. Vest-
paid. onM raipt of price.
W. M. HOLlVOWAY.
-tf 8tate Superlstendt Pabhlite InstrtIon.

W tce Fr rimal i"charge.
SIX MO NTHI t dta. me ad ammttrati of
OstaftaedA,&adaM. Man, e. ued. I
willso-sI Mt to ftha atyt4-l ofLwar ensty.
-a damyw sw ea d S.:ad them
sak tfr a AnaJ dsearPe from the admintetatlesM
o assd eseta@. Mha Mars RA. MAuwsU.
Adminiateerls.
April 14 as11. M

Naotel FerFial U ei llB-e.
SIX MON.ir AVTa DATI, AS AMDINI.:
eased l "e e s emat a *m u C wut e dfie s a s


Goo. P. RA ,rr. W,. J. Ovn.
RANEY & OVEN,
ATTORNEBT AT LAW.
TALnAmAxM. FLORIDA.

C. M. AUSLEY. M. D.
OPTC.B IN TILEt ,NE
& TELGRAPH mBUILD.. '
NEXT TO LIBRARY. : :
Home Phone 268. Office Phone

JOHN L. NEELEY.
ATTOnrSE AMo OOm MLLOR AT .AW.
7. 8 ATVUOVM3 nVuILMMo.
TALLAHAsis. FLORIDA.


GH[AP ADVERTISING
5 CENTS PER LINE

All Cliifie-u-Want. Par Sale. Exchange. To
Bnt. Et& Eah insertUo6cents per line and no
a. for Iss than M satM. oh in *ad vnre.

F'OR SALz. Set of New Cone Pul.
leys. A bargain at this office

SEE Us! For all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
a cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers Every
farmer should have his printed Letter.
heads and Envelopes.
FOR WooD-Phone Dr. J. i. 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 Tr4epMsst Noticie in your hume
local new';pyswr
DR. J. H. BUTTrr, Veteary Sur eon
Phone No 217. 29


Hon m tIa rto get fat
*-atre uallyn sa from desad&
ly disaeM -wbhen theyare regular
ly given


Nothing will more suly prevent
hog cholera and mn hobpgrow
larger and fatten gaickly. And
when Pratta AnimalRe ulator is
given cowso tohey produce or e and
ricer milk-t rulates the blood
and digtive agans of all stock
and thus earns its small cost many
times over. Try It Sold In Sc,
0c, Tc and $1.00 packages.


Next ti me"% In the tare as
about these famous pnrepra -
every one uly guauaed.
T Be BYRD CO.

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acwt"ers Notices.
Notice is hero.by jIiven that six months
after the date hereof I will present to
the county iudgr of L. on county, Flori-
da, my final sacount' h executor of the
las twilland tentament of Edward H.
Myers, deceased. late of said county,
and apply for a qn.l discharge from
sueh executnorhip.
pREDRRICK T. VY y.Bts, Executor.
Jan. 1, 1909. 45 lm7moe



J. V. CULLEY & SON.

Mrs. H. Pope.
UNDER TAKER

EMBALMER.
Owt of town orders re.
*eies prompt attention
Day or Night.
Licensed Embalmer.
Offlee 'P~* 10.R. #es. Ph 22.



C. Re HADILEY.


Llcesscd Underutetr aM
Embalmecr.


Only Licensed Undertaker and
Embalmer in the City.
b0d&u. bmo 225. Offk Nrme 163:

u ,U ma Wsess le*


- "em10"LP m


J. K HORTON
104 MASONC BUILDING.




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 finish market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of
Tin Work, Plmuban and
Repair Work.
I guarantee satisfaction.
having given satisfaction al-
ready in many of the best
houses in Tallahassee.

tf H. R. SAULS.
329 E. Jefferson St.

Fishing partieson Sopchoppy and Ock-
locknee rivers. Launch "Star," seedy.
comfortable safe Expense inconsider-
sole. Fishtiting NOW. Address J.W.
Wood, captain and experience guide,
Aopchoppy, Fla. 1-.tf


139 S. Calhoun Street,


Do Your


I F THEY DO, they should
be repaired at once. It
does'nt matter whether it is
a small leak or whether
whole joint is loose, the re.
sult will be the same. Im-n
perfect Plumbing is the
cause of a great deal of sick-
ness, and too great precau-
tion cannot be taken to have
the water or gas pipes in
good condition. If there is
anything the matter with
your plumbing, 'phone up
No. 80, and I will do the
rest. My work is done'
well and reasonable.

R.J. PHILLIPS,

Sanitary Engineering

,,.Steam Heating.
Gas Pittinw


Notice to Debtern ad Creditora.
AlL PERSONS. WHETHER CREDITORS.' i
lieimatem or distribute., having any claim or
demand mailnat the estate of William M. Lan.
stun. late .f eon county, 'lor4da. will present the For Sale.
,men to the undersigned within two (U) ya. or i.
thiu notice will be pirad in bar of theirrvey. -- -- -J--- __.
W;. RHOI)B. Woodvilis ria.. Quarter of a block, adjoiin t
Administrator of Estate of William M. school. Apply Mrs. M. Gosodu "
April 7. 7 Park Avnue, city. 1-t




STHE CAPITAL INN, *
569 S. Monroe St. '
SMRS. WILLIAM LESTER, Prop'r.
RATES: $1.00PER DAY*.
Reasonable Rates by the Week or Month. C
Everything New, Clean and Neat.
Best of Service.







