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 20, 1906
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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W eekly




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


will be remembered to their name. -
Levy Times- Democrat.
Warehouse Storage.
*., I am now prepared to store in my
clean and dry warehouse any kind of
g Pods. furniture or article one may wish
a ored away for safe keeping.
6tf At Armory Warehouse.
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Damon. 'Phone No. 19. 36-tf

chmaa4.r- lumphrers.
Mr. Ed. L. Humphreys, of Atlanta,
and Miss Besie Maud Chandler, of Tal-
lahasee, Fla., were quietly married at
noon yesterday by the Rev. George H.
Mack at his home, 163 Spring street, in
the presence of a few friends. The
oung couple will be at home to their
riend at East Point after the 15th.
The bride has been attending school
in Atlanta for the past year, making
her home with an uncle. She ian only
child, and a very pretty, attractive girl.
Mr. Humphreys is a very successful
young business man, being vice-presi-
ent of the Southern Saw Works, with
which company he has been connected
for the past ten years-Atlanta Journal.
Miss Semmes, of Maryland, who was
maid of hoeor at the Taylor-Ellis wed-
ding. returned Tuesday to her home.

against delinquents for light consumed
and unpaid.
(Signed.] S. D. CHITTENDEN,
Gco. W. SAXON,
Earnings and Expens City Electric
Light Plant for February, 1906.
Commercial lights....... $594 96
Labor-----.........--------...... 47 650
"6!2 46

"Not lost, but gone before," may be
AND rs POWERS truly written of the subject of this ELECTRIC MANAGER.S
sketch. Mrs. Spiller began and ended
her life on earth in Tallahassee. She
Naer St Clair-Abms lts Ot ew med 61 mile-stonoe in our midst. At A Ceesacl Comintlee Nae Thereo
aw3t.Clair af iatstNow therlyage of 12 years she was con-. coinps Iiestlgat an
Gevermer and Advises N ale Shift verted and united with the Methodist&a ad tm v tm
of ResponMbilUty. church. Her Christian life was quiet, th* o Wee *W- ihyif Conm
but beautiful and consistent. "None pUmeaed eon Accracy,
knew her but to love her; none named Neateas mad *est
BOARD, HE SAYS, CLAIMS IT CANNOT her but toMpraise." She was greatly Nanajmeat.
VIOLATE THE LAW, BUT GRACIOUSLY beloved by_ large circle of friends and -
VIOLATE THE LAW, BUT GRACIOUSLY kindred. The house of God was her de- The following report, made by a corn-
ALLOWS COLLECTORS 'ro. light, and she was ever loyal to her mittee of the City Council, composed of
ah church. But few knew of her last ill-
That Governor Broward and his Board for her end came suddenly. She such business men as Hons. Simon D.
of Drainage Commissioners, in order to was ready, and among her last words to Chittenden, George W. Saxon and Aaron
avoid the storm of protest aroused by loved ones, she said: "I am going, but Levy, is extremely gratifying and pleas.
their attempt to collect the tax imposed it is all right." She leaves two sisters ing to the friends of the three gentle.
and one brother, and two sons and one
to secure funds for financing Governor daughter, and many dear friends to men who have composed Tallahassee's
Broward's scheme of draining the Ev- cheriah her memory. But while we Electric Light Plant Board, since those
erglades, shifted responsibility from miss her in the home and in the church, undesired duties were assumed by them
their own devoted shoulders to those of we shall know where to And her. "Such at no remuneration, and at a sacrifice
the tax collectors of the five counties characters never die." "Thee are they to their business interests. Read care
in the special drainage district, is the who came out of great tribulation, and
point clearly brought out by Major have washed their robes and made them fully every word of the report, for
Alexander St. Clair-Abrams, in a letter white in the blood of the Lamb. There- since some false assertions have in the
to the Times-Union. fore are they before th* throne and past been thrown glaringly to the pub-
Major Abrams, working from the serve Him day and night in His tern- lic, it is due Memr. F. C. Gilmore,
texts of the several declarations of the pie."ore
Board of Drainage Commissioners, Her husband died in 1881, leaving her George Lewis and F. W. Armstrong
shows that the board practically de- with three little children. These, that all interested should be fully in-
clares that it cannot suspend the collec- through the blessing of God she brought formed, and all thing set right:
tion of the acreage drainage tax and up in the fear of the Lord. They are To the President and Members of th
not violate the law, "but that it will all members of the church, and seeking City Cou ni of Tall see. l. *e
consent to the tax collectors violating to follow their dear mother, "even as City Council of TallahaMee, Fla..
the law if they see fit." she also followed Christ." Her end Gentlemen-Your committee appoint.
The following is Major Abrams' letter was peaceful and triumphant. "Prec- ed to examine the accounts of the board
in full: ious in the sight of the Lord is the of managers of the city electric plant
MAJOR ABRAMS' LETTER. death of His saints." respectfully report that they have ex-
Jackonville, April 16 1906. "We shall sleep. but not forever, amined the books and checked every
"Jacksonville, April 16. 1906. stvoucher for moneys paid from the time
"Editor rimes-Union- Your corre- There will be a glorious dawn;oheappointment of the board of
pndent in yesterday's issue, and, in- We shall meet to part, no, never, of the appointment of the board of
spondent in yesterday's issue, and, in In the resurrection morn! managers to February 28th, 1906, and
deed, the press generally, appear to In the resurrection morn! find them correct.
labor under the impression that the From the deepest caves of ocean, They have alo carefully examined
State Board of Drainage Commission- From the desert and the plain, the receipts of the company from all
ere has suspended the assessment and From the valley and the mountain, sources for the same length of time,
collection of the 5 cent per acre acre- Countless tirongs shall rise again. and checked the ledger entries of the
age tax in South Florida. This is alto- "We shall sleep, but not forever, same, and find them to correspond.
gether a mistake. In the lone and silent grave; All indebtedness and every bill against
The board, instead of doing this, has Rlessed be the Lord that taketh, the company, no matter how small, is
by its resolution declared that it has no Blessed be the Lord who gave. paid by voucher through the bank. All
power to suspend the tax, but has gra- In the bright, eternal city bills must have the 0. K. of the super-
ciously announced that it will consent Death can never, never come! intendent, and every voucher be certi-
to the tax collectors receiving the State, In His own good time He'll call us fled as correct and be approved by the
county and school tax, leaving the From our rest to home, sweet home." chairman of the board of managers be-
drainage tax still in force and subject W. M. POAGE. fore it is paid.
at any time to having the land adver- t WThe books are not only accurately
tised and sold for nonpayment of this Death of Nr. J. F. Weller. kept, but so lined, interlined ard sub-
drainage tax. In the eighties no one in'Tallahassee divided that they show at a glance for
"This is the effect of its resolution, was better known than J. F. Weller, a what purpose the moneys have been
If the tax collectors decline to do this, thinner and plumber. He was a very used, and the cost of superintendence.
there is no power, except by injunction oueer genius. He died in Brunswick supplies, labor, lamps, plant, fuel. line
from the courts, to prevent it. Wednesday. The Brunswick Journal of repairs, stationery and incidentals for
THAT STRANGE RULING. Thursday vives this interesting account each and every month.
of deceased: Since the suspension of the monthly
"As a consequence the matter now "On his knees, as if in prayer, J. F. parent of $200 by the city for city
rests solely in tne discretion of the tax Weller, aged 66 years, and a plumber lighting, a considerable deficit has been
collectors and puts these officials in by trade, was found dead in his room in carried on the books and the manage-
this curious positions: the old Odd Fellows' building about 6 ment have been, and still are, greatly
"The board has formally declared that o'clock last night by C. S. Cobb and hampered by lack of working balance
It cannot suspend this tax without vio- others. necessary to meet the monthly pay
lating the law, but it will consent to "Mr Weller's death was not unex- ments, and the First National Bank is
the tax collectors violating the law if exp they see fit. several months from consumption purpose, upon which the city is paying
"In other words, the board now throws How long he had been dead could not er cent interest
the responsibility on the tax collectors be told, since the body was cold when It is the endeavor of the management
to violate their oath of office (if the po- found. notonly to retain present bruins, but to
sition and contention of the board is cor- "The body was removed to Mr. secure all the new business possible, in
rect) while posing as desirous of saving Cobb's residence, 412 B street, from order to put the plant on aself-sustain-
the small taxpayers from having to pay which place the funeral took place at ing basis. To secure such new busi-
the tax pending litigation. 10 o'clock this morning, Rev. Robert ness and compete successfully with the
DANGER TO OWNERS. Kerr officiating gas company, which in now advertising,
"And meantime every owner of land "Deceased had no relatives He was and making extraordinary attempts to
subject to this assessment and tax is a foreman in a shop at Savannah, mov- secure patronage, a sales or show room.
exposed to the advertising ot his land ing later to Tallahassee He came here where fixtures can be exhibited and a
for sale for non payment of this tax. several vears ago. and was one of the display of lights made, is an absolute
"It was not long before this that the firm of Wheeler & Weller. necessity, yet this cannot be donewith-
board solemnly declared it intended to, "Several days ago Dr. Kerr visited out considerable exlpnditure
enforce the collection of this tax unless the sick man. whom he had been told I In lieu of a deficit, which the book%
enjoined, was an agnostic. As a result of the I now show. making constant adva, '.s .
'The public feeling aroused by this' visit. Mr. Wlle. showed much interest by the bank necessary, a working fund
action a armed the bo.ild, aid as it in what Dr. Kerr should hbe provided, and we believe.
could not consistently -ay it had the "I am well snTisfied. said Dr Kerr (barring acculent and lbroak-down) this
power to do that whi..n it had just pre- today, thatt Mr. Weller realized death can he done gradlually by reverting to
viously declared it had not power to do, was near, and was in the act of praying the former system o'I the payment of
it coolly repeats its detl;.hratiiin of want when the' summmons came. mn,,nhl sum byv the city f',r 'itYv I, :ht-
of power, dlec'Is tio \ioat. the law. W hen Mr. Well.r 's room wa. search- inv. as is the cito rnn other places.
but telds the t..x. a>;cector.s that th e' odl last night o'er X'),. it is said, was Accompanying thi- report are several
can go alhr di aW il vI,,ate .t' ''Tns is the found in .rrven.oa' k, and s.ilver. ti statements, some 4if whwn ibavy, he e.,-
whole -,tuatioin in a nut'hell. w;A of :i r',ti iner dis:I -ition, ;ind made foree heeri submi:t'e*1 to the 'council I.v
"Al.l.X. Sr. ( LA, AIt A SLAM fI'w ac'pi'tintn .es te ,board, Ibut on.I t, which We' W,ti:
W y- p itiarticuhlrly caill ),t:'ntiuon sh,,w. the '
Go.o Judgment W"', relative cost of light p r year of ill,.r-
the e',.entn,i.l .;,.'ar.ct.,e.ti,. of men ,,nly ,te reglatr will ht;c l, u?'rnt of th,, 'J'albiir.; 't''/ plant h. '. e-
and wotreni. Ilnv.iu.,clet to go,.l lu-,- is ,o reason why you should suffer ce.iv'el the, figur,'.
ness mtin an{i nc.,-..sary to hou.ewives frol,, lpY p ii. I ,n tiatinn hill. (' in-tit. 'a r, n .:x, t ,,n,. h ,,d,, ,I
A woman low. ,,,od ju lgment when anl F,.ever or any ver complaints. when dollars co.r v.a r fet each ahrc gint.
s e l.uvs V rnt.'s < re.rn \'.rmiltue for Hc. rbne v. ill cure v'ou. F (' Waite' d..s pj >x r flt eh are o t. Il
r.r lbably Th'e h.t w,,rm medicine W. tvile., Fla wri' : "I was ick ties a' roximt,,ly the size ,f TakII-
eve.r oit red to mothers, who write ex- for a mnth with chills and fever, and ard h ertnandoa. e':,, pay $,. per ar .
preing thei ttrat itude' ocr the oodt after taking two |httles of Herbine am light cer ye as a;cst $7 lpr ar
health of their childrenn whih they well ard health;,' For sale by all ih that the ,'** lihtn act'a'"v
owe to the use of White's Cream Ver Uruggists light that the c lighting atjally
mifuge. Sold hv all [)rgrists. *. -.-._ co nt Tallahas.e'* last year
...... Plenty of politics in Florida this year Your c",mmitte'e arre satisfied from *
John B. Stetson proposed just prior and no end of candidates, but not a po- examination madre that the books and
to his death to give $1N.1(00 to Stytson liticeal platform have we heard of nor accounts are a|orr, t and that the plant -
University, provided the present board an issue to be discussed. Have our hts lee'n a'lv ant economically man.
of trustees would resign Mrs. Stetson po'itic", once ao stimulating to the age~., and that the' managers have obh.-
has since agreed to carry out the will mind and full of the fire and friction of tained the best possible results from
of her late husband. The board met high debate and clash of rival policies the investment, and the council is to beIw
and D U. Fletcher and ex-Governor and principles, degenerated into a mere congratulated upon having so faithful
nenninJ s refused to get out. The act vulirar scramble far office for the ake and efficient a board of managers.

S756 00
60 00
60 00
144 25
2 40
7 25
9 82
239 5
7 50
4 00
6 '4<5
5 00
201 75
813 22
170 76

Earnings and Expenses of City Electric
Light Plant for Year Ending Feb-
ruary 28th, 1906.

Commercial lights ...$6,807 75
Labor .. ...-- 468 02
Superintendence.... $ 900 00
Office expinees.... 600 (00
Inspectors and trim-
rners -.. 922 75
Power station salaries 1," 6 13
Line repairs. - 10 75
Power station - 2 79
Lamps and carbons 105 05
Fuel ... 3.091 73
Oil, tallow and waste 195 02
Stationery and print-
ing -.. 9
Refunds 11 72
Miscellaneous 52 75
Supples- .. 33 78
Water 182 75
Legal expenses 2.5 00)
Insurance 201 75
Interest 294 10
Deficit from operation
for the year. -

City. I
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Fe nfndira
In ,,'ksonvilHe
Lake City
Live ()ak
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I .'a rn

W'es.t I'aln; Il.-,t'

General Stlatnemi t
V llse- f It <.'It
eiar t r din 1"*F
.stimating a |{e,
the C('ity to the I'
City Lighting
Earnings from op-
51 arc lamps to city
at $75 per annum
Lights in city mar-
ket. 129.972
E'ght32c. p lamps
in Frenchtown,
at $12
Eleven 16 and two,

$7,275 77

8,611 57
1.3 35 80

Hate per are
Popuitlation yeamiHr
3,0l77 $9o 1I4)
79911 S7 'Po
I' m *i1l 90 100
:42,15 !") i114
:1, 633 94 1 (it)

fill (11)c44 il
I e'4 72 i'o
2,ls l li 41 (tol
:1., %k I 1(2 11H41
17,747 0 i(No
'411) 0 1 1#41
!072 7" IN)
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vrwC t'lt)'rnd lEx-,
eicili'-I',(.ev In(mnr 0I.
;lIN-l(*t lC (o i cf I ON.
Klctic oman f

$7.275 77
3.35> 00

1.29 72

941 (M)

