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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: August 13, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00234
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Good Governmment; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


g g- em L= CAMel.

Sft. J~Mwer Wll Seee

spu ft m those who haTove sent
iam ipetimof othe workeft
teO lot stretch of b Ea st
Stm mbetwomm St. Augmetne and
state that the Cutting s
Ury rapidly a"d aleson- .
obTales arem eaesontered tas
seold be empleted and ,te anal
to JaWkaarWe before theo elos

Su torid Cost Lm Canal ad
otcN uy has Certainly
labod woadorfu work in tbe
S-- th entire lelh of
om- *nd. and p "oeth
Me etWthoe olast
nmetkwoen St. Atut ne and the
\, srive i iTge ester ia-
M than o or otomU
Stwo powrful dre d
A euavaters at work O
bmatwita Dlar e fon sof am
m bhinie, o that It san beaseen

t TsuA muo mw bwi bo put to

awon s ooom ed strtg
i a aOfth 9o thno h river.
meth through Pablo eek
t all points whor

I wmmd plote. d wu dthe h
Spon tb o twenty erY
Smah wm ad t wiUyl be ono of
notth eas lhe euad wo dayherf

& .-of Csand erwea It b t
I e 8*aitannt bterae --
dR t e a fnd a a se of the o-t.
7 etl m inWi prove tInvalable is

M M &"Walal athbL h
it-eead to J. A. Ste, a.eiv lwar
,= dMtrxi, that a Plotex

$er sOar Iwo "as
b o Dr. ibe s ew

m r an to prevent
Et's unrivaled. 5ie and $L

Voll, spent two days here this


Pe the Wes im Be Made by the
of Comere. i t Cam
W"th o a""eswd Valueof the city
at weadM a howt moum dol-
Smhat waMnt ts due theelty of

Wof* Chapter oftheaets

ato eopem d A"eMla. for road

wsdissesed at the
t amber dK CmuA

sada feedsmi
-1to aMpe *efoe th

itosduetOnefty by do
hethe et y
d.mdmamisnle g i*

*--*P" Iotane or the
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pMsN mTAT r msm am.

Caae101100ofCANm Bseslnvi- I
Mtee.."oe Me r" Suppla st
S? & N O W"

Probably Taahesee.. wil be the flrst
city in Florida to entertala Preident
William Howart Taft. and right it
should be, it being the Capital City.
The Chamber of Commrerce is doi its
part, aad now let's every one in the
county poll for him presence.
By motion of Mr. H. P. GauldingI
the Chamber of Commene bau ezxtede
to Prdnt Taft an invitatie to vis
the Grdem City of then Ladof Flotwer
wbile oan hi Southern tour. Certainbly
the Nato'sa Executive will not over-
look the opportunity of viiting thia
section whie hbo come South.
Thoe Savannah correpondent for the
Savannah Neow in reporting the invit-
tion sAetd that Gopher Soup" be
ervedPrident Taft in eli of a "Poe-
sm Banquet" This dih M ay sornd
awful to om i but to "those who
know" thoro s nothing better, and the
President has but to et a tasteo of it to
call theo "Billy PoNui" noull ad void,
nkewio "Toddy DBe-s."
Gopher, or Gophe .oiypOtas, In
symbolec of Florib, havinOM mad
so the late eoasion of th le g isature
an tbotonof tohe WogWinkGhoer Prot
tection Bill. Therefore It would be ft-
tingly in seao to ivo Prsident Taft
a f thief Florida reosh.
Inh se haedle of visits, the Pro&-
dent cow0 from Mobile, Ala. to Atln-
ta md Augst, Ge. Ift Talahasse is
mont likely eeo he f Mobile, ad
ed then go from here to Atlanta ad
Aofusta. As Preident Taft ham never
isited Florida and has not a stop in
Floridsa mhis pr ft Whedule- e in-
lotleuoa from our wide-awake Camber
of Comnmero may meet the favorable
otieran oe of oua NatioN',s Bxeu-

Wiu asIt er e Te l its p to Leo

Deubthis evoryee. ti Ls ees ty

i o lonemease Cat highway nrow b-
bode the oe nd of hairma Call
Lab ~n haas of the atintim on
to the Leo county Me. With a Leo
county highway connectin with thi.
and running througas Tallhas ee to the
Wakulla line. then to the Glf. would
ive a continuous od h way from
Albany to the Gtuls Butths depends
upon the Florida end of the work, as
Georgia is doing her part as fast as the
labor can handle t,.
Now cowth the extnsionea the other
%id. Thef Georgia uood Roads builders
mar o to oect Albany with the
Sout'saMetropolis. Atlanta, with one
of thefinest highways In tohe W .
Shall we lose the e opportunity of thi
-eeetion with Atlanta and the Goelf
through Tallaame e It ie up to ua
Atlanta goins to get a connection y
highway with tMe Gulf. Will eon do
br part?
Note the following *xtraet from Sn-
days Atlanta Consutto.: "Within a
few months the dream of a splendid
public thoroughfare from AhIfy to At.
lanta will be actually materlaNls, asa
reIult of the Csstlatintlma'e ag gMweive
crusade for Good Roads inGoeria."
"This devolsmet is assredin the
nounenement by Chairman LP.Ooekej
Lee *oety, that they wi Mst=ely
smesth highway ad oiniu toro
the north.

bei--t-d &ta- gh to a hick."


one 4""

um be du GRO


nooeang L ,WaIr j Night Well
Meatmb&' b dest 3asp Peem

be ta bemr of this r.

Enthmiatle over the improved con-
dition of business theo building boom,
now railroads, ood highways and im-
proved methods of farming, many
"boosters" were parent at the meet-
Ign of the Chamber of Commerce in
the City Hanl.
Mueh good work we reported by the
Committees; ereat l maped out
for future work an the Chamber will
in the future met b-weekly instead of
With the eatbuilasm with which it
was o affuid onoivral months ro,
the Chamber of Oumeorce holds its
fourth meeting. ad a number of
now membersto t rL Tho orpani.
matmo shoe greter strength than any
similar orga&atI,^ Oad that interest
in it is growlg. is lsown by the move.
meot to meet twse ash month instead
To at suitable advortien for
thsection, the Advertising Commit.
teo will waitup tebo oonty eommia-
sinen of Lon e ty and the city
osoaed asking nation trom.
sebh to help mnra t work. Many
suoetom were d ed a totho ad.
verti matter, -d the most attnrac
tivo andmevWl ebhN will be adopted
by the sommittee, i whose hand. ti
An meporteat fftwreo of the mee
wa theUma rasm of a now commit.
too tobe known m the Good Hoest
amaUene. I
Arlo~al, aso theo I mmratim
Conmmittoo, mado esllent rportsas
to oftboeorkunder their
GrimeoU JA inSchairman of the
otaUon Commnittee, moade an In-

ro ntal bua witho Ba ieg
whch was eo r voer ing the two
propoew railroads to Taoahasse.

to-abf wrth et.0. j-taert -
homo. Iteastldi@pneiti.
If you find relf t
Crosn around houses, Uttlethin
worr06, iust buy a btieof Balla~rd
You and everyday arond Ayou wilfool
better for it. Prie5 centaper bottle.
Sold by Hardee-Smith Compa. dnrug-
gists. T4m

*eedsome Additla the Gaesville

The contracts have been awarded for
two additional buildings at tho Umver-

mgbsa**. as Nsu .. Sa s A Tas t ys Trlas h
Dr.Tarbreeghof -- tseeeto.Star 1 64S-ft-v
a Movmeea Lead eeded er doed u ear iem '
LAn Ce 1S. Article in locale, August ,-
Farmers of Leon county are to or. The buminea interests of
gnien and study latest methods of aboeid ombn to h bring as -m
farming, as the result of some work of tto as possible here Mt ma
the Chamber of Commerce. w..tor.
the Chamr of Co re Editor of Tre Democrat:
At the last meeting, several of the Dear sTr -Wue at dw-em
coonty'Vmoet progressive farmerawere telwlon that dther
present and were hard upon the sub-r Middle andadjacent
jt Dr. W. F. Yarbreoag, of ieco- Plorid I -av*'ut-- d
makie. launched the movemenSt. le is a my thatth fn i
and a very enthusiastic woker. In bo-or YOl. of.tnk'i---
sking the Chamber of Comerce So ar therat ey e
take up this important mOveent of o" a% t hee
ganiu the farmers and having thea the swhee .
trueeed upms the beut imthb or-- .-y
riculture, Dr Yarbrogh Msaid: W or. ae .e- the" S
hav button look ac rothe Fl e a--ds-n sIhaldN---e
into Georgia; there, in the ditet i iof J emd

Iti ws tiw by poit wMe ble way to i It
Colgre e man hin, ubeou d ols -bet e-tten Isa"

uhe a of -'e- --prm l S it d t at --=-P=.^ .J .--..m =I -Pw W H
erinenot pene wnv a, there -r the e M. N -- d ,r
ae purpoee of inetruetlag tt e """ a-

TmuM kw o o m aiVtMl eiu / Mm
bow toip eae a dt-lf OO

aemnent men to Inwtruet our i uto &u i wAn
these Rne am thl thalt a is t lll
te that iwedo s omethl. in this e SSi
Why can't our paO O n uMM me
smr e ft or ut a A pn of th isme. ane o .h s

flawt was nll owedb motonso ra1* __s
Wu rest o room, b our dpit ampt thea et-a-t-I .e-
apae of G I not bets e .l t S

fosl the etra the whnt up .-

eairW, and we Patrueoman Brow.r to 8 8 WAIS MAM
rived h was on hl l kan ._._t oltem

taee opreiarv teainghm address T le to the _e___ a
arme iof s aoas for thepm.
UbiMnf With huI ll. I a.iUt.
badoefrSehW ea et of the Sate,
ed man, aftewd learnd tod be dorto-S -- wlb

