Group Title: weekly true Democrat.
Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: May 28, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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i@semda that paper th
Interesting politics

many many months y
will indule in another
it already fast be
t who's going to be who
candidates are concerned
is nearly two-third
Lz already the crop of can
Sf Mxt primary is begin
MkAt y rate its got t
1 Htical hghrpows can poin
l. t, and perhaps bored
t the ambitious ones.
I, the senatorial race head
hMIted States Senator Jame
6no off the pay roll whei
comes around-so fa
term is concerned. Then
limber of the legislature
s to re, and yet a close
St bow the members regard
candidates gives a ver]
bI how things will stand. An<
If you know the legisla
know who are going ti
I the btr eoatest.
aItOr Tahaferro will stand fo
U esrtal., though he basn"'
And that former Gov
will beo ninth,
tly ascertain. Gov
Sbegovernor and
S and he won't at any fu
$w he has no suh ambition
his entire time now to en-
Jmake the State a rattling

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that 'Uncle Steve'
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A Lbt lTOtto Wads Shew The *Il l"*** NdeT S t P98r"ts er p ,
ta ot Srt o Advsaude. Is iaid. C a a tareenm rm cai. F.
cOnty emmeioMr Croump and Mr. 0 Met W Cf wiMta and The Department of Muse at the Flor-
C. 8trickladwholivoInthe esterand mImeemeNt. ida State College for Womnm has made .-
t western portion of the county respect- (. mmucte .) steady progress during the past acad* TWO A* SCl--
Ively, under different sl and ag -, ci Th an e of co e- ic year under the supervision of Miss kg i
tiral eoaditons, were in The True Dem- A-o-at- s of mankind have ever Martha May Cline, Director of Music
el t oide Saturday and began to laud developed two phases of settlement- at that institution. The names of a fat $ l d
* tln of the county. eer of respective -mhparacter and purpose large percentage of the student body Trinity Methodist
il "Well, I am one of the independent distinguish the two conditions. are enrolled in this department, and a crowded both mW0a1u as-
farmers. My cultivated crops are in Neither are possible without exercise number of the young ladies figured in Sunday at the pai f
good shape and I have been of industrial usefulness the delightful piano recitals given at vices of the eom
Swmaeking vmy lip for the past few Either may successfully pnIgres so the College Saturday afternoon and of Florida State CoUgq.Jf'
r weeks over the moot delicious honey long as moral and physical conditions e eng T bcaur
- imaginable, and all secured from the of a healthful condition uar maintained. evening. The becalaurte is
* forest without any attention to the bees An entertaining- direction of thought The selections appearing on the pro- Rev. Claude W. DukeD.
except gathering tneir stuoes,." baid is observation of the advvanrtnTes at- ranm for these recitals were all happily Baptist Church, iou
Mr. Strickland. tending development of f,'-cites and chosen from the masters of the music al sleha ct:" sd e. I ,
. "But this does not begin to compare desirable results, under the two condi- art, and were rendered in a way that Alphabet.' and l
" with the honey product which I have tions reflected grt.t credit upon both teacher Young Women's
o also been rnjoynLi," replied the genial Liberty.and freedom of i-,rsonal ac- and pupil.of the College was a
t Commiuioner "My cn e gathered tion-universally prisei attributes of The program was as follows : iet Church, Live Oak
1, theirproduct from corn ' si lov- mankind- -seen more gen.-rally attains-
er and cultivated crops ; of course it is ble around rural surrounding-. where Sonatins in C, No. I (allegro. andante, Seldom has it beeSf th
superior." individual effort of each factor is more vivace; accompaniment on second privilege of onr
S "Well, my section not only prominent tly depicted. piano), ,'lementi Miss Lillian Bruton two such addresses oe
n flows with the honey, but we have Commerce, mercantileism, integra- Sonatina in G, No. 2 allegrettoe, an- day. Clear, Sho
r an abundance of pure milk, and my tors of wealth and political power, are dante, vivace; accompaniment on endowed with
e cows get it from the green and succu- more identified with moral relations in second piano), Clementl ...... called personal
B lent food of the forests., rephed Mir. cities and towns. a............i Miss Gladys Clark iautshed peaketrs
" Strickland. While greatly promoting financial de i Sonatini, o ..67, N. 1 (allegro, andante, interested attention
d "Arain I am ahead of you," was velopments, and prosperities (f a fa- I rnda),E. 1. Wagner-... in a way vouched-std
I' Mr. Crump's reply. "My f.a Jer~eys vored few, the Iitter intlinnces do not ..Master Dell Hartt rank highest among tng
d graze on the cultivated grasses particu- anpear materially to benefit the greater Sonatina in C, No. 3 (spirituoso, un ere of the day.
- larly adapted to rich milk and butter number. poco adagio, allegro; accompaniment At both these
production, and these two commodities Where natural conditions admit of a on second piano), Clementi ...... programs, rondeed
of the hurtling farmer cannot be ex- mere general dispersal of enterprise. ..Miss Maud Creekmore from the musical
r called anywhere on the continent." involving productive with manufactor. Sonatina in G, No. 5 (presto, allegro College, were
t 'Well, how about the meat proposi- ing or even under systematic manipula- moderato. condo; accompaniment on programs were a
tion." was Mr. Strickland'# next move. tion of products, Into exchangable or second piano), Clementi... ..... 11 O'CLOCK A, K
S'I know you can't beat me on this. commercial preparations, such, for in- .-MISSp Cor. B d.son Voluntary Andante
Myself and sons went into the woods stance, as the growing of agricultural Sonatin in G op. 65, No. 2 (allegretto. ir HH
d a few days ago and killed a fine hog and horticultural product., and their cantabile, allegro), KO ula.......... Dox-otey.
netting over three hundred pounds, local conversion into commercial condi-- ...... .... Lula DeKeith Invotiton
which had grown and fattened in the tions, much more general happiness and Sonanlna in G, No. 2 (second and thirdCor -"o!
woods, costing me not a cent. I can do contentment is obervable. movement; adaio, molt vivace) ....................
this every week in the year if I care It is in just such connection, that the Haydn... -.. ... Miss E-ie Long Vte Clase-fhpral
to." whole grt State of Florida presents Rodo, op. 1, No. I. Beethven.......
"Why. it would pay you for making exceptional attractions. S riptre aa -- Magaret Bradord .
the tripjust to come over my way and There is ecareely a hcality within her Gip'y, rondo, Haydn......... ----- Pra
s. the nfe Berkshires of myself and bordws, so far removed from ace sibleo i --------- l N Blanche tist Hyl. ly,
my mlhbors They run in our pas- points of rail or water comaunaleton Sottina inG, No. 4 (allegro conspirMto i- ..... -.,,
Stares and Hke the cows keep fat on Ber- with consuming markets to be at all llegretto spirituomo; ac.ompanlsmt .t1un1i" a
muds. And when we go to ki!l them isolated on second piano), Clementi....-- ---
Swe harden the meat up with a little There exists here a greater number of -----... ---------- M -- iss y Pickett .
corn, and it is fit for kings." profitable enterprises available for Sonata in F, No. (alro, alletto ), p.m i
I know I can down you on the Ash more continued ime. at minimum cost, un t....... Bise RIe a I t
t-. in r,No.3(O 81,.- hee,
and game proposition,' finally argued uneor more delightful climatic and so- nata io F, No. l .O -, modrat, M .
Mr. 8trickkan. The river and creeks cial conditions than can be fouid else- laretto, presto), Hayn. -.... ......
around me abound in the finny trip, and where on the North American conti. .........ims M- Urfito Brieto t
I can go out and return with a supply eaet. Opportunities for successful ad. Sonata ns C, No. 9 (mandant o expmre* a
whenever I desire. A'td in euson ae vanemIent seem a well assured as any *a e, st), H ............ 8 'CL .
garoe actually comes up to my doors, where in the world. .......- s..Mi tte May Willilt 8 o C *o m.
apparently anxious to be taken. la her 1200 sil of sea-board, tem- Sonata in B fast, No. 8 (allgro, andante, Prelod e.
S"Oh, your fish are all cats," retorted ing with valuable catch of Ash and oys- rondo), Mosartn................. Sol*-"Lea Kidly L .
Crump, "you should have gone with ters. In her broad areas of timber and ------------ s Hlite Gre rry ........................
me to beautiful lamonia lake yester. exhaustless mines of mineral fertilizers, Sonata in D, No. 7 (allegro oenbrio, Mi. Srar Y.C",
day, and assisted me to uill in the tine so diversified productive of choice largo e sostenuto, prsto), Haydn.... Hymn-"Bleat Be the Tto Ie
red breasted bream. On. they were fruits and floral commodities, compara- Miss 1 u hv --- ------.***---.-.----*-
beauties, and what a feast, when well tively nqp-fluctuating in values, and Sonata in F, No. 7 (second and third Seripture Readlag.
browned and served by the best cook in withall comparable salubrousness and movements; adagio. slegro seli), Prayer.
SFlorida." sanitation. Florda certainly presents Mosart......--... --Nanni Re Hymn-Abide With Me ....
t.ither of these gentlemen exagger- more seductive attractions orhome Sonata in A flat, No. 16 (allegro, mod Sermon......................
ated the conditions and advantages of making than any region we wot of. rato. adagio, prto), Haydn....... R. V. AtklasonD. D., Live
their respective sections of the grand / PLORIDIAN. .. Ms Ruth Reynolds Trio- ICom Ust i ..
old county of Leon. Certainly no other _/ ----- Fantasie in C. Haydn.. ................ Miss Sara Y. Cle M. d4
action of the country can te found to s -aNd Slate L-W. ...... Miss Cebelle Warren Hetwoie.
equal it. ay 19.-There met at the Basin, on W
I Tuesday. the 11th, inst., a ve pleasant l N ot *m.
-, i....a .n.( stand and family, Mrs W. an. of Apl, to take rfrT our r 9 4. Wd o.
myo gc that m ofsthent man ub asan ad Robert d midst our btovod friend and orkier, ---
common thatald address Mises Alice Hunter. Fransee sa Bee. Miss Ella Maddox, a devoted member A Seomte a pher d A
$'n r .. smy idrsal e Van Brunt and Lucy Fields, Mr. O. of the M. E. Church, South, smilous I Chem Nst 1et T' 11maj01l
Speaker Farr of the house and C. VanBrunt, of Tallaisasse, Mrs. W. all branebes of church work, a woman
Repreentativ.e Hilbuhr ofPutm, are Robertson and family, with guests of high christian character, therefore
Sall probability the men who will be Mrs. Amos and r George Gwyn, of be it- When the Se went Int
in the r -e when the show down .me. TallaM-useMesss.. Els. -- oeCrm ,Resolved, That we, the members of ht last week$ spe"latias
Sole sus"Jems AleSSndero" f d hde ickey, and Mr. J. C Tne. the missionary moiety of Lloyd. As t toM...
Vo- a ans C-,. o bad a m and plety of fsh. our heartfelt sorrow at the les of her 0w to the a o mamm
Voea, ad Calkins, of Nassmu. of Theivate school taught by Mrs.o ur highest apprelatio of and m y wer the gua ee
v, t.....m,-.-he.-ae--e.. P .. tr. m
t oI" saouslae t- d Troior Mr. T. P. Stricklad, eame Eranl doing good on earth and our thelubjet. Thebe, however. I
will lb s not in aits t a close lest Saturday, and Mrs. Trice sympathywithhose ner andrar to of the mark, e was proven by
luihrm led t he sub rel turned to her homeat D wood.o o heo do alwe e nobl life earprie howa when then
fo thMMule n ,,t-.- Mr. 0. T. Brown, Sr., an daughter, 2nd-Tht a copy oftha resolutions wo prs--t
.~ti He and Farri -'- amothe M Maggie, went to 1momailie last t bepread upon the minutes of our It has transpired that a ltes
m.e2'ul.. ofth'e h,. Betee Wedasay, on mbuine s. ckety, and copies be furnished The Truee cete written to th head eta
he ES will have ousef-. Be Mr. Avwitt.. gang of rad hands Democrat and te Methodist Christan e.Mls.hmet S Bt.LKaI,
"te ... sill stro. a.trou struck m- and moved to Dr. Anders' Advocate. Mrs. T. B. Taylor, one of theseMnatoe eno pher
ft e ats and a t se ton, he saeand Piitehed camp last Saturay. Mrs. R. B. LAifttD. H. Bridges, Assistaatete (
hbetgroupwn thn reared all th rads around la- Mrs. J. J. Wile,* I. wi ch certain offes ws
22utlsf distct i Thefoow nee m ans and the road going north from. Com- -u. which weld be to the *assiaJ
awls will win In Duival wkh H illbunS te-d a. h y dr the Gwio a*nd' Mcl of t ot owm.eyy. but w eri Mi
dowtt iL t ,Coat. Iwll give. Cla med and scraped ee road at those The Me'thodist Sunday Schol will mitted to the Jaeksonvill rep
hdwUeh toe where the.. .veral kinds of r,.. picnic at Lanark on the Gulf. Friday. tive of the St. Louis Arm. whe
UDSON P GOV OK. pairs were needed, and have helped the June 11th Ths in one of the moat dei. sent it to one of the member
*rUDION POs OOVKXOn traveling wonderfully, for ilihtful pieces in F:*rlda. Fine beach senate. by which body It wa a
I'resdentof the Senate Fred M. Hud. whieh we give thanks. andi splendd water. Tickets will be on n. At*e* was dismiM sdMl Q
m steads the best show at the presnt Mr. A. R. Sessions and Mrs. Blount nile for 25 oents, 50 cnts nd $1.00. Giehnst was recommended to
Oteof ay one as the next oceupantof Strickland went to Tallahasse last It will d.,ubletss be a great day with the rsa o or Bridge.
the bw.arial chair. He hasn't said Stmary, agd returned home on Sun- the Sunday ScHool people. .Mr. hi s livd M TI
aMtbl k eeMt ruinng. bt his fri~ealds day. Mrs. artha Jones, who was vis. "." ^^^ii^i for a number of ye ars h
hoe. It's over two years away before Itig r daughter. Mrs esmione, re- Grg md Foida lalWa friends here wo are bIapi
te eeomes, for it won't be inthq turned tohrhone. in Tallahasae at New shrt fast twice-dailv spaie r and dstresed to learrnf thi
3 primsleses the ptMresent ceumbnrt the as timer. line. all Wetern Fiorida and ulf port., tMe tadef.s who ihas he
has s Ir-ye r temure on the job. Os asesmat of the protracted do we. via Seaboard Air Line Railway, and led s r play lfe.
Nuls i s troag down en the Eat r the farmers are getting tiher cre, Madme to Maon,. Atlanta, all-'Ats A Jrh---.
IOMss. His fair and impartial work ia As. eemdlitee Hut water i ano. beyond, Eset., North. via 4te. ap Iahw

