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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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TALLASRAfZ FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 11 1909.

I Ond Government; Honesty In Public Office; qual Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.
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ALL TOGETHER FOR TALLAHASSEE.


Attend Meeting of Citizens at City Hall Tuesday Evening Next,

June 15th, and Assist in Organization of


I2hamber of eominerce.

It is desired that every man who is interested in the welfare of Tallahassee attend.




A turned ob TksINS IT WILL PASS. Ar Ship y Cross A Ssso That WasCOM
ISeat.r M cullen Gives.. ies', Ocean Withn a Tear Jaaa Pol a w rd-
Life oU f mk W oIris As t.oPassaa ."f Pr.hi oa 0 =can Withn a Tr M"- ts i.ostals.,Z
--- Amdmet. --- A new insurance company, to be
Tate F Prison Erly Sda a Times Wilur Wright Says We Ray Look known as Our Home Lite Insurance Tht G Wnw
s -Ea rl Senator D. C. McMullen, accompa- FOr AstO hin D1veliopients Company, with headquarters in Jack.- er T To T LAw ?U a ,a
O1WN A" 11d 1n9 Ffr0 1a1 nied by Mrs. McMullen and the children, A Thb Ibe -sonville, has been organized in Talka. Tb TwO emos.
Tard Oak.-Affair Greatly returned yesterday morning from TallsaA th h haee. Letters patent will be applied The legisladtive IM
hanse, and when sen today the Sena.- Dayton, O.-A Ulp through the air for as soon as all legal prelimlary distnctvev in maay was. o
Regrette .th ates that although d there had been acroe the Atlantic is by no means an ditions have been compiled with.
i Miek Morris, the murderer of ex- much hard work to be done, both he and impoiaibility in the opinion of Wilbur The company will carry a capital besiped such ae o d i lb
LA ston., was brutally execu- his family had enjoyed their stay at Wright. When his attention wasu called stock of $200.000.00, with shares at a e ompli hed l owi
te jail yard about 3 o'clock Sun- the capital. to the performance of the Zeppwlin air par value of $10 00 each. Of th fewethe acumbrplse r blein
thehenilseardnatoutaSooinlocknStheI1shares the incorporators have taken t t
by a small but determined When asked as to his opinion on the ship, the Dayton seroplanist sid: r cent and a block of thirty per eint has been an Important -mess.
Wo the people were, where, workIf the legilaturh,.hne tor MMul "I am not at all surpriieI! at the i now uponthe marketat 1&00 per bitions bd be b olht aM dis
41ame from and what caused them ehouht declared t ist on the whole he ih of the count's balloon:; tact the share. fie uext. blnck of thirty per sue befrs the voters of the
dde determine to take the is of the opinion tht had their be ony surprising feature of the whole cent will be sold at $20 00, and the y- w th. Dastranchilsnmaothae
of the prwner, will perhaps never, little l pi talk ard te oe k, mhre matter is etht he has not done ia well ining block at $2 00per shareits death blow, the pri
be known. The fair wa most bi lttlscoul hve belk en ad mre w ich or better before Count Zepelin has Offleers are a follows. President N. been passed; no laws really
y planned, and within often bills would have been a ,ctd wih undabi edly' liven the question of ligh- B. Bruward, Jacksonville; let Vice the corporatons have been
fom the time Jailer Gray was Next to the State-wide prohibition ter-than-air appliances more th,,ght President. C. R. Allen; 2nd Vice Pres.- none that are hartful to the
the dIed was consummated and bill. which Mr. McMulln ste s will, than any otherman and he has accu- ident, --- --- 31 Vice And the session has bee
s rshadoquietlwhehdrawn.' according to the information whichhemulateda vat fund ofnformti President andSecretary, J.Evans, many dramatic fetres.
no trouble sheriff Hous ha received from ll pr of h ate which will prove of Jnntimable benefit Tallabauuee; Treasurer. W H. Milton. but sharp fht over the
So a business mission be carried at the next et bto other navigators of the air, whatever Maanna; Mdical Director. H. E. I bmiilon taNmen t, th
Georgia.leaving the jail with 'ri e from nxt to l.t000 vb a type of machine- is uld. Palmer. Tallah~auee: General Cuunsel, the Gover and Sea;t
protection. Senator rewards the "ageo t the Of course. his line of thought and D. A. Simmons, Tillahasse. fight for dbl hisemeat
Gray wearoutd b ome onensor reard the r et theo that pursued by myself and hrotherdif- The. poSAitin of 2diVice President is Senator. the Alexander-Clark i
that he was a rputy with someoneprimary ill retriti the e o!e mon- feared most widely, and yrt there wereI not yet tilled. rhe Board of Directors ris-Hlhurn euatrovesile the
-p olr ofinearcerate. Absolutely in connection with te oeleti n of cam subjects in corn-non htween us,. such is composed of all the officers, and the and finally the Jacksmill
aetful of what was to result h and repair nd a the publt a ortant ill as the mastery of the ever changing: Exe.utive C(;mmitte., of thepresiden, flIht-all "ill hold an Sillid S l
N pairn fundsbys the moirne,,t cruant billyioer m swe oethemb o
and wa immediately cove that was assed and r at th currents of airand their different e- sereary and treasurer. the page of the his of m
ranumberof revolver in the hands thtwa pased l nd0 f .rn1 atthe hi fl avities. Many of his discoveries' Theoutlok for the company is con- andwil berememberd by all whSl
Determined men who informed him commissioners to adverhi for bidsc have bxn of benefit to us, and I hope sidered very promising. applications for noesed them.
their purpose. he attempted todis- where an expenditure of over $30 of that we may be able ine t measure o hares in stock being received in every Over six hundred and I bill
.sd them, but it was useless. He te public moneys wa con rned.Irepay him for the aiLance we have mail introducd in the house a
overpowered, locked in an unoccu- About the week.a c ording received from him. --w-s hundred in tt wat It is 6
Aib, bi wife guarded to prevent senator McMullen. it ae evident His type of nirship wl htve a field P0t Nurpap Sas. est crop in the history. And tl
being given, and then they that the corporation forces were at largely of its own, and there is ample This wel'-known visitorto Tallahassee been Tey, ver
to put their unholy design work to stop the pap.ge of eerthin reown for the belief that its perfeeto gave the fol owing for publication ro- viewed from an apIm r
I---, t. bills, which they thought would prove will serve a very useful purpose." centiv: T The most imp o ilol tbll
sfe.ht like a tiger at bay ini-m l to their interest: but by re In reply to a question as to who., i "Politic is a disease. For instance: their way sfei thre
ieously for his lit.e. He In ma fy tomouupedon i tO r, w,
int. h. all man ins in s.ion untA 2 o'clock one his opinion, it would be possible toero A man tor whom you spend yor money the "ate.h tw.
,t n n, Ito morning the backbone of this opposi- the Atlantic in the air, Mr. Wriht let, and who, think, n yor
that life^ wa eac He added that all the ta about N"Nw, all tht is pure conjecture. t, s i iad rstitud and for r to S i
thin Su D, ,i la tO. po r dwiss the e s,.j whi..oudbeat meditely or sow.yb daed, a w the asd .,i

toovseUistd theeaitle d yard son Ch.ota anseds he lavss asm r t
l th m. Md~ i~' *i~rt agSrlva rse the bs eo ar usp oft eLeadfoil, with srvingma i ^ Ssai Whi gisl ePIise of 1aSm3 C P
m eiiudsmataon 1eod ba AZ..-- will be.-,t.e-dr to the greatly tithea*BlrlS. .T S I aefteiP whoirre sotats Tt, ty Shaming I f teI
id tw l dletsD- o-heW C.. ef-es "set ate wigh t of the e-is budt.f you. 'Yes .tt hat m an heMls TMM -
.5 .t t- --eve ing h-ee hond ts wM to. slk 18 m Atda I all t q H o t*ia *eM ak *
B. .a',. g ite lWk S'-think ou may kfo aslhediithatis fidusihis PblisheiWitU SS U..U. ttE
cel^for 2a vote of JSenSthe yeaaram nW my a tieatatia ~ his istt bed. It. a disease;- at d Imb--



rugmeel rd ilthtca me L p,. l for MbbhM tha Meal.. (a -t~ 7- "e now that Babd' M 1meiv t.- X. ki.aSr n-MI~h itwileni tT-elvs epas


, he u wM b9 l rpre Radin. g MAt -.atleasw a sa. tha -. t will "M itT-reieves h pa .%- nL t
lra tmbe- .ad the 3SC a Itr MUm1itted e robbery waos ar 8athe swelUin am d hmbeya thea t Ie
aw.ithe Sal. Ha eve.. myn. i the afewl made here aM th biteo, jette and muacles so that you ill be At 4 eoClek a large awd
h.o&l. l Siy. S. tate ogaut, by-Joes Marni. Mtin M UeMv adf well aslt0 yu ever wre T i M i e.r s.
wl p uto the pto. QuatDon. was eovieted rFFiday and seMteesdt. Me ..m S0c. and $1.00. Sold by some pmt suwis f M E
Reception f ew mb fr years ymin theo penitentiary e a ardedmitC.4 4 Drits.16 w meot, o erem
p i et, IRe dig e on Why a brgeof robbag tthe poetoffieh at Woe- a Mare bask It~with
............rWwer ..M.. G._ ..ty ,_ Of N ow _,, _W _. i
.W3mlp S by dew d Mete-uu The Roses" __ _e New Yorkt.-A movement which alms scrambled tor themt
Ot an Life aSeteh of Jennie Camidv. a ** wto cure Sunday as day of roet for all Ameg the awd was a Jag
iyegmade Disu-ion-"How ca- I l-elp the beside this: want to aro on record a the postmen in he Udied Stafte was She was as mel that she de -td'
itmad If towr ?" isi T* e may' tha t I regard Electrie Bitterasa iaugurated at mentin s .of New York to serab e. lto thecrowd, but
toKjK hinm!e "mpl Tie as text card. and arrange for die. one o the greatest gifts that God bas clterymen of several denomninatons. A quiety side. After the eMiree
so theIm. tri nbtas of gifts, la and flowers sent made to womaw. writes Mrs. O IRhe-e memorial was prepared whtch will be each sathed a "tot and rMa gm
i i s. vault, of Vestal Center, N Y "I ean presented toPotmaster General hitci. away she ate op to the beakt
-e -Trinity Methodist Chureh, Monday **e tefIi t what it has done wr me." emek. COrk the loa. t was vMe y smM.
Bl14th9 at 4 *'elo.k m. Ts glorte seed"?n Itesa wee to Teoglves aa i Sa thanked the baker and rWo
S beysent spirit. vigor of to.dy and jubi-W i i Whe a t It ma
to-e. Mr. and M rsn H. A. Hathsway. of lat h It quickly cure Nearves Subcribers disoont iutig- the ase of brond new pold Th pairskitg
SOrfind are i Talahasseefrth sm- ea, Slsleae. Ianho Riead. telephones daring the summer imwont had 4ben a wtae, me e n to
wiasr. Mr. Hathaway as awmbetr of ree Baekde. sating a Diy wilbfe erfed a fee of three dollars the baker.
he IN the faofty of the meresWnwIPnolt the lsa-s. bu lds up th' weak, aikh for rematallirg sam "No." saMid the baker, "tagbu
dunes 1Omne. for Women, whi. b will beg gly. Try them. 60 cets at Soethern Telephone & Costratien Cs, mistake. I is is elbi
10g semi'. JJ Seb.2h. tIs.S 1 6-tf By W. L MNro. Manage. It is yeass.- mrIs.s















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S Mawl other, the Jacksoville

bSmr I engaged passage seros the
e smy of the aeroplane It.Ha
b Ihe mI m aufature of stomobles
00.0000 will be exonded this year.
a Kep your eye on Tallahassee when
Swet st- active business association

bg Confederate Veterans are hold-
Sthelr Annual Reunlon In Memphis

breeclipses in June- moon, nun and
PsU LdSgisA(lature.-Jacks onvill I I
21mo-JUnlon.
ibe are abundant opportunities an
te I M of menufsetuling for Tallahaui-
W Mg. And it is workshops that build

Unele 8am has 26.83i mon at work
ft m d Panama canal. This number (of
am Certalbly ought to shovel a lot of

a. re le Is tiapend 0),0o,10)0 on her
.h, This doesn't look so if universal
Is being very much considered by
nations.
Is one of the amazing tfcts in Con-
that the blind Senator from Okla-
eI m eM eso much more clearly than

11ey propose to celebrate the inde-
uMiMss of Palm Beach county on July
/i. That new county Is not yet under
I delinmaton of the politician.
1 t highest record of the thermome-
SW Tallahassee this season has been
4I girtees. Our friends it the .States
r tm ofE us are sweltering under 98

S'tede L'ngT s is now visiting his
in Georgia. His intimate friends
S that he wiU return to Florida
0esatet with Tallisaferro for the
States lenaster.
Sfewl trltes in Tallahassee are
Why not a dosen more
of them, and the men em
would help to enthuse
fM this splendid little

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o ba for the PeiwVtis
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ALL TOOM t TAULA.-

And In aer d* we ma- gat togeate
ap ubls meeting isleaed fomat Tee.
dy evemia.** at *'el, at der hal
It 1is -id that e y lar aks
Capital Oty be pre t, wbo f that
he wuM ke to se It rew said pr..
pr. This masos that every morebat,
every pratesaadal mem, every capital-
let, every realoetate aget sad every
artim is invited.
Il fast, it is dltrd that ithbeo a m-


s theiastb* gathering, and that every
s ma mm with i beart ad Mhia bd
Sed w ath purpose to do more tham
ever before in the terest of this pleap-
did little city.
S~oma of the moot represtative poo.


ple of the town are promoting this
movement aad are anxious to put their
shoulder to the whel for a grater Tal-
lahabs"".


