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: August 17, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00078
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1906.


S rm st; Honesty In PuMlI Q .u Justice to All-Special Privilege to None.

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tanabove"4 whi
M In. sal ando wa
Sbor was
to think about.
my record as a ral
toi county was ahtig
WrMnd to - poedMt, so
h.mew IM pebtt sa olteto pert mad
me to the county commasionws o
which hows what I did in th
road boildlin for one month.
OealasFla., Dec. 1, 1900.
To the Hoorable hoard of County Corn
mlulner of Marioo County:
Gentlemen: Sines making my las
monthly report to your honorable boar
I haie continued the work on the Cot
ton Plant road. I have this month cui
three-eighths of a mile to grade, an<
have completed in addition 1,121 yard
with crushed limeetone, I have puI
this stone upon the road-bed to a thick
nes aTeraging almost, or quite, 1<
Inches In the center, with a gradual
alope to the sides, leaving the surface
of R h road in the center about 4j inches
high, which I think when traveled ovei
to some extent will settle to about 8
nches, and in my Judgment on fairly
level land will be a suficlent crown tc
drain the water from the center to the
sides of the road. The metal which I
am now mining is a superior metal to
any I have yet used since my connection
with the work, and while the distance
is greater than I would like to haul,
and the metal harder to find, I feel
reasonably certain that the superior
quality of the metal itself will compen-
mate for the extra cost necessarily in-
eoned in the blasting and the hauling
-" tie same.
I have this month been retarded in
the work to some extent in getting the
pit in proper shape, which owing to the
condition in which I found it, was a tedi-
ous undertaking. It is now, however,
in fast-elas shape and will improve as
the waorkp I have previously
had ono to call the attention of
your henerable beod to the necessity
of a pl t a an a matter of great
4 meono-Rlfn tp e ma"nki of good
ro t 6 l b extmely difficult
to fure tmhe Taving of labor and cost
in te construction with the necessary
machinery, but in the ease of Marion
county where bek of various kinds is
a abusajant, I believe it is reas-
onable hope that the cost of labor
could be reduced one-third, possibly
more. It is a decidedly slow process to
beat the soft limerock by hand, while,
owing to the tough qualities of the hard
stone it would be well nigh impossible
to build a road if it were necessary to
crush them by hand. While I believe
the limerock generally used in road
making in Marion county makes a fine
road of which we all ought to feel
proud 1 am at the same time fully con-
vinced that the harder rock, which is
even more easily obtained, would, if
properly crushed, make a better road
and one which might last indefinitely.
I refer t t*he matter a .ain nl i th

hope that the board may see its way LucKiest Nas In Arkansas.
clear in the near future to supply the ... ,u m in Ar ,
county with the necessary outfit to carry ,I'm the luckiet man in Arkansas.
on economically this very important writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno. "since
on economically ths very important the restoration of my wife's health after
GOOD ROAD MATERIAL. five years of continuous coughing and
I .. .oo.. . f .. o bleeding from the lungs; and I owe my
In looking ahead for the purpose of good fortune to the world's greatest
finding suitable material closer to the medicine. Dr. King's New Discovers
d ave discovered on land belonging for Consumption, which I know fro
to John MeDue a lime sink within experience will cure consumption i
fty or sixty feet of the road, which taken in time. My wife improved with
m to be inexhaustible. The deposit first bottle and twelve bottles comIleted
im1i lh ane a quarter from the cit the cure." Cures the worst cou1hs and
Umits. I have ta ed to McDuMe wi colds or money refunded. At al drug-
rferen to mining the place, but he is gists; 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle free.
not in favor of opening his fence and
having his place opened up as a pit. Loo Ceunty Pac .
At the same time, the surface indica- One day last week Hn. H T. Felkel
tins across the road and on through showed us some beautiful samples of
lans justeaot of MDuffe's leads me peaches that were grown by Mr. Char-
to the belief that the metal be had leyRooke, in the upper portion of this
tbre. I shall open enough pits to de- county.
tm e the existence or non-existence Saturday there was on sale at Mr. F.
of the mal, and should we be able to C. Coles' store several crates of very
find it near enough to the surface it will fine specimens that were grown on Mr.
very materially rese the cost of the P. L. Boatright's place, sandy lands,
r.. .. about three miles south of the city.
The people Renerall living alon the Also on Saturday Dr Gunn brought
ne of the Cotton Plant road haveto this ofme as pretty specimens of
bown me every kindness* and seem to peaches as were ever seen anywhere
be an tion of the countyin the rapid which came from trees on Mr. Danil
Somp 0m of! theroad. The labor c0st' Atkinson's place, near Silver Lake.
of the work for the month, for men and Mr. Willie Roberts, in the upper per.
teams, amounts in round numbers to tion of the county, has produced quite
8.. ALLAN RoD a large lot this year which he has found
N*eat ------ ready sale for at good prices.
ea't s Bh* a Mr. Walton, on the Eastman place,
lose all interest when help is with- shows as pretty samples of Elberts
Herbine will make that liver peaches as was ever produced in Geor-
its duties properly. J. B. i or anywhere else.
r4ha Mba. Ala., writes: "Being a With te proper care and attention
ose at ferer from conutiption and e, ad applesm too, can be pro-
va 1 Her, I have found Herb- ere as easily and of as fine ap-
StW eb best medicine for these prnee and flavor as can be found
Sthe market. I have d it anywhere else, and they can be pro-
I believe it to be the bet ded protabl.
S 1188 khdk and I wish allnf- W at mmake Lo county a great
theeitiabules toknow, aappind tobaeeecouty? Okb-
In 400 AI" S90d Fm- have been taught thata#l
s. 0 wIN pay.

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comtng from Tallahamsee, as, on inquiry, State wherever a e eapaignga urpenune operators o te
Inll7date, gurpenvice doator- oftheJ..
we fa to learn that there is any d ie Tstart". e1a net wat a. vo the J. P.
ease among cattle in Leon county. bm V them are over Willasavm Company Sad is
aeatg lquor crt ashins.-hort
The busimes man who MIee
thes seaon's&a" Of Wg baure
*1 toa don her
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An we Esreaf eea?
SWho i reposdba for the mun
emaltted by a drmiaken man? Is
* poor amfortate man who drank t
ff and beame a beast aloe resp
Below we give a statement made
Sa prison Just before the death s
I taee was passed upon him. Aft
ha ben tried the court a
tfownd ilty of murder In the first 4
rd e e g before paying sentem
Asked the usual question:
"Prisoer at the bar, have you an
Sthlng to y why sentence of death sh
f not passed u you?"
e A solemn hsh fell over the crowd
court room, and every person waited
almost breathless expectation for t
answer to the judge's question.
After a painful silence he slow
- arose to his feet, and in a low, firm, b
distinct voice, said:
"I havel Your honor, you have ask
d me a question, and I now ask, as t
* last favor on earth, that you will not i
t terrupt my answer until I am through
* "I stand here, before this bar, co
s victed of the willful murder of my wif
t Truthful witnesses have testifiedto t
- fact that I was a loafer, a drundard ai
a wretch; that I returned from one
my prolonged debauches and fired t
f fata shot that killed the wife I hi
m sworn to love, cherish and protect
r While I have no remembrance of coo
I emitting the fearful deed, I have
right to complain or to condemn tl
verdict of the twelve good men wk
have acted as jury in the case, for the
verdict is in accordance with the eo
"But, may it please the court, I wis
to show that I am not alone responsib
for the murder of my wife!"
This startling statement created
tremendous sensation. The judge lean
over the desk, the lawyers wheels
around and faced the prisoner, the ji
rors looked at each other in amaI
ment, while the spectators could hardly
suppress their Intense excitement. Th
prisoner paused a few seconds, and the
continued in the same firm, distinct
"I repeat, your honor, that I am no
the only one guilty of the murder of m
wife. The judge on this bench, th
jury in the box, the lawyers within thi
bar, and most of the witnesses, include
ing the pastor of the old church, ar
also guilty before Almighty God, an
will have to stand with me before Hi
Judgment throne, where we shall all bI
rigteously judged.
'If it had not been for the saloons o
my town, I never would have become i
drunkard; my wife would not have beer
murdered; I would not be here now
ready to be hurled into eternity. Hai
it not been for these human traps,
would have been a sober man an indus
trious workman, a tender father and I
loving husband. But today my home i
destroyed, my wife murdered, my little
children-God bless and care for them-
cast out on the mercy of the world
while I am to be hung by the strong
arm of the State "
People of St. Lucie county! If you
vote to continue the sale of whiskey ii
our county, will you not be morally
guilty as an accomplice in every crime
committed by men while under the in
fluence of whiskey?-St. Lucie Tribune

