The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00073
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ian lMK y c Em ahads a ldth -nr a.ad. ..n,,,dd pwatt t. The '* so ft

i th T_ 1Q the abmeorp- te of el of the pri.e resolved State was jut i h ea xteed corporate aim tsMll-g_
i- t from a Raiload 'sCkeoo a 's amy -@,- m hm -"* M" Jo Tile m eoa WtaeONon the
i D .moL m +eJ farms -ut A ag. .hreat oamatvn&."._ of a t,
.nd Goverr is r o. eta. p..rshae, make-s a'-- ppear ryO and m o.&s^ w.as S
S ab- b ohady to say the l -t.Gainsle to avats mp at
S monnlieeo a to drain hin dmtitut and homels peros ftto wo of the votet we i the een to
i fo m o the ~e~ihs houdi it fall sue s w h.Men traM n s portedbywhar-uti bo s o thtew om r ep o rn t an d r
"whn, ons tantlybwon too damp lget a thfor aen Will l t ad myr la th odn Mr
the pop of potatoes, h taon; to inmat of a now that other brothers of the press H.had t down a brik *- a
I1altlt allows the immense volun soldier and of solders' and have begun to take a hand, we will suc- walk in front of hns p on arik ird ee
rw auMular to amck soil to grow and sailor. homes. including those about to avenue and that af o ast grade
Sthey ae o taurplus moisture. My enter and those turlinr horn am kn pulIng the scales from some Of tshwd the brary wo FM. dol
S t howve, o the pump dihar, and bad of of people's eye. If we cannot have a likewise. tw
e pmad, het ir quicker pnm u ch aome.; to ne.e.oapry wo e of change any other way. let't fll these It was recommended that they i eary
iH more reliable. Captain Menge, of Ever- live stock, Itry and trit too em. otces next time with men who will n taeo Istrpe for .t dolrfsu
S gladesame ds.lvered peculiar snake pe on rsn re. n cas the t e u e hire g two m ere hand for thirty t mnadute l
ion eoe of h trips nlat the Evwlades. hp to li-nee ot t ..ph and telS think thwr o l pr ihw some and that Mr. Lw), *hmirm e W
This anake ie perfectly harmless, enjoys phone compae; to railway mail er- rights in the premises. Street Counmittee, be wered it and tainje
i the -ompaloahi of man, resembles vice employee, poeto ffue iaspectors, sell, for what he asai thi, a more and i t,
i two-olh hose and often ten feet long. customs inspectors, sad limm mnt in- Tropical San (West Palm Beach): The six-m-tle scape. The bse voted fav ht Ml Aes
Their peculiarity Is tak water in at spectoto; to employee on a, bar- orable the n n e at ot la
their ts and t from their a agent, witnesses attending any Democrat is sayin some t Thi mttee waed to be. b
'vp-m mouths with el forc. Capt. litl Invatigation in which the common things about tAe admtntItration....Gov. gin at ones the grading of Cintoo t blle
Sa Menge captured a number of tee carrier tereted, persons bued eho ward telegraphs t Tallahasse S street .
snakes and named them the "pum wrecks, and physicians and nurses at. that one of the dredges has commenced -Th: Seat question of vwa adp
oke." Withthemheraedle tending weha m,? een tellin m. i to rorfd Chate ando.mpa.
ony of pm Ipek andl had very little The a howee do not rowing mud. The Govenor has works. Tbe otet of twith a
oake." Wsithoth h raised Onol eni" suchohe mnioplow to w r
Sblafay. swallow affect travel In any special Atate, but been throwing muld or a year or mor te Wate Works C s
each oer's t, as it only Interstate passenge. Railroad -at ome of the e papers....Dem twe ad a thalf o muldadot *Wio- los
^*^ were, a line of paumw sm s Ke aad consequently can give pasies to all have begn tl tak & f a be be wwbed wutll theg toal ie
u eodthem s n Toceo ghis whom t y oder in to potesno Floridath mes on, Am t f e f rn
Sfarm sad ora ,ng ove t or points n any Staten bt not to any bning. to ee rthe usntake that was we t a a t. a
and on one oca t w er persongoafromoea to another. made i not eletw Hon. Robert W. Committee s .
Strain e e p oted b one fro -Jackson ll e Metro. avis as thaehif e e utive two yearm the 2.water to btd w autdo
toI F a w.e.' r.or i th. Ldischarge, o and,0 tad of POtt th t I O bvls 4 sa
length of ote entirely upon the Ev person shoul know that gooa see him again tU.ilh
Snumbe of soake. He could have io- health oble if the kidney are To read Claude 'gle' SUn oe asnesoe soy h0 ad T
ese line of spake hose stretching deranged. Fley's Kidney Cure will would think that a great wave of po a of water la f aa
from the Everglade over its rock mar. cure kidney and ladder dieae inevery ar wa out to wp over tt wod be s t one we .
Sns, constantly drawing water from form, and will build op and strengthen now haee. m t a
e and tin t into the ea. these organ. o they will perform their the Stat, nd we bellve that t is The matter wa turned over to Mr. M
The pp ke feed itself i ab- function properly. No danger of But when it comes t will bring disap- Saxon, the Committe on inanes, to ooey, wa
S olutely above rafting and will never Briht'e disease or diabetes if Foley's polntment to Claude .. .Editor Russell, develop it further. As soon a the Me e .
wear out, n no experts to diret Kidney Cre i taken in time. old by ofthe Paltka New, go after Claude The next thing discussed wa the cit oved passage w a
their work and womdI remove the wa- all dealers. L'Engle as follows: It Is not likely opera house. It was denounced by aco- M ..t- ala
ter from the Everglade long before his a Editor Claude L'Engle, with all hit del- climation as a fre-trap and dinrace. Te Uver
present system would be ready to corn. re l catel emphaied and beautifully After some talk and disbason, a com- -
mence operations." The weather was disagreeable, but rounded paragraphs so replete with mittee was appointed to confer with the is out of order. You go toed aia bad
a ne- -W-.th the crowd came anyhow. Rain wae wind and water, will be able to divet owners as to making other exits. humor and get up wiaad taste a
Seel impeding Deem. only a few minute away when Umpire attention from the direct, ncisive -- -- your mouth. You want ae to
SThe feeling of imendIng doom in the Cassler called la ba and Pittman charges which Editor Collins. of the Pt Tsm Away, Always. stimulate your live. Just
Smindsaf of man i w ed out bT the d a True Democrat, is makg aaint the The TimeUon t a man amoa*-oa
thankfulness by the benefit derived forced to rest content with a ingle to Collins ha to do to win to continue me a 1Opt. rs. -
from taking Foey's Kidney Cure. It left, however, but when the next man, hewing to the line and let the other fel. bpa ait always be we Te, write: "tave

uied thcmr L In b fh w en they r to emscind. loTh datchr, r u ild, hadbeenoc uem men
rla amed a disor Pt an layed-off thi dr na to any ma- t bit am ng taken hoome andw weo wi to Hert6 So p b
diabee in Its worst fom, writes throw to third, though, to eatch the The Tsvares Herald had several good he woma nt have tok t inthi druggist.._______
eht 1y*icaofwihum t Irf. Ony the basn d Pisa s. a articles we marked and lnteded to re- factor; or. at last would have ben La^e Uraiesr News.
tfF s K Cu cock tried to score on the same ball, produce, but some one carried off our sober oagh wh released to reinar having plenty of ra now
madne a well man. Sold by all deal- but was tag1M d at the p ated. andtwe wr tser teby. gu*i hrn We r p ny oaf rai p ow,
em toll you how it was all done. The vi.- copy, marked personal, so we may use friend he tried to murder. As a gen- potatoe..
L*ea C~saty Tehbcme itorewere t "wet weather laees." It next week. -rsI thlion aay k ick a drunken man Mr. R. W. Levy and family visited
Mr. A. Wahnish, to give him more They had eyes on th from -- thw on Mr. G. W. lat Threday
barn room to re his 11-acre cropof the start. True, nearly all of their men Governor Broward wired a message upon the street and carry him home Mr. Andrew artld atT Whit
Somatra wrapper tobacco c of this were hired me, but our noley hereto- to the capital from Port Lauderbale the and I nine ses out o tn willt t Lake church saturday ad uay.
S ear whh was produced on r. W. C. fore has een to beat hIred men ad re da tat "the Aut drfeme ih diw- if re or i Mr. Lafayett Atknn wan hereSna
n olajusrtheast of the city, all. The batting of the Greenvilletom shr dhe rt e in d rate re wi l win org yo routh to nLfehome Ainst Tweday.
has reied sad is now preparing a lare should have scored more runs. The to- gg mud." Evidently the Internoal ateng m oblvousof the fact r s o Roherto visited hpa3t,
rtof Hoo.A. L Wells warehouse fort. eal just bol them down to earn every Improvement Fund, aIgmented by the t you may bp perfectly sober your- Mr. ad Mrs. D. J. Atinon, last Sun
S. Wahtish ay as Se wrapped to- Mre the made proseed of the Jennings s ale at 41-8 - so day.
e hacos can be predmeed in Leoo county Scfre by innings: t e are of h d that wat ime- l 1 Mr. McKinnon eaire eot tlat Friday
Ca anywhere in the world, sat Mr. Tllahtaseeo-10000 1 00s-o cent.will per ae ofndthtta wsd- we believe that it and tried his luek at the nnny tribe.

Hr berg' aea wlla Mr. anI ieei----- 0 0 I 5 8 0 r1 dtey resol t oper a is B- Asa dresg for old crhroig sores F n t Ro" was aO the y .
ia ^ Usppe portion of t afl Ta.5O got thre hit. and truck lag wed by the Drainage How theeot SaS Mr. and Mrh. CharabeBr- agate
p.nwde ta every year. yB t ethr set ot fr mn ws it M ao ladtT...._o G. Matos etel thiey shoud at their Hyde Park bon having wal
agg ^J~e*?^ oeto hi sg two-base hits and 8 twoas aste Sprt m an whs s ie rsa

ther*wrk a*nd agaoul er didtate to the Odaee Banea by al das fotw. being Improved and enlarged.-Tampa
ta ; fber a E*5ega lon- btate u that it vIe nowr to the rytle as f-.ta and-_ Tribtnae.
pe .sent asEset woul Abh ra Weco Gsr nval at vo.T."-lt. agsae Se tor emp zo, hadve Mr. b. C. Welch, of Ckettoade, whe
menc opeation a Th knows that Ballard's Saew Tainime t le Bes.or what he wants faome Ban- waes for several a student ef thi
*Zobs> l ry ad Jo-a. tsh o a lhagabas d ai The Tree Democrat is your hoe pa- aiuras Sanogs Ao thme ver among his many fort a few ay
ss fani sof it S waled t Le J wir Pctrealse it lainaisberally sad .A mew lt st at 0artis wek.R
ea riac hiabetes a b cano n tou htme i fora atn Fr Hbettr for you. We hope tf ie s. Lh Ti mseUoeor Sy Normal Cteeawe a i&
0i andW- ota Ba ^s Th^ye ut nt aIs me a go t in he twhe folwn om to. W
takuns by theeeofa derivmed Sre to reestty teremainc Wnteny with a 1rihto ois to wrin inJtoScontinuSSS
brC.G.My~r.m-dhe Ts- faIt ani be ath and uywllt fI d mebe ave astup= it:
der are e inaa fiew- day afth w secon aer ato eed ofIn .ft these heat lte werit iet at theSSaSob