Lot everybody, without regard to vo-
eation, determine that we shall be
ALL TOGETHER FOR TALLA-
HASSEEI
Attend this meeting.
TEE NEW GRAMAR.
It is gratifying to know how progress
in English scholarship is keeping pace
with Industrial development. An idea
of the advance made in the analysis and
dissection of our mother tongue, for ex-
ample, may be gained from a text-book
of soke 500 pages published as an aid
to pupils studying English composition
How rudimentary was the old classi-
fleation of nouns as common and proper,
abstract and concrete! There are now
"material ncuns," "nouns of multi-
tude," Ac. Thus, while "sheep" is a
common noun, "mutton" is a material
noun. Fish in the water is a common
noun, on the table a material noun.
Adjectives are now quantitative,
demonstrative, multiplicative, &. If
one eats much or little dinner the ad-
jective is quantitatSve Verbs, l lides
being transitive or intransitive,. irregu-
lar, defective and auxiliary, are facti-
tive. In the sentence, hey made
him king," the verb Is factitive, be-
cause it requires some word besides the
object to make the statement complete.
There are verbs of complete predica
tion ("rivers flow") and of incomplete
prediction ("the man has fallen
asleep"). There are "phrase adverbs"
("to and fro," now and then"i.
Hut It is in the conjunctions that the
momt interesting evolution has taker.
place Conjunctions are now co-ordi-
nate, cumulative, alternative, adversa-
tive and illative. Illative conjunctions,
readers who learned grammar in little
red school houses may need to be in-
formed, are conjunctions by which one
thought or idea is inferred or proved
from another. In the sentence "He
was found guilty and therefore hang-
ed." "therefore" is illative.
The book is interesting as an example
of the extent to which preciosity in the
study of language may be carried. But
why confuse the pupil's understanding
of the simple principles of English com-
position by an over-elaborate terminal.
ogy? How will a knowledge of Illative
eonunetlo belp in the preparation ofI
another Gettyburg address or a reply
to Hiayne-N. Y. World.
TES AMOMIBNIT.


The p amuttdtimal ameAnd-
meM at bally adopted by bosh heese
osf th FndIS Lesgslatretossumi-
ae to te psepte at the fall lWet6o9 laI
wls mad provide for phbktbio of
t60 lNq- tr.e inl rida tI as f&l-

Aitlels XIX Seetma1.-The MM.
ofd l e re ad bever.
P whether -- r -B or R
ilo-Mlaafflerid pt oalsobeloB for
salestile e meammiMal per-
Sthe sale whMeb alehoti mad
tfor the parpsse afomesmd asha


rah amodowd INwllbe vOW o psa
bythoepsalef k oinoatthsof vem..
be n"m lof 339AtIt ktMb toere.
"hte* M~brl, SEoveus est MK


dam, f thm b -o had be ibed

malA, WI wof@ I ams lf aelo
Umedtes laasse sels bih *d E


beod asot in oLm. e 1o whidk Wdl
esso lo pwretae libe wea wm a

Usi"gl iut" whmreo the pomStte
agtomw I so xauriol e yeld ps

pa e aduetrysaw a Jaksmville

Th panel industry of Vhrl andM


t m es mtbt m o iwa f othe twosatme

preested which smow a gatifylag
growth of teIndustry. At the meet-
lg In Moe ollo, a year oitw

Southwest Georgia their were then
6,000 sere i buddad and grafted stock.
At the Cairo meeting It eas reported
that the asereafge in the same theory
is now 10,000-an increaseof 4,000maer
"in one year. The reports from nursery-
men indicate a still larger increase for
next season, as fully twice as many or-
ders are booked as was the case a year
ago. As far as popular data is obtain-
able, this section of country leads the
world in this popular industry.
^*- ~- -' -." -
The newspapers of the State are say-
ing that Leon county has been disgraced
by the Sunday morning lynching. The
editors are speaking without informa-
tion as to the facts. The lynchers
came to the county jail on horseback
and in buggies, and but few btli .e
that a single Lon county man figured
in the transaction. It is greatly re-
gretted, but leon county should not be
hed responsible fr the for the occurrence.
CAPT. BOS NOT HURT.
The many friends of Capt. R E Ro.e,
thf efficient State chumrniSmt, and they
are legion throughout Florida, will be
glad to know that the effort made to re-
duce his salary was unsuccesful. This
department has been made selt-suwtair-
Ing through his efforts, and notonly )so,
but actually contributes considerable
funds to the State treasury. A recent
issue of the Pensacola News said of
him:
"All State oft*ery at the head of a
department receive $2,50) per year.
The at, chemist has received that
sum for two years.
"The State chemist has increased the
revenues, of hiA department from $,i.600
net iii 19il, to $36,O(1, net in 190o8.
"lIe ha. paid all the explsncsef of his
office in 19Ur6, including extensive addi-
tin t tothe State laboraoratory ($,OuO) and
placed t$l6,200 to the credit of the gen
oral revenue fund of the State over and
above all expenses.
"He has increased the value of the
fertilizers and fesdetuffs throughout the
Stat meort than r 50,000 per annumr.
"The travelils axpens of the State
chemist is the life-blood of the depart-
ment Without his eooastant and fre-
oet inspection of the fertliaa facto-
rias and wariudes of the State, adul- i
terted and Inferior fartdiaers andvfedd- i
stuffs would ea lood the State. n
'Tb Stsate o Frids and ar people
hae received mat lss thme (6000 an- I
mmally n Incraaed value of fedtfe I
ad fertillsers aold durag the lasit thIt
years, during tha term efwoe0 or amao
thou four millie deisin, swing to his '
ativee and ee--t vlgmee Ia pre 1
"te tihe espe of the State frees
freudulemt sad au teabltd frtliedar' s
mad fewdtouls.
"The State hsrwartsy under his ad-


mlattiem has bosam m of the bat
smd meet vatmb itituteens ef Its
Md b ithe UmiWd Sateqaipped to
waisvenutry mad apy do the *work t
oftha peopestofteStato." o
Several State paps amangthem
th Tamm Trthme.b b oumming th
tat that tih lisaIM e fald to pas e
Sat olfrmity sohee beek bill, sad
ays that the SAMal book to- still has

khaW .The To bMs m*wr m m greeu m
Pm Po o t6 butM eea-

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at oos m lbs"" e ft i
h a ia als weO* 4
h semis ha da ahlm d away, we
belmelto week dot amio wN be
hSud to have made fsr Oetw er al
entries inb the Stte.-Lakeld

Uil the mel laws ase glof
t pi al th de Stat It withw o as
als im hse-b to tf what bo p beo
butP hutThe tesDemst

the IM eand. uesqbbn -
sawd theO poepism esiMl w ta
IAeys ream Seen splead ibe were,
e i lk Me t i Wil s the tet of
MC adverse orslebv, nmd be of isle
alMo hbemet to toe people of h
State, bet tha priaipal good of the
1im Lesstere was na the kilet of
several iniqitous ea ries,.
So far a its peepeame u was eoeerned
t was far above the average. There
were medioere sme in both bodies at is
true, but the wiae and the confederate
weo far in the majority, and the lead-
era wore not d for tfir ability sad
business acumne. The sessions have
hwn the people of the State that
there are quite a number of able men in
Its confnes who have heretofore exhib-
ited but little political prominence, but
who will hereafter be tonspicaous
among its leaders.
OFFICES GO EGGING.

The people of the new county of Palm
Beach must be a peculiar lot. At any
rate they seem to be different from the
usual run of Florida people. Governor
Gilchrist at the request of the Demo-
cratic Executive Committee of the new
county, has named the first set of coun-
ty officers. He preferred a primary but
the citizens made it plain that they did
not care to go to the expense and trou-
ble of an election and were perfectly
willing to leave the selection to the
governor, acting upon the advice of the
county committee. Now that the ap-
pointments have been made, it is found
difficult to induce any of the appointees
to accept. -Tampa Tribune.
The holding of offices being a new
thing in Palm Beach county, the people
have not yet learned how exceedingly
valuable they may make them. If the
governor wants to see a mighty rush of
acceptance let him make such appoint-
ments in any of the older counties.
A f'lorid.t weekly is asking what de-
sign will be- engraved on the silver ser-
vice for the battleship Florida. Well,
why not a likeness of Senator William
James Bryan. -Tampa Tribue.
There have been too many men as de-
serving of the honor. A design should
be adopted which will magnify the ma-
terial glories of the entireState, rather
than the laudation of some particular
individual.
TRE LEGISLATU iE ESCAPiE
The Tampa Tribune, in a column ad -
torial, denounces the action of tbe mob
which lynched Mick Morris, and in there
separate paragraphs thea cites what
the Legislature eeapad:
Very thoughtles in that Tallahai e
mob to permit the members of the
Legislature to get out of towa before
it at about ridding the commuaty of
anesmirable temas. .
That Tlahaaseou mob was a foew days
at. Thnk what a series it eould t
wav reudared the State by gettaf
or before the Legislatuae ate s 1
Se member of atheaLeg olature
doubties breathed a sigh of rebef se I
Mting that the Tbhllahesse mob await. '
id their departure before delag my. I
hianrask
A State eoeventis of Democrats to
rofmnaiae a platform ar tha ttf 1
suideMseof the party is being agkateL

hat tre*ferthe of te member of


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The oath Sl, twoare Englsh and
icaev Aruakpo fromle shWb as
Nalkfto ab the mrm^.H*-i0=
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ampeople, nearly as m y as l .t
Spain. In the Uqitld Staa strip 4
miles by 40 whbe central line O o .
Boston and WAshington con=ais nearly
15.000,000 people in a space rather
more than a third that of New York
9 ,te.
This little strip ot American soil ia.
eludes Providence and Rhode Islad 1
valley towns, Hartford, New Eaves
and the Connecticut mnnafsletrang
centers, New York, Newark, Jersey
City,.Trenton, Philadelphia, and BalU S
more. It has many ports and is
ing faster than any other aim
population center of the world toward
undoubted primacy.

TEE COtTON NOVEMINT.
According to tle report of Colo el
Henry G. Hester. Secretaryof thNew
Orleans Cotton Exchange, theamounst
cotton brought into sight dek'ab4
days of this season was 13,00S,178 bei
an increase over the same period la
year of 2,256,603 bales. The o .
were 7,877,166 bales, an increase ,
981,467 bales. The takings were, by
Northern spinners, 2,479,188 bales, m
increase of 866,289 bales; by Souther
spinners, 2.112,218 bales, an increaseof
170,254 bales.
Among the first Florida girls to enjoy
the privileges of woman's suffrage are
Misses Maude and Viviwa Roberts, es
Key.West. They went out, to Goldes,
Colorado, to pay a long visit to
brother, Julian Roberts, and
there qualifed as electors andcasot their
votes in an election, the ampalga fr
whih was quite exciting. The y6
Cladi treuse proadit t o hir
pere qle as ed their leteshems
maged quite a butter of 4i-
Key Weat.-Times-Ueia Sheet
T" I wui
i i -- ..0. t .
without ezexptimmu wil seeom psed e
Governor Whbrsit har vaeti le th -
eat act of tbe legislature
tmt all matter tor whis Moe -b
Mlvedby ssiwspaprs he aM ad


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G.UVENPORT,


reieved W"t


AwutedadkeawwaL sTo

~7 reieetahe anditress sa
im. the weakening influence of
Ile: wic so frequenty pro*-


whieveer ocmanic. requires with
.A e Jmeat a action, why
aot you? They do not derange
the tonmach nor create a habit.
'Why not try them? Get a pack-
age from your druggist. Take it
41cord1gC to directions, and if
S it does not benefit he wil return
tour money.

easa suu *s" uxra..
S -
t*e r the eoi s. Cnlepps NMust
*e eas the pettag Table.
(Brdtown. Journal.)
After awnearty three weeks of labor,
dh two Colpepprs, father and son,
b kwendautownL They have preached
|t lumaly, yet lovingly, have told s of
S gim emaand hw togetnd of itand
S rihave book the iastruments in the
[ brnb of Godofat spring this community
a 1t hee sever bean stirred. They
h, -ad-s-d themselves to every
rn,. woman and child with whom they
e- im enotacet, ad the influence
d their week here will remain as lou
a s Bnradtown is a town and Manate
I a eaty. Ad now as they leave us,
eme for bi home and the other for the
Speratiar table ad sugem'ons knife,
W w b m God's speed. Our pra era
Sullflow them ad our bope will re.
that this, their trat t, is on:y
freranaer of many to come.
Mary Cherry, of Senea, S. C ,
,*e has b*ea the guest for several
; e atas of Governor Gilchrist and
a. Gio at the Executive Mansion,
W lcomlany Mrs. Gibbes back to

TheY 3i M Se
s oft two kinds-conevit and the big
b ad that corne from a sick headache.
Deayour head ever feel like a gourd
yoer brain feel loose and sore?
,. e B cure It in no time by acting on
"a liver with Ballard's Herbina.
t worth trying for the absolute
sartain relief you'll et? Sold by
NpeSeimlth Co., Drugits. 15-1m
irSdo"S"'10" will cure any case
ofhW sad Fever. Price 26c. 7-13t
Monthly financial Statement
I CAMty Boad of Pubic Instruction.
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a .t C AT Umrm. ANUmAWu"m mecvtv iT MAW s Im. tone
Our Cypress Tanks

Excbwllosa l Material mad Workmasip.

ni uM I fmir.,
ORU MILL FACIUTIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Furisng Lumbr is a Grades at Low
Pricm.
YmO NQu Aim A soua.
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,


Apalachicola, ,Fla.