SMaoTn SOanI SA It ,
S sum saWr meUSss. SOMW

o- mo mmmtnt A thto the "".." ears ReeS m
..Pa ..al am Vay Gaietteo has the to)- &eTIve amar WM
by pti s -i sa Eba wag hm1oro s article on the pump
01. Fa-m- Th, bmqg Ma ,make and Governor Broward: Del cMlUb-i e
ter Ua A e t t2Mhe Saes ie "I am a Florida cracker. bored and
ad ..ra eMd on the St. Johns ear Jacknon. No -ne d suppose that G ovar
de- doe .. _M e- f w-t villa. No matter what my name used Broward's piteous appeal for ta Ip,
ee, sad uw allk." to be, I have turned over a new leaf, ete., will prove a waterhaUL Wehev
quitmo- rk i n g Harry Dicks and am mak- sin-de ...n__-..-. Io .ta *j -
v. Titusville, la., Aug. 7, 1906. ing a H i arming I take an interest to na ,.
I Editors St. Luele Counsy Tribune: eveon in Fil d, and nit, at trat, of tme er eopst
aI have the honor to acknowledge your artis y' r s In Goveor Ma" to whom it was address
ed fav e honor to ck knowledge your a.' ro&Ward's scheme of drainlin ie his dire need and ha. been mevte
tn favor of yestehrdayve nv-,--- o an- e-- ,- andd haIe aeek n'a
Of course, the judge of the circuit all my e we were boys to- cmpe ebyew"s w";
court ought not in advance to have an ether he was always called 'Nab,' be and In proof of the fact, we ubealt the
ly opinion on the manner of holding any use n ever missed a Chance to nab following sample contributions:
-ooaootSwhleverythinginight.Sweet potato ne I'Dear Governor: I voted t am
ut particular election, but on the moral. and utr were weak poeinwith I veD: Iove.r.
Sof the liquor mbuines s nerally, I take and be never failed toget his share and Mo" ^ .. 4 S
he It, e Iavhe, and a expre, an as much more as possible. I have e'vser d act
in- opinion. To the point, then: thought from the first of it that Nab's id to the mon It Is a ral
S Much experience and observation has last scheme had too much water In it to Ie m -w;.g ,
n-. vi me an& ae to the saloon. pay well, but since reading the draia e m m itect l to
e2. bM. s e It,* o bsoroation has expert's article in your paper of July pat yI oft hichI
the a Iraiation is in- 6th there seems a right smart chance. bepm reshL(, oi e_ j
-d .o i W !w'the saloon, and Chris Maling's way won't work; it's AM is ofnwow'
of th t ZIWral overpowersall bad farming, no drainage and no crop. whic yo nmay nlw s .e-, teamt_. I
f influence and teching-religious and You can bet ten to onesae, hedont twh-h ni o sfrem s a lh.a
e pemtaL. It away* ud hardens the make a living; may bring in a sample ,og totlne m
Soonie of barke and patrons. potato every season and tell the fellows po oetohea i down A dM
kSooner or lter t milk of human onthe corner about hisfine crop., a withrstngampt, downAd y- -.
Skin dneswi r pin the heart of 'The pump snake plan look right mgled mth st mps, my
e lan t o the loon, and ooner on paper. I wrote Capt. M en for Always V s
10 of Sr di di t to the *an who spends reckon I forgot to encose a stamp for Dear Mr. Broward: Could you ot do
Pi- big-time.in.it. a reply, 'cause up to now he has not something on your drainage anal with-
PAlst all men M9 al and etviv- written met We had all kinds of in- a hairpin? A woman ean doe alm*>
hal by nature, Mand all men are sects and reptiles on the St. Johns, I anything with a hairpin, and you eas.
e thus likelyto be by its assoma- thought, but we never had the pump taily must be almost as smart '
Mte into debt and to end snake, least wise If we had we never woman. At any rate, I am sue
a LSetnhr t, t' neCfirst and discovered his usefulness, and Capt. woman (or mn,.etter ould e
id f tie o'r 4tCreators- w Menge sure deserves a lot of credit for such a beautiful prolamatn as
d tablshed. To strong men the saloon is his insight into the liaritiy of this one you set out 't e people
r daeros; to weak men it is- reptile. NowDeep eisnot like the Florida." I wept while i wSetm
evtably runous. vergladles. I can Co possible for It, and my arfI sore with
y I do not beheve In sumptu laws. the pmp snake to get the water out for you yet. I have only oe
v and I believe o n the of w the y on ly have to raise it about and that I must use on this ettr
m personal liberty. no the neooesties oeltb u .ahe in thirty miles, but I send you a hairpin. all at
t f the social union have made necessary Gulch is surrounded by hills two can do, but it is freely Iyr.
and established the power to restrict hdd feet high. Now what I want g4m to weep ome more fr you.
t and restrain e Matural rights the to know is this: will these snakes hitch Tearfully yours,
y exercise of which mlttm paIinast the up Stro eno h to hang up over the"e SYMPATXY Jole,
1e mas; ad, a thninm men .M a" can pump water straight Dear Guy: I hatint as It,
is an aged tepet sai.l on is up? Deep Gulch is the richest spot on(h to tt tt
moost ruitul W t and or. earth, but if the pump snake won't t a ole ha k .ine t s
-a row and ,11 mw ira Its awful work we will have to be. a hole through 6ota w a-. k sit a.. ., eW
d ram a The l of mior mIht one of the hills to farm it. Our Gov. the"rn ar s ,,j4l
Sbes sow I ASd to t^ o eo Joe KIXbbey wo" othere tI plenty vbean'.--he ne- e sto pt
She i d, but h ope saloon of room in Aris for settler for the oad. ban an. she ,.ner the tra ct.
will ways repgant to w mr. next hundredyears without *eep Val. we a reekan'I saved nte t t a
f als and social safety. ley, and won't ut up the money to uv rice (an'dirt) from uner a ratear.
a It 1s hard to control the appetite of bore the hole. hen lived in Florida t you had her yer ditch would be done
n men and this single fact makes the it didn't seem to me t ever would p finish almost by now. Hle drive her
-only dfculty in the way of phibtion. full of people, but Nab must re con down nex' week, soon as I git my fid-
A Put down the saloon and the "blind ti they are getting too thick, an der in. Yore fren',
I ger" is liable to succeed to it with an fix more room for 'em. Wish you JIM-MPTo
ffrontery that shocks the nerves and would tell me all about it in your next ON
Sfortitude of the staunchesteitisen But issue. I'd write Nab about it, but he's fon. N. B. Broward: Herewith find
s the "blind tiger" is weaker than its buy. the 2-cent stamp you asked for. Don't
e conqueror. It is under the unmitigated Fact Frim aS wclsce. exit a ee ho It tisoing to help you
ban of the law, while the saloon is bol-. dig a Itch, but that is your busnes,
stored up by technical rights incident The editor of the California Voice not mine. However, if you "run out
to its license. The saloon is thus en- writes from San Francisco: "The first of sttema ain, let me know, and I
dowed with the decency of a legal status, Monday morning after the reopening of will sen anot er.
u while the "blind tiger" is more or less the saloon in this city, July 9, 16, N. B. It cost me another 2-center to
stifled by the very air of roguery and there were 74 victims before the police get this one to you, so please credit my
y secrecy in which it abides. In the lan- courts, as against 5 the previous Mon- account accordingly.
e guage of a wise old friend of mine, "a doy; 72 on Friday, as against 2 on the Respectfully. CY CYNICUB.
licensed tiger with both eyes open is previous Friday, and the second Mon- IgInfe l."
more deadly than many blind ones." day 113 as against 4 the second Monday .a -
Indeed, the blind tiger thrives only before reopening. Never again cn a News reaches us that for some time
when the sentiment of the public is in- man with ordinary intelligence argue Mr. Winfleld Cover, who lives four miles
different. It is not any business of that high license reduces the evils of east of Tallahassee, has been prospect-
mine to meddle, but if St Lucie county the drink curse or that prohibition ing for a Placerr mine." With many
goes dry and her fathers and mothers properly enforced, does not prohibit. years of experience gained by life on
r re brave and persistent in holding up For two months after the earthquake the Pacific slope to back his j judgment,
Public sentiment to the sticking point the city was without a saloon. During as well as by the use of certain instru-
in the maintenance of the law, the Ithat time the arrests were from 2 to ments, the resting place of the yellow
t "blind tiger" will not thrive in your per day, and the police complained that metal has finally been decided upon,
midst, for in my opinion the court offi- they had nothing to do. and the shvel and pck placed at work,
I cers now serving, and those to succeed, Te liquor dealers have thisnation by while the "cradle" rests hard by. The
are lovers of the law and will be seal. the throat. Every politician denies this work is quietly being conducted, pri-
ous in enforcing it in all particulars statement, but it is as easily proven as vately, and, should the work seemprom-
Perhpn I coud no f,,..rthr mpr. any statement of the multiplication isng, a stock company will be oran-
Pe r"hap I could not further impress i table. ied and things made to move rapidly.
my view of the matter if I wrote a col- 'The I tor dealers' association de. Who knows what treasures old leon a
umn or two, and will so close with an minded that the saloons be allowed to hills may hide? H. K. B.
assurance of great respect for the Trib- o in San Fra co the license was
une. Very truly, praised from to and 2,000 A ealla
I ^^ MINR,. Jo. E., loons are in full blast Since they re. The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
.- ...- opened the police force has had to be Sharon Baptistchurch.Belair Ga.says
Zelhe Pasties Vktlloed. doubled, the women and children in the of Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to
Some weeks ago a number of blooded refugee tents have been assaulted, and mankind. It cured me of lame back,
mlik cows were bro ht here for sale extra guards have been hired to protect stiff joints, and complete physical cot-
and several Zolfo parties were unfortu- them. lapse I was so weak it took me half
nate enough to make purchases. A few Before the disaster it cost the city an hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of
days later fever broke out among these 51,006,960 per y ar more to patrol the .lectrw Hitters have made me so stroke
cattle, and with one exception every city and make the arrests for drunken- I have just walked three miles in 0
cow sold has died. Amon the losers ness than the 3,400 saloons paid for li- minutes and feel like walking three
are Roberts Bros. R. C. Fernald W. senses. more. It's made a new man of me."
8S. Doyle and J. M. Mercer. W. B. Isn't it queer how easily the average Greatest remedy for weakness and all
Brown's cow is still living, but is very intellect of municipal officials lIclouded stomach, liver and kidney complaints.
sick. The cows were supposed to have by the flimsiest of falsehoods from the Sold under guarantee at all drug stores.
been brought from the vicinity of Tal- liquor dealers? Price 60c. *
lahassee, bat the purchasers now be- Would the struggle be difficult in Flor- I fm- t m
lieve them then to have been brought ida to keep out saloons if only the citi-. It leems necessary, from the similar-
from further north. An investigation sens were heard from on election day? ity of names, to remind some of our
will be made as to where they really Not but the barrels of money and lit-r., readers that West Florida's candidate
ewale from. The oss in this commu- ature, and the seors of agents with for Governor, T. A. Jennings, is not
nity amoants to several hundred, as all their plausible, misleading arguments, The cfamer wvernor Wm.s Jrnniasl.
were high-priced cattle --Zolfo Adver- their treatsof cars and.u -the Thecandidatewhom Wliut Florndaso-
user. things re gentna the Milrl deaiors* ,,ry "inclined to put forward is a
Mut be some mistake in those cows aesocation 1t. eveny ei la every radet of Pensacola and one of the

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el Pt O at t TMahas. Forides. under
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a.Ihss, .$ Per Yar. in Advance.
Advwtse Patsns aon ApUstmon.
The Tre aDmnsae te Lb O San l Newsepew
SLUes Comer.
Tallahassee. Fr day, Ae 17, 1W.
The ice man is getting fearfully po-
lite just now.
Hope Governor Broward will make
an official report of the sum total of
contributions to his 2-cent drainage
Do not lose sight of the fact that
Tallahassee at an early date should be-
gin plans for a large tobacco packing
warehouse. . . .
Florida needs farmers as well as com-
mon laborers, and it is to be hoped that
the Legislature will provide the means
aad the State authorities the method
of securing Immigration from the West
and Northwest, rather than from the
skms of Europe or Asia.
Go in with the city officials in making
substantial public i...povesents. Talla-
hao e should not be behind other towns
s having everything up-to-date. Do
not throw obstacles in the way of every-
thing they undertake. Our city officials
am of our best business men and Intend
what is only best for us all.
If you own a piece of old-time, dilap-
idated property in the business or re l-
dies portion of the city, and are not
able yourself to improve it, or are able
mad won't Improve it, for the sake of
the pride of your city, seil it the first
ge o opportunity that comes to you to
me ne. who will substantially im-
prove yor city by putting good build-
ing on it.
Is there any difference in law between
an ordinary private trustee and one who
eseuples that position under statutory
authority, to serve the Interests of the
whole people? If not, why did the
Jennings trustees of the 1. I. Fund,
and why do the Broward trustees claim
to be exempt from the obligations and
dutiss of ordinary trustees under the
law, subject to no right of supervision
aad amenable to no known power, pri-
vate or official? Iet the next Legisla-
ture answer.
One of the items of irregularity and
extravagance to be investigated by the
coming Legislature in the administra-
tion of its trust by the I I. Board is
Involved in the employment of counsel
at grossly extravagant rates. Judge
Haney was serving the old board ac-
ceptably at a salary of $1,OIM) per an-
num, but when former Governor Jen-
nings found himself out of a Job he
worked his little rabbit foot on the new
administration and was employed at a
salary of $6,(MN) a year, with Messrs.
Bryan & Hryan to assist.
At a special meeting of the Demo-
cratic executive committee of Manatee
county, held last week, the charges re-
cently made against lion. John A.
(raham, candidate for the Hiouse of
Representatives, were thoroughly irn-
vestigatled, and the committee adopted
unanimously resolutions completely ex-
onerating Mr. (Graham A large num-
ber of Democratic citizensof the county
attended the meeting and the action of
the committee was .dne without a dissenting veic,. The formal
action of the commit ,ee will I., pub-
lished later and will appearr in these
People of the State wh'' want to, know
something about the grafting and rob-
bery going on or permitted iy the pres.
ent State administrattion shouhl read
from week to week John (;. (Collin'
True Dlemocrat, publishe.d lt tihe Starte
capital. The, leceord doe,~s not give this
aa am advertisement for Mr Ce'lins'

paper, but for the' people to keep, in di-
reel touch with State alTftir., as tseen ,
by being on the ground. The people
little realize what inltanr iat temnits are I
being made to deceive and .'il them by )
men who are or expect to grow rich ity
practically robbing the tax payers eof
Florida. Volusia Record
The oldest obn of General Longstreet,
Lee's famous "old war horse," was
set to the stockade the other day in
Atlanta as a common drundard. Whis-
key is no respecter of person or pedi.
oee; It downs 'em all, thoroughbred
md rasir-back alike. Live Oak Demo.