Bay seal nt s the WAt La

Jacksnto be Getovo we h -An spending

Xlerhaahbd been a guest at the hotelmeo.f ietShea
last week and went Into the office lat ami1n. .L 3sU ^ihLWgb
night In&A intoxicated condition. He cSmdZ I-A- 2-- A
fuaal of the lerk Groan went up
stairs, and when Patrolman Brown ar- 3163 WA1E AUN L
rivod he wasa on hia knees, alternating
between praying, swearing and prneah T-ue to e Ue1i *

sity of Florida, at Gainesville, which, When he saw the bluoeoat Kieman,
when Anished, will cost in th neighbor- who had told the hotel clerk that he was
hood of $8W.000 each, and work is to Governor Gilehriat, again made tsMs*-
S on thedtrrordinary claim. d the riht of
seemese on them amedatey. the policeman to arreste chiefexec-
This to gratifying Information re- utive. 1
celved from te mtin of the State o, you went arrest th governor,
Board of Control which Wa no wwal Miy rIiing to his feet from a
Jacksville and which we attended crouching position with difficulty.
byDr. Murh for the peat two **Oh, Oad th offer, "ya
Hewsseess tadulIn reeivn met rib whether yo are governor or
va-luable esderations from bod Anesidnt."
Besides the order requiring wwk Bet Kieranas still reoatrated. grew-
be atrted asthe two new uin a e boisterous in his determiatlon to
rary was ordered, soet O ever oenevince the patrolman that he was the
,O elumes, givg th Usim teo i man he ead to be. Bem v when he
a Wd b work l a BIN w rM was tak bebdre the desk -mit at
T ie j i w be i es n e t laid clamm tothe bigheet
ftlltwosatres Md heaor somferred by the voters of th
win o"U et .0 10T96 o Na aoNDT KMA LI MONT.
iff er the Flord& ETpehmestal ish mrng Isthe melelpal evert
W-6 W"io wIl .snssai e sM t riefts hb was aglowed to go oa a to
bedm the bsemnt. This blds leave the ity. Klelnnme tie'sI.
to be 1 f fedt. whMbh had pasod awny today, was pmb-
-see l bidder foe the work aby ioe to an e abon or dleoanssa-
o- Cntractor CaM&. *ofAtatsnt, and he tio of ideas srowIngeoat of thi s ees
will mease a o to aget hia ar-. lar m n lite rature ad v uve
-- -_ adile (o the e--e ds the present governor during his
a-e-enwmaeork the semmece- for the n'minatlen.
mat of T or le Aimese. a bamo Imr
Dt Mphe iAted t thate Mine. G sbuId the three menkesd oThe
sag tsut he fe thed 5sayngs, "Se so w6;
weu be unable to senmodate the et- apeak no w.seoo
p so ma Hall A oe thee Kiena bad the monkey all right
mr om mofoft but of another species. yet he wa al.
te m.m 1 '. Murphre wee om inn a condition which would pr-
Sth M woulSd nt s eem dO the eeing hearing of evil. l-
o oir erUtionsM WO t. og he wae atill able to speak evil.
ter prt of he month but Ms-bs that *
stvoents sarn cati plan SFit" Bal of "New Caes.

it ean lg1 no **oiMp aed M. W. a .
doas wke-

For 40 frst time n ever
month spirits of turpetin dl m
eunt per galle on the Savwab
ket yeatmday, the mateht epep M
elseing at that fgRNe.
wWe resolved t
tw no Ieme
e&iMaeINayblMOi ef
deem in thi seiea *T
men that they new a
tre the sale eo their
the ame datb laet yeia us
mg turpentine s woe e a od, 6
low the sest oRpherdtl.
lorenM dMe Tam fr OMssOM
eat. .
efowbg is the te aMtOt wv f-'
eesat Flde ki nthe Naitinal M-av
*Wmom wmi ^^W^Is d-* Nwm*Wm- Ml-W BW.'C*
camp Perry, Obho:
of the

t g ur'i Maejer awy,

tat. AS
GOMral Staff ,nkovb C- *
Cmesa B. Potter,*oHtf^ .

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?dkbmo e .. 190.

bUb~maP"PA PToYw In Advamce

A4vwtAj~mw 4w onAppliatkon,

.btv io iS~th OtftwdNew"owipe
40 omCownt.

o AMW hM mrots are not a aeeptem
is tBh mNwspaper at any prieof
m-emikimo r etrcunfmatatm. Not a
@m bs ha~apesared In it.
Sadvatlme a under two months
per seb camt I ertlo *an IS cents ar
A. wit If rt ien. Vitro.andm
IS5isast rIneheach lsalm. Noad.
Mwattera ntraetepire. L*VA uor
patip Ma. e
af-teraptplll IntedwUi f f ubIIe
mSkA In ot later th1a Turda
Spo mpt attesntlos.

Ged o4mew are fltomltng.
Ta TallhsM whever you go.
ivery word favorting Tallahse is a

Al Jbm Is goig to t teh prohibi-
Sm In the public schools.
SAs bem s you are a Talliabasseen It
V pry you to boost TallahasseM .
IvD y boost for L4on county is litf -
P e t o brad upon the waters.
SIWh the fauner of Leonorgania
wek together, then we willMse real

On womam died in Cincinnati from
a astes ; another in Memphis from
stilm.l t Oh, whtadlffeorence
paper in the State has improved
aemM within the puast year than the

i 6b we being made in Tall-
SM that Caud L'Englo will be
~si 4tt to the United State SSenate.
HM beet place to buy your goods is
tm th merchant who extends an in-
%-fMda to you through The True Dem-

Sa newspapers of the country have
aieni- td themselves for three years
.W the Thaw trial. Will it ever

W BDartow Courierl-nformant sug-
ag Ieons. Park M. Trammell is the
,( =man to elect to the United States

business men of Tallahassei
aMsoneer themselves very much
S6Mmthe early paving of Monroestreet.
V W i V wooderrfully improve business
S ^^ ^m s^^
pow red man has even been
*m m enm their ents. A mintage of
000a so ste has Just been is-
i d. bust of Lineon ornaments

bhesfve wiv now putting up
L ms *f qart of fig and per pre-
,f There should bea factoryvbr
S u0 the sanud of allem for ale
B w eseteea th euatry.
1. tedglni II Ts-. A 0toklo^
= be m Im nthe wdmdoew t
h tapamhelp T alla o see boid
a stM nrlrbad to s e t the

Isd mmew o o to?

SlNapsetsve ability y1of thee*.
l wem dermut a d within asX mathe
idosotfow nmatisal aw, mak.
Sma L&&^ -- -- *-- f

etelem fo t atagte s oft e
who arerh^ the irea e oHm

ma t ee MItee to toe k
-- a

nm~mme smani. n

AN A I S0iT u1LA.
Osnof thea en t sm estions made
since the orgainetlobn of the Chmber
of Commerce, came at the last meeting
from Dr. Yarbrougb, of Micosukie,
that we attempt to secure an expert
from the Department of Agriculture at
Washington to locate in Tallahassee for
the purpose of instructing the farmers
of this section in &dversifed agriculture,
There is no section a the country
that would respond as readily as this to
the improved methods of tilling the soil,
on account of its natural fertility and
our advantageous seasons. There are

scores of products which could be profi-
tably cultivated here; and what is
known as the staples could be made to
quadruple the annual harvest, if there
was intelligent selection of seed. care-
ful preparation and fertilization and
wise and systematic cultivation.
We like to laud a true and efficient
man even if he be of opposite political
faith, and do not hesitate to say that
Secretary Wilson has done more for the
agricultural interests of this country
than any dozen of his predecessors. His
work has been a most pronounced sue-
cess, and it is because be has given
careful study to the conditions and
needs of the farmer.
He is distributing these experts as
the appropriations justify. We are in.
formed that none have yet been sent to
This being the capital of the State
and the center of its richest agricultu-
ral section, populated very largely by
an intelligent and ambitious farming
element, the location of such as expert
here would be of great good to Florida,
and through the lessons learned, to the
entire nation.

Old Tallahassee shows signs of awak-
ening from her Rip VanWinkle sleep.
The people have voted for the oreetion
of a twenty-thousand-dollar public
school building, and Powell's motto,
"Push and Smile," seems to have been
generally adopted by her people. Edi-
tor Smith, of The True Democrat, Is no
small factor nla the present campaign
for the town's development SoccIe
to you, friends, for a better or more
hospitable people than those who live
in Tallahase never inhabited a place.
-Gainesville Sun.
Brother McCreary ought to know for

he has been visiting Tallahassee
quite a number of years. If he
found pleasure in his past visits,


hope the delights may literally deluge
him when he comes ,ver again.