F ta not
that the
watch is the
fine watch


by chance
HOWARD
Sone truly
k made in


America.
The HOWARD Is the reasoned
combination of the finest material
and workmanship ever put into an
American watch.
Every HOWARD is adjusted ii
its ease, and price-ticketed at t':;
factory-$35.co to $15z.00. T":
price is never cu!.
,Ve are distributors for this Ji;-
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.Watd Before
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P. T. NICHOLSON,


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[ampdem, Illi-
I other cheap-
% in stock at
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CHILD BROS.

CONTRACTORS
AND

BUILDERS.


We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service in all lines of building. Call on uas


if you are contemplating any kind of building.


We can


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


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PONt


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ner.
Call and ee the a
Variy of Wagons, everal makes
Panic Prim


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TULLY 4! YAEGER CO.
TALLAIHAS PRA.


PERCELL & CO.


Meat Market.


Third Stall from right of eatrance.I
New butchers with Clean Equipment, and with abowamt
experience.
MeatB of all kinds in season, and given best of atMtaids
Unusual neatness being asured.
'P"tONE US YOUR ORDBR.L


SEND FOR FREE OOKS0


FLORIDA PRODUCTS#

FLORIDA ORANGES-Books of speswal latrset to
Orange Growers.
FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES-Booklet on "Soil, Varl*-
ties, Cultivation and FertiliatUoL."
FLORIDA VEGETABLES-A complete manual of Florli
da Crops.
IRISH POTATOES--L flet on "Soil, Seed. Platig,
Cultivating, Fertiliing, Digging and Ipplag.'
FIELD CROPS-Special Booklet will beMed th b now
met. Send in aiddraeses of all intrtod o we -
mail them a copy as soon as It come frodee thwpte.

WILSON & TER FERTIIUZ CL.


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mwR. R. G. PERREL L,
*es (Uee -to A. T. *@On
libu mA "", A 7~Ai KIands of Fresh Meats
-- Satihfaction uarated. Gie m our order. Prompt delivery.
S. .. O. FITC MEAT
IL aWim se.e,.
--MMaaa~., ..,RIla a Pp Pholse No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Sucems when Orderaing
&Mats from my Stall.


IT THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrou nd by the best Huatlng and Fisbhaf
in Flori A



FRANK W. DUVAL, Manage.


KEMPER STABLE
C. A. assesaswIs piqi.

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Eisperiamead aBd RaMe Drivens fhr al T-a


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!? An Oil Drin that preserve the Leather. A durable
Pat~ t Leather Polish. No brush required.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.

Randolph & Fenn.
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N a tni llM traW bale ihas
s! S i tedns o 14
S. .G gmS, ef lonM ille. e to the
a Sfeo s.

A.r.wherld is spending the
Glbo will a o er amy eae-


SMmi alght, Jaoe 7th, to Mr.
S.. eJJames, a daughter.
.J. r Raymd smd wife, of New Or.
km, guests of the Lo eHotel.


Stoorke a
tg. vrstt hastomL roa tiv



e s a.em as visit tos W day s.


t for her omlke ain Colmbia,
I. -
H. o Mller, a po it oInsurance
oef deksonvl is registered at the
P. T. Nishlson the Jeweler, ean do
=C tah TbworL in a workmanlike
.0ve bim a trial.9
And Mrs. John G. Cowills and misw
w ll speMd the summer at Pans&-

Mimae Palmer of Jackeovville,
el o her cousin, Dr
W. Niehelson and grandow
r. r irll wre spending saveo
S. to ia m's tosl.asts. or
dress suit cases goto
S.ra. 11
Lamar Walker will leave
t a visi pt of oene
W. W. I -mar was in TaI d haso
I t elpt of his sister.

A=,f mnt ilbt Chittenden
14
Mrs. R. F. Burdine, of Ape-
were a thO city this week.
bth LegA Hotel.
Jo- *S. Winthrop left today for
to her Mrs. James
U a up that old wood fence
a, uw up-to-date Iron fence?
The Capital Stone Co.
Short, who is just recov.-
reeagt attack of illness,
for a few days.
L1who trvest the
Wek with home I r
dew, Mrs.

NewAvilM w Pkw ea
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For eae por ligt wigdt twoe-pios
SM t, leave your deor W Cht
S Crs. b ae a pecialty of of u.
fer m 1rod 14
Mr. A.J -. Mama, M expert bolder
Md satome mass, has owved to TaIlus
iMeno from Tbemswit, and located at
m South mmeo street.
YoTe anfind aloMot aythin tobe
ad im Jewelry At Nichlson'sn Jew.















of Pr.eri, 8oada Shool enjoyed
Sdel.ht olg, t a ru-
Mrs. Beverly, wife of the popieto
of and Mrs. W. Dr sistr, B A.
KMi Bi, o Mobile war In TaUa seeor
Smount of North day w ret.
Lot the Cap until Ste llCo. show you
what them ve to offer t mouno wetal
work sfening. 1a4tf
A. 8. Marart Bradford f returned th.
weeook from Mos, Telo wstre she o
been agtay at a do lotful boua party
given by Miss Eeio Partridge.
Mr. Claude L'Enagisleft Saturday for
Clarksville, Ga. where he will remain
for several wek s with his family who
are oummerg there.e
Th eae utiful lin of h. nd-p14inted
China carried by P. T. Nicholaon, the
Jeweler, ia becoming more popular ev-
eory day. Come lot me of how you. 9
At La h fall Tueseday the members
of Presbyterian Sunday School enjoyed
Sdelightful oug, this behaving a reguoyal
la annual event y, ath them of

the mountain of North Carolina, where
they will remain unbil late fall.
31U looking for cheap goods, you can
nd them anywhere, tdaou warm ornt
therm latest stylesA- and beocht at rea
sonable pri oe, gWo to C ittendon
Coos. t ao,14
A. and. Monroe. of Quincy. and .e
Monroe, of Waco., Texas, steppod over
ndaighto Tuedayat the hted n routn to
t Mark for a week' fonihing. At-
Dr. W. C r and hs uperintend.
lawt of the Hoaly for Ann Insaneo bwa
part of the week, a uest of the Lees-
Low quarter ihoeas, slppers and
u mp ia white canva and white kid,
o women misses and hildrem all
atyles and a" at Chittnd a 'a.
S" the window of white. 14
Mr. Noble Jones, who owns and oper-
ates one of the flneast of Leon county
farms, near Lloyds, has gone to Savan-
nah with his family to spend the sum-
moer.
Miss Fenton Davis is having a royal
good time in Kentucky, as the guest of
Miss Mamie McConnell. Several beau-
tiful entertainments have been given in
her hoaor.
Wanted-Improved Florida Farm or
farm lands. Must be A-I *oil and cheap.
(Give full particulars in first letter.
Owners only. W. L. Harris. 93W Mon-
roe street, Chieago, Ill. M-2t
Mr.. and Mrs. T. K. Hodges left Mon-
day to spend the heated season princt-
pally at Cedar Keys; they will however
tako in Lake City, Jacksonville and At-
lantis Beach on route.
Hon. John S. Beard and hi sister. in.
law leave Tuesday for Annapolis to he
present at the mwaminstioa of th See-
stor'a IVA M, Will1am, for estranee
is ft- T IFNavy.
Ha soa' s, Manhattan sibrts,
W -- -a p inetn, betoas.htso. the
beat Is every thing, tallor-made salts,
Chlttetd 1 Co. 14
Mr .Crofby Dawkias left Tuday

UUais. Owill r= '~ iinor t
Aiaa r a few dIya.




UMoere tei whs. yaa- m-*aabs a
gap" 41 00* hiK V i^m^


irweaggm baew Ol stistiy reowvsathaal
14 -quly at ea thel wad. .s

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LAke Muson, Junoe 7.-Irsday msaw
ion llst, June 4th, Jack Moody, 0 th4el
yarw-M aeof James Moody, hdqito
a sedt operaieo. He was e
buets the alves wham his dig TrOl
- esusthi in thehashes. Sfr
me khe wt the i alves a d wst to t e
le whil he discovered = asM me
eur, which had beea kaMswh to the
aHeartest Saer.e. "Old lam," -
to the LAke Nonso fSsherum a l
M. W i i l i
Mas inpected the uawsr fr a 6m.
Wim d au there wase o water ame
in wMhi his 'gator kip eosd toake i
ugtl- dseidsd to give bia b Ut rsle
forMsMof. The bo cut dwaa soaol
aga with hi knife &Wafdhe t t
mmd- lthe animaL n. Bow VM 5
ae to a pr neh e one' tou-h6&t5
tph, ii iste. pnti suatothe
hesd, og l ek his brother aad m
hoed of theoanr mes-
wred 10 feet it length, aad Jack Ithe
he of the settlement
Mr. G. W. All ood io laying by his
now rpoond corn this week.
W. D. Atkinson i oat of water again,
and hb has his brother-in-law, M. Gil
bert Hartiaeld down this week boring
him a mew well.
Ieaan Alligood is working In the city
a little this week, ged by Mrs.
Lowis Horn to move a barn.
Jam Moody has a fine sweet potato
patch and is still planting out more.
G. W. Alligood brought in his first
load of ripe melons this week.
in Loevid NOemrye of hr. Pb lps
Wardes WUsam.
A tribute from St. Agnes Guild, St.
John's parish, Tallahassee, Florida.
God h been pleased to remove from
our midst one of te the most active work-
er of St. Agnes Guild, fruitful in good
works, scrupulously attentive to the
nieds, not only of the Guild, but the
ari eChurch as well, incessant in all
o for her welfare and the upbuild-
ing and strengthenag of her bounds.
Aa hristian women we Nreconis the
Providence of God in an thidge, and sub-
mit reverently to His widom and His
inscrutable decree, and we know our
los ia her pin. We bow reverently to
His doer, whotdoeth all things well.
We recall In our borrow what our be-
loved member has been to the church
and to ua. Her presence among ue al-
wayt inp life and energy, he wa
opti e. When clouds financial or
little troubles obscured the light, she
could always find a way out of the diffi-
culty; there was nothing too hard for
her to undertake, it wa gladly berun
and sceesltully accomplished. Her
eboeerfulnese was a marked character-
istic, it never left her. Her loyalty to
her church and rector was proverbial.
A compaSratively young life, but from
the beginning to the end, in the Mas-
ter's service, she did what she could.
She now rest*' from her labors. God
needed her, and he took her to rest for
a little season in Paradise, and He will
translate her in His own good time to
her home prepared for her.
May she ps from glory to glory till
she comes to the full gliht of the Bea-
tite vision, to which we beseeeh Him to
brng' us also. Through Jewus Christ
our Lord. Rev. Samuel Moran.
Rector.
Miss Annie Ames,
Mrs. Arvah Hopkins,
Mrs. Bryan Whitfield,
Committee.
WL';i. U,
The regular moth meeting of the
Woman's Chrito Temperance U mon
wlU bo hld Mshrt aftero' at fw
o'loc at th Meiodt eLeh. Thi


M L sHe-r. Sec'y.







the pastor, to order the mate rtal
hfim wiork og eoMtruostra at 0ie
aeighboehsod of Hl.W. Work doubt-
less will begin OR the struture mit


week.

Do sft vft year hd~ru

Itho=An 09 d4bet fed

bn&lmts w affyem sisto 6lawe

my to PPM Usk in yow 4
hA,. laurn tmawy* ssw
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As"et what h bi mos ad f
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Thomsis peope wI" met less ba
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,eoM iTest ho leog mad O
CswO~ wI~sNA 'Z
Ima irma hem uams eye woer -l










tuhan wt theae h awi d r he tul Omlst
,where he the st me o-s.
e s. thesi fu Mrs. Reak
*memers te Keeatradm aM mau















June rth.-rs. Hunter Wood ra
dahtr, Ell l, and ineew, lt- Htd. Je.U








mer seJlve ofHion, wed Mr. TaMllWWIe
wilad Mrs. Art cvey and r. ad Mrs. i
week. Visitors Md visited wd mi
olly fueatM withae a liait ta ly





vris. Aibet m e" aWted the folks Dr
is y FIwmees at f the oimvae o w.


che l at lamonia t1ht dher for 16. his old frie





lm. F. Vnl nt ote l y, ande Mri. Rei
Jleft mt day for her u ome in Marietta, ays .









Dr. Bond and wife, oad sleeas sooroe eneorlaed
adaughtevan Eame Clyse and mephew up triHnd at Jf
from Talvlateeol to Unelv sn lt t Mr. T a .s
oa Mr.. Albert M.Vyand r.drs. EL
We had T.ra on om edidat a ri ve -m
timob weti ly atrdae rit of layt e M.






leas w it h the visit Cor h










tme wople ully that e btor del_--
thn th have looked i seveoral years, oSi.g s,
Mrs. Ate uev, from vear Cairo, f as CMart. P-
vtris tng and Mrs. Bob ie Sater sompan





se Hayes paise, ini Bethpae prnity. n, Wc Ro
rs. Davis is thea thter b mrs al tmer. Tens. Mr





Rev. CfW.s Jordan l Aled his a n vMr.t of cve
Tmeatt deye last Sue ey, pfrsare Mis A Fellm






in at a. and 7w1 p.d m. A vMoor yoateltad e
fuT conreation waS pr a tooelr u np ri.er t






him. among them we noted several vi lt half yea
itors. adrome in Cof
laseapt eply .ath aymb Pm of. at M r. to t
agr P Ella S CIde On the s. t n r int ei
ac w onlas tatcrido laoo days. deligtfu
Mr. F. E. T oricken. hon so edyed a- aearrie Prn
ler Ltie davtuerodam nar her C ari is Mr. Wme.L




Doesting are. no r feand i st weren m oi Sta ned

Re. C. W. Jd ilalle his appoit- visi t of S u v,
Msa. Aetan cam the inan atoole for u w frinst,




fot atalsee to lat hnisdaycan pruet Mr. Fel.




i s. at neuntd o and p. Ar yuigeat






nef i any hioor e nmee i ah Ceta hmb
Mr. sed and thabea Mr s r te eteta Ui
atha latia have woein a W ratmyears wp rinoat
M from naar Cairo, is Mr. 2 Se







osind tMra the sit ibeo S of la ny ucai
Mlaat aep i e vicinity. on and a n e m i

















A .ir was gTt at hr. T. P. am h
8ars lwdise, ri' te her of Mrs. T. Pe. dlostetoiI
mtlat Seuha.e lMeda unday,r yeara. G.A .





















