it us$ t.AU-aSpeslalPrivilegsmto None.
neRMSTmA Ran ram
pe. P.S. as* o ehest
M"momomIm. VWes of
ww rewa *theo
'm %Wr d!q tl'Mw b
their duty by e
pUMI ateim WiwHI be
tka~aut ed ud
amsoBw wham you
edam the street
|m~etaiad aio woe of
IIHN-H up roe to ex-
So pair of prple seeks
PJQ.SAIAIW em his fee
HM...Ca ecto thiray
bevohiM- to #Aall
^~~I im* eje abouta
.., a.*W'ym weas sd
d g ral cndet tohe
*eh-es wer moat uastiafe to the
Saereover, Mr Barer had
aUffct aM uadl respect of every
aseber and pupil in the school, ad the
genital rget expressed at he resign.
eatn is m t haime.
The pube sehol will also toes Mi
Marwaret Neleon, oM of the mmot pop-
tlar temaaer on the faculty, who has
acspted a poattio teacher at St.
PotWobun wmorder to be nearer her
A Wva jt l". to Meau.
William Darragh, a chauffeur of New
York City, haa beom sentenoad to not
ite than seven and not more than
twtesy years in the pitentetiary for
owa ver and killing a thirteen-
yboy while on a "Joy ride."
Darrh was indited for murder in
the It degree, but the jury which
tried him reduced the effenase to man-
slamghter in the first degree.
In eseteucin Darngh, Judge Mul-
quewn id :
"Tepunishment of one errmlnal is
inteoddto serve as a warning to oth-
era. The automobile haa come to stay.
Properly used, it Is a source of healthM
ful reeation. It is an important fac-
tot in bus iaem. It affords remunera-
tive employment to many.
"Batit us elar that it aea i fraught
wit the garavest dMan er to the peopl.
Theftre, a driver and W*awse of
s mac oat be extrmmly eare-
f.3 o-hl---m- sad .glfeae will
6M th m severe p l Thee
g net aeak thmir *wn plM rs er
10406-.6 at the riaH o the pMdae.
his tas W Iot -dty of the aw
othe ve. sureltihas.
not -m wa-e uw to do hr
ad wih thst el060=
MPl-- Ofh-n k"w bM ho.
tw WIN" mm
~Sspu hi I ft sa w M&
TM& Ow hm tubW R& l itofmbo
vum@i mmd withutthe 018Meeseaty
4 ep"Mth SM te t1w the pafy-
mus Upswes o sd premlmo,
a&& euh ~syesterdaky, whama
wuas oe leas b thts city whereby
land" veweanterpriso becopma
0staft h Fm 1
W. .Awa ael~.
wlater Fair Aeala-k*
-te after comsida
Snd dmuls, w"
realt of the meoha-
kpr. Stra e d OW-
'1W mom% Blowla.
msell e-half of tdio
WOLatn. o six sme.
afaMint any a-im In te primary on
priMry dy; pIW1ldg for the cornm-
POenatM of Iump .l0 the primary
10 certain ca ; ses ing penalties
for the violation of th primary laws at
this State by offcilal,.eU trys and other
persons; prolMhibtin the us or asociia-
uoa of m esy to influence the primary
electie, neuding the payment of poll
taxes; prohibiting tax collectors from
receiving pull taxez from person other
than the one owiug it, aid providing
penalties for violations of the primary
by members of commte. e, owpetorM
and clerks of primary etleUous and
providing for the publications this
The third bill was "An Act makirngit
unlawful for any person or corporation
to pay the poll tax of any other person
or fumryi th n money ttivrtfor, or for
ny tax collector to accept payiant of
Staxes from any peron oter than
the perso whose pull tx a is.bein paid,
aiM fxing a penalty for the viulatom
T fourth was the State Apprpria-
ti bill, d the sftions diia@ ta
appreuataoafor the higher otltt.
t learning i nn Florida w for.
aty threshedout by the Gov Ir a
th presnea ef the Joain2 0a 9 1
iuealsea and Omatrol It w aI e aSt.