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Excellent Fare $1 Per Day.
Spedal Rtes b Week or Moth. INot dmlMowksaFs.






G-tYor Teams from the New

STABLES,
244 South Bronough Street: Second Block Wut of
Fire Station.
Good Saddle Horses, New Busgies, and Good Double and
Single Drivers. Call and see them. Phone 183.

A. L TULLT, Proprietor.
JTlabsac, FrIMa.


A Cap of Whte beM of be Lame l
Reca sMd JVa CCoem
is what gos straight to the heart e
every man at breakfast time, sad evay
une knows that only good roemra keep
good coffee. We take speeial pride s
our brands, as they have made ao
stomafamous Just as Sood ma the e*.
fee we soll are tea. which pro
holds good tkruhsmt ear satire sstk.
We anl mething bt thabest a fed
Wpred st-these we avem tested e.
elves, and ma e aiistd the.
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TRUIU DEOCRAT.

S M -JMU UD VRY FRIDAY MORNING.
~M RI TIlE PARDONING BOARD.
g ly Se Applicatlea in List Was Fa-
vTrably Acte" Os.
The State Board of Pardons met in
Sis te Executive Office, all members
-eg prat.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read aid approved.
SLIAS GRIFFIN
Judge Syd L. Carter addressed the
board in opposition to the granting of
tM aMpplIcation for pardon submitted
Mars" e4on behalf of Ell" Griffin. Af-
S t due consideration it was ordered
a dt saM sppliration be denied.
ALONZO JOHNSON
Bon. James B. Calkins presented the
speseatonm of Alonso Johnson for a par-
des from a convicton of breaking and
elterlog to commit a misdemeanor, and
S Ntsoneeof two years' Imprisonment by
| e Ci~cit Court of Nassau county, at
S thew Term I90. After eonidera.
| tIa traf wt was ordered that this
ippesatsen ie passed over for further
| enslrstin, and that the Secretary
write e Crot J doe and the State a
Attorney who tried the ae, requesting
teilr opinion as to the propriety of
granting a conditional pardon therein
JAMNU 0. BUTLER.
Bon. James A Alexander presented
lieation of James G. Butler for
uIee ofrom a conviction for selling in-
| h ~Ub liquors by the Criminal Court
t R =e of Voluala county at the De-
ember term, I6, and a letter being
S p ated from the judge who tried said
-asa, station that the stuff mold was
I rae e or domestic wine, and that
e Jladpe had agreed to suspend
osateft e pon payment of costs, and
Iet in his o no injustice would be
&des eadere ircumstance to remit
east, it was ordered by the board that
the east In this eae be remitted.
XauVC U. NORMAN AND qUILLIAN
Hon. Glenn Terrell presented the ap-
S 1peaton of Brue E. Norman and Quii-
e White, from a conviction of forg-
nry Od Wntene of eighteen months
I dftee months, respectively, by the
S emidt Court for Marion county at the
U r Term, 1908. It was ordered
S at his be passed over for further
seasaderation on the first Tursday of
July, 1909. l
JOHN SYLV rTIR WATKa.
Colo el H. K. Oliphant presented the
S ppieatson of John Sylvester Waters
for pardmn from a conviction of laremny
ad matanee of one year by the Circut
ar t for Polk county at the Fall Term,
a, I. This application beli, endorsed
by Cireult Judge Wall and tate's At-
S eoIey Phillps, who tried the case, and
Sthe beln strong evidence that the
t~ was a person of very weak
which was lesarlt indicated by
adduced In ev dne, It was
4 rd tthat a conditional pardon be
g fuatedto this applicant.
SKW U M'CASKILL.
Mr. A. 0. Camptbll made further ar-
g0at im behalf of the application for
S-Mof Lewi MeCaskill, which he
i mtted to the board on April. 199.
It was ordered that this application be
pa. sed over for further consideration
at future date.
MNOsU DANIELI.S
Mr. A. G. Campbell presented the ap-
iton of Mosem Daniels for commu-
of sentene from the death pen.
Sto lfo Imprisonment for the con-
ist n of murder n the first degree by
Seu it Court for Walton county at
ti- Fau 4Term. 1908. After due consid
wrtiea It was ordered that this appli-
atlon be denied.
SJO. TURNIpaMnED.
HIe. John P. Wall preented the ap-
|,sNlm- of Joe Touipseed for pardon
b-a qonvietaon for forgery and aen-
I s e r four years' Imprionment by
h f Weult Ceurt for Alachua county at
S te Fall Term, 1907. After due eosid-.
,. eatien It was decided that this appllesa-
gtes be denied.
SJAMS rOoD.
The aplieation of Jame Ford for
pa|de freem eviction of manslaughter
r d Iatentoe of twet1 *rs' lmapr.s-
nlrt the Cireult Curt for Orange
Mg ty te spring Tern 1901, was
1N* i sia writag byMear. Jones
B:: ** lnlr.g IIwa d that tht
repauaea d ever f th pres.
Bt ed e requeiaung theionion"
tl onal pausso therein.


