The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OL. 1. TAA8 FRIDAY, LUkUAR 1906. NO. 51.

Good Government; Honesty In Pubila Oi;L Bqual Justice to AIl--Special Privileges to None.


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Jasair N LMi ty, a :eo . a.. tof the Law a number hawed with
21_a10 Adier. Or, the member of d family By Beard e eglar Sesss Wh
Tallahasse, Jan. 2nd, 1906. now vU wa to boMMd. asevoSLtts,,thaveebaow ebes, e s. .
The Board of Public Instruction for Mr. ft was bon aad raised la this brought before the eorts of justice. Tue ,Feb.h6,
Lm county convened today in regular .city and* his r kma.. we t-- Jeet A.g of theBodabddCt a bunch Unt
itof othe fe-r m ch grieve wh then~ea of Charmas D.U. Fiekebwe th State fWy. At the meeting of the Board of County
dent of publbe instruction. The ful s th m. T em Democrate Bmeutive C*mmilttee, has the foio lit wee bound over to Commisioners there were present:
board was Iresent, comstin of Mmn. met atseoty iad a eall for the State Democratc the Clilt ot: J. H. Williams, bond C. Smith, chairman; John C. More,
.wt 0. 1'.,ma ihfrl90 40 1*1.ntk the
Gor g s chairman, John H oe0 .,a ooI oSherman2 HopS JD. and W. A. ReisterO
Patt and Dawon Boatwrg to the cemetery, wtre he was In. Committee to et oin JacksoRvllle a- Alda Polk, W i Minot of last me ting w. N r re d
The minutes of the -plous mee tered the so.emn rites of the or. Saturday, F erary Mth, to A a date Obie J m, Arthur Dent, (the n pl
wen read and fp v-, der of which he was an active m. mber for f ol ti prmry si ons for a_. elonesd,) 00 .... It am vd and earried that Leas
Mr. Go B. kins, chairman of --Presbytan choir, o ated at the nomnat of Stat.e and county ogWm. The are a number of others, btcounty be r half the s in .
a bstees of Spec & eboelw
i funeral services. This Is woken b y politicians to when thea w ho Ing a bridge acres th Ocklockaoe
District OneTallahasseeapp ear,,Taea.. . --k- ......

Hammett, F. A. Burch, J. W. Collins, wtltivsbt5 g % eaf
To asd einw etbeneededfrom--to Am a IJohnM. M as o eArli te the of l oen s bonof known a Perkins as as.
ontracto conform building the or The e the deceased was pa .. go the olrsi ts o a t tio to a t wrp nt ao Pda
mnto the ld was shown by thelarge umber of Z.proi t baech h to eonviet, w h t out to -mot -on w s me o r. A-rov
that yell bt en epotl thef rfribendspresent, and the many edfloral w t .l4 the fiSt. o i and trea te with contempt the b ..n 5 r by e us

uol eted, thoryoeed'boarMffe ringmo Mayhaou4f"pL aaad ee l. th t gar e a.
meeto do so, wia d handed to the hucondi o Mare1 hsant ofm n lawsas m S ta ten. ltndoo t wo .t .ommiso--r t-ot o., Heo
He each month. Unit es wifeandhosafries Th dates on hand a bottle of There are othe yet in o thount of P. J who rttU. S.to

tMr.t the trustees wouldrwa elected R ha ne nr vos ChaemeSataW Remedy taw who venot yet een captud, t Am wa made d earridthat
to ucced Mis Roerta G.ddte a* m r for whomit wad atuedr. s a ut of uneatiaea we believe they will o, sooner or later the she e allowed ,y one d
tant their funds were n the treasury to make heart home wth Mrs. L C.en a w ern d anxi venm.t Cototgh ao old and %;oep, to avedovi in mm on know as t to t
drawded Schfrom.ol and Mi Beeman Milton re on the part oto to whe are la Se e e
In order to conform teach in the require- for awhil, ofo he S t.. If theram e editor and manager of T follow lg bondA w O approved:
mHint of the State Auditor, providing ttoJe tha. ean Mti ill n the buConch to onalit, Eminen we K. in- A motion was mdby Dr. onars,o

Contract was awarded David Rus- Many of thae money orders have E imonia, and It given aaaoon as the when hW w"s fiereely attacked four retpublic.
that all bills and teachers reports to be e returned to the eo withv a r t ympton of roup pear it wil formed there Pile nabought ional box of seonded d ri t hat D. P.

thru cos fo .00. .statemenhat theyosldateSeo.hdm Ptt mayel sotaockklen's ies lvea of which he Rgit. tte beaud ts
audited by the board must be filed withe The letter accompanying t he statement of Dr. N. is for r iou s M h "Io t ursd mt e feini eday and no tie md from oodtille to Je
smatto8111011 Rereentatives.ojusticetose Tallahassee On

State Audiee tor: orders rerti variouat reason for thlar nd to ^ double toe some." Quket healer of ah e o.th t.WI,
me Tallahain n order to ec. 20th, 19properl exam beiwho assertions ar e orioboratedi that p rity. Sd by all a BunSore Cot and bWound. 2 an to0. .

To the Honorable Board of Publiu In- orter have bes a n isaeued from St. Peteld L at all bru owiteo. hrvbeen arl- 0iaths witeI rad
ind prepared by uctim,theon, breur measto refuby theocal posay them beofficialse the, Mr. C. D. Stph i visiting her n
meeting day was haee, Fla.d to the secpurpoond ofa large amount of money sent from the e and wnt, Prof. and Mrs. the. r. J. D. Bohannon 84 year of e.

Gentlemen: Iam today lingwith the revolutionista'scause. Dsmsi eys atGrnvIe# was married to Mrc. Ella L. Wared y btoAnotion wa semob W fo dsfot
Mr. Horace B. Fletcher was elected Russia has never been received by those Cr5 uog Raemedy, saves who have not yet.,een captred,.but A motion was me ma carre tht
to succeed Miss Robert of th die ounty asof- for whom it was intended, elf a g near amouloydt of we believe they will be sooner r later. thepa sid be allowed lye wa
cials antof Leonacher t the Fort Braden It stated that there had been m to Tal n i. et. CT colds and up, services Iwn conveying lun test fo te
Graded School and Miss Beeman Milton eral failure on the part of Rl~is to to h e If you wish a nice horse or horse pr ol, asylum.
to b Supan aistant teachers n the Leon cash postal money orders which have qlueklYto eumedbT Itsmu. 0-Iteu terets Major Hamm, editor a.d manager of Te following bowsw ae approved:ut
Hilh School. been sent*to Jews In that count, any tenimencyof a cold to result in the Constitutionalist, Eminence. Ky., W. H. Chance and J. E. Perkins, nota-
st contract was awarded David Rum- Many of tho.a money order have emoamla ahdeif given assoon es s when he was fiercely attacked r ries phublic.ee war
ell to paint the Pinhook school house; been reto d to the s ders with a stympton of croup appear, to yt wll r iles bought a box of Itwas moved ad that D. F.
three coats for $35.00. statement that they couldnoat be ashed. t the atta This nedy co -cklen so Arnica e Alve, of which he Register'be allowed topujt gates across
The fo aid u won received from the The letteahass aeompnds aganyin the returned A tenant wanted for the newest and I^te the March moting in favor of R.t J.

Stat e Auditor: orders e -variousn rea for th giveit to lite room in the city. Call and All inew sty." e Collars and Chimisoftt Pfhirson line. s to have the work in
Tallahassee, Dec. 20th, 1cebeing dishonored, oBet li ne of which isn that perflook ect security. up otair oy allThe Tr Bue n lac ores, Cuts and Wounds.rgor at Rthe Ev- har
shown It has been the Honorable Board of Publractic of th rde larshasse be, n isow sued from St. Petemocrat o_ at all t. Several cou nty bridge were cancelled, and
school board heretofore to state i bu to refuse to paywhomthem becausethey the Mrs. C. D. Stephens I isissuer opened d all of sad b rejected have
TallhsseFla. money is for the purpose of aiding the uncle and aunt, P*of. and Mrs. W. Mr. J. D. Bohannon, 84 years hof aee. I jd r doa y the board that John
Gentlemen: I am today filing with the revolutionists' cause. Demilley, at Greenvlle. was married to Mrs. Ella L. W rd yb-ysai b-ror d e,.-aindfhras em-o

Govrespectfullrnor my sugrest that the minutey o1- p -- l as "aid-,-id"
GovDernoard ror the ony of r. B. 0. Lewis was in the city Rev. Mr. Braswell. near FloydlastPOWa e a o
cials of Leon county. The following Ai Mrs Bertie Fish has returned to Ta- W i towr a e econ ract for said
what I had to ay in reference to the lahassee after several months absence. atH n re s you wish nice horse or horseork.
reports and vouchers are kept and syshs boy hom who are ways ted Stamotion was made and barred that
tematicalMrs. Leon Mly. Fish will remain with lad to welcome him. carnage or uggy see JD. he bond riveatd foris in the anisum outf

tend Supesintendentnt 000 The conditions are that it shall f
struction ha the affairs of hisof er for while -- fore you purchase, a he will m It dith-wor west of Tallahassee, war.
well in hand. All accounts against the Popular M is amon his host oe t to your advantage to do so. otf rant for said amount to be drawn at
board are paid upon vouchers and the of Tallahass fiendsuagain this week. A tenant wanted for the newest and onthe March meeting in favor of R. J.
warrants are properly entered in the % -- cere t best office room in the city. Calnland All. new ste Collars and Chimisett Phillips, who is to have the work In
register and the date of cancellation Best line of.ork Pants over In Tae- look at it, o p stairs, ov The" True in lace and silk attenburg at J. E tv- charge.
shown. It has been the practice of the lahassee, now it Evans'. Democrat office. ans. 4-tf. Several warrants were cancelled, as
school board heretofore to stat Aude in in direct ccs path th of t taken ocrtie to whom they wereissued have
minutes only the aggregateamount mpany such a high compied.o
paid out at each meeting. I therefore .Wall nce the on of Presden Tr. men. The board then adjourned.
respectfully safest that that minutes ten impothecourt well a
on the boar h uland. E. W. Goodloe, of a c the payment of the onad tiled.
the person, the amount of the payment Secunt.yM t l Li Ins rance C'ompany, Mrs. Helen Wilmans Post,. convicted
and or what each warrant is drawn, as That Mrs. week forill the second time of fraud.
being the proper way by which to au- ulnt use o tr a thorough Invheigaion, mails, yesterday filed
thorze the issuance of a warrant. All BINGHA TON her bond, wll no appearanceted upforen by the ni-
reports and vouchers are kept and sys- dMUTUA COMPANY CONDUCT SOL LYtates Circuit Court of Appeals.
tefor ally fileear had by the county uperinse. The ondew Orens e th Novemb of $2,
tendent" Pneumonahe conditions are that it shall beth
takI wish toy bofurther suggest tod the board llThere are today insurance companies ner hebuYork.sines of the Security Mutual fof rfeited if the defendant w have tors ost
that in my opinion albills should be in operationinures the United Stake that Life Contsuracts on tha increased carryin fails to appear before the united States
presented at Moleast five day F ebruary 12ththat isclaimed for themvolume a very great extent, and Circuit Court of Appeals on the thirdll, of cour
regular meeting day, in order that the .One of these i the Security Mutual while there are much larger companies, November, 1906. and from day to day

eine ndent of tha e birth of LOOk into this while "our Health permits l take on an Adequate amount s dl a la
superintendent may have an opportu- Life Insurance Co., with general offices there are none more conservative, or thereafter untlithe appeal from thie
onity to ascertain the co a brretn farm of Prlocated in Binghamton, N. Y., and of of which a more cons e bestman re- udment of the lower court s acted
of and have the warrant to be issued which Charles M Turner s Presidento sides Prident Mr. Turner s upon. n cas the lower court is a-
. masd tte n. t he sam mest create a Isresance Fund for the Future. hava been aispoed of, etc.
board. I also direct attention to the hind t that i one of the cleanesstrugget and thoroughly vrsed in all the intrcaces fore it Sh d wait its further acvetion,
board. I also direct attention to the clearest that we have ever seen or of life insurance, having devoted many .pending of course, further moves by
fby the chairman of the board unts ig heard of. It is one of the most modern years to BUY THclose BEST. Its due to ner counse
has been made out in full.ti companies in existence at the present this, and to his magnificent reputation The filing of the bond, and the iAms-

S. time; the rates and policies that are throughout the principal insurance con- Boa n who presided duringthea
VeryNrepectfully, ideal in every particular, its form being ters of the world that The Memphis. od trial of the case, Indicate that the
ERNSAuditor. in direct accord with the wishes of Its Times has taken occasion to pay him
StateApolicy holders. and his company such a high compli- 0" counsel for the Seabreesemental healer
Saivn theel ectioi DAYe T AT IS SURE TO COME. will make determined fight to keep
Galvesten's Sea Wall Since the elect of President Tur- sment. her from serving the imprisonment ms-
makes life as safe now in that city as 0 _____,,_______ ______, tence Imposed by the court, as well as
on the higher uplands. E.W. Goodloe, the paymentoure of the fin e t
who resides on Dutton street In Waco, That Mrs. Post will never serve time
Tex., needs no sea wall for safety. He FROM MEMPHIS TiMES: A worthy Tribute from a disinterested Party, af- is the common beliefamon those who
writes: .. haveusned Dr. King'he'a w ter a thorough Invesigation, by the New York Investigating Committee. I according to the date set in the
years, d It keeps me well and esafe. JM U C Pon So bond wllnot ated up by the Cir-
Before that time I had a cough which.. cuit Court of Appeals until Itssessions
for years had been growing worse. at New Orla s next November.l In

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Jem I. Cum,
Metered WSesoaWd a 1s M0N Muswh sf, JIMN
the P 0t os0sm A TalnMsse, l ds d wd
S Ast of Congsmerf MUrsii SL1.
Of-e. in Telephose Bulldn, Corner Adams em
Clinton Str ws. T*Wshon No. 1o0.

subeription, s1.0 Por Yer, in Advanme.
Advertaing Rates on ApplitiUon.
S The rree Douess Io ste Ofidia4 Nwepape
of L- Cemmr.