By a most overwhelming vote of 13
to 1, the people of Jefferson county,
Texas, have authorized the iqsuance of
bonds to the amount of $498, 000 for the
purpose of deepening the Sabine-Ne-
ches Canal and further improving the
Nechen river so as to rn able ocean-go-
ing vessels to ply direct to Beaumont.
In Beaumont only nine votes were cast
against the Dropositlon, which atteets
the unanimity of the progressive spirit
for which Beaumont is famed. It was
the same spirit that built the Beaumont
of today and assure the greater Beau-
mont to be. It was the same pluck and
enterprise that gave this country the
splendid system of highways, the great
irrigating canals that walor thousands
of acres of neh rice land that annually
yields millions ot dollars and give prof-
Itable employment to thousands of peo-
pie; that recently authorized the city
authorities to construet a puble wharf
on the river flot. It wa another
brilliant exemplification of the lase-
moat saprit, which dared to do what
the Federal Government be done for
other cities and might have ultimately
donm for Boeaumeat Aad jst mah a
prit weld bring about a new am for
Tallahasseie and Leom county. The
man who clings toadollar if whenever
apects to get another it a rel meaose
to the welfare of his oeimalty.
Wine aad systematic taxat more
often a bessing than a eurea.
la a resent examination for palU.
e of the elty of Penacom a sme of
the fre answered that McKInley wa
rodent ofa th Uaitod states aId
that Wmsatem was th Cp1tal of
Flid. The paew of thMat dlty sl
or reimval of mm me ai grscalgM-

At Now PMl 0mst B ., q a Mf alsrk
d thomwMi III w0M1W


As improved metheds of tnmaapcrta-
Uon In rural ommmltoie are reeviarng
mueh attention the following from the
Times-Union will dedubls be of much
The news that a patms has been
granted to H. 3. Dlthesa, of Orlnads
for his eoera% ble ak tras for road
was made pubm by thS TimeU lew- a
few days ag. tlai ad th the axpe-
rimental road MRl with the oblks
about a year ag has proved am tire
ueees. If that is t~ and the blocks
can be prod aed a hew ply as It i
claimed they am, it weod emM that
one solution has beae fed for the
problem of hard Id durable reads.
Thems blocks ae made with a dhainel
running down the sete wide .jgar
for evaen utometl e sob ad awt me
deep but that vbmm easay tnIout
of them whl a seary, without
wroehing the eMi tos y eoxt a
They are mnl tob las gosS by

played with a -I T a b e wheo

H IMssMe ms a s om may be.

gu m to WsM


be fattmedm the peise eew r ell.
And every dse Mavbed the eesry a
ths way wolM t to onth it.


f as dM"eal,

gange ml
Upm^^^^^ d^-^B^^^ ^^^^^^

The vaMl fm f prmd be kd
e- ye- SM0, 1819 aM 4M Mi f
several reeMu years was as lbw f
18.....................s.u. M .
1l(0----.-.-.-------- X,488UA8w80
S1900..................... A7W.00
1 ..................... 6,4 0.
1909. -------------- 6,7H*
1947 -. ----7,41.W- ,0
1908 ................ -. 7.800.0009
o190 (stimated)- ........ 8,00,00,00
The strikiag fact in this table Is the
small Incream in the value of farm
products between 1880 and 1M0. "In
that 10-year period, notwth itand
the grat imease in prodectik, thbre
was a gao of only $260.000,000, or *s
total Inreas e In 1 years of les th
10 per et. In the next six yearstom
1890 to 18M there was very httle in-
crease in val., although the production
still continued very heavy, but between
1806 and 1900 there was a very rapid
gain in alesa, bringing the total for
1900 up to $4,717,000,000, or nearly
double the valae of the output of 1900.
Since 1900 this fain has continued una-
bated, every-year showing a large ad-
vance over the preceding *year. It Is
quite possible, baed on presmt pros-
pects, for the total value of agriculta-
ral products for 1909 to run $400,000,-
000 or $800,000,000 over the total of
1908 and give an aggregate of, afy,

Under the conditions one is not Mur-
prised that the farming Interests of
America are enjoying a greater degree
of prosperity than ever known before,
says the Baltimore Manufacturers Ree-
There is a tendency on the part of the
State press to ridicule the promised cam-
paigneof Claude L'Engle for the United
States semateorsip. But it's a mistake.
Claude tet going to be beaten by n
cele. He's a plausible cua and some-
thing of an expert in the command of
language himself. He is going into the
homes of the people all upaaddown the
State, aadh be going to leave liter-
tore with them that most of them wll l
be bound to read. It forms a fetching
story of legalised corporate abuase ad
contains plasible charges of political
treachery on the part of present officials,
and points to Claude a the only savior
It is a masterpiece of sophistry calcula-
ted to fool any who have not followed
the work of its author and taken his
true measure. It is true--the saying-
that "you can't fool all the people all
the time," but "all the time" hasn't
yet elapsed, and this i the first time
Claude has started out to fool the whole
people. His success in fooling a major-
ity of the State legislature can be taken
as an index of his power in this regard.
His "arguments" must be met, and
his true character-that of an undiluted
political blatherskiteo--made clear. And
that ought to be an asay job -Palatka
Claude writes to a friend in Tallahas-
see that he has already made himself a
well known in Weast Florida as Pearline
and Sloan's Liniment, and is pushing
Coco Cola to the wall. He doesn't mn-
tend to let any grass grow under his
feet. |

F --, -

by the b ls l., ea p b
th ubmjedeo ofwd ov* mns throuo

|ti the tate. Iti sl y well foroti
lawyer, -ke Don n eM*aDe a pd Mr.
byis toe iH il waag dlinmleas,

law, but plain, easn..m sems people
want aT pai, esemmo sense U stement
of the mater, wI tohat y Wleal fre
or furbelows whic my serve to create
doebt asle onfosles ela atae d M oor.
dMipr people.
"We have stidel the s ubjees the.o-
oeMy and we don't i o k we are at-
tering ourself i t het e l e twhenm we
laiwm to know re about the oastita
tion andtlaws of the State than the
large majority of our late brilliant lreg
islatue. Henare our couhlusle s in a
nutsll: The popl being the soareof
all power and the resatr of dt onsti-
tution itself, can alter or esamd that in.-
strumet In any way thy please, pro-

which express the popular wW. The
coneluionis therefore beyd question
that if the prohibition resolution re-
ives a majority of the popular vote it
becomes the law, en If it tearlla every
rag of our old cone tutil onta shreds-
simaply bease the PZOPLE, the source
of all power, have deere to e
tSecondly, the resolution having been
pased, tecomes the supreme law and
every provision of t must be carried
out. One plain provision is thatit shall
go into effect July first, 1911. It Is the
plant sort of a proposition that the
legislature of 1911, which will adjourn
early in June, cannot enact legislation
ofder e constitutional provialo or
amendment which i not yet in force.
It would be jut as reasonableto e alm
that a train of railroad ears could move
before the motive power of the engine
i applied. We therefore look for as
gsleslaton under the amendment at the
regular session of 1911, but an extra
ession will be called for that purpo e
a or afterJpalylat, thedatefixed by
the amendment itself for It to become

"It the amendment is carried at the
election of 1910 there is no doubt what-
ver that Governor Gilchrist will aWlan
extra session, for he has acted thus tar,
and always will, we beitieve, act in a-o
ordnance with the wiU of the people.
which was the strongest plank in the
platform ion which he won the race for
"All of us, both pros and antis, had
ust as well make up our minds to one
hing- the battle is going to be fought
to a finish without any halting, hosit-om
ing or retreating. Should the amend-
ment betdefeatedin the election, that
ends the matter for the time being
should it becarried, its progress will not
be seriously choked until State-wide
prohibition be omeste law ia Florida."
Brother Walton, of the East Coost
Advocate, at ,Titustlle, is erecting an
al twuidia which will o t provide e
with twisty doors and forty-seven wio-
lows. He has certainly planned to
maked his et easy when a man comes
arend king for the "t iAghting" bet-
tor. retratin._____d_ he_ aend
It has been definitely established that
the market for about half the

he preisto be obtained in Floidas ,
lewa and ether meat States. Fisra
atoapterat Ttern millie. tisn a

Snesh tenth city and emnaty last
fall and wlinte. If a tow "aeshtg" eas
be grown, thouseeds esat just a webl

P7. Fo'.m-
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dm4lu bofsot s lo t fj^H -

Noces* of AplrtlwhrT
$74 and nlotfeeal ft""

5 4ama=a t ,
i the hm s UsMewa
Ndeed a10 tba i*wwo id ss*

Given In Aeeordane with Sec

"74 andS Sof Geral Statute ot s

State of Florida. -r
a e ihn eA Amea Mth I-."I

Sat. sOFame a to.
:UNM 'ma df ta'Uru. Am "iaEme oi
ad law e twie dm erat .

lepembef, A. D. A. 0.
Wteax m fted f d IN

Noties of Applh ation for 'M"

Given in Accordance with Set ies
574 and 57of Goeeratatute of th
State o Forida.
plm* &dMs.

tNIs mu eKe.a samtad
t-Sw d 4A, m t A.W DI

otax dead toafe I as t deatf tl
asor i senatem sthee m do uI
oaas he ra Stetu m em
wNa fot" =V as Ofmoco"tL 3s ar
Niueow awferW.avliei. Aor

State of Florida.
bad beoinsesd at thedou ..

eadMe SMtIst, Dunaf Uas w s me a
othme od Aertliciatid. fol ha me Dm ab

de t deeed will odne th era-
atem of a ore A. D. I
wtm mdr eels aw md seal el *
AU?%a. amitT..KNL

Notice of Applicatom for Ta
Given in Accordance with
state Of Flridai
NoALI 'as that T. J.
No e of Tax ericata NumbTered
the fifth nd t Ar uwA. D.1 !7,
eartflsse e Is myeiead
tax deedt omoIs awvInaee -aw.
wUa.Ti tae amroia the Tfollowi gese
sri. altuate in Lem snamti. taotaloba4a> *II j
wi: The N5% ofSw% of seetoa tS o
ship 1 north. Range west, sotataesa 0 m1
manOrlosM. T aid etad beftl
date of Issance of aid certifilcateldM a
William McCabe Estate. W Tbylor
UnleM said certificate shall he ,.Ii in.S:
eordin to law, tax deed will issue therm as
14th day of Septebw. A. D. 190. ad
Witness my oesal laturo and seal this
I dayof Auguest, IN
4iw Clem Circuit Court. LSOa sn t.
Notice of application for tax
gives in accordance with Setiees
and 575 of General Statutes of t
State of Florida.
MOTrC t hereWby ven that MW sdw
110nOr of tax eOatiuewte
t*hetdeaat ADot. A.I.IM51
said artweatom Isn a made
for tax dead to ese amdsee lwo

sdt.dwhe em-ipdsises e fetIns

Nesie of applleateal feer teo
agd STS of eraltata
Mls t a hhiaae > s 1 'bite.