SJOJ INDIl PILAYTM.
The laton of Josephine Player
rd froa coveton for mur-
S, the eomd degree for the killing
Ifr anfst AMld Md sentence of Of.
e' Imant by the Circuit
sN o o J" ounty at the pall
IsK9, waa embittted to wntlng
M tthiae appet on
Ie Din Hicks for par-
leavistes sof murder iN the


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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 Article Marked in PLAIH FIGURES for this Great Sale


DRY OOODS
The Famous American Prints 4 c
The Better Quality Ginghams
Homespuns, 41e and... .. .
Good Bleaching, yard wide. 6:
up to lie
Fruit of the Loom 9c
10-4 Bleachlng ...... 2fc
White Laws e and up
India Linon 8c to 29c a saving of
88 per cent
Ribbons, sc to 12c yd, about
half of the regular price
Towels, 4e, 6, and up to 29c
Counterpenes from Oe to $2.90
Handkerchiefs, ,e 4c, 7e to 19e
VERY 5PBCIAL
3,000 ydo of fne Embroidery and
Edng at Tic d well worth up
to! Doe't loe the oppor-
tunity of a lifetime.
A BIG LINE OP LADIES'
Muslin Underwear at Factory
Prices Dont fall to inspect
same.
Spool Thread, two spools for rc
Lades', Men's and Children's
Hose, ce, be, 9e, l0e up to .39c
Men's Overshirts, the 75e kind,
all isee .........- 43e


UNDERSHIRTS
'3c kind .. ..... 21c
40c kind .. .. 25e
60c and 754 kind .4. 3c
Night Shirts, 76e kind ......43c
Pajamas, $1.50. c per suit
The finest Neekwear ever seen
in the City, SWk. 2e and 48c
worth double
Men's Odd Pants,from c to $6.69
Knee Pants to Suit All
Straw Hats, the latest for the
entire family, at one-third less,
we want to save you money
SHOWS.
Oxfords For Ladies. Men. and
Children, at Advertising Pri.
esa.
Parsols and Umbrellas, 39e to
.. ...... P.9m
Walking Canes...... ... .3c up
Suspenders, 14e to .. -....-3
Suit Caes, from 89c and up
250 Highly Gilded Psemes and
Oil Paintings. well worth $2.60,
at 49c. (with each $2.00 pur-
chase ) It muot beo en to be
appreciated.