a man. Sold *by ut a plate. aa m my s ? S. C

e~~~o In aso bit" haveame nowspaper a r me 4uew as e sweer was 14 ftmmja
sS&a th I&-SC thta t we knw of; but we wMN 9w1 %tUh 1 dsgdbat Qahe.
am ahe to te0 allte.Tehr an usa eveaft
mom do MINkinL -
a* asIes.o Ir they d do at tean we wil 7eve
siemn anthel WeSt to wrio a
up a. We have 4pM a2 Agbt
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h 9 seW We sepeimse the Sawlge so at emWu bed a sdpMi'&1W
Dmme r~in~d. dmay amw +h ~ hb p aaem, e
i3h5. tuc ed th Ey a y 0 tDememt at M by e
.as.ubm a -N.- m ono a and the a setter l ias l asb @gm m1 is .iW pie ate *
...l d fa l at. tif that .e1ep ol dmis soe W. 1 t s, aks Jbo t ym. o, k .m' e m. skl s him MS
$m. ,-,- W ~ T7A4V 4 sa l 0ta, Je9a ,tesy -, is ..lt .6. t W.f. knw .I Wrh, T41r0
t w ei drd dr > srWwepiegand anggto. a a te* em ti
T; .... obj.s... Nsw.... Isef. It is re lly M te a 1 h fern o2 o _e wI M e, a tte olk, nee at ia
BOSOM APP sa,, .... .. .... ....t 1 1001 Oab P I W.. .. .. . .
....... .. ... t mMAsksM. u, My doel l to Mso rM befe you took ad Mr. L *Lt' b Mt & bi
Yahllsse.s, 3 as, MS, pAtlIS 0 or JMi -*tI s WM5 Gov0. ud a snp thlEs veP IhtereatlOg letter writiag. t onf sateor "ae"t krla
arm ss Interview, P a t om I e to 11 s dspomto awn it itMr. Comms m
--- mor B3award's aterview, published a mS ttlW IIi m t. It rs :t A sh fa irt y:
he TM IUl sys "If theGaS week previous, and makes the am kaw f t P te ael o. It If Mr Cols

for the atter sad moral upbild Sm ws, te ddressd tot a rsted. wh. i arrest fwas attempted* ^a f~ ot
of the be of the I. I. Bad and TrSt St s at *epntof Soo afterwards it was su,,stad that newpape man who ha
o ther w ea rsior ,aopo mheI oI our An l Trosttee were wdanttcol sadedue d tim Exeutive om.no this offer shoul have P100 for the h. Cide. you meanae to aelult us ot
h w im o All fly. lt were Idetial .L C tkliheoug oto t
Itorial spaN. But we give s to the addrem One was ent e ge, he has t i s this of- r deed o ll des peredo. Some b foolih enoch to apply to tom ao-
fadoy sad hop ce sty bmy tb fervtplsd. s one to nar othep Cop to *lw. Ve ry truly yours, J.tpie d for wide es on wu to mke
buthe Ttrumrer, one t ttethe Ato&Wo ,,
~wi senfl and one to the Comns Wolf.e, Prite Seretary to the Gov- amor Td the sheriff, who finally came us e thanks. You also manage
Florldlians g rally regret to learn ae of Ariulture, all exn OO eror... to Tilehass to settle the matter ad to convit youralf of having m
of the oatinuad sriorus illness of Mr. Trustee of e Internal Improvemet We published that occurrence ust as collect the reward promised by the Gov- role of champion of the admnl.tra-
oOge W. Wilson, o ditor-In-ehlf of Fu ith. appened, and admitted that the ao- ernor. (Some asterisks ought to go in ton, viM us that trouble, and that
te Tme-U n, who is stiU at Hoet ad cp o etter snt to ..you playd it to ws twy smalL hae.] Wel, to make a long story you are not e n tht
S priag in mi eable health, with a Hon. W. V. Knott, State Tr ure. ifa has been told, you are the Uilty short, as tee story goes, Mr. toward Ridleulous the iden that Jo| Collins
stnt probability that he will not re. Sir-In the isse of the True watch, and, as yo once signed papers gave the shri an order to Mr. Wolfe wod be nn apoop Menou to ask
S"The TlBh True Demort will m G e or thef m that you had libelled Col. W. Chip Mr. Wolfe asserted the dignity of his busMess-like transactions so that mat-
ful a d o e t e m bm te me one to the Attaro o usr
Sat wa that it is opped to the fto .t s la ofth i r lay, we telie our statement in this o tl position by stating to the sheriff tack miht be made on tem Really.
dmlage of thm Everlade."-Polk * That's riht; now S mattr wi hold good against yours that It couldn't "be did"--ther was no you should have known btter. What a
O-ttty acrd. It sonly will, since it your eyes oTr anywhere Inrin rda. We call your at- law or auMority for it. Aft tell spectacle to make of yourself before
Ssls h be fon u d m Ie thkoM. swilnes nuetk a l ted. Don't tetuion, and that of your sponsors, to Mr. Wolfe he had the Gova NO's those august statesman And to as-
W e It M rialHty, hambe, mlw itto you n e.rend esn the fact that no such handieap to our Oalma ad it was none of his concern aume that they kept a record of the
thms taX burden and scheming in. r tiAt goods. Integrity and reputation has ever ex- since he got his reward, the story goe, dates on which we sought information!
TI n T m. Democrat win continue to say presW that r. Collins i able rtedc. Some of your friends, referring he returned to the Governor, who con- Worse yet. But we hope you are not
someotat unttl that Infamous Joint t awe die s t'th n he would to the portion of your conduct which we ducted them sheriff to Mr. Croom and laid incurable.
re voted down ad out and r of that Mr t Co ma termed contemptuous," exs you the case before him. Mr. Croom said, Claude, there is omethi radically
until t1e people of Plorlda are eon. sought information asM to the doings of by saying, "That isjust Wolfe's way." "You order it, and it will be paid." wrong with your "representatlves."
v iaeedi thme tohave corrected many ti I. I. Bead from the m mter.s of Alright, we .accept that. If Wolfe's It isai a warrant was drawnand $100 You ought now to be able to so that.
wn the day, and of the last ve aPItb would sTm M Mr. natural way is contemptuous, far be it paid that sheriff as a reward, when no That we have gotten the information
Wor si yeart. Now, won't you lend a bn al to lb e of information from us to demand that he change his reward had b n offered for that pris- no one has controverted, and that we
S hand la th work in the street of our whith te Slunas not been able to ob- Innate dIspostion, but we object to owner, either dead or alive. Investiga- did not et it from the board you have
p plage Nal the kehemen? ta inalthnoa h re tatve of the such disposition being ivensach Hcense tio at the proper time may show that conclusively proven. It was "straight
nbd e m have s oug ste .Dontb n public matters, and suggest that It a um.er of .e-h -ooeh trash"ctios are goods," Cleaude. We are mnt early so
a wome one of say beee .a iotWe w wouldd like, for o would eas to change o pant of b i ng maneuvered through, refardles close to the capitol ai yeoural, but we
Adbo t, iis tof etpise i t to have you tell us on what the o.ce. of lack of legal authority, Just S "scoped" you, and you ad better be-
Mahurdengsan poses In this dates gri I Colligs s ht ormation Mr. McLina's little letter follows: CAushE TOSE IN rIGB AUTHORITY Dg gin to hustle for we Intend to do it
Sad eWeration of lshness, ad from y as to the ns of the I. I. Dear Sir-Your communication of the da o8 ORDea IT. (Work for to he neor t a- rst cha-e.
he who eild abse that Infa o ihdokd- meomp ou, of r Boa.d and oIw department. We addressed to me as Cousledyioner eg st re)aderou fre InqirisO
fI a a l tdo wna nd ou, nd thi o s wi thM view of refresha of lu nhe)Claude, re iria
S~w sou ftl hiseltf a e et o t rto la tof Who is to blame for this manner of ingi su lc. yl _on to
Male pes ole fFras ,o otreeo.s4r" T-t tirolo T'ine, so thatiwedmayibe Igd"ree-- ---so i--tIe e-v. pIor du
teIIS.B frfMomtemeeomm "--- toifAhgGenerl lis csesW this' tiattarlet wa writte0St, yu lette o nqiyt
artiete of frieodip as one may be aole bdy Ctwoud L'E le r, tr alr'e I betu av fr letter parade ias_ follows: ,oTh..e M enu e in o
to sathe hiseNf -, Tm fellow who Why did you t quote the whole r atio to r t mr ine t o rf AT Ar 1alet
bawil InUeworkIn s heaIn cipe rs to fo lr hic Of gnot be= abhepeosonna o rdispi to, e object to.. th"er, eitheredod i vst.ng eIf didnt It rmth3or dLyou,,, i.
Se Sa lethedigitiaralsl, to I itof61r tagd out e th requested orsation g relative and weoald ltoerm you on what dates Mr Petitionsarel bepn carrie aroundwa
wty p-ple what sa. possibly be main parts and s asterisks? but nates nda er superision as Co sought Information from me as to the sr Informda., for signatures asking for
theed a sf friendship. Is of that matters not. Your silly attitude mission eof A tre nor as a mem- doings eu see o th e I another "wet and dry" election In leon
Wr.te on earth. H ewhods met value pretum you got just what you were o ilackIe to mefany IfortioJnU mas toT hat hvngt "pryo hton prove n
a trua and tled friend above all e*Ise askad to come after, and quote each A repreaertative of this newspaper oft effa o tOhis dp mt b n 1 thm n many
n properly apprlate anything on reply as it was given you, in cold type. did call at Mr. McLins otce to secure bu that whenever h or any other eit- o us beve to be the c and w
Manth. ----- --- -. Did we not tell you at the beginfing some information relative to one of sen of the State applies for such infor- s. .. ry .. '_ _ _
ven mangrove swamp lands are that you we welcome to the whole those former sacr~fl land ,ale. In maton e will given by me full in- cannot aord to have our city go back
worth more than 411 Ments an acre, itf "bu h; that you could have the fairnem to him, however, we will s.s ortat emat s te o th e. at to
you plase, and betn located on t whole shoot tch, with the State that be was out of the city, and our and orrpoldce te f tot end. will doubt, but w, bell there will be
lower Everlade, Ift ver lade lad. printing thrown in; that we did not represMntative applied to him chief clerk, As to the inerrmatlon concerning the I ittn fnStl- it-n -
U bring over 1. per acre, so should toady to them, and that we were not Mr. Cliff Gwynn when he was informed transactions of the Trus s of th In less of t in the future. Rather than
tee tt were soM the last time to deetful with them? We meant it, and that a resolution had aen adopted and It a; ovemen Fhun, th o s cmedito a r d.- o -
nthesefthatthatoon October alth, 1904thetrustees countofItheseblind:tigers, amlet'cedeeyour-
at Palrove Company, who desMred now they are your own, with all you spread on the minutes to the effect that adopted the follow resolution which mine for the
the fo the lds, *te., there was In e t out of them "Nurse them no Information could or would be fur is found on page MO of volume n of the M il.... .... .
Sth m lamed by Mr. Jennn. ." ni anyone of the tn ctionlntd m s of the Trustees of the bity of the Capital City, which is also
n d the Board. Mr. Jenninse and the Mr. Knott comes rt, and we quote the board except by permission of that "o lm Thl ue.stforany e t e In ith I hibtio
Beard may believe a ood deal was his little letter body, and, if we mistake not, direct information con ning the aars umn of dry counties That the good
made, but we do not believe many Dear Sir-In answer to your letter of us to Governor Broward, himself, who or records of the Trustees of the intar-
Plordians will think any such stuff. iltuiry, dated Snd inot., have to ad- told Mr. Choste in a very sarcastic and qst Improvement Fund, that Ai te e,- mor r county are better than
. ish wl.v e,.. l. i,.. t vsehar, so far M I can recall, Mr. qm. t .. .. .t. _ii -- rd to the tuteel for they ever were there can be no doubt,
theN e y w to e mp i Collin- ha f mad no nquir of me, ha emphat manner that he did not see permission or direction relative thereto, and most of our business men testify
land to rate money to carry on that submitted no request for Information to why we Ahould ive you fellows any in- prior to the furnishin of any data, cop- that it has not affected business Sure
drainage scheme, let the world know It, me, and has received no information formation, as you are always dirggng ep. of records, deeds, plate, or map s, it*.. ".ib..."... ov
ead perhaps. you can secure a better from me, relative to the affairs of the us.'" Mr. Choate informed him that, relative to the Internal Improvement t s that many who used to spend their
S-i Ym-wi an.g sa la... nt dInternal Improvement Fund of Florida, while this newspaphadcriticisedom Fund, undhr said request. hat when money for whiskey now apply it to the
Samont of which ram ex- io one of the rome iof liet or deeds, or other rec- better support and comfort of them-
g mloginto the millions-tomakeahow- truuste. Your ver truly acts o the former administration, up to ord map or data, are furnished to an el .Ind families, arei byn pr-ope
Sg In "digging them ditches," so why W. V Knott, tate Treasurer. that time the True Democrat had had applicant, that a copy thereof be fur- o e. .d f'u bre pm
ot get the bette prices by being pub- We admit we have not, for the rdi o nooccasion to charil ehis administration heads of- d ortme a trn c, .nd a the eo andget Ih e drio,. therspat
l about it just a ttle bt before the that it wa s altogether unnecessary. We with wrong-doing; but that the True rotary of the trustees furnish a copy of ie illegal sllers, but still it leave
e atre m e.l w g t onto it mthl got all e information we needed to Democrat would criticize wrong dong thene reslutI to all the employees things better, all thing. consider
e after it Woma recorded in Modroe no h a ey. ptorltion in the 4u-cent ln ad whenever occasion aroe for it. Since of thetrustee." o l andred
Sounty too, and eom hele clear, furnished u from the lelt thnwe have n ionfor criticism have furnihed no information to than with open bar-rooms.
SaIsclaim eldbyear furnMr.shdenn gs from the ery t4 e hanneoteeransao criticnsofm anyone concerinf the transactions of Let's not be discouraged, but rather
33 T 1O3MO3 0 OF FLORIDA records of Monroe county, and we pub. in some of Mr. Browrd' pet schemes the Trustees of the Internal Improv- put on armor, and for the war. Crate
Slashed it as we got We, however, a and in some of hi reckless sayin and met Fund without first referring thentient in t i
e ambelr I the City of Chcage few months before, demanded of you a doins, and we shall continue to do that matter to the trustees pursuant to the such a sennt against illegal selling
Va a Dredge Boat. published statement as to where the same thing just so long as they occur, abve-quoted resolution. ttrthe law wil be tijorced to the
S The Governor of Florid,. according Htate moneys were deposited and what as we have done in this outrageous low active of the True Democrat has ever Now that the whiskee elemnt hve
S e OigagO contemporary. has lately security were hekld for same, which in- sale of lad. applied to me for any information in re-v N the wh ik e mn
S that ety buying liter of the formation had been rqueted o( the The is a land matter, however, we lton to the transactions of the trus- begun thert wr of the campaign
S U Bliane 1 Ltmber Company. This Govenor by resolution of the labt Le. have mind of that we will ask Mr Me- sm fa l am governed ha a member to he welfare of our youth and obrletya
Smighty strange thi for islature, and which had been Itnored sh of later. That leave Mr McLin of the teeth any etlreman of the re .
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of lumber State to do. and treated with contempt until w- onme better than the worst of them. pre or an other citenof the State Leon dry. If we can t hold
maot naveofu I com countyeinformatio
always know that the plied to you for it. We got it, and But now comes Mr. Croom: may have full and complete Information eo ydry we a t ho
WtIo rI ty uiry oncering any and all tr c of of that petition we will publish it,
t never md of TrueDem oes not belive in to ask me or information a to this trarethe s rs. W are eit
Aid tlL. The story un1w that such a very bad man, and we leave you oe t, tohi my wMr. o a TrusteevW.e.YErAttorney-General. will bte impossible to get eooavg I
Wrowad was in Chirage for off here. of the I. 1. nd or as Coptroller, I Now, we accept General Ellis' letter boat the betof the wit oarcol
Sof buying lumber, nin But now come &J. Emmet Sheep (in desireto a to t r tCol.l jut as it is in so far as it relates to O t of the eaty Tget up
0ktt for State purpose which Wolfe's clothing), and reader, will you i e ad me fo ma of or asking imforformation relatiUv a peti" o a 5g at rp
Se evelently cured at a particularly give attention to him. He kind. He hs know. to thi or other leadiatters, but, know les, st of th wn hae ato
mS ket ear by.' e setu*- is the same fellow that a few Jkm e been I onfoe At Mr. lat be is femliar with several ftmVny fro m elem e that eas aft for
ithe am ut g on to My. ville oommitteemae made an independ- e, Iev"a l s MP.' little thiMa wPMl hi happened tha fth, Mal aigles tin et our
V wht pine celing, (loor e t oeadldait of agalmt Mr. Holeway, a le onle os e n a dashed in *ou M pevest d M t- t ement and the
tak. Msoee of which was in- who hald base regularly and dulya mi. iand reedved a e pmym Is # tiomationa ff there o fth rfw th. S e k meep em
asmo a stamem owned by atad bya Demnoerateis primary, after srt. and thiss, "a ." (e9tieh1 to putItn0 6alu ) a
O" aUsw n hais lew havoig requeted him a withdraw f.e a eweewe er nal MeI" dee to have a Metsa n*b
Stlmi m the mo (whM Mr. ollnowa voy r7aa ml spod o ae s iON. a
eu"Waf9- ptel re an whn eeds aned w am t- eseson to Sn 0e reew tore ase m m i s
votes o@ Floflk fully snAhkbed bya 8 6s1r t1he Tfu60 Msheily u whim s as *00heoseaw*

