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The weekly true Democrat
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Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
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Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
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June 22, 1906
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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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construction or the good roaws, and, asks lo)tru (of commissioners of Hillsboro; Sec 2 That all laws or parts of laws months early. and you'll have. a ,ont A ,.te. oif thanks wiv ten nyxtnded
the 6ecretry, Mr. White. to aigue in .-yd L Carter. representing the city in conflict with this act be and the name derful influence on the Florida u ,iiav .i the Co(,mnmi- oners of Leon, people
favor of it Mr. White .'tated thtt he ,, G.mnesville. Judge Carter is mem r is hereby repealed. erie, dubbed the Legislature for a out ,f TallhBhasee.l' hotels ir d press for
had written Mr. Palmer that he wias ber-elect to State Legislature from Sec. 3. This act shall take effect im- Delegates will come from every toutun their many, ans n favors to the
not an arguing man He then proceed- Alachua Chas. H. Bliss, mayor of mediately upon :t s approval by the Gov. to see nuch a renowned side show r t.,eit,tion't, during it.- .siulrt ,tay irP the
ed to show why. alone, he filed hisopin- Pensacola, representing qis city. ernor. Secretary White opposed Tallahasee,. city.
ion in Jacksonville as being opposed to J. R Steward reported that Escam- The above was received and adopted but expressed no.furthar opinion Another vote of thanks. waSt extended
using the convicts for this purpose. He bia had fairly good roads. 20 feet wide, and given t,, chairman Dickinson in- S;weches long "ad eloquent were to the otlie -r of the association for
stated that it had a demoralizing flu- 1 inches thick, made of s.nd and clay. structing him to turn it over to the Fla. made in favor of al. tMe eitle in nomi- their efficient service, and especially to
ence upon the people, and that he was They have a 3-mill tax and the convicts legislature., nation, show f ebivd, friendly the honored chairman for his impartial
not an advocate of putting criminals or work the roads. Next was the report from the com-' rivalry. was taken it decisions all through the convention.
paupers against free labor. They have a poor farm;-which iw suc- mittee on Legislation, which. follows.; wasji t1; Tampa, A mo was the made, swonded
A letter was then read from the Na- cessful. To Chairmaqn of State Convention of1 4; T reality being and f that the assanbly adjourd
tioeal Good Roads Association, wishing Mayor" Bliss was then called upon. County Commissioners sad Good Roads n. obses f" lt when they shall meet
the convention success in so laudable an He stated that he came to learn some- Association: -ade a very sen.vt- t,

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

CO. COMMISSIO RS undertaking and glad to see the inter- thing of road building, as that was what At the annual meeting of this conven. EVM CGL aDKS
est manifested in such a good work. he was doing in Eiatmbia, and every ton at Orlando, in 1906 the undersigned
AND GOOD ROADS. Other letters were read from distin- little bit of infortUon helped. He were appointed as a committee to re- PROPOS ON.
gushed men in the State. Attention says that at present sacola has poor port at the annual meeting in 1906, in
was called in one of these to the fact streets, but that he Is fixing them, and the matter of Legislation for good
that the internal improvement funds as soon as the sewrage is completed roads. Your committee construed the Najor *Mwihfn' Letter No. Show.
The Aasecitlai Beld a Very later had been voted for the purpose of good that they will have plenty of vitrified appointment was intended to confine Naer A a Letter Show.
est ng and Pr ltable NMeetln roads and that Gov. Jennings had signed brick roads in the city. it having been their work to state legislation and nag the Dralisa Scheme Up
the bill. This law had not een carried bonded for the purpose of paving, and therefore beg to tubmit the following: for What It is Worth.
Here This WeeL out. This was referred for investiga- when he goes out of office next year FIRST:
The meeting was called to order on tion to the committee on good roads. there won t be a soft road in the city. The state of Florida has done nothing
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock by Hon. A letter was then ready the secre- The fever had been a hindrance to prog- in the matter of building good roads. Jacksonville, Fla., April 28, 1906.
H. W. Long, of Marion county, its dis- tary from Congressman W. B. Lamar. ress, but that is now Aver. The improved roads in the state have To the Editor of the Metropolis:
tinguished chairnma for six years past. He wished the association much success The chair thanked Mayor Bliss for his ben constructed by the Counties. A It would be interesting to astertain
Mr. Long introduced to the assembling doing this grand work for the people talk. od te wo a
Hon. Joseph A. Edmondson, of this city, of Florida. Encloed was a very in- Mr. Dampier, of Alachua, stated that few of the Counties ofthe state real- who was the real author of the act of
as thesalutatory speaker of the vecca treatise on road building, corn- there theyused the county convicts and ed the efficiency of the roads laws 19 authorizing a 5 cents per acre tax
sioen. prehensive of the whole subject. It that the roads were built mainly of of the state and they applied forito drain the lande in this State. The
Mr. Edmondson's address of welcome! showed, using many of the States as sandstone and clay; that the best flint and obtained lecal road laws, and fact that a Representative or Senator in
was eloquent as well as to the point examples, that good roads should be es- rock in the world for road building was the beat roads in the state have, the Legislature introduces a bill in
He showed by comparisons and exam- tablished everywhere. And further found there; that they had 25 miles of been constructed by the effort of the either house is not necessarily evidence
pies wherein it was to the advantage of that, as in a certain county in North rock and clay road averaging $800 per people of romtheobse Counties under the scal that he evolved it from his own con-
a people to have good roads, and ended Carolina where, it was difficult to se-' mile cost, and 16 feet wide. The mil laws. From the object l_ ons present- aclousness. Perhaps a majority of bills
extending this fellow citizens of cure rock roads, from a mixture of clari age for goodroads s 4 cents Their e to these enterprising Counties has introduced in te Legislature are re-IN T.
the State of Florida, in the name of and sand in correct proportion a good poor farm is a success. come the rapid growth of public sent- pared by others than those introducing
Talahassee and herpeople, a most cor road was obtainable. It was stated Mr. Holmes, of Hilsboro, sai30 feet widet n the matter ofad question in Florida them. f the real authat prepared this bi
dial and hearty welcome, that experiments in road-building ma- county is bonded for $400,0(0 for good Your Committee has examined the va-lcan be ascertained am inclined to think
When the applause had subsided the terialwere were being made daily, and with roads. They have 0 mile of goodriou local laws d renpassed btheLegisla-hat he will be found pretty closer the
chairman arose and responded to the flattering success. Oil andembly tar have road, and their poornd macadam the best mate- tur but in view of te conclusion' men engineering the scheme.
welcoming speech. He announced that been tried favorably. Mixtures of rial. Their roads have cost about$, reached byof the Committee it does not HAD NO FAITH IN IT.
although they were n a most hospitable rocks of different composition havletter ob le, but they are 30 feet wide. seem netessary to State ow fu llrther mssoner or to impose the tax. e-there
city and although the Chief Execuin re- proved of advantage, and manyti others next assembl to Ta mpa ave 00, in d ar realt in the matter of local legisation. would t have b a nthatreparelty the
ceived most royally, that the primary were mentioned. in vltrifed 'brick streets. They have :no thnnon of your Committee the b stitutionality, h ntit is clearthatf
object of the assembly and his not for It was voted byers of committees were gued Tampas clam as being the assembly that the remodeled their poor farm until now it period o tria and experiment haspass-constitutional amendment of the
pleasure and entertainment, out or thebusi- absecretand write Mchair Lamar a vote of is a credit to the State. ed, and the time for decisive actioonhis or theybeleved that the Legilatur
consideration of good roads throughout thanks for the interest manifested and He concluded by stating that the main the part of the people of the State has had the power to delegate its taxing
the State. That they were here, in1 theinformation sent and that his letter object of his visit here was to invie arrived. A majority of the people of authority to a Board of Drainage Con-tt
close proximity to then completed, was asbe filed for further information the next assembime to Tampa, en and a- theounties of the State now fllymissioners or to impose the tax, fundamthere
follows: aola and endeavored to show where ds d law of th e with an amendment

H W. Lomon at nd s county. e AFTERNOON SESSIONm ee his town was the bes in the South. proved road t their material d- 't which constitutiferred no greater powerndment o than
and that the next thing to rlando, Orane At 2.45 p. m. the chair was empowerapped for Ocity in motion, the election of officers and ECON: lredy existed?
ness. fill the vacancies during the recess by Mayor Bliss then arose and statedIthvancement largely depends upon this kind simultaneouslyadopted.i atd
A roll was then made out by the c- appointmentder that the main object of his visit was to build i important subject, and they are ready wr xistd in t MARKABL AMEN
retary, which, when completed, was as Adjournment was en illed2 p m invite the convention r Wext time to Pen- committee amount of laborct Withe lawhyan is al andamentalt-
follows:untsacola, and endeavored to show where an m out ventursing into extended argument Evidently the State in the schean amen aldment
H W. Long, Martel, Marion county. AFTERNOON SESSIO: J. W his town was the bof Ma in the Soutf roved roads in orida.which conferred nogreter power ta
H. H. Dickson, Orland, Orange At 2.45 m. the chairman rapped forT On motion, the election of officer and SEON: alCommitteready exist th ed
count A. Register, Woodville, the house to come to order. u sell, roads-four-fifths shell o ne-fifth sand- y recommend roadsthe fwillowist money, andMARKABL A
county. White, Jacksonville, M. Holmes, FranDua The committees had been filled out made a special road 2 mle hav been a a t of this conven
count. Stoutamire, Bloxhamand stood as follows: out venturing into extended argument Evidently those in the scheme realized
E HeaSmthco, Chaires, Lakeon county. Mr. On Good Roads: J. W White A L B Wyatt, of Manatee, reported threalizing that the matter of im roved that the law could not stand the test of
DrJ. A. Anders, amonia, Lakeon Runtysell, E. C. Smith On Legislation that his county has the 3-mill tax forte roads in Florida should be madeupon the work of judicial scrutiny, for they not only se-
county. TwH.H. Dickson, J. R. Steward, W T hat good roads; no bonds road miles of shell paramount issue your Committee here cured the adoption of an amendment
WJame A. Register, Jacksoodville, Leon Weeks. On Poor Farms: A. L. Russell, roads-f cfour-fifnty; that thsshell, one-flfthay and-- by recommend the following resolutions providing for this drainage taxation,
county claM. Holmes, Frank Eet iSaxton 6 miles marl road, 2 miles having been also indicating the views of tisturconvenof Flor ut practically copied it from the law
W. D. Stoutamire, Bloxham, Lesam- Reports on roads and paupers from built this year. tion: ipatself thus engrafting into the consttu-
counth, the various counties were then received They pay $4 per month to each of lot. That it is to the best interest of tion special legislation and rendering it
bia countyho Paisley Lake ounty M well conducted, comfort their paupers. the State that the provisiunty onvicts and self-operative. Except Bts last s
A. L. Russell, Mount Doa, Lake county had sixty mies reported good roads Mr. Weeks of Bradem ford, reported State onvicts be put uon the work of tion it is practically copied word for
county. Two miles of flint rock, twenty of lime that they had no hard roads in that construction of improved public roads word from chapter 5377 of the laws of
James Y. White, Jacksonville, Duval' rock five of phosphate, and the rest of county; that they we re of clay and in the state, aFund that proper legislation a1905, Except in the last section it
cty. road All were ten feet in width were worked by nery. The also in the wisdom of the Legislature of Flor- and overfs absolutely taxable lands wing for thin the-
J.. Stewar, StaPine Barren, Escam- isfactory expeMarion county had an excellent have pine-straw good. All are roads feet ida be promptly passed to this end. oblga atre to do. makthe non ewht
bia count poor farm, well conduct that since the fire that Colwide. John P. Wllams was helping io2nd That the provisions of chapter Board of Drainage Commiio wh ethe r s be
James I ra Sanbornews, Sanfrd's Landrringt, Es- had thus farned their poor farm. their pahad em.5245 of the Laws of Florida be carried bycorrect the se Statethisamendment renders t ob-
cambia county. Mr Dickson another morted fromOr- pers costing them from $1,2Liber to $1500 out and all moneistribuow in the Internal ligaory on their part to tax for drain
G Damier, Hague, Alachua coun- ange that they had four miles of clay annually. was a steamboat Improvement Fnd of the State, and to be afternd to drain all the alluvial, swamp
ty. road and two of marl; theporat several sat- Mr. and kneawrence, of Franklin, stated the money arising fro th sales of land nd overflowed taxable land within t
WFra T Weeks, Starke, Bradford coun- isfactory experiments in road building that they had good soil for roads and after the payment of the legal obliga- concate. It will make no difference what
tynando count. had been made; and that since the e fire that Courned. John P Williams was helpingtion3d.s against said moneysntion appshall be the situation is; whether the lands
Cat. Ira anborn, Sanf Chardires Land- had burned their poor farm they had them. adjournment was taken until thced by the trustees with the State drained are benefited or not; whether
in, Liberty county begun building another. For the coasfortwo apt. Ira Sanborning a, of Liberty county, T ure of the State distributed to the or not there is anydemand for the lands
Jul. H. Solomoawrenc, TallCarrabee, LeoFrank- abe, larger and better built of shell. Stated that he was NESDAY ONING steamboat man, ountie and constitute a fund to be after they are drained; whether or t
lin county. a counThe roads afford much pleasure toe and knew more about rivers and har- ry indevoted exclusively to the building of the effect of such drainage will be to
Frank G. Sexton, BroTampaksville, Her- has built nearly all of her roads in the bor than road, but that when he re-good roads. confiscate these lands. Nothing short
count y last ten years. Since the building of turned he would agf committes. good roads. d That this convention appeals to of another amendment to the onsttu-
JoE. L. Hutchn Gre en s, CTallahaires. Leon the citenmile rock belt good roads has Abin adjournment was taen until the people of the State and the egis- ti could put an end to the work of
count. been a live issue. For the past two Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock nature of the State, and also to the ex- spoliation or relieve thepeoardle from thead
JuH. lius Solomon, Tallahassee, Leon years the roads have been built of shell. WCo DNSDY MORNING Sers of N ecutive authorities of the State to onerous burdens of taxatrio that woldy
county. 'he roads afford much pleasuild twice has couctyadluedarry into effect these resolutions. be imposed upon them. It most be
Julius Ball, Tallahassee, Leon countyn- citizens and so enhance the valueofst. tee ndhouse was called that that the most binding duties of a county to care Under the constitutional amendmo t
B. N. Matches, Tampa, Hillsboro property nearby that it is decidedly aPresident Long who opened it for the W.L. PALMER. position myself but behaue o the
county paTheyg havestment.o poor farm; instead, association ore the ame. Kfor the poor. FULLER a present law, which s
E. chairman Hutchens, Tallahassee. Leon the citizen the of Duval county all real N ACT TOhad een prepare FOR, bythe n.o to. G H. H th DItabSO. fa-simile of the constitutional amend-
count e of the best addresses ize the importance of the heork and Dampier chairman of the Boardplus of J R SWARD high as held cents per acboar to be manda-
H.age Richardson, Tallahas dee ly Le Mron have taken it up, and in the next ten County Commissioners of Alachu The Poor Farms" committee re- tory and not discretiontructing canal le-
ntimpressed his attentive audience. He Leon county that the rebuild twice S tate of Fl orida into such other fund mendd that a commitnef the first and des and reservoir and incident

spoke of the advantages of good roads b free labor, und 1-mill road tax. ani or funds as the County Commissioner in each and ev district t confer all irrigation plantAX The owners ofVIED.
taking Felkel,Tallahasseexpenditures, thatny the ond as it did in the laon of affairs was et. of the various recommend that that the ies of Florida may oeslaturn and diounty to carenare required to pay for this

and announced that his one message able; that a 1-mill tax was entirely in in their judgment d m best ture on gni rods among th ppl work. whether their lands are to be
tv They have no poor farm; instead, association dorse the same.for the poor, and that the prer way s under the present law, here must
aThe chairman of the convention then they have the count kp divided into three IANT ENACTEDO P VD the Legislture and to call mee g for the purpe e of beanfitd or e jurednt a Engraf ed
delivered aone ofver the best addresses everdistricts, a commisunty Honer at the head of payment or transfer of all surplus of poor farms as high as 10 cents per acre. This tax
heard in that hall. ins eloquent onar- each, to give rations to the paultrs. f unds in the "Fine an Forfeiture ds good Their report as wh apte. is provided for to pay the expenses of
guage and weighty observations dee oly' Mr E C. Smith then re poorted for fund of the various Counties in there The committee Lon. Mannd Roads recok will nine ends constructing canals, he
impressed his attentive audience. He Leon county that the ru.ds re wonvirked State of Florida, into such other fund For- get behind thia t a committee ointd to es.rd o Drain nd e Coservininrs cident-

secutive years, {,nd that now, b;i\ng ured (iut by contract for oy $4 per feature fund of said countiess, shall in succeed. Thea a cmmitt., hai spoke of the advantages of good roads o, by free labor, under 1-mill radtax. and or funds acrs theCounty Commisunty ioners in each and everY strict t, cnfer ally irrigation plants. The owners of
taking into consideration expenditures, that the condition of affairs was ,eplor- of the various Counties of Florida may leegoislaturemen a'id d.dtribute litra- thee lands are required to pay for this
and ashounced that his one message able; that a -mill tax pr wentirely in- in theater judgment dem betransferred The ture on god re amon the ipl' work. whether their lands are to be
and recommendation should he to have sufficient to keep up the roads and HE IT ENACTED. by theLegislature and to call mee'igs for th. iurpe',e ,,f bene.fited or injured by it Engrafted
gand roads all ove mr the St te evend toan bridge in the county He stated that f tho uchtate of Florida: promoting enthusifundsa and intr,,.t it in the, cn.titution of the State it be-

that he had rvice of the pube, but lT'hat ind..As tst $2. county- only four romile. At of te several ( ountie of th e State of lMrri, o men like l.,n. Mann t- i k, w l nue onl t.irteen or fourtespen counties
secutvlu-ion he woud tbeg of them tn r- preeni they hav c contract fe clay $4 roads F.or fund of satelid ('unties, s hall in succeed. They r 'o,,l ,formed r ti ct,- ie te r-xnted. to avfor the next atterm
pamember that las t recmmendati n. d. of pne strawcold the uslatter makesnta- the same cretoin of the unty (r 'ntmis- e hey te. et nn;rou lf- .,i> l wh at t nh cst may pmised to mab thter

as their cha rad f irmane, thwast he e the tat go ely on the roads. soners f each and ver y ount cthe g national s or th n xt nting et the Goo Roads Association has
banner of woth roadsw flaunting tiumph- one. The clay road cts about were given mitationer of. And the transfer of aid place were then an oi. r Mr. H. ever known.
antly undeter azuthre askie, marching ever pofr mle and the vein art .vragof $2.16 pine straw, andbouthat funds shall be made of the t r funds f said e t Penscola gave an
announce thatrd tohvictorys wand his accompli i Nht much road buildsement in Lak the lacounty foyer raCunttun ('omminerCmmi oion- half eachandof the tizenrv of Tarrvl t. thge fatructivetalk ongoo disheartened be-was
ment. and never allow ithe pul, butorn and tat in n good roads is 4 mills ersAt oft the several tCounties of the State f Moard of Trade, ad C;ohun. nm. f.,lowed v Secretary Whifurte.counties
cntereu.i to be herwuaggled inf them tut of r he convict they have leased for l 7.12. ofds Florida, shupain the ete thereure d thereof, s aoner. Mr. Smithed, o fo then extended a-
A lettmber thatfrom Mr. last r.cualmmerndat of Jck failun It was soldn and nowi5 of pine the pu- or select b them and benet or advantage in vitation that the i nvnti. n a ... v a dPen.acl 2 pr m. It w accepted
sonviller chairman, wasd before the pergos, easy road, but not a durable to the Couwarrants o drawn byhh them hall b('o e- mble N inat Peins f .acol ,. all wit' Roads Asn iatn has
bantion Asfa gemb er ofs haunting triumph- ,ine. The clay road several newdelegates cashed into said funers. And thor fund o named Hon.tranfer f ad ac were then er lr. I.f 'It w.s r kuew.d and granted that

on legislation he recommends trat the came in: J. H lee. Oviedo. Orange or selected by them. without any treas- Tallahassee as the unvly logical pi;ee. i (ol. i'.lnier, of (range. le placed on
convicts of the Stat" be used i i the <.unty. Jas. M. Holmes, chairman urer's commission therefore, meeting "Have the meeting tw'. the' committee oen lehislation