A M-92-1v1 Min 11"0 Ud U iN ~ i
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p"blie d*eum-mte eva puuou.e& by agd was *0

eit s eU aVofe a pf thoe idt debat od m the Dralage Ama be6 e ham show1 as1elf lt for a trnt ll
ago, signedbyN.` a d mnt wouldb e postponed, but late d- rposloe; but It I asid by thorbaue id bOW a
o, f t at. toward, vies *m"mes that it win oartainly who we there sd familiar with to plae-whoae l Wo
-- Floridtake pie n* f 20th inst., as hed- the fts that Sheiff Carter, of Citrus thamm1a0o. Th his s
It begs by r rsing the substance d. County, was absent in the dischare of the addle I this stat or Msa
of statonts mad in public spoeehea T dcial duty who te s mobtook two of but mlls we mistake the ds ags a
by N. B. Broward. This, of Itself, con- CThis prtoTis on ut of jail recently and time the is to e a rnustim,-a P
demns it as a public document, issued Under the ead of "Proclamation by lynched them. Sheriff Carter, has bon when a doest regard fr homer
by the chief magistrate of a State, be- the Governor." the Ted frm for pllahaee rmittg that. prevail doer gard hfem, rn
printsman srese "to the people of temoved from of Beo for permitting that. prevail over shaMig ii *
cause it relates to matters purely polit- orda" ged, N. B. Browd, It takes clear grit and plenty of it to of reputation and moral W9rth iM be
Ical and peronal, which should have no Governor." "stand off" a mob and it should boa pled on ad in tate a dnh win
place in an official communication. A word or two:"stand off" a mob and it should be a Placed cm guad in
Ip The Governor of the great State of point of honor sad pride and self reao that time comes we hope theor wl hbe
It gravely announces as a piece of Florida Is lowering the dirnty of his pect with every sheriff to protect his an mnd to the palegray mi.is the-rM .
news (which the people to whom it is office when he asks "the ceif"ett to eon- prisoner. He was elected for that pur- paper, a well a the poGtial iei.-
addressed have known for months), tribute at least a 2-cent stamp, or other pose, and it will do him no harm to under- Palatka News.
that a news bureau hasbeen established semal contribution, to defray he ex- stand that if he falls short the Gover- "I'm not a coward and have plety
to give information to the voters of of preparing the data" that he
to give information to the voter of thinksevery voter should have to en- nor is waiting to put another man in his of nerve, but I'm afraid of a cowasd,"
Florida on the subject of the proposed able him to make up his mind how to place. We hope Sheriff Carter can vindi- said old man Linton, charged with kil-
amendment to the Constitution creating vote on the constitutional amendment" cate himself against the serious charge ing a drunken pistol-toter, who had Io-
a drainage board, and calls the liters- in reference to drainage. The Index made against him, and we are informed vaded his home, to a Pensaola News
respectfully submits that this begging
ture emanating from that bureau "mis- appeal is not in "good form." that a full investigation of his case will reporter. And that is where the old
leading. That this statement is abso- 2. If it is right-if the people should show that he has not been guilty of neg- man's head is level. Everybody feels
lutely false, any voter who has received be so ignorant as to be unable to know lect of duty.-Live Oak Democrat. safe in a community of brave men, for
such literature can readily testify. how to vote-then we suest that thisthat Senator Jackson they ght in the open, and the courage
money be taken out of the contingent We understand that Senator Jackson they fight in the open, and the cua
It affirms that the Governor (as an fund supplied the Governor by each has moved to Lakeland, where he now which makes their nerves steady in dan-
Individual) has "no more interest in the Legislature, and a system of education resides, and where he has gone into ger scorns the unfair advantage which
adoption of Joint Resolution No. 4 than be instituted along the lines he pro- business. We do not believe the next the vicious coward always takes of his
poafs to te.h them.
has any other disinterested but patri- 8. If this is not lawful, then let there enato should permit his representing adversary. The press dispatches every
otic citizen" ; when every person in be a joint discussion in each county by this district unless he could show that day tell the sickening story of killing,
Florida knows, or should know, that the the Governor, or some friend represent- his home is in Inverness and not in killing, and in a largo majority of such
chief purpose of urging the adoption of Ing him, and one other holding opposite Lakeland. It seems to us that it is a tragedies it is the man venomous with
the amendment is to make a show of But call in that begging "proclama- similar case with Brown of Marion.-- resentment but without courage to face
redeeming pledges and promises made tion." It lacks dignity.-Lake City In- Brookville Star. (It is to be hoped his enemy on equal terms, who gives
by the individual, N. B. Broward, when dex. Senator Jackson will not get into any him his quietus with knife or pistol
he was a private citizen and a candi- Remember, we have mentioned on such position. He makes a good Sen- while taking no chances himself or as
data. several occasions that dignity in some ator and should certainly be here next few as possible. Old man Linton is
It declares that the defeat of the high State officials had been thrown to session to help have completed some right-the man to beoafraid ofis the ow.
amendment "would entail upon the restthe winds several times in recent years. unfinished business that was nicely and ard, the vicious coward.-Live Oak
of the people of Florida a burden out But did you mention that contingent schemingly sidetracked at the last sea- Democrat.
of proportion to what they would be fund? The Govrnor stated, we believe, sion. That Jackson Asylum Committee Hon. Frank Clark's Miami speech is
called upon to pay in reclaiming the in a letter, that he had spent several report still grates in the craw of some going the rounds of the Florida pres
Everglades,"butitdoesnotefnethat hundred dollarsome of it in the Coopensesn the ex-offcials and public officials, and and winning for him golden words of
"burden" nor explain why there should Ca web somof it in x in though two years will have come and praise. The truth injures no man.
Sany burden at all in the eventthatCaldwllndLarkins c and ma gone still something should be done Mr. Clark said it here and his honest
be any burden at all in the event that that unauthorized reward to a sherif about it.) words commendatory and praise-worthy
the amendment is defeated; and every for killing a desperate negro, etc., etc.; about of Mr. Flagler, the great developer of
intelligent reader of this remarkable then is it not reasonable to suppose that The people of Florida are very anx- the East Coast of Florida, are la
proclamation well knows that the "bur- that contingent fundhas been "drained" ious to know where and how Ex-Gov- t he East Coast of Floridaeve, arin the of
den" will come only when the amend- too? .Wedonotoacuse wrongfully, now, ernor Jennings accumulated a fortune atgive credit where cred inte mottdue "-of
ment is adopted, and an irresponsible bear in mind, for perap contingent in four years on a salary of $3,500? Miami Me rpoli.
drainage board is given thereby unlim- funds can be legitimately spent for any Where did you you get it, Governor? iami Metropol erstood that we a
ited and unlawful power to tax the peo- purpose desired; but is it not reason- Governor Broward is paid a salary of Wenot wamaknt it undg a perstood that on Goweare
pie for the personal gratification of a able to guess it is about gone? $5,000 per annum to stay at Tallahassee not making a personal fight on Gov-
single individual, and of those who, ----- -. and look after the duties of the Gover- ernor Broward at e *remply
under cover of his official position, are THE SCARCITY OF LAMOL nor's office, yet we feel safe in saying opposed to draining the Everglades be-
forcing him into a hopeless contest for The East Coast Railway has dodFers that he does not spend one-third his cause it is too uncertain a problem.....
fheirorwnghimntaoelescast broadcast over the State see in t The latest thing about the Evtgladi
their own private ends. laborers and offering board and $1. t there, but i gllavanting around drainage is to the eect that Governor
This proclamation purports to recite per day. The turpentine and phosphate over the country from Michigan to the drainage is to the effect that Governstothe
a lot of "facts" about the litigation in men are doing likewise while in the Everglades. The Governor has discov- Browar is sending out letters to the
which the drainage board attempted to various cities the demand for household ered that he can make a speech and voters asking them to contribute as
which the drainage board attempted to help is something fierce. Industries are much as 2 cents or more in helping de-
be created by the last Legislature, and increasing and there would be more nothing pleases him more than to hear much as 2 cents or more in helping dteraure
the Trustees of the I. I. Fund, have in- provided labor could be obtained. A himself talk. He never turns down an The Governor claims that he has spturent
evolved the people of the State with majority of the negro race won't work invitation to shoot his bazoo.-Tavaresfrom $700 to 1,000 on this matter from
land owners who refused to be im sed and those that pretend to, in the ma- Herald.
land owners who refused to be imposed jority of cases, prove unreliable in the his own private funds.-Lakeland Sun.
upon by illegal taxation, and at whose extreme, therefore they are being THE saloons are dissatisfied with the Every newspaper and every public
instance the courts have declared the counted out and a cry arises for immi- independence in thought and action of Every newspaper and every public
drainage law unconstitutional; but such gration. This matter is most serious our people. They thought that with the spirited man in this State should join in
matters belong to the proceedings in and a State immigration board is an im- the effort of bringing before the next
matter belong to the proceedings in operative necessity for the welfare of barrels of money and tons of printed the effort of bre the next
the courts rather than in an alleged the State at large. Gainesville Ele- literature (lies) that the National Sa- Legislature te need of a State immi-
public document, and hence need not vator. loon organization is furnishing from gration bureau. While drainage of the
be debated in the public press. In no part of theState is the scarcity Wall street, New York, that it would Everglades and many other bills that
of labor felt more than in Dade county. will be before the next Legislature
But it is the final paragraph, disclon- It is true there is a genuine scarcity of be an easy matter to defeat the effort would doubtless result in good, the set-
ing the real purpose of the "proclama- available help. though there are a few to remove the saloon from our midst. l im grants in
tion," which gro'ly violates every of that class of men here who promised They realize that the election is going tling of several thousand immigrants in
whi c h rsnsy vaiot every themselves long ago never to earn a against them and are looking for new the State each yearwould result in more
sense of decency and official propriety, dollar by the sweat of their brow. In a t them and are looking for new ood than almost anything else The
by desperately imploring "every citizen the trucking season large and bountiful fields.... THE TRIBUNE is heart and soul need of than more people and morecapital hei
tocontributeat least a two-cent stamp," crops are materially deterred and made into the prohibition movement and will ee f o and .t i
whereby the governor r of a sovereign a failure because sufficient labor cannot lend every effort to its success. No sa- keenly felt all over Florida, and it is
be obtained to work and gather it. money, influence or patronage can time some organized effort was put
State may be enabled to conduct a per- Children are taken from school and loon money, influence or patronage can forth to secure these needs of our State.
sonal campaign having for its puripse women and girlsgo to the fields to assist buy our silence on any question that stoical Breeze
the redemptionof foolishly absurd cam- in the cultivation and harvesting of the affects the happiness, prosperity ur -Trop
paign pledge' and promises, made by a prliuct, and all because it is impossible welfare of the people of St. Lucie coun- We call the attention of our esteemed
then private individual in order to se- o o jobs iare avalable both on the ty THE TRIBUNE is published in the in- contemporary, the DeLand Weekly
cure votes. through the adoption of an railroad extension and in the city. Con- terest of the people of the county and News, that Chairman Taggart cited the
amendment which will fix upon the peo- tractors frequently have to import labor we shall advocate every cause that will court records to sustain him in his con-
pie of Florida, irrevocably and in per- in order to keep abreast of the building be for their benefit The saloons are tention. That seemed to us conclusive.
petuity, a grossly unfair and oppressive did men hanging Taround habitually beneficial only to the saloon keeper. Besides, Mr. Hearst, who originated
system of unlawful taxation, unlimited idle. There can be but one solution to and are a detriment to every business that scandal against the Democratic
as to time, such taxes to be levied and the situation, and that is immigration, man, every property owner, every tax chairman is displeased with a
expended by a Legislature (the consti- but it must be of the right kind. Men payer and every citizen.-St Lucie many other Democrats, prominent am-
tutional and only rightful taxing power), county; ilthose who will not a detriment. Tribune ong whom are Mr. Bryan, Mayor Mc-
but by an irresponsible board of offl- The soonr this problem is solved the all ood citizens oothsthe ooen i o ete Clellan, Senator Bailey, etc., and Mr.
cials, accountable for the use of the orner will the agricultural and com- Let all good citizens oppose the open Hearst himself is running, or wants to
iroceis of such taxation to no earthly mercial pursuits of the State and the saloon, the monster evil, and blind tiger run, as an independent for Governor of
pretis o suc taxation to south be facilitated.-Miami Metrop. its contemptible, lawless but inferior rn Y aiknthushampering and detroyr
)waI r.' olis. substitute. No friend of law, peace and ing the Democratic party's chances for
Thus far we have dignified this most The same cry comes from every city, order can find in the jug trade an argu- success. Hearst is trying to get the
undignithid and absurd performance of town. village or locality in Florida At meant in favor of the open saloon.- Democratic party together --Ocals
governor r liroward with serious discus- the last session of the Legislature very Brooksville Argus. 'Banner.
Hion of its contents; but it is impossible stringent vagrant laws were passed, -.. Advertier favors the elec- .NM
to treat thi. last and mot ridiculous duly signed up and became statute The Zolfo Advertizer favors the elec-, TU 11AM WHE LAUPNS.
feature seriosly If the overdoo was laws, which are largely being treated tion of Hon. George G. Matthews. of Laughteris a good thing. It has been
.... .... ...... ..... ........ with contempt, as are prohibition laws. Marion, for speaker. That settles it given credit for adding to the days of

t, it might possibly surmied that law regulating carrying secret arms, and the status o the gentleman a theman and there is every reason to be
h itmight in a xiw, be surme isedi lth atetc. Florida has ample laws governing "administration candidate" in fixed.-m lieve such cred is desereved, Laugb.
he haud, in a weak moment. yielded to a etc. is ieve such credit is dereved. Laugrh- K
hen.n e of humor and attemted to these abuses and Floridians generally St. Augustine Record. ter is a real benefactor of the world.
?4ene of humor and attempted to per-
petrate upon the people a sort of joke should see to it that they are more fully The Mercury, a paper with an avow- Men are all the better for yielding toit;
or hoax However this may bI, he has enforced Let Floridians create the ed purpose to "uphold the right and so are women We are auspicious of
admirably succeeded in arousing a sense strongest sentiment imaginable against suppress the wrong" has been establish- the person who never laughs; we are
of humor in the public mind, and there the evils now so commonly complained ed at Deland. Its editor is J. Hall very favorably inclined toward him who
will be few to deny that in thus "pass- of. and we believe the proper remedy Brumsey. a young man with soulful is in the habit of indulging in a gen
ing around the hat" for postage stamps can be applied and things along th*w eyes and a longing to "figger" in poll. merry laugh. The chances are the
he has made himself and his proclama. lines at least ade some better. At ties as one whose very soul loathes cor ter is tel time the man his silent ad
tion the laughing-stock of the entire any rate, let each community give the portions and sich like things at so much morose neighbor is. How a you test
state. "gentlemen of leisure to understand per loathe. The paper will stand for the chap who doeen't lagh? He ay
. ...._ they must got busy and earn an honesathe Broward scheme of verglad be a saint, but e is a drk and satu
The soldier boys say that the Tampa living for thermelm or they will be drs Age, and its lrat number eotaitme on Langhter b real toMi, a
people treated then royaly, and that mde to work far the Statet Ibuildt a fl page editorial jppoti this an, w n ad MddM ds
thoe iMimpu,.at was an enjoyblMe ue. good road. It abe done it ft l me pejeet wth a ge.res amixtre e of othe set their jomm th gh th
eO. at in the right amm btiek-aed type wbik toI eimpetedto wrMl--4asvaiBU Mepedl