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!..o was among our
m a.os tMes i.week. d

I= young matron of
ae at party Thr aof her
~r thfe affair.
Mr. G odge lAwis, Mrs. B. C. Lewis,.
ad it Mary and Lilla Lewis are
mout thata pl asaat acon at St. Te-
Jobhn T. Bradford and family
Mr oward Gamble and family ar
Mira. John MeDog all and A. Sto-
veason are at St. Tereas for an outing.
brtorh th generou appreciation of
Bw *of his friends, In.byred by tkt
laB e ofgood fellows, Mr. George C.
Wa Jra, Rev. J. B. Ley has een pre-
sented with the biecleh
mount that skill can contrive. ft is
needless to say that it in a racycle per-
feit in its appointments and equate in
inih, nor that its possessor is duly
grateful for this act of generous
thoghtfulness on the part of his
.friend-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. Julia C. Trice has opened a pri-
vate school in the city for a few months
during the holidays.
Mr. C. W. Perkins, of Tallahasee,
who has been touring Oklahoma, Indian
Territory and other western points,
pent Sturdayin Pensacola on his way
home. Mr. Perkins says that it is a
nae country out there, but he found
nothing that equal old Leon in all his
j ourneying for solid comfort.-Pensa-
cola New. Mr. Perkins arrived here
Hon. W. A. Rawls,' who is now en-
s tcid in the wholesale and retail drug
Sbusinesas in Pensacola came over and
pent several days withhis family and
STallahaee friends returauing to Pen-
cola Tuesday evening. Tallahi eeans
and the True Democrat wish him well
at his new libme and in his business en-
Capt. W. C. Lewis returned home last
week after a several weeks' business
visit to Chicago.
Christian Science services are held
every Sunday at their read rooms,
overF. P. JWoodwarde and her hots of warmpublic
iev cordially invited to attend them.
Mr. John H. Patterson, of Chairta.
was in the city Tuesday, accompanied
by his children, andl made the True
emor at a 'edays.t visit.
Mrs. AL.Houstoodward arrived in the
ctfr Monday evening for a visit to Mrs.
and. rsP. Woodward and her hosts of warm
frTallahassend are friend, all of whom are
ever pleased to have her with them.
Mrs. S. W. Crichlow, of Port Tampa
reaCity is visiting relatives in Tallahaosee
for a few da ys lve for a two.
Mrs. P. Houstoun has returned home
from Tampa, where she visited her
daughters Mrs. Geo. P. Raney, Jr.,
andMrs. e Wall. Her Tallahassee
friends are reoiced that she returns so
greatly im~oved in health. Mrs. Hous-
toun will iira few days leave for a two
months' stay in the mountains.
Mr. Walter Markham, of Romeo, who
has been manager of the Parker Rail-
way News Company at Tallahassee has
resigned that position and accepted one
'with the auditor of the Georgia, Florida
and Alabama Railway. The New Com-
any regrets very much to lose Mr.
Markham, for he t a faithful and ener-
getic young majn but the people of Tal-
lahaasee are glad to know that he will
remain with them.-Oeala Star.
* Invitations have been received here
to the wedding of Mr. Scott Dilworth
Clarke and Miss Carrie Bailey, which
will be celebrated at the Prebyterian
church in Monticello on Weeeday
evening July 25th. The prospective
groom is the well known and popular
young lawyer of Monticello, and his
brde-to-be tis the charming daughter of
Gen. and Mrs E. B. Bailey. They have
many friends in our town who wish
them all happiness.-Madison New En-
Let the war on weeds and unclean
streets be taken hold of in earnest. We
note now a ine crop of weeds on the
ekes of some aidewalks and on vacant
lots. If the growth in weeds is allowed
to run a few more weeks we will be in
a -4Idernes. of tall, high weeds again.
and of course comes with it mosquitoes
and sickness.
The announcement was received in
Taashmes last week of the marriage*

tryin se tomaeh
e a~ i never been known to
tal For male by all druggists.

Parties deiring te raphie work
done can be acommoda by appplyrw
to Mss CoeTA. Office at Glmore
Davis Co.'s hardware store. 17-tf
Deer Claude: What In the world is
the matter with you, anyhow?
Heo. R. Hudson Burr and R. C. Dunn,
of Tallahassee, were among the promi-
nent Floridians registering at the Aram
gon last night.-Times-Union, 12th.
Mrs. W. H. Ellis, one of the most
charming of Tallahassee's bevy of
spring brides, was the guest of Miss
Joeephine Budd for several days last
week.-Monticello News.
Friends, if you know any local hap-
penings tell us, or telephone it to us,
whether you know us personally or not.
that will help us to publish all the local
news. The True Democrat is your home
local paper and we wish to cover the
field thoroughly.
We buy anything and sell everything.
Be sure and see us before you buy or
sell-matters not what it is.
Tallahassee Mercantile Co.
Mrs. H. C. Herring and daughters
are now pleasantly settled at Tampa
where the young ladies have all secureiA
Stood situations, and Mr. Herring will
in the family there in a little while.
carry the best wishes of Tallahas-
seeans with them to their new home.
A petition has been filed with the
county commissioners asking for a local
option election. The board named
Wednesday, July 11. as the day for the
board to meet and canvass the petition.
The county commissioners should acru-
tinise the petition carefully and see that
no names are counted except those that
are legally inscribed thereon.-Monti-
cello News.
A freak of an egg was found by Mrs.
Joseph Duval last week. She discovered
a very large one in a lot which were
sent home and called Mr. Duval's at-
tention to its size soon after it came,
but as he had seen a large eggs before
paid very little attention to it thatday.
Next day, however, when Mrs. D.
broke the shell to use it, it was found
to contain on the inside of the large
shell another separate and distinct but
fully developed egg in a shell of its
own-one small egg in a shell, enclosed
in another shelL
If you would get the very best in
Watehea and in general Repair Work,
call and see Nicholson. 19-tf
Before leaving town for the summer
see Burns & Co. for trunks and suit
Misses Ona and Bessie Zachary and
Willie May and Mamie Callahan were in
the city for a few days this week.
Mr. James Vinson is home for a few
weeks recuperating from a broken col-
lar-bone the result of an accident on
the G. F. & A. railroad.
The City Council have had turned in
to them the revised edition of the city
ordinances, printed at the Sun and Cap.
ital office. It is refreshing to note that
the new management is now doing bet-
ter and cleaner public printing, as the
stuff formerly turned out by the Capi-
tal Publishing Company was a disgrace
to both the printer and the State offi-
cials who were responsible for it. Now
the people are being given something
better for the public money that was
formerly paid for smeared and botched
Saved His Ceorade's Life.
'While returning from the Grand
Army Encampment at Washington
City, a comrade from Elgin, Ill., was
taken with cholera morbus and was in a
critical condition," say Mr. J. E.
Roughland of E"don, Iowa. .'I gave
him Chamierlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrheos Remedy and believe saved
his life. I have been engaged for ten
years in immigration work and con-
ducted many parties to the South and
West. I always carry this remedy and
have used it successfully on many occa-
sions." Sold by all druggist *
The Epworth League entertainment
at the home of Hon. H. T. and Mrs.
Felkel last night was a great success,
and all whoattended enjoyed the oea-
asion very much.
When your Watch, Clock, or Jewelry
needs repairing, or you need new
goods in a first-class jeweler's line, call
and see Nichol on, and he will do you
first-class work or sell you the best
good for the leat money. 19tf
Mr. C. H. Dickinson spent Wedne-
day in Sopehoppy on business.
The il' "B. 8. Club" entertained
last T eay evening at the home et
M- Mian Afeed, on North Mmase
atfet.". z Thyo'ipo te .. eiyt-

SO another, bowe

i rtieshort-measure
worth? How is Devoe rt .E
Theme are a year in the sa.