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THE TRUE DEMOC ATI, S ATO R ALOIT TAKES A AHIAN. WINTER NMIUWROV ElT LANDS the better price the land sharks get 0-10 3I *A3.
JOUM 0. COLLlUs. Propri.r. On the 15th instant Senator Mallory WUD AT 4124 CENTS AN ACRE when they resell? A motion was 'put and "upnitnouly
i tried to secure the adoption of a resolu- Another outrage has come to light, If those gentlemen wish a few pounds carried at the last meeting of the City
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. tion directing the Secretary of Agri- and the people of Florida have again of beef, a little medicine or some mer- Council instructing the Chairman of te
E entered e Second Cila Matter March 31. IB. *at culture to have the Florida Everglades been flimflammed by another cheap sale chandise for the asylum, or some other Streets and Sidewalk Committee
the Post Offie. at Taliahaa.u Ylorida under surveyed and to report as to the feasi- of Internal Improvement, lands at the 8tate institution, they with great blow- serve notice on the citizens of CVFfL
Act of Cone re oif March 1of. ability of draining them for agricultural' ridiculously low price of 41 2-3 cents per ing of trumpets endeavor to show how street to gAnerally put their side
Ofice in Telephone Buldinsn ornr Ad amsn purposes. Messrs Burrows and Gal- acre, and "history has repeated itself" much they wish to protect our interest, in the very best condition, as is pro-
Ci',,tn Streets Te.rhmr- NN,, i linger objected, and the resolution went! again in that the Broward I. I. Board when they will insert an ad. inviting vided for by city ordinances governing
to the calendar. However, Senator! have followed in the footsteps of and bids (this, however, after the legisla- such matters, and we presume such or-
Bubscriptkin. SI.00 Per Year. in Advance. Mallory in that action attempted to do! played a similar trick to the Jennings- tive committee rattled them up a bit ders have already been given or will be,
Advertising Rateston Appliestion what Governor Broward and his great Barrs land-sale trick, the difference per along towards the close of the last Leg- at an early day. and that the orders
drainage board should have done be.- acre in price received by them being islature). And again, is it not remark- will be complied with to the letter. As
The True Democrt Is the Officil Nispaper fore one single dollar of the 1. 1. Funds only IlI cents per acre more, and below ably strange that Governor Broward's a property holder and resident of this,
of Lo j was spent on the scheme, in building the True Democrat gives its readers I. I Board (which is also the Drainage one of the prettiest streets in Tallahas-
Tallaassee, Friday, Jae 22, 1906. dredgesor otherwise. Had they shown by some startling information, gathered, Board) will condescend to sell Internal see, naturally, and the one which leads
practical survey, and after a thorough too, from the record books of Monroe Improvement lands at 411 cents per to our much loved and highly prized
Yes, the taxed payers of Florida are investigation along all lines, that the' county, and which we believe will open, acre, when he is proclaiming that college, when this paving work starts
being "worked and drained" to afinish scheme or the Governor's plans were the eyes of our readers to the desperate drained Everglade lands will be worth and becomes a general thing on this
Been nothing junt like it since the re- practicable and would give the least straits Governor Napoleon Bonaparte $50 00 per acre? And be it here remem- street from the Masonic and Odd Fel-
construction period how of leing profitable, there possibly Broward and his clouded Internal Im-. bered, too, that those Monroe county lows building leading out to the college,
Ten pages and you will find interest- would not have been so much well. provement Board have it last worked lands are down close in that neighbor- we will take great pleasure in laying
irng reading and profitable advertising founded opposition to thernm in their per- themselves into, in that they have, on hood, and must be almost, if not as the cement widewalk and grading in
matter on every page f it. It i a sistence in going ahead pending the a very recent date-the 11th day of valuable as will ever be his great Ever- front of the space of our humble
good thing, and should be mad to vn,,t small amount of money they hav. avail- April, 1906--sold to one Joseph Jennings glade lands. Consistent, is he not-he, little home, and will not be found
you every day able, which in just a wee drop in the 59,989 acres of land at 411 cents ier his czarish board and their great outside among the kickers and objectors, for
you every ay. I bucket as to what the corit to carry on acre, and which tract of land said Jen-. legal ladvisHer? Now, this outrage we have as a rule been among the ex-
There is a prevailing hopi that the that gigantic farce will ultimately turn n,,igs, on the 4th day of May, resold to, clearly places Mr. Broward and his ceptions on Clinton street, always, in
Tallahassee True Democrat will soon out to, be to the taxpayers of Florida. the Palgrove Land Company at $1 pear gang in an awkward position, that must that we hung our gate on the inside,
bloom as a daily paper The outspoken It is almost certain that should that acre, making in this 1. I land transac- seed some satisfactory explaining. If set our fence back on the laid-out line
style of the True Democrat has won fa toard succeed in draining the Ever- tion, for himself and perhaps his allies, it is not forthcoming, let it be investi- when ordered to do so, and are now
vor for the paper. Jacksonville Me- glades, that they would ne-ver bring $4,9S. 34, which sum and more should, gated along with the many other funny trying to help exterminate mosquitoes,
tropolis. .- - '. hack the cost. there being plenty of as clearly and very reasonably and very things that have happened. If they and keeping a pretty even and level
We are still accredited with having good lands now on .the market which properly, have gone into tne I. I. Fund are the pure angels they would have sidewalk up with curbing, etc. We
bankers and rich pardners in our busi- need people and capital to develop, and instead of into private pockets, as the the people of Florida believe them to should therefore take great pride in
ness. Well, we shan't dispute it again, it seems many of these most im- information gathered herein clearly! be. no harm can come to them from seeing Clinton street (which name
gentlemen; just let it go your way portant things were never looked into shows that an offerof sti!I more -$1.25' giving publicity to them and their of- should be changed, by the way, for
We won't object to having that kind of by those who have their conduct in hand; per acre-had been turned down and re-. ticial acts, and they will not be injured, the street from the lodge building to
a pardner or pardners, however, and men, two. every one of them, who, fused by that same Funny-Dealing-in- If they have and are still abusing the the college to "College avenue) paved
may be by your persistence you will when they went into office, took oath to Public-Affairs L'oard, by bona tide citi- trust the people have put in them, then, both on the sidewalks and in the roads
helpus secure our "Pard" sure enough! protect the people's interests Does it zens of Monroe county. at least, they should be voted from to the college buildings.
A local newspaper is absolutely nec. look reasonable, sensible or practicable Below we copy a letter we received public office, and the time to begin re- But should this sidewalk building stop
esmary to any community. It is the for them togo on and spend good money: this week and some information from buking them will be to vote down the with Clinton street? Should not every
home paper that keeps the people of in drainage operations until the courts the records of Monroe county. Read joint resolution they are working so per- sidewalk in Tallahassee be opened up,
the community in touch with each other have decided whether or no the lands it, that you may form a clear idea of sistently to fasten upon the people, straightened out and put in the regula-
by giving them all the news of their belong properly to the State or the L. how the gentlemen who are attending that they may continue to abuse and tion shape provided for? As we under-
own neighborhood and county. For & N and perhaps other railroads Do to public affairs are dealing with the, oppress. Should not an end be put to stand it, the city officials have plenty
that alone they are of value and worth they not know that, should the roads public in Internal Improvement Fund it all some time soo n? laws and ordinances on their record
far more than the small subscription win those suits, the lands with all the and drainage matters: DLAN RCORD'S STRAIGHT TAL underthatwings shouwarranld they deem int erst
price. They keep the local pride and improvements they ale attempting to Key West Fla June 15, 1906. owing the example of the Pena- to see that they are enforced, for as we
progressive spirit aroused and in van- put on them will go to the railroads, too. Mr. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla.: cola Journal, the Deand Record to ee thatin they're enforcedin for awe
ous ways are worth far more to a comrn- Of course they do; but in theit hull- My Dear Sir- Kecently the Trustees mentioning the removal of the Jackson- understand it, they are fully empowered
munity than a community ever spends headed. vindictive-spirited way headed of the I. Fund sold to one Joseph ville Sun to Tallahassee to take the to order such work done, and in cases
on tham.-Gnsvll Sun. by Governor Broward with his tlius nnn Monr oeTm. 59,y acres of place of Hilson's defunct Capital, says: of refusal to comply they are not only
on them. -Gainesville Sun. by Governor Broward with his filibus- land in Monroe county at 41J cents per "Now, will Claude L'Engle and Car-epoeedt
-We wer ..rr'. ii ....'.t... nt tearing proclivities and penchants, and acre. Jennings then sold the same land, toonst Taylor tell the public who is empowered to have such work done by
We were in error in our statement backed by their great influential advis- to the Palgrove Company, a New Jer- that is putting up the dough?"And the city and have the costa assessed
last week that Hon. B. E McLin first era, they show a disposition to not care sey corporation, at $1 per acre, making the Record adds. "We suspect that it against the property, but are ordered
went into office under an appointment. what the eole think, or what their di- a clean profit o $34,9.34. is the heavy blows and crushing effect by ordinance to do it. If the sidewalk
It was offered to him by Governor Blox rect interest thi, so lnk, or what they aredi othing like standing in with the of Editor Collins' showing-up of the ordinances are to be taken up and
ham to fill out a short unyxpired term powers tnat be,.is there. strange policy of the administration
ham to fil out a short unexpired term making a puny little show at Fort Lau- The first deed is recorded in Book V, that isthe cause f this im raton of pushed, and no reasonable person in
(two wks, webelevebutherefus rdal in drdg and scow building and page an te algrove de is re L'Enle and Taylor;" an not since Tallahassee will but admit they should
t, preferring to begin the term he hd carrying out the hidden points in their eon the next page of the da ys of reconstruction has there be made better on every street in the
tbeen elected to. by the State Conven- l in thei book. Bot h deeds came to the clerk's been such grafting and atealin of the city, let the work be universal and
been eletd to, by the State Conven- well-gotLen-up scheme to do and further office at the same time poor tax payer's mone as has en city, let the work be universal and
tion. Mr. McLin has made a good of- rida. What a Citizens of onroe county have tried edrin e rotten W iaShean make the whole city do some sidewalk
oppress the pple of Florida. What anso ne caseduring the rotten William Sherman..
lACr in many respects, and we hope yet relief it would be to these worthes to buy lanut tne I. I Fund, and have Jennings administration and during the improving and building. What is sauce
to see him pull from underinfluences offered l. per acre, and their appli- present one This is strong talk, but for the goose, must be sauce for the
which will at least turn them ll from uld Hn. Frank lark succeed in e- nations ave een turned uown witn the it is needed, and there is need. too, of gander, and we all should be for good
which will at la ost turn them all from curing that $3.1mm(,ow loan from the statement the lanes were not for a few more'fearless andpublic-spirited
office, If a change does not come about national government, and if Senator sae. w . edrs keClns and sidewalks and everything else good for
some way. That drainage busine, Mallory should succeed in having a ur- (an you tell me how it is that out-! St Augustine Record. Tallahassee Tallahasseeans must get
along with chep land sales, will get the v.y made to learn for them, at thi late rsown p l cnnot buy for i 2nd5our In justice to Mr. L'Engle, we will a hustle on among themselves along a
whole /uh" if they persist. in it lay, whether their great scheme is I enclose a memorandum that may state that he assured us in a conversa- number of lines, or some day soon many
Just by way of a reminder! IHas the feasible or not. also be or interest tion one day this week that there was Tallahasseeans will be sorry, extremely
Internal Improvement Board ever had Truth of the whole matter is, they Very truly, A SI'BS(liBE. no truth in the assertions "that he had sorry they have been shortcoming in
a report of the log transactions from have simply made themselves ridiculous In Book "B." Miscellaneous Record, been induced to come to Tallahassee by many little things that should havr "
that Hlilson-Ward syndicate deal? An in the foolish and silly way they have page ti67, ot Monroe county. Florida, any State officials; that none of them come about to make Tallahassee better
we remember it, that syndicate was to bungled intotheirdrainagemcheme from appears the following, viz: had put up for him; that he intended in than it is today Now, all, let's be up
I''Resolved. Tnataaii the landsgranted the Sun, this week, to tell the public and doing for improving Tallahassee!
report in August of some years, and the very beginning iiin laying ut of to Lim Stte (f Florida by the Act the Sun this week, to tel the public and do or
the Board was to get $1 INM, we believe, (the drainage district, wasteful expendi-. C(ongaess' of .eptember 2?(. I. lyingi where he got the money from; that his No denial has yet been made of the
on some kind of a log or stunipage ture of I. I money, asseIsing that 5! a id being south of Town41ip 51 southI mother loaned him the money; and that Tallahassee True Democrat's accusa-
showing We have not rmid the min- ; cents per Here tax- which they had and situated on the mainland of this1 he was doing and was going to continue tion of June 8 that Governor Broward
utes relative to the full requirements u to abandon the Gtovernor's drainage 'tater be andf the same are hereby re-i t give the State good, clean printed in a s ech justl before the first pni-
l>tely nd d nt reebr ut the It- n ur n h ,h served for the lenefit of the norida! mary eciated that "it the peope will
lately, and do not remember just the speech-making tour (in which speeches, East Coast Railway Company, reserving matter. And we believe he wil do stand by me. I will defy the courts, de-
details. This is simply to call attention he is accredited with getting otf oine tihe rights at actual settlers now on the so, for he also denounced the filthy and clare martial law and dig that ditch "
to a little matter that seemn to be lag- reckless sayings a to defying courtss. land 5o set apart and reserved." i shoddy stuff the Capital had been palmi- The charge is either true or false If
going. The public has been furnished declaring martial law. etc. ). Insulting foregoing s ir true cothp ot a resolution ing o on the State Just let L'En~l fale, the dlnal should hTve come long
foregoing l H true copy ot a solution ago: if true (and the True Democrat
nothing more in regard to it. and the the newv. paper m-n uf his State, print- ul,,ited I.y the Boaro of Trustees of and (Collins go' lng" in the even t'nor affirms that attidavits sustain it are
people of Florida should know some. min and circulating misleading dl'cu- thet Internal Improvement Fund of the of their ways. We believe lboth will be procurable), the people of Florida and
thing about these official affairs. We mernts, I statements, stuffing old sol- State otf I i'.ria. at a meeting held on able to holi up his own endl of the. row. the State newspapers should treat it as
do not charge there is anything wrong ieri' pension envelopes with literature t'sixteenth llay of ebruar'. A. 1 and time will tell yu people of Florila i: deserves --St. Augustine Record. ,
in connection with it. but it would hurt that required them to pay additional *[-igneti. 1 WM M'I.NTOSH. how things are going up here, and that The True Democrat always endeavors
nothing to furnish a tatenwnt exllain- IM1tage to receive, ani maybe otherpe'- "S' rt'rary loard of Trustees of Inter- you can depend upon tf, tell tnhe truth The charge is "ape-
Sall about such things ,Hicasioially. culiar and funny things nal Impruvment Fund of Florida. e o ciic." and is true to the letter; and we
h I e euly recorded August l.t. 18*h. "The editor of an administration or- have the affid.vits all right, and here
Floridlans dlo and hlave not hlamxt Everything mhI catel tle |>eop life .i signal 1 (;E(). '. RERVSOID.S. gan complains that he had topay "post- and now remark for the information of
J M. Barrs for being aile to 'ee'ure 1. having their ee o, e d as to th s "Clerk agt e due2 cents" on a package of drain- the hrethren of the press as well as the
.pu lic affairs and at th.e election ihl <,i> the llth day of April. tltni. the
Stands in a chunk at cents an er; joit resolution will be knocked out Trustets of the 1. 1. Fund sold toJoseph age campaign literature received from people of Florida. that the gentlemen
they have never blam'et ex-Senator ,nlt rhs th ,next I.ei s Jan,,ngs 5w.,.Jn.i acres of land in Monroe Governor Broward. That ought to have who make the affidavits are among some
Arthur Wilhliams. for the i.oard. as their a| oerIha" th next .ce saure i" county, on tne mainland, south of Town- cured him." The foregoing qu,.ted of Leon's best citizens; men, too, who
agent or salesman, for the sale' of ine put an and to the whole farce, and then hlp at 41J vent per acre. See paragraph from the St Augustine Rec- have no other interest than seeing this
timbered lands of Taylor. lafayette, two er hence the people will put k "V" and 70 ice was newspaper borne out in an honesttate
... .. ..t i,,,autip tijt of huin a it i ) nn the 4th day of May, 190j. the ord brings out that an injustice was newspaper borne out in an honest state-

etc.. for getting all lie could out of the ranabsaid Joseph Jennng sold the sam done some editor, ut the outrage ot ent it has seen fit to make; and,
transaction, since h got for them the tl land to Palgrove Company, a corpora- putting some of those drainage docu- please bear in mind which is published
price they required of him. if hi. pur- into the responsible position who will tioon organized under the laws of the ments into the old soldiers' pension en- in the interest of the people of Florida,
*chaers did payquite a much larger sun work and regulate and run things again State of New Jersey. at $1 0 per acre elope and forcing them to pay thepeople a,
chr did pay quite a much largerurn in the interest of the people of Flurida See Book "V." pages 570 and 57 1, of p and them to the under the very dome of the capital, as
for the lands, and wnt are informe i rather than for political trickters and' Monroe County Records. extra postage was no doubt nauseating it were. Now. let Napoleon Filibus
y much or f am could acrnot be In uht to-heir ae, and will all be ga r Now, after the exposure of the sale to them; and many of them will resent terer deny the charge if he sees fit to
day for le$10.1 per acre. and aince the t r a s. ,an wewi e ainer of lands by that same board under the it by voting Broward's drainage scheme He says we "sell principle, with senti-
first sale have changed hands at better byone more h g a government for Wm. Sherman Jennings administration joint resolution clean out of existence ment thrown," we deny it and ask for
prices several times. Nor o they People o rdaget nto your heads to Barr at 30 cents per acre, does it next November The people of Florida his proof. We charge him and his gan,
g blame one Joneph Jennings who gut 4a ..a.. .not seem peculiar and funny that the are fast awakening to the fact that and they keep quiet. That's the dkf
good slice n April, recently at 41 and has that you have been abused Brward Board would dare repeat such they have some ruling czara up this ference -
cents an acre, making thereby In a fe -and oppressed by those whom you once I transactions, in face of the fact that way that need looking after and regu- If the United States Court continues
days, $34,91.34; bute thj do think it nhad confidence n and placed in power 'any and all State lands are worth more lasting, and we predict that some of to tie up Governor Broward's scheme
esteeringly qI eer and funny that the trin tet oe o otct I than a paltry $1.00 an acre. Does not them will be respectfully asked to hunt for draining the Everglades there will
Internal Improvement Boards. under of high trust in the future who cannot such high-handed pblie transactions some other occupation when it comes be nothing left of it within twelve
der th e Jen owni sadministrat ton first, andyou will re up. We believe a majority of v the people of lorida full right to time to select and elect public State months. Tho two State dredges co-
under the rwnmrdiadministration now you will agree with s that the tim be suspicious of them and have a rvants once more. Have not asomeof structed at Ft Ladetdale as part of
would lot such trnsuiamtion be poasibll now ripe for great changes, and let's be auspicious of themi. v nt mo liy not soeof
Does it not look suspicious? e t not be sure and give the tricksters the first good right to call for doin o al acts the old hacks had sway long enough. the equipment may have to be sold to
iwreia to sell-public lands for a song rebuke in voting down that much-sought- in the open? Is there any reason why FoR RNT. Five-room cottage in prevent them being eaten up by worms
when all private lands are awy up aa after pa of the p osed r lu- those schemers should oet advertise the Low's Grove Addition; Seaatekitch- before bta operated. That decision
anI stiWa t up?. Whytoe, erg ti* Pn, whichfreate oe Us fswt that they prope to "a ia g^f?*. good porhesb, floe we water, sta- Wad das the WMOt swesmiMo
such d alwskept o quieT h a board of czars, with all te power ai he to seMt kble se tet _ApPy to Dr. B. J. B 17 a o
are the peculiar little occurrence thathe wish to contipe their devilish mods it a cht, ad In itebl M OR d g a boat bet &but aam
are "Agitating the People." wor. thesame. *o that the State mightderive Subseribe to The True Deomrat. the acheBe -ile MeNtropoMs.

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S . Trinit M. E. Church, South, W Let's drop all technical ques-
iJONM COLL11UM1 1t o&liser. Polgoi, Pator. -Services Sunday at 11 Let's dr the all .chtleabl o
aH m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep-tions as to the practicability of
PoUBLIHBD _VRY_ RDAY MORNING. worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep- successfully draining the Ever-
no. AetG --L rs, o worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members glades, as to their value to the'
Gen. AlbertGilchrist, of PuntaGorda, requested to attend. The public and people when drained, and even
aN!ildidato for Governor, has re- strangers specially invited to worship draine
l pto the present writing to define with us. as to whether we need these
position relative to the county di- St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. lands badly enough to increase
vision fight, which is raging in DSoto Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services: our taxes for this purpose, and
county Marendof the Genral's Deoto Sundays and Holy Days, holy commun- discuss a phase of the question
ing this issue, believing that he should od .m not requiring technical know.
hve nerve enough to declare himself chael's (colored).- Services: Sundays, edge, but which may be under-
one way or another.-Fort Myers Tropi- 4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m. stood by every taxpayer and citi-
The Advocate has been somewhat Christian Science---Services are held zen: The L. & N. Railroad Corn-
mixed up in the county division fight, every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the pany claims the Everglades as a
and "up to the present writing' we front room, second story, of the build- nt to them by the Florida
know of no one in DeSoto county who ing east of the postoffice. This room is islature. The Internal Im
has asked Gen. Gilchrist to mix up in also used as aChristian Science reading gi. The Internal I-
the present muddle. Whether divided room, and is open daily except Sundays, provement Board claims that the
or not, DeSoto county will stand solid between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock Legislature's grant was without
for Gen. Gilchrist for Governor, and a. m. All are cordially invited. legal authority and is void. The
the Breeze will have but little oppor- Death of Infant Sons of Two Friends. question of ownership is pending
tunity to make political capital fcr
their West Florida candidate on account The Times-Union of Tuesday, June in a case before the courts, an'
of our county division fight. We might 19th, brings us news of the death of in- will be decided solely on laws al-
add that South Florida editors have a fant sons of two of our friends: ready enacted. Who owns the'
habit of supporting South Florida men. Philip Manville Ball, Jr., 15 months
even though the editors were born in 'of age, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Everglades? Who will own them
West Florida Florida Advocate. Ball, died at the residence of his par- after our money has been spent
ents at 5 o'clock Monday morning, after to drain them? If the railroad!
Come, now, don't you DeSoto county an illness of several weeks. The i- company wins its suit, then every
newspaper men get serious and quarrel mediate cause of death was pneumonia .
over the General's candidacy, or his Mr. and Mrs. Ball have the sincere sym- Cent invested in drainage will go,
chances for being elected Governor next athy of their many friends in their sad along with the land, to the rail-
he whole t i being l d G bereavement. Little Philip was just of road company. Do you want
time; the whole thing is being looked an age when he was most interesting, your money spent improving
upon all over the State as a huge joke, and his death is deeply deplored by a p
for Gen. Gilchrist in his whole self is large number of friends who had come property which you have no sure
purely and simply a joke; besides, he to love the little fellow for his attract- title to. and which may finally go
ispurely and has been trailing with some polides ive ways and loving disposition, to this corporation? If we drain
is and has been trailing with some poll- The angel of death visited the home this property, is it not business
ticians in Florida whom many people of Hon. and Mrs. Hunt Harris Sunday
are tired of dominating affairs-as has morning at Key West, and carried the common sense to wait until we
been evidenced by some of his actionsspirit of their 2-year-old son heaven- are stre who owns it, the State
been evidenced by some of his actionsward. Until a week agoW. Hunt Har- or the railroad? Governor Brow-
in public affairs in the recent past. The ris, Jr, enjoyed robust health and was ard has claimed that the anti-
pretty General may rest assured boxes a most precocious child. He was taken d d a l i
of Huyler's candies to pretty school suddenly ill and cholera infantum devel- drainage movement and all its
Misses will not land him there, when oped, and despite the efforts of the best arguments were in the interest
Misses lwl not lnand him there whn medical skill and the most careful of and prompted by the railroads.
Floridians learn what gang of politicians nursing he sank rapidly until Sunday Might we not more logically claim
are grooming him. He might learn morning, when the weakened constitu- ht we o vmrner'o ia-hancim
how to hold down the dignity of that tion gave up the struggle for life. Only that the Governor's high-handed
office, however, as well as those who have felt the chubby arms efforts to force this drainage on
office, however, as well as does he who of baby around their neck or have ex- an unwilling citizenship was in
is now canvassing the State in the in- perienced the changing emotions that the interest of the L. & N. ('o.,
tarest of drainage and other schemes, two years of constant watchfulness or th h ndeavorin
Ad he might stay at his office as much tender nursing bring can ap reciate and tat e is really eneavorin
what the sudden taking away of a loved to spend the people's nmonlic
nttend to what official duties that one means. In this case it is an only (while the (lUestion of own,.rs-hip
come before him Fur a fact our pres- son, the pride utf nis father and the joy is being fought out in the c,,iurts)
ent Governor is absent from the execu- of his mother. The human mind cannot
tive chamber more days than was any measure their grief, words fail to e- t increase the value of thn
d than any press condolence that will be efftTetivV, almost worthless lands ,, that
former (Governor, h,,t the other (hief and we drol, a tearO to mingle with the railroad company migl )rt prfit
Executives had no drainage and insur- theirs as an expression of sympathy. when the ltlestion of ow'l;rl'hit
ance on such gigantic plans as Christian Science Growth. 'is lecide(l in its favor'.' I Dun't
does. Napoln. (. (ilcht could tell The Christian Temple, costing ?$2,o,.- OU think so, fellow-voter'.'