*a meber of the leglatere and as he jesot. Na*rs- of families have to maul hurst and southern aIlway. to b"so tntew to a ad eftIf t
1g e*a f the ems hasW w"s W4ter far ekig, Ac. eenneetiooe at MadMoM., quikest tiof, a it e ril
h Gtrieods a West eat. Mr. Mawe, rroi over the river,. excellent read. ew coaes, Pualm an
imab Scewd man and hes sa w tM r. T, P. Striekand's jester. slepers on eight trains, all e1nctutg fboA
seh deekfr all etammdb"e a__allmmAAA_
yr T-- .. TP. M land. Jr ,and ruith. Thru h tiekt a sold, bagg4e
hl" AW e, wet sTaashe Os a or as all ."
we NNWo i aln y 4.4w Twnfes Mosmee.Denea&s.
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Amtari m in 1 tie siM bne Im s ao a wn~
aaWMe boew r t LaStiy pseh eabl e abo sa @SLe b ath. When he bei-
a 01fye atP a star t is .nie to eftum me ms ht wae ta bey a few ZateSS&
lei 411'"wio ead ps lmid ea opre gdn t pnomi The sprso otw o S. Wh thet o 0Ih L i ew he "
.-. p ,dtodiaeovrw that wars w ulelg. Cairo, Ga., j-t mrth ft a, hts grwm has psri Tpm e inis ta.s ussb e me5g.1je
rshselstely mCsqr The fact wemd be tsaien tfr it. sygrp predoetiesa. A ad rstaississh* mufimge whlib hays pe* sa@ n age
( 41t1a1 -sa ,.wly thatte y waoe wearn ot depe.dea on these. For dsum b.isul hAt hei i law, bbar s ftg M
silltem. s m...=oso.. setting si they oat of orland s attale at s trMaperseetimpf mre amp pli tihe e U ns e TOe. H ehM bt l tael l
.... tmhe ity d= giving nothing in amr. bers aos the rich lands d the agreed "t to appnlat called miin to l um b h i #
I --ao s easlt t M ew The are upon the active, Wet; and both short and l0 0 staple off aegalet the wis s te od whMtes. Mi Ble. b imla
A. ; r.edo nes I to bear the mircottona nprofltablY grown. Those are I g most places tis attitude hse bees setCais; kb
ready hai, a of getting nS w enter some of the possibilities in ag icultre. aeepted merely as a m iafetatitsm 1
Sprim- industries. We might still further extend the list. good-will, but Florida's warm, sb- they hemM i
If the caty is to be kept ahead. In ia Industrial wpy, for Tallahas- tropli blood has become feverieb M lthonr gh
11111110n11101 I it it IWsateprevented from stab k
S p S11taN, every man of influence and property, *rate scores of factories which could be is likely to cause trouble. One breach the emple est M t of
d.. wtw- **n sad every one who earns his living here securedif there was a systematic effort of the lgislatur has passed and ao- eommld by the State
s om'i should be ready alt willing to lend a made to let the town's advantages be other now has under consideration anmit Board, when
gktl"6Whelping hand in some movement for in- known
.Itr d, i Me cr in thE city's growtes in with known amendment to the State constitution em abtoh*, Ad aIdi la-s,
I wus. ,.w. and population. t is only by stand This will never be accomplished un- declaring that as the fourteenth adn green to the high esteem is
esmeS o toether- andJ shoulder to shoulder, a1d less our own people make a greater ef- fifteenth amendments to the National held by the ppl of FoM&e
th wd by wr earnestityand harmoniously fort than they are now doing to pro- Constitution were illegally adopted they Park Tramanel for
together that something of real value
can be accomplished in the direction of mote their own interests. are null and void, and that on and after gvveraor is In the air. Md we
Sol, 19,- the city's uplbuildinv. There are rail- An active, public spirited, zealous or- a date not yet fixed only white persons that the eentimeat will grw
roads being built all around us; there ganization could accomplish wonders in shall have the right to vote in that hands him into the chair at the
are enterprises and industries looking the rejuvenation of old Tallahassee. commonwealth. endf theaespitol bulldiag.--Pt
et g dependent says for locations; there aritourist hotels, But it takes work, Mr. Citizen. The This proposition will shock many peo. ty Record.
ai should have the barber looking ,,r w'ay. i,.t each and every- True Democrat would like to join you pie, but it will cauasegreaterconsterna- This quite a atteriM tribAe t
honec. ne us, regardless of where wt- and five hundred other good Tallahas- tion at the White House than anywhere home county paper, where Ma .
.-. are at, talk, for the future seeans in promoting its wltare. else. Of all things that the amiable and mell is so intimately know sa
th PrMident Taft can and nevir l,ked brighter Iit' have unity e Of th tt the amiable and mell o inti tely kn n hl
work within a day than of action and concentrate our practical, W ADpIRIE IS INDEPENDENCE. leisurely Mr. Taft would avoid at the ly esteemed." &
withi a week. ideas and a-Ltrns in ;all matters pertain- opening of the golf season we may be Ifhe should doede to boe1,oea
S ing to thle rateril prmpe'rity of our Senator Georre W. Dayton spent Sat- sure that formal nullification of the war didate there is no quetion bt i
Pdltnto that the Ger- tn We. need an etIv,, bIMard ofu urday here and was warmly greeted bys t t anu ati of the wr dd att o to at
p eating that the Gover- trade; a banincans me.n'i l..g'iue .:n hin many warm lie was called amendments stands at the lead of the would cauae trouble in the
faWed to call an extra sts- weave W.t to Tampa in the U. S. Court, where he list. If the negro is to be dropped let others who are looking in t dit
Leglsture.1 Thi5 in an g(rl a location as there appeared as attorn.-y in an important it be done quietly. Cannot the Demo- tion.
in the South for the manufacture of case, after which he left Saturday night crat of the South accept an invitation
mre week ot the legisla- candy and crackers, and sn ideal loca- for Tallahamee to bIi present at the cr of the South accept an inA W rIit.
will be sorry to see tion for the manufacture of wo.,den opening ot the senati- Monday Senator to the Republican mansion without A Vvln "j
bu Wish you could visit buckets, baskets and other articles of Dayton is making a fin. record, and the: breaking the mirrors? Are they such Parties desiring to buy .me..u.
Sy coul this nature. We have all the raw m- entire 9th senatorial ,hltrict is justly! tyros in political finesse as not to know work of the Capital Stone
r -ly,* terial near by in quantities unlimited. proud of his record. DUd, City Star, that laws ignored are as harmless as warned that unscrupulous p
ne a^r energy the woud It is also a ood location for the. m.-nu- After an event in the senate last laws reealed- other point are claiming to
tattr of Tallahase would fsture of furniture, syrup barrvlq nd weekThe True Democrt has a more w pealed-New us, butouronly aerts int thi S
g 0 mary energy the pope- such, especially is it for urnituro, for t ou rn in
te town would ber doubled there h no imit to the raw murial exaltedd opinion of the ability and inde-. Representative Wall, the author of named below.
6@e town wouk be doubled Lhere is no imit to the raw materialA. S. White, QuinI, M.
that can be used for thii purpose. A pendent spirit of Mr. Dayton than ever. the bill to reimburse the individual who W. H. u chsn. Talh FPla.
14111.1% fertilizer plant would be a paying invest- lie considered himself censured because might lose his money or goods by theft, T. E. S mson, Tallahaee, Fla,
certainly should not ment as well as a cotton mil. he us.d a railroad pass, and arising to a complains that the newspapers have E. F. Samaun, Talashese, PIs .
In the name of prootrity, in the
It has appropriated moley name of increased population, in the question of personal privilege, practi. done him a great injustice in their comrn- All others e Jlamiag to
grenade aroundtheGoverp- name of a rreaterTallahassee, let us cally said; "Iam a railroad attorney, montG, because they have misunder- of same.
wa respectable condition. wake up to our possibilities. Let every and accept railroad transportation be. stood his bill. The bill provides first, Yours truly,
allatnc eo h man, woman and child, at home and cause it is my privilege under the law. that all the expense of trial and convic- Ta CAPITAL STOWs
n polts, r all at onee ton and p nl mat- For my conduct I am responsible solely tion shall be retained by the State, and Talahabss
frm for City Attorney Barnr tera, If we ind it necessary, but when to my constituents; they elected me that the subsequent hire of the convict Mrs. Miles H. Nash, of New
SeMy were fa1111g over esh th gon is sounded and a waring haa knowing me to be a railroad attorney shall then be paid to the loser. Mr. City, who has ben wa tl
bInuM tib a couple of weeks been t ven that there is something in and holding a pass, that being an issue Wall, the author of the bill, contends with Mr. and M r. Gr
atomf or Tallahassee, let us all, with
accord, forget tour bles and put against me. I consider that I am an that the State has no financial right in left T da y fto
b- our shoulders to the wheel and ush. official of the road and entitled to its a conviction for emnbelement or theft bfm sig16J
S et~ L pg a sITlour n.Privileges,' andpsPt leiatUve aset.- byods its expenditure for the trial,bef ml
Wuf afrm Atlats mentz do ot apply to my ease. a I pro-nd that when it exacts more it Mr.C. J. W
owft is. t Dr~The editor of The True Dmoerat is pos to use this transportation as long 0 h" done so to the hurt of one of its v to b a i S

esh me to do se, and

dlbTImes-Unlon eaued
I aperlty meition Wednee.-
fromi the bousaeas it eo-*
i llSded a prosperity i-
IFteWd will be beefited in
p usntmtlem of the materi-
Sto State.
OMer have mother eireus?
shrm, with rea Iepthat,
NIjdi It -Ism s a .
N em. -Tampa Tribune.