Tallahassee, Friday, Feb. 16, 196.

Five members of the Arkansas legs
nature have been indicted by the gran
jury at Little fock on the charge o
Those who oppose the scheme clai
that the drainage of the Everglade
would be the "draining" of the Stat
treasury. Palatka Times.
The Monticello News says: "Genera
Bailey in letting folks know he is run
ning for Railroad Commissioner-and
that is one of the ways to get votes."
A scandal recently developed in con
nection with the Insurance department
of Pennsylvania. Testimony disclose
long continued graft In that depart
Representative Sparkman, of Florida
yesterday introduced resolutions in th
House providing for the participation o
the United States in the Tampa Expo
sition in 1908.
The Female Coliegm at Tallahassee ii
a State institution and ia fast winning
popular favor. The people of our State
should do all they can to advance it in
every way. Gainesville Sun.
The Court of Appeals has upheld the
indictments against Abraham H. Hum
mel, a well known New York lawyer,
charging him with insubordination and
perjury in the Dodge-Morse divorce
Shadrach Bray, an old and respected
citizen of Fort Payne, Ala, died at his
home on Hand mountain on the 14th.
He is believed to have been the last
survivor of the Seminole War of 1i36.
The lt Louisl Globe-Democrat say.
that if a man can get a job on the Pan-
ama canal board and keep it he will
need no other pension. Quite correct.
And if he lives until the canal is com-
pleted under the present system he will
make Colonel Methuselah look like a
young one.
A man carries a pistol for but one
purpose says the Tampa Tribune, to
take life. A man does not go hunting
with one, nor does he carry a pistol for
the opportunity it gives him to make a
noise, at least in the pistol-carrying
section. There is legislation against it,
but the law is a farce, as executed.
Hon. W. Hunt Harris, who has
served his Senatorial district and the
State of Florida so well for a number
of years in the Legislature, has again
announced his candidacy, and he will
no doubt be re-elected, as he should be.
Both branches of the next Legislature
should have men of his calibre in them,
from every county in the State.
Yes, of course you will do some busi-
nes whether you advertise it or not,
but who are there amrnng you Mesrs.,
Business Men and Merchants, who
would not rather do more Try the ex-
perlmeilt by lilerally .dlvertiging in the
True Democrat, and sr, what the re-
aults will be. JuNt as sure n* y. u live
it will pay you,

'he approaching rii'.'tia4' ni the St e
I)ommcratic xecutotiv, ( ni>m iitt,., in
.Jacklonvillh. on February '1 tI fix tin,
dlte of the primuries i- 1 si wh itue of
the first mnagnitude to rlml ci't/.,iw ,, i
Fidrida who have about anIe up t hei.r
mind' to ntrifioce their pe r '.il inter'
estM t lsnd i;ea
pIeople fur th' viarious uoti,'e t. I, till,,e<
niext fall. l.lv, Oak l)e'rnM 'llt

itine. Sam is prpalrinm for their ,rat
ended uprising (of the Iltoxer ('hiir.,-.
"Thirty.-ight thousand menr of the rig
ular army are to Ie monbolir.ed 1n Ma-
hills for service in China in case of an
uprising against the foreign residents
there. The navy is also active and
Itear Admiral Sigabee has been directed
to have his squadron of one armored
cruiser and three protected cruisers
ready to join the Asiatic squadron under
Admiral Train. Admiral Trais has ar-
ranged with the snlsilon rlell n the ter-
ritory borJering the Yang Te Khang
river to gather at certain poInts cao
there is trouble In order thatjey may
be picked up and taken an j rd the
Fewer GalUons; WeaLonawer. .

A CUIoWS STA .. gi p,

nr" of the Internal Iprovement Jod becoe a o f & ndi, ikth
K Fund operation daring reset years i dasta fee tam tis Coh ba trnt, a S t oa ald a. bM u "hadowef
Sbearing fruit. The Board eOt Stastees greudosasj f their attorney perfeeef' tarlnng." to the naet mile paIta lifA'
has just made public a statement par- Mr. o. J. a w an a la Mnp I- Cot s meof TSt ra 1w iJ.oT"e'
porting to give in detail the partular tatiom tlruhwt Wat Flarid ape-. the aS IS Imp vem ta w unook doesn'wttflly be ker
" of its transactions for the year 1906. laly in PFwal, where his talent an seem to um to have meh more attached the roaeed ao lately travenred ai sigh for
SHertfore it la eaentted itself with ablUty tihe peastee of law a ow to thu the a the publication, every two years, of a to be of the highest order. He rAepre. be t ert, or drive u .do, and *eanaydeeds god
socalled report, briefly abstracting its sented fEsembia county in the Lagisla-- orkthe' aO t rt have donp-op hW tur
proceedings for the period of two years, ture In 1801, and la as dmg he won the bordena of the govromoent, it is atiet we let p uags 4, thr.'
*W and conveying but an imperfect idea of the eteem and fAdence of all He hoped that a deal will not be madp with lack ef forlght, ppur a tones-or
what it really has done. The present ran for mayor of Paenacola, the sme J ~t ey sola Stto what B 4 wm It an inflex a decree of Pate. ?
statement is very different, but it is year, on the "Good Government" plat. JaIpn rNw BaCreturt endowed with reason, how
confined chiefly to the subject of th form and was elected, apparently with We publish the article on the above can It be that we arhef by selaish, un-
o drainage of the Everglades, and there- out effort on his part, for he did not invitation, with the only remark, that bridled P ss s ab clow akin to the low
Sore conveys the impression that its make a single speech during the cam- we were not honored with a copy of istinct that causes dumb brutes to
f purpose is simply to justify the opera- paign. His fearless, upright discharge that "official pamphlet from Tallahas- trample each other under foot in grati-
tions of the board with reference to of his official dates made him consid- see, released for publication," as the fying hunger and t ist, the law of self-
that particular scheme. ered one of the best mayors Pensacola Live Oak Democrat puts it, and would preservation whih makes us, brute-
m Our space forbids an extended andex- ever had. ask our brother of the Jasper News to like, to trample he rights, bruise the
Shaustive review of the statement, but If Mr. Jones becomes a candidate for put his inquiries after the information hearts and crush the hopes of our breth-
e we desire to call attention to the fact Congressional honors, as is now more straight at that Board. ren and our equals in Nature's law and
that, according to its figures, $48,446.65 than probable, Mr. Lamar's re-election "--"--- _--- in the sight of Heaven.
I of the total of (66,585.28, disbursements may turn out to be one of the things The Tallahassee True Democrat makes If it were to preserve lie, or even to
of the fund which it reports, has been sought for, but which ignominiously ping about Governot the Bmisroward and the obtain the ordinary comforts of exist-
d spent for "drainage operations" in the fail to materialize. Everglade drainage scheme and takes ence that call for such an unseemly
Evergladeas Of course, further expen- -"-t--" .... .--- occasion to speak kindly of the Gov- scramble, then something like reason-
ditures therefore have been forbidden by WE At IGT BGelr ALL THI TINM. ernor, but suggests that he steer clear able excuse could be; rendered. But
Sthe injunctions issued from the United We take no special credit to our- De morat. vser.-Live Oak by far too often, not necessity, but a
SState court at the suit of the Southern selve nor do we expect any customary And we meant just what we said, craze fbr notoriety, an intense desire to
d States Land and Timber Company and vote of thanks for having become po- too. We believe Gov. Broward means out-do others in display, is the axle on
others, and the mention of this fact In sensed of criminating facts regarding well. He is human, however, and there which our wheel of fortune spins; and
the statement bears all the earmarks late governmental officials, nor for ha- is a possibility that all human agencies brain, nerve and even principle are sae-
of a piteous complaint and protest, as if ing the necessary courage to make may make mistakes. We repeat, we rifled on the altar of our ambition.
f the express purpose of the statement public the same. But we do like to do have a very high opinion of our Gov- How often have we seen an intelli-
was to argue the merits of the injunc- have the good opinion of all good men ernor, and we earnestly respect and gent, ambitious man, seemingly one of
tion cases in the public prints, and very much dislike to be misunder- honor him s such, but we stick to it fortune's favorites, surrounded by those
Another remarkable feature of the stood especially by our journalistic "that advice and influence from certain things which go far in the forming of
s statement consists of the fact that no- brethren, who know by experience what politicians, can, and will injure his use- human delight, that make life worth
g where does it make any mention of the it is to do their duty as they see it, re- (ulness if he gets too deep into their the living, let ambition scatter prudence
e existence of the act of the Legislature gardless of the enemies they find rising clutches. We hope at the close of his to the winds, and embark his all on the
Sof 1908, so vitally affecting the status up against them. administration he will be classed with wave ef speculation. And when the
and disposition of the moneys and lands But we have no apologies to make, Florida's best, whom we have named. tide that was to "bear him on to for-
of the funds, nor does it inform the pub- neither now nor hereafter, for what -~t--o--- tune," retreating, leaves him a strand-
Slic what step,, if any, the board has we have done and mean to do in pub- Readers of Florida papers, and some ed wreck, alone with only dead hopes to
taken to comply with the terms of that fishing fraud. We simply offer the others, have doubtless lately noticed an
taken to comply with the terms of that fishing fraud. We simply offer the article going the rounds in reference to replace departed friends, we pity, but
law. An abstract of the provisions of right hand of good fellowship to our the railroad rate legislation, in which it can only view him as a victim of the
this act follows: brethren of the press who have shown is sought to show that there is not only spirit of the times. -.
SSection 1 provides that "all moneys their appreciation of our efforts to help no demand among the people for such And such is the perversity of our im-
now in the I. I Fund, after the pay- purge the Democratic party of unprin- legidedlaion, bpotion tit and som very aviation, that we half-pity the care-
ment of all legal obligation" shall be cipled men. well sounding but specious arguments less, gaiety-loving Frenchman, we eith-
deposited in the State treasury and As all know, we have been the object are set fort to show that is so and er sneer or laugh at the sturdy, ease-
placed to the credit of the several coun- of a few scurrilous paragraphs from why it is, and the impression is left taking Englishman-we of the United
[IwheedoesItmakanymnn ofthei dofsemirdiotilis that this is an expression from the