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law; be perse s; was
to essed, and his strobRgV
M d m ade his saseoos to
friends who had faith in hs ambition,
and to those who knew of his efforts
and isoese at the bar. He was a close
student, and few men of his profession
gave more thought sad reseah to a
relent's cause, or met with more gen-
eral victories for them. Mr. Zewadski
is a genoroms, large minded man, with
anI telligt eandedopehe sve view
of ife, aead s ueh took a deep inter-
est in all matters of public Interest.
that had for their purpoee the better-
ment of society and the government
under which he lived. As a represen-
tative at the legislature for three terms
from Marion, he won the approval and
commendation of his constituents and
the public, with the encomium that he
was one of the most effective legisla-
tors that Marion ever sent to Tallahas-
see. He was a fast friend of the pub-
lie school system, and was ever fore-
moat in promoting it, and his belief in
public schools was emphasized by the
sending of his four promising sons to
them. He and his family were exem-
plary and useful members of the M. E.
church, South, and stood high in their
confidence, he being one of the board of
stewards, and laboring with zeal and
wisdom in the advancement of church
polity and the promotion of the church
societies, which are so efficacious in
promoting good work in the church by
strengthening its spiritual hold and ad-
ding new names to its roll of member-
ship. Mr. Zewadski was a good citizen.
He stood boldly and manfully for the
principles and morals that uphold and
and make a good name for a community,
giving strength to the people in it and
spreading its good name abroad. Mr.
Zewadaki's home life was ideal and
his love of family and their reciprocal
feeling was so pleasing a picture of do-
mestic happiness and pleasure that it
was noticeable and commented on. He
was his boy's companion, friend and
confidant--an object lesson for others
to imitate.
We shall miss Mr. Zewado'ki and his
estimable wife and splendid boys in all
our social and public relations, and in
parting with them with regret our best
wishes go with them to their new home,
with the assurance that it will only be a
short time ere their new acquaintances
discover their virtues and excellencies
of character, and their welcome will be
as cordial as their presence will be
desirable. -Ocala Star.
Summer Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the sum-
mer months the first unnatural looseness
of a child's bowels should have immedi-
ate attention, so as to check the disease
before it becomes serious. All that is
necessary is a few doses of Chamber-
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, followed by a dose of castor
oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. 0.
Stockland, pastor of the First M. E.
church, Little Falls, Minn., writes:
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for se- -
eral years and find it a very valuable
remedy, especially for summer disor-
ders in children." Sold by all drug-
gists. *
lassre Toar Life.
You insure everything else you have,
why not your life? You insure your
house against fire. Every merchant in-
sures his store room, his stock of goods
against fire and flood. The mechanit
insures his shop and tools against fire.
Nearly every farmer insures against
loss from fire and flood, to his house,
his machinery, his live stock and his
crops. These disasters may or may not
happen, but your death is inevitable
hlooner or later If the house is destroy-
ed you can rebuild with the insurance
money; if the crops are lost you can re-
cupe ate next year. But if you die the
main support to your family is gone and
the loss can neither be repaired or alle-
viated.-Loyal Amerscan.
,,Nale ay Wiall the Sea Shines.".
There is a lesson in the work of the
tL thrifty farmer. He knows that the
bright sunshine may last but a day and
he prepares for the showers which are
so liable to follow. So it should be with
every household. Dysentery, diarrhoea
and cholera morbus may attack some
member of the home without warning.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy, which is the best known
medicine for these diseases, should al-
ways be kept at hand, as immediate
treatment is necessary, and delay may
prove fatal. For sale by all druggists. *
Mrs. H. Ggowski, with a Mathushek
piano twenty-six years old, secured the
p rise of So offered by the Ludden &
ratess music house for the oldest piano
f that make, and Miss W. T. Verdier
took the second praise of 816 for the
oldest piano of any make with a Raven
& Baeon instrument, which was forty
peara ol od the 12th of lst month. In
Mer to iquiries made by hm. W. C.
Bawith, manana" of theiaueheuae,
reoeivedaett from the Francis

L BacmPano0Compny, -it 0o.ato
Raves & Beases.a~qti h "am cod
to thek 1 6 Ow %a meow OB
hal bees l I e I --b od .D
8m3, of UK-IL~ 31 3

of J. D. Ceu, oypoete MiaMsie Teapla
whin ta want of RoeM s Buggis, or

He carries the beat assortment of
Bugglesa n Middle Florida, which he
sells at rwmnable prices, and on favor-
able terms to responsible parties.
His stock of Harness Is new and up to
date, and includes any and all articles
in his line neded for county and city
In Heavy Harnem he has no rival.
To turpentine and mill men he offers
goods made especially for their use, and
at prices that cannot be duplicated.
In his Stables are to be seen as fine a
lot of drivers, #ingle and double, as
were ever brought to this city.
Call on him and examine his stock.

FoR RENT. Five-room cottage In
Long's Grove Addition; Separate kitch-
en, good porches, fine well water, sta-
bles, etc. Apply to Dr. B. J. Bond. 17
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ar A mals that we mi
ot them tm bem e hadb
o. Bea levr of animals ad_*
to protect them.-Crystal River News.
Aasther GoadMan "*oe WrWmje
He nweleesal to take Foley's Kidey
Cure at the rAt snas of kidney troUbe,
hoping it wouM wear away, and lhe was
soon a victim of Brrht's dise..e. Th
is danger in deay, but if Foley's Kid-
ne Cure is tak- toace the symptoms
will disappear, t kidneys are strenath-
ened and you a on sound and wel
A. R. Bass of Morantown, Ind., had
to t up ten or twelve times in the
night, and had a severe backache and
ipaasin the kidneys, and was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by all dru--
gists. *
Senator J. H. Humphries, also editor
of the Bradentown Journal, who in-
tends spending several days in this
section of his State, %as among our
most pleasant visitors Monday. He ex-
pect& to visit Pensacola in time to at-
tend the Broward-Beard Everglade de-

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Ias and Spoelfleatlons fra shed. All kinds of buRdlangs oa
sad oosstruoted aoeording to the I atest Improved methods.
Ml Work-Mamfaatarers of all kinds of rough N ad drsees ed o
ne1sag, stair rails, balhwts. porch columns, brackets, mantels, pf
flaer able ornaments ad turned and scrou work of every desesI
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.TS e Fpit. with ths br Fl party,sleft
hjII W s, wsi- afternoon for ronsawla.
S**'* h w t they will pronWed to
O AsighSIssJay Now Yorkw the groom is to par.
~-f at. tkeipate in Bryan's roption.
Subscribe to the True Democrat.. CapM wvs. CapltL
Dr. J. M. Carn, of CeUtervlle, was The delms at the capitol and the
among his Tallahasee friends Tuesday. clerks in the stores played a game of
Mr. eoy Hutelinson left Monday for base ball Wednday afternoon, which
* months tay In North Carolina, visit-was Joed by the large crowd of spec-
S st y i orth oins, visit- tat. The game consisted principally
of battery work on both sides. Wm.
Mr. Hugh H. Black, of Bloxham Van Brunt pitched for the store clerks
neighborhood, was in town Wednesday and John Hamlin caught. Walter Mc-
and left with us a dollar for subscrip- Lin pitched and "Jack" Jacoble caught
tion. for the capitol. The score was 5 to 3
Mr. Ed. Whitehead, of Bradfordville, in favor of the "up-towners."
was In the city Monday and made us a '- ... ,
very pleasant call Miss Eble Qualle returned from Al-
Mr. Andrew Manning, of Mannington, bany. Ga, Thursday morning with her
was in the city Tuesday circulating cousin Mim Bertha Cook of that place.
among his numerous friends. Miss Helen James, who has been vis-
Mr. Wilson Hall wears the "smile citing the Miswse VanBrunt for several
that won't come off" since the intro- weeks part, wil, re urn o her home in
auction of a fine girl into his family on Atlaita tomorrow.
last Saturday. Chief of Police Wm Langston, ar-
Profs. Arthur Williams and Asi Clark restfet le-Jackson, colored, Wednesday
left Monday for a month at Tallulah for selling iqiuor. He was found guilty
Falls, Ga. They'll read the news and given sixty days or $100oo and costs.
through the True Democrat. Mr Quentun Ashmore, of Carrabelle,
The popularity of Hon. J. W Wat- came up Wednesday to be introduced to
son at home is demonstrated in the fact the Elkn'goat Hie returned Thursday.


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on. W. N. Sheats to Be Principal of --------------
Leoon High School. I

