STALLAWA$t, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909.
'' Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.
IO oUN TU S Frank TIMk Fcas so EWATs UWCTWo sl hl Thi
1 FoRI enb.vnaus n&
S& Itis Sa to be Abeat is Time. WAem In.. iMe asuw"l- Pates Sor- th Latter I
I Tk StgetIC u cs Visible Asa te fEe 6 Tear. D i sMd of the Past Wooe I
S. .A interesting as was the phenomena One by one the events contained in
1 w N of the total eclipm of the moon, last DtlOuCcS Alea i, Light an Tallahasmee's social calendar for the WAS I ttma ri Fof
a C ICCC m W-fll ^nalght,8 there is something better in store filt AMd SaTS Thq Art Ent- days passed since our last issue have Mi s o tf
l Agl I for us, for the same great cometal to C been erased as the function have taken
+01 $26iSBlld.na T 0^ nwas seem in 1861 is on its way to page Comgressman Frank Clark, of the place and become things of the past. Wn C W
ot WUWWe o+ the earth and it i calculated to begin to rida Dis ICt On Thursday, Mrs. T. M. Shackle. Talahassee, May $1, "I .
1he6 Joint Comittee appointed to be visible la the nortwestem part of the second Florida District, ..n the ord, President of the State Federation Editor True Democrat:
viW lt the State Institutions and make heavens about this time. This comet is national house of represeintatve, of Women's Club., entertained at lun- Havinr learned that an Im
slemaOn l.Suioconce rnming ame, con of immense size, the star im very large recently made a speech on the "Re- cheon a number of ladies, the majority Ht in learned that
tgof. 8?. C:r11 and D. Baker, T and bright avid the tail when it is near sponsibilities of a Re ~atative in of whom represented clubs from the exist in Tallahasee to th effet tl
Sfain of E. S Crill and D. H. Baker, eat the earth (about 14.000,000 miles) epnanofhisrn idi State at large. Thoee were: Mrs. R. Governor Drew had no authi
rthe senate, and Walter Pae,B.L.will spread over a la rgepartof th explanation ohi indicuin P Hopkins, President of the Wo- contract with me for the eoUt
Mtensie, Glenn Terrell and W. J. heavens. It wiil probably be visible for the tariff and W. J. B on Aril 5. man's Club at Live Oak, and Chairman the Indian War Claim I k
ku'lrmaoea, onm parofe r etar i.ehro re t able and his appearance before the Florida of the Librar Extension Committee of tension to the act of the l, Ia o
l. OranTe, onlthe part ofrtheHouse, re- The comet% like other more tractable legislature. The entire speech btfoie the State Federation; Mrs. Nathaniel on to he act of the Ford
pated as follows in reference to the heavenly bodies, do not move in circles. the legislature s printed in the con- Macon Thornton, first Vice President of lature ot March 2. 1877, authoritlagt
two State Institutions located in Tulla- but in orbits of long. narrow, oval groseional record, and from it extract- the Ormond's Woman's Club; Mrs. empowering the governor "to apip ,
hasuse: shape. While one end of the orbit is ed the following thrustsat certain mem- Samuel J. Hilburn, of Palatka, Pres- an agent (not an ofcer) to adjust
near the sun, the ter end reached in ber of the legilatre: dent of the Club at that lace, andennotan er to d
7, eL DA STATE COLLBGE FOR WOMEN, to immensity; but no matter how much "The legislature of ny State con- Chairman of the Household Economics settle all claims between the State Ia .
TALLAHAHSEE, FLORIDA, the comet tuyrs at ant'l tretchte. th vened in regular bienilal tesion on department of the State Federation; the United States Government growing
Your committee visited this college chain that bindi it ti,.. sun, it must April 6. 1909, the day following the ile- Miss Ahce Appleyard, Secretary of out of the war with the Seminel'kJ.
S1 May 14, 1909. No finer or more de- eventually re:;irn to it if it takes hun- livery (f mvy speech here. That legisla- Lake. City's Club, and member of the diana in the years 1i -867." AeSl l
.rhtful place can anywhere be found dreds of years. It h as in-n calculated ture, while supposed be entirely lorestry Department or the Federa- t A
We location of this College. At that this comet require, 439 years to Democratic, contains in he m"mber- tion; Mrs. Joseph H. Humphries. Presi- 1877.
++e College, too, there was an air of travel once, around it.iorlbit. When last ship of the house of r ese'ntative.A a dent of the Literary Club of Braden- In this connection I hand you
tentment and pride. The girls' fa- seen, in 18l1, it had entered ul on the few Populists, Indepe tns, and oth- town; Mrs. Charles A. Cal, President with copy of a letter from Capt A
said: "We are proud of our College short part of the orbit. "Short" is a era who have always in past trained of the Tallahassee Woman a Club, and L. Inglis to Governor Gilehrist,
rod of our State, and expect the relative term only, for through travrl- with the enemies of D cracy. but Mrs. Henry T. Felkel, Chairman of the more than a month before the
islature to help us to more accom ina n at an incalculable spetd, it ha- yet wh :are now masque g as tthe tniv Civics Committee of the same body. his special message, which piy '
a and better buildings, that required forty-eicht years to io to the real, genuine Democrat.eft on ~arth. Green and white decorations of roses sent to me by Capt. Ingls f or
a reds of other Florida girls nma, opposite side of the tin. Except in They wear collars up which are and fronds of maidenhair fern were as I might wish to make *f
the advantages we are having. 1861, the comet lsat passed the earth in branded in large letters. (one g-ntiine lavishly ueed in the dining room, both which I would very much like to
" .Tb importance of the work at this 1548, when the nations (f Western Eu- without our trademark. Yur'-, fur- as a c.nterpaece and as place cards on you print in your column, In
"Colle cannot be measured by dollars rope began to be civilized in eIrnest ever, W. J. B.' the luncheon table, and the same colors it may reach, through yor e
ad cents. Education that educates and the western world had just been RAS"JEEM were effectively carried out in the seven list, every newspaper in the St
and fit young women for their proper discovered. The earth wsa young and course repast which was so heartily en- Very tru
sphere In life i4 of the greatest impor- fresh and plentiful then. The next visit "Considering my declination to how joyed by ll present. which was so heartily en-
taweo. There is nothing the State can of the comet will be 360 vars from now down and worip Mr. ryan of Ne- l re
that will compare with this. This and we wonder what sort of an earth it braska,,as treasonable in the extreme, .
S ag true, and we feel that it is true, will look upon then? Wnat ii now its one Alexander, who halpens to be a A bridge party given on the same day JacksonvIlle, ., April l
the duty of thie State to in every best parts will then. perhApW, be barren representative from Velusia county, by Mrs.T. M. Lively was enjoyed Iby a His Excellency Allbert W.
way foster and build up this College to deserts. and who all the people olFlorida know number of ladies asked to meet Mrs. Governor of rlorida.
that high standard that the people of -.- -- has been in open hostilIt o the Demo- Jame E. Broome, of Quincy. The Tallahame, Ph.
Florida demand. The Tea mDesaandmets. cratic party in that Stat for the past rooms were made beautiful with elusters My dear Pried:-I, ikea
The work that is being done here isof A Chicago man who has a large num- twenty-five years, and who has never of purple china asters, and great bowls of your friends, have
Stheihrhem t and most thorough charac- her of employees under him ha posted supported a nominee unless itsuitei< has ful ot exquisite swetpe, and aft urpried at a report ~
The Colege is constantly gaining up in the various departments of his es purpose to do so, introduced in the the game delicious refreshments were around the country that
I usefulneassand in the affections of the tablishmont cards which bear the above house a re-olution censuring me aid in- enjoyed. poee the lWi&slature
people of the State. They are sending caption and the following terse rules doing the 'peerless' one. Guests present were : Meedamee Wailes' elai for s ervI t
daughters here to be educated, These make it very plain what he ex- "Think of thib, Mr. Speaker, a Broom,, Knowles Jones, of Savannah, to any one of our Statees ist
sehin c eersaln that the teachers are pects. and what he does not expect, of branch of a State legislature filing W. O. Ame'i George awis, W. usn destleM. eM all I
Sespetent and that the Slate furnishes tihoe who draw salaries from him : made to entertain a resolution having Harris, of Key West, How Gambl, a good deal im
IJramtion as food as the best.. Role I-Don't lie-it westes my time for its object the censure of h repre A. L. Bond, Msses Mary I Lawis. el *oe
Th oar the total btrollment has and yours. I'm sure to catch you in sentative in coftgress of the United Minnie Lewis and Clyde aney. with Mml
ben W -. VWith enlarged accommoda the end, and that's the wrong end. States for words spoken in debate in The prase for the bithest score, a W lnote at the time
tise, the attendance will doubtless be Rule ll-Watch your work, not the congress! Think of alaw-making body beautiful bridge whit set in a case, the ontreet or
te lower. @clock. A long d'y a work makes a long being asked to abandon its legitimate was presentedto Mrs. Howard Gam- Col. W l n fetl i he
The normal department, or school for day short and a day's short work makes dutie and resolve itself into a political ble. --- lhavnt bee me t
t e a Is well attended, and this de- my face long. caucus or mass meeting, at the heavy
rule II-Give me more than I expect expenstef the tax-payers, in order to Friday night, in resqngoe to a most first m1M, t 1 h10tIal ba
shul have every encthorouraghly well and I'll Pay you more than you expect. condemn the democracy of one man, cordial invitation orevously ext4mended enor rin '7. He )sod f toM
rsble, for shorglyt wel I can afford to increase your pay if you and to give another man a certificate as to the friends of Miss Clem Hampton- time that the State d -IWO
t ar pubic schoolsare to flour- increase my prfltm a democrat! and they are everybody-a brilliant that he was about a
l e msoo pupil Rule IV-You owe so much to your- "Alexander. whointroduced thisfool- company thronged the parlors of the Walle. at hs1 own
S the Schoot of Industrial Arts girls self that you can't afford t) owe any- ish rewslut'on in a grave legsisltive Leon Hotel to meet in a kind of fare- the Indian Wart
ta~htsewing, cooking and other body el-e. Keep out of dellbt or keep body, pressedforitsimm'eiite pisage, well to those ladies "connected by mar. be done b et
amti duties under one of the niost out of my shops. and aiven others l1.i'es hims-'f voted riage"Wih the preheat t egisature, pampers the
competent teachers. It was a pleasure Rule V -Dishonesty is n
vtthid ^mrtmnt andtoobredent Good men, lik.. gq,
Svisit this department and to observeta dent Good m en, uk good women, seven ato vorin was ne- Li it, of Ma- short. Ldies present who were ased before ar ld ps a
tie latna in every part Here the can't ,e' temptation when ty i anet it rnon county-who posed as one of the to assist Miss i amptonin the reception atin. At eaM t
gahin knowledge of a practical Rule VI -Mind your own ui-Ines, leadersuofthe populiat party in Florid;. of her many yubots were: Medsme e theStatewoullldhie t
dwracterof the everyday at airsof the and in time you'l have a uii,' s of when that organization was ,eeklni t. James G. Gtnses. N. B. Broward, 1). p failed toobtail it.