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his subjects "to wipe o' ,their "chin
and pull down their \est," however.
and that wuuld bI si. nothing there
would !be no harm in Send along some
more Hluyltr candies. (I'enral. for there
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growth of this 'eligitus bitody has bItn
most phe nit'nal, aind the following
summary otf it- statistics and history
will give interesting information to ourtl
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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Plans and Speetfliatinns furn inhed. All kinds of buildings plManed
and constructed according to the I i'est improved methods.
Mill Work--Manufacture-, rif ': kinds of roigh and dressed lImbe~
muJdliog, stair rails, bailustearw, ti" "' columns. brackets, mantels., gtU
taaoy gab;e ornamen's and tiiurn I and soroll work of every deaOrip
tion. Brick. lime and 'nemnnt fo" t.ile.

All orders will recelvo prompt
to be fBrt class In evory partle-diar
Ofice, Hhop and limber Yard on

a'tentlon. We naranatee our wort
Prices reasonable.
"femboard Air Line, an lot B th d

PHONE S. 0. S0OX .


Dealer in
EAG ER, fadnc
'- I "" art. Wa- fl4tfl%.Carriages,.
;'iomhic',,aiod I'lumb~er'e Supplicee

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I ,,, ,'* t(,..,li ti.< I int ni.dt.,. ', l'rTra .i ll ; A rt iJtll,.rT ,. -l-l,,r, !; 1 I llI$ ts 'l'1'
i" *-pr. bi`n p. it,, t,','o) nTthl^ !.''i(f( hill ,I 1 ,t t . I
r . :' tid i,;'. 1i e **\t-nd,'d ..ici! bw,! ti t sch,,olar hip filiti of W rl'.1it m any ) '.ia\, I i, i- '
i, .I < i -r, < h.'f t ihe d itrct h,.' Kin'tI, rgartt, n A..-i,'iatin ,.f it .I cur,.,l \ ('harI ri.i,, ,, .. ,, builders a id M ill S UpliCS alld Sp lrtinl. ( a,, q,, ih the vi etr-, ( il1 ..'i fr \'"rnien .l ii'rt'-. l, ivevrTu l th.' t i i ,t. i. I .
r..l ii ia i th I \. rIi, i '- w agh' & HWirns. .1 W ( tll, \. H Ii. tamn to prove I.n..t't hi .,, - -
it 1- . ," ,t any the. m ajr lty M a k ahit i .,ui ',wh n T I i \-r( ,,tua r r. S old t ; * ] A IY 7 I
". '.. hi. that a:, Vanlr;nt &, I.-miliv ,I. If tandp l n ,,,, 1 a ,, I i .. I C O N ST A N T IN E O U S E
: .. I ....v I elvetio,,n is over I '. I k. V- i n. JI F. Iill. W IBanks F ,4 ;;:.s and Fi Lturi. itIt ,.,i i 1
aLir' I \ J..I. rrni P. L.imnar i s the (on- ,,hC. 1 F H ightowwer, F. C. Giil- 14-tf _i li'- A Si MPi
mra. I>'. mr, ,1Nthtlson, Dr F. '. More, H t '11ter1a
gr- n t I., at le-at ,n, more. term. N ii {r.wa 'n!, W M. Ifollway. H C Mr J H. Workmaii. rirl ,f '*tRateS $1. Per '.
.- ('rawford, W. V. Knott, R. E. Roe, J. Ocala high school, ift 1 in4liv tor 1
[riM. 1 1. Ilitnes leaves tomorrow for (.C R Fomter. Mr Brown. B. E. McLin, lahassee to attend th,. rtiail .4hl
Tal..i- ..r. t. n Monday he A. C. Croom. J. G. Kellum, Gen. Ell that place for MiIx k,. aft,' wbijh ,..* Regular Board $4.50 Per W eek.
Mate r.i rnai school for teachers for a Wlto spend the remainder of the summer.
course oif six weeks.- Palatka Timens- oaLd -iIo vacation. Mr, Workman will return to' V L STRICK AND, Mgr and Prop
Herald. "llm t" this city in the early fall Ocala Banner* *r. rp

Telephone 82.


thaM tns i Mle Pahlt-ahi. Florida has lost another good and



An excellent report from the King'i
Daughters was crowded out of this in-
sue because so much space had been de-
voted to good rads convention, etc
Why sell 1. I 'ands in April for 41i
cents when the Governor and his drain.
age board say their Everglades land
will be worth arnl bring t5fA per acre?
The 411-cent lands are down near the
Everglades, too.
That /,f,, i nallY/ If mpiih'l lBoard has
gone andl hold another fflg chunk of I. I.
landmat 4liJ -rnts an acre. and (Governor
Broward s,;**< Evervrgialde lands will
sure bring $'A per arre. The* 411 centt'
lands in in thf drairm;ie- district too, raid
a man named .erinirigs bought arid *
sold therrm -
TallahaN pee ih without i paper, iut if it re'rihiri that v., v it vill
he the fault ,of her citizeni. .Johrn '
Collins, orf the True I-mocrnt. .'!,, to,
establish a daily if given proper sup-,
paort, and thhe kimwl of weekly he' piib-
lishes is an ,arnest that the daily wouil
be a journalistic liv"e wire l.akelaril
W ill it pity to .-pj r.l g<.1 r,,nori y n
Everglade drariag,- whe-ri th,' I internal
Irnprovemient lIoirde will sell l ,.ol
I. I. landsf now at 114 ,,r.nts an acre.
They surely mJust reed lsion' ready cash
to carry on operatliors, or perhaps; I,.-
gal Adviser W S. JJernnrigs nei'ieed an
Installment on his fi.$l5, per year sal-
ary; but why should Mr ./Ien iin (not
William Sherman)have teen allowed to
make that $:4,9HM 34? Why did not the
board get that $1, or, still better, the
$1 .2T, per acre that some Monroe county
citizens would have paid? Things do
move funny sometimes with them great
and powerful boards.
And Gov. liroward ham gone way up
in Michigan to make a spe'eh. Wonder
if he touched on his drainage scheme? -
Lakeland Hun.
It in just probable he did, as it seems
he has gone wild in hin great mend on
his drainage scheme. .Seems he thinks
the people elected him not tostay in the
executive office, but to gad about over
his own State and other territory speech-
making. Almost always on the io,
with very few days in his office.
Are the Drainage ('Czars o hard up
thus early in the game for cash to con-
tinue operations, that they can afford
to sacrifice I I lands at 411 cents an
acre? Gentlemen, have you some more
of the same kind you wish to let off at
such ruidrliumsly ,r icso If no,
advertise it, and we'll sell our oldki hoes
and try and get a small chunk At any
rate, it would look twtter next time too
advertise to the world t hat you had o
many acres you would ell for W:) or 411
cents an acre, and give all the land
buying boys a little chance at them.
That would be action of the kind from
under cover.
l'artiesn deiring stenogrwphic work
done can be accuommiodted by applying
to MIMI CONTA. Office at (;ilmore &
Davis Co. 's hardware stoie. 17-tf
Mr Samuel Allen Sanilorn, baov
well known throughout the northern
part of florida, aiid especially in Talla-
hapsee, Vame home Friday from (;rant
University,. ('hattanoim>tg, where he haH
blien purtiuing work iiending to hiM de-
gree iht report at very favorable
y ei SatHs nuriny tiiile shinei, forth
ike a plendid mur asset from behind sorne
sorrow iniL ki o f ci ddl fiilni lhuldw.
and we are i'rr\ that he is to Ie with
Us onily fer cc It \ w+,,l,^

If you knew the value of I( inmber-
lain's Malve yoiu will l never wih Ito be
without it. lIer, mri,' M iioit' eif the dm -
eaves for which it Im especially valuable
More nipplhe. chapped hundl, burnif.
frost hite's, chi ilhhiiri,. hron ic Mivre ey,'N.
itching plies, tI ite-r. ,hit rheurn and
cle'ma 'ri'e rtitv lc per Vsi. F'r
sale Iby all eIrueglgiti
There are" niiw 47 ini'.i ,ii tc, for ,;iv-
ermnr of fFlonlldi. exprlc- N und iniplied
One thinly i'certHini the next (Governori
of Floirida will nrot put any drairisRge
niapl in to cirrula'i t it aminii ri tihe' ion'.
deludedl but now widle Uvwike vo 'itc-r
Tampa Triburne
Will Care Consumaption.
A. A. Herr.rn, Firrch, Ark.. write.
"Foley's Honey and Tar iie the -le'wt
preparation for cough, h ,iih. and lung
trouble, I know that it hie cured c,,i,-
numption in the first stage." 'You i
never heard of ny one u. ihing Fole \'
Honey arid Tar and inot ling smat ifi-',.
Sold y all d
If you WviNh iy kind ofi I iirnturi Heit.
hals .just ahsiled a nice new lt nil %ill]
sell you at pric 's O low it will n..t4nh
you. Alo eaull onl him for all kinis .if
general rep i p rifig i lltd mun t l Il i, ck.
snmith work. Lt (f
IPhillips & Sinil, rh' I'lunihirig h Sh,,i
and Sr Ow leooin a1pp tit i'tty flmtikfe-t

UmORT Of it COIfIf Om I

Aaclent Rome.
in now merely a niemory f the pabit.
tHllard's Snow Liniment in the faurnily
liniment of the twentieth century A
piooitive' cure fior rheumatisrn, lunrs,
cut.,. plrains. neurilgia, etc' Mr. (
IH iuiv"in. Stansrry. Mo.. writes 'I
have ueid lSnow l.nitnmet for rheumna-
tim april hall pain I ran't say enough
in its prise, Sold by all druggiNts. *
Don't take our word for it. hut com'
and ese,' fr yourm'lf, andi vOu will admit
that we are leadferp if liiw itnic-'.
Tallahaseee Mercantile ('I,.
For Reat.
A cotimfortaitile i;-rtoin cottage, with
kitchen and iiath room. within .r, bhIliks
oif Letn Hotel. MIent $1'i;.1 0per month.
Alpilly toi
I-ti HIiWA I i cI.AMLI:W
.. ..... .
t,, I lI I, is. i .s li ., iher." of stall tie fir..t
i' lr itha I tan f ih',,lliar. iS', in ti y r .'r A thaII ,,th .
n' -aIl> l lI f ..r i.i t P i .,l e thInI l.mti ': ;i s, ..
si l,.h t he Pfi rii, a l il|,nrim>i. isrit.l Iat tihe iih., r.-
isis ,f 'the MaIce-
-.', I I A hi ,lrilt an<'' ..r (.rtl.i .if i) s,.,,i
rni .,.. i-,,.h n-i ,n.s.sri 't in any mny w-ish (i h
-riltisra e. li h rl',I d r-pialeit
iS..-t i,. t .. I i, ( l',,,,st Mi Ma)24th. iHa ,
i'"tui-%l, Y 1 M t hINlesSH. JR
A'tit I' re l.ntl City t'C,ss,
"'5ilsrl' || 1 ii II.LIAMS,Citly Clerk
,'.is'"- e <"- Ill.Mt (:. Ma),or
4 grs, I +

..... Tx ar...... j I P lI W vi I norl nll iqIe in or lrai nod.
I'-l aIw h -itch accu mulatini'is ,of water are large
a. in thi, i a- f large |simhl or lake- incapable of
t4'.li tilil i ,. iFr drlaiceld, the owner ,r r owners
iht-rtr-f -iall t all tim- s frtim the frst day of
Mal t, th,.- first day ssf (s october of each and every
)ear. k'el -the .irface, of the water thereinoiled
a% ith ker,-ne -,r eruoderl). a lint iof either toevery
-tor .m, 'lril ill iso lluare feet of water surface.
aritl hall apply it every fifteen 1151 day) during
ail trri, frm the first day 'of May to the first
Ila& if ciht-twr of each anil every year And it
-fiall tie wmifiiful for any persin or Persons. rnm
-r cc'rliratin to permit any damp or shaded
ia' io ,..riade by the accumulation of refuse or
I-) the irm th of weeds or other vegetation, tn ex-
ist on their ipremist or in the proxinity of any
residencre within the cr-piorste limits of the city
s-f ForHla. Iut all *uc'h pae-a .shall
is Ivul-t -e'as acid dry
"Se> Ini, This ordlinance hall not apply to the
hit wa*l-r laltrna or tanks uaed hy laundries or
,,iher I,-sit,, wash house.. nor shall it apply to
Ihoo' large twitiea of water contain-mr fish.
beeitu.n I The Mayuorof the city of
F",rithl he ,arid he is herely dlireeted atd emptow-
i-iil ti-s ,iit;l i ne or ls>rs special It>lire o" r ioelirle-
main i-tw en the fArl day if May al'd the f Arlt
dIn f e Octoer of e ech and every year as inspect-
,,r- for tier purpin o.,f oei,- tha t the piriv-sione
,f lhhis. i-ihr'rce are rarmrie iluit mrcl pet'tfornred.
San-1 it l.',! be the iluty if the said isiec' o,rn to
nriaki i rm 1ipt re-port to the Mayor,. in writing. of
alli pien. s not in the 'eondit-ico ri-eaiit d *h-hi.
"rdisnarr,, oe .fpetedP eah day a- d a he-'hrr .r no'
tlihe I| ti *1a* in-.,erteeil a.Tr ioccupii- '.l '5 'ai-ant.
andl die.. r 1e the jremineis inapet'ei eil'her
it %'t. a, I ti ..,-kl. oir hy *lretre t ixnl ric Ile-,
" l f .. ,I -i 'l hall gir the namei f i. .r-si-- .
I stt iarl -Iltil repwert the rndirlsoi of thI. he al1
i-tr' an-. t1 wi whether rt not a rit(ern i- ket-? -n
-an l i. ,, -.',s. "it the r nditlion .of 'ha..' .t.r.: tf
Se. ,, At; y per4r n or |rcerM' n ftllri ,r or o .
rti.tto n o .' d nr within the roriwprate inioits of the
tii y 'f I sn e..e, reildsa. who fail. netlec t ,r
re-fiis .- ,i.- with the terms and 'condit.r 'of
thi.* r i a,,.-. hall be deemed guilt) if it,'. w. a-

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Something New. Look Into It.




useful citizen and business man, and D
every citizen who nad met and become first INational Bank
acquainted with Mr Irving H. Welch, AT TALLAHASSEE.
who was promintly connected with a In the- Stati. f F''..r,.Ia. at 'hhe' c<'* of hair.e-,.
number of Florida business affairs, a .1 ,,. i -h, 1
genial, whole-souled member of frate'r- E_.- t.' i'l
LAls *ia L and d 'v,,unto 1 r27'a...i fr
naloryanizations the .Ja(ck-,,nville Board f)erjdrafto, 4c- ,re-,tind rin I-, 1,j ': '.45, .3
of Trade, social clubs. etc but who rU. S.wi o-f,, .- .a. st'1, ,
will feel sad and grieved when they Banking hoijs,.. I -rri.' a .onil fixt-r.-. *V.'21
Due from Nat ,.i sofa,,, rt ri rx v
read the following account of his very aentan 4.7 lIr.
sudden and sad passing away to another Du, from YStat.*. ,iu as. Ba'.ir. T 3.247 -1
Due from spu r,. -d s --.-r .*e 421. ,': '
e and better world, for such men must Checksndart l -..-r, h .'r, drt '.)
SNoteh of other Na*'']rnaml |arnkp 9'- oil
reach the restful shores in their flight Fraction al Pah- ur'tr.,,, r:ia -;. ar.4.
after the spirit leaves the redy .., cent 42,
L& -awftl. W ,r,, Pe,#r.,I- ar,o, z:
Jacksonville Metroiois, 20: A tell- M- s t i .
gram received from irn ;anrior, Mich., last ,ei.;le,nr,. : -n^. t- -
night cortainred thet ail information i, ,*Ir te-nt ,t, r, it.' or,, .:7."( 'J
I that Irvirng H Welch, one of Jackson-
ville's most enterprisming citizen,. has Tom t-V -I*
Sdiwd att hrii Murnr'r horne there vester- I !AIII.I'I V
day afternoon as the result of a stroke ( u ,pitAl nit',-k a ,,ir' ,r I 'A i)111 i
of apoplexy. V,,- ""r fu'j io,, "
,' r, hl' do l r' ,'- I*r ,* '. a r ,
The r -ws shf',cKc'd h rnariv friends tax ai' l i.;-24 "
hi- 'i .'. ,i. i.suppoJ e dl hir to e-. in #.(xc l- .' l '.ne t unal r r ,'. -.. -',a.,ir,I K s t,'.', (' I
lPt t ho alth I)',- to,,ther Nw.'-t Ilian-I I'. *.;
I '',, tate- I,,. :r I I'.r.,..r- rl' '
r. .-nid rr- \V\ elch ard th,-r .-or, I,.. ,, Tri i i ,,,', I. i. .I.,,I I. rt
'.i ,. ,i ft. .iJ i i.,- i t ,j jl ;g f to p. 'Tfd t I rnlirie-r in M.lw hiu an i. r ,T'wi t, .i,,. a-- .I ', .' .. ,'
'I'w it in th.- e-* f h.,i!;! anTd pir- ( er lshti I .e .I ',
itn. ari rio .nformati I b n,'r r-. -r h -
S I'.'1d here- of rix i:. s ;,: 'i the a l s, al
nwA (<;ir[,f last rin 'h' + '1 ,i *-
.I lr. \ eiV itle ha;' r M.s.i l i Jr, iack onvil!l a Ity o.f .. ,1
for three' years, and l si.,,n -fter hi. col I (;,, i -. ..... ,f hi- h.,' *.-,.,r<.,-l
irin to thick city he toor k h'w.' I rank a a ,itnk, I' l ',-n. Ir i, ' list the alh.,* .ta.t-i.,,nt
('capl tain o.f industry .i I ,. ali-tne inter- ,,' r ,.. I, 'h' *. r. ',.'. ",it ,l '
e.ted in ;ll ;afft irs of i r: ti t to the' city i ,In 7I A", ',.,, t.
anld S.tate. He was a prominent merri- F 1 Lmis,
-'r of the Hoard of Tradl, general mar- (. F I. '
ager of the Southern State's L.Ar,. and ,. l '.?h "
Tirnmiir C(ompany, and director in the. ,f J,,r,# I so
('it ize:s flarIk of Jawk. sonvillt-, and wa.s 1i WHITFIEL I.
also interested in nurnerous other ente-r- ^I" *A I N-. is r 1i1.s
pries. In the Board of Trade he wa.
always active and was chairman of the SIAT[M[NTI 4O THE (ONDITION
committee on forestry He was a thirty 'vl THE
second 'defgrc'e Mason, a leading Shriner.
an Odd Fellow, a Woodrman ofthe World S IAl[ SAVINGS BANK
and a riernner of the Seminole and
country y ('lubs of this citv. 1&1I# AILAHASSF..
As an instant of Mr. Welch's liberal- 1 th siate If i"'r .la i the clos. f ti-in
ity and public spiritedness. The Mettop- "Ir, t" ,. '- t f JJe' l" .;"
olsi was informed to-day that he start- L.i)'i lsi E.
ed seven young men in the banking bus- o,";arnst oI,, ,.*'- 7t 9 W
iness in the Wept, and that four of ,Due friml ncrloroltii.Halri- 19.741 444
these men were now presidents and fi Itta Fetatte, Ftrriisti- ardl Fixture-u 11.,C4 00
three were cashiers of banks in some of (' "Ihan hand 2e.t>( xOj
the Western cities. At one time he Totai t-9\7. i was president of four Western banks, I.IAHILITIES
and retired from this business to take ('a,,tal St sk IAlI ni s 20.i o 00
charge of the large land interests in Surplus and ttrn iilidc< priotits t,e.A 57
Florida, he being a large holder of these Individual dee-'., uljhI t c hec'k 3514.332 47
lands personally. Total Wsi.niM U4
The deceased was 4r5 years of age and STATV or FI,,AsA'
a native of Michigan. The funeral will county of i-. es "
take place in Bangor to-morrow. I. It. C. Whitfilh, ('aihier .if the State Savings
In tle unexpected death of Mr Welch Ba, k (f Tallaias Jacksonville loses a most progressive t veifount on the ay dnn of June
citizen and an honest upright man lie i. t truh e 0 the .noa of my kinowiedaiend belief
took an active interest in public mat- I. (C WHITFIELD,
ters and was a steadfast friend to the C', R O-at Catchier.
State and contributed to its progress << "- (e L-wis.
Mr. Welch wat quite wealthy and wasa ; E. Lzwis.
moat tbenevolent citizen. The sympa- E h lK-wr.
thy of the people goes out to his lse- n fr e me to th d.
reaved family in their irreparable Io. th dayou. ,
$50.00 and 41 2.3 cents. Just note AN ORDINANCE
the difference! Fifty Dollars is what T.i, -rn-i.hi for lhe Ier.nini of cisterns oi rec'ep.
G(;vernor Broward has aid drained ,a, *tair lin.r water, in the city if i Taiiah.aRe,
i an for altlhnhinl anld ]reventing the existernce
Evergl de lands would bring, and he and iof ,re'ihimil plate for rnmoequst.e in the city of
hip Internal Improvement Board soldd in Tallahan.e. State of Florila.
I it ,rdainn d by the C('ity council l of the city
April to one ,i/.eph ./' nn inyg a large of Tallah-se., Fl..iridla:
tract of land clone to the Drainage )is.- S ectstn i It shall te unlawful for any ieeroon
or ieri~rn., rm or corporation to kwp i-r maintain
trict, !.9,)0 acre,. at 41# cent an acre. any rcltern. .open well or water tarrel. or either
and Mr .lernnng made 1a ' profit i'receptac'le where water is kept or collected, within
Sthe corporate limits 'of the city of Tallahaosee,
by reselling in less than a month of Florila. uinlen said etie.rn. otnen well or water
,L ;barrel. or "theor receptabis., shall be thoroughly
$34,*H'i .4c crrenietl witit glalvaniled. cruir bronwedl or rust-
Query: Why didr not this board, who irf wire lrautuze nettingi with a meh formed by
I wirea o nit I-a than eighteen IN MUppolsed to be protecting the people's and it shall kbe unlawful firarny pers-n or ewrarins.
firm or i(.irioratieon toi keep fir maintain on their
interest, make the sale direct to Pal- ,iae rot s,n any prnemise-s within the corprate
grove L[and (Company arild save to the rtlir af thi 'hvy of Tallahassr. Fla.. any gutters
g ro er train soi.i i tin cans or metallic vessels, glais.
people for public improvementM the oeirt htin ir awinen ware. or vessels, broken or
$4 4s *1il made l .11k ~ e D s ',ithe-rwti.. wha re. water is retained for other than
4 ..<+.l m |e Iny M r .hn, if'.i' l)o-1s h(ip.,,, ,ir-ris.orp.. and said tin cans or metalic
not ume funny tranisictioins leak out ""is, a. arthen or w(ioden ware. sr vessels.
i -n ,,. thetfrwi .e, that are cspable if holdinor
from under coue'r onrte und awhile" -,'ai i water for .tther than h',ueihold ijur-
l'so a l t 1 e at orice destroyed i r lai-c availa-
h' Will our I I arid Drari.twi, Iiard l.oii.-l to ,t .caitary wagons for removal. anid after I
kee'p things sO qflet'? |) not hev ''rrv.'val ,v the saniar-y delartrnent they shall be'
hi ,'4- know the people of loriirullm wish to ,nt anrid iltll he M effectually deestroyedl as t.
sicnr mc't r tri isrt.c-rfi? a ter kNc'i rig atie to .cillct anid i retain. 1
know ,rmethin a ahout (heir ratn (ac- th..r.i A nil ii .shall t) unlawful f,,r any ipe-rawen
tanis Ti in'VWsiai>'r lilies and whe'n r fer-ras firm or (arj 'oration to permit any
it get'ts onu to covered up trutpH;uic(lrst, les. n'la.,s. h r..unel nurfaceif their in
as it almost alw sV will d ., the ,,iii-' p '. 5satet limits ut the e t of Tallahasae,
*hIalla l h v i Flhri.a a, all such low plae-e where water coil-
nn i rie 11 i ar. ... a, ,,i. .hal t i th all d..1 nd d-. -




