The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
April 13, 1906
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Tallahassee Weekly True Democrat was established on March 3, 1905, by John G. Collins. The "True Democrat", as it briefly called itself, explained that its name showed dedication to the "true and tried doctrines of The Old Time distinguished from...mischievous fads and fallacies of the day." Though not intended, never more true words have been spoken on newspaper title changes! Milton A. Smith bought the Weekly True Democrat in 1908. In February 1912, the paper started publishing as the Semi-weekly True Democrat . In 1913, it reverted to a weekly again under the title of the Weekly True Democrat . On April 6, 1915, the newspaper became the Daily Democrat . Frequency of publication dictated another change of title later that year when the Daily Democrat became the Weekly Democrat . Sometime thereafter, exact dates are not known, the Weekly Democrat became the paper of record for the state’s capital, and the title changed to the Weekly Democrat and Florida Record to reflect this development. If ever it was a record for Florida, it would have been a digest, since both the Florida House and Senate have maintained continuous and detailed recordings of their deliberations. Today, the same newspaper is known as the Tallahassee Democrat . Because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the True Democrat has been quoted copiously in journal articles and theses. Of particular note is its usefulness in tracking Jim Crow behaviors in the early 20th century. During this period, African Americans constituted about 80 percent of the population in Leon County, and white supremacists felt particularly threatened. The True Democrat, whatever its name, would come to influence--and some might argue, make mischief with--the State of Florida’s democratic processes and the deliberations of the legislature. While it may have shown leanings toward one party or another throughout its history, the newspaper has been affiliated with neither the Democratic nor Republican party but can be said to have exerted its influence on each.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).

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NO. 7.

Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


W's uch Leved 3 s-*werwer
rP. ei. a ag wtatte at it ftr
Th Ocea B&amwr.
It is somewhat remarkable that, not-
gsfta~igrepeated attempts, at no
^In the war between the States
U nililted States forces penetrate
Should an rtlm of Florida beyond
rae of r naval batteries. The
Iof ach attempts was
hat @ UAW Qr, which ulmi-
mated la Ihis saal at by Gen. Fine-
at Ola February, 1864. In
&UWOM Usl &a Federal cavalry cor-
Wiad w sbout 60 reached G aineso
vlA*, ad was there met, defeated and
eaptared by Capt. J. J. Dieklson with a
fre of about half that number.
The last attempt to invade the State
bWore the final surrender was made
drin the earl part of March, 1866,
by Brigadier General John Newton,
with a command, which he reports about
1000 strong. I am not prepared to say
tat such number was incorrect, but it
wa estimated bthe Confederates to
be m larger. is expedition landed
near St. Marks Ught houWse the evening
of March 4th and early on the morning
of the 6th. It was met by Lieut. Col.
George W. Scott, with five companle
of his cavalry. After some skirmihing
CoL Scott retired, and being unable to
carry off the piece of artillery, its sights

eemy made ood his retreat to the
coast sad embarked aOn the trameportI
from which he had landed. Our small
free of mounted cavalry waa sins-
cleat to inflict much damage upon there
treating foe. A detachment of Gwyn'
compeay of Scott's battalin, under
Liest. ben Burrough's, following the
retreat, came up next morning with a
body of 28 negro troops under command
of a lieutenant which had become sep-
arated from the main command, and
after skirmishing with them for some
time, succeeded i cutting off their re-
treat and capturing them. Among other
captures were two deserters from the
Confederate army who had acted as
guide. to the Fee4ral troops. These
were tried by drum-head court-martial
next day, sentenced to death, and shot
in the presencee of the troops at New-
port on the morning of the 8th. Gen-
eral Newton reports his loss as 21 killed.
8 wounded and 88 missing. Total, 148.
The Confederate loss was quite small,
8 killed and 22 wounded; total, 25.
Among the killed was Capt. H. H. Sim-
mons, of the Second Florida Cavalry, a
brave and gallant soldier and efficient
officer. Another volunteer in this short
campaign well known to the people of
the State was Capt. D. E Maxwell, of
the First Florida Cavalry, a veteran of
the armies of Northern Virginia and
Tennessee, who was recovering from a
severe wound received at Peachtree
Creek. near Atlanta. Unable to walk,
he Joined Gwynn's company, mounted,
with his crutches tied to hias saddle. He
served throughout the action and par-
ticipated in the capture of the detach-
ment above mentioned.

were knocked off and it was abandoned GEN. NEWTON'S REPORT.
a'd fell into the hands of the enemy. Gen. Newton's report, found in the
Scott retired across the St. Marks river government publication, "War of the
at N*wport, where he partially de- Rebellion," series 1, vol. 49, part 1.,
stroked the bridge, and from a breast- contain some notable errors. On page
wor on the west side kept up a fire 67 he says: "After a fierce fight, result-
that prevented the enemy from repair- ing in the complete repulse of the ene-
ivg the bridge and crossing at that my, finding that the navy could not as-
polnt. During the afternoon-Sunday, cend the river, I decided to withdraw."
#C 5th-Scott was reinforced by a corn- In his more detailed report, on page 60,
pany of cadets of the West Florida he says: "At daybreak Major Sinclair,
Seminary at Tallahassee, 65 strong, un- with two companies (B and G) of the
der command of V. M. Johnson the Second U. S. colored infantry, drove
cadet captain being J. Wesley Wetiiing- the advanced posts of the enemy over
ton. the bridge, when his further progress
Learning from scouts that the enemy was checked bya superior force of the
were following up the river, and, appre- enemy behind entrenchments. The
ending th at he would attempt to cross advanced posts" referred to were two
at the "Natural Bridge," where the St. or three cavalry pickets. This attack
Marks flows underground for some dis- was made when the Confederate forces
tance, Scott proceeded with most of his except Scott's cavalry had just arrived
cavalry up the river on the west side to on the ground and before they had
that point, reaching there about mid- thrown up entrenchments. Again on
night, and established a picket outpost the same page, referring to the second
on the bridge. attack, he says: "Col. Townsend, with
HASTENING FLORIDA TROOPS, his command, advanced gallantly, the
As soon as information of the landing enemy fleeing on his approach andaban-
of the enemy near St. Marks reach doing his breaatworka. but at the foot
ofMaj. Gthen. Sam Joynes, commanding the almost of the works he encountered a
DprGmen. of loridaJon es, h heading deep slough, impassable to troops, and
Department of Florida, with headquar- the command reluctantly retired"
ters at Tallahassee, he issued orders to The enemyn flint, as reored. ,
hasten forward all available troops. In wabtnte fleeing, as reported
response thereto the First Regiment of was but the falling back of our ad-
^m~s vanS~ ^cod pickets tohe main line;and if
Florida Reserves Col. J. J. Daniel, and Gen. Newton was made to believe that
two companies oi "home uards," con- thNewtConfeder was made to believe thatbrestwork were
sisting of old men and boys, from bathe Conederate breastworks were
Quincy and Monticello, and a section of abandoned, his credulitywas sadly im-n
the Kilcrease Artillery, under Lieut. posed uphnon of. Neither was there any
Patrick Houstoun, all under command slouh n front of the main part of the
of Col. Daniel, were hurried to the Con ederate lines. Nor is there any
f C Te write wert that tied an foundation, in fact, upon which to base
front.hi he en report of an "the complete repulse of
officer of the First Florida Cavalry, of tenmy Itwoulapertr
the Army of Tennessee, temporarily on eed, itGen. Newton iad inflicted
sick leave, joined this force as a volun- ioipee re onnhisrna
teersaide to Col. Daniel. These troo cs mpe w tereulsedton his teanmporta
debafi ed from the train on the S t.unherw cover of darkness, leaving his
Marks railroad at the "Oil Still," ne ead unburied an d par kneof, hias wounded
midnight, and at once marched about behind, and a detachment, which was
Bridge arrivings there athdatuthe captured. The Confederate troops
Brn ing the an atoday 1e fh t e wdere not repulsed in a single instance
rineinaof phen6 cnt tn e during the campaign; though it is not
alneienc fronting denied that Scott's cavalry fell back
wood which covered the Natural Bridge. before the whole Federal command of

Before such formation was completed five times its numbe- on their advance
the cavalry pickets at the front were, after landing, until he could success-
driven inby the advance of the enemy fully hold them in check, i after crossing
.!he Federals pushed forward in a vig- the St. Marks river at Newport.

aorous attack, which was aa repulsed. A Gen. Newton was also misinformed
hspiritaed fire was kept up bn both sides therefore greatly y exagg rated the
fr some time. The artillery held aef oon the CondmesW eraer fteor
ition near the center, supported by merb o confederabe toom Ate
se infantry on either side, and their eofthe first attack at thoe "bridge"
anks were hld by the cavalry.o. they numbered about atnd after the
eCbiy nrhe aavalof the last reinforcements, w hen
Daniel was n severely injured, a in e battle was Wractically over the en-
dashed against a treo re adby his e. fnohae exed
tht a pirtele wa kpt p o b tir f orce could notd havget exceene
which became unmanageable when the 1,200 The 1,000 reinforcements from
firerg commenc(d. Georgia mentioned by the general had

He remain d in command, however no existence in fact. or
untal the arrival of Brigadier General Throughout the action the Confeder-
Miller, about 9 a. imn who then assumed ate forces a considerable number of

Scommanv d. About 4the same time thew ad r abeen under fire before,
company of cadets and Dunham's bat-Iacted with great gallantry and courage

terry reach hed the scene of a action. A
desultory firing was kept up during thed aDrggem:

morning, an soon after midday tfwahe en-
ealy twed his attack in force, and,- is the essential charac teristic of men
me by a heavy fire of artillery and aid women. Invaluable to good busi-

al arms, was gain repulsed. Aftr ess men a nd necessary to housewives.
this a spirited fire was kept lup on both A woman shows good judgment when
slides. Early in the afternoon the Con- she buys White's Crem Vermifuge for
federated wer further reinforced by her baby. The best worm medicine
several companies of the Second Flor- ever offered to mothers who write ex-
Ia Cavalry, dismounted. About4p.m. pressing their rAtArmt eofor thegood
enemy firs having ceased, tehealthof their children. which they
SwritorWas plated incommandof aline oweoto the use of White's Cream Ver.
$skVirsIei.s bJ Lieutenant Colonl mif uge. Sold by all Dri~ggists.
ad WA dre=to move forward and
Ssee This wasdome,*pas- W, orebeme USra&. .
tht o rettd he hae occ uiedeb Iam now prepared to store in my
.= a=09 Ofkilled and 'som e en and dry *arvbouse sany kind of
nd Aems d be et dscm fwfurallror articleone may wish
4 16 amockid 80wasip to away for gafe keepaF
wteothersidle, a =,bstantial
~i~~rk m adum by a ftamsat the Otf At Armory Warehouse.
em l Te maib lwe was then ad- - -w-%.
a mWe adviev.te F ederabh fees For Fresh Geels'pheme W. T.
tb pemitca.Under erver *o m gt theD a m m I ftase TNo. 13 Sl


the location of the Florida University In the meantime the board met and
is charged up to these two able and lod Pmsa"ag decided that the collection of the tax,
popular jurists, and now Editor Dodd results from chronic constipation which being restrained on the landed of the
propoes to make them ete for It. In is quickly cured by Dr. King'a New Sou ern States Land & Timber Co.
the asntime, the rest of the ount Life Pil They remove all poisonous onl- could be enforced on all other
of tMhe State will come very near cast- -rms from the system and infuse new and The tax colletom of the fi ve
lg a vote for the gatIn que- e and vlgor eure sour stomach, counties named above wee, therefore.
tio, aad it is dosbul if they will eves sa, hsadsche, ds.ases mand colic, with- ordered to proceed with the collection
have any opposition. Soth Florisda is outpg or disteomfort. c. Goar- of the tax.
nale the opiaio that they an by alt druggists. (Continued on Page S)

