The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
August 24, 1906
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7 v. : ;


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

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NO. 26.

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

W. C. T. V. aPARNKuT.
3e NMed a Dy.

pma thetramn as the write was en
the w~y for a visit amonu friends n the
Emak a follows:
"No, I won't drink with you today,
boys!" said a drummer to his compan-
ions a they settled down in a nmokinf
car and pa-sd the bottle. "The .fact

Tuesday was a great day in Fort is, boy. I have quit drinking; I've
Pierce and St.8 L e county, and un- sworn .#
doubtedly Tuesday night was the great- What's the matter with you, old
eat In the history of Fort Pierce. When bo?" sung out one. If youve quit
St. Lcle county was created it glad- drkin, something up What is It?"
doned the hearts of the people and they "Well, boys I will tell you. Yester-
had a great celebration, but it was as day I was in Chicago. Down on Clark
hg eomc to the impromptu street a customer of mine keep spawn
and spontano Jubilee which followed shopin connection with other business.
the announcement that Fort Pierce had I called on him, and while I was there a
gone dry by 111 to 76. young man, not more than twenty-five,
Hardly had the last vote been counted wearing threadbare clothes and looking
when a shout, such as only happy people a hardas if he hadn't seen a sober day
can give, rent the air and it spread for a month, came in with a little pak-
from one end of the town to the other. age in his hand. He unwrapped ft and
Church bells were rung, factory and handed the article to the pawnbroker,
locomotive whistles were blown, and saying 'Give me ten cents. And, boys,
hundreds of voices kept up the roar. what do you suppose it was? A pair of
The first good news to come was the baby shoes-little things, with the bot-
announcement that Jensen had stood toma only a trifle soiled, as if they had
by the right and turned out a handsome been only worn once or twice. 'Where
majority for prohibition. A telephone did you get these?' asked the pawn-
message gave the figures 16 for selling broker. 'Got 'em at home,' replied the
and 52 against. No demonstration was man. who had an intelligent look and
apparent, for everybody was anxiously the manner of a gentleman despite his
waiting the announcement of the result sad condition. 'My wife bought 'em
of the Fort Pierce count. Both sides for our baby. Give me ten cents for
were claiming a victory and the saloon em- I want a drink.' 'You had better
representatives were jubilant. A large e take the shoes back to your wife; the
crowd, nearly half of whom were Ia- baby will need them,' said the pawn-
dies, had gathered in front of the poll- broker. 'No, s-she won't, because she's
ing place to hear the result as soon as, dead She's lyin' at home now-died
possible. last night.' As he said this the poor
A telegram from Sebastian gave the I fellow broke down, bowed his bead on
glad tiding that only 3 were for the sa- the show case, and cried like a child.
loon and 41 against. This was even Boys," continued the drummer, "you
better than was expected, and another may laugh if you please, but I-I have
- pleasant surprise was sprung when it a baby at home, and I swear I'll never
was announced that Quay, where the take another drink. "-National Tern
saloon men confidently expected a ma- perance Advocate.
jority, had gone dry by 3. This gave 77 -.-. ----
majority against selling in the first Don't k Sew
three precincts heard from, and the and lose all interest when help is with-
cheering began in a mild way. Hardly in reach. Herbine will make that liver
had these figures settled in the minds perform its duties properly. J. B.
of the waiting crowd when a Tribune Vaughan, Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a
representative dashed out of the polling constant sufferer from constipation and
lace with figures showing 35 majority a disordered liver, I have found Herb-
Fort Pierce for prohibition. ine to be the best medicine for these
The first announcement set the crowd troubles on the market. I have used it
-,WuivnMwa&h a heer a" went up was constantly. I believe it to be the beet
never heard in Fort Pierce before. For medicine of its kind, and I wish all suf-
the next half hour ndemonium reign- ferers from these troubles to know the
ed-every steam whistle was puled good Herbine has done me." Sold by
wide open, bells were rung and every all druggists. *
available instrument of noise was --
brought into use. As the minutes RamIe in the Very Forefront.
passed reinforcements came from every The Florida Female College at Talla-
section of town and the din increased, hassee is a college that does for the
Calling the streets with men, women and young women of the State what the
children-yelling, laughing and cheer- University does for the young men. It
ing. has enjoyed the advantage of being
The band, which has done such faith- continued at the old stand and with the
ful and efficient work during the cam- old equipment of the Florida State Col-
Sign, was hurriedly called together at lege, and therefore escaped this last
the bandstand, where the throng con- year the troubles that confronted the
gregated. Three rousing cheers were Univetsity. President A. A. Murphree
given for the band, and the music was who for ten years was head of the old
interspersed with cheers that woke the State College, ranks in the very fore.
old town. After the concert on tne front of educators, and he has always
stand a line of march was formed and, shown remarkably good judgment in
headed by the band with torchlights, the selection of assistance. The Trib-
they marched up Palmetto avenue. One une during the discussion of the Buck-
stop was made to play a funeral dirge man bill found in it much to criticize,
for the saloons and their agencies. The and a fair experiment of the law which
Tribune office was next visited and should npt be seriously interfered with
three cheers by two hundred voices and by the new legislature, allowing at least
a serenade by the blnd were given. a four years trial of the scheme will be
The line was formed again and the necessary to say how well founded those
march was resumed to thehome of Rev. criticisms were. After the experiment
T. W. Tompkies, president of the Anti- has been tried well, improvements can
Saloon League, on Pine street, where, be made, or the entire scheme can be
after another serenade, that gentleman abrogated, as shall then seem best.
expressed his gratification over the re- Meanwhile, all predjudice aside, let ev-
suIt and his appreciation of the sere- ery one do their best for the two State
nade. More cheering was indulged in colleges. Tampa Tribune.
-And the ranks broken.
The 'rinune began receiving returns Lchliest Nan In Arkansas.
about 6:30 Tuesday evening. Jensen "I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,"
was the first to resoond with the figures writes H. L. Stanley. of Bruno. "since
above given. Sebastian came second the restoration of my wife's health after
with 41 dry and 3 wet. This proved to five years of continuous coughing and'
be the banner precinct of the county, bleeding from the lungs; and I owe myI
and gave abou. 93 per cent dry Quay, gooil fortune to the world's greatest 1
Wabasso, White City, Ankona, Vikming medicine, 1Dr. King's New D)iscovery
followed, with dry majorities in each for consumption which I know from
instance, while Vero divided even at 1.. experience will cure consumption if
This gave the dry side a majority of taken in time. My wife improved with 1
139, with three precincts to hear from. first bottle and twelve bottles completed
and not a single precinct had given a the cure." Cures the worst coughs and
wet majority. colds or money refunded. At all drug-
The election in Fort Pierce passed off gists; 50c an$d 1 00. Trial bottle free. *
quietly and no trouble occurred at any ) .- ..-- -
time throughout the day. Not a drop i Maj J. W. Bushnell. chief engineer
of whiskey, which has been a factor in I of the Plant City, Arcadia and Gulf
other elections, was seen at any time. railway, is in the city on business The
Both side worked hard to poll all the i road mentioned will eventually become
votes possible, and in front of the polls one of the principal ti transportation arte-
was a busy place all day. rfea running anto Tampa. Tampa
The ladies of Fort Pierce showed their Times
patriotism and interest in the cause by ---..-.
beig early at the club building, ar- ners were served. A good dinner it was,.
ranging for a big free dinner to be and quicker service we never saw. Even
Served to the voters. About thirty la- the wet workers were forced to admit
Sdies were resent, and when prepara- the ladies' presence and dinner had an
tonas were finished in the rear of the influence against them while they dis-
building they took charge of the terrn- approved strongly of their being pree-
tory in front of the building near the ent. *
Sentraace to the pollingha place, and no The saloon men take their defeat
omebt caused many dry votes thatother- philosophaeall and recognize the mu-
wine would have heen wet. It veqired premecy of t ballot tx. They are
an anlimlted amont of nerve for a all me espabis of making a seeess in
voter to pa though the crowd and other lines of I ad we hm
vote a wet theket, tha fae a prnesig em to m thelUi ld s ow aed fer
I. taIme to goto thM dintag emnd slinms trasfetmnd nto baolse
have dimr. Ah.t .. they began hsases of a sharater that bel
t a i was a esa s- rush ved est th m eiy. -U. lads
tihle a I'dssk. Ats em d Ti e.