L. 0. FOUSE,



Tallahassee, Fla.


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If you desire bargains in all kinds

of Furniture and House Furnishing

Goods it will pay you to call and look

over our stock of goods before mak-

ing your selection.


I -***

Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


SJ. D. CAY, .. *

Headquarters for first class stock.

If your work is behind do not buy a plug, but
come to see me and buy a Horse or Mule that will
be worth the money after the rush is over if you
should wish to dispose of it.

Have just received a Da r
car load of as handsome B U G I ES
Swas ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.

I carry a line of single and double harness.

J D CAV o140 S. Adams St.
SDo Y Tallahassee, Florida.


See Colins for Clean Job Printing.

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MI> o '


Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little in
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged th
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pockj
or a ladies hand bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money.
want an account with everybody in this vicinity. 1
We furnish one of these ianks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promised
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to
locked and can only be opened by us
You would t& surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house. because there is danger of lose by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October
Rtelow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

iIc~. I

IlOc per day
2ck per day
25". per day
30c per day
50c per dayI
10kc pel day

for 5 years.
for 5 years
for 5 years
for 5 years..
for 5 years.
for 5 years

Ain't deposited.
... ... $1 .50o
469. fiO
S712.f 4L
-- -l,565.tKL. .

Interest earned.
_. $11 14.
22 2
33 42
-. 55.70..-
S . ... 111.40_

Total am't
. ..... $167 64
. 3.3628
S 502.92
. _. M8.20

The capital stock of the savings bank is $2(t,0.t0).iN with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will lw held strictly confidential.
Call and get ont of these little banks while the supply lasts

(Palest .ppm ear)




FIRST YEAR A SUCCESS. Carrabelle News. r.
Carrabelle, Fla., June 13 --('apt. and
Character and Scope of the Florida Mrs. John R. Blocker announce the MILLINERY
College for Women at Tallahassee. marriage of their daughter, Miss Janie
Beatrice, to Mr .David Pies Monroe mln(I
The catalogues of the Florida Female Cooey, on the evening of Wednesday,
College are now being distributed .June ih, 1tWN, at S o'clock, at the FANCY GOODS
throughout the State. This prospectus Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
is a neat booklet of 1211 pages, and sets Mr Cooey has lived in Carralwile twice
forth the many excellent advantages in the past six years. Each time he I)ainty Collars,
which Florida has provided for her held the resiponsilde position as operator Handkerchiefs Laces
girls and young women, for the C. T. & G It R. tC'. Mr. . '
The faculty is composed of twenty- Cooey is now holding a position in Sa- and Embroideries.
one able men and women, and the insti- vannah. (,a., and it is said he and his
tution maintains fourcolleges or schools, excellent bride will in future reside in CORSETS and HOSIERY.
as follows: The college of liberal arts, thatcity
in which all of the advanced branches D,. V 1L. Moor, of Tallahassee, was The Newest Material for
of a high college course are taught, and before the council Wednesday last ask-e ew l or
degrees conferred; the school of indus- ing for franchise for telephone system, Fancy Work.
trial arts, where instruction is given in with long distance connection with Tal-
cooking, sewing, gardening and house- lahassee by January 1st, 11.07. Utopia Wools in German-
hold economics; the school for teachers, Mr. W C McKissack and Dr. E.wn Sa an
in which our young women may te Webb were also before the council ask- town, Saxon and
trained for the highest efficiency in the I ing for franchise for town telephone Shetland.

public school service; the school/ of fine system The matter was postponed l
arts, embracing instruction in all until next regular meeting for further Miss Adele Gerard,
branches of music, such as history, consideration.
theory. voice piano, vialin. pipe organ, The Crescent City didn't make the,
etc drawing and painting, clay mshdel- trip Tuesday; the heavy weathercaumed 149 N. Munroe St.
ing, iher gning ind carving, and tlocu- the failure. The dredge lThos i. eprn-
tion, oratory an(a physical culture. ,oin lost one of the mud scows during
It is quite, certain that no State in the hlow. Capt. .lJohn Shipkey's launch TallahaSSee, Florida.
the South hs pro vided supelrior opllr- '.1 N (Coombs" started up the' river to
tunities fo'r the hitst and highest (Ieve'l- a pllact' of safety; one mile from the _______ _
o iment (it her women than Florida has wharf the engine refused duty and the
done in this college. This is as it vessel was blown ashore. This is a na- TATEMENT
should lie. The best is not toot potI foir jrity of Ithe damage that ICarralbelle. STATIENT
our girls. Women. mrnre than meni. ex- sufre'.ld; $3:,<00 will cov.r tthe entire, Mall, u tr s.:ctVi, Chiaptlerr 111r,. Imw of
crcise thet grtattest influence upoli so- Ios, s tI ltri x <.'.ll..t.'r o1f 17 n .-it h'e s in. un.lit
city and citizenship. The second primary passed off quiet I.% i, io-c lle'~t fe(r Ithe urrntri- ye-nhr li4t a;ill
During the first session of the' ul- yesterday, the only interest taken was Ih**, 'sil,.ir iin '-tti Ih' Kt ill..m I e the pal iral
lege. just closed, there were 205 young for heliresentative. Mr. 1. !'. Rhoad Tital Tax Year 6'i Vt t, 4 ,i ;
women, from as many as thirty-seven iled the ticket here; he received 62 Anmo.iut Iaol lo. t,.1n1ei0. I.. i; si., i!i
counties of the State, in attendance votes and .1. F. 'C Griggs got 41 votes
truly a good showing for the first ear. A car of horses will lie in town Wedt- ltlance,,A I'ITiNMENT'
The ntew cataltogie will be sent olln ni'sl;e y for sale. A livery stable Is (;en ,rall .-v.-i.. w 7.7:T J,
application to the irsiident or secretary talkie' of, and it is much needed Pros- Amn'i ps.I t Jin, Il It'**; :'.. i>.'
of the' college, at rallahasst' p-cttors come here wishing to go in the i, )4; I' "1 3
A N.hIc o ,etountry' to examine lands, bul can't get A,,i lI'mid jeJ,,i, I..i. i,1i4; 4.mw1_
A happy Nother suitable conveyance. All the drays are i: is 'i4,
will see that her baly is properly cared busy and the ones that own horses and I"11. I I 'I(
for to do this a good purgative is nee. buggies have too much need for them Amr tip"'le ,ipJitl. I14'; I ,2 ilm ,)
essary Many abiessuffer fr)m worms to spnre for such tripsC. Firl,, dnel F.1 'Ir ', .77 I.
andi their io others l' Otin't know it if 'I'htl Franklin 'oiinity luni.*er C(' ri1- A" i' t h.elt 1, Me., 1- 1 t' f IiV i 7, .
your baby is feverish andil doesn't sleep panv are -pushing the work on the dry ,,aI n,,,' .'.:,7,. I-
at night, t is troubled with worms. kilns that are to take the place of the, Ain't iriNl, te Ma I-f,. Il-0; 7111 I
White's Creaim Vermiifuge, will clean burned ones. 1 7 ,, 1
out tlese worms in a mn!ilM, ,ileesaant Senator A J. A Iford went up to Craw- ,,., ,,,I ,, ,,M 1- i< -**i 7
way Once trl' always used (iv it I fordville last week to get luminer for his a yu G etM
a trial I'rie' v 25 rents Sol 1 by all I pl ing mill. Mills here aret too far
druggists. behind with their orders. Alt-i.: V T. C 1,
...The I e islt re if I'. % Mr A F Mahontey has Ibought Mr. ie,.,, Ci, ti. loop rt. I l.oi n Ciii rst Iierd .n t Juric'
The Legislature f 17, o.rwhelme11 i i.. Mattair's interest in theta Mattuir i ** ,'4*
as. it will le. with imnlortanit State iI- Irug 4 oup:;ny. In the future it will Slheriff'l ale.
sues, should devoitt' at least ipart f its I ontlducted by Mr. Mahoney as **Ma- iTN lKr ANH 1Y V inTi; Oi AN E-XE.i-I
time toithe situationn. TIhe' fac is alinost universal illy ", .hSi.i l Jutilici.i l ir.oi.t o. f iortdhal in mi ed for ith.
c.o,nc..etde that the 1 l.nsilin roll i,eitls r,. Unkt ow a Friends. I. "l f, ,,;i, ,,, ,., n,.llu^ l .flit 'h."l ..
vision, and there appears no li- no ioublt I rl iare man ieo le who have use il Mr t.rt .-i A if, .-.tI;ln, l.n i hv.intiff ui n aI M.
vth i,,n, at t he hr,, a ut '1r0-n, ,, n uiT ioir.e-mar n y petll. ,1 w hii0 have- u-w d MO-1 l ".'rit,.Ik ,. lf.'i,, nt I. Ihay.v I.vit ul,. ,n --ml
that the pi sioln bureau s liiu l l' r.- 'h anit,erl, n' O (tillc, ra :mid iira I wil ll` li'h' l 0" *.ai'ey 'efoe 'o* ouit ria rln
I fr t t ei r i t ho ,, nie 1 r hu ih... r, i l I11 ii t it t it Ti lhiii....* i e.ait t, 0 -111.
movel froni the charge' f tbt e oii l rt.a e.niedy with S hi|l u lid l results. y. e it.- h., i r ..d r rn im ihe lil .ay
trnl ofr and pl;elti uilder th, .ilrl It lut who art' unknown tecaiu-. th lh.v hlt<- July. A ,i I. iItw.on thh..ehir. e,ft ii '.l'k
tion of a Mconaissioner. Many worthy h isilat,. a .ut giviiiir a t-stimonial of r lt r,", l.."f M Mi' 1 .#.the' i a 11 ,14iol .'-hi
veteran are lnow ileth:rrels fromthe rtlic- their experience for puihl'altion These it.. ,,tf i.I N.. 4 m lie it ,.rthwo".-l idit"il> of
ipating i thes i I..ttlils of ntheI pe ih n lt lllopl, however, are none, the less K sl t y ,ie .. ..d f.llw..s t,.iwl n...rinni.,i
laws, while smie, at least, and perhaps frindsof this reme., l. The h v ye, onine a ,. lit-' ,', i i ',,f t ,',r ,t il II., rut l,-.
miany. are' un lawltilly v ira ing l tenIsi i . I i tewar l mi nakilii it a h iusasPhld ,,,i ni .. I ,. .* .1. 1e.. ', ..i itd .i in'h...a
-St Augustine I'coird. word by their i'-r.onal r.'cornin tnda- lI #' .I.i .1 I,, 1 .nIatpd fnl inche.- lei the
The Very Best Remedy for Bowel tioirs to friends andl neig'lhitis. It is a d,'lhiA.S H KINS.
iTtble. oixl meeliinei too halve inn tile home and 14 ,i, Sho.ntif ,fi.Sld ,uitl
TreolIe. as widely known fr its curesn of diar
Mr M. F. Borroughs, an old ;anil well rhoea and all linras of bowel trouble Notice of Pbitcabltle.
known resident tof lluffton. Ind s .ty'. Fr sale lby all druggists. 4PAerllif'NfI f THK iNTr lrmo.
'** regard Chamnberlain'.s Colic, I hole.ra l.Awii (r"" I A' AIN""VII.I. I I.A .
and Diarrhoa RPReedy as thi very t.est liHon. W. A. Rawls and in, who N May.. ', 14. 141,11n-
retmedy for b-wel trouble, I tiakl, thi- sl int a few tlays in thte city the guPets nairrii .. tik.-r ha.,tile nonieiof hi. initperolorl tip,
statement after having used the re'med f of IIr. and Mrs. Blhwcker, left this morn- make shali .rf- .'use lport f hiuclsm. and that
in my family for several ynirs. I ain ang for Tallahassee. Pensacola News, -wN.if wil l "-nade- bee, ,"lerlk C.ircUiit"", urel
never witbout it." Thia roetql Is al- June 9th. Ft. Whalle'. ';'irltatn fear thi heins if Mari,
most sure to be needed befoe Sh sun- Among the prominent visitors to t.*A A ,t.."l. (fN Is'i. E NT llp Fa, 2 Hil.
mer is ever. Why nA buy It W'l andl ;ainesville yesterday we're l'in R. E. t t
be prepared for lscbu a emergency'.' Rose, of Tallaha.see. State Chemist, He nrame' the r..ii-win witneee p., ,rive hi.
For sale by all druggi.ts. ari l)r Andrew Sledd. of Lake ('ity, r',,""." ,".i.. i '". M1" u amtd ultlvaton -of
president of the lUniversity of Florida. Am., Ai..,,i'r,. I m 'rno irh. Y A Shouher ,if
Call on F. M. Brumby and let him The latter, it in understood, came to N-ewi..rt. is I A Cary o.fTanllaas.ow. F1ia
surprise you at the low prices he will rent a house, prepanrtory to removing w. Ro'.*.,,,.
give you in new and second-hand Furni; with his family here. as the next session
ln ahnd housold lippUe a. 2-tf of the University will convene in Gaines- Sanitary Plumbing inspires KgXd
Subaribe to The True Democrat ville. Gaineuville Sun, 12th. health. ee Phillips & Simpoon. 14-tf



Repair Work a Specialty.

AL Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranted.

S. *and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
5,' Thiring teams from us. If you're not
aeeusitomedl to much driving, no doubt
tour prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
J. P S. HOlSTOIIN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


Old -Kemper Livery Stables.


" TO 100 N. MONROI ST.



~wm'ind.Wail laelow raa
"N.'s #.ak. Lt*1eI

~1CnEnMATL 0.
S..Ip~.d aaP...Fee" ii e ow e-
ow %golM will mpg&"u"a
"a Id
Sim ;Wlooa.o'

B. C.


54 N. #4ONR'PASA

Edwards. Son & Co..

City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.

Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats.
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
--*-* C and cleanest the market af-
W I L L I A M S, fords call us by phone, 169,

AdmislestrMr' Notice.
NO-r;IC IS HI"KKBY GIVKN To AI.. iateer, legat e.. dustributeen and all |wraoisi.
ha Inu clainis o r demariands inst the ietate of
Mary J MeMahoe. deceased. to of 4 Lmei county,
F'kwuria. toresi t mu-h claims Ir denanda to the ,
underseurmd within two years from thin date
niherwie amnm will be fworevr barred. Thin sisMt
day of May. A. li 1Wg

Administrator rum tmItanmnto anexor uf the Ka-
tat* or ary J. McMabon. June 1. lw-1. 14-st

or visit

our stalls in the

See' J. I) Cay when you wish to buy
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
will give you the best at the closest
prices. 51-tf
F M Brumby will save you money
ii new and second-hand Furnmiture. tF
See John Collins for Job Priatda.