ties of the State "for the purpose of the pen of semiidiotic journalists, on newspaper in which the article appears. States-when a moment's reflection
constructing hard roads in said coun- account of this same exposure, who, -DeFuniak Breeze. should show us the utter absurdity of
ties." with "Long live the truth, down with Not necessarily so, at all, as we see deriding their thorough enjoyment of
Section 2 provides that the proceeds fraud, turn the rascals out" mottoes it. We were asked for rates on these life. We, who in the hurly-burly and
of all sales of "swamps and overflowed on the same page -scare heading -the same articles, we quoted our prices, and tumult of our insane rush, defy the
lands made subsequent to the passage very words they use in trying to deride are running them just as we do medi- laws of nature, knowing that we shall
of the act shall be deposited in like us into silence. cine readers and other matter of a like surely pay the penalty in diseased bodies
manner for the same purpose. But little we care for such attacks character. We do not sell space on our and tortured minds, quickly to sink into
Section 3 defines the manner in which from such a source, for are there not editorial pages at any price, and in our the obscurity of self-dug graves-fame
the funds so assigned to the use of the cranks and goose-brained ranters with editorials we generally give expression and treasure left behind, no brow for
counties shall be transmitted to anddis- gibing tongue in every walk of life to what we believe to be right, and laurels, no pockets needed in our
bursed by their officials, and why should we escape? These "the sentiment is thrown in" it, too. shrouds.
We desire to be distinctly understood "pass us by as but the idle wind," but r--'-w-----i sn Was it mere difference in longitude
as not in any manner aligning the True from those of our brethren who wield Governor Broward, while absent, or was it the congregation and mixing
Democrat in uncompromising opposi. the "trenchant pen" and make it went to Chicago for a conference with of blood of so many nations of the Old
tion to Governor Broward's Everglade "mightier than the sword," we confi- Thomas W Lawson, and was named as World that urges us of the New to such
drainage scheme. It is, indeed, grand dently expect better, loftier things one of the committee to handle Law- mighty exertion? Or was it that our
and extraordinary conception almost We may sometime differ and gr son's life insurance proxies. Speaking grandires' ambition was bounded, like
equal in magnitude and grandeur to the somewhat acrimonious in debate as to he is a "splendid rugged fellow, with landry by barriers of a vast expansed limit of
Panama Canal or Mr. H. M Flagler's the wisdom of proposed legislation and plenty of brains and plenty of fight." water until their navigation of thexpane Atof
railroad to Key West. But we certain- the merits and demerits of certain can- p y o rasad e of ir until their navigation of the At
ly regard it as of doubtful possibility didates for office, but let there be noI Printers' ink is the great trade invig- lantic, when ambition wasmultiplied by
with the means at hand, or in prospect, question of our unanimity, when the orator and the newspapers, the distrib- thousands on beholding the possibilities
for its accomplishment, evon if the pro- charge of official fraud is made and utors of the good news that so and so of their Western home ?
jcct of using all of the I I Fund proven, in forcing the guilty to face an has bargains and for what they can be It surely was no strange thing if they
moneys, and the drainage taxes author- outraged public. had. The public have come to look were filled with ambitious resolve on
ised by the act of 1905 could be carried We each and all have done our part upon advertisements as news matter viewing with comprehensive eye a vast
out. And no far as the moneys of the in advertising our State's wonderful and therefore if you advertise in a continent, untouched by civilized man,
Fund ate concerned,. the act of 1903 for- natural resources of climate, growth newspaper t e results are certain.-Mi- composed of fertile valley and timbered
bids such use thereof, while the ques- and maritime advantages, detailing the ami Metropolis. ridge, of gold-veined height and grain-
tion of the constitutionality of the practical manner in which our people The local liticians throughout the promisingth plain; with broad rivers to
drainage tax is yet to. be dicidel by the have developed these gifts of nature State are beginning to "sit up and take bear the products of human skill to the
courts. The many millions of dolIlars our magnificent railway systems, beau- notice." The chairman of the State sea, thence tobe borne to the uttermost
involved in the cost of the scheme must tiful cities, steamship lines and semi. committee has requested expressions of parts of the earth. /
i. prinlucei frm i uier ndsources, if at tropici fruits. opinion of the date of the primary, and Be that as it mayor we know that our
all. -. -. 'This we have done and today Fluriola there aret indications of a general stir- atie genius to bear on these abundant
Accorling to the Suprenm Court tI.- ststul the peer of any of her sister ring up of that useful but somewhat gift of Nature and with time and labor
wcii tfon if th" Ttlstme of the Internal more to accomplished, an imperative dinner. ot "- St. Augustine Record. avn devce ta made to aor an
Imiproveerrcnt 'nul is gunme. Naught electricity harnessed-until to-day we,
r,.miinr. 01f their ottice hut an empty duty yut' to e perfurmed. It devlve~s This is No. 51 of this newspaper. ourselves, seem but a part of the ma-
eti. The o unit of the railway coIr n- unrTn 1.. thli greatest factor In macelding Aftr onsc more issue e will tbe one chinery that both plants and gathers,
,es n.ei'st the'' Trustees is d'ie t public opinion, to see that no he and will ein Volume 2. f that not only brings to the light but
in favor of thi' railways. the Statt' has ordinary mar or chief executive' cn ylrar c n lln Volume 2. If rhat not only brinl? to the ght but.
no lan'r' anl sh'.vraclwy vexatious prollernis a, wten i t c te of rut, e. you hav not put into our hands $1.(X, works raw material into a finished pro-
r, i,,,ive.d. .Jcusper Ni'ws. .v wtheven n front sell thr ic lese do ao as sne, as possible and duct.
\\ltt. anit they huive' just pullishtl s ..' t ..r thu.s encourage us to enter the second Hut is it not time, or will that time
Ity eu u h ilh their editorial space. And
Sstade...mnt. teo. which shou w that r .c.ie d.tiand iual aean .nutwith' r year. Ifytou have paid for the first never come, when re-action will assert
out.Andharanthem ineysofth who ei n stadrd uring bashed anod not witheracant c ontent m
h o have lttl ft y.t in that year you can also assist us inu 'our cf- itself, when we can be content to enjoy
they ,,hea lit th' left yet that ber death the lash of scorn of an indig- forts to do good by $1 more, a plentiful, garnered harvest with but
I' l iun lrcn. ano n >t, autd tat thy ra.snt united pre.s? Who in our ranks which will make you ee better and us thought f what the fture
iar pre,'.'iig to iay it cut in uttur- but takes a pride in knowing that his is happy. Just try the experiment on us a passing thought of what the future

,y s m >.n lordr e hats all a most useful. honorable profession, and se' us smile. may have in store-wen experience
rigit. l /there is no e doing that not r will teach us that "wise s the man who
right i all d tit itle. e dubting thatosee d who woul not rejoice to know that f .Smller. enjoys the fruits of labor in forgetful.
were that statement or a we have kept our columns clean and s Next Monday evening at Castle hall nee of the toil that brought them
whr, ~ thintatumentorny mother free from blemish that our railways, in this city, at 8 oelock. the KWhtsf .o .
statmU..nt, has thrown any light on fruits and climate are Sot our only of Pythias will eelebra tahea ier- forth.
some ucit.-rs, in the sale of lands at 3 boast, but stand a dim second to the sa of the oder by gtt.b a:' er tq LONG DSTAIiNCi TIZLUEUO .
cents er acre, and tther transactions the mbs arid a nd feUse o- distance tae.lp).*. _
great and lean free press' of lrkw ? J-dg Chas B. kParkhill and "Ra. J ... -4 ue the long.isea r. peow_
of that Board for four years during the Emmett Wolf Privat Secretary can be v tot
Jennings administration It may be Joha Temple Graves on Timeday re-a Govemor Brow -rd, have .S ited the .thst -
true, however, that in a short while signed as editor of th, Atlanta News, and both a.vemated to deliver ad-C. m di at 1t O dsount. "
"nought will remain of it ut aano tRct eed .
Utit." Time will tell, "4 havdel o ,e9-- -- at theli' gFm.. MOOLMAae.'
diaounting that fact. have bodad. In a t s i _M M *
lve that broken gun repaired at Iy ODl tIW A "a be s..l .. TouAit
USdley'a. He s at the Constantine PubtlIastIn A Aei&Uu Iwhw ,S'- II 0 will Table d dm am a be emMu -
. date da4, the like of wbh lbh .Iti ..., .
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pu 4 c"ma d balstr. COLOMAL DAMES =I, be am of the
toIIepail ut-
p ....AT Ou. ..... i on thi
I IIAMal AdiM Ieailml oMr dUeiisl oe l
The L L 1it "M104b. Ift SedeW. a4asef f theba u of this
^ ^* -M-i il
amity f l to a popular -i 2 t I t
adfor dI lafomat aeoewMg Its At the recent mmal ametaf of the s itai f ifm tl i I Wg t
tS2the BoaM of Tstees of Colonial Dmem of Ameria, rmdMent Ito the Idies, s ir trIed o several
ate fo tspreis c usmofmak- Florida, at the rdence of Mn. John ocevefkby wttauptbmn ,