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

A. H. GINSBERG,


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The Negro la lorida. A Nice Complaea .
S(Communicated.) The Pemnsacola News bas the follow-
Perhap nowhere the world are n ing to say editorial about Mr. A. B.
groes more advantageouly situated larks addr was delivered
than in the State of Florkda, where Wemorial day in Quc
they are making steady headway the We have read a numT of themamo.
*aquii acquisition of uoane c intIge ties of the State., ad unquestml
tending toward their ultimate uplift- pbyothe oSe ab Sa n r
inTder political conditions they are Quincy, to be the best of them all, am t
temporarily deprived of the franhise. ne ep Frank Clark'srati
No thoughtful man among them fails to "boy" of whose soese and attaSS-
I recognme the wisdom of such measure, men the city i justly pro d is
or in the leat to doubt the good faith considthed one of the bs t ad m.
of white neighbors In an assurance of considered one of nt Petrida ,
future participation in public affairs, epromincpl ofGaddes County'so
when by reason of further development pol mv ax
in education they shall have become --..-.- -
more properly fitted for such duties. Shooting and instantly kitting Harry
Ample opportunities for the acquiring Nix, a well known young white am,
of sueh witness are being bestowed on when the latter attempted to arresti--
them and most flattering hopes are en- in the streets of Fivy Saturday va
tertaned of the early maturity of such ing, Henry Wilson, a negrotook to
intellectual and moral proclivities the woods 'nmdiately, pursd by bee
among them as shall qualify and on- dreds of people bent on his dtrotid .,
title them to a full cipation in di- Although the pursuit was spirited, tl
reacting the policies o the country. negro, given speed by deperation,
To propose constitutional amendment outdistanced his purseasr and ese
that shall perpetually debar them from into the fastoesse of the pbine fa o
effort at self-government seems unwise. qci f Th Tu D
and fraught with a narrowne and un; Subcribe for The True Democrat
fairness unworthy the more advanced
people among whom they live. i l
No more complete discouragement egiv e1 M y
Should attend the negro race than denial
I to them of attainment of a function so Treft mmd eer SuW L
intimately interwoven with American e o.
ideas of citizenship. RWTo .....
It should be remembered that the Fill a bottle or commoglass with yw
presence among us of these backward water and let it stad twenty-four how
people-nearly the half of our national a brickdnst.ed
population, is an inheritance of our own ment,4orMsett-.
founding, '-,y J f stringy or mipky
Amid political evolutions of the age, A amm d)
became apparent throughout the world, indicate a
the disadvantage, of involentary servi-' healthy *on&
tude, r ting in the liberation among : tion of thie
us of million of a crude people, de- f ysV too .;
void of means of elf-sustainment, or quent desire t
the habit of self-maintanance, while pa itor pailem
in so helpless a condition infmnces un- the back are othat te1lp m
favorable to their welfare beset them, the kidneys and bladder out
through instrumentality of white men and need attention.
they were made to imbibe pernicious i kmato e
Idea. There in comfort in the knowled- as
People of the South became victims often expressed, that Dr. Elim8*
Sof such miguidance. Swamp-Root, the great kidney *
By exercise of a fortitude and for. fulfills almost every wish i in e,
beariane, scarcely before known of in ; rhe -u'-m, pain in the back- ki
world's history, men of the Southland liver, bladderandevery partof t myi
survived sad surmounted disaster and PMsa-e0. Corrects inabUt tobold
defeat Assuming an exhausted mag- and- sn s i it,
nanimity battle-scared Southerners doe- eff ct fol ulog o f liquor, w .i
teomind to foster me neg to extend beer, ad oovercomes that pseaaat.1
to him the helping han udd e to a sit; ityorf being cope
him on his belated way. throughn ti day, and y to t -
In ao doing they committed them-! time*during the night. the
selves and their m ioenl to the elvili- immediate effect of
Naton and upliUtng of the gro in 911reliLd. It standsth
America. cusofiteremarkable
SReults seem to have justified such health restoring prop.
action In little more than fourdecades -., u U youned a6u m
of time. negroe.s in the South, ea tsuandl1 .YOUshoul
class. have become a law-abiding, tI- Iavethetbest. Sold by
dustrious, self-sustaining people, and rIst A'ftm
have amply repaid andem e -pod ,
n them y gaining steadily .i respe- You may have a
tabilty and worth.. A ssD a
n teface of meh facts let there be meo., Y. M.entis u s t
imposed no hMdrame in their way. _nmrem.tbenme Dr.
Weea't mow eeaU aft, baer ftwe oa, mei d tl
ee" toa Wearme to tay,.andh- t *. ebeey 7
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gBt, are se"t to a vari
sad strawberries.
have eoi the l e-
-an Da~eto a, nd
rianh oarig. tFroman
1 r il politreP; slk and buht-
th afnsot wery, fattened on
4 1 wlck wes csoverted into
gfrape juie. which is a
isseme sad refreshingf bever-
So~oyseth delights of home
and vegetables, fremh
e raised poultry; milk and but-
the finest Jerseys, fattened on


i-!dttl a recent convert to the
Ida ets of' open air, ano not-
the elegant furnishings
M .su lieodiuon of their bed
sp has'persanded Mr. Knott
SlkhMrae to Join her in the pros-
this new theory. The entire
aon the broad veranda from
regulating the air
Wm by canvass curtains. All
smAwt. ly benefited by this
iome If of this family, consist-
r. sd Mrs. Knott and a young
dauter,is ideaL They poe-
iy Imaiable comfort, and de-
Svi their friends call and
Amr charming hospitality.
AWARDS Oi MERIT


tie Sadents of the Lon Counaty
31h Sche*L
lMt Friday evening concluded the
mammeeamt exercise of Leon High
r d, although the weather was
a larg audience asembled
he essays and speeches deliv-
the las s of 19086-1909.
were varied by musical
i by misses Tatum, Ed-
a ix Whitfield at the
Beautiful violin solo by
Saxon. Mrs. J. H. Hum-
y eq delightfully duriog one
Contest for theogirls'
Mr ted in by Misses
SLad and Mary Rob-
ram-M bed ing the suc-
lUll akat a. Among the boys
trerseved the medal for
beiesil being the recipient of
prisM for excellence in
given by Miss Lilla Lewis.
was a beautifully bound edi-
i'.adlae from Shakespeare."
prise, a set of Ir-
w en, given by miss Lewis,
D Ah Richardson.
6 taele who took part in
were as follows:
SRetarn".. Jessie Parrior
4i f Bre ".-..- Heles Saxon
i* lt nt" ....Besaie Wells
Prepare for a Dinner"..
.. ............. n Dckey

&.......... ......Raeeli Mickler
E xpoition .............
S..... ....... WalterMoore
Mth".........John McLin
th Roman Seate". ..
... .......Eugene Casler
e........ker.............
the Bighe t ...........
E,.. ... .... .T..Boma Pruitt
... .. .....Milton Smith
ole Dean of the
O oma*the State Col-
aB spimd c all to the
JRev.JB. Praitt
wmOtiualty deorated,
__a n and purpleI
woMa of beeeti.
soetributod to.