Seehfag .t laoefl to Tbhee Who
Liue na Weoe nods,South eer.
dgl and Sadsma Cetry.
Ten years from nw every family in
the South, who ear afford it. will have
a unmmer home ea the coast some-
where. T selection of that home will
be a o, the healthfulness of
the a that will depend lare-
Son ing water and the atire
abMnc of malaiial conditions. After
the subject of the healthfulness of the
location has been satisfactorily settled,
the second point on the list is as to the
advantages for sport and recreation.
When a place is found containing all
these imperative requirements it is
usually beyond the reach of people with
modest incomes, but by getting in with
the first and taking advantage of pio-
neer prices a home within the reach
of the wise ones.
Does such a place exist?
There are many on the coast, some
excelling in one feature and some in,
another, but the place combining them I
all in a superlative degree is the rock
on which to build.

senTr sAYINGS.
(aT asM. UrsINm a McaNs.l
Many a previous life has been dam-
aged by a cyclone of gossip.
If a $100 bank note was promised to
each and every person who would be
present at church on a certain night, no
doubt the congregation would be very
large. How about getting a large a
congregation to bear the gospel where
temralife is promised, without money
and without price? What would cause
the difference?
Untruth cast against a true character
will have no more effect upon it than a
thistledown blown against Gibraltar.
Heaven, sweet heaven, why miss it
when the way is so clear?
If a man truly has religion in his
heart it will positively be seen in acts
of charity and benevolence. One with
the Christ-like Spirit cannot refrain
from assisting his fellow man in the
struggles and battles of life.
What is that endearing something
that fastens you so firmly in the affec-
tions of your parents? 'Tis love. A
shame, a burning shame if you do not
allow that same endearing something
to fasten you firmly into the sympathy
and mercy and affections of God your
heavenly Father.

WHAT PANACU CAN OFFER.. Argument in favor of the saloon re-
WHAT PANACA CAN OF. minds one somewhat of the foolish man
Located on the salt water, yet guard- who gave his prattling babe a razor to
ed from storm by outlying islands and play with and then endeavored to keep
peninsulars; sandy l, absolutely free the child from injuring itself by teach-
from malaria; good sahingat the wharf, ing it the razor was intended forgrown
and within five mile$ of the finest fish- people to shave with. Give your boys
ing on the coast, which is easily accessi-, a saloon and nothing but destruction
ble by sailboat or launch. Innumerable; will follow Had as well give your
lakes of fresh water in close proximity child a razor as a saloon. Is you vote
furnish the finest of fresh water fish- for a saloon the responsibility rests
ing. The bay is land-locked and only upon you. Refrain from supporting it
deep in the channel, thus eliminating and you throw the responsibility upon
the danger from drowning or being those who shall violate the laws to in-
blown out to sea-the terrors of all dulge in the use of strong drink. Be-
gulf and ocean resorts. fore voting, kind Christians and sensible
The springs t P cea are sufficient i people, ak yourself what would Jesus
in themselves to man e this the popular do? God of heaven cleanse our entire
summer home for people, besides country from this evil as it now lies,
having every otha inducement that like a sleeping lion, in the very midst
any other place canm fer. The efficacy of our social circles.
of this water for e many ills which .--c-.- -r-..
people are subject to in this climate is A eBloig Gospel.
too well known to xpatiate on. The The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
bathing in the m in s ping is con- hsars
ceded by all t whoI b i Sharon Baptist church Belair Ga. says
nieure to be th at invioratingof Electric Bitters: "It's a dodsend to
esure tobe thave t nviorating mankind. It cured me of lame back,
whole system. d; any other resort stiff joints, and complete physical col-
offer these attractions and indu.e lapse. I was so weak it took me half
mentsa attrcton and n an hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of
Imensu n t f ... Electric Bitters have made me so strong
In summing it up, we dind we al I have just walked three miles in 1
mineral spring, sall different; mineral minutes and feel like walking three
water, sailing and boater bathing, fish- more. It's made a new man of me.
lak d shig and boating; fresh waterno Greatest remedy for weakness and all
malaria; from storms le -than stomach, liver and kidney complaints.
mat an otheaer 'a r er sormslM han's Sold under guarantee at all drug stores.
paradise, combining duck and goo"e Prce ___
shooting on the salt water and lakes, Living Ia the FaR h.
and quail turkey, etc., on the land. Our reputation as a newspa man
The onfy thing lacking is transport. and citirepu of Tallahassee wa e mState
tion only six ml es, andtwill be easily of Florida for thirty oddmeers is as an
een with these attractions and the cry book and we s rea to be
of the publft that instead of the place open book, and we ssao reedy to be
seeking the railroad, before long the judged by it. As for the dirty slings
railroad will be seeking the place. we occasionally receive from an enemy,
There ma only a limited number of made so by our taking stand for what
choice lots at Panacea about 75 of we conceive to be right, we do not care
which have been purchased. The ques- a Trip. "-John G. Co llins editor Tall
tion of transportation, which will be hassee True Democrat. r. Collins is
undoubtedly settled in the near future. in" t .erf o pa mission is
will certainly tribble the present for the we re of the le his coun-
prices of these. If you are satisfied twe Srend ofu t a Itheis soun-
that Panacea is destined to be THE re- ty Statdoes these and countryings feared f he nd
sort, don't fail to take advantage of and does thee things fearlessly and
the times. conscientiously he proves himself a
t-.e t- .. -----.. man. Florida has many such editors
A Vane Cmsade. and we hope and believe we are living
Sr ..a t l in the faith and followingg the doctrine
There is in progress a studied effort, preached by Collins Miami Metropolis
a crusade to rehabilitate the character -----. --.-.- .
uf Stanford White, the dirty libertine Can Love Do 1T
killed by Harry Thaw. the fool Fore- Tr. i .
most in this movement for the applica- There is no ,madder right than a wo-
tion of moral and intellectual whitewash iman who, mharryinga man to ev w him,.
are Richard Harding Davis, the author, finds that she has failed in what sh-
P F. Collier, the journalist, St. Gau- has sought and lost her own lie in the
dens, the sculptor, andi others of that struiglee Have we not all see.,n the,
elevated ilk. White is being painted gradual degred .tion of the woman who
by them as a man of tender heart, of K l ound to a dissip.ted man? She' l'ses.
benevolent impulses. of generous char- hol.* andi faith. .Shamem, anl dlisl ir .'v-
acter. of hel ing hand, oa broad scope, e r her a with a garnent If she s
of cultivate taste.. ,f keen instincts, with him her conscience is wruni, with
of immense power, and much more the horror of blringing tort h chlaere'n
These men loved him, they say, "in who shall be like him However tender
ite f his weaknesses All that and refined her nature, daily c"nti't
tey ay may iw true-. nd yet it does with what is course and brutal will de-
th ay maydbase it. If love for a maid will not
not alter one whit of the miserable other make a man see thlve folishr a mane.. will not
truth about White mand abandon it altogether, love for a
Nearly two thousand years a o there anf abwadon hiet lp him inthes, i h r s
lived and taught a Man from w hoe lips wife will not help him in the slightest
fellthe first ving and recorded gospel degree. Love i a powerful stimulant.
of humanities. He raised childhood and It appeals to the body, mind and soul of
other helpless forms of humanity to the a man and bids him strive for the best
pe.detalof sacredness. Heshowed that It rouses his ambition, it waken, in him
there was no crime so cruwl as the n- passion for the noble and beautiful in
jur of a child, no deed so dastardly i e. If under the press and with the
S daImning as the betrayal of inno- help of such emotion he does not turn
cnce. No man -an be great, no man at once with disgust from whatever evil
cence..... No ...c. n be orr"tno .,nhas been in his past life, there is no
can be good, who does not cherish child- forn him Crruption hais akeno
hood and reverence womanhood. The boe of him.'in rruption haseren thatken
man who plays with virtue, who rob t eI o of him sin is so inherent that
ad mocks it and casts it aside, is a tral- the inspiration of love cannot save him,.
r to all the humanitieas, a sed s r anything else save the chastisement
unutterable that languagai"la to of d Go -Palm Beaeh News.