ias e-xauGetlve ezxmlnaUte the
a thse lantitutionedeim *"
By, air Cm an of theI w I 9
~tar s wauled upon toW-
h-a qusejias thkat tl he
te t a nsles of the two -,
Pr sm -sked fron, aS After
"k *aE whli wWU be dtitnet i4
aese4 of from any of the
previoums oakra. n
lane t.he t the next tbr witfl
be etrely wt tate aitde o la that
the ew M t of 1 900 for
p ima wl :M. Itead Uf
securing thia sta a d thee oem-
peUlg the preinBo winner to wait
two years or more for their money. ow
iag to inability to e6llet the appropria-
ton fM t Bstasto, thea new mane
meet of the State Pair will py the
premiums itspelt offering an unusual
liberal list su making payments o
same within two days after the judges
report their awards. Thi will be some
thia novel In State Fair history, but
th anew management is possess of
amplt capital to make this ranrmat*e
and every exhibitor will be able to feel
aseured that he will not have a long
wait for his money.
Another new feature will be the
great impr of ment of the lfairgemround
and ac track. w he nesp now management
will expend between $AOO and 50.W-
000 th a summer a autumn in these
improvements, which will include a
sew grandstand and the enlargement of
thepresent balf-mile track to three
quarter of a mile. The enlargement of
tme track will occupy the spare now oc-
oupiud by the Rangi mad the Industrial
building, and the track, as enlarged and
improved, will be easily the best in the
W. C. T. U. Notes.
The monthly meetin. was held, the
program arranged for FloWer Mission
beia nicely carried out, although nei'-
ther the president or superintendent of
that department eoulo be present on
account of sickness. The Union has
dnea an unsmal amount of work in this
departawt this year, and tr st we
have brefht cheer ad comfort to
we lad to note there has baeen a
-a- worer se our Saledm -epl
d awm h wok iaet.-aad. WMn.
--* *- -*. .'. r t '
~aeA ofas tdth pammsty.ar
IuuuSO el oPaaa~f
the" Stato, isdad.
otb a Ioakr d Tw.n
still Aidna lfld
%ARutt'MJs, JuMe 14.-Fem i'
100 dead adl 100 injured is tet
tiated WWtal casualties tMa so IWO
the rthqmake wnMoh devastatedait
Val towama k i ige la the eti- e
part ot Frnae partileariy ia th *.
paun tt of Herault and BtseheI.
Useo s, A
Grat sufferlg is reported
rmoter places, evwig tela Icsi I=
and Lt 0 of tlhe so ad l
arrival of asieteams. The n
asy be greartlyreMd &s-W
phae s t yet benes ihto bu
l,= wOfilla8b 1 o 04mldt
e were lcim yifroma
te*Ie ear ld fan Arlslhee
m. Aecording to *nr sSm I
aeat of vheUm wies mi
an windethr dMb ma te to m
then. t eo te
* ABrWitor an ap In teWt s l
oe trstes w impatme la aeatsw
phe. aethey o thbmen tornelo tP ,u
arsisbed with msi n it eT
Htqp, pubRcg aifawky f and
wireO W. ctre mb.toelis. Amie, |
b e her Vrug te. Peni b
41 Hepfrtde and Aroldtaoa
Tr victim hti ahioTCMliao eaM
se were horribly madl ed.
wer e*vid*ed wthat sovral id V i
tiau bad li y for hr rs
te debritf before they dr The p.1
oa nshed atiento Uhe stre W Is M
nt sock occurred, crying out i e o
re ut nof tne rtarentot d be u
e of their fwaille. The
buried in the ara.ted di ltr-m
The herd thr uhout th meet ngh t b
Briade, will n the min Trth a r
t aint Cannat an oll men a l
won wn wa to tina et bilhwerdi
ord wicapld with a slirght hbse,
wasT badly dama Te abe e
Tuhme histatorie vilae Vofre V.
wrmed. but Bsno ondeLf "i
The sweular monthly metingf do. hmbs
Briace. will be mu ldeIn Trinity J- =
amt 4 o'clock. All members an r
ed to be preient. E.ah ond *AimSol t
Byrd. will hav eChi.ri of *tA 15.
00, b kw Lamie IL
Thdoe follwUIf MMI and re
sasd musl les so tdot yea fNe
agMe and well asPoo tOW ds .