Nelow Y fa
P. S. Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint.
KL A. Ahuma Baqet.
The Woman's Club served a banquet
to the Kapa Alpha Alumni Asocla-
tios Thursday ngiht at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charl A. Cay, on North
Munro street. Hon. Fred T. Myers
acted as toast-master of the occasion.
Notwithstanding the fact that it was.a
"stag affair," everyone present had a
Jolly time and were young again in fra-
rnal ti s.
Asthm-a S rTs SheeldN ew This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bussaing,
701 West Third street, Davenport, Iowa%
writes: "A severe cold contracted
twelve years ago was neglected until it
,finally grew to asthma. The best
medical skill available could not rive
me more than temporary relief. Foley's
Honey and Tar was recommended, and
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
of asthma, which had been growing on
me for twelve years. If I had taken it
at the start I would have been saved
years of suffering." Sold by all deal-
ers. 0_
Mr. Robert Lewis, of Woodville, was
among his Tallahassee friends yeater-
Persian Lawns and Wash Mulls at
Evans'. Just arrived.
Dr. G. W. Lamar and C. W. Neeley,
Jr., of Quincy, were at the Leon yes-
Persian Lawns and Wash Mulls at
Evans'. Just arrived.
Messrs. J. J. Harrell, of Crawford-
ville; H. H. Hoes, of Apalachicola, and
N. W. Coleman, of Carrabelle, were
among the visitors to the capital yes-
One look into the windows of Burns
Co. will convinej you of the sterling
quality of their =eodf.
R. P. Hopkins, general passenger
ent of the Live Oak, Perry and Gulf
air e omodaf mos m petent
State. He was aTe time agent of the
Seaboard at Tallahe, and was one
of the most popular aents In the em-
ploy* of the system.--ainville Sun.
Don't take our word for it, but come
and see for yourself, and you will admit
that we are leaders of low prices.
Tallahassee Mercantile Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pichard left yes-
terday for Tallahassee, where they will
spend a few days with the parents of
the former From Tallahasmee they
will visit several summer resorts on the
Gulf coast.-Live Oak Democrat. And
right glad, too, are Tallahasseeans that
this popular young groom and bride are
visiting them. There is always a wel-
come at home for our young people.
The advocates of the open saloon
ought to keep a barrel on tap in town.
just to give the voters object lessons as
to the useful and beneficent influence of
boose on the individual and the com-
munity. Monticello News
His many friends will be #orry to
learn that Mr John T. Crawford I ill
Mr. Aaron Levy returned home and
to business Wednesday greatly im-
proved in health His hosts of Talla-
tee friends are giving him a warm
welcome, as he in one of our mt pop-t
ular business men and a member of the
City Council.
Mr. Willie Phillips is an expert hand
at arranging shiw windows. While the
windows to his store are small, by al-
most daily changing the goods displayed
in them, with his good taste in arrang-
ing, they are always attractive and in-
viting. It can truthfully be added, too,
that the stock throughout the store is
also neatly arranged
Fewer Gallons, Wears Longer; Devoe.
Mr. Fred A. Burch, the popular and
attentive bookkeeper at Levy Bros.,
will leave for Toronto, Canada, Satur-
day for a summer outing. He has many
friends and admirers In Tallahasee,
who wish him a pleausnt outing and
hope to me him return to his post of
duty Shuch refreshed for the fall and
winter business, which keeps him so
closely confined. -

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i Broward has just returned from
i wher he has been to
work of the
for the board
OfM o me for the pur.
m t the governor' et
a w built at Fort Lauder.
eyrt Rw, to the westward of
ralIroal bridge across the river.
Sptse was aeeted beesue the
Sp14 wasu too wide
M r Ith sdraw-bridg open-
p From tis It will be sen hat this
dredge can never be used anywhere
*l, unless t Is taken apart and then
rebllt on the other side of the bridge.
t can keep on cutting Its way up New
river, however, until it enters Lake
Okeechobee, and then cut out again
provided enough funds can be obtained
to carry on the work. Gov. Broward
Is having another dredge of the same
elass athe Everglade built at Fort
Laderdale. The second dredge will be
known as Okeechobee. No report has
yet been received of the working of the
dredge, and nothing has yet been heard
of It being sighted on the banks of the
ret inland sea of Florida.--Times-
The DeLand Record, referng to the
Oeala Banner's query, '"Whn Ia putting
* the dough for Governor Broward a
drOaage campaignn" pertinently obeer-
es tht f t voters of Florida are
foHh e to ratify the drainage
amadmet ihey will soon And out who
patltheefddler, to their sorrow St.
AIguthne Record.
Oovoeror Broward and John Beard of
f assaeola will meet in Joint debate on
the ueaston of drawing the Bverglades
alew s and the problem wi4 be
and orhly discussed. hen
Sw se have finished print.-
t lutirng the speeches of the
t= there is no doubt the peo-
state will he thoroughly en-
As they will vote on a con.
amendment pertaining there-
ovember, there is a certainty
will relish all information
-,t can be laid before them.
ong, in a communication to
.aCety Times says: However
I y ave been towards Gov.
-A-bstratlM. I do not
40 4,l the a Qtb ds for
0U 9- of 0 and 411 cents per
t too n the face of the fact
Broward,) had declared
t t vertlsea worth (6.00
a t present state.It It s a
tt thimbewed lands
shMUade tO to $10.00
s [ey d lgtoqu~mty and quality
k tlyslod a no doubt
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Ia His right Agalast Alleged
and le Trusts.


New Company Is Proposed to Manufac-
ture Iee and Contract With the City
to Sell It at From $2 to $4 Per Ton
for Thirty Years.
County Solicitor W. J Bryan says
thot he proposes to file information
against the leaders of the national meat
trust and have them all down in Jack-
sonvllle next August. Armour, Neblson,
Swift, Cudahy and others, he declares,
are in a combination operating in Flor-
ida, and he has no doubt that Governor
Broward's requisition for them will be
honored by the Governors of those
States in which they reside.
Mr. Bryan does not believe that the
trial of the local meat trust will come
before the present term of court He
says that he already has much evidence,
and will have much more when the ease
comes up for trial.
The case against the alleged lee trust
will come up before Judge Shaylor to-
morrow, and the general opinion pre-
vails that the latest information will
stand, as the county solicitor may that
he corrected all the defects as eoRm-
plained of by the attorneys for the de-
It Is more than likely that the attor-
neys for the defendants will endeavor
to quash the new information, which
will bring on a lively discussion. While
the discussion will be spirited, It i said
that Judge Shaylor will likely confne It
to the forenoon session of the emourt.
here will be numerous witnesses exam-
ined should the case come to trial to.
morrow, and this may cause the trial to
last for several days.
The talk about the city going into the
Ice business is still heard madte cum -
iell may take Me sort o action ot e
matter at Its Mson1 ths ermit.
There aore everal e wh t -
siru of the counc lpostponing the sub.
ject for two weeks a me a 0 am y lt
probably be rfomed which will e to
m-ke a contract to -il le aW g8= a
toSS Iper too for a term of thrty a
proved the city will furnwb t water
a e r at a mall eoat.
MR. CAaNioY'r' DmIR. I
P. D. Culdy, ka* of ito

popular one Mr. Cassidey said he was
interested in suitable property for an
ice plant, and had aerfously considered
the matter before County Solicitor
Bryan had inaugurated his fight. He
felt confident of the success of the pro-
posed venture and the ability of the
company to sell ice at a remarkably low

City Attorney Barrs was asked if he
had heard of the above proposition, and
he said he had discussed it with several
gentlemen who expressed a desire to
go into the enterprise.
"The proposition, as I understand it,
said Mr. Barra. "is for the city to fur-
nish a very low rate for water and elec-
tricity, and thin can be done, because
Jacksonville has all the water neces-
sary, and they can secure an abundance
of electricity from 11 o'clock until 4
o'clock every afternoon, which is dur-
Ing the hours when there is a small de-
mand for electricity. The proposed
company. it is said, will freeze the ice
harder and have cold storage plants,
which will make it last much longer,
and the people would, by a contract!
with the city, get ice for about one-
third what they have been paying for it.
The matter of a mui l le plant is
now before the council, and the mem-
bers must determine what they deaire
In the premises. Both proposiltions,
however, appeal to me. The main thing
il to cure ice at a nsmal east for all
the people, and have conditions so that |
the poorest family In the city can have
an abundanceof it eonatantlyon hand."
Theople, of course, are much in-
teeto t the contest a gaint both
the meat men and the kIe meL Mr.
Bryan claims that he -a evidence that
both of these common t are sold on
other cities for les tsan one-half the
pri charged in Jacmvlle. Thee I
fa be pe! asse o a the tr

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Surplus to Policy Holdes (P 4,f0



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totally disabled

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without interest and these premivmw

are not deducted
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Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.


IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida. |

Carrabelle, Fla. C


J. E. THEUS, Propr.

Comfort Combined with Cool-
nos is what in required, and is
exactly what gained by using
our reed and rattan furniture
S in your parlor or living rooms
in summer. My, large and va-
/ BI -M----- tried stock will giv.you a corn-
plete selection of the many
and various elegant styles in
which this class of furniture
S is made, thereby furnishing
your rooms in thorough har-

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


Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


e 0 0

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 a I TII
car load of handsome BU G GIES
as was ever brought to Tallahasee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable term.
I carry a line of single and double harm.

J. r. C Y,* Adams5
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*pa"e o wy o will, depet one. delar and pr-in to t
Wi Mp t p of bank. nks are dwd to oe
know how meh meWay you can save In Ave year by taking e e
v lP., beceumetere i o by
But t i wthu
eto idep io ne Dollar and upwards. Intrest .are
mowlag how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a oi-
year, at 8 per ceut laterest.

Ami't deposited. Interest earned. Total 't
s erepay for yeare.... .......... 13...00. ..... -... ...-1---.-... --.....-.-..- 7.-4
20 per forS yeams..--.-----------. 818.00. .- .... 2.8................
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100p pe oay for 3 yemar.................1, .00....-----............111.40 .... ............. 1,*T.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your busine with us will be held strictly confidential.
Cal and get one of them little banks while the supply lasts.



Our Prlts W n't Mae Yor Moey
TULLY YA[6cR co.
Dealers Il

Live and Rolling
M $35.00 amd pp
WAGOMS30.0 md up,
Also Brick, Stone and TAil
for Builing and Paving.

Pltwu 15.

P. O. Box 88.

Tallahassie, Fla.

nodw Is NOWEl" tmtzi
mow wb = swd = zbb t
VOSaI d lL~jf5~ila adt

Makeamofafw in reewett-gew!t
kitchen hrown, I thIIa, bk IIN
me E3 -

A comow&A -41-OM OttbO- Witho
Air How mw Gr o waw r

bs the only U~ve StackIimnumn'e Co..
in 60eIttatste .!f a do nthemL
date of

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unitedd States 4"Ator teR.