$8.611 57
1.040 00

12..'5 49

9.651 57

$2,934 92


Late City Bar Disapproves Utter.
sauces of the Oailf map ee~.
Lake City, April 14.-At a meet of
the bar of this city held this evening,
the following preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, The following editorial ut-
terance appeared in a recent issue of
the Citizen-Reporter, a newspaper pub-
lished in this city:
"The term of Justices Charles B.
Parkhill and James B. Whitfekld two
justices of the State Supreme Court,
expires next January. It is generally
understood that they will be eandidatee
for renomination at the coming prima-
ries. The people of Columbia county
will take a ghoulish pleasure in voting
against them. Their unfair methods In
fighting Lake City while endeavoring to
secure the permanent location of the
University of k lorida will be remem-
bered by all true, loyal and patriotice
citizens of Columbia county. These
men should not receive a vote within
the confines of our county's border line,
and, unless we are greatly mistaken in
the people of Columbia county, they
will not."
And, whereas, such expressions do
not meet with our approval, nor of the
people of this city or county, nor does
said editorial set forth with any degree
of correctness the sentiments of this
And, whereas we deprecate the as-
sailing of the character and reputation
of the members of our State judiciary
on account of their decisions; there-
fore, be it
First, resolved, That we regret ex-
ceedingly the publication of said article,
and we desire in this public manner to
express our appreciation esteem and
admiration of the personal character of
the gentlemen referred to, and to dis-
avow in a like public manner the idea
that any such sentiments as those ex-
pressed in said article prevail in this
community, and to deny that any organ.
ized opposition exists here to their re-
Second, resolved, That these pream-
ble and resolutions be published in the
Florida Times-Union and the Jackson-
ville Metropolis, and the other State
papers be requested to copy same.
These resolutions were signed by
Judge B. H. Palmer, A. J. Henry, A.
B. mall, Braxton Small M. M. Scar-
borough, Jr., Judge W. M. Ives T. B.
Oliver, G. 0. Palmer, J. B. Hodges,
Guy Gillen, R. T. Boozer, W. H. Wilson
and F. DeFerro.
Mayor's Veto, and His Reaseas There-
Tallahassee, Fla., March 30, 1906.
To the Honorable Chairman and Mem-
bers of the City Council:
Gentlemen-The ordinance to amend
an ordinance entitled "An ordinance to
amend section one of the laws and ordi-
nances of the city of Tallahassee, Flor-
ida, adopted August 18th 1898, ap-
proved July 14th, 1904," which passed
at u meeting of the C.ty Council on
March 8th, 1906, is hereby returned
without my approval and I hereby veto
the same for the following reasons:
1st This orrdin.,nce was drawn, as I
understand it. with special reference to
rediecing the compensation of the city
tax collector. I do not think it fair to
elect any onme Ito a nillice with the un-
deirstandrnti. vwh n i elected,. that he i., to
rec. ive, a ,.rtoiii c, mpen.sativtt ai.d
afterwals d, ri.v1'1 himin f it, nor do 1,
on the other h, rl, ii. ,k t,e should re-
ceive any imrtii. liiitoi rnrcre, I think
you will lii, it i n u, siti,. tut iotinal
.! 'lie,' I i'-.ji, tl iii a.s that this
ti'.b a nr ,- iliti id d iII orlI der to save
t 'ie t nll, '% t iiii.tted a;t thti tim e
iIt ;a I ut I t ih ti\ d llars (!*35) per
y*'.r ,, ,t !: t w ill r,'IIly I st t he city
alboiit sv,- i iii!;r- i($!71 ) lp'r year
rmn r, Ir ti ye.'r ,al t e'.ait Thus I
undlerstandl thit about filttleen hundreds
,uillar' (.1l:.'' ) w..., collet t-l upl tie
M ,V ,,t '., li.i>;. ir:d tiunr'nig Irorn this
I c, .t 'ie wo ld le entitled te, l0 ptr
e -nt itn amrneitt. or ure hundred
end { fifth, de , ($15.,> co, in ;iicion,
giving the colleitor ;' (,er ce-lt on the
balance, estimrnated at seventeen' thou-
sand dollar l$17'.i o.<, woutl amununt to
live hunedrel ,ud teiti ', ,lars (: ti)) tcom-
niss in or a to a if ei't lnrisie (. a under r
the new law of .six hundred arid sixty
d,,lars (6 i0).
Thie law as it nw stands is: 10 per
cent on the fir.t ,,4.IM I el uals $21H com-
mnission; pe'r cent on the next $2,000
equals $1IN cninimrnsi..~uii; ptr cent bal-
ance, estimated at $14.teoO, equals $290
commission, m. king a totaluf $60 com-
mission to bye paDi under the old law, or
a saving to the city of $70 under the
law as it now stand', not counting what
amount may have been collected during
the past month.
3d. The law ns it now stands con-
forms to the State ;.nd county law, and
a majority of the cities oi the State
have adopted the same.

-The ordinance does not state at what
time it is to go into effect. If, how-
ever, it is the voice of the Council that
thd measure is not to become effective
during the present term, I see no reason
why this amendment cannot stand.
Respectfully yours,
F. C. Grimeos, Mayor.


of its emoluments-an undisguised lunt RrCOMMENiPATIONR. house. at $7 ri
for the flesh-pots for the sake of their Your committee respectfully recom- house, at $7 5,,
contents?-Live Oak Democrat. mend that the sum of $200 per month
.l...-. i be paid to the Electric Light Company E xIi
flood P oi o for city lighting i Expenses from op-
results from chronic constipation, which We also recommend the checking of eration
is quickly cured by Dr. King's New vouchers and examination of the books Interest on $26.0(K)
Life Pills. They remove all poisonous and accounts of the Electric Light bonds at 4 p. c
rerms from the system and infuse new Company annually.
life and vigor; cure sour stomach, nau- We further recommend that the board
sea, headache, dizziness and cole, with-. of managers of the electric Ught plant Net earnings of
out griping or discomfort. 25c. Guar- be vested with necessary authority to plant for year
anteed by all druggists. bring suit in the name of the city 1906.




Superintendence ........
Office expenses..--.....
Inspectors and trimmers.
Power station salaries ...
Line repair a..............
Power station...........
Lamps and carbons ......
Fuel ........ ..
Oil, tallow and waste
Stationery and printing
Miscellaneous .....
Legal expenses .
Insurances.... ...
Deficit for February .

- (rwst.

Jm 6. efu1S. Fr.irtf.
mI tred Smd Cla s Matter March 81. 110. at
the Post Otee at Tallhas"e. Florida. under
A4tof Conres of March 8. lIe7f.
0oa In Telephone Building. Corner A4Jami and
Clinton street.. Telephone No. .19).

Substcrption, s.O0 Per Year. In Advance.
Advertising Rates on Applratilon.

The True Democrat I* the Official Newspaper
of Leon County.

Tallahassee, Friday, April, 20 19W6.

Hon. C. 0. Codington, editor of the
DeDand News, is another one of Mr.r-
ida's good and useful newspaper men,
who is a candidate for the Legilature.
Judge J ,. Whitftled for justice of
the Supreme Court eermn to strike' the
fancy of every orin- about, here, No
b' tter man could be found. Milton In-
d lex.
Kurr.or 1 .M it that in the fwevent of his
election to the Senate. Hion John Heuard
will aspire to the presidency of the
body. The gifted I'renmaotlian is not
lacking in ambition, Palatka Tirnmes-
Governor Hroward is scheduled to ad-
dress the citizens of Suwarne'e county ,
at the courthouse, in Live Oak torn'or-
row, Saturday, April 21st, on his pet.
drainage scheme, arid o thie first pevak-
ing of thecampaisn <,f more than a year
hence has begun.
The sympathy of the True Democrat,
in common with that of the entire civ-
ilized world, goes out to the terror-
stricken inhabitants of San Francisco
in their distressing and pitiable condi-
tion, caused by the frightful disasters
of earthquake and fire, the harrowing
details of which are reported in the
latest press dispatches.
We missed Thee every day during your
week's suspension while moving into
your comfortable new home bright and
pleasing Dally ,ive Oak Democrat, and
may nothing ever happen to cause you
to miss another issue Your home peo-
pie love you little more than do your
friends and admirers all over Florida,
for the Daily Democrat is surely a
power for gomdl.
It looks a little now like lion,. l Ilud-
son Burr and lion. N. A. liitch will
surely hold down the two "nitls" on the,
Railroad Commission, and we do not
believe either one will have' to go into
a second primary either to do it So
far as we can learn, Leon will give
both of them a handsome vote, for we
are hearing expressions to that efrect.
lion. Jefferson I1 tirowne has iun-
nounced that he will noet bei a cindlidlate
for reelection an a inembrr of the lauil-
road (Commission. Now. would it sur-
prise any one soon to hear that he. in of
material that would da's newt governor r out of. dollars to
doughnuts we will soon le' reading that
the lion. Jefferson 11. lrowne in a can-
didate for Governar. e'tc.
We are informed there Is a circular
being distributed to) theefTect that I onI
T. L. Clark in out an a candidate against
Judge James II. Whittlele for the So-
preme Court. are two juldg.s to
be elected, anrid, as we unlehrstanei it,
Mr. Clark is a candidate for either one'
or the other of the poisitions he might
be elected to It then gKlse without
saying that the tw, e'arhldlates who get
the most votes will Ie' elected us the
Our correnpo, iieielf ithnk ac ( 'ove rnor
Broward wring in htI ic 'thotle. lbut has
heen hardly treat.d. hor withwters are'
unwrung w chlva' tint ia, ii h1ie"h ilu
have been an knrel ii wv, i.e ,cltlatilel'
with the discharge' l oel eh Iteut h,,w
can a govd'rnor thunk h, i- nicht let si
ting up his oplinion lnu iili-t th' ia li ,r ii
tative intel rl'tal ti n of te ht i \\ %,,ltl
he insist on p 'vider the sanuei'rairII IrniIta> ice-" 1 ne,"
Union SI ,I 'TlIke

For several weeks Just prior to the i Jacksonville Metropolis: I it not an
last city primary election somebody, unusual thing to send out Florida pen-
over anonymously signed communica- sion warrants to Confederate soldiers,
tions in a paper of this city, took ocea- accompanied by a pamphlet of thestate-
sion a number of times to cast reflections iment of the Trustees of the Internal
upon and besmirch the good name of Improvement Fund of Florida for 1906.
the managers of the electric light board with an extra charge of 2 cents for
of this city, Messrs. F. C. Gilmore, postage? The pension warrants are
George Lewis and F. W. Armstrong, I sent to pensioners from the State Comp-
and also to bring discredit upon other troller's office, and it seems to be pre-
members of the council as it was then sumption to think the veterans want a
made up, with charges of wrong-doing, campaign document to read and force
abuse of power and extravagant ex- them to pay postage on it.
penditures. After the very first un- The insertion of these pamphlets in
called for and untruthful anonymous at- the pension envelopes is cheeky, to say
tack this newspaper published the fol- the least, and this method of sending
lowing item: out campaign literature should be stop-
Did it ever occur to some of the kick- ped Some of the old soldiers have
r against the electric light managers shwn thee envelopes around and
that if they, themselves, were liberal owntee envelope aroun an
patrons of the electric light plant the kicked on paying the extra postage
managers would be better able to give charges Not on the price, but on the
the city better service? Better facili- principle. The Jasper News of yester-
ties are expected in a short while, and (Jay also contains a notice (f this new
the service' will then e improved. No notic of hi new
citizen of Tallahassee can be made to feature of sending out pension war-
believe-, for one minute, that the boardl rants, with a report of the Trustees of
of managers of the plant in this city the. Internal Revenue Fund. It fol-
have done a mingle a-'t that is wrong or lows:
that they wish to conceal from the p ub-
lie,. The records are open for irmspec- "Old (Confederate pensioners were
tion at any and all time's. and either of astonished last week to find that the
the present hoard stands ready and will- n)ve.lope containing their warrant wa.
ing to furnish anyinformralion any citi- a bulkya
zon may wish. Now, he' fair; if thr air, on whih nt otae
in anything you wish information on, was due, and which must be paid be-
consult therm and the records before go- fore they could receive it The extra
ing into print with raliious inminnua- postage was caused by reason of the
this particular time as being deone for fact that the statement aft the Trustees
melfish political purposes. of the Internal Improvement Fund, for
And we then followed this up, week the year 1905, had been inclosed therein.
after week, with protests denouncing The members composing the Board of
the. means and irnthodiused as untruth- Trustees, and the members composing
ful and unworthy of notice of the high- the Drainage Commission, are the same
toned and honorable men assailed be- men, and this statement, as Trustees,
cause of the purposes, the marinner of is being industriously circulated as cam-
antd littleness of the attack. Every paign literature for the Drainage Com-
se'ntence, w e published then with regard mission.
to the matter we attempted to put in "Thus old Confederate pensioners
clean and convincing shape, and we now were forced to pay a portion of the ex-
have no doubt but all facts as then put pense of circulating campaign literature
through this newspaper are still fresh for the Drainage Commission The
in the mind of every reader of it cruel part of it is, that they were made
It is now indeed gratifying and pleas- to pay letter postage on third-class
ing to the gentlemen whose good name matter.
had been so recklessly assailed, and to "By this it would seem that the treas-
their Tallahassee friends, whom they ury must be pretty well drained,
number almost to our citizenship, to whether the Everglades is or not. Also
read the complete refutation of all the that the sign, 'Drainage Commission
charges, insinuations, etc., that were Tax Collected Here,' might appropri-
slung at them in those communications ately be hung up in the several post-
in the full and complete report made of aoffces."
the stewardship of the electric board WILL FINISH THE LAWS.
rnmnaagerM, particularly so when that
committee wats composed of such btusi- The E 0 Painter Printing Company
cmmitt dof h i-at Del.and expects to finish up its work
nesm men ac lsion. S I) ('hittenden, on the State law book contract about
Aaron Levy and George W. Saxon, the three months ahead of the contract
two former newly-elected members of limit. It has made two shipments of
the present council and the. latter ne' a.o)ks, the last one weighing five tons,
mnd has two more to deliver The time
of the old council. does not expire until August Attor-
Truly, should this be it warning to ney-General Ellis praises the quality of
any man or set of men that such aIt- the' work. Times-Union
tacks, mlade at any time or for any pur- As a matter of course Attorney-Gen-
pome', would w mer or later react. iniln eral Ellis praises the work, and now
that the truth yes, the full truth- that he sees the clean work that is be-
woul hle forthcoming. ink so nicely, quickly and accurately
The report of the council investigat- done by the above' printing establish-,
ing conimnittee clearly puts a true status ment, and that done by the St. Augus-
iof the board of manager..' transactions : tine Publishing company y as samples to
te-fore the citizens of Tallahassee, and compare with quite a lot of botched-eip
we ask every one of them to read it rubbish that has been paid for tby the
rarnfully: and then, as geosd citizens. State officials. after he and other good,
with a pride in one of our municipal in- authorities and judges had denounced
ve,.trments, lend the managers all the and protected against it, has double
help po-laib.le in making a success of it reasons for being proud of the law-book
as it goId paying investment, he is charged by virtue of being attor-1
We will add just here, and cise jhy ney-general with preparing the copy
saying. the fixtures and additian.s nec- for. Again it should be remembered,
,..sutry for improving the plant's se.r'- that honest, legitimate printers were
ice have arrived, and in a few dcaysTal- not frozen out of competition, on either
Ihancae's electric light service will be the Augustin or Del.and Supreme
re uilit,,d, repairs made. a'nd our citia- ('urt Report johns, by demanding that
zens c-an turn all the pu're electric light $12..0IM certified check requirement,
they please tlupon themselves' anI their with itn frills, etc.. added, but it is re
husine'ss Now let every IChlesseI one of freshing to (;.eneranl Ellis' friends., who
us "le.t" our lights s hine that others are' perfectly familiarwith all the antics
niaity se' our giood work, grow lig and committed with that scheme, to know
giait, ane pull for a nw, proMsperouss, he' prot,''hd an i resisted such nactlons
pjegrne'sive and up-t,-daute cauptal city at the tUme. and at one time in the
of Flornli, the \,ry e' ,,st State in thus ri',e'eeags it appeared that he' would
',,,n, everything conhiitrel. l.t( u. ha\. toi use' his muscles. AnalI still
all "love int. another" ani |pull together sarn'~, it is r'fraeshing for th. pe.'ople' toi
for the I,'st of ev' ry ailssel'. thing for know that theoeo

thies l-, ar old cit\.

Ilo John ',alhls' ,of thli Ws'eekly
T eIt. I 'IrIuio ti l I -, t he' r .'lIt sa, rt ol'
1au1n for t1h1' publie;ti oii at, au st rtight-

In an article' oiu thi )npalli lhi-! ',, '.'k flora iii ipir lI i. fe ti le' s il i imll-
referring to twe .1st ices 'f tc' Sci pitiat l hn tiuth anail lhe seldom maliikes
prt me ( o urt, we di ;iid ttilig almalne' ,ani.i r r ieC vilh. lelily Siln.
which could le' ceonsi ril 'i a rA .' l .'iin "lha' I tk-, ltllroth.ti Mc 'r ie.rv; : ip-
u mn their integrity le ju, iie ,o e ,pr.,iati., ,, ir kind worls. ine,, we
St'he hypercritical cutn nl I W i" le' i'nl .
upon to find things which we're n'O'.,i kn, .i ',Ii not i i i say them f",r bun-
intended. Lake CI 'ity reporter to, le'. It is huimailn fer us all at tinlme
Then may just exactly what mon n'an to ainl we may be guilty many
brother, "in plain l'nited States tinm's,, Ii airit journey along through this
Those ugly ghoulish pleMasure'" 'x. life. Iof niitkig utinte'ntionmal mistakes.
preaslons do not sound geax. la, k gealI. N)o lihvin person, however, stands more
nor are they in good taste as you very r'ealy to correct an error or to undo an
soon found out. Such utterances will injusticeA done any fellow-man than do
always be cried down, and we are truly we Our eole aim in life, hereafter, as
among those who are willing to believe a newspaper man. shall be to do the
you did not intend them as they were most of our people the most good-and
generally accepted, since you disclaim in that spirit are we endeavoring to
such intentions, conduct this little newspaper

St. Aubrustin' anrl DleLand house'- iwc
,leing teor the' State will cost the Stute
nt,:e' 'lM lie-r cent lfs le ,e.,'ii per
pja 'e. It'o'ais will prove e'%er\ ,one ',of
these assertions we 1put them as a
'.j/r ctii c/harcea.' and sorne ,of these'
days there is going to be a "rattling up
eof the dry ioness" General Ellis has
given good advice a number of times.
which was disregarded by some State
oticials,. who. ome of these days wili
regret it. too. Does seem strange that
some people would rather take and act
more quickly on advice given by trick-
ster and sistere" lawyer politicians;
but the world moves on. and there is
going to be a reckoning, and that's

Dr Henry E Palmenr spent several
days this week at Gainesville attending
a session of the Florida Medical Asso-
clation, of which he is an officer

that kind aof friend puts you down as
we'll. as a traitor just because you
have censed to be a political teol or ally.
aut the world moves on just the same
We. too, wish the editor of the' Argus,
whom we know well, an abundant suc-
cess, long life, and much happiness and
Governor Broward will never prove
to the people of Florida that his drain-
age scheme is other than a fraud and
an unwarranted tax imposed upon the
citizens of the State Volusia County
Our Legislative candidates who have
qualified are, Eight District- for Sen-
ate, Hon John W. Henderson, Hon.!
William A. Rawls For Representa-
tives-Hons Gilbert Hartsfield. W. F.
Banks,. W. N. Keith. W. I. Vason. S.
May Walker, A. S. Wells.