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A 6- 0,7W. 1

- .~ A.

fo 4D. Moes'aa erwhioh

y When taken few dayki

to directions, the most
.s suffeervr will s ind sleep

** and healthful. Get a
SyUr dr sth nervous
s not bec t he a wl rek
b tfatt activity of al
a r motctd. Restf
l eeps acboapanies
; the Drviae. MilesneNervine
tMr. Bk, othe the irritable
S and restores nervous
n er. eWhen taken a few days
ato directions, the mown with
m that thfferer will10 owand sleep
m he had healthful. Get a
9I ,from your druggist. Take
all according to directions, and
t doe not benefit to t he will re-
t yor m t myy.

St rownk. Jps a boarding thatou.
a inptay for te sat r wifo, Mrs.
; tfr r. Mr. Jordilaner, Mrs. An-
; M Bla reeti hi reipted Mr.
thbea Mr. Hany gave the
S r. Br took 10 ouyt of "that poekt
and hoadedW to Mrs. Brown wit
enork that tore was $10 toward
a0 ie had pr d her. pid Mrn.
M. Badedk handed to Mr. Andrews.
laUW, skyinfor, "that pay for my
IprbaI." Mrs. Addaws in turn
ill to Mr. Jorday remark edthat
pay for do earponter'work -e
e tord fo. Mr. Jordan th boardd it
Raste"r eqntiag bie reselpted
imaker. Mr. Hanley rave it
-*ttMr. Brown, ying. "tht npay his
ml r board .

IP nackwould ga s. oBfar.own,
behad ow paid her thrown 20 et to
oidue for a new paid Mrbonnet
1to settle her ptry anod bread se.
Mr. Black handed it to Mr.
laskin for the amount of hir
big. Mr. Hanley again remarked'
it settled for that moth't s board.
Mr. Brown put it o in his
enar mkia that h hadn't up-re
l greenback would ga seo far.
oppose Mrs. Brown had W nt to
.order bonse for a new bonnet,
at 110 woulId have gone out and
is a moral to this: Spend your
*O h ho-m (Brebants.

Msa w ishA ar d vital-

a.a .. f -

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^^^^^^^IBBS^^^F I^^ ^ USC^^B^kBh^

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43m.qds~UWN ~ Ws~m
ROS4~ 3 e5~ ~ S~d% N. Y.
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O Ni et the brgest sad h amdssmet flsatratal mpalau
a ma f valuable -t-for-t .i, fe Demanas o
evry looI and artloes by wen mw" Im laed Demo.
orate through t the onry. The M ATIONAL MLY
wml p .ery D -soerat thorouly p-oed spoea d the
le--u ot- e dthe day. It wil all e eeomta a &i of
Demoratote mews sad urreat comment fre the lading
Demoeratis sw 0aw throughout the Unitaed bate. Ia
addih to thepitoaIhatures above me t aoIede uM
e--taS a large aat of interestiaag oto aud n ood read.
ftg for the entire faayf, thus making it a doubly wloome
Viater In every hne.

One of the theoeands ef lettb re*ived semmendng the

Hits the MNail Right oan th Head .
HON. NORMAN I. MACK, ..... ..
Iuffala, N. Y. *
Deor ir:--I herewith enele y my cheek and aak my name
*t be enrolled as a regular oubesriber to your National Monthly. I
have just finished remaining the fret number. It is a publleatlen of
stupendeus merit aind it Will exert a great Influence fer good In our
country. It renko with the best magainee that are printed in all
respects, and its genuine Democracy give It distinctive superiority.
It will succeed for the Demo rasy Is not dead, but very mush alve.
It will help save the country from eapitalistle greed on the one hand
and from the dangers of soolallem and asarehism on the other I am
heart and soul with yaou in your new enterprise. Yours truly,
Mayor of the City of bellevilll, IlL
Uubscriptiow received at this office and liberal clubbftg
terms are offered by ths paper. .

Fresh Meats and Live Stocl

Broke Steers and lk Cattle.

See Me When in Need

Phone 2m7.

of Such.



AA Cp et Wh IMeas ee sie Lkobe
usm a"Java C"Me
i what goes straight to the best s
@ermy at breakfast tieA and ow
as kaneo Shat a pod pess ims
go I l e ba*. We take special pds m
. ear breaad as they have made s
amuehm Jasge*asdo.
he we aso are eU whik p hW"
ihal _a -0--1- wstiO Wu.
We s -aed ahe at bea, e 98ec
," amkL i~am we m llin, am.
.. .... ..m An.tdstd em.
mmiW.t cuma r- m

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t~oirb of veaj11.


ISmAlating 1. Me Stlt. of .7t.4dd. eawdiag to Me
.*../.. .f Me State a.*&#.4 o.t lsUA*o 16404.

I~hi nth Ky q M~ay, A~s. A 2W.
(Signed) 7.AY.p
-A.3j. : LA5OI3d3
dlp o D. .. A m&

G20. H. Hou~ms





Go&. W. Ch.



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

if you are contemplating any kind of building.

We can

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

C. AWOWO-MAusa Prgr.
Phse r3L

UVLY, PmD and SA-L

iporieas&d and Iahi Drive. for atw Teams.


wisA All .ttb Sam.

HIss Adee Gerart, .
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nl TRYTHENEWSmOuPOLISH _._mSW._, :- .iss- nSS ,

K-" AOil DrMfsingtlutimpreser~the Leather. A dube UMIrlt il the seesse a- lam
Pant L. .tther Polsa Nob-i -a -w..h r- -re d.1 1I I

I.Randolph & Fenn. ,-- vv-tl,. ep%

rlW l.Seas M tK esellil l WAL ambs

1..____ .,_______ 1_, .' ofE-o IUI .,ion..+ Od iMmtntf ..M. i -,
S DR. W. 3: VANBRUNT, Rel sepaO(iq m. sailmlo f e Xoaft t
D-m--, V" 2 t! DoC"wet. DI Omilly na wre a* d
ewss No. 5. Compy, ws iso they W Seiy. where WW I. am a
U W msnof in, rMiss wel t la es o U pamiMi 5 A teay "
-"~ k f mot hoIMeI from LMad rk theiswk. MI hal e-pa- d Wed. And stay a .t..1km "60N5
t O -Jt*UN 'rL Th'.ea ~ layo fried of Mrk sia w. Mn BT -. Caawef l D W- -I"ut te \B e I tb s

r m" No ,, or.e. om*r'-.o, oGur oSf.. M ^ Bekh, s T. Y .]

+*L***V *pden .^..xo^ am~.wb i she has be asin Mi. 8 V t M'eo-, we rIZELL LIVE STOCK COMPANY.
mi en MCobb, whohast n t- Ins i & 4tnTtw dh o .ste _____Ti. Ag I A)RIDA.
K pem a orkin touthed Weity omthe o00ha e o ,04 WOO L rr m ae red h

= -raiW , bmen John Rs Stito DnW.DOml s, ve. r sif

(> M ....- .. e- IB .. bre. r, ws ,rs. J -. W ann Mes a e. 1 Adam street.,Ai v mmm w ,. m, m n
iMr. J, e.Nelarin brought in ac.. t iaMabry, me of the& as My A 1 TillTO I*TITIOM: |i ~
S __romn. iDr g o G. Tf --a. Mote d Co nse.. o.. i A rand T. Y.
r. Vaarit a had his hands full wherehabe C. .,s ben visi.i M eia iMa onL LT CK CoMPA.
=@Ines opening up his dental offices;p"0. ddrmoG.eon eotsered MAse C C ogof T

t u N*isle 2 dierve beooMn miMgg e by Cbny. SISwhis e i -t L ein Tio doa 3

m. Tt. ubL Clark, of.ontce ralos ,hwas i- O f- -b- wh ormhals nat- Ki M bbth Tatum, who h bee o r M_..AUl m RIDA.
ad _9?rpt visitor to the city ans Oysn ml. whrellgeof rL# .Awfthc s oi-Gut, retun

" i.A. elwty th iste. P to.h8,eor aC o1 ll g fron ,m br ti S T TW OS Ul WT L ISA.week.
W wadp e ,ographor to tak:t0 Tm. taW dDrJeW.Diwilbe l oc ared John B. Stetson U university
fo is dimterm.haInquires Mrs. AiweaSdis rin. Ghlat win s w omakert Seof 1Mi s10 =, PD.,1 DIULodbo

S mS S., o 4t. ,gher b hoe r rs. .W. d bin .. Oeuth Adam. streo Uk ol Ei o MA voMa aiM CoM W
Mr. J. H. Mek a in brou t in a ear. Mrv ln Collins left Wednesday for hel. .fall to ee C t he@so o TN O O T.

Sabso from is farm to be Tampa, where l h will visit n oef aU in th corner window of Chi oitof m
this week. No pabrote rA.. Cooli t n. Wi d ie& Co. top pore d of te thad eed49 bA wiCtes ta pLrall ts

SiitorT el s for that dinaT Dr. FB. T. ireBrLds of Opp, Als., or Florida YoCf Meo. onS t* i poul -W
f w jortstt~rsng from Rlvw -Allk kadyla 0wS, a tie- to meet in Talla B a iSr to et.o "- B t 'r"S --
SwThe h ty, wa h.e h reaieor, a dtwar, w h s rt, m fust S ganitm, o The ot A. ner., .. -L A Ml m l Arts
SriMSa mral ista te tirtee nitweb a i d eairest lndri" t dem.o fciy .. In Art eI sLnm; bArlmtem; I. A f ad r Arts
Is Stewartl tree e ,Me Good work and low Carim ll on or Orvrewt-r Muit fromChin-a- A Ch.mteti Civil, Blaetrical and M- II. A Sebodipt r*eArt_
4 .e dgr. T heC aitalStnt manager ed toidreM R. 8 uthMo- Co. n wyobe d cty.h. Pries nial yu; Law; Norbmal V. ASeeb lofl Mr0al.