L 11

t iesat eee ser I

v losesqws



JOUN Co. COLLINS, fblsher. Florida has lost another good and THE
useful citizen and business man, and
PUBLINHED EVERY FRIDAY MwRNING. every citizen who nad met and become Frst Nat Ional ank
.Anexcellent . "t ., acquainted with Mr Irving H. Welch. AT TAILAHAssFr
An excellent report from the King's who was promintly connected with a in th,.t... of L,,rlA. at h.e ,.lA-.r tuJArIe.
Daughter wan crowded out of this number of Florida business affairs, a .1,,v i-th, \Il.
sue because so much space had been de- genial, whole-souled member of frater- L,,' rK. ..
voted to good radn convention, etc nalorganizationsthe.JacknvillEh Board t,, ., ,and d ,, ,i n ,r ..I. '*.
Why sell I. I.lands in April for 414 of Trade, social club, etc hut who U H. B'nd.*, ... .'r ; a. d,
cents when the Governor and his drain- will feel sad and grieved when they Banking hr,.. i rr;,' .r ,, rri dit ,r.- 1 '*1; %,
Du* from N t r lit r, t r o'-4r.P
age board say their Everglades land read the following account of his very agentsO r., 1 1.1
will be worth an'd bring SO9, per acre? sudden and lad rpasing away to another Du fro., i ,,r.t ar; ,,.; 67,7 :.
The 414-cent lands are down near the and better world, for such men must (ChekaMwl.s .m .*rn. i.'
_Notes of other Nist-irih l Haroki I .: o i
Everglades, too. reach the restful shores in their flight Fracti,,alp iva irr-r.',, r,. m; ar,
IThat l, r, ,, ,I t i', ard ha after the spirit leave- the ,odvy ( :'o i'., 14; 42
That I ri Kt njlli /ni Isnt rif Board has IF I' I' d 4 r ,r .. ; z.
ii. L hu Jacksonville Metro.oioli. 21 : A te"- *.o- v *
gone and old other ig chunk of I. I. gram received from Iangr. Mtich., last A'r 4 1
XRI emrihm,ton f .r,,- I T' .' Trfa-,r-r
landnat 411 c-nti an acre, and governorr night contained the adtia information r, 'r .cent ,A ,r t".' r
Broward say-is Everlladel lands will that IrvirK 11 Welch, one of Jackson-
sure bring $74 per acre. The 41#( cents ville'sM most enterprising citizen., ha 'ta -
landi in t drainage trict, died at his summiner home there venter- I IAhI. II IF;
landds i in the rain.,editrnct to,, and d aft,.rrn,,n as the result oif a stroke (ap.ita k s im,, ,, 5 ,,." ,,t
a man named Jennirnci thought arid .e- of pipxlexv. .'.,.11)lj' li,,.l ii.' ,
d ther i I 1 'ilvii I l rw ' -o ,_ r -'r i-r --
sold the I The n Tallahassee iii without a da : rit.w w ,i t h' ath i, tio.d m l t 1 ,h- 1,iN lb r ,';.+,r*t. 'I' I "
-1 t h t aIt h;tj Ah t '.r .,. +; ,r- .1 .
patw r, but if it remriairol that v.., i t V Ill .. r. ,,rn l M r W e|h.h ar.ed t:.'.r .Or, II,.. t., Tria i., r ( ,r i ,.... . rr 'o.
be the fault of her ('itizerji. .J hi *; ',,'l, ft ,J. t ., J'hrGii Jt.a,'ut tinre we; k. Blris :. ,4'1 '
Collins, of the True I emocrat,, p r,'- to agto to, .-peri th, Moniorner rin Michivan, ,t',1 ,' -' .' i t"
establish a daily if given proper 1up- 4j it t rio th, nfl tr'i f '-Ih an.o spir- I It I n.arri no ;nf rr tnT t,(n ro,. Coaohw-r rh. -,, P'l
port, and the kind of weekly he pu>- v, ."id here ,,f rim ill; ,.ss ,,a i th e s .
ltihes in an earnest that the daily wouidl newA i n. liast r. jg -#a i L t t ., -
be a journalistic liv wire I.akelarnl Mr. Weih ri hal r m.,i, 1 ir;.lacks rn.'v!le ,, ry ,, .,,,
News for three years, and ',,,.ra after hi- ,orin- 1. (,., ., ,, .. *. ,,
W ill it pay t er g in to this 'ity he tolik hw 1 rank as a pitMi,. p 'i,, 'I.... ,I 1 *.tlt itn .ilte,,,ii
W ill it pay to p rl gr roney on ( tain of u tr, ;, .l I,. art inteir- t,* i. I
Everglade drai nage when thr- Internal estedl in iil a;ffirs of i,en, tit to the city i .nr A I'ra.'.i nt
Improvement iouard will sell ,oodl ari State. He was a prominent mern- F l.i..
I. I. lands now at 114 e,,irnt an acre. aer of the oHard of Trade, general manr a *. t ,,-.
must ne-a St, r oh'f the Southern States .Amrd a'nl ,, , 'i i . ,,,. , 0 ,. .- .'t' ,'i
They surely muit nred worne ready cash i tmer (,mlany, and director in the' o0 J,,r,.. I', .
too carry on operations, or perhaps I.e- ('itizor. itan k Jfacksonville, and wai.s I WHiTHIFIlIi.
iral Adviser W S. Je.nnirgm ne.dIdl an alit, interested in numeroiis other enter- '.A I N,..'.>. i, ...
Installment on his. $5,11n0 per year. al.- riets. In the Board of Trade he wa
falwavm active and was chairman of the+ STAI[M[ST Pf 1TH EO DITIO0
ary; but why should Mr .h nn,,,ni (not committee on forestry He wasa thirty ,o THE
William Sherman) have tbeen allowed to second degree Matnon. a hladinl Shriner.
make that $34,98 :34? Whydid not the an (dd Fellow, a Woodrrani ofthe World S fAl L SAVINGS BANK
board get that $1., or. still better the and a meniter of the Seminole anid (oF 'TIALLAHA.,SEF
country y (']uts ,of this citv.
$1.26, per acre that some Monroe county As ar instant tof Mr. Welch's liberal- ,h ,t. f F,',,. 4,t 1.1,- r b,.,t
citizens would have paid? Things do ity and public spiritedlness. The Metrop- ,.' i,., ;; ,1', ,,r J.i.. x.,
move funny sometimes with them great olhs was informed to-,'ay that he start- i '.'( is Fs
and powerful boards, ed '.e-ven young men in the banking bu- ,ida and, ~tka is i.o oi
ine'm in the West, and that four of Due from liiiiror*i.a| aiirikY 1,74 t44
And Gov. Broward has gone way up these men were now presidents anid Rel Estate, Fioirniteani. n F ixture 11.s,4 4ie
in Michigan to make ae peeh.h Wonder three were cashiers of banks in nome of (' uh*",' hand CO-.XSi I
if he touched on his drainage scheme?-- the Western cities. At one time he Total (.;7,i4 t4
Lakeland Hun. was president of four Western banks, I.IAuItIITIES
It in just probable he( did, a it seems antd retired from this business to take (' Caital tilck ,a.,l in t 210JI. 0
charge of the large land interests in Surplun anrd t'rii.tidll ,,ptitr ,."', !57
he has gone wild in his great mind on Florida, hebeing a large holder of these Individualdelg', iubjait to che(kk 3ni.332 47
his drainage scheme. HSems he thinks lands personally. Total Sair7.IM4 u4
the people elected him not to stay in t he The deceased wax 4r1 years of age and STATr or Fi kIIA.. ,
executive office, but to gad about over a native of Michigan. The funeral will (iunty o.f Lt .i
taske place in Bangor to-morrow. I1. C. Whittlildi.(t a.hi.r if the State. Saving
his own State and other territory speech- In the unexpected death (of Mr Welch Bank ofTallarian.ati-, F'la do oriemnly swear that
l the batove statenrvent (if the condition( of aid Bank
making. Almost always on the go, Jacksonville loses a most progressive at the 'lf. of lunes .,n thea21 day of June
with very few days in his office. citizen and an honest upright man lie iasi. is true. a, thri. Itr f my kntwileireand belief,
-... took an active interest in public mat- it C WHITFIELI.
Are the Drainage Czarn no hard up terms and wan a steadfast friend to the (<,.A.,-A ^,,'.., a'h ier.
thus early in the game for cash to con- State and contributed to its progre ss (;,, Ltwis.
Mr. Welch was quite wealthy and was a ,; :. l-,:wi.s.
tinue operations, that they can afford mo'st tnevhle t citizea. The andwas- itG I .r.w,..
to sacrifice I I lands at 411 cents an thy of the people topen out to hn le- n, rector,.
Swthre o1- t, aridsr ablorrdeai hewf4re me this th day
acre? Gentlemen, have you some more reaved family in their irreparable lOsso ,f, J1,,,. H"-,
of the same kind you wish to let off at NEI.LIE ASSTerr.
nuch rid'ihul,.sy lin r i 's If so. TAT RECENT LAND SALE. INA. 1 Notary Pui
advertise it, and we'll sell our ol and try and get a small chunk At any the difference! Fifty Dollars it what To, ro,, r,,r th.e rreenmin of cisterr, or re('e,.
rate, it would look Ietter next time to aGovernor Broward has said drii.led tat i.on ,lilrtir water, in the city itf Tallsha..p,
and f tr alwiihiring antli pr.-ventinlr the e'x,"tvt'ce
advertise to the world I hat you had no Everhlade lands would bring, anad he and of br.-aiing place, fr m.qiutowe. in the city (tf
many acres yoiu would mell for 30 or 41l his Internal Improvement Board sold in Tallahamso.s Stat.eof Floroia.
lie it ardlainetl ity the ('City (Council of the city
cents an acre, and give all the land April to one Jto.rphi .'nnin~js a large of Talhahae'..-, Florida.
buying bloys a little chance at them. tract of land close to the IDrainiaie h i- lrectin I it hall i*- unlawful for any i.erston
yor tp4rri, firm or corporation to keep. or maintain
That would bIe Raction of the kind from trilt, 95,94) acres. at 414 cents un a'-re, any < e.terri. i.'en well or water barrel. or other
under cover, and Mr ./hinnIrmpo mt ade ('lean profit rj eitacle where water a kept or collected. within
i tne iorptra.rate limits of the city of Tallahaasee.
. .. ---- ......- --. hby reselling in less than a month of rida., utilesi aid eistc-rn. open well or water
SteMgrapby. ,* airrel. or -ther rwreeptahel., hall be thoroughly
S. i .4 rr t with iralvanised, ro,|e-ir bronsed or rust-
Parties desiring steno(Krsphic work Query: Why did not this board, who prt "- gauze nettinir with a mesh formed by
done can be accommodated by applying wires, f rt i le.o than rhittn to Ml4 C'(ONTA. Othice at Gilmore & is suippotied to be protecting the people's and it shall ie unlawful ftrany s ra.n or iaroin.,
Davis Co. 's hardware store.. 17-tf interest, make the sile direct to Pal- l fr or nanory ton eemp i mwiin tinhe norptrte
grove IliandCompy a sti d aMVe to the Ianuits of the' itta of Tallahasiwe, Fla.. any guttern
Mr Samuel Allen Mantorn. a boy 1 (trmpay d ave to t ,rain itnres. tin cans or metallic vessels, irlats.
well known throu hout the northern people fo.r public improvements the corthen or w Sotherwi .. h, re* water is retained for other than
part of Florida, arnd eMpecially in Tallia- $34.A :4 ralnde by .Vr..r nIn I)et's hoii...iai rsep. and maid tin ran. or metallic
haisee, atame home Friday from (Grant not some funny tranmuctiori leak iout vesel,...i ,.rr. earthen or wr.ttin wari e or v.sel,.
niverit Chatitano where he hn ',....n ,r..irwis... that are' ragale if ho ni
Tniverity,, ('hat tano aigi, 'where' he ha. fr irP u fiomu under oultr ionce arld while" ''r retail a water for other than hoiupeholdl tur-
fen purtUinigf Work Ilading to hle de- ji se'.i. stall ae t orca' ,lestrayea oir ilacn l avalia.
agree He reports a very favorable Why will our I I anld I)rain.age lh ardc t l t,,h. unitaryy waBons for remosl. anl after q
yea HanMI' mufinnly Inie shinens forth keep things so quiet? [hDo rnot they 1dI""""n".vn the mtiajry *heaartmen)rt they shall t .
'.1 1f innr*'-liately either by hury iig .'r liurn-
hke a plenrdid stunset from behind some know the people of Fl'ridia wish to rn, arnvi ll 1m tI Mie ea'tuaiiy raiestroye.l a. to
stir w ig ics v if 'uc s'ui ii phitaliw. ki' re'ert C water ieagng able to a'ai,,le t nd tiw retain. ?
l rrd w le r ; *,f fV th +|*1lil^ W )1^ klnow -n"reth"e aei nit their transac ,r, Ans t shall i. unlawful ,.'r any tierrn,
us only ,r a f. w week. t<"' Th.. newspaper dree. and whrn ,m.i.r* ",.:,ratn ito i'rlt any
it lets uin to coave-reld Up t rianiscit'tion r ,*omlit ,+i, 'ha irrund urfme.1of their i, rennsiea in
If you knew the' value of i ('hanmlter- us it almost alwa s will dh. the puctblc "' I ",- ',,n ,.,ar e l'imit. af the ity of Tallah.ssw.
lain's Salve vyiu woul1' never wish to he shall have- it ti. aila,, la"1',..whl a as h:h er, ll wa r wl-n
without It. H ,ere alire i.itne oaf the dim- lu w. I.nnuth accrumulaltn'i o'f water are large
eases for which it tI e|'sletclly vahliuable: Acleat Rome. as Ii tI. I a' 'f large a-ndrotr lake. innapalel aof
Hore nipple. Chhppd hands. burnn. is now merely a memory of the pJilt, hrf .fait lt asll timle from the firt ay 'f
frost lbitl,.. chlhiiIin. I hrl, a otlic ore e'yev's. Baliard' Snow I.iiment in the' fail Ma o i h. i r, npt day 1 tst wr of eahh and every
itching piles. tetter, .tilt rheum naid liniment of the twentieth center,' A r k'-,e, the sirfa'e af the Water thereiroided
xernM c '*i r u '~r l>. I', t a crt irin. h ker.a..*r.F rr crude-oil,. a jint aof cit hr to every
ecs em 1 uric'... c 'r F r ,litiv cture fur rheumatlurtn, |lurli.. r,,,r h ,, I i.r Iesi utare f at f wa'er urface.
sale by al diriggists cuts, fprain. neuralg'ia. ett' Mr. (' and .shail aily it every fiftn 15ii day)' dunirng
There are noiw 47 ctnrlnlattes for I;.v- i Iunvyon. Stanberryv. Mo., writ e: '' ter.n ft,,m the first ia, ',f Ma to th' first
ernor of Florldn. ex pre i and implieil have u'ed Snow Lintrnet for rheuma- '\, tal .nihl for taiye wr.n or perwmn. flnrm
O(e thinf lc'rtain the next governor r tisnm ar all pair I can't say enough ," covn-iar an to, permit any damp or shadel
of Fhnria t ill hut lut any drainage im its praie Skl iv hall drugg,.ts. 1t... .,t r"l r"t uatht-r v rret t,
niapM into cir '|i'llti .r 'ti a n ^ aig the' 0ane'. a,-,t tuto their l,remileeor in the |Toxinity of tny
deluded but orw 'a tIe' aitake voters lmon't take our woird for it, but coam''r, we'la the t ornism a lm'it o Tamnpa Tribune anti ,ee fir yiurealf, anl you will admit ", Tal'ahs-.e. Plaorid. tut all urh l a'ce. .hail
that we are leaders of low lirit-c's, t. t>l" nd dry *

Will Cre Consumptilon. Tallahanie Mercantile, co. ,,tsa'lor- ,terns ortanks um : hy Ilundritr
A. A. Herrarii. firc'h, Ark.. writes i ilher iuiii' wa h houi '., r.'r shall it aply to.
"Foley's Honey andr Tlr i the ,.,t For est. th, slar hnedi. if water containingm fah
preparation for coughs. sldas and lung A comfortablee ;-rtnn cottagee. with t.etIloa The M oro.fthe city of
trouble. I know that it has cured co kitchen and tauth renm, within r. ~ ,e Iv heant he .s re als dir.'etf 'd emlow-
sumption in the firmt stialea.." You if Leon HMotel. ltenrt $16.illI per month, man h ten the first lay sf Mav ard Ihe irAt
never heard of r niv aine tili ng F(lav 'i Appl tio . ofr (>ite.t r i. aithwno ePr a rav )' e r i n*"r, s t
Hone arnd Tar and not bi atsifi'.l. --t HlWARI, I AMBL" ,,f'th thi malicealice are carried.d i Wria pe:i'f,,meal
Sold y' all dealers -- -- -- -:--- :- I ant p I I.. the cuty ,f the aid ..rp r. ,
*I i. i ei' .1(11 i, in ii, It iin I tli "-, l llf satti, ll| l t a hd R.l, an rr i r e.piiot re~(crt to the Maysor, in ilr ir of
i't slll, s thai finr' stla ll i' il.,loilt .r ilore lthiar ,1,1 all lioen.... not in the 'ond ,ti i.n m %. h;,
See ,ru b I hil ti'.l- i|t la1 i. i1'. ,r a|.- il ro.,1 'i,,l t I theI n l -rilin ,, i r i,,r l.i -tee ted h dat h-s. t a', i. n..r"
If yu wish iant y kind of I nlririturt He i n r.iit' at )JaI fa. r not ai,,,e tha. a I i, at'h t.allas.. the I i. ir.Ih.l.e'wte.l are P.' ... a,.ant.
ll r i oth the fine arilnih l pr at t at thl" ., e" ana l d .- r to the4 prrmls.' "n loee" e':* er
has JU t addel{-! a nice i new l t aind ii I rll ,,r h. tM i,. ,- ..I.i% A- is i' .ks. ra 1, to t rer tsU14 mini ,.- ,...r
sell you at price K o low it will ci.t.n, h aS o-,1'. 1'itt ', Any' .- ari.o,r i ire-. f i*la 1 a. t',i ha ll ir)%t the .' n,n t ". o .." .. m
yoU. AlO call onl him for al ll ais of tf nan.,e whio h 'ln.flet si ny wal y my 8 th, 10r t sA ' -hal re rit e th e aihn .'ll ,4f ei.. ,,a
general repai'illa Hglld an iiik.ila I r lr an.* art he,.l. t.o|ial l Ii "i"' *-' ..a di hther ,t r no t a c -trn t. 'i ,' ,,n
r'aa.,0 h) it,,, i',ti It4 1114, I Mm 24th. i.s., -a.t ',,'5l ', s. Kmii the cnfi' ti n i 'I".' .,, I?',r
amith work. .I f '"" *t "r i^" '" "W'' 'ha camtsH .n t'I *" nt .
'nftH W l 'A''U Mo l ft4H. Il. ihere ,
SA'testt, ent aI' ( c4ptl. ,,, S 4 Any l&tsle- A ar lr no t lr or ii ,r ,
Phillips & Simp, i,,'s I'lumn bit, Shop la 'I m i., a w I ..I AM t('iv, l rat .. ,- n rui thsm the troate ini:. of th..
and S ow io(ieiiu oppl, o te city market A .ppa.r.l,. Mas "',th Ioi I. In, f i ,hmaeF,. Fihrida. what a;, n. ,'i t t
14Itf i,, | I (I.MN E Ma ,, r.,-. i ,, i withthe term n. anil ie t ., .i ,
14-tf h W,, ., at..i a lo" ll bedaeeniaudiruil it f i'. a,'.l

D. I. A. C. E. L.
Something New. Look Into it.








L. 0. FOUSE,



Tallahassee, Fla.


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J.i'. 'vJ [J . TlHIUS




In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering
Special Bargains.

If you desire bargains in all kinds
of Furniture and House Furnishing
Goods it will pay you to call and look
over our stock of goods before mak-
ing your selection.


Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


... J. D. CAY, * *

Headquarters for first class stock.
If your work is behind do not buy a plug, but
come to see me and buy a Horse or Mule that will
be worth the money after the rush is over if you
should wish to dispose of it.

Have just received
car load of as handsome B U G G I ES
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harness.

J D fAY 40e s. Adams St.
J A 9 Tallahassee, Florida.

--Sw I -for C.eah--ob

See Colins for Clean Job Prilting. 4

NOW ,-

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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
* you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is ,,f a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies hand hag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us
You would &b surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything But place it with us and it Is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Itelow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

loc per day for 5 years.
20( per day for 5 years
2?w' per day for 6 years.
3Mk per day for 5 years.
50c per day for 5 years.
10(c pel day for 5 years

Ain't depositod.-
39 1.25IN
7t92. 5A4I
11565.00- -

Interest earned. Total am't
$11.14. ..... ... $16764
22 28 . 335.28
27.85.. 419.10
33142 502.92
W O. .. .... 8M.20
.... 111.40... 1,676.40

The capital .tock of the savings bank is $-,'.(M.iM) with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts




- .,Fy' W n 1n

FIRST YEAR A SUCCESS. Carrabelle News. r.
Carrabelle, Fla., June 13 --Capt. and
Character and Scope of the Florida Mrs. John R. Blocker announce the MILLINERY
College for Women at Tallahassee. marriage of their daughter, Miss Jame
Beatrice, to Mr ,)avid Pies Monroe .lrn(
The catalogues of the Florida Female Cooey, on the evening of Wednesday,
College are now Ieing distributed June 21)th, 1tN4), at 8 o'clock, at the FANCY GOODS.
throughout the State. This prospectus Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
is a neat booklet ,of 124) pages, and sets Mr Cooley has lived in Carraltelle twice .
forth the many excellent a:uvantages in the past six years. Each time he Dainty CollaIs,
which Florida has provided faor her held the responsible position as operator Handkerchiefs, Laces
girls and young women. for the C. T. & ( It K. C'o. Mr. L
The faculty is composed of twenty- Cooey is now holding a position in Sa- and Embroideries.
one able men and women, and the insti- vannah. (;a., and it is said he and his
tution maintains fourcollegesor schools, excellent bride will in future reside in CORSETS and HOSIERY.
as follows: The college of liberal arts, thatcity
in which all of the advanced branches Dr W L. Moor, of Tallahassee, was The Newest Material for
of a high college course are taught. and before the council Wednesday last ask- The Newest Material for
degrees conferred; the school of indus- ing for franchise for telephone system, Fancy Work.
trial arts, where instruction is given in with long distance connection with Tal-
cooking, sewing, gardening and house- lahassee by January Ist, 19t17. Utopia Wools in German-
hold economics; the school for teachers, Mr. W C McKissack andt Dr. E. 'P. town Saxonly and
in which our young women may be WeI were also before the council ask- n
trained for the highest etliciency in the ing for franchise for town telephone Shetland.
public school service; the school of fine system The matter was postponed
arts, embracing instruction in all until next regular meeting for further Miss Adele Gerard,
branches of niusic, such as history, consideration.
theory, voice, piano, vialin, pipe organ, T'he Crescent City didn't make the
etc drawing and painting, clay model- trip Tuesday; the heavy weathercaused 149 N. Munroe St.
ing, der'gning ian carving, and elocu- the failure. The dredgeI Thus iH. Hern-
tion, oratory uan physical culture. ,|on lost one' of the mud scows during
It is quite certain that no State in the blow Capt. .John Shipkey's launch Tallahas ee, Florida.
the South his Ierovided superior oplo1"- ...J N ( 'oombs" starteti up the river to
tunitie's for the. lcest and highest devel- a place, of safety; one mile from the _
lo|ment ot her women than Florida has wharf the engine refused duty and the"
done in this .college. This is as it vessel was blown ashore. This is a ma-TAT NT
should bie. The best is nhot txoo gwpol for jority of the damage that Iarrabtell.e STATEENT
our girls. Wornen, nt re than men, .ex- sufferedel; $~,O <) will ever the entire. MaIe, M ',tl in :f,3. 'ha telu r 41i1.. If.w* i f
ei',rsll. ~|Ihwdial tlce' mIut lt *'f latee.' eharKrwJ
ercise the' greatest intluenie 'upiio s lo- hiss tI, l i Tlux c city and citizenship. The second primary passed off quietly 13 I.e Pnl elte.d f.Dr the c'urreritI 1i4wi, amil
During the first session of tie toul- .yesterday., the oily' interest taken was ,, l;im.,t-ro'innio'i ,,il f the .a. h. the *. ,'veral
lege, just closed, there were 205 yelling for Relpresentative. Mr. ). I'. Rhoad Ttal T. X Yeuar I**,-. si7.',t''
women, from as many its thirty-seven led the ticket here; he received 6;: A.mouint IpaI tJ.lcii.o I.e, iP.O WI.fil
counties of the State, in attendance' votes and .1 F. C 4;riggs got 41 votes ..
trulv a gKood showing for the first year. A car of horses will he in town Wed- Balan"ce l't'rNM'.N' ;
The new catalogue will Ibe sent oln nesday for sale. A livery stable is ;.nerl .'venu.e, s 7,7:4 r.,
application, to Ihe# president or secretary talkeil of, and it is much needed. Pros- Arn't tai ti .i.nI,' It i Pi r; iIr'J
of the col ege, at rallahassee 'i'ectors come' here wishing to go in the 1, i.l cm6t
.. ..p Mo.. country to examine lands, hut can't get Am.t l'aed tkJer I'.1. I'Oei 4.1 '
A Happy Nother suitable conveyance. All the drays are i:P niesit,
will see that her haby is properly cared busy and the ones that eown horses and i.ii 1.3..41 IN)
for to do this a rgood purgative is nec- buggies have' too much need for them An'pa to),, Jii-1.i'es 111 I.211;I d (01
essary M any ibies suffer from worms to spare for such trips. el F.,fi.tire'. f,77 1
and their niither''.s a ln't kno lw it if 'IThe Franklin (eCou ty lunlum er Coil,- Am't ,i, I', M. I-M It W. I '0i 7.,
your hatly is feverish and doesn't sleep pany are pushing the work on the dry lat, arm,,il nri',,e. .r ; V,
at night, it i, troubled with worms, kilns that are to take the place of the' Am in't pi ,to Mpa 1-,. i 7111 ,,
W white's remainn Vermi fuge' will eletan burned ones. s.,.. sh,.. ., Nn, 7 77 1MI
out thie'se' w rms in ia mil, pleasant I Senat., or A J. Alford went up to('raw- .M,,, i,ei, ,I,, M;ie 1.1 NI. '1l 2:
way O(nce trie a trial I'rice 2 'ents Sold by all planing mill. Mills here are too tmr i ;fl rr,,
drurgists. behind with their orders. Ate,.,: II T. l 2 t.,
... . Mr A lF Mahoney has u l ught Mr. c i,.', eir,,n it r. l..n ,,u y l 1t."lkI,. June
The Legislature oi f l;eC7,l erwhelmniel II L. Mattair's interest in the Mattair iH i'I,
as it will ihe with important State is- Drug 'Con'pany. In the' future it will shrlff's sal..
sues, should devote at least a part of its t. conducted by Mr. Mahoney aeA "Ma- 'M TNITk ANIi IY VIkHTIII: (l F AN 'XE'II-
time tothe consileration of the lienision honey 's IPharmacy." 1 -S. ii4i,. .-ul *., tf 'the ('erris C'.rl ,if al h
situation. "tie' fae't is altneMst universally\ .e'ernd J .'i<'lC ud l ir Ci ,'tll )f Fliri. in in d fe ,or fthe
conc -led that the ,elnsi on roll nieedss r,' Unhaown Friends. i"'' .t'I,'^I.f i,,, Al,,, e i,.its caa. in.tifan ler'M..
vision. andi thlre appears no I e noi t u 'f he'l e are imanvy pe'IiIe' wheo hae u-se'J Mre<'o.,mrnee ,i .,h fn.itnt. I have I.-vwd up n and
that the' plne imn bhureaitl hi ult i l r lt e n.,ha ..rln 's < lie', h c,,lerle :i.1 liar will *11 at iu ,iii, ', .y lfo.,re the. ,.,unilty .urt
u f ) iaa ntwr m l 0 1 ,1 1 h moved front the charge o th' e oi"i >ll rho a remedy with spi ndlile r ite.-U y; h ,, her. hi v. l... ,-it ,h ft.r .an h |.m, ,-i tK toe .,layn
tri lhor and c placed unl'r thae jurilot but who are unknown becMui..e th.y lhave. ,, Juliy. A 1 I'l.l .tw..en th'haIur..f 11 ,e.''k.-'k
tion of a colmm soner. Many worthy hesitatled ailw t glivn,, a t..tinonial of l ." ,, "' I' ,,e- h .ts#-un de.,,tt ,'r.ehlf
veterans are now 'e-barrl from in mrti- their experience for publication 'l'he-se prl ,,f 1r ,0 t, th. n,.rthwo-.. i lwflii ,f
ipating in th,' Hnefils of the pension lolh. however, are none the less ie .l i. '. ',e- e r.ll.,w e. ,t luhnn. i
laws. while sloen', it least, and el-rha, hi rme h v haps friends fthiv ,e ne : l. ^ .l ', aerth ,,.. .. I he-fgee oo. runthet etk
many. aret unlawfully (drew in r eMniSioii. li m chl t ward inakilI.' it ; i hio$soit eld4 i,,i ,,ie ll'I,., In.,.. ,e i,.l f, ut c it 1 .ex ,i nhm
- St Augustine Record. wcrd y their itwr.mal r'conemm.ndu- *"I ,*"n,', ,n"" i'"" .. .,'t an!- 1e`"t.l lo ,l
I wo ,] b t ir1 l i -a f ,.ilIth 110.v I'luro ha- er ho in a fi r holt
The Very Best Remedy for Bowel tior(s teo friends anil neig lhl>i It is a (11'IA HoKI4N.
Sgotod medicine to have in the home and 14 She.riff.f '.M,,ue ',.unty
Trouble. is widely known f"r its 'cures of diar
Mr M. F. HBrrAiugha, an old and well rhoea anrl all lorm-s of Itowel trouble Notice of Phblkcotiea.
known resident of HIluffton. Ind say. Foor sale hiy all druggists. |IPATMNI 're TYR INKIHiio. I
1 - 1 "" AI I Ma, W11 i-V IP I A