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votehr In sme o the
ftotwo w 00 t to
tou to th0eowea
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amto be the strowest mon

s bwlatbe' cs t rresams
e .tor, I'bu"t In my many
aggly 40fe" im. Two yeaftia

~lselmmvbeow cat their vots
~~~Uwtbe~we frrqn .ctd
here.an hel auree~ i
:nlVvbe nominated, bt eletd. "
wer e
WW wv e rthe
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to. witk. we. P eataushw wn
on ye

was m~lseperatr Oe ~ch.
a Ibet~w.. wevir=Imw 'rtoI

Cruety o~b~aa erre the -
sb t to obalar aa of htwaram-,

years of geedei wer 4ewsbu
in it, wh I was

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do Agj" minpM
onvow: Dr% '0' .-.w

, Even mangrove swamp lands are
worth more than 411 cents an acre, if
jou please, and being located on the
lower Everglades, if ever glade lands
will bring over $1.25 per acre, so should
those that were sold the last time to
at Palgrove Company. who desired
tithem for the acids, etc., there was Ia
them, as l i, claimed by Mr. Jenings
mad the Board. Mr. Jennings and the
9oard may believe a good deal was
made, but we do not believe many
slorlWIanm will think any such staff.
Next time you wihi to sell a lump of
land to raise money to carry on that
drainage scheme, let the world know it,
We re in receipt of a catalogue of
the Horida JP e Coege atfTals
ha-e. The eo e h ju t Closed its
term for o906-lO ama f.bm reorto
received from TItaha ee It wa ve
[auesqful and ,ident Murphroe ar
hi facaul deserve great credit. -White
Spring Herald.

Dainty Collars
Handkerchiefs, Lages,
and Embroideries.
SThe Newest Material for. I
Fancy Work.
Utopia Wools in German-
town, Saxony and
Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.


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ram o- -- S tin f -- fM hef o ew f or the te, y-a O a e .m _m
tAheri t a. youmWs d v retty irlf teisd samue "Ye.ose IDomM tM M
tit ampe oie WMM a Ilusto m-d enl i y In la n til hour. I ,,dat for the. ... ,
--of he- --I estboen of evil, warmed her of my experInce which Watn_. "I h e S.t te m
,tbea- sad aprew l so he trepeOted, td whIM h east vote to the a'nv te I.. Ha-me- s he
eves VW issUnvca upos meIkn woube
m ,e ,t i i t ean m e ug vrividy as I peked my MSInre ~ m ..et ..rt p.i
s of their moral laxitude-and the make- bo for the last time, hearing worka pah e Ibe sla i ct B_ godse made espe matIg
Sse b t the I v d nte b ie that nt te
: a n herself she is easy to "Shederves to et bounced!" The 8paker i a staM a to
Smfl g re-twhl dway ilu -- an.. .d empty pleasure of that articial q stions a anot motr e toM w m Many electric l t that i t eanwha n suddenly a clear light of and duties an r the mOtW ep ti- were ever brought to" t -ity
Su able to make one undarataading swept over me it was not floor. EverythI besntidndl ..1 Ms
wJel a B t bot- ntht he wL ."tto-th aWma to blame, t the .do" b 1M hee .. h..i i *
m, espeellly if she is ear- men who a woman's ideals from le I wi not be a eandiate "
fflaes, oeno....bepeatedand
ffm enois nyevi tably poor? her hi.h p eI and trample upon the honor, which, after all, Is an .. ,
B Eomo of IT 1 NOT Tas GIRL them Ilke tord White and the rich and unsa lated one. ._ Aa <
rtimpl otuh older abn who Iarry the torh of shame Mr. a one of the beet
mhwalngOnthrewteo z- Ic anthat lights women down the road to publy men In the Statetandhas
afford? more opportunity for hell! -jo m ineldte peak of k--ws
than any other work she can Sedera Nltacle* MHous decision not to be ae*So. W leal ^
SOS N E*of, ti .monrm the opois tion "Truly miraculous seemed the recov- didate for the same will be received l Defmmt oe t- .
Sth In thW shape of the old e, who ery of Mrs. MoHie Holt of this place," with regret in many quarters where he
L shakes his t head and croaks proetily writes J. O. R. Hoo per Woodford, would receive unanimous support were a dC
_.. .._ dao buthe dodanotlift a hand Tenn., "she was o washed by oughing he to announce for the honor. TIM BER CARTS
5.__ .5-,. to ive her. e friends also can nd a up pua from her lungs. Dotor de- Outide of Mr. Watson, Hon. George
SIf&BS &S m^' much to fee, bu 5h cannot u- cred her nd o near that her family C. Matthews, of Oals, and E. 8. Mat- .,| _
W ,tagret- whi to ter n od.aiuyIllo had watched by her bedside forty-eight thewa, of Stark,- have been the mIat BUlIt tO Order at
u _ZTn ec i foce ttake her way houri when, at my urgent request, Dr. prominently apokan ofe for the .. p r so ablo prices.
AiIMN l, tem m alme a2 inaovSt ledl. of r sl e th w ine' New toDiscovery wa given her, hiw. The in Ocala Matthews, it I d, ,16ea1dabl n m
do m exceptions to this type, but theywi the astonishing result that im- win have administration while o ,
,91 W..WH *mft M hW O .lerno els to syu .athy .. provement began, and continued until the antl.administration fore wll work One nOW ready to deliver, si e
fW orlms ,q.* Itand mt.ha to nr thieklarlin fste s he finally completely recovered, and is for the Matthews of Bradford.-Miami axle 3, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
Somim l ad thart any other d of e-m healthy woman t ." guaranteed Metropolis. Inthe .
S.tm ut is distastefOl. She knows cure for th- and eolhf W e and- $1 ~ ^^.s.. ^ wlT.l n'n "I
nd1 ant isA t the same tem tion to be met at all dnu--ta. Trial bottle free. Mad wui Ty. All kind of General B|nckmSl t, -
Wt In t NOw York o and in every ------ The good people of Madison county
gWa< to drasi or not as they a* ield that women have invaded. The PlktscA rg illiealre. are gong to m ahe an effort to secure an ng ad repir work done Wp
... toet or. tol efr It is not the girl, but there men The Pittabu millionaire who has election to decidewhetherwhikey hall l and at reasonable prices.
taon todef yw experience m t be a eon- r dly acquired money, without ac. longer be sold in that county under sw Ho Sh
_... sae of t ofhes he qring sense, has become a distinctive thority of law, and the good people of ore Shoeing
w a what the ;Amyh Cronuis tob n the atuglin r ty e Madison have our bet wishea and A Specialty
,.t aa.t l 1 woman tryin to ea name a, rep- *e ia a familiar figure under ensa- would have something more helpful had '"
t awgewIony ior hrbelf.. tional headline of newspaper all over we the right to cast a vote thee..
Ibwlah 1_jlsTU iPsf orce o THa olas., the world. He is heard of n connection Of the torty-fve counties in y W Adkilns o
IIu I so t the tae at a time when with the reckless gambling at Monte there are but eighteen in which whiskey *
nex vrytin else fa e, as I was not Carlo, with wife deserttion ad entangle- can be legally sodi, but thee eighteen aepNorrfamper M
d a a equipped with practical education in ment with chorus heroines and artist eriously interfere with the operation
Iwtoset st- any other diction. A few friends models and with murder prompted by and pu.ors of the law in the twen-
tl la pted out th advantage of a histri- the emotional insanity that comes of the seven ry" counties, bcuse of GULF COAST RESORTS
Ind. one arwr, whleh I was eager to em- pace that kills. large amount of L whiskey hpped mto
Sw thbrace I was engaged by a well known The Pittbug millionaire is as thor- them from the "wet" ones. .
Siortheatrical manager for the ehorus in a roughly tabled in his place as hero For a long time the saloon men ad V
t evy 'slat slct4 wmeh gnemrd toomgn s enoug. 'lorodora" gIrl is in hen as heroine ged that to driehwhkeyou mhav GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
at lRnt I e onslder there was nothl to learn Thaw, Corey and Hartje are now in the stagnation of business and the mo
Slany aad all that eo not a ecomp in the six the courts, the irst to answer for mur- ment e vote was county and t W SUMMER ROUND TRIP
e -sal w Iti t weeks' tre iarsin. Later I found that der committed in defense of his actress Pe had said that whiskey mtst go t
it amSO crcet the twenty dollars week m New York wife's "honor," which he himself had he licensed aloon mut close ts or RATES TO
Swindled alarmlGly when one we were ruined in the minds of alldecent people; thatmomentthedeath knellof all future A S
-ork be en on the "road." T marveled at the other the consd to answer to a divorce suit wth and prosperity wa sand A Pd
oms wek gl'rs, who seemed to manage a much baed on his allied infatuation for an argument undoubtedn nflue BOATING AND FISHING
Si r is" t T al mon eonomialy that theyould afford actre, and the third to end his marital many votes, and areven tor a time
kpthmto live at the bet hotel and wear pret- trouble at his own request. the reign of a decency and right, but POINTS ON THE GULF
k wt --the, wok-- w-ll tier clothe than I. The met rich men It a long time since the courts were thetime ha come when that salvation ,
Idv It ,w.i ti bw ortl who showered them awith y gifts. free from tho scandals of the Pittsbur no longer haswegght-in truth, men and Special Train Service.
Ihor &rernr I o&5ward muat I did not understand, and often looked millionaire. The elder Thaw and h y women would ra er see stagnation and
o e mnor emwnd m s , tthe questions my lips never framed. "Indian Princeass" James K. Clark and decay than to see the young men a LANARK INN
the ladesshoLldbedrained; My own condition was In painful con. hi "violet bride" Hart McKee and hi community ruined and made drunkard LAnark th lf An
tileI Is lt.tmfotewkoust.a ngo remarriage within an hour after his di- fthro" h the influence of open saloons Ate Aork on the Gulf. An
o n t mofl the ntr alRIc MAN MADr ILUws Oert. vorce; Lawrence C. Phi ptp, who had which is a most potent factor in this Ideal Place to spend the Hot
rt I.er of t"' he e al the decency to get a d vorce quietly, destruction. But such is not the cae. Months. Hotel modern and Up-
*nerem... w..st"and th e prerf-di Alone n a strange city, with no con- John A M(orehad, who ran awa' Instance after instance has proven beo- u t
otf t tion proposed the fairest and mates. it was not long before discour- the have riven o the name of the ness stagnation does not follow in the |rates from Tallahamee.
w of meeting the expense.- agement and illness brought me to the Pittsburg mflionaire a meaning that matter of the closing of the saloons. T
TI.IUn laa, meant for an advance of mys will lin for many years to come -- Two of the mostatriking example to TO LANARK
Sala ry. Ths mall sums, together with Tampa Tribune offset this assertion are Live Ok, in .
N*- "LU 1 l* *. promisem from the management for an m -. Florida, and Wayeroes, Ga. For fully Return Imit 90 days, (2.5
Tihe e h ing a M al enty understudy kept my Interest alive. My Half the Wo Weaders twenty years Suwannee has been a Return limit 15 days, 2.06
_. easeoi 9Mrs. J.lo debt reace_ the knowlede of te how the other half lves Thoe e who "dry county, and yet its growth ha Saturday to Monday lmit 1.15
LP O Ne I i*.lle, Me., now 0 wealt bcke.r, who snt ror me to use Itucken' tArnica Sa.ve never won- been little short of wonderful. Wedare
S wto: "eetri Bit- ome to the o tee.o," derif it will cure cuts, wounds, burns, say that in Live Oak there ayr more TO SOPCHOPPY FLA
eS n of soy rl a k reuid osn ;, e know People who own their own homef thanui n s n and he
fel It. ill.n Sterebk r Mrc Nle. Gran t yn nay "wet"teew town anywhere onaoohallef (Panacea Springon)
SI n ld to haop )e a For an In- otai strheted S tr tfil.t uril ., s : "f i.mer. Of course there te some liquor n U,,-, n a .
t AitN Dw i ta eek dis- 'nt i w overome, rgarIt eoft t rompt l here illnegadl, but a treoof there is dm it 1 days 1- .0
tIenerl debility To help .l of housekeedIng." Guaranteed all but little drunkene d albaiw, Retur0
51 1- As If for the firt tim theknowledge d egist & by ltre t that Oak h. s but one po- Saturday to Monday limit, 1.00
Sta Phoo oofO myoexitnce haddawne upon ahim, 0 lice officer oahou au b eOsff i tia h.
Si n t ere I had been working for a Palm Beach New: It is only duty ha abundant time to attend t all the For Rates and other Information