I ry W lse Tribbte till rTh e work t. sh S Co. eS.. M s bet loo"wn .Sng bcool; Giin gu ehoo.l V. A mlmef.uakr ,._ke, -
-dniS&C.tS ladd o'ds Mr. C.A.oay h parihantv dalot *ts n. Ul th e aratd. M Expes sa ly ow. For N .Oh o ak .p y -w.
ie a t. toli box 5 Tallahassed t l. ilvt tol .iel, rrlaer ntheMis dGeneviev tore Cawford is bright JO M R -
ut churh ,Andwhentme Wil h omplete rwi,, fomof afw At Pstayat Lonark o- of th __
fu rni k tion sh aO Mr. Watoi u m. ptuf e ow hewas the guest of Min
ste a being cut. Ke p Aarmers' Conpvention wouldbethe i .flh

".A y Clea.W orn n Le W u gather iea aendo. elark ju the for the Coast urIon Talla I 8x IIe
sMr. sJoe hBrott on of o pp, Al.T. now itho t aMena J
,y.e f-rmr. w.. pre..t .t d.* Kight of tih Gri.- seA 1e.mismisslabmsem |
Ivor A o.f. .. etA kindis of oar sewin hildre of Mr. E. B. Ma0Ho. of.Jdg oarml, or l*BSRerSn 4 1

,, -- --- follow alt ad att d o of th n m Bt of the Stctit o in the cty I SS.hw
dI aonLwer e s ho wtoorea tmhatlss o I A .. I. mad LA it alaArt.
*A ewart Are1 P !;nmg.amG piood wMrk and lw Call o Ior &, Odptrt nArtts and Menses; A uleM ; IASeR 1 SL
W W 11drTrot ibdth e liw front eod "ps tretyem wtned 4v C aste he W d arrest tailors.y f aood. 0s _1_2V.A Seeo w Ts.M

S..t.t May p.-_ of l D.W I'. .Ca W tch Hase Aro yoA a t fe Ab ts Cian of r
SM vl tMrntoe Mr. C. A. Piny ha purchased. ma lot t andt ilYOU aane ia l tod joiae. d. IMsedTARY O*M. .
i .. Mr. "Newt" Mlse, m of Talls- DoM't wait for inme ooto foaer CltC.Mtmorrmflprlel.C.
Cal O tae. Co show yo ha'V'sr is lr ewai yo. Give yevro Mcaiew. a J
"tOMwowt mmIttIINelw. atamo.SS e af" h ei ts Jade Wtred C. Lae who brey e
to,. t -8 -t wd ae re sa t taity to have t he c W tL t Lp1Pw of to to :L
e wM i. l Co. mi thrBR. Griio- from N in. Johnson r aour Oi eiMie. r ye was
a t a iii svI t Wtilpme store o ba be a prsnmeofot tote fity the
A. evis.atOckhaknok. onjostlon dsaul, Mr. Watson's great p of buineo Would help con-

S A t. as treet st be wlak o Alabatmahese Brenau College gT
%MS w.r% Mr.SJna.Alogat Leor .bssetmeT.. Lhus4ay. .H.e.Isanowta Opeen. Elorw alg

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am T #vnls~sm agmI son* b!to marryto
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6 othe pzmo
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1904, was

in wribtw
a la
for la_

meat it
letl Cmurtul
coaty, am
horw. to me


4. Ivan
ho~Mes oana. r


a. T, Wwmul linr
Gelb"oref 'Yobe..
2%0 appileadom at ahab sand sem
shaefto to use. pub plea 0work
4m0NO~lehe of a revoluti s thisk
Inpwlvereos i' in CoUnnecelsibthe
VSO at expensivesbading 'Vsbofed t f
%"s boa pmadble to Ire.tly -ehiup the
charseter ofth of p, while in ether,
nosedato WA ysmpler m naeholuof ptural
shadcin mmortast uoltoa
typemi &Mahone&.The depmvmt of
*pVwIftue, port. a simple weesn4
home Plantin experlmout, ahell n,
tsy ouprineut station. fmuelg a
POSNIs-41"bWyeas r. wbere tto,bope.
01W VP phW4 etween rom40s4 .
Too Ibase memof a fdnmr1w-64i1 and
4aW& price. MA.NOW

9 irm At tbo enote
ourwlusm Asre Osemouyin
of mwel sch e hWp pe.
tokecs. but to is aly




w lt-

AMba"t the p tt- M
S. nott r tit, UNW
ai tt;e"4 1 by wiubt ly oet0MWt"
Sbettmte- *oo4 stiVe tihtma
bat a harj her a beor e thgeg
Pol earRa tPhe chasd ea ew y ,
816g12 vir w ft ve-lattow $10 pr p e a ft&gM
.It t--UI wM JMve to tbY 9ol 4b1 M et astM
esp-4 eo 1011 0a 1t1 t wef t pria Mb I S uh a ba
e; -- i.dA I bas tte peOnY wviU thebe are so may thnir
boeie t pwt-ttl bw of ,mt must be dom eat o ee* sM
Au ma sw m-a* uI Wpy the place that It is wise to d4o g
aWOttb-i t a*r M o 4oe ft we klmthe fan ot M tayea
wo ar eo Maha to rreis. t t way oT buldaw, ftamelj
A She baset rufIts for
*o ladUI's ltnmy Mmslin.
"o, nMt aii I grow peouler" A story Is told of a waver w,
I as% pg~ apps grow In your was "ebastiu4 and raw tead at o f
-a1ig -e &r WhMtever tM apple 4 for ble negleet It aot prevtlatg
S0lat eMwl toob % eyu can plant the cow from atinga a polm of qpl
pater. tVtaMe sat it out, you spread to dry go te gras, abhe d
as ba Iftse ia with youraelt, con- taking It for a spMVrl web."
Ist M tihe Imowledge thA t sla records the story Mbet a
tea to etay, without any MWeosity pritwes whose ftr was "anry
oa dstfuaimae, for twenty years at his daughter for showlag ahe
laMt. l*olMua a clump will remain though her clotea. whereapo-s
undist ted tor tfty yar. No woo-. youngO trtnmeam remmmtKtt IA i
dr It M that comfortable, old fash- JStlOcation that a bad aa er
towmpd gaa atmosphere that every, oor"--ladhs Word I
bedyr wants ammri the hoAme The ur
to da 9esy aeciter who wants to maMly Taedmee.
keep Whis ats a the hlgheat stalard "Do you bealleve asp efta n
all t kW mand does Wet Mind the to their yoth prOlMadIO'
tUmble wil di up the cllmpap, sp. "WelL they do sametm.
anmt thea rats sad replat them (do. Carr. He was the Vla
lag ai th In September) every seven wh he was a boy, satd m w
a'r eight yma. PwMape youm b an leading woae ta s t
oM pseye cuap ta yewr audn that c o Newa.
has I out la the eatr so that I t
toe@s as breglarurbw. Dig it up
eOw, dEsMt It ad replatL Two yar o .
efom .m wal aave .e peoatmes L
asy pmtrie a of..
Lot an t. y how I plait my pe. Tib
atbe, tbeaua I a anre that you w Aill Am *iyImNhaswa-S-1.
wa to boyr bma sa o lai lwase.. MmpaMtt.Ue at b Mpy
To bb with. let m M a that. al. "I
tiqbo tohe p et wir uw la aany
memalbly Ita yet, ka ev*
eaythi alse, St wil pay yoe well for
Ia atto1 0m to Its wasts. Ideal
peoap sla heavy i nM t l a mo.
nowe people have asse m(Im take a t
,th pmeyem y wet sahe

It b"

.De.r bladder trouble.


ta. it like a tmatla o I 9 1*11 t
hbut it meat be w 1 daed, muver rM "af

de t a adepe eaddiyg down to wet

flmL mw Idm i inI I mmd t1
a", ",V a aMBd, W^Hr I-u

gIN, a tal l he wmo w bio an
.... -n ..ait t hisi gen erous
sports to eoiler ift, INS OW

(ye ^eTTaqbte% lth as
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Uwltotry Prows
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ewd z- bitnurea. sitttag ta hs big toeltg ear"
fT A. watelod with Wy interest the tnoy
chOkeiCbnit O8mv. Lot. wWe of the ehld toWlitg up the bill.
Vim~ff**a T. e was fod of chiklren, all mort sad
SCatuCOWval. usotle, butthere was an dta dastt.t
I I.....e abMt thio Idependeit syMMa
It OretmC of m "ae j- wIftthath appealed meet 0 rtles*
dMW fChrQit the State *fFiidr Ms to him
nd for mCo. -I s She esln m t be more tha e, yet
Mr. dabshe e rt t herself with a eag lb.
St -t1 1ME 06t bettld htr timad Mes tm
SheSwsq. l MMvSerl mouth, wae bter
soied e f ad fetehtan hat lbdle a
at eso t thbut Dea ve ws am a
e*s agl- --d to thtak abot a "eta
am- wbM. I. f. the "d.
i -a U 1d l- thegts m Ialb ma
eweme as the cm v ompa
podia m a set down need the
-wes e1W a sbe*y a wak a wad
Skw t= ut quietly, W Nd
mS W to P back tIh *Mn bat
s Brm hWON de af
oB 5 3 a an otfe m*ede ton Mr