lel and domestic economy. We hope your own t, nmid. ovrthrow thel)emo'racy u thatStai'; Pattishall, Park Trammell, Amos. I. N. tract to pay Col. WslInA
te a this department grow until every ule VII- Don't do urvth;n. hre nd there was one Miller. from Lak. Withers, .1. I.. lidbirn, J. 11. Hum- Often myaold comrade,o
grl in th College devotes a portion of which hurra your *self- i 'e. The county, who, I am info,.rwd. w .nl phries, iI. II. McCre. y, F. M Hud. lock has told me of the
,.ah session to this branch, which we employ- who i- willing to f1r me a few years ago a.andidt Pfor over. so0. W. M. ,;irard,'u., homas M. WaS s n this COW, a"utiM
lnkas greatly needed aid should be *m'atMblel f fstealinf from, ne. or of another State on a t
SPpvery menr r of the 'VIII It s ition to the regularly nomainated ticket Brown,. G'orgr'e W. Davton. 1. E. Me- believe that if you will feed
latur. should, if pos-ible, make- w,i't you do at night. [ut if di,.ipa.- of the Democratic party. Ln. It. E. I'ose. W. I Hardee, Cha. the evidence taken by the
t thishool Y u will bepleas wh at you d nxt day, 'These were the lea r in the move L. Kinuwle, W. A. acWleamns, .1. P. mittee, with Mr. Blmast
with the work, iad youhiveidub k yu la o hslf as much ea I deriand. you a meint to censure me. and. i read rne a StIKe, W. V Knott, (.o,,rt Ii. Gur- and also the evidence o mel
here aenur yoa, u ndr tha h Las ln t te l u' whr d lesm in democratic f ,.h arid .rty man iand Mi.is AliceTh.rea Appeyard. loxham, J Rudge,*l
her o latda, undrr it t hsat r.ah "- IX I)>n t tell mI what I'd like- levalty. I Madmit that :'i wi rframeeni- At the east entrance ,tl.x/l Mrn. W and General ulloek th
s I orda. undertr Uct L to h ar. But wh tt I ouch s t, hea I nently ppproper for then, 4s indidua; N .h.ts and Mis L.az 'r,:um tore- he itart to ame the shamel of
The committee regrea s than t I .th. f,; i- :n't wa~ nt vaf t to my vyity, ,at I plitcians. to laud trhe ,''le'a'cv of oe\.t th,
faVe not beeas i hand with Xhct'> tt :"""'1,,,n for iy d l ar theer illuetriouu examplar trn, Nebras. tel, ad a'. thu sooth ,,,atrane.. occupied the fair name of the Statefs
llks the improvementa4 conlem-l.l.d ptl.iho .1,l hr, were* Mes* 1. for one, would fel Imortiled
Sis rget nteed forat new Cillee ',u're worth while k r," I ':,t richt or their compwten'' a ',, ti n j, dl.m".s (,. Talbot Whti1 aI d tCruby tae State of Florkla continue 1*
Sal. T'e old butidin aIs i r-cie'ei wo.," tie citti)n ,. .. nt E; rtt Li ment on te character ,f v demnvrie'y. ).awkt .. the brand of repudiatkn usa
;many -pla.cesand rely has : na; r apt '. -, When those three t ; .,ul v..,,-. Lit..'r ,,n ,I : i, ... *j.y.d bly the violation of a contract under
sace of being dangerotma We ..'uli 1ch eNon' Gifts are Poor t.-d lolit.ians, together v.,h hl.ir I. *' yi "* Ijl*. o il,i ,','l r'lto by nu the refusal to do justice tbe C
Heawt to the board o( C.inrii ru i h .d f o. 'wecr naguidei follower fu in .thin s.," iuYurn -hol| by MI i I.'t/ ,ar iches- eunstlllataion will not allow theB
a late Board of Eth-lu .tsu n r1 .7, < f th 1 1" w ete tera/,s; r manlh effortto have t), .u-e ce:aur- tla, awl much urinksia ,,l .iiCaoun4 i*-- be nued without the content -tof the
Wnrk hedone a soon aslpssshl. Aill ,of 'hw vr,.att,.t gifts th" 4o1 has me without a heariradclng itrhoit na- col, Il.m,,"iiue lrorn :,e l;1ct punch alature. and the refue'al to grntTrUC
thmnal dormitory toom as nT.-.i,+d, ,. ..' ,+' to w",,n,, writers M. (). I.hne lce tohe thefuth r fnr'dth i'n.ra r of hOWl, on a h,' veiT. n'La ca I" lu!.ed an our children will never live lon enoiq
his slioO should be pmrovn!.i-d tr Mit hr tof \,. wi N I". ths mo.t weighty ru.'.,,-,.s n wae p,+.t- thro'uglt t. evenil.L'. to see the repudiation remuvrd
y date '. c med to a future dau, nii the hli,, Gi.rv.'.r (,lh'hri wa; t.n ,, .y 'n trst yr wi-U pardon nm as a f
SAl Infirmary sould he er.t".d, or .. ns ,a tendered me an v -lt.'.sn t,,,o le eito ritrcev n, but m hea rtily swp|eorted y)u and wc'
of the new drma w h' v at :irl or of ud jubi- nd make' ataw#r t, the o ,,us cLhg,. a', ,. niv e e ilei sti h for your election, tr writing toe
ls.t lsheuld be so arranged trat a psr- rot h,.sath. I. quickly esNrv It- laid at my door." 'u u u t.,, letter, but often ii my travels
n leneessityto have asmel~ p t' p 'l. ft e ., 'h" .ino vT Ep o,' t a, i, thez matter of this rrop'ndiatlut
i.' the sack could be careri for rp "r ni. .a. h as sal E Inc day laset w ek ae s i I' p l bth t, ,,r i,.i- I 'tuancial men, uft.' cunmen
Imenanrr. The campus gr',uu* :. a.i I,.'iv. Try thevn. n,''.ret. at all ireary, weak and e.ar' t r. ,,'. h'h-r. wre rh th. shame. I beg to state fu
Sbe improved, and the whel .... -;. 1 we'.t .lo.r we heard n' ~t i,,,', 1* i""" '" rv : th fusr'c wha t in confirmation oufwhat l
MF sh sl ither be enclos" lt w iinst,,- -1v.. t I -_ -- .~--ZZ.. ..__ tappirsvt,,trlia atIi i l carria. :IIi crn'aot r; i i i,'' Y1 a 54. I ii ?tIS l1ejlleek told M,.; I happen to
etfrom being tres-paxsrdii,; e ,-_ -_ '--' inj PO.!. ras-lotuiv sit sitS? -are-iciouvi AIt-I.i'ev 4 ( ,'IV IIIn 'eb of my tripse to Wa4hin
I'tweo'.rcmmendM theaL I it' 14i% zomk wi.' i-. ot11 0
il~~~l I a r(,"'sfqiiaCil. I W -r t.e J ." ttiiS Vailes. heavy expense, and
ParltdfrteFoi. e tidf)btior.,tl w it *!ti~d l 11w) ii -ir nw 'muII "Ceti-oarnv men he' e~mployeld in few
~ '-eftie' Ii rk. Wett'rer ,itht lm e. I.1!14 11M !! A d or papers re, itred In this a .
mptuvernenrt *I< I he time vnhe ##-w, rk I,.chrek was isurniivg th',,ri f rs s i~tflaci ;s,.n',,~ardifeLailhees tl ctisamatter
af hi ly l.'is iietl i. 'he ~ if-p ''ro' "Are you ltit#- fn n 0 witst lip wr*- Iio: sic-i.- '-,1110 ofao'- si d"5iithwh
$-,t' I d. 0 ft Ieist sw nin'odmitt Te.rwlnr.Thswriialiag 7"(what w'1 nriv '-w:?h this.IA 'e' k: r.'.vil 6 11tenI '' sentN-irth Mirlcieg sohave olf or ishweedwho
Total tmc i 14" tr ser. Th.4rtiot ghiit"I11l t YIh. -i.4nr w44 o'*r -, ire- LtIa.'. tie, .fi,-r wetotIFri l a ae ol-ab sd
'..o.,,I peej m4 lt h-atwfi mipuo t qsse'l, sa Iwo," I,, I% -ck repudiation and distkusesty. kksaa&
~.OWX&A iurrlUCiTRAL ..\i) 5'fik:Nl A2Ifromci ltsaSiate- Inc t.u'eilfg4 art- in- "'-erweto are t', tomieo gr oin t auhIe rn.ieoi A i II r"I .. Aciti, I anlV41111.wr,
CAL VOLJ.5G3 Fou 41Pi,.u5. ie .:- ,e'sui i na'y i'hae'ive'u ahh'i bl etei tt heIeest li'' esslthe:me_ ft''r. I .*~~~~ n n just debthatWt
Te tevitethis m)! Atiu Ip ~pI t)WC (ee-that Ile( 1a' ie of ('sjfOf to twat us sore 'Thiwia *,Iwll Ie-eit-aio' -,I" I W tita V' '-1,11.- 1iterA Aa id .SerIyu f
q~ttft inafsited his 8 i ~ a'lwl a c.n sL'.~taaern"gi%-q ,credit osptot-it.' thit"', : le's, i-t flori*j, to .1 1 ;1'." .P-'. 1", 'vilies11,me A..euf ia.tscre~yufa
W i afic ro~nu t, I t eelWA, 44 ,,In s Ploir aranrob, d llar nwero II Jo- i' .r Ispa'- fi .I..] etp en'''''t
usin dieb&kof room. Itjolt.theremorre reriremntnenuthott thwereIe *,, I take, t n o ic .&pIapeu r fI i -.ttiWet-
intth ttn'a581 hu f~5A h Il~ e Upk- .ri~ec s~vele in.s youtaNever C"a.Tu
as Z gwe be remedied at an'I sT'nptintw'd. foir Otie lrida Airricalau- Ito tas sQE)jd as it hais bet-A lwI ji'r-' f A VAiIFl leart. just exactly the causti' of youar
about tia.; ral andM eclvtical Ctithiege fur No- Whilmpeorlwe s1rel# woeiel hus mietoalv IThe moat delicate part of a baby is uisni, but you kon paso he
bw*@ an.ppil' rret l pnus Iwo himoreve if ruely oy. lhVSkisdc-Irear;it's ba'w8lsEveryaail'unt thAt It @Uf- you kiow, that Bia~ ti
Weo se hecon-Aariuhmt ExraI Buikoing atwo #-,r&y1.00 Mtrealed us ii is manner we flt' fers with attacks the liott'e~s alao en-toeat waill cut* it ? rihes
I* 1ftf 08thecowAgrculuirj Bildng oo~bitfy iinedto shout hs,ieaaener-onl v hue qtl:d elangening in raost catie the life of tMhe or,"dUW teswelling MW
064 mm eDOW Nam__ re10 EVlwhina mre.-Braidoeetwn Ii MA3..'. baIWIII 1bY Elixir. Cures joints sol, MW"ielstIlladsetha
17 ------- --------- _I________ eraid., ,,dysentery avid oall jiranfe. i dtad da 41
&.Vol- Nedet mpilet. hae of straw Lots ho meetwt of t~he stonuvieb yr bowells. "ol Prkee3.,it.W c-
do -ft -, -W, -
a Iftwtle 3. Ap"imds
7no Do owesW eOn ~id RNpow~
so Law. onar.
rsw l. 3.i. 3W.
The Legisalature adjowrns today by
emnstiautiolal limit, after a session of
dxqt working days. The laws enacted
wl bepublished in a future imue of
I T True Democrat.
Jula Ward Howe has attained her
o b Mirthday.
E1Me the Legislature is done and out
Sw* b eot we go to work now to build
SWean to have no Pinellas county as
et, What a pity. There is so much
apheMy In the name.
4t win be a hard thing for Tampa and
Peteburg to dwell hereafter in
Sesame eeouty as unity.
SI weed seem from the recent con-
aI tef speaker Farri that all his po-
l ead dough has been cooked.
The Thahease mrerhant who does
a advertihe in The Tnrue Democrat li
. 8 shoe eam to bring him trade.
T Legisltu did not em-amy
/ le law, bet killed severalob-
n Io bile t at obtruded themeelees
odthe two bodo .
hM fer the reft of Miss Iea
has pased both the house
sno aTe* Tar Juoteee to a most
pai qultry over which the
speat seomsiderabsle time
ihig more than a farce, as
gemer mlet the legislature un-t
that be is not an extra aeaesion
mkse som great emergency
a t ,e talked of extra Messlon
sqlobehd by him.
Wm s -gves as her reseon for
a n tariff, "Men arn the
woman th* eonmerms." T he
pb predees Imn orde that the wo.
Sensgime is stil to be heard
aves i Newsuggests that the
SP. St the brainy young
h m Pad ele uW t puteon-
W aking. Thiss eeenm of
Sam s tnatlen a s the pub.
to Aruemes Wad's ohm.
Wk WO eet is o Iswlbeaft
O enoto w 4109t.la
S..-B I*eaw l ea. s1- 0
W M& d m I4
e isLdo9 eWN1 IA
atAbm tpa d
at Mebegg at m. (
, kt k&~MEed, m .s.Ien meorm
i' mi>dae to eeo ise a Chamberof Co
The movement is sot intended to U
Stageoise any other organisation, be
Those intersted are exmdingly am
lo1e to promote the welfare of Talal
base There is ach that esa be as
ceam Ihed this city by concerted at
then. In fact, areely a day pamin
That do not briag a opportunity to
nowm good work.
A meting of the progressiv eitise
of anl veeatios wi be ld soon, and
is hoped that a vigsreua organisatih
wil m lt.
ViTAL stATiStcs 33313.
We still hope that some day thean
will be tablished in each county aes
of the State, a bureau of vital stati.
tie. It is very Important that ever]
marriage, birth and death should be re
eerded, and full particulars in regard to
eheb traasaton recorded. Such ears.
feinm may be the cause of muck satia-
factin in days to come in tracing fan.
iesa, hunting for heirs, etc. Thus may
seem of little importance now, but the
day will come when the importance of
sueh records wll be grasped.-Miami
It is of great Importance now; has
always boon of importance, and will be
et still greater importance as the State's
population grows, and every economic
quation beomes more complicated.
There can be no excuse for the failure
of any county to keep an accurate re-
cord of vital statistics, and county au-
thorities should see that physicians and
others concerned in the work are made
constantly to toe the mark.-Pensacola
bOTEING CRIMINAL IN TNKLCT.
The letter written by Messrs. Bridges
and Alges to the St. Louis brewery,
which resulted in their dismissal from
the public service, has been shown The
True Democrat This letter reveals the
fact that they only proposed to lobby
In the interest of a bill raising the alco-
hol average from lI to 2 per eent on all
eamr boer drinks sold in the State of
Floida, for which they asked 6$00 cash
Iad 800 on the successful peasage of
While the proposition of the young
men was exceedingly unfortunate, there
was nothing criminal about it. It was
ot proposed by them to in any way al-
ter sy noord as was currently rumor-
ed Jut after the tranaction.
Mr. Bridge* is very highly esteemed
a Tallahabsoe, and his life bheretfore
Ma been an exemplary one. He doea
not condone his fault; n fact, like a
true man, sems desirous of assuming
the greater responsibility. The young
men told the fall truth on the examina-
tion, attempting to conceal nothing.
Teo True Demoeat hopes that no
greater amount of wreng may be impu.
ad to Mr. Bridges than he really do-
erves. He has been punished aul.-
ilently for his indscretion.
W3P3 TOl PM mNISIS CLZAi.
We are apnprae ag the season of
ummer diames, aad there heuold be a
ysteaate eAle A of th eLty and a
we erganismd effort t keep elesa du-
ag the umalnder the bet meaths,
Clmenlmn is eemmemiahi at all
tass, bet s emmer it Is haetely
me ndlaldit ftheei hai me soG-
be adapted at tMe earM est pr-etl-n-le
Itmi eows th the yaliMa
M Omf i SeghM i had s.
hen amen f eviL
he a--l-- a __ -_is a -e -
eghied -ow eepobsliebh"et
Waf bes thinbamb 1 hema"si
me a 0sm At mahms
mW ha poidb dnama 2% abs we
-&-w mbe a ies en nw Ill.
bnI b be esbatm dof then.
dwben a #w enm. Mol
A" win "W Sol" to~s
Idwuv NOWi- isub
-W do iw
I as o pub0 i st efed tby
a te S"P040 oeu ,daid d1 leo t fal"
Th bill haalredy padoed the smate
. Mad ew goe to the goderor for his
L- The governor has vetoed the public
- school appropriation bill, beauseeit was
The legslativEmilloatedat Tals-
" i n will ceane to gridme week
fr tstoday. Tbhs legilaturo has probe.
My domeas litt harm as y sessien
SW heUd in the tste.-Pleat City
n Well, we should be grateful that we
have esaped the unoembered ills wb ec
the openiag of U the es promised a.
A eorrepode t wats to kaiw f it
t s, realy sothat certaa Florida ecoon
* ties sed certain m to the legislature
SJest to get rid ot them for two moeths.
SWe refuse to betray a eonhdens. -
" W Ull, If the people at home can stand
Them twenty-two mouths out of two
years, TallahaNoee canmanage tobe
agrooble the remaining two. Just send
It is rumored that R. Hudson Burr
will retire permanently from politics at
the end of his present term of ofcCe.
The rumor is confirmed by his recent
alleged lobbying against the newspapers
of the State before the enate.-Jack.
Why, Instead of retiring, it is rumor-
ed here that the gentleman expects that
his excellent (?) conduct of the railroad
commission will land him into the gub-
A Connecticut rooster is said to have a
wrecked a $10,000 automobile. And A
now the owner of the hen that laid the
egg that hatched the rooster that b
wrecked the automobile is receiving or-
ders by the hundreds for a sitting of
the egg laid by the mother of the rooe-
tar that caused the wreck, if indeed, it i
can be proven that the hen that laid the v
egg that hatched the rooster that
wrecked the automobile is the mother
of the rooster hatched from the egg the
Dee Moines, Iowa, has an inovation-
an anti-treating saloon. The proprietor '
of thie novel institution controls fifteen
other saloons and declares that if the L
venture proves a success he will install
the same system In all the others. Bar- t
tooenders in charge will attempt toinduce
drinkers to accept a aubstitute for liq- A
nor in the form of buttermilk, sweet 1
milk, tea, coffee and other soft drinks.