bhionw.-Tamp e -l
or.w hi. A" ,o ga -bel --, -e
B. i ask an-h

ft. Led*e COs~Gem %tale PuSM
ftrn Cftm hi Large*llseutt.
Von rHarm joumletove

Fletcher Strain.
last Saturday Mr llaroll Fletcher.of
Weeslville, was united in the holy bonds
4f inatrainony with Miss Hattie Strain,
of Mount Pleaisant. Fla The bride was
.,ne of county hells and the groom is
popular principle ,of the school at Wood-
villh tin s 1ounlt.y
Given Up to Die.
B Spie"el, 1}0 N. Virginia St., Ev-
ain sville, nd.. writes: "For over five
years I w.ts troubled with kidney and
'ladder affect ions which caused me much
pamn and worry. I lost flesh and wasall
run down, and a year ago had to aban-
don work entirely. I had three of the
best physicians, who did me no good,
and I was practically given up to die.
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended
and the first bottle gave me great re-
lief. and after taking the second bot-
tle I was entirely cured." Sold by all
dealers. *
Hon E. C. Smith was in the city
again Wednesday and made us a pleaa-
ant visit.
Judge M. H. Mabry returned Time-T
day from a trip of two weeks to Ala-
bama, Tennessee and MilesippL
the lase Asy
arrived in the ei1
mahed until


A Nebule aDgleter diftel W" Mr
Teis of uDane WhlW h tM e 2M g
Ower VI-e.
It is a good thing to know when a
has the rabies, or wbohen he is 8md"
the popular eharacterisatiom of them rb-
ies. A writer in the Mobile R tr
hands out a lot of good advise *bsh
the average man, woman and lMld
would do well to read and head. An
excerpt is as follows:
Rabies in dogs, being more than oau-
ally prevalent In this part of the ouen-
try this year, it is woth the people's
while to gt acquainted with the out-
ward manifestations of the disease, in
order that they may avoid becoming
victim of it.
The general idea is that rabies ia a
dog is shown by a terrible madness on
the part of the animal, and by the 1ai-
mal s rushing through the streets, froth-
ing at the mouth and snapping at ev-
erything in reach. It is true 'that ,n
.extreme eases of madness dogs are
known to act in this manner, but they
do not froth at the mouth. Their
mouths are dry and dusty.
There are many phase of madness,
from dumb rabies iofurious rabies. In
extreme.cases of dumb rabiea the animal
appears sick, paralysed and daspairlmg.
The ignorant would not suppose t
disease to be rabies, but the salava in
such an animal is quite as deadly as
that of a dog sick of furious rabies.
A dog that has been bitten by a mad
dog developed the disease in from ten
to thirty days. Infrequently arler
than ten days, or later than thirty day.
The disease has been known to take a
year to develop.
Restlessness, inability to find ay
comfortable position, the dr ofthe
lower jaw and protrusion of toe
with heavy panting, b ee tI
is parated, are sypntomP ot {
also barking when there I is
and snapping at the air, ast if
red by n-visable insects. The s.U
jaw gives the impression that the
mal has something in the throat.
owner tries to remove the
not knowing the animal has the
The dog is often very p
so, and more than u dal
tcklg Its owners hand. M.i
comes moorse and someti-es
snappish. The next developm- i
paralysis of the hind legs. Themd-th
An affected dog will run away ft
home, returning weary, dirt and
wretched. Sympathising friend pet it
and wash it. They are lin great danger.
It is said that mad dogs are reeo-
nized by their repugnance to water.
This is a mistake. Dogs suffering from
rabies have no repugnance to water,
but simply are unable to drink, their
throats being paralysd. Neither ean
they eat meat or other food. If a og
exhibits the symptoms of restfulaee-
excessive playfulness, along with Ina-
bility to eatkor drink, prudence demand
that It be shut up where It ean
do no harm to any one. If tbe .di
agnosis i ronn. the dog can be ree
later. Ift i right and the dog Io
found to be mad, the animal ea be
killed. It must be borne in mind that
the dogdoes not have to bite in alleamse
to transmit the rabies. If there is an
abrasion of the skin of a person's hand
and a mad dog licks the hand, the pois-
on is sure to be transmitted.
It is advised that if one is in the pres-
ence of a mad dog and no easy avenue
of escape presents itself, it is best for
one so situated to stand perfectly still,
no as not attract the notice of the dog.
The dog moves in a half blind, unintel-
ligent, way, and does not chase people.
It attacks objects it finds in its path,
lwli,-ving them enemies.