mad public a 1tatlnt puportig to d and delivered the Fol Wa honor of Pnce do Lemo, held at my
a not -od-residence In TaUWasee In February
ive detail an dnto e sof last year, and quite a
for the calendar yearM It i4 M oANMIC' ADDI* -. Sces A u Jv n % tO y
In fact, an apparent purpose, Spc ial dles of the Florida Society, Cole- that old Pones do Lao ha not been so-,
In so prt of the atttud of the nial Dames of America: It gives me mournedorhonored,=bothasnpoesyeandto
board, t in the capacity of the most sincere pleasure to be with you so, since his demise in 1521
board of drainage commissioners au- again after our long separation. nd e "Art Loan" which I had some
thorized under an act of the last Legis- to one and all, I extend a most cordial years since brought forth many inter-
lature with special reference to the and affectionate greeting. eating relics. Among them were ex-
Everglades drainage scheme. Our usual custom of meeting in Jack- quisite miniatures by celebrated artists
With a fine show of candor, the board sonville on the first Thursday an Decem- and other works of skill and art I con-
gives the statistics of the "swamp and ber was omitted this year, owing to the fess I feel sorely tempted to have an-
overflowed" land fund and the proceeds fact that several of our members were other in aid of our Jamestown fund.
of sales of such lands, showing that absent from the city at that time, and The amount of our subscription to the
there are on hand 2,980,236.46 acres of it was difficult to arrange a place of Jamestown memorial should have been
said lands, and $272,272.85, net cash meeting, and also because there seemed sent in some months since and I venture
proceeds of the sales of such lands, de- no business of importance to be laid be- to hope that it will not longer be de-
posited in and drawing interest from fore the society at that time, I, there- ferred.
certain banks throughout the State, fore, thought it best to defer the meet- Our society, though small, is ener-
naming them, together with a list of mng until February, hoping thereby to getic and I bild much upon this fact.
securities of various kinds deposited in have a larger attendance.
the State treasury to secure said sev- We come from so many portions of PRIZES FOR COLONIAL ESSAYS.
eral deposits. The schedule of disburse- the State, Pensacola, Tampa, St. Aug- I suggest also that a prize or medal
ments from the fund for the year shows ustine, Sanford, Waycross, Ga. and be offered during the coming year to
an aggregate or $69,585.28, of which Tallahassee, that It involves both ex- Florida's two universitiesone for the
$48.445.65 has been expended in "drain- pense and trouble to obey the summons girls at Tallahassee and the other for
age operations to drain the Everglades," of our corresponding secretary, Mrs. the boys now at Lake City, for the two
and nearly $12,000 for attorney's fees. George H. Fernald, and it goes to best essays on colonial themes. This
Strangely enough, this apparently show our living and abiding interest in would help forward materially the study
full and candid statement of the opera- this Colonial, and therefore historical of history, and no doubt many interes.-
tions of the board and the legislation society, that we do make the effort to ingpapers would be written, and they
and litigation affecting the fund, con- come, and I can truly say that in my couldbe handed in on December 1, 1906,
tains no mention of the act of 1903 long and varied experience, I have never thus giving ample time for their prepa-
(chapter 5245) which declares that "all derived more true enjoyment than from ration. A committee to decide upon
moneys now in the Internal Improve- these Colonial meetings in Jacksonville their merits will also have to be ap-
ment Fund," as well as the proceeds and St. Augustine. The business meet- pointed
of all the lands thereafter to be sold, ings have been marked by the most ab- 'The attention of the State society is
shall be placed with the State Treas- solute harmony, with never one word of also called to the rapid destruction or
urer, who shall therupon place the same discord, and the social functions, com- one of the grandest natural beauties of
to the credit of the several counties ing afterwards, have been most delight- nature in the world, Niagara, and each
of the State * for the purpose ful. State society is asked to devote their
of constructing hard roads in such APPRECIATED COURTESIES most earnest energies to prevent any
counties." I have been to many entertainments, further desecration of this stupendous
The report complains rather bitterly both in this country and abroad, and I work of the Almighty.
of the interruption of drainage opera- wish to say that more beautiful enter- Mrs. George H. ernald will presently
tions by the recent injunctions issued tainments, appropriate and tasteful in read the petition of the State Societies
from the United States Court. This lit- every detail I have never seen nor of the Colonial Dames of America to be
igation is proceeding with considerable have I ever met gathered around any presented to Congress.
vigor, and a large number of affidavits social board a more charming company,
h&.e been filed tending to disclose the sparkling with wit and humor, and full IN MEMORIAM.
rekel status and possibilities of the of kindly good feelings one for another. We have received the memorial ot
Broward drainage scheme. One of I wish most earnestly to express my the death of Mrs. Samuel Colt, first
these, by Civil Engineer Christopher appreciation of the good ladies of Jack- vice-president of the National Society,
Maling, an expert of world-wide fame, sonville and St. Augustine, who have which occurred on August 23, 1906. We
sets forth the manifest impossibility of extended such kindly greetings to the sincerely mourn her loss No words
securing practical and valuable results members of our society, and to assure can better express her worth than the
therefrom, and demonstrating the fact them that the recollection of it all will beautiful tribute paid her by the Na-
that the lowering of the water level of linger in my memory so long as life tional Society, which will be read to
Lake Okeechobee four feet, requiring shall last. you presently.
a main canal 150 feet wide and fifty I have often regretted that my home The obituary notice of Mrs. El le n
miles in length, with lateran drains, in Tallahassee, is so distant as to make Fellows Young, president of the Minn -
would ineffectively "reclaim" only a it difficult for us to meet there. Let sota Society of Colonial Dames, reac -
small area of the vast region now cov- us hope in the future it may be less ex- ed me in May last, since which tin e
ered or partially covered by water pensive and fatiguing to visit the cap- we have had no meeting. Our socieal
throughout a large part of each year. ital of our State. sympathizes most sincerely in th i ..
It is an exceedingly interesting prop- May our society always stand in the their great loss. A committee will I .
position which confronts the board. foremost ranks as endeavoring to per- ajappointed to draw up suitable resolt.
Have these officials the right under ex- petuate the memory of those great and tons.
listing laws to use the moneys of the good men who made this republic a pos- In June last the national president ,:
fund for the drainage of the Ever- sibility. All honor to our colonial an- the Colonial Dames of America, Mr
glades, or are they bound, by the act of cestors. Herberi A. Claiborne, %as married i
1903. (aside from any issue arising in THE ST. AUGUSTINE TABLETS. Gen. William I'uffin Cox. of North Lai
the litigation referred to) to distribute The chairman of the committee on olina, a distinguished Confederate vet-
the moneys on haalesd, and the proceedounties for the St. Augustine tablets, Mrs. Thomas eran. We feel thankful to retain ou
future onsaltruties, aon of hard roaudntes Afond Mayhew, hoped by February 1, to have president, even though under a differ
bthe construction of hard roads? And een able )o have found suitable data ent name Such a dignified and sweet
will nbt the several counties, or some of which would have enabled us to have presence is an example and satisfaction
themo, or the tate Goodke ahRoands Asin the put bronze tablets, both on Ft. Marion to everyone who come.N in contact with
pending litigation to protect their vest- and on the St. Augustine Gates. But I her.
pending litigation to protect their vest- r r o at her report upon the We have noticed renewed interest in
interest in such funds under the egret to say that her report upon the We have noticed renewed interest in
ed interest in such funds under the subject is an unfavorable one. The the Historical Society of Florida. We,
law?-St. Augustine Record. time of the erection of the gates is in the Colonial Dames send greetings, ana
i tch-iwom. obscurity. As a member of that com- wish to assure the society of our sym-
,mch-Igwrm mittee I can tiuly say that I have made pathy in its work. The national coun-
E. T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes, every effort in my power to assist her. cil will meet at Washington in May,
April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I My letters seeking the information and it will be necessary for you to ap-
had been afflicted with a malady known have been numerous. I have visited point a delegate and alternate to repre-
as the "itch." The itching was un- libraries, especially historical libraries, sent Florida.
bearable. I had tried for years to find and one and all have referred me to Mr. The reciprocity bureau of the Nation-
relief, having tried all remedies I could Geo. R. Fairbanks as Florida's histor- al Society requested that each State
hear of, besides a number of doctors. I ian, but on this especial point he can- send three papers yearly, for exchange.
wishto state that one single application not help us. Mrs. Woodruff's report I have written one on the earl history
of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured me will speak for itself. of Florida during the period of the first
completely and permanently. Since I have a letter liom Senator James Spanish occupation, and we hope to
then I have used the liniment on two P. Taliaferro. which I will presently send in the other two a little later.
separate occasions for ring worm and read to the ladies, stating that he has The new president, Mrs. John G
Frit culed completely Druggists. c, and 1. applied to the War Department for in- Christopher, will now take up the work
For sale by all Druggist. formation on this subject, and he hopes where I leave it. She has my best
1 y' smy Girl. to secure something of interest from wishes for her success and pl)rosperity.
rA Boyr sisay on rls. l that quarter. This is now the only hope .-.-.
Girls are sisters of boys and has long I have in obtaining anything really re- Croup
hare, wares dresses an powder, fust liable. Begins with the symptoms of a common
girl was called Christman Eve tho' I I have always loved St. Augustine. cold; there is chilliness, sneezinir, sre
never could tell why. Most every fam- its people, and its quaint, old-fashioned throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarse-
ily has one girl and some of 'em that is streets and houses, and I confess I am ness and impeded respiration. Give
in hard luck has two or three We much disappointed in not being able to frequent small doses of Ballard's H -
have a girl in oumrn who is my sister, carry out our project, and especially so hound Syrup, (the child will cry for it)
Girls can grow older and get younger. that at the last national council, con- and at the first sign of a croupv couzh
i My sister has been twenty nve for vened in Washington nearly two years apply frequently Ballard's Snow Lini-
Sthree years, and some day we ma be ago, many of the States expressed in- ment to the throat. Mrs. A. 'liet,
twins. Girls play the planner and.talk terest in our enteprise, and several of New Castle. Colo., writes March 19,
about each other. Fat girls want to be them sent contributions to aid us. both 1902: "I think Ballard's Horehound
fat and all of 'em want to marry doods. in the expense of the research for data Syrup a wonderful remedy, and pleasant
Why the Lord made girls nodod nos. and the putting up of the tablets, to take Sold by all D)ruggists.
but I think it were to go to church and Should we decide against the feasibility , .....

sat ice cream. There is three inm o01 of this work, I presume the money will Tra as Prachlaa.
girls, -brunnet girls, blonde girls and be returned to the several States, but I
them that has money. Girls are afraid suggest that we await information from The numerous investigations into the
of mice and bugs, which made it fun to theWar Department before doing so different commercial enterprises show
put 'em down their backs.-Olney Mr. Josiah James of St. Augustine almost universal corruption.
Times. su gests Fort Matansas as being a suit- The crookedness exposed in the dif-
e placeto mark, it being itan- rent corporations and companies is no
SCr cient. His letter will be read: doubt small In comparison with that In
This is to certify that all druggists entfull swing which has not been exposed
are authorized to refund your money if MEMORIAL AT JAMSTOWN. The ugly feature, the demoralizin
.~ old's Honey avd Tar fails to cure I wish to call your attention to the effect of these commercial thieves, is
cough or cold. It stops the cough memorial Jamestown, to be ready in that they are not from the Bowery not
the lungs a prevents serion re- 1907 for the 800th anwl 0ary o th from the farm nor factory, but from
sults from a eool Curesla grippe first permanent Englshosttlement with thehighest and best ?) strataof human
co and prevents pneumonia and en- aa organisld government on this iti- life.
u nioA. Cootaits no opiate. Tm a nt. The princely thieves are of the high-
sra e la tin a yellow package. U The whole contr has taken s a in et education in all the lines of life, and
ua substitute. So by all Dealers. teriet n this m d we of et low.down. common thieve-becauae
------ .Florida must not f4Sa thiAef is a thief, and only a tMet.-
Wa WelMS astioam society. *s Manhatton (Kans.) Mercury.
When yoau w t wood san u Phose however te r s -
81 ead y wSOO i sasget what M t 1l" tothe A*O. I'I-i" P.e
Shavig a carlot from T h SeW two e aI lucomlt P. Nih sma. .
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mUldlg, stair ralls, baiersis, porch columns, brackets. Iamats gI.
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.THL TRUK DEMOCRAT. smursr.nau cal OmeWs.
0J 0. COLLINS, Phblsher. Goverer reward and Capstatla m
ruslas D aY rpa.AT vos. Ctaa t. 1 taw Chemit,
.. aiit. 9 .uon. vo*tNo.a +
A ejlly Time. returned from the Mobile Convention of
The Kindergarten children celebrated Inter-State Cane Growers on Monday.
St. Valentine Day. Wednesday morn- He informs the True-Democrat that
I at 10 o'clock this, the fourth annual convention, was
11:roomuwer detorated with red
hearts aidthe tal lea with red camel- probably the best attended and moat
lisa. Interesting of any convention held.
The friends present received gifts of Florida was well represented, delegates
little baskets of crepe paper and valen- from all parts of the State from Man-
tines made by the children.
Miss Davis and Mhis Taturn deserve stae to Pensacola were present. One
much credit for t0e great work they of the features of the convention was a
are doing for the Kindergarten. large display of "cane tassels" from
The following program was rendered; Manatee. Few of the delegates from
Instrumentals olo Hearts and Flow other tats had seen, or even knew
era. g-HapyEvery Evening. that cane fully matures its seed and
ap "tassels" in Florida.
Sweet God hMorning Dr. W. C. Stubbs, of Louisiana, gave
Song-This is the Dolly that I love the results of his examination of Geor-
Best. gia and Florida cane fields, with the
Skip and Tag. analysis of the canes of these States,
Song The Potmandies. showing that Florida produced far richer
Song-Fly Little Birdies yields than the alluvial lands of Louis-
mong The Valentine', ana, and that the tonnage, under
German Games. proper conditions of culture and fertil-
DelSongThe Flowers. izing, was equal to that of Louisiana.
Delsart March. Valentine. Canes from different parts of Florida
Song-When You Get Valentine. show from 14 to 18 per cent of saccha-
Mrs. Clveland Will Remaln rine, with a very small per cent of glu-
.coee-often less than 1 per cent. This
In the city one week longer, owing to to a ugar maker is fully appreciated
buainesM engagements Handsome samples of syrup from
Gadsden, Jackson, Santa Ross, Walton
and other counties were exhibited.
Much general information was had.
Methods of culture, fertilizing and man-
ufacture were discussed. The papers
read by Prof. B. B. Ross, of Alabama,
the addresses of Dr. W. C Stubbs and
Prof. B. E. Blouin, of Louisiana, were
of much interest and of great value.
They will be published in the proceed-
ings of the society.
The address of Gov. N. B. Broward,
on the Drainage of the Everglades,
opening a vast field of rich tropical
sugar lands of sufficient area to furnish
the entire American consumption of
some 8,700,000 tons of sugar, only 600,-
000 of which is produced in the United
States, was the feature of the conven-
tion. The existence of uch a tract of
land, so susceptible of drainage and
culture, was unknown to a majority of
the members. Much interest was shown
in the matter and many questions
asked of the Governor, which, as he
has fully posted himself upon all the
hrasek of the subject, he was able to
redadily and satisfactorily answer.
wilh r uitless be held in Tames, where

She will give one more talk, her Wlt uca., ii its fullest maturity, anl hence
where, and ai*d to be her tauat, on Wy tte m( t ecori oninal conditions for suc-
Marriage Is. Sometimes a eailurne." At J .o.. m a.
the Opera House, Tuesday, February Itchinga Pfiles.
20th. at 3 p. m. Mr 1'hihmpsiassures
th. ad Mr. m. Iue ilhm a wo u res and If you are acquainted with anyone
the ladled the Iow e will be w. rI. No troubled with thief distressing ailment
admission you can do him no greater favor than
Mii., J. L,. Hal, ,I II .kllu,i, wa erir- to tell him to try (Cambet rla n' ,.
e FIi t i'lrnin lrg hisn'ly. Tlah sea frie.ndn It gives instant relieff, i 'r.' I.2 .. tl
Wedtne hiry per n) x. Sold by all .)ruMgrit.,.
,\eny work th, a lf rdllry turns ot mr. Hirchburg's e Mother Dead.
wIt re. r iniit lie ii- len attd at The many Tallahassee friends of Vr.
the (~omstantmne lLute. Julius ldirchburg, ympathize with h in
.Mr. and Mr. I, Ittbrhih, whi.n h a land his family, inr the de ath of
T. Fi. H.tiug e er, o Ie l.atted lo, m ither, who died in l'tIolad. lphia Wn I-
.t for hind Waline. .hany rrned sday, February 14. Mr h )ay an t,
'I ry li oliey,. ten d na irat ckemith manager of the ou Irevedo igar yo.
litel tatiatitce, ie erk (onstantd ine here received a telegram frnme i. r.
Hr usie ll o irchhur, who has een in ( hic. o
ionh. Johe Iw l.io t stand mnhi. stand Philadelphia for several d:,',
-To I, ...a nsi vfriondla 'Iu sd,y .ard WVd- Ionunclng the sad news to his 'I 'llal s-
nct1av' f t isAs w,''k see friends