"I regard Chamberlains olic, t( hole'ra
and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very te-st
remedy for bowel trouble. I make tlhi,
st atemeait after having used the remedy
in my family for several years. I am
never wkitht I." T" f rnt ixs al-
most sure to be nedeIbefole the sum-
mer is over. Why not buy it now and
be prepared for staca an e serh.en'cy"
For sale by all druggists. *
Call (on F. M. Brumby and let him
jurprie you at the low prices he will
ie you in new and second-hand Furni;
mid hotmakeo seppM es. i-tf
Subearibe to The True Dgoocrat.

Hon. W. A. Hawkl and -mn, who
s Aent a few days in the city the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Blocker, left this morn-
ing for Tallahassee. Pennacola News,
June 9th.
Among the prominent visitors to
Gainesville yesterday were' Hon R. E.
Rose, of Tallahassee, State Chemist.
an, Dr Arndrew Sledd, of Lake ('ity,
president of the University of Florida.
The latter, it is understood, came fo
rent a house, preparatory to removing
with his family here. as the next session
of the University will convene in Gaines-
ville. -Gainesville Sun, 12th.

LAND OFmr14 t AIillm myll.ll.o r i.A ,
N l,'' I" lee',,r > riven that lhe' f<, to win.r-
nam n .'ttler liels inoiet,,tr hio Intentluortfl
malke finall irarf 1 iii -tl port -f him rcaim. and that
mibd pmf will l' n e i, brfer rlerki Circuit ( st Tallaha,-.4'. FIA. utm June I.. 1911. via.
SWhl. r whaley. S A. Aldams. d-.s-ae. If Tmilahamwe. Fla.. Hd.
7g,. fo, lh Se1 .fo N '-a A NI;uofSEt, Hm- 2B..
1 2 K
He" nanw. th r follnwinr witrwem to prove hi.
rontinuou rni.,-'i" uptii nd rultiveaUon of iad
land viz
Am., Al,..-nr'ier. I R. Ivewrh. Y A Shuler tif
News.ri. t ia < A Cay of Tallahasm.. Fla
W. U. ommimOW

Sanitary Plumbing insures good
health. qee Phillips & Simpson. 14-tf



Repair Work a Specialty.

AUW Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaraot*d.

M and take a look at our conveyances sad
n you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
4 accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
. I* 'small. Do) no harm to ask them any-
J. P S. HOUsTOUN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.





OM W'mWill too

Opwhdj 4d V vOWA" w ol


Adada terasr N tlce.
N (rrit'. I.S HWIiHY GIVEN To AIA.Lt'Kl-
iturn,. ler atesm, distributed and all ixpersonm
ha In clainim or dr e.Made nal the estate of
Mary J. MreMaohe. deteMd. Lat utI county.
FVorlci to remat muh cldmin ur demand to the
undersurMd within two yern frinn this date,
otherwise me.e will he forever hrned. Thi. slit
day of May A. D. IM. YA
Administrator cum tatleaento annex ot the es-
tateof Mary J. McM bon. June 1. 11SA- 14-M


54 N. MONR(A *I

Edwards. Son & Co.,

City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 1690.

Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by phone, 169,
or visit our stalls in the

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a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
will give you the beat at the eloelt
prices. 81-tt
F M. Brumrny will ave you moaey
in new and second-hand Furmiture. It.
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.1n ae ~*Wm. u teliwtrTy ifdlatiol Wf Cory, Jr., a Quincy boy well
iJf & e& W, raeshe.r. n*w S. A. Bawls Us AvoildM The being I the h nd of practical and far- "ern May F l S ame ef the w eple know to laha a has gone to
A- -" Marl" farm&ooheaas. suang du wahoi dded Same *f the Tim, &t Tea r k.fdr a month's stay, at the
1Uisn MDgvmTF -ID AtMORNIN Atd thetrmew tent the convictlease ss-aproblemoanas broad anhd humane basisa te e MA ,of W h eb rbewill1o0dto Annapolis,
Aterntm d the trtment of the onv At a later day the Metrupplis pro-. All the ." MLbavire ed a ppointm et
The ee, in this State is being so widely ri pos to blisha moredetailed ount Editor True Dmo : Naval Academy.
twowl ktsor R.v- ears se,,it is but just to givethe other nvarieed -of the Marion t arms *As ben eand bye his UinsAd y r gia.
sa a wo, though beaten at .side of the quest ioand to cast some may do mue toiipate the unre smon- t again y a VMiss CiVftn Byrd is visiting at Mon-
knoJ, wn toteHerad ah esae light upon a problem which is as yet far ing prejudice tat in some quarters still majority over two opponents. e eaor lowhere amstheguest of Miss
asd man, to whoseear*s a fbes from being solved. obtains against the presentconvict Harris it will remebered in the t %I Vuhershie e f
b= ;ee care sys tem etiaith pre stte^^ntbe
A representative of the Metropolisst et theStato -Jackoville tte in9 1908 and 1906, was the
m bf Florida mightbeasely sa-who was in Ocala last week, a h MeopOls. moat active worker in andoutof season, Mr. T. M. S ackleford, Jr returned
whn Governor Broward w" food fortune to meet Mr. 8 A Rawls, ...- ----- demanding that the State of Florida home last week from the Undversity of
Sinaguratedwe, as oyal the convict lessee, and in response to Majority of People Oppoe. should pay Mr. Wallel in full for his Viratla, where he has boon studying
fs, yielded to him our not his invitation, rode out to the convict As a matter of course, there are peo- successu, work in Washington, in the lw. This was his first year there.
2 muppt. We even went so fir hospital near the Brick City in company pie in favor of the drainage question as collection of the Indian war claim,
gipe or. s a ethnwent ah. with several other visitors. well as those opposing it We give both which brought to State of Florida's
A t not withdraw It must confessed that the Metrop- sides credit for having honest convie- treasu in cash and State d TIM BER CARTS
.tAn thiswe did notwitdrbefoaw oils representative went to Ocala some- tions. Of this number, it is probably $1,08,0.0 under a contract made by
t rl t atte u rt, tr.r what prejudiced against the entire lea safe to say the majority are opposed to Governor Drew, with authority of the
nt Sed sustained to a material ex stem, and with the impression that draining. They are not opposed to it Legislature-he, Walles, to pay all ex- Built to Order at
b ttal bad otain to af those whoex- tC convicts were treated in anything simply because Governor Broward is pense., and the State to pay him, when
sed It fon theion tart Then we but a humane and enlightened manner, advocating it; they are not opposed to recovered, 15 per cent on the amount reasonable prices.
e forced to ok tnA sto the matter Many things have contributed to this it because of any railroad influence; so recovered. Mr. Harris contended
*we lose in or&d r to tex re an in- impression. In the first place, the in- they are not opposed to t because it that no less than the full amount would One now ready to deliver, size
allst opn to those wh looked to di tment of two convict guards for man- might be a step n the wayof progress; relieve the State of repudiation. His axle 3 wheel 7 feet tread 7
for Inormation as to the real status slaughter in Orange county, and the they are opposed to it simply because people have by this renomination shown h
tI 3, S taon heated to te state of pu.bc opinion in Orlando they have every reason to believe it will that they indorse Mr. Harris' action in inches.
We ear learned that the Governor was not without its effect; but a visit require a great expenditure of money; this matter. In the same connection, All kind of General Blacksmith.
maki hemtake of setting up to the Marion farms--as this admirable that the matter hasn't been sufficiently we call attention to the fact that St.
s i t mted by his Interested and humane place is called-did much to investigated by experts to prove that it Johns county has shown the same con. ing and repair work done prompt-
that ofthecourt rectify views based upon incomplete will make desirable farming lands at a fidence in Colonel McWilliams, who ly and at reaonable prices.
I Bwhat we th or t, tknowee. reasonable cost and if there is anything with Senators Harris and Blount, voted
Sty, we mildly counselled cau- In action to all th i came the ver- the people of Florida or the people of in 1908 for the full amount. The con. Horse Shoeing
the suspension of all workon dict of the Criminal Court jury in the any other State dislike, and will strongly stituents of both of these gentlemen
e mnie lthe suite already n Orang county case. The two guards, oppose, it is the idea of sending good show that they do not believe in repudi- A Specialty.
rtcould be brought to anissue and whoad sho down a negro convict money after doubtful results. It is out ateon by the State, bau the United
Sanld the merits determined, so while esapin and who had benindicted of the question to suppose thetax pay- States Contitutiooprevents Mr. Wailes H Ad inson
t the Governor could know just what for manslaughter, were found guilty of ers of te State are going to favor the from taking his case into the United A
Sowers were before jeopardlings only aggravated assault, and the dis- drainage measure until they learn a States Court, as an individual cannot
erS' n aMnd a credit ere y in this ease between the charge great deal more about the Everglades sue a State. The passage of a bill by New op North of Kempr StaMe.
It sme thant Gon-orcouldenot and the verdict went far to convince and the possibility of successfully drain- a sworn caucus held in the opera house,
d would not, take that safe if notthe the Metropolis representative that pre- in them, a wel as the quality of the at Tallahasee, proposed to pay him, GULF COAST RESORTS
ly sensible course, but wit h his pecu- dce h not been without its e ect so after they are drained, than they Wailes $12,500 st toe dictation of the
ry sensiblestinbent, decidedto hee conclusions were fully confirmed now know, and such information must then Governor, who went out of the
sefili wbush thering ntic uderto r by visit to the Marion farms., come not in the form of a bare asser- executive office under a great cloud, Via
ithoiuth y r r thesgni urts at f It is here that the sick and "incapa- tion, but an assertion based upon a and this disgrace still hangs to our
Thist area he whole oStste to a ble" convicts are confined, and it is afe definite knowledge of some one thor- people. Mr Wailes gave our State GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
le qritesal invest igation as to what to that nowhere in the United States roughly familiar with the conditions neatly twenty-three years of his and
was going on, and at lat resulted in the are the conditions more humane, more there and thoroughly familiar with his brothers' labors, together with an LOW SUMMER ROUND TRIP
campaign that is now distracting the enlightened or better adapted to the drainage in general After the people expenditure of more than $50,000, as
State, And unfortunately for Governor nd of these unfortunate wards of the have been convinced to their satisfac- shown to the Senate committee of the RATES TO
Broward, the opinion Is being formed State. tion that drainage Is admissible and can last Legislature. We do not now, and RATES TO
that there Iasndicate of and shark The hospital i. under the direct charge be done for a sum within their reach never have believed, that the honest
formed, who, "by ways that are dark of Dr. S. H. Blitch, the prison phy- without the necessity of endless taxa- people of the State of Florida want to BOATING AND FISHING
and tricks that are vin," have pu d elsn and hospital surgeon, who is an tion, it will be seen that the great ma- remain under such a stain. If there
the Governor into methods that are to ardent advocate of the open as oppose jority will fall in line with the present was any doubt of the authority for that POINTS ON THE GULF
say the least, very peculiar. Alter to the close penitentiary system, and minority and Governor Broward's am- contract, the fact remains that each
pssnthe drainage ill, t was so ap- whose paper on the "Negro Criminal," btion will be accomplished. Not be- Governor, each Legilature (by three Special Train Service.
rent uncon utionl that they read at the Lincoln, Nebraska, meeting fore. Quincy Times. separate investigate ons), knew of and
framed a constitutional amendment of the National Prison Association, at- ----- ----- approved of this gentleman's effort LANARK INN
which it s hoped can forced down traced o much attention. eticlle Les for the State's good, and it is entirely At k th Gulf A
the people's throats to make a law en- MARION rAaMS. The town, the church and the social too late, when we have the money, to At Laark on the Gulf. An
acted two years before a valid law. The Marion farms are situated some life of Monticello will suffer loss in the refuse him payment JUSTICE. Ideal Place to spend the Hot
Do the lawyers in the Legislature, or two miles northeast of Ocala, and corn- removal of Mr. C. M. Strange to Talla- .^... ..- Months. Hotel modern and up-
the members generally, know the mean- rises 1,060 acres of as fine land as there hassee. Mr Strange has been a mem- Attend the State Ceolleges. to-date. Reduced round trip
ing of retroactive action? Have they Fs in the State, and although this planta- her of the town council for some time, There seems to be an idea, and an rates from Tallahassee.
ever heard of any State that has passed tion had been in cultivation many years and was prominent in the business and erroneous one it is, that a boy or girlee
a code of void laws and then made them prior to its acquisition by the present social life of our town. His and his must leave the State to receive cole TO LANARK
valid by making amendments to their convict lessees, its natural fertility is wife's many friends will miss the pleas- instruction; that it is better, and broad-
conutitution? Have they ever learned clearly indicated by the splendid growth ant meetings in their hospitable home, ens one, to meet men and women from Return limit 90 days, $2.25
the legal interpretation of void and made by the various crop annual put and the two little girls, Misees Janie all over America, more than to know rn limit 15 days, 2.06
voidable? If there i any of them that in by the owners of this magnificent and Margaret, will leave many friends those who are to be their fellow citi- Return limit 15 days, 2.06
think they have, it certainly is here in property, which today represents an here among the young folks. Mr. zens. Saturday to Monday limit, 1.15
the State of Florida. For nowhere else outlay of at least $80,00). Strange and his partner, Mr. McDaniel. Never were a people more mistaken!
is such a thing poaible Even our These lands were never covered with will engage in the wholesale grocciy If a man intends to be a Floridian, let TO SOPCHOPPY. FLA.
young school boys know the distinction pine trees; the natural growth was live business in Tallahassee with every pros- him remain in Florida, be educated with (Panacea Springs.)
between constitutional powers and leg- oak and hickory, and one of the most pectof success. The News wishes them Florida's sons, and learn of his own
islative powers, even if some old fly- interesting features of the Marion prosperity and felicitates Tallahassee State. Does it broaden a man to meet Return limit 90 days $1.55
blown jurist has said that "the consti- farms isthe immense pecan nursery of on the acquisition. Monticello News. fellows from everywhere that he shall Return limit 15 days, 1.50
tution provides no and no." 150,000 trees, together with the pecan Adm" t^he au^i^ never see again, and who are forgotten
But there has been a horde of useless grove of 5,000 flourishing trees. A M M ** toFlord. ere he has been from college a year? Is Saturday to Monday limit, 1.00
offices and officers, with fat salaries an- It has always been contended by Governor Broward insists upon pro- it not more to his advantage to know For Rates and other Information
nexed, that have influence, fixed up to nursery men and horticultural experts ceeding with headlong haste to under- the people in his own State, and when For Rates and other Information
bleed the State We- can't believe that that the pecan could not be successfully take a work the full extent of which is he has set out in life be able to shake write to:
Governor Browarl has willingly walked grafted on the hickory. That this lI an yet problematical, the probability of the hand of many of the men he meets J. H McWILLIAMS, P. A
into the trap thus set for hai unwary erroneous view, however, is indicated success in which ais yet uncertain, the as old college chums? Is it not better Bainbridge, Ga.
feet. But be that an it may, the masses by the fact that a large number of ultimate cost of which no one can even for him, when he aspires to public
are looking to the incoming Legislature hickory trees growing in their wildiltate approximately estimate. Because cooler office, to have the support of the men F P WOODWARD, T. P. A.
to look into this unholy alliance who have twen successfully grafted with headed men propose that he shall take with whom he has gone to school in his Tallahassee, Fla.
ow, OW though nesting in Jacksonville. pecans. no further steps toward construction own State, than the good of men from -
have their hands upon the (Governor, This department is in the capable until he has data he can rely upon, and other States?
I to snatch him an a brand from the hands of Mr. R F Mann, a non of ex- that the legal questions involved shall And a good course of instruction is
rning, and put a brake on their Senator Mann, of good roads fame, and be first settled, not afterward they are offered in Florida schools. They have eJo* aIIHI
Sehmen until the question can again it is sate to say that he has already being feverishly denounced. When ob- excellent faculties, and ample facilities
he neat before the people lradentown proven himself an expert in this direc- Jection is made to the plan of saddling are offered for one of the best educa- O OO
Herald tian on a few property owners in one section tions obtainable. ONt DOOR EAST OF W. U.
w re * uk Cor1.The general superintendent of the the cost of what will be either a benefit But, you say, look how many students TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
HW to Bra Up a Cld. farms is Mr. A. C. Cobb, who, by unre-. to the whole State or else a detriment they have-only two or three hundred
It may be a surprise to manytolea.rn mitting care and attention, has sue- to its progress by putting upon it a Of course; how in the world can Flor- T**n*n P l :n
that a severe cold can be completely ceeded in making the institution a heavy debt for a so-called "improve- idea's colleges have a large attendance if 1 m Plu m
boken iup in one or two days time. model one, whose lines may be safely ment which may turn out to be no aim- her own men go elsewhere for their -
ThaeArst symptoms of r cold are a dry. followed provement at all, certain thick-and-thin schooling?
loud cough, a profuse watery discharge The hospital itself ao in the hands of adherents of the Governor shut their The University at Gainesville should Sheet-M etal W ork
from thenoee. ad a thin, white cost I)n r 8. i Hiutch, a man whose broad ears and impugn the motives of those have five hundred students, at least ,ta W r
Son the tongue When Chamberlain H and humane views upon all subjects who counsel thought and investigation. and they should be from all over the
ubugh Remedy in taken every hour on connected with his profession are well Why Is not some other argument ad- State. If you wish to build up a good _
Sirseta ppearancef the.e symnptoms. known, and who treat. the unfortunates duced than that the Governor promised school in your State, patronize it, and
it eounteracts the effect of the cold and entrusted to his care here with as much to advocate the measure before his elec- don't curse the luck because it has few
etore symptom to a healthy con- solicitude and attention as if they were tion? Suppose he had promised to an- men when you go elsewhere yourself. All work in the line of
Sditlen within a day or two For sale by "pay patients. nex the moon to Florida? or something ---.
I dragists HOMI FEATUREH. ele equally impossible? He s an enemy New Care for Ipilepsy. Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
SThe hopitel i situated within a o eeavs to stir up J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, O., ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
Bhen I am out of sorts and sad, stockade and is usually occupied by which calls for the most thoughtful raltrd v rt: solicited, and especial care
** with despair am well nigh mad about fifty patients. The majority of deliberations, by appealing to their tar, afflicted for years with epile ,n la m
t is thee that can make ine glad? those are, of course, colored, and is prejudices. Sup ose a company of cap- was cured b Dr ing' New Lif taken to please my pat-
Money! safe to say tabt the greater partof talists were to beginthe construction She has not had an at rons. . .
When I am hungry feeling like, them re betteM fed, clothed and cared of a railroad without either preliminary years tBest body eansers andc life
lt I eould eaat an iron spike, for than ever before or location survey of the route. The isgts on rth 26C at l __
hat is it that makes hunger "hike?" Separate accommodations are, of steps Governor Broward is taking and uit