Mos(nst ?l @ a "tkdamai
ow *AP- Iw b A wmpf
do S LOW I4 h A
spivldep. ow Ilk9IWO
ONw owniahi towns
aft rawepm toweld
4* Inhmh b dSm lu
bad IuLn eeysk
~whoea mWW OW WIM
hs edaeovard data alern
b New Jeesy. What um wil
Sh oa ofa Florida willbe blessed
m of the meot abundant rope si
I history ef te state.
|. Otie, with far leei advantages than
Athaiiem have become great through
a wfe oy1temn of boosting.
SOufgros will require that all ships
,N$iNg from United States ports be
ul p with wireless telegraphy
A. Alabama man proposed to 200)
nm before he was acceoepted The
who did accept him is probably al.
i re~rettlng it.
SThe old world is not such a mean me(.
ef the globe as many of us lmajW
Iteontributed $S2h,O(,ofn) Lo tmhe
jam" Ja. Hill ays "trie greatest ser-
to the nation, to every State and
today would be the substitution of
r..eem at for law-making."
.T6a BIs lifer bridge, New York
*. Ws spaed to'the public last Sat.
It e1 t O..000,00, and la one of
agMei eglaaering wonder.
S-""-te ybettir to be a booster
bsHee". Yeoa besft both your.
r town by the rat pratiee.
letter., nbeta bt habr
dp is mw ooSeeded with the a.
sal wteemile. If
SW M eqmeu s o mri
bel a0 w th doty atl
agagt p advayed wte te th
weeks. AN FleeMs wMh6
d Tlhuses wIN Mrap its
it a i e
tio _is -- s- -I-dtat
on pae ob o eh
ay f dos day. nosi*n& M uesm
"lmsot bulagW pe&m w b sed isa t
es Iwo seemnth&e whbe basem of
tao ar as" thc prlt hiat. wash
A MWw Yak eAler is pnb
Vq.asUdm f pears al0s i, *MroI b
Ifa o ewa of ar tase Whe wmeb M
-ap MesfreoefhId0bktK eMde heu
wibse weaoStm, do eap wo
peove a prwa em.
rysa A Ltageo, of Tamap, have
beoa awarded the em t for foedla
the e ty presses at eight estmsa
The Xest'eame wilU emofe a lasting
obfigatis upes the people of this tean-
try by letting them know how they do
The tobaeo growers i Leon oneoty
will ses e b paying oes thouma of
doiae rto lhore for hr agt th
preheat le e .p It le hspd tas o th
rou e wIl o ab e to N oway pound
t k Jts s6e at a preOaoy prime. Ift
lI weweldn a va wera a
t "Lees i wtF"e tde
hse ofi b e W as hosral enefS Ia
lr bWe y strUin to bld e Riaa s a es.
yemeek of the civi wethr wBlviua50 by
*- -/-A- 1-
rthe paste v r Metyeperh to pro*
vlMe Si Ito ,ld lseetse of elhel**
Misa hsswashstel testhe biawgWesem
faeses press ha F""rns, nj hA beside
great a"laried n beastiode Its Ve
lItvet newspaper propesltbons i the I
South, sad The True Demorat rejoice
at its prosperity. r
The Baltimore Manufacturers Rec-
ord reports that the busiame outlook
Is exceedingly bright. Five now steam-
ers are being brilt for the Gulf trade.
Does it occur to Tallahasae*ana that
this city mwht be greatly the benefl
clary by trying to build up a Gulf corn-
merce. More wonderful things have 4
happened than this.
*' <- N' r .N |
The number of deaths during the four
years of the civil war was 265,070. iI
During the past four years 500,000 a
deaths have resulted from tuberculosis e
alone in the Uniteu States.
Bo one disease is four times as de. o
strurtive of life as the bloodiest war is l
h4 annals of history. What vigorous t
nuans should be employed to eradicate S
The present corn crop of Fluruda is
the finest and largest ever grown in the
State. At any to, that is the way.