with his brthe a r liute .e yed acain thi their hour of mourning for their
wiothe hbrladother Jia J r emparted loved one.
Try a little adverti irig mixde in with The factory in Tallahassee will be
your business ad no e what nr efsyet it closed until after the funeral which
will have. If yOU cln' ta tnd much. takes place this afternoon.
try a little a little is better than n.n.'.. . ......
White Oxfords, JWiWeiuards and Mr- Health
(Ira for lsdles' waistN, ote, Just arri- Means the r ability to do a good lay's
Red at R J. Evans. 4.8-tf. work, without unmde f tiogue nip to
Hon. W. V. KnHtt aind his excellent find life worth living. You cannot have
wife entertained at dinner mduesday indigestion or conallration without its
boi iecr and Mrs. l;twin d. Mr and upwettino the liver and polluting the
nse Mir. W. Wi barnoe dhami ano Mr. erand quickest relieved by ioerlia., the
hinrt Nme. ho hdqe lCrleolot or best/lder o meulotor that the world has
f.ne st.ce Gendtl ils, f ny 10, tf April 3,1902: "1 use Herbine, and find
strryed.. .- it the bat medicine for constipation
Mr. T. H. Hall, of Bradfordville. and omulateng the liver I ever used.'
was in the city yesterday and made us 5os gdatby all Druggists.
t pleasant cromi He says no clue has -eu -.n -.n--- m.--.l.p.
been secured as to the Inendiarnes who From the appnerance of things in

fine stock and all his ferd stuff de- gotten some of the blind tiger liquor
Mr. F. H. Niles, of the Ftherstone them. We are informed by "one who
Foundry ared Machine ( ompafy, arrived knows" that the Janitor hadia busy and

the Everrlades. emptied things over the building, but

Mr. F. A. Smith of the Washing weeume some official will attempt
Poe. w.ithA mth.io o the Wlh ingtn to find out and see to It that such a
P.the city and made U ,a very ple inat thing does not happen again.
visit this morning. Hr bs charge of The war between the Statee developed
the "ism department of a most va luable two men. each in his own way the most
compilation of Confederate paljrs and perfect amonr the great men of earth.
records, to every &sutlern home and Ilbrary. weakness any where--rot even the weak-
Fewea Gallons; Wears Longer. ness <(d showing cor sciouaness of h;b
4WMr. Joseph Dural, with a I.elpi. i strength. Lee was the most perfect
M.Jbusilyenledh now-dval -ith ,r"llyu%,,r- 'entlrmren among iall the great men of
busileng thed now-day roomI f erly i r- the world. Mr. Lincoln stands fore-
pied by Dr. Jerry, on Clinton street. most in broad-mindedes land warm-
Si dr rwch will be usd by heart ness. He pursued his plans re-
as al urs. tre, w hinch will be uonney ntleasly until his purpose were w c-.
Duval S r.s. as a warehouse. Ineconnet- complshed, but we know now that
tio with their large mercantile estab- thr ugh all the bloodshed d strife hi
liahment Tha believe In perslstent heart held charity for all wWzadmalse
advertise g. andl they reap fruits toward o. Th or all and sd
from It they spu r t. tas the highest f to sr t d O
doubt whether the oa mr rver make
a higher mark, -Ti.neeUnion.
iw- 0 w-ft e eal.ea Fewer gallons; %ars Loager.

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Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery

The Newest Materials for
Fanc y Work.

149 N. Monroe St.


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Whim Al ia Se. *-**** him'

A m-Mrnit of a western efty reet.
ly ae *a trip to New York. CAdng
Na h eo friend be waa askd,
with others your line, n your it
Are you setting or following te pace?"
Forreply the merchant took from his
hin* several late Issoe of his lead-
Spapers, and id: "Look at
those pepm. I will mark for you my
advet and those of my compet-
itors for three succeslve days. Judgin
from these ads, what is your opinion of
how my store stands in the race?"
After some consideration, and the use
of a measuring tape, the friend replied:
"On the showing here made-if it rep-
resents the general average for a longer;
period-your store stands first in your I
in*e in your city."
"Yes, it is true that in that showing
I us eight inches more than my next
competitor, but it is safe to estimate a
store's importance upon ths apace it oc-
cup.es in its advertisements?
"Safe enough," replied the friend,
"to make its general rule among busi-
ness men. Your newspaper advertising
is an outlet for your enterprise, and a
big enterprise requires a big outlet."
"Now, as a matter of fact, continued
the merchant "my store is still second
in volume of business done in my line in
our city. But-two years ago it was
fifth. At that time Iconcluded that I
would use as much space in our leading
newspaper as my competitor used, al-
though such a campaign seemed to be
beyond my real resources. I was then
doing less than half the business as the
biggest store i" A' :ty employing less
than half as many .rrks, occupying a
building a third as large. At the end
of the-first year I found that I had had
less worry over the big advertising bills
than I had previously had over the small
ones-and that I was fourth in the pro-
"Then I concluded to use a little more
space in this newspaper than the big-
gest store was using-and for the year
past I have been doing that. The re-
sult is that now I am a good second in
the race--and a year from now the other
man will have changed places with me.
"The other man has professed to be-
lieve I would tire of paying big for
space, but my experience is that it
seems easier to pay a bill of a hundred
dollars when there is a balance in the
bank of two hundred, than it is to pay a
bill of fifty dollars with a balance of
seventy-five. And I have found that
sufficient advertising has made a change
of about that proportion in my financial
affairs."- Lake City Reporter.


Comfort and Elegance are combined in our
well selected stock of Rockers, Easy Chairs,
Lounging Chairs and Morris Chairs. You will

do well to have a look at them if you
First Choice.


A Very Heavy Line of Fine and Medium

Furniture for Every
Startling Prices.

Room in the House at

Suits, Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,







Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly.

Satisfaction Guaranteed.


K and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
1"/ hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
S our prices will strike you as being
s'mnll. Do no harm to ask them any-
J. P. S. HOUSTOUN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.



After tl is date I will
tuAe it iels tor tamielis
leav n ,

J. D. CAY, 140 S. Adams St.
I carry the choicest livery in
the city.
My teams cannot be duplica-
ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phetons, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.
I ask a liberal share of the/
patronage of the people of Tal-
ahassee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
opei ate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
or .nuv.duals to meet all trains arriving or

To traveling salesmen esp. cially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trial will convince.
In the sal a department will always be found a good assortment of
dratt and saou.e ..r..t ..Ad muied for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
in; ior either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Come to No. 140 S)uth A ams Street, see for yourself and be con-
vinced. Number of phon ? 291.
WOWmappmqWom- ---ose- M

Neat Printing

1 ret *it- tiood impression among your
eV u rIle-,o.lentp and.helps to give your .
) t~u,'tnest. prestige.
S1 n elos NKA0 rVIOT IS aT AT AsswAma IPU r OI .


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White Mercerized Wainsl.g,

Plain and Fancy Piques, Ginghams,

Plain and Fancy White Lawns,

Percals, White and Colored Linen.





If its Mohair, Flannels, A I
or Broad Cloth, its here. /UVA tL


Kabo Corsets have no
Brass Eyelets.

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Miss Nellie Damon the lovely and kt-
tractivedaughter of Mr. Henry Damu,,
NuZORy. of Corsicana, Texas, will arrive here
Oh. memory, thy charms are sweet I Saturday to visit Miss Jessie Edmonson
Those happy days of long auo. and her other Tallhassee relatives.
How ple ant 'tia once more to reet and her other Tallahas relatives.
When twilight shadows hover low. Mr. A. S. Wells got in a big lot of
Full oft it brings ua Joy: and yet. mules yesterday, some of which he will
M et nk tie sweeter to for yeste rday .. ..
.. met. te carry with him to South Florida, where
AndReves t.hene tona notrai'ht he has senred a large contract that
And people face you n ina row will require much mule power.
With fine and pu',sest. We are prepared to take boarders at
Ah. then 'tin better to forget $5 per week. We are here to do busi-
-Washington Star. ness and we guarantee satisfaction.
^Constantine House, W. L. Strickland,
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. Manager.
Miss Kate Fieldin of Gainesville, i bCol. Raymond Cay visited his brothers
visited Miss Ethel Iol loway the first of and many Tallahassee friends again the
the week. first of the week. Mrs. Cay is slowly
Mrs. Robert E. Hardee, of Atlanta, but surely recovering from the serious
is visiting Hon. A. C. and Mrs. Croom, injuries she received from being thrown
f her parents. from a carriage to the pavement in
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. Jacksonville some weeks ago.
See J. D. Cay when you wish to buy All accounts placed with the Southern
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and
will give you the best at the closest Russell Felkel, managers, will receive
prices. 51-tf prompt attention. 49.4t
Mr. William Roberts was among his Mrs. Herbert Cassidey and her pretty
Tallahassee friends again Wednesday, little daughter, Miss Theora, have re-
smilingly and happy. He has a fine turned home from a visit to relatives at
two-weeks old son at home, and of course Talahasiee. Mrs. R. R. Burroughs
he and his excellent wife are proud of will remain until the end of the month.
him. -Times-Union, February 10.

Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Hons. W. D. Finlayson and E. L.
'ottrell were among our visitors the
first of the week. Both have many
Tallahassee friends who are always
pleased to meet them in Tallahassee.
All accounts placed with the Southern
Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and
Russell Felkel, managers, will receive
prompt attention. 49-4t
Mr. S. B. Russ stopped ov-r in Talla-
hassee again on his way back to Jack-
sonville, after a several days' pleasant
visit to Pensacola. There is always a
welcome for the Times-Union "Short-
Talks" man here, particularly so at
this office.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
The State Board of Education sold to
Judge Daniel Campbell and others, for
educatioal purposes, the property of
the abolished State Normal School loca-
ted at Do Funiak Springs. It is under-
stood that Judge Campbell and his as-
sociates will establish a Presbyterian
school. The price paid for the property
was $8,400.
If you try a meal at the Constantine
House and you are not satisfied we will
cheerfully .refund your money. Con-
stantine House, W. L. Strickland,
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.

Mr. R. C. Snipes, representative of
the G. F. & A. railroad, was in our
town last Monday, talking watermelons
to our farmers, but the farmers of this
section don't think they live close
enough to the railroad to make anything
by planting things to ship.-Gulf Coast
Mr. J. D. Cay has just received an-
other large lot of extra nice horses,
which he went and selected himself.
He can suit you with almost any kind
of animal you may wish, and it will pay
you to see him before you make a pur.
chase. 51-tf
Don't disparage the little two line per-
sonal in your daily paper merely be-
cause it isn't about you or some mem-
ber of your family. There are others,
and the "personal" that makes you
tired because it isn't, about you or some
member of your family may be of mo-
mentary interest to some one or more
of those many "others". The news-
paper isn't published to cater to your
tastes alone, but to a great variety of
newspaper appetities.--Live Oak Dem-
When in town call at the Constantine
House. We guarantee the best 25ec
meal in Tallahassee.
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 36-tf

Capt. W. C. Croom returned h
the lrst of the week after an ol
business visit to South Florida.
All amounts placed with the
Colleotlng Agency, Bradford Byd
Ruassel lkel, managers, will
prompt attention.
Mrs. N. M. LonW visltir nw
and her manygirood friend.
now with W. R. Wilson at the old
I have fifty thoroughbred
Hens. Can furnish Eggs for
$1.00. J. M. Forbes.
After a pleasant visit of
weeks with Judge and Mrs.
Miss Vida Knight loft Monday for i
ticello to visitN Miss Mamie Mays.
Legal Cap Paper, 8c. per quire at
J. Evans'.
Something new in Tallahasee
swell 26c meal. Constantine Heo
W. L. Strickland Manager.
Those ladies who listened to
Cleveland's lecture at the LeonHk
parlor were highly pleased. Mrs. C(
land i a lady of fine peronait
she is doing a great work. The
of the city and vicinity will have as
portunity of hearing her lecture ag
Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the opera hoowt
Cottages to rent. Phone No.8. 4.

You have been wanting Jacksonville Suburban Property-Buy It NOW.

At $50.



At $50.

The Great Railroad center and Natural Factory Site of Greater Jacksonville.

SSeven minutes from the City Hall and Bay Street on Magnificent automobile road.

If I had money to invest anywhere In

the United

States I would

Invest it in Jacksonville Surburban Property.

Henry Watterson.

Jacksonville has been growing rapidly during the past three and four years, and she continues to grow rapidly. As the city grows the suburb
gradually becomes the center and suburban property enhances in value. What is the suburb today will be the center a few years from now. Suburban lots
which sold for $100 four years ago are worth $500 to $800 today. You could be worth a competent fortune had you invested your money in Jacksonville
Real Estate four years ago. The same opportunities exist today. History is repeating itself. If you buy now you will see your property enhance in value
as the days pass.