bt e et b e the- animals
aimd- o- f temd

= o seim mIte das-

SdM hat t4 wItN be Is.
W um 9 get t eromgbhwo

Sibes "s.mb
do h oeam owl ho
*M a gwr BSfya
to *i5 t aw.l
;s aetot thsu h mie

ben"sMe"em M4 .t

s hw !6wIip iW

sM r~an n ow.
-- a- isU-*B
C^_^ ^ ^^-^

particularly pleased with the aove
eommunlation, because It as in line
with his policy, and strengthens the ar-
gumat that he has attempted to make
In almost very issue of his paper mlace
locating in Tallahassee. There can be
no such thing as town inertia. It most
move In one of two directions. If not
toward prosperity, then It is certainly
going down the line of adversity. We
cannot truthfully mey that Tallahassee
is tending In the latter direction, but it
Is dangerously sear it. There are a
few evidenees of growth, but for
every dollar being lavested in town
building, there shoudM be a hundred.
and eeh would be the case If our peo-
ple were aroused to a proper
appreciation of their own Intereets.
Southern Fkrids, which cannot begin
to eampare with this aeUhon in natural
admantages, is a veitable bee hive of
tadatry. The people down there have
saght Om to the prgrssive airit; a
ettMag up their waste lands with a de.
oIhb"- *olM of gites. and arean timnt
latiin In t the own for the employ.
meatf t a ddtill labor.
'1e lends of Leom eeu-ty are a.n
euld itN p roheMA en s, pt I

al-m psM dalhe pm lti
wbe s bA ts estry. Th e fac t

aim OMque a d sppul a sle of
dth slow im s Sea Iftro ptly

pM sd W It, r thsmin st ae w

wef. T es ras m e heatlfMe M
n pees Iene s t em lm s
68 ato s i ue am s
ams gms eb ye b lme es
Wit e pm AMh Able s* every

as I am attorney for the road."
There are some legislators, but for-
tunately they are becoming fewer in
number eech year, who think it their
bounden duty to oppose evIrything in
which the railroad fgureu. The rail-
roads are the heaviest tax-payers in
any progressive State, and from every
sense of justice and right are entitled
to representation in proportion to their
asseased taxation. Every interest
should have its own right of repremen-
tation. and the man who would deny it
is unfair and unjust.
The country is incalculably indebted
to bold, independent, progressive, pub-
lic spirited men like Senastor Dayton.
The penny--or two eent-postage be-
tween Englad sand America, is a new
idea, and at the ome tame a very old
thing. It is over two hundred years old.
It existed In B10 In thoe days ship.
meteon crossing the Atlantis ether
way wore very glad to carry letters mla
mesages. A week or two hbefoe the
shi ailed, they would ihn up bap
in esgeebossom, au all le i oe opped
to thee bags were eMarrod over
and falthiflydelNve at the rate f a
peMy, or two eosts a ples.
It is rep dtabht dals L'bkgl
will lO to OGeera mn diift aemoMsi

"Q ---lob-
sk~dot bey.w P4
u Penn" st do Dsms b ob**e es

sl = roeha raw owwa &us*.
*"gab emasm

emuena. The genaieman nods argu-
meat for his bll in the Mosaie law.
The editor of the Record spent several
days last week in Tallahassee. It wua
his first trip sines the sitting of the
present legislature. Having heard much
pro and eon concerning the make up of
both house and senate, we naturally
made it our duty to size up both bodies
from our way ot looking at thins, and
we must say that, taking the legitla-
ture as a whole, it compare most fa-
vorably with any it has been our pleas-
ire to see n session; in fact, we bellwve
the members will test out above par.
At one you are impressed with the
honesty of purpose of a majority of the
members of both branches. They sem
to want to do the right thing, and it i
our honest opinion that befem tme e lo
ig hours much needed legislation will
have ben passed on the Interet of the
people.-Manate Record.

You should notl del y
Bladder U ti bls. you
saoMthtf pr-l tde
rel nab eIs ke
Bey Btad Bladr p ft
equaled for weak M. b h
flmastiow of th bm
Pala, e t Whe ales
ani d BtoddJer 1 t0
get them They are
cept no sbtitute" .ust
the riht k lML S by

In view of the faet at
Southlaid anwder 0
the political view sf
seasare w efl;a Il
that It s the aim *ft
over this government
CathoeltM skunkat la.0
nos, eawy L te
The tree Catheos
knwrtoaf At
eatemklid h wlulk iu(am&^ -^^^

Hoe. W. R Hardes, who repwreseab or ty that day.
St Lode eouty In tlhe LAgtslaure, I.
se ditusted with legiltive Pway. i
b wrk toe hbome paper, the lt Aed
La Treiens, as S *w: ON Ef
"I hve st by the hbe whlew p
mmml ut" b between ON men 8 m bw
rmsCerk and.V.J. Bry"sha ve els m

be.o plyt the gvmil-A! aWOWgot
thmm-lves -alked ebeW It we s"mM
havs elmisald a very al

0 s we seM have bm qo awn-
ma t@iee eh ar m seate bea t -
ha ir hms vigp iam uprdim wamLe
Pogue*asor nda I&eSl-d




T~)T 2IA


-i collapses of
I to M up traveling al-
Motored oostimuafly
ao relief. Dr. Mles'
came to my rescue-I
describe the suffering
this Nervine saved me.
eM=velrI am particular
Nwow a few does relieve me.
_G C LIBBY, Wells, Me.
are many nervous
There is nervous pros-
of the stomach, of the
and other organs. TLhe
tke kidneys, the liver, the
centers are all exhausted.
is but one thing to do-
Id up the nervous system by
use of Dr. Miles' Restora-
tive Nervine. Its strength-
influence upon the nerv-
Oes system restores normal
L action to the organs, and when
r they all work in harmony, health
'is assured. Get a bottle from
your druggist. Take it all ac-
'cording to directions, and if it
I does not benefit he will return
I, r money.

^ nasmr chnv saursucms.
mftdshlmes lama""i us "the lu
Sen **by JIeSa Malse..
On Saturday, May 22d, 1909, Judge
Imposed the following sen-
Lewis Horn, unlawfully selling liq.
goM, trial on drat indictment, $600.00
aid coasts of prosecution, or, in default
m aynMt. months in county jail.
SLawis Horne, trial on second indict-
:,met for like offence, $500.00 and costs,
r months in jail, to begin at end of
riots term of sentence.
'Will Lawis, entering and breaking,
1111101prison1 ,1 and costa.
I l u, unlawfully selling liq-
.0 or 30 days in jail.
Nelson, larceny, State prison
1 yeaar d costs.
Goodman, aggravated al.1ult,
$MO.O0 and costs or 8 months in jail.
Lewris Freeland, breaking and enter-
State prison 2 years and costs.
SKilpatrick, bigamy, six
Goodman, unlawfully selling
.00 and costs, or 3 morn

SWilliam Thompson, unlawfully sell-
quors, $600.00 and costs, or 8
in jail.
SLee Bates, unlawfully selling liquors,
'.O OO and costs, or 3 months in jail.
. Joe Green, unlawfully selling Iamonr
*l000 and coets, or 8 months in Jail.
K % x. Johnson, unlawfully disposing
of mortgaged property, $50.00 and costs,
Sor two months in jaiL
L. J. Noston, obtaining money under
false pretense. State prison six months
Pink Bryant, unlawfully selling liq-
*1. e sentence suspended until next term
Wf-eourt, defendant to go home with-
Set ball.
Monthly Financial Statement
Of County Board of Public Instruction.
STAAT or FiaIoDA. CouwNT or LLaoo.
Tallahwm Fla.,. April 1. lo9.
go re. Bear T. VOheL Clark Circuit Court:
[i--a Mpile with seeti S ehater 41W.
aItWmied Saeal sWatemmeunt of all school
3m mw. ,appra"tmas mis ow lwar.
na Id Wor thMath "d11w th, 3lt &Y at
acarrILA"Do Or OUNT rVuoD.
L U2ms min b per h.t s"t
a-M~*t........ ... ...... tt.l41.8l

S .. ........ ........ ...... .75
~. i_ t ofts f a~p64.w0
r ............--....... *1,147.5
a WMtt d4mwn tkhi
010111h- W ibsisai hu... 8 15.3
s Ow a talmMb Wm.a.r thisM
e -................... 1.. 3.3
J. H. PATTrmaUW. ch. .i&.
L J iL NPIM, s1 .rWY.


,w~* FT .

Orw Cypress Tanks
a s ua- a SI r
E.reih ise ia Material ad Worknmamhip
wese man& to a eo desWbeN IIn or eal

Farnishlag Lumber In all Grades at Low


Apalachicola, Fla.

See My Ln of

SWatches Before

You Buy,

T is not by chance
that the HOWARD
watch is the one truly
fine watch made in
The HOWARD is the reasoned
combination of the finest materiel
and workmanship ever put into an
American watch.
Every HOWARD is adjusted i1
its case, cnd price-tickecdi at i
factory-$35.00oo to $ T4
price is never -:.t.
We are di sr' fur t'. .-
*{ *;.* -. ,

00 @0

Hbward, Elgin, Walt-
ham, Hampdem, Illi-
nois and other cheap-
er grades in stock at
a ll times. Every
Watch Fully Guarnm-
teed. Drop in and
see. :: :: ::

I Always Take

PleasrIn Show-

ing Them.

es @0
of 00

*** *******^ .********* *** **** ^****


GinO. W. CMLD.



We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons

the very best service in all lines of building.

if you are contemplating any kind of building.

Call on us

We can

save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber. Mouldings., Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.

(SuWmeer to A. T. ROeiOM)


AIl Kinds of Fresh Meats

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
RInh p Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.

Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishlng
In Plorida.