The E. ( Painter Printing Company
of DeLand has been doinA s me good
worK on tne State law books, anu At-
torieyv-General Ellis praises it very
fltgily --G;tinesville Sun
The St. Augustine Record is doing
some more of the same kind and doing
it the same way. The price at which
they are doing it, too, is just a little
more than half the price at which the
same kind of Supreme Court Reports
printing is beingdone indifferent shape
in all respects by the Great Capital
Publishing company of this city, the
former contractors not being required
to put up a $12,500 guarantee for a
bond of $40.000, either. They do what
they agreed to do honestly, with no A
hitches to it.
Mr. Eugene Lyday, of Hagerstown,
Md., is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. M.

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PWWOL ., .

TAXsED v1 1US *WN a3M.r. 3014no NT ? to.
In an article which we published yes- W saw a m pitiful touioht
terday, says the Times-Union, Mr. we w a itte whit boy. we rnwkno.
Walter S. Graham, of Miami, related a breeches, with ohanda r"ta,
bit of personal experience with the chained to other eralaeisa sad this b
drainage tax. He has 100 series of land ingconveyed to the ecvie eamps. The
wch ischild's name was Alvn Hortoum and, we
at the mouth of New river, which i learn, was convietedof lareseyin Jude
sometimes overflowed by high tides Rowton's court at Palatka and men-
from the ocean. Draining cannot pre- tenced to serve sixty days n our con-
vent these tides or protect this landvit camps. This child's plae is the
reformatory, and not hi the convict
from them. camp with professional and hardend
It is proposed to drain a large part of criminals Wecall Governor Broward's
the Everglades into New river. Of attention to this and all cases like it.
course, this will increase the flow of: The State has a reforpmatory and a paee
coure, this will increase the ow for children of this age is in It, andaueh
I the river and make the inundation of pitiful scenes as a child of such tender
this land more frequent. And yet Mr. years as the one we mentioned with
Graham is taxed to inflict this damage handcuffs on and chained to a gang of
hardened criminals should not be al-
on himself and he is taxed as much to lowed in the State of Florida-Ocala
thus injure himself as the State tax Banner.
proper would be on property worth When seen concerning the above, Jus-
$5,000. tice of the Peace Rowton said: "This
Mr. Graham says that many if not boy has been before me several times
most of the lands owned by private par- for petit larceny. He is one of a tough
ties and assessed for drainage in Dade gang that operates in the outskirts of
county are overflowed lands only be- the city. He is about 16 years old, but
cause of the encroachments of the sea, small for his age. I would gladly send
which cannot be prevented by drainage. him to a reformatory had I the power.
No man can claim for a moment that I sent him to the county jail for sixty
such a tax is just, and to say that the days, but under the county convict lease
State can impose it is to assert that it system now in vogue in Putnam county,
may confiscate the property of its citi- by which system all county convicts, of
.ens. whatever age or sex, are leased to con-
Mr. Graham's comparison of the tractors, this boy has to go out with the
statu-A of the owners of lands in the worst criminals. My sentence did not
' draina~.e district with that of the people contemplate other than a jail sentence,
of Gaine.,ville is just. It is said that but the county commissioners have de-
the rrer. who own overflowed lands cided otherwise. This boy illustrates
would be oencf.tit, by drainage, there- but one evil of the county convict lease
fre, pass a bill -ubjecting them to tax- system now in practice in this county."
ation. The people of Gainesville will -Palatka News.
he benefited by the establishment there So far as we can learn, and we have
of the State University, but who will done some inquiring, the Messrs. Rhodes
Iy a bill imposing on them a special Bros., lessees of the convicts of this
tax would .stand the tests of the courts. county, treat their prisoners well, no
When the capital was located at Talla- overwork or ill treatment being admin-
hassee the people of that city and of istered to them, and they are being well
the surrounding country were not spec- taken care of.
ially taxed to build it, and could not
have had a special tax imi osed on them SECRETARY DUNN'S SAT.
for that purpose. After having severely criticized the
that r e "7,public acts of quite a number of Flor-
And yet these people would all have day'ss public men, in almost every issue
been benefited by the work of the State, for the past six months or more, spar-
while of the owners of swamp and ing neither ink, nor space, nor energy,
overflowed lands, some would be bene- it is rather amusing now, to see the
True Democrat talk about "one's good
fited by the work when aune, others name" and take the Recorder to task
would be neither benefited nor injured, for having criticized the record of one
while still others would be injured; still man.
all would be taxed and not in propor- We do not know what the True Dem-
Socrat means by "throws mud" but we
tion to the value of their lands or to believe it is a phrase usually hurled at
I the benefits received, but in proportion an opponent by those who 'cannot an-
to the number of acres owned. An un- swer argument.
just drainage law should not have been If the criticism of a candidate's pub-
lic record is throwing "mud then we
enacted by the Legislature. We do not plead guilty to the charge with pleas-
believe it will be approved by the peo-, ure. We are glad to say that it is not our
pie, but if it should be, the Federal first offense nor will it be our last. We
courts will still have something to say consider it the highest duty of a news-
wlt a o es |paper to discuss and criticise the public
about it acts of public men who are candidates
The question the people are asking for office. We have tried to do this
themselves all over the State is where conscientiously in the past, we shall
and how did Jennings get all his money. contue the same course in the future.
(an't Brother Collins of the Tallahas- A man's record that will not stand the
see True Democrat, tell a suffering test of fair criticism is unworthy of the
people. Volusia Record. votes of his countrymen.
people.VolusiaIt is childish to answer the criticism
The right kind of men, and the right of our candidate's public record by call-
kind of investigating committees$ft the ing the criticism "mud slinging.' Men
next session of the Legislature may be answer argument with argument, not
enabled to unearth some startling with epithets. -Madison Recorder.
things along several lines. Let each We have no further comment to
county be careful in selecting its Sena- make, relative to the Recorder's criti-
tors and Representatives ; cisms of "good men" and its calling us
newspaper men corporation tools. Our
The Tallahassee True Democrat will readers have had our say. We give the
probably soon change to a daily. We Recorder's above. AV,w let them
wish the paper much success, and are dg. There are matters of moregen-
glad that its prosperity justifies the
proposed change Collins is a brilliant eral interest to the public for ustocon-
editor, a real newspaper man. We ad- tinue to '"severely criticise" lor abuses
mire his fine talents and courage, but committed and still being committed
cairnot agree' with him on all of hi; against the best interests of the ublic,
snitins on the political situation 'e a ns th bt terest of th p
wish the True Democrat abundant sue- some ,f which we sling at them again
c.'s. Brooksville Argus. in this issue. W'e are open tocriticism,
Thanks, brother; all honest men can never trying the dodging aci, and will
have a ditT'erence of opinion and still be let out what's within us ju.t as long as
friends. Every man should he willing we believe we are rignt The true
to I.t his fellow man have an honest Democrat started out over a year ago
,pir,.an. andl few, except a political boss within the motto: "For Good Govern-
of the worst type, wishes to own others ment; Honesty in Public Office; Equal
in tleought. soul and l.ody That kind Justice to All Special Privileges to
have use for \ou as Ing as they can None'." and will stick to it to the end,
.use' r plavy you; but "''what a change in "though the Heaven.s fall," or we will
the morning" when onerebels, becomes quit-On well, trying to aun a nvwspa-
te think and act for one's self. then per that will be honest with its people.



Of the ouinty Board of I

Tallahasse. Mh., MarchI
,,,.To Jimoea. H T. Fetkol Clark Cimiut Cc
Sir-toImpli.ancewith section a.ehaat
law fFcii.w~u erbso fie withyou
kmbwItemis"fissael si tatement of sa
pt manev.,e eSOM i, appropriatioe ns oda4
Psata hewed lfor the mouth ending the 181
Fiebuagry. A. D. 110:
I. Basa"iSe n treauriiy axper last
atatelment...... .... 8 .17
2. Reeapts for awnith asaltmniiaed
b w in .--- -*---- I -.. ... 1,0 7.40
2.Warranta outatandins this
date ..................... 5.719.44













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Total expended for schools......... 6
713 E. B EppeO. salry of Superintend-
ent ... .. .... ... .
7 1 D. R. Cox. Incidentals for Board and
Superintendent ........
714 Weekly True Democrat printing and
710 Joseph doomdason. lea*g erices..
Total expenditure ............ 6
asCWiPm OrP OUtNyT ICMOOL round.
Pod taxem ...... ............ T 00
Stote fund interest apportima-
L ms t ......... ........ ....... 1.r o 40
(GO. 1. DAVIU. Clari
IL B& 3Pml 1 eritamdmIRt.
I have fifty thoroughbred Le
Hens. Can furnish Eggs for ettli
$1.0. J. M. Forbte. .
At the Cioof'"--e Ilose. See
ad s the beal page.

4. Warrants outstanding as per
last report... ....... ... 2_03.66
6. Total warrants drawn t h i s
month as itemized herein. 68768.44
4. Caah in hands of treasurer this
date ...... . ....... 4.02

No. To- Schoc
t01 J. W. Wideman ... .
402 C.A. Keith.. ... 1
S4 Beoman Milton .. I
404 Emma Washburn .......
N06 Carrie M. Brevard. -.. 1
806 Grace E. Eican - 1
407 Hennie Chaire ......... I
4 Grace Coob.......... ....... 1
409 Claire Bowen I....
;10 E. C. Eppes ... . 1
411 Kate Sullivan .... 1
412 Jennie K. Brevard I... 1
418 Mattie Davies .......... 1
614 H.B. Woodberry .... 49
615 Annabel Abney ...... 49
616 A. M. Hunter b6
417 Ida A. Edwards 24
418 Annie M. Owen 24
619 Augusta Ro ......... 7
620 Aorace Fletcher ...
621 Dora Loper .. 1S
= Jonam Hartafield 20
28 -annie Atkinson 4'6
824 ?lorence Howell.......... 22
625 Lthel Titsworth .... .... 37
626 Melia Ward ...... ........ 4
27 eille Clay... 56
62M .llaSmith ................ 67
M2 aarah Davis .... .. 59
6530 3ertaGatlin ..... 60
681 Viola Revels . ......... 63
632 Mabel Bradshaw ..... 69
633 G.E. Atkinson ...... 73
34 Mamie Williams ...... 78
536 3llen H. Cromartie .. 79
686 ola Bradshaw -........... o
637 _,ottie Child .. 2
538 Roberta Geddic ...... 44
639 J. G.Riley..... .. .... 2
640 J. H. Frazier 2
641 A. W. Fitz Giles 2.
641 C. Smith 2
43 E. W. Ryan .... 2
644 M. C. Forbes 2
645 F. G. Johnson .. .. 2
616 C.D. White ... ............ 2
647 G. A. Twin .......... 2
648 M. A. Yellowhair. 5
649 EmmaCarr. -- .. 6
650 S. F. Drew ...... 8
651 Pauline Williams 10
652 M. A. Whittaker 11
653 H. T. Robinson ... ...... 12
654 Mamie Golden 13
656 Ethel M. Ford .. 1
156 HallieG. Luke .............. 1 i
657 Laura Patterson 17
58 Mamiie Fits Gile ........... 19
69 Jennie V. Wright 23
560 S.S. Siplin 24
561 H. E. Jenkins -. 26
2 Violet D. Gardner 38
63 Amanda Parrish ._. 52
K14 A.H. Bell ........... .. ....... 41
66 LouiseFord .. .. 32
566 J. H. Stroman -.- 43
67 Frances Baker 30
68 C. D. Richardson 34
69 A. A. Jackson 35
70 E. L Johnson .-- . ...
71 A. A. Garrett. 28
72 Fannie Bythewoxl 13
73 M. R. Baker ..3.. ;
74 Lizzie B. Clay :5
75 A. M. Norman 71
76 L. C. HlI. .75
77 E. B. Hantiy .
*78 Monroe Iuimcan ,1
79 Mary Carr 29
;0 Walter R. ('lay 14
1I M. A. Duncan ',
;2 Lilla E. Ryan it
;3 Maggie ParrMsh
4 Emma Chritie
s6 Mamie Fitz 2
6 L. E. Maxwell 14
47 Lottie Clay 14
24 Go. W. McGriff 4

enough self-respect to pay its own ex-
penses it han t a very high idea of One now ready to deliver, size
0loo (0 morals or politics either, and its en- axle 3j, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
dorsement or refusal to endorse is not inches.
7 worth the breath required to state it.
12 00 If a club wants to invite a political All kind of General Blacksmith-
10 oo candidate to address it, the invitation ing and repir work done prompt-
m shouki not be contingent on a money ly and at reasonable prices.
contribution. A candidate who has to
pay for the privilege of being intro-
duced to a political club might better Horse Shoeing
hire a hall of his own and speak to a A Specialty
.* as decent audience. He could at least re- pecal
S tam his self-respect.
"a The Journal trusts that there will be W H Adkinson,
no occasion for a further discussion of *
rhorW this subject. But It warns both candi- New Shop North of Kemper Stabt.
t dates and possible grafters that any at. -- --(.
tampt at the okd graft game with W ib (
our the public became so familiar two years L
ago will be made on penalty of ful"p ~i s megseMi eift 4 enle i