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and Poauslum.
a*boo Wd nrft sowalL
V6 TV. &&PuuAx
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5 a*M ~# ta Dnuear. but be
wN1 'qob to" it abmt the Sirl
A* OM slAWd m h ImpM came
lbak sfas to hln.
e11 w te hild with her Low.e.
li f2e nmtIded him tatutaltauly
Of that d det ilrl whom heb had n
ealMg bo athe theater a week
tu had qutlo med several ot his,
ft between acts. but no on seem-
4 to kiw her. and be bad spent ha
r tme amie tMm In tryInl to
MlR mom twuse ef Mer.
Be w umet pemntt to enjoy his
tbvegf km& f1 th eheld me feer-
get bet tube ta the de h M t of rid-
lh, nd or vaty eidUt piss do-
SWtbd iMeM. vho em ered aeem


fths usiwo-

-r tedim inbnds" be
noe waide at A th omebl et
OWNha.trobb k mm
tso "the MmmS bet
wbtid h ek Geler m ad
"m y 4ww to the niboend.
tSU% UVt heIlSl ftvaveltdi.
Wthem a the do&hie d SW to
mIlasw eef A*' mOONAaft,6
wiinv mde realwdto ubend
BMW pattto the ahab tM
twtthe wecar. 4WI
eate "hIs wm I lnda

he ad the know, othe vo

Atam moh m bum a
as49W. W7- IAIs"s
ft *0%1 We se-ft *
She b MM SOlest hrw~
theheseutha bem"be
tsaw. she amid--ha

traw$.mgb aissm o w
fJat up Ybedo m be AW
saw thaft w som.

ha." s M aI" do~hr
am am adinsamSd bwmiw
trmew un o mb"f
eeaust to INl.boom'
Oft,"at ry.ROft bI",t
at th sd Imet mft tdo.h
tak Y"aONto 310w"m
we bow*ise thataswset

qiwk ." W&m sait um 11t so
MayI sbk hItm usW "d t

som tom? heIr@Sbm
"Ima" f**bow to~,
out~ tamp"t u a"t"t
- nllethat I bwas hn.'?
tlahew h~ve~aimtS.
quickly "Jimtand I e Sa
MAYImok haim toldbog n Is
out 01118e toon 3
atw do@tasI boodl
the dka.%b
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a WWl have.. toOdog igeipp
is Doonmber0Las

has a

dp a** ofI blo d pteesbg.
Math, er9 s pT^ of be .
St i m $4,000.
'Vrey rejrmwnrnt s MAd
d os the West
b hatim tbal" to
w itn rfer*.
West Is to have a *0Meltleltto
SMtsmon of tm".e for
SI the amm t be I lfteo
S of full smmesd vahwtio.
It wte charter.
eo* b fast one the new
*Mnl es th- M boad Air LiUe
SI tuurk to polatoe soth, ad Mhe
Mm of Mbrry are now endeavor-
to get the company to eater tht
bI. Acoek, of Ayemk, PF.,. will
i0 h Nw" York H.lMd sald Atuttas
rst atomol race froma New
Sto AtIinta. HB will e a forty
w>powr W ite.
Wr. GlIrt hab offered a ward of
Sfor tM ad m otet f the
N-igwfAd ld ATvwe twhm
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MS lugm3a as 3
sad noerron to
sad bwatsft B.

01 Of has
Hri f lPAt streets, work
tho pf 1 moo. ths tw-t
hav bees ompleted Ia
eftAmtmany meor an Ia.
SLe, of Lak ide, offers the
ast sr Ipro entiUve for the
bor her"s Keep tho watlr.
w el= wdamd flUed with
M Iuppiy of fresh l water.
theory wo w ts tmrehug t tho
putpIs t ea treugh uoi posed
d e of ismas
Sdng at t end of two
a w isas New w s m amsh

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Surrounded by the beet HtAtlg and PFishing
In P1Iou'a.
The heM of the WiM Dwmte WITurkc the Uwater
hofwtOf WIM dbe 04 d
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FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
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Just Received
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A Fresh Line of Medicines
Wio. of cald, for wesem, wore 91.00, my pdt4...........$ 7
Wim of Iat, sad telVlteaT. fe women, worth 1. o pries 75
foley Boy'and Tar, weth l, my prle.................. IS
Pal-l-Cure, worth sW, my plse...........................
Thatehbr's LUr sad stesd iSpW p worth 60se a prise...... 8
Naui 'Tes, worth I%, my prise.......................... 8S
Wornm Syrup md yse Wate, worth 2Me, my pred,..... .... a
St. Josep Live Ieglr and led Cross, worth Me, my pre." 30
Bimk Draught, weath U. pr4es............-...... .. 0to
AN .e Meer No at redoed pdio.
I ho WiUber's ft w th U.M0. my site.......... 510
Is gpkg ftMek adi went h, my pries................
.... oft ; .. Oil per clUo IN.
k4 1 pod COR 10 1 6o pIk
Coa ^r *d S per le; Mest l ib.
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Who We" u I d o &S 3o

laeafew l0 a tet e he soa the W an-
iwas emly the me.- t hi Jw b ns' wh tseewit

"--o we p "I atl s or tea l w iAh ir .t a s of
Bto e og. ie as. tif to te eoaket tAein eme.fI
adlerk (1. asfe simasf h arM tea hisee.
to g Me (Thoms He replied that LmILsd o hft istt
m* alli e snahemit had f ut he m fhim
*B lH--I h-I. sh re wi m tM o ist

O Oc a. lbi"Apfssoedo0 for
a*aIe 1a ude oah o mofthal the mat re-

t10 mea p jrted it e lg to t he easte. Al.
a ~llB--totalf Ummtt(ld mk gas was diaP=ed sI oWthe Governor
a, *smc m.The oomtMoM of Bridte &W ad his

terth his bb agrIo eem t with Al-
a dol Pe WL i atd M O id Nt SN ftt%0 itneI

i ni(u, ptm sadOw that he wouldshe
t BidSwfth ufeth tmila w a"lawd o 1f84WthOifthe

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natlem kEanAik~ft m t be f oo a

Get Into Line

Pm 1& y& of hoe.AmAW
ye coatdat a gum 6

repr~ofmiiHe dIfiwcd
MW rn mdd*,MnI Rega

We haul.RegalS3"r

in ovsy os WA eytlaw.

valaithe mwe&d

$~- 350 $400 aw $500


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%my a0

t pustu- o3o
MhM-r:"of what bea wltruiremebe Nl2 v as
tbh bmswth Wllw te. L C. Ao t v I
ae- -- ---- w to w A m uaI th crs, th
IWwithout authority, and theirationes was, AMuAmw CUUAI MW WUD.

In value two adethree the A Coiltte.. m*- umose s IFW e Sts SesaMe Speyes City **.*1 Mee sid fr Weeds Cut
SThe of good erads, n d hisoW otheoPresW TWO OetsG OR 1 Stois el Miedalta.
eery lestassaettles emag.1 wnere swithw Cloodh L'ogle, formrdthoroftthe Lastnightthe gity council dided
bds Mid o f lortuaste fair, eoMqama great Bn, after a brief vis through Wst that wed culture la Tallahasse should
ds.iS Nonly haul Itite has bee do himn O*M oride retr. to Tallahmse for ewv come to a end, for thiMseason anyhow.
.lad with ome mule, but PcpoofIsia, I that they wib days. Mr. L'Exe is vwy much Str et Contrator Ford Hemry wa or.
ay" s tywhet. bie. notK gilTy. s he feels eoenhy, and eoragedover h0is candicy forth derel toemploy a spwal enw to take
et das voea re a has stated that his main incentive l United Stat. mat. He laughed ap this work at ,mue; nad the work wi
t bes ad"e having this suit brought isto met him- when asked what he wasR Og to do be pushed as test as possible.
a sy, th ine th a s-elt gtfM before people of his about editorial remarks made of hi m Who asko d f o wold remove th
whadofe.thoeug The an fritd hso ard aOtM owe talks ew papers. He said: "k5m weds after ettlag thm, Mr.N
... av =,rgt d his co seer to a amk fT f am l the go ac, take u p t heWes
at -s" the .-a-mtwo dot have rept litoethe eo. ipayplyt; tat bnouj. ya- t n t r.t w ut detI
l* as m th orida paper; ti tawtatsetil will come Mem- ww. tat v a mtd
I MtelMki a k apt doWfJwu- d whln inS dw' t bevt h t
ad ^an Mad ftuDoa s fthte aft his. I b, toe, It is Iede an lef V- am an
M ** ". of pOBee^- evr gie to t-A h to r) mu ( I- .- & M MA

alo K o--*- -- d*-o

Ssbelme. baet h ued

wur bb -
keet ~ISCaesi 0ML

at dho kmSul*eo
etdipsomm4Dr. DF.~

Him J. .p" nditL
New U Menas W-4

TmwsAss Novimaph& e
as sh~ortmoesat romumbisuhs
thk Sabm is 04M la bwelo
sorwt Tru M-dhee. ho

THE M rew T M .? FA
PAUM LM AldD RN -->,

? i trt yNo} prt V I,.--.lM-.s.l oida ad
p w t h is pM wwee ed --ee mam esn m '

"eeWry Mwhoee M-w eae Vee teiw ade.
r tysmthe im di f0 w thm ._

Ft Ioweowa mmLesbels of
to the, eweveor. w_ pemS e i tee D
gsem On sepmber sb t Mebe m eOeheel An
bei wiN e i e bes. tMe mmeetals ?3l me eee-- dra--.

I TheC--- BissWs a md oBIlmM hedM
lfM&et at week, shM des d TO ATLANTA,

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$109 o@VVC3Rs.