Tally V&Yae&er 1e
Received, and Receiving: New Buggies wit
the finest Axle on the market.
And this the Secret of a Light mid Silent R -

Call and see the Sample Sndle
Variety of Wagons, several makes and uial,"
Panic Prices. .
Respectfully Sebet"d


Meat Market.
Third Stall from right of eatra s.)

New butchers with Clean Equipment, and with

Meats of all kinds in season, and given best of
Unusual neatness being a sud.




FLORIDA ORANGES-BAkm of special t
Orangea Growem. -".B
ties, Cultivation and PFeWliNstion v
da Crops.
IRISH POTATOES-Lafleat on "So0l, Seed.
Cultivating, Fertilsng, Digging Wad lahipp.a
FIELD CROPS-Speclal Booklet will be lasead t ll
mer. Send In)addresmesof all iatersted aA w e
mail them a coy as soon as it comes from tiM :i


JacbmW, FWerli

C. A..SCHOChIKUt Pre'.



Experienced and Reliable Drivers for all Teem
H..&Aane Te a Spoftby.


We IsM An i I St a sm
KIss Adele Gerard,

wo 1. awnSL


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tie baler. A durable
No brush required.

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,ol ph & Fenn.
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mufgs As IN

L roster wai
aMV, etMlceano

d ofatrawhate lai
*. 14
SO ditOrf the
gaturday to the
piIe- returned

iew a aistor


as ap Mr.and
o0t, Jaekmoville
ea guaet of
two( lfaakovilUe. is
S jaw M Diamoend
k Avee and Monroe

i. A. Griek left this
t M other potent,
aC olremain unUl

Lof Jabmonvllle. was
ik to temd thesom-
i datha College for


J T.Swat

and sl w, W
ue rim lathe

to attend the
LM -a the llorida

and War-

SMyline of Rw sad Mattu at cost
l- ft J. E.THus.
Cadet Clyde Kvans will arrive free
| Wat Point within a couple of week
to spend sixty days with his parent
* here. *
Mrs. S. B. Clark@, of Monticello, wai
* delightfully entertained as guest o
honor at a card party given Tuesday
a afternoon by MJi Clara LAwis.
Miss Mae Alford has left the city to
* Jm a party of friends at Nashville,who
will tour the great west in a special car,
going as far a the Pacific coast.
Dr. Armstrong in future will visi
Tallahassee every two months. Next
visit July 5th-the first Monday of the
Aboati. 14
At the home of Mrs. J. H. Reaves, a
S4 o'clock this afternoon, the Trinity
Brigade will bold a social and mite box
opatein. All friends are invited.
Frw Ret.-Two furniahlbed rooms,
with or without table board. Address
Miss a Ie Blake, 46 North Calhoun
Street. 11-tf.
Mr. MaWil representatives
fr Jos' ountyM ha baeea Jonod
i tTallahumsee by hi wife and soa for
the rmalade r of the legialativ session.
The beautiful ine of hand-painted
SCas carried by P. T. Nicholaon, the
Jeweler, is beesmini more poplar ev-
ory day. Come In, lot me show you. I9
b Rev. R. V. Atkinson, who made the
annual address unday night to the
Y l Women's Chris n oaton,
in Tallahassee the better part
of the week, a guet of Rev. I.8. Pat-
teron, pastor of Trinity Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Townend, of
Lake Butler, came to Tallahasaee this
week to be present at the graduation of
their daughter, Mi Ollie, from the
Kindergarten department.
FoR RawM-6 room house with large
garden spot, on W. Jofferuon St. Ap
ply to Mie Sue M. Archer, 362 .
Adams St. 10-2t
Miass lone, the beesutiful young daugh-
ter of eunator ad MnL MaUeWilliamus,
has joined hebar parents in Tallaaisee
for the rem der of the legislative
U looking for cheap goods you can
athim anywhere, but if you want
Latest stylea and best ffod at rea-
sonasble prio, go to Chittenden &
Co's. 14
A son, born saturday, to Mr. suB
Mrs. C. R. Alle, of Nashville Tn.
who are todg- aaN with Mr. Rkicaa
Bradford, or Adams street, died
the following day, and was interred In
the city emmry.
Stops iteblatnstantly. Cures piles,
eeamas, Ialt rhem, totter, Iteh, haves,
herpes, seabiMe-Doa's Ointmant. At
any drug store. ll-lm
The followlg members of the legisla-
ture spent anday last at Panaea

Oaa; W. 0. Watford, Beto; Breck-
Oer Laaeor, JaekamavUe.
Low quarter o ippaers and
mmpli te w Maasv and white kid
F woanme, .ises ad elMre. all
styles aMd.l at Chittede Co 'sa.
ee the windowof whit. 14
There l a iae for all ebronti trou-
ble Dr. Armatri 's system isto flad
the abuse sad ram ve it. He bas re-
moved It for many of our deitena. His
next vsit to Tillahassee is the flrst
monday in July. 14

Rev. Clauds W. Duke. of Tampa, who
preabed on last Sunday the bheesaa-u
reastoermon ofh State Colge for
We Iloft here that aftermo for
Lake City were was du to make
the anna mammat usNm at
Coeublan em ags.
Mr. B. W. PartriW*, of Montaetelo;
Dr. B. B. eImst oCaof ablle; Dr. J.
D. Watklns, of Mlisam py; and W. G.

Me mmma the re remedy arrid
guwts at the LAes.
eWr M aroge gt we t two-pwte
sits, leave yer eader w CMitseuM
& Oa.,whmake a spetatmy eofmN.W
Wallin&. 14

M4b an st m h M' D -

m5 for am debait stay.
Kaenn's sh-s Memoaba#me shrb
Ian & wlmn 11OW. sele hate, the
Cbhall" CO. 14
Heta A. J. arrr, dme of the law
swobl of Steton U vrsity. at Do-
-Led, was one of Tagaiahs's diiia-
ga noed g wests this week.
A tfor tailor-sde M its,
tal & Co., who have clothes

blaen L 14

Am'Wt the distinguished guests ar
rivng in Tallahassee late ina the week
and ltopelng at the Leon, are: Hon.
SJohn L Ioggett, Hon. John Huart
y ridge and on. W. S. .ennaig, of Jack
sonville; Ex-United StaeI C ,aator W.
H. Milton. of marian.. od Hon. W.
o L. Palmer, of Orlando.
, A. 8S. White, representing the Talip-
Shasse Monumental Works, was in our
town Tuesday on business, and paid this
Solee an a appreciated calL Mr. White
Sis in a position to furnish anyone in this
Section with anything that they may
need in the way of iron fencing or mar-
t ble.-Havana News.
SMr. J. H. Roee, one-time associate
Editor of the Tallahassee Su but more
reasse y with the Savmna oralmg
New passed threo. Taahassee
STuo eon route to Mimi, here he
Sasto s aume the positive of editor-
I of the Miami Metropos.
Miss rantes Davis will leave Monday
I for a delightful isit InDaTUls, Kyas
F the oust of fallahassee's popular
ya city kinderartena taebaer, Missb
Marie MeConnell. While in Denville,
mI ssDavis will be a brdmd at the
wedding of Miss Ethel MeCenuelL
5 m arhom. oxfords ad pum
oxfords in bluheber style, two eyelet and
thraes eyelet ties, and strap pumpa,
lathers, black, tan, sued, russet calf,
mun metal and patent eolt, low and me-
dium Cuban heels, hih bees, all sisa.
See the windows of Chltteaden a Co.14
Children especially like Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrupas.t tastes nearly
as good as maple surar. It not only
,h Al- irritation and allays nflammation,
thereby stopping the cough, but it also
moves the bowels gently and in that
way drives the cold from the system.
It contains no opiates. Sold by all
druggists. 11-1m
Young John McLln, the son of the
State Copmmissieer of Agriculture, i
following in the footsteps of his illus-
trious father. Just outside of the city
Hlimits he is cultivating a variety of veg-
etablee, from which is realising well
In the local market. So great is his
success that he is talking of farming
and the ma of Improved Implementa on
'an extensive eals.

We, the underign'ed rchanta,
agre to elo our tor very after-
noon at 6 o'loek begin g on June
1st, and endingr lt, 1900, rall-
road paydays and Saturdays e ted:
Le ros., Walker Ba k, 7. W.
Cor"t, C. Ailgro, Altord Brothers,
Duval res., W. Wisone, R. J. Ev-
anm. H. N. dwoeting VanBrunt A Do-
milly, T B. Byrd& Co., P. T. Miekler,
Julius Diamond W. L arkham, J. W.
Collins & Co.. 8. C. James, P. T. Nich-
olson, Gilmore Davis Co. Cha.
Edeloen. Elias B. Daeb, A. H. Ginsaber,
Walker Handley. H. L. Gre i
Philpoa Son, u tite. RmdoIh t
rnn, Sophl Nash, D. R. Cox uril-
tare Co., Chittden &a Co.. Yaeger f
Bethel Hardware VCo
Tesa ils e An Vktsm

of headache, as well as 8ldir women.
but all get quick relief and prompt cure
from Dr. Ki's New If PllMs the
world's best remedy for sick and ner-
vous headache. They make pear blood.
and strong n and bud up your
health. Try them. 2Sc. at all drug-
gista. -11-lm

A delightful driving was givens on-
day afternoonto tho i la who have
accompanIed t lstateta husband.
and fathers totaahsee for th pres-
eat seesson. The heMteasesof te o -
sMon were: Mn W. m. Heloway wife
of the state U.parltm f ent t Publei
Instruction, MU. Park Tramel, wife
of the Attorma geerml d a Mr. B. L.
MeLIn, wife of the CuaMmlserM of
Agkualters, ad th ualetsd far
thi terminus of ihe lvwas th bea su-
fula Reasds p heet wfour mies
aerth t th eity. H a e inak l* JdU
wheoe as me s spring
dahbhlsup frIm I; "W wpIS.
noad M iaaa s hl a dmew to


A plufoTallahaseeeDrutC104

V. r. oL~~.ft oleo'.

You will wfl find p v oo
glee about as low asfIt k.

to get them.
costs about the same for a
one as for a good one. AnyW
ing below & certain p
therefore .p in the hara
th mate ra. That is not a8
ing you care to make nor bow
^ you when you consider how Im
depnd on the taunehne
QUALITY vele in emertencies Our
M* ee s are the lowest consistent with
S safetyy;