Tr TitU DEOCLAT Mam Na*1S ATPm evn8 smeu = mmas A
m-as e. su1n.MU reus, a. the nog.proulssd jolt debate be. ThI lma of last week ea ed by
twees Gvumor Broward @ad Hon. Jno. the iwspa of Sheriff Carter, hei
mFUMXa VaT rarDAY MORNING. S. Beard on the drainage issue took aomowhat lbided in this part of theI
&mem a sinadi ci Matter Mn i. sa, s&t place Monday evening according to county. The prevalent opilnon is the
he Prst m*w t Fhorws. under schedule. A large crowd, composed al- Mr. Carter will be re-instated. If he is
Ass f Omerm Of Marh s. i. most exclusIvely of Pensacollans and not, then why not suspend the governor
00m. i, .es.. ei, u ne C4 A including many ladies, assembled at for his failure in getting the state
Chat" Str"stk Tpbie No. 100. Seville Square, where perfect arrange- troops there in time to save these no-
ments and ample nesting had been pro- groes from the mob? It was just as
Shisnrtptm, 1.A Per Year, in Advance. vided by the committee. It was said possible for him to get them there in
AdvrtWi. teseAppNeation. that the audience numbered between times it was for the sheriff to get
1,500 and 2,000. sufficient help there in time. Each
The True De a Is the o a Newp As the visiting speaker, at the sug- were impossible propositions, of course,
f S- G.wntr. gestion of his opponent, Governor Brow- and it is very probable that Mr. Carter
Taaha Friday, Aeast 24, 1 ard was accorded the privilege of open- will be reinstated. Crystal River News.
ing and closing, each address in chief From a financial point of view Wil-
In answering advertisements, please to occupy one hour, and the third, half liam Sherman Jennings has proven the
mention the True Democrat. an hour Under such an arrangement, most successful politician Florida has
,i -- I--k-d i t- among lawyers at the bar, it is an un- yet produced. Through a mistake he
Smith seem to have Hoke-d in the written law that the leading speaker was made governor which office pays
whole an d elected a will bext Governo- shall open the entire case, but not being $3,500 a year. He retired from this
nated and elected a the next Governora lawyer, Mr. Broward probably did office a rich man, owning brick blocks
of that Bt.f not realize the injustice he was doing in Brooksville and Jacksonville, direc-
For several weeks we have been send- to his opponent by reserving much new tor and owning stock in several big
ing out a number of sample copies of matter for his final address, to which, corporations and on a big salary.
the True Democrat If you like it, send or course, Mr. Beard had no opportunity These are master strokes in finance by
us $1.00 and have it visit you regularly. to reply. The Governor's first speech an unknown country lawyer from a
You need the paper from Tallahassee. occupied something more than an hour, little town in Hernando county. Won't
Sam Russ, bright Short Talks Sam and his closing nearly two hours, while you please tell, Sherman, the thous-
Russ, one day they say you are at Mr. Beard spoke a little less than an ands less fortunate how it was done.
Tampa, the next at Pensacola. Dear hour. Has the goddest of fortunes showered
old Sam, where art thou? You are Governor Broward spoke earnestly her richest blessings upon you unsought
bad needed n editorial harness again and forcefully. He is, so to speak,sat- and unasked?. In filling vacancies in
ed again rated with drainage lore, and senti- county offices over the state the gov-
f ou *Tallaaw..l- l mental admiration for a high official ernor is particularly unfortunate in mak-
It our Tallahassee merchants will made his audience unusually responsive ing appointments that are exceedingly
adopt the tactics of the big mail order and attentive, while their familiarity distasteful to the people of such coun-
hou they will head off a large part with Mr. Beard's well known senti- ties. He takes pleasure in slapping
of the trade that is being sent away. ments on all public questions (including the people in the face when they wish
They use and depend upon printers ink drainage)made them equally responsive to say who shall be their public servants.
to secure their customers, and by so and demonstrative in recognizing his Some of his appointees could not be
doing build up an enormous trade acknowledged ability and skill as a elected to the office of constable in
There have been many named as pos- forensic debater. their respective counties, and could'nt
sible candidates for our next Governor. The Governor's opening address, get credit for a cigar in the town afflic-
Would It not also be well to be looking while it was, as we have said, lacking ted with their residence. What a con-
around for new blood to fill several of in some of the elements of detail with trast had Bob Davis been elected to
the positions in the cabinet? Surely which he treated his subject in closing, honor and serve the people of Florida
the people of Florida are determined to was chiefly a repetition of what he has as their Chief Executive!-Volusia
make some changes in that cabinet's so often said, in speech or in print, and Record.
make-upl ... .. he did not fail to pay his respects with The people of Florida will be grati-
There are three Florida cities we his usual emphasis to the wicked cor- fled to learn that the governor has in-
know of who have elected the editor of portions and the still more wicked spected the state insane asylum and
their newspapers for Mayor: Monti- newspapers. He recited the course of pronounced everything all right there.--
cello, with Mayor Carroll; Madison, land grant legislation with bitterdenun- Jacksonville Metropols, 3d. As long as
with Mayor Smith, and Apalachicola, citation and claimed that the granting this institution remains under the su-
Mayor Johnson; and we observe they of public land to the railroads was con- pervision and management of of Capt.
make good officers, too, all upholding trary to the spirit, if not the letter of B. F. Whitner, Orange county people,
the good morals of their homes the acts of Congress granting lands to and in fact those o: the state at large,
- .. the State, and to the subsequent State will have no fear for the unfortunate
It is a singular fact that many who legislation creating the Board of Trus- inmates being treated in any but the
supported Broward in the primary that teen of the I I. Fund. And he vigor- wisest and best way possible. Capt.
made him Governor are now bitterly ously defended the attitude of the Whitner is the right man in the right
Aghting him. They can't stand for the Board in refusing, since the beginning place -Sanford Chronicle. So say we
Governor's ridiculous and wild drainage of the Jennings administration, to com- all.-Winter Garden Richochet. Yet
scheme that means millions of taxes to ply with such grants by issuing deeds there are many who believe the im-
be paid by the people, and the gang of to the grantees, claiming that its pur- mense amount of rascality and candle
rafters he has about him. Volusia lame was to "save the lands to the peo- that was reported before Mr. Whitner
Seord. pie," but failing to explain that the was placed in charge, but which was
Referring to the governor'ss call for Hoard, in so acting, was attempting to lobbied to be hushed up and whitewash-
contributions of postage stamps to send place itself in a position superior to the ed should yet be looked into and some
out his literature on the drainage of the boly which created it- the Legislature people who were mixed up in it made
Everglades, the Dunn.llo.n Advocate and in effect, endeavoring to reverse to settle accounts. Many people in
pertinently says: "As it costs a stamp the Supreme Court. Gads en county who are very near to
to send a stamp, wouldn't it le a good Mr. Beard's speech was a clear, log. that institution, say the dirtiest feature
idea to hold mass meetings and let each eial and eloquent presentation of the of the whole asylum scandle has not
man hand in his stamp and send it to objections to the drainage plan and to been yet made generally public and
the Governor?" the proposed amendment to the ('onsti- that it was simply horrible to contem-
ion. W. B. l.amar will lbe an easy tuition, showing clearly that the Amend- plate.
winner in this district against his ,o- ment was itself a gross violation of Did you serid the Governor a stamp?
cialist opponent, and if a IRepublica, settled constitutional principles pre- If you did not he is under the "old
comes in the race, he will easily defeat vailing throughout the fundamental law apple tree." Tis said the Czar of
them both, for he is the regular nomi- of every State in the Union, in that it all the Russians has heard of the Flor-
nee of the Democratic party. Hut did attempted to confer ulm an irre.sonsi-! ida l drainage Commission and is filled
you notice how he' lhMked through the i)e .ard, already overwhelmed with with envy of their power. Some peo-
Metropolis cartoon with i 'ongressmin publlic duties, the strictly legislative' pIe up in Tallahassee are trying to dig
Ilamar examining hi, with a magnify- j iwer of levying taxes. Hlie dismantled a ditch down in the Everglades and
ing glasn? the position of the Governor concerning they are having a lot of trouble and
There is no doubt aHlut (;,yvernor h he effect and interpretation of the quarreling with their neighbors besides.
Broward being pmsted on the drainage laws of Congress and of the State re'- Why in the name of common sense
question from his own standl.,int Hut specting the public lands, fortifying his don't they put the Orlando city council
upoit is feasible to drin th.e Ever- Isation by copious extracts from the on the job? They would sink a well
5uppome id ieciih t> srai the Fear- (hs.ions of the courts
glades, what is tle nc'issrity of it? ('omplte verbatim stenographic re- and be done with it. Orlando Star.
Especially when the larl in in litigation I)rts of all of the speeches were se- The (Governor's private secretary,
and the railrroad may get it after we cured and will probably appear in print and secretary to the State Board of
drain it Belder, thel prossedt countti- for the further information of the pow- Pardons is said to have delivered a
tutional amendment will give the (;Gov. -. speech Ibfore the board on the commu-
ernor and his cabinet the right to de- To a nan up a tree, it now looks as station of a life sentence in which he
clare any se district and tax land owners ten cents and those very influential outside ad- ment is a failure and that it is not a
an acre to do tih work (;ainesville visers, may have had something to do mark of the progress of civilization to
Sun, 23d. with (;Governor lroward's vetoing those continue the practice.
tsIn making thI only kn.wn ttm twomr it seems to us the Board of Pardons
In making the. unly knwn attempt the last legislature has nothing whatever to do with senti-
to Justify the Jeiniings sale of State passed protecting the I. I funds. (One meant for or against capital punishment
lands at 411 crts peir acre. which required the moneys to Is' placed min the in the consideration of commutation of

lands were immeldiitely resold by Jen. hands of the State Treasurer, to bej a death sentence.
nings at a clear profit to him oLalbout paid out as are other public funds, and If it has, then the entire principle of
$86,000, Commissioner, in an in. the other provided the State auditor of penalty of violated law s danger
because according to the same line of
terview, declares that it wae "not cu.- should be furnished all books, papers, reatmning it maybe influenced by no-
tomary for the State to grint options." etc that he might examine and give tons concerning the sort of penalty in-
As this is the only portion of the inter- publicity to affairs, as he does when he flicted for any other breach of law and
view which appears important enough goes out after county officers, If we thus there will be even more of a farce
to command public attention, it may be mistake not. Yet, strange to beholdracticed than thre is now of the
betooour Governor vetoed them both. 6 heavy machidery of the courts trying
disposed of n a very few words by re. oth and sentencing a ease at one end of the
c--!- !-- is or l w r. y" ous,,*el & .inwi to law & M a ..

ferring to aM opmW grointed by the
Twss in April, 1i01, to Arthur T.
WWlams upon all the lands belonging
to the State to Lafayette and Taylor
suMate at th rate of 75 centa per
aer, tbh optia to rn for 90 day

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the Tampa Tribune has commenced
a crusade on vagrants and unsets
their arrest and punishmet. If the
wppw in Stahte p Join in
the ht fgat deal eoi b oeom
plh to_ forcing the autrites to re-
spect and nfore this mush abused and
Meghoted law. Te 7U Team "ba da-
Adade nL-Miami Mew

don board exeresing superior rights in
turning the aetd person loo at
th other end othe lie., strictly ac-
cordin to amntlmeit. or its coustrum-
tionoftheWi6na of time.s-Orlanwd

the Legislature. In the humble opinion
of this paper, that board is now clothed
with all the powers and duties with
which it should be entrusted, and if the
Everglades must be drained, some plan
other than that outlined in the proposed
amendment should be discovered and
adopted. -Punts Gorda Herald.
J. Emmett Wolfe, Gov. Broward's
private secretary, makes the ridiculous
statement that "the number of mur-
ders committed almost daily in Florida
proves that the infliction of the death
penalty does not deer the commission
of 6 rime." When we reSet that only
e murder In a hundred is hua ho
Flrb a, theater heardiy of-f.