Ma. Lee Da via, fr olm Usn Mr. i P
Mrsat1 a ad Tre isim nii nllera oun sa
congregation was present to bear noge rather t




witors ta th smin orla i Cotn I
teaches Saundens and Whkter are vi b Mu cit. r 0


stos ft the houptabde hoate of Mr. and f wit
mr T. P. eStrickland on the Lake. eMn Pmf a
Mrs. E. Jr Dickeyf who had been vis-al S tome in
iting relative tIn Tallhhasse several jnettnroay
day lasat week, returned to her hoes on I


teaser'sa license to teach in the public OAtY he A
Mchoola of the county and State. footballTht as
Dr. F. EK Strickland has introduced a Prof. P. H
new custom in medical pracs up leoi. Exporimenty
Doctors are "few and far between up state uni e
in this nck of the woods, mas to rPah thin week to


plbs inmTb allahassee uise adl of Mr. *th.


bug'

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MID wig
o'S. Z Iy


DCOMPANY-


F. Fe


lla Kiepp haa retroodefea"
r home iSelma. Ala.
etto Hunt is speeding sav
Panamea Spriags.
M. I ar was a visitor to
this week.
. Park, of Lakelad, w0
rrow on a visit to nor grnm-
W. Trammei.
Opsa fule off HoNaB
cents and W60 eants at I -;

hardson, of Milto, is a
is in Talhaseths
Won is stopping at th Ble.
lie Saxon Tuesday aw
a number of e
doihtful card party.
Roberts is now b Mau t e
a visit from his r,
aberts, of Jakao '-l.
Irs. W. 0. Ames and Mrs.
mis have returned fr ee
week's visit to Pha ess
w Warden Wilson has
is sister, Mrs. Pra ses
o her home w a h
Wilson will remain,
ral weeks.
eia Perry, the
who has been acting a
a Gov. Gilebrist d trg e s
r, will leave Sunday for her
Umbia, S. C.
he regret of his many am
Tallahasaee, Mr. Ciaram
as decided to return to b-
South Carolina. He lef ,t

McCoid has returned ftr
Va.. where he oomlt
i a Wahington LeeAW Ul
McCord was a rriL
among the Virginia CdqU .
i. Rolphs, director of
&l Station of the
r ity, amse to T
attend an important
board of Control t be hW

etingof thm Besrd
w onasrmastles wI hbe
OO- teoebera toB
st yew .to t- Collge

=of Dr. Ar &aVsa
nd
qutoa sambe et
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tbaiemea 140ft 91%to plsm of &a sinlg
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C L.4 IiN W A saper plat rooordowd n
dead book H R., p ke Solhouse.
Lot F fT C Lot 51 N W A as per plat me
cowded in deed book H H. pwo e ,8-1
Lat R ub-divabin of T C w~t 63iN W A
m. per plat rawrded in deed book JJ.
pae 41AWon county records.--
Suw-ulvinions Nos, 5. 6. 7 and 14 ofTC t
57,N WA asper plat recorded in deed
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M %f 0 of T C at S.n kvco4. house
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T C [At Ita co %. bouas -..
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j otlows: beginning 6 ft *.of the & w curne r
of maid lot and rune* 79it. thence n soft.
them"e w 79 ft sand thence a 110 ft to place
of beginning, house...
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"'tLOUIS iflEPH VAWCE
~S4Usvat Th. Black BSOL" tw groat sMury of muses paad romance, that in
toI this pupmeam a serial.Among the best ko"worw~ks of Mr. Vain'
"raven h'Auhe," "Gemtuam Adventswgr" "Tb. SuomeBowl" ao
-.~ Fillaft War." He bas aaim ho..a contributor of ahout mDg'hs, urism
I*hoe aulaa frtotmonYm ~.PiSO
LOS" ~ h.Wm ads~uaing a quiet hem it
iV to board during ub# SNOUMP
Wumea'arN. t I*b 10Alek hrmM be W to t dto n'mtot with Mts
Phrlhbd U ptieamoerw Phrae mam e r NLIU Mmo et. .eut
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every isue of this ppr4qare aim.peeked ha tW 1 1 one
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Arm's 1oI &WndDGeW ~iNOW' amr'solmw-cd
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two th." is M omsp

6 M to n 10 0al l am to
I a am fo-te--at s, about
Old a bw olt"a from te oarf
.0psMt som ming a mppeMd-
t- mWl eve r kaw, samee the
Wooltof'aleo. Tmtcadisr.
e1- time ietlhr. Batt th
SMaNpod (all and ialily
r ad with eh a fright-
M sat evsl -ad eCroeWpln-
Siled twtatly., while lT.
n waa minded by a miracnt
SM ast of th s rey is per-
ft I tol d is"Ta own
M we were tamding up
e vt who bad Siven up
was relavlgsratol
Swa motiolws a frnot
S I n pude and frown, I
9W t a iy for gloves. But
ti bsi ea aop of It the A&l
taem (&eM my por et
ast el that I coald Do
> I apy verbtim w tfol-.
ws VBe wwr written by
I ave so very dIsUnct
of tMeu go. Thy are
euL'Iawy Wlebl manner by a
i a fsoea. I am all
S iall ribet. el ro i the
SUttl ^roune cirrus. We
Cam p na. Hie to-
e hs m beyoes. 51u01
eIeMU. Now solads his
s es v lytka Ith cords

mspy petil tmo
0 MwayS tmh bap of
-iMSM d about 14.000
Isbsh that he was
l of th car mod
W I w In the
.=alU to which sup.
1towbsd up. bat I soon
t0turs my bead to
aims. This was
At 2:00 p m I
and round the
p I wais athle
Sfblltoat to check
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Prhikly Ash, Poke Root
and Polassu .
Mb s poNme I ise M vIL.
V. V. LINlMAN.

FOR MIALB MY ALL bktitstiiJ .
"The MhiM-k on vomlng to the groiunil
wIa dlreidful. 'he Iball .eei ti'dal ia
If It wit IIIIN l11ithtit esl I lholthaht It
wain goin lito amila wie re It lihad fill
enu. bnt the wind wasI hilgh. 4aidi It was
dlraggused nerims fields T*h. IMMll',s 4f
muy uinfortiinate friends were shaken
amlwmt in the l.ar. iud I thomuabt every
moment they woli 1le Jerked out. At
length. however. I ms'Ied the valve
line. and the gasB ion e eped from
the lIalloon. whirb lodlled analyst a
trw. It was thea 4 o'clock. On step-
plin out I wais elaed with a feverish
attack aod sank down and thought for
a moment that I was gol n to Join my
M eds In the ext world, but I came
t. I fouen the bodies of my frheds
ed nod tsf. I had them put oumds
belter lta andjaenst bars. Tie de-
eset of the Zelth tob place e0 the
pll n 1 0 mies from ars as the
wew as. The gretat blsitet at-
talWed Into this s t It stinatoed at
IM0o fto.--W. c. LCIoem In t-
meapolt JeuraL
Mee Worry.
it iged to be my ambUio." mid the
ta isa -ag "tso acrumtlate a for8
anl aMd tlNM re le."
WWdL" anwered tl friend. ".h.eN't
r- uaUd ttr
"Yoi rve ot the momy, but I don't*
dm retire. rye ot to stay awake
mw ad day to keep somebody fram
imatg fi away from me."
A SW- Motels.
aps, what is a itMy echr
SSaeibed* eOE(11g 1 `111f1fly to



K I a mIw I a 110
t i "a. ei to I"a a *
m liem mi s ra
watong 111l
-NewpOwn"he.


poboltofdoomhe mse m e dads
mee appt the u m that thMs
i o not from w th MONma.
40000 A m--two badem d aOd t-m
&Nkar The Twenste thC-ry uI
Na, t&raelig at *me te a mlnts
weld have to run wituut aoppfg
for -DM. -ear s -s Wd1 t W-
em tb db :ne. If Usit 1 fa
tUravt 3WOW) mow a seweL, a my
bfm the erth star woel e thi mty
tis yens t rueacsn the owthL-New
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Weld Not Pay Chear
so was as tapuaM neMem
with air eoao"es in may Frame A&-
or murk dlberatoie he tsat the l-
lowg aofte to the pretty htrem:
Dear Ms-I loeveM r. t Ie et knew
bew to espres m ysel. wnw weM au
a46it= O1UM T W;P.
Aad the beires ped the follow-
lag:
Deer Oewtm--iapre4e rwslf ma w
yr wi esept C. 0. D.. as ye re maet
wenb m e bas
--Cal eaao New.

Qeard los f i
NOT I bK o te elvsM to m #athMor em-
o, A" w, wri nofm mW. Mm
a e mr. I Wil lOMIappaMld to sloomub
Ml'adw, Jose 7, A.D. 12 Aat e'isMk a. m.. r
a sme sata m tr I Mh f6 1l Mrthfo
tomad altlA"e, btmat dtr lualdbatm
fatltew.
W W ae H. t teernm t rsr m w iade
sutte- ,OtownslMl aa.re. ssew 3l--0 aeIs
N0edo0 % 01 NeUrlm m. fgr-k I a.
rMsae1-4 aeres.
Swewv4%of meaties 1. towmlbip I a.
W adaw of meUte sS township a raue
& --a merv.
W 4dem... exeptlOse s.4 wide.
ias soa 0Oall ni omeSm 3. townaship a
a. row w-40 a c mr. t

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SEA AND LAND.
3I fs i ofmsoe,tomnblp In. 'sao






TeWy hy oanCasand.n
s." translated from the Swofetish of
Selma *ag, Usfg l .yVelma
IAll wm ld In the towin f preti. ty of
cripw tion d of aa W. Mland meet:.
SEA AND LAND.
YTh Way Thy Meet and Clan meet
fInally Harmonile.
n Te Wodifferentl Adeys. In tureas ny
Npll." trhelated from tb Swedn toward of
hel m w i Brlof by Ventma dwanoton
Ilowrd. nl the following pretty de-
scriptlon of bow pea and land meet:
You drifts that ea and laud an meet
In y di to showerent hey. Inpoorest they
plthat when the land come d toward the
the arou with at. tufted meadows. and
the en meets tou Ilod with Ilylwrth
and. which plesand roara up n mound nandst
drlfther It appnd looks as ttgb tey bother
dillke'd tach other so much thatt they
only wlhild to show the poorest they
ButInHi iut It cn alo etherpdiffer
that when the l la colndm toward the
s la brea kst a wll of ill Into frpoint of
It. aal Ihough the aOCa were No4)iUtbI!ig
and Islaroinds and Ihen the lndl a thi.
the en coItel up to It litrd i ndry wraith
soul ndI ,t and t oai haps thla s whichnt
the rkt loo and looks a If It would tar
the indl hill to pieae.
Blt Ink now lr It altogther d of other
e*!nt war outia anI lad meelat Themre
te Ia and breaks Itelf up Into points
and lands and laleta aod the imt dl-
vl toward Into lord and ba R and
tound.. and It is perhaps thbi which
make. It hook as If tey moust meet io
happlue sand haritony.
Think now t not nd foeTmost of the
obstee! Far out It o de to and a ep-
ty and bi and h th mothain els to de
but to roll It te Ay billowkt W It
corn. towa the land It happen
aero the es t *taerle This to moe -t
diately ovrpowoS. Wun away ever?-
It-if. Tb e a bmees mU methl
ostatle. With thi ft doea th -ae
thing. And ati nsotaorm-y. th
Mame thi-a appe mto teale. ItMe
trpped aend pldrled -i If It ad
faletn luto rebb-o hads. Thi th
seter. and tleM the ma mm under
tand that teo land mas twatd it
her Uttlet chlld- In oider to mov It
to pitT. It ale heM- mero friendly
the farther la It COme.. voi It war-
lees blaeb edento Iats ptsa Ilto
tbe igre thopw aty in cracIcs aad
eevlce. sep.raft HK lateto mall
sat and lalts m becom at last
Ssarmtso-m I th ei lnd tamt litte
benat dare -et e o at pem It. Ite o
ttly ean e mnot hel It. asm mild
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We have our houeabeit -o o M
ma wNew se m. hetm.
Two cansd.1 Mable Just relvd and-willbe sI
to show you the frA wk mw move In vubmw ui
GRUGAL BLUM"' the Waddthat wiU1". hmgw u
Wbo bow hotthansany othw in this cimats.Ongb d
Inspect our Un&
We are aggusforthe bust Iran Fumean bith.
AU work guarsatmed to -,!"-(3yoea
Offkc oeG.Fe & LL Lt hfim
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Just received the largest shipment of Wine of
Cardui ever brought to Tallahassee. The great-
est woman medicine in the world. Also Viloo
and Black Draught. All other Patent Medicines
at reduced price.
"',Carry a full line of Groceries, Shoes and D
Goods.