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OUR S UPR Mt should be yeelected.-Tampa Tribune. DRAINAGE TAX
mava a--V ANo a TsaRM.
COULT JUDGES. Th primamisare near at hand and HELD UP.
it Is time the people were advising
themselves as to whom they intend to
What We nave Gatheed Far This vote for. There Is not always the in- Tafe Newspapers Advise a d Nas
ee Abet Te terest taken i cn the election f juatic be TDheir Peoi esWth
IsUe- About T-he.. of the subprme court that the impor-
The Pensacola Journal of the 5th says tance ofthe subject justifie. In a way Was the lght Thlag to be.
of Judge Charles B. Parkll: the supreme Court s eremotefro TimesUnionth: By action of Gov.
It I alwys amattr ofintet ~the people, stillit Its the fial arbiter TmsUoof5h:B cio fGv
It i always a matter of interest to the riht of the people to life, liberty N. B. Broward and his Board of Drain-
the citizens and voters to know the men and te pursuit of hapiness. Vestedage Commissioners, the collection of the
who offer for public oAffice. The subject as the court is with sueh great powers, special drainage tax imposed to cure
of this sketch is no doubt known per- it is important that only men of approve. funds for financing Governor Broward's
sonally to as many citisoena of Florida d ability, and who are in thyheme of draining the Everglades
aS ay other man in pubic or private with the rights of the lo swmbeS 'uS fnal
life within her borders today, and while chosn to execis court dr iudc ttaleneti O th.eds is
this is true, there may be some who functions. The supreme court duringatmt t mJuuwaste
would be glad to know more ofe the past three yea has done a workb ht In the United States Circuit
reer ifted Floridian and a that is a credit to the State. A few CK and M the tax collsctos of the five
brief sketch of his life and achiev-yas ago d the trial Mfae3ai te da tthe tata
moe at this time may be appr ted amounted often to a County taxes may be paid, without the
by all. monowataeisdofecit aded within mnt o11ofth 1119m tx
Charles B. Parkhill, son of Capt. "nw aaenti doe"ied within montckor b bNtt of t" ex
George W. and Elizabeth Bellamy Park- two after it is placed upon the dock*t 7U4 Is a brief sumbn7 of the news
hill wasa born in Leon County on his Amo those who have assisted in this tat was ashd over the wires from
father's farm June 2 18, H is father herculean task of catching up with the Tallahassee on the 4th follow g a
was eapta of on work of the court are Jus iJame meeting of the Board of I Cim-
Florida Regiment Coa te state Whitfield and Chas. B. Parkhill, whose iines. It means, in that
Army, and waeg killed to btlein Vir- tesms exp next January, and who Governor Broward has given up his
rinla when Charle was three ears eek renomination at the coming pri- effort to coIets the tax on all land
gis. when Charles wasaw years m They merit it, and the people not specifcaly mentioned In theinjunc.
After the war was over his mother ou a" a they are nominated. tin sd m tiOndatha e PoormnR
movd back to r natve counyof Theyarenottheexponentsofan. -will Dowbefvelhan equatopportonity
Jefferson, where Charles was re tinterets, but are men who wll r.awith*terporatio.
He was educated in the public shoo ly and impartially guard the rights of The tion was s tly
of Jefferson county, at Randolph-Macon UIsD500le.-ThUDm Ti. essar byth storu ni ndignant protest
Cofllegeso and at theUn rsityof [The editor of ahe Madison Recorder, mai by the last move Govenor
Vrg11na nd waadmatte topatice likewIie secretary of the Railroad Com- and his advisers to force the collection
law in Tallahassee in the summer of mission and likewise correspondent of of the tax on all land wAet mentioned in
1882, and settled in Pensacola atthe the Savannah News, very frequently the injunctions granted by Jodge Locke,
close of the eidemic of yellow fever of Jibes us newspaper people with being and it is furthermore a compt aback-
that year, an the following ear was 'owned, controlled." etc., by the cor. down from the position su meby sup-
one of the volunteers to ua the city porate wer, andwhile we like and porters of the project to the ffet that
ainst the possible induction of the admire m personally, he ust know a severance of the State and county
diesse sin into the city. He repro that even a worm will turn and try to taxes from the drainage tax was action
sented Eambia county in the State resent a false impression, when tread that could not be take by the board.
Senate in the regular and ecial ea. upon. No true newspaper man relishes ACTION ON RasoLUTLON.
sions of 1889, andwith the Hon. Frank being accused of having a boss, polit- At the meeting of the Beard of Drain-
Clarke and Captain Mathis, of Hills. leal, corporation or otherwise.-Ed. age Commissioners yesterday there
borouh county, as sub-committee, True Democrat.I we ent Governor N. o Broward
Um h t a mH T he follwngi from the Monticello m'aCnr m
draughted the State Board of Health The following is from the Monticello weepres\ntG A. C. CroomB. Treasurer
law. News: Will iam V. Knott, Attorney-General W.
He was attorney for the State Bar CRITmCISM OF CLARKE. H lls KnCommitioney-r of Agricul-
Pilots' Association for about ten years, A Tallahassee correspondent in the ture Benjamin McLin.
and for the Board of Pilot Commission- Savannah News of March 29th sailed According to the advices from Talla-
ore of Escambia county, and for four into Hon. T. L. Clarke candidate for hassee the drainage question was care-
ears was attorney for the Board of Supreme Court Justice. Italsowhacked fully gone over and the present status
County Commissioners of Escambia the Hon. Thomas Jefferson Apple ard considered. Then the resolution was
county, which position he resigned, of Lake City, candidate for Raroad offered that the tax collectors of Dade,
when he was appointed County Solicitor Commissioner, a few whacks. Now DeSoto, St. Lucie, Osceola and Le
for the Criminal Court of Record of Bro. T. Jefferson Apployard has several counties be advised that the bod
Escambia county in 1897, and was re- barrels of printer's ink in stock on the would content to a severance ofth
elected to that office in 1900, and after road, and can, and doubtless will, take drainage assessment from State and
seven years of diligent and faithful ood and ample care of himself; but county taxes, and to defer the collection
service to the county and State in this Mr. Clarke has only his neighbors and of the special drainage tax until the
difficult position, he resigned that office friends to look after his interests. final determination of the pending suits
in 1904, when he was appointed Judge Leaving the details of the attack for This resolution was adopted, and the
of the First Judicial Circuit, and was future consideration, the gist of the tax collectors named instructed in ac-
nominated in the primary and elected lay for this Tallahassee warbler is to cordance with its provisions.
for the full term of six years. As a the effect that Mr. Clarke has been This means that at last, after being
presiding trial judge he served the peo- em ployed on several occasions by the practically driven into it by the protests
ple with that degree of diligence and railroads, and hence must be a corpora- of the people of Florida against the
fidelity that has always won their ap- tion candidate. course originally outlined, Governor
proval. We have generally "lined up" with Broward has taken up the usualcoure.
He resigned the office of Circuit the anti-corporation crowd, tut we and agreed to allow the one case ied
Judge in May, 1905, to take a police don't jump and shiver whenever the to be considered an a test case, though
upon the Supreme Bench in the place corporation spook is shoved at us. We the cases that have been fl led since then
of Judge Francis B. Carter, resigned don't like people to think we have sim- will probably be pushed to final conclu-
where he has shown the same careful ply got to be scared when some one sion.
application, fairness and conscientious cries "Boo Mr Clarke maybe friend- HISTORY OF THE TAX.
discharge of his duty that marked and ly with the railroads and other corpora- This means the suspenasion of the
distinguished his service in every posi- t on for all we know a e n
asked him about it. Certainly he has
He has, notwithstanding his busy life not been classed as an out-and-out anti at least, though there is apparently
and many exacting duties, found time crpratin partisan. What hi rela nothing to prohibit Governor reward
to take an active part as a Democrat, ctons pro or con the corporations, Mr from continuing the work of building
*ioni proo con the corporations, Mr. dredges with the money already on
serving in the councils and making Clarke appears to us tobe the strongest hand in the Internal Impreent Fn
es fr eaparty in every par 1 candidate in the field for the office he In view of these facts, a brief review
the State. He was elected Grand a of the entire atr has bn asked b
Chancellor of the Knights of Pytitia." His qualifications and his standing as o he ti rf haoben ake b
of Florida in 1890, and for a number of a lawyer will hardly justify the antii" many, the following synopsis mi;y be
years was a member of the Escambia in accusing him of being ready to hand g Ien atel after the an of the
Rifles and then captain of Company K, down decisions per orders of the corpo. law consiatutin teroardhofDrainage
First Regiment, Frorida State Troops. rations. Commissioners and providing for the
and afterwards major of the Third The Supreme Court Justiceship i or ""levying of special acreage tax, for the
Battalion of F. S. T When on duty.shouldbe, an ofice farremoved from e of aseci e ta f e
with his company in Jacksonville aftern the wrangling and horse-play of petty thescheme to draino the Evertladea the
the fire, he was detached a trial judge olitics. Mr Clarke is a good citizen, t sceme oed rain ate vergiae. e
of the militaryv ourt. t ah o or k e n to h ax was imposed, as authorized.
oHe wa isSarri e n 185 to Genevieve .s life and public asets are a record The Southern States Land & Timber
He was marked in 1856 to Genevieve I easily unfolded. In them we see no Co offered to pay itas State and county
Perry, oldest daughter of Governor E. color for the implication that hia acts taxes utdec lind to a the drained
A. Perry, who died in 1886. leaving one as a )dige would be in beatrayal ofe the trx The Stateandcuntytax ae
daughter, Genevieve, whfo is sponsor peoa es inrteresta or in favor of the e ahe St an coulyl were roueding t
lor tie F loinda Diviion of Confederass corporate interests. His vote against tey he ee nd instructed ton cnllet all,
Veternes in New Oraleans thi year the Flagler divorce bill is an instance wi notion.
In 1881 he married in Trmpa Helen w bl inepoint. o noinii iS iTI Tvr.D.
Wall, only diug hter of Judge J. h The corporation interests are entitled company then istited suit in
Wall, and they have five children livP to krotlcthon under the law and to feel the United Saters oieut Courtra y-d by
evryvtice Pari is trly ma type of the the weight of the punishing< hond of. J the cort to k e clare the law undr
old South blended with the new. H The l iN the lais volth ed Unle tsnns whic th drauing' commissioners were
devotion to hi n chosen profession and siomew prordoxg to ncoac. and
the close application, its duties impose he pett slurs of the Tallha ssee'n t~h~refore null and voidaiid .praying
has in no wie. taken away or lesse~ned writeri prsntd we"-"-" shal cotiueul' further for injunction, relief, oed
hais ac tive itaertin theaffairs laand to advocate Mr. Clark'a election to the Judge IA~ck&' gra~nted a temnpofr in-
ofwr~wn his S4tate. as his past life offic which he seeks, in ra.l junction A hearing was then had" on
prgrsKsInho 1 !Clarke has bee retai^ ned n- the motion to (lisstilve and the court de-
record will show. T his imperfect sketch road cases. His abilities as a lawyer piared~ the law under which the Drain-
of the career of one of Florida's bil-1 have created a demand for his services, aecommissioners wrpoedigt
liant and eloquent orators and jurist He has also prosecuted and likewise? d. l^nl n vomid, andr conetinuedin theIn
should bean inspiration to the youth ofeInded thives and muidreri. He will junctin. ot-ldcntne h
our commonwealth. hardly be accused of being in league *Governor Broward andl hisa Drain.^
The ake City Citizen-Reporter iswith thes.. Boardthen fil ^eddmrrer to te bl
reading tho riot act to Justices Park- We ee no reason why Mr Clarke complaint, and this was argued and
hill and Whitfieki, and declaring that and Judge Parkhill should reeive other of itc nkew~ U~ dS
every vote cast in Columbia county for than the solid support of this county. S" sbitted an ae a ovetrried by
these two gentleman will be a traitor. The News believes this the winning'"" _EFOR TO COLLCT
The suceesa of Gainesville in securinr ticket. Brn OCLBT

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SJis 06. COLUMS. Pr ervi.
it1d s oSecond Clia Matter March 31. 1W5., at
thO Pest Offe at Tallahax*A. FYrkida. urder
AetI Ceonsrssof March 4. 1,T .
Ofl" ia Telephone Buildinr, corner Adams and
Clinton itrest.. Tetv,'hn N,'. 1

lubMeription., s.L Per Year, in Advance.
Advertilinrg Ktes on Aplli catuir.

The True Democrat I. the Official Newspep
of leon County.

Tallahas"s. Friday, April 13, 1906.

Vote for those whom you know are
directly interested in and who will rep-
resent your inter.etm in the Le.gislature
ri-xt time, frid not in the interests of
private cone-rns and people. No man
car, s'erv

We' e.xt .nil our d-epe'nt synIpathy to
lorn (.eorge W alWmonr, the useful ed-
itor-in- chief of theo greatt and god"
T'imis.s Union in his msi'kne-s and snuffer-
ing, and we' sincerely hope, to hear won
that he. is on his feet and in working
htur ,'reit again.
Justices Jas. H. Whitfield and (:has
1. l'arkhill, of the State Supremer
Court, have announced themselves for
re-election before the coming primary.
Thry art both well-learned jurists, well
versed in the lawn of the State, and we
would like very rruch to see the voters
of the Htate retain them in their seats
on the bench of the Supreme Court at
the coming primary. White Springs
Editor Russell, of the Pulatka News,
in also a candidate for the. legislature
from Putnam county. It is newspaper
man against a newspaper man there',
Just as it ii in DeSoto county, and of
course is agreeable to us newspaper
people, for a newspaper man most gen-
erally will stand for the best interests
of his State, if he is the right kind of ait
man. We believe either of i'utnarn'm
candidates will stand the. test Send
your choice' of the two along up here';
we'll keep in touch with him
Your Uncle Frank Adams ih first out
of politics and then he in in again, and
so it hus been for quite a while IHe is
one oif the very slickest of the very
alick public men in Florida, as well as
one' of iFlorida's most smwc('enful and
useful ustimmie'sS mene, for hei huns made a
success in businmehn just as he has inr
politics. We have always liked and ad-
mired him personally We believe him
tobe hone'nt in all his business dealings,
and, barring his little tricks political
(which, as a matter of course', go with
the trade in politics), stands with a
bona fide reputation along with oiur
best men. There is a he'ip in iSenator
Adams' public life to admiire, but ass an
acrobat in political questions he in enti-
tled tond has the chamipiiinship. Give
him the belt.

.left I. Davit. the would orilgnl news
paper Jeff, who jold out his print-shio,
and went into the livery stabile busiiin"e
at Perry a few weeks ago, just can't
keep quiet, and last week was out in at
communication in the Ta"ilor I' County
IHerald advocating a lnumbel.r of thitigs
for the betterment of the citizens iof
Taylor county and closes mone of themran
follows:" I expect to write a series' of
articles for the Hlerald. anil hope the'
p'opile will take the paier. read what I
shall say and join me in an attempt to
purify our county affairs. Watch outt
for squalls, I have no, friends to re-
ward, or enemniaes to punish, and shall
not ask for any office',. therefore can nay
what I doggone pli'ase' And he' is ex-
pected to say sltme truthful amin start-
ling things, as he used to, dci, hei n he
was editor and chief of his ,own nw s-
"Littie Man-You-Se'," uiiiilher than
Sylvester W Manucy, wh.- is edltoer
and proprietor of the Fe',iiirnim News,
we think would make N-at-n ,'icoimt\ I
good representative in th,, l. hslat ure.
We stuck type with hiin uilir aiitaint
(Harles E. Dy e'. in t l. ehl F ,Ir.hdan
office during the reconriattli icn iil\'y in
the 1870's, when he and thel writer were
boys, and many were the pliaMant hours
we spent with "Good I'Pa" as we used'
to lovingly and familiarly call him g old father. Some time, when we doi
ly all the dutien of a print
a boy to attempting to4
Ai ielMtor' we shall be found try.
mIemto t wi some reminences of the'
of the now long past but good old days
**Thirty Years or More in the Printing
Bantsaas" at the State Capitol, might,
Wake some very interesting reading for i
fsoe O people. I

s sOUs now. sn r ITsTAR aws cCNrrS s II TAA LAWS UAcoiTruNALT? A "O U SEASW ." S A IL.P ULrNc.
Gov. Broward is covering the State A tae involving the constitutionality The terms of Justiem Chai. B. Park- Says the Sft Augutiln Reorwd: This
with Everglads drainage literature with of the l wa of Florida relating to the hill ad JmesDB. Whi tf ustle is tha I esse of politiesl aqensm.
the view to influence the primary ec ..t of taxes was heard in the of t Bttu r Curt, excoir w n th
tioMin favor of that scheme. The,,.,... :. next Jaisary. t_ gaoerally un=ar. t. i^rery n "?i ""'
people were fooled once by that sort of Federal court in Pensacola on Wedwaa- stood that they will be od te for tails from bllf a dosn to two doegn
a campaign. But they are wiser now. day, April 4, and a temporary restrain- renomination at the coming Democratic cards from gentlemen seeking the good
If this scheme of the governor's is a ing order was issued directed to Charles primaries. The people of Columbia, will-and incidentally the ballots-.4
mere hobby, wouldn't be foolish to n Turner, tax collector of Walton county will take a ghoulish pleasure in the dear people. I some ases the
upend thousands of dollars on it when he g aer, a voting' aainat them. Their unfair th ear pepe In oe i o
and every one else who knows any- county, restraining him from proceed- methods In fighting Lake City, when ground is gone over, of past reeri ot
thing knows the sentiment of the peo- ing with the collection of taxes pending endeavoring to secure the permanent a stewardship faithfully
pie of the State as nowdecidedly against the Anal adjudication of the suit? location of the University of Florida which are added promises tb
the plan? These circular* of the gov- T-h a wa ..rg. .,t J_,.k will be remembered by all true. loyal which are addfted prom. Al o t is
ernor's, and the postage needed to cir- a don was r y the J patriotic citizens of Columbia seric utur. All thi
culate them, cost thousands of dollars son Lumber Company, who, by attor- county. These men should not receive very well in its way, but occasionally
Who pays for the printing and distrib- ney, contended that the law of the State a vote within the confines of our coun- something more pertinent to the great
ution? If the governor, then the drain- of Florida under which tax assessors ty's border line, and, unless we are issues before the people in the present
age scheme must be one of "graft." retly mistaken In the people of Co-
If the State, then the treasury at Tal- assessed taxes without notice to the tax- mbi county, they wllnot.Lake instance is the anno nent of W. L
lahasMee is being robbed. Palatka payer, and without giving the taxpayer City Index-Reporter. Vason, of Tallahassee, a canddte for
News. an opportunity to be heard to give the Just such nonsensical, untruthful and Representative, who takes occasion to
The True Democrat has called atten- value of his property, was unconstitu. unjust speels as the above is Mauseat- say:
tion editorially to some ugly things that tional. An order to show cause was ing, and no one believes many people of "The high calling and the paramount
have happened at Tallahassee, and has entered by the court, returnable in ten Columbia county harbor any such feel- honorable means to defeat the foodtde
several time been slurred at by some' days, which restrains the tax collector ings toward Judges Parkhill and Whit- of useless and vicious measures, by
newspape-rs of Florida for so doing, but from making collections until the cause field for the part they may have taken, which every Legislature is beset, that
we. have< gone along in the even tenorof is finally decided. as judges of the Supreme Court, in de- the statute book be not encumbered
our way, with a consciousness of hav- Should our tax lawn be declared un- laing the Buckmanlawconstitutional. ate interests an selfish e rve pndrs.
inig a duty to perform in giing pbler- constitutional, great complications, in- If there are many of them in that "Excessive legislation too many
dty to public affairs. We were called conveniences, and what-not may, and county who feel such biltterness against laws -is the bane of civil government.
on repeatedly to make sqier.ticrrha-rqo, most assuredly would, follow; and, as the judges for performing their duty, The system is confusing, embarrassing
and we have nrot failed. We have done it would be a,,bouta year before the con- scand vexentiouly aatious to the mass of thep
none of it in an evil pirit, rather have vening of the legiilature, there is lit- will be thousands all over Florida who mistrust and unrest for the organized
we always re'gretted that wrong had tle' doubt an extra session of the Legis- will resent it, and give such "ghoulish authority of the government.
been flone' the people of Florida, that lature would have to be called to make pleasure" takers as is referred to above "It is not surprising, then, how very
public attention should 1,.. called to it, the orrection. in order that the good to understand that these judges can be exact law upon many important sub
and we do not republish paragraph people could then have taxes taken from elect', i to office without the votes of jects, as is of force today; even the
much as the above in order to cast re- them in a legal manner; for the where- such c iz-ns of Columbia county. We lawyers differ as to what is the law, and
elections upon G;ov. Broward, but to let withal to pay the running expenses of cannot I believe Columbia county is made often unsheath their swords in the for-
him and the people who read our paper, the government, and thus keep the ma- up c n ay f such thinking people. ensic arena and fight like Turks eld for
see and learn what a terrible predica- chinery going. must come, and must There are iar,y people of Florida who its violation, and even though hid in the
mrent public things have com. to in come legally. The people will again sympathized wita Lake City in losing labyrinth of remote legislation, it pains
Fair Florida. Now, the. people of this have to pay dearly for having sent to the University, who condemn some tac- an"e palties confront all alike.
State have a perfect right ttoknow who' the Leegislature enough incompetent, ticS which have been used since, and leasthe peoplfrethat are governed thest
i, paying the bills for such expendi- careless, or don t-care misfits to the the fine hand of some political trick- the government with the fewest aws is
turem; it costs something to print large Legislature to make laws for them sters have been seen in it, too. the most stable and the best."
editionn. of such literature, anril postage Was there ever a time when so many Editor Albert Williamson, of the Any candidate for the State legisla.
on such goods is not generally a very laws have proven to be in violation of Jicksonville Floridian, comments on the ture would be pretty safe in adopting
small itern Some time ago the gov. the(tonstitution as there have beendur- same article as follows: such platform as this, and he could
e-rnor wrote' or telegraphed to a South 'ng the last six or seven years. In view Well, hat d yu think f that count on the hearty approval of the
Florida n.wsmpape.r that he had spent of these and many other good reasons, Thell, peohae of outhi nty will that lectors. Experience has been a splen-
several hundred dollars of his contiri- does it not seem about time that the take a ghoulish pleasure in voting did teacher.
gent fund in trying to unravel o,,me.- very best should be sent to Tallahas- against therp'. We have always had ".
thing that might show that one Cooper I see from every senatorial district and an idea that a glioul was a kind of mon- THE SUNER SCHOOLS.
was not the only one implicated in that to represent ev-ry county. of y the dead, and w by als have an idea In the official department of theState
lie St, county assassination (the fa- A number of very important things that there area gre.t many good, brave Board of Education says Florida School
mrnous (Cooper case that has been before will come up to be handled here next men in Columbia cuunt\ who would be Exponent, in this issue, will be found
the lardoning fBoard so long. We April, May and June. in the year 1907, inclined to resent the imn'utattion that Superintendent Holloway's announceo- nominate a ve s w w they are the kind who even eats 'erm
did not think that just the right thing so nominate and elect men who will do alive;" and when they are told about ment of the summer schools for the
for ;.ov. irowaird to do, but we fliid nt, their duty men whom influential and ghouls who "take a ghoulish pleasure," coming summer, of which there will be
and do not row attribute any dishonest persuasive lotilists will not be able to they certainly reach the limit. Now, two, one at Gainesville and one at Tal-
motive t him in it. We do not believe handle It will I.e of the utmost im- let usgently and reverently say to the lahassee, both co-educational. The
notveto init) it. We'dornotbet iLake City (Citizen-Reporter that if he is
he would go into schemes similar to, the prtance to the g general interests of the really in quest of decayed human flesh faculties as announced are exceptionally
administration of his predecessor in pay- c11mmOn people. to feed his "ghoulish friends upon. strong and represent all the great edu-
ing out ff'e' lik e I lrl on 5MI fe. Si that he will not find it in either the of- national interests of the State. This
K out s lk th on fe. STATE TBEASURIER'S REPORT. tices of Justices James T. Whitfield or fact alone goes far towards assuring a
a others we have given attention t, Charles B. Parkhill. In our opinionne s ar toward asurg a
or to selling more Internal Improve- We acknowledge the receipt from both of these officials ought to be re- large attendance upon both schools.
menrt l'il-4 at ,11 cents an acre, etc., o,r Illn. W V Knott, State Treasurer, of elected, and we believe they will be. Tuition is absolutely free, and good
jiiggling fairr' in connection with a di- a copyof his annual report covering the! They are both able, honorable and zeal- board at reasonable rates both at Tal-
Vor', lbill .. s has ben charged ly ot .tr e peril of .19,. It is full and complete ous judges; and the tacit acknowledge- lahassee and Gainesville is assured.
voi n us en shows painstakingred o r meant that the citizens of any county
.nil not yevt denied, that we are aw're .nd shows the painstaking care thathat are either cannibals or "ghouls" is not Every public school teacherin the State
'f. ,f shady looking transactions in c.,h- e'tic'ent otficor in the conduct of affairs apt to impair either their social or offi- that can possibly afford the small ex-
nie't-tirn with cnvict leases, or getting in his particular department of State cial status in the estimation of the peo- pense, should make arrangements to
nixed up in an asylum scandal, or government He only pays out monies pie of Florida. spend the six weeks beginning June 12,
that he nrale the people of Florida pa1 on warrant' orders from others in au- TO THINK ABOUT either at Gainesville or Tallahassee. It
or rr"" over fr thirty as it were, and of course no will brighten up the rusty-and we all
hir, lie first prit torit nortsioN ft ~r ane' man h.s or ever will blarne him F r the information of the Plant City get rusty in spots-refresh the weary,
.Courier, we will say that it is generally
..d ./e ,. that Inmessage which was f"r ext xr;gati or misspent dollars We c( nsulered that the Florida Railroad encourage the despondent, renew wan-
I,ouri in boards) that he and hi. private, have never believed Mr. Knott went Commission law is now stronger than ing enthusiasm, broaden the sympathies
secretary we'e so iihane'id e .f and we into any wrongdoing, but we have and the Georgia Commission law. Theprin- and in some or all of these and many
sincerely and earnestly hope as the di )believe he' has in the past. bv ma- ipal trouble about the State are con- other ways. prove a benefit and bless-
incerly and earnestly hpe as the trolled by railroad influence, and these
drainage scheme "is so dear to his nipulation of some members of boards papers never miss an opportunity to ing to every one who will find or make
heart" he will s,,' ir ip fully and clear- anid by meir,' officials and tricksters, misrepresent what the Commission has a way to avail himself or herself of the
Iv that not one, nft is miniapent (or mis- been fooled in some things. Asa whole, done. And when the Commission does opportunity so generously offered by
a. Isrprlrteel in c'nnectien withit We Treasurer Knott has made and is still make a freight reduction or accomplish the State.
i1p~proirnted in connection wit~h it V e We some other thing of that kind that is T S i o
believe he has fill authority to oIspen making Florda a goeod officer e will of value to the people, these papers The efforts of the State in behalf of
what he has in I I Fund4 on his drain- have a full resume' of his excellent re- that are controlled by special interests its public school teachers has not been
n, and no one doubts h is doing that p-rt in a future issue. are as ldumt as clamsa -Madison Re- properly appreciated by them in the
bIusimanss legitimately; but wecannot he- The foll,,iwig is the monthly state- corder. past It is to he hoped that this year
lieve it would Ite right tespeuil it print- nient ef Tlreaurer Knott of balances in We publish the above as a sample of will inaugurate a new era in this re-
ing andt mailing the kind of drainage the several State funds at the close of Secretary DI)unn's thrusts at anyand all gard Eachof the twoschools can eas-
igterature thnt is being sent broadcast imsinei's Mar'h 31, 19. : newspapers who may oppose an official ily accommodate from threeto five hun-
iver the country. and which is used. or General revenue fund .51 4.252.t;9 scheme or offer a comment on the Rail- dred teacher pupils, and their accom-
will le used1 as camleign thunder feri' ()nt' mill schi',l tax fund 2.6411i.4,1 road commissionn. That ''"corporation modations ought to be taxed to the limit.
piltins. and we hope he will satisfy ii tx undealth f 1.52l .52 rot yelping has been worn threadbare The question of better schools waits
the people of Florida tht he it doing ate ,rl f Health fund :1. 3.7iS.5; hy some few officials, their organs and on better teaching. Until teachers are
no such thing. e'ware of *omen seem- Interest of s'hel fund. .. 51S.17 heelers, and is now sickening. Manu- enthusiastically interested in the edeca-
\ing frind. who may leV sel tishly aed- lth'e of State' convicts fund. 47.7-<).22 facture something new and original and tion of the public, the public will never
ig fin. Indian warn lir rlims 2.',(NI.X) come at us good and strong We aTl becomeenthusiastically interested in the
vising you. (;.vernr Agil'icuhtrail 'oioege fund 2.662.7 ailmire an open fighter If we (do not welfare of the teachers. A thousand