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JUNIOR LEAGUE. W. C. T. U. Notes. CALANDIR Young Women's Christian A.ssecia"
The monthly meeting w,, I '-Id in the College faculty and the atud
Nethers' Day Program, Ny9th. 11l- Bapttst church Monday. May lo0 at 4 Of the Commeacement [xercdsos at; ..n mornmi, at 10:30 olok i
te Smith, Leader. o'clock p m. There wa a go ..lly num. Woman Colee C a amorn i.t 1 be eahibities
st-Allfstand and repeat the Lord 'ssra fthe visiting ie Fourth Annual Conam.enc.e,.ent Ex. of work don. by the else in Domes.
pr er. The special feature of the intmrolie erciseu, l'lorida State College for Wo tic Science and Art, under t1hdlrection
2d-Song No. 65.i try exercise wa the obaervanc f men, and preceding Recitals and other of Miss Catharine MolCigan, who ha
S pturereading, Prov.4,1-11. rs' Day After ureexercise, beginning May 14th, at 4 charge of these department. After
4th-Song No. 1566 reading aand r opte w harn obe ryo'clock 1, M .COuywe.f ICme i t los Muligan wil go t
5th-Praoyer; LeTader and others. Mrs.A. E. Ald of Kan w n .u Friday, May 14. at 40 o'clo the Unicveity of Tennessee wh00 esho,
6th-Sc ture ver, s read. (1) Ex lovely type of both mother aidr. crad. a I inorecital by the pupils, of Miss he asur oe, eat d Deain of Wg for
2-1 12-, 5 PI. 1-8 (t) erov 6 -2 mother, gave a beautiful ran helpful Virginia Hardaway in the chapel. the summrs e in HrmeM oi oft.
(7) Prov. 10-1. (8) rov. 1520 (9) talk on mnherhood. Spoke of two si Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the Monday afternoon, at i o' k I the
ro. 2 (10) Mtt 16 (11) att one a physical otherwith pe, the melodrama Enoch Arden." gymnasium, a hi on L
10-7. ural children, who *a to the other given by Mi4s Dalsell, director of the culture under the direct of als
7th-Son, solo nd chorus, Savillee otherheartSchool of Expression. This melodrama Dall.
Watson Kate B rd, Jennie Mcntosh. than I for I ar and look a- isn arranement of the celebrated Monday veni, at 8:30 o'clock at
8th-a by b der on subject. ter m own chi rn, while you reach German composer, Richard Strauss,. unro Opera House, anal
9th-Talk, The Value of a other," 4 help the man v sy y d the beautiful musical setting will be society debate, betw Minerva Cb
Ruby Byrd. to the ny. Te eip 10th-How Can I Help Mother?- "We wish eve motherS inallahase ga' Tuesday afternoon, from to a
ills Collins. coubeen t nd h Friday afternoon, May 21. at 4 o'clock. Aret *xhbit in Colle Iall, sa
11th-This in the Day of i'hild-Clin- hear from her a n, o'clock, and Friday evening, at 8:80 from 5 to 7, Class Day xwees ean
ton Harris. o'clock, piano recital in chapel. by the Camps.
12th-Talk. "The Value of a Mother There was an earnest prayer made in pu ils o Miss Martha Cline. Tuday evealag, at 8:80, Man O
to a Boy" Russell Mickkr. behalf of the IALslature now in epeion r pn meeting of the Thalian Liters. *ra Hoe annual eaert by f imi
13th-onf No 78. that measures adopted might tend to the ry Society Satuday evening. May 22. of Music epar.tnt.
14th-Recitation, The Little Gleaners, betterment of our commonwealth, and ; his annual entertainment. to which Wednesday morning. at 100 o'elk
Jennie McIntosh. the establishment of righteourmineue cardeof invitation will be issued. will be in y rhose, contest la oratory by
16th-Reading, The Mother Heart of among our people. After sor ma terms given in the form of a lawn party on the Junior and Senlors for Bard oft Cm-
God, Ruth Smith. ot business were di4ptchvd. repomrts campus. trol medals.
ifth-Reitation, Happy Little Chil- from superintendents were given. Saturday evening, at 8. May 22. In Wednesday eveninol, 8M0 opera
dren, Kate McLaurin. Those .on visiting sick and strangers, chapel, voice recital by pupils of Miss house 4th annual address by er. W.
l7tb-Reading, Suffer the Children, nd the one on distribution of flowers, Sarah Yancey Cline. L. Palmer, of Orlando. Ale eoatfe
Beeie Russell. showed a great deal dot.e in those lines' In Trinity Methodist Church the an-, riwof diplomas and degrees by Hem.
18th-Blackboard Illuitration by Su- during the month past. There is of nual commencement sermon will be N. P. Bryan, Chsairman of Beard of
perintendent. course much being done on legislation i reached by Rov. Claude W. Duke, D. ControL
19th-Members will tell work done and petition, which was given mure io D pastor of First Baptist Church. There will be twenty Th
during wek. general discussion thGtn by superinten. I ampa. Dr. Dike is an eloquent Valeditearian of thw C
20th-Announcemen's. dt. speaker, and a man of extensive cul. Class is Mise BAA Petti" of Tampa
21st-Song 168. We wish to thank all those who in ture and travel. He has recently re- the Salutitarian. Mia ay M er,
AY any way contributed to the successful turned from visit to the Holy Land Apasehicola. The aorma hool
PMAYgR pasage of the Submission Bill by our At 8 o'clock p. m., Trinity Church wil be represented by Mks Halle
Our Heavenly Father, we thank the Legilature. First to the member vot- Rev. f. V. Atkinson, D.. pastor a Cranberry, of Mariasnas adU th Kime*
for this day-that we can give honor to lng for It, who showed such noble mon- Firit Method at Church, Live Oak, will dergarten Training lebhool Class by Miss
oar mothers and fathers. Help a to hood against ret odds, and espeal preach esp ily to the members of the Ollie Townsend of Lake Butler.
honor them each day, by living a Chris- for those who engineered the bill, bot
tian life. May we heed Thy command in Senate and Ha ie; for the spier.dad
-children obeythv parent-and may speeches which showed forth the caeom
we remember our Creator in the days so grandly. and we would emphasize our
of our youth. God bleas the oys and gratitude to the client manaemen t.
girls whohave no dear mother to love nd untiringat bor of the Anti-Siloon M
and teach them. Bless each member of t" & .rti ftt..hank the di e ,- Bet e N ot ( et
our League. we ask in Jesus name. ne ieartly thank the ladies of Tal-
Amn. lahassee who contributed and assisted
---- _hh_ with Bowera at the opening of the se-
Pln el This Afterses State tribute to snd and bring flowers when y spepS a
lee, r W m. the many calls have bern made from
Following is the program for the Uiae to tme. t
piano recital to be given at the College We trust that these lovely bloomers. t you Ca h p IL Ko prevem r,
hapel this afternoon by the pupils of with a fragran fresh from the Divine-' -At t2
Miss Virginia Hardaway: touch of Nature's God, have entered 11 VNbto Reieve
Under the Village Lime Tree-..Grlitt into the heart and souls of the ons of But don't t with Indigestim.
Two plaos-eight hands. fair Florids, and that the lives of all
Beasie Temple, Minnie Palmer, Maymae who have been in attendance upon the A great many people who have a partial digester-Oad phystes are
MLam Dagmar Nillson. snesiton of the Florida Legislature mniy trifled with IndigestIon, have been not diesters at al.
Minuet, o p*, No. 2........bethove eatch some of the purity shed forth by sanrry for It-whean nervous or Kodol to a perf ect diester. It
Htle Deker. thes silent masenfger:. chronic drspepela resulted. and you could O dm N4every
Roado, op. 4 No. 1........ Bethoven LOCAL Pass. W. C. T. U. thUiy havo not been able to cure It particle of food., of all da teI Um
SMiNnnie Palmer. t Tallalum4, ay 1, 19WJ. I 'r Kodol and prevent having tlass test-tubes l our
811# Night (s)...........-M. Hayden Dy tersla. you wold know this Jt a W
Muet (b)---...............--. Most In the Ciourt .f hi eon-.d ju veryne Is subject to Indi oce- as w do.
One mao-a-fear bands. It ..e. ret Co or_. tinn. Stomach derasuement follows Nature and Kodol 'will always