The liquor habit will be discouraged as e
far as poesaible in harmony with the |4
ideas laid down by the Iowa temperance t
lameala sad State Lime News.
Mr. C. E. Dickey' of Bradforville, c
came up to Dogwood one day last week c
and Mru. J. C.Trke returned to Brad- a
fordville with him. She went to wait e
on her sister, Mrs. 8. Dickey, who was sl
quite sick at the time. We are glad to
say that Mrs. Dickey is much better,
aceerdinl to later news.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Brown spent i4
Saturday with their daughter, Mrn. J. a
u. Ferroll. A
Mr. and Mras. C. B. Dixou, of Thoma- h
ville, visitod Mr. ad Mrs. T.T. Hill, *
the parts of m. Dixon, several day s
wa a111h of lamst week wa
were aas is the smaahouersof A
"vemisat thewo de ," (whene t
the iddA Stat Cedlege waa a esew
eiatl ineaajtetio) "steadft. has td
Coaege IpM wed uatG nmEw i the fl
year of its existase Ithas ai el a
grien ita seqpah t
gm"Toi afta. lflo d 6e
May member of the Ta"_am ue i
odil Pnblhsi M-ea yy T
man Literary bowet ad theMlsr,,
Club A t SmtamteC
Woesa. Thh weeasnes e hm
de is a large ma iisau i a
me- and wenOR who abeen w
stiven to5make this 110sfilin
sem. Bowev,, bendM tm a
eenM lwe h h spled em M
"WIt ready aetnd a m iwnmr1
ealmad tho water tat wln
inomene was felt ad eday to hi
may be attributed the brma-y wh
ha always existed between stiudeat
a nd faclt, faelty ad pmelil. so
t iw th most asane tha
"It is hard for a man to step intothe
place of one as Om verally beloved iasIs
Mr. Murphoe. However, that we feel
deeply the lts of the latter by ao
m ans ignif that we are not ready
to yield aeg oe to the former. As
faul students, we stad ready to
belp r. Cooradi hi work to the bat
of durability, and It hallbeour en-
deavor to ako the way into which his
life is fallen as pleasant, profitable and
successful as may be.
"Dr. Conradi, though of German pai
rentage, was born in Ohio. He took ris
A. B. and A. M. degrees at the Univer-
sity of Indiana. Later, be received his
Ph D. in khiloeophy and Education at
Clarke University. He has been en-
aged in educatWoall wok in Florida
for four years as principal of the Nor-
mal School at St. Petersburg. During
that time the school has grown from an
enrollment of 600 to 1,000, and that too,
after the support which the school had
hitherto derived from the State, had
been taken away by the 'Buckman
"Dr. Conradi is a man much respect-
d ina this State as an educator, and his
effort along this line have been untir-
ng. If anything" could compensate ua
for the lo of our old president, it
would be the retaliation that in the
new we have a man eminently fitted by
temperament, scholarship and eeeu-
five ability to be the president ofa Col-
ego for omen."
Thirty-five eountie of Florida were
opreeafted last year at the College for
women. Not counting Leon, Gadeden
md Hillaborough sent up the largest
number of students, 26 coming from the
former county, and 2u from the latter.
Loon' representation numbered 65.
Number of students ranking above
h eleventh grad of tanard Senior
Hogh soola, in the College of Liberal
Lrte, was 101. Total number in all de-
afrtments ranking above tenth grade,
The number of graduates at this past
ouumuencenent, excelled that of any
lasa in the previous history of the Col-
Ige, and the list of undr-graduates in
he College of Libral Arts shows an ex-
eas over any former record.
The above are facts gleaned from the
annual 1900-10 bulletin of the State
ioigae for Woman, which has been re-
ently iaoed. This bulletin is carefully
ompiled and edited, and gives complete
nd itemised information concerning
sch and every department of thia in-
On next To eday evening, co.aaenc-
g at S o'lok, Memora Day, a day
st apart for the comnemmorationof the
Wad- will be oberved by Leoan Lodge
o I. o. 0. F., at tIse Ledgroom,
ad llthe members are ean etl -
aested to bo present, alo all viitig
dd Fllews l e dety. Aa oerator or
Ia weasims has bmselected, who will
ienMe a sleyar th e deesemed Odd
.red by the Orde. tibroumeaht Ba
W-- --- --W, --O -- *--
Iwhre "e ba is a ofthe
wment Oer t wente-
st thiome amd em "en
kk- f k amd b
u- -- -- -- ---- -W-- -W i
a oriteb vioa *"s we
sp a oewIpapers,
n> -er sevemaw
Mar e-em et ase em meer
Oaen.* Apply i Mrs.
. ^A *ftP%4EI A
7SWAM We e
tuhe P umpi abe show V
I mbe a maon el ,et e imaeO W
r Afllthe i m bseson a- ow, 4ms inog
fbe is w r have
muc todsb b is the aw -
v alble psin and
mineral resource mwree
touhd. We ana the verge
awakening. Let as not tur eve
siep a little longer, but bei aw
awake d tve. There
do. Let as be upand dolg .
A few matter requ ir td mle
and prompt attwmtio n a ow at h Ima
The Georgia newspapers ar e bd' *S
with news regarding the suamobUte
Why not extend a united Invmtatl
to the automobilists to vist TOa s.b
Our roads are reedy for them. They
can make a trip from Thomwmvilole
a beautiful road and retuar via Ba b-
bi= over as prt a road aes cam be
fo anywhere. That aw d advM
our omtry splendidly. A r&UmeW
be of much bent to Leon county. -
A. C. L. is now building this way fto
the southeast. Why not, at e s, ii -
vite themto buid to TTallahassee
Thewe are a anumbefr othmamtuae .g
terprs which am be buik
aad large proip made, be viua g1
employet to mayeopLe We he
the raw material aVd s h ameng as
with plenty of brain and brawn tosn .
re large oestabli ments Only a few
days age Gainsville M shipped
one day, forty car leads
Our lands are m oe th
Alachua county aiads, am we a
nearer to the c oaoumlhg
There is no such talng am
tion possible in the of
bbes, it the sale is hadlied.
Lot ua, by our own settd"yi she
others what can be done, then ot
people will come and join us In the d-o
velopment of our am nificent anu ,
Let us betup and doing.
Miss Martha May Cline, director
the school of music, and Mi k M b
any Clinediretor of the veshe de.
rtmen, have taken aa p em th
e near Poughkeepsre r
will pee t he summer. The laJmtis
t. u for Jackonvile, ftm e
eple will sell via the Ciyde
or New ork. Arrived at thir
nation, they will be joing e b
mother, Mrs. Cline, from Little
PartiM desiring to bu memmaial
work of the Capital e Oa. e
warned that maumneumbr
A. 8. Whea .rA.
W. H. ftshma Ph.
T. P. Eme,ahmn, Ph
ff.esaeg ias, aros rVIn
wre *Bimpeon- a- we stalibsae
ANw SO=daoC t
ITngs t AL a IONCO^.
I --~ ^ ^- ^
... ... ... ... ... .
nw "m aul re3w. 3m
A.. .!.- A.
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4. .. *WA
I have often been in other cities and heard men sayr "I could have bought THAT property for $500 three
years ago. NOW it worth ten times as much. '
I can A yU ropert IN TALLAHAasm that will ell for five times the p ent price within five yea Let the
knockers wag tir heads. Tallahamee is no longer "a back number." She k coming to the front.
1ims--O Gdedam St. ear Park
Av. 6 Room Cottage Somthi
ei about tM Come adise me
rt It, Uberal terms.
No. 6. IL
o00--Pretty httle 4 Roam Cottage,
laa front and back. treea
Corner lt and good neighborhood
Terms, $100 cash, balance $17 monthly
at 8 per cent.
No. 9. R.
$1500-Coy 6 Room Cottage. MaI-
oSa ights Park Ave. Lot 130x200
feet. Bar and other out houses. Low
of Fruit. Fine Garden. Poultry Yard.
No. 12 R. Special.
$O50-Beautiful Location, fronting
180 feet on Jackson Square. Fine
hborood House has 7 Rooms,
bath ete, complete.
No. L R.
4130-Exe@lmt Loamtio, Monroe
St, near the Court B Large lot.
No. 14 I.
$rl0O-A Good 7 Rom Hoose, oppo-
site capiteoL Medem tamproverynts.
4 Briek Stores. Rat 80monoth, noew
and up-to-date. Prie $11.400.
2 Storm, ~od location, rented. Pays
12 per cent after deducting taxes and
insurance. Price $7.500.
Oftee Building. Monroe St. Pays
A Hotel on Monroe St.
Three lots one block
College for Women,
south of State
1 at $125. 2 at
I Late on Magnoula Bhtlgt'$m Oae.W
8 Lt a ltUtle further ut on Mag-
asoa Hights. $110 each.
10 lata mar Governor MaMRi, i*m-
mediately wet of Lon Gerove. Prie
(SM to $"
JI0o Ms, about 4 mMles from the city,
n Tbomasville road. Pine land. Prie.
$8.50 per eacre.
No. 7 F.
2,000 aeres on the St. Auguetine road
near Chaires. Well proved. Several
hbadred acres in a hih statosf culti-
vatio. PFine land. EIht years ago
owner asked $8 per acrae Present own-
er absemt and offer to sell cheap.
Prie now $6.50.
No. 9 F.
94 aer 4 miles from city on Miceo-
mkhroaed. Nearly all cultivated. Rental|
well and never without tenants. A flal
farm. Price $1,150.
'c. 10 l.
40 series, m St. Aimnutn reaod
ille o.t, sno bmlMis.& e l weed
located. It quiek wi ml no s .
No. 11 F.
9(areo e the Qlmy rmed, about 1
mile from the iy. AU right w tho
No. I. F
M50 ae. The prrttiest P s mar
thoity. OnBel Ar ruad, mile oet
ButifhIfll & ad graud v w. Plenty
of fruit, fne spring, a eiortw ad well.
Land prodomes ae Nearly aH
culetivated. Some Worth m*re
than asked. 8 rom home, barn, c.
80 aeres on Lake alMsa merd, elee
to city limts. Good lad. Puma mad
Fruit. Flne water. 7 room hee.
VFle location. Very chep at price
MNSRIS WILL EARS. In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Low County, Florida.-In
j,. ,110th. ms aDay Fi cbxe a. y.
Odeve VWX616, -U o.wn a, V ptew- vs A--
twer o a nnmlaofthem .... mW... the Ieent e"do
GovrnorG ierot has axed next Fri- W11,.'M lnseas
Jl t, a1 the day for tM exe-o u **a tn "
S AM O MfAk Merri, the nero mur- IATP.MAIo BT A13T AVr nMLD IN
A--ieof a4mShrfw. Lwuptoe. tee eta.. d heA t-thet Bnr DM a
St is a e ad-t tM i. e d t ( tM ia tv of
2U.o dilal paperws wre turned over .State*ad Florida.and t at t M d.
o te Governor one week ago today, fe e has bee. .eet f.m is amuI .
40d She.rs an *S n91,of the mira- i S e .y zt mewrl
l ed the day of execution, ute for "a order of SS tMs UM
-the 1 two wees in which to *aove *M*. ad assthe sai r enfeae Isovr
pop- f ei it Present rmldta e t eM United,
l W. M. Corry, a prominent busi. n sniti a i a the
a an of Quincy, weli-known in Tal- amid defeat be ld requd to
W aas, win visitor in the Capltal w M ll MteOtb r A. tD oM d m
ly pt of the wek. wnSeet te ei trtheSbl atm h 1i he takes
Ssidene an North Monroestreet, "ItIsa to edo sa6 this ider b
kriy kown as the Shine hom-o way e- rfw mm neesiio Is tOe
M a ne weovated th
.c f a .lm -- D. as0.. "p
Mr. C. o Carrab for ~
tomiweren muda7mAa am'y
teem an Friday 7 ^7 WW Is -he Uml W *-- 5
_-m -A ".-w. --
wg Wa at dS
t a m nesal t aB ensedt r S
is "d m-ita v a
H a -aw Sk
Hamilton Tension Spring
Shears Free to True Demo-
The Greatest Premium of the Ag.
The Tesion Sprig attachment dom away with reshurpm
Ing entirely aod cables the er to st the temles a I
rivet so that any kind efjatrial may be eat withe p
ease, without tiring the hea Tim TowmIe S1puilg tebMs
all wear on the rivet, maki a the HIEARS pr tid
DBMTRUCTIBLE. A o*pI trm of the lttlethmb llim
hown in th engravin, tigtems up the Mades am at
may be deirl. Aay wem wo has haod themm
expwrlo e of tryIng to mea d6lpairf et gham s
appnrmeate the almof tM Mw ti. WmICE W
THIS PAIR OF BSHARS ALWAYS "hap lma In p
et esmoditiom. No mater how marps -oft shdMi A
ieMonr you may hv d t hem ye .e al hed'. -aw
with the Tenslim 81prin. and whm yes ge tad mf-
rm will me It eI per"mee* *m m o hsr ymw mery r
Theme SHEARS a e pwserfee*h led ad h ele .l
plated *aSht lt ueb i m leatlL
ft q.aty *f tohe m seul Ml wurkm- p lan tp*e
CMoetisat aammpnles 'every -p qaill 4a V
p-r e shm BRhAlS er l ay way basemes
wthim FIVE TYARS fe.M date of puee w IMtobe'
ple=d with a NEW Par wlkth et." |.
How to Get the Shears.
Muw m thie mk mdm.A a moMey edwlew .w
The Tm Do-e_ t m- ye ad a pair al hA m
be mno"talld e. o w ten des llyk ^ b
Ts Dmestat T **sha*e*. ---.** a
* ~ &
..# .1 1"
R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
M s 80. Office 103 S. MOrem SL Mre B kk ddll. Aschted with J. T. oerindd So.
- A'.u .
- ~,. i,-;
* ~ 1
Everything in Suimmer
Goods for the Hooxusm.
J HAMMOCKS, PORCH RUGS,
FT0-RCHIRCCKERS,| [ FORCH SWINGS'
j VUDOR PORCh SHADES,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Cox Furniture Company,
93 South Monroe
Wunmmnsenon n 'oo onusmmmI
Why Not Make A God Appearance
(001) APPEARANCE means a whole lot in this world- especially when it rests upon a
Many things appear good but the goodness wont bear inspection.
lI"k ro ol is all right, but to BE good is a hundred per cent better.