a f.eeddl r,, TMhefy "th'le eAMnr e. ., and justice to encourage your home pa- street work and do nuoerou ol therrit
St bmv dsoba eh ball faan. "TellrI me about yourself, he h suaid, Pr, extend to it the nourishment to thing for the town In fact he attend O
aKtaue it holle ti T-' enu mrage and with mny ambi- wh(h it is entitled. Pay your ubcrip to pretty much all of te needle of the J H McWILLIAMS, G. P. A.
to w i ians- Siw wolse uppemoest, MAWS .my e tbona promptly, and aend a few extra city. A a further evI dence that the BaInbrdge G.
o ws -sd ambon. ending with, "You ditance. They aw ppreciate the fa- ment, e aeOakv votte ofmlmi for it.
*e gy esj = ma toen te- the 'i Was-and t yonrthit vou and so will we. taxation i only even mill ont do-a
will*-t re trewos be etter chance fotr men Iis The man who went out to milk and s r D tbtlenthealowest atestoftata-

poima fuo.N io s ptieul uto "Wh, you e sn a backer; u wv dnan arion e" Jthe man who w lld e-tha n.. ever ag-inbe anof
th WhaW, shouldonbe a Inerste wn yut kept a itaore and wouldn't advertise be- aiyhielythe will evero peaimn A
no*stetm forcause hew rea owned a the nurcha open w cutIe a Ple t se W. H
t th e 8?!pmbrnot he %6al R ICM MAN MDBlic would back uP to his placed hi cth s growtptheandtfa et TcLtGoArH OUnC8.

oh m but' wintoutit over anethea t othe l may StimulateWWe bellevelladolnZ uty AftisOrk

wel hMas mt I thatetae Timmantsi attht According to the Tamtw Tribune:is m
by all rKwist*s. however distasteful, had to be edured., "Hon. John A Graham, ofManatee, is The Nasate Leysteam. All work in the line of
Shot weather to Lit "te by ttle hi natlons nk a ting for the Braantwn Journal. Here n ymbo, we are t Ro tt
deeper, ut -m --Ie ,.- there ItGuttal us.IShadeo-

this to drain hewas dpe Ind r until tuddhna thera iueemd Ti Iakg the deal, a That our setln ash deMn; M i
hml oifW slade lfa wabor p au o there Whrotehn di b ingrate Wer toto aa Inand S-edNetaltWory
hehthe -endina e din view w mon other t an c'm LvOaatelyhemiyea o. oted, Waedeeedbl el
T *' himteeolf. toTallahassee end with his e m and Gra- Steekig mr ao'Uh nt our .due ,
ninayyma ow .assx or auaw. ham at th Manatee psin with his nTyingto laker with ed ski tk? to P M
H. 5 a w;"Wthli .. 'l.a. ..e. t rew' auda- IS. . . .
" ',id, LL te tot he Shall we the e .,. .
i m- -rfUntl A Ta Fst t~ree i th e loridians, douamy of yeWobe-- tht -

B Ta s oerne. the I1ieei ompay w weuM ha. b
Jl wa heeebad in AR property on wihla meare not that $1.00 per day for thee 1 m paib
S i r ma apaniflllt aael ithtilWa. hm t L eeal Iui A b,
,,ubewe.Hae 4 owe-- wt f-- --K me- a.. wii.r e , ,.,

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If interested don't fail to investigate.







NOJIC~bbUis er the followlag deeriualb lands will be oeM at pubile aetions o the
Oth oar 1906t H, see fathe tbrt house door. at tf1hin- l. the fooaaty of Leon, or so
Sbe to pTr heamount due for taxes hran set opposite to the ase, to-
geMth wit eate Mt oa*ush id~ivartlsiao:
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2 acres of land In the e% of nw %4 30
(Described as follows: Begin at
a point 21 47-100 chs south and
4 21-100 chs eat from the nw cor-
ner of said 3% of Nw14 and run
thence south to 8 chs. thence east
260-100 chs, thence north 8 chi and
thence west 230-100 chs to point of
SLot No. U In the ow% of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots H. 8. Duvals sur-
vey of lands of Mundee as per plat
recorded In Deed Book B B, page
58 . ............. .. ......... ........ 31
Lot No. 8 In the Sw% of St. Augus.
tine branch, lots J. C. Dyer's sur-
vey of lands of G. A. Chaires, ;as
per plat recorded in Deed Book P,
page 708 ........ ........................ 31
Lot No. 15 In the 8w14 of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots J. C, Dyer's sur-
vey of lands of 0. A. Chaires an
per plat recorded In Deed Book P,
page 7t ......................... .. 31
Thkt part of the ase of the nes'
lying north of the 8. A. I,. Rail-
way ................. ............... 0
N e% of ne ........ ..... . ........ .. 2
W% of nw' and ne', of nw* ...........11
Nw' of nw ....................... 24
That part of of nw% 77 acren
lying w the Tallahanee &
Thomasville road; also that part of
the e of sw%, 28 acret., lying west
of the Tallahasaee & lrnufoirdvlle.
road. and bounaea on the west by
Harriet Daniels tract, and on the
south by Tobias Painet' land. d u.
per deed with plat on name record-
ed in Deed Book 8,. page %31, ex-
cept 2X0M-le) acres to Fred loarkin.
25 acres to Mrs. M. H. Meginnnlss,
% of an acre to church. I acre to.
school hou"e, 4% acres to lAring
Zion Society. % of an acre to Roh-
ert Robinson .............. ....... 33
7 acres in w% of sea4 and In the ei
of *sw. as per deed recordled In
Deed Book J J. page 1P7.......... 33
W% of se' i nd psw4 .................
8 ......... ..... I ..... ............ ... 27
386-10 acres in the nwt1. dtescrihed
to-wit: Beginning at the southwest
,cor. of the said nw4, and run
ea 17101-10) chs., thence north
31 4100 chs. thence west 17 *I,-l'I,
clp, thence south 3) 44-l' chhs. t',
*the place of beginning ...... .. 3
Ne14 of nw%4 and w% of nr,', ... 3
6 acres of land off the e lPl, of8SW'.
of s w% ........................... ....
Lot No. 2 In e% of neP,. as per plat
recorded In Deed Book E E. puge
Nw% and w%' of ne ... ...... 26
E% of ne%, w% (if nw% of nw'4 .....2. :1
NwN4 of se% and nelt of sw% ...... 30
Lot No. 27, as per plat rec rded in
S Deed Book F F. page M, in th. e
w ... ....... .. .......
Lot No. 4. of block No. 2. it pwr plat
recorded In Deed Book H I. page
6 0, in ne>4 of ne% .......... ..... ...
Lot No. 15 of block No 2. as pe plat
recorded in Deed Book H H. page
t,. in ne% of ne% ...... ...... ..
Lot No. 16, of block No 2. ,s per
plat as recorded In Deed IB.uk H
H. page 02. In ne% of ne%4......... 36
Lot No. 19. of block No. 4, as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page W2. In ne% of ne%............... 6
S Lot No. 21. of block No. 4, as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H. H,
page 2. In ne% of ne 4 ........ ....
Lot No. 22. of block No. 4. as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H,
pac e In h.%M of Ae% ............. 5
Lot No. of block No. 6. a up per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page 2. In ne% of ne% ......... 36
Lot No. 1i, of block No. as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page &. in nM of ne% ........ 35
Lot No. 12. of block No. 6 aw per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
page .. In ne% of A ...............
9 acres of land. as per deed record-
ed to Deed Book J J. page 271 and
fi. records m the ofBce of the
elerk of the Circuit Court of Leon
county, Pleorda ...................... 3
Lota Ne. V and 1l. In % as per
plat recorded at of lko NN.
OM t IL A. L. Rwy Co. as
ita recorded in Ded Book
, page *0- ...................... ...
Sw% 4 -o*w% .....f.. U
WS 0 9 t ef (o% ft) and fract.
eI (a)................
AD set ed d the Ockoekeoe river
of ato e ................................ N

k^^^s .a'

In le

John B. Franklin..

In Iev 1 331-Ifu Mary Wrighit .....

In le 400-10W0 Lettlce King ......

In le 1 9o7-11.0) Unknown .... .....

In 3.' 19 90-l0 0
In 3-. 4o J F. P. Patton ........
.'n le 1L'm Moses and Jefferson
Spencer .... ......
2vi Io 4* Isaac Olbson ..... .

2:a 1v Jet,. Ned Naelmn

7 Ell:zbeth Smith...
Iti J B. F. Walter ...

:.. r,-1i (hodfred Willon
Simon Wilson, Jr
120 B. F. Walter .
6 Mary Hayes

:N% Margaret Eaiwiards.
24' 1
)lei J Amon Parish ......
Wi Margaret Edwardi,.

In Iw

In 1w6

In Itw

In Iw

In 1w

In Iw

In 1w
I n 1w

in Iw


Pond, and lying between said point
and thee eand w14 sections of said
sec., and on eaid line a distance
of 6 -100 chm. commencing where
said line crommes the northern part
of said pond and running thence
east 25-100 ohs. I acre ..........
Ne"P of ne/4 of nw% ...................
Be% of ne% and se% of W4. ..........

1% of neV of sw% ...................
8e, of nw 4 ............................
Nw% of se% and ne% of se*4........
Lot No. 26. as per plat recorded In
Deed Book G 0, page 591, In sw4
of n 4 ............. ...................
8 0>4 o f ie' . . ................ .
"w4 of nw4 and nw ofr sw%........
8w % of et,- ............. ........... ...
, o f e ...... ........................
W"1 of ne%. w%4 of se'4 antid 5 cre@

In e of sw % ........................
A lot of land beginning at a point a
4 74 of the ae corner of Boulevard st.
and 40 ft. a of the tract of the 8.
A. L. Rwy and running w with the
line of said railway 120 feet. thence
s lilt ft.. thence e 12) ft. and thence
5 71 north 100 ft. to beginning In the
nw', except a strip 26 ft. wide off
the e side to the Fla. State Noirmal
and Industrinial College.............
Lot No. ., of block Fin Villa Mitch-
3 91 ell In s .ws 1 and........ .............
Iot No. 5. of block 20. In Villa Mitch-
ell, In secn. I and 2. as per plat filt-d
in the olice clerk of Circuit Court
3 6 Lot No. 1, of block 5, in Villa Mitch-
7 7r ".11. in ,,sec. 1 and 2. ns per pint re-
(.,irdl.l in omc.' clerk or Circuit
S .39 urt .......... ...................
Lt No. 4. in block ., In Villa Mitch-
l11. In ,perp. 1 and 2, as per plat r,-
.riled in oifficf of clerk of 'Ciruilt
Court ............ ... ..... . .
Li.t No 3. of blMork 23. In Villat Mitch-
Ill. In seosn. I antd 2. ani per pint r'-
c(erdeid in offer, ,f ,lerk of Clirc'ult
C ou rt . .. ......... ....
Pl'rt (iof lt No. 13,. in the net( of ltt-1,
ip per plat rec Z i|>ire lJi, dinml niore particularly
described nam follows: C(ommienring
:a it n point 52 fe.,'t north of th,'-
muilhweft .,ndl thence run Ti.,rth 149 ft to th'e
O ^ Ilnnd of Robert M. Hall. thienie'
I .Cit 21-5 feet to the s-treel, n trnc.-
south x feet to theo lands of Nntc'y
1 44 McPherpon, the.ne west 9 ft ot.
thelnce- south 14, f,-.'t to Intidl ',f
>, 15 VWillhim BuggSI. thence weMt 1.'2
ft.t to place

('iof 14t
If 1eV.14

4 "' Nw' nf of ? '% .
S-' 'l' h.w t part of Ithl lyin9 so>lth f
l.'ierlbes plirchil ]line'
1 7' L.,it No 1 and -
N of n.t1 ienl '.t N t

1 44
m, 15
f> 11

Ella Cartr ....

Weller & Costa ...

Unknown .... .....

l'nknow" ....



I'nknown .... .....

Unknown ..........

I'nknown ....

knownn .... .....

30 Gegta. Florida &
AlaMmm Ry Co..

3 cleowuaFlorida &
Alabama It Co..-84a
1.* W. a3. weay.... to

eo.. W 1Tar.
T- c"=-5~ :.:::.::In

of se~of
1w,*t nw'i4

18 81. 1 4 ijf melt ittiel F 7.l. e
*' o4ef twlW'.
20 814 Ol s -f 4 ...


1 ~4

A ll of . .....
o..t, and e.% of sI ....
All except that pIirt lying pouth fa
the Jackson thl'ff rnd.....
All of section 1' ;andl..........
All -tIons 12 irn ....
All except 47% ;1r-1s in the nw c.'r-
noer of naw 4 ..........
(Raid exception ldes rlbed t.-wlt
gnninning it th, (corner of see,. ,.
township 1 msPo'h range 3 w*pt.,
and run t o .' Fi-'lss che, then e .
1242-.10 chs. thn i* aS -0.on V i.
thence w .1 -as ch to the ;point
-.f bt it nning ... ............
8% ard the %4 of thIe s% of n%.
All of ...
IW acrev if lrind in the sw%4......
(Decrlbe d to-wit leg inat tl .w
corner *of sectil.i 1t. township 1
south. range .3 west. and run -s
I fM.1-,ri eh to te.eI of a rrtnich
which l the pelie, of beginning,
thence run P I, 'hat .to a Ptkk'.
thence n 1is chs t stake In bed. of
branch, thence down said branch
to beginning ............ . .
A ll of ...... ... . .. .................
All. except e*+ of *' of e% .........
E" of *e4 Of *. p ...................
All a and of the (cklockon'ee river

All of the ne mouth of Porb e pur-
chase line of .. .. ................*

W% of sw % ......................

Ne% of pe% and % of W% of -e.... 1s

apelat 18yi north at the saU






w Travis Robinson ... 38
w 10 Isabella Gaulden... 43
w S0 Gulf Lumber Co.,
Sidney 0. Well.
A t ................... 144
a 20 OGorlTana Nelson ...
1) 40 W. B. Taylor........... a
S 8O0 Unkown ...... ...... S.

N Thomas R. Merrett. 2
m J. H. Lowry........... I lt
R 40 W. B. Taylor ....... M
R 80 Marton P. Hightower SW
S 165 T. F. Thompson
Lumber Co ........ 4 1I

I l lw % Atny
2 1. tw l

2 IA Iw 1 Ella

Hell .......

14. Wilt .....

' J A J r .......