'INT Campalga Graftag ai GOrantm. lielty in the columns of this newspaper,
Just6ntheEveof the coming Pri- and the Joural will not mince either
Jut name, places, or methods in showing
PubC mary Elections, the Pensaeola Journal up the extent of the grafting either at-
reproduces the following editorial of its tempted or committed.
issue of May 22d, 1904. As it touched A saily Brai Girt
1. 1.t on matters of reat interest to the pe or boy, man or woman, is quickly out
wt: pie of the whole state, and is so full of of pawm if Bucklen's Arnica alve is ap-
S4' timely warnings we beleive we can find plie promptly, G. J. Welch, of Tekon-
m to-d no better to fill a portion of our space ha, MIch., says: "I use it in my fami-
th of in this issue, and it here follows, with fi ut, sores and allQuickt pile ure
the hope that a careful reading may do known. Best healing salve made. 66c
D. good: at all druggfits. *
The campaign preceding the primary rf C. W. Peters spn^ ^turday
which has just bven held developed and SundC.ay. n Tallahaee ..S Ma
certain species of political parasite Marguerite Demill, of Tallahassee, is
which, while he may nave existed pre- visiting Mrs. W. M. Girardeau-_ h Mrs.
-7.417.11 vious to that time, certainly took ad- S. B.Lmar, after a viit of two weers
vantage of the inalso into die- to Mr. and Mirs. J. M. Lamar, returned
into prominence-an a mto s- to Tallahassee Tuesday. Monticeho
repute--in a manner never before par- N Tu13th -
alieled in the history ot Florida politics. News, 13th.
7,417.11 We refer particularly to tnose apos- F. M Brumby will save you money
ties of "gratt" and gluttons of spoil in new and second-hand Furniture. 2tt.
Whio made life so miserable ior the cand-
U. id..te, disgusted public sentiment and To Reati
al. Amt. outraged political decency by their
150 %%.o iA bile attempts at b,-sckmail and A tenant wanted for the newest and
10 ot best office room in the city. Call and
100 their upen efforts at vote-selnng. tair over Th True
M6 it was a situation which can be under- look at it, up stairs, over The True
5 stood only by those who were brought Democrat office.
0o into direct contact with it, and it was a
0 itravesty on independent citizenship For Sale, Turpentine location, with
0 which ought to bring the lush of shame eight crops of virgin boxes, one mile
60 to the cOeeK o every patriotic Flormin. of railroad and steamship line; cheap
6b The spectacle of men, calling them- freight rates; plenty of sound timber
60 selves American citizens, bartering to cut thirty-five crops.
3 their birthrights and their assumed iI- m rr M. S
so3 luence for a few paltry dollars ot the 5-1m Carrabelle, Fla.
6 candidate's money, claiming to repre-
60 sent "clubs" and offering to secure Nicest Ouce in City.
35 "endorsements," with the presumed To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
3U delivery of the club's membership vot, with all conveniences. Can be used in
30 for contributions ranging from .00 to one large room or made into three
40 $100.00. rooms. Would make a splendid place
30 usldozing, threatening and black- for lodge or club room. Apply at True
s3 mailing u candidate until in sheer des- Democrat Office.
40 peratiun he imagined he must "oungle
so up" or run the risk of an open boycott Schedule T. S. 3. Railroad.
0 on the part of the leeches and the ax- Effective November 22 the T. S. E.
30 gregation which they claimed to repre- train for Wacissa will leave Tallahasiee
30 sent.
30 ery sort of plea-house rent depot at 2 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
30 Every sort of plea-house rent due, returning to arrive in Tallahassee at
3u doctor's bills to pay, drugs needed-- 4:30 p. m.
30 anything, from a drink of whiskey to a
6 six week's salary--all were made, often For Rent.
30 demanded, and it wasa hardy candidate Six room house to rent on Boulevard
so indeed wiho had the temerity to turn the street. Apply to Mrs. Robt. McDougall
30 applicant away without a part, at least. 5-tf
30 of what he came for. --
30 And then came subsequent visits, c.
30 wits demands for more, prefaced by in- Econom y Fence I
16 situations of how much some opposing
16 candidate had given or would give, all If you intend to do Fenc-
20 followed by covert threats of wnat "the ing, it will pay you to see
20 boys" were likely to do if the candidate me before purchasing.
21) dia not "come across" again.
20 It was a fine spectable--and, we are I am General Agent for
is pleased to say, the first of the kind and the sale of the Economy
16 we hope tne last, in Florida politics. Fence, and know it to be
16 To the candidates who suffered them- the very
25 selves to be bled-and there were tew
22 who did not-it all meant a great deal. BEST nd
16 It absorbed their money, their patience
16 and undoubtedly their faith in human HE PES7
25 nature, E IPPS7 7
25 but to the c immunity at large it
22 meant much more. It was a blot upon Can be built for less than
20 tne fair name of the State which will 15 cents a Rod.
require mniany years of political chasti-
Sif there i uci a thing-to wipes R berths
2) out, and which good citizens everywh. r,- v ,li R b rs
2 ,Iiould have a care is never again re- SAI.ES AGENT,
S peiited.
I LLet us be done with "graft" once and 40-tf Centreville. - Florida.
l for all time, by so emphatic an express
(U .si<,n Of [iuO ic uisup[ioval that n1, 'o'" le-
24) sale system of the kind, such as fouA N A R K
1 practle in the last campaign, will e\, r
16 again je attempted. ON THE GULF
I The Journal repu lish.s the aboveed-. ON THE GULF.
30 itorial now because, even at this earl.\ is an I leal Hunters Resort cannot be
25 date, we think we discern certain evi surpassed. 45 miles south of
dences of a ,possible attempt to repe., Tal!ahas-ee, Fla. on the
some of the graftinK practices ic orida Alabma
.75 00 m.,de the campaign of 11K4 the most no beOrnia. lorida AhbDma
3 0, torious in that respect in the history oi
17 35 t'ie State And the Journal repeats ,now R illwa).
t ,at no such practices must again pre (C., T. & G .r. R.)
2 va I in Escambia county. Within Lasy' Walkin r Distace of the ita-t
10000 1 here may be no law to prevent them, -
but there is another element that of Huntal ng W ounds
16 putlicity-which the Journal certainly\
S proposs to invoke on .he firt eide In the South: uail, Wild Duck and
which it receives of any attempt t, Turkey, Bear and Deer Plentiful
6 00 graft a political candidate The name Trains stop at
2 0(i of the man who gets the money and "l LANARK I N N.
12 00oo the candidate who pays it will be pub-
1500 lnsried If theold 'p nticalclub gralt Modern, Well Equipped Hotel, Steam
a. is attempted, the name of the club ano Heated, ectric inita, frontmg im-
a13 w th- candidate will each be published mediately on the G(ulf. Every facility
I 54 Some of these -o called politicalal afforded for fishing in Gulf waters.
2; 00 cluh. have constituted the worst sort od hite Suwithur prigs OS n HotlIel
9 20 of graft schemes ]rounds wit Heat'.. Swimming Pool.
11 w' It is no crime to organize a political Round Trip Rates via G. F & A. Ry.
16 club On the contrary where the proper selling daily, final lIunit April 30th
2 25 motives prevail, it is a creditable thing For information call on your nearest
,to prevalthi Ticket Agent or write to,
17 But the political club whose officers A. ). ZACHARY, Mgr.
s, oi accept money from a candidate, for Lanark Inn. Fla
I whatever purpose, simply degenerates J. H McWILLIAMS, G. P A.
16 into the tool of a set of grafters, who G. F. & A. Ky. tiainbridge, (Ga.
9 00 use and control it solely as a means of -
o pulling money out of the pocket of TI MBE 5A RTS
75 iu every candidate who wiil submit to their T iVIDE B/l E R (A
i 3 methods.
76 The money necessary to maintain aBuilt to Order at
2 o00 political club should come from its own uil rer
- members not from candidates for of- reasonable prices.
.2'8 fice. If the club memoersmhip hasn't

at ..- - -.- -

---- --.-...65, 10, 15 and 26c.

Children and Misses Shcrt Sleeve Under Vests, at --------

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



Dealer In
L. C. YAEGER, Dealerdw.
Stoves. Tinware, M agoras, Carriages,
l Plumbing and Plumbers Supplies.

A ricul-.v

t iral



Builders and


Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods



Confectioner I Crocer


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.

090. W. CIILS.

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


Plans and Speclflostone furn shed. All kinds of buildings pluaned
sad eoastructed aooording to the I latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lambe
uu*J|ditn stair rails, balstoh', porch columns, brackets, mantels, gril,
fey gJable ornamenta and turned and scroll work of every deort9l
Uor. rtSek. Lime sad Cement for sale.

All orders will receire prompt
to be fmst olam in every particular.
OMce, bhop and Lumber Tard on

Use the long distance telephone.
Connections can bI riven to any point
m the Southern Bell System. Public
ong distance telephone at Central office:
Couipn ticket books sold at a discount
=pply at Telephone office.
43-tf W. L. Moon, Manager.

attention. We guarantee our wet
Prtees reaeonabls
Seaboard Air LUna, on ot SoUet
P. 0, 9OX I.

Dlchards Notice.

tics, bmsfe. I wHil uiot A Ifthaesmts fib
County Juods*of 4 ou~ntyy. %m's
for my dl I me a 44minsletrito a m
CHA& W. tICKAftjX ,
Tahsbmses, is.. Sowabo ho. IML~- 1011

0. C. Parker. building school at Tal-
la hasa e -
King Lumber Co., lumter.
Dave Russell. new liuiding at Pin-
A. B. Danzier. new building at
J. E. Whitehead. new building at
Dave Russell, new building at Pin-
R, P. Hlihtow.r, repair of building
at Lake Erie
Virgil Harris. repair of buidinig at
CG o. Robinson, repair of building at
J. P. S. Houstoun. hauling desks
Tully & Yaeger. cleaning grounds..
J. P. Wilcox. setting up desks
A. C. Spiller, incidentals for school
Sou. Tel. & Cons. Co., telephone rent
E. B. Eppes. frt. on blackboardingi
E. B. Eppe*, postage and t legrams
Mrs. L. D. Walker, rent.
Tallahammee waterr Work.. water .
Janitor school No. 2. services, etc .
Janitor school No. 1. services, etc..
F. C. ('oles. incidentals for school
J. J. Carroll. fuel
Mrs. C. A. Cay. Kindergarten sup-
plies .... ...
Edward Manning, transportation of
pupils ...
B. F. Maxwel. transportation of pu-
D. F. Gramling. transportation of
H. E. Carmine, transportation of pu-
pil -
L. C. Yser, incidental for school.
K W. Clark. incidentals for Tschool
Robt. Munro, incidentals for school.
R. J. Evans. incidentals for school
Julia C. Trice, incidentals for school




Don't ForgetVanBrunt (b Demilly

when looking for good values.

White Lawns...-----------.. ...........5, 8, 10, 12j, 15 and 20 c

White Waist Goods and P. Ks,-------.........10, 12j, 15 and 20e

36 inch Silk Warp Eolienne in white, black, pink, blue, tan

and silver gray, these goods are worth 65c per yard,
we are offering them at, -0-------.-----------c...

A Fine Line of Ladies Short Sleeve and Strap Under Vests,

.4. *.. -

JON 30. COLLINS, Pblushe.. Hon Joe. A. Edmondson yesterday
received a circular containing resolu-
PUBLBUSID I rLkY FRIIAY MO iINO. i tion ihe Tallh me -T-r Comm:ttee, which extends time f.-, Electiesn alied to lJe I eld on
The Tallahofire True Democrat isone candidl.tes to quality until 26th day of TeeOs y, may 15ti, 1 6.
of the beot of t rda's weeklies and in The Democrat(< xective om..te f Lon
every issue hi:s sroEthin' io smiy. Bro. April, owinfl. to rmisundeistar. Collins should the ,ubit ription State Call. Following in the re-olu- hiinrofoa Denwratie Pnmarr Eile t ,. tt)..'urn
mico Jand i ^ it a d r a week.-- t-tout ooty, in eieh cof tfevl Pit I Il Int .
price and m -:- it a a week.-- t.onp: thereof atthe usual places ot hoi ,. *el*itnr,.
jasper Bannei ... ;.iberty. "W i.ereas, The wording of t1e CallU on the 1th hAyof May. A. D. 1~.,,
All we wish for the paper is $1.(6J per for the Democratic primary in 1906 has eliht o'clock A... until sundown, for t. e noi-.
year, but we do think we should have caused some to misconstrue the Call, or !ca. herelinaftr Ia ln toli. "<'ted for Ly the Deni.
rather to Plaume that it is not n. cessary ocratie eeetor. at theerenril e ectior. ti be held
| as a subscriber ,t that price thousands for a candidate for the State S*nate or o ioemar I V.Ain a,,.. tour.t. FPrvided.
'tat IfI7"ost a second prrim Y, who-re neceasary. shall be
of our citizens .ll over this State: The House of representative to file with Iheld on Tuesday. e 12th dasy of Jur, A. D. 19l.
True Democrat is working with all its the State Committee notice of candi- to chooe betwa the highe-at candidates, where
aroi0rliatons halll not have I P enlmie by a majtr-
might for purity and honesty in public dacy and application to have his name ityvote in the noit rmary election. rd at uch
printed on official ballot. econd primary eletIon only such electtors were
affair., and dhes ve< to be upFeld in it~ Therefore. .Leit resolved, That wher-' ualifed to loie at the flrst primary election shall
by Florida's best citizenship. Our list ever any such candidate shall file his fmtc o Democri Executrmivett Cotn.
of readers grown daily, too. notice o( candidacy and application with mitt.. calling said primary election hereby de.
.- '-^ his County Committee on or before the clarea the terms and con i.tions on which legal
Contract for Manteon. 26th day of April, A. D. 1906, uch iseto~oe9strils tobeomearndidaten or to vote
at suchelection shall be regarded and taken as
The commission to let the contract name shall be printed on the official proper membllt of the Democratic party andr
for the Governor's Mansion met and ballot: provided, that such candidate therefore entitled to participate and be candidates
awarded the contract to Mr. 0. C. shall have paid the prescribed amount, tae and vote ath s elections a filllows:i
Parker a contractor of this city Tues- and his notice and application shall ta hom. ean.didit wure. or votes t or partici-
day. Those bidding were as follow: comply with the Democratic precedent pate ai the maunamermt of any prisoary election
M9 J.I H. Boden, from Jacksonville, as set out in the form prescribed by debry the Dnlocratic party n iwhld county, who
are white Democratic electors, who declare their
$24,646. thih committee." adherance to the principle% and organiistion of
Burwell & Hillyer, from Jackmonville, I ---- -- - -- the trr"icratlc party, National. Stateand county.
$28WX y An Interesting Lecture L whiore by the law. of the State lawful elector.
of the district In which they offer to vote, who
Gilmore & Davis, from Tallahassee, D. S. M. Tucker, of Florida College have paid their poll taxes really due not less than
$25.777, for Women, rave a very interesting and ten day before such primary election is held, and
0. C. Parker, from Tallahassee, $23,.- instructive lecture at the Leon Hotel who hall, whn challenge b any elector. pledge
in writing upon oath before an inspector his honor
492, parlor Tuesday night to a large an ap- to abide by and support the result t of such primary
After a few minor changes were sug- preciative audience. and vote for the nominees thereof.
Each elector In said county, ualifled to vote in
gupted by H. J. Klutho the architect, His subject was "King Lear," which ,h e.etroimar elections hal ave the right o
by which the bid could bea bit reduced, Dr Tucker considers one of the great- vote or one candidate for State Senator, two can-
the bid of 0. C. Parker, of Tallahassee, ent of the Shakespeare tragedies was finally accepted as being the low- Dr. Tucker is a very graceful and flu- one candidate for county aseworor taxes.
eat bidder, and it was ordered that the ent speake and handled his subject in t a ,tne for county treasurer. five candidates for
architect draw up the contracts for masterful way, showing perfect fainili- .courty coTmm.,isineri. three candidates for mem-
signature for $22,( 0. Mostof the bids arity not only with the subject of his Iira.t, thebard of public n.truction, onecandi-
dlate for supervisor of reviit ra ion of electors, one
came within the appropriation, $21,0)0. lecture, but with the world of English candidate for ju.ticetoftn- itpeace in each os the
for which the architect is to be con- letters. following justice of the pewce district in caid
gratulated. We are sorry that space does not al-1 cnhe'i-r ,co,.t3bl ,, e.,h of dth1e fllowin
Those present at the opening of the low of our reproducing Dr. 1ucke-r en- justice oft the pinedistru-t. in said county, to-
bids were the governor, J N C Stock. tire lecture, as we could not do him jus-. wi: No... :t, , 1o iand 12.
ton, A. C. Croom, Comptroller, andti tit' by merely giving a few extracts. ,,l t hprimaryeon ectiine bail his nam rina tef
Samuel Pasco, Jr. All who failed to hear him rmismed a rare any county nice and,of the [LA.imlature-.
--,;, .- - -,- treat. hall file with the secretary of thiA corr.mitteee on
Servicesa t jlail. --J- .--- --- k.r ,,r ltcfore the 26th day of, April. A. It. IWI!, him
,A Dlightfl Afr. -ret of .candilacy antid aPilation to have hut
Mrs. R. H, Gamblie wishes to return A Delightful Affair. namo printld. upuli a hlrnk to Im firnishoij hy
thanks to those who responded no liber- Mrs. Gv;orgo (rienhow n lovely hlm'ie i.. isaul Mi-re-tary. ail min.(-,i.urtiio-l by an amounurit
silly to her request for contributing to was lith' s(c'iee Tuet v'o*,rii preiitl flli the lott*c i f,r whi(h he i ln a t-
the Easter breakfast at the. j.I il., ver pi'tlty ,tt lfair- a Japl ne'se' tl. ', ill,..atin th.e o ,y ur. h fI rlh nliidte. .hail
Dr. Carter held a s, I 1 '* t r tler' lit 'i 'l house wi14 elecidedly Orirnital ia i ,e ipUoln o .r c .u it, .r retturnied, it iprnteii
9:30 on Easter morning, i ft r whit-i |'lpe-trtric, .Jllpaneri e falls, scrollss and u1-n. anyy e-h 1..ll.i, ui.', ',hs. iroviF., ..hail
hav<. l-'.-n -rom lititl with. Sk M . books, papers ndil lE.tit r cards were l nIts'olm ',iril g in evidence everywhere. Ir,,l,..,i.ia illear th l- .llli i .iy ,r, April, A. K).
distributed, The follow, g ladies were "1 was served by little. Ge.orge. ifen- aoi,. fur,.lsh i, each n)eu M e,..r, lI aid
present: Mrs. T. 13. Byrd, Mi s Annie dlerson and iEvolyn Whittield, in Japan- (,-irity a list If all h.' iiaiiii, which have been
Damon, Mrs. t. 11. Garmibl,. Mrs ere ctrtumes. rhv.ailK inall trimithl-ct 4,irhaIN, .c. in.
Gamble rei-quests that contrite utiois of Mr. George (;re''nhow, as Ji .Ja|llinV' bll,t Jpr-iar.i arti usl in ac-.o,rdian e with th.-
ni'againes eand paltiirs, for thit Ul f mvic ihiasn, delighted the guilest with hi" .' p,li...n,,of the State hel.cfinI, l#w. and hiatll it.
the priwoners bet lhft at her retsi(l ,( *, wonderful featn of magic performed ,,.ririt.', aia ,,itrib iitcan ,rit.r tht dire-t;,.i ,,
290 fLnast Clintion ttr'otI. I' dolr a large Japainesl e umbrella 1 print.l., lirt'., lttr the inr f the t .iidii ttei
..... -. ... .. .. M list's lI endrick on r and (Chittenden i'r iatid Na ormal s. th.e riame. of nil
Don't Put Off "' i Mesr'- Fred K eItt le and Arthur 1*1cfalIdl:t, ,rI' thi ,utSil-. ,reentallve..
for tomorrow what 1 1 I :y anl tllyu an ttit h l'fve mrnt'h iiclplieure toy thtir thlr.l. flh iit i i i ,a f ni l ra, alitlltt.o lor coiriny .h-
for tomorrow what you ,n o oi.-. ,. x 'i, .,, .li4, i did l4- B O Mis. W hit- .s ...,, ,..,. mtWii, ti h..h nani ....f Ialia .liI dat.-.
l1 you aut off buying a bottle of f ti.. I ir i ut r N>urnv tax *:icll a, ithel i t in niiii..i a
r I now ntth .n o t i h I II t t -... ll ing of ii ,Ji|)HIMnese- 1 poe.fin, i tar -., fur. a i t,.'Siite. ninI t ,i-
Iatrd's Snow Liniment, when that paiinpa p ,i. forc tv treaiirer. .ixth. h ,. e ani
comes you won't have any; buy it oit- LK1TElt TO ARSHAL LANGSTON, ,,'," ,,,",,.i ,,'lloir, ,,n-:.,.,,,,., 'o. ,o.- i
tie today. A positive cure tfor Itheu- Tallahase, Fla. i.,iv '-,untvy omrmi.iur 'nlrt..... vnith.
triatism, Burn.t, ('utl, Spraiins. ( oil- ti ra Tallahassee, l a.i l. a"i ""i file in i i l r t : t, ,.h
tractedl Mui lsctl, ec. T. (Grahamni, lD r Sir ThI truistt'tS of Fair hiounrl if inthllr iri.llrnin an the -'ilur nuniei-.
*B l tIir ( 8 i,| . i \ 0 u . ,.1 .1 rcalordlr of ihe lietruti v .,f i.ucl, 1u h il.
Prairie G(rove, Aik., wl riti: wlhh *illl, ( l -kil. N v tir Lo, I ,, i.r theh nmliti-.of all candmit.itn.t i frUt -,,r
to (think you tor tie' good rie,ults I rf- lie yv l. FInl( -i illit nll-l, Fl' i Ti' "' '. if registration. 1 .1 1 ,r,. imli th, e i o. r k ..,f ili
'4 itd ( I floin StiOW l.ininli 't l, I it j i-8 i ,, r il W (otllit, 1. l , ot l i ,i. l l s ,,i,:ril al .e n t r J Is.- i ,f thepacve ini .- ii.i wi ar
raiduitw inhitafk' 1-ill'u mlit os t ir ic ti--cal *"ilo't -or (f itit- re-sp-- I Iva. )lint.tWev..'-.I on1
tively cur d ni p ol' R h Uinitlillm iftcr lce i it il tk l. i'iiii.' ln 0 ti iit ,n.ittt'i.,,ri. ,,nt i.. th. h. iarm ,f ail car.i-,.
athlii had failed. lor sa i \iy 11l paint tto covei r the, huildting4,s ,lant.e for, or st.,,ial it ,the re'yular nunmri o,aii...i,-i
lurggiiMig t s Ut it 1 l I l. l "4igI iIti L t it a l J ii.1 f i l.- peacece liti .t- ,aril Ih.-
i ook I1r lrini ir ..i..f ihi gr' i If ar lahl 1i 1a l: 1 i-11.lilt'. (Il
Th-, lvaiii.a I-turniture 'tr r. tr- ir. e i .4tvdl tl.I m ;- ~:. ;,, if i ii t noit'1ri '.. r:il all1,,i ,al at ,ll,, til the l ith
,bl'ot1 H. I, ill t ir' % M r. tdi M rs. A i G insl.erg l t ii 0ti te r iii t i' c,4,t I %.(i hi- t r r' I ir'tf a 'I lr. a di M r Ai as m ( hr. I l n 1 i I S : I'L I Ii l ea it s t ail. ,l it(,Il. in, t ,a t..i ,,,ni ii,.i, ,i
Monday for l i wetik's vimit lit 'Talli t I r. u h ti jor y v: f,-r rach -co ,ir) ,11 ,, .,,l ii.
see, tho roilimlEr ituim paini y grounlds of :t ilI iioIn ll I r,n il li ,,.. a* ;I -1. 1% u'h, Is.. v a r(I ni t .mo t,~ t ,lllhi. ,. i, i
M r. (G i,ti )tile- ., It'1 I '(,lo ti tI to i, he ,I- ll' ( il" ,,, i thi r, twoth. a.t..i ,
feet thalit M r I;i nlner-i w is not thilr- l i- -l iof Ililtl il it i totn to t.,,harri n -f the Stat e :tecutii-. i .,1n ,.
'lltUe l ly fiili lllia r t ilh ,1i, 1;i'liii. i llill d ..l l ,11 i i i' .;,#- % 1 : i., :4 (;, ,4l I litilh i4'. r --. I ,1 it#I-. o l 4%t, -i ,i.
m O llolll, u, ill tin, r nhlliin M ilMt ',lll, t el yJ i , it, ,,, e 10 n ,al a.; a I ,, c I ( t ..'. t .. I
MOUg h t 11 It ll M i ) 1 ci I I lir, f fi'. ri"i, Iri ( thl' r r it -
in w h ich to rv hv, :,e ;> w l .t .c o nti mlillor ... f ti.... f or i' l, I,,1r ', .. , '"
tlnor highly linllillii i% ll. the, part. lit,,- 'I S (,lrnr- A& I, ,, sal..le our r,. C l ,,,1 ., Pa .t.r-
m unlli t s oIf tli i lin l r ili- v. i e l ir t >. i.;n it ,I, I I".. .. ,II' rhail, I.'- '
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work anii Mi SShl i'kl-'fmiIt rii ul l l iin-
istructive p ptl r on lit "li sti'y '' l-.
fresihrntltm wart, i. ivid til ii l itI'e's Int
hul Ma gKod tiiWil'.
Sick headulahev re',ults tfirn ;in rntg -
nilnt of the stoi>ach hsi i ll i il ,, li by
Chiutmbh rlain'. S.teloiimU i o.ihl I.\ i a'i l i
It, . llhi by ) iall li i listm. *
Go to the Constalitint" llouim 1 inl 1I>he
perfectly salal ieti. VWe te siuii,' tit
pl *ase yuu. W. I mrit-kwiil iA the
ev"r pl'asiunt i:n1; &,i .*
'he I.el.ding I ruiiturl .- oii bett's.
Constantine iHoune? Yes that's the
place to get good service and be treated
in a first clase mani'er
We are always glad to ,uxtenil the'
welconie hanId to our country iriendw,
and we like to have you give' U a call
when in town. Constantiner, Hiouie.
For Sale.
I have two horses. Will sell either or
both oz them cheap for cash, or half
down ith security. Apply to
Wu. N. TrAVoR,
S 8-t Tallahaasee, Fla.
S P PFrAh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
DaMon. 'Phone No. 19K. 8-tf