Get my prices before buying elsewhere.
cas for my goods~,sell for cash and you
have to pay the bad fellows debts.
Also Brick for sale cheap.
Your friend,


I pay
don't


J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street


Store Phone 208


THE "WONDERFUL"


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The most perfect little implement ever
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in
a few seconds. Edison's latest inven-
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Se a aam aaM Mmo
iS M o n at as 0.) AL W. : :
S aeid St4W w sm i WM 01161141k o me emWaseapaw.
wae nam S.toesbm,, w o. u -mm..hil,
W. W alft -1a0 teoo aa-d T a-ft.0 .n.sad nKaInL .

s ,smmoaryb emae .. 'AP A DV TISIN

AL__ as sum eiam NS CENTS PER LINE
Am sae* poesm ya beeisa Ia a Ils

-M A assh sts iSpMa d th 5 e .d f 1 a If Set et New Co.M Pu-
.Ms eemu s SMrt atd q iclk. The **** SMW **n t ha A Targaln at thi o roe.
B dlot hatte at S. ve ^irwwki heart r

...,- .*. e. ,har s...s. a d J H Bm t r_ Vn -a *
s smam *er MtmIam) wirumm. weh bimak paper fre ttai. Bvay
u Irng ap a this e thte ld tne a m .i~ g d aoud haveosprinte Letto.r
waglag a trePidous war spo the i. to heaphr amd b'elpe.
YS wo..f --D e todr.tdto.h. *L f e Woo-Pn P e Dr. J. H. utt-
1 a0ted, 1ad thel patniofbt willA. 'S dCEr 2 ST PER N .
.ut If It in deti ed to win thee will ... l ra Tam Neca printurd onrlth,
e ma a ttoe-It will be between thoe v iu.m *bort .otio t N s.rNble priceath
Saut will suddenly seem brighter. The eIe-e -schemes admas meJ w en. short Trespass NotIeee in your hbare
e aperstarl wil fall, the breath&ing mul tooAl ew*papera.
wU be more regular, and the vlolyst W L ?Ja iek All am esuIiH.
E Impiag ot the pose will esase. When {eS.g r 'eas 1D. BUTT, Vtnary Sure,
b happeMsa. It ist a slm that the bat- of t 40km r Phase No. 217.
tie it wom.-Deleaeator. Bwktar prtsla et lariew ees Su* 8
f da t 1* 9 rou ndas tM wbe was t": a. m.
S. tla's Dignity
Ols a paid bme a dandy complement
* jst night, mother- one that wWlJeI D. Perrell,
wa talkinW about the gir In tWis RI HFTalMfS II.f G
Block and how dtigustd the boys WILL WKylel idIAGKi. A A
I Weable with the girls round bete was ____
he they bad posittively oo personal
S iaslty. and be never meiaed to take General Repair Shop. aireB bofeem eat t
e account that I ved n t the block dIi"ema-' wthiaWn lri
ypefe. But be made up afterward Horse Shoeing by an ex- a eM
tar Arrilltola. He ..Id not muHO, eIs whomr s--gdWLeyea--
e s ed, *: ;t pert who U had year an ol
tI was noted for my dignity with a of experience. a
vo ste feOows, and he'd often beat them N MthhbnwflSutP .fnio. 17
S peak of It. What do you ay to NlThIn IN old print anilort
CONDac lerawilbebetweenth1001011
P Mrs. Hard in was itatening with pottgI of the publleo ab k nt a ia ra
S appe to occur to him that you PtM o w Salicited al r th stood
Smight be applying it to yourself abse aad MatlfAtiOn Ma aa Md dse eas of a stock
"I put It to him straight. I just ted. s iw s
W aIted ntIl be stopped for breath, I W3d D1.
and then I sad. 'Well, j Hinny. Glenn. Ste Dtemet gg
in this a slam?" Ufad. a neeted br session 3. cheetah us, Uma
tellll, what a speech! There's no ~hwi tme u,, t etans ekftd tK N. Nest dme a i the toask
dinltty about that r"TaxCdtoetao Co.rna VleMa t be about these preprdum-
l Stg hetMd for the eurinnt eHr midth
"Oh. toot, mamma'" was the laugh- b t thesme ati ttim a f a e ery on fu ly guranesad.
t reponet made without the it. which taxehaw been levied: T b A
- at Intention of disrespe.t. *That's Ts tra Pou lm *-* 1P T.. Be BYD,
just the way we all talk. Thlnys like r.o
that don't count on dignity one way Amount paid to April It. 10. 4.00a
or the other-not In our bunch. It'
how you act, don't you know ?"- A .r.o-u.NM. .
S Touth's Companion. G'menle ReoviM...............5l.a.oo Ixetuter's Netices.
AJounta peI to Aprl let, I1 48.40 1,MI.40
SWel there's one thing to be aid -. i.. i. O. Notice is hereby given that six months
9W fellows, there's o fte thingtb oid t Andeumo palid to April lent. N 1S 1o6.7 L
'irs publc servants." Pit t ...........-..- i ..... L4. after the date hereof I will present to
Stu Matds April t.n 0 I.r.00 the county judge of L on county, Plori-
"Wem yo hire one you never have Amonat ApROl 1Is. 1S yli cted0 no t x o
ham tloae oned ombdM t ............. 8 twill and tesu=mer t of Edwaa H.
any table keeping him."-Cleveland Amtp i toA Arl .*i t5 n a.uI. Myers, deceased, late of said eooaty,
Idsdar. WiSId obesI, as M. L.. S and apply for a far, l dirs hat ro* .r.
_Ameast pad alo Atpril t, nI i4.l dhamony
-'- ieah executeoraip.
M:m- Si T MA.3.B FRPDKRICK T MY BRs, Executor.
Gen a emand- *B' JT. arf Jan. 1. 190. 464.lm7mo
Generi D f)emand A* .-^ ^ .,,^ --
Sb- WuS-tatriMd a t d aah Woul. ,da ,a J.o V. aEY & Ma .
a uwnys ba s for a uped fiobaat hd Nw shortfet | V I
eol"at liquid a?"xatiearse;dy of know ae, ao peWotnrtrtlal, IL M a" UK
Y a ast wha physeisaa. ou ...ch UThere.s -naaam
pimsses prniarv ows aomtonmtofbe astm raeiltoy.tClse.
d abou th at!"y bo.. r.
b i s r md Indya bead 1 ehfe ic rfeate, .*.A. rawISM.ts UNDBERTAXKER i

J- L t aa Bteti MBALMBR.
Mr em t d e-watee-, all Wmma t e tea dt e
aIr at Semma, th a(oaoeis Fi rup 14-4w TraSenk Mano. as. 0**Ire pemptatteM&tlo
jo. psewaM y *ealont eial HMi ae d ries ai Dy Wo NIkht.
r SatUribeot thernoIe ora oib remark. Iutme Fr lmee ; Lleaed Bmblauer,.
S"Mtsuesem. o among P .1 __ IWO 9.51


bon*ofaw amy reamom why
Irtv dw WfllzIr of lemmaiss ive.
So padiftase by the Wd4lmforrued.
V6 tp lbboesadaal neS' ways buy
S. i~c.~atmiIby the CaU
1% ftrup 06.9 enly. aud far sale

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lVr~~ V W W -wu UaW&IIU%"tA
Tim War*$M~ m yo -
asp* worLNo. 80t and *I
I guaran ue um~ationt rookmy okb
Mavlngjautlfelo well mnidM M
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rau 1 ma ory 0 fa b
hoom in Twallahauaa.
8 H. IL SAULS.
9 E. Jeffeon St.


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lteakae vars.ogppand Oak-
eamfrtable sote.
able. Flah ting Mow. Addre J.W.
Wood eaptaim mad experone Se i
Sopbopp. Fla. a
"Had dypopia or wilmeatiem for DMtlotSt.
years. No appetatite, and what I di ,- or a
eat diatad med terrib-y. inok Duem' OiMas
Blood Bitterneured m I W"-aJ.H.Wilkim, r
Sunamy. Obh. ilm dIS


* THE CAPITAL
569 S. Monroe St.
* MRS. WILUAM LESTER, P
* RATES: $1.00 PER
S Reasonable Rates by the Week or I
Everything New, Clean and N
5 Bat of Sonies.





THIE LESTER IHi


PRIVATE BOARI
139 S. Calhoun Street, TdleM

Excellent Fare $1 P
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W Your Toamw

STABLE
244 South rm& Streu

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UcIml ties a
Embalatr.
Only UeeMd Undetaker and
balBMr in the Oly.
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tebaiintte Si
ft Isthe urtlicial
PA Oe34a bnoodlag 4w
now~ afglsimstl an


f t the ese&. The complalat
e e doek ither tall to batch
,the tfal to Iive. Why
M- M M eT We o tbr h the lu-
Speged asd dte before hatch-
a problem that bothered the In-
stM in oew probably than
It Is a keen diMappoint-
ko I mbeutor wesr to find
OW-- apparently have iro-
5eniatrlly up to the time
tat M pe' cent of them.
l ave tailed to bautb.
a ap l to the poultry-
the were so other prob.
l t oesbation than that
lag la the shbell It
extatied investigation.
i veTy (cootiltinx as
of I boebstors. lltrbee
1 1 to per enmt of "fer-
4A frequently made aod as
St or less. rome claim
is la the stock that laid
0, m t claim that the mart
0 a toebator Is uIually to
to follow Inatructlons.
4fWf oftm the c ae.
serious problem sl to
well. monoe lalm that
atch the chbkko. but hard
sit e reBlorta arre iiade
t&at within four weeks
peery chick hliM of the yetir prohin
at theb incaator chl ao this great mortality
to faulty miPetlIdsN
bglg. The flN't that
be b atced with lui
e t been rteognilzed<
of vitality hutitill
t the cbirk survive.
but that It itnia e
I tliUty eqtiNl IVu thilt
i sad nto cPlMtIe l, f
vigor mlid lt ealtlit
ly coMndict(dl Ili
an Agriculture il
at the following
itv e.tfelenly


Olubatorb hatch.
abe t.
IF, 219hed S10


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f eat oft so
IU pereest
bae hatched
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SENSATIONAL

For the next TWO WEEKS Iwill puton sale

such goods that you are now using

every day, and the saving to you

WILL BE GREAT.


D)RY G;OODS.


Sheeting
* Gingham
flood Bleaching
Fruit of The IAnm
India Hlead at
[)n1 ('CIth from


.11- t.2 up


12) 1 2 t~s
11 (t.s up~


Salt' rodact imon onall owir ;m-I )r''s.i G(hx(IS.

We sttill have as jirie lint ini Men~ 's a st ever.


()I ly


for much less than before. Why'.'? hrcaii e 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 ctL up to $8.79)


Ladies Muslin Underwear cheaper than you can make at
home.
Still Selling 2 Spools of Thread for- .......... ...5 cts
The Best Hose in Town for less money.
A full line of Men's Underwear, Long and Short Sleaves
from 21 cta up,
Look at our Fine Hose going at Skidoo Prices. 23cts, well
worth 85 eta.
Great cut on Ladies Foot wear worth pricing.
We still have plenty of those highly gilded frames and Oil
Paintings which we sell at 49cts. with every Two Dollar
purchase.

May be a half block out of the way BUT the saving will
be more than hack hire evtn on small purchases.
Thanking you in advance.

Yours for Friendship and Business,

A. H. GINSBERG,

Bkg Homo,




^/^*''*wow


Moeim ,Architecture.
The moslem architecture at Agra
and Delhl. so splendid. yet so short
lived. f so dilstinctlve of a dynasty
and so allen to the country as to I*


A STUOADRUMW.
'Sick Kidneys Weaken she Wbele
Sedy-Kal* To% 111, Lanu~d aNd
Depreeeed.


chiefly slignfleant of the inctlufet'e of
the west on the eust arld inul ike Sick kidneys weaken the body
thei Its eawn ea i taI rtnlzik through the continual drainage of life-
In Its permanence and in its treating or giving albumen from the blood int the
Ideallty In re.niarkniple conitrtivt to ul urine, and the substitutionof poisonous
that was I.-fonr it, is arouitl It nnd uric acid that goes broadcast through
hnas comie if r it. It Is IndeLl curloili the system, sowing the seedsof disease.
how young IndliIa In in art atnd how odhi Loss of albumen causes weakness, Ian-
In her llteraturv. her customs unl ier gtuor, depression. Uricpoisoningcauses
focIal franiwork. rThere i ro, .ol,.i;ll rheumatic pain, nervousness, nauea,
nll,, H rvig In (; r Iv crick. in the back, gravel and kidn"
Instlnint oisurv in re .I stones. The proper treatment isa kid-
that 'tai lhi retli-t of ag.( or of luntr ney treatment, and the best remedy is
ept mini,:tiro Ie ith the, ltie II o. cari'. Doan's Kidney Pills. Great Tallahas-
aril thllre ar. r' in t bli liugs- or iii'n| i ee c .ures prove it.
meni'ts in I-ll. h itut ,':rn l.,imat ani uit- John James Grant, retired. 100 Caro-
tltiulty eui:l t It i .h lh.t (titn I". line street, Tallahassee, Fla., says:
found In th li t I.ntltn antl evte i thi "F'or a number of years kidney disease
'Treutoni. .coullltri's of 11i1r1. Oly a i afflicted me, and it would be hard tode-
fw or the r..l, r iil smaller rock tern- scribe all the misery that I endured. I
S, g.the .li nera. the was never free from a dull ache in my
1J.1 g', tI.hi .l t,. (hril.n grea.iter nridl more. el:>torate icloneintg bad that I cold not get around. The
to a Irun>.' rc, 'iit dlaite. arid it i 1 i1, 1 kidney secretions were irregular in pgo -
S\\hat thn. hit, r liItory vmdel le:tl :s sage and otherwise unnatural I also
to ,.i '.et % hlien limni i r;ireg l.k re- had frequent headaches and dizzyspells.
.,.ftily r.coi..re'i ltuluolihlst smullplitur I had seen Doan's Kidney Pills so highly
that iise', -,f formi t'i -gitim to apI,.ur adwv-rtised that I at last made up my
mind to try them and procured a box at
't ::' ;r," iiIn,'N,' i,, iE t ,ti' Hardee Smith Co 's drug store. They
mii rI .L *,in ., titr dlitltui lutis w s t(nn ciuredj me and I have not had a
:.t : In li.,n ., I .I n **# frrmii the ,I ri sin of kidney .trouble since To say
ii.,'- ',.it, i, ,i ,i, I.. vi,. that I endorse Doan's Kidney Pills, is
.- _, putting nmy appreciation of them
inqress and Egress. nllhily "
Thl. ,' I (1mi Tin-The ea'iist way to get For sale by all dealers. Price 50
I,,-... ht.v I., to itmarry for rioney.v cents. l'ouster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
1The Y, i ine 11supp<.Ne vout nre Ii New York,. ole agents for the United
, ( hut ( \ n1l :lilnt to get (lut? States. (
Te p'om ,mnn -Then marry for love. member the name-Doan's-and
'. n-Then marry for love. take no other. 15-Im


- I ill I EIt t1 i 1111.