SWhite eoile'e. Morrill fund 4.1s.11 tell thetruthon your little officialGods, public school teachers assembled fortwo
It weull bei. a rather strange eccurr- ('l,,ir,,'e. t.,hIee,. Morrill fund '.419 6i refute the charges; but for heaven's consecutive years in two summer
,'e'e if the inxt Legislaturnce wourl ,anssi Iteret ,f Seminary fund 2..'ll.-I sake stop that old. old. corporation- schools of the State would bring about
then two yearn hence the Governor n.rida'lt imarh ei 't ci- lf. controlled-owned gag! It fooled some such an educational awakening as the
would absolutely refuse to have the atc- Identl fund 47:.59 "f the people for a "wee short while." State has never known. Butour teach-
'*ounti of the oic'ers checked on the l i'r.u,"i. r,, college property hbut it has now served its day and pur- ers must first rouse themselves out of
r"iinel that such woue lie a reofl t eti.n fund ".3 i..48 ;., e and lost all of its mighty charms! their indifference if ever the public is
e 'a t have the a rug l. on th I'e o ther of t rnt ttion.incident- .
e'ast have the laugh enu th,' uihcrs of .e ... .- . ------ to be aroused in their behalf. We must

the grreat life insuan'e companies who Col red Nrmul School con- Yes. we know we are mean! When show by a great desire to fit ourselves
Slin' cat. eli themselves Gadden tingent fund 1,82 we area wear veridy good. butwhen for it that we do in reality believe that
Sad. University f Florioda.Gaine- 'lone ni ger! We have said we would it is a great work and a great respon-
That's a fact sure, and yet ville donation fund 40.47222 tell it if you fooled with us. and blamed sibility with which we are charged.
strangee occurrences" have happened. F1lrdia less. tal for Insane 129 if we don't do it!-Jacksonville Florid- The times are ripe and the need is
,..1 -.. ir funed ... 12970

and we guess will continue 10to happen. ian
until a full and complete revolution oc- $423.419.31 We areof the opinion that someFlor-
curV seeme'where around in the "dig- nd And Hamilton t ti es ida politicians had better steer clear of
gn. A lnguffering Florida public h turned ovr Hamilton testifies thatN. Bi the editor of the above newspaper. He
we lwlieve, arc beginning to think some. M75A.00 for the Republican campaign as almost always open for an engare-
andl of these days there is going fund in 1896, and he produces a receipt ment, and is most generally "loaded for
to le a terrible rattling up of the dry for it signed by Bliss. The latter dis- bear." When he decides he is right he
bones We would not be surprised f poof the wol transaction by de- will surely turn his "rip-saw"loose on
nouncing it as a lie, and he wiln not sa
an0me of our Czar-ruling bosses won't even look at the receipt. In a previous thing. A word to the wise should be
have to hunt some other green pastures, form of existence Cornelius N. Bliss sufficient, aM he generally keeps pretty
and as they will have to stand for re- was evidently an ostrich. -- Tampa well posted on affairs and likeus, keeps
election some of these bright days. they T'mes. table on some things for future refer-
know what green pastures mean. Fewer Gallons; Wear Longer; Devoe. ence.

urgent for a great educational advance
in Florida, but the movement must be-
:gin with the teachers.
After you have finished reading your
paper give or mail it to a friend with a
request that they subscribe. The paper
ias working for the good of all, and all
should take an interest at least in this
anall way of helping along in the good
we are trying to do for the public..
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.*.J4 SJ 6 R=&Vubmhs.
Mr. IL 3,4... 3m, Repikesto C.
IL L-3m

t a Editor Ocala Banner:
y attention has Just been called to
an article in yourissue of the ad, writ-
ten by C. M. B., Jr. (C. M. Brown, Jr.)
formerly of Marion county, now of
Miami, m which he takes the Commis-
sion to taak and undertakes to show of
how little value, if any, it is to the tax
p',ers of the State.
in this article I wish merely to dis-
cuss C. M. B., Jr.'a letter, and will
not undertake to go into the details of
a discussion of the Railroad Commission
law and the acts of the Commission,
which I intend to do at a later day, but
wish merely to show that C. M. B., Jr.,
has misrepresented the matters which
he complains of, and misquoted the
Under date of February 5th the Dade
County Furniture Co. (C M. B., Jr.)
wrote the Commission as follows:
"We enclose you a bill against the
Florida East Coast Railway, and also
show an expense bill from them, show-
ing that they charged 80 cents when
the shipment originated in Jacksonville
and 97 cents when the same originated
in Augusta, Ga. Is this right? These
goods were exactly the same, cotton
and excelsior mattresses."
The Commission were anxious to aid
Mr. Brown in any way that they could,
and the shipment of mattresses from
Augusta, Ga., to Miami, Fla., being in-
terstate commerce, we took the matter
up with the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission, upon the bare hope that they
would take the position that a through
rate should not be greater than the sum
of the local rates, which is the case in
this instance, the Florida East Coast
Railway's portion of the through rate
from Augusta to Miami being 17 cents
per 100 pounds greater, Jacksonville to
Miami, than if the shipment had been
shipped to Jacksonville and thence re-
shipped from Jacksonville to Miami,
under Florida Classification.
To this the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission answered in substance:
"That the through rate being greater
than the sum of the locals did not follow
that the rate in all cases would be un-
reasonable, but that the whole thing
.- resolved itself down to the question,
was the rate a just and reasonable one?
and that this could only be determined
upon complaint and investigation of all
the facts surrounding the case, in order
to reach a conclusion."
Mr. C. M. B. Jr. has never asked the
Florida Railroad Commission to prefer
a formal charge to the Interstate Com-
merce Commission against the Florida
East Coast Railway in order that they
might investigate and determine
whether the rate be paid from Augusta,
Ga., to Miami was an unjust and un-
reasonable one, but he has rushed into
the columns of the Banner for the pur-
pose of trying to prove to the people of
Florida that a Railroad Commission is a
useless but costly institution, main-
tained at the expense of the taxpayers.
Now, to quote C. M. B. Jr's letter
further, he says:
"To illustrate, on page31 of the Flor-
ida Railroad Commission's Classifica-
tion, mattresses made of straw, cotton
fibre, etc.. take third class; in Southern
freight classification (adopted by the
railroads) they take second-class rate.
We shipped one car of mattresses from
Jacksonville, Florida, and two cars
from Augusta, Ga., at the same time.
The Jacksonville car came at 80 cents,
Jacksonville to Miami, third-class rate
jp: 100 lbs., and the two cars from Au-
gusta, Ga., was charged at 97 cents per
100 lbs Jacksonville to Miami, the sec-
ond-class rate a difference of 17 cents
per 100 lbs., charged because the ship.
ment did not originate and was destined
to a point wholly within the State"
C. B. Jr. undertakes to quote the
Commission as follows:
"The Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion would not allow them to enforce
their r.ite on shipments originating with-
out the State."
The above is not correct; our secre-
tary wrote Mr. Brown, by direction, as
( follows:
"I am directed to advise you that the
Commission are advised by counsel that
they cannot compel the railroads to use
the Florida Railroad Commission classi-
fication on shipments, unless they are
divested of their interstate nature."
He was also told how to have his
goods shipped in order to secure the
benefits of the commission's s classifica-
Now, Mr. Editor, if I were to write
an article in answer to C M. B, Jr.
that would cover your whole editorial
page, I could not illustrate the useful-
ness of the Florida Railroad Commis-
sion better than the gentleman has
done himself. He acknowledges that
the Florida Railroad Commission, by
the classification has com polled the
Florida East Coast Railroad Company
to transport a carload of mattresses
from Jacksonville to Miami for 17 cents
per Ib. less than the rate charred
him from that point on a shipment that
originated outside of this State, and if
it were not for the Florida Railroad

Commission, they would be charging on
9' all shipments, whether origrati
within the State, rates based upon the
Southern Classifcation, which was ueed
os tha shipment from Augusta, Ga.
I make tb assertion for the reaom
Sth~all of th rallrodsuneed the South-
era Clastisfeaton prior to the creation
of A Coammlms sad the adoption by
o f a rTof, a ht

ceat per100ba., or $1.70 per 000
Ibs.,aad for the menb m car of M
I$ r # t r f 4r. ^

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Church Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M.
Poage, Pastor.--Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
re juested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector. -Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
inn 7 n'clock a m Sundavys. 11 a. m.

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40-tf Centreville, - Florida.


and 7 30 p m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi- ON THE GULP.
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays, as an Ideal Hunters' Resort cannot be
4 p m. Friday, 4.30 p. m. surpassed. 45 miles south of
Christian Science -Services are held Tallahassee, Fla. on the
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room. second story, of the build-. 'ermia Forida & Alaama
ing east of the potoffice. This room is *
also used as a Christian Science reading Railway.
room, and is open daily except Sundays, (C., T. & G R. R.)
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock Within Easy Walking stancee of the Be t
a. m All are cordially invited.
Hunting Grounds
Chamberlain's Salve.
This salve is intended especially for In the South: Quail, Wild Duck and
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chapped Turkevy, Bear and Deer Plentiful
hands, itching piles, chronic sore eyes, Trains stop at
granulated eye lids, old chronic sores, LA N AR K IN N
and for diseases of the skin, such as
better, salt rheum, ring worm scald Modern, Well Equped Hotel, Steam
hoad, herpes, barbers' itch, scabies or Heated, Electric Lights, fronting m-
itch and eczema. It has met with un. mediately on the Gulf. Every facility
paralleled success in the treatment of afforded for fishing in Gulf waters.
these diseases. Price 25 cents per box. White Sulphur S'rings on Hotel
Try it For sale by all druggists. Grounds with Heated Swimming Pool
S -, ... ...... ... J Round Trip Rates via G. F & A. Ry.
False From Beginning to nad. selling daily, final limit April 301th
The following false yarn, under a For information call on your nearest
large scare-head, appeared in the Bain. Ticket Agent or write to,
bridge Tribune of the 5th: A. D. ZACHARY, Mgr
"S. M Hughes, manager of the Tri- Lanark Inn, Fla
County Weekly, recently established at J. H. McWIII AMS, G. rP A.
Tallahassee, Fla., committed suicide at i G.F. & A. Ry. Bainbridge,. (;.
Montgomery Wednesday. The method --r.- --
he chose was neither new nor mysteri- CA R
ous; he simply loaded a revolver and, TIM ER KA TS,
placing the barrel at one temple, pulled
the trigger. Death was instantaneous. Built to order at
No cause is known for Mr. Hughes' ead
ending, but he had evdenty rown reasonable prices.
depondnt. The body will probably be
taken to Tallahassee for interment,
Mr Hughes had many- friends in the One now ready to deliver, size
Florida capital as well as in other cities, axle 3j, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
and these will be saddened by the inches.
No such man ever lived in Tallahas- All kind of General Blacksmith-
see. that we are aware of, and, a ing and repair work done prompt-
matter of course,ad no or ly and at reasonable prices.
atves hee to be saddened, and no sueb
wew r was ever established or runa
w tha Ba d n newspaper Horse Shoeing
emM have gott e hd of s a A SpOc lty.
m kia"e arn to plbiah, we are at a iy.
la to ffw a out. There is to or
!W. H. Adki-on,
Cottages to t. Phoe No. S. 45 Ntw p Nest M Wf slM .
. . r x r i