AW3AL. CONCRT Cnisae e iaed e.
-- Folbowing isa t Hat doe am
of the Pu pils of l orida State the 1306- gr1dobatag eSlow
State.College1for WeMeA. ad toi
''"e date for as, to be
The TaUahasee public is not to be th mane at :
deterred from showing its interest In Graduates of
the young people of the Florida State mt-GrM"
College for Wome, so., in spite of t 53 rMa -"
fact that on Monday evening tnhe opera eldtes for Degree of!
house was packed almost to suffocation, of listruction- G 4a14
and the weather was at mid-summor ZEma Seeoole, Ita B..s e, _
heat an equally larpe audience Tuesday Elizabeth Granberry, Mary Agen
night greeted the young mueoeiwm Granberry.
who nam appeared on the program C.Idundati for Degree of Baehelawr
for the annual covert. Sclence-Marv Engenia VmaaBmL
It is generally conceded by those who Candidates for Degree of Bashelret
are in a position to correctly estimate Arts-Margaret Taylor Bradford, Linel
her ability that inaa arthe May Cline Doreas Broward. Ella Lee Mina
has a special genius for developing in Effe Doane Pettit. first hoer, Ma "
her pupils all the latent talent they poe- Alice Moore, second honor.
aseu, and certainly the performance that Candidate for Degree of. Mater of -
eveanin appeared fully to coaIoborate Science Henrtts Iask: Mal
this claim The program was well so- Chemistry; Minors, Botany and Zoolsu^
elected and brilliantly carried out to the Thema Subject: A Analysisof
great enjoy mnt of the audience. Tha Sous o. Leon county.
selection, Gardn of Flowr," given.
by th Voice Cilas under the director- a C ndidat fmo wo6 .
hip t iss Sarah Yancey C line wasa -rt-Iits MBrfo-- J
some v .of ts. this ec: Pe rsonal Relations o f
elass, and e to be congrat s- worth and LIe nton Dr -a -.
latedw uponh vin..g c excellent mats iafor Pi li
rial upon whieo w T oork..Poll bie hnes POwbl
The Dartmantof Violin, under mr. m Passages in Homer. oth
FloreHqmbuourgwasalsoplew MlI-Mjor Greek; an s
ingly rIeed ted by omin Mary Page &ad Lathi. *essS wabject:w S
L owho i tiof the Swbjmaotive and Optath a
Ran olMoT oa l lahasseeu w i ot p..r- t t twh o ve at books of the O oa
fei ersel in er beautiful art s a S Shannon-Muajor. Muath S
pu of Mrs. Heqff mbourg.K Miro Engl- ad Political
following l the program .. ThaAla uboat: oM o Pirobalioa frrt-
PART I the Theory of Equations.
"Intermode," op. 56,No. l Chamlnade Of thnayoung women wbo have
(2 planos 4 hand,) valiantly won for themselves theoe i ,m
Miss Olivia Moody, Miss Nanle Reeas. or the last four ware aduate of Wfe"
" iTarantlla,t" op. 99. No. 1.. -. Raff '08, who have spent tr past math
Miss Marguerite Briekbous. takg a poet graduate cone at t
"Improptlu-Val," op.94---.....--Raff Ala Mater. Mis Uak is a gradnat
i Hall Granberry. of 190-W.
(a) "Elegie" C No minor. _._ Nollet Miaes Irita Bradford, Fonton Davwk
(b) "Impromptu". ------. H. Reinhold and Ruth Reoyno6 are Tahama
MMs Nellie Legg. girs, and a br ghit future is bn eL
"Rood's rillist t," op. 14, No. II..... dited for them by their frieaM-d,
----------- -- Merkel as well as for Miss Marat Ti
Mi atti May Williford. Bradford, =thi year's a
Violin-"Romai" .- --Svenden also a daughter of Talladasee.
Miss Mary PageRandolph. ------ --- -
"En Valant" op. 63. No. VJ...Godard Uvig Causm
Min Cebelle Warrn.
"Air do.Ballet,"op.3, No.IinG is the final oondio of Ganlod I
A"- ir"" Zi dhas worms-if It iave. T t n-..
Miss Olivia Mood. -y so in I yoerw ,l
"Fantaaiestuck," op. 17,o. oI. a1 e a a 1M hav '
.... D.owell tent. of the bab hl vel
"i oi6-uth Reynolds. bie yor has. Be crtaI tots.
"A Dy InVenice" op. 25... Nevin
"for tas w :e .PA SIDIOM
(b)"Gondolier., Pile-ieth u ,!
(e)-Venetian Love,-Bo. ao4= & a@n

(d) Good Night.b
Miss Nannie Rome.
The Garden of Flowes -(Cantata for
Women's Voices)-----...... -by Da
Voice Class.
Chorus-The Morn.
Duoet-The Lark and Nigltitle.
Mi Elizabeth Corbett, W Bty Pick-
Trio--Whte Butterby.
Misses Cors Heder-e., Mary Mur-
pres, Ovia Moody.
U obrfcld hCorbett.
w b l .-Th k.
M es "Cre abt anr VelTe Cno
A ciPickatt.

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I desire to thank you for the long and courteous pa
have given me. My business relations with you have be
My five years stay in your midst marks a satisfactory ric
For business reasons I have got to leave you. s
large to move and I am going to offer it to you at cost I

Wednesday, Ime 2, until Saturday, J

Following is some of my prices, if you are posted you wl I
this is a chance to get what you want in my line ,
9x12 Axminister Art Squares,assor- 6 ft. Oak Extension Dining Table. The Gurney R a ,
ted colors, was $35.00, now.. --$20.00 was $7.00, now.. --. ..$4.50 .
9x12 Velvit Wool, was $25.00 now $14.00 8 ft. Round Dining Table, was 20 lb ie c ity -
$12.50. now .............--$9.00 was 1000,.now .,
9x12 Brussel, was $12.00, now....$8.00 Center Tables qr. Oak and Mahog- 25 lb capacity, with w.
12x15 Ingrain, was $14.00, now....$9.00 any, was $12.60, now..-..--.---$7.00 14 00, now.... .... .
MATTINGS. 24 in. Golden Oak, was $2.00. now $1.10 40 lb capacity, With
MATT 19 was $1.50, now .90 16 00, now ............,.,
Japanese, was 35e, now --...--- ----20c 14" was $1.00, now .70 LO GX
Chinese, was 30e, now.-----....-----. 19c BEDS Bed, full size, wad4
Fiber, was 50c, now-..-....---.---.........S30c Poplar, was $&.00, now.--....---..... $2.25 -pieceparlor set
Coca, 27 in. wide. was 46c, now-.. 30 Oak, was $4.60, now..-.......-----..- ------ 00
Coca, 86 in. wide, was 50c now .86c was 0OJ, now....- ....... 26 No 8 19inchoven.
Linolium. 2 yds wide per aqr. yd, was .00, now ---------50 20 00. now .-No. 1
as ow- -------------------40was $10.00now ------............. $7.00 No. 8, 21 inh ov
S was $12.00, now.....-----...... .00 24 00. now........... ....,
RUG6 was 15.00. now .............. 50 CHAIRS AND "
Smith Axminister, 27x64 wa $.0. Beds w 00, now-------.........40 Double ean., 8 slats bas. WM'
now---------------------.. ------$1.90 ------. now .................
Sanford, 27x54, was $8.50, now....$1.90 00. now.... 7 00 00 hno nd ors di .a
Saxony, 27x54. was $8.00, now....$1.80 SPRINGS Same was 1 25, now ---.
Smith and Sanford 18x86 was $1.60. National Spring, was 6 00, now..3 50 Was 160. now...................
now............................. 90 120 Coil wire folding spring. was Sewing or nurse rocker was I ,
Velvet27x 54,wa $2.00, now....$1.25 250. now1 --------75 ------now .........................175 now
Tapestry, 27x54, was $1 25, now... 765e MATTRESSES Arm rockers was 50 now ........
'MATRESSES Same, was 4 00. now..-... .*
SEWING MACAINES E& C. mattress, was 2 50, now .....1 75 Was 00now....................
Latest improved White, was $4.00. Combination mattress, 4 50, now.. .2 60 TRUNKS
now ------------...............$.00 40-pound cotton mattress, 500, now 300 Trunks that were S00 now W.
Latest improved New Home, was 46-pound a wtic 0 now 38 00; 8 00, now 6 00; 10 i
Uae m nnw -- 42- 00 -pound_ o-.. ,,. 6 00.

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Largesize full Quarter Oak, was
$85.00. now ---- --------........$22.00
Small size, Golden Oak. was $14.00
now--..............--........... $10.00
Full Quartered Oak, Surpentine
draws, was $30.00, how........$20.00
Good sl"e, with Mirror, was $11.00,
Without Mirror, was $7.00, now.. $ 5.00
Ward Robes, Golden Oak,was $12.60
. new ......-....----------..-............---8.00
Book Case and Desk combined qr oak
was $20.00, now.... .. --.......$14.00

w now---------------- .................
46-pound perfection mattress, 10 00
now ...------ -----------........600
Oak safes, with draw, 4 00, now.. 2 75
Oak safe without draw, 8 50, now.. 2 50
Washstands with splasher, 4 50, now 3 00
Wasbstands with toilet, 7 00, now..4 50
Washstands with bevil toilet, 800
now.-.........................5 00
Poplar. was 6 00, now--...--...----.350
Oak. 18x24, mirror, was 1100. now 7 50
Oak. 24x30, mirror, was 14 00, now. 9 50
Oak, oval, 18x40, mirror, was 14 00
.. .. .. .. .. ........... 9 50
Oak, 30x40, was 22 00, now ...... 15 00
Better grade in Proportion.

18x40 bevil mirrors was 10 00, aW
18x40 bevil oval mirrors, 1200.
Pictures at half price,
clocks and lamps way down.
Was 2 50. now.....................
Wa400, now ...---------........
Rods was 25c, now ................
Large size was 2 00, now. ........1
Fast colors, was 2 0. now........-.o
Was 2 00 and 4 00, now ... lOamd
In fact my entire stock must be
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At l se ml .othy petty aMesi
Oem w ae a W pofeltewlag ais
01e0 d e Sel do aes had
sum me a migbeefme ftamer a
charge of "having a maber of ue
wa1dere6g at will em the pubile red."
The defiant fe40 to appear, but
his breter was present In the person
of the eerk eof petty sMessMs. who em
hearing the mMetene of the preMslidg
masgstrnto, "rized 2. and eatm,"
rose to the oeession by replyg:
"TWhere my betir's,, your worhipt.
I'l pay the oa."
He was shocked when his beeomtin
ezhibtltM of fraternal ove for the
asses was rewarded with an outbanst
of laughter.-Loadon Uraphic.
Keep Sewitng.
Sow something whenever the ground
to cleared. Nature abhors bare
grounds. Crimson clover is ezeelleat
for mowing among all garden crops t
the last cultivation. This will ive
through the winter and may be turned
under nla spring, thus adding bumus
and alntrogen to the soil. Rye maby be
sown for a covert crop. used for qsing
feed or be turned under as speen ma-
arte. Rape or turnips may be sow
for fall growth and are bneialI to
the sol.

Building ASt.