BOftn The Kideys Ar
Wohkned by bvr-Wof.
Unhealthy Kdsiys Mame laple Blood.
Weak and unhealthy kidney are re-
sponsible for much sickness and suffering,
therdefore, if kidney
trouble is permitted to
continue, serious re-
MIlts are most likely
to follow. Vour other
organsn my need at-
tention, but yu' kid-
neys most, because
they do most and
should have attention
S first. Therefoe. when
your kid" are weak or out of order,
you can nadteand bow quickly yom r n-
tire body is affected a d bow evay ors
seems to fail to do its duty.
If you am sick or fee/ihdty." be in
taking the gat kidney dy, Dr.
Killer's Swamp.Rot. A trial wil co
vince you of ts great merit.
The mild and imediate effect of
wamanRtet, the rat d e dm
bladder rmed oom raimd. It
stmnls the ighest becae Its remarkable
health restrain properti-have been
prove tn a sof the met dtistrews
lng cses. If mned a MediciNa you
should have tobeet.
Sold by drungists i
Afty-cent and one-dol-
lar iLes. You my
have a sample bottle
by mail free., ales
pmmhiet "



Rook -t kk ale t a W1 7"


: A Misnamed Island.
The IsInnd of Madanascar Is mis
SnaAined. It should he called St. Lorens
Island. Mlarco Polo uI his work on
Africa nanmed a stretch of land on the
esat coast. south of the equator. Mada-
gascar. orme time after this Martin
Belhahn of Nuremberg prepared a
chart of Africa. using Marco Polo's
works as a uJide, but misunderstood
the report on Madagascar, thinklag it
meant an island. He thereupon delib.
erately added an Island to the east
coast This Imaginary island was
mapped on the charts of the geolir-
phers of the fifteenth and sixteenth
centuries. In 100 the Portuguese am
captain. Fernandao area. disovred
the real Island of Madagascar autd
gave It the name of SatLoreu. and
for a time thereater two lands fewd
their place oa the ebarts. In 13 It
was known that there was really only
one island. ad Ina accordance with
this discovery the original name e o
Madagascar was retained, and Se
other same was dropped.

A Human niaegalew.
Pmkmo didn't laprm yeY t"e&-v
bly, tebnr
"No: be's Just a bunalow."
"A what?
,"A buiaalow. HeI ham't any e
datim."-pewart Mews
ub-W- y,. Itm, yA iet V

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"Polar Star" Ice Cream Freezers



A FREEZER FOR EVERTOE. TIE WO

INEDENSIVE GOOD FREEZER mth ARE
1 Quart Si ............$ .75
2 < ........0....
3 6 ............ 1.25
4 ............ L 0

Low i Price, Sanitary, Qck Frezig
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers, Freeers, Screesn Doors and Win-
dows, lawn Mowers and Hnmmocr. :: ::
Come to Us for Your Slunmer Goods




YAEGER & BETHEL HADWARECo.
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S> HOT SUMMER DAYS WHILE OTHERS SLEEP WE ARE
g (awake to your wants and are continually refreshing our


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Bt 1111 mas my base
be
--tbte o, an
Im of the
aim vep ded to the ad-
no neleoe. In purt it was as
**Whem Confederate SolBMa meet
in the h -ig stesat vwh
Eh, th-oldf ,ireuadmi. The warm
e _wh toih i, ay start, and
a eties a Irreprible mutuaM his
w aterieth. e d area%
mnsae.S The whitin omtin so edm-
a" saoldiermarkas hialo & a man a no
m great historical events, which
S eloriin impre t ion on thilf.
He the appearsee. of one wao has
carried a 'ow whbie in mind some great
convictions and memories which make
hold they point him oat to their
Sj~ hey; tnhy 'there goe. a Con.
ederate sekms.'
"Te war in which theu e eomrade
mre tre Coufedetra lle had bee
4var nerwy twenty-five yisr before
S ey oragh ind the United Confederate
, Vete dU' Aoeisdo, but during tmone
hot dstreaful decade after ten ft, of
hwe Costed his y they drew together in
tlo rihtful impretion of a eloser unio
e d to tthe ormstieo of the present
brotrood about t yam agro.
The faithful lem of the South
had returned to their States and their
eoam, ted hearted indeed, but they
Sahid hold of their problems with the
&ri M purpose n e to solve them in honorand
with fety for all interests concerned.
r be ore was a great army die-
and turned loose upon a country
Son e o nnly iers' parole of honor,
t with freedom to travel over a vast pro*e
treated land occupied by women and
@ ldrem. But the brave men who had
todiht nobly for their rights to the end
of a four year's bloody war could be de-
S eded on to return peaceably to their
i' hore. s oldiery gentlemen.
"No body of disbanded soldiers were
Veer before confronted with such an im-
thouht talk as that which required the
dto aat Ittftion of the returning citi-
en soldiery of the South; but they car-
-A their same sokldierly sense of honor
IR the field action in civil life. Their
wilH"r and ability to sMcue their
Soutand from ruin; their courage in
t fam ar t obstacles, their readi-
hi e aTo eek and maintain the bhthet
good of our whole country, ad at the
Same time save their aang d prin-
bead, wera turted in a hundred ways
dorg the Arst decade of poae ; but
the fare out of eaeb tense trial with.-
Ie te oe of one eanly vire. It is
S-e for th approp i

io aa t eas btemo wart dt be hde-.


"N body nof e ded soler wnere
nsaInt M#o e rea of the rer Wi
t a b ility t rte scua t hti


i- thea Sst decadea ofr eac;. bu


LaM Hi hrom tho aB vtepeoaee n A
tke fla impreedvhe et he approprr-

w mamewr el f ens mhamae t t


THE NOW TWICE DAILY FAST
PASSEN4B LINE AND UNITED
STATES MAIL ROUT.
Wesa Fieda PNI.tsandOie. -ts
vie Le*vr eind and Nsbvils, 8e
beard Air Lim ad MadlOeN,

To
Valdesta. Dougass Halehrt, Ma-
eon, Atkata ad Intermedate Mid-
die and South Georgia Territory,
VIA
Haaleurb t aad Southern Railway,
Degam mad Atlantic, Birminga
Atlantic Ky.
Pullaa cans on all costing line
igh1ttrain.
NBW RoAD Nsw EquirPmiT, FART
Tius, a'rWX ConwMcuo.s I
TO ATLANTA.
Pre.m eamMl" t hours,
Prm a river Jmetisase t bours,


Digestion

b esy to iure If you know wa ye wi
is worth. Kodol keeps the stomah at pa r
iby msurig good dipedaom. Kodol cumreDsP.ll


Kodol Insures good digestio by
absolutely duplaSUSmg Nature's
normal proees, Ina perfectly digest-
fng all food take Into the stom
acb.
While Kodol is dolag this, the
stomach Is retin ag-ad besomlng
trog and healthy. A strong a
healthy stomah auarsatees a
sound and active branla.
The man with a sound stomsaeb
-a stomach th"t ls do0a for the
body Just what Nature latetded
It to do-4 e the maa wVo tois always
prepared for any eaeroeacy. He
Is "there wit the goods."
The mae with a tek tomach, ts
a a esek U over. Wbn the
etomseh Is Irritated by udeIee
beed. the Wood ad heart a &
recr affected. Thm*mdbSs 1 -
rasumi deepta i na. B

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to speal effort by "toae
"sumulants doeat e ek
or aoomptab ay usL I
does gleUa. IlMtt
serious alImets whe
cas be averted md eswte4
y mat ral men &
Kodol supp" thie
meam. It perfur the rt s
work for t--4#st as ts h MM
should perform It-wbfe ao
acb takes a mule retK. "Or
stomach' m sae."
OWriur r-


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Stock with new up-to-the-minute Merchandise. 5 Ladies


Drmss Goods in all the grade and kinds for Summer Wear. White Lawns, Organ-
dies, Linens, Linenes, Walstings and Suitings in all color. Wash Silk and other
Si1ks-all new shades. -A pretty new line of White Lawn Shirtwaists made ,up in
good style, with tucks, lace and embroidery, usually cost you $1.50, we have twelve
different styles in these waist and while they last they will cost you 98c each.
1 We have just filled in on sies in Ladies low Quarters and now have your size in
any of the New Pumps, Tans, Wines, Whites and Blacks. Your fit now in a real
pretty White one, Strap Pumps at $1.50, looks mighty nice with those white suits.
Ladies Parasols in profusion, White Linen, Embroidried or Plain, Silk Pongee in


all colors, stripes and figured.


ALFORD


PHONE NO. 39.


See these Parasols Bargains at $1.00 to $&.50.


BROTHERS.


140 s. MONROE ST.


country's territory. p gased upon Dr. Edward Conradi and family ar. On Thursday. the 17th nst., at 4.30 In the grcuit Court of the Seued J
with reverential affectlon, and whn rived in Tallahasse Wednesday night. p. m., the Town Improvement Assoc- dieial Circuit of F I~ ad h
they shahave dereased to only a For the present they will reside at at tion wil.ve a bridge on the he County of Lm-a-la *e- .
thoswmad strong the cities will still vie Hall. Dr. Conradi, as i well known, ,gre I .evot" m Joet _~. s 2
with each other to entertain them, is the new president of the Woman's ive Bri ge wl b played.
while thousands of people will rather College. light rfrments will b rved. I T HA N W
to behod them at sunset parade in their is a delightful way to sped an after- tie mime u n"
to oldConfederat prdeineir If you are particular about your neck noon, dwe hopeit will be liberally
'The r children iedrens' chil- wear, see the line of RaftuWsterhou e patronised. The Town Improvement m. w, nM
dren have now in hand the government & Co., carried by Chittende & Co. 14 Associatim are trying to make the
of thesouthlwnd they love, nd they Mr. Geore H Holmeoisnowaere-M y to enable them to put in proer f S. b .
wil pr ~ oivelyandhbonorably direct ular licensed undertaker and embalmoer ndion the park n a ad sths,. di.
Its ie prove itsnstitutons, and is al o a membe of th Funeral ops, ite the new Methodist chuT march, at.' _
nartateit shisty, develop its resour Directors AsoUoia of the State. He work. in which al'ui sp'irited tis is rTa-
ces, keep its character clean, and con- has charge of the city cemetery, and is are certainly interested. Charge 2ct. t
serve its moraUlity and liberties." prepared to do all undertaking i n the NstCTam rlmtthote. u T .t.:ul -,t d .
The Comummaer-in.Chief then re- most thorough and epedmtou, manner. D aTLOe fTr P llDiKe d the t t. th d .
viewed the eemta of the past youear, He has a neatA nd well equipped place u. aL. LdOALO t OaitcsS l. .i,
touched briefly upon the subjects of of business on North Monroe street, r W ,1 a. A tr o. .
monuments, the work Of the history near Leon Hotel. Noti .eisvuIeKm ran't D. Gw h Attea-- lrGv T. tKU.
committee, and other kindred topics. _U.... ao moi ofwa Wh mr, ew o ,
His address was very lengthy and one Sta fel 15 Tsear" Noo. for n o .w e a hd a w ,. .e-
of the most masterly ever heard at a by indigestion's pangs-trying many t township out MeatetM.
reunion of the veterans and these re- doctors and 200.00 worth of medicine n51 Ave e Mswfed. tao eitah el ton tl e lam th ad
unions have been marked by the ad- in vain, B. F. Ayseue, of Ingleside, N. bo, deerib. beret J. J. Hod-es, United, DPArMNNT or T3 INTMu A
dresses of some of the South's most C. at last used Dr. King's New Life 8tUCf smtT.sa... Florida on U. land 0 .. t
masterly orators. Pills, and writes they wholly cured him. Chanmutnums. witM : ., ,. .i ie t,%at
^ ^ ------ They care Constipation, BilliousneM, or H-mondL r o w Fr.j i moS *t
Mrs. Milton A. Smith was called to Sick Headache, Stomach, Liver, id-, stvl i nK oR Woodfvi.. Florierda. ia.ll mae. Wem. a
They curoel Constiaton, i Stevenma Ocal ammundo etFo rida,1olowomade F .. t l I
Dothan, Ala., Wednesday. by telegram ney and Bowel troubles. lX-c. .at all -Kelly.of s, Rtirster. .I N satw^ IS e
from her sister. 1d.- 1 Hggists. -ryi Cubb, Reiater. P n, tw i t


Misses Irets and Margaret Bradford CONGRZSS NAT KELP
entertained a number of friends at a -" *,--- .
card party Thursday afternoon, in hon. The Prehtltie States ly Passage of
or of Miss Minnie Palm.r, of Jackson- am Ase hS g Law.t
.vilP o an A.ti-Jud Laow.
Mr. A. 0 Smith, of Dothan, Ala, POkTLAND, Mg.- "Congressis ureto
has moved to the city with his family, pass an act either at this session or
and at present they are located t the next which will aid the prohibition


Letter House. Mr. Smith willAravel
fromiTallahassee for the benefit of the
Jesse French Piano Company of Mont-
gomery, Ala.
A delightful outing is anticipated tr-
night by a party who are going to a
Whfry on Lake Bradford. Thosgoing
are : Mr. and Mrs. D. u. Lowry. Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Bethel Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. T.
EugM e Perkins, Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
A Mr. e Harde and is Mary
Pae Ranolph Mr. Charbs Hunt ad
Mis Beie, Sn ow, Mr. Earlo Perktm
Oad MKim Caroly Chair.O, and Mr. Me.
Deato* ad Moa Lcille Sazes. Bor-
fres will take the phae of the abeut
aUes, m sally prseut Oe sucdh ocfa

Mr. J. H. Dorsey. wife of the a
tr Of the Woedvilt L. QArb died
Inthelthsepwitel riday, e was
bwieda es Saturday. bnwe a meet
MueMl"maou se seisis t h**e se
of h Kaa bore her nIg suffer-
iag with eb t-e l-rt"t1i. leddes
Afr hmba m she left several yot
ehimi toa to mius bher lo.
Sowae mtmeheas



a-u --g -w-* M
the as see0004 l2m uI"
retuie


IV ANON& bs, ma p
a n'M Mb o XII I


States in getting rid of the bowus ex-
pres companies" said Mrs. L M. Ste-
vens. President of the National. W. C.
T. U. today.
She said she talked with Secretary
Knox and be informed her that he be-
lieved and all the best lawyers bieve
the national government should afford
relief to prohibitory States whenever
and wh er possible. She said Presi-
dent Taft alo held this view.