Money course, provided for blacks and whites,. those his defenders insist upon .are Hon. W A. MacWilliams, Represent-
- h n vow are after winning fame, and the writer cannot say too much for equally as absurd as such a way of native of St. Johns county, wou like to
rfor yourself a name, the neatness and order that everywhere building a railroad.-Times-Union. be Speaker of the next House. So far
help you pla the am preva ad ilisolated wed here for Cre t there re only bout fifty other self- a
IA separate and isolated ward foroannounced candidates fot thusposition
prmioners suffering from tuberculosis George A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills and severalother counties to hear from.
I for an ede* you shoulI care, has bee installed and a very neatly Lawrence county, N. Y., writes: "i -Live Oak Democrat. ADMINITRATOR'S*a NOTIC.
the guernatorl char, arranged prescrpton and pharmacy de- had kidney disease for many years and No = isi hrbw gives to i ernditws, te.te
What it that will put you there? plrtment ha aloban flted up. had been treated by physicians for With ripe watermelons. berr e and doertl.w theU"a e 0arra&t s. stay.
Money! The unitary arrangemets are ad- twelve years; had taken a well known fruit plentiful, roastin-er cheap and er is aLeoat ty. Ar "ad
I youwoui drain the Everglades, mirable The water up ply is both kidney medicine and other remedies yellow-leed chickens just the right mta day 4
eld t taketrommend made abundant and good, and the disposition that were recommended, but dot no re. size, Suwannee county is resting eaasy two i t on thIs dmae td Fru-.
Leon ato that of Dadrm'7 of all waste and sewerage has been lief until I began using soleys Kidney with reward to pking house revelEs iorat a berwau eael seas we b.
Money c carefully provided for. Cure The Afirst half bottle relieved me tions.- Lve Oak rat. A. D ILL.
R-By- Nobody. The writer will not soon forget the and four bottles have cured me of this Miss Pearl McCord left for Jackson- Adei haear a the .4*1t"af rrMt a.L teas r.
n. ,~- .- ripple of interest that ran through the terrible disease. Before I began taking vile Monday to visit her brother, Mr. S
Stlmlatlao Withest I riaos*L hospital ward the day he had the pleas- Foley's Kidney Cure I had to make G. P McCord, who is representing Col-
In case of temach and liver trouble ure of entering it, with Dr. Blitch. The water about every fifteen minutes, day lier's Weekly in that city. Leaving
proper treatment is to stimulate lame, the halt and the blind all amused and night, and posed a briek-dust sub- Jacksonville in a few days she will
organs without irritation them. themselvs from their misery, and stance, and sometimes a slimy sub- visit her brother, Dr. McCord, in Whig-
Lazative iruit uSyup akfs diges- waited with undisguised eaerness the stance I ilieve I would have died if ham, Ga.
andstimulates the liver and bowels friendly greetnand thoughtful inter- I had not taken Foley's Kidney Cure." Some people have asked why does
Stirritating these organs like polls eat of the "goa physician.' Sold by all dealers. Mr. C p Srange go away from Mon-
r diary cathartics. It does not The farm Itself ti probably self-am- ticello to go into the wholesalePl grery
ato or grie and is mild and pleas- taking In the rear of the hospital is a Waasodl business. The answer is easy-trieki we ^- hr.
to take. Sold by all dealers. large sugar mill operated by team, and A ood samatrees, colored or white Renetmber that we are the mat a us r4j .cSL .
----.--y--- -b an extensive kitchen arden, where are App to M. Goodman, nast to Singer sandwich. We are on two "braach -- -.- ---. -.
raised vegetables in abundance for the Sewing Machine oflee, at once. roads." We will be a flyspeck ea n.I"ea
use of the prisoners. c-rosar~ls e map till we gft on a "mainy6 lno"-
sad hellaleteii A great variety of fi*d crops are also Sw CollUins for your Job Printing Montie*llo News.

Rebuilding Sale.


ng Sale. j

Here you will find many Seasonable Goods at greatly reduced prices.

allow us to name but a few. Come and see.

Space won't |

Men's 50c Elastic Seam Draws, ..---.---..-.. ...----39c Men's Straw Hats,. ..12, 19. 39, 49, 59, 89 and 99c 1000 yards Figured Lawns worth 15, 20 and 25c
----------...Not over 2 air to a customer ---------------- ---Worth much more sale price .... ........................15
Men's 25 Under Shirts19 Ladies Shirt Waist, ... 48, 69. 89, 98c $1.39. $1.89 200 yards Swiss Embroidery Inserting. Nice, Wide,
Mens 25c Under Shirts,.. ......19c 500 yardsof Figured Lawns, worth 8c yard, sale Neat patterns for Trimming White Waist
-------------......------ See our window price ...........----- --c Suits, value 25 to 40c sale price ......19c
100 yards Figured Lawns in small, medium and
Ladies Vests. full bleached, the 10c kind.... 8c large figures, worth 10 and 12 1-2c, at .... 8 1-2c Nothing Sold at Sale Prices exchanged or sent out
Ladies Chiffon Shapes, worth 50c- - ......29c -..--.------. No less than 10 yards cut of this on approval..

Store will open at 8 o'clock July 2nd, For One Week.





Mr. R. Nicholon ha accepted a Tallahassee, Fla. At eight o'clock Wednesday evening
Mr. C. R. Nicholson has accepted a Rev. Frank W. Cramer performed the
position with the Tallahassee Drug Co.'s Dear Sir: Devoe is worth $4 or $5 a solemn ceremonie and bert S. Rob
store in this city, and is now occupying gallon, put on; how much is another erts and the once Fannie Atkinson were
it. paint worth? made man and wife
We are pleased to see Mr. Herman Depends on how many gallons you've The wedding was a pretty one, at the
Damon able to sit out on the piazza got to put on, to be equal to one of De- home of the bride's parents near Talla-
nowadays, and hope soon to see him his voe. hassee. The couple came to the city
own good self again. Mr. J. J. Hall, Sheffield, Pa, painted after the marriage, and left for Jack.
When our plumbing needs repairs, two houses one coat five years ago, sonville at 1:38 Thursday.
phone o. 80, Phillips & Sim son 14l ead-and -oi l, took 40 gallons. The groom is a well known and highly
phone o. 80, Phillips & Simpson. Last summer bought 40 gallons De- respected young man, and he has the
The work of filling in bad places on voe for same houses; had 10 gallons good wishes of his many friends. He
the streets goes on day by day. Street left. came to Tallahassee from Jacksonville
Officer Papy done some of it on our Mr. N. Avery, Delhi, N. Y., owns two about eighteen months ago and began
part of Adams street Wednesday. houses exactly alike. Painted one with clerking for R. J. Evans. A few months
17 pounds Sugar for $1.00 at Devoe; took gallons. The other with ago he accepted a position with Duval
Tallahassee Mercantile Co. some other; took 12 gallons. Bros, which place he still holds.
The many friends of Mr Jim Williams What'd you give for those off paints? The bride is well known to Tallahas-
will be glad to know that he is out again. Bear in mnd, you've got to pay for the seeans as one of Leon's pretty and pop.
Hon. and Mrs. W. V. Knott went to painting. Yours truly ular daughters
PanaceaSprings Tuesday. F. W. DvoE & Co., Fewer Gallons; WearsLonger; Devoe.
Mrs. B. E. McLin left for points in New York.
Tennessee via AtlantaTuesday morning. P. S. Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint. Quite a crowd of young people went
Mr. A. C. Spiller went to Jacksonville 43 to Lanark Saturday night.
Sunday morning, returning with his Executive Otrd'. Dr. S. M. Tucker has returned from
wife Monday night. The White House, June 14, 1906 Mannington.
We buy anything and sell everything. The Executive orderof April 27, 1906, Mr. S. C. Bott, of Monticello was in
Be sure and see us before you buy or discontinuing and abolishing the office the city Tuesday en route to Panacea
sell-matters not what it is. of United States Surveyor-General for Springs.
Tallahassee Mercantile Co. the State of Florida, is hereby changed Mr. Willie Dean was here Tuesday!
Miss Marcia May, who has been the and modified to read as follows: from Montttelt 1
popular guest of Mrs. R. W. Cobb for "Itn compliance with the provisions of Mr. N. P. Bryan, chairman of the,
two weeks past, returned home to section 2118 of the Revised Statutes of Board of Control and one of Jackson-I
Quincy Tuesday. the United States, it is hereby ordered ville's most prominent lawyers, was in
Mr. R. A. Gray, now employed in the that the office of the United States the city Tuesday.
business department of the Live Oak Surveyor-General for the State of Flor- Mins Lee Harlan, who has been visit-
Daily Democrat one of the best news- ida, now located at Tallahassee, Fla. ing Mrs R. W Cobb, left forColumbia.
papers in the State, was among his be and the same is hereby discontinued Tenn., Tuesday.
hosts of Tallahassee friends Monday and abolished from and after June 30, r. Sanford May. of Quincy, was in
and made us a pleasant visit. 1907." THEODORE ROOSEVELT MrSanford May, of Quincy, was i
Mr w n hg uets... 1 the city a few days this week.
Mr. W. Pinnell, who graduated this Hon. W. R. Dorman of this city is A merry party of young folks enjoy-
ear from the law school of John F being urged members-elect of the ed a delightful ride to Lake Hall Fri
tetson University, came to Tallahas- Legislature to enter the race for da evening, and upon arriving at the
see last Friday to stand examination Speaker of the House, and a more Lake a fine chicken lunch was indulged
before the Supreme Court. He was worthy Democrat could not be selected. in. After lunch the time was spent
admitted to the bar in Jacksonville last Mr. Dorman has served two terms in dancing, and swimming (?) in the Lake.
week rinHe returned home Tuesday the Legislature from Suwannee county, Those who-made up the party were,.
or Fresh Grocer phone and is well versed in the ways of the Misses Lee Harlan of Columbia. Tenn..
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T. House and parliamentary usages. He Marcia May of Quincy Fla., Olivette
Damon. Phone No. 198. "-tf is fair and impartial, andthe members Head of Thomasville, Ga Eunice
llinning with Tuesday next there of the Legislature could not make any Rawls and Ebie Qnaile of Tallahassee.
will fire practices every Tuesday and mistake in selecting Mr. Dorman. If and Messrs. Van Brunt, Miller, Bass,
Th ayat 6 p. in. All practice alarms he decides to enter the race, he will: Nicholson and Bell.
will i re strokes. have a strong following from the very
1 start Live Oak Democrat.
l. James Williams made, Aflying
trip to Bainbridge Sunday, returning When you have Plumbing to do see
Monday Phillips & Simpson. 14-tf | tO .sf. e mINs e**pia*W


.. I take this method of announcing my closing out sale of Summer Stock which will
begin to-morrow, SATURDAY. JUNE 23. I now have on hand by far the choiset ast) c
." of MILLINERY that I have ever shown. This is my loss and will be your gain if you take j
advantage of this sale. With my elegant stock of MILLINERY I will also include my en-
^ ERS, also my entire stock of Corsets, consisting of the Famous W. B. and F. P. also a full %
0 line of the noted Royal Worcester Corsets and Tape Girdler. We will also include a line of
. China Silks, Fancy Plaid and Changeble Silks. Ladies Parasols and Silk Umbrellas.
Now last comes the important feature of this Sale, without reserve I will offer for k
the next few days all of the above at just exactly HALF PRICE. not one ce-nt more will I
OVA ask. Fifty Cents (50c) on the dollar is all that you will pay if you buy now. Call at once
. and get your choice of the above, Two dollars worth for One dollar.
Very truly yours.

. 204 South Mouroe St. Opposite Gourt Mouse i

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Epworth League Conference. se ail BalI fI Ballt
The Epworth Leagues of the State There will be another game of Base
of Florida met in Ocala this week The: Ball at Camp Henderson, next Wednes-
session began on Tuesday and ended on day afternoon. June 27th, 1906, and all
Friday. who attend will witness a splendid game
The representatives from the Talla- of ball.
hassee Legue were Miss Kate Mickler, The crack nine from Greenville, s
Mr. Wm. Van Brunt. Mr. Wm. Byrd, far unwhipped will play against the
Miss Susie Van Brunt and Miss Janie 'Tallahassee Club, and we are assured
Van Brunt. that the visiting nine will be made up
Mr. Bernard Byrd went from Jack- with excellent and well trainedplayers.
sonville, where he was visiting for a It will be an exciting game and the i.-
few days, to the convention He will sue can not be predicted with any de-
return home with the other represena- agree f certainly. but the Tallahassee
tives. boystave started out with a good rem
Miss Kate Mickler will leave the del- cord which they propose naintaiainig
egation at Baldwin coming back. From; Games will be arranged later with
there she will go to Fernandina and other clubs. Lake City and GalaOeville
other places, returning to Tallahassee have already applied for a series of
in a few weeks. games each, and the citizens of Talla-
S... ........'- .. hassee will be entertained during the
Mr. Benjamin A. Meginniss and Mr. dull summer with first-class ball. Let
Jno T. G. Crawford, have returned everybody encourage the boys by their
home from the University of Virginia. presence. Very respectfully,
They have completed their course in B. B. AsAOCLATION.
law and are now members of the bar.
Mrs C. S. Clough and son. Charles. I The Tully-Saxon-Yaoger Co., are
left Thursday for a few weeks visit to putting down cement brick curbing and
Panacea Springs tiling of their own manufacture on the
Mr. B. W. Wlker, of Lloyd, was in side walk in front of their property,
town tr da B. W. Walker, f Llyd, wa south f the market. There is tw
town yesterday. plant manufacturing the cement sand
Mr Rutledge Alford returned home rik and building block now this
today frQm Atlanta, where he has been; city one owned and operated t Ciud
attending the Georgia School of Tech-, Bros and both have orders for th
nology. excellent grade of building material
Col. Nat Walker is in the city for a just as fast as it can be manufactured.
few days on legal business Several parties have used the material
Dr. Henry E. Palmer has returned in building and otherwise and the brick
home after a very pleasant visit North. are giving satisfaction. The Ockloek.
Say now. "Where did you get that onee brick Co., owned by Messrs Gil-
hat? Collins has it, but Cob at the more and Davis Co., are runningtheir
hat. Collins ham it, but Cobb at the -^n ..... .
Drug Store or Phelps Wilson will have yards at full ca and find a
to tell all about it for we shall not. brcl o Allrghpoe.s^ toshow that,
WANTED- Furnished apartments, or building material in this section Is In
two or three furnished rooms arranged good demand.
for light house-keeping, having as ---
range or where same can be installed Hew to Bires Up a Celd.
Good location a necessity. Address It may be a surprise to many to leam
Box 620, City 17-1t that a severe cold can be completely
Mr. Crowell Dawkins has returned broken up in one or two days'tilt*'
from Washington and Lee University The first symptoms of a cold are a .
STRAYED.-One small black Mare loud cough, a profuse watery
Mule, braed C. or t on a onk, from the nose, and a thin, white
Reward will be paid for information ol the tomuei When ChamberIata
leadingto whereaout.s, to ..... o 'ugh Remedy is taken every hour on
ai rrightKing Lumber Co.. the first appearanceof these symptoms
7-ng LumbVeren, Il. it counteracts the effect of the cold and
t ereen. I la. restores the symptom to a healthy con-
Sanitary Plumbing insures good edition within a day or two. For sale by
health. See Phillips & Simpson. 14-tf all druggists *

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All forms of policies.
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THK TMRUE D MOC .AT. I to the people of Florida for their ap- S'rhauit.WlIaler. SBORT SATINOS. Warlk FamI .
proving vote an amendment to our con- Miss Abble M. Wnkler and Jacob H. As there has been so much brought
JOIe 6. COLUIM. NlitWer. stitution fraught with such danger to Burkhardt were united in marriage by s(Bv ay. LTNS11. sUTCJaNS.] to light recently in connection with the
property as this; and yet it required gr. J. L. Rellly, of St. John's church, Will some one please show us a busi- treatment of conviets in some of the
PUBLIUHED VCRY IPRIDAY MORNING. three-fifths of all the members elected t evening les Margaret H. Lan- ness man that will loan you money at camps, it is pleasing to learn through
to each house to obtain this number. I nshan, of Glen Falls, attended the 10 per cent and then allow you to keep parties who have recently visited and
DRAINAGE PROPOSITION. cannot even recall there being any op- bride. George B. Burkhardt, brother the principal. Yet some will complain investigated affairs at Marion Farms,
(Continued from page one.) position to It, or that any member of of the bridegroom was best man. Mr. of God's plan. This is exactly what near Ocala, that those who are placed
continuedd from page on.) either house took the trouble to analyze and Mrs. Burkhart left soon after the He has done for us. He gives us nature 1 there are humanely treated and well
though, as year after year passes on it and to observe how the first three ceremony on a short wedding tour, and with all its grandeur and only asks us, and properly taken care of. The Ocala
and the tax is wrung from the unfor- sections deprived the legislative power upon their return will make their home for 10 per cent of what we make, and Star in its last issue, among other good
tunate land owners, the aggregate cost to any say an the matter I suppose it in this city.-Schenectady(N. Y.)News- yet allows us to retain nature with, things said, spoke as follows of those
may exceed, double or treble any possi- was rushed through with the pleasant paper. which to produce more. He certainly who are at its head:
ble selling price of the lands drained assurance that it was "a good thin ," -- is a very just God and all men should The interestof the lesseesof the con-
owners ofthe land are absolutely bound ignoring the fact that it enabled five A Texas Wonder. praise and adore him. victs, Messrs. S. A. Rawls & Co., in
to meet the tax. executive officers of this State to annu- There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's Remember one's character is what their welfare, and this company, at its
A PERSONAL LIABILITY. ally impose milliAns of dollars taxes on twice as bit as last year. This wonder they are and not what others think them own expense, and in addition to the
And since the amendment is no worded the people of Florida without any check is W. L, Hill, who from a weight of 90 to be. Be'sure of a good character and services of Dr. Lamar, supplied by the
as not to limit the liability solely to a or c',ntrol; to acquire a lien superior to pounds has grown to over 180. He says:I you are most sure to compel others to State, have employed Dr.s. H. glitch
lien on the land, a very grave question all liens upon every acre of taxable *.1 suffered with a terrible cough, and think well of you. to take charge of the prison hospital at
is bound to arise whether or not the lands within the limits of t01e State, doctors gave me up to die of consump- To know God in the forgiveness o cala, and give the indigent prisoner
owners of the land cannot, after their and to spend the money derived from tion. I was reduced to pounds, when means true happiness o sent there te benefit of the servicesof
lands are sold and thus confiscated for such taxation in their own way at their I began taking Dr. King's New Discov- this life and ultimate happiness foryment in the of the kindest, most humane and
the non-payment of the tax, be held to own sweet will, and to render them ab- ry for Consumption, Coughs and olds. life to come. the best surgeons and physicians that the
a onalliability for whatever residue solutely masters of every acre of land Now, after taking 12 bottles, have to comeState possesses. he lessees pay for
of the tax that may remain unpaid. within the limits of the State that they more than doubled in weight and am The most manly art any man can per-. and the doctor stocks and maintains a
Tbi is a grave question, but even if it choose in their judgment to declare al- completely cured." Only sure cough form, regardless of how lofty a position completely equipped pharmacy right in
tloss not arise, the fact remains indis- luvial, swamp or overflowed, as they and cold cure. Guaranteed by all drug- he may occupy in life, is to make hi the hospital.
potable that, under this amendment, have already done under the exist gits. c and $1.00. Trial bottle free peace, calling and election sure with A word of the head and moving spirit
a acreage tax of not exceeding 10t law, without regard to whether it ins as ... his God of the State prison system: Hon. B. E.
eants per acre is imposed without re- free from water as the moit arid sec- Miss Annie Hemming, one of the ef- There is but one way to keep the McLin, Commissioner of Agriculture,
guard to the cost of the work, without tions of the desert of Sahara, or subject ,icient teachers of this county, is taking devil away from you, and that is for who is the head of the system, inso-
regard to the duration of time during to be overflowed twice a day by the a course in the normal school at Talla- you to keep away from him "Resist much as the convicts are under his im-
which the tax can be levied, tide of the ocean, hassee. Mins Hemming is an excellent the devil and he will flee from you mediate supervision, althoughcontrolled
A sINIsItR KENTENCi. I WHAT IS I FliNIr IT') instructor, and goes to Tallahassee for The church is the controlling influence by the State Board of Institutions, i. e.,
The first three sections of thin amend-
mont, after thus imposing a tax of not In my next letter I will discuss thorough training in every detail of the of the world. To unite with it means the cabinet, has the interest and wel-
Szedlna 1( cents per acre, in fer- whether or not there in anything behind school work r. and Mrs. J. P. l'ob- to become a member of the power that fare of the convicts at heart, as much
ptuity f necessary, to drain ee this constitutional amendment, and erts, who were happily married at Tal- controls the world It is a most honor- so as any other man in the State, and
lands have added something to it not whether or not we have a com, any lahassee a few days ago, and who have able act and should not be neglected by he takes a deep and continuous interest
included in chapter 6377 of te laws of standing secretly ready, if it should be been spending their honeymoon at Su- you in the judicious management of his un-
Florids. The clause numbered section adopteF. to make a contract with the wannee Springs, were in the city today There is a clear pardon for all those fortunate charges. McLinhas done
85 of this amendment is worded as fol- State of Florida to drain "alluvial, enroute home. --Live Oak Democrat, that apply at the throne of Divine many thins and isnaugurated many in-
ow: swamp and overflowed lands at the 15th inst. Grace. Have you made your appliaes- nations for the improvement of the
"See. 86. The LegIslature may pro- expense of the tax payers, and having tion? ystem. and is by no means satisfied
vide the assessment of enefts de- secured this contract, become the sti- There are Few Ion ------- with his achievements and is continually
rived by lands by reason of such drain- pendiaries and pensioners f the State, people who know how to take care of Governor Wm. D. Bloxham and Miss doing more to better the system in
age, and the collection thereof; the with vented rights for the perpetuity of themselves- the majority do not. The Blanche Blake, a niece who makes her every way, and every man connected
roeeds therefrom shall be paid to the the tax and with an utter disregard of liver is a most im rtant organ in the hore with the Governor,in Virgnleft last weekwith the State prison syste either lesseesin
erd of Drsainage Commissioners to be the rights of property l ody. Herbine will keep it in condition. ahasseeans particularly and Floridians likes and respects the Commissioner of
used them for such drainage pur- A X T. .AIABAM V C ikins, Alba, Texas, writes: generally miss this much-loved Florid- Agriculture, and heartily co-operates
"I have used Herbiue for chills and fe- Jan when he leaves the State, for few with him in his good work.
On the first reading of this section I MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ver and find it the best medicine I ever wen he leves he t ll ew with him in his goodwor
was a little puzzled to understand why, sed. I would not be without it It islard isicould c omha s*-"-tehae
since the preceding three sections had Of the County Board of Publicas good for children as it is for grown- most lov an p opuolar loridian the
already provided for the imposition of Instruction, up people, and I recommend it. It is and popular a dr9dian, W1Ba Rih
the tax with which to cover the ex. I. fine for La Grippe." Sold by all drug- Quit-('laim Deeds and Township Plats
penses of drainage and without limita- Trliaha.w,.. a. Ma ay gists are now to be secured at this office. Subscribe to the True Democrat.
Iton as to time, there should have teen To" f I 'r, Iery, T. (Clijrk 'irr,,ia (',,Cri:
added the remarkable power vested in S I r'I,,rrili-ir,',, with n.,'i,r:, ",. halte'r .:12.
k l l ith wIll !w iiir^ iuo aws i ar sit. wA hcreby fil& with w(s thfi -.l-
the Legislature. It will be perceived i,,4win b r r,iMi. .... ..1i .ia rti i itrint h,. rsoo
that this power in to be exercised in mo n..ey r '.riv..d, ,,,,a,,| tl,, n, mailn ,in war-.
addition to the power already con ferried. rait i.i.. ,1 r ih ,o.. r itin ..ih i i.i f orh dyit
and nelf-operating in Its character in A^r*l.1 1.,1 1 14 NF ,
the preceding sections. It will also bei, i," 11 i,,,,, -fG ,,R., int ga rf
observed that the I .vgislature is not at0'-,",.0 ".i
limited to the benefits derived by the. ... ,.,,.,,.,,,,/.,
lands already drained or to be drained, I;: Warra,,4 .i1 -- ii..,Ai, 1111 -4 (InCOrporated.)
but to all lands generally that aire ben.- ,,, i, i ,i: i
fited by the drainagee of the' lands 1 w,.r,.' "%,it i,,,,,,ii., i,,, 1
... i".:n3'": ',,, ,. T,;:; w.,, ,. . ** CONTRACTORS AND BUILDER.S
drained. As an illustration, let UI. s i,- i. CONTRA CTORSA,,D.BU IlDERS
Impose that the drainage (confmilionerm, ', "r,,, 1111 10,A ,i, ....., It
under thi. amendment, e stallinheI a "" "'"l And Dealers in
drainage district coniose.ed ,,f the'( c',u,,nt y. .',
of Duval. After taxing the owner of, ,:',, ,,
the alluvial, swam p and ovrllow,.d ,,1 4L.i.., i ri .. A R DAR
lands to drain them, itrl iaft'r thuts IANIHM.AR.., Ai,,, i As II ,, D WAR E
paying the entire ,x|ler~p hts ot of the' N. ,i', .i.... HRWA R E
tax thus collected, then thie I,etrislattir' i ..A " 1 ii .t..B i
can step in and irnlpos, in ailhlitionmal .,,,, Doors. Sash ald linds,, i e. ( .nt Plaster. ur expericnr of s) yeas in the Building
tax by assemsing the l.r ,lit.< ,issi" tmi l, i .. 'i usill s I t'n v ; i ars iIn t i e n, ti i ntv-f ars i' th'(. ,tt ii P en lei, us to guaranty e,
to be derived by sill I theI' ianl ,' f -t ., i....'.14 1.t11 .t1t
County, lands dralinied, limil l ,lh ,Will k 'al 'al l11 that it*, r. e i I this line. W \ also tmake a -wip'alty. f
dry lands drained for n..t r..i'Iritlm "" ; i ,,, ',
d r,,"'in" .a. 'g.fPLU M B IN G,
IfIoKNIClo'rI l.I.dI ,\'1, ,,', F '.,, L U M B I ,
fit view of wit it I Wl101 it-t wiiias t id ,l hl e ".
seem i to me that th h. l ele' th l t ,,i Ia t ., I'l ,t.. It i t It il if W a i a i t i ,, ,, I I' .. t i 1 1 1 l at t 11rOV
the Sitate should be aroused therh ania <, d l t in thori n t.' \ and aAcordint to the1A
character of this ci nntitititit nul iuni, l- ..r, l'a, .. ii .....1, rul li Ithis v. 1 ia 1 t1:, t i.
meant and should orginiz.t i to defeat it overwheilinrigi lv 'i'li'ic i i a; ,H, f '14.
always daniier in ii 'rtarotiHlit g iit ili th, i ,i
fundamental law it pe'rrntllint otligi- :i ; ti ,
tory tax of any kind; the-i.r at l r -t1gre 'tt- -12 1.,, l",I,,. t ,
danger tto property if thii poiv er t i tix ,.,, . i ,,
IN Ve'nte'd. not i th l ..ti, Ji, l i4ii ci' t 1 ,'l I .. '.. .1 I Il Pi d oI r o i
I l.I I... P n...nt..... a"n d P rosI I1 lliiI