:.* ""' GrandjPark is in the very center of what will some day be the Great Factory Section of Jacksonville. Right at Grand Park the Atlantic and
East Coast Terminal Company is constructing terminal facilities which are to cost nearly a million. Included in this is a large repair shop which will employ
a large force of men. All passenger trains entering the city from the north and west pasi Grand Park both coming and going. All freight trains to leave
the city of Jacksonville are to be made up at Grand Park. The lots at Grand Park are being offered at only $50, and on terms within the reach of all. $3
down and 25 cents a week will buy one of these lots.

The Jacksonville Development Company will Positively increase these values 25 per cent in ninety days from Feb. 15.
Ten per cent of all sales is to be applied to improvements, such as grading streets,
planting shade trees, etc. .

The Sale of these Lots will commence at 9 o'clock on the morning of February 15th.
Positively no Lot Assigned Before that Date.
If it is not convenient for you to see this Propertv we will be rlad to make a selection for you and will assign you the verve

IW rFres Freem!
The Jacksonville Develo
buld free of charge for ev
A mesr of a lot. according
eeived at its oai., a oott
than $O00. This meam a
two hundredth, fonr hud
eight bhundrdit, te., pu
the luky purchaser.

best lots unsold when your order Is received. Send us the order at once, using the attached blank.

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age to cot nt I Sir: :-Enclosed findl...... for Airst
free to RA ".....A Slow in Grand Park, whichyS
sxI J. T. oBERNARD SON, Local Agent. if on thebas sofs.ca
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TRU DDOOT. .TMoney W at m-.L Menum1-11101r mi m o9 1at. I 1j1Wir
.........The Mis Metropol s, of the 12th, sply graph gI2t.- Ma@ th&I hal m bi ever am.
U IID. T T. P u* lhas the folowlle: r Standard Oil o ts to mo r=et work our of afe w from kM y s wr
Is John D. RoSkefelr,8tan il tate Railroad Comma Ion, the Ocai l a dder misil o ent
EVUTfY rIDAY MOaNING. m to andthe ridebt man in the Banner Mys: dof I.Ts, both paIste l heeSt mr St
SotThse whodcm to know the "Yes; but this s not eqa toqns athe andma ire and a t erKiny' w r~l -Phred tA k. i
.. b. wI n, .tha t=.. ,-freight rates.Aitr Itr s not =t in m lvele _y. bred in std otho de
o trouble e d .be taken to sove M that e Sfll not tral tl. otr i 3 merchant. Ith te o Ma old G po r d woued felo tg. Is oaid th v lor mbed
that the orth r ion oft ante- Palm Hotel, thouh tS he bhg note t a not I em op m h.Le S efl, r -sa p uWn 1, m o Mo otmnare r tdur noat w t ghmein

festive these of Mardi Graes are tered i d c er anis tas e inae ianc t o not Teas, to e a ommo brize r f e o Yo c r ne m ly bl ln *in
at band n Pensacola. In fact, one hotel people deny his ane there. n We repe o rt no k e t o ar in nf- tu y i ed f withe pa t le tulone barrel t eat biould ar
rm e on every hand that every A en leman. who claims to have rates nor lower- Oreight rate. We tat@ gianud akn kldnweytrotble or y6ears dilwmeinhta ca vdl Icemad threw&d
onel meet the rei area dythor- e n k r. Rockefeller a number oft tim kin for a square dl. We don't said af a tere aell two bottwI of h veG draya policma dwe alled

teurt e the v sy of ping i o f his o "on Rockefelleranu e of the se want the spigot stopped t t up4f the bung Kidhe yCureIMte Ho ot tha brenete oth. ta
1br Sothe rnseasonof mi rtsnd th ro- Id toatMy:II Rokefeller want ieet th mo e ies to v lef t o p a tn with id Sne l aur oi eersze pbetterG anri- oha Ier clthing olte'as w hate thd was
Sry Southern season o mirth onwell by eight and saw him in the lobby hole i. to be et open. th com e for tw t yas althong am now e9 f ored for timhoe hat the lady wuen
er .a:e.. otl of the Royal Palm Hotel this amorninge Wte, ertllycon e aur In thlas. renght yes old. Sold by a elt n lerse have t o return to the pa tr in the ra
cth ef the anve cca5ifof no I cannot be mistaken in the identy of rates a bec rome a h so t e eU t gr asms. ct Tarra e iton are no edha
ady ths year until the 26th and27t the man unless he has a double, and signify icanceof recent years in this coon- ed r o e a r a ful rrel oetume, whh wort uld ihaie
t an evidences of the approaching I othat tunotthink ribl try. It makes and unmake towns at The Tamps Times says there were recalled the old hoopkt days had e t
ve;- of King ar 'scus reignt which A report was am current on the pleasure; dwarfs or promotes the in- some lively dong i the neighborhood been on the ini e ad of theoutside

Sbres the a nBven onaed midtes io "tedn f haten that e k rnew tn i ay Tof rei te mutno t 1 great mint ot i e a been isi yelo aae.
ibracen th e above-named ae crop street that Mr. Rockefeller was in the dustrial life of a community with des- of Manuel Garcia's pop lar Grand O A- of her clothing ItFl said that the men
t here, there, an everinr r throne city, but no one seemed to know its ori poetic power, and holds the commerce of mental restaurant, on lSeventh avenue, of Ybor who have had troublein en-
ry prchi ance ien trollingh r t, htn he gin, or from whence or when he came. a State in subjection hardly less than Tuesday morning, as a result of which forcing the "obey" platform in the
.ll d bf th grader, i on i e ora ce Ports from the North state that absolute. n some of the States, nota- there is a panic among the famous cat- marriage ceremony are now getting
Already....... -th ra -c'- l y I Mr. itockefeller is travelling incognito; bly in Texas, the commission has sized rats of that sectionof Ybor. quick results merely by tinkling bells in
wmmo li tnren blended with the na in the South, but how and where no pressed its power to the limit in an ef Naturally, in view cf the palatable the neighborhood of their "better
oe boraritc beginning torPee one knows. A t ew idays atgo a travel- fort to curb the rapacity of the roads food at all times served at the Grand halves."
am tieneath thea eavesof buildings a in ,, man a, erted that he knew the ,inthe matter of freight rates, but not Orient, Mine Host Garcia has been a.. ..d
e business district to remind the resi- ut Millionairewell, an statedthat much rood seems t o have been accom- Itroubled with rats of every size, partic-n Prating Foley's Hone and Tarit.
sit an straner i it, t the f'celorration e a ,e, he re West hotel, i pushr ,t for the railroad companies, ularly large ones. Accordingly, in the Foley & Co Chicag, origin a a ted

Mar l dipGarast.yinpato on the yeato tieno ad eineh s cLta eygWes thel ,o and hafl o ne hei en ther pret of M buelin doe W. L The geurin a
Mard (ras in i'ensaisyea this yar wheree he ho eaten at a next table whi yielding obediene in minor mat- hope of ridding the place of the pesky Honey and Tar as a troat and lung
Son a gra r, more elaborat,. At t heane tim a strange tears, uch as building and repairing de- animals, he caught five in a trap and remedy, and on account of the great
ore artistic scale, an d in a m ore n- carried in Key W t harbor pots, have drawn the line at any inter- immediately adorned them with tinkling and re a
siath vein than ever before.n Al- s di t he cmate tht he meddli ng with their freight rates, and bell. which resulted in a grand stain- merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
andy the Siirit of anticipation of the' f. an b oad to e r tre ,r and Tar man y imitations are offered for
an don e N I e ho this e tirue t i r rt tat e ais courts have frequently been enabled to motion was heard among the rat tribes tion have similar sounding names. Be-
Sw ho will participate in the two, ,nou.w in Miami is strngthaen tied ,by the reverse the commission ann have their in every part of the building, and no are of thn l he e e wh
emirth o statement of boatmn that a strange n way. To cure the monstrous evil great amount of time elapsed before neand Tar is in a yellow package.
ng Prisocu' gn' e em to have es- yacht arrived in the lower bay yester- of freight rate discrimination the lowerSeventh avenue was literally swarmed n nd T i a ll
the city's confines, fot n every ayShe i said to be schooner rigged house of congresss has just passed the with them, all bent upon migratin to Askor it and refuse any substitute

vlnar, tr ain .. ..s .n the Mday sto aait d a bueingchonw er tgen tt i t bt r fo cough he se and
d, ro m the t andtgr ph, anquies a er or obtin- a gl os t o he *. a o
all, and by telegraphnq esfor ac but none of the party came ashore so Hephburn bill, and if the Senate shall other places of calm and rest. Be inh d remedy for coughs and
modsition ae puring in to thne ho- far Is known, though it would easy rat ifJ y its work there will be an end of theother rats came those with the bells, colds. Sold by all Dealers.
a nd b oarding houses of Pensacola. enough to doe so without attracting at- the injustice. We know little about every tinkle of which brought forth
a socety- the city that's swell tion.n r a the efforts of the Florida Commision squeals of fear and more strenuous ef- When in Tallahassee we wish our
rd the societythat ison't swelol-IsagoS r i. to make just freight rate, tut it is forts to annihilate time up Seventhae- country friends to give us a call and
en sthng p rteronaity, ofbthequete warud Miss J tcksrnvi olle lheft shWednesday reasonable to suppose that it ha. given nue. The famous piperof Haamlin town try our 25c meal. It cant be duplica-

on m arne to be i maeys on in to Masnnic a business s holegehen tPoe
laa and ha done its best in te premises. he seen the result of Manuel's ettle W. L. Strickland, Manager.

Pdnsa"ola har awayin ed frpo m herle- attend o evrtinra oatlleges thenar to j
of the merch ant, banker lawyer or obtain a good psitiroadn. She in s a good Tosay less would beetotimpeachthe scheme.
or who will reign there attaractions King us yun la an carries th conscientious fidelity to duty of the One monster rat to which a bell had Notice to Creditors.
Us, u hr the director whiles of her many Ila- mmer of the commissionLive Oak been attached took refuge in a manhole monHE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF
One, and possibly two, of the vessels hafsee fI'-iridt-s. I)emocrat and stood men, boys and dogs at bay for T Henn J. Richardson. deceased, having been
the coastfuadrong a of the Atlantic h e ,a-ll some time. A blazing piece of paper iuuireted by the ad nisntrator. ll penrons hav-

ate that there will be the lrgent at- in claims awintidtte are hete for material, labor or Suadon of the Navy will e in T th uic f you need unwa finally thrown into the hole, and s topperanlethe with theountte Jud of
haror toconvoy the "royal yacht Mr. F. M. f ure it hast vel hikicycle repaired call a result terror again reigned on ev of Leon county Florida, on or before March 7t
the harbor mouth to the city docks, second-hand Furniture and (;.lw ral o e-r a yenth avenue, the suwealing oneofrats be. li t. A. WHTFLD, e.
toadd their battallihe Wof akie f iair Shops to the rsineornss.n the corrr arat the (onstantine in added to by feminine screeches, south) enable us to uarant. 1 emm.
marines to his rnsjesty's military i the Masonic building, where he is .r .-
de from ubl the land pier to the erin bargaining l in his line. a nis required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of
lace, at noon on the 26th. where he repairs. Guris, iLx'ks, Trunks
Pensacola. oh allkened from her and most everything that needs repair-
twhile somnolence; Pensacola isnno in Call and m,, him at his new place:
er the lethargic ongld town that it outrnes. a railroad mre than
lewriont to be in clays gone by Pen-ear efo- lat.
Ia is a city now; tsoup todates alive, Where Railroad Earnings Go.
nsely alive,uand the spirit whiih is Where d.i railroad earnings ll to- We
ting this year's magnificent Mardi' hear a gret dealnowadays about how (Incaid rat.ed.)
Spar ades and mother attractions in- much they amount to each year. Tio
init to a Mrdi Gr carnival judgemotivey what somre perules laidople say aboby te city.ut iWe solicit your business.
oHe invigorating to the stranger, but and thi .yer int the rockets o oldA ND BU ILDE
cine. Price fusc. GuaInteed d>y nw director. while really the. money.