Have Your Shoes

REPAIRED


BY


FLIPPER

Phone 109.
Work Sent for and
Delivered.


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Icircuit smart. TaIwhmsus,
do ot oe&IN
A. M. Sl= T*ibhmmsa

1). A. MefaiI.et 1~bms


b
I


I Constipation caus esw had e M
dixsinese, languor beart pal
Drastic phyala, gripe, alek ,
the bowels and doa't er.
Regulets act gently lad me
tion. 26 cents. Ask i
gist. to T Tr
Subeenbe to The Tl*Dsmmlk


lORIAAND hWka VIitilp n
FLORIDA RALWAY TIh 1 V Alu


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"Inv P3WA! MOWNISNO


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A prayer.
I crave, dear Lord,
No bouondless hoad
f Mold w gear ;

NorT reasmu eas o of anything.
Let but a i buat to mine,.
her
Whereat the huitste, may

Ad ha t shine
Of S elad 'eyes to make,
Ivr myo peer oak..
Or mimple h0M. a place divine-
lJut the wee e-the eriekt's ehirr;
Ltove, and the miliag face of her.
p ay t for
od A-- f no r
SPer vast states ad castle halls-
Give me to ear the bare footfalls
Of eiMdremo'
Ana ke floor,
New-ri d with mV s ne, or bedspread
fWe beA the tiny overlet.
And pillow t1e t babe's head;
Ad m y Thee, my
The sI aw d open and the day
Sead ever In a gentle br.se,.
With fragrance from the locust
trees,
Aad drw moan of doves, and blur
Of rob irps and drone of bees.,
With after bushes of the stir
Of interm glh sounds, and then
Se good wife and te smile of her.
Ifllng the aslense a-gain
The trieket's call,
And the we* et,
Dear Lord of all,
Deny me not,
^ IM not that
L reble at
My p er of place
Ad lordly sway-
I ly prayfor simple grace
To look my neighbor in the face
Small honestly from day to day -
S Yield me his orny palm to hold,
| And I'll not pray
C h d face garlanded with mirth.
S 1t hat1 the kingiheet smile on earth-
The swart brow, diamunked with
moast,
Hath ever need for coronet,
And so I reeh
Deo' lard, to Thee,
And do beeo h
Thou givest me
The we@ eot, and the cricket's chirr
Love, and the glad sweet face of her I
-James Whiteomb Riley.
TAL, 1 FION WATUBT OGRAV.
Sm l P Go T Give Way and Headreds
SA Peed stated late the LaUe.
MAMiNDv La, LA.-Eleven bodies
have beam recovered from the waters
d t*L Pontehartrian at the scene of
Um d'ays disastrous collapse of a small
pier,| upon which scores of excursion-
aIl had crowded to board the steamer
Margaret about to return to New Or-
As far as can be ascertained no other
persons are missing, but searching par-
,. cs continued to drag the lake until a
late hour tonight All of the victims
were resident of New Orleans.
.The responM llty for the cataatr,-
pe haWd not been fixed, but a rigid In-
has beap instituted by the author-
e.' sof St Tammany parish in which
a e vill is situated. and New Or-


Pontehartrian Transportation
whih owns the boat denies
w-bihty for the aeident.
o la tt he wharf gave way
Aim A" 9of the large number

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1t he ebf ofthee I wIo ae e I w e at
SThy Me e ad f was tade: to Nwder.
Pwelerdidat 2:t 0 o'cldd Staw
POI -ow lZ 011 0yMIRIC. I
S That the P secola w avy ard will
Ss errive ave the prw eat a itatin to
m. ab. on certain.navy aseds oftb south
S^is mee s tobbef ofdtoMerew w are epost-
e n nao a al mates, uand atsee o vo
J., i',note me prmu- mwta la t an ti deIpa .tm et wmet
a.A AMD aa sAon alwo w--to the lolard k W Ike
~ipt e ltow* ow an s k NOW, m t w. ib t he bt equipped to the

aSt k hegIt e lwe arge fe et eeks m eo workm


I lieerKs .i..... 0 lWeimis to be d lth e e oe iel s arthe
K3 mX i 5ln g sourmw- Ihmtin the ods tand thte nob
tr L t r ata s e yste o teme
se tIC S .) t n M. aMM to th the ycuhiet sMer la the
r*t- ** Ce mfei **sr-- ate srvic*. H* dJid aft
,hew ,, y oai. uUr lenars oadeighit mothe old, to
11cadido wa remained at it all thr a the
wp nh 40 n ye r o |d war MM w pmen. -M lead
I i 1 nu e o con t 01 1 nthe terry in Savanao h Jostebefore SheW -
a-- aa may erioed over late the daty e
SChrastmas day, M1864. I ta wwE E
STATE NE WS. ,vi 'a,ehtid artl
gof them. He was also prm ent int-e
t t o a eca t r e of 1862, when Gen. Gilmor of
To Sut troop an pd t tlo forces, bobarded and took
Jacksonville. Fort Pulaski, a scene this writer aso
J. G. Alvares one of the most prom- saw and partieipated in. We went
inont cities of Stark, i dead. through thhe big gap made by the
Hunte w killed a large bear near shot of Gilmores gunds.
Starkn last iweek. ve H nedw
A recent cens of Sanford how it often thought to b repunible for
to have 5,764 population. oA Infant's loss in weight or p general
Leebur is to have water works and poor health. The cause usually s that
electric lights. t r child has worms. They get the
Kisnimmee is planning to secure wa. nourishment in the food ano the baby
ter works. starves, actually starves. White u
St. Petersburg is enjoying a building Cream Vermifuge expels the worms and
boom nourishes the child, sure and safe.
The c to T p PrIe 26 cents. Sold by Hardoe-Smith
The SSte Pohopsaarceu tsa oatp Co. Drugists. ed 16-lm

whipping his 40 year old son. -tk s
Quite a number of counterfeit 10oand The Predcts o tf Jetferso Will Bet
n bill. have been found acrculating in s t atilblhtle Next Pail.
Sa entions. Monticello, June 1 l-At the regular
toh Verdict claims that C. alIy f met 'ng ofnh wad of o r gmoner
the aestdi naval stores upping as- m h A. Simon and E. E.
point in Americat .-. .. .. 1 ...
Florida pineapple growers want a Athioon, two of the committee appoint-
tariff duty of 40 cents per crate on their ed by the Jefferson county board of
products trade to look after the securing of pre-
Julius Suntag, Gwerman, fell from a mium for the exhibitors at the county
launch at Weast Palm Beach and was fair to be held this fall, went before
drowned. that body ad asked from them an ap-
Ellis Knowles, of Pensacola, has won proprtaton for this fund. They acted
out in a feld of flfty-six golf playerat to avery pubIc spirited way and made
Memphis, Tenn this appropriation, to be paid at the
It is announced that the Seaboard Air pfoe twTe this bok p and rae t
Line Railway company is to be reor- ry fne foundation to be worked upon.
ganised this month. E. E. Atklson. chairman of the above
Emil Fisher, of Fort Myers, died in committee, will begin immediately to
Jackmsoville. while on hi way to the make his oundfor subscribers to the
Tisane asylum at Chattahoochee. premi um fund, and asks that all who
The State Pharmaceutical Association e not already agreed to give some-
held its annual esion in Gainesville thing to subecribe an amount that will
this week. help to bring the total up to at least
A citizens of Tampa hos been nned $600. B1 dess the cash pries, there
J100 for annoying a married lady with will necesnrtly have to be s aome t
nchis at WPnRionch pnwsf s that will have to beb paid out ofor
d rwedo. tha bhio fund, and a6e0 will not be ;any to
The Coast Line ir to put on an addi- much fid an wil n dm
tional train between n Ocalt and Lake- mh b
land.o time.nTh ard r sto
Mr. Wesley Noble,, one of Dunnel- THL NLW ROU (K
Ion's mot promndinent and etteemed cat- Frm? TalilhaS M, la., to
gien i dead. this E. r of iw
During a meeting held at Braden- Tbomaesvlle, Atlanta and
dred menn lwere added to the churche m of Oth s G og ie Points,
the town. VIA SEABOARD AIR LINE. CAPl
The o e growers convention, in
Mesion at amPa last week, decided to TOLA AND FLORIDA CENTRAL.
organize the sorida Citrus Exchange -
for marketing crops. Lve Tallahassee (S. A. L.). 1 35 p. m.
A young white girl half-naked and Arrive Capitot (8. A. L) .2.00 p. m.
aloset starved, was ftond s a deem e LV Captola (P. C.).. 2.06 p. m
wood near Jackeevtllte where abe had Arrive Tbomavlie (F. C.). 4 60 p. mn
th ton


m* eeerwu Neroel er sralri olays.
SMa r ad me Howard., an e DAILY, nmcPr 5UNAY.
ruver, m tbeve Muiso. Feloda Central will wait at Capitols
tday alft. minaatesm So esboard.
A tn was kMWd This is the quisket saboedle between
- te -was hillm lled
0. a ama"lm"ttl T emT
t aa of WWiea 9". Tralehave thamaSile via A. C.
L t-r a f e r Al asy. is amd Atlanta at
I elasam-ecti-erapJ. .p4m., aid vlatbeA.B.&A. for
A PreaAtela abaraaJaak Mi, Tift:m, Pitaerald and At-
ii* -> b *t a boa* *M &qa4Bp. A
lgaety *a to estd a mam to Thr a Swootig Care trom Thomae-
. Mr Tke, oft Netlk, vill e to Alante. 16-2m
to tus ,OWp.s...........p
m repeat seemular changes made M SL
AlIrtW. Roberts to to AL
i gla d aOW Gerge D. Tee Ca SeG A b See. Newspaper or
to ol e" Both 'Naom eWO Me h r Uekle
. B. Pw fors editer of to he Tlis a reading age, and these pe-
Pet. wo als pte are the bt prepared to meet the
mav s Is Camatates tatexlgeaseA ofA Mft w are the better aIn-
:a bte p.oarperito ttato 1sd The Trwe Demorat Iees
Oa d that he wi retr re a laUe advertisement of
Old red hro tho ereMaL.s e Ms me md Bsoo s c any.
of bb ws It w piotwrvry prem in mLom
he S. BPsa- troelly is tebe aO ty t r- fOr It shows
IM to hybei wh aM Vre a mw hew I* sem-- 1-o--- se aws
M--e barter has bsem estMbs Md 1 U 0" W M C SM
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People who expect lower pries on TalahBee Real Estate may as well quit sighing for cheaper property.


I ie some property that is not advertised.
mee is on the road to prsperity.


If you desire to make some money come and talk to me.


Tallabas.


RN.DINCL

5-On GedeiS- 8t. MWar Park
AVe. 6 BRoam Cottage. o t
aol abot tUs. Coine ad a- ma
iLt. Ubral terian
No. &.R
00-P itty htta 4 Roam Cotta,
Pla a trot aad bac. IW tee
Caner let and ood m bborhood.
Term, $100 eash, balance 17 monthly
at 8 per event.
No. 9. R.
$1500-Cosy 6 Room Cottage. Maf-
nae B Hights Park Ave. Lot 130x200
feet. Barn and other out houses. Lots
of Pruit. Fine Garden. Poultry Yard.
No. 12 R. Special.
$2250-Beautiful Location, fronting!
130 feet on Jackson Square. Fine
neighborhood. House has 7 Rooms,!
bath etc, complete.


No. 18 R
$430*-Exoelent Location, Mooum
St., near the Court Hou. Lage lot.
No. 14R.
P7WM-A Good 7 Room House, eppo-
site capitoL Moder laprovem a.ts.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
4 Brick Stores Reat 0 month, new
and up-to-date. Price $11.400.
9 Stress wood locatioAn rentd Paysv


8 Lota ba MagnoltU Hights,'m each.
3 Lots a little further out oan Ma-
noda Highta. $110 emeb.
10 Lots ear Governo Masion Im-
mdately west of LonA Grov. Pr
FARM LANDS.
mO .cres, about miles from the city,
on Thomoaville road. Flao land. Prke,
$16.50 per acre.
No. 7 F.