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W. C. T. U. Oratorical Contest.
The Irittorical coint-st for nod'lhll ti,
I', given lby the W I' 'T. I. will lIo
theld ill th, llitpt ist church o-n Friday
Ivtltintl nt 'eilht o'cliH'k 'The. pr'igHtm
Sill I,.a n follow. :
Il'yrm by covngrvKition, "S*'d
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and take a look at our conveyances and
',' i will readily see the advantage of
hirinr teams from us. If you're not
a''rustotimed to much driving, no doul t
.,'ir t riiecs wi!l 'trikOe you a.i beink
s il. D no harm to ask them an -
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I carryy th* ('",*.*' l livery in

S* '.. ;.;y. :; n Tallaha.ssee.
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4Ivs a*' nd Any one look-
*.,'I -n'n e before. purch&etine relsewhere.
iiet nt 1. ;I r, tet, ev for viourself &and be con-
S. Nunmber of johonfl! ao..

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i'rv.'inct I' r .t,.hn -alfonrl '. Hisrhtower. J.
Nio. The Mother's Rival. i; ( hairea. I. P i t...r-r. r K. 'Chairs. C'!rrh.
Not 3 The Two Armies. I'rociact If J. T st-ckland. K. Hia ard. Ar-
Duel, "if I Were a Voice." th ir Wor, Ins--'5.. T RI" tNt. Cin-k..
lo. I IVIwtnct 17-4; W. Ail"rmld. J.T. Il.lel i. J. N eat Printing
No. 4 live't to Sfll i eF Allien. itsor-tr.. 'ih Ir Brr an C ri
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No. 6f TDie Ie'a Why Ret iN'5 i1"'1-.5" W No 7 A l.ittlet h.dhSiall l.eadThem r. re st- a guod impression among your
No le A sninginla. Ai,l t fl ,n p i l. t r-T ,. Anth im by Choir. t, n as Teacher min tIh Lt Gra il"it alh t i,.ii-Ili pirsrige.
Antem y a -n k shal, at Tallaha".'-o. f.r the term of la) h ltl-t- pge.
Judre I- Prof. Williams, Miss l.ll:I Uiwil tI the s .t imth e r.*. e t Perkim tn..n ,re
Lewis, Mrs. Rugely. *of theTU'et-it ( thi a tSlibo. Tan d ..*a' lKAy PUlVTirIl AT RA8 OA811AL. r, ..IPoi.
Medal to presented by Hon. R. H. Ait o OAn.OLLIN JOB OFFI E.or
Burr. -4t ClrmOLLINS' JOB OFFI
Everybody is invited.- No charges; -- ; v
no collictton. 1. 1 Cal! onF, M, Bre y s, t..t 0,W a, lothim
P -- a. I ----- -,t low titkSlI1 ill*
A nice PBmnd.hand Parlor Suit can b e y ouw l w l-
had from Brumby very low. See it -t 2-9f9 hobold epfil-t

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In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering

Special Bargains.

If you de.s re bargains in all kinds

of Furniture and House Furnishing

G -)J i. '.'.'.! p y you to call and look

over our stoIk of goods before mak-

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Yo wmiI si vthe difference between Credit and Cash value unless you

u Will Never KnOW Investigate our offerings and COMPARETHE DIFFERENCE.
Try t. -

White Lawns, 40 in wide, at..- 10, 12j, 15, and 20c.
White Check Dimity, at ----------10, 121 and 15c.
Persian Lawn in White, Nice Shere quality, at.. --

---....----...------........-..---. 10, 15, 25, and 35c
White Piques, at-------.--- --10, 136, 15, 20, 25c.

Mercerized Waistings, -------at 20, 25, and 35c. Ladies Neckwear, don't fail to inspec
White Linen, at.---------.---. 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Mosquito Canopies. .---.-$1.00, $1.5(
Kabo Corsets have no Brass Eyelets, ..-$1 each. Colored Lawns in a great variety

Ginghams, ;Chambrays, Percals and Oxfords. FOR MEN.
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Parasols, a fine lot.



ct these values.

), $2.00, $3.00.

of Patterns.


LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ellis-Taylor Weddlag.n
The marriage of Miss Serena Haile
Governor Broward was in Jackson- Taylor to Mr. William Hull Ellis, At-
ville Wednesday. torn ;y-General of Florida, occurred at
Mr. S. G. Culpepper, of White 12 o'clock at the family residence oa.
Springs, registered at the Leon Hotel Clinton street, Tuesday.
Wednesday. Violet was the color most prominent
Bobinet Mosquito Canopies, very in the decorations. The drawing-room,
cheap, at R.J.Evan' 7-t rywhere the ceremony took place was
cheap, at R. J. Evans darkened and violet shaded candelabra
Several Tallahasseeans went to Quin- lighted making a most satisfying and
cy Monday to attend an amateur mnin harmonious effect. A wedding bell
strel performance. composed of double white violets was
We are pleased t) acknowledge the suspended above the altar. Bamboo.
receipt or a invitation to tne mar; i ige Dichesse roses, smiiax, white roses.
of Miss Bessie Mulford S.ixon to Dr. sweet peas, violet blooms and ferns
Charles M. Au.lev, which takes place were used extensively in the beautiful
at twelve o'clock on Wednesday. April decorations.
26th, at Trinity Methodist church Mendplsvohi's wedding march was
Gem Mosquito Canopies, to fasten to played by Miss Madeline Ke'pp, pianist,
Bedstead, at R. J. Evans'. 7-tf. andf Mr. 1'urner, violinist.
Misi Mary Whitfield gave anEaster The ceremony was performed by Dr.
egg hunt wednesday afternoon fromS.L. McCarty of the Episcopal Church.
four to six, to the young members ot. Miss Seommes, of Maryland, was maid
her music class. About forty children of honor, Mrs Thomas Metz, of Dela-
were present and enjoyed a most d&- ware, matron of honor, and Mr. Walter
lightful afternoon. Refreshments were K. Haile best man Mr. Geo. P. Glenn
served after the egg hunt. and Miss Sarah Raney were attendants.
The bride belongs to one of our first
The Democrat is back in its old quar- families, being the only daughter of
ters, two stories high this time, and it Jud re RI Fenwick Taylor. and is a most
is one of the model print shops of the att acti-e young woman, combining
State, planned expressly for the pur- e tuty and grace of person with many
pose. All the facilities and aptur.efC- i .Iirhble qualities of mind and heart.
ances of a big, up-to-date printing; es- IM. Ellis. is well known, having at-
tablishment are here, and lic.ted as it tainted marked success in the legal pro-
is in one of the star towns in Flo'ida, feiion before entering upon the im por-
it has, in all human probability, a long t; n duties of the office he now holds.
and prosperous future. All nice people Mr and Mrs. Ellis left Tuesday af-
of both sexes are uiaV.ied to call and ,n- trnoon on their wedding trip. They
spect the new quarters of the Demo- will visit Quebec and other northern
crat.-Live Oak Democrat points.
Thne following out-of-town guests 'v.- ',* ee Collins if you want Job Printing.
here to witness the Tavlor-Elli wea.- . -
ding Wednesday: Mrs. "Juiia Elli, ,,r The Original.

QUlncy, Umothller oi tle groIo 'III. irt
Lllis, his daughter: Mrs. Evelyn C'
Maxwell, of Pensaolka; Mrs. Itudl,,
Misses Josie. E'iza;eth .,nd Kate B'idd
of Monticello; Mrs R tD. HU{ile adH
YMrs. Wallac -. o ( Gtin-.sviile; Dr. (i;,,.
W. L mnar, Dr. a.d Mrs. M. F Burg-
hardt, Dr. andl F Phillips. of
Qiinry; Mr- T'i'.olitis Metz, of Wil-
minton,. Del ; ex-(,Governor JenninLrs,
Mr. W K. Ii',k-, nl Mr.i. Screven )o-
zier, of Jacksonvil'c; Mrs. 'ogswell. of
| Madison.

Fl-yv & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey ar:d Tar aw a throat and lunLr
r mwidv, an, on acc'oun;t of the rrcat
m -rit rd popularity of Fol,,v's Honey
ai 1 T in- myn imi'ation- aite o' rffrd for
t ,it'h. )in r h Th v.e- rthle'ss imita-
tion ",. "; ,; 'r ,oiil i'L' iunrnlo'. lB e-
waire of 'h-m. The Vjen'iiiu Filev'-
Honv' an' T'r r is in a yellow p .kckave'.
Ask for it' nql r,.fi i- a'y il-i. itute
It is th I,'--t re'nidv. f ;r c,,tu.h-s a, I
colds S ,ld bv :aill daie'-

aster Services. LamarK On the Gulf.
The Methodist choir rendered a very Special Train Service via Georgia, Flor-
beautiful and effective musical program, ida & Alabama Railway.
one of the best of the many good ones Opening the season, beginning Satur-
heard there recently. The church was day, April 21st, 1906, and continuing
elaborately decorated with ferns, palms thereafter until further notice, trains
and roses, and the sermon, by Rev W. will be operated through to Lanark Inn,
M. Poage. was excellent. Sopchorpy (for Panacei p ngs) every
The following program was rendered saturday and Sunday nignt, reurning
at the morning service: Monday morning Round trip tickets
Organ voluntary. at low rates on sale for these trains.
Anthem, "Christ Has Ri.en." Train leaves Tallahassee 8.55 p. m.;
Hymn. arrives Sopchopp 9 51 p. m.; Lanark
Apostle's Creed. Inn, 10.18 p. m. Returning, Sunday or
Invocation. Monday morning, leaves Lanark Inn at
Anthem, "Hosanna, the Lord Has 5 11 a. m.; Sepchoppy. 5 37 a. m.; ar-
Risen." rives Ta'lahassee 6.30 a. m.
Scripture reading. Rate from Tallahassee Saturday to
Gloria Patri. Monday limit. $1.15 fur round trip to
Anthem, "O. Glorious Easter Day. Lanark.
Sermon, by W. M. Poage. Subject, Send your family down and spend
"The living hope based on the resur- Sunday with them and be back to bumsi.
reaction of Christ. -1 Peter, 1. 3-5. ness in time.
The following program was observed ('all on agent or write to -
at the night services: F. P. WOO)WA.D,
Anthem, "Tell the News "Tallahassee. Fla.
Hymn. It A. McTYE,. ; A.
Anthem, They Chime in Silver Bainbridge, G;a.
Notes." i .
Mr. J. D. Bush preached. Mr. John Denham. of Pensacola,
Doxology. spent several days in Tallahassee this
Those who attended services at the week.
Episcopal church werewell pleased with After an absence for several days
the musical program rendered by the Dr. B. Jordan is among his many Tal-
regular choir, assisted by the excellent lahassee friends again for awhile
voicesof Prof Murphree and Miss Hen- The Leading Furniture Stre or-
drickson. The Leading Furniture Store ( or-
Rev. Frank Cramer preached a very lett's.
able sermon Sunday morning at First Judge It. Don MvLeod. of Crawford-
Baptist Church from the subject. "The ville, was in the city this week
Empty Grave" An exercise entitled Hon. Thomas F West. of Milton, was
"Easter Gladness was rendered Sunday in the city yesterday
evening by the members of the B. Y. I i we. se empathize with N. I Walker in
U. This was a very enjoyable exercise' his loss'lv fire of his rcside'nce near
creating an atmosphere of Easter ('rawfordville.
brightness among the hearers and show- H. W,,rt Tr rnim ll will (,,li%,r
ine the earnest and thorough trainin- th'). lr-,.sat he' mniria.l wlDy .xivr-
the young people are receiving throu n thr i.-u. ,t riul lhy ixr-
th.'ir leader, Mrs Cramer. ci-' n Tat lilel

For Rent.
A comfort tb'e t-rioin cotuiar". w,\ti
kitchen and hath room. within : ;, k.
,f ,Le n H ,etel. ,.t,. lf;.t > e .r I in ei 'i.
A ,i',ly to
t-tfe eh 1\v 'Kt ( MIiln '
See John ', lin- f, r .I. ,I '-riilt .