Don't Fail to Look at Our

Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, Em-

lbs., $40.8. That is more than he and A la wiumed Girl
be @ of Me Arm and nfami& or boy, msa or woman, i quics ekly out
e itate i o the pe t f the of pa If Buckla's Arnica isap-
State tax which would go toward the psed ptly, J. Welch, of Tokon-
support sad maintenance of a Railroad a Bh.. says "I use it in my fami-
Cnm.won i fifty years, at a low as- ly for cuts, ores and all skin injaies,
tats. i and fd itpertet." Quickest pile cure
It seems to me, Mr. Editor, that it known. Best healing salve made. 55c
would hbe mals for me to -oatimu at all druists. *
this illustratokm any further, for it is so ---
plain that he who rs may read. To R1et1
It U rather strafe that C.M. B. Jr. A tenant wanted for the newest and
wishesathe Comi aboltshd be- best office room in the city. Call and
ause It has ooelled the F. C. Ry. look at it, up stairs, over The True
to ehare him lower rates than he would Democrat oMel.
otherwiase be pain.
It does seem lhat a great railway For Sale, Turpentine location, with
system like the Florida East Coast eight crops of virgin boxes, one mile
would realise how unjust it is to charge of railroad and steamship line; cheap
great developers and builders ofa com- freight rates- plenty of sound timber
munity like C. M. R.Jr. such increased to cut thirty-Ave crops.
rates on their interstate business. J. M. SANBORN,
The members of the Florida Railroad 5-1m Carrabelle, Fla.
commission did not make the Federal
Constitution and therefore are not re- Nicest 0oce la Cty.
sponsible if it stands in the way of .
their affording relief o the shippers on To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
business originating outside of the with all conveniences. Can be used in
State, and it strikes me that C. M. B. one large room or made into three
Jr. might read the U. S. Constitution rooms. Would make a splendid place
with profit. In the State of North for lodge or club room. Apply at True
Carolina, it is made the measure of a Democrat Office.
man's qualifications to vote, that he be Schedule T. S. Railroad.
able to both read and wrte the C)niti- hdn T lod
tuition of the U. S. and understand its Effective November 22 the T. S. E.
provisions,. train for Wacissa will leave Tallahassee
Now, Mr: Editor, as C. M. B. Jr., is depot at 2 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
so solicitous of the poor taxpayers in returning to arrive in Tallahassee at
what they are compelled to contribute 4:30 p. m
toward the maintenance of the Rail- For Rent.
road Commission, does it not seem that r .
he would have advised his father, Hon. Six room house to rent on Boulevard
C. M. Brown, late Senator from the street Apply to Mrs Robt. McDougall
20th senatorial district, that he should 5-tf
not have put the poor taxpayers to the ot hat eant
enormous expense which hie did in his wot What ie Meant.
endeavor to maintain his seat in the Judge-You are accused of having
Florida Senate, which he was clearly beaten this person cruelly. The Ac-
not entitled to, as was evidenced by cused-Well. I had to xa:tt him to make
tne unanimous report of the committee him do his work. lie Is nn Idiot. Julge
of Senators who sat upon the investi- (severely)-You should remeinber that
nation. This contest cost the people of an diot is a man like you or me.
Florida $1.498.10, as follows:
For Attorney's Fees--------......... $390,00Oe Phae of Life.
Witness fees ...- -.... .- 766.70 ) P o Le
Printing report of corn.-------10700 "8o they live In the slnie hotel, eh?"
C. M Brown, mileage from "Yes: lie has a room on the second
Ocala -..-- ----- -.------ 48.40 story."
C. M. Brown, thirty-one days "And she?"
pay..-- .....-- ........ 1S6.00 "Oh. that's another story."--Chicago
And this, Mr Editor, was not "inter- News.
state," but was wholly within the State
of Florida. I M.... AA 4 f. ,n ... .. ..

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L Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies.



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090, W. CHILD.

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Plas and 8peelastlous fura Isbed. All kinds of buildings planaso
sad soastructed according to the I latest Improved methods.
K1Wi Work-Manufaoturers of all kinds of rough and dreased mlUDb*
z adlsi, stair raill, balastew porch column, brackets, mantaht, gilla
beay gable ornasmenta ad turned and scroll work of eovuy deemr
Uti. roek. ULme sad Comest for sale.

All orde will resolve prompt
-. be et Cl a In s 7ry tMcular.
Oae. abop sad L mbr TTard on

P. 6U =is

For Sale o Rent.
The Houstoun Home Place, one mile
east of the city. For particulars, ap-
ply to
S-tf J. P 8. RHmnrouN.


attention. We gnarate our ww
Prices reasonable
Seaboard Air Ilae, em Se t 8 1

Discharge Notice.

th monthslvii pr esdae se 60Sal
Cstim 1-0 .I w in qsmv
for mydhe4 sp-~Ibvq 'ea
or now yjK~ssg~~sm
bNtAe W. lc~~
Taflawim, Vh. sewombwit a.


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broideries and Laces, Torchon and Val-

enciennes Laces, also elegant assort-

ment of Taffeta and Satin Ribbons and

a beautiful line of


JON G. COLLINS, Publisher.


Every voter and every elect;on officer
In this county h;Ad just as well make, up
their mind,l ttsit thi. primary elections
will he ror.<,:u I .1 iaccordilrin t.o law
There isnno u--, in b' ing mi-aly-mouthed
about the mtri;tter onme ..hecrri' and
some tricks wv which have been worked in
the paxt will he. watched elos ly for,
and parties- e;,i.vht in them wi! lIh prom-
ecut.-d to the fuollt exte-nt of trhe law
All any candidate should wish for is a
fair nrid a square dutal, arid all who s things that way are now Ie,,frmrnmid
they shall ',e so in Le,-on courity

Editor A. I'. Jordan, of the tiunta
Gorda llHerald, i also announced for the
Legislature from IeSoto county. lie
makes a first-class nfewsIpaper, and it
goes without saying that he will make
a clean and honest lawmaker; one, too,
that could not be influenced for evil
against his people, and that means the
common people of the whole State
Send Jordan up here; we will endeavor
to pilot him through safely, and we will
stand for it that no lobbyist will come
near either of us. Now, be sure and
send him here from [)eSoto county It
is newspaper man down there against
newspaper man, however, and if I)De-
Bto deto decides to end Sparkman up here
we will do our best to help him keep
good and straight, even if he did nay
we wore a cocoanut head with milk in
It. We kind of got the best of him on
that, however, and that was the "end
of It."
It develops now, through Governior
Broward., that he in not the first Flor-
ida Governor that advocated the( drain-
age and rec'lamnation if th Ev. -r',tlade
toward says governoror hIloxhin i arid
Mitchell both reconrnui-r led it in their
messages. The idea ins ,t ,riginalwith
our present Governor I r, kilirnt Siun.
On the plan it hbias ie ih. ,tUMl h iId so ffar
it purely iN original with Governor
BIroward, and he in fully enit it l hd t what
is going to conie out of it; ar.d hte is ,nd
will get what In corning to him. trf..
Governor's Illoxharn and Mitchell rn; y
have, and pinmibly did, reconrmmnitel t I
drainage of the State's swamnsp i ,
overflowed lands, but they prl -o'oi
that it be experimented with lby pri
vate, and not public moneys, those ptnr-
ties undertaking it at no risk or expens-
to the people of Florida; and the prop-
oiltion always carriedil with it that they
were to be paid in lands that were re-
claimed and drained. Can't Governor
Broward and other hbe made to see the
great differences?
The enemies of ex-Governor Jennings
are running him for Congress against
Hon. S M. Sparkman for an excuse to
throw mud at him. The ex-Governoris
not In politics an a candidate Just now
When he becomes a candidate the pub-t
lic will hear of it through his friend,
not his enemies Brooksville Argus.
Mr. Jennings, himself, took occasion,
according to one of the Tampa newit-
papers, while in that city not long
since, to throw out a "gentle hint" that
he would be a candidate when your
Uncle Stephen Sparkman went out
after a 8enatorship, or something to
that effect To cut a long story short,
we believe the most respectable thing
the ex-Governtor could do under all the-
many and varied circumstances would
be to settle hirnt-elf Idown in that ele-
gant and expensive up-to-date mansion
he is now or hits re-cently had built at
Brooksville. HIe w,,ull perhaps then
koe,> happier, and the- people of Florida
would be letter atisfhllid.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir- Wee suspect you'd like the
tale, how a woman lit-at two hardware
dealers in Girard, Pa.
We tried our bent to g(et these mren to
sell Devoe lead-and-zinc in that lirnlht
town and failed. Iteluctantly took Mrrs
E. R. Bowman, druggist,
They said they couldn't se-ll pmnt fior
more than $1.26 a gallon. Mrs. How-
man can. She haa sold hiout all the
paint that has been sold there Poince
Lhe knew Devoe had Hold our artists'
materials. Had some sense and force
besideA. 8he easily learned thit cheap
is dear In paint, and told the- pI,,.'le.
M'. Burt Young bought a galloin of
Devoe for room that hadi always taken
a IaloItaf other paint. Had half left.
Mr. . H. Hl'er. jeweler, painted
De ed sIaysit goes further -,o par-
- Xr.16hn Hanna, grocer, thought it
eXlpnsive before he bought it; brought
back nearly halt of his paint, and said
It wa the ea-pest Job ho ever had.
Mt Bowman, repumrt univrsal satis-
feetlte. So much for a cheap paint.
town with I bright woman in it.
F. W. Duvou A Co.,
New York.
P. 8. Gilmere I Davis sell our Paint.

'f N **^ .r md

ticiaaa something amusing may be
tlookedtI forward to. We always did have
our doubts about a deep-in-the-deed pol-
itician returning and all of use Floridians
expected to see Senator Adams back.
but we expected he would be after
something a little higher up than a State
Senatorship He is a slick duck, as the
saying goes. and we may live to learn
ouometljing more from his manipulations
of men and measures
For Sale or eOEt.
The jBouatoun Home Place, pnmi
Sthe ckpy. For part
-J. r. 9. Irfetae.i.
Quit-Claim Deed and Townshi Plat
are ow to be secured at this ofile.


W. A. Hobson and W. S. Jennings,
, two of the seven trustees who persist ~
in a position to not accept the Stetson Leeol Couty Democratic Primary
proposition of $100,(0)) for the I'niver- Elocteo Called to B Hold eon
Mity have had a communication each in Tue say, May 15th, 1906.
the Jaicksonvilie Metropoii, gi ing their Th*e Democratic Exec.tive ( ,rr.mtei-e of I,,"n
coii'ty, Flordia, hereby .l ari'lJ i.rovide btr tt-e
reasons,. together with the other five ho,:di ora Democratic Primanr> Eect -in 'hrogh
stubl,orn tr'jt't..s to rieigrn, that thist out .oeo- ,urnty, In each of the -feral prre.nft.
thers,,f at the bual place s f h,,fdir it el-octuor,a,
princely sum rnmay be had, together with ,n Tuesday, ti t h day ,f May, A. D. ltua. irot"
eiKht o'cl,4.k A. M until .s rdjown. for 'he noml-
the $40,000( from Mr ( arnegie, for the nuaon of all Democratic car.lidates for the offi.
niversit. Trust-Jnn c heretinafter r ame to it votdt for by the *n-
U ni'vertitl. 1 -ugt-eeJenniriqm, I amp, lc at ic election at tne,r-ra! e..e-tioi, to be te.d
Fleteher, Hiob.on, Forbe., Solornon and n November I,. 1UA. in Paid ,,unty. Providttd.
That a second prrmasy. wh,-re neceary. shall be
Stewart (chaplain) are the on.s who held on Tueeday. the 12th 'ay of June. A.D. IKw,
are- blwoking t he way for the Univer- to' r'h e' between the candidate, whcrre
rIkin ne way for Ie rer- noi,mir.ationsohallnot ha.'.- twe-r made by a major-
sity to get thi $140, 000, with the way ity vute in the net i ninar .)jecton. ai.ld at iouth
e -irord primary elect on ,rf.:y IruI h elector-, a were
open for lots r more, and they never will quahlifed to vote at the tirst primary election ball
make their present position satisfactory ,The ertn Countyo Democratic Executive Corm-
to the- frierndi of the institution through- mitt"e-, calling said primary election herebyle.
c-lares the terms and irdotmdt ,nm on which legal
out the State. It is a Phartne and an electors offrmin to become candidates or to vote
outrage that the 'h(l is rhied this "at much election shall beo ievarded and taken as
outrage that the school |is daied this proper meonlwr n of the Democratic party arnd
money simply for spite work on the part thereforeentitled to participate and becandidatei
b fore and vot at such elections, as follows:
of the.-e even trustees. The $1$0),t 0X Tho., and only those persons *hall be permitted
Stetioea t loworne candidate. befie, or vote at or partici-
Stetnon propoition i before the board ,tein the management of any primary elechm
with no ill feeling toward a single mem- heid by the Democratic party in Maid county, who
are white Democratic electors, who declare their
ber. The condition applies to the sev- adherance to the principles and organization uf
entee who will resign au1 much ai, it the Demnhcratlc party., Stateand county..
enteen who ill resign a much t wh are by the lw of the tate lawful elector.
does to the seven who, refuse to resign. of the district in which they offer to vote, who
have raid their poll taxes legally due not less than
It was the intention of Mr Stetson to ton days before such primaryy election is held, and
who shall, when challenge-ilt by any elector, pledge
wipe out rind re-move from the Univer- in writing upoinoath before an Inspector him honor
sity all friction in the hoard, to have a to abide tby and uuplport the result of much primary
andl vote for the nomintes thereof.
boird composed of m-mrnberm who had Each elector in salo county, qualified to vote In
mai primary elections, *hall have the right to
nothing to do, or took any part in the vote forone candkdatae for State Senator, two can-
recent t trouble. This proposition wans 'idaete for members of the loui of Rekpresenta.
tiven. (he candidate fear county asesaor of taxes,
renewed by M rs Stet son. It applieci to one candidate for county tax collector, one carnwi-
rd no lanre ate tor county treasurer, five candidates for
tho- -ntire lord, and anyone- can read- county conmmissiouners. three candidates for memn-
Ily rmo, that the proI'.oition, in all itM .,,-r of the board uf public instruction, one calndi-
.date for .uptrvisor ,ot regrintration of elector., one
featiures, is hoe-t for the University candiidate tor jutti'e of the peace In each of the
Sfollowirit Justice of the peace districts in said
Thi $1.-i,0(H, if sr1 t :ll either. With a piny, to-wit: Noe. :t, 4. h. i, and 12, and one
new bomart i, free fr om the old trouble, t'awflidlatl for crnr>table in eachofrthe folio% ing
jn-tii oi the peae dl,.rl it. in sa idI county, t,.-
the intf itutl ilon htsA It magrnificent future wit Non. 3, I, II 11 and 1:2.
Sac .h pi-errin dlealinr to, have his name printeil
before it. Volusiait (iUtity Record. o the liririnry *lecton bllul.ots as a crandidiate fbor
aiy roiuntly otthie and rie-rni*. r atof the lA-riilature-.
It is saidl that the G(;overrnor will tak,, -hall tle- with te so.. rriti v of this rtoninittte<,i,
I ha nd I t t I rwf,or, t'he. 26th li ,-f A ilrni, A, l I1ivi5 his
Shtiail in lthe, prirnmry to try toget ;in-i t,,,tnI.. ,f .,anriadaey and mallivatni.llito htin.<. hi.1
dilate elee-tedi to the : Legislatuire fai- ,ar'..- .. irii.ilcl. ulrin n ;:ir k t.o be furnishe-ld t,>
voralile t)o his draiinage cheire Th- 'hi th, Ao-sl a t-irertar), arin do.'it, i,a-ol i'db)itn amtnint
,rf r rm-ivyi ,V Itioal f i t iol.. r '* < it )' f thte rinnual
[io lo-. oaf Florida iire' not willing yet Io ,,-it, ,in,,ri.,,,o ,f thp itihe .. fir c ahor% hr In a s an.-
S,.- t x-d rrilllonsorH f dollars to attempnllt ,o .lt,. lr n no a e it oat,, "rah u-arllhulst- u .l
to drain th.e vergl iles, espl. Ii llly Io il. tI- ri l t(l or o,o i, .l (i r ,. .t o rnord, if ijrlnt..t l
.' 411(V .noty vil'h li llr,. ,,r.; .* this p |ro,.v"ion shooi il
wh-rin there art- millions ofacres of wild h.e at-oin eornilael ihS. Suial s-cr-.tary shall.
lands yet remaining in the- Statealrewlav inru-dilatly after tho .'*-,h iay i.f ALrn. A i.
dialised and retadly tofrr cIarin upl and l110;, furnish to, each .eo.-lw,pl.I llibihel in -ai
SI li c-illt IVting, andi rich landi, too, It Will tihli .am Aa.idatei-fr for h ot o '-.
take' a greater iirn( of nionev to carry The voting in said lIo ry ,vletionsn ha l;. I .
out thte governor's s dlrainagce hee lche le l -ll, t. roartl ail ui-oil in ii.r,',alrdie with thti
ir,,t ,,imo,,ni f the Stiat,- i.-,-'rin law, acidl -hall ht-
than the tax pasy rs ,iot het Sttate can irintr e ani d tiitl-r ih, ,iire..tin .ii
itardid It woiuIl linkikrllit the poor ild crtmittet,. aidl ,i --ail htall,'tA ,hoall fio-
fil or oianll. Volilt i record printed, fir.atr thie r name. of the c-ar,,,lillat
lor tSti ate i ld Natloeinal itticei. the tarn.i- if t,I
Sill lour ; vroVorti' do such a thing am rlanidillltel- for State htiatiir. w-ond, the nai0rnv
Sf all srnaliolate for the Hiliue of fiepre Lentat i u.
that; yet doi Wn from the lofty position thirl, the nuarri-e of all candidate ifor county Hti-
lis o1ur i'hie'f executive and ;play the n, iir iai taxe-. Iourth. the name of allcandl dates
fit i, i,, ty tax c<>llhc 'ir: irlfth. the- nam ic. ,I ail
waine of a eliti-a t politician to secure 'Mililiiti feor coutlty treasurer; sixth, the naneift
of all <'n-itlulat.en for rcount)y (ommris 'iner acco-e'ri
eriot h votes in the- I,egislature to help r, .,i the reirular numercent older ot tt t i,-
him carrv out his drainage scheme,. i t***"tve countyy cmnm nnsieone-rdistrict ; seventh.
lt i hvname oif all c aiididatea frur member of the
We don't believe G(overnor Hroward ieard( of ptIahli instruction in the regular nunier-
will li, anyuchthing. i al order eof the several districts of Auch tIeMaid.
ill ny ich thin, ut w d e- eighth, the names of all candidates fur .ulirvisn,"
lieve there are others i at work to get iaf registration of electors; ninth, the riamn.. %of all
aclndidlates or justice of the >loeare in the
candidatesn elected to the Le.gislature" numerical order uf the respective justices of the
Space diS tricat, ait tenth, the name ot all ratidi-
favorable to .schemes other than the ldait for constable in the regular numerical oriier
drainage scheme. It may be they wish o'f aidt j(atice of the peace district unit the
ramioeac( h group of candidates shall bee printed
the drainage scheme too, but there are Inalphabetial order on each ballot
The *aid committee *hall at noon, ,on the lt;th
other reasons for having men who can day of May. A. D. IWe, meet at nthe nourt hoitm
be controlled just as there were at the of said county anrd publicly canvass the returns
and declare what -andidatee have been iominatedc
last session, and if the people, who hive by majority vote for each county offce. andr in
been no terribly flim-fammed for the hat such canes a second primary will have to be
terribly flim-ammed for the held, nd the chairman and secretary uf said corn-
past seveaal years are not wakeful and mitt"e hall, within two days thereafter, certify
to the chairman of the State ExecutivetCommittee
watchful, there will Ie "not thing doing" aand to the membiaer of the State Executive Com-
mittee from maid county, showing the result of
at the next session There area num- each pre net. and hat I also certify to the c.a .
Ner of cloudy things its not too0 late for manof the chairman of the Congressional Com-
mattee of the Third districtt much result as toa
the people to have their representa- candidates for member of Consrees.
SiEach candidate fur office being voted for shall
tiven look into. and now in the time to have the right t, place one challenger and one
put in an tef-rt to get the truest and watcher In the Ioalling places at each precinct in
said county, which s challenger and watcher
bent We can take care of those State shall be entitled to be present during the entire
time the lpill arte open, to challenge voters and
officers who have abusrd the trust im- titnesthe counting of the vote and certi-
pn ed in then when thev become can- fying of the result after the polls are closed.
po in m w n y om can The hallots, poll lists, returns and other records
didates just ai few months later. They of the ele-ttoin shall be preserved by the maid
hvea i .1 h ut Xlai t th Cunty Executive Committee after the primary
have a lot thy must explain to the hu ~ been held.
har '. c('hairman of lcin County democraticc xe-cutive
Commit tee.
Senator Frank Adamns retired from W i. wIl.q(N. Secretary.
piliticn for awhile All right. but some -
people of Hamilton county just won't Notlic.
have it that way. The two candidates NOTIC(E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT ii
who had announced! for the Senate have Airi. A I l mI, athe an ce oa the it' ca of
withdrawn their annotunc'ements and Ctrc-uut ('curt on enS for Leon county, Frhl. te
names of thirt, 0 toi Ipersonswill tie drawn from
petitions galore have teIn signedl and the jurt fis. si the law dIrects, to serve as juror,
Slashed t at the iprlng te-rm f the circuit court in and for
published in the two county news a- Is,,n county. Flrnitl.. which said term of the ,r-
pera jiuttitir him in again. (Inh "John -,,it ('eucrt will Ie- he-Id In the city of Tallahassee
- P n ,n Minday. the .th day of May. A. I). l.t.
High," objects to things going exactly HsN~Y T
Clerk (Circult Court. Leon (C',ounty, i'lorla.
that way. however, and after giving a
number of reasons for it suggests the Call on F. M. Brumby and let him
calling of a mass meeting to put anoth- surprise you at the low prices he will
or candidate in th? field. It begins give you in new and second-hand Furni-
now to look as if Senator Frank will tur n houtd pie
be put into some more warm politics in
his neck uf the woods and being one of r.u Xtylli H. Art. takes a
i,'Lori- iha shrewditet .f the ihrewd owli. .hnn tke a
---r'--------- - - l *h jiui V j, --** .