Th1 mm di Mal SA fwmAl hM hod
rg r-M t*esy 1 A0' 40
problem of the dof the ve.
glades is, simply md candidly, tht the
Herald knows nothing about it. Itmay
be diseredtable under the ircumtances
to confess such woeful ignorance, but
why die about it or make any false pre-
The Herald is utterly obfuscated.
On one side is arrayed the Governor
of the State, a number of respectable
and honest newspapers and many repu-
table, upright and intelligent citizens.
These present arguments, which, if
founded on a solid basis of facts and
togic, should convince anyone that the
Governor is right in undertaking to
drain the Everglades.
On the other side, however, there are
a number of capable and honorable
newspapers and a good many patriotic,
able and conscientious citizens who con-
tend that the drainage of the Ever-
glades is impracticable; but, if practi-
cable, is wholly unnecessary and not
worth the cost.
A diligent study of the tomes of ar-
gument adduced by both parties to the
controversy is enough to obfuscate an
abler paper than the Herald. The con-
clusion, therefore, is similar to the one
announced by the old judge, of trite
story, who, after the lawyers on both
sides had finished their elaborate ad-
dresses, proceeded to charge the jury
after this manner:
"Gentlemen, if you believe the at-
torney for the plaintiff, you will find
for the plaintiff. If, however, you be-
lieve the attorney for the defendant,
you will find for him; but, if you are
like me and don't believe either one of
them, the Lord only knows what you
will do."
Those who believe Governor Broward
will vote for the drainage amendment;
those who believe the opposition will
vote against it; but those who are with
the Herald will vote for Sparkman and
Billie Hooker and then take to the
That's the best advice we can give
the voters and we trust that no one will
charge that we have been bought and
paid for it.
Seriously, the only satisfactory way
to reach a just conclusion is to take a
civil engineer and make a thorough per-
sonal inspection of the Everglades.
This will require several kinds of trans-
portation-by boat, by balloon, on horse-
back and 'gator-back, and will take
six months time.
After making such an inspection, the
next thing to do is to sit down and
"figure out" what the drainage will
cost and who will be benefited by it.
And this suggests that, at this point,
the Herald actually has one view,
which, however, is based on the allega-
tions of others.
It is asserted that big corporations,
land companies and rich individuals own
most of the lands in the Everglades,
and that those lands which are supposed
to belong to the State are claimed and
are being sued for by the railroads. It
is stated, too, that these very people
are opposed to having the lands drained.
Now, if these statements are correct,
as it seems that they are, it is a mys-
tery why we should be making such a
great fuss about something which should
not concern us. If the railroads and
land companies prefer mud and water,
saw-grass and solitude, to dry land, let
them have it.
Why should the people of this State
be taxed to improve other people's
lands, especially as the other people are
opposed to it? If this question is with-
out bearing on the problem, then the
concussion reverts to the confession
made in the beginning, that the Herald
knows nothing about the matter. But
it does know that the proposed amend-
ment contemplates the levying of a tax
to drain the Everglades and the placing
of the power tolevy, collect and expend
the tax in the hands of the Internal
Improvement Board, without any lim-
itation as to years or accountability to

orally branded the other as thieves,
cowards,. traitors, etc., and may o
pie were in hopes that both Clark Ho4-
ell and Hoke Smith would be fo
snowed under mad better mao
either nominated; on, te who had
not entered into that md.eMglg amnd
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and thf. she meame emeg iud,
men the advtaa of
ing picture machine, a o
trmr with two sm
business at the navy at W -
ton before a crowded oue.
The party has just left Wai
for a tour of the great lakes o the
Wolverine. This vesse will stop at all
the lake ports and the movinr p*etars
will be exhibited. Then a trip wil be
made through Wisconsin and Mineo
for the purpose of inducing some of the
Swedes of those States to enter the
navy.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
A suggestion from the above. Let
the Drainage Board secure some phono-
graphs, with made-to-order records, get
a few "caged up" Florida editors and
take the field in advocacy of the pass-
age of that infamous drainage resolu-
tion. Theie would be about as much
dignity in such an undertaking as there
is in a Chief Executive traveling around
making abusive stump speeches, slan-
dering newspaper men who differ with
the drainage officials, being as reckless
as was Governor Broward in his talk
about defying courts (as in his Leon
county Munson Pond speech); issuing
official begging proclamations for con-
tributions to circulate campaign litera-
ture, etc. That proclamation would
have been better as coming from N. B.
Broward, the man, rather than from
Napoleon B. Broward, Governor of
Solicitor Bryan has done nothing
toward breaking up the Broward ferry
trust at Jacksonville.-Volusia Record.
And we predict he will not attempt
it, as it is not along in line with his and
the Governor and their friends wishes
that a ferry trust or a drainage scheme
either, should be broken up. But watch
and see what the voters of Florida wJm -
do for that proposed joint resolution
along in November, when it comes up
for proper attention. We feel like it
will look as if a Texas tornado had hit
it and then the query of "Who Hit
Billy Patterson?" will be revived and
that gang will of course feel sad.
Hon. T. A. Jennings of Pensacola may
be a man of spotless personal character ,
and in other espects an ideal man fpr-
Governor, but none can deny thatie
would enter the race with an awfu-. ,
handicap-his name. Id would take a
bunch of money to induce the people to
speak that above a whisper for fear of
being misunderstood. Palatka News.
Don't get them mixed up, brother,
for, as we understand it, Hon. T. A.
Jennings is to the manor born a genu-
ine Southern cracker gentleman, self-
made, and of the flower of the flock in
genuine old-time principles. If Florid-
ians should decide to make a Governor
of him, we feel sure he would uphold
the DIGNITY of that position in all re-
spects, as did those Governors from
Drew to Bloxham, with his first and
last term in office.
The Tallahassee True Democrat pre-
sents its readers every week, lately,
with twelve of its handsome pages, full
of bright original matter and interesting
advertisements. Its criticism of the
administration is kept up with increas-
ing vigor and the people of Florida are
to be congratulated that so strong and
intelligent a writer and sturdy fighter
as John G. Collins is watching their in-
terests at the state capital.-Time
Union Short Talks.
In removing Sheriff Carter, of Citrus,
from office for not preventing lynching
which it is claimed he could not help,
Governor Broward knew how it felt
himself, for once upon a time a good
Governor of Florida removed him from
the sheriff's office of Duval county for .
some cause. It is still remembered,
too, and is claimed the removal of an
officer in Volusia was on flimsy charges,
which were afterwards repudiated by
the courts of that county, but James
Alexander worked it O. K. Both re-
moved officials will come before the
Legislature with their cases, it is pre-
The "cruel political war" in Georgia
is over, and all the people of Florida
will rejoice with honest Georgians that
it is so. Nothing like it ever before in
the South, and let's all hope there never
will be again. Each faction have U'-

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1k mei sth. ;

It l~a v tet t u. beet
4 611 s1 phms to wdet:
39; wt eowni sd walk, and you'll chamg yur
A yr feel the mlln tour boot.
ItJ sa tw tall theM toler
w bat he am carry his pack;
2B *am esan rate a burden's weight
Uitil Ithas beea o his back.
Tim upeurled mouth of pleasure
mn preach of sorrow's worth:
Bua fgve It a sip. and a wryer lip
Waes nvr made on earth.
-MeCale's Magazin*.
A Florida paper puts the matter in
the proper form when it says that mat-
ter turned out by the "Jacksonville Lit-
erary Bureau,I relating to antidrain-
age, should not appear in the editorial
columns of a paper if paid for without
the advertising marks upon it.'
"There is no objection to printing paid
staff by any agency, provided it will
bear the test for morality, if it is prin-
ted in such a way that it will not have
the appearance of matter which the pa-
r itself got up." The editor of the
Rieporter-Star goes a little farther than
the Sun's proposition. No ready made
matter, whether paid for or not ever
gains admittance to the editorial col-
umns of thl Reporter-Star. While the
matter appearing therein may not meas-
ure up in quality with the product of a
literary or other bureau, it has at least
the merit of originality and the follow-
ing out of a definite plan.
This is not written however in oppo-
sition to the theories of this particular
bureau. On merits of the drainage
question itself and the proposed consti-
tutional amendment, to be voted on in
November, the Reporter-Star has from
the first placed itself on record as not
being favorably impressed with either
The Reporter-Star believes that the
Governor thinks he was elected on the
drainage proposition and that he is hon-
est in his effort to consistently follow
"-0-out the line of his pledge. But we do
not think he was elected specially on
that proposition and doubt the wisdom
of the scheme as outlined.
The proposed constitutional amend-
ment is wider in scope than the Ever-
glades drainage scheme, though it
provides for the inclusion of that pro-
ject, and we doubt also the wisdom of
this measure-for several reasons, am-
ong them that it is arbitrary in the pro-
vision of the drainage commission and
its operation and in effect transfers all
,-the rights of the people, nolens volens,
over the executive department of the
State. Other reasons grow out of these
of greater or less importance sufficient
to set the tax payer to thinking.-Or-
lando Reporter-Star.
Another Goof Nan Gone Wrong.
He neglected o take Foley's Kidny
Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble,
hoping it would wear away, and he was
soon avictimof Bright'sdisease. There
is danger in delay, but if Foley's Kid-
ney Cure is taken at once the symptoms
will disappear, the kidneys are strength-
ened and you are soon sound and well.
A. R. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had
to get up ten or twelve times in the
night, and had a severe backache and
pains in the kidneys, and was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold byall drug-
gists. *
No Proof of It n Florida.
In discussing the matter of the com-
mutation of a death sentence before the
Board of Pardons recently in Tallahas-
see, Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, secretary'
of the board, is quoted as saying: "As
civilization advances a sentiment in
favor of abolishing the death sentence
is growing. In the State of Kansas
there are fifty men under sentence of
death, and no Governor can be found
who will issue warrants for their execu-
Ation. The number of murders commit-
almost daily in Florida proves that!
the infliction of the death penalty does
not deter the commission of crime.'' j
We do not read the signs of the times
as Mr. Wolfe does, but waiving that
question at present, we emphatically
take issue with him on his proposition
that "thenumber of murders committed
almost daily in Florida proves that the
infliction of the death penalty does not
deter the commission of crime." Thpt
way of reasoning won't do, Mr. Wolfe.
Give the gallows in Florida a chance
before you condemn it. How can you
assume that legal executions in this*
State do not deter the commission of
crime, when there are so few such exe-
cutions that they do not constitute a
dose of sufficient size to test the quality
of the medicine? There have been
many murders in the first degree corn-
mitted in Florida during the past year.
and if each of the murderers had b,-en
legally executed, would there Is'
any doubt of the deterrent effect
of such enforcement of the law
upon the criminal classes? The two