ThI ci'' eirs of t he' eiff, t inn 1(1urceli'
tno I tli oe ~'nte'ri'steel in tit,-e-xe'rq-ist-s to
1w- he'lo t ld &' OCemt' CV7 ii nMw''mriial
.0 lt the i He j ict fit,'MfNrs 1? II (;miblele
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Lyceum Attracttle.
Ralph Bingham, known for many
years as the "Boy Orator," will appear
at the Opera House Thursday, April
Mr. Bingham is a violinist of much
ability, a clever monologist and a de-
lighttul humorist. He has entertained
with unparalled success, audiences in
all the large cities of the United States
and Canada.
His flashes of wit, touches of pathos
and strains of soul-stirring music make
him perfectly irresistible.
Everywhere he goes he receives words
of praise from the press, pulpit and

Here's the latest from Panacea:
Jolly Jule Solomon and Mr. M. M. Bras-
well were spending a few days there
last week. Each one prided himself
upon being an expert fisherman-nay,
the latter even boasted of his great suc-
cess in the gentle art of angling A
fishing trip was planned, the two above
named gentlemen waited and watched
patiently for the least wee nibble from
the finny tribe, but none came. And
now behold, the charming landlady,
Mrs. Morgan, appears upon the scene
and in a very short time has pulled in
quite a number of Spanish mackerel.
Now I wonder what the expert fisher-
man has to say. But then Jule tells
one yarn and Braswell another, so who
Gilman J. Winthrop, who will gradu-
ate from John Hopkins Medical College
in June. while in New York this week
entered into a competitive examination
for a position in a New York hospital.
In quite a large class he stood first, and
was awarded a position interim in Gouv-
enier Hospital, New York city, which
was verygratifviin news to his parents
and his many Tallahassee friends.
In this issue will he found two new
announcements: Mr. Wm J Johnson
for county commissioner, and Mr. W.
F B inks for lRe.presentative to the
lezi.islatuire. R amd all the announce-
mfnts over rcarifulyv ind study all men
and nueasures toetrther.

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    thieves Rn'l fir-e. i-nd beside- it is not nll k :ng sr vly hi ,, lut plaie t i' s ,l t ;. .i nihwg -t', .-
    thin'. We' pyV ;3 per cent interest on a ll de pns s f O-ne Dollar ..; ,i ui w.aL;u-. Int re,,t pi tiodl- are.
    first days of April and October
    Ie'low we give a table showin,- hw .'ivin. will a~ r umulatt .n tiv yi ar rcon i,'-.l n 1a ta-
    s's of 313 working days in the ear, at :. per cent imntereht.

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    $360, 821. 19
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    )q. CAS)HIER,

    JOMN 0. COLUJMs, Paslsb.a.

    Says se Will Faithflly Represent
    This Distriet.
    Marianna, Fla., April 16, 1906.
    Mr. John G. Collins, Editor True Dem-
    ocrat Tallahassee, Fla.:
    Dear gir and Friend-Please allow
    me space in your valuable newspaper,
    which is held in such high esteem by
    the people at large, to assure you and
    the public that if I am elected to the
    position to which I now aspire that I
    shall devote every energy toward mer-
    iting the confidence reposed in me and
    toward the development of this entire
    congressional district Your county, as
    wells every other county in the dis-
    trict, will have a special friend that
    will ever be ready to place your de-I
    mands before Congress in the most fa-
    vorable light, and obtain them if it be
    possible to obtain them.
    I a p. opposingg Mr. Lamar because our
    district is far behind what it should be,
    and I see no holmpe for us while Mr. La-
    mar ia in Congress. I consider that he
    is and has been a congressional failure,
    so far as the im provemrnent of his dis-
    trict is concerned, and to continue him
    in Congress means untold loas to the
    Third congreuionaldistrict Ourports,
    rivers and bays are in about the same
    condition, so far as Mr Lamar in con-
    cerned. as they were four years ago
    when he was making such a persistent
    canvas of this district, lie has had
    ample opportunity to have accomplished
    something for this district if he had so
    desired. lie spends mu,,;i of his time
    out of the State and di ,trict, and seems
    to know but very little concerning our
    needs until he wishes another endorse-
    ment. Every one knows that he has
    taken practically no interest in the de-
    mands of the people until after my an-
    nouncement went to the public, and he
    is now having published throughout the
    district letters that hold him out as be-
    ing very active. Now, if I have forced
    him to activity, or to apparent activity,
    he is active only for the purpose of try-
    ing to defeat me in the approaching pri
    mary, and if he should secure the nomi-
    nation you may just expect another
    term of do nothing. Further, if I have
    forced him to activity it plainly indi-
    cates that a busy man could accomplish
    much that the people of this district
    need, and that heretofore he has plainly
    failed to do his duty. He should heb
    here during the adjournments of Con-
    gross ascertaining the requirements of
    this district, and have measures framed
    to present to Congress whenever it
    might next convene, but the greater
    part of his interest appears to be in
    'eorgla, and not with the people and
    -district that elected him.
    There are many reasons why Mr. La-
    mrar should be defeated, and I am do-
    ing all that I can to see that lie does
    not impose his indisposition upon the
    Third congressional district third term.
    We need various appropriations for the
    proper development of this section of
    the State. Other States and other sec-
    tions of this State are getting them,
    and so can we if our claims are put be-
    fore Congress and rightly sought.
    We should put our ports tin a condi-
    tion that we could invite and accommo-
    date our reasonable share of the world's
    commerce. The l'anarna canal will be
    completedd sometimes in the near future,
    and by all means we should never Ie
    this 'golden oploortunity" |luas unirn-
    provedto make 'lorida indi our dist rict
    Toremostof the' Southern States in com-
    mercial activity We owe it to our-
    selves, we owe it to our country, and we
    owe it to posterit. Tl'hen why not put
    Lamar outr as he has failed to properly
    promote the interests of the' district
    that elected him?
    I shall do all that I can to have fre(
    ruial mail routes established through.
    out the district wherever the constitui
    encry may desire them, and, too, at III
    ear est possible moment. I do nii'
    think that it is necessary to delay tw,
    years, aid tlhen try to ntmke it appe r,
    during a political < arpIai n, that every
    thing g.eesibl' is being d one. ''ht ish
    what MNr < routes re a goodi tinig now, they have'
    been so for the' past Iw e years. and the'
    district should have thie ln'IIe'fit ,f then
    I shall do all that I rcan to I tlain ap-
    propriations for the imiiroven' lit of our
    country roads. Much a4 hIeing spent in
    variouM sections of their lUlited States
    for "internal ilmprore'ci.cit t," and is not
    the impr(ovement of ,ur 'country r "internal impro vement. "
    I shall do whatever is fu'r Ithe ,level-
    opment and =mn r lvemient of the Third
    congressional district t hat 'lun le' done.
    ar.d whenever thee' Is no inpi-oement
    that com.en under the hle'.l t lithe possi-
    bility of congre'iionitl imle for this dis-
    trict, I will ever lie. reil.v to exert every-
    enervy te i0urd lmrocuele it.
    I actl) ,sk liK the i' t'le'tl t ( cIngr-'ss
    in the intere-t of the dustrirt. My lifet
    has been spent here .iel all of my in-

    teresta are here, and I wish many im-
    provements for all .cnmerned, and we
    cannot get our interests looked after
    unles we elect someone other than Mr
    Please express to all concerned that
    I am seeking an election in the interest
    of progressive development fur the
    Th;rd congressional district, and if I
    should be honored with the position to
    which I now aspire that I shall endeavor
    to serve the Third Congressional dis-
    trict to their satisfaction, and shall en-
    deavor to give no one reason to regret
    having cast his ballot for me in the pri.
    mary election.
    Thanking you for giving me this space
    and pledge myself to the beat Inter-
    eets of !te iset. itIbeg to be
    Very respectlfully
    Jrramo b. Trmb.

    The Frir a N ews uss.
    Jacksonville, Fla., April 14, 1906.
    To the Editors of I lorida:
    Gentlemen Aremarkable and unusual
    condition now confronts the Democratic
    people of the State, which demands of
    the If lorida Press the utmost wisdom
    and vigilance.
    Actuated by the most vicious and
    dangerous advice which it has ever
    been the misfortune of a Florida Dem-
    ocratic Administration to be directed
    by, the incumbents of official power
    have assumed an attitude of reckless
    disregard to the rights of the people
    and especially of the poorer people of
    a portion of our State, and are obsti-
    nately pursuing a policy which is nut
    only contrary to Law, justice and good
    morals, but is distinctly and emphati-
    cally disastrous to the cest interests of
    the State at large and injudicious to
    the reputation of the Democratic
    party o1 Florida.
    The Board of Trustees of the Inter-
    nal Improvement Fund, composed of
    the Governor, the Comptroller, the
    Treasurer, the Attorney-General and
    the CommiAsioner of Agriculture, act-
    ing (in secret, and without public no-
    tice) under the provisions of an act of
    the last Legislature as a "Hoard of
    Drainage C(ommissioners," have at-
    tempted under the authority of that
    law (which a Florida court ha. declared
    unconstitutional,) to levy ..n unlawfui
    tax upon the property of a portion only
    of the citizens and taxpayers of the
    .State for the purpose of creating a fund
    to be expended by them in a costly arid
    impracticable drainage sncnrie., w which,
    even if successful, would result in only
    a doubtful benefit, and whicn benefit,
    even if real, would enure to the State
    at large, at the expense oul a few and
    not especially to thohe upon whom the
    burden of taxation wan attempted to be
    Alarmed at the practically unanmous
    condemnation bf their action, the Drain-
    age Board, at the last hour "consented"
    to the suspension of the collection of
    thin unjust and iniquitous drainage tax,
    with the evident purposeof relying uponr
    the incoming Legislature to enact anoth-
    er statute free Irom constitutional de.-
    fectH, or to secure from the voters of
    the State the adoption of an amendment
    to the Constitution that is expIected to
    establish, by changirig the lundahmental
    law, the mischieviou. machinery of a
    Drainage lHourd, exempt from Legisla-
    live or popular control, and endowed
    with the identical arbitrary and danger-
    oun power attempted to be conferred by
    an unconstitutional law, to do the very
    acts which are now under the serious
    and indignant condemnation of the
    courts, the i)ress and the people of this
    While the Legislature to anamrnble
    next year will double's be composed (,f
    members fully advised of the dlatigei-
    ous purpimes concealed in said proposed
    legislation, it in by no means certain
    that the mass of Democratic voters
    throughout the State are ai fully in-
    formed concerning thin Drainage scheme
    as they shliould be in order to -'nsure the
    necessary anrid decisive defeat of this
    amendment The voters of every
    county in Florida shoulil b carefully
    and thoroughly informrri d i this impir-
    tant question, indl particularly to the'
    etrect that the proposed aumienirnwit l.,
    intternded to irrevoicably cinfer uplon the
    Drainage HBoard which it pur ma('s tie
    establish the unrestricte'Id anrd (anger-
    o)us power to select ANY gKven region
    ,ir section of the State tas the field lor
    its arbitrary operations, declare such
    lo'inlity a ''l)rainage District" and pro-
    cecd to l.-vy upon any or all of the lanus
    embraeti L terein an acreage (Irainage
    tax (if ten cents per acre ltor the al-
    leged purpose of drainage and reclaman-
    tion, regardlem of the fact whether or
    not such taxed lands ai e legitimately
    .u ije'ct or mumceptible of uch drainage
    and reclamation Nu county o)r com-
    munity will ioe' exempt from nuch dang-
    er. noi land owner will be' ilnnunie, and
    there will be nothing to prevent the
    present or any future Drainavee Hoard
    from using such powers to oppress the
    T'I> asnnemble, reduce to concrete shape
    and sup ply to the press '1IlE FACt S
    anl T ite HIST'()ItY of this drainage
    nie vement from its inception until it rn- -
    ountered the just conidemnatioii which
    has sie e'ifctually checked the opera-
    tions uf the Iaard, i. one .if the pur-
    poses of this llureau with a view to as-
    sIst the press itf the State inll present-
    ing such information to the voters of
    Flori(la. Newspaper men who earnestly
    KIMlI tio lie attained ley unrestricted pub-
    liiity concerniing all public quectioinaS and
    inte're'ists (ine thtli. is the kind of news-
    putelir min we lhe' in Florilha) will
    hidly aMccepti such aid. It is to lie'
    hoped thitt nott a inh fle o to whom it
    I offered will reject.
    Will you kindly sendl your newspaper
    in exchange i t he Hureau. Jackson-
    i ItIe, Flu
    'the Fl 'ride N'.wB Bureau.
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    suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
    disabled her, until six months ago,
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    Kaiiw Ka-L

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    Jeff. D. Ferrell,


    General Repair Shop.
    Horse Shoeing by an ex-
    pert who has had years
    of experience. .

    Iasiei i M. se as- we ** ,m-T-W*. portfoa of thoe pIb
    on t as vIN TO AMLCEDc *Is G"OWL I N G pOtrPG* I *oI lSTIt
    . 1s- 'ieLOSvM. .ond atfacti.on uaa.
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    And Dealers In



    aas e~nIsu DslagreeL. orip amla l***lc04 Out.. T wo h lar as~eam Its.
    The Herald has often seriously dis- "Some weeks ago during the severe Splendid judgment was used by the
    agreed with the Talahassee Democrat winter weather both my wife and my- State Board of I4drtion and the
    and we have often believed and said self contracted severe colds, which Board of Control in the re-election
    that the Democrat was a bitter partisan speedily developed into the worst kind Tuesday of Dr. Andrew Sledd as preo
    upper. However, we desire to say just of Ia grippe, with all its miserable ident of the University of Florida and
    ere that no matter what we have asymptoms," says Mr. J. 8. leston, of of Prof. A. A. Murphree as president
    or believed about the Democrat, we pe Landing, Iowa. "nees and of the Florida Female Collseg. Witl
    consider it a fair and honorable paper. ointsaching, muselesore, headstopped these well known educators at the head M
    Recently a Jasper paper printed an rti- up, eyes an nose running, with alter- of the faculties of thes two great
    cle about the collection of drainage tax nate spells of chills and fever. We be- schools the interests of education in this
    on the East Coast, giving an incident gan using Chamberlain's Cough Rem- State will never be allowed to suffer. ,o
    purporting to have come under the ob- edy aiding the same with a double dose Dr. Sledd has proved to be a man of
    servation of the editor of the paper. of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver fine executive ability, nor is Prof. Mur.4
    The tax collector of Dade county pub- Tablets, and by its liberal use soon phree second in this respect. Under
    listed a statement in the Miami metrop- completely knocked out the grip." Sold their direction the State University and
    olil directly conflicting with the Jasper by a i d .__ the Female College wlll continue a
    story. The Metroolis, while not sup TheSatehealthly growth ever increasing their
    stor .T Meo lwintp- The State drainage commissioners spheres of influence and usefulne0.--St
    porting Governor reward, said it de- have poured oil upon the waters by di- Auguspheres of tinence and seflnessSt
    sired to be fair and for that reason rectinor thoil the tax collectorsof the vario Augustine Record.
    printed the statement of the tax col- counties within the Okeechobee drain- Caught Cold While Hanting a urglar.
    having prev. It also called upon the asper age district to sever the taxes and de- Mr. Wm. Those. Lanorgan, provincial
    having previously reprinted the asprcoltor fer the collection of the special asses- constable at Chapleau, Ontario, says:
    story to reprint the collector's state- ment for drainage purposes until the "*I caught a severe cold while hunting
    ment. So far as nthe Herald has seen final determination of the matter in the a burglar in the fort swamp last fail
    the Demorat opposed to ny one Broward'sf the pa- courts. The only thing wrong about it Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
    pera,e opposed to governor Broward'snhood as it now stands is that the Everglades. edy, I tritd it, and after using two
    and the fairness to reprint he Miami are liable to dry up before the courts small bottles, I was completely cured.
    statement. -Tampa Herald. settle the matter-Tampa Times. This remedy is intended especially for
    Slanks for Sale. coughs and colds. It will loosen and re-
    As& Him. lieve a severe cold in less time than by
    S h Among the blank forms kept in stock any other treatment, and is a favorite
    At the time that we published the at The True Democrat office are the wherever its superior excellence has
    story about the old lady paying her following: become known. For sale by all drug-
    taxes in Dade county we expected a Deed-No. 1. Conforming to thestat- gists. *
    howl and vigorous denial from the ad- ute.
    ministration organs and was, therefore, Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended Mr. George E. Willis, now of Fer-
    very careful to publish the name of our acknowledgment for dower. nandina, spent several days this week
    witness to the transaction, lion. Frank Mortgage-Nos. 1 and 2, as above, visiting his mother, brother and hosts
    Adams. The story is true. Ask our (Ch;tttel Mortgage or Bill of Sale, with of boyhood friends. All were "de-light-
    witness. Jasper News. Not.. ed" to see him, too.
    S- t- --^ -e (-Crop; Mortgage, with Note. Chamberlat's Salve.
    Just Because Turpentine Lease. T hi alve i intended especially for
    your cough is only in the throat and Promissory Note. This salve is intended especially for
    ldoes not trouble you now, don't think We also have a supply of "NO AD- sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chapped
    that it needs no attention. When it has MITTANCE" .sihns. hands, itching piles, chronic sore eyes,
    not had much of a start is the time to Call and see thin. granulated eye lids, old chronic sores,
    check it. The slightest cough easily -- e --- and for diseases of the skin, such
    leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitis and orSale. tter salt heum, ring wormscald
    Consumption. A bottle of Ballard's My farm just outside city on the west. head, herpes, barbers' itch, scabies or
    Hlorehound Syrup will cure that cough. Eighty-five acres good land; good five- itch and eczema. It has met with un-
    The, price uts it within reach of all. room residence; plank and wire fenc- paralleled success in the treatment of
    Sold by all Druggists. in.; city water; telephone; good barn. these diseases. Price 25 cents per box.
    i du b ry IL. llr ii a dy ii U t