J. P. S. HOUSTOUN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


J. D. CAY, 140 S. Adams St.

deep Interest Ini art. Mrs. Oldar-You
surprise- mne. %frt. Sytile-Well. It was ***1
a surprise to Ime. but I heard bila tell-
Ing Jack mitw-meler last nIght that It "
was a good thing to study your band
before you drnw.

*t...ou.,.oe-r. Neat Printing
"elp! lelp cried the man who e .................. _
we being rbbetw4.
"Calm yourelt." midy tShe blbway. Creates a good impre sion among yo r
a oorrespondeats and Ilps to give your
Between two evils cheese neither: b* business pretige.
twee tw* gopo bAoo4 both. 9-* wu m NAT VUIM A 9U m& 9 5m

hn ohn a obitOOLLIN ._J OPFIO.

See John Conse OrwJob Prtatter. WVV VW


e tI carry the choicest livery in
$."the city.
Mv teams cannot be duplica-
Sted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phsetons, 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-
lahassee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After this t(late I will o,,e-ate tiu public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for fam elis ,-- ,tl5'.uals to meet all trains arriving or
To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent d-ierm. Irove ,re no others so getl. A trialwillconvince.
In the sales department will a!wa'vs be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses and muies for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
ing for either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
*A Lo e %1o.- 14 1~ 06 --- A, ___sams IJree, se-11 ou ei@11-re co- --

m ..


Sf vurnitureL.



In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering

Special Bargains.

If you (e' re bargains in all kinds

of Furniture and House Furnishing

Goods L wi\1. i)Ay you to call and look

over our sto2k of goods before mak-

ing your election.




Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.


and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
s-nall. Do no harm to ask them any-
h )w.


Come t > No. 140 South A lame Street, see for yourselfrand ;be con-
vinced. Number of phone 21.

*aL '

OYU Wil Ner w the difference between Credit and Cash value unless you

S Will Never KnOW Investigate our offerings and COMPARE THE DIFFERENCE.
Try it. ---------- -

White Lawns, 40 in wide, at.- 10, 12j, 15, and 20c. I
White Check Dimity, at ..--------.10. 126 and 15c.
Persian Lawn in White, Nice Shere quality, at.. - -

...-.-.-.- ---- ----------- 10, 15, 25, and 35c

White Piques, at

.-.-.----. 10, 134, 15, 20, 25c.

Mercerized Waistings, _
White Linen, at---------

at 20, 25, and 35c.
..25. 35, 50 and 75c.

Ladies Neckwear, don't fail to inspect these values.

Mosquito Canopies, .- $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00.

Kabo Corsets have no Brass Eyelets, -... $1 each. Colored Lawns in great variety of Patterns.



Percals and Oxfords.


Ladies, Misses and Childrens Parasols, a fiine lot.




Mrs. Alice Walker left Monday for
Atlanta, her home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ginsberg, of
Quincy, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Block.
Mr. Julius Ball attended the Grand
Lodge meeting of the Knights of Honor
at Gainesville Tuesday.
Mrs. Thomas M. Dozier of Jackson-
ville, is spending several weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Randolph.
Mr. Charles F. Cogswell, of Tallahas-
see, was registered at the Bon Air yes-
terday -Bainbridge Tribune.
Have you tried our 2'c meal? If not
you should do so at once. It's the best
in Tallahassee. Constantine House.
Mr. J. C. Compton, ex-Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction, of Lake
City, spent a few days in the city this
The reception at the college Friday
evening given by the faculty and young
ladies of the college was a most enjoy-
able affair.
J. E. Hardee was in Tallahassee Tues-
day Col R. H. Rowe spent Wednes-
day in Tallahassee on legal business.-
Madison New Enterprise, 5th
W. D. Christie and John F. McDon-
ald of Atlanta, and Mr. J. A. McLaurin
of Blakely, Ga., registered at the Leon
Go to the Constantine House and be
perfectly satisfied. We are sure to
please you. W. L. Strickland is the
ever pleasant manager.
Col. S. I. Wailes, who has been spend-
ing several days pleasantly with his Tal-
lahassee friends, left yesterday for East
and South Florida.
Tallahassee friends were very sorry
to learn Wednesday of the serious ill-
ness of Mrs. J. E. Trice at the home of
her son, Mr. Joe Trice, of Medart, Wa-
kulla county.
See the official announcement of Hon.
Thomas Jefferson Appleyard for Rail-
road Commissioner in another column.
It speaks fully for itself, and leaves no
comment from us necessary.
Mr. R. Bradley, of Tallahassee, spent
several days last week with Mr. R. E.
Sloan ... Miss Aele Simon spent Sat-
urday and Sunday in Tallahassee with
her sister, Miss Etta Simon.- Monti-
cello News, 6th.
Invitations for the wedding of their
daughter, Miss Bessie Mulford Saxon,
to Dr. Charles M. Auslev, have been is-1
sied by Mr. and Mrs. Saxon. It takes
place at Trinity church Wednesday
n on, April 25th.
Hon. I. H. Withers, who is a candi-
date for the Senate from Lake county,
was on a business visit to Tallahassee
this week, and, with our old true friend,
Hon. T. B. Lamar, from the same
county, made us very pleasant visits.
Mr. Lamar may also become a candi-
date for the Legislature from his county
Marvin Collins, who has been one of
the efficient clerks for S. J. Drawdy for
several years, has sold his home at 2)6 ,
Lamar street, and, accompanied by his
family, will leave to-day for Tallahas-1
see. Mr. Collins will enter the whole-,
sale merchandise field in his new home,
entering the business with his brother,'
Walter Collins.-Tampa Tribune. 4th.
We had very pleasant visits the latter;
part of last week from Dr. J. A. An-
ers, Hons. E. C. Smith and W. A. Reg-
ister, and Mr. David Gramling. A cart-,
wheel actually flew out of Mr Gram-
ling's hand into our coat pocket, it was
so eager to do a dollar's worth of good
in aiding to conduct for Leon county an
honest and newsy newspaper If you
don't believe this part of the yarn, just
ask him about it; he'll tell you of the

Manager Miller, of the Tallahassee
Water Works Company, ha put every
citizen who has been on te dusty
streets during the Patse etleys an-
er obagetes to afor t paw ikMkt
haad 'Tis -o a 4Pw a A t
pe b ft men, to prt4
st&ks from the dusto contribe .
paMd somethdaW for the water,. bat many
were not called uoN to got
benefit of It, and Mr .iM-
that It is does good sad right. i
all on our street would go lte thu
s erkfg aehooL

Gem Mosquito Canopies, to fasten to pily, until her death about three years islelicL,. LooMs Prealsiag.
Bedstead, at R J. vans'. 7-tf. agoot onlaConfed At the Bell residence on Monroe Tampa Tribune: The outlook for a
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, chairman Mr. Cromartie was not onlyaConfed- street, Wednesday at high noon Miss good Legislature next year ia growing
of the Railroad Commission, went to rate veteran, but aveeran Christian. Eleanore Bell and Mr. Walter McLin righter every day inc the tribune
Jacksonville Wednesday on business. ifeaed by acps Chre tn fairly n were married in the presence of a large declared itself in favor of newspaper
Mrs. John S. Winthrop has gone to was not only loya to te church of his number of friends, men beingchosen to that body in every
Chattahoochee to visit her daughter, was not only loyal to the church of his The hall and parlor were very prettily case possible.
Mrs. James H. Randolph. n oiced erorks inanes,ut aboun decorated with smilax, ferns, palms The latest entry is none other than
Mrs. A. C. Kittel, of Apalachicola, e was conservative, both in politics and roses. During the ceremony the Hon. Adrian P. Jordan, editor of the
Mr. Ernest E. McLin of Ocala, brother and religion In the latter it-was not bridal couple stood under an arch of Punt Gorda Herald, whohas beennom-
of the groom, and Miss Lula Isbell somuchaprofesin a an exemlifica smilax entwined with white lady bank- mated by the people of his section of
were here to attend the marriage of tion. sias, from the center of which was sus- DeSoto county, on a platform favoring
Miss Eleanore Bell to Mr. Walter Who of his neighbors will ever forget ended a wedding bell of white roses, a division of the county into two.
McLin. John A. Cromartie as in the (lays of The wedding march was played by The Tribune is not postedon the mer-
The members of the Tallahassee Lit- vigorous manhood he exercised that in- Miss Ezabe Ttu The rbbon s of the d on question, but it is
erary Club extend a cordial invitation fluence for good which only a man of berers were Miss Ruby Mcin and sted on Jordan, as a man and a pub-
toal their friends to attend a Japanese his moral standing could The matron of honor was Mrsi. A C. e knows that Jordan arghton pra
tea to be given by them at the residence He was not onlyapillar in the church, The matron of honor was Mrs. A C. Ito th at Jordan isrihton prac-
of Mrs. r e. orge'Greenhow from 4 to 6 but a power in the community. Natu- Kettel; maid of honor, Mss Lula Isbell; tically every question that confronts the
o'clock on the afternoon of April 17th, rally of a retiring disposition, he over best man, Mr. John Bell; attendants, people of Florida today.
1906. sought office, either as a church official Misses Pearl McLin, Susie McGriff, It know this because Jordan is not
be, M to G an orIn tin cfe e;ts was even- smoralLola Cates, May Alford, and Messrs. one of those men who "straddle." He
Bobinet Mosquito Canopies, very rin civil life; but such a s s mural Perez McDougall, lie Jacobs, Fred is a man who, both through his paper
cheap, at R. J. vans'. and thus his influence was great, Baggs and Tony Burns. and personally, speaks out boldly and
First Baptist Church, Rev. Frank W. He leaves surviving tw sns J.. The ceremony was performed by Rev fearlessly on every public question.
be conducted by the astor, Rev. rank martin, who resides on the hom Th young couple left on the after- oes to the next Legislature, there will
the at 11 oclock. The day also a sister, Mrs. Dr. Gardner, all of noon train for Chattanooga, Tenn., e "something doing" on the pardon-
bemoing Eingrih Sbeath1ct suhectaiywhom have the syrmpathy of the entire where they wil spend their honey- in power abuses.
being Easter Sabbth, the sub ect will community. Tove te h hha of he eathed moon ow E thir thaoneys that there will be no chican-
be, "The Emptn y Grave." In tf e even-a l The bride, who is the only (laughter cry that he can prevent, no jobbery if
ing at 7.30 o' clock the Junior Baptist the richestof alllegacies a god nan of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burney Bell, is in his power to kill it.
Union will render the beautiful Easter A FRIENDi. of a very lovable disposition and was It knows that Jordan is for and with
exercise, entitled "Easter Gladnessh w o quite popular among the young people the people and their best interests, and
This is a very pleasingexercise,abound- A Great Sale. f Tallahassee. that there s no power in this State or
ing in bright, beautiful song and recita- The old reliable firm of J. T. Budd & Mr. McLin, the groom, is the second in any other State, political or capital.
tion. We believe should you be present Son, of Monticello, is to be closed out, son of lon. B. E. McLin, Commissioner istic, strong enough to swerve him from
you will enjoy it. Bible School at 10 and the New York and St. Louis Con- of Agriculture He is a young man of' what he conceives to be his duty.
a. m Junior Baptist Union at 3 p. m. solidated Salvage Company have taken sterling worth and has many friends in Whatever may be the opinion of the
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 6.45 p. m. All charge of and will commence the sale the Capital ( ity and throughout the people of DeSoto on this division ques-
are cordially invited to worship with of goods in that town beginning Wied- State. who wish him and his fair com- tion, whatever may be the facts and
us. Strangers will be especially wel- nesday, April 18, 1906, and lasting ten panion much happiness circumstances surrounding it, has noth-
corned. days to Saturday, April 28th. By tele- in to do with the proposition which the
.De.h .T o r. A graph message, Tuesday night Mr. Budd To City Taxpayer. Tribune is now edeavoring to drive
Death of Mrs. Taylor. asked if we could get him out 25.0(M) Editor True Democrat: home, which is:
After only a few days' illness, Mrs. large closely printed one-half sheet A call is made for the property own- Florida needs men like A. P. Jordan
W. R Taylor died Saturday afternoon. posters at once, and on being told we ers of our city to vote on April 15th in its Legislature.
Her death was a great shock to her could, in the neatest, most attractive and say whether or no the authorities
friends, as very few of them knew of and up-to-date style and at as reason- shall issue and sellcity bonds to the ex The following pointed paragraph is
her illness. able prices as he could find in this part tent of $20,000 and pave Monroe street from the Marietta Ga Journal:
The funeral was held at the Taylor of the South, he replied that his repre- When thisjobis half finished we will be "There was a man in this place and he
residence at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, tentative would be here on the train probably asked for authority to issue was wondrous wise; he marked a silver
Rev. W. H. Carter officiating. After that night, only a few hours later, to another $200.(p to finish the work, for dollar and ave it all to Lize; she went
the funeral her remains were sorrow- arrange for it and give us a copy. He to pave Monroe street-teight feet wide to see the butcher and blew the dollar
fully laid to rest in the city cemetery came on time. It was Mr. M. L Gim- from entrance to the Capitol grounds to in it wasn't long before the coin came
beside the body of her husband, the late ble, of the above company, and we got the Leon Hotel corner and for a width back again to m. He took it to the
Capt. W. R Taylor. Many floral trib- together in short order and agreed on of 50 feet to city's north line will re- merchant and bought a dress for Jane-
utes attested the esteem and love in the price of the work The job is com- quire 26,289 square yards at $1 50 per before the week ad finished up back
which deceased was held. pleted and the J. T. Budd and Son o. yard will amount to 39,434, and with came the plqnk again; he spent thecoin
"Asleep in Jesus" and "Thy Will Be ave their printed matter in the neatest the extra cost of curbing the sides will in Marietta full fifty times or more, but
Done" were sung with much feeling by shape, and we are proud that we met .run the total cost much above $40,00). always got it back again and spent it
a special choir composed of Mrs. L. A. and become acquainted with Mr Gir Are the property owner along the o'er and o'er; but when he sent thedol-
Perkins, Mrs. F T. Myers, Mrs. R. B. ble, for we found him one of the nicest streets willing to pay their two-thirds lar down to the Atlanta store, 'twas
Gorman, Mrs. Arvah Hopkins and Capt. of nice young business men. of this amount of several hundred dol- gone for good forever- and he never
I. A Shine. They are offering one of the fine-t lars for each lo* they own on this street, saw it more."
The pall-bearers were Messrs W. A. stocks of goods ever put upon a Middle and are the property owners through- __
Demilly, T. H. Randolph H. T. Felkel, Florida market, and it will pay all to ut the city within to aume the re- At Miami Mr Fager said no man
D. R Cox J. W. Collins and Capt. R. get and read one of those nice poster. rsining one-third tf the $40am r Wouldf r ha er saidno man
A. Shine. and then go to Monticello to lay in a it not hebetter to defer this work for an live fr himself alone and the self-
The deceased leaves four daughters, pply seasonable go .cheapofr aearrs until after the city e that's a t'hristian proposition, however
Mrs. Clarence James, Mrs. Herbert such bargains for those kind of gmods through digging ditches for the city
Williams, Misses A!ice and Bessie Ty will not be ofierue soo again Farel1 ww' rae' r and water mains. which startling, but Mr. Flagler finds him-
]or; three son. [Daniel. Lamar and Ric Will be paii for each purchaser of should e dne before the paving is self in the rear of the procession for
ard. and many friends to mourn her $25.00 who ma toMontiello for doneele much f this nic paving will er ps first time in hins life. For
lss. other points. tak in this sale if y' have to be tor up and done over. and eresnGov.rowardwhothinksnews-
We extend sincere sympathy to the can. it can nct again be made uniform after mistake th whole p public on
bereaved family. City Council Meeting.. years to come over the loome dirtApublictor mNch-
her G.. Our copy of the proceedings of the. I recommend that all pro rtv own-w metamo smof te toverglades might
eA Good a a atReost. City councill meeting held Thursday erfeat this bond issua e at thi time, and be good or the B. 's, but why should
John Alexander Cromartie was born night came in too late for publication ntdefea. use their every effort time, and others pay the shot? Charity is one
August, 1&34. and died at his late in full in this issue. so we give merely thing, a gift another but submission
ridence in Miccosukie on the 10th in- a summary promising a more detailed plthe city er buyhip a reasgood water to force, ing but r
stant, after a lingering illness of sev- statement in our next issue, especially and just price thi present plant and rto a bluff wi not we pleasunt.-
eral years. of some reports and transactions which improving it or by ersting an entirely Times-Union.
Mr. Cromartie's parents moved to are of especial interest to our readers newimproving it or cty erctinow p an entirely
Florida in the forties and settled on A request of the mayor for a horse for new plant. Our city now pays about .. ory
their plantation four miles north of use by the chief of police, facilitating $3"1A0 for water and fire protection Returns from all over the county, in
Bradfordville, on the Thomasville road. his efforts to proper police so large a this amount paid as interest on a bond the way of private conversations an
There the subject of this notice was territory, was granted. issue will give us a larger amount of general opinion, point to an immense
reared. His father, bei a man of The mayor's vet, and his reasons water and a greater lig t supply both vote being cast for Col. John B. Dellas
hiadliberaledruca-hr r of thmor dnanc creasing of which our city will t compelled to State Senator. His great popularity
substance, gave him a lie ral educa- therefore, of the ordinance decreasing have,, so bid against this bond issue, and among all classes has something to do
tione After being prepared for a col-the commissions of the tax collector, let us have the city water plant first, with this feeling, but his greatest
legite our, he entered Emry Col- was announced then if we wish to, we can vote on pay- strength arises rom his faithful and
logo Ga., where, after some time, he The mayor's salary was reduced from ing streets. efficient service rendered the county
hmL & with the a a of A R. B i to o aI M .ear indte. e s. .. -,t- .L.. la