that the Miami military company has Leon county is to be congratulated
named its camp steet at Tampa, Waton Notice. that lion. W N. Sheats, ex-Superin-
Avenue. Notice in hereliv viven that I am no tendent of Publi' Instruction of Flor-
Mr. R 0. Stephens, formerly of thin lonv'er in the. millinery or ni city, who has heen in Floralu, 'Ali., for business in Tallahasse'e., having sold my cipal of the hiigh .-chool here for the
the two years past, is again in town entire hIusineas to Charlen Edele.n, and corninLt season.
since Tuesday and has accepted au posi- I will noi longer Ie roucontiblle for an'. All who know IMr. She'ats are aware
tion with the Southern Express Co. here debts rnow standing or which may he. that with him arnd his excellent ability
The last consignmetut of low quarter rndl. he.re.after lv Charles Edol.'n or aril experience ;.t the head of the<
"Queen Quality" Shoe'. for th ..e.a.on hv vW. F. IsWnks ,s Fj. nt f < harl. uc(iool, it has a hiriliart future ie-fore
Just received by Burns & ('Co., and they I'diler, or by either of their in any it: that in a very f.w years Leon county
are beauties. Call anti make' your ,,4- manner whatever, will have a preparatory school than
election. "Queen Quality" is the lead- iSigned) (;go P'. HANKS which there will be, none hi'ghe'ror bet-
ing shoe of the day; non. Ibette.r 2r August It, lfNi 2'5-tf ter *.qluilped in tie 'State
Mr Sheats is a man of great execu-
Mr J. S. Williams left Monday for Mr W. W. Nicholson. a tobaeo, tive ability and huiliotg tenacity. He is
Macon, where he will spend three huyer of Gfadslon .county, is in the city to be admired for these two traits more
months in the College of Pihsrmacy. liking over the fine crop of tobacco than any man in the State. When it
after which time he will proceed to that was raised in this county. was ordered by the- Superintendent of
take a medical course in Atlanta., Hi Lost. publicc Instruction that all principals of
many friend, wish him unlimited On. nd a high schools must have life certificates.
SBrown leather Hnd Ba con- he stood the examinations under Miss
Don't buy a paper covered l)rss. Suit wn ex Fkyniture (o en t. IHampton, in Jacksonville, resolved to
Case because you can get it cheap. as it between Cox wlrtu return t< lot. continue his work in the educational in-
is .ot economy Pay Burns & C. er wi ease return to this terests of the commonwealth.
little more money and get a solid i . . Undoubtedly Leon county now has
Leather Dress Suit Case or Bug that Conrraelle Advertiser items. one of the best and most competent
will last one a life-time. 2 l o r Myers, o s principals for its high school in the,
2 liHon. Fred T. Myers, of Tallahassee. State.
To be a loyal member of the Frator- was in town last week attending court town thi week
nal Union of America means to be a efor ntice of th Pce CT W Mr. Sheatm wan in town this week
before hiJtice of the Pmei' C'. T We- lohkinv fora suitable residence for him-
good citizen, and this in the proudest then Mis. .Jeie May Farle, (f Tl- lkn foauitable rde for him-
boast that any man can mike that he lahassee spent Wednesday in the ity elf and his excellent wifn. They have
is a good Ame;rinn citizen if you love with friends lion. Chn G. 'arlin a host of warm friends in Tallahasee,
your lodge and our order, you must Sr., Surveyor-Generalof the Statewith antiarewelcomed back among us most
necessarily love your home, your coun- headquarters at Tallahasee., came in cordially.
try and your God. -F raternal Union. last Staturday to spend Sunday with his, ....
p *Mr. and Mrs .1. Stuart Lewis and family, returning late Sunday after- Another *IUnd Tiger NRuzled.
their clever little daughters, Sallie and noon on the excursion train Mr. (has The sheriff and deputies found Allen
Elizabeth, pannssed through the city yes- A. Cay, of Tallahassee, was in town Harrison selling "booze" in the city last
terday en route to Irvine, where they this week prospecting We would be Monday, and in the county curt, after
will remain for several days as guests glad to have Mr. Cay locate' in our hearing the evidence, he was bound
of Mr. Lewis' mother Mrs.M. C. Lewis. town." over to the circuit court.
They have many friends here, and No doubt you would, neighbor, but !-.-*-------- -.
durngr their hort stay between trains Tallahassee cannot spare such (rood cit- What a Iondon paper considers the.
were royally entertained. Mr. Lewis Isens as are either one of our Cays. most remarkable legacy on record is
s a railway postal clerk, and Is em- with their excellent families, and we that of a woman who bequeathed 600
played between Jacksonville and Cedar expect, so long as they are so well fixed to a newspaper, "in recognition of my
Key.- alnesvllle Sun. and located with us, you will have to be tivin so often been entert-ined by
Mr. A. D. Connor, a progressive and doomed to disappointment. We will let it." Millions of people are daily enter-
up-to-date farmer, came last winter him visit you occasionally, however. r trained by the newspaper. It is their
from Parler, 8. C.. to Leon county and i o t companion and friend. Its regular vis-
settled at Mieconukle. He has about A Tactey Party at Lanar.*Oa.the. its are looked forward to with pleasure.
100 acres in cotton and 75 acres in corn. Gulf. When it fails to put in an appearance
and his crops are said to be the very Pa Jeremiah Higginbotham brought the day is incomplete. One of the last
best in that part of the county. Mrs. his interesting family over to the inn friends that the average person would
Connor, with her children and Mius .d- to spend the evening with the guests part with is the newspaper. And yet
na Carn, of ('entreville. left last Tues- Monday. most persons regard it as merely so,
day for a visit to South Carolina They The three young men Solomon, mu'h merchandise. Volusia Record
will remain until cold weather shall Sleepy Pete alnd Spmony Zecke were -
drive them back to Leon's delightful the Io.-aux of the occa nn,. while his Nasonic Grand Lodge In Congress.
winter climate. charnming daughters Miss'sm l.iza Jane.
The Earl & Wilson (illnr .andI Cutf Matildy .Jane, Samantha and Supphira The Masonic Grand I Lodge coree l).
now on sale at Burs r. ri.- Ann were all very popular ami)ng the 'embracein.t all the lohe.,i.s in the district
nmeton sale atl ,..ur ..ma y M. arrn ; ge'sts f tle inn. But the bwile of the bhtwen the Suwanne' and Chattahoo-
while In New York for li he. ;' lligginkitham fauny were Sal and n,.r owhe'' rive,,s and frim ith. i ;heorria line
as exclusive' agents in "l'llahr ..isA'o fi, l.'ty com.nm, Arnminta lIet;raffrenreid, to th' (;ulf. convned.l in Tallahasse ,
the world famous "E & V hins, ,- from a nehiring (,Georvia city Each Mrndaty in district c'nr tLr,.
... .. ... il .....iii ..i ..,r.,.i ,...i. From) the. Maaonic Hall th.'" i '-ral I

Remember that fraternal ic, ranci'e 4 l ..|iI ..l |lw w"ith i.el.win iunc. **,I-o.
has come to itau" Ie, not Iiu Akw;,rI' ii ,ti(,l.,' .ti.r ivth~'.hwh Ilh,\. s.ng 11 their'
extending an invitation to a1ll yV'ur own c'lua.ing omwiI the. wll-knowni
friends and neighbors to, mite wit the ,, i i .e,,,|W. 'j' I,,,,h, .. ',,'Works butt
Fraternal Union eof Anmrwi, tihe o.' tI'thr." A "I, r ,..lotwn f,(llow.d.
men of the worll Mi'i.-.,or e e th, after which ,' fre,,sihmntsx were s, .rvle.
Knights of Honor all have I,.-l, af. cn.,sist,,ig of lmI,, ,,,e sh e,1 t atrl wafers,.
organizations in the city if you wiN' s'ervd with to.sthpiicks.
a policy ins an insuretre't ',ctI n '"",' The llitgniothanie proved very easy
Mr. C. G. Myers, or ('Cupt Ir Sailirn. t ie,,,'i,,e acquaint'il with, and will noi
both of whom are agents for theta I.est doult ,be quilt, an acquisition to "Psas-
companies and have adlve'rtiNmenennts in si." t
this paper. Every mcan should carry
somekind of life insuranceu an at prlote'-' Registratlon Notice.
tion to his loved ones. Tallahassee, si July 17, 1906.
Bumrs & Co will close ,out awst t six The Registration Hooksot Leon Coun-
dosen more of those Panama flats at tv will be kept opeitin at the court house
five dollars each. They also have about in Tallahassee on Thursday, Friday and
two came of Townsend & Grace Straw
Hats that they offer at twenty-five saturday in each week. from the 9th
ents (eah. te day of August until the 13th day of
eSnta each. October. A D. 1906.
If otu note that Mr. R. W. Cobb. one s. P. ('HAIRKI,
of t& stockholders and managers of Supervisor of Registration for Leon
the Tallahasee* Drug Company' s store. County. 21-4t
sees downeast and blue, an unusual --....
pred-l ment for sueh a nice, sociable I F M. Brumby will save you money
and JOly fellow to get into, it is be- In new and second-hand Parniture. 2U.
eSa he fles lonesoiml. True he wasB ".- .-
wrestn last week with some fever, If
but a tle thing like that does not
bother bim His esellt wife isaway hs and U ps l
hfrom oe for a ,and he 7 uly --
dos lI way Power Gallos; WeanrLonger; Devoe.
b. t We ubsr'tTNus eto Truee himmor

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Icwn Monroe street, li'aic'd It,' the'
Aplahicnhwla colored Iind. 'The pro,:'cc'
simn %a-. nearly a mile' in It'inth, em lI
while the band and thi' ader-irm wsrec
dirawin up at the capital, the rear (lnd
(of the' line was ten or twelve locks
away The Masons marched t we ahrea'st,
with regalia appropriate to their dI-'
gret'es nd ranks. The miinn rorhc in
carriages and were iiresed, in signi'l-
cant paraphernalia. The high arch
Masmone rode horses and carried swords.
At the capitol, when all had arrived.
the address, to have been made by the"
Governor was delivered by Attorney
General Ellis, who received enthusiastic
applause. He was replied to by Rev.
D. A. Perrin, of Tampa, who also was
generously cheered
From the M. B A fund the widow of
a Mason was paid one hundred dohars.
There was a reception and collation
at the opera house on Monday night for
the Masons. Many enthusiastic speeches
were made and al were profited by the
enjoyable evenita. Notes of warning
were seeded to the public aginast
what is knows as "Lpurious Masonry.
Strong cos tios was placed aup=
all fraud aid deptioo.
Such a m ti dose iadisputable
,oo d for Im ls a*e,. d .the
-sooner s lm lar muaa10
into them t a atIerl
Masons or Utda ti s sthmiser
do they at fa to p* tk tings.

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btee=rs down from close bus-
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Sdays they would probably be
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tX Goodwin and family left Sunday
Tallahassee, where Mr. Goodwin
assume the management of the
tmn Union Tele6raph Company's
ness. The people of Plant City re!
tW lose this interesting family and
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Mr.IL e IiL sa leped Best Cabinet Photoigraphs in They have m to ad you
|t -i T Tallahassee, $.50 per dozen. 22 that they I yd so as soon
To send one or more two-cent postage *S Iriie.
Ca 0. Lewis and his sister. stamps to the Governor, or not to send d so nJ lie meine.) Befnr
Miss & ja pl n them-that ls the question, and it seems eI li for imy Ilhon une pri-
stay at MktM1 y. to be the only pressing issue in FloridaI folrmi.. hel -. ..eand o b w.s11
Mr. and Mrs. J McCord and litic just at present. Don't let a iey t I tk t e
da . C. James, wife and _hn like that worry you this hot lenaty I for State rfoat, and wouMMi
^Mkl jSA .&S 1K. y M weater; livetheGove-rnor the benefit nation for State cetificate, and wud
fora a@si t .atPise prn o te ing sh i th sa on the part of the school m the o
Miss Sarah Dehamreturned to Jack- O a .. fund, or I wouM ld demltf th school
sonville Friday after a pleasant visit Best Cabinet Photographs in by deducting P0 a month fr m sal
to Mis Wayle L'Engle in this city. Tallahassee, $2.50 per dozen. 22 ry. Then thE above letter. Un -
Mrs. T os. Perkins and daughter, Mr. Edwin F. Blake, of Washington, Cem this I retried i-m
MISS Hi." left W.d to fln th D. C., grandson of Mrs. E. L T. bmlake, e tet
mohth tana ndn, o.h of this I city, ha n accepted a pition amai t ri flt ea
Mr. and Mrs M l and son, itenographer an typewriter in the of- tenir sSme ot a la
Pa, want b astory for a few fice of Hon. Fred T. Myers, his cousin, t2evfl me i-.-at.. .l._
week outing at St. Teresa. and he will also readlaw under him. greater salaries r legd ssof cer-.
Edinrseblsveyuh f th ficate I held. these was the
Mrs. W. -11. Qaterman and family Edwin reembles p very much his father ster s.o the ol s county high Me,_ he
returned last Friday after three weeks who now holds a rponsible govern ......... .i,.=
spent pleasantly atAt.Teresa.myt poitio in atalthai. As ith whest
is well known in Tallahassee,, his bof- m mr ,ol.In th m exto
Mrs.H.. N. Sweetla returned home hood home. TallahasseMns eneralv ouimeA r, pn mt me to thaue a
last week from a pleasant visit of one will welcome this young gentleman as a u to tate a State e. LtflstA
month to Canada and northern United citizen. co July. I wrote o Of thl tah
state. l county hidgh shool ant Itf thea
M ve .Mr. Fred W. Kettle, after a pleasant would e thmedo Amd toa
SMr. E. B. Dyer, wDhora een build- stay of a week or so in his old home them .iM re tb heep nme te a
in brick houses n Valdosta for the herein St Augustine left for Hender- form beforede th r fleatiby theI
Co l. m ^0I iso.in the op ot ed c t w r n onth eof
h wast .yrsin th city woing n sonville, N C on Tuesday, where he Alachua county bard, I weu sd
Tozr..or a mansion. will join Mrs. kettle. After a little rest their school.
Mr. John Clark returned home last up in the mountains, Mr. Kettle will As soon au notified June d. that I
Friday after a vacation of three weeks return to his poet in Tallahasee.-St. hadwon a State erAcate I ntf
spent in Jacksonville, Tampa, Key West Augustine Meteor. Supt.t Kelley, wm I was told tAmt the
am..Havana.he.w. Alachua county hoard umId meet Au-
Hon. Geors Walkter is spending his Nohell.etatou e isVas ow t Swear- gust 7. Prior to that diote the Las
summer at Wayneaville, N. C., and o la and m rihtlah. county board made good Its offer to oe,
wants his True Democrat sent there Sunday morning a large crowd was and I feel bound to accept the same.
'without fa l.' attracted to the store of Abraham De- I hereby tender my regnatio of th
Col. John S. Winthrop notified us that matre by the soundof loud jabbering in principalahip of the Univei ty
he was going to spend a while now at Syrian and considerable scuffling and School, which you have th da t
Toxaway, X. C., having been at Blue yells. Lieutenant of Police Gray came action of your board, legally tI n so
Ridge Springs, Va., heretofore. up with the o iren time to see MoseS me.
Miss Mary Groover who has been the Koutite, another Ayrian, coming out I hope you will have no difficulty in
mt-of-ies. A' 'Coa or ra in a slightly hammered condition wiion with finding a principal for the s huo I
weesk. ,tni earne, lst, Cris.y to her Alls Debb who keeps the stand across thank both the true and the t nt
ho ame l le....Jack s eeoni. f Afrom the El Provedo. Koutite was ar- school board for theim itnoram t il.
.n. V f mon horested and let out on a bond of $100. plied in the tender of the potioPoa, as
The Misses Wyatt, who have been The evidence, ahown in the polie evidence, as shown in the police well as for the uniform kind of
the guests of Mrs. A. C. Spiller in this court Monday morning, was to the effect both during the pat year. I shall go
city for a few week, left this morning that Abraham Dematre had declared to to Tallahausee.
for Thomasville, much to the sorrow of Debb that he had seen Koutite with his I am yours very rpctfully,
a host of friends. arm around Debb's sister at four o'clock WM. N. SIh AT$.
Mr. John Bell left last week in corn- in the morning. Debb reported same _
oRny with his sister, Mrs. W. McLin, to Moses, who immediately, desiring to N ew to Ave l Ap dekdtia.
r eacon Hill, Fla., where they will vindicate the girl who was his be- Most victimsof appeno"t.its are those
attend a house party with many of their trothed, went to the store of Abraham who are habitually onatipated. Orino
friends. Dematre in company with Debb and Laxative Fruit Syrup eeuo chronic leo-
Miss Nannie Gallie, with Mrs. Knott found the store man out. His wife stipation by stimulating the liver and
and family, left last week for Alburh sent to Joe Dematre's, however, for bowels and restorea the natural action
SprinT Vt., fora month or two in the Abraham by her son. Coming up to his of the bowels. OrIno Lamatve Fruit
moun ain. Mr. Robert McCord has store with his brother Joe, Abraham Syrup does not nauseate orgrpe and
hag of the pastorate at that place thought that everything was all right, i mild and peasant to take. fu
for the summer. as the two visitors were laughing and aubstitutes. Sold by all dealer. *
Mr. n. A. Mg4s n -a .. o l smoking, so they walked in, and after a w-tme. _
iB.the amAl f the o hm ille e few common place remarks Moses Las t Sturday morning Mr. John
cmpo.e. to- bo __?fro 8 t o .?, ,, Koutite asked Dematre if he made ett and hi s sonCalvi, to whom
isfactoryfoih e last two months, re- those charges to Debb. The answer W. 0. Ames had given th o werd
Storna home M a on route to St- being in the affirmative, he then asked In the city with the pus: watermelon
Theresa. where he will spend the re- if he would swear to it by the head of of the asen. It iW0 chlear
matinder of the summer. his son. Abraham refused to swear to one way and 56 inches the other, and
Mr. John Moore, formerlyof thicity t, o M calledhi cim liar'and ev- weighed 76 pounds. Banide being as
spent several days in the city and our- eral other things unwritable. Then it largo It is said to have b n of
rounding country last week on business appears that there was a general mix- lent flavor and the sed was saved from
John has halt interet in a large and up and free fight. No conclusion could it for a future crop. It resembleso Gir-
poular _furniture establishment in be reached as to who started it, both rdeau's champion melons In ever re-
lney, and his friends wish him all sides telling entirely different tales. Be Sect, though Maj. Ames says Capt
ondf prosperity it enough that there was a fight and Vaon gave him the seed and ay they
Last Saturday the baseball team from that Koutite got the worst of It with a came from North Carolina. Itwas truly
i Munson's Pond came in to play a game duster wielded by the faithful wife. "some watermelon."
with a Tallahse team, which was the No one was cut in the No one wa cut in the fracas, ras waa e-sl-.pe
fourth nine, onsistin of mall boys reported at first, and with the excep- haciw TchM Wa C l-4 .
from 11 to iTh visiting team was tion of a few slight bruises on the head No one can reasonably hope forgood
composed of boys from 18 to 36. But and a five-dollar fine to Koutite. and digestion when the bowels are oati-
Scounted little in that mix-up. The .00 for Debb as accomplice, as well ted. Mr. Charle Baldwin, of Ed
score was 5 to 8 in favor of the home as the hatred between the two houses, wardavlle, Ill., says: "I suffered from
"kids." all is over. chronic comstipstion and stom h tree.
Mr. E. A. Dickey, now a member of veo la His w I Irewer. bleM for several ye*rs, but ti ks to
the city council of Apalachiola and a Wionsin chemist say he has di. Chambrlan' Stomach and Lver Tab.