it looks to the Herald man, who has
jdst completed a tour of nearly all of
the peninsula and of the northern tier
of eounties from Duval to Leon. Ob-
served from the ear windows, the cora
rop isto simply Immese. -Punts Gorda
The TmeUnlo offers this imely
advice: "If your boy eapeet to oea.s
brate th Sorious 4th adves i tgo
AlSMg. Bet to lmis tha to be
biews up, hiasse whei be goas doie
ys my recover imn a g- o ape
but after he has geo p he my e t
tobe pIfe yer* s to h W dou tMb
o N heam ndW l ot mthe lbts "
A tow farmer l Le a ty ndl
Mve IeLksft hI their a k SAO a,
TM TMree Demiwst is hw beme. WB
4 iewry a meOA d Me@smsbf l e,
th Ye deam s o be t h ho^mmed
pas Meed a olf er a te es the -i
bade fils alImed sed B so awv
o f oM a view ,iw -- atpus
h M&awe"m sms"Bead bAt %M
a"s"i a fPee. Ja 0 s0 tL.
WeO 4d *tMOW Jb o NWs, th
04"- i^MW D.a .| r^MVl- p bHw- J|
^^~~Ut =1^^AJ ^^ M~
ja ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ IqFPq Www^^B^^ y^ -LH -
** .* ***4 the (k^sht & t
S& iew itBl ihe *l*dp ei
-ft wlS as m e baw. l plap r
Pier "sofs mLt. The dw
d s mlh thSe polet to 1 l
p-0l mebs -omg the aemkqi P
del o the sanmdmwentI
The ealt sewed is, therefre m ,
me tdemeAotratim of tthepower of l
pk;l aM ithe act te Is. lW do
im Stms that the Peoilple asl ld p
ddpe do theielew s b ow far they my
ptesid theeoives from a tra 0 e17Oy f
wher m ew g d as whole ljwWs,
gt bi the power of puble ep mles
whs lMmmlM fo unaoine that the ti
fte el er g ed moas es" osado e
ma~wrm, la wh Up T hei pt f or r t-w
pieis hte wwk t elthe AMS STeem br
LeMe si aame C. T. U. o Ms P
The Wines ld uthe adMs Reve. o
hean Ola hom e d ry.M Thoe eno. g ie
lhets apbpred A Loo -alte s Pet eo
lae wn a M ofrNeat f1y tMe 1r. t f
lterm A pdbbais l ties, -a
ewiM to suedsf t nly in m o m i ts eft
doie t lUt thepoy wem hs repted ail"
n fies of. l forptu at bribery mdaf#
kto er ptositi eorr aptlehs semd
d ie suohre md only by the m of t
thoae methods that have bee prow Au
suce-sful by totirued and rpte d kit l
us In other States. plm
It lis aeorWdiagly fortunate that theltor t
Florida An tSalIoon League hase"ured WI
he services of such men as Brooks
.Awrence, who led the fight for prohi- W1
bitior. in Alabama, Rev. C. L. Collins, W
ormerly of Kentucky, where 96 count: in t.
ie have gone dry out of 119, and Rev. cow
oJ. Thomson who had much to do in ne"r
making OklUhoma dry. These men e, crim
ng approved Anti Saloon League metheL. li
da, have won a great victory in secur- peop
ni the oubmi&sion of the amendameit, out d
nd will no doubt be able to handing the is ab
campaign successfully in securing its enou
doptiorn Hut the p*uple must depend sale
n theminlves for the actual work, fine.
king ," those men for leadership and the
Sunific tion of the movement. If the
tate-wAid prohibition is a adopted it and
nust Ie toy the votes of the people pLrt
iemselv .*. Let the people decide. DrLi
TA-- i T,, Tw
COULD HAVE NAYT "DAS servi
California'. "Reisaln Day" proposi- for t
ion reminds us that it might be a go(i dream
roposition.for Saaferd to have a "Cel- digr
vy Day." Orlauw oas "Orange Day," trw
!mps a "Cigar Day," Jageeeville a low a
Jug Day." sad aso o. These different their
made in" each pileu products woouM
appeal to the word eath-seort would p
holy draw popleai Medieg to their Co0
may. -OrlamdsIeparter.Star. eay
Oo6 suggesties, Mad If sot amai m
M might aed "Adveale Day" for iw
tami. "Guava Day" ta Lames City, sBtd
Ptae Apple Dp" faer r.Plereo"Vlash lag
sy." for Tltheas "Ltiease Day" *'
rDaytnam, "Pet-e Day,' fr Ha 4,
ifa* ee.B* lh n tt** (Iheb
tretionMsfS hmsseem ese la tMhs tern
mate clmato.-eAt Plern NMews.