Soon after, his father died and he as- A resolution denying salary to mem-
sumed the management of the estate., berm of the board of electric light man-
his mother and two sisters being d-' agers was passed.
pendent on him. I A resolution was adopted reducing
When the civil war broke out in '41 the salary of the sewerage engineer to
Mr. Cromartie. then a yodng man of 27, $60, effective May I.
prmpUg volunteered ad listed aa a --- e -
I inteV y kt BR mlnt, I Constantine House. that's the place
Foida IfMan oo his regiment where you are made to feel at home.
was otered Ito an d he was n If ou call and see as you are sure to
anet fthegreat tteasof thema canm
oraWebe days, sWti As was captured at -
Gettyasbut la July. 181A. sw .-
esed tl prison atO the and t A large lot of mmBw Tablwa e.,
war. h q W sefl andM unique arthlei of i e adW
-o- atter e, rtmoo nt ad exquisiteo deuig, at E.
ag Klmionk.a With her be yed hap. W. Chak's.

GEo UREENHOW urng nhi terms in te M eg saturv
----. -----... .. heretofore. Ever ready and watchful
T Looking over in the of his constituents' interests, his inter-
Tampa Times: Looking over in the and honesty of purpose unques
direction of Cincinnati, we discover that ..n him yo- --mo n --
Hamilton county ha recovered $211. 000 tioned, made for him a name an repu-
interest on county money which the htaton surpassed by none. Colhtl Dell
treasurers thought they had safely f spent the best Alportion of h life a
buried in their wallets. The wave a former of Alachua.nd tia mran of the
reform evidently paid its expenses n -eople, understanding their wishesa nd
Hmlo county.* in aterests. and can always be found the
Hamilton county. same, week day or Sunday In rain or
Sca< ~ reu ts f^rom ^ a^ ds- u nshIne, a man who wil advocate and
Sick headache results from a derange- _l for the right to t he bitt end-
ment of the stomach and is cured yl Il tr1
Chamberlain's Stomach and LiverU Tab- a Il D.Utr -
ets. SoM by all draumLt. I Moaqto Canpe.aBfaU kinl&at .
See Comin if you want Job Printing. J. val '. l-t

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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. AM "ADDRESS TO VOTES." hard day's work; to beat them with ties with a boasd of examine eco- Tried t Whip the SdM r.
SI l- rmls until the wes are on their pr- taty.gorg frmtw eamputoesap md Down n mt darkest Ar.
303 1. COLLI, PuMbsher. To the Democratic Voters of Florida: soes to show for it; to let them enforen decent, humane treatments". g- Sd oa
Under the present system of nomi- there brulsed and festering feet so hor It is quits erota that the State *D. BM-
nPUsLUEMR sV3Y raIDAY MORNIGo. eating your public servants for office, ribly mtllated md dismWsed for want of thoritie will fully Investigate the b of the gisleturae "lop-esrd
each of you have a right to say who protection whenworkingthatthestench chaes of inhaman treatment, and Her o the e went into te
What Deemes of or Small Chlme shall be your nominees. drives menm their pr thesepun the offenders. That having been oa lik the dit r. After a sia.
Did you ever stop to think how much It beingimpoible for the individual are conditl ds wr y oftee t e nals of doe the next sop Isto n toe It mtnd u oe lied, the. m othB

'oh ang? Spseyou le t t go dt tenids. 1ffo athe drtlsltheaoin sel is on, wh ich wo tan o I tc d m eor oh c nient horetouh
ch '"ned.i d.ha'v f nicels 3officS, the jdeh m- to. r (It, i- et ar *n e _.ontrodue .him-Po.*oefb, ie this particular.

i 'llhavf to you thTh Tyded e tai mtt bium of the stane Is oe n y o n ot ol d ray t orat g rip, wt a l is mable rhed e ound ihsecnt hvo e .so *
and dies in your pocket some warm ieat tos Florida moblot in th getting at or ts. whhe s ntome weeks ws te o sseieo a I
aftern you nare on your wy shomeh w.udgd e unfoairtheeorCfomr, w i oent thisduria resuld of av Map Lan dins Iowa. veroun i
nk It w nt o u and d urreneverer with the navasolicit port of the stuconvict the Governor, by a ht r w u sth s my es o roube you nthow don't think
Shor Ynit and k a he t h votes byn h nNA p a p t Members nd he u hdoubtl will, set self otrs d ercolds, whih
a lady'r hand at. Ysou can dte t in of the Rin ailrod for over 23 year udas. thmmedi lwhey. A ay of such tretm nt espdily developesdtinte t w*eat ki check it. The d. At this mcouh easil
i om sour mWeal, oti from hnev mdnt a been gn the n poapeo butid talka tl ei usl n o s cincent r nte s llsof s afnrd afe. Waenr to Pneumon taterons ao.
lieve you 'l havese mcram." There They doe e dain matters betw elope n whose toerm ao hort an ou te of Amon the blank form kept its n stock r shore troundp wthcure that coughma.
m one your dimes. It isn't long the great orpof the State durmthe all theople whor the c basts or ou st reews a amt at th says Mr. J. S. Egle tonofthe T ricin reach of all.
befTho re you spend one for somethi t woulr and my every effair, therefore, while Buthe laor he can without ard to how Landfollowin: Sold lo r iar" wrow off ts *
else, ndt isn't long before your do whthersrettendin to the duties they in uft er oris wronheth. It i worse thaeve n tur- Deed-No. 1. Confeorming to thestato
srioney nithea cone ware paid to perform, for another indi- slvery or n e. It in the State up, eyes nno"runni, h it oenin he t

Swill fuin th on e of th little I spellsofchiy hold; am thoroughly acuaintells and fever. We Mr About this time the member of the t
nks reertoanoewhowiloe vidual seeking the position to take ade hi shard tory to put in cold Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended editor of this paper, is suffering from.
to ol n and ay ou with iti n id tion of Florida, afs my acquaintaeship t ut if such abuse s are tolerated acknowledgment for dowerl the effect of a serious operation ats
da oufrom thyou like toth k now of some a tlive at Lake City me Florida; into a of th ae i tme thee icts MortgageNo and 2 above. St. Lukes Hospital; but her thousand

torht wfIl be .ar l on i ll devre ita evyry county within itt border; have know it. Our tyhtsm of open air em- Chattel Mortgage or Billof Sale, with of friends are delighted to know that
way tyo rest this tendency to spend candidate for Railroau Commissioner- I honest mtrn would not drive outo of f Chamberlain's Stomach s nd Liver s to H ou r urtg

of money llar and unnecessarily Why, get am eeVirginian by birth; reentered yo u in loymentforconvi far peor Tablets, nd by its libshe is getting along splendidly, and that
hrnet dt, of Aproved pocket Savings Confedmerate navy whe n 12 yearsof; have If the on ii n rn pron completely knocked ouwith Note. she wiyour cough in be at home thrin onlyat and few
each veIt we all ow br uent ntrt b*** a nd surrendered with the Stale Senate sbut thief Sta tem should never be allowed Turpentine Lease. more days Jacksonville Floridoan.
can bell aronie ghtn in th esket or inGreensboro, C 1 ; I have re- on te i he part o f yo the omun erai PromHsory Note. Dr and Ms. H. Arbuckleon of tAg

Below we ive a table w howing how ar s wi retht ry and can condently o refers snc iAs thi Readsort rby toWpticod Ded-No. 2. Shame ithl exteA nes Scott College, announce the birth
lady's han accumulate in ve yearit in dtinFlorida thful attover years; have them and where some restrictions are TANCle fo w of a son, Howard Bell Arbuckle. Jr.-
computed on a ba of in f oi been in the e wupn erina ymemberssall that placed upf onthem,r rather is no excuse all and see them. Atlanta Journal, 7th. oh s

days inr the yearci, at f3 per cet interent "n an ruravPer d m at tim es ina w n thi Sitate it itim th For Sl a, F M. Brumby will save yous money
t t ltr. ,llartt is ever ready to time; have diligently t hat these or profitab use this labor on road M- y farm t l foty r the west. in new and second-hand Furnture. 2tf.'
Sr dyor r awork4 have nevee n attaeuuidin develop- er whose terms are short and Ou of Amonthe blank forms kept in stock Horehound Syrup will cughbred that coghorn

fi e yes e a the person terst atent of the State (luring have whee whom the contract t squeeze the allghest The True Democrat office d artheThe ce puts it within reach of all.

on all mne brought in ts banks ihn F0 lid siwern given are ju1imosto y exer. bidder, o t should only be under the most riy N ot. ry At the Constantine House. See our
elornw we d gifv aya t.,.l ing hw .wet ad cie proven of great nefit to the rigid supervision of the State sUthori- OWe alsoav sfNs ad on the local page.b
In t rue Dem rut of ebru y rn my li, and there in the future theason r he can without regard to howfollowing: WA

seeFla.nwill beothaun fe i vttth erin ihf etion they sufer ii whether they even bur- Deed-No. 1. Conform ming to thetat-

ae wll furnd getish one of thee little nks I may hold be nam the r acquainted d i we or not." ute. Mr. A. M. Williamson, wife of the
thinks free to anyone who will promise with tham c nts ad of every see- ithis is hard storyto the ut in cold Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended editor of this paper, is suffering from
SCLWn an account with within thirty tie of Florida, a myacquaintaner i the utieship p. but if uh are tolerated acknowledgment for dower the effects of a serious operation t
days erom the reeirt of the bank. In- and travel have le nd me at times intoa Mortgage-Nos and 2, as above. St. Luke's Hospital; but her thousands

p a s m showing The State of Florida has wonderful
teret will be pai o all ossibiliti every county wit and in myers; havumble know it. Our system of open air e- Chattel Mortgage or illof Sale, with of friends are delighted to know that

Foley & Co., Chicalo,ok origteftspinion no agency can be such a potent
oney and Tllar a throt and lung fact ie been chosen t represent you in ployment for convict is far superior to Note. she is getting along splendidly, and that
rmdy, and on account of th e great road Commission. For this reason the confinement in Northern prisons, Crop Mortgage, with Note. he will again be at home in only a few
merit and popularity of oley's Honey voter ould weigh carefully the claimsshould neer be alwed Turpentine Lease.
and Tall many broughmitations are offered bank or of every oine wh o offers of the place. Promissory Note. Dr
Below wnue Thgive a tables imita This announcement i drect personal Doors, Sash arefernd Blinds, Lim e, Cement and Pllso have a supp of "NO AD- nes Scott College, announce the Bu idingrth

tions hav imllar ounding names. Be- apeal to YOU andividua Two mem-
comput of them. Tbashe genuine of 31 oley riofmthe ard re tony memberof the for its own pris years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guaranteed.
Holays in the year in a yellow ckgere want to be durione ofth t time, a wellant and perflaborm allto the turpenhat is required of us in this lining camps For Sale. We also make a specialty of
k or t and refuse any sutitute vote and support Should you choosearhivesotheThereisnotaountyintheStatebut
t i the bt remedy for coughs and me, I promisein a fact t hat you shll never haveta se hiEighty-five acres gd ; goo five-
cold Sold by for all ers 14 caushave neto rreent it in have fiftythoroughbred ho
acRailradom of nearly all if it must needs be the Ste convi rom ridence; plank nd wire feny largens.e CanfurnishEggsacquaintanceship

Whcy tee Jeweler wAde$* ir your county (Le n), to whom I refer
The following xr,." story has p.42 t he States of the y fnion have, w for thee arend asreq this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest improved

one and T ry Is darrvt n l fAthe ny l twers Democrat wveJ oul d do, I sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
"Recently a church congregation in ede mysef to abideby the result o the rigid sules laid dowpervision ofby th e coauthor. We solicit your business.the
little town buit a church of erupay for i te primary, and wtheill uppor the nomieason 46-tf A. WOODWARD.
wasit rublinhed a statement l showing the why Florida s should b h e g ar exception i
exe t status of the State Saving the's therof tule Eperiare a ebeionted. out
and Iand ividar Ie nit amounting tor ta. t i beir ofreomedied by theLegisla-GL MRE I O
Ask embor ithand tr4 any b uistwitut votre at each mespion, and by this pro-
Itais thel bwsttridentifr.ogh admheapo atiwieethatyoulshallnvhatviteLRC
Coall and got onld of theme lirtt ecankm hould be In the interest of the peopleP
while the su )ppylast". I am confident of my ability to fill the (Incorporated.)
Taillahassee, in pledge myself, eofninated and after-
W lCw. InWea, B.iC. wards elated, to administer the duties OA A ND iUIle s
President. of office fairl.,and impartially..
sa, heth ritrueorootsibiAities before it, and in my humble AIdd bt ers In
Foley & Co., Chicago, original(, l myinion no agency can be such a potent
tney le nd Torw b i an thrch at and lung fortetor in its developmentu t a the Rail-
remedy, and on account of the great r tad Commiation. for this reason.the
merit and popularity of Folcy'r doneyo Vter should weigh carefully the claims !