atruggi.ts ,.nnto th. track for w tCidgelO Sals, LDER S
Notwit standing all vi.nce now in- tat a road earns in ai s tate supplies and ac
dte that there will be the largest at- to that State f.r material, labor ir cliv- And Deoers in
Ltte Eofstrangbeth dauhr to witnessMr. idndh tlWe. hear bout the hundredsnt of
rs yA. Dickeants and ta ie i'n her hired tricks. ya itf dollars thebrailroads take in 1
th two reaysrm f frolickn seve furl d reays othever tproper to think what amcomunt-
r. ar under w y that willow popu lr mer it all (o f ur.se it rmanen't all stick H A R D WA R E-

hpe toi seehim up and stirring about (' th I cket osth rail Everythin New and Upto-date In Machinery and Type, the Bestw
obly promrde fia traeverybpsy were at y i itis te am. i pwr'' l)oors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experience of 35 years in the Building
ona last weekd of tryin to ell Mr. or indutriet s s rell eight labor k tor teril K (tn years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarantee,

an Brunt ood's in thiir seial inen, ito the roads. I The money wyw ent partly

r The neededany. into the (Kkets of the men working W orlS*
Snote great activity n th va- r t r and partly to the maker, an for all that is required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of
s far msrve, Ia., of all useful,, num, of, by the ri ar and tool, the
So writes: "Two years a KR rey s ke y i r aeyt. COLLINS JOB PRINTING OFFICE, one Bld ,
the ol d mral fene ir marked A ring, mt for iljurie t o prisons and ro- CALL P NE SE AND P L U MB I N G
hierh I would even wire f rnc i have been, rty. Advertising, printing, l paid
not take n letric of t arden nee trt on th bts of the r nt roa a as this s a pa't f the Building Busines we ar2 in a position to furnish the latest improved
Iredish of states al tilit. r in it in other word, m oivun cost sanitary go and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
ae Itnes will stomac'hn iver to $1,IIK I l e; I taxes t uk $plus leftvr
At Bethp Weak, last unday thee w t the yilyThis that and p cmaars an repairs to Lold
Sun. ay school Guar the onbyre all $tion (ockhi 1t onlt (N).N or .74 ud
r .small wer cint of the track for ridges. and 2 rails,
Uncle Billy ws. ts anDickyd ball hi h pr ast. building to t cot $1),lO
little Elttabeth daughter part of lat D Mr., h shop toolhr cent noThe rent of

S another now 'I his in a bonck inh hir en nI inktains and kspt in samind the P r
ht fcrearm broken several clays ulg,. Other rlorolerty and equipment amount-
r. It. F VanBrunt our popular mer p.Il tc,$44.$NI4, %,,. Permanent improve- -- -
ntis confined to his bed by a severe menit called for $41,tor() (NN) TheseSex-
tack oif pneumonia. l)r. Strickland is penes, amounting in all to $1,:&17,0,0. See John U. Collins About Your Job Printing I
vinil him medical attention, and we-'i,,,, than two-thirds of the whole in-
pi t1,o see him up and stirring about cm,,n e %it' the railroilds, were an caessarend a achinery and Type ,,the2.-s

mt another now 'I his is a black IcinnY ,i iiny husinc'ss and keeli in mind these t

he got him from Judge H. I. ,vide nds don't go only into the pockets D. F,
epklrs of Thomanville. of the big railroad men. Railroad stock J. J ef re ll
Mr. O. 0. Ames, our honorable tax is owned by a good many thousand peo. rIJ
seeing taxes. Iple' like the rest of us, not rich, some- WELWRIGHT and BLACKSMTH.
Mr. A C. Dickey, of Grady county, time dei ending on the return from PhylCl 4
3g., has the largest and nicest lit of i their railroad holdings for a living. I A M MITEE
mured hog meat that we have seen in Anything that hurts the earning power SUr3Ol......
,ears, and he raised It himself. of the railroads and makes them less General Repair Shop.
m.. able to pay dividends will hurt these thee. E a spect Horse Shoe by an ex-
per 51Ieasmesa and SkIk 1ead ooC1e people a great deal worse than the big Horse Shoeing by an ex-
Take Orino Laxative Fruit Surup. It capitalists the rate regulators are gun- pert who has had years
pweetens the stomach, aid digestion ning for with so much fuse. offmee a led salte6 "T ea of experience. . .
d ats as a gentle stimulant on the "-Dlia- Mlej. .I
or and bowels without Irritating th ee
aS. Orlto Laxative Fruit nip This ailment is usual caused by T I S ULSR S FAVWiS TSOM.
Sbillouness and habitual oni rheumatism of the mua esand may2 0 1 I el e. wmm pOAo of tAe pable
Does not nauseate or pe ai us be cured by applying Chamberlain' a ToCl* Rg T V To CaD ammees Mva5speo0"T SIT
S pleasat to take. remember Pain Balm two or three times a day -' ai aMe IsgI* e el ted
SBame aom to rubbing the 3ioosyat 10=ZIs W..6i00MNtI.om aian waraia.
bethtut, hid Dalleie"s. tior dod$ FOR8ALBY DYALL8DIUGGITS. <
If set am .t isd with the last p with ain Plm. SaI q
done easeargu rat bd t sW tsof"to fellow. Somby M ae's llHaft.eea s.p Fla atoerh y half pries at RS..
g E' jjf at

ILEUn 13max -lmw looklew


Wal tate fmads at the close of
w Jamary SI, 1906:
levI m tad ....... $81.=t.10
l shooltax fud .... 11,918.2
m tax fund .......... 0,17.81
Board of Health fud. 57,107.82
pal.of schoofu ad..... 850.92
t of school fund-----...... 84,184.87
f State convicts fund. 70,656.71
war claims .--------........ 25,000.00
at of Seminary fund. 8,181.26
iltural College fund ,224.11
iment Station fund.... 65,008.44
College, Morrill fund 7,506.64
d Col le, Morrill fund 7,186.45
rsity oflorida,Gaines-
donation fund........ 40,472.22
a Female College, inci-
Sfund --...--..--..--------858.19
da of college property
-----........-- ...- ... 4,607.18
d Normal School, con-
ent fund.-------------- 168.08
*aity, incidental fund 721.09
iment Station, incident-
nd .................---------. 263.52

rdia Hospital for Insane,
re loss fund.------..----


W. a mCAv.


under the ws orida uner thUe tleoaw
Ped charter:

The name of the eorpo rat
-e Iron Works. its princip
Florida: its bsines shall
State of Plorida any other
states. or foreign country.

The general nature of the biness shal be: To
buy, se11l, ptouce and manufacture saw mnsa, to.
comotivea. engines boilers. or any part therf,.
and machinery us every kiod. ftpilrn, a"MI.
boba v inr do edetal o ft r&ViWinl 4W .
facture any article or eosmdFlty fromsuceh
material's, and to do a eera1 aro foundry
business; to buty sell. Las and mortge
lands situatted i the State of neide
any other s8t. et t t he t ftat 84
ow I prmoe or advance tllttag Mt**d
corporation: to subscribe for and purchase ell. or
make advances on stocks or amurities of other
corporations whenever to the Interes of maid cor-
portion; to receive payment ftothp capital stock
*ubwenbe4 for in t Mi y or IO mpgrtyd-
sted 1 sthe State &ufsiaaer awr ?theu at t
the United States, at a Just valuation, to be fixed
by the Board of Direetors; and to do all things and
have all rights allowed by the lawsof Florida. nee-
essary or to its Interests.
The capital stock shall bho twenty thousand dol-
lars to be divided into two hundred share. of one
hundred dollars each, ton per cent thereof to be
subscribed and paid for before the corporation
shall transact business. All or ay pat threof
may be parable in. er used -Un ^ kAe 11W
cha of. any roprty, a aut valuatIon, to be
fixed by the Board of Directors at a meeting to be
called for that purpose.

A Mystery Solved.
'How to keep off periodical attacks
of'biliousness and habitual constipation
ws a mystery that Dr. King's New
Life Pills solved for me writes John
N. Pleasant, of Ma;ola, Iad. The
oNly pills that are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction to everybody or
money refunded. 25c at all Druggists.

The term for which said corporation shall exist
The lu Dsment shall be ninety nine year .
The Jacksonville Development Co. v
In this issue of the True Democrat Its business shall be conducted by a Prsident.
appears the advertisement of the Jack- Vice-President, Secretary. 'reasurer. and rd
sovile Development Company, which of Directors. The offices of Secretary and Treas.
sviurer may be held by the mye pew. The nsum-
is placing on sale its Grand Park sub- ber of Directors may be hanged b by-laws, but
division. at no time to be less than three nor more than nine.
SThis sub-division is one of the most The Board of Directors may appoint other officers
Thissub-division is one of the most or agents, with power and terms, as provided by
promising pieces of suburban property by-laws. The Directors shall be elected by the
in Jacksonville. It is between the city "wOihomi at es annual mensg ael other
and what is known as Grand Crossing, or vaancia supplied by them an time. Annual
is on a magnificent hard surface road meeting of the stockholders ahail b held on th
only seven minutes from Bay street and first Monday of April, each year, at the offle
Sthe cityhall in an automobile, and has is DW I" &Myb
the advantage of being right at the the same day immnediatesy afthe tae saeetl of
great railroad terminals and factory the stock-holders. a afore said. Theaub n
sits of the iy of Jksville. Eo incorporators shall meet on the first Monday of
sites of the city of Jacksonville. Every April I0W6. at the office of the company. at Talla-
train entering the city from the North hassee. eleven o'clock A. M. for the purpose of
and West passes Grand Park, and every adopting y-Law nd isiig the first amueal
freight train which will leave the city as t.n. Until the osae ed at thepl it
will be made up there. The railroad annual meeting shall be qualiaed. the business of
companies are putting in large railroad said company shall be conducted by the following
Sa n oers: Raymond Ca President, .. A. Jones,
repair shops, and there are a number of Vice. President, W. H. RuSeley. Secretary and
great manufacturing enterprises near Treasurer. Raymond Cay., E. A. Jones and W. H.
by. It is a most desirable proposition, Ruseley. Board of Directors.
and at $50 and the terms offered it is v'
one of the best offers made during the The highest amount of indebitedness to which
past year so far as Jacksonville suburb- 'eith oPo "l at asis"b t l ti
an property is concerned., v
When it is considered that $3 cash The names and residences of the subseribing I t
and only 25 cents a week will buy one corporators together with the amount of capital
of these desirable lots, it can be seen sock subscribed by each are as follows: Raymond
what an opportunity is being presented C'yr. Jacksonville. Fitorida. 6 shares. EL A. Jones.
a lhassee. Florida. 66 shate. W. H. ituely.
in this proposition. Tallahases. Florida. 66 shares and the remunamin
ih p oifive shares to be hbold and owned by said Company
Hon. N. A. Blitch was among his asTreasury stock to be sold by it.
Tallahassee friends again yesterday. RA.NDo.CAY. I
E. A. Josm .
Capt. S. K. Causeaux, one of Wa- w. H.1kUGgLsY.
kulla's prominent citizens spent a few STATK OF FLORIDA. I
days in the city this week. county o0 4un.
Before me J. E. Perkins a Notary Pauhlie of the
Mr. Fred A. Hardee has been visiting state o t'kurka da at arge m erp s appe ard -.
his home folks and friends at Madison mond Cai. 3. A. Jones and w. d. Reeler,. to as
this week known to be the pasomus deartued in ad who
this week.aned the foregoing instrun ent. and several
All those who went to the Opera acknowledge that they sniged it and executed as
House Monday night were delighted for the purpose stated.
In witns whorf i have hereunto set m i
with 8i Plunkad, which was played by and e.la, easl thissth day o ebreary
J. C. Lewis and his excellent company. J .o. r. PiasaNa.
Notary Public. btat u 'iorida at Larwls.
Governor Broward and Captain R. E. My ommurion ,,xpiae Feb. 1910.
Rose returned Saturday from Mobile
where they attended the Southern In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
Sugar Cane Growers' Convention. Both dicial Circuit or lo ide, in and for
the Governor and Capt. Rose are enthu- dlcai ircu o ll in dn anr for
siastie over the convention and on the Leon Couity-In Cfancery.
subject of sugar and drainage. A. H. Mason. Conmplaeirai.t,. vA. M. an ninaki
adminfitratoxsr nel tn atte of Char .
Mr. G. G. Gibbs drove up to our of.- d ecesad. ..d SBalan avta Juosp. Dn
fice yesterday and presented us with a Lemuei W. uavai, Frances t. Lavis. vrhar t
large crocus sack of turpentine drossa .vds, tace A. eEa, ... E ,en.aGeorge
kindMags, which beats anything we uer ths atm oI tie ob.t usi .oraera. i.
ever faw for making a are quick. Sete fts. tt.
him and secure some of it e is&s sup. fho seetsady ,f .t, amhrinant a n thiat i
'.- .... ...ri h n sd i ^ld lner*nan fdlvit t1
lying his customers at 50 cents per he ttee at toben.- uitet tiat the detenmdi
k.. Suarah k.. savis. JuoeIn isavis. Lemuel W. AlI .
Jr dances L. Leavs, i .ars k.. eDavi., Houra
T ladies of the Woman's Club of L t*vuem, aim uorme va awnd the Ban
Tall alsee are preparing to produce Thuomrnvie are each and ai resaidnts of a
the .'auing ...a "Mrs iggs of l otetr thar. the State of Florida. vat: cl the d
the aa n g t I ,f or. a.am nsat tne renedence i,, the the bage Patch, at an early date. Giant. Joespn isavsLa s. tue t, ef Me on, tn,
The e doing good work in improving ate uf te jgiria. andi tiat tie roesMiene. uof
and piny to beautify and keep clean deekn.ed*b..' Ia r l w. iarip, la*mue w.
and t tour'sttqtu and. tlru. and rn..v 0.. Lsa"o. o-n srgoarWea t ior
sho be encouraged every way posi- .',avan,.ah. in Stae oi f, a .6 adT that
ble. *.he (late ti f ftPlay w,^ 1WrVyn, ,,oi r nw
late nd they wto doubtebet .rWeyk c.
with full house tia w.,r i |.soi ,un in uoe State of f
.J r ^.; i t .f ew v .. .. t slX'l e a tunpmsna upon whom would i
D Goodbread, ne of the phy- aid dein ,r any of themand hat he