( )irroh o/~ t onlylv i/pto. good, Ibut they ARE good.
Their sN1/Il' is good.
Their construct ion
'[he ir ff! I i. good andI their p~ric'ei are rettsonable. They give
their owners a first-
C 4.~tap pta:W.llt0,'t. 14 l ths, cleker you .*'x-vi.nnote thehen ttthehI)y-look.
l'ig~iS, Srrief, R'i:, a -,,Land almost any thing on w~heels.
I h, t>.'ki L:eBWIA m.I ciut crefuLly SseeIctedl line of
The Vehicle and Harness man.
IA ;Old l(W;'. ()""(T Illy line.
I .! i t x r.; .1 p io lilil 'i I I*i:,- ,.* .
91 ) ( j t
Hea t Remedy aad Re-
S a e,~ Narn ; we did a
4 to-ht youd Improw eent- was
l indrt from ithe vy rat.L He
t; rem"d a" their Camferme n
ap S ave him a d R. He
o er flt bbettier atbug he
T very heavy work aM d oes
a great R&I of w p o met=
ork. i ams o dai weto
yoew advice aad gave him the
Heart Remedy will do. Get a
bottle fom your druggist and
have organic trouble, if it does
not beneIt you take the empty
4 bottle to your druggist and et
your money back.
The follwi beautifl memorial wea
Oreda at a met hld i Castle Hal,
of C1ee LodwsNo.1, Knihtaof Py-
tbisw at Laeiaaew-. INa ,190M:
W tV = the bed of ailetlom resta
up=a the hboe ofanyotm ,weahdmo am-
deavor to aSueviatae b It When
aeirw comes to the hbose of our friend,
O- daty ls thern tooMamfort, toeomaole.
to ak m fel that thy which
makes as an skin .a R h uh the
e du that surround him it to the
stan that ai baey m& brother
ad frtied has bee vistd by the grim
reaper, sad she who han stood by his
side aad by a the graes and virtus
tat m ke a hap ho.. ha bees a
kind and lovingwfa, h beena take,
and bher remoal has left a void that can
everbe lled. But we will point our
brother to her iasy ylrtues, as she
perform th duties of this life, toher
mob woaood, to bar lovely dpo-
aides, asd above all to bar chritim
character. She is not dead, but habe
been transplanted to another sphere,
e wh we should o re to mest her.
extend to our their, Phelps War.
G Wilon, the heartfelt sympathy of
each and every member of ouar lode.
(Signed) J. C. Calhoun,
J. B. Pruitt,
D. A. Simmons,
The S Beaew
is ot two kinds-conceit and the big
head that comes from a sick headache.
Does your head ever feel like a gourd
and your brain feel looee and sore 7
You can care it in no time by acting on
your liver with Ballard's Herbine.
,I't it worth trying for the absolute
and certain relief you'll get? Sold by
-'Hardse-Smith Co., Drggists. 16-1m
5 or 6 doses will cure any ase
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 7-13t
Monthly Financial Statement
01 County Board of Public Instructbon.
UTAys or FLAmA, CouwrrT or Lao.
Tallahasse. iea.. April 1 191A.
To Em. Rar7 T. PFohel. CWrk Cirealt Court:
ar- lM --t with getimo I. chapter 48,
OiftV we booby vernb fle with yota the fea.
htem id liftMaal statement at all ashool
m-erm. rw.d. 9 op..Uan.u memade aMd w
2 d er* t* wo meeth eb=ag the ast
itowi A. D. 1-;
MCAVNULATIO Or COUNTY rUND.
L MWatib-lla trem t pw last
mstm t................ at.A
L. Si& I meath as itmied
W = !......................... P410.79
MA. W WW.,zt .uedo g- pthi
Co Ittal 'aeta have.
J. IL PATIYUMN. abmm
K. L 1.Ssu~w
Our Cypress Tanks
Excfles ia M atrial and WorWakmahip.
Thmese me inds AOmws as *"m isO ear -*
mnd sae mesft b m r.
OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Fursishing Lumber ia all Grend at Low
YOUR INQUIRIBs ARB sIOUcao*D
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,
Wat y Let ofr
I Watcs Before
F is not
watch is the
The Hown D b the reasoned
co..ebinotion of the finest material
and workmanship ever put into an
very HowAD is adjusted is
its aw, and price-ticketed at the
factory-$35.oo to 50So.oo. The
rice is, wr cut.
We are distributor for this di.-
Howard. Elgin, Walt-
ham, Hampdem, Illi-
nois and other cheap-
er grades in stock at
all times. Every
teed. Drop in and
se : : :: :* .
I Always Take
P. T. NICHOLSON, iEL.
OGG. 'N. CHILD.
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
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings. Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.
R. G. FERRBLL,
(5ccomor to A. T. RMIss)
AII Kinds of Fresh Meats
guarantee&. Give me our orders.
Ring ap Phone No. 283.
Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
Them, 1 a the WiM Deew d the Wad w key, them whr
g W tW. aVAL..a Mean .t
PRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
Twal&y 7 y 41 1 A o
Received, and Reiving: New Bhun
the finest Axle anthe mart
And this the Secret of a LJbt jnd 1
Call and see the le A indl
Variety of Wagons, several mae d
Respe seemat '
TULLY YAEOER CO.
TALLAHASsU PLA. ,
PERCELL & C0O
Third Stall from right of eatrane.
New butchers with Clean Equipment, and wit
Meats of all kinds in season, and give bt
Unusual neatness being amured.
'P1ONE US YOUR ORD[RS. .
SEND FOR FREE
FLORIDA ORANGES-Books of special
FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES-Booklet oa
ties, Cultivation and Fertilisation."
FLORIDA VEGETABLES-A complete ia-nsl
IRISH POTATOES-Leaflet on "Sol, Seed
Cultvating, Fertilizing, Digging aand
FIELD CROPS-Speeial Booklet will be t-odt
mer. Send in addresses of aU intereaed I go
mail them a copy "a soon as it omes1fm
WILN T ER
C. A.2cAHOMAKU, ProW.
-MEAL TmL L99M Ho1Uos
LVIVKY, fEFD aud
SA TEAMS FOR LAD TO
Experieneed and Relable Drives "or T
HNuob Tem sa apdd.
MILLINERY AND FACT
Weekly MuiM~ Ti^M 1,
miss Idele feit
34I p SL
, 9?, IN I
pltronmtUlather. A durable
Pofih No bmh required.
WILL CONVINCE YOU.
4dolph & Fenn.
] See what Theua is going to do.
Mr. and Mrs Frank E. Jenn& g, of
Jacksonville, are stopping at the eon.
Mr. Jennings is in a ttedane upon the
V FVederal court.
sWd Monday as a Trunks, dress suits cases and bags,
umbrellas and every thing in men's forr-
r win cure any cas washing. at Chittenden & Co. 14
S iLe 2e. 7.18t Mrs. Telfair Stockton. after a pleas-
?e A Pn ola, ant week' visit in Tallahassee, re-
turned Sunday to her bome in Jackson.
jrt saS1cng, D*"? I carry a full stock of Silverm are and
IStse C. 1-tt Cut -lass suitable for wedding presents.
mmed a day P. Nicholson, the Jeweler. 9
= t eek, W. T. Wood, of Rome. Ga., and Col.
L W DeWily are R. Gunby. of Tampa are among the
L fth relatives in lawyers brought here by the meeting of
s the Federal court.
Col. W. P. Corbett and Hon. John E.
11 Nmdm will evOHartridge, two of Jackonville's proml-
awwl0 tof North neo cittnis, have been in Tallahasse
111111. during the past week.
Mtt as Paulma Cota left Tuesday to
visit bher sister Mrs. A. B. Clow, at
a7 y 1, AqtL oo. Cal. Mi Costs ,upeets
home this to rmsma my unil l to falL
SAl Mrs H. H. Buekm .of Jacksonville,
h Joined her husband inallahaeu e Mon-
I6 d here day. for the last week of the session.
i Mas. J. I. Senator sad Mrs. Buckman are gr'sts
of the Misesa Argyle.
l lA hter, Mis Orden and mesmasures taken daily for
t"fl Saturday spring and summer suits, O beats suits
made by the largest tailoring house in
aasakmvllle. who the country, Chlttenden & Co. will have
9 ir. LUwood Ev. no other. 11
Mr. George Ames, having graduated
ee ao up trom from the State University, ha returned
SIto attend the Fed- home for the summer, much to the do-
'iht of his many young friends with
6, Q 8H Ywas In wmbe be is very popular.
i w 6, goeet Never ean tell when you'll mash a
.f r or suffer a cut, bruie, burn or
a 8 ah a oeau Be prepared. Ur. Thomaa'
of Electric Oil Instantly relieves the in
REeteL -quiekly cares the wound. 1 m
M1 of JasWr S. R. Carter, Jr., who hase pent most
So rneof the legislative amseaio in Tallahasese
Wedd!ay. with his father, Hoe. Syd L. Carter,
to eaof PFlorida's returned to his home in Galnesville,
2"Amh Federal d*turday.
Mrs. Blia E. Peterson, of Texarkana,
t JWudr, a- do Texa, th national asopenntendent of
- werkulitke the colored work of theW. C. T. U.
Ia will arriHy here today and spend Satur-
. osop aver, day and Buaday nla t city.
I bi oamre sad W. C. Roberts, exchange teller of the
riMadf the New American National Bank, leaves today
on his annual vacation, which will be
A'safmtmnftgs, or spent with his family in Tallahassee.-
i*. "ft ese l go to Pe soolsJournaL
11 The Chipley school term having
I Weld .re closed, Prof. W. W. Shats has re-
lM thir e a 4 turned home for the vacation. Mr.
S.oa r oran Sheets will have charge of the Lake.
land High Sehool next term.
4o itpaln ted Low quarter shoes, Slippers and
rf*NC am.the ump in wMito eanvas Snd white kid
S T1v. Ufor women, misses and children, all
styles aad esis at Chittende. 6 Co's.
ee the widow f whteo. 14
The balful here of M. Jda
Bufkardt was kied by lightnMing MO-
day aftra twa ag a eelagl
%, aad IN a be
P lisi a-pm J. P. Laod
r., m. a Ar
their pares a. Mr. and Mrs. Miltos A.
Smith at 112Park Avene
Mr. a-d Mra. Thomas L Coo express
their tha*s to the good pesplqof Tap-
labase. for the many kindneeso shown
their seon in his recent action at the
I Mr. R. W. Storrs, editor of the De-
Funsak Breese, who has been spend
several days in the city, wasJ
yesterday by li daughter. Mina e" .
Wanted-Improved Florida Farm or
farm lands. Must be A- soil and cheap.
Give full particulars in first letter.
Owners only. W. L. Harris, 9M Mon.
roe street, Chicago, IlL 15-2t
Mick Morris the negro slayer of
Sheriff W. m. Langston, will hang on
Friday, Jane 11, between the hours of
10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Governor Gtl
hriat haa signed the death warrant.
Let the Capital Stone Co. show you
what they have to offer in monumental
work and Iros fencing. 15-tf
Miss Maybel Wheeler, of the Kinder-
cartem Department of the Colge for
Women, will spend her vacation in New
York. Mi m Wheler will resume her
position In the College at the opening
of the fall tawm.
Mrs. J. F. Futch and daughter, miss
Marian futch, are guest of Hon. and
Mrs. W. M. HoUlloway. Mrs. FPtch is a
prominent member of the W. C. T. U.,
and peaks mthuiastically of the work
done n Gatesvile by the local aseocia-
tio in that city.
Mr. W. T. Wynn, who farms on the
plenttionu of Mr. H. K. Brndydge,
three miles west of town, has harvested
a crop of oats which yielded soventy.
fve bushel per acre and without a par.
ticle of fortilsr. They were planted
the first of November.
Offers of the United States Court
now in session in Tallahasee are, W.
B Shoppard presiding judge; T. W.
Marsh, clerk; Fred C. Cuaberly, dia-
trict attorney; Thos. F. McGoorin,
Married, at St. John's Episedpal
Church, Jacksonville, on May 2Vt1,
Rev. Dr. Shields officiating. Jula C.
Herring, second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bej. Herring, and Edmund R.
Caldwell youngest son of the late Cap-
tain F. iL C'dwell, of 78th Hirhland-
The Christian Science reading rooms
have been moved temporarily from the
Lewis building, on Park Avemue, to the
Odd Fellows hall, where all friends will
be welcomed. The change was made on
account of the Lewis building being
fitted u for use of the Wireles Tele-
Miss title Car, who has boon teach-
ing is the public schools at Ocalla tf r
thu past year, has returned home anm
will e with her father Dr. J. M. Car
at Centrville, for the summer. Miss
Cars is very popular in Tallahassee and
throughout Leoa county.
Mrs. B. C. Chaire, Misses Octavia
and Nannie Chares, Messrs. Benjamin
Chaire, Rutledgo Alford, of 'laljaha.
ao, McKinon C.araes. of Old Town,
and Ms Carrie Cbaires, of California.
spent last Sunday at Chaires with
friends and relatives, driving through
Mr Sydney Hamilton Diamond, wo
of Mr. iand Mrs. Julius Diamoand. has
Just graduated and received his law di-
ploms from Marnr University, at ma
aon, Ga., and is expedtd to alav
home within a few fys H. e is hold ina
very high esteem by all Taaae
Mrs. W. K. Beard entertained a few
friendly Stma mrd Is M awof
er old friend W Davi
aaa. of Qlasy. T press on tais
Davida. Jase ase. Miss
A ospleid uswmmt at Plh sad Iney Pakage.
Tallahassee Drug Co..
V. F. MALKCOt, Pmprisesr.
BASED ON QUALifr
You wll will find p eson
ieq about a low mit lpoibe
to get them.
THr MAKING OP A BUWGY
costs about the same for a poor
one as for a good one. Any sav-
ing below a certain point must
therefore be in the character of
th, materials. That is not a mnv-
ing you care to make, nor should
you when you consider how much
A ITY end on the taunessof a
L ve le in emergene es. Our pric-
es are the lowest consistent with
MIZELL.LIVE STOCK COMPANY.