merelionts of the community for (Iona- Very respectfully, ,i

tions. The merchants responded libetr- T. J. AI'PPi.YARD.
ally, and $300 was raised from this Lake City. Fla., April 9. 19Wi.
source. The last man to subscribe wan ^ '" ^- '^^
John Smith, Jeweler. 'I will give you A Toun Neother at 70.
$6 if you will let me. add something to "My mother has suddenly been made
your subscription list.' he said. Per- young at 70. Twenty years of intense
mission wasaccordetd him, and he wrote suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
at the bottom of the lint: disabled her. until six months ago.
'John Smith, jeweler, $h; Sears when she began taking Electric Bitters
Roebuck & Co, 0; Montgomery, Ward which have completely curedl her and
& Co., 0.' restored the strength and activity she
"The ceturch people saw the point had in the rime of life." writes Mrs.
when the minister read from the' plt W. I. (ailpatrick, of Ianforth, Me.
the list of donors to the building fund greatest t restorative molicine on the
Since the dedicationof the church there globe Sets Stomach, Liver and Kid-
have been no mail orders sent out from neys right, purifles the blood, and cures
that little town." Mlairia. Hiliounnes and Weaknesses
casghtColdWhIlemntlngaBurglar. Wonderful Nerve Tonic. rice (ok'.
Mr. Wm. Thon. Lanorgan, provincial .
constable at Chapleau, Ontario. says: orrible, If True.
"I caught a severe cold while hunt t '
a burglr In the forest wamp;last fa l.Thin State ist heing stirred aus never
ern h e f(ir by an astounding story publish-
Hearing of Chamberlain's (eough Iekm- ed some. tine ago by the Daily Report-
ody, I tried It, and after sing two e m tmy theIp
weyItriedr it, urid atexr.sng ,r-Star of )rlando This story, given
small bottles, I was completely n ured r-an ven
This remedy is intended eMpec'ilyi for inder euth. reveal a condition of rot-
S b te'nnGsr in the present convict astem
coughs and colds It will lo sen and re- nnt nic to st
lieve a severe cold in less time thtlhan by Iue th)a i ly an laily f g and thanC are
any other treatment, i an is a favorite ur t lt lad laily for telling the
wherever its supe, prior exclhene. hantruth about the matter
weromevernitsnsur ior e by all 'a ruli The story In brief, is told by one,
beome known. For salre icy all drug- Arthur Barlow, who, with two other
gist .co.mpantveon, was convicted in a justice
The drainage of the' Flhri ln Ever- court of Oceola county on the loth of
glades by the Governor is probably as last February of the offense of riding a
great an undertaking for Fherida an the freight train and sentenced to thirty
construction of the Panama canal is for days at hard labor The three men
the Federal government, when the dif- were taken to a turpentine camp in the
ference In ability and resources in con- eastern part of Orange county to serve
sidered. The drainage achemne seems out their time. In this camp they were
premature, and is something that ought subjected to such severe trdatmei.t that
not tohave been begun hastily. It was the paper which printed the story was
the Governor's pet scheme during the moved to say:
last camnpin, but probably few pople "We read of the horrors of the gal-
imain that the work would b be- ley slaves of old Roman times and
sun so early during his term. if at ull shudder, we hear of the Russian atroc-
for ome years yet. If it turns out to itiea in the Siberian mines and wonder
be a mistake, the State I Lislature will how such things can be in this but
be as much to blame as the Governor, right here in Ora county, da,
If not more so. It is easier for an indi- there is being perpetrated a wrong
vidual to make a mistake than It is for that,. considering theenlightmentof the
a latalative body, or it ought to be. American people, is worse than the
Theababit the Florida Leislature has above. To work mon with barely
of posing a measure because the Gov., enough food to keep them goiag; to
erno reoommed It is not very wise com pel them to go from one to az
one, sad a law m elyto ble m towork without hoe m r
any oa to fi mll a a n ee fat in the Florida woods. la the wter
Is ull more oreprehea lr time, ard thus tolabor all day to be
stinal. or driven back to camp on the run after a



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W II OF 1UK COMMT c urdI be.i -&& an Iscan edidate forthe
0 Pursuant .to a reelutio passed by L ic-d-- t Oeal A mbly of
O r.... the Democratic Executive Commit- l@rAdt 1 to t action of the Democratic
r. Mepomwinee pubhe affti. I thin
F ID T TI T A l R gIK tee of the Srd Co *e!ional District of a t r eaes o a76t hII .r row and
SI11T NATIONAL ANK Florida, at a meet held in the city of a= sisu J st know I lild it fatthully.
TAT TALLAA..'. TaMaha on th in t. a Demo- YTr Trh. EDWIN Fr. DeaL.
I e tte of .lo.ida.atese... .. .. aratic primary election is heeby order- AMoNcCRURT.
Apri th ed to be held n the various precincts i barts fo ult 4 attles of Dsocry in the
AriU c n tth several eountiese ompisint mid .is m f t e i ertywr., I feel jsU ed new
REdOUiCe-. Co ressional district, on the 15th dav y im al~t t to the brotherhood of Do.
f U disodlM i6at ......... c..h M, .8 5^. ... Me. for the Hou seof Repree-a.
S' dntt, -s"cured and asecu el... 19 of ay, 1906, for the purpose of nomu" tativ- rft 4tLai w nature, to be chosen at
5. to maewein ciltia ....... seo o nating a Conressman for said district. the Damoamtic on May 15. the present
t, .................. s to b voted for in the general election ye. I kndy k tarhat you
1-ilterie Wa ittxture. 8- 86 ."_ .. ..lmakting your decision. I kindly ask that YoU
Du Nm J Bank (mot reserve to be held in November next. weigh themattm 0of ability and experience frun a
a eats) ...... ....... ....... .. 6. It was further ordered that an assess- lon and faithfulM rvice for the party, between
h frmtaiteo Beks and Bankers... 57.742 16 meant of five per cent of the annual sal- the respective candidates for this honor. It ought
f"= A r-rvagents, ...- il 9 n W competemy. Um lot the
Checmkian t M to ..... .... sI ary of said omce be levied and collected jj' Pa" pre va y them lt vhi
Notmeof other National Bank ....... a.00oo oo from each candidate, and that the same w. L VAsoN.
Fretlonal pwapr curmcy, nickels and be paid to the chairman of said Con- To the Democratc Voters of Leon County:
leaful Moneyr R. .. in Bn vs: 1 gressional committee, not later than Having doe my very best to rv you as a
ea5e.................. 1. 1.t s60 the 14th day of next April. wm dber of the Boal of County Commisia on
-ende note ......... 20.000 00-35.319 50 It was further ordered that the State duns the rent term. as a easentiousand
M option fund with U. 8. Treure fait ul of that Board, at the solicitation
SPer cent of circulation) 2 00 LDemoeratic Executive Committee be of a number of friends. I have decided to enter
respectfully invited to co-uperate with the Democratic Primary for renomination as Con.
Total............ ......... ... 5.715 61 s id Congres,ional Committee in hold- amissioonr oen d aDitrt their suort
LIABILITIES. ing said election. I am respeefully. JOHN C. MOORE.
Capital stock paid in s So.o oo 0 By order of the Committee, To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
Surplus fund ... 10.14ri 00 JOHN NEEL, Cnairman. I take this method of announcing that I will b
Undividednrotits, lessnexpensewiand
taxvided rt, le ex22.42s and Attes:-NAT K. WALKER. Sect'y. a candidate before the next Democratic Primary
National Bank notes outstanding.. for the position of County Commissioner for di.-
trict No. 2, of Leon County. I pledge myself, if
Due to other National Banks 2.kli 0 Stomach and Liver Trouble Cured. elected, to workfor an economical administration
Due to Truat Companies and Savings Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures of finance ofthe county.
Banks ..... 27.0( f09 stomach .nd liv'r trouble, as it aids Respectfully R. G. JOHNSON.
Individual deposits subject to check 323.391 70 digestion and stimulates the liver and To the Democratic Voters of lmon county:
Certified checks 00Deposi bowels without irritating these organs, Having served two terms as a ember of the
irria........brd of County Commissioners for Leon County,
Cashier's checks outstanding 2.,.57 60 like pills and ordinary cathartics It at the solicitation of a nunmlle r of friends, i take
Total ...... $ 5 61 cures indigestiot0 and sick headache and this means to announce that I will be a candidate
Tota FL..R ....i7 6 chronic constipation. Orino Laxative for re-election from district N,,. 4. subjectofrcouri
STAT orFLA s Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gp t the action of the Democratic primary. Thank-
County of Leon. g* Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe ing one and all for their supsiort. Respectfull>.
I. Wm. C. Lewis. Cashier of the above-named and is mild and pleasant to take Re- ). ST TrMIRt.:
bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement fuse substitutes. Sold by all dealers Ihereby announcemyself candidate for County
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. .Comnuissioner ftn District No. 3.
Conaacr-4tteCt: Cashier. V Brick Plant in the City. J. w. COLLINS.
GEo. LEwig.
G. EDW LEWIS. The firm of Tully & Yaeger Co. has To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
.B. LEwis. ordered a Brick Machine and is prear- Having striven to serve the people of Leom
E. B. LEW. dered a Brick Mchine an prear county fithfully and satifactorily, at solicition
Directors. ed to set it up on their lot South of the from a large number of friends I have decided to
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day city market, where they will turn out run hte-fre the coming Primary for re-nomination
of April, 190 for County Commissioner. District No. I.
B. C. WHITFIELD, from 8.0(k) to 10,000 per day, and expect Thankin'ell for supp rt.
[sEAL.] Notary Public. to make different grades for different Respetfully. E. C. SMITH.
purposes. Of this the public is proud
STATEMENT Of THE CONITION as the demand is great and increasing. For Coeaty District No. S.
2 To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
Of THE t I resictfully announce that I am a candidate
1 A nice second-niiimii 'arlor nuit can be for re-election to the office of County Commission-
A SAVING BANK had from Brumbyverlow.Seeit!2 er for District No. S. subject to the action of the
srA l S AVINGS BANK had from Brumby ver/ low. See it! 2-tf I Demncratic primary. If rt-elected I l will work for
OF TALLAHASSEE. the best interest of the Ipeople of Leon county.
Iq the State of Florida, at the close of businea ss1 UNDER SECTiON 8. OF CHAPTER 48t..
on the 3d day of April, 156i. LAWS OF FLORIDA. To the Democratic Voters of on ( County:
To owner, unknown, and all others concerned: After having quite a number of citizens and!
RESOURCES. Notice is hiteby given that Walter T. Maire. friends request me to do so and having thought-
Loans and Discounts L24i.96* 25 purchaser of tax certificate No. 44. dated June 3rd. fully considered the matter, I here. announce my
Bonds and stocks .. .-. 2>,;01 00 A. D. 1'9. has filed said certificate in myoffice and candidacy as a County Commissioner froni County
Due from IncorporatedBanks .37,4ii 14 has made appil cation for tax ded to issue in ac- C('omm ssoner District No. 1. Lesn county. suhject
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 11.7 50 cordance with law. Said certificate embraces the to the action of the Democratic primary : and. if
Cash on hand...... ...... 2-.iNW t followingg described land situated in Leon county, nominated and elected, promise the citizens of my
Florida, to-wit: The SE t of NW 1' of section :2 county to work diligently and actively for the lwst 0
Total .........402.919 94 in township one, northof range two. west. con- interest of all, in all things. Asking your support,
LIABILITIES. training 40 acres, more or less. I antm.
pital Stock paid in ..... ,.io ) The said land being assessed at the date of the Very respectfully,
pta paidn ... I issuanceof such certificate in the name of OWNER WIi..IAM ROBI.RTT.
Undivided profits less expenses and NKNOWN. Unless said certificate shall Ile re-
Undivided profits (less expenses and deemed according to law, tax de l will issue For Scheel Commiseleser For District No. 3.
Individual deposits subject to check :fJ.321 19 theTron on the oth day of April. A. D. To My Many Friends in the Democratic Party of
Witness my official signature and real, this, the Lton County:
Total $402.919 94 2itn day of March. A. D. 1906. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for
otal ....... 4 ILi.ALIJ itiiNRY T. FELKEI., School Commissioner front I)intrict No. : of Leon
STATE or FLORIDA.' ('!erk C rcuit 'Court. I.eon Couty. F.or.da. iclunt.. Thanking you for 3.our past support. I
County of Leon. hoI.e receive the same in the future.
1, B. C. Whitfield.,Cashier of the State Sa\ in>s i OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 1 IEI). HRt.spectfully. IDAW5W N BO4ATWRIGHT.
Bank of Tallanassee. Fla., do solemnly swear that U 1'NDER SECH I()ON >., F CHAi'TEFR 4".
theabove statement of the condition of said Bank LAWS OF FLORIDA. %e, the friends of H. F. Pae,. hereby announce
at the close of business on the 3d day of Aril To Joseph Thomas, and all others concerned: hIri as a candidrte for School Comniitestionert fo
1906, is true to thebest of my knowledge and belief. Notice is hereby given that Wash Rantsim, pur- District No. and respectfully ask the support 01
B. C. WHITFIELID. chaser of tax certincaten No. 5. dated June 4th. all the Democratic voter of IAeon county. pu.bject
Cashier. 1.;4;: No. 1, dated Novembtr 4th,. 15. and No. 1. t "' Idesi.on of the Democratic Primary. Mr Page
CoftalcT-Attest: dated August M. 1894. has lied said certificates in t" well knhwn po Ib a faithful worker for the .t
Gro. LEWIa, my office and has made application for tax deed to I ,of hit people and we r.conmm.nd him fIm
W. C. I,.wis. Issue in accordance with aw. th plare.
t;. E. l.Vwois., aid certificates embracethef,,liowina' ,hscritlel MANY FRIENDS I
Directors. Innd situated in Leon County. Fl rida. to-w'St To the I)emocratir Voters oif Leon .Cint) :
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th ilay t i .ref ad in t.dinthe 5w 'if t o eIA svt.ttion I1 I res ectfully announenc my csndidilcy. f,, re.
othf April, 9W tthitone nmrth of range three ea.t. Imwinniw n 't miturfi.on to ti e office of Schol1 t ',iiims-on'rt
f April NELLIE E. BASSETT'. a the sF c,rhier of te at,id run noith six chain. for the Fl", t District of Ison Cj Ut j(t
AL] Notary Pubil herc(etast iftn eenchan theu n south lx cha n., th'al, ,,f thel emon, tic Primal, to .b ihl ____________Notary______P_____ h_____ and thence wett fiften t hains to the plae of Ile- May l ', 11, '
oin ing. hai'd land be'riu asseo, dI at the date If Ver) res.,ecfully. JOHN If. I'AITTfi'is%
Lot. the suance o, such ceitlifcatesi the nam r fll. JHN H. TT
Joseph Thomas. Inle,.- said ceitkatol na' t t.
Between the post-office and the capi- redeemed a-cord1ing o as. tax deed :1il :I -1,. For Tax Assesor.
tal, a pair of gold glasses. inder will there-n ot, the :,th diy .. A Ai i, A ) i'., Tallahis e., F'r. Fei-. th. '"..
Same at tni fic and be suita- s ny otic al s. atuie and s.,a.. l ,u. 0.. To the i..niwr tic Voters of IeI.n ('Ctuint
leave same at tni office and e uita- 2th day ,,f March, iS5N;. I r. siectfuly announce my candlidos a for te.
bly rewarded. 6-2t s-ALI.] HtiNt T. Fr I t 'rninmiatii t, the.,tict- ,of Asess or of 'lIaxe, f<,r
-- '--' . .... -. Cie* k ('Iicuit ( .,urt. IAn ( .,**it. io r ., 'Le '1 4 ount v, itisibjf(, t., the -Denmocrat ti Primary.
Good Cows f, i -'Ot Ipa*t kiniiness and consideration I
t Notice. tha,"" i, e y much. and will very g iiafuill> aIp-

For sale: Two nign-grade ersey t oWS.
at a bargain if sold soon. Apply at
this office.
Registration BooKs open.
Notice is herebygiven that the regis-
tration books were opened for registra-
tion from the 3rd day of April until the
1st day of May. 1906.
6-3w Supervisor of Registration.
Danger from the Plagse.
There is grave danger from the
plague of Coughs and Colds that are t,,
prevalent, unless you take Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption.
Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls. of
Forest City, Me writes: "It's a G(xl-
send to people living in climates where
- coughs and colds prevail. I find it
quickly ends them. It prevents Pneu-
monia, cures LaGrippe. gives wonder-
ful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever, and
makes weak lungs strong enough to
ward off" Consumption Coughs and
Colds. 50c and $1 00. Guaranteed by
all druggists. Trial bottle free.
Cured Hemoerrhage of the Lungs.
S ve ral vars since my lurnoas were

Sea!edl Ids w 11 lie. rei i've.l up t. 1I i''.ock a
in Mayt 1st. is.; for the con-itruti non of a w. d.-'
brii ge aro-s tep I)cklo knee r,ver a' teit' Fan-
Iba ks Fi i r).. P'iais land l mIe:fi at.t ,- loI file int
Sth. t .F i the uin.l rr girtl. T'i.. HO, .'arl .'ei"' e.
Itt. '!lht ito Il ',I ct any andl all b.ils.
('lerk Hoard '< ur t ('ointmssi r', rs
i -tM I.P .n (', ',, t F. : rids.
S 1,l,'d ii l) s ,: Iso r, er # e l e i u 1'" 'I ichA' a
n i M .s o,i-. Pi, f it ielA r- tio 1 1,1 IA-"n r',itiON
wa Pirms atd P-1, i s ,.aton- ont file in the office'
It It.' I. ilferstin i Tt.t B ani r.vt''l es thi rivhti
t r, 4 w t ah MI <1 ;ill I Il .
/.N14Y T FL.KE-I.,
l C- h k I oo.rd n t .1.1 i ts. F ,dti

'A Ilon to ePell the rhel .ltate. in II 'rim ,27 andI
31. T. 1. N. R. 1. E:.. 4and l 21 T. 1. . 1. E. i,
L^v-, county., ielonring toi lAorena M .aR-.. minor
he olI .Newton J. O.s., will I t pIroweit-
eI to the c,,unty i iigelof l ,in rcoutly. F'lorids. in
the Citv of Tallahassee. on the 12th fi)> of April.