Coping 1tor ~ and

Call and see
and get best of
Good Work.

us formuntm oan AtheAmw
Materia as well as bad' prie for

Office oG. F. J L L Lt frt

Yours for business,
The Capital Stone Company,


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- Life I Chhlatalae.
* baied Sm of the mekdenwas of Cbhrstlasal
t m at" TOS-ilke in the midst of pretty
gltnma, whlh i summer are full of
n M Meis sad give the streets a peullar
w &. sased wem of opeamses. Within,
S lthe pU ple live smple. wholesome lives.
kidly sand hbesptable, with that truest
L d hi espitality whlktk nvltes the guest to
abara la t oed heear without oatentation
b O disPay. DImmer is at a or 4 nc'ock.
rtl E rVe b trm t', fl1mbh kkI w maids.
laM d supper at &. whbe. .cept on form-
SIl owa eeasloos. the guest s fre to forage
r MaO the table for bhmself. Host
Ssad hestea drink the health of eaeb
e t with the word "khaL" replied to
b O the eaes over thMe glam after drink.
b luf. Adoeuruatg to the drawing room.
the gu e ts thank both matter and mi.
treme of the boose. and on We nest
* I mesting never fall to may. "Thnnak a"o-
the last tlMa." One Il everywbher
S m t eirhwk by tbe fruak and uneffrcted sim.
MA11 Pliclty of the life and thr tmligibtfor
e ward kindlunea of the pNuple.-11. HI
S &- I D. Poiv laIn Atlantik.

k so "W Dread of Marble Portraits.
"One peculiarity of human oaturt
M that I an remmindd of duily." said
e aclpter. "is t l dlisi'llnatiln of the
VL averlII mae to look um'ns hlae'if le-
B^ |aeir la marble. The might strtkes
Swth poeltive dread. It makes
M teel as it be wore loeilbg oa bl
eWe Ueom IN etdy. Per that sse Itn
5 die o to paUemtde mar peMems
Swe Gh meitlao s lt for a sculptor.
PeeMOS I am sMed why mnet of
,u o i" W 0 modeled after dead sad
gftme to givme ae eemab-
wet of o eidt" AsIR

i i ie mh e lo. of

JWas.ta 0 OM pos tthe SOO..
a. Juw o t sumatawle'r ew o at bgOdein
sou"manI.:M ityof u" a. a
owWef. Jw%7 aeDt. Iatwe1offtheweida. .o
asassmthers, tor as pIn.srange or1-IS esa.
W %aai of aap tnsesoff20. tw shideIaf
N %W a 0 ad f settl s. 2.towumbip 3 a.
%of a w t% Of s..U..28. tlaineN;3Ia. rawe
0 -0S suls
W~sefasa R eaptlo .the wOelde
pumng uhs 11= 6f Dgtletstine U.towadhipS
0. fumeethI V.-110sh'7'
a 4 f 0is M a % aet se. .townsh.ip ~i a ae
a.-rn em.IV40&i
8.%ofae%taed 8% of no% oalascuse
N w of sold" at I a. "e 10
149 attesis I


pv.,idag tsrthe h"uf a# the etre" of the
sky at TaI~slmsessso n asipab
Be69asifte~sd hp00dW esMeelof thecity 4d
of Talisheess. e 0 mhhm
60 9WoftA I= of chopw 4
ather hss dh vemboss ew~hs

esep WfousessmsmdndW ofpalis, diale
Po be tOW ettv teamm-IN 600111so 414

Ld uw eektOfisfe mmthe Sam
may No weak masO Is ease df -aOr
Soldm..L tweakhja AN .eimmad mdim.
shabld. e ow ae atliseeof

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But Apple Vinegar, per gl................................ We
Grama edSar, 17 for $, orper lb...................
Rice, per l...--............................----............-..----- 6toe
ot aSogp, bars......- .............................e--
Good ekkiPowdear, 8 bdes------------------.......................... e
Kerosine Oil, per-. -...................................... 1e
Wibra's Stock Food, 65 ib bucket, worth 8.50. My prie...-1.W
Wieof Life, Stoa-lta, worth $1. Myprice----------.............. e
Walker's Deead Shot C Care for boses, worth $1, my price, 756
Red Cross Corn Rinr and Black Draught, worth Me, my price, 30e
All Patent medicines at reduced prices
Yard Wide Sh per yard......-.......................-----------------------
Vrult of the LoZ~ ahi r yard--..................-.... O0
40-Inch Lawn, white--.....................------.......----..--.-..--..... -------10e
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents
Ready Made Clothing. Just received a nice line of
Linen, all colors, Indian Head Waistins, &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 I
of country produce Your Friend,

223 South Adam Street

Store Phone*208





The most perfect littlelmplement ever
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in

Edison's latest inven-

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

Price Only 25 Cents.





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s--- -- --1-uMI -* t-

m mas net a hsain
w N thee p t ce hm-
s as e thiorus whe hM
am the time wleh

-a the luthawa" repled
l% *sewnt uln sad ivtet.
Wed mastered the camel sad
wawa he observed" Mo0u0t
*tbat a chNd may beat
Bmn a camel. It la not be-
teamel Is stupid n r yet be-
be ou; It to became o a a
prtlas whereby god asuited
to te weakof e of men. The
leyes are like mnanifying
and Increase the stature of Mis
*vn. time&. wherefore be oI
to the gigantic appearing
SIA DeU aesu, too, I heard this super
'agoaw-Norman Duncan Iton Harper's

The Telltale Hand.
A writer In an aglish weekly deo
S ies that it we want to know what
m e ether eson s thinking we aMNt
S at hs or her heada. Areen n-
'aie s s ca un as every ooe
i M practice la at control
aM sem e .toh ows W mt Ilvetee
SW Walls t l whe thee nothing
"a- n inU se or cowd dwlke behind
LM. t ae c am be M to. sht
^' a a wish are not at all a regiler
t es1sM. DBut the hands It e
dte. a-e a~ ,ty bey-ed the coo-
1 ar mthed to whom they belos.
Prm peoepo who hardly gestlculate at
t-4ad to keep the hdadMs stI o con-
S hered by the Anglo4zoa a moet es-
SOMaW pert of good braemWns-e*es
eed people ar It useem, constantly
wiealla themselves In little move-
ANt tf the hands. The Immortal MIl-
.M eay has put It oc record that a wo-
as's truth or untrath can be dis-
eUretd by the action of her hands. Of
I -e It takes a practiced reader to
Spret what the band are maylng.
S It is not a case of "be who rune may

I T W is cat fur," said a furrier.
i.NIg eat fur makes too. DoV, calves,
4WtA e, os*oi poms. hatse ,si-amy
M I at wears fur, In fact, so sal.a-
o the fur market Bat hale ts
Sup with other O N stet a a11-
t aini IthblshidoU I1be4 4e
gpe pdlitec The & s the ose
opssumi dos7 a fur that, peop-
Sam! ILd, malsh a very heansome
Umk& I Mg. e l agempleoy in OW5
ae tleait r-gaba and they ale
u're to 1f ththehambae of a hep
re- g A queer fta abset the ftur
ltall is that the furs mus t be taken
S the .ed of winter. The trooper
woM us*ndete eO eelnt clmatc
*esesoM Only thee s the fur at tas
bL The dreeser, on the other hand.
S wW eemd work best In esold weather,
do amn hs work O 1 the heat of
or otherwise he would neot be
abeto keep up with the changing

M lodteflct of the wbefti ake gles;
t admits the light OEf heave and reS
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Bae ar& eUb curein takis ter-
.S~i"e. &=astI.the bboed sa


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Twh*IL 3. 3. !tDeuth. L S& P 6ni
Ju.-4m',ha. Sba 1U a. M, sam 7p.m
Jew we, Lees...LU A. m. us vr U
~~. to uddp with a&
Prarlgb.Im mok Us,. WaL IL Zkegle. P.-

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beeL Y? T iwM5~.;a PoEWSsad
End" wzMI wM evat V:33ML
Stom. JeeUhaa hr. HWY
isak %M.m b.k&&..5m sd 3*

aw Mad at Is 4Lm.
Udgmea.-.- on ebdI ova Bob.-

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Jeff. Do Ferrells


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

A Por'tionaOfthe pffblie
,aPA i.isesolicited
an ad aatacati~a OwarAA&

so" mofTesesbimal.
a ~ oohmilbm T~mr*U'Ieal

NtmLaw frwf t atmo wit
-U%,Owteed emin 69 "baler
Uupelat m wn a Pbe.1.23mina Ltim

W am a ( e)1 ,y
A~M pAyet.~ rodmtherwill sawer
ka4 .m r-atS3 mr vmapae (Igam
j.7" ai& Dm it w1 baUe.
I Ewz= aMoo&nrbee. 10.

a#Pakhabtma of ( L).em

es= iL,. TwL G~rms

Aeh a=" at nb okafo

Mm~~ hr ~ I(de.).ThMema
Book bu -re efml hk ele

U.LOaIVSbo $

Ga. h. EanEV Wv. J. ove.

manNU sOO I :
Home PboesML Osm Phone .

AtWer AeM f lMI S T LAw.
7. T1111,mU MM LUM

All C-aissiA-Wanut r Salk. Exehan. T
Ron% Ste. rsh artima *= -to *w liraw ad n
a&. fw les than eft6 Lm. omi Il adv,-e.

loa SALs I Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office
S~a Us I For all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Eavelopes.
Foa WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt.
Phone No. 217.29
T msA Nonsca, printed on eloth
on abort notUee at reasonable ries at
thls ofee, and it might be well to run
short Trepepa Nodoee e In your home
local newspaper.
D. J. H. Burr, Vetenary Sureon,
Phoe No. 217. M

_opmom Iahs to rtf
Zr bo a&
dlsi-ess-w- dwyan arereua

Nodbsrlod J ly
Mw- t m -am gd
rIM Pratte a aR5 I S
Naes h1ery ylemn saM d
and < oRoe muant d

a% t tt-m n ofiw lM
Nes atdsaitdstIedtyk
abozMut th i p. pr_ .
MVry faMy gomaed
J. YU k CO.

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3a e~etes dee,
Notice is hereby given thatSII months
aftth. date hereofl wI wp -nt to
the oantr iwdf of Leon county, Puori-
da, y account s exe* M ceutor of the
Isa twiU mad westament of Edward H.
Myers, doeased, late of said county,
and apply for a Inal disebharge from
Oech *zexacutoership.
FmDmauCK T. MYRms, Exewutor.
Jan. 1. 1900. 45-lm7mos


Mrs. H. Pope.


Oat of town orderwuM.
"lve. promawpt attontlona
Day or Night.
Lleeaeed Babalwer.

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takat to phemsmy iat
S 0 5 9

I have opened a new i
on East Jeffmon St., o
site flh markt, and
preparedto do all kind
Th Work, P!iM



139 S. CaUloa Strt, '

Excellent Fare $1 Pe,

Fire Stats. .
Good Saddle Hormes,. New Buggs 4 0d
Single Driver. Call and mee tm

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RATES: $1.00 PM

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"Polar Star" Ice Cream Freezers


1 Quart Size............$ .75
2 4 ........... 1.00
"3 . 1.25
4 .. .......... 1.50

Low n Prce, Sanitary, Q k Freezing
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers, Freezers, Screen Doors and Win-

dows, Law,; Mowers
Come to Us for


Hammocks :: ::
Summer Goods

2**W FFICER I kov. C. F. Sums. of Jacksonville, in
-the sumcewor of R-v Clinton Sned,
SdeeesMd. formerly pit<,,r of St.Mtary'n
11Shied the Tallatassei MUSI; Colored Primitive Biqp'ixt Church for so Fast
CM -A New Ceasetttiesa Als. many years and who wau *o well liked
Aft a yeaw's trial of their constitu- bywell romntpd d froh n the Floridme- oA c
t te Tlahae- Muical club bas trop"li. In[tn tllt ion utrvice s wwre held
dtht It is not one speially, at ieehuib Srd<-v.
to ir needs, ad a comit-
has hm appointed to whom will be urt
the task of framing a new Di
b ebo t a etle of the elab new n
w I ~te" m ld the following
Veiesi, sd eleted: advic
Mr. I. A. Perkins. Mr
a-Mrs. Crosby fDaw- Tall

-lM a e there will be
Smef the eJlb held at the

Saaa m mm a ns
a low ndaem 3dMes

sesms. J. wmatt s &&me. eof
aZ e. C, sea we olew
r me eafstuerer's eles,
Ta~shasswe .a-wo we.wt

ea66, Usaem T whole
Im- aim toaaha-eM. a-. 8swtt
i he aMt~erin family, oee-
*( wife, nda d fve sos,
m ato mMarrid. They
MSff Weig^^&mk^B^ to Tel jlkB-~

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mauwam sae sot


What Kodol Will Do

IE b the m will suffer befrs 5Kodo

S Maa r o Good Imides
And, of eerse. ladigetlo It ae*
lteled eas esouh, bria on sort
ao daase la whbekb Kodl cannot
bmieM yeu. Sem*ie these there
Is a b hlp for at alL
The are. sla faet, very few alS
smoat whik ca sot be traced dl*
meOty to tImpre bleod. And tm-
p.e ibned Is always due to a diae
e",d ttomamh.
SaICodol and prevent Nervou
- Kea @ wiN effeetualy asilet Na.
to see a a emplitO te re -
Bt d ta ato. It oe

60"WO siem "

We knew what Kodol would do
before ever the flat bottle was
sold. If we did not knew just what
It will do, we would not guarsatee
It the way we doa
It isa asy for you to prove Kodol
-the seat (or the frat) time you
have an attack of lndlaetom. And
om will certainly be surprised at
the results. It Is perfectly harm.
T"'tere can be no harm In trying
uoiwthJln that may do you a sreat
deal of good-whea it cootsa ?o
nothing If It doesn't.