and saSt h AoWisconshe t s Eay he ha sdis- lots a m almost curee.hW hyonotp sgot a
edinbusiness man over there, top- covered a method whereby man can am a t cu Why get
t -city Monday w inthe hist Tal- r e ol te T r i
rebati Oldesarry around in a small phial 40 Wchoon- an stay well? Price 25 cents. C saI
Tuesday for the North and East to ar- According to What tho Eat he has allo *|ts.

wat e r&Bc. A n wa in the itye on All h wilt. rardint his diove th v
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t eirl tale tyewar iton Juil thh. _e formmig li perd.nt alcohol, which is ... .
did mtsehibs alme sMay ut hold s the quantity found In the best quality M
r ei the i e pr The advantage of this is that .one Ln ofm pv G9000li.
hurriedly Sumdao afternoon to attend s ume e of liquid in hia veat nonmeM a Nd kmb gwa IbM
the b yisOdWe L PA. Shie. Mrs. la- fhus b constantly poken t andlyui dSid ute Ai
vQ7's dsate4, who was very law. Mris with indefinite quenching of a peron-i g?>1 his
/ ACA "ta 14a 4 7arn-liv I wthU Mn. g f. thirstngbut aleo with enough treats tw I 5s 1
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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of them little Im-
proved pokeit savings banks to helpyou to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
you ean deposit half a dollar or smaller colas. It is of a size convenient to carry n the vest pocket
or a ladiesliad bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money W
want am account with everybody in this viltaity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would b, surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taklhg care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

10c per cay
20 per cay
26c per cay
80 per cay
We per ay
100e per cay

for 5 years.
for 6 yearn
for 5 years
for 5 years.
for 5 years.
for 5 years

Am't deposited.

Interest earned. Total am't
$11.14...-----. ...----...-..-- ...-----$167.64
22.28 .... ... ..--- ---- 836.28
2786...- .. .... 419.10
33.42.. ....-------------..... 502.92
.. 65.70 ........------..-- 888.20
-.....111.40---... -- ----....... .... 1,676.40

'poseasofi o,

The capital stock of the savings bank is $21),<).00) with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.

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Live and Rolling

BUGCMS $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00 nd up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.


P. 0. Box 838.

Tallahassee, Fla.

N3t. ror iPlbllstl1a.

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lhmlen days f ram
Y, to honoable
inin'vmm 56 "Mite.S. Ifor a %IlI
tbM he ..sine ofs
d Mhis len w in Isthe State peuilte.

A comfortable 46-oom cotta'ewith
kitchen Clobth nww~ 6bok
Of ILemfutL @0$OOper moutb.
All to HwAma GAmsa.

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Cotgsto rest.Pboiie No. &S.11-

lameala News.
August 18.-Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Trice
were pleas ant and welcome visitors at
Dogwood, the home of Mrs. Trice's
parents, and also at Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
errell's, near Metcalfe, Ga., last week.
Mr. Trice had been to Thomasville,
look for a place to establish a home.
On Friday, the 10th instant. Mr and
Mrs. 0. T. Brown had the good luck to
enjoy a genuine "fish fry" given by
Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Strickland, with Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Strickland, in honor of
Dr. Daniel McMullen, of largo, Fla.
Dr. McMullen was a room-mate of Dr.
Strickland when he graduated in At-
lanta about two years ago, and was
visiting the latter. The spread took
place at the Basin on Lake lamonia,
and the weather was quite favorable,
the air being kept cool by gentle
brems. We had plenty of fish even
leaving some. So of the men donned
their bathing suits and took a bath in
the lake at the "spring board." The
names of the others who dined with us
weu Miae Louella Blair and Mr. and
Mrs. T. P. Strickland'a children, Master
Willie and the wee Misses Mamie and
There were three other distinct
groups who picnicked at the Basin the
same day. The majority of these came
from "over the river," but, besides our
crowd, we saw from the Bethpage
neighborhood Mears. Dick Doss, Blount
Strickland and Alex Blair. All enjoyed
themselves, as we believe, to the fullest
Crops on the lake are looking very
sorry and some cotton badly choked up
withgrass. Cotton is opening and some
farmers have begun to pick.
The diotriet conference of the Thom-
asville district, Rev. E. J. Cook presid-
ing elder, will meet at Metcalie on to-
morrow, the 14th instant.
The breeze of railway talk has sprung
up again In our section, but we have
been "fooled" so often that we pay
very little attention to it.
Mr. Tom Whitfakid has erected a saw
mill on the land of Mr. Joe Blair, near
Beth pae, and will saw up some of Mr.
Blair a timber. He expected to begin
sawing this week.
Miss Garland, from Whigham. will
begin to teach the Bethpage public
school on the 27th instr.nt This school
is In Grady county, Ga.
Mr. J. H. Harvin is quite sick at his
home near Meridian. We wish Henry
a speedy recovery.
r. A. R. Season. is troubled with
rheumatism in one of his arms.
Mr. J. R. Jones has been visiting in
our neighborhood during the past two:
Mr. A. C. Dickey and two sons. Willie
and David went on an excursion to
Savannah last week. Arthur says it
was a "little warm" In Savannah while
he stayed there. He took a "dip in the
briny deep," and smae to have been
very much impressed by the bathing
suits, so-alled. While thee suits were
"wide out" enough, they were not
"high down" enough.

--aBBll~l~l -- M-l
Chase. W. Moore a machinist, of Ford
City, Pa., had his hand frightfully
burned in an electrical furnace. He
applied Bueklen's Arnica Salve with
th usual result: "a quick and perfect
cure." Greatest healer c.n earth for
burns, wona, mores, eczema and piles.
8M at all drugsts. *
'"ar I aal.
Rooms, dea lo ted. Apply to
Mrs M. 0. Swrlmton, MN South Ad-
am atrow 21-at
l D. Cay when ou wish to hby
a aeame or asy ktl of voehleo. Ha
parN yeo tWe beet at the eWeWet
poises. S1tftt

Mr. Eugene Duval is off in the North-
ern and Eastern markets laying in fall
and winter goods for the mammoth
Buval Broa.' business of this city. The
True Democrat will go to him while
Do't Grumble
when your joints ache and you suffer
from rheumatism. Buy a bottle of
Ballard's Snow Liniment and get in-
stant relief. A positive cure for rheu-
matism, burns, cuts, contracted mus-
cles, more chest, etc., Mr. 1. T. Bogy, a
prominent merchant at Willow Point,
exma, says that he finds Ballard's Snow
Liniment the best all-round liniment he
ever used. Sold by all druggists. *
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly al-
layed by applying (Chamberlain's Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this Salve is
nuequaled. For ale by druggists. *

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

149 N. Munroe St.



Mad.e under Samrton S. Chapter 411>, laIwa of
Fkwuridahowins the amount of tax charged
to the Tax C(.olltor of Ie.n county. Florida.
to te collected for the current year 1906,. nd
the apportkmrnent of the same to the uwreral
fund for which much uitax have ew*n levied:
Total Tax Year lt9 7.P.40.46
Amount Iail to Aimr lot. ION 2.324 90
Ialanre A V.114.M
general Revenue* 7.7t 4 ..I
Amn't paid to A let. I t190 .tU&.ON

Am, It Paid to Aui i t. IM

A4mMl .ID t i AUl. t., IM.
Inail dIrfetur -*
Amn't p"d to Aug. lt. IM. 0
Rad and frlure
Am't paid to Aus. let. ISO
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Am't paid to Aug let. IM



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Att.tu B.T. P'ata.n
Clark (IrcultCounrt. te Omemttortf.A.
let, IMN.

All property on which taxes are not
aid by August 16th will be advertised.
No exception will be
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Al Work Done Promptly.

Satisfactlon Guaranteed.



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

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

J .P 41 I)UNCAN,

Old Kemper Livery Stables.




"8 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.



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Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


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Headquarters for first class stock.

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

Have just received a T
car load of as handsome U G il I
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harness.
J AV 140 S. Adams St.
SD. CAY, Tallahassee, Florida.

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Sust now we are planning and working like beavers to stretch thee plastic of our

Capacity a bit further. Demand gave it a mighty strong tug last year; and
if yesterday is any way of judging to-morrow, we'll be chock-a-block and over


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Capacitated on business during the coming season.

"But we expect to be able to de*

liver" Our buyer is now in the eastern markets and advices from him indicates that
he is buying largely in order to meet the fast increasing demand upon our Capacity.