March 12. ImiA -;-4w

M H. R'P. Gnarian.

Political Announcements.
[Announcements will be publisheI under th i
head until after the Primary .Iel,,Ior at i .
in advance, for the full tirn. I
To f the Po,,nl of Lof .on fCouni,"

r,re-t iate a ie-.lett ion at )our hands.
W.ii.IAM (. AMts
For Tax Collecter.
Ta'!alBis... F a.. leli '?,h I""
1. the Demociatic V',teir o(f Imn ('olntl t
I l,'r,'' i, leipectfull] annoir unc. that I % il I* I
('atlndllte for it -noIii natit l f' i th' athi 'f IS
.('oitc.'t of Ile. ln coilll .. subject tl. to e aSt'1 ,
th. Di).nitrat ic Primtal
I thnink all my fri'it d. f.r their past fatrm ,1 an
nmit,' k ndness, andi a c(Int mati ncan. i t I.,
ta t* a.dil knlindni**** -p m iIt w. real n it, ''lt,
Y,..i. %er) rrs'ii tfll W. A lit Mi i
'"i .alsa s.Me, ils M rI lrc ] "i
ro tiP I( 'rn<'ocrat. t V itrr of l. .on iii, i
I r.'-p.'.'Idi.ll) ann,, ., that I al a it hillss.
fir Oi -. .fti'. ', I ax C',-il'itor (of 1,on ','itilv '
... t o the l'tioii of l Ihv h.rn '.rat. It rini si) I i
it or,, aind re'ectfull> .iol't the ullri)rt of ,'\ I
W.- l I'*:zen of I,.4n i'., tl \n .
I) W {pl.t
For County Treaserer.
To the [.-mo'tcrats v'te,-i( of IAn C(oJilt)
I hereby annouiice m ..-Ilf as a candilat, for rt-
election au Treasurer of Ieotin countt. utij.' t I.
the actimonf the I e-mo'ratir Pritar). I do.r.' t,,
thank the voter i of IA.-on i,,nty for their 'ast i -t.
dial upis.[,rt
Rpi^l fully. J. F.AI.K,. I.r Kio N
T, th V,'.ters of ( ,unty:
I here) announce myelf as a candidate f,,r r, -
nominati,,n for the otfice of Supervior of k*.e s-
tfiation of Ie.nirk ,cuit o ,lject to theacrtion of tihe
Im,-me'ratic I'rinrair I thank the vt,'i s of l..-A.r
i.iunty for their pa-t lllp-,rt. and will wrers' S'I-
l.r.-:iate tile amine fa.r at the Primar) Mst 1:,.
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Made under Section S Chapter 411. laws of
Prida,.lhowlnr the amount of taxes ehavred
to th Tax Colltorof Leon county. Florid
to be collected for the current year 1 and
the apportionment of the same to the several
tunds or which suh taxes have be levied:
tel Tue Year 10................... m.l .4
Amount paid to April lit. INS ........ 1.61 1t
Ba* ----------------...... ......... ---............ sa .4

G enral Revenue. ....... .. 7.T.4.6
Am't paid to April lat, 19 . 3s.44 8
S... ........... ------ 7.481.11
schools ........... . .. 1. 47.
Am.t Paid to April 1st. 1906.. 691.36
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WVedne (say, Mar. 14th.

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


- Florida.


obadlyafra e.ted.thatIIa 1"mainy (fir..........- r'.... ................ *. Yours resrttfut't'.1M,'Eo P CtJ, IUIIIUIIly U .UPlUl 17,
so badly affected that ha many I hereby annnce my candidacy fr the ltii oucn. s
hemorrhages," writes A M. Ake. of of State Senator from the Eirhth Senastorial Di- Ceagreeisal Aell acement.-- ---
Wood, Ind. "I took treatment with trict. To you I submit the quntiotn of myqUalitfl- I hereby announce thsi I am a csndidat ft
several physicians withok t n hy, benefit, cationstor. t repont you in that caitait. (o,,nr,,ess in the Third (.'ir,, "Sional District .,f Administrator's Sale. LONG DISTANCE TILEPHONE.
I then started to take Foley's Honey If nominated by the Democralir primary,. an h .'iate of Flor. .,.t to, the lemwri,.as is H Y (;I THAT TH Use the long distance telephone,
and Tar. and my lungs are now as sound elected. I shall devote my best efforts ti,),.ur-rs. irrimary" that will be h.l Ad in sh.A U. f if NTI, ,,atd per at able pr.4Irt) of the Te Connections can be diven to nle point
as a bullet. I recommend itin advanced nsrtit.A prriationtr the imrovert if the tate of the lat Mrs. H R taner will offers on the Southern Bell System. Public
stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey Rpeotofully, various. iey., river andi harbors of this conr. fr ', at pt,'t r, frti her reielence, long distance telephone at Central office:
T sr 5ti r airt'f. n r, r the 24th iay '4f A pril. et;
andTar stops the cough and heals the JOHN w HENDER.OS)N. A snl district. W A DEMII.IY. Coupon ticket books sold at a discount.
lungs. and prevents serious results from for ees of restalves. tVn.repres ntatis on ntnrr~. f thel A ,nnitr'or. Apply at Telephone office.
a cold. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all To the Dnoci Votr of Laon Count: 3rd. I shall do all that I can to have free rural ....... 4i-tf W MOOR, Manager
eWeelerr h wraousin.ce4beo r H unarields ascan-I a4th. I dshalle sevor tohate e h uthlu th Wedding ifts if they are going to
r didate for Ho of Rpreenttv subject ael survey made in each etunty of thi istric for keep huuse give them s;mnthing com.- See J D ('ay when you wish to buy
rmy to the etlen of the Democratic Primary. the benefit ofarmers andall cnceretid. whining beaut) and usetfulnes. ome- e J. D Cay when you wih to buy
If you fish any kind of Furniture He VOx Pot'L. th. I shell work fior the pro er advertisement
asju added a nice new lot and will Totheversfo count: of theStatea nd Its resures. and encourate the thing that wll keep the giver in mind a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
tsell you at prices so low It will atotni he a~em!m*s myself a a tamaidate for investent of capital. i for years to come. You consult ('or- will give you the best at the closes
ell you pr ices o low it will kindP of mebero a c t of tatv from 6th. I sll work to ple Frida mn an eual, btt before deciding about that wed. prices. 1-t
you. Also call on hie ftor al kinds of on country in ext enel Assembly. sub- footing with the leelinr States of the Union In nt
genal repairing and gun and lock ect to the action of t Daersre Primary. educton and Industries, and the variousA praro- ng present. For
mith wk. _.' 2-t Ree t a l A. WILlS. solve developments that will be baefieltal to the
Smith a y I z- twhue. A. R. WeLst atem. i Get your hat, your tie, your clothing Heuse and lot on corner of Clinton and
0Wor Beut1. t lgc w mh vss ers es s tLdest. 7.; Ie aa the nied Stes uplon your aso, o'r whatever ou may nee Boulevard streets formerly oCmled by
for Ilea- h stuounim W. N. '' Kaft a s a eanSida for i casiviftemilall rellat h I*hP of the Unked 1w spon I your
Five-room C'an on Clinton Street. Member of the Haise of iReprem tls, subJect 11 1 n with the erm s and that is seasonable from Wight & Burns. H. W. Demilly. bimensl6onaof lot
p ve-room to Uae at is Dn is a rtm tam wrl tinord ttUse trmwes They now have on display their new 170 feet. Apply to J. F. or W. A. De-
MeApply to Miam4 1 J. Cd ar. adyo ng Stock. Its neat, its clean, its milly. attf.
?J1651 end e ruetraIIt wtealt son"
----To-- ---- ---ess Us..kI VI Cheeag~1:er ma fnd -a ,atn et hi.- we- selected, its seasonable and cheap.
I T-he ea nr Im4.1a6w *= 4"09u"Fastuaid produces See them Whien iing TalahaeX g1"e s a
lli1 5 15Je as a gmelud td.te Movies, ad asxp"ooa. eame f6 are a towO f tsMhe tas IhaMt I -- callandnus. We gfearMtee satis
womb ue- -w----j I M e wa r Wr Subscribe to the True Democrat. faction. Constantlne Honee.
Wm mm~l mur11 =19 4" -~m .

mlIantrator of t estate of a- aF
d will make application to the o
Ja.d L lea Manaty. lrta. at h is
Taiahasmee. at the Court Houk at 10 o'lo
&rdfne a fStor o* inir fets the fom
e re al eate a to aid etate,
weo: ae-essflty aN. 1 and s0. o
sad the IwiuiI theme. e repty tobeMM
for the baset thae hse ld estate.
W. A. nuILLY. Aaent.

Notice is p herebstgSe ot6 aVersditore
and distributed the estate of-HarrtIt .
nerT, deceased, late Of Lse eom aty. Florida.
all persona having ehlM r demands at -
estate, to present e. asiua% to law a
two ryentfrem thie date, t ae ddee%
;m AD. 135 otherwise all a*I
forerw barred.
Administrator of the estate tof Harriet .I Stofer

Warrant Deeds, legal form. Tro
Democrat office. tf

Pous :... -
Ain't paid to April lst. 1906..
fin* ad Frfreturt .... .
Am't paid to April let, 1906..
Road and Bridg....*.. ....-
Am't paid to April lat, 1906
Special School. District No. 1.
Am't pai to April let, 1. 0 .
.. . . ..... . .

... . .......... ....... .. ..... . 8it 24.34
Attest: H.IT. FalLaBL.
Clerk CircuitCourt, Leon County Florida. April
It. 1906.


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A Cup of Whito Heouse or lue L a
Reca aad Java Coefe
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one know that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot.f-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
i We sell nothing but the beat of food
products-those we have tested our.
selves, and so can stand by them.
3voT J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.


Rates $1.00 Per Day.

Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.

V. L. STRICKLAND, Manager.



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing. (uttering, Spi)out-
ing. and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. .

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We copy the following beautiful little The Board of Drainage (omm s.mion-i ---.-
We copy the following autiful t er has advised tax cullhctors in the (Continued from page 1 )
sermon from the Chipley Banner: drainage district that it will consent to This raised a storm of protest and
Let us do all we can in our day and a severance of the drairm ne assmmesment five additional suits, in all save one of
generation in the cause of humanity. from the State and county taxes and which the complaints were corporations
Every man has a mi.inion from (;od to has instructed them to ieftr the colhec- were filed In unctions were promptly
hel his fllow being. Thouion of the drin.ia ii assniesment until granted by Judge Locke One of the
f h el e Tr-the final f, isin on the injunction corporations was a Florida corporation,
for in faith. thank (;od the-reo im on' suits coming into the United States courts
platform on which we ntand united, ond We yive the' 1',narei credit for doing at under the fourteenth amendment to the
that is the platform of charity anid I st what it should have dtne at first constitution of the United States.
benevolence. We cannot, indeed. like itfn claimed ipjustife tion b fe wt hCo- The action of the court in assuming
t been claimed ip1 justification of rot do jurisdiction in that case did away with
our divine Master, give sight to the ing it that it did not have ti, i.,o4er the requirement of a diverse citizenship
blind and hearing to the deaf andi The fact that it ham th,. Pow.e now but the fact that the tax must amount
speech to the dumb and strength to the I show that it had it when the irnjuric- to at least $2,000 before jurisdiction
paralyzed limb, hut w can work mira- n wa first is ndercompulsion. could be taken, still kept the poor man
*les of grace and mrery by relieving the helMbard is acting der compulsion, unprotected, save through what re-
distress of our suffering brethren. And A number of corporation s mnce the firt dress he could secure in the State
never do we approach nearer to our (* was brought have ued for in un- courts.
heavenly Father than when we alleviate tion restraining the collection o the ri COMPI.ETI BACK-DOWN.
the sorrow of others. Neverdo we per- tax It had gotten to the point where
f a a r i thn wn collection cou l not be enforced except Immediately there was a storm of in-
form an act more Gl-like thun when ,from men who hail votes in Florida, dignant protest raised through the
we brin sunshine tve harts that are and it is well tou tand in with men who drainage district and the entire State.
lidarke Gand d esolate. Never are e morw-e hav vots where they may hurt Attorneys were written to for advice
likeof Gody an when wess t h hle m in ,'nd then it w1 w ihecwarv tt get and preparations made for instituting
er of joy and gladness to blom in !1Mey iTens of thouands dollars new suits. wherever the amount invol-
soul that were dry and hrren. Re- f Stte and county funds were .ing ve made this possible .
ligion,' sas the apostle. 'pure anI un-d icked up by these in unction sits In answer to the protest, the su ort
defiled before ( I w is this to vitit th>theu rt
atherle ban tore widow in their toriu-h Since there are laws in 'loriia it was ers of this move of the Drainage Board
o anth widow in their t ssile t clect the Irainage argued that the board had no choice in
hltion, and to kee'ji in'-s self unsott 'ed tax when the court had enjoined it. and this matter, but must follow out the
from this world' it became a question of take what you law passed by the Legislature which.
Get the Tiger. cain get or nothing. they claimed, was a point blank refu-
i ut the Governor and the board are Isal to consider ordered a joint collection
On last Sunday a nero named Will t thoner tandin out and the board arers of State and county taxes with the
Graham who is well known to a great 'nl tiger stan ding out as law-breaker ainage tax. There was, too, a point
many of/ our citizen, s, a 'Isi .1txi'iily t i anl f this we are truly glad. We re- drains tax. There was, too, a point
themany o our cities, ti enperinty to se high cfflcia set exam les blank refusal to consider the first case
cath t offlallof the town nd county of defiance of the laws. Na w woud ix t instituted a test case and to await its
wag promptly arrested Ini a nI'gr I dep- not be well to quit spending the people's final outcome, the Governor and his ad-
uty and placed in jail. <)n Mendav he mnemny preparing to do a thing that the viser insisting on the collection of the
Swas tried before Mayr I'litt, fo urt may forbid? Tim-. Pnion th. x.rotest continued, however, though
lty and fined $250 asn i eif I at hard lhe tmatism Nakes Life Miserable. many paid the drainage tax. and now
bor on the streets of Ar.diia, and in mn vlul coe this last action, a complete re-
default of the payment of the $2441 an A happy home in the most valuableom ihe ar
additional 60 days service'w required' |'pseson that is within the reach of ceding from the first position regar-
aIt will be rdmemhered thlt thir Hq me mankind, but you cannot enjoy its com- in the powers of the Drainage ('er-
neogro was convicted for like tiffe'n.m. nt firts If you are' suffering from rheuma- maioners to order a severance of? the
the fall term of th.e circuit court ind tism. Yoii throw aside business cares taxee, and tacirt cagiving of consent to
linhd 260, which simount wias paid tiv when you enter your home and you can consider for those fiwhorst cave ied the drain-
shome one who thought h idul.l .. r'l.,ve from thfe rheumatc pains As for t.incnnhose who have paid the Stdrain-
the negro reform and woik out the e,l.' by applying Chamberlain's Pain age tax in connection with the State
iknmount. which, as a matter of reioasn, 1li hr. One application will give you and' county taxes, in the event that the
Sunot, a is .a mbattrofs r nriuf miad its continued use for a short final adjudcation of the suits is against
t) buy out this class of criminal., for it me wil rin about permanent cure. they willhave, yet remain to be seen.
*ml that when a person once gets' Fr s;e hv by a druggists -. ..l h .y .
into the habit of selling whiskey it is The Iaer Maiem. Dea't P t Off
hard to overcome, a s t as, in their esti- Ioor the protection of our homes we for tomorrow what you can do today.
Daloto County News earnestly request that you omit from If you ut of buying a bottle of
......the loltwmns of )eiur pp'er scandal. lard a Snow Liniment, when that rain
Wh e details of crime, vile anvertmiementsa om-ou won't have any; buy a bot-
have a torpid liver whn Herbine the and illustrations a impure literature e today. A positive cure lur thoeu-
only live regulator will help you? there of every kind. W" hold that news. matism Burns. Cuts, 8praine, Con-
Is no Lraon why you should suffer pers are not Justified in publishlag treated Muscles. etc. T. 8. Graham,
onLp.yslpopia, Conatlipa.on, Chills pure lirature because the people Pra Grove Ark, writes: "I wish
vwOr 90any uver eomplaintswhen t Such a publication is Immoral. Thet tl o fom BM & l It posi-
Svim e F. C. Wato. wpa a powrfSull To me of Rheumatesm after
Wr tvilse. was* "1 M W plveow" of crime and imVlf. W e0 failed m! N salh e by all
for a 6V21 ,&iie and fever. and py. therefore, that you paper will fa
afoi two les of He ae mainTtain the high standard demanded t
." For aSe b a y the National Aociation.-miy D. Quit-Claim Deed d T9Wehis Plata
Draft. MartiLn are now to be aeu at ths aete.

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And all Kinds of Furniture and House Furnishings

conducive to Summer Comfort.

We sell "The Standard" Sewin g Machine.


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