COUNT CORNISSIONIRS. ALL AL ASM FOR TaK PICNlC
A FUll Beard Is Seesoe at Jwn Trialt Seaday Seheel said Irries
Term. WUl Spend Naes Thusday at
The county onmmiiommersm met in LaSu.
monthlyiesslon Tuesday, Mer. J. W. All aboard for Lanark next Tharsday,
Collins, chairman, L. 8. Crump, R. G. June 10th, Trinity Sunday school, sad
Johnson, W. D. Stoutamire, and W. A. its innumerable friends, expect to spend
Register, a full board, being present. a most happy day. Tickets are now a
The regular routine of bills were ex- sale at the stores of P. T. Mikler, R.
amined and acted upon. J. Evans and Walker & Black, and o
It was Informally disacssed whether also be had of several Sunday sbood
or not the minutes of the board should children. If any money remains above
be published in The True Democrat for the expense of the wrsio it will be
public Information. Action postponed sed in the proposed church additle.
until subaeequent moti The eanse is a most worthy one, and
Geore Greebhow, W. _Blake and it is hoped that the day will be propi-
H. A. William were appointed a com- tious and the largest crowd ever will
mittee of free-holders to examine into go down. The adult fare for round trip
the advisahility of opemai up and e- will be only $LOO; children from ton to
tablishing a pabl e road from the north. -ften o0 cents, and under tan 25tsa.
ern and of .lhboun street Tallahassee. The b h at Lanark is said to be
The change of the public road through more beautiful than ever, and an ideal
Woodville, as ptitiond by the ciUtieas, place for sending a happy day.
was approved and ordered. Get your tickets in rea ss and join
The crlcism of Mr. Allen, in a pre- the joyous crowd.
vious issue of The True Democrat, as
to nmes appearing twice in the jary Nman of NaBgln Jry Bo.t
box. was doused and the clerk of the ...itor True Democrat:
court requested to answer same.
Bonde of notaries public J. H. Boyd In answer to Mr. Allen's criticism in
and W. W. McGriff were approved and your paper last week, beg to say that
ordered filed the matter was fully explained to him
,-,^-^^ ^ by myself before he had penned the ar-
Seware ef iatme its for Catarrh was made up roe.
a Coaa .Nr the n e ft in 1906 box ater the f LN
ao mercury will surely destroy the sene uota of Juries for that year woa
of smell and completely deratge the drawn, and such new names as were
whole system when entaerih it through drawn from hats to make up thenumer-
the mucous surfaces. Su h. articles cal defliency. Andthemme way with
should never be used except on pro-. other years. Hence it sometimes hap-
sarptions from reputable physicians, :pens that the same name appears twice
as the damage they will do is ten fold an box of current year.
to the good you can possibly deriveq Very truly,
from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man.- H.T. Faxal,
ufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co, To- Clerk of Commissioners Court.
ledo, 0., contains no mercury, = iandi -4
taken internally, acn directly upon Hanan's shoes, Manhattan Wsirts,
the blood and mucouesfroses of the Earl & Wilson line. StOtson hats, the
system. In buying s Catarrh Cure best I"WI thing, tailor-made muiti,
be sure you get the auie. It is tak- Chttendl Co.
en internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, The editor of The True Democrt will
by F. J. Chenaey & Co. Testimonsias have a hisrguest for several week.Ia
free. 11t grandchild, Mater Joe M
Sold by Drugists. Price, 75c. per Roberts, a precious nln -umw-nths-,
bottle which SomeI to him frems Pesan ola,
Take Hall's Family Plls tor consti- Pla., sand of euorse there Is not a fver
patio. 15-lm baby tviag.
trouble with your oatmeal
if you buy
It will keep in any
climate, indefinitely, and is the
most wholesome and cheapest
food you can ea. .
Oa fily e package contain*
te tich!ia. Ask your dealer about it. *
K" s tw eO r o* ae.
4m ef the islbex I-
o ater (ee whe taSO
*it a Mr. Xe.e al fts.. -
"auast wease hr mhear atl
5 MIeal very muckh. arn" rep"ed.
amf Mr.I, at his requet 8 r
pwpesec a s un eof bedf s o three
.'.jot ofto Mr. X.: Oe ox teahe
Wd a hap wepatatlsa hA r ebarfty!-
S am soom sad HM, is m,.
St. Anguedne of Hippo, the great
d lter ta the ebareh, whose festival
Sea "Aug 3 t a edly neglected
S aat mao mmoder rttuaetsa amd ev
emlair nly eahteud with eis am=e*
S ke, whe mmlteed the Brts sh bhoba .
T t he is pfoaomnoed by Hooker "with,
eat say equal" and reSarded by Har.
mek as "the Arst modern man." He
has been better honored In the floral
wend, for to him Is dedicated the
gaMeared, or womndwort (Solldao vir.
g4UMrea). Old Gerard. with whom
, dwas a favorite remedy, tells aus
thet godearod fetched a high price as
Ia tbrein herb until discovered grow-
oug near Loedoa, when the plant was
neglected. He adds the caustic ebm-
meat, Thls verfleth our English p'rov.
erb Tar ftcebt and dear boubhte to
bet for ladles,' or for fantastical phy.
S itimss." Before tobacco the golden-
aod also furnished snut for our medl-
val forefatherm. Westminlster Ga-
It Did Net Work.
Mr. Besbury and his wife were on
the polat of moving to another flat
Both of them were anxious that the
transfer should be made at the least
peolble expense, and the neasnees of
the new home promised materially to
further this aim.
"l can carry loads of little things
ever In my brown bag," announced
Mrs. Seabury, "and you can take
books and so on in your big satchel."
In discussing further the matter of
transportation Mrs. Seabury remarked
that notwithatanding the hea eshe
could wear her winter coat overAavre
It and return for her spring coat. The
Idea charmed her impractical husband.
"Why, I can do the same thing!'. he
said. "I'll wear over one suit aid
then come back for another'"-Youth's
A Human Bungalow.
PUkaon didn't Imprms you
bly, then ?'
"No; he's Just a bungalow."
"A bungnlow. Me hasn't (pn
4atlon."- Newark News.
Jubb-Why, Juimmy, you look as if
ycau'd grown four feet sinee I last saw i
r you. Jimmy- Hub! I wisht I had. I'd
exhibit in a dime nurtntU n ( cuet *tu-
man qundrnpod" and get or pile of
money. I would.
One -of the
F' i eetials
of the happy home, of to-day in a vast
fpad of formation as to the best methods'
atof promoting health and happiness and
, right living and knowledge of the world'.
S best product..
loduicts of actual excellence and
sm-omnable claims truthfully presented
and which have attained to world-wide
S seeptane through the approval of the
WBd-lnformed of the World; not of indi-
idmale only, but of the many who have
he happy faculty of sulectlg and obtain-
lg thO best the world afords.
O o o the prod"t of that lass, of
V h-m' *empom- t parts, ma Ethd
-g. -d, appeved by phydaaes aad com-
d by the W.Wt-lerm.d of the
WedmtTvaluebs nmad whelme madl
nMvIANs dU w -aUAea" oap of tia
n md 2 tof am. ToultsHebe"dda
,l la -by theakm is g r Co,
4*, ad f a by b AIm dgsi.
ft bets i
(MEAL) A. W. GLU~M
Nero Cte"uOe ibtakes iWar-
aft*md e deL. the bleed sad
Cv & CIL, T~lbd% 0.
Tae, ORs .N6 11 t-1
amaU No. WR'a e. rw. m
mos. at t
teaa" 3.l.s....a sat d L10
~~..3.es 48 ew. eIdmamb* OOa.Pt-M
d ~ ~ at I Pa:10.SL
mm below .. SM--Iumahld m amd w
D.M1 lt U46 8L a pa.sad andm.bmaries aU
IL s"blS the pss AO M6.I%-
mel A (u mc -S-I hsa IwiL Me.a
sad gazem orb- UI P1t M.W& 841dh.
at Ins &smhtm. a
ibkm ls.TeSadame nv 5 WIshemd 5..dyi"ma-
dng ats & a EL M A during die eek t 641at
Je nLaD. Pe rrFON ellau o
WHEEL WRI pmT M-d BIThisMlouse.
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.
Notice of Teachers' Kamaatloan.
T H!iRRBY GIVE N(YTICE THAT I WILL
I hold an expimina, ion under the Ui~florm Exam-
inati~on Lawo. of li knima at Tallaha~a.. iii.
fi~i T.it-odv stflr thef,.. n ii.,M..natyin ,,,,.
C. M. AUS Y.M. D.
6 TWaABW UMR.DiNO
MM1T tIUaIAY. : :
Home Phome M. OAe Phone .
JOHN LA NEELEY,
AU1 I 1*5.LOS AT LAW.
TA. 1AnE- *
5 CENTS PER LINE
on SALEI I Set of New Cone Pul.
lays. A bargain at the office.
Sa Us I FPr all klad, of printing.
Furnish your stateoMry neatly printed
Sheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper r retailers. Every
farmer hould have his printed Letter-
heaeds and Emvhlop.
FoR WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt.
Pbomne No. 217. 29
TRPAsu Noics, printed on cloth
on short noties at reasonable races at
this ofce, and it might be well torn
short Trespass Notices in your home
Da. J. H. BUTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. 29
mrea m laha mto et fal
dare usual vdfrom dead
ly diseas- whA they are regulaW
PrA A d"
Nothig will more surely present
hog cholera and make hogsgrow
larger and Lana quickly. And
when Pratta AnIlmaReulator i
given cows they produce more and
richer milk-It regulates the blood
and digestive organs of all stock
and thus earns its small cost many
times over. Try it Sold in 2Mc,
Oc, 7kc and $1.00 packages.
anIt a n CMa lpe t
cure when anything. w tji M M
r quickly drives ouwom
. Next time you're In the store ask
Iiii~ -h.1*1"fil i~ e~rtificatillm of til-chrrit. IaboXut these famous prepardatlusi...
Wh~tc aIiwaill Isit exeaannlneld at thc F-r- every onefully guaranteed.
ida 1Fen JI (.sile-c. t h. '( il'W)4l applicalit.' at IhIit- Y.i-00R9
All *s14iiwirit ii ~pt t irflo v t~p themil'4.'. ;1Ib oBD & C l
iwneirii ,n'anti NItwAl (p ,AIW. n. mt ivt J at4 1I L
r); Ipa an exAf i C m atl iot 1(9fopeof ( tottiollar I- Irc.
UP WARDT1. it. Pit,.
111f a II W 'e t4pk"f.1W 3m jr( 4 in : tt rt i ,' Ill- 11 4itit1 X lsix flths'
&'tee e.Ajit% of' the Jturpeg\&mYllr,1a 04:natI t'-j'n:i- d ; l .; r : it rir..svnt it)
irthoWrn;i ) l e, l t V..r W d IAeaowim -IMai t he ("'U1,1% .ji :9 it I,,4 lo.? erIufty), Fiori-
r...d. Mer-ri iIl f I & C w 't." fill n % 111 -'
C9m.,imitM,i-Ij,, Il.n. Fr t-il,( t ..f (*' ont"wsI 411 -iin p .19(x#outor of t i ip
by G(tirtI, rir.KXi ttrtel wo& A r toslil 911. (tt;i n 9... i AL '1 a t o.- -le (0* 1 1'dw'rittid 11
Relattinir- -Any standjardt author will anvr',wr
Ai-it~hrn-tic- M.Inec. Stjotiolaerut167w.). ~ANiii-iil arid "i:10NI'm ir .1 .' -chargltii Df
fiall-l Cc Plvi~aliyAtlanta. teiwh extcijtcr-hil,)'.
Frgllat' Grammar--Lewton It. Evan's ltlo~i. H I tP.14.104 'K i M2IK.Exreuttor
Amterraen liok C(onta*ny.
Fllorria Histtury-P-J'uvarti & IBennett's (A~. I. Jan. 1, 1904.rna
American Itolok (0eimany.astill Fairbaklosi &U
'A.H. D. w ("o., Jackso~nville..Fla.
U. St. Hiatory-P'iuid'm Urarmnnar Sehool (IIIll0ft ,Np
A rnevrill h wx Cmnmpany.
G4'ol ah- Red ways Natural Advancend 4,1X .2!i
Anwkin oo Cn m&cmnearJ [[ & S N
Phyakoifhv-10A1erua's Eleannts of (90r.). The I V U LY& S N
.Ci"i Gova meat- ees.'. Civil Governgment Dee~eto
of Flrida and U,. LUniWd States15. I).Z.0. Paint-
orV *s [isLAmd. Mi.. &WdIlejrtan's Skicoul Civics i M .Po *
(III). GinsA & aw H P p.
Ammism a~lsa". and
SWUM &"rThe EMBALMER.
Yhinvp aledPniaaos-me aD wafll .~e ~ a
Uamasemets. huF a il O.fftheUam 401 CW5 O WN OFWUWP0.
Thesbae bs.smay he %Wiofd be& h lash dahnis 001rn P"MPtUIN ti
# p0* a.d arks.Day or N11ht.
6-d 5Lifeesiss? Embuin. 5 wu
Mes 'Ph@"e iU
H. IL SAULS.
9 E. Jefferson St
ptetin part-on ... w-, Odk-
lookses v riv' ,
comfortable sate. 3zp-im hnomIdjr
able. Fbish tw. Now. Adiri J.W.
Wood, eap4eai ad uperlea e
Sopchop, pt, .t
*Had dyspepsia or ladlgestea tr
yea. NoaptUdte, aud what I dM
*at dttrM ad me trribl. Bwrdek
Blood Bitte ened me."-J.RH. Walker,
Sunbury, Obh. 1-l.a
AU work in the D Uol
Roofine Guottea.ft StpI
ii and Shspe.tal iWork
tto ad "spmewl are
taen to pleme my pat-
I have opened a new shop
on East Jefferson St., oppo
site flsh market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of
Th Work, Pa
I guarantee satifaction,
having given satisfaction al-
ready in many of the best
houses in TallahaMee.
* THE CAPITAl
S569 S. Monrmt
. MRS. WILLIAM LE
* RATES: $1.00 O
* eReasonable Rates by the We&
* Everything New, Clea n
y Best of
139 S. Calhoun Street,
Excellent Fare $11
Spffial Rates by Week or Month.
Get Your Teams
Good Saddle Horses, New
Single Drivers. aa
A L ULLTY,
'A hme A
Uci.ed tata r ad
Only Licensed Undertaker
Embamhner in the ty.
,iBnm fIt 225 Qfflmpt m
- .4-i ~ S
P. 'S -, t -, 4 4
- A ~ '.~
'*4 A ..~.