W te m n t r mha a A* *
taIr Wr im e r Wdmed tY e
'mo. a e trsof i seeen
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eind Realiaed By Tallahassee A Clay Cousty Geatleman Bas Them
People. To Go Succesufilly Threh.the

little backache at first.
ily increasing till thejback is lame
nary disorders quickly follows;
abeteas and finally Bright's disease.
is is the downward oarse of kid-
m't take this eoarse. Follow the
e of a Tallahassee citizen.
s. B. F. Isler, 425 Boulevad St.
hasem FPa., ays: "Weakens
y uderied my eral health
Sft miserable for a lo time. I
so ambitfom ad the east work
me. My ret at a*ght was itful,
-pet tbs e pr ead my whole
was ranked wipai. Lamngd
a's Kidney Pls, I pesoed a
at HavdeeaSmlth Co.'s drur gsre
found them to be jut what I
Wd. They gave oe prompt relief,
or that reasoI I most early ree-
mad taew to anyone wli ith
x trouble "
r ale by all dealers. Priese O
. Foster-Milbr Co., Buffalo
York. sole agents for the United
member the name--Doa's-and
so other. Il-1m


laitrview e1wee8 the Sees and the
Man He Fired.
Neither of the partners had arrived.
sad the clerks that morning were In-
dalging In their usual bout of gosatp.
"Did I tell you, chaps, that I was
leaving?" drawled the languid swell
of the staff. whose Incompetence was
as palpable as the splendor of bis at-
"l-Hard you'd got the mark," replied
the spectacled cabhler grulBy.
"Iw answered a advertlement yea
,terday for what looks like a Arst elass
job.-" resumed the overdressed oas. Is-
oortag the remark. "I've pitched rath-
or a strong yarn. but you've eot to do
that If you want to keep up with the
Jut then the senlor partner entered.
and all wrote latently.
Within a ve minutes the "old man."
who had been opening letters, called
the last speaker Iato his room,. and the
following dialogue became plainly au-
dible to thoe outalde:
"Have you been to ear service seveo
"No. sir; only Iftees meatba."
"And Is your salary 4 04 a week"
"-h. atsirt W abillaga."
-And are you to satire ebare of the
counting heuaer
Ko reply.
"And are yeu leaving Ibecauser of
a dIfferare with the Srm regarding
the masnapawt of ear O c0100a
Dead ieawMe d a ahort paue.
Tem Mhe o aNin:
Thed the omd esf:
bTe ai ho ma aae"e" -w

ft WI wIN 4e.-48611 1S

Mr. William H. Fleming, of Hiberule,
Clay county, who is the youngest
brother of ex-Governor Fle inf, sis
to The Tue Democrat asampleof or
ames which were picked and plaedl
his cellar before the Doember, I ,
fross. They sae outing alhmt p.
faet eomditam, heo eal losing a e av
age of to oranges a box. At the
ttse th were takea ot the fruit wa
worth .00 pmh bs.
He prememae s the somd stere d
a asmstiantimates thathe
Mr. Fleingis b
mwnti with sow restn ea -
is the owner of theAunt
= tek oasn"t yellow -e m
Mtahkberry that ca beo grew. h
the tem

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b**skft Hon Naha P.^M Bran dhineOrt
isnh por titDr. Marpr maio that of
ardoe gotohe had asaed Mr. Bwa oa

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"Alta tb e eernicis, whiehiawr
3 s1ly idurstingoW bnoatiful id
*aail thaa isd dOwned to Dryao
th mwHetae i of a both-
MIN P.M prjtait of tWilia h Jiaa orye
"I blhob~int yowq ftwidim wbo ropma
7A waled his Statewfsr a fwa abort he
k, ftl l U. & Senate at Waahibintim
is. as thpromentatito MS&e.fld on
bdol of Ban NotheaBP Brya donor
t rte auhtrBsaidrthat
Bhad mmasead Mr. tea.

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Mwn aillaao of terewin.
wellftwadrawn a,
as tanaliaa mwa jag,
=09^^^ WWI&= Jocose ^ryw to pubk^

SAseeptaes of this beautiful gift was
en behalf of tha Colege if Sama
STcPer, h. p f
and Mewly-a Dean of the
SIeral ArtA Dr. Tuasker's

wft hr oe MMe byhis-
t Vin^ t Dr. Toue y island e
ldEne hdS aplt woe atof the
ea bo al b es
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bi whoee heart the early
inf bMsoutlaedsbeth
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S M Mr.. MmadM
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DB- at v Mr. Bry Ohad
Ms istemut
DmlilH o aOMdi~l k ~iaea
H^^MM ~ IdU =^S^ &roe

See that

We defy him with our keep'
cool Summer Underwear-

the kind that keeps the heat

out and lets the breeze in

Popular Linen Mesh Un-
derwear called

Gauze and Balr

And Athletic S
Boys and Me,
SL00o p

Boy then now, W

Famous in Magazine History
That B. V. D. Nainssook Under-
wear. We have it in all cuts, Boy's
and Men's sizes, Long and Short
Drawers--$1.00 each suit.



A UPCChSUS- SoF a. -a-no
Bew *ho Teaheb e l a th Pu-- pism

The department ofl Mlseat the ie. ir' l
ida State Collee for WOMOn, bas made hith
steady program during the past acs.
demic year, under thew supemro at
Mis Mata May Cli*, director oftm. s _- _
sme in that hlttion. 3
The aamesaa of a large peareetage of
the student body are aroed s thiM
department, sad a number of th youa
lakes figured in the delghtful plea.
reoital given at the Collee Frday at. Id
teroonsa Od eoven. TheasMetis
played wero all dlessi e l wro e ail m
dared in a way that rtd rat s'M Is
credit ap both tseher aar putpilds ni
gave dealt totir audlsheri.
o narday mo&ri Uhe pipa EaR
pupilseofM M ias T OPSmrSWIe
Tm thi sl e M ha o b es -M ..
sube t be that LaareS,
whed boehaUwefeheself MM
domdaw dis rie b.s aii tay ia
TaUmo the Miien
Colg thaes bee marked withmobeui- edtmpr.
nal me-. will- t roturs nt S a
The u n the program fer th
recital Were earfrWlla seted from e
aoM d the moat DOW a .ofau
pipe ergaS MMiue, and wr ptlby "

gieaay venf6rag amle laqa l
popular mue with th who, TI
as a whole, .P the mesh ef ha. S
-M Voiee to that of any *mads Is.
sttument. Addedtothis, Kiss
a decidedfaveritso s h eameum
who aet only reognise t ability ofnot
mkeseh pattheaM D. n af

The Inteng eahbiMts givas by thedo P.
Domestic aid Art Mrs"i
Min Cathoruee U1N, as MemdsF y
roringa, was ip L a r. as a
Maay article, In r-
ad intructbmagiven Orala
work we"refrxIited.ndsprastlesi ei triSde h
0@1100 an ordest bs oe

the headof .ht Ndal M mkahs _

*te ha eF ats ab- J dieedo
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State Board of Public I trao the
u.-Pesideat and faculty of COllw ,
sixten graduate, five mOtrdutoe
Dr. Sanuel Moran, who oaucted the
opening religious exercise, and theora-
tor of thi evening, Hon. W. L Palmer,
Eaeh eblam of graduates was well
represted by their ebosen spokeswo-
man, and the orations were listened to
with much Interest by the laeo au-
dioem. Mddals and diplooma ware pro-
ated by Mr. Bryan t a few words ap-
preciative of the splendid work done by
teachers and students. -
Judge Palmer's address was what is
always looked for from this graceful
orator and eminent jurist. AFquent

interesting mad ti ly, h a pees h was
pobetaated by earty applauas from
tea ead adiaaee. The jodfeassured
the studete and fa uty that the peo-
pl were with them and would ee to it
that orida' Col4kee for Women emomad
eventually rank aion o the foremost
"itiar instutmton in Americal Healso
paid a fitting asdwel deserved oomph-
mat toeDr. Marndi tsa d voved the
:a "romp{aet thas Cts efo bad
td of its e de t and d remid -
dmt. Mr. Bryan. too. paid homage to
the nobity of Dr. Mrlpbree'sm ebmarae-
ter a od theexelsoolea of h work I the
atm nlk imdtltutioo committed to his
emia-feiwart yeama ad emafirmed
jIudge PaJere a that the pro-
pie of the Stte were prow of the
cheerfully raie all fds esary for
Itseds, and aid all m aefortO ade by
the Sas o national athbritiea to-

wtards its adam e
paredy a bighaarted Govereer ileeint
ford th oyo ladieswbiich wam heart-
iy appreated by everybody a the
of Liberal Arts was ei by his
with a be"aUtifl ouvnir teapion.
Eash spoon bas upon Its handle an en-
ravedepret t aon of the Great Seal
ef erdaaad Ia It owl bean the to-
uaeript o oim t "eof AlbeM.rt W.
th reverse i the e of the r-
iaeat and a Metionof a the oealoa
th date. Toeachgrauateof the
ate, tha Governr presented a brooch
-oaiented with thawi eam e ied s
debate ad eauMtiful INIoNIB. These

Byway of paeathe Itt m here
Palmer that theG a zIuecve wL'la

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aread th a table at
Hall, vta d risewi toast,
in ah tao yto th alInetrnd-
e-mate. The arly morning train
bore away tha la r majority of the
Stadets, many of whom will probably
not retrn.
Following is the Wednesday night's
a tion-s. mores, D. D., Tail-.
hau.. Florida.
The kid a its value as a so-
alw rgan -0 TownsAad. -repre-
s**es tim Kindergarten Training Do-
The Sruga Between Science and
Relion-nary A-nes Graaberry, rep
resninUg School for Taahars.
Beauty aI Truoth-Mary Ale L.Were,
College. f ieral Arts
The aode m aa -san- Do. an
Pettit, Collae of Liaral Arta.

See what Tha p. ot 2, o ow-
021-mio GHardawn,.
Annal AdeMs- Hon. W. L Palmer.
V O er i >acbink alsm
Award of aea tdras H th H.
Dulkuan, Jsekueffille, VISI
Coerrai dIng of dres, by Hea. N. P.
Bryan, .baur na Board o1 CentrOl,
Violn, Ballad, Sindiuf-Msm. He-

Pi/ie. PI
Cusiomtr ar was a bpal-
Bae vTor to Tawo yItWday.
SBe what Theao in going to do.
LoST-A a'd brooch aset W Ai par
and opal Ider P ights May Ot, Pteer
vi tae OpemabeR or bmtwsee the
Ieh rad A nae and opira hoe.
idr rpa return toU Mr. I. s.
Patt as ad receive a reward 12
Funeraieohave iaslan thr hout this
ectium during teb pat weeltk.