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the ounty of Lamui-In Chancery.
Jobs Josm ,Commpelmums4 atyLydia. liessamDo-~

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thbelos. pm b lmestats th ee"vims 811111-
Points o.wpmbewasid bind & am'id Tfmd-muIse
91140 mald d@16111111 Is meth ae 4( tiamstypem
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and Just an surely as a sound and
healthy stomach results upon the
ta-king of Kodol.
When you experience sourness
of stomach. b"lhblng of was and
"tiraating fluid, bloated ensation.
f4ra,'ing paln In the pit of the
stomach, heart burn (so-called),
dierrhoea, eadacbes, dullness or
rhromlc tired feeling-you based Ko-
dol. And then the quicker you take
rodol-the better. Mat what you
wart. let Kodoe dslest It.
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States Senator by the Florida Legisla-
ture, Hon. Duncan U. iletcher could
not be present, owing to pressing du-
ties in Washington. The following let-
ter of acceptance, however, was sent
by Mr. fletcher, and read to the joint
seeido of the two houses immediately
after the election:
"To the Legislature of the State of
Florida:
"In rspone to the will of the people,
expreed n the primaries, and in eom-
plfatce with your pledge, and in obedi-
ence to your consciences, you have Just
conferred upon me, one of your eiti-
sen, a very great honor. With that
distinction go large responsibilities and
laborious dutiee. By service, rather
than by words, should due appreciation
be shown and expressed I repet to
=o the promises made to the people.
There is no barrier between me and
them; no conflicting spectre stalks be.
tween the Interests of the people and
the objects of my service. There is no
call which has a dearer sound to my
ears than the voice of the people,
There s no Influence which attracts and
biade whatever energies and powers I
can command like the needs and wishes
of the people at large. My heart is
with the people of my State and coun-
t. and whatever makes for their good
will have my support and whatever
works for their barm I shall combat;
whatever tends to promote their happi-
ness and welfare it shall be my endeav.
or to accomplish; whatever uplifts and
upbuilde I shall encourage; whatever
moves toward advancement and better
conditions I shall feel bound to urge.
"In saying this, and in this work, I
do not eoneive it necessary to array
ele against class; to decry industrial
development; to assall wealth because
it l wealth; to attack capital because
It is capital, and invoke against Its safe
ad profitable Investment; to strangle
Oe rp or assume there Is no wls-
dom progress, to dwell upon woes
and ailments and oppression, faneieJ or
otherwise, as if there was no hope in
the land, no good in the government.
no future for the country. The people
as a whole are patriotic, public-spirited
and are moving onward and upward.
We have a great country a splendid
ltse; our goveraments, tate and na-I
tisl., are In the main ng adminis.-
ered as the constitutionsA laws pro-
v d for the public weal. Our
eofilelals are generally eonaseen-
a cable. There isa no tees.
9I for arwIg gloom or for the -
o eitg "Icono2 Our eyee f hou l
tm to the front; our movement should
for amd our courage and hope
M aly for humanity's march to.
St goal. Conaeientlous striving
t demand and the reward. We
do If weo dare-not otherwise. With
good will in our hearts, unselfish deter.
tia lion in our minds, faith in our in.
1tutlons, self-reliance and depth of
prnelple, lot us press on.
"The progreea the world has made
has not simply happened. It has been
,yMought by the peraevering labors of
-l, eo-opratlng with Divine Provi.
= .. 8IkWlMG and saerifce, vigilance
* valW peVand high purposes. good
i andod hohr, make ever for
4M 113 prosperity. We have the
a the duAtries, the opportu
m nature has done her best In sup.
ear oimate and conditions of
LS Itt for a to stmk out for
it tilitt. Orasping th eeondi-.
a ty eopl, a mt g to better
mat w win a bo generous
sad shearthl at let a oset about
1-mi and oing the KV.011 of
ky roMere. esiaddt that
eWse emy has not i vain, or