' '.' uJ
, ',- I.-_'. I
Ro I ".
tiat mnetay l-
r~iats opentt end
brse *ylu and ritt
| I thr S M rW.bat my in
Ol M. b xerel it wJfl
0.. men. ter-
t whtM may not i
ftne so open sn,,.e.
e80 Ntfl outdoors
Gl st a room wi tha
b y hg and warit
.O*.W rl a.tbwt he i
werw they hot 50
Atheti Isd a can that
Ssers nomtle mally
P., a dyspeptie. had
F 'of te st ad watinr
west to Indulge In
NetSUamt to an.
f-aty to thirty
Of fi6., At night
pWSe sd could find
INte b w ome she
I fvershb aux.
sprMed In the
"Polar Star" Ice Cream Freezers
A FREEZER FOR EVERYONE THE MOST
INEXPENSIVE GOOD FREEZER on theMARET
1 Quart Size............$ .75
2 ." ............ 1.00
3 . 1.25
4 1' ............ 1.50
Low in Price, Sanitary, Quick Freezing
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers. Freezers, Screen Doors and Win-
dows, Lawn Mowers and Hammocks :: ::
Come to Us for Your Summer Goods
YAEGER & BETHEL AWARE Co.
S as hr case re-
La Qe. twen.
E 4 ming to see
ow a large bag.
S led to vedflow-
=gtse with her
I -l_ tal loo? It
be her peeaeta
R a bV sllesm of
toNs sad dlom.
S a o few
d '.te oitely
SAt te oed
t- the rea.
.a teemi and
tor ss a
Fa tf at TWO WEEKS I will put on sale
such goods that you r Bnow usig
c"vry day, ad tk saving to you
WILL BE GREAT.
-- \ ~ .
Sheeting .. .- ....-- ... -
8c Gingham ..... ... .....
Good Bleaching ......
Fruit of The Loom .-. ....---
India Head at .
Long Cloth from .......-------- -......
.. 9 cts
12 1-2 cts
Same reduction on all our fine Dress Goods.
We still have as fine line in Men's Pants as ever. Only
for much less than before. Why? Because don't have
much rent to pay, and no clerk hire. YOU SEE.
In Knee Pants we take the cake, that is as to make, style
and pattern, and above.all the special low prices.
Suit Cases from ............
79 cts up to $8.79
Ladies Muslin Underwear cheaper than you can make at
Still Selling 2 Spools of Thread for- ..----..-..---.. .--- cts
The Best Hose in Town for less money.
A full line of Men's Underwear, Long and Short Sleaves
from 21 Cts up.
Look at our Fine Hose going at Skidoo Prices. 23 cts, well
worth 86 cts.
Great cut on Ladies Foot wear worth pricing.
We still have plenty of those highly gilded frames and Oil
Paintings which we sell at 49eta. with every Two Dollar
May be a half block out of the way BUT the saving will
be more than hack hire even on small purchases.
Thanking you in advance.
Yours for Friendship and Business.
A. H. GINSBERG,
ki sbIonfi"SL %0"two W o.
The First Cookbook.
To the Romans belong the honor of
having produced the first European
cookery book, and. though the author-
ship Is uncertain, It is generally attrlb
uted to Caellus ApIcus, who lived un-
der Trajan. 114 A. D. Here are two
recipe from this ancient collection:
"First. for a sance to be eaten with
boiled fowl, put the following Ingredi-
ents Into a mortar: Aniseed, dried mint
and laser root. Cover them with vine-
gar. add dates and pour In liquamen
(a distilled liquor made from large fiab
which were salted and allowed to turn
putrid In the sun). oil and a small
quantity of mustard seeds. Reduce all
to a proper thickness with sweet wine
warmed, and then pour this same over
your chicken, which should previously
be boiled in aniseed water."
The second recipe shows the same
queer mixture of Ingredients: 'Take
a wheelbarrow of rose leaves and
pound In a mortar; add to It brains of
two pig and two thrushes boiled and
mixed with the chopped up yoke of
eg, fill. vinegar, pepper and wine.
Mix and prmr these together and stew
them steadilly and slowly till the per-
fume In de~-eloped "-C'hambers' Jour.
"Why do you wear a yachting cap.
deah Im oy? It's your brother that owns
the ynehlt "
"Very true. old chap. This Is me
brother's cap."-('leveland Plain Dealer.
Beauty to part of the finished lan-
guage which goodness speaks.-Ellot.
Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Ksam TImbse Uass Ten a maMs.
Almost everyone knowsof Dr. Klsmr's
Swmp.Rout, th great kidney, liUvand
bladder remedy, be-
Scause of its emari.
able health rstoringL
J hloot fal0 lsU aIdes
every wish i over-
pain in the bock, kid.
Sneys liver. badger
and every part dofe
m-r MU ary t
comretos mty to
hold water and sealelingpsi l pis iat,
or bad effects flowingmeofs liqlMr,l
or ble and overcomesht uM
xmec--ty of being compiled o go li
thrmgb the day, sad to et up ss"'
tidm during the might.
8""ReaI is not em od d1
wy n but if you have khl.ey, M er
Sor trouble, it will be foIatd
I the Mrelay you med. It aI beenm &
*eS y tered in private practte., Md
p4owd **e cceusts that : spedal -
mlnt has been muse by wdich Al
reade of this paper, who have aet &-
dy tried it, my bave a smpl bttle
t free by mail, also a book e g
mere about Swa ltoot. and bow to
Mmer this game
seed = 44d s ftt I
I- A sd o bo lLhe M
A STUA9T DRAIN.
n Ski B idMae Wealem te Whole
Sedy-Na1 e Te UIl Leag-d sad
Sick kidneys weaken the body
0 through the contimaua dralasge of life.
giving albumen from the blood into the
Surine, and the substitutionof poisonous
* uric acid that goes broaeedst through
the system. sowing the aods of disease.
Loss of albumen causes weaknes, lan-
guor, depression. Uric poising eae
rheumatic pain, nervomessm as
crick in tei back.gravel ad
stones. The proper treatment Is a kid
ney treatment, and the beat remedy is
I Doan'a Kidney PIL. Great Tallahas-
Sae cures prove it.
r John James Grant, retired, 10 Careo-
line street, Tallahassee, Fla., says:
'For a number of years kidney disease
afflicted me, and it would be hard tode.
scribe all the misery that I endured. I
was never free from a dull ache in my
back, and on some occasions I was o..
bad that I could not get around. The
kidney aeeretions were irregular in ps-
Sage and otherwise unnatural. I alao
had frequent headahele and diay spells.
I hadseenDoan'sKid"i PillB so ghly
advertised that I at last made up my
mind to try them and procured a box at
Hardee Smith Co.'s drug store. They
soon cured me and I have not had a
sign of kidney trouble since. To say
that I endorse Dean's Kidney Pills, is
putting my appreciation of them
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the UniteJd
Remember the name--Doen's-and
take no other. 16-1m
The Partitions of Poland.
There have bei' three partitlona of
Poland. The first was in 1772. when
Pirumia took the palatinates of Mail-
berg. Pomeria and Wariia, a part of
Calm and a part of Great Poland. Ae*-
tria took Red Russia. or GaUlci; a
part of Podolis. Bandomir and Cracow,
and Russia took White Russia, with all
the part beyond the Dnleper. The seec-
ond partition was In ITU.S by which
Prussit acquired the remainder of
Great and a portion of Little Poland,
and the Russalan boundary was ad-
vanced to the center of Lthuanianand
Volthnla. In the third and aGna par-
tition. In 179., Austria had Cracow,
with the country between the PUles
and the Vistals. Prussiat had the cap.
Ital, with the territory as far as the
Nleme., while the reat went to Ruasts.
-New Toek American.
A D lstion. Wthest a OleVenes.
Fve-year-d Debemah had been -*
vltae to take lunhebas at a rstaursat
with M I K.
"Do you like mes?" she was asked
Whm theo answer was "Yes," the
beverae was duly brought, but se
At last Mis K. aid "Why deal yea
drink yeow mea. Deborah, when eem
4ald y7e wasted ItP"
Wd WI eay I wa" d It .....
ae ebi peMuIIy. "I ealy said tamt I
mubed I.-Wealsa Ben aw ail
' \ "f
DESCRIPTION OF LAND.
4W IS" eShP8W --- Wt~efT C JA 10 0 bose .......
............- -TCL*1I OP 6bouses.. -
----- art4d TC IA V OP Adesfedisias tel.
lows: bewbamgeatthe a w a d mM k
ft, w 0 ~totDimes oft~hm~
T W a 0PI hoses14w
Ca ern....................T IAWZ ~ f rd a..............
1.Wooal----.... ....... PmWteoflCS10"In0P. WPar Duval's
amw .damifed to wit:__ _,mIe-alag t.
oSear saw mad t and rurn a aIfthlost #
IheaseVso ILtthteaftsa 46ft 1OWI.
theum a 0ft to gertnhlw. Iatom Cab
WL:7r baS a..... ...... ...........
C MOP.2bAmm .......
Effar et. Mss an Jhn..ag.7. C LA4 9 N A. ho ase- es.--
XI.,euL. Km eas Johasoin agrt._.7C Let=$ NA. hose-------....
...........e... --'C l.* S A~bsm. ....
............-------- ----- hsw l~fta T CLotUSSNA.2boraes.
.............. ------ C I WN A. beass.................
I isrlgata Point U ft weat the soeew
nn.theses 1un. twmes1 4ft. 4 is, a11thesii.
Sf.the oeso U fttbmma.4 t 4pim asos abs
.. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .. .. ..
J. W&6 ..... P.artTCLatSINWA, dssribsd to.
; it: beginataeg at a point in the a eowner,
stmd oaw C dOWremlig thmes w 64% ft:
/thbmw a 170% tL thbse eW4%ft. tbewe.
a 116ft to plaessof ng bmgoom...
------ Pan atthe W at of T CLet
46 9W A.d-I--@ Wed lewit; ehewa
the owof said lotsandrmna offt 9W
................................. ofa %ofT W4 WA.houe
Purt*thev danwl~dTCIot4l N
W A. -essulbedow't: begimimsu at the
a wofsrute dbt 4Lheiesrurnso 0ft 4
btsasm1 aW ft 9 I. thsmesVw"t 6 is.
Owneema 10 ft 0 Kto Dimesat beatlmabf
Hatbet .......... -----Mo-diisan o TC Get N W A. as
reore in OSedbeak J J. msgt
1108 Xm M and MattisGreen ..... -n.vdsio& f TC A4W NWj a
r1niemsd din deed book J J. ~ 9
NOW SOONCOW&s-------------_ ----34.53Eftethse.IdaootLot C ofT
p ~ ~ ~ ~ u IL51Wes 9eeedI
soo~n man...............----- ILA ^ 1t s carP i
sWadeto deedbask 8 I ~wUs L 6..hoses.
aWAS WrightLt ---- ------.ASSb1dlvuI qI.1?C mWt 5N WA
an-iparPlt ,revier in deed book J J.
..~ L.... ...........d
CIa M ......... ..... ----5I= N~o, 3 of ofT C lat S N W A
ParPWpbtessedeisadeesdbook L Pars
EWE 906w ----------Seb-divisimeNos.A. 6.1 and Iof T CLot
Ig 67, N W A"paer Plat regarded in desd
bokp Lbo ... _......
KC~mt ... .... ------Z.(T W hosesse....
V Cb~. 3~oTCatCIIA seo 4. house.
W. saw ~Puatat TCtat 4L a% s 4.. described so
f olswrnI = tlueag ,I ft a of theaSw owner
of mid sWa4 *un79 ft. them* n 0lft.
-tboam w Itft mW then"a 80ftto plac
S, W. Feran s) SoWdto J. S. Rives]-ProfTCU4Las4.dcibds
fals,.@: beglaning at the a weorner of
said lot and rum sfft, thencensott.
themes vfLw, WdthenceN ft topDisesot
.......... ... ...l1fastofftbeendofTC Lot 79 and 71.
6TCot ...m o... os
I hal a~tttem Alen etTC Lot K a % co V.. house.
MOODYiWas .Purtof T C Lot 106~. s4ce4. described
as follows: beginning at the n & corner of
mai lotanud iun wdu ftl thence a 170 ft.
these @ft f themes n 170 feet to place of
AudwasmHicska.... ..............WV lof 9tvof T C Lot 1IMI a. O 4coV,
C. H. ELU
Florida, June 4, 1909.
I' An Unooreciou Toast.
Lord ('d..tit oi duy Mftcr dlimer a l
ed a baiplain to tour of t1l r'rglnimen
In ludi for a toast. wbho. after i
skWdring ome time. at Iength exclaln,
ed, with *irisat simplicity:
S "Alas and lack a day! What can
"Nothlng better." replied his lordship
* QOMie nt)6BM ; we'll give a bumpei
to the pesona tost. 'A lass and a lai
a day.' *
A bie maeas 100.000 rupes. or SA5.
S0, which ls certainly an Income ti,
au -ie oe happy.-Londoa Chronicle.
aLlelieing the D*g.
"Jtfiat" said Mrs. WyO.
S"Te." replied Mr. Wyes.
"Will you speak a kind word to FItd
akse bler wag bis tall? lie basn'
bad oea bit of exercise all day."-LJp
The liteiet of tbr wH ImI @ te .a
It admts tthe lhot of heave and re
4mJI i t-H-e.
M "Mme saw= mm!
Ik' -, m.L., iC.. .
IS9 City Tax ColHctor,
1K 111K ETE9T:UmE Wil
20 Ry-smmm au"
35. anno wmseas e amwaUewdtou
,Iw Bo"S ~ mmam
J. B.I 7UiL
dab WS a quietw let.I
wed boreate" I*mfwa Wkm we
upw G Minr hodth dameeI.ow
SoleD Wofft Wiffs Quiet.
Euska~I Iutru t th
the plcl of cow---c hannosy
AL- IL 292"
The ROthe ad thCHASE F
The Product of GIatmis of Plano Propm.
Write for catalkge.
JESSE FRENCH PIANO CO.,
A. G. FORtE, Managr.
WHAT MAGAZINE do YOU
Want Your Choicd
of the best Magazines andBooks, absolutely i
Here how The Library Slip printed at the bottom of thi
SIr S sW s good u money-nothing more or--eMslsi.
every iWue of this peper- a ak pakd o k prI N
S, and exchange them without Co
.ve ra cost for the world's-e bt M._; .