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ingrodleuI& it"rnich" ti.bksd.
dfr~tao. 8733LARGEI B(TTL'twith
Soload Tasihh-
l~ufg BtomW..(211or write.

Euatis is to have electric lights.
Building oprations are very active in
St. Augustine.
The eitrus growers of the State will
meet in savention at Tampa, June 1.
Tamp4 i raaing $75,000 for a Y. M.
C. A. bWding.
A aw o fell on a negro at Para-
dise, and broke his neck.
Sutherland College closed with com-
mencement exereises this week.
The Gainavill section will soon t|
receiving thousands of dollars for its
cantaloupe crop.
Live Oak is to have a new union pas-
sengr depot station, the contract hav-
ingbasn let for It construction.
The Marion County Hospital Associa-
tion will moon comment e terection nf

W e dm "t te" m--
ws wsvme dhatll me high.
ftef *ts of th 99 7eMp
sMbefa, me al shaD sigh.
Whm tim yeeu ma emacourts his sw
With e whwikey on his breth,
Pry to God, to save tim m -
Frb h appeeh to lvb dtth.
Rl&rthe bel's of all there euches,
your voles clear and i bgih,
8 the eong of the Teaperance
"Jiorie's Going Dry."
I sit slom*, and often wonder,
If our loved ones will be there,
When the roll is called up yonder-
By the Angel on the stair.
Mothers, Mothers, Mothers.
Hundreds, will be there-
But, oh-the whiskey drinkers,
Whbre, where, where

Praise the Senate, praise the House,
That pesed the Noble Bill.
Praise to Don McMullen-
From the top of every hill.
When the golden sun is setting,
In the far-off Western sky-
When the harvest days are over-
Florida shall be dry.
TALLAMAAEa1 FLA.. April 25, 1909.
Wanus lafermoatlL
Editor True Democrat :
1 would like for the county commis-
sioners to explain through your paper,
how the names of the same men are
drawn from the jury box three timesat
one session of the court. I was present
last week and saw this done myself.
I, with many others, would like to
know why it i necessary to place one
man's name several times in the box.
Very respectfully,
J. M. C. ALLuN.
IsUi BeoreeofM2ean.

a handsome new hospital in Ocala. "The most merciless enemy I had ftor
Biionew I 20 years," declares Mrs. James Dun-
Burg broke into a Tampa store ican of Hayneville, Me., "was Py.
and shot the clerk who attempted to in- pasia. I suffered intensely after eat-
terfere with their operations. ingor drinking and could scarcely sleep.
Walter Dsmroseh, the great musical After many remedies had failed and
director, will be engaged to visit Jack- several doctors gave me up, I tried
sonville again next year. Electric Bitters which cured me com-
pletely. Now I can eat anything. I
The IFlorida Horticultural Society has am 70 years old and am overjoyed to
elected Prof. H. Harold Hume, of Glen let my health and strength back
St. Mary's, as itspresident. again." For Indigestion. Loss of Ap-
The United Commercial Travelers of petit*e, Kidlney Trouble, Lame Back,
Georia and Floridawill hold their 1910 male Complaints, its unequaled.
session in Tampa. Only N0e. at all dMggists. l-lm
The houe has voted an appropriation Wednesday morning mr. Gray saw a
of $5,000 toward the purchase of a Oil- big log fasted In the hannelunder
ver senve for the batthiP Vlorida. the draw, went out in a row boat to
The public had already ub cribed $5,000. free it and found a large hammerhmad

Walter Ledbetter, a ne, is to be
hanged o Jaeksonville Friday of next
week, for the kilitagofawidowed white
woman and her daughter.
The State chemist's report for the
year ending December 31, 1906, shows
that he sold Inspetion stamps to cover
138.287 tone of commercial fertiliersa.
Many Florida OGermans will attend
the annual Saengerfest at Savannah
next Wednesday. An effort will be
made to get the 1910 meet for Jackson.

It is announced that John Cobb p-1
er, Jr., of Jacksonville, Fla., has been
appointed honorary orator for general
excellene, at the I'rinceton commence-
ment exercises in Juue.
The proverbial "unloaded gun" got in
its deadly work at Bartow last Sunday
afternoon, when a 16-year old boy was
almost instantly killed by his 11-year
old playmate.
Connor & Young, of Ocala, have
started work with 00 men to drain 10,-
000 sears of the prairie muck land on
the Ockewa rwver. This is as rich
land as there is In the world. They will1
make a sugar plantation of the drained'
The strawberry season at Lawley is
prastdally ovw for this yew, astar as
northern bipmeats are meaermed Lo-
eal SiIpments will eatinum for several
day yet. About ,000 eates were
hpped amWd brought average of

ebkMd makes a muddy
, s umeoas,

Oakme 0k.,nltes the bodrikIsk .Pre

L~~-ao pigusqf ade wa eerett i bimTiss e, f

Olrs sbeh r d oyh'

shark caught on a line tied to the loW.
The shark was twelve feet log and two
feet seven Ianhes from eye to eye. It
was the largest me of the kind ever
caught here It weighed 400 pour.d or
more. Bernard Miller was the man who
set the line and claimed the shark.
It is said that the shark, like the
rattlesnake, swallow their young
and carry them about until they are
large enough to care for themselves.
As proof of this, cutting up the shark,
thirty-four young shark, two feet long
were found. --New Smyrna Breeze.

Too cam G"eAm IeeS. Newspaper er

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*on thr ob adllness ftore them willmalvm ath ftpk
A Positive Cure
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have used Herbino for
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I wish to

Many people agree to the above and may say


tell you that I offer some first-class investments to people who wish to
OWN SOME REAL ESTATE in a small way.

A few choice lots one block south of the College grounds.
now being built on one of these lots. Others will follow. Price

A few splendid lots directly north of the Governor's Mansion.
ner facing mansion, cheap at the price $250 to $450.

A pretty residence
$110 cash or terms.

One on cor-

Titles perfect.
for your own home.

My advice to young men.
It pays. That is business.

Buy a lot and begin to arrange

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MAT SAT PARTT Aad .kmde maidand knight, *IIATI0N O* A.U P. .BAT meala sad m ano ULse -wo. er fter mia sto .the Du.
isrto I"e **o tvwho. withgaydedlght, p ra-n&faash iTsa toam e. n e.srly allC gomne fre home a last IU Jt
M1 NkeI o te of oby,d m- -ow" with do
wtt yMett 0h0drof ..s e ..s (BibMl oRecorder, Raleigh N. C.) st Dawki 'o iery
A .,, ,, ,ha.. .. notnaeir qtj queen ierse'f 7 a Dawkl odin Hw ....
yesterday, the watir st old dac out A few Sudays ago Bro. As P. Gray. 'P 1 Orhps p ofr5 T Thim' osy nd vm
r notod May-Pole, set apart for e p or W rest Co 1% bos. ho, _- -s, s-Mr w, M.tey psthMa
S i are. The were other Mi.l- tdoob having been aeMd to the pastorat*o be d very n iO day. Per.
haBd a reyi. Tm. Gres s P-*iee Chapel hurch. Gramvill.eouaty.. tps prsbk had some laacoWe oa "fthe
MlAtM ~~with spectators and the sale ofends, wast orw tille.e chrh of low stock, ma, et. ba w
os ol oask on th Green, ie. oream and cake went merrily a ma- wbrh he is a member. Brotbr Gray to dis, aro r Wv i me, e a '
nlftwith prd, a. has be tl twilight, and the di and quarters ome to ,s from TsBUabmase -l seqielty of corn has nO. thing to dob
fe moren than seM- we piled upintoquite aheepof mo- where ar nhood m adepro- he K u a Pwith it? bt-'.
a, tr oi heUMads of the ey to b applied by the Tallahsee Im fesioa of reliand was lices l to 1r. H. B. Strieklead onad W M-
-m -- royal court. ,,en-t A-,meaeias towe tor pai the *"im'try i -may. 1nw06. lele refon .atrWindwya arhy Wha aNro-t with Bm a
" omnwhe.d c fa- foretais much needed work ino Rellagthe necessity of h m ostto Dogwoo3wit, saoWKwtowfo C .
-R i ad o dof the public parks ofth ecty. of which .prepare, for t Master's work B. elwh, b7 notWsm SeX. rm.
nr r the Aaion h pr fort wen to Mars Hill Co Mi Jase Lo Walke r djahter of .l. Walr pay ,

Btied s ad dacd viit lt C er, MUs John L tellly.i.lltore~Lof i -own et lrt-he graduated setr ieos sa&l elive .y an- ib ye. i do t ear to
ssts l the eol shade of left yesterday for Poole, Ga. with bmrn a 1. H1 eamr h e T. I. S rklsediy ,r. it betgl L ma. f
asheso fIts sIarred FPr Rent- room cottage on eomarr cause, to use his owa expreie0 Tm Quarterl Cy f of tih Met- h e o s s A t
B E the fresh i osdwo Bolevardsand Gaines. Apply to Mr".Wake Forest C to the best BWp @aWs Crest, Tb Htvf District. On bwI
ils with" whi L the MeDougall. is tst Coltage in the ,." I mtet Gorg.iS Co fereSPe, met &t Pleas- -b
IW 1ad the sem fmk Gold pfal set with traes eand tc hio e e bot waiee t ole the dllS Insta3t. e n
-I--h ofnea oihisateleandd. Wlo ams, Presidi=g Elder Of the
es atbheb. Ownerm fasAd anes at 1P(iar uth- I T a.yepism ch b jwasg -
mus wei ns2 ei Nrlieeslewtt tenderd a deligt. w ere b hei p la crt eacer ofa ttoer Ce om Isoi tl a e te t d 4 t411
ats claW sOs ^It wsser. = The F~. of1 Cirt 4
e ea s t I reserve a t -P.w a dw.t pr. n S r. w at atw w- e -
sor f^^egtJ Ir is. wiiplm1 wtr D V.^ ^ K". C. W. Joran ii'"ka d G S St e iin 1WdMu "
ors 6hsse 6 111l11 i1Wi r w W sm s 'an Ea ter tthe De.ff of tvinrWeSSltsa Wf A. .Wimn lfi
a the t home lan W- Fegart.s det a very s senseen P bm1' Dr P vs eryrSA .wa 0lafSf-
aUMve.= A0eue m friends he. We Me te her Dr. W. 3so 0a.h. a -WA.W

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The Best and Fastest Sewing Machine in the World.
Two Machines In One---The Standard Rotary and Vibrating

*Shuttle Sewing Machine.

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W E SELL THE EMANCIPATOR, an attachment, applicable to any Machine.
by Hand. thus relieving you of the strain due to constant foot Motion.
Read what Dr. McIntosh of Thomasville says:
THOMASVILLE, GA., July 23d, 1907.

The Golden Eagle Mfg. Co.
I have examined carefully your Sewing Machine Attachment. It
greatly lessens the labor of operating the Machine and thus lessens
the injurious effects of constant use of the Sewing Machine.
Our Mr. Williams will be pleased to call on any one, wanting to purchase a Sewing Machine.
He will be pleased to demonstrate the excellent qualities of the Emancipator when asked to do so.
And will make repairs promptly and in a thorough manner, being an expert on Sewing Machines.

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