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umrl:I: n. n. LOvE,
Adj. Gen. and Chief of Staff.
Ruill er Fee of U Tesa.
"The most merelme menemy I had tor
20 yearOs" delares Mrs. James Dun-
can, of Hayaes oUe Me., "wa Py-
'epes. I sufered late ly after eat-
Ing or drinktlagand oulde arcelyaleep
Aftermay reedie had failed and
veal dot gave me up, I tried
Electric Bitten, wkh cured me esm.
pletely. how ea eat anything. I
am 70 years el and am overjoyed to
get my health M a strength back
again. For la detimcLee of A-
ti* Kte _K .Tf ,bl-e Lam Bak,.
mle Cmpi f't N mmq-,aled.
Only 60e. at a-drgists. 11-m
-~ -w
The special "Hethers' Day" aerviee
beld ia tmhe various cherebse laat Sn-
day were pn blly ddlkhtful, and the
interest ow by te usually large
OnC tiome demonstrated the favor
with whih this new observance has
been received.
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T@% Caa me W oe98 14Newspaeror

This is area ag age, and these pee
ple are t best prpnmd m t thel
eIgenles of Nt who are the better tn-
fared. The Tree Demesew isearts
sisewhere a large atim emt of
The Magamime sad oS e e paky
WOO he It kewem


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-M -i A= In view of the approach rsweinef
POITSON C mederate veteran to be heldat
e pbis June 8, 9 and 1, Major Gen.
Rb.ert J. Magil owanmrpd _theFlor.
I F W k division, U. C. D.. has issued the
I f J owing gneMral orders:
Sl l tFlorida Division United
I at.A'sTOUmL^ Veterans, Jai,^
B. I. CURFM ABOVE TROUBLE. ALSO*
EZ ZMA AND RHEUMATIAM. I .
Fr twenty.Ave r estate slajld BaJI (B. I General Orders No. 3.
"B. 8 ha hem eturtA yary r thouanM.i o d.urw- I. In ursuance of general orders
w eom Pmary. Zory a or T*rtr d No. from neral t rtr at
CPoison, M adfllmw of IwO Md 10kin K.- 6s". ? m
Canr, w. Rbuimnisem ad m. We a solk t New Orles, e major gwal wMm-
eit ".t. eI ..M... bcu Rr... M.. mending hereby annouses the min
where ls .Il me.. 11 have sch. and Pant tewt_ annual renmlon of the United
Snth tIM .M C xWfed rateVol**.. at Memps.,
S*, uson. ean ay pawt of the bdy, wir or 160, On Tuesday. Wednesday and
Eyerows faHoMt. o tI t wcy .,.w.r Thuisday, respectfully, June 8, 9 and
op k 10or pimpli aw, go"t .10 Y, r
(llsB ata ete B. B. I 0t kill 190 1" No eed is th to cal the
hM makes t bd ur d ri. co. ttUenton of.this division to the patriotic
Ow *etfre body intoas mernuus and hos table character of