Armours Peted and Down" Mfwasa d rousp kye-sO
Aromours Ia rtMeO a l B ad n-i- .r_
Anugut'sSoluble e3ef C a Vi der9 *eatb T
sa" L (Dialateasht) C rMl aa Ur s
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Vem S uhNlmusTees NOPr is Tooak Suu
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Free fIlistrated Catalog
L is Wt 146 t4e%, Nw TYt
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driesWe of music, the
-that ddys htU
w moklt is
son b lack c
0"rns to thos
a bmiNht up tn
on -ri a
m ftes be ow
l o wo < of a cOOm-
1 U dooryard be
OR MIut we sighl
10 be fbwnd some-
h, bave a good
At their country
haMOe nyf time
men (of the
bless and gri-
i tM d4or, anl it
wd some lonp t14
O hace to 011hv
is Nle are right nft
In the uuniie'r
r N Ia tiin llrc''
Make a delig'Iflai
V 11t the 'It.y a,
Very iamch. Ir
*ILo however. ii.
waise so ,, t', T ir
tor thrie'. It
gUt tita 11 c
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t ittr rthea
gIad tot returt
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are to I
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Fe. P. P. weumf11111 b~y
ed, we a aIinU
whahqnin. me WuRMIEM11019SS
P, P. P,
V Y~Jr h L haly ise pn
POP pe PO
P, P. P.
Iff ymmifus wfth swvvom prwintu'ad.,
vrsmainon~seLV a genwiS teM dews
pe pe PO
AP 1ro oe'3ird c'InnIthpilirnatlarn. Mertf.
0l1.,OW ?a,rvv Mallana. (~ti,1uadu FetWitate
Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot
The betinbLood pwlflre' In the woM&d
V. V. ui'rIAN.
I. a~ l.t lw gea r I 111,4
10.' .6 t 11lo 1; 1 a'' II
II( log tv. ti it,,,.;..I, oier I a' i T, a a
tic ra l".t Itafirmt la'.Ilt W t. ';a' e-14
a;,vo e'e It,,, c-tetitiXg m-ot i riwt fel !lcour-
gjgt hi' I t i eiti r iicailtin g agni in.
Poor Air and Poor Livi.ng.
U'laaaim.l1in I~rjieli.er. 4~ 'iatn I
I ,, m ml i b t' i r a Iltel I I. ti e c, I r e%1 1 a1 T i
f~fIi aiii 1 I.41 1111111'. 1.4 .r. II,'e e i Ir'1,%I-
11111 1114 0vi~ 4~i-Iii'"i) I' .a's Cit 4.1ait-'ear
"IeI I le flk I '"eioii11 11e eii1i 1Lel.iI c 121 % I IL
1alooe P fied tetit tliack itc lewlmi'aaili
A4 ll Ci v r for Ii%)lt, 9'toiikil. ittil ieto: dali1
('apinin Ituet'RAII. Ile'(tat ullt firi o
the it't wliI'Ii llthlei&rr l hil leftt. A fl
surprl'im- tebpee' livt'eOil wePat1,111- i-A e
In sigbit Whaaaiviho rcome In the ecna.:-
"Well. firildar. whit loIrli.ai yemiahck
"Tptaln. mMid ridger. 'I want to
gsbaek to aroutIng again."
'tadeid? Why. I thought you t
"ettle do" t ts, beast for thereeit of
'Wd% eapav, I'll tell you bow It Is.
I wes bck 10 OldM ISsour. abd It
rail bleve It they've go a ra~lrad
eftotiswithin ter =Ito40te.*lb od place
.W sIII& a railroad station! An&.
whtsmore heyve got a rant'b now
Io tieveryfkour mlef. I tell you whAt.
.V, te ai alm p A---ow AthL-
smmmInlo a m Hk a m" &
d et&f of havi1m a m o dm
waidrtlfag at will om t public wtd."
The defendant ftad to appear. bt
his brother was proesst to the perseV
of the elrk of petty sessions. who am
Mhearti these Msoent of the prinMlag
maxistrate. "IVind 2L. M. and emtl"
ran to the omaim by roplytug:
'"nr o my brotlers, year weolp.
rl pay the* fI ."
He was shocked wbho his becoming
asiblmi oe fratomrnaJ love for the
M wa rewardedal with an eoutbtl t
Jow sometbing wheMever the orlna
is cleared. Nature abbmsm bah
pradsa. Crisom clover Is e oexlet
for wlng *amoni all carld erol at
the lat cultivatieo. Th will live
throe h the winter and may b termed
under tn spring, thMe addlag baum
sad mttroges to the soil. Rye my be
sown for a co crop, se d for spring
fed or be turned uadw as pre ma-
amue. Rape or turnips my b eem
for fall growth and mn bmdehl to
NOTICs is hor be iven to womn it a -o.
er, t"t guadisa d C htoesW. Ma-
aM. a elmr. I will nmake applimen tohe e -
ty of Leou county. Florida, at his in la
ti eert bouwe In the et of T ?anam eM
Monday. Juse 7. A. D. IM t, t 10 o'elek a. m., or
as se thereafter I e-s e be bard, fw Uatlhript
to sel all thlt certain taMtet f adi s. riedb.
Misolau, tr wnship I na. rane 1--0e a*Ms.
Ne of a1. of .eeto So. township aa.
I % rOf a ow f Fr*t iMf tl, tMUp a n35
%of of section 8,. township I n. rae
W % of exemptt o10 erm off the w idde.
russate Its full length. of section 29. township 3
1 'ofa1f=ad of action 29. townMhip
a. rmIel e--S40e erM.
3 M fd* of setion 30, township I .. rang.
2 -0 arres.
5 % of n oatnd n S of n I of section 32
township i n, rang. 2 e-- 130 aere.
NW M of section 84, township 3 a. range 2
All situated in the State of Florida. county of
Lamw. MaL. MATrn R. MANeeINu.
12-4w (;uardi of Chuale W. Manning.
The Prooes of Making Them Necessi-
tates Slow Work.
A bowling iall looks n if If t were
PUny to make, yet it i iiuniuifnetuire In.
Svolvs a ling ar.'wesa roveritni n i prlol
,f intrev,, hl -. 'JThe, lniirl ltei [plt upon
II I o lj"ii n iatePhr irf thri 1 hoir4 ltll
till t % ark 1 l i. i iin i r
wn11 Its ltwevr en i'mv aI l oward con[|i1
llii A i r fr,4a fri','ii kl1il, t n1 l c';11 i k's
tlmil Ih l l ali iii tie i r f I n i ll fiirt r It i s
fliilbe'h l ,, '111. 1 nli<,\ fut r t I 'v, litle
|rr '' tIi f.. Oil I'll li sloil e n' id "Iii "
wl l a eh' 'la l a ,f lhe. l:t l ie hel th e
iii ,j a i ii o .r til la i ti l iic dl n ll-
BuildMng Stone, Monma4tal Wok d
fcal Stone for B auig as wdlI '.
Coping for Iodncs and
Call and see us for emtim on all th abovi
. atgt best of Material well as bet pries for
01kc oaG. F. &AL RL, ii fM
Yours for busine.,
The Capital Stone Company,
Beet Apple Vinegar, per gal----------------------- 20
Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs. for $1, or per lb.-.---- .--.---------
Rice, per lb.------....-..---.....-.........-------.----.....--.-----------............ 5 toe
Octagon Soap, ba....----------.......--------------------.......
Good Luck taking Powder, 8 boxes....-------.--........-----....--... ----0
Kerosine Oil, per gal........--.-....................------....---..------....--------15
Wilburn's Stock Food, 26 lb bucket, worth $3.50. My price...11.60
Wineof Life, Stella-Vita, worth $1. My pre.----..--------....
Walker's Dead Shot Colic Care for horses, worth $1, my price, 76c
Red Cross Corn Ring and Black Draught, worth 25e, my price, 20e
All Patent medicines at reduced prices
Yard Wide She.ing, per ard..........--------.-----.---.---.--..........- c
Vruit of the Loom Bleachihg, per yard--..-..---....---..--....---. ---10
40 Inch Lawn, white------------------- ------------- 10C
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents
Ready Made Clothing. Just received a nice linepf
Linen, all colors, Indian Head Waistings, &c., at
Hard Time Prices. I buy for cash, sell for cash,
and you don't have to pay the bad fellows debts.
So call and get my prices. I buy and sell all kinds '
of country produce Your Friend,
J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street:
W W W W W
:I I .0 f| r, .l -nIlr .h n r,; .11 1 0l |< |
r'lt ,,i, J i ,, ll,' I ltih i L,1 ,r" lil, 11 shli rll'l'
k I l ll II I l.I c ,
i nii\ i nri c iT H E "
t ,. : Ht i, l'r !l | I a 1 ',, l 'i|f"
'i -\ t ; v't ,ii' Ui' I'r
I: :E 1, ai t i' a.< le e :i, ;il I I'*
i; he' -i iiA. o the n ii( c ii'a t p t n
tfa r i.. in ti t tie eall 1lii'
Ii a ln gi-tler .l.i4 .,o;ii,r ..,,i iaper-. The n ')St plerf
Ia,: 1 bli.n for the' Inw t tit.ne It 'ts
11. .:** .Iiln e. When tlrni.ly alr.y. made. Sharp
tlee a herr' is rePIIady for t Ii tw i, h-l e
t', I.- a tit tfer the how'her' tuiimiie ,lIn a few seconds.
linlt a It ii,-r Thie In a tl tt e of the lit I l
i, | in ,ii the i it ,ihmla lil) w.lit.li tion. Should
git %'s i,. Iin ilI tlhe iilliearun el' It linh
.'Iifeii It re,'jMu-e on the rnak wnlting to bag. Lasts fo
I* Ptent c'raihling down the aille'y.
Stontillinsi then' Is n tconllhkrnhPl
wnate In rutting up the l)ogp inirqe of -
rracks anidl fuum In thie wood. On
this nacrutint an ordinary leu'd log nmay I
yield only one block sound enough to
put on tlie turning late, while It ought
to nmnke alx or seven. The life of the
average mowing ball In ahout two I ckd&
yes r. The best ball cost ($ or ft1I
while the cheapest sIale down near the
IIt k a comme bellef among amilorn
that a ship which has bee sunk and
raised again ito hated by the gits
of those who were drowed la her.
Smem year ag a lare emigranltt -
steaer wa snk to the Mediterra.
maa. ad ever 00 Uives were test. --
Themad were spat In raitsig theO -
vesseL She waas beaght hme and
reAtted. bU t h ave n .,w o eem dI
It is ImpNOlWb to keep a crew. The 5 k T
me, declare tat deemry aUbt the pOat T fi l "
ball sla wit the smeas t gIaMd Wd m
Sthe mailttaf w aO k, lke rate
it am tpi the o beam of saty fast
st soemryO m -e Maesif_
ect little implement ever
ens the dullest scissors in
Edison's latest inven-
be in every lady's hand
)r five years.
Inly 25 Cents.
-' ,, *i
bve ibW* b -
Vmle -i-mt atl-oned the
pbreeived trmaiporitstiem to
ll~kt othe tabe at Nore-
e" ldNtela Northrn Railrsaad
llue. will Wo.ime ia GTueruvllt
*e- m., .nsam n.-
Es ebbd10. Abser8ptiis edayt
aile of watermelons neat Ar-
. t10 f.owr the track abt Noca-
h Goehe.hs stagy is but half oem-
ther being thne colonels yet to be
The stab to dateisa h foet
Colonel Wallace Fo taevll,
A Coloans W. B. TfckWr l ort
miaU, Military adUtary. fn
the Ap lobol Times says thatro
ifwas dishf it foraktlr andoi
i e w> h rw" =. apt
is a great admirer of Bar At-
thke Bower wfard, but h fks o
a s than s nyt ng yet pro.b
Mby the ower wiaard, in asmuch
p du WaedM ible m sh. the secret
hik0, clle Birc uvfor a small co
1. Applicant for mullet used
Aid file thefr orders early, asfthbsepc-
ha d at the Laf tdtesas of thi
oed ofel C. Setol Fi.
t l, the following important resol-dd
to prepare anod have pubH. L Bshedl,
meilitquarterly secret a short.
a livof the saad astkickin. and at beir
i~th great Flord a Semin
s a great admirer of Bsur-. e
We d 'him .with our ep
cool Suimmer Underwear-
the kind that keeps the heat
out and lets the breeze in
Kodol amure M osd iestles b
absolutely dqesllai N atue's
normal reem la PIaperGfW e
t all nfod lak ilanto the stem
While Kodol tM thi te
stomach is resat -olag
strong ad seatey. A etrn a
healthy steomah arsmatees
aOMd mad asete bral.
The manwait a seuad stomaes
-e stomase that lE sdta n r the
body usAt what Nature latea""6
ft to do--O the man who tos alwa
pared sw for emsermse me
t "there with ta I os."
The man with a seik stomseh, to
a ma alek al over. Whes the
omaSh N leirritated by mundism
. te lsood andb heart ar .dl
reety aef stt Taheu ddeaL -aM
tesW aslessteso ae
marea as ase -s trabe
Popular Linen Mesh Un-
in all styles, sizes to fit you, Shirts
with and without Sleeves.--$1.00 a
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.
All Kinds of
Gauze mand Balbri"ga Underwear
And Athl!tic Styles, sizes to Fit
Boys and Men, 50 Cents and
$1.00 a Suit
Buy them now while you need them
FLOWE, MISSION DAT IT IS NOW JORN C CALIOUN, L.L.D. In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
S--- dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
the County of Leoa-In Chancery.
WWI be Observed by Talak sse W. -Bard of Trusees of UnlversIty of h o o.a-l C e D.
C. T. U. jaae 14t. Ala UeaJneot dy Vote Deo- VNd-b 1.
Jun. 9th will be observed throughout g- on D.it-atse Talia ,. othe te. "&
the ranks of the Woman's Christian deu -ofmtheMW "l dle #111 la la theam
Temperance Union as Flower Mission hassee lstruetr. dt.ber.inopersone thesersa elsft;sb.
Day. By unanimous vote the Board of ldf ai"adN sVat as
Miss Tennis Cassid, of Louisville, Trustees of the University of Alabama, ( e Itis thderUers 'th "th
Ky., th nc a isa at their regular meeting, May 26th, yto the bit isr.the
directed.a successu l lower Mision in A...t-le Wd -ta. this edw
her own city. Mis Frances Willard, 190. conferred upon Prof. Jehn C. pbji. on" a week Ar eight () s mess e
visiting Louisville to speak for her be- Calhoun. of the department of German w ek .. DtWm.s ," W.
loved organization, called upon Min and Romance languages, Florida State rwite Hanry T.T i. Pkel r aMi curt,
Cassidy, and was so surprised by the Collee fo Women, the dgre e S th May. A. D.
work aomplhed that she at one College for omen, the degree of t.waL. theo. this T da Mar. A. .D.
suggested a Flower Mission Depart- L. LcD. Dlark-, .I.NS ft
meant for the W. C. T. U., with Miss This s a peculiar recognition of mer- A trun w ,.;.