Sq or-A. W. Gichrist.
of State-H. Clay Craw-

-General-Park M. Tram-
-W. V. Knott
-A. C. Crom.
of Agriculture-B. E.
S of PabHic Instruction
adr aJo -J. C. &. Poster.
ta Rn er~-Erest Amos
Snamou 5Ir-sM cows.
I. WhitisM, Chi&-Ju-'.ae, Talk.
o Ipc Taylor GUsinevin. FU.
SI CoekreU, Jaeksonvlle. Pla.
W. A Hooker, Ocala, Fva.
TJb-m U N. SNackleford Tampa, Fla.
C. .Parkhlll, Pensacote, VTa.
Dea U. Fletcher, Jacksonville,
MoMes P. Talsaferro, Jaeksonville,
Msr3sas coNOsam
Stephen M. Sparkman. lit District,
Frak Clark, d District, Gaineeville.
D. H. Mays, 3d District, Monticels.
Real C. Dunn, Tallahasese.
Naswt B. BHlteh, Jllitchton.
H. Burr. Utite t ivero.

saed M ofU esm Ad res New Ceati
yre the net twenty-five year the
hiel of Abraham Lincoln will adorn the
atm, satists' Ilitials and all, ualessSee-
: T MeVesV h should recall them and
at1fch5 4astluf of a new die with no
.rD."On a The practice of per-.
ltgaerUs of coims to place their
Sthe design is not unusual.
dellar has carried the little
ea thbe nk of Lberty for thirty.
S m ad the subsidiary silver
r IMShas 4 "8" in the ,ame p.
j aa. s oIaS ridicule
im beenaou et a nthe oop-
orkes. Anybody can
esias by calling for them at
POuIN D MAxJNo caTs.
P-bsalphla Au. 9.-The mashinee
-a t mleU ol saata when the
lte eoma bad b oon uG
0 of the have already
ad; the remainder will b
t as rapidly as t demand
ljee abl feature is that the
t desm er, Victor D. Bren-
o York., appear on tho eoin
i d letters. It Is asserted
know that the initialse have
tmere. Th initials are
*a otdthe soin on the re
ieo, A ow theaf of wheat.


meUy isa, allamaeoe. ..many
t DOOMsIOellof1IL

Ilear* every reader has heard of
IM's Kidney Pills. Their good work
TUshassee still continues, and our
are constantly adding endorAe-
M public teUsmony. No better
Smerit can be had than the ex-
oa friends and neighbors. Read
Damo, retired. 1M Chin-
IL, Taahasee .. says: "I
ine a bted way as ti result of
uble a bhert time ago tat I
g a t bot the house.
a mtMe t dull sin arose
d bof m ak. sad T waa To

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Governor Gilebrist has received from
Hon. T. V. Powderly, Chief of the Bu-
rea of Immigration sad Natorassa-
tion of the United States Department
of Commerce and Labor. the following
letter, and the Governor would be
pleased to hear from any organization
or person who may be interested in the
subject matter of the letter:
Department of Commerce and Labor
Bureau of Immigration and Natur-
Washianton, July M, 19W.
Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist,
Governor State of Florida.
Tallahbasse, Florida.
Sir:-Accompanyin this you will find
a copy of Section 40, of the immigra-
Wion act of February 20, 1907, which
provides for the establishmmt of a Di.-
vision of Information. That section
presribesthat, "It hall he the duty of
said division to promote a beneicial die-
tribution of aieas admitted into the
United States amoqa the veral States
and territories dseingn immigration."
To aeeompltsh that result, "Correspon-
dene al be had with the proper of*
Adeale of the States and TerritorI and
eaid division shall gather from all avail.
able souree usefua information ra-rdI
I t resources, products, sad pys-
e.e harlteristie of emobh BState and
The Divsion will be glad to obtain
from you, or from seh official of your
State a may be in poMaesson of such
data, the latest pubucatons living such
information as is indicated above. Any
pamphlet, bulletin, or other matter
dealfno In whole or in part with the sub.
ject, will be welcomed.
Under the heading. "Useful Infor-
matlon," may be clasda all agricultural
and industrial development, whether
the age be of public or private nature.
The aodreseso of concerns, it no other
Information is available, will be of val-
ue to the Division In that at will enable
us to Inform admitted aliens, and au h
others as may desire to know, of these
resources or interests of your State.
Many inquirine come to the Division
calling for I formation au to where va-
canmt lanmda may be had. To answer
these questions the Division of Infor-
mation would be glad to oo-operate with
your State in direetng the attention of
admitted alieM and others to auch op.
portunitlse for attlers. Have you va-
cant lands under oateol ot the State?
Are you prepared to advise us where
unoccupied farm may be obtained, and.
if so, can you dirt us to the paino or
tefreo m em0"trOlM l T It is the aim
of the tam of semu to mer.
a where every availae a m of d
may be situate a eash ate and Teri-
tory; whether ummroMed, adifmo bow;
klad of asrpa ma mab w ymar
Swater.. adl or m atio
as ma" Ta r self to ys or thatyou
lie 4 *h"..
State wr Tem ry ap i a 1 m-


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eea-l^ wila try toIare"aSW Wo
St IM"-M ef 4urae j ows M r;

wio tyto l prove at=batWasof.t
ea yeWar-0ss the type of m who
will ierd that aevea n he eas- a
do the bet farm inc h emado better
farm g, ed who winl .coutlato .i.
pro- yo by year. A man My ot be
able to bn a manure *preader-may
not eilt, In fact-but heeas and
doe 9ed f take eare of the Uttil ma-
nure be hbas. A man may have olymeo
horsead noo cowto feed, but hte ea
at least grow peavine hay for them and
save t Mbufying of much hbigb-priced
cooi. Amanmay not be able to saO
his whole farm to crimaon clover, but
he anput out one acre of tis ovary
falL BH may not be able to startailat
once with the rotation his land needs,
but he ean begin by putting a few acres
in legames Isead of cotton and eors.
It is the man who is willing andoagr
to improve xtong the lines in which
provement is possible for him who will
by this gradual improvement, surely
to his laceme and make more prtable
farming peesble with each new year.-
Raleigh, N. C., Progressive Farmer.
Wadshdagis OM iave up
to three doctors; was kept In bed for
five weeks. Blood poison from a spi-
der's bite eused large, deep eNa to
cover his leg. The doctor failed, thee
"Buckleo's Arnica Salve completely
cured me writes John Waahington, of
Bosqueville, Texas. For eczema, boils,
burns and piles its supreme. 25e at
all druggists. 24-1m
Mim Laaler, one of the most popular
students at the Summer Normal of the
College for Women, returned to her
home in Lake City Thursday. Miss La-
nier is the sister of the famous "Buck"
Laner, who for many years has been
an attached the Flida eIqislature,
serving the late seion aa usistant
reading clerk of the lower house. Boek's
popularity was shown by his election to
the speakehip of the "Third House."
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. 24-1m

officer with such directions a you ma
deem appropriate and notify the Divi-
sion of Information of theaction taken,
using the enclosed envelope, which re-
quires no postage, in making reply.
Finally. I should say that thisletter
is written by way of suggestion to in-
vite exchange of opinions. No doubt
the subject has had your cohaideration,
and we are particularly desirous to have
your views as to what may be done, or
perhaps what should be left undone to
further the general purposeso- the aw
referred to. Respectfuly,
T. PowmtL.,
Chief of Division.

Have Your Shoes


Phone 109.
Work Sent for and

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enb=mAs.]wadm #aSd U&S I~wi


The Kndyou HaloA Ilways ouh

In Use For Over 80 Yeams
"Now eem. pmmes. "Mes. am m

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SEven our
- Grandfamher" knew whcat

will do.
of the worth rf a modlicineo is the cures It f can effwteLt ver
one who in. ua fd Baard's Snow Lludmet knows that It win
V. L Settil, Richmond, Mo., writes:- "This Is to
certify tiat I have used your Bnow Llnhitet for ten
fears for rhoumatlism, omalglam.bno ebtk,
and In 'rery css 1f has I =,medlai r
and stWatfW(4ou."
Avid all Substitutm. TlhmW Sa2m S1 I0r, $1
1S01 0M se seno og usT, sc. LmMn ~M

Sold and Recommended by
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S* I am g some operty ad have several buyers now looking around. The
YS, F Predest person provides a home for self iad lovd ones. Why pay rent .when you can be buying a

iml with the reut me iy. Com and see me.

I have a number of residences sad building lots for sale. My list is too large for my space in this edition.

10P eo- on the MeeobakIe Road, 1-4
mibofdcity Hmits. Land partly roin
md very fertl. Good wil. Piea
* tees. Bautful location. Price $180.
9 aere,' between Qincy road and
Whatt is known as Biylet road, about 1
amt from city. Small house. Good
lad. Pricem860.
8 tracts, 20 aer each, near Bala-
brie road. About 1 mile from city
imits. Good lead. No impvovemets.
PrieA $ a a ra nr
0 aemr on Blabridge read, less tBm
Im from eity aMits. room hose.
WU good water. 0 posen trass. Pearw
oechard. About 6 aes woods. Splen-
did lead. Posseesinm at once. Can ar-
rage trms. Prie $1700.
M1 aeiN about 8 mlls wast of dc .
Mme W4. about 800 mers elead
Good dwvW and several toeant's
hoGao. barns and other out-
hoses. Fruit trees. Good water; on
public md. WeUlasted. Price 000.

100 acres, on Lake Bradford road,
about 6 miles from city. About 80 aeres
culthated. 180 acres fn timber. will
eat about 400,000 feet if awd. 75
bearing apple trees; 50 peeh trUes ad
other fruits. One houm 8 rooms; one
bousem 2 rooms; barn, &e. Old India
Springhi this: e.A d
fla 0y 2 rola9 from OWdekne@
station. 8. A. L Prile 8800.
l aersne on the Oeklocknee river
1 mUle from Ockleaee station. 310
acre esativad, balance fee timber.
Good, aew 7-room bouea .ne 3-r.
aW. e 1-room house. ,ood bar
out-budiings. Good orchard; fine pa-
ture, wn watered. *ShoolI miles.
Prime $11,000.
0 aers on Jackson Bluff ro1d; 10
acres feed. About 4 miles from aty.
8 room house; good well. Dark saud
lend. ProdOes god crep. PrisMe .W
ar4 as, 4 mlUs trol sty on Miaeo
sakiet Nearly all cultivated. Good
r-sti poprty. Lad ver arti.
TThis l t tmo moaby-81150.