zIsand know that noth will be
*nd shopelin ,, pe ,. *n li. a. s ctiei ns of Memohis for we lv
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (H. B. R.) in pts. r p o a o p
ant and Msae to take; aomposed of pure Botne Ion thei pat to mk* our reeput
in'rldint* It p rfles and enrithes the blod. glorious and happy.
dRi RIIT II P LAIRGE BOTrLE. with ., Egah cam in od standing is
dir Uetions r hoe mrs. .--.
s old in Th.-.. .r. Ib entitled to one de. to for every twen-
HARDEIE. IMIITH o. ty members and one additional for a
Drn stus. c a or writ,. fraction of ten number, also for th*
same number of alternates. As only
NINUTES OF THE OARD camps in good standing can have re-r.
.---_ elaTtsEton all camps who have not don
is ......so are urgently requested toremittheir
Of Pm bc lastri tle of Leoa Coaty duoe at once so that our division may
Florida, at the bRlllar eottag be fully represented and thus maintain
of Narch 9, 199, at Talslahas its round record.
se II.. Transportation is at the rate of
M5. Flao a. I cent per mile plus 26 cents for the
TALLAIIASKE, FLA., March 9, 1!99. round trip. Local agents will furnish
the rate from their respective stations.
The Board of Public Instruction of Tickets will be good to leave Memphis
Leon county convened today in regular returning not later than June 14 inclu-
session in the office of the County Su- sive. By deposit of return portion of
pernenden, wh he full Board pre tickets and payment of 50 cents fee,
perintendent, with the full Board prsJune 9 to 14, inclusive, receipt for
ent, consisting of Messrs. John H. Pat-. which will be given, on surfender of
person, chairman, I) t. Cox and Daw- same, tickets will be issuedgood to leave
son Boatwright. on next train not later than midnight of
The minutes of the previous meeting ul IDivio. hequart will be
were read and approved. I announced later. Veo teras will besiring
A communication was read from the announceds lati r.Veterans dcearingn
State Superintendent asking that adel- information a.s to hotel accommodations
egatlon, consisting of the County should be addressed to W. A. Barks.
perintendent a School Board member tion chairmanttee hotel and accommodiis-
and a High school Principal, be sent by Ion tcommidettsiring horsefor the dpavi-
Leon county to the State Convention of w lost dirinhorseto F. W. for the parade
CountySuperintendents and other School I wll kap to W. Faxon vice chair
Officers, to meet at Lake City, Florid an,I ade n avenue, empthois.
on March 16lth to 1lth, 1909 Veterans deurir.g to accept the ho.-
This r t wt agreed to by the vitality of the committee will pleasead-
Board. esrs. E B .Epp. Saperin- ,dre W. R. Barkadale, chairman, in
tendent, J H. Patterson, chairman, and lprix n T quarters and
L. : Barer. Principal, of Leon Iig, h meals will be furnished, but Veterans
School, were appointed to serve on thing must bring one blanket at least.
deleationre according V. The major general commanding
The report of the re urer was ex- takes pleasure in announcing the sp-
amined and found to be correct, as tol- poinS aLt of Miss Lalla Virginia Jor-
lows: dan, of Jacksonville, sponsor, and Miss
w .. Eleanor Hall Cassidy, also of Jackson-
The balance on hand February ville, as maid of honor. These young
lat, 1909, was.. $3,923 73 ladies are granddaughters of gallant
The receipts for the General School Confederate soldiers and as such will
Fund were: be honored and respected as the official
From taxes on roll of 1907 $ 321 29 representatives of this division with
Prom poll taxes of 1907.. 46 00 that courteous attention so character.
From poll taxes of 1908. 274 0) istbe of the Confederate soldier.
From Interest on Common VI. The Atlantic Coast Line and
School Fund 1,361 88 Southern Railway are the two roads by
From borrowed money 1,400 00 which the veterans going via Jackson.
.--. ville can reach Memphis. It will give
Total receipts for General these headquarters pleasure to arrange
School Fund .--. --..... -$4.328 69 transportation by either of these two
Hie had paid warrants from this routes our comrades may select upon
fund amounting to ... 3,091 42 request.
--.. vll. Commanders of camps will read
Loving a balance on hand in the ordtr to their camp and they and
General Fund of ......_1,237 27 membwrsaof the staff are requested to
The receipts for the Sub-District have them published in the papers of
Fund were as follows: their vicinity.
From taxes on roll of 1909 $ 126 13 By command of
The balance on hand February MAJo GaN. ROBT. J. MAGILL.,
1st, was. 2,862 71 Commanding.


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Total amount in Sub-District
Fund during February-...... 2,978 84
He had paid warrants dur n
February aon this fund
amountagto-------....... ----. 1,02000
Leaving a balance on hand in
Sub-Distrit Fund of .11,968 84
The balance on hand in Special
und waas ........ ..... 14600
MA=g a tet alalee on hand
t al ftmd embled of 8,341 61
Wrrreant were drawn In payment of
the various aeeoont audited and ap-
oed, mounting to, as per the fol.
Athe was not enouh ecah ia the
treasury to pay all of the warra
t iDeard borrowed two thousand doe
lafor the posee.
The Board the adjouarsed until the
next regular meeting day.
Approved Ayril 19th 9.im.
JomN H. PATTsaoN,
Chairman.
EDWARD B. Erras, Secretary.
Forced late mIue.
Wi. Upohrek. of Glea Oak, Okla.,
was am exile from hema. Mountain air,
he thought, would ewe a frightful lung-
neking cough that had deed alt rome.
dies for two years. After ex moths.
e returned, death ggg his st
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Dteevory he writes, "and a tale .
lag lm I oam as well as ever."
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