Taflhease*e an an *M me pssda-
we She aselM appropriate aly ae s
me qoie a qui td "*Spf p s" le f
mM have "a bt>- sidg".'**a ay." A.
i pesas day." *S a pa aydp,"a ***a
ma ma *mobe dsp," "a
eten day." o*oar m Shepo ca
Am e. ame"myteumo1I lid ~
hab Loes **Now ea b~edi
40 t gu eam bhe. '
p etate~e -westeJl#k -
* a deoaed m s a.ari
abwl te stape, potg mteS En m
awhs mqhsea& pas of we aji of
o sodb ai bllk ea toraM E
be oM ghase as. te pis.eu s i
r to M Govrsd dr o t,66 hg fo p0ea
au the moamai u stoes e-
.dat thelast eison ofbthek We- Lees are Jsst as me f ip
Sdis 0s 05_ Wu. rmir f Iflt oir asf p
Will d m"Wmido
Mtn go own PWi hue n to the t W a
I ,wastto be ana w meg, q .
,me aas an d plaint a g ed
hy do intellient white men nae profitable markets a
e illicit sale of liquor in a dry" -w--m e ws s-
tym? Thre white men and a several WARI
difsh em Wlh to fobe *i k% m *8
oea were up before amei of the The exectIon of a w
m n o k46h00 6 6bte W t mmheee ia
insi court thie week charged with Jacksonville Friday for the
i liquor in a dry county. Iheese hio s siter lads the Meropo
l can't p lastbly make anyoftheing bit of exjellet WdvaWe to"
oure.y impgrowth, it not th to mll
"PM NOW I WL ig "pig" falt* nan jeit 1 .
a m Lgon. t lote -_ -ar-mrs
Io iLegallseem- Wy Oi D. Smithod
hy do intelligent white n mngage Profitable market e mbn
e illicit sale of liquor in a "dry" -- -- --
Ity ? There white men and o f several WantS" Ts ad6 amg
oeso were up before session of the The e ation of a we s
inal court this week charged with Jacksonville Priday for the
ng liquor in a dry county. 1 huo his sister leads-eeftephlies
pie can't possibly make anything bit of excellent advise to
f the business in the long run; it ts ays" i a.M
olutely impossibl for them to sell .Today Otis D. Smith,
gh boze illegally to iay the whole- man, paid the extreme
, the expense and the inevitable crime by being hanged lt
If the writer oud the making ofjail at Jacksonville, aW
aws, he would impose a cAn foray sty of the law has hud m
,ad News.lusMotdeade eured he
ro Leon county white men are now God he tured him
Ing ot sentences in the chain gang ch ers s e
his trae, and their wives and0 eh. t' Ce ed now be-
rn respin a arrest aof walesat nbd rhte saf-no. 'fim w
raem Certainly there n e m abe
d no white main mI nthis s oVton g al b s se a deow g
s thus to debate thems*evand is4todie sdd
iAsteie fet a* hee, Cae aetMo **w
wTftr s ameimg i
shlaft wa- saM^ be as 1 b -e Mli ags-
W b t WV^ M--O^^ OW&^WO^B -- bowi ^and" ^ ^^L.f-
In aliashsee in a veyshort
Gntiuvtvtake my "tip andcomin and let
wh .~sCan buy'-dot
NO. U IL
#U-AGaWsI 7 loe, eppo.
4 l M Isre. 3mta
S Isue eesum mon=.@e
A OW Dm iK. MmL 9
bein. MbA an*
mtth farther skt t lu- N
pathe S eubtm
ge a s% Ld.o uf qel
&SIM oath. Qui~m ad.et I
ub anmth oil. mlL rub hthe
INo. is UL
toNorJ adm s6=
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
sm 80. Office 103S. LmoseSt. IrbMadhidl.f
Asascbd wdthJ. TL rwdmd0 5MWSO
ttee 0o uleaa, Telegraph, Parter GOVERII LIEU TBOOPS. Nasse 3i m. |1 the Circuit Court, SeasedJ
re- Gad IStep d Ctar mptatM e. "...l- Te.-., Old Munson Pond has dried down very Circuit, Leon County. PlWh
S Notice iW hqrby given that at 10 "m'eadsb* "-N'- a to he Te d low and the fish are easy hooked. Chancery.