or three legal hangings in the State for
(inany months past bear such preposter-
ous proportion to the scores of hanging
crimes committed that they really ad-
$ertise immunity to the murderer, bar-
LAring exceptional cases. Surely Mr.
"'Wolfe cannot seriouslyy claim that hang-
ing one murderer out of a hundred or
thereabout is a fair test of the efficacy
of capital punishment in deterring men
from committing murder. And that's
the only tet wenav had in Florida.-
Live OAk DoaraL

"NOmW Rw ..t do a. t .- UMaUI i awieii .nAnRauI
Sa"*" mm W "" 1 Y. 6 the stablishment
thty fanner. He know that the
s mhlkmi may lat a. astd of J. D. Cay, opposite Masonic Temple,
e t So it 0 e whes la want of Horaes, Buggies, or
evey hoveho d.Dysetery, diarrhoea Harness.
Sea mrbu i attack He carries the best assortment of
member of the home wit t warning. H bortment o
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- Buggies in Middle Florida, which he
rhoea Remedy, which 1. the best known
rhm e for these diseases, should al- sells at reasonable prices, and on favor-
ways be kept at hand, as immediate able terms to responsible parties.
treatment is necessary, and delay may His stock of Harras is new and up to
prove fatal. For sale by all druggist. *
^date, and includes any and all articles
Dear Mr. Bryan: In a calmer mo- .
ment will you not admit that you have i his line needed for county and city
gone too far in the Sullivan matter? use.
At present, having no official position In Heavy Har he has no rival.
with in the party conferring authority,1
you have attempted to dictate or to To turpentine and mill men he offers
"butt in." Either role is unworthy of
you. Great as you are neither the par- goods made especially for their use, and
ty as an organization nor democrats in- at prices that cannot be duplicated.
dividually can afford to endorse your .. .. .
position Won't you kindly think again, In his Stables are to be seen as fine a
and act once more as a favor to all'of lot of drivers, single and double, as
us. -Times-Union .. .
S, were ever brought to this city.
Aside from th 1' e of fi-dollar Call on him and examine his stock.
Panama Hats, Bur Co. are firing
Straw Hats at tw lty-flve cern, each,
and closing out a lot of Sh suita-
ble for house ar at fifty ce lt per V
pair. Drop i nd s them. 26 I *-* lWbi

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.,

Wlcere 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.
Ta)lahossee, Florida.

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01a1811 ATNoomW to know from a peusoal knowim. e u VI
the Indisemusb vsale of the Scauritt
T=so"OF. ff.Bible and Trainingft moolinKam"
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SForO' m ***. to1M-t either in the Homeo work or for the For-
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Cms the ,eatl sister or wife, or as a worker in the0 i
-rmna L u. m n. church, pastor's assistant deaconess
TMAT 1PRO 1OS0D AMENSWM T. aet. I am roved by the Spirit of God
We to form our Southern young women Tall
We have read several of theeffusato that you too, as I have o, may bo-. Ta
of the various contributors for and eome Inpired to enter definite seryeo
against the proposed amendment tofor our Lord. It is a training school
Article 16 of the Constitution of the iW or prils are tested a nd ti hoo
It is you privilege to attend isschool
State of Florida, that mst be rated if you so desire.
or rejected by the voters of the State Theo rd is calling for workers and
at the next general election to be held the haurch isp lading for responses
that she may educate her strong, true
on the first Tuesday after thefirat Mon- women in this school, that hey may be
day in November. equipped and qualified for service.
While some of these articles are well When I went to Searritt last year
written, from the standpoint of good and found only one other girl from our
Florlds conference. I wondered that S.. t
rhetoric, to us they bear the imprint our whole Southland was asleep on this
of "linked sweetness long drawn out," great subject. 0 strong young women,
or, to use plain and unbroken "United wake up and listen! The Spirit may be al
States," too many of them bear the speaking to you.
ear marks of having been paid for at For years past, since a child, I have
so much per line, therefore dethroning felt the impression to be a foreign mis- I have in connection with my Fur
whatever of reasoning power these sionary, but somehow I have always
articles may have otherwise possMeed been able to evade the impression very where I can take care of any repair
In the first place they make a most niely by just sa ing, "Lord, ou know
errgious blunder in tactily admitting I am not physical strong like some I buy, sell or exchange anything.
th e oaibillty of this reclamation at a other you could find," but the Impres- . o ec g a ii
reasonable cost. In these days of fa- ion lingered with me through these
voritisms rake-offs and grafts all prac- years, and I know now it was from hold goods. C
tical men know that any branch of God I struggled on until last August, I
public work, either State, county or whenGod spoke to me as "face to!
municipal, is done better and cheaper face," and said: "Will you go for us?"
under contract than by the principal or And I aid "Yen, and in repondin ... AT
initial sources cwas sent to the training school tobe SPECIAL XCVU3RSION RATES.
No one has or can have the faintest prepared for service. I was not strong
conception of the coat of this attempt- in bod and could not complete the pre- Via Georgia, Florida an Alabama
ed drainage per annum., nor of the scribed course of junior work, so it will Railway.
length of time for which thin assess- take me two years more to finish, ATLANTA GA Home Coming for
ment and collection of this acreage tax .though the' Scarritt course is usually Georgians. Special round trip rates.
not exceeding ten cents per acre may ,finished in two years. I am expecting Tickets to be sold October 9th and 10th,
endure. It might be fittingly called great things from God with regard to with final limit for return October 20th,
a "Kathleen Mavoureen" assessment; this weak frame and tody, but "He 1906. By payment fee 50 cents tickets
one of the "it-may-be-for-yeare-and-it- can do all thin a" and I have left it can be extended to October 30th.
may-be-forever" variety, with Him, for I know He careth for, MEMPHIS, TENN. -National Bap-
Now, with all due deference to theme me. tist Convention, colored. Tickets to be
"I-am.holler.than-thou" drainage corn- My (ear Southern sister, I wish I sold September 9th to 12th, inclusive,
missioners, who are thus usurping and could speak to you in persnm, and tell with final limit for return September
unifying the separate and distinct Leg- you what great things the Lord hath 20th 1906.
islatwve Judiciasland Executive branches already done for me. He is just as ST. GEORGES ISLAND, FLA.-'
of the government as presumed by that willing to do the name for you. Will Special round trip bay excursions on
little infinitesimal atom the Constitu- you let Him? Will you consecrate your steamer Crescent City every Tuesday
tion, we would modestly suggest that life to His service and open your heart and Friday, for surf bathing, from Ap-
they are still "of the earth earthy," today and nay: "Here am I, Lord, alachlcola Fla.
and just as prone to make mistakes as send me?" B SUMMER TOURIST RATES--Round
ordinary mortals. And just as "hu. "The harvest truly is plenteous, but trip tickets to tourist points in Tennes-
manum eat errare" so also "to forgive the laborers are few. Go ye saith our see, North and South Carolina, Michi-
divine," and we most earnestly beg Lord. and make disciples of all nations." gn, Canada and the East and North.
tr forgivenee as we suggest to What are you doing to meet this re- ling daily till September 80th, with
that the power thev seek is en. sponsibility? Be still, my dear sister, final limit for return until October 31st,
drnyl too much for any ve men in any and hear the Spirit's voice today. 1906.
country claiming to be free. "Whom shall I send and who will go for DAILY ROUND TRIP RATES-Be-
Thipros amendment is now be- us?" "Our Captain" Is standing at the twen points in Florida. Selling daily,
Ing published in one newspaper in every front calling for volunteers. The battle with limit for return five (5) days from
county In Florida, and every unbiased, is raging Will you not put on the ar- date of sale.
unprejudiced mind who thinks of its mor ofGod and enlist in His service, ATLANTA, GA.-National Dental
provisions will come to the inevitable and fight as only a brave, true soldier Association and Auxiliary Societies.
conclusion that this drainage commis- will do? Millions are dying on the Round trip tickets on sale September
slon will in the event of the ratifica. "battlefield," every tick of the clock 12th and 18th, with final limit for return
tion of this amendment, be clothed with means the death of a heathen soul, September 26th, 1906. By payment of
power unwarranted and unprecedented while our Southern women sit undis- fee of 50 cents tickets may be extended
in a democratic form of government. turbed in conscience, dreaming on, only to October 80th 1906.
We believe the drainage of the Ever- to wake in eternity to hear the reward: ATLANTA, dA. -Georgia State Fair.
glades would redound to Incalculable "Thou wicked and slothful servant." Tickets to be sold daily October 9th to
benefit to the whole State of Plorida, O you, my dear sister who are strong 20th, inclusive, with final limit for re-
and we regard It our duty to be thus in body and mind, God is calling you. turn October 28d, 1906.
frank and honest in this adm asion. But, What are you going to answer? Would BAINBRIDGE, GA.-Cheap round
In the name of justice and common sense. that you might realize your privilege in trip rates from all local stations account
why make "flsh of one and fowl of the winning laurels for your eternal crown, "Old Hoss" sale. Bainbridge. Tickets
other," when the reclamation of these a d sa souls from an everlasting sold August 30th, with final limit for
lands would enhance the taxable value dth. What greater honor could the return September d, 1906. IRA
of the State, which alone can reduce "Captain" offer? For full Information as to rates and
the rate of assessment throughout it As this pleading message of love and schedules, please call upon your nearest
entire bounds. exhortation is scattered over our South. G F. & A. Agent or write to
We submit that the many thousand land I shall be bendig at a Father's R.A. McTYrt, Gen. Agt.
acres of prairie lands lying within this throne, praying for representatives for Bainbridge, da.
contemplated drainage dstrctcan never His service, praying that you might. F P. WOODWARD, T. P. A.,
be made of any earthly use except for hear and heed His voice. Think, pray Tallahassee, Fla.
grazing purposes. Their present value and act quickly, for the night is coming - -.----.-
as a cattle range would be diminished when no man can work. Notice.
rather than enhanced. But, if this I shall be glad to give you definite in- Notice in hereby given that I am no TA
have to be taxed for an indefinite pe. and its wor, if you care to write to business in Tallahassee, having sold my
riod at a "rate not exceeding ten cents the address below, entire business to Charles Edelen, and
per acre." only to enhance the value of Your young friend, "all for (Christ,' I will no longer be responsible for any
the property peose and conflcation of these prairie P. 0. Box 45. Monticello. Fla made hereafter by Charles IEdelen or
lands. ;by W. P. Banks as agent of Charles
Even then, when we acknowledge the Five Wild Turleys Killed by Train. 'delen, or by either of them in any
drainage of thin territory entirely lirac- The (; F. & A train enroute to Tal- manner whatever _
tical anl feasible, the mene'!ment iS i lahannee ran over and killed live wild (Signed) GEi:o P. BANKS '
menace to the rights of *"acquiriring alnd tlrkeay last Sunday near Attapuilgus. August 16, 1M.6 l5-tf
defending pro arty' gwu'ranteed liv the (;* he train was going tt top s ed s No -e
organic law of the Sint,, and ought to and the turkeys tried to cross mi front legistratlo Notice.
be Vej'Cted of it. The train struck the drove right Tallahassee,. Fla., July 17. 1\W. .td .
We have no serious ichjection to a>ni- in the middle, killing flve and wounding The Registration Booksof I.eon ('Coun-
bitioua poltlriians rewarding a hrhe of se,.veral others. The people of Attapul- ty will le kept open at the court house
their henchmen for either pIast or future gus ste wild turkey thtt Sunday. in TallahasNee on Thursdiay. Friday and
political glory, hut we do strenuously Saturday in each week, from the 9th
object to their ,infientcting the pni>- G(ov, lIroward has explained in an ex- day of August until the i:3th day of
ertyofothers to pay uch delIts .lak- 'cutive iroclamation minus the great October, A 1). 1906.
sonville Floridiaun. gold neii of the state and its ribbon at- S. P. ('HAIREK,
S. .. ... tachment, that he has gone down into Su ervisor of Registration for iLeon
TheJacksonville Metropolis publihes his own pants for over one thousand County. 21-4t "-
the records of the dons, which shown that. since January spreading the gospel of Everglades Major J. A. Dupray. general inspec-
lst of last year, when governor r BIrow- drainage in the shape of tracts. "The tor and instructor of the Florida State **"
ard took the oath of office, twenty-three work, he says. "must be continued," Troops. returned to Tallahassee Satur-