No. 10 F.
40 aerm, m St. A ratiRnme rsad, 8
wies out, no bullef F lad waU
located. If quicWUk eltor$400.
No. 11 F.
t arers oa the Quiney road, about 1
mie from the city. All right for the
price. $800.
No. It F.
50 aeres. The prettiest place near
tLe t, itv Oln eI AI atr I imil- t-


12 per cent after deducting taxes and 2,000 acres on the St. Augustine road Bea ul hill and grand view. Plent
insurance. Price $7.500. near Chaire. Well improved. Several of fruit, fine spring, a cistern and wei
hundred acres in a nhh state of cults- Land produces fine erops. Nearly all
Office Building. Monroe St. Pays vation. Fine land. Eigbt years oag cultivated. Some woo. Worth more
well. owner asked $8 per acre. Present own- than is.asked 8 room boe, barn, &c.
S e mer absent and offers to sell cheap. Price $8,000.
A Hotel on Monroe St. See me Price now $6.50. No. ..F1
about it. No. 9 F. No1t' l -
BUILDING LOTSNo. 30 acres on Lake (Jackon road. close
BU94 acres 4 miles from city on Miceo- to city limits. Good land. Pecans and
Three lots one block south of State sakie road. Nearly all cultivated. Rentq Fruit. Fine water. 7 room house.
College for Women. I at $125. 2 at well and never without tenants. A final Fine location. Very cheap at price
$225. farm. Price $1,150. $1,700


t Valits ane the Greatest
all oe *f Natleo.
arrival oa hipmnt of
in gold coin from Son Fran-'
De.ver, the Denver mint now
re vault of the nation,
000,000 In gold stored in the
l efers here. Tnis is the l(r-at-
t of gold ever housed in the
at. Fifty million dollars in gold
hs been received at the mint since
f trom the San Francisco mint,
s inow been practically deple-
i Id Ad It* d reserve.
Hr igr Parler
SSmneeplag Car Compames.
Ii hereby given that at 10
.l n Friday, the 25th duy
A. D. 1900, Lsie comptroller
Sgenelral and State treasurer
t in the executive office at the
l tol int the city of TallahasMee.
lp P sMd Btate of Florida,
i rpoe 'ul assessing all the
f t ghrlrd, toevWaph. par-
l leplag car eom fMies located
o part in the teof Flori.
is reqoild t be ed o an-
I of Seeteon 46 of
of the lawe of Florida.
who mNade retUraM to the
I w Ill oth pe
i to b eamrd bealf ofy
a kte aphR Mtiezor or elsmPMt
l, are iteda to be present
c. reeom, Compteler.
rk TvM l. Att'ee nt.
SV. Kastt. State Tr r.
-A eetd ft See
SBleM ef I u hv Lrd M. I
wbM 6 h 9oM the intiol r-.
Sle Mew ehrch tmanday swes.

aervies puble to iavited
L. Weedward wll preach the


mo"t lMto -t e a baby is
Sse ""y tht it Iut uf-
wit attiiks the d ewes ale, .-
a" meet -es Whe te of the
Is f by Balir. Crem
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A WISE VETO. tisements it would operate an a dis- In the Circuit Coiurt, Second Judicii SlI Il t.
Scrimination against tne newspapers of Circuit, Leon County, Florida. In Made as required by Section a. Chapter MW.
this State. ChaAtcery." As 117.
A Very Strange Bill is Disproved by The editors, publishers and proprie- Chanceryhowinr the amoiant of taxes eharied tillt
the Governor. tori of ma.y newspapers in this State ( .', W. Faw.nm. mlaiant. va. Amanlsa "T ('Colltort"of loan. Cou rorida te *
Williams. as Adminfstrara t of th- I'rat. tif (t eollet fior the current year I" and he appw
The Governor on Wednesday un id the have requeLed me to diappruve this i Kphraim Will eamn. IN>-meaal. Amrn.Ia Wiiiamrt. ti'min'et o.f the seanr to the sveal fusdill
bill, statIig that a write-up of at town or Hienry Witillmq. haen~- WituiMn.. lii,.-* 1b,,r- which t'.-aA have been leviel:
veto power as follow : county. or any private business affair !la. Henry iovarals_. Winol.. Ifsi, i,atih uIi. Total tax for the .year. It ... S.
State of Florid*. Execu';v' ('h>am,.r, for whi'h pay is made cou.d not appear and .Oive Wilhiam.. l,.i. PfAnt .. .
Tallahassee. J.um'!,. 1i9-l. In a newpa ler withoiuL twinr t:e.I IT APPEARIN(; BY AB'FIDAVir F'l.i:D IN P1N
lion. H. Clay CrCawford, S. crtiry of w h t li word ".at.vhtiP>mentl;"-tacit .f,,dnt bIl ,n.T t t"rI Amount raidto May let. IW. .1m
State I idll (t)H io a '-t an.an. ..I |ir.i lil, l an.1 i) arlit uf Sltori S l ihi i ,.. .. I- i ...
'e ..* pAltwrst 1 1 ll ist 'if '.4:St it. iDilmm ...ft-' ri ian n ha lie-n a ., t t r. i i. his l, s I ll. ..... .. s.u
Dear Sir In pt'sunemn 'fr t i r, ivis- I. i n .-n.t l *l...v. i > .-..._,Int *" IL r '1 sr" i.utW"ei" th"i 'lir ,' & "' olimin. f, APPORTIONUM NT.
ions of Section 2 Artl I l 8, - it I h % -- tr t.' o o r r a ,wi t h p r v a l i n r t i w h ic h t e w t ,f, f r i l a j n l,- o f p t m o t i 1-- am i t o M as -. ..
Std you herewitut h for tiling h o or tl liht isi not int.ere..t l. ct.a sfl, Jp.i to lo lV. uCU anl thi athe A ."IIat .i. ni. ... .,...r p J .
U herewith fr n the l the newspapers withi o l he mof tweinty-on ars. ati t the ll.- Amount aiJ to May 1.t. 11. 11.
ing bill paised by th* 1 lii-l iti ... tI 11 ..ar ......... kinn. ,I4
1909, from which my approval is wi n- in on tanhe yiLeo y F it L. i .rV rniwL "mi s.. U a ro.w cula ther-r...i. or., ihni to h. 1.Am ,t't ilad to Mayetur ..1 7 O. 7UA
h faatat "itin on the integ i it v so. -derytnew sj' ai t unaaimw i it s lthe itaat' 4` la01e&1h la I h `.. r... .. ...it r. .. ..
held for the reasons tated: er man in thin SL. *" wI k 'an ir A0eI f"AnId "1* 8wii >h."I r*.w'r (ii as>. Arnmunt pail to May lIt. 109.. l .ft.1f7 F.W.
,. i ... ....Poo e r to ttho. I- ill af p ca n.laint lil'l i i h- -,al<'aivat r:,mails a i litilee..." a. i.
"An Act reulating the puiliiction in jury to the papi-r.s i 01 Lilt.-att ; "iI-n Monday. thO dih day f July. A ii. "i". th- A.,, ount g.i to. Ma p t.. i... 1. 30.1 t LUM
newspaper of articlesl, eiLhnrasnews frligeniin.nt uIp'n r', c. situhtinal *rwimsethe&ih atansof theis4id s1 i.laWiil.taa1.,i *"-A.. aihol. I)s trhwt No. I.. I.LWO
matter tar u emitirials,. for the publi- right L and liberties u ,,n the prels ;" an .i ..d by saki efat .e published A no at i i to Ma t. i5 o... st.-UI 44ML
cation of which monev hnat been paid, i *onin. lull column uf iwu line readers emeea week for fuur earwocutive weeks in the g
and prescribing penalties for the vio-, will take one half of another column of "Wookly True Deonervt." anewoeper pu lins.d .......
I tion thereof. I our aspce to put tagi ilane,, on. I he ad- in Is- natof n'J u A D. l rof rcuit Court. Loi t.
S"Be it enact-d by the Legislature of vertiser will not pay for tini and the IAsL.aT JhunIt 1. i'E m.nKIFI.. Mayr st. 1i.
the State of F!o, ida : State makes no provision for reimbur. 1.irk (Iir cit Court. LIean Couit. yFi. ,Y _i
"Section 1. Whenever any newspaper sing as;" unjust refl ct on upon all our A^ tr e v T. F u.u Dr. 0. R. Alexander, of Hava bi
or ieriodical published in this State newspapers, nearly all, if not quitall l-iw, Clerku of Court. guest of the Iloxham.
sha contain ao article, illustration. of which are ediLed and conducted by
earcature or cartoon purporting to be men of brains and honor, who have ben -
news matter or editorial matter bt for and are one of the chiet instrumental. gge^we g*g** g g -- -
the priatlag or publishing of which the ties in n adiatintns the m ,rai and material 4 .
editor of sech newspaper or periodical, inter, st* of the tate :" "insult to the I
hi agent or employees, or any one of newspapers of Florida, tacitly edriring I *. .l .
them, bhae been paid or promised to be them with wholeale dibn ty ; t
paid soeh articlei illustration, cariel- 'oreAtly decreasing tinir reveuae rom 0 oar of t le I
tore or artoon." al iUmate soroe in ito way of pub. l -
Section 2 embraces the penal clause. lashing desriptive articles' and other w "
la section 1 of Articte 3 of the Con- I =itter which no one would desire to Isa r
stitatim of the State of Florida., refer nave published under the headof adver. 0
ring fo legislative enaetaent, may be tismsts;9" "drastic measure;" ex- w
fewad the following : *Which subject coedingly armful to the newspaper in- w
hall be brieMl pressed in the title." terets; "constant menaee to the I
It will be oleervd that n tlme title ll p sad welfare of the publlahbrs ;
is intended I h bill to relate the 'the hardship will fall on the small pa-
puMbbeaUmt i i newspaper of artwiles, perethrough the country who ca hardly
ar as news matter or as editorila, ekeo et am existence." Man other *
fr, thw pests of which money hbu qeotatios eoud be given. I new of
been ta o It winbe observed that inL but one newspaper man m all Florldsa `1e to tC fu tA Mes X. 7elme of.711s.
wltie 1. io i dditoa to article, refer- who is ot opposed to ti measure. '
eame a de to Ullestration, arleature Very resapetfuly. 2 a4ess, ofmefy Lo e is, is /ceased toI pasiwes
or senes; bet few people consider an ALBsST W. G(ILCA'R T, /fmla in' / IA. S./ate of ida c seesd t. to Ie
lhatratm, eareaiure or cartoon either (Governor.
a wditerll or mews matter. .. .a rr. S* is A. S/. .l od *-. .Aof. *? & i.
It will be ebserved that the limitation At about 8'elock Tuesday morning siz the .f the Siste Board q/ ltk t
w to who as bee Pd or promised to tenm. freighted with ailults and chil- EAL """tha s .thef ?heNs .s Ar D I oalt
be paid r the p bl tion of uch re- dren. mesmoer of Boulevard Sunday I tl "h A. .
fears tons "Itedtr of e1ch newspaper Sheel, .left th city for the shadyshores *
or parieMa, his agent or eoployeeo." placid Lake Bradford. The daywas (Sigied) J ~A Z S,9264 ,
There its tin to the bill to prevet ideal. Cool breeseN from off the lake s, f Holish o ,
te pubirdtr or proprietor. who may fhanetd to faes of the jolly picnickers r .. a pit.
wet ale he th esiter, front reeivinft as tl oled m the shades of the a m .atL a. 3
s& ar titles written by the editor tr ,Whd In the limpid waters of 0. A A. nAs. .,
It been claimed i that in a ll w1 e lake, er glided acrowa its bosom Into r ml- Dr .-' D AN
Me-s a Pap peror1- diell is pobleshed btaf.. S .
whines' dealated This would theM At anes a sumptuous picnic dianer ,e ern aw ***********esm *rws
to pos pMlisha to edi ws Morval true pn strp d T-
Ogd lei inthsl t ehi .i State, tin rti rtWaen of with BMWs GO. H. HOiuM ,
f Cm-*t -w 0teTSM-tn zty 4p"emst, LICENSED EMBAULMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
i adas& t am aA seemed n ejoyd the f to tC3 uwr 44. -mw PW
S pa a esliginW"Va 9411 1 11"8a "11r1TV"Tr Dae em e.TAuLLAMUA FIu nmU .
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REAL ESTATE BROKER.
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HAMMOCKS, PORCH RUGOS,
PORCH ROCKERS, PORCH SWINGS
i'VUDOR PORCh SHADES,
AWNINGS,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS,
PORCH SHADES ,ICE CREAM FREEZERS.


D. R. Cox Furniture Company,
93 South Monroe Street.
Tallahassee, Florida. .




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Why Not Make A Good Appearance o

A GOOD) APPEARANCE means a whole lot in this world especially when it rests upon a
good foundation. Many things appear good but the goodness wont bear inspection. To C ,
So,,k good is all right. but to BE good is a hundred per cent better.

Our veh icle not only hook good, but they ARE good. Their style is good. Their construction .
>" is good. Their quality is good and their prices are reasonable. They give their owners a first-
>y class appearance, and the closer you examine them the better they look.

>^ Come in and look over my line. Buggies, Surries, Runabouts and almost any thing on wheels.

I also carry a splendid line of Harnes. 1 have the largest and most carefully selected line of
>D goods in the county.


J. D. CAY.


Phone 268. The Vehicle and Harness man.

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