2 Is 1w lid J. W.'. ,~danis

In I1w 16 Atio'tio-i n iannrt

lw I .11m .l1I t11411 HIine..
tHoihert M. f all. ut
lw i \VWnm. M. Calw scatite
W. I. Tiiylor. exctr
Iw At H W. Ashmnore ....
Iw 240' \VW MC.'C*ii. ,state
W It. Ttylor, Pxetr
lw 11, Miss HmIIII J. Hitrsh
lw 52 52-100) W. P. Tnylor ...
2w li'l 62ft-1ii) (e'simge W\. Atkinsonw
2w l;I Villhey T'itn.- .um-
er Co .... .. ..
25. 40 I
SVall.y I'Ire I,urn-
,2w 1 her Co .. .
.w 4" Vtlley Pine luim-"
w r Co., .. ...
.w 1I (C M. C, illtolon....
:w f Va.lley Pin, l.,n.m
It r Ct.o ...... ...
;w 4M 4'c M Covington
"w 4' Vuilley Pine liin-
ther ('o ...........
Sw 64"I H. J RieharOamn..
3w .41 H1 J. Richardmn ..
3w id I}C,. W ,ic.hardsunm
Iw '12~ J & ('o .. ..
3w 12W H J ltichhardlon.
C. W. RHichsrdsov
3w F.9% & A C'o ............

lIe 3w
Ia 3w

4*)if. j Rfhloo
lo 174. Tilton & (e

In 3w 4I BH. F Tilton A Ceo.. 16 9
1. 4w 41a W. W. Mea(riff .. -
In 4w 3) knownn ..... .. . **
Is Sw SJ William MH nha
estate. W. B. Tay-
lor. exctr ........... 6 k
2. lw 180 William McCabe eat
W. I. Taylor. esee-
utor ....... .......... 21 I
Ie lw 0 William MCabe at
W. 3. Tayor. ee-

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STATU Smmn Umm

meat of Treomasr&s otd ofhaI- ir
the semw al Statfd at60h61t"0
business Juea AIM :

SArPensiol ea f md..... .

i Principal of school (Vn-

UInterestychool tJd.. I l
Principal of Bomgaryfuad

Indian wul M .....

fund. ..d.............. ..
SAg ltural Colla a

Exeoriment Statin fdt- UTL
Stingest fud.............. U
Interest of Somtoa7 ftad-
Floredat thFale Co tl, btM ,ed

Univenity of Flornda,

eal fnd ...............

S We are at the capital. but aong f

such a statement, ivi all asil
expenditure, etc., from tle IntErnal
Improvement Fund might f oatr-
esting to the people of Florid s
there any reason why such should not
be given monthly just as regularly?

Mr. William R. Wooten,repr nl
the Carey Safe Company, of BuDonl
N. Y., was in the city yeetoeray and
made us a pleasant vlilt.
Mr R. R. Carroll, of the Oote tar,
was on a visit to talabamase Waedar-
day and made usa vary e at ieal
cafl. The Star is one rftria's bat
newspaper and the True DmoMrat was
pleaded to become oquainted wlt Mr.
., as we have known and admired Mr.
Bittinfger for years.
Mrs. Julius Solomon wrtes Mr. Solo-
I mon from White Sulphur S M.
Airy. N. C., that she and um
are enjoying their summer outing thMr
very much, all gaining In weibht Very
day. Mrs. Solomon lo stated the day
she wrote it wascool enough to have
small fire, and that, too, in July.
Mr. Am B. Clark, who for the ast
two years has been principal of th
Manatee County Hih Scool, up hio
return to Tallahasseeo in May, was of-
'ered the principalship of the Quaey
High School. He decided not to apply
'or re-election In Bradentowm, anid there
'ore accepted the poaoti is Queny.
Profa. Clar is now teaching oom
genera history and phy t
Y and Phyl noi nneas
summer school here.
Mr. E. H Alford has had a ni"e brick
sidewalk put down in front of his Mc-
Carthy street property, which is located
Just west of Trinity M. E. church. We
are informed the sane kind of wak
will in a short while be completed from
Mr. George Lewis' residence to th
cemetery, then we proume order" will
be given for paving the sidewalk the
sme way on Clinton street to the eol-
lege, as the council bhad that Matter
under discussion at a recent meetan
and asked the street committee to take
the matter up and sarve notices.
Tuesday, July 10th issue of the At-
lanta Journal cmtaned a a1 IL
column half-toms cut of M f
Bailey Lamar of FloridaW whoi
t at of her mother, M.
etVr To T oy Ciam treete r Oa
dty. Mrs. Lmar la d ti hSa t ms-
Jogheda huo 8dn wita o t
sw or awhl e withe i a

IWell to hM ere Li.t :4UlBl

mbd to Pae.)

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MM &delthful hsow Fpay given by
r0jm M. G o. B. Ferkins to Mone
T Sms' b .elle returned from
Friday slightly tanned, but
taly v eda good time.
HoB. P~~~ M m was among the
,y in Lanark.
Mr. Roy Hutchinson was in Lanark
Mrs. F. R. Lamb spent Sunday on the
ulf at Lanark.
Miss Pearl Carroll was among those
spent Sunday in Lanark.
Mr. S amuel Sanborn went to Carra-
ole Saturday on business, returning
nday night.
Mr. John Denham spent Sunday in
"Mr. 0 Jacobi has returned from
week'Vs vacation spent at Gaineeville,
M e. ho .
I Mr. E. D .Coopr, director of agen-
i of the t ee Life Insurance Co.,
|a in the efty -lturday.
Hon. T. M. Wilhelm, president of the
81 National Cigar Factory of Tampa,
I'V in the city-Tuseday,
Sof the popular
clerk of Ley Bros., left Tuesday for
New York, whore he will spend his va-
aU ofUM ten days.
New lines of Ladle.' Sho"e Burns
*C. hav just put Into their stock a
0n1e new line of Ladles' Shoes. Noth-
&irn thits eatlon that sunmas* it.
WE and -eet you somethng that is
tn, comfortable, and that will wear
welll While oar goods are the best,
our priee are righL Call and see us!
Mr. T. Ncholaon returned to the
elt Wedneda morning from a brief
vlit to his moter In Havana.
Hon. 8. D. Clark, Repredentative-
elect from Jefferson county, was in the
city on legal business Monday.
Madison's colored team beat the local
K. of P.'. colored In a game of base-
ball laet Tueday, thie score being 4 to 1.
Mr. Jame Williams, who was called
way several weeks ago on account of
the serious Illness of his mother, re-
turned Wednesday morning from Cor-
dele. His mother, is now on the fast
road to recovery.
Cole. Worley and Irvin, of Miami, are
b before the supreme Court Tuesday on
k-W business.
Col. Dell, of Jacksonville, was in the
city Tneday on business.
Prof. J. A. Ormond, of Marianna, is
inthe city oomplling an abstract of tmie
lande of Jaekson county.
Mr. Harry Pearce is now working in
th freight department of the S. A. L
If you wish another straw hat this sea-
on, we are offering them so low any-
oe cam afford another one, and that,
too regardless of cost to us. Call and
Ws our stock and get you a good one
cheap. We are determined to clear
them out. Burns & Co.
Mr. V. F. Blkcom went to New York
last week on a business trip of a few
Mr. Richard Bradford returned Tues-
day from St. Theresa. He will take
charge of his father's farm in this
Mr. M. H. Johnson, Jr., one of Leon's
most prosperous farmers, was in the
city Tuesday.
Mr. Don Register, of Tampa, who is
In the city taking the State examina-
tion for teachers, is applying for the
ltnelpalship of the Leon High School.
r. KR4eister is an experienced young
man, and has met with great success in
Mr. Z. 1. Matthews, formerly prince.
val of the business department of the
Florida State Collrege, was In Tallaha -
m Saturday en route to Apalachlcola,
where he is going into the mercantile
bmlines. He hae the good will of a hout
of friends who know that his business
ability and energetic nature already in-
sre him much suecess.
Mr. Pere MeDougall ha taken the
position in the poet-omce recently made
vyeant by the relgnation of Mr. Earle
Proctor, who l now cashler and account-
ant for the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
Mr. Wm I D Wheeler, son of Colonel
Wheeler of the United States Army,
wla in the city Saturday on business,
e is a graduate of theo East Florida
seminary, where he was cadet major
Jree years. He served with his father
* the Pilippine, preparing himself U,
eke the commission of first lieutenant
a the regular army, which he will do
j a few years.
Mr. Arthur Pearce, of illllardvill,.
wan the city this week HS the guest
of. oils ofotber, Mr. J Gordon I'earce.

Mr. Peal Hanes, of Warlasa, spent
Sunday and Monday in the city.
M t, e Perkins, of the Florida
t Railway, of Jacksonville,
b h Uon of one week In Talla.
with parents, returning Sun-
d S p. m

Grand jury says ItSan
swerable) felt and expressed. In the
reply to the article In question conr
tamed in last week's issue we are toM
it had been characterizedd as intern-
rt gush and wordy nonsense." We
he aythat we heard many such crit
icisms of the presentment itself, but
heard nothing but highest praise for
the article which followed it. Of course
it depends largely on a man's associ-
ates, however, as to the comments and
criticisms he hears,
In the article written by W. J. C.,
statements were taken from the pre-
sentment and given verbatim. In a
clear and logical way he compared
statement wih statement, proving with
the simplest and most convincing forms
of argument the shallowness and weak-
ness of the presentment. He quoted
from it everything worth repeating,
and by the time he got through with it
the reader decided that even that was
not worth repeating. He exposed the
fallales and eontradletions of each quo-
tation as he went, leaving it no ground
at all upon which to stand, whereas, in
the "reply" we find no such handling
of the arguments they would fain re-
fute. No statement which it quotes is
proved to be illogical The writer mere-
ly sa it is. After quoting one of W.
J.C. s strongest points, the writer fol-
lows it, not by exposed fallacy and ref-
utation but merely by saying: "Now,
Mr. Editor, I have not misquoted a sin-
gle word." Really, there was no use
n quoting or misquoting, as the reader
was certainly none the wiser for it.
Everybody had read it the week previ-
us, and most people had agreed with it.
Ve would like to say that "members
of this enlightened community" are not
past the class of logic which the fore-
man of the grand Jury has condemned.
We consider it forceful, strong and con-
clusive. He calls it "simply a gymnas-
tic exercise," and we agree w1rh him
somewhat It was a studied, well-de-
veloped, systematic series of well-
aimed blows, which downed the antag-
onist and put him where he could say
nothing but, "Now, Mr Editor, I have
not misquoted a single word."
We are glad the public has been told
in so many words that the members of
that pand Jury "were reputable citi-
sens' ; for, while we of old Leon know
this to be true, we are forced to admit
that any one knowing them only through
the perusal of the presentment might
be a Tittle doubtful about it.
The "reply" stated conclusions, but
did not prove them It took up lots of
space In the newspaper and didn't prove
anything except that a man has three
heads; whereas, the writer it strove to
condemn proved very conclusively that
each man has only one head, but that
some don't know how to use even that.
Abraham Liacola
was a man who, against all odds, at-
tained the highest honor a man could
get in the United States. Ballard's
orehound Syrup has attained a place
never equalled by any other like remedy.
it is a sure cure for coughs colds,
bronchitis, Influensa and all pulmonary
diseases. Every mother should keep
supplied with this wonderful cough
medicine. Sold by all druggists.
The secret and true inwardness of
that 41|-cent land sale may be that
funds to continue dredge-building may
have run very low, and that money was
needed badly to continue operations.
Now, honest injun, Great and Mighty
Drainage Board, is not that it? The
little mite that was available must have
about hit the bottom, and, you know,
The Goivrnor said he "would dig them
ditches" [we add "or bust").
St. Augustine News; Editor Russell
of the Palatka News, has recovered
from the effects of the late primary,
and imakinhis edtorial page brighter
than ever. He is an expert and brill-
iant "pargraephist." as the following
samples, taken at random from his last
issue, abundantly illustrate:
"It is stated that the administration
candidate for Speaker of the incoming
Itigislature willbe George G. Matthews
of -Ocala. Before stripping for the race
the gentleman from Marion should con.-
sult Mr Hlrown, of Duval, or Mr.
Itawls, of *Leon." "When you come
to compare the results of the conven-.
tinn with the results of the primary,
the difference is not so much. It was a
convention that gave un Jennings. It
was the primary that landed towardd."
The hosts of friends of Mr. Herman
Damon are greatly pleased to see him
able to come out on the streets again,
after his terrible lay-up from paralysis.
TRUNKS AND BAGs! All kinds and at
all prices If you need one see the