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murderers have been pardoned if we and he calls on the public, which can be day night.-St Augustine Record.
should call this encouragement to mur- fooled semlocasionally, to come to his Mr. J. A. Billingsley, wife and son.
der, the champion of the administra- assistance with stamps. checks, poet- of Pensacola, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
t might angry, but what is It? oMfee and express orders, even money. J. F. Hill.
The Pardonhn Boa really needs a mod- At latest reports he had not be en om. Mr. B C. Chair and familyre-
lum of ferocity.-Volusia Record. pulled to employ an additional clerks turned home lst week after a pleasant
Miss Minnie Alford of Tallahassee i to open his mal -Palatka News. outing in their etage at Panacesa.
the charming guest of Msm Jett Allen Judge Wolfe and bride, aom nied Mr. William H. Markham retarded
on Shotwell Street this week ... A par- by his sisters Mrs. Eakia of Mobile, home today after spending a pleasant
ty of young people are making arran. and Mrs. D B. Rutherford of this city ,w wee at PmaeS c
gementa topend Saturday andl Sunday rried Wednesday. ihtand oparW e S M.-S- s lots at-
at Laark ths week. They have of his mother Mrs. J.Dmi WWof Beeral par prehad lots at
great times down there is summer til Saturd when they a e Panacea spring last wek and will
ad the samd of the seasbore ad the York and Cheae. The h.aa prso- o ret comfortable cottage on
ebb and pring of the tide appeal to sts received from Toa i -h-- and 14W them.
them at ---. They win i every mols, as wll as ether Mieds ae toe Prof. David M. 00k1" a the el tn
miteo time.-Ba2 TrEi assess to meUste among the a vaesatel. forw m w
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S e, A Levy will leave in a few
dar weeks vaetion to be

--i-ars and Paul Nicbolson
and R. lappy pent Sunday in
Hava, pM.
Miss Mary Lester went to Quincy
Monday fora week's visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Woedberry.
Mr. Wm. Bass left Wednesday for
Arlington, Ga., his home, where he will
spend his vacation
Mr. 0. H. Hill ar.d family have moved
back to Tallahassee from Jacksonville
for permanent residence.
Mr. Win. Levy returned Monday from
a month's trip to New York, Canada
and other places of interest.
Byrd & Co. are enlarging and remod-
eling the upstairs of their store to re-
esive their Increased stock.
Mr. Russell Felkel left Friday for
Moccasin Gap, Fla., a popular summer
resort, to be gone several weeks.
Mr. D. M. Lowry returned to the city
Monday after a business trip of a few
days down toward Jacksonville.
Mr. White, the popular agent of the
Seaboard Air Line railroad, has re-
-^-- turned from a month's vacation.
Mr. C. E. Arundel, of Philadelphia,
has taken the position of bookkeeper at
the Capital City Light and Fuel Co.
Mr. Lynwood Evans left Friday for
Jacksonville, where he is attending a
house party on the St. John's river.
Mrs. Dr. Shine accompanied by her
sister, Miss Brooks, returned to Talla-
hassee Saturday from her home in
Rev. W. E. McCarty, of Fernandina,
was in the city Saturday and Sunday.
His many friends were glad to see him
again, and in such good health.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan, of Lake
City, and daughter, Hazel, arrived Tues-
day and are the guests of their daugh-
ter, Mrs. T. C. Watts, on North Adams
This is a college town now-a female
college town. Three young ladies ar-
rived last week one to Mr. Wilson Hall,
i one to Mr. Louis Cohen and one to Mr.
James Ball.
Mr. Fred Baggs returned Monday
from Camilla, Ga., his home, where he
has been spending part of his vacation.
He state that the report in regard to
his marriage is untrue.
Mis Joeie Roberts, of Pensacola, and
Miss Mamie Austin, of Apalachicolan
who have been the popular guests of
Miss Costa in this city for a few weeks
past left Sunday for Apalachicola, via