Ca( Superintendent. From1882, it, for Professor Calhoun is a native ,Atte.n- ". r .L%.
until ahe passed on to her heavenly Alabmnia and was engaged at work at i .T am u.
home in 1898, Miss Jennie Cassidy was the University of Alabama prior to his
National Superintendent ot tha Work. coming to Tallahasse, there being an No lce hff PabIca Ion.
June 9thbbing the birthday anniversary interval of two or three years whicn he DRPARTMrNT orP THs INTEaIOR.
of the sainted worker, by her own re- spent in Europe. His friends er e and U. Land t1 Ofe as O mw ..iM.,
quest special flower mission meetings throughout Florida regard this honor a Noti is hereby -i that udwjd.. dwi,
are held. In some localities flowers are eminently fitting, for he has been ooe t wof .odvilu. Lords. wba an rFbiuary. L IL.
more abundant earlier or later as cir- of the potent factors in building up the' .ma nwtdfitry Nw.. 1 58 atal Nwtber
eumetances make it preferable to use Florida State College by reason of !.ton. townshi-isot4. seese.t.T
another date as near that one as possi- broad experience, ripe scholarabhip, merikdtn. kas W note anuetio, to make i.
ble. faithful performance of duty and .ira- lgu 1w*.ywt.aim them tbe te
Our Union will observe this Red Let- al disposition. His friends in his native ,s heoH.dwner. ant e'.i d
ter Day in connection with the regular State are evidently of the same opinion tueu thdrf JaNis. .t e.
monthly meeting, which falls on the for one of them, the Hon. Walter D. caileAt mit, a awim- see.
follow Mondy ,14th, and will be deed, State Treasurer of Alabama in W n l Weed
tid in 'Trinity Methodst Church at 4 a congratulatory letter says: "I feel teven ca< r of wmeed lid..
o'clock p. m. that the University has honored Itaelf I sumth Ke .7 e w Se. A ml ....
the opening exercise will be con- by conferring this degree upon one who, 5. -Cubb Reter. ,
deleted oy our Ruperintendent of this devoted so many years of faithful ser-
Department. We hope to have the vice towards her welfare. and upon one #tama lor IS Tears
prqoram in next week's paper. The who can so worthily wear so distin-Iby indigatlon's pangs-trying many
members will respond to roll call with guished an honor" doctors and 200.00 worth of medicine
a flower quotation. Persons ar re- This sentiment is thoroughly endorsed in vain B F,..Ay)'*C. of Ingleside N
quested to bring in gifts, toys and flow- by Dr. Calhoun's colleagues of the fee- C., at asWt ned Dr. Kklngs New Ltfe
era, to be distriboutd after the exer- ulty of .thb Florida State College, to Pills and writes th wholly eureqbm.
cas to the sick apd shut-in. Will be whom he has endeared himself by many They cure Costipa l ioe ,
glad to have to also who are not rsof pleasant association and loyal Sick Headaehe. ULver, KId.
members of the W. C. T. U. participate fleSdalhip i y and Bowel troueees. 5e. at aU
in this beautiful work. draggists. 16-m
Local President. If you ar particular aboutyeor meek -.
Tallahassee. June let, i0W. wear, se the line of Ruafa Waterhuse --1-
& C, earried by Chittenden & Co. 14
cmOp. W N -----
Cern as Pleews egsdiVit m ..
84Wije Dhea in of aofPrfeso
,H0,tlLDaa f.Nrs eat
soof Prlus Stats ~egeu
lam Emk ssi"d wbmwow" X~ 1w a.
o, It i pkm h.ftmbe riMdo
peev to be En m ey way stifas
lostssf. ooob MW Pa.ro
2-L 0 e'e*.N. Y., amwlthe
baeis.3 a dsau- 1 t-- o
the ~s Calmat NiEis At
I* be k1ed ow '.
a aperae ls eof e.
= -m bas. a*
m some hed ds1ae
CZ- A AND
MhE 1EW TWICE DAILY FAST
PA5SW4OM LW4E AND UNITE
WeseraM miii.ftba and OEM fts*
Vft Loosve end PNIb. Se
burd Air LisnedMades
am. Adwtlet-me mtW.te
en d $000 Geolio Teriltay.
Hasseborat mad Southern Railwoy
Dengmasosd Atisatis, Blrmlsgtam a
Panes mrs u"an conseeft o m11
Naw Io", Naw Equirumul, F~w
VMSromPamla 31 ll bow
PFm Elv Jinsths M71bhws.
ewApiy 14 bee
U. a. lid Gws.ON
ticls. 26 0 L ah
IM a ha
* ,- '
^* *. -.-,;
The Value of
s eay to fiswe t y o hkew wi y
b wrL K. k psl dth.mB MMtl
bry lMsar -o0 sao.m K.- mo
m te obsir dOf.
*II ills 7 tt- ad-
a* his f rtdf
6 "e of a thrn ant
Vle.tash d e1k ofan
I@toM dwatpomtwt Itilod
Bl~lWm r m 6Md bow
to f hto is Mamkb e
ito htbrw a o were ema-
m hime mdhis coSret
jutlMess bmeen inspiration to
wase oadueted by
S. 9 aof who ha
Sthe a *ery. He
hWhat waplost to .mea
Wombd d tha death ,ad
I d J Oienm The manb
Asam sowM^ ad withm
i n ret th atem, ant
He Sbesdo tbe morI og d
so mtleuto tM
SmnitWel sta tn Matolr
WHO of birmeeeftaolve
lOf the SatM may
iie, ad thm womar's
Wsb MisWlt to explate,
tewl that there rto the
lgor sendr e atoo,
oblg that not, en-
i s, a ther and to
SOTw the Legilature of a
whbih in addition to the
aU owtanta Soeator.
of ea Isdermble mo-
an, be umced to
of the State may
iaterw and how writes
l -vae bean handling
Squtions of the
lM atteation to the
aeing or entirely s1hol-
,% o e Is really no feeling
e either the women's hat
a hatpin among men in
Sa* man may regard
I average hatpin
erboderug on awe, but
| I /*f interfering in any
W'r Maier with either or
tham as he accepts every
Al shon, p lively. comrn
Ikl- reilgnly Even
84t srtata regularly re-
turs their attention
f ahtea for ladle and
I ml, are not really as
M eagesasm as they pre-
w Ie all known, it would
aU that a Jo rity of
aM e a tteetag wo-
at the present
they have not as
to their regular
aiMlM or beesimse
m yet r" sled to the
f tbo t ses .- Editorial
mN 5 lhim t.,
b ftM *tor
Ils das &night
he a ea d Dr.
e .** i.... ... 5..6t. tEa-- TellUMag
s' a-l-t a wi ^ i'-**- s to sodtp der thm d .
m~t ,,r ... t a e W dnd t y t d rema sd il
.Ji mT E.d Sb -.a -----o--
."= d E Wl"e awards d ayt
T. g. gr KI Mre f r ai ,tThmsd.y for
I(rmn Unkio My I-, 190, At- is hes f t Oa lot o o teo aw
I k h I M t eran.b )w tin te F a h, e Wo bt erO u a s o4 oft o r tw S p .
1 Iatoo IN o'rrcs M frs C. J._Enlth, wdith Mib Mbnnie
e- of te, mt -da .... i ... = Ma to there Aet of Mrse.
gury,,,A S O ALA( N. 8m ) i.P.e& IS. Ml AuEdwarda, of Itod, eaacm
i e0 by e meqor rdeo rroeeds out Wsday m ~e~ a tM raeaisd till
o its d ton ad ab li y to ms Tas Mrl g E of M
t O N Meessrr. Walter Edwards and Hay
NOW&e adopC41 Ua tspet Wednesday laost Io the bfrg, dv.
"nge bom ((at Lloyd)after the reveiBg'
(Prthem Union Signal May 13 1909 Ar- his home atOck ieko after di
etic. "Light anAd Wiad in the Path the est term a. on of our sesol pa-
Ties SALOON IN roiTIr CS Ms C. J. English, wiGMiss FannieM
andMaseer Abner were guesm of Mrs.
Oo ts t mort d ae o e toL's dugnter, s Hightower, tla
exerted by Stb liquor f int c growi out d d e T he.Ca-
of Its dwispeition and ability to me ein rdl .r .in.. h se w rhai-
Ith tsi On Novem be. r 12, i18t bro at i some of he etm. brealgs
I ..lthe l t sel. _1-sBrwes sd" r'." o ,_mm tn er pitre, we beverd sy o a
hel ItsAr-tcongressi n o theityof N. from which Ow lhas realized a nitelitte
York. The ntroduelvsdmtos ohi. sui m bewes making a l.othof jelly and
handed out that o tim e hsonthse toa t"" "... ....he,-
-- .osard prerviBoes.
stu owners of bwere SOse Missm Olive Lott. of Alabamas is visit-
ay e o, w a lm e to *xe ci* perow Dlg a r sth r ons, ouMrs. Perry Striak-
nfluence i t n er interest of the craft in Stl ay g M o le
the legslature anhd public adminisetra of Tbomd a ll G.
don. V l#. 1at It Wrcia M p lty nee, Dr..trr e r inorced of- Tho masv i, low
=Meyforetheobre r thirire at Iki o S g I
th be pVeoule rot or Mr. Smith friends will be clad to bear
th legislative ajd executivee rf t th family r ewo le to i.
m Att, s his bra, M of b u s ts A Jodlli to eor tht Improving of
pladeabue political and fintnri in- Ar To liStte co d ou histerg of
u OWI M essrst Eftta, Bradford and
Saed times boae teo h in their of- Ohe Smith and Grady Cromartle, bled
forms to effect desired ilation, but thmaslves awa to Ml i cosuki. lake
we have never had in uthe united tae riday and A enjoyed a pieoni,. Thy
n Mob wick d the d l i ll tra e pore, t war reinforced ton ta wayby a few
ehbitet ofto ra t icombe atte o for oth a. Fish were plentiful, oMd they
eh Aeri an t tle Io e t fond in the brought us some of the Aniet brama the
solidarity of the liquor forces With akefforda.
them it is liquor first and th country Mtastl Theford, the bright son of
afterward, but liquor all the tim3. Mr. and Mrs. Scarboro, left for his
Hmrj Watterson. mits o of the Loutas llaville home last Thursday. beharin
villa orler-Journal, says: "Evry off three prizes won during hirs term of
office. from the Presdnt's down,. school hier. Two of these are from
handed ot over the saloon counter." the school an the other from theJu-
Theodaor Roosevelt, when Polke Corn- nior Laigus of which he wasa a alued
amoor herof th city of Naew York aad: meo eru. *a will miAss him.
"The most powerful aloonkeeper con- Dr. Armstrong, of Jacksonville, was
trab the politicians and the police, recently in Chaires trying to secure
while the latter In turn terrorism and some patients, but failing to mset with
blacekmails all othar saloonkeepW. If much success his visOit wais made quite
the American people do tiot control it, brief. We snow nothing of the Dr.'s
It will control them." ability to At the eye with glaAs a, but
Heouar the Indianapols News : "The we have other well qualified physician
saloon is a running amO on the politic rn. We. awillsolicit their services
It is a vicious. contagious, dangerous itneed be.
plague spot. There is not room for it Dn. J. T. Stokes, of Lloyd, has betn
and liberty both to liva; one or the in the village three e conseuthi, days,
other must go" paying. visitrto Mrs. J. H. Fleming
Sand little Lter Patterson.
teCivil liberty and th liquor traffic are If our ponds continue to dr up we
engaged today a never before, in a afraid the doctonrswillnotbe able to
death Cstrunre. It is the last great say it is dwtrea ingrly healthy, for their
desperate battle I am not here to tell decaying matter wilt breed malaria.
you that one or the other must down. sometime ago a conductor on a train
am here with my feat on the solid te leaving Lloyd, found a snail boy
rock of the consttution, with m font on the train who said his father whi. pped
to thefoe and my e on the stars t him and he was running away. The
tell you that dlvi liberty will live and conductor upon reaching Chaires turned
the saloon will di r this child enc r to Mr. George Patter-
no en T ia ti son, who sent him to his father next
w Hrr tl morning We heard the child, who
ise often thought to be re(pnaible for seemed to be only 6 or 7 years of age,
an Infant'e loa in weight or general say if his father whipped him again he
poor health. The cause usually Inthat would run away again. A very bad
ihe child has worms. They get the tendency this.
starves. actually starve. White s IMire Nannie and Octavia, and Miu
Cream ermifuge expels the worms and Carrie. with Mr. Rutledte A ford and
nourihem the child, sure and safe Repreientative, Mr. McQueen Chaire.
Price 2s cents. Sold by Hlarde-Smi.th spent Stunday ate the ho of Mr. an
Co.. Druggists CA 1m i Mrs. l). G. Chairaes. All of thee are
mewinows o and. residents of the Capital, except Miss
&mxnordinhob e oxfords ty' pump, tw lee Chairas, of Philadelphia. who
oxfords in blucher sty. two eyelet a ain out forra visit to ercousin
thre, eyelet ties, and strap pumps, ys Amanda, and Mr. Chairew. of O00
grun motal ad patent colt. low and me- i No Harmon who ws the ama-
lumCuabanheels, highheelt, alli.. tant teacher r were for the pest term,
-ing fur her home in North Carolima.
,vi T (wh t, r-., w ye Ca Ge L Newspaper er
lTbOmmV A-- hto leda4 a, ted "te Mothing.
SiThis is a reading age, and th. pso-
FiseldaCmtalwill wait at Capitola ~ w~-.
obt mints mSeabsar. .IAen w' e 99.
Is ths qWleuteshdm~okbetweee its$ a Woo s ldaigheto INek he
amThsuesyIML book -
~ea hesvia, aA. C. &W joy.&a Uern I
L. SmA~~~eny UnemanMW Atlanta aM q *j7 ~ hm
OLO 7vb do .- &A A.far make sbte sd&n ft esi vel.tis
:K, rlqpsI m At owto&m.
S PI ll E Lpn ca nrs fr om W Themes.
Tuba to PealiS, za5.584L111
NU Oinfit*me Jft M4 mwlemS
What Is CASTORIA'
Is ew ha bnmlmm t owe
cog*uftwmee. m a n awbwm= .it isW
emS e is WeverT"Oe "OI Dnus% cma dS W0
aels" 1 u'I- vs-Ye h ?rsbm t m CsinoI
emSA" 0q. I *n beft a" Need.veSd:
memshem Dwesgiin hmotwe nmc .
The Kind To HaT e Always Boug
In Use For Over 30 Years.
suM U. W USWi.-- U*m em**w
1 Even our
Grandftahen knew what
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and In every case I has h nderd immediate rele
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