M2 acres about 1 mile from Caies,
T. A & ER.R. runs through south
nd. 1t mile on St. Agustine road.
Abeat 400 acre cultivated. Good
daltng and ot-boildigs. Teantsa
boes. Plenty of water, ft eattle
ea. Land produces excellent crops.
Thislebheapat the price. $6.80 per
0 amer on Bel Air road1 mile from
eity. Beautiful location. Splendid view.
Good spring. well and cistern. -room
home and out buildins. Near all
a td Some wood. F ferti
W akka tna home if improved a
tle mamr. Price, $8000.
O aers near Wade, on Florida Ce.-
tOal Railroad. FIme lead. Good eigh-.
bsrhasd. School 8-4 mile. 140 acresM
eder asltivatlon. Good tenant house.
umbgs water. Liberal terms. Price
P.8 an acre.
40 ae on St. A uastine road, 8
mUis from city. Veyne land. Pine
Imtads. Good neighbor. A fine ttle
am. Price $400.

280 acres ear Black Creek, 2 miles
from R. R. Station. Comfortable
dwelling and outbuilding. 120 acrme
under good feawe. Pasture with saver
failing stream. Some aine hikory and
other hard wo.a on the plaee. Can
ell enough hickory off the plaerto
make.lare payment on lad. Plenty
of fine fruit School eles by. This is
a good property. Price $11 per aro.
3l0 ares, 4 mile from Mecemsakie.
100 areas cultivated. The location of
this tract speak for its good qaMty and
aeighborbod. It offered at a very
low price to aeoure a quick ales. Price

Several other Farms listed
but full description not at
hand n time for this weeks
paper. Come and e me.

pIrn meT SSS

seg y sy d u Thursday
Rif' Armory.
Miet Coret eaB d holds its r
. That this orgamsation has
i work isa n annoaeement
Sohm i am, for thee Iso other

. so tb vry facet of an at-
sheuld Intest all
Snot an atsept to or-
and moner hi
NtO Is h--b
pare eow prssetg Iesrnough
me tory to their
have been oraIsed
but there has bee hardly
M"to asl
um wtfrom th e

Dyer and HareM
-me Hampreys


Fame Nes. soon as Wian's saw mil gets l opera-. happened to be at Susay Hill, which i
hen ceaM Ag 10.-Sunday was a t"a we have lbetd Memers. LawA about tfty yard from the esaught
ltettiero dasy for ths a on5 opf py. MaLa of Adore, the bosne, o he could t hm.
Mvabt the. hotel kept aCot Ivey, of Lak Mrs. Julia C. Trie ha returned from
uepcnt rruntil tsi athehtyeof that City, and afotumaa from Tiftom, Paaea and is at present visitln- hr
I2teJe L w aed. the crowd wbhose neamse eIppd aviator, Mrs. J. M. Frrll, near et.
seemed eoth to break, many tfo Mr. o. P Woodwa spent Sunday csfe, Ga.
visitors emai tilafter with his fmilb. Tis week will about wind up todder
Stus mrnun Messrs. Mel Miss JulS W of Tallahaee, palling, since what s not pulledwill dry
Brl Cawh the greatest chase w" among the t ny visitors at t i p.
of the seson. They went out or fox hotel. Cotton picking is fully onto the farm-
but the dogs truckacat trail flrst, ad Tax Coeector W. G. Durranee headed ere now. The public gans have begun
t a sthortd three cat were theon ii, a y l party from Medart, who spent to run.
go. The peek divided itself and sodid; the day at the hoteL Mr. R. F. Van Bruntsent au an arof
the party following, with the rult Mer. W. J. Crr, G. B. Warren corn pulled from a stalk in his garden,
tht two of the cats were captured. and Chief of Police Westbrook, of Al- which he thinks was a hybrid made by
The catch of fish that attracted more ban, Ga., are here for a couple of the pollen from butterbean flowers fall-
attentiothen any Bwebayeeo we. ig on the silks of the eer of corn, msau-
brougMt this s aO w as cau Mi W. B. May., of Ashville,. Pl.. th ins to o ke iof eore
John Das Cas party e was among Mday' arrivals at the the grho and thera o ertilied bo-
posed of himself nd Me r b mek rerthan the othe ai.
lford W. A D -mllysandTG.. Coin'' Dr. iand Mrs. W. L. Moor, of Tala- But we are not certain that tK hy.
They ht in a ven hbedrs, ham e, mM Xthe promiMeat ar brid beausme the ear was totally rated
wercaugh anthegrsd "to rva _tuy. TmDoe etor ntmed Iby te i diseta aeled eatt, sad the
ghtonthe grinds i k of Mon~day l gs Mrs. Moor here. grais were all flied with but and we
bey Is Mr. i oi Smith, ftr Tr could not And a rain that had Afrm
M Bs Ca and Bn, _. i r. omSmith,, aremetInside. Alo wre of a i ai
Mr. B c. a ., 6 a arriv. They a r- e.. bea.n .were g.ow..w in
w hre ISuayho w ned b an te tartedat he hol. the com stalk, and he naturally eon
Tystarted ver .a TJ.P rker of Tifton. Ga., Is lme eluded that the baseMi emr
iev .-Dk tekg overa titmber for large op. mixed. Sch aw tha aa m

i _w *i -' b r _s e- -- *ssf om a--nF.D -. W ---eal b roe- Mr. mI --. m a
mit.. weSre. aC GUP 0. C. Disbep, wife and son, a *a dar t of C Iara oa th=i
woner armeiS at Dhnpky~a MpofMonticelloarat the eal S1 w ik asee rar .
de eamp. G itethen about he oemly o-erf red. i tad a afest Mfx.

ai S. .ta... ... ..
ue re ~w M r u'us Sa-mn' f'a i 5b=di5fon -l
min r. B t Datoilgy. of Tathng me other bea dom

a- as W ea" th. -m- ..e.. maen t M eer Tmr.

. vea Ge"ia .3l Uin t Notwithe taNItd Sta tes th rr-

A rueale emaerMli i uglerl.-iMr. Gee B i, B e Teim ee Dmer oflieS the

anr. m eo, erm at- h, t1er' h t ara,, to iM T i. seded hth
i m i ther W1115 I center. S. will met he a eadidate In S. primaries
service weae net sem by a -at-- *L-a j se .a numr f d-.. eiato
mawh did ths MaU, waS6101'tty l tme Maor state br* W us ie as a aer tae aotina asm
h- ayi MtwtooGeeffIa L-w Unied WOth e reporter

I* -I aad e sudt theies.e eThe Getgral
dobitetw iopll was h. ehrt tiall, hie twasa at theInrerw rn
sudy.stehs, te- burial s 86vice B .
esco MTN ed.e Mr. 3Ih-Yoift a wife aWn 1V4-H -
tth ema mluaas s o M W at -f h s A- *mo m a n ulvr ofi ea ten d el
*-i- r*^- *^rgw'^W^P -^r ^ -- w--l p i- w000^-- -"^ a ^ MOO Osin m^^- lod @* --- **- -
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W~uf^CH~ HHB V B*-IWat-^MIBKiRl vHw~ *9^^-^~f ^- -F**^**Ll~fibab --B|| lalaa

PepsW"NammWseof L""nSk

Mm B A. Mlus h
was tendered a~
The affarvskaTMoo
and enjoyed by heroa
at the popular re Mrt. 3.L
A. Mc r je alhldn mun

a member of Tia h -see- al-
re as aso dayfom isk to
gt guests.

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hie:m Rles lmaseh t is a

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s Mhild atidith worms~ k
ew muebh ar how aften
wamr* get an the --- *WAL- t
fed, the hiltea
WMite's Cremsa
the werms ,

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for cash on the following articles

5 Stoves
10 Dressers
45 Chairs
50 Rockers
40 Wood Beds
27 Iron Beds
5 Dozen Counterpanes


The Cash Gets You The Lowest



We have bought these goods at Knock Down Prices and will
sell them for cash the same way.




93 South Moroe SL

Tallahasse, Florida

Ameca's Ladg anfactarcrs and Dcalers.

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Monthly Financial Statement
Of County Board of Public Instruction.

traTs or FPLOUDA. COUwM or Laow.
Tallahmse. a.l. July 1. IM.
To m. B enry T. Felk.oL Clefr reuit Court:
ir-la eoUiames with action chapter 42s,
Laws at we hemeby file with yr the fol.
owint Itemised financial tateawtt of all ebhool
nmows rmeived. appropriations made and war.
rants lamed for the month endin the 30th day of
JanS. A. D. 1OW:
1. Baancs In treasury as per last
statement ... .7,2.
L Receipts for month a itamilsed
herin ........ 4.4W&.56
L Warrants o u t satandin this
date ..... ... ............. 7.190.44
----41. 1. 58

4. Warrants outatandlng amaper.
lst report -5... ...
L. Total warranty drawn this
mantb as itemised hersln...1O.177.97
&. Cash im hands ot trmasure this
date..... ......... .......AM8
J. HI. PAMMSEON. Chairman.
L. L. IPP. Seretary.

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m.. hesawrst a~vt o & arui
0 1 Ow s this ", mdw ster thin
TM pouts .1 te Umied IsC
ave widn to w to qumbty as m,
jpOWN of goodSummete~fr Lro
seuth will fly to thiog"sn ypato.
owr goodemts qus~fT o me mseI
so bw rto da meQ&We 5,mwv-

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Pbm NL 317.
IDLJ. R. 3 uRM. Vetemm
Pbm No.. 317.
In Us I VOIankijbud
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heado 1tev aspe

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7 Dozen Window Shades
14 Clocks
10 Sewing Machines
43 Trunks
33 Rolls of Matting
11 Hat Racks




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