    Sl* The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board! H
    j0 __


    Between the post-office and the capi-
    tal, a pair of gold glasses Finder will
    leave same at this office and be suita-
    . bly rewarded. 6-2t
    Good Cows
    For sale! Two high-grade Jersey Cows,
    at a bargain if sold soon. Apply at
    this office.
    Registration Books Open.
    Notice is hereby given 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 Plague.
    There is grave danger from the
    plague of Coughs and Colds that are so
    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 God-
    send to people living in climates where
    Coughs and colds prevail. I find it
    quickly ends them. It prevents Pneu-
    S 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 (). Guaranteed by
    all druggists. Trial bottle free.
    Among the visitors to the city this
    week was Mr. William Hocker. a ris-
    ing young lawyer of Ocala.
    Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
    "Several yedrs since my lungs were
    so badly affected that 0 had many
    hemorrhages," writes A M. Ake. of
    Wood. Ind. "I took treatment with
    several physicians without any benefit.
    I then started to take Foley's Honf.y
    and Tar, and my lungs are now as sound
    as a bullet I recommend it in advanced
    stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey
    and Tar stops the cough and heals the
    lungs, and presents serious results from
    a cold Refuse substitutes. Sold ball
    dealers .

    M.rR.hRoss.Guardn. I MANY FRIENIS. $1 0
    March 12. 1' R)..-3-4ow To the Demworatic Voters of Leon Cunty: R ates $1.0
    I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-
    ""*0fTI- nomination to the office of School ('iommi..,oni
    ro tcal Annouieo usits. fr the Firs.rt Iirict ofr l.In county .. ilij,.ct ,
    u the action of the Ieemiciatic Primary, to he hle la B Oard
    [Announcernts jiUl be published under this May l, I [%.4 'l B a
    heal until after the PiinMar Elections at &,. Very respectfully. JOHN H. PATTE:R8 .S,
    in advan,'. f,.r the full time.
    S.. -- ..e..For Tax Assessor.
    To thePeple of Leon Countuy: Tallahassee. F.s. Feb. 2th. i;. L S T RI C K
    ,, t .t To the Democratic Voters of L)on County: L S I w
    I hereby announce my candidacy for the position I realwetfully announce my candidacy for re-
    of State Senator from the Eighth Senatorial Dis- niomaiation to the niflce of Assepsor o(f Taxes, fo-
    trict. To you I submit the question of my qualif- Leon county, subject to the Democratic Primary.
    cations to represent you in that capacity. thank you very m h. and will very i ratieu
    If nominated by the Democratic primary, and prt1iate a re-election at your hands.
    elected. I shall devote my best efforts to your serv- WI.LLIAM A J H .H O R T O N
    ice, and your interests and welfare shall be my
    s)le conid.-ratiun. oFT Tax Collector.
    ie~ pectfully. Tallahasee. Fla. Febh 20th, I39 ONE DOOR EAST OF W. U.
    JOHN W. HENDERSON. To, the Democratic Voters of leon County: TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
    For Mese oef epreetatlves. I hereby respectfully announce that I will tle n
    T candidate for re.nomrnation for the office of Tai
    To the Democratic Voters of eon County: C'ollector of Leon county, subject to the act -"on -f iIM
    We hereby announce gilbert t Hartfieldk asacan. the Democratic Primary. 9 1in 1n, a lu m i ng
    didlate fr the Houe of Re|presentatives, subject I thank all my friends for their past favors ann
    to the a't ion of the Democratic Primary, many k ndnesses, and a continuance of tho-..
    VN, P)% pi.t. favor-..anal kindnesses will lie greatly alipreciat_|
    Se t Yours. very reia ectfully. W. A DI)Mi i.%I Sheet-M etal W ork
    To the \',rer< of l Am ( nointy
    I hereb,, annoui-e ni). 'lf as a candidate for Tallahaswe,. Via.. March ;. l:t;
    member of the i.unoe of Repreventati-e" from To the Demicratic Voter, of leon ('ounty):
    IA4)n county in the next General Astembly. utb- I resMpectfully announce that I am a nilndidlati
    ject to, th acrton of:' the I'ernvratic Prinmary. for the office of Tax ('ollector of IAeon county. sti4b-
    .s-iwe.ctffil,'. A S WI.Iet,. 'j.ct to the action of th' Imin,-rat.c Pnimar) ** 'ec-
    Stion, and respectfully woliclt the support ,f a-,''ci
    We. the Denioratic voter, of Lform county. ,d citien (f &nmn count, All work in th lin t of
    herehy annun',. W. N. Keith as a candidate for W. l'In,
    Memli.i of the H,'.u. of epres-entatives. subjectt iifing, ( ulitte 'rinfg Sj)()Ut-
    to, the a' o f the Democretic Primary. for County Treasarer. 1,1' ,
    MANT Ci 'rir.1N. Ta the Democratic Voter. oif L-eon ('utntitv ing. and Sheet-Metal Work
    To the Democratic Voter" of Ilo)n C-ounty: I hereby announce irn) -.'f ai a can.liarite foi r- .
    Th- many friends of S May Wa'ker announce. election as Treasurer o4f Io mounl)', It,,,..t solicited, anti espeia l cart
    himn a a iandialte f,)r the Houe oif Repiresreta- the act ion of the I mr, ti unar I,. ta n to ia my at-
    tiv.%- in the c'minir primary. thank the ioter.i of la,ror, coint) for t hen II. <.' taken to .4.8- I L..t.-.

    M ANY FtIi:.1,S .
    For the Legislature.
    To the [t ino.v'ataic Voters of Ivon (County:
    I hera-iy announce my candidack for the p1ci-
    tion of Petr.srentative I rom L.,on county in the
    next re.iuon of the ILers'at lre. xnulject to the
    will if the I 'emnoratic voters as the sane may tae
    exiirestw.'l at the poll on the l,.th of May next
    In making the alive announcement I am mind-
    ful of ri', dutie% which devolve upon one occulpy-
    i r tre |iNttiaon to which I aspire. I fully realize
    the' ir i -rtarae of Ihe pi' tlion arid Itlieve that I
    ,if l..on n r till'v
    I n!; 1, 0ti, ni it week to make a ranvassi of
    the~ojity' an I will endeavor t,, s-e as man) of
    the vta'es as possible between this tim* and the
    ianle of the primary.
    I tdesir to say that I belong to no riner, faction,.
    comminatlon-t or c'iue. but am alone tb'f,re you
    seekinr )',ur suffraffe, that should I bie (hasen to
    rer..#e t you I shall not be in any way tram-
    meled. hut shall ie absolutely free to wrve you
    to your bh t interests as citi ens of 1.eon4 county.
    If you feel that I would make you a fraol. active.
    energetic, capable renresentatlve. then I as.k that

    you give me your support.
    Sly I assure you that if you support me your faith
    If you wish any kind of Furniture He shall he well founded, and that any conrdence we-
    ths just added nice new lot and will poAed shall not be disrearded,. but I shall en.
    has jut added a nedeavor, in tho ant of moy election to at all time
    ' pell you at prices so low it will astonish so conduct and demnem myself as to merit your
    you. Also call on him for all kinds of esteem and command your respect.
    general repairing and gun and lock-' Mst erneUtlY casting your so P amn.
    L th work. 2-tf Yoursftrl.W. .
    To the Votre of L s nsty:
    For ROeL Havine gtn apprmeeld ,y number ad trienda.
    Five-room Cottage on Clinton Street. t t p s Ithtmlsao01msa'asa a m
    Apply to Miss J. C Meginnis. mLssloner's Natat I tt! mmeeedl*
    S __ at. I hoave iam n ter dth me, as t
    support l mlt frisada. Wm a member I th e
    beard beMIfore Me p e. WI s "o Lef. emeat.
    U- j 1" eas a COeN.
    so ""OEM m Waft au A 7seO t 01orlI.
    X611111181WIW, KA"J.Jm, n...

    mai nu sprt.
    li n pect fully. .1 1:AI.E P' HuKl ..,
    To the Voters of I^on ( '- rt
    I her,,by iimnour.,%'- n #-,i s.. a carl at,'' f ,r
    rornation for the tfiv,' of '.ii.' o visor of It, v -
    tIration f ll ,on ,a ounI .t il I to the ,'aC tion 1 ,r I.I
    l.r'ii- crati'- Primary I hlii t. the 'I ott'it f I '- ,
    (,.iint) for then ir a t p ip ,..,t Ianld will i'va a 1 ,
    Ir-<'iett the same faMir ,? ti,,. l'rimar) Ms .
    1 It..
    Y'u# re s*i e t fill,. AMi't I. ( AtN, H t
    cogremleomal Anae OacemeBt.
    I nherel announce thtI I an a canliiatn.f f
    ',,g>tr iss in the Th I 'or. *-wt nsriarl lDintiic' II
    thie tMate of IFlormlw ci ij.t "t tihe I"emorlaoiff
    *priiner) that will lie h,'ldl 1. 1i ,;". Aral I shall. if
    elf.wted, w,,rk unrasainv Arni \ite for
    1t. AlIproii-riat ion for th-" ii reir.i'nment of thi
    various b)y.. river aAndl lint iri of its,.
    sional diatna-t.
    2nd. I shall oppose the' reilu'tion of the Soiutl,'
    reprmentatloii in (oAnirie.
    3rd. I shall do a*! that I rari tto have free rural'
    mail delivery established thri-srhout the oin'rict
    4th. I shall endeavor to ha.V- a thoeou ,urh ge|lo-
    , ical survey made in each the benefit of farmers anni all concerned.
    6th. I shall work for the proiser advertiMement
    , of the State and its resources, and encourage the
    ' investment of capital.
    I 6th. I shall work to place Florida on an equal
    fooUng t withe leading States of the Union m
    Seducation andindustries. and the various proere.-
    sire development that will be beneficial to the
    7th. I favor the increase and extension of the
    emiuermeatl anahlp of the United stat upon I
    a eqitable basis withthe varo matie ad
    aof theword, in order t oht tI fime of
    thew Spt y And a rmdy market for temr tt-
    e another products *t paWis rtaesa. sad that
    th maaa ftrwmay find as ettlet fr hie er
    TheA sho e a feoat the11 ma lm that I
    tavWr sed maet to work for fitst-e
    Jauise k.Svlmeu fk ^^k^W-aas

    Suemach sad. LU er Tre le Cg d the Fw ePs andid t o . STATIKI
    Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cutems lAw w sea th m=atGeneral Assemblyr dof under Section a Chap
    *stomach and ihv;r trouble, as it aids P acei. asa do o the Dmocratie i Sho the atoun s
    D o t Risk i tthelver d-sryouWels or wo collected for the eurr
    bbwels Without taking eb M a I wl t faith y. apportynmntofthe u
    Y A like pills and ordinary cathrtl. It B' w F. D Totar h such tax
    Scores indigestion and sack headache and AMbo CeN aNT. Amount paid to April 1st. 190
    7 kl chronic constipatlou. Orino Laxative Rain, .it t taM U 1 0.emocr acy in theB ..............
    "V Ual l eJ/ a Fruit Syrup does not nauseat o or t w malmt s araforty i Ifeel jAti.Relj id nowI ,,;,
    Byla"vn te and is mild and pleasant to take. eVmaitt fBaft ou motherhood of Doeneral RevenuPPORTIONM
    By leaving them fuse substitutes. Sold by all dealers. t ofsteas1Lislatue to be chosen at An't paid to April 1t. 19.
    ] .I the Domeeratie Prinary on May 15. the present ,
    i n your house. For Sale or Rest.r et 4d a th at seo 0... .... ." .
    iYOU rMALY ouseInak Ypowhe rdeeleoa, I klndly ask that you Am.t Paid to April lst. 1906..
    You may lose The Houstoun Home Place, one mile waWh the ttarse lty and expert e from..........a
    them by fire or east of tne city. For particuars, ap therpetieadatforthishonor. It ought Am't aid to April 1st. 106..
    Spl to to2bepurely aq oft dose petency. than lot the n d Ft............ .
    burglary. Pl-tf J. P. S. HOUSTOUN. 'Survit ttst" prvaiL mt paid to April t. 0..
    Safe D eposit Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer Devoe. To the Democrati Votmr of Leon County: Ro'ad andksr .::: "
    ..De osi 1-Havine done my very best to serve you as a Am't paid to April 1st. 19M0
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. member of the Boad of County Commissioner ..... .
    is the best fire or N UNDE t SELTIO.n OF CHAPTER 4888. during the present trm. as a conscientious.and Spe:al School. District No. 1
    LAWS uF FLORIDA. faithful ofical of that Board. at the solicitation Am't paid to April Ist. 190
    burglary insur- To owner. unt nown, aid all others concerned: of a number of friends, I have decided to enter .
    Notice* s hei:eoy gi.en that Walter T. Maire. the Democratic Primary for renomination as Com.n
    dance. Our armor purchaa of tax certintate No. 4. dated June 3rd, missioner from District No. 3. .. ..................
    A. D. IM9. has tiled sa.d certiticate in my office and Thanking one and all for their support, Attest:
    clad safe deposit has male appl.atiun tur tax deed to issue in ac. I am respecfully. JoHN C. Moor.. -lerk Circuit Court, Lean Co,
    cordancA I t law. Sa.d certificate embraces the s l. 1906.
    vaults are fir e toa.uw t, .eacr.bed 'and situated in Leon county. To theDemocratic Voters of Leon County: -
    SFlor:da. to wit: 'ri.e sE of NW & of section 2 I take this method of announcing that I will be
    and bur Iglar p..e. .orihu. range two, con- a candidate beforethe next Democratic Primary i
    an urtagar unming 4u acie., m"rt or less. for the position of County Commissioner for d.l-
    1 x 'OThe said land oeing asaeosed at the date of the trict No, 2. of Leon County. I myself. if
    p roof. issuaicetf u. h certificate in the name of OWNER elected, to work for an economical administration
    Boxes fUNKNWN. Unless usad crtifcate shall b re- of finance of the county. R. u .
    OXeS Or rent deemed according to law, tax deed will issue Respectfully R. G. JOHNSON.
    froritm $2. 50 to theeiono mne 3.tnn day of April, A. D. 194i. ecIt.ul
    from $2. 50 Witreto thot cialsignatureand seal, this, theTo theDemcraticVoters of Leon Cunty:
    $ atyear. i9tn s 'ii'Of.1AC nndhA. 1). ` 0 h Having served two terms as a member of tho-
    $5.00 a year. ,f .,.Hv TT. FiaL.K... Board of County Commissioners for Ion County.
    C7118 C T. dI at the solicitation of a number of friends. I take
    Your inspection Cle k i" rcnit court. [eon mount, lorida. this means to announce that I will be a candidate
    for re-election from district No. 4, subject of course
    invited. NOTICE IOF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. to the action of the Democratic priiary. Thank-
    inviUNDER SEt'.IIoON. UF CHAoPrER 4.-,. ing one and air for their support. Res..ectfully,
    LAWS Or" FLoRIDA. IW.D. STot'iKMtI:. .
    apnAl To Jo<'-tph Thomas. and all others concerned:
    C apitaaa TNotice i her. by given that Wa-h Ransinm pur.- I hereby announce myself candidate for County
    t B k chaser of tax certircates No. 5. dated June 4th. Commissioner from District No. :<.
    Ib;4: No. 1. dated November 4th. 1X96. and No. 1. J. W. COLI.IN.
    B ak dated Aug a.t Jd. 19i. has tiled said certificates in
    my office and has made application for tax deed to To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
    issue in accordance with law. Having striven to serve the people of Ieon
    land situated in Leon county, Florida. to-wit: from a large number of friends I have decided to
    8 acres of la:.d in the sw Lt of so L& of section 7. in run before the coming Primary for re-nomination'
    township o,.. north of rana three east, beginning for County Commissioner, District No. 1.
    at the .w corner of ieo nd run north six chains. Thanking all for support.
    thYOU ence eat fifteen chains, thence south six chains Respectfully. E. C. SMITH.
    Do You Want A Horse rand thence west fifteen chains to the place of be-
    Mu ginning. Sa d land being assessed at the date of for Couaty Comissuloe.r, District No. S.
    the issuance of such certificates In the name of To the De ocratic Voters of Leon County:
    Joseph Thomas. Unless said certificates shall be I respectfully announce that I am a candidate
    redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue for reelection to the olYicof County Commission-
    Ill 0n J a t He hereon on the 3Uth day ot April. A. D. I er for District No. 65, subject to the action of the
    Call O J. D. ,y uc al si Mture and seal, this, the Democratic primary. If re-elected I will work for
    29th day of March, 1906. the best interest of the people of Lemon county.
    uarters for FrSt ClaSS HNRy^CurEnHLKEL Iam respectfully, W. A. RoEGISThr.
    u t NoticTo the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
    Notice. After having quite a number of citizens and
    Stock. Sealed bids will be received up to 10 o'clock a, friends request me to do so, and having thought-
    St k m. May lst. 1916, for the construction of a wooden fully considered the matter, I hereby announce my
    bridge across the Ocklocknee river at the Fair- candidacy as a County Commissioner from County
    If your work is behind do not banks Fey. Plans and a pcifications on file in Commissioner District No. 1. Loon county. subject
    the offieoofthe undoerrinod. The Board reserves to the action of the Democratic primary: and, if
    buy a plug but come to see me I the right tu reject anyand all bids. nominated and elected, promise the citizens of my
    buiHypuENRY T. FELKEL. county to work diligently and actively for the best
    and buy a Horse or Mule that Clerk Board County Commissioners, interestof all things. Asking your support.
    will be worth the money after 6-4w Leon County. Florida. V am, Very respectfully. W
    the rush is over if you should Notice. W.LIAN ROnErTS.
    wish to dispose of it. Sealed bids will be received up to 10 o'clock a. rye, kheo Co*alloaeor Fot District Ne. 3.
    m. May a1st. 1906, for repairs to the Leon county
    Have just unloaded as nice a .ail ans, and specifications on file in the office To My Many Friends in the Democratic Party of
    car load of of the undersigi.ed. The Board reserves the right Leon County:
    ar load of to reject ary and all bids. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for S .
    HENRY T. FELKEL. School Commissioner from District No. 3 of Lem)n
    | l |il Clerk Board County Commissioners, county. Thanking you for your past support, 1
    SV -4w Leon County. Florida. I hope to receive the same in the future.
    Respectfully. DAWSON BoATwmoRHT.
    as was ever shipped to Tallahas- NOTICE. We, the friends of B. F. Pae, hereby announce
    see which I will sell to my friends NO'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PETI- him as a candidrte for School Commissioner for
    tion tosell the real estate, in emotions .7 and District No. 3, and respectfully ask the support ol "IV
    on favorable terms. 34.T. 1. N. E.. 4 and2T. 1 R. 1 E. in all the Democratic voters of on count, subject
    Leon county. belonging to Loresa M. Ross, minor to decision of the Democratic Primary. Mr. Page'4,N S T
    I carry a line of single and her of Newton oss.. deceased, will be present- is well known tobe a faithful worker for the in-
    double harness. edto the county judge f Len county, Florida, n treat of his people and we recommend him for
    doubleharnessthe City o Tallahasse, on the 12th day of April. the place.
    sfe 1r. ^cs a / iu* ii j