Miss I.ouia K. Bannerman is li at atheI L w. vi. rrA-es L. Deavi. Phari L. .
home of hr aunt, Mrs. W. F Robert- LavaeIt. aJ a.iA. avasarer aslpetively under
.0a0 i ul |tlw i& -UIrIe year. au .l deterlsant.
*son. ratk of 11l nedlville., s a corporeaM n uwider Ute
Mrs. L. 1 Cleveland of California, .a motrthe ta o L.-.t.o bf...
lectured at Leon Hotef Parlor Tuesday court thae tm aewndarsn. Sarh -. IMvas Joseph
afternoon at 3 o'lock, sto r .- ^ S p" Dap. 'Pharia
tive audience of Wladf o *e*s* I*av*
her lecture was "Wonl tft doa to t bon1 aNor. t thl diay oat
Gifts-Health and Beauty. 'V 4M Aitr. lA i14AJf. : slkad. t that aer be pub-
Cleveland is a lady of rare intellect and sh e' True Dmorat. a wspape
dileu Ah pumbshd inthe city of T Talahaae. uce a wes

Mrs. Wmn. Rouse, of S lbppy,
s*leaIlmyB ii thr c k-rst
child got some saodw In he
it to inflame,
*h might botet

a" nmo... ..t.. l
SIf you would Saemd to tSa yo
"mut advertil. That's Diam as the
feet that two and two makef te1.

4Wm ftmosasomM m l hk tomwmslft.
-,mufWbp fuihoDwwmaste primary.ow
shal be my

To the Dow@=** Tof lat= Ommty:
we oaeds a~

'1 the Vad lash alatv:
I beareaby mouese myeast a a candidate for
member to the Hsise of Rpresentative from
Leon oenaty in the next General Assembly, sub-
Ject to the action of the Democratic Primary.
Repecttflly. A. S. WauL.

& tl:1n tbsubjet
to the action of the Demoratic Primary.
Mm"nr CmIR. B
To te6 a D:oe EtsrVownf iAon Cqutyt
T16Mnyfl 1L.*Ai Walker announce
him ass cadto ftr of Reprsent-
tives in the coming primary.ND
MaNY FaI.No..
I .tcDemoerati V j f aoa Cosaty:
mambarJ te oJ f nty o= = oners
during the preseut term, as a conscientious and
faithful eicals of that Board. at the solicitation
of a number of frisds, I have deemed to eat, r

Thanking o a their upp ,
I am r spefully, JOHm C. OOn.
To the Democratio Voters of Leon County:
I =tk isatetdofannooneing that I will be
for t onr for dis.
trict No. 1. of Laon County. I pledge myself, f
elected. to work for an economical administration
of finance of the county.
Respectully R. 0. JOMNuON.
To the Duemocatic Voters of Leon County:
Having served two terms as a member of the
Board of County Commikioners for Leon County,
at the solicitation of a number of friends. I take
thi n to announce that I will be a candidate
Satfrndidtri No. 4t subjectt of course
to the aeion of the Democratic primary. Thank-
ins one and all for their support. Respectfully,
I hereannounce myself a candidate for County
C'****la so nwtaDisrsct No. .
For Scheel Caala eFr e0 BMstrlet No. 3.
To My Many Friends In the Democratic Party of
Laon County:
I heroby announce myedf as a candMidato for
School Commilmoner from District No. 8 of Leon
county. Thanking you for your peat support, I
hope to receive the same in the future.
Respectfully. DAWeon BOATWmIONT.
Coewdse a.e l AaaeUaemat.
I beseby announce that I am a candidate for
Coknres in Third Congressonal District of
the State of Florida. subject to the Democratic
primary that will be held in 1906. And I shall, if
elected, work unceasingly and vote for:
Ist. Appropriations for the improvement of the
various bays, river and harbors of this congre.-
sional district.
.L I shaleme the reduetonof the South'*
rprmntation in Conrrme@.
*fl. I shell do all that I ean to have free ura
mail delivery etablished throughout the strict.
4th. 1 shall endeavor to have a thorough solo.
Ieal survey made in each county of this district for
the benefit of farmers and all concerned.
6th. I shall work for the proper advertilomer,
of the State and its re ourcee, and encourage th.
Investment of capital.
6th. I shall work to place Florida on an equal
footing with the leading States of the Union i.
education and industries, and the various progree
sive developments that will be beneficial to the
7th. I favor the increase and extension of the
commercial relationship of the United States upon
an equitable basis with the various nations and
islands of the world, in order that the farmers of
the South may find a ready market for their cot.
ton and other products at paying pries, and that
the manufacturer may find an outlet for his sur-
plus manufactured products.
The above are a few of the many things that I
favor and expect to work for itf elected.
JaIrtasoN D. BrSTamPa.
Ferecle Sale.
of foreclosure rendered on the 14th day of
June, A. D. 1904. by the Circuit Court of the ee-
md Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for the
county of Laon. In Chancery sitting. In a certain
cause penadln therein, wherein James W. Ferrell
s complainant and Anthony Hicks and Louisa
icks are defendant. I will ell at public outcry
before the county court house door. In the city of
Tallahassee. In aid county of Leon. to the highest
bidder for cash. on the 6th day of March. A. D.
906, the same bing a legal sale's day. between
the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m..
ill the following described lands. to-wit: That
part of lot 109 in the south half of the county
quarter of said city. to-wit: Begin at the north.
ast corner of said lot and then run west 6 feet,
hen south 170 feet. then rast 0 feet, anid then
north 170 feet to the place of birinning. according
o H. S. Duval's plat of said city; said lot nstuate
n said city and purchased by said Hicks from W.
F. Quaile and wife. Purchaser to pay for deeds.
Special Maiter in Chancery
eO. A. EtimMoNnMoN.
&lliciltr for (''omplaineant.
n the Circuit Court of the Second .Ju-
dicial Circuit of FIlorida, in and for
the County of Leon In Chanct ry.
ames Stratton. I(,,lwrt ;. 'F,.rrell and Anth(ny
Vauuhn. a, "rrmildws .,tf i'lhmie Im urnrm, N<>. 24. kroiihht, of ythi, ,. et'onplairant. v.
Jaest W4warda. Pefeoid rI>.
The sid Jam M wari ., tf.fendeant, Ie, arnd he-
i hereby reju redato ap r then bill nf .on-
lairit heirin in r th fay of March, reit. *and
is ftmther dwe that this order he putuhsshed
nce a week fre ur suices.e.ve wve H in TI.-
V'wekly True rt, a .e<'wsipie'Ir i',li,',e il jt
Watne. Henry T.y lkl.. Clerk of *l*! (Ourtv
nd the sal th rof, thin J day of Februar,:
. D 190.
(La.1 HENRY T ETLKEL. Clerk.
ltest: Atru eopy.I
HsMaV T. ('lI.KBL.
Clerk Ct. Ct., Leon Co., PFla.
PTATsKuNT made under Re'tion s. Chapter
lla. Law of d
Shewiag the most ot asse dar ed the
aX Colater of Laon qeunmt. FkrVida. to be col.

im"t frerta.concel ser 1906/sod tim o pr

5" tof the mn e. to the ~wr eal fNO= for
have dss

Jia4-y r..* hA.' ali

e 1 a tI Co&5
We hat at th hoart
S Bt and v

products-those we ha tested
**elves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CouLLms, Grocer.










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Seaboard Agent or write


Schedule Effective November lit, 1908.

North Bound.

Nort Round.

Lv T;Ihasses, 0. F. & A
Ar Lake Jackson. G. F. A.
Ar Havna G. F. & A.
Ar Balnbrldwfe 0. F. & A.
Ar Montg emery. A. C. L
Ar Brunswick. A. C. L.
Ar Savansh. A. C. L ....
Ar Cuthbert. 0. F. & A.
Ar Maeon. C. of 0.
Ar Atlanta. C of G.



Lv Tallahesee. C. T. & G. .. l00pm 8:m
Ar lanark Inn. C. T. & G. .:46pm ... 10:4a
Ar Ca(rrabwllk C. T.A s :epm 1:10m
Ar Apalachicola. Steamer 7-0pm
Throu h tickets and quickest service to all points North anl lEast. For full information apply
to nearest G. F. & A. Ry. Agvnt, or write t.o

J. H. McWIILIAMS. (. P. A..
Ralnbridka, Ga

H. C. HNIPI. T. P. A..
Tallahaee. PFla.

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woman, yoU c:n be iie sii tr)on% enough to be:r
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yourself, by taking

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4ii mfmcram4tim" ng ef a
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Pasener Agent



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Furniture Prices.

We set the pace in

On account of our saving by

getting Factory Prices and Carload Rates we are

able to undersell all competitors.


This is an easy way to furnish your home.

We have a new and beautiful line of Chiffoniers and Odd Dressers.





are what make genuine DBTROrr STOVB WORKS fuel savI'n
Jewel Stoves and Rang.e
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prices, we know we can satisfy you, and ask you to call and satisfy
yourself. We sell and recommend Jewels.


Fence I

If you Intend to do Fenc.
g, it will pay you to see
me before purehtaing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fen v, and know it to lee
the very
BBST and
Can be built for leu than
l ceats a Rod.

The tax books for the canent year
are Bow a my pomn and I am

Dealer in Light and heamy
Hardware, Paints ind Oils.

as an Ideal Hunters' a ta t be
surpassed 4 miles soath of
Tallahassee, Fla. on the
6eorgia, florida & Alabama
(C.. T. & G. R. H.
withist Be Walktln Die a re of It* B-et
Hunting Grounds
In the South: =uail.Wld Duck and
Turkev, Bear and eer Plvti.ful.
Trains stop it
Modern Well Lq. i. H. .,,. Steam
Heated. Electric Lto,. to.ntir.g im-
mediately on tr.e Gul. Ev.r tfell(ty
afforded for Al.hin in Gul atera.
White Sulphur Sprtil. (n Hotel
Grounds with Heaed 8 immin Pool.
Round Trip Rate v:a G. & A. Ry.
selling daily, Inal lialt April Sth.
fe all ea your eaneat
S A w write Wt
J. SE. fltA l. G. P. A
6A A. ky. o, GI.

History may be searched in vain for
a parallel to the burial of Gen. Joseph
Wheeler. Never before has a man
been laid in the grave wrapped in the
tflag of his country and at the same
time in the flag of a power which at-
tempted to oyerthrow the government
of that country. The cerements of the
lamented general included the stars aud
stripes and the stars and bars, under
both of which he served gallantly and
faithfully. And such is the temper of
the American people and such the tem-
of the times that there is nothing in-
congruous in the incident. On the con-
trary, it is appropriate and instructive.
The most important point it drives
home is that the temperament of the
American people is intelligently judi-
c ial. that this people understands things
for what they are and what they mean,
and that when they profess a thing it
goes into effect. There is no other peo-
ple on earth in which an incident like
the late war between the States would
have been so soon forgotten, none in
which the union of hands, hearts and
interests could have been so soon ac.
complished. And when we look at our-
selves carefully and analyse the differ-
ence between us and the balance of the
world there i good reason for the
American people to felicitate them.
selves upon the kind of people they are.
-Tampa Times.
Comman Celm ae the Ca se*f Hay
Physicians who have gained a nation-
al reputation as analyst of the cause
of various deases, claim that if catch-
eig el be avoided a long list of
dan sr aimst. would never be
.&trbf. Every one knows that pneu.
mW and eo" ption originate from
a W and chbroic eatarrh, bronchitis,
andr all thoat and bug trouble are -
fyravated and areade more serious by
each freah attack. Do not risk your
life or take heases when have a
cold. ChambertatM Cough Rme
will eure It befo, these diamses devel-
op. This r etal no opium.
m *eor a harmful, drug ad
a tha yre seWrwNtaU beck of
M lby a Dre s tam
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