S o'clock @. m. on Friday, the 25th day N aof the Prest Day. On last Saturday night or Sunday, ,, a .d P m
a o June, A. D. 1909, the comptroller Governor Gilchrist expressed himself the gate to Mr. James Moody's lake w llam.*as Ardmia tears
atormeF-ieeral, and State treasurer in o iriew today as being well hed w Ihft o(Wn, and ht cows and l liamig.,a.. A M
*iAn lb t la the executive office at the his. n-iiihlors' cows hElpot themfilves '* t."
8tt eapitol in the teit of Tallahasee, pleased with the new camp site where to corn and Ii.,eIrs and Ovlime ttu. sf.
e oo Leo sad State of Florida, the State Troops went into camp last Two vonuiir ises are vi.i' in i friends I APRARIM SN Arm
f tl pu!r o of aaasesini all the week. About the toys he went on to intheeit ty.hi wek- os. Atkiln.oi o taUab. san em esImmel I s
Sof theTrailroad, telegiph, par- ,S and (Clauy Moody. mWaoodim -eei rat.u S
s iad sleeping car companies located' J. D. l.wi,, from Wuodville, and hi fS t!
l Wlly or in part in the State of Plori- I am proud of our troops. They re- brother, HI. G. fewi., was in the city asi enesad thai hem
da. that is required to be assessed un. fiect credit upon their State. The mili- this week, and J. D. turtied loose nOme .t than "ar t
er the revisions of Section 46 of Lia is an organization of which every noieny with the morchanti. abve e vsata t he uaw
l Chapter 5696 of the laws of Florid,. young man should become a member, G W. ,A ,igood as now runrinhg three the i etwofs w. e t-m s mosl
All persons who made returns to the for the training received will be of the waironi daily to get his nclons off be. i S itia atm.. i._
eom.ptroller as well as all other persons greatest vaide to him throughout hi, fure thiry get t )o ripe. taht ss aews" A it t ^ase
whbodesire to be heard on behalf ofany life. He is taught punctuality, system A picnic on Lk-,' Mary on the 19th aid-d emdt -a- s *sdinr
Srlroad, telegraph, parlor or sleeping and obedidene, and imbibes a f of inst. ar to t etfi
ear company, are invited to be present greater loyalty for the cummeowealrh This ne.ighbrho'ol wAs .hodNckd to. *tmW 6, ---&-
sm that day. 'ich he w sworn to prowet. Every h -ar of the ,,ath of Mrs. Joe Bryant a.Cfemadi .s s W
A Cu~l.r CMtA liar, community which has a well orailed th-n, m,'otir ,t or friend<, Wm. and it .I istar thr ibela~
Sa "S Trammltl Att_.-Gineral, opay of troop is to ra ounc'il of this cl'y kv .o. .d -. s-" g
Ke.V t e 'r-asurer.tLed,for.in those troops it ha me dfee- ,W eiot"iced Mr. bockD a e. of Woid.- iaw
t- '"ve l-e fore, whih, i n @ofh riot yvile,0, this ek, with h. wifu, on ainL
Mr. B.. Alleais of the o tin on that or dismrbhace, is t h or the route to Atanta, Ga., for medical ,
Tithy ha wi rw in Leon proeti of the iatisens. tre tment. A tre .
I He bIas n- Tl bueeht "*cAt te a nt -ampIMut I shell' c_, ^^^^^^^ An---.
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VUDOR PORCh SHADES,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHtS'FS
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
D. R. Cox
93 SQtb Monroe Street. ,. ,
Why Not Make A Good Appear
A GOOD APPEARANCE means a whole lot in this world--especially when it rests upoi
good foundation., Many things appear good but the goodness wont bear insp tion.
look good is all ri ht, but to E good is a hundred per cent better. .
Our vehicles not only look good, but they ARE good. Their style is good. Their ",,w
is good. Their quMlity is good and their prices a rmwonable. They give their ow:"
class appearance, and the closer you examine them the better they look.
Come in and look over my line. Buggi, SrriWe, Runaboats and ahlm wtany Mt
I also carry a splendid line of Harmes. I have the larget and mot moisi
goods in the county. .
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