Hon. T. M. Puleston was in Tallahas- The Removal of Shertff Carter. armed men, and was compelled to re- performing the duties of the office until The largest line of Shoes in the city
see Tuesday and made us a pleasant The Democrat recently expressed the main there until the mob outside corn- the adjournment of the Senate, unless now carried by Burna & Co., who ma
call, renewing his subscription to the opinion that investigation of the case of pleted its work. He did not divulge the sooner reinstated by the Governor. If the exclusive agents in TallahaMse for
paper. Sheriff Carter. of Citrus county, re- hiding place of the jail keys. because 'Gov. Broward cares anything for the the famous "H anan" Shoes. A corn-
Time now to order your Fall Suit and moved by the Governor for not protect. he did not know it. They had been left wishes of our people, he will reinstate plete line of Leonard, Shaw & Dean, as
Burns & Co. are ready to show a full ing his prisoners against a mob, would by a deputy in W. H. Millee's safe, Geo. R. Carter without delay."-Live well as Selby & Drew Shoes also car-
line of samples, take your measure, exculpate that gentleman. The Citrus where they were found by the mob In Oak Democrat. nred in stock. The best is always the
and guarantee a perfect fit. 25 County Chronicle thinks so, too, and the name of common sense, we want to ...-... -.. cheapest. 2
Mr. John G. Collins, wife and family thinks it with much emphasis The ed- know how Sheriff Carter could have re-
left TuesdayJnoon foriPanaceaS rsl itor of the Chronicle. being on the listed. lie might have been able to R NT NOTICE ofptt for ta w
heft Tuesfay noon for Panacea Springs' nont emmighbu trat, oflaidaOR R NT. ono o o., t
the popular summer resort on the Gui ground, is doubtless thoroughly famil- shoot one man, but that would have I t1 ion s. chapiter4wtt. Law dof FloAda
the popular summer resort on the Gulf ar with the facts in the case, and it is been all, and his life would have paid O ANNIE CHAPMAN. AND ALL OTHUR
hicoast. Mr. Coily remins will return Sunday ut ustie to Mr carter who has been the penalty. The law does not expect 7 Room Cottage in best neighbor concerned:
hi family ut in a very bad light before the en- an officer to wantonly sacrifice his own hood in city; place in splendid re- Ntic in.hereby given that J. A. Ball s1
mer. ire State in consequenceof his removal life and take the lives of others, when air; can have possession at once. ta cilae No., da et of
Mrs. C. C. Temple left Thursday from office for alleged neglect of duty, nothing is to be gained thereby Such partiess with small boys need not ma~.a ftlicationfortadeed toe M~ ina s11
morning for Fernandina for a few weeks' that his defense as set forth by the things would be more hkely to outrage apply H. L. GREGORY. ane witmbrllww.
visit to her sister and friends. Accorn- Chronicle should .e reproduced in the the dignity of the State of Florida and i land ~ltuated in Ion County.Flrd to1i
paying her were her little daughter, State press The Chronicle says: bring it into disrepute if sanctioned. 4 aera of land. brginninglr. T7-100 alin" eof
Bessie, and son, Robert. They will be W..he o ; I'.pl< may talk about "newrvle" being ----- -- ------ th'lii.'betwenth1 ;d Swu of "sti
Sen rn was ,nc May required tresistawbutanannshi o.uth.of hen -. I am %sme
gone for six weeks. Carter was transaction business in an' rir t- resit an a w p rt a sa-na .ofte
arter we. ntransa I. inan-ingle-handed is a fool who would un- ,II d Saw iing. ,f section 2. townahlIp 1 eo>th of t mas|
otherpat of the county, and could not and andrunning tKe.p1:,ierieto a ate=
ool Compiled by iss Emma Child nl ldertake it. Self-preservation is the Wn runi a te 5 U M
Book Compile by ils Emma Child have been held personally responsible Ifi rtlaw of naturehnWehave nttthe(i westheetet fii I l6i-lheoi'@ b
A very splendid book, the fruit of for the s:me. When Jim Davis was rtst eat the rkil mi I your Gins and Saws hamprtht, 16-IOmakeiut
long and persistent labors on the part lynched. June 7th, the sheriff had been tia could have successfully resisted the tret thence west fro the oppolt Oldto oef&d
of Miss Emma Child of this city, inow out of town day and night hunting the Iaddened men nor do we believe the need Repairing call on, .treet a. I SI chains, theo north 4 46 1
ready for publication and will be given negro, who had been captured that would havmeeven made an attempt to innin d t the date f t hes0-
to the public at a not distant date. morning, and when he arrived here at had they arrived here in time 'Discre-, D MILLiY ertficaten the of A
The name of the book is "Golden 6 3$) in the evening, fully 3(M) armed and tion i the better art of valor and no* Chapman.ed
Thoughts for Every Day," and Miss determined men were parading the oI with otter partin of 24-tf oin w rtxtedwillbmth r n the
Child deserves much commendation for streets and guarding the jail to prevent o order 20 men to fire on 3ios who were day of September A. D. IWS.
the excellent taste and good sense dis- the prisoner from being spirited away. well armed The Governor has madeo a t n.. ci tu uad yt thi. t
played in the compilation. Sheriff Catter repaired to his office in wel arme he 'ovrnor haI mdc a tb rAlllr. ," AuL ut1 HNRY T. FELKICL,
pubscr it the TrueDemo ca t he courthouse, where was soon sur- mistake in suspending Sheriff Carter. r"cr Ciruit drtln. uIBAr, IJa.
Subscribe to The True Democrat. rounded by six or eight masked and The order says he is suspended from .*stes 63e*0maghlsad .ww



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in the


nally's Candies, received each week by express which
is a guarantee of their freshness.
Candy kept over one week is not good, we carry at

all times a fine line and guarantee it to be

fresh and good.

We have a reputation made on the manufacture of

of Creams

and Sherbets,


best materials and by the best methods, and our long

and successful

guarantee of the purity and excellence of the product.
Being exclusive agents in the City for Vason's Cream

and using the best

in the neatest shape, on these grounds
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eM.UsgUe Semd 1of Trade t K-
dease Caerald, a4 orlMd
iters to Be tawledL
"Resolvd That the Je ville
Board of Trade heartily indorM the
eforts of the newspapers of Jack n-
vile in their effort to hold a arniva
in this city this fall from November 9th
to 10th, Incluelve, as such an enrpri
Is most benflecial to the into of
the dty, bringing crowds of people here
and adverting the advantages of Jack-
That was the resolution Introduced
by A. J. Mitchell, of the weather Bu-
reau, and passed unanimouslyesterday
afternoon by the Board of Trade at their
regular meeting. This shows how the
bgeset and most powerful organization
of the State favors the plan adopted by
the newspapers of Jacksonville for
bringing crowd* of people here and ad-
vertising this progressive city.
The day previous the board of gov.
ornors passed unanimously a resolution
deciding to give the editors of Florida a
reception and collation at the Board of
Trade auditorium one day during the
cornival, the date of which will be an-
nounced later. Realizing the Influence
of the press of Florida, the Board of
Trade will pay the editors this compli-
ment, which will be appreciated, and it
is expected every editor in Florida will
be present at this reception and colla-
The Carnival Association will also
have the editors as their guests during
carnival week, a the carnival is a news-
toper venture, and everything will be
done to entertain the visitors and their
famllles who come to the carnival.

ta is the to a
ton mt wm Urnhss
mdialte or emOD by sgradusl
prqgrm. Abuse Is the t rt ad
voraious child of power and pristge.
The whole of the swamp and overewad
ladm, made undt theby for eultive.
tion, wre granted to so State to re-
claim the sanm and make St for cultiva-
tion and for no other purpose, sad not
for the puirposeof taking a eytom
of canal an m other channel of com-
meree. The step is a short one from a
srstom of canals to a system or schedule
of tollk to be paid for'use of the canals,
for without the tolls or some other
method of taxation to keep the canals
open and ready for use, the lands in a
short time would revert to their former
condition-swamp and overflowed-and
the people would become swamped and
overflowed by a system of unjust and
Inequitable taxation.
Why Fret and Werry
when yourchild has a severe cold? You
need not fear pneumonia or other pul-
monary diseases. Keep supplied with
Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup---a positive
cure for coughs, colds, whooping cough
and bronchitis. Mrs. Hall, of Sioux
Falls, S. D. writes: "I have used your
wonderful hallard's Horehound Syrup
on my children for five years. It's re-
sults have been wonderful." Sold by
all druggist.. .
Hon. Charles A. Finlay,.of Lake City,
spent several days among his hosts of
warm personal Tallahassee friends last
week and made the True Democrat a
social and friendly visit Saturday. Mr.
Finlay has been our personal friend for
a number of years, and we doubly ap-
predciated an old-time chat with him.

^ .... Mr. D. R. Cox and family returned
Gile Up to DIe. home Friday after a very pleasant week
B. Spiel, 1204 N. Virtinia St., Ev- at Panacea Springs
ill, Ind., writes: 'or over five cred Hay Fever ad Summer Cold.
ears I was troubled with kidney and A. J. Nushaum, Batesville, Indiana,
ladder affections which caused me much writ:.Nt summer I suffered for,
pin and orry. I ost flesh and wasa three months with a summer cold so
ndown w and e a r agoe had tho aban. distressing that It interfered with my
don work entirely. I had three of the business. I had many of the symptoms
beet physicians, who did me no goad, of hay fever, and a actor'ss prescrip-
and I was practically given up to die,.of hia neterahd ase, u'nd ito
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended tiesdimd not reach my caseend ony took
and the first bottle gave me great re-seveal medicines which eemed only to
lief and after taking the second t- aggravate my case. Fortunately I in-
tl a was entirely cured. "Sold by all ited upon having Foley's Honey and
dealers. Tar and it quickly cured me. My wife
... .... hus since used IFoley's Honey and Tar
That BDalae Aamendmeat. ^th the same success." Sold by all
Thot Dlrallsi An dmenot. (IruggistH *
In a communication to the Ocala Han- dr .
nor, a well informed citizen signing Mr. S. L. Ramsey was visiting among
himself "Wiregrais Voter," writes: his Tallahassee friends the first of the
"Error ceases to be dangerous when week, made us a pleasant call, and had
reason is left free to combat it." To his name added to our subscription list.
enable the State of Florida to construct U rnecessar.y l p ne.
the necessary levees and drains, to re-
claim the swamp and overflowed lands Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
therein-the whole of the swamp and come on without warning and prompt
overflowed lands, made unflt thereby relief must be obtained. There is no
for cultivation and remaining unsold on necessity of incurring the expense of a
or after the 2d day of September, A. D. physician's service in such cases if
1860, were granted and belong to the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and l)iar-
Btate of Florida; and that patents for rhoes Remedy is at hand. A dose of
said land were issued to said Statq con- this remedy will relieve the patient be-
veyingto said State the fee simp% title fore a doctor could arrive. It has never
to said land. The fee simple title is been known to fail, even in the most
voted In the State of Florida, in it severe and dangerous cases, and no far.i-
sovereoln capacity, and to no integral ily should be without it For sale by
rt of this independent sovereignty. all druggists.
The title did not vest In the executive, .^. ^ ^.
In the Legislature nor in the judiciary Be Careftl With xKplosives.
of said State. Who or what Is the A special to the Telegraph from La-
State? Is the Internal Improvement (Grange, (Ga. ays that while young
Board the State? In the Hoard of Willie Stewart,. in the employ of the
Drainage Commissioners the State? King Hardware company was showing
Can the State divide itself into petit a customer a chisel, he dropped it in a
sovereignties and at the same time case of dynamite, causing an explosion.
farm out any part of its taxing power Stewart was killed instantly and several
to these petit sovereigntien under what other men in the store were badly hurt.
ever name they may be called? Would The stock of goods valued at $2,000)
this be republican form of government was badly damaged and the store house
within the meaning of the constitution Masonic hall and the Elm City club
of the United States? The power to room all overhead were badly damaged.



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Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarantee,
and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of



and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest improved
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business. *

Print and Prosper!

See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing!
Everything New and Up-to-date In Machinery and Type, the Best
Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.
All Work promptly done when promised. We mover disappolit you.


The new Laxative
that doe0 .tot gripe
)r naueate.
Pleasant to taKe.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,


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

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.

Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me Before purchasing.
I am (General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to he
the very

BEST and


('Carn e built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William 'Roberts,
40-tf Centreville, - Florida.

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train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.

For full

information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write

Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.