mitStivt ivy,bit. ainl nil'ly I i i -
torily in 1 a plru ticall v i'iy.'(",iu hlet -
tbod, which mnyV 01' n.ay nit' l, ,r.1i ,.,il ,
to tO ie s1ii tlT'r (1ilaig l of Ili,41 1 'l 4 li ii ll ..IM
to get rich sit th' vxli'ein'.e ,f tihl in\ t .,
payers. I ui! uisible to fIind I Iiit a sigl, I -.
conlititution of 1ii sailil' SlaS ilt t ii. -1
U union Sichli iH lA|ei vi-in i, t*14 t I iS ik I -,'
e" ited to tolh0 p il, t I(, i f l, 'i l, 'l i -.
Its termni thi itiowal f ltir I iiilun 1. i" 1
lisiitoririr cain ii ii,' c ii ilm i i. ,th ; il1 .,1
the State an agrLgitt tai iii.iiit iig 1i.',
po'ver four mfu lion ld,lli ,- 'i 11 n n. 1 '.
pid while the ricnilmr, i, Il', l-,eil "
t ,ained In ol'l,'. th, ,,1.1. I ii,' .
L illslature wotiill Ie I,',owl' IhI -. t I" a' ""
vent the It "ipo 1iti ii of ithe tli> i' iti.- >.
gale of the lauils tfoi rn 0i 'itv'[ 1 lt i, I ,'
of I w ish to call sle'tciail ii It t'it lo1 't ,
the fact that uid r iht [Il . f I,
this anindn ent tlt I.ti. i. ii m
if unallifi uto lu iglitili the i, : ,1, Ii
powerlesM to p riv nt it. I. iriA n l. ,
The first three' m.ct ionm ai' phliil I,.
aiugnod to like' aIwvii ftlen tih l.i .I i 1-,
ture every vt. -iti i ', I, 'w' i 1 1" l t- ,
fering with thi l-liiid" iin faxa

iT,'ErHIri t 1I 1 tI II M i..-,

le islution Soughtlti, le I ,I ai,;l'fl.i nilt'
the. co tistituti,,l eI th 0 i' S'l lt ;il, .'
pot j) tla t'lh I-d i '.I -l.llvtllig Ia t il l t ii ,
w al t id i tu Itli ilt, ni'i *aiil mI n Ai *ll I ,
pom< behind it" I' 11 it,,.i' h o ii, il lI" ,
ptarpu e, it few lilh).-n Vlting in ti, I .,':
nature the ll' > I ) t' o l|r tem of drainage W thi Sltat' tanIl t, ian
ot i tax for lth! iurpii's. \w ull al~v
tsn All tliorouhlil.t e'ffective' and, iil w,,ihl
hav left it di(ntl Lionar'n to to h' Ieh gill i
tire lIm,dy whetliil' er i i ) o, i ni|.,s' II>i'ti
tax. It is cleair tiI iayi ni un'd (i i t ht IMu
who rirel 11r I tils ariiiemliment diIl n,,t
Intend that the ls.ou:.Idlture ahoutll h<
any say about thi. imattter, nililtl iit lig.
islature could i, fbtteil, i nitije'rity tf
which, with a I'vortibltil governorr .
would imls-' a .t ill further tax fuir
btnlitsas prlovilrei iii Nettiton3i What
m'uaso me is thiit I.' tthis aniilndiment
.wa before the Il.<;slature the real
*"urpoe and Bscop, o' fit does not appear
o have been even suspected. I cannot
believe that a majority of either house
bnowlngly and deliberately presented

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THE TRUE DMOCAT. lede Tapemttoe pe*rs.
SJcksonvill Metropolis: Turpentine
S& A, .er* opaters of Florida, and particularly
those having headquarters In Jaekson-
U la'WVMr mxMA MORNINGm. ville, are proud of the success already
achieved through making Jackson-
Uappllu Hare& vihe an opn market for naval stores.
Yestea at11.5 a m The eaptam of Industry at the head of
YfsthWds at 11.1 m a. m. at the home the movement here know very well
of the bride's o Me r.Henry B. where they and what they a doing.
VisS l ac andMiss ^Roasie uls were The following three editorial par-
Jo L tetth1er" as man and gr are taken from last Saturday's
t te, oi. W. o.P oflating, dion of the Industrial Record, and
oup Vi thtom n relate to the result of Jacksonville's
train for Cycloneits, Ga., the home of open market:
the groom's parent for a short visit, "The Jacksonville open market has
after which they will o to Abbeville, proved a success in its infancy. Those
where Mr. Vischer hold a position as who have been most interested in the
pharmacist with the Paxton Drug Corn- movement declare that the Board of
Rosie i second daughter of Trade made no mistake when it adopted
iss Rossie is second daughter the recommendations of the naval
Mrs. M. A. Sauls, and the many Talla- stores committee.
haee friends of herself and family "Already there is a tendency toward
wish she and her husband a long, happy Jacksonville in the shipping of naval
and prosperousjourney through life. stores. The fear that Savannah was to
unsn Pead Items. take everything when Jacksonville was
Mus od, J 2 D declared an open market has vanished.
Munson Pond, June 20.-Mr. D. J. The operators of Florida have too much
Atkinson is now hauling watermelons pride in their State and in the chief
and cantaloupes to the capital city and city of Florida to work in the interest
selling them for good prices. of Savannah
Mr. Isaac Alligood is also hauling "Operators in Florida have got next
melons this week. to the Savannah bluff that Jacksonville
Mr. G. W. Alligood brought in some could not maaintain an ope market and
fine melons today was in town this that prices here would drop perceptibly.
Mr. W. E. Gray was in town this Prices have kept up to the standard
week with his wife to see the doctor quotations and those wvho have shipped;
about a rising on her breast from which their turpentine and rosin to tis port
she was suffering very much. have saved the differential in freights.
Mr. Dave Moody of Wakulla county, That doesn't look like a loss to theoper-
was shaking hands with his old ac- ators. And the best part of it is that
quaintances this week. the receipts are continuing heavy at
Mr. Eli Russell of Spring Hill, was this port and indications point to a
in town this weekwith a load of fine steady growth of business here."
watermelons. He sold them at a good y _
price to C. Algero of Tallahassee. A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good.
Mr. Leon Moody was in town this I a
week doing some shopping have beenafflicted with kidney
Mr. Joseph Moody and wife were in and bladder trouble for years, passing
town one daity this week outing up goods gravel or stones with excruciating
for the good old summer time. pain, "says A. H. Thurnes, a well known
Mr. Mumford Russell, of the Jackson coal operator of Buffalo, 0 "I got no
Bluff neighborhood, was in town one relief from medicine until I bean tak-
day this week. ing Foley's Kidney Cure, then the result
Mr. W. D. Atkinson is very busy this was surprising. A few doses started
week planting sweet potatoes. the brick-dust-like substance and now I
Mr. Jesse Atkinson is laying by his have no pain across my kidneys and I
corn crop this week. feel like a new man. It has done me
$',000 worth of good." Foley'sKidney
Outwits the Surgeon. Cure will cure every form of kidney or
A complication of female troubles, bladder disease Sold by all dealers. *
-.aWith catarrh of the stomach and bowels, A young man named Thomas Green,
had reduced Mrs. Thomas S. Austin, of from Cairo, Ga., lost his pocket book
Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable yesterday containing all the cash he
condition that her doctor advised an op- possessed He was among strangers
oration; but her husband fearing fatal and was terribly worried overit, fear-
Bresults, postpo thy electric ing he would have to foot it home. He
Bitters, and to the amazement of all was in Tallahassee, however where
who knew her, thGimedicine completely there is always those ready to listen to
cured her. Guaranteed cure for torpid one's "tale of woe," and although a
liver, kidney disease, biliousness, jaun- rank stranger, the young man's ace
dice, chills and fever, general debility, was taken as an index to hi character.
nS n ndblood p ng ?Bet no igaof the vices showing thereon,
tonic made. Price 50c, at all druggists, and e oas made happy bybeing fur-
Try 'it. nished with money to get home on It
NO353St 3UGGIEStt BARNISS1t! was all done, too, "InH Ils Name," the
reliever in distress felt better, and
You should call at the establishment most assuredly did the troubled young
of J. D. Cay, opposite Masonic Temple, man. --.
when in want of Horses, Buggies, or LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
Harness. Use the long distance telephone,
Connections can be given to any point
He carries the best assortment of on the Southern Bell System. Public
Buggies in Middle Florida, which he long distance telephone at Central office:
Coupon ticket books sold at a discount
m' sells at reasonable prices, and, on favor- Apply at Telephone office.
able terms to responsible parties 4.3-tf L MOOR. Manager
His stock of Harness is new and up to Warehouse Storage.
date, and includes any and all articles I I am now prepared to store inmy
Clean and dry warehouse any kind ofi
in his line needed for county and city goods, furniture or article one may wish
use. stored away for safe keeping.
In Heavy Harness he has no rival. 6tf At Armory Warehouse.
To turpentine and mill men he offers If you want Hay, Corn, Oats or any!
goods made especially for their use, and kind of Feed Stuff. go to Tallahassee!
at prices that cannot be duplicated. Mercantile Co. They are headquarters.
In his Stables are to be seen as fine a For Sale!
lot of drivers, ingle and double, as A seven-year-old gentle horse and
lot of drivers, ingle and double, as!buggy, both excellent condition. Will
were ever brought to this city. sell cheap. Apply to
,14-tf J. GORDON PEAhkC'E.
Call on him and examine his stock. , .
'bo -t. I Good Board!
D t I I I I Several- hboarders can get good accom-
,Dont let your child suffer with that modations with onrvate family. (all at
augh when you can cure it with Bal- this office. r address P 0 Box 39. 16
lards Horehound Syrup. a sure cure --- ..-......
for coughs, bronchitis, influenza, croup, To Renat
and pulmonary diseases. Buy a bottle A comfortable 5-room house for rent.
and try it.Laughter Bhalia, Miss. Apply to Mrs R. McDougall, 7N: South
writes: "I have two children who had -Boulevard. t,,
croup I tried many different remedies. Plumbing, Pliablg, Plumbing.
but I must say your Horehound Syrup Water Steam and Gas Fitting.
is the best croup and cough medicine 14-I' e Pm LLIPs & S Ptti s
" ever used. Sold by all druggists. .L... & oSi Pu |
Tee* Their L. S. Five-room o e l
Among those who received the degree Apply F t sstt o n Clinton Street.
of Bachelor of Law at the University i Mis. M.i... .
Tuesday evening, but whose names Cottages to rent. Phone No. 8. 45-tf
were not on the program, were Mr. ------- ----..
Benjamin Andrews Merinniss,of Talla- Two good things-your money and our
hassee, Fla., and Mr. Essie Inmann, of goods Let s exchange.
Mt. Joy, S C. 14 f PHILLIPs & SiMPSON
Owing to sickness, Mr. Meginniss did - -.,~-- -w--. &.

not take the last examination in time Warranty Deeds, legal form. True
to have his name on the list. He was Democrat Office. tf
one of the brightest men in the class .--'--. ---n-... -
and enjoyed the rare distinction of 1,000 Chickens and 5,000 bushels Corn
making 100 on his equity examination, wanted by July tMt, at
-Charlottesville (Va.) Progress. Tallahasse Mercantile Co.
Loa"g 8Tem9ee Figt Chao&e is UVy Pat .
For twenty years W. L Raw, of Beinni on the first daof July
t ^ft.... K ,_190. Price, will be inreasdifor teams.
Bels, Teom., foiight nasal catarrh. HeoaPrio ed in stuffs
esI" b welt O s a oness ad everything in our ina, as follows:
m* s 'a.feaf, till I began 50centaspera perborse ,for any uase.
^ Baekl's SolvW today ordoub tam s.
o auenae; this da u the mA m .reaJ. P. HousT"ou -
.and ... to .......a. .r.r to re- . O
tam." st ive i existence e c .- J.oO..1 DUNCAN.
at all drgrIsts. o R T -My five-room beae
P4 al r i w d"Malno LWW's Grove ; kth
ilr- A i m m v.Oe r4ga --, ,-S. W .I
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are riding? Few persons know what
to do. In mine cases out of tea the ome
who enters first eats himself on the
off side. But this il wrong. If. on get-
tng in first, you take the near eat,
your companI can then enter Isa ease
and comfort, which otherwise, he could
SOLa 4

To W.5.wpowecm Cwmr
belemtlimerican ive SIT"ON res
for wa -tpsefsiagfor fca" anm: efmp
dl"Isvd Is bee WSWAt"randasmug=r
of Irma nIaft 6"8& no s5%ug
amd .e"m bswN6 h the 3t 4tas
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go S foe *AVan de
low. a umod"

Reduced Prices.

a htemlo-a-eI ts t Ais very eao-
dadve to a good i ItI t prefte-
able to be a littalethan at all
ovraltd. Heces we c to one of the
firet oiMM of d Is the adult.
too large u a quantity od. After a
ordinary meal the foodoouA al have
left the somah by th end of llx or
seven boon. If owing an excesalve
quantity the stomach emnot dal with
the amount some food mainia ta the
stomach and ferments This creates
discomfort, pain, wi A nausea and
perhaps vomUitin, by means of which
the abused stomad gets rid of Its bur-
den. If the sufferer is not thus fortu-
nately sick the best %Ung be can do Is
to drink a large tumble of lukewarm
water, which will probably induce vom-
utng. and so wash out the stomach.
Half a teaspoonful of bicarbonate of
soda added to the fluid will cause still
more relief. During the next twenty-
four hours the ligbtet diet, such as a
little tea and dried toast, some boiled
rice. a Uttle arrowroot or corn flour,
should be taken.
cotehasrat Oe O *rmkbams.
In -Modern India" the author, Wil-
liam Eleroy Curtis, records his meet-
ing with the word gymkhana and
"ventures to say that nobody who has
not been in India can guem what that
And if you want another conundrum,
what is a chotohasree? It is customary
for smart people to have their choto-
hasree at the gymkhana, and I think
you would be pleased to Join them aft-
er taking the beautiful drive which
leads to the place. Nobody knows
where the word was derived from, but
It is used to describe a country club-
a bungalow bidden under a beautifttul
grove on the brow of a cliff that over-
bangs the bay-with all of the appurte-
nances, golf liaks, cricket grounds,
racket court and indoor gymnaalum,
and everybody stop there on an after-
noon drive to have chotobasree, which
is the local term for afternoon tea and
for early morning coffee.
WImite TeTr Wsteh.
The old st tMertof belief that you
will change your luck If you stop wind-
ing your watch at night and wind It In
the morning may have some slight be-
sis In fact, according to a Jeweler, who
says that the morning to the proper
time to do the winding. This is not
only because the hour of rating is for
the average man much mure regular
than that for retiring, but even the so-
berest and most orderly of men are apt
to relax and prone to carelessess at
bedtime, when more or less worn by
the wear and tsar of the day. In this
condition the winding is apt to be done
In a Jerky, Irregular sort of way or too
far or not far enough. "Nine people
out of ten wind their watches on going
to bed," said the Jeweler, "but If they
would do It when they get up, at some
regular point in the process of making
their toilet, they would do it much bet-
ter."-Phbladelphila Record.
Crious Almnhosao.
The most curious alnishouse In Eng-
land is St. Mary's hospital at Cbcthes-
ter. There eight old ludles live actually
In the church, which is a fine old build-
ing dating from 1080. It was originally
a monastery, but when Queen Eliza-
berh eame to visit there bhe turned It
Into an almshouse to endure as long as
almphouses exist. The old ladies have
two neat little rooms each down the
side of the main church, with win-
dows looking out on the garden. They
have each a coal supply, a kitchen
range, water and gas. At one end of
theo' urch If the chbii;'l, where daily
services are held. The choir stalls are
I'enuttfully caned old oak. the original
slents that the monksmn s(d. The church
qtazds In a quiet little square.
Too B.rloua.
hile a great mank o .brs'ens probably
take themselves too msrlously. enter-
taining an altogether exaggerated opin-
ion of their ability and worth, not
mnny nowadays go to the extreme
length of the (lerman whom the Eng-
lish poet ('oleridge met at Frankfort
lIe always took off bis hat when be
ventured to speak of himself. Were
this practice to become general what a
numitr of people would be permanent-
ly bareheaded!

Hiave you ever noticed the tight way
to get Into a hanaom when two people

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.





Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,

Monroe Street.

Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty.
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.

Cleaning and

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 25c.






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A Cup of White Heouse r Blue Label
oca aand Java Coffee
in what goes straight to the heart of
*-very man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous Just as good as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the beat of food
pr lucts -those we hav- Psoted "ar-
selves, and so can stand by t;.em.
J W COLLINS, Grocer.



Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables.
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shady
Pavillions. Boats, etc
Rlte 9 A 4j,& 17 Milm from Live Oak. m Lnive Oak Pey &
SGulfi R. Commsetiom at Live Oak with all Tis


We are now offering our figured

, lawns and odds and ends of other dry

goods, laces and embroideries at greatly



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Buggies made in Georgia. Buggies made in
lina. Buggies made in Virginia. Buggies made

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now

North Caro-
in Ohio.

fifty years at
in transit.

Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything in Leather needed on the farm.

Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles
and Saddle Blankets.
Turpentine and Mill Men will find what they want here.
The best in Heavy Harness.

J. D. CAY,

South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall.
STelephone No. 291.

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