    A Cup .f Whiteo oMe or Blue Label
    Hocm and Java Cofee
    is what goes straight to the heart of
    every man at breakfast time, and every
    one knows that only good grocers keep
    good coffee. We take special pri Ie In
    our brands, as they have madd ur
    store famous. Just as good as the cof*.
    fee we sell are teas, which principle
    holds good throughout our entire stack.
    We sell nothing but the best of food
    products-those we have tested our-
    selves, and so can stand by them.
    P M J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.


    ) Per Day.

    $4.50 Per Week.

    .AND, Manager.





    Miss Adele Gerard,

    14) N. Munroe St.


    Plumbing a Specialty.

    Administrator's Sale.
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    ,,i. th, 1' h ,! r ,,f ." 1 i ,'. l'*"
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    Wf.Iilin gifts if they ar, going to
    keo'ip give them something tcom-
    inintg beauty Hndl usefuinet*s. some-
    thing that w 11 keep the giver in mind
    for .vuars to come. You consult ('or-

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    Solid Silver.
    A larir' hlot of ias-i V ', Tal,*I *. re,
    useful land unique artichl' e ',' va.rilI an -
    .,rtment and exquisite, ,h.sign., at E.
    W. Clark's.

    See J. I) C(ay when y,'u wish to buy
    a lice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
    will give you the best at the closest
    prices. 51-tf
    For Salel

    bwtt 'before deciding about that wed- House and lot on corner ofClintonand
    ding present. Boulevard streets,. formerly occupied by
    H. W. Demillv. DimensionA of lot 86x
    Get our hat your tie, your coting170 feet. Apply to J. F. or W. A. De.
    Get our Lhat, r tie, your clothing milly-t
    your shoes, or whateveryou may need "'tf.
    ihat is seasonable f Wight & Burns. When visiting Tallahassee give us a
    They now have on display their new call and see us. We Luarantee satis.
    Spring Stock. Its neat. its clean, its faction. Constantine House.
    well selected. its seasonable and cheap.
    See them Mosquito Canopies of all kinds at IR.
    Subscribe to The True Democrat. J. Evans'. a-tt




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    Wednesday, Mar.

    to 4116. Law of' Moday. the 0th& way Aprl IM ,I aSAA-
    t of taxes ch d iatt the estate d a Mr. H 3tao e,.
    on county. w nldwe will kie peatn to te C
    eat y.r IM, Jd a? Lens qoaty. r l. at hib aea la
    amm to the MeI Tallthessee, at te Court M- at 10'eloeok t
    hav ben leved: thefe m fe r eathbuty to Wme the ftoowlag.
    ......... 4AS.4* dmbl1 ed red aefte bdell i to id estateo. to.
    S....... 1. S5.12 wit: TSh- tee to L a dIMO. P.
    a-- te U we hlln t Mrid Rimtpr to be oh
    ......... U.24.4 for theIbeMat th el tMn of d ntato.
    ENT W. A. D$ILLT. AfeaMt.
    8 7.734.55 Tallahase rFl., Marehl 1i I w.
    ---- $7-.l.ll .11 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
    18.04T.2, 1 Notice is hbereb oiv to all ereiton, legatees
    51.S 3 and distributes of the estate of Harriet R. Stay.
    -- 17.S. nw, deemed, latoe of [Lme omuty. F, riW da,
    1,341.00 all persons having elaimor demands igalast
    37I.00 estate to prweat same, eaord to law within
    -- 70.00 two yeare f roms this date, the day oW Febra.
    s,877.IS ary, A. D. 19K, therwies all mesh elaim wl be
    126.72 foreewbarrld.
    --- 3.7M.4 2.578.18 i Administrator of the estate of Harriet R. SLtaL nr.
    IK s.s12
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    89 ON GUARD.

    Chrch Notices.

    Resolatlos of Sympathy.

    *- - I First Ila ptit Church, Rev. Friink W. Whereas God in his infinite wisdom,--- -----
    sead sadO aBd to Some OnRe 1 l Cramer, Paitir Divine worship will has seen fit to call to her reward, the
    It is a significant fact, at each elec- be conducted by the pa.tor, Rev. Fri.nk wife of our brother. F. M. Phillips, and
    tion that the Railroads connive to run W. Cramer, Lori' l1 iDy, April 22(. in daughter of brother J. D. Cay, and:
    into ofmce men whom they believe will the morning at 11 o'clock aid agimn in Whereas, we bow in humble submis-
    be subservient to their interest. the evening at 7 45. The sermon sub- sion to the will of the Exhalted Ruler
    The following editdoal from the jet for the morning wil be. 'Soul of the Universe, yet we are not un-
    "Florida Advocate," a fearless, inde.- inning. The evening subject "ill mindful of the great loss sustained by
    andent paper published at Wauchula b ', "1 he Pr. ciouniui'm. of t1e ,edemp- the death of this good and noble woman,
    InDeSoto county, puts the peoJle in m ton of the Soul. 'l rle s hot .t it0 and the vacancy that has been left in
    guard in this campaign; a m ('lases for all grdes of sc olars; the lives of our brothers that can never
    g dDITORIAL. a good teacher for each cla-m Juiaor h filled. A devoted daughter, a faith-
    Io it oroe ifthlptist Union at 3 p. in.; .Mrs. Fr. nk wife, a sincere christian She lived a
    Col. T. J Appleyard, editor of the W. Cramer, superinte, ueit. Senior 1, life without reproach, and left behind
    Florida Index, Secretary of the Florida Y. p. U. at 6.45 '. in. y .itr on her an example well worth emulating;
    Press Association. secretary of Florita it most cordially invitvo -:rwaiagers therefore
    tate .Senate secretary-treasurerof the will be especially welcome. Be it resolved b Tallahassee Lodge
    Lake City board of Trade, has an- Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M. No. 937 of the B. P. 0. E., that we ex-
    nounced himself a rAndidate for railroad Poage, Pastor. Services Sunday at 11 tend to our brother F. M. Phillips, our
    ommlly foner.l Apfine tleyurd ti hi< a. m. and 7.30 >. m. Junior Ep- heartfelt sympathy In the death of his
    Jolly fellow fi e lw th em wth ha ntoolworth League, 3.1 p. m. Senior Ep- devoted wife, and to brother J. D. Cay,
    for a good time, but he. has been ti worth League, 4.i( p. ,. All members her father, and that a copy of these
    closely connected with the co rporation requested to attend 'ihe public and resolutions be a read upon the minutes,
    ntoernmson of Flshorida to make va g strangers specially invited to worship and furnished the local papers for public.
    a corporation candidate and that the with us. i 1 ution.
    corporation willfurnish him the thoIhle St. John's Eliscopi.,l a :rro Rev .*o. W. Henderson, R OUG OL oBd
    to Iake tho ami ai% lt )r. W. If ('i.ter, LN toir -ervices: W. It Crawford. | WHOOPING COUGH SOIE THROAT. OARSENi 1
    Am Secretary of th F iorld: l'res. AS- Suday4 anI l ly i) ,y. holy commun- L. M. Lively. LOSS OF VOICLLO ENS THE PHA GN AND EAS
    sociatio Mr. Alipleyar has done much 'on 7 o'1ock m. u ,.y, 1' a. m. Committee. pZUPCTORATION, H ALS THE LUNGS.
    for the Aso4 lat ion and h eloubil,. mienr v uane 7 :1 I' 1 i m ridn o a 8 p. .ipt. Mi-L thL G
    editor in the State' fted iubl" e.d l o 'h a e l' (c,.el). -) rvicM. 5,,daay.., Rheumatism Makes Life M1iserable. Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
    tieon ton him, Vii we' ieer'MIhit t,.h ) 4 p en P'ridays,' 4.30 p. m. A happy home is the mo-t valuable Children a Group and Whooping Cough because
    Advocate cant su rt h. Ii hristi Sicie Services are hel that is within the reh of i contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hre
    tormi-r connect ih1s wit h tihe Flaler in- 'very S inylv at t11 o'clock a. m.. in the niankind, bt you canno t jo ita con- -ont uis mO ndE n. tis pono f n oe-
    terit5 arte,' eicali t,, aretus' timt,'s 51u- ft I ft ".t'cond story.. ift the bIuild- foirts if vtu a'-e suffering frnrn rheuma- tound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapted to infants," well
    spierins, andl thh fet that heo i1d now lj .( e:ist ,it tile )iontdtotc, o This hrtiis tmism. Y, throw aside business, e;res asadultstof every variety of temperament and constitution
    preparing ani adltrt' b' pu, shel, dubl i ts isd d a a( hrixtian Science reading when oeter your honi and v in Read This Remar able Testimonial
    throuuhtiout the Stat~ie it so m4nich iper irmin. anti is open daily -ex)ept Sundays reliev'ed frm tho.e rheurite' pains
    line further .confirm. this sutpitn. betwvenl the hours of W and 12 ol'K1k 41 by ali amberain a MR& 8. W. EVANS, Clearwater. Kas., writes:-"My husband
    Since Mr Alhvard's tfr'.ed rit ire,- a. In All ire cordially invited. IBalm. (n, app lication will give you was sick for heemonthsandthe doctors told me he had quick con-
    ment from key .t, he ha been puh-wrelief and its continued usre for a short sumptio. W rocured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound yru pad
    lishinit ipa. at I t, ('1iv :mai w' ,h, The Richest Nan In the World. tFormale wbill drugi. at permant cure. it u him. e w well ma but we lws keep ottle
    not believe' hielit y ,r1` n'11ie',4te.,n-il Th' rcch,.t miInn in the wrld cannot "rt In the house, and thlik it has no equal for pulmonary dissseas
    able to go into .such it canlp..iiri tn hik est n relacn*d nor live with We might t. wrong. but not. we view EasytoTakeSuretoCure; EveryBottleGue ateed.
    the ralyrag, ('un try c latert l' gila itout thtm, so t i is portant not to neg- the situation ait the present time. we Sv iZm e S .a" S ee0. 0m.OO.
    * rally country, dit,,r%,f h,, ,tle't these. 'rx .,,ns Isf'Fole'"s Kidney are certaRily not in favor of squander- NOW L 1 I CO.9 ST. LOW N _
    romillli re theA li hilhS, ttrh ec a. k in l l C rat's l ure is tInke'n to the first sagn of (tan- ing the State's money in any such wild-' 0
    ,ler, i- Irthe'questilnlger. the %mPitilois will disappear and cat venture as draining the Everglades.
    ',miw' t ir, nin l t noI" ~''N utr heil th l Mlie restored, as it In the. first plac-we areunable to sI"e SQOLD AND 1 1 OiMMENOD BY
    mine fi, tur yuinl: r, A.rki' %it gor ,tt41 su 'n,t*i- iltelb huils up these organs the direct benefit to be derived by the
    mine fr cuntr t r it mr thinr lcs' will. Oscar Bowman, State as a whole after this prodiigious ALL DRUGGISTS.
    jiroibahle that the' c-tr; ,at ions cre' fur- *hon.l, K V., writes: "I have used undertakming has been put through. We
    ' ~hin h LORIDA ADVOCATE. FVley's Kidney Cure and take great are not in a posiition to speak for the
    LO D Aple.a;ure in stating it cured me perma- people living on the borders of the
    Odd Fellows at Pensacola. nNntoo idtney ltle, mwhi cert glc other than to Paythat we
    Iv wt;Ihld have cost me- my life." 8old believe the lowering of this immense
    The Pensacola Journal o f thei 17th by all dealers. swamp will be the direct cause of aJ0E PD UC
    oftPROP -IT OPa THE

    says : .. .
    Paensacola is today entertaining a Governor llrow.-dmiNht have named wrest deal of This mrah we
    dredges: 4 '0n-know from seeing swamp land drained
    representative )odiyof Flh.rida citizens, tVio-e three Fverflde dredge. "D)n. this section of the Stale. The peo-
    In the. delegates to the Randd L.odge, ntt. I Mavo,' " I 0. F., and other members of the Ithown" aowd I"lwolert W Davis "- Pcoure h dno an w r ori
    of course should not be in tavor of this
    order which the sessions of the Grand Mayo Free I' et Iundertaking for the simple reason that I
    Lodge have attracted tothe Deep Water Mrs. Herbert Cassidey will enterta they have thousand upon thousands of
    City of the Gulf, and the Journal on oe afternoon next week at cards in are of ood la, better than the
    behalf of all Penacollans, bids them hunor of her iruest, Mrs. Richard Hop- Everdade., that a snow lytnl (de for
    welcome. The city is honored by their kis. of Live Oak. -Time-Union. 1th. the want of ome m toe w tivate it.
    presence, and eve loyal Pensaeolan There will be a game of base ball ths We have not crowded down to the
    sinel l y hopes that their visit may r- afternoons at *80 o'clock at Canm He- Everlades by any seam yet -Lake *
    uit n great good to the order which deron. between the local team and the Bantler Star.
    they t, as well as pleasure to Hilliardville boys. The proceeds will t----.
    them lves. go to the Woman's Club. Cotaes to Nmt. Ptem No. 8. 4-tt

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