beet line ever brought to Tallahassee,
at Burns & Co. 'a.

A fine pair of baby boys is said to
have arrived to bless the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Will PaWn Tuesday. May the



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ing, it will pay you to see sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for ONLY LIN
the sale of the Economy in Dil -
Fence, and know it to beOperating Daily Through Sleepers f
the very to New Orleans.

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*k a tholshouldi
trn them bck oa the world bet
Me Hiadle tmhes ato r
1gm psible; notonae houldbe
oB X a A HBardened
po ketrn Wthre maner L d w eh
tr ated and the mitAnd lad thann
Swore when enteond to oier ituad
tinte lw an d Committin
Vi-nm De oet.
*A hot al rZeor l oht" we re-
M it. Wo db d to have Edter
C with u th reform in the cona
veSt lo ytem. We don't know of
ebr an who ImMnl woud go
farther. We are there hope tht
pelm matur llnest-biMaone mwlls'ide
toa it hit lot fvor of chae, what-
ever that may be, feenli ure that
1Ildeei iign tat bt e will take
tis byllr the honuldasa r doe every
oer lt pc and fearlerkmnee
TIhe Te Democrat i n a positon to
learn mon about the monkey shinc be
hind the eoi in the matter of the
loeo ralt thia ast other; phirm Iand
weo hl po be at .al ferried to er
o thif p one aof the da that
wi ody u.ve mks a bomb. n 8M thy
robe n Mr. True Democrat ad w
shall await the sult with interest.
-Oriano Reporter.
W. C. T. T. DIArITnn.
ehfe -ta iiaiale.
In our State the voters consider that
the epe s for police, courts and jails
a reduced omewhat in proportion to
the trctness with which wo enforce
o law prohibiting the sale of intoxi-
ating liquon forbe purposes,
end that the lax enforcement of the
lmor law bnreass the tax rate.
In 1M my county (Kennebec) had a
sheriff who enford the liquor law
quite ors, t h18, de binthe o
Ma:to o L nae Ito $6bId total
ommttnts to jail were 146, compared
with 4 eomitmto for the ame p
rid the Yrear. Wherever wo
hve inomopten aind are e odf t

c ebr t m Me. r the larit tprohibi
tion 6 our country, fhi iound that
abstinence pay more taxes than tip-
plifn. The mayor of Somerville (pop-
vattmo 66 dd00) told me that th-ey h
fou by man year*' trial that Lo
doe not jpay te obst which- It impoes
on a community,
In 1t1, before our prohibitory law
was enacted Maine was a poor State.
The s t oner licnd liquor shop to
eovry two hundred and twenty-five in-
habitants; a lari ptart of the tfarmn
were mortted; Portland had fourteen
dtilleri; on holiday a la e part of
the adult population ued liquor to ox-
ese. Now It is esimated that we have
Ies than oneixth the drunkenness;
time are no distilleries in the State,
and our three breweries manufacture
only "soft" drinks. We have only one
open saloon in our State, which main.
tainted by the United States government
at the Soldietsr' Home, in Togu. Only
one of our newspaper adveyru liquor,
and J. P. Bas, it proprietor was con-
victed tweaty-one times last year for
that offense, and thecases have gone to
the law court. Our State prison popu-
lation number 179 and has beende-
creaing steadily for five years, and our
Governor William T. Cobb, stands con-
stenbtlyfor the prohibition policy (not-
withatanding erroneous and absurd
reports) anhad a majority of 26,000
at his election. I believe that no State
ha so large savings bank deposits per
epita s Maine. With a ttal popula-
tion of about 715.000 the bank commis-
IMM report 188,106 depositor, whoe
p ta amount to $e66, l r77, ot more
6860 for each depositor. Probably
S millions of thoe depot would
*avfbeen squmdered in drinking plaes
tfo State had maintained the license

* True Democrat still sticks to it
the sae of Internal Improvement
I|)in at any amount under $1.25 per
m is an Injustie to the people of
1 l a aId that the Board in dong so
f ve to be censured Havi., as

bet th aDre doig mi
tBk we to veto forms to l
imerm time 1theywin1o e-

6 -... IAs,

ne mo the n lnpart ot:
minutes, wase obt n to dfor te
taryt ,:

p6 2to the Femaral in k
tenhas P iedInwtrcthis of
Dear r: I hav received your
eular rea tothe rul atM of the
os ,daistof isoeors H a seo._p rtn
mio ld tahe "rtifate os ane would
like some adtonal information from
U on theM iouwtint nts:

o. In ao we fn to comply with
this reuttk, will we forfeit ad State
ad orwl we ly be r ced to a Jun-
ior Hitah School aid of M-.00 instead
of th Senior aid of 60.00?
Td. Can we obtain State aid for the
Len High School under the l aw
an extemoonOf two monthstoall so hoo
makin averse* attendance of eighty
ent of the total enrollment (c-en
r. old our shooi rankessahlh
school atall sor farasbetheState Board
aof oustior SV concerned, if our prin-
cipal doou not hold a State ceInrticate
a" would the pupil* 8wo Boe o
mitt ted to the Female Ca of td-
univeity without first atedere a
hh toeihool for two termwhose princi-
pl has complied with this creation
by securing a State certificate?
At whom origibale to do stion w
this r nation adopted a at what
tim? Fleae give me a coM of the
minutes and throw any other light you
can on the subject.
Have the County Boards of Public

nt uieInstruction a the prin cipa of hith
M eear~rI hrepW toyour Stfato

County Supt. Pub. I et. of Lon aCo.
relative to the requirements for a Sen
ior Hich School, has bon received.
I betoadvurse tha t in the vent of a
County Board of Public Instruction
failure to eaMploy a prfane1 holdf a
State Ae rtiMpatethe aret tioaof
000.00 allowed by the Bateoard of
5'uwcation for the laint-nwwo of such
Senior High School wilbe forfeited.
Suc ahbool will not be allowed to obtain
aidto asa Junior Hih School unless the
demostraten to the State Board of Ed-
ucation that it has exhausted every ef-
fort to comply with the regulation gov-
ernin Stheaor High Schools and has
found it impose bible to do so.
A school of the character of the Leon
County High Schooel cannot obtain aid
underchaipter 51 because the pro-
viionof chapter aply exclusively
to that clam of schooC which cannot
measure up to the requirements named
in chapter 882
Upon the failure of the Count Board
of Public Instruction to compr y with
the conditions as named above, the
Leon Count High School would coea
to be a high school consquently it
could not be recognized by the Stae
Board of Education and the Board of
Control as being in the list of accredited
high schools
I reproduce herewith the regulation
governing the principals of high schools
which you will find self-explanatory. I
list of the applicants who recently took
the examination for State certificates

State. Supt. Pub. Inst.
Tallahassee Fla June 12 1906.
Hon. A. A. Murphree, resident Florida
Female CoIllege, Tallahassee., Fla.
Dear Sir: Will you kindly advise me
as to the requirements for the admission
of students to your institution under
the "Buckman lAw" and the reula-.
tions of the Board of Control," a
oblige, yours truly, E. B Errus,
Co. Supt. Pub Inst
Tallahassee. Fla., June 12, 1906.
Hon. Edward B. Eppec, Superintendent
Public Instruction Leon County, Tal-

from app.ove4 aehools; third, by tram.-

There Couyr of Po u Brldeie arhoo
te h L1m).c CI obb Kim

Warrants were aed in payment of
the vatiouesM0u = approve as per
Te ers were e to lc atro
totho wfd~ore Lm'shool; Miss Sarth
Davi, to the Pin Grove DehooL
The repair of the Fort Braden school
house was referred t a committee of
one (Mr. Geore L Davis), with the
understanding hat he would inpect the
aid buemild ad have such repair as
he deemed ropoer dne at once.
ThbI bad mo od until Fri.
Approve June.S M 19.
UGOBn 1. DAVIs, Chairman.
E. B. EMs, Secretary.
au-oe mw Paper.
A TallahMtse edy tin *ending us
some Interetin a eootrlbutions for this
week's iRue o1 the True Democrat.
Says in the fllNow words: "Admiring
our paper much for showing Dico-
tent for Wroe Doin and tding out
openly for r hnd send h you tdhe en.
loed little poem for reprodtion in
your newspaper "
The splendid diseootent of God
WJth oft om mad heworhL
Set .Un pwee, a liledan spae
With stais that sWhoe and whirled.
Ifa had been content with tails,
no t dr of phapelhra
Had come to bIr the k of earth
Today would be an ape.
And from the discontent of man
The world's beet pr sre prins.
Then food the flam (from God it came)
Until you montaWilcox.,

Owing to the fact that I have defi-
nttely decided to locate in Apalachicola
Auuat let, all work done during the
month of July will be on a strictly cash
basis. Respectfully,
A. 8. HAM, Dentist.
The Geldem 3Us
Father: "Now, see here If you
marry that young pauper, bow on earth
avayou olif to lIv?" ,.
0wot-Oir "Owe have fgured that
all out! You remember that old hen
aunt gave mel"
"Well, have been reading a poultry
circular, and I find that a good hen will
raise twenty chicks in a season. Well,
the next season that will be twenty
hem; and as each will raise twenty
more chicks, that will be 420. The next
year the number will be 8,400, the fol-
lowing year 168,000, and the next
8,860,0001 Just think, at only fifty
cents apiece we will have $1680,000
Then, you dear old pap we'll lend you
some money to pay off the mortgage
on this house" -New York Weekly.
Blissful Idmerasmce.

Woman to draw us on succeeds,
But by so fine a thread,
Man, blinded, thinks tis he who leads -
Unknowing he in led
-Geore Blrdseye, in Good House-
keep n
Rev. James Holland was circulating
among his city friends again Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert E. Hardee. of Savannah,
is visiting her parents, Hon. and Mrs.
A. C. Croom.
Mrs. Frank P Damon, Miss Bessie
and the twoyounger children, will spend
the summer at Saluda, as usual.
Hon. Joseph A. Edmondion made a
business visittoQuinc Tuesday night,
returning home next day.
Mr. C. B. McKinnon, now a very pop-
ular conductor on t he Live Oak, Perry
and Gulf Railroad, is visiting his parents
and many Tallahase frie~d.
Comptroller A C. Croom and Judge
J. B. Whitfleld accompanied C4aPt W.
B. Denham on a short vidit to Panacea
SprinW last week.
._v J. eWilliams d Berd C.ter.
Ms.-T. &n. "awl da frc to
eave in a few day for BrvaCd, r. C,


We are now offering ou f

lawns and odds and ends of dry

goods, laces and embroideraes at gpet

reduced priw

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Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we ar selling cheap.




Now Ilocated next to Levy Bros. Big Store,

Monroe Street.

Prepared to do First Class Work at the Lowest Pries and ea&
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladie
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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

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Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer.
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and ave yourself meog
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 se.

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A Cup of White Beon or Sis Label
momLe sad Java Cef.e
Sa what goes straight to the burt of
every man at breakfast timi, and every
one knows that only good groceroms keep
good coffee. W take special pride is
our brands, as they have made our
store fanmus Just as good asthe or-
fee we sell are teas, which prlnO4p
holds good throughout our entire steak
We sell nothing tbut the best of *o4
products those we have tested utf.
selves, and so can stand by them.
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ning water in ery.. Bre f0owi*I Aulle. lad
Telegraph and Phone conditions. Well equipped itals,
Pavillons. Doats et*
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We can give you as good values for your
money as any retail house in Florida.


We have a very large stock of
which we are offering at
very low prices.







Buggies made in Georgia. Buggies made in
lin a. Buggies made in Virginia Buggies made

North Caro-
in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now 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 Coash 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 Harne,
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