Passenger Agent.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
Mall and Freight Mall and P n
Paa.. | e. and Pan- Pas- nas "-
|.cr. I r -sEeAr. A. xer. gyr.
No, No. 5 No No. ? No. 6 No. 12
Not 'unday Daily ex. Daily x. Sunday Sunday
l) Ily. only. Sunday. Sunday. only. only.
A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P.M. A. M.
Lv 00 Lv 1 80 Lv 2 40 . Live Oak Ar 4 30 Ar 640 Ar 1000
S13. 1 43 2 M 4 16 62 946
.A I0 1 4 a00 .. RockySink 4 12 24 42
922 1 62 3 07 Starr 4 ON 20 938
2 6 I .. .Mec" 406 617 935
S. 34 2 04 3 30 Platt 3 5 08 926
Ar. 39 Ar 2 09 Ar. 3 40 Lancaster Lv 8 48 Lv 1 00 Lv 9 18
Lv. X 4 I.v 4 46'Lv. 4 10 Dowlins Park Ar 3 89 Ar 4 66 Ar 9 10
Ar 4 49 4 1i 33 Lv 4 60 906
A U. Lv 450 4 17 ..... Chancy 80 Ar 448 .
S &2 .. 420 .. I 22 906
X 7 4 67- Ar. 4A ... Mayo Junction 26 4 43 Lv 9 00
a 9 I) a 6 00Lv. 440 Y. 819 i 40 Ar 886
906 60 6 4 46 ;.. 316 434 849
9 10 6 10 45 62 Townsend 800 430 846
92 26 12 Smith 247 4 15
9 1 6 311 5 27 Fenholloway ;Lv 2236 4 02 1
Ar 9 Ar AOAr. r6 4 rr..Pry I . Lv 0 Lv 800
Ar. 0 3 Ar 8 Ar iAr 60A 6 ... Hampton Sprin. .Lv 2 06 Lv 230 Lv 7530


No 4
Daily *x.
A. M.
Ar 9 40
Lv 640
Ar 8 12t
Lv 8 00
Ar 7 41
Lv 640
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Are You Insured ?

If Not? Why Not?

Secretary Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
is writing the prettiest line of polices
ever offered.
The one Company that stood the prob-
ing of the Armstrong Committe and
came out with a clear Record.
Learn to distinguish between Expense
and Investment. You can often afford
one when you can't the other.
Where has your money gone year by
year. What a lot of it you would have
if you had saved the nickels.
Some people, no doubt, have a point of
view but don't seem sharp enough
to penetrate anything. That's the
kind the man who will not insure has.
Take this matter up while health will
permit and come around and lets talk
about it.

CHAS. G. MYERS, Gen. Agt.
Tailhhm~e, ?lor~is.

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1 -rIadlk Nw..
A leeuiiasmDesa.
the Editor of the True Democrat:
y evening, after ren in
paper th comments of th Tabtp
une the removal of Sheriff Car-
etof Citrus county, I dosed. in my
Shair, and dreampt the following
a, which was so vivid and plain
I have wondered if it was an Mdi-
dream or is t a State dream. It
Slain enough to have been dreampt
SveTry man in Florida, so I have con-
d to write and ask If you have
of anysimilar dreams.
=drampt that I was traveling through
rida, and that at every station where
the train I saw tacked up in a
cuo atea large sheet of paper
wlth the coat of arms of the State of
Ilrida at the top, and the words,
"Proemation and Warning," stand-
ing out in large type, which could be
read at a greater distance than the
od of the shooeet. I drew near one and
the following:
"Proclamation and Warning to the
Sheriffs of the Counties of the State
of Florida:
"You are herewith ordered and com-
manded at your official peril to do every-
thing in your power to protect the crim-
inal and the criminal element of your
respective counties, or the same fate
may befall you which has overtaken
Sheriff Carter, of Citrus county. The
murderers and desperadoes of Florida
lead a wild and adventurous life, full of
sp and excitement, and an be truly
AM to be the only people who really
Mee. While I suppose the mobs who
lynched the Citrus county murderers
were composed of common, hum-drum
people, such as work six days in the
wwk and on the seventh go to church
to worship their God, who in their bo-
vime ignorance they no doubt think is
greater than L I say to you that such
people do not live, they simply exist
-V vegetate. If it is necessary for the
ontec ton of the dear criminal shoot
down every such hum-drum man in your
o00ity, take the murderer into court,
and his lawyer can't prove that he
was =onewh le at the time the
crime was committed, or that he had
not yet been born, so could not have
done it, why I will take care of him as
as I sit at the head of the Board of
P o, for there is nothing that I like
better than setting aside the sentences
% and orders of the courts. O! how I
wish that my jurisdiction extended to
the U. S. Court, but as I cannot nullify
that order, it causes me to have a fel-
low feeling for every man under the
restraining orders of the courts, which
makes me wondrous kind."
Just then I heard a mighty roar and,
looking up, saw a crowd in the distance,
whom a bystander remarked were ad-
ministering the law to a murderer.
Just at this point I awoke with a start
and found that what I had taken for
the yells of the mob was a peal of thun-
der, the echoes of which were still rum-
bling in the east. My dream was
broken, but it has caused me to think
more seriously of the conditions which
exist in our State. While I am opposed
to and deplore lynching for everything
except the one crime who can blame
the sovereign people if they take back
into their hands the powers which thty
have delegated to their servants (I
came near saying masters), when they
see the orders and sentences of the
courts so frequently disregarded and
But beyond the dark cloud which
hangs over our fair State, there is a
small, bright spot which shines out like
a rainbow of promise and bids us hope
that the day may come when the sen-
tences of the courts may be carried out
and crime punished by law-and that is
the fact that Florida has in her service
4 such true and tried men as Messrs.
Crawford, Croom and McLin, men
whose only policy is to do what they
consider right and for the best interests
of the State at large-as far as their
limited power will allow them.
Mr. Editor, by publishing this so that
if any one has had a similar dream he
can see that it is a general dream. By
so doing you will greatly oblige
Wanted, District Nasager.
Exclusive territory will be given to
reliable and industrious man to repre-
sent the Washington Life Insurance
Co. of New York. Highest commis-
sions paid. Company issues every plan
of contracts that any other company
has. Address Justin M. Williams, 901
English-American Building. Atlanta,
Ga. 25-65
Mr. Russell Mickler returned Friday
from a few weeks pleasantly spent in
Femrnandina among relatives.
Chdldrem to Pamn
never cry as do children who are suffer-
lag from hunger. Such is the cause of
albabiee who cry and are treated for
leknes, when they really are suffri

worn. A few doses of White's

SVermiHe wi camn them to
ryIauadbegia to thrive at omce.
gLfSra y-1^i-

a lata eh eaftsat

allmees of but think of the numr.r of

pr ustoms
ay bou you ea't o tt in lothd tirt
A ya goe further; on buoes rthler;
yard. gallo nge f one buyid less for
of te. It alwayslooks rIght till well
worn-out. No one customer buys so
S of Itg but think of the number of

and teeps its fresh look nd sheds
ItMay be you meant gt it in cloth: bs in paint
ou vnan in paint: Deyoe. Devoe is as

yo theba less gallo you pay for pit int-
strong le gallon-at, tf one paid los for
aking for a garment of that wide clotearsh-
and it keeps its fresh look and shed
water till you have forgotten how old
ti rs. Albert
tsntof Qtrue in cloth, but It e in paint:
day on yousinpay, the better it is; for
the the thousands of aint reckoned by
gallons; lees gallons, more goodness.
Goodness of dolln paint in strength. The
stronger a paint, the leW gallons it
take for a job and the longer it wears.
Yours trulo reso
F.o e W m. bv Co.
New Yorik.
P. S. Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint.

Messrs. Albert Cony and Bud David-
son, of Quincy, were in the city Tues-

proith the thousands of acres of cheap
ande, bsay the Apalachicola Tunis
there is no reraon fo Florida to Ape
tbouend- of dollars in reclaiming the
Everglades. Instead of spending mon-
ey to reclaim the Ever lades, why
Tiouldn't t be a better poth and to pe0th,
a few thousand dollars in securing an
develop the thobvnd! of acres of land
that go bl ggmitng on the market for the
reason thBy payt there are not people to icketm-
prove them? It eemo Oto ur that this
drainage buinessN.- i "throwing Bgood
money after bad."-9th tVoluia Re12h, inclusieord.
via .ergla,% sr~la and Alabama

ATLANTA, GA-HES ISLAome Coming for
orrinn. Special round trip rateons on.
Tic'icus t) be sold October 9th and 10th,
witn td.aI .mit for return October 20th,
1906. By payment fee 50 cents tickets
can be extended to October 80t0.
trip ti Convention, colored. icets toebe
oling daily till September 9th to 12th, inclusive,
with fnal limit for return September
20th 1906.
Special round trip bay excursions on
tweaen poier Crescent City every Tueday
and Friday, for returf bathing, from Ap-
alaehicola Fla.
trip trip to touric t points in Tennes-
12, North and South, with Carolinamit for returMichi-
g in, Canada and the East and North.
Selling daily till September 30th, with
feenal limit for return until October extendet,
tween points in Florida. Selling daily,
with limit for return five (5) days from
date of sale.
ATLANTA, GA.-National Dental
Asexociation and Auxiliary Societies.ncy
Round trip tickets ons ale September
12th and 13th, with final limit for return
September 25th, 1906. By payment of
fee of 50 cents tickets may be extended
to October 30th, 1906.
Ticket to be saolde, Bdailynbridgctober 9th to
20th, soinclusive, with final limit for re-
turn October 23d 1906 .
CARRABELLK FLA.-Special train
excursion from Bainbridge and Quincy
and intermediate tationsa August 20th.
Tickets limited for return to day of sale.
Speor fuial bay excursion on teamer Cres- and
dolar attachedG, engraved "John d e-

and 16th, with urnal limit for return
-schedules, pleae li upon your nearest

24.2w' E L IiI'TCHINSON.

See the excellent assortment of Fine
Paintings, just come, at Evans'. Bar-
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf

"It's up to you" to write quickly if
nesVs4w atio Bookkaeptg, Sbofth
ogh t able

Iand oft $

dIs t d. Ir. o Mw great Usll

sop tha d o t7 on tr
t ot o -I t out folders.-t.

On account "Ol Hom" sale of refused
and tundelivr teral aht, and no yea0thr in
81t ha passed beha ss than 1 50000
pieces of advertising material were
distributed. I know now that was all a
mistake, that It was almost useless, and
I have absolute gives up that kindof
people in the approved modern
manewspaper-s or with ounewpapeRoun.-St.
Augustine Record.
excursion r als r em Cuthb, Ga.,
On account "Old Ho"" sale of refused
and undelivered freight, Augirt 30th,
september, and September. Ask your n. The
chance of a lifetime to secure bargains
for the commissary, home or store. See
list of article to be so ld in your local
ewritpapera or with your agent. Round
trip excurion rate fromCuthbert, Ga.,
J2.00; Arlington, Ga. $1.20- Tallahas-
ee-4w BoFla. 1.50;8, Edionas, $1.50;
CoAlutt Ga., s0 ents Quincy, FlA.,
d torresponding low rates from
intermediate points. Tickets to be sold
Au few boarderth, with final limit for return
September, nd 190a deble k your nearly to
GMp. F A.Gy.Agan, forpfurtherpin
formation. 44-St
DzAa Doc: If you should asee this
write me at once. Your loving brother,
J. 0 S. OS.O0

T$8.50 delivered in cityON.

4 Tallahassee, Fla.
NoRm-e lbair Yvu Sot I hvel beesive
=r )ofatt& w to rt fter M. A. MA Ls. in
t= % oM f &U la... .lbw late hwiaaad.
Al .ms m shim Hshaat lIt We A. 1.
debte to MM or Mq-e to fileON 1
"rhft oU ma& h nasMe
At*t. with Powr ad Attnmy. for KM. A. .
Talahemee. Vm..AuuAt itst.19K a-*
BeaafM WastedI
A few boarders who wish comforta-
ble and well kept rooms, good table
board, and a desirable location, apply to
Mrs. A. J. Geoghagan, opposite the
capital. 4&-tf


$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot

$8.50 delivered in city

Tallahassee, Fla.

Repair Your Sidewalks



For Sale by

Tully & Yaeger Co.

MEN WANTED All phosphate
miners around Fort White,
Newberry, Dunnellon, Holder
and Floral City, Florida, are
paying laborers every Satur-
day. Good hands are making
big wages." 21-2t

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under a *
Guarantee. havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write

W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.

i interested in a thorough, practical Busi-
ad sad Typewriting. Pen Art, etc., thor-
1 firot DAYS ONLY, buS.

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Reduced Prices.|

We are now offering our figured

lawns and odds and ends of other dry

goods, laces and embroideries at greatly

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now Jlocated next to Levy Bros. Big Store,P
Monroe Street.
Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and ca*
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladil
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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

Cleaning mau

Will carry in stoex for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, piteh,
tar, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 2.,




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,.A Cup of White Hsose or Blue Lab
SNeca and Java Celte
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride In
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the eof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
SWe sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
elves. and o rcan stand by them.
0Co"R F%.J. W. C Grocer.





Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tableq
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables. Shady
Pavillions. Boats, etc
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