Misses Susie and Elooise McGriff, two
of Tallahassee's charming young ladies,
are visiting Misses Ruby and Katie
Barker, at No. 828 East First street...
Mis Kate Sullivan left for Tallahassee,
after a visit of two weeks with relatives
here.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Caldwell and Larkins, the two negroes
convicted of assassinating N. W. Eppes
in Leon county, September 5 1904, have
[ me to the prison camp to begin their
tfo impr moment there, the sentence
of death having been commuted to Im-
prisonment.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. J. R. Slappy left Monday for his
home in Plains, Ga. For the past week
he has been the guest of Mr.C.R.
Nicholson the popular prescription
elerk at tim Tallahasee Drug Co. Mr.
Slappy has many warm friends in Tal-
laassee and they hope he will soon see
ft to return.
Mr. W. D. Wheeler traveling agent
for the National Packing Company, was
to timeity a few days this week in the
interests of his house. He has taken
eN of the storehouse hre and di.-
po the ood Mr. Wheeler ha
many friedin Tallahasee and they
are glad his route is through here.
Mr. Emmet Wilson, of Illinois, is in
the city and the guestof Mr. Jno. T. G.
Crawfd. Mr. Wilson tis well known
in Tallasheaee having attended the
FIrid State ol her some year*Ms
ago. H afterward graduated at Stet-
.n University in law and is now a
praetilcls attorney In Illinois.
Mr. James Holls, who has been for
S athe past few mouths the popular soda
/ jerker for the Balkeom Drug Co.. and
Swho ba been quite ill for the past two
w wees. aw abla to be about aaia
ad o Tasaa for his ho-mein to
ith. Hs me-y Ta sp e he wW*
a. Ber to Tos as aase- esm eres

to meat with the au ad ejoy a
social hoar together. uuMrITTa.

Whereas God, Hiis ilknite wisdom,
has Seen ft to call to her rewardthe
witfof our brother, H. L. Oregory; ad
Whereas we bow nla huambli ubt-
t to the will of the Supreme Ruler
of Universe, yet we ar not un-
mindful of the great loss sustained by
the deathof this good and noble woman
and the vacancy that has been left in
the life of our brother that can never
be Ailed. A loving, faithful and de-
voted wife, and a sinere Christian
woman, she lived a life without re-
proach, and left behind her an example
well worth emulating; therefore be it
Resolved by Cicero Lodg No. 1,
Knaghts of lPhias, that we extend to
our brother, L. Gregory, our heart-
felt sympathy in the death of his do-
voted wife. and that a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the minutes
and furnished the local paper for publi-
cation, and also a copy to Brother Greg-
H. N. SwsTrmNo,
L. A. P ams,'Committee.

A Sprilse Party.
Miss Bertha Clark, of Albany, Ga., is
the guast of Miss Ebie Quall for a few
weeks. On Monday evening the young
mple of the city all conspired to give
them a surprise party. One couple
after another "butted in" until the
parlors were quite filled with guests,
watching the expressions of the pretty
hostess at each ring of the door bell.
All kinds of games were played and a
Meral informal good time was en-
joyed by all present. Music was fur-
nished by all who could do so, and Miss
VanBrunt deserves especial mention for
her choice selections.
And the instigators of the surprise
had their eyes open all the time! At
about 10 o'clock another couple came:
Mr. R. W. Cobb, accompanied by a
large ice cream freezer. Cakes had
been sent, and soon all were enjoying
what is known as "Mill's best."
Those present were Misses Kate Mick-
ler, Genie VanBrunt, Susie VanBrunt,
Bertha Jones, Alma Cates, Viva Dick-
erson, Florence Lewis, Pearl McCord,
Ebie Quaile and Bertha Clark, for the
ladies- the men were Wm. VanBrunt,
Joseph Lester, Henry Luster, Wayne
Scott Tony Bums, Charles Nicholson,
Earl Proctor, William Bass, Paul Nich-
olson and Clyde Evans.
Feath ounad, Tallahasse Dlstuct.
Woodville Mission, Sept. 1, 2; at
Apalachicola, Sept. 9; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Carrabelle. Sept. 16; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Crafordville, Sept. 22, 23, at Zion Hill.
Ashmore Circuit, Sept. 26; at Bonnet
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit, Oct. 6, 7; at Bristol.
Blue Creek Circuit, Oct. 13, 14; at
Blue Creek.
Gadsden Circuit, Oct. 20, 21; at Mt.
Concord Circuit, Oct. 27, 28; at Salem.
Waukeenah Circuit, Oct. 31; at Thom-
as City.
Madison Circuit, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
Old Town Mission, Nov. 7; at Old
West Madison Circuit, Nov. 10, 11;
at Cherry Lake.
Madison, Nov. 11, at 8 p. m.; quar-
terly conference Monday.
Monticello, Nov. 14.
Perry and Taylor Missions, Nov. 17,
18; at Perry.
Midway Circuit. Nov. 24,26; at Bethel.
aQincy, Nov. 28.
Mayo Circuit, Dec. 1, 2; at Mayo.
Aucilla, Dec. 4; at Greenville.
Leon Circuit, Dec. 8, 9; at Chaires.
Tallahassee, Dec. 9; quarterly con-
ference Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
Written reports will be called for on
this round from the women's missionary
societies and from trustees of church
property. J. EDOAR WIaSON,
Tallahassee, Fla. Presiding Elder.
One State hir.
All indications now point to the fact
that there will be represented at the
State fair, which is to be held at Tampsa
November 14 to 29, an even greater
number of counties than were repre-
sented at the fair last year. Counties
from every section of te State, owing
to the arrangement of the premium lists,
are prepare r-to compete for the large
prices offer, d. and a greater number
will be reprS nted than at any fair in
the history of the South. Our county
should get busy and be represented by
an exhibit that will attract the atte.n-
tien of the thousands of homs eekers
from other States who will attend the
The amusement features of the eao-
ing State fair at Tampa will be -pe
rior tothoseof any fair heMldian t

South. President 1. J. L. Brown, of
the fair smocation, will speed the Meat
two or three weeks ea a tenr of the big
atbtuetiam terms, and high-class shews
w e is* sared r* kardes of mpem
Abeodett ly-- tg of a or oem-
m N ass wWl be asd fth

w r uan parman ana
Senator upon hireturn trom
a tour of time -. As he will spend
oom rable ti-traveling over the
United States beturinfl, it is cond-
deay e t he wil accept the
inviatoa. will give the states-
men memtioned a rousing welcome, as
all are regarded as presidential poasi-
The space allotted each county exhib-
Itir at the omu State fair at Tampa
wi revered r that county at the
gmat Passnama =!i tion, which will be
eldIn 1908. andhich will be held by
hundreds of Many new
blOding will of is, have to be erect-
ed for the ex lod, in order to give
Florida and other States ample room to
display their resources, and no county
in orida can afford to be without rep-
resentation at either the State fair or
the Panama Exposition.
Florida counties contemplating exhib-
iting at the comig State fair at Tampa
wilbe interested to learn that Hills-
borough county will not compete for
the prise_ offered. Hillsborough, how-
ever, will be represented by a magnifi-
cent exhibit; bot as it is the home
county of the fair and, owing to Tama
being the ceon of the fair, it can easily
win points on Industrial and educational
exhibit, which puts the other counties
at a disadvantae. Hillsborough, there-
fore, withdraw@ from the race. Hills-
borough county expects to get her re-
ward from advertiinf her resources to
the thouvnds-of bomeseekers attending
the fair; and for the benefits of the ad-
vertising, even If $15,000 were not of-
fered in premiums, every county in the
State should be represented.

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To All Deecratic Voters.
If there ever was a time in the his-
tory of the Democratic party for the
manifestation of loyalty and patriotism
on the part of its members, it is right
If we are to win a victory and elect a
President two years hence, we must
first elect a House of Representatives
this fall. A Democratic House can and
will investigate every department of
the government. With all of them
honeycombed by "graft," the edges of
which, only, have been touched by re-
cent exposure and prosecutions, there
will be a revelation of rottenness that
will astound the country and create a
demand for a Democratic administra-
tion to clean the government workshop.
To win the House we need money to
defray legitimate expenses and get out
our vote. We have no protected mo-
nopolies from which to draw to fill our
offers, as they do those of the Repub-
lican party. We must, therefore, ap-
eal to loyal Democrats for contribu-
Will you send us 11 at once, and in
return for this we will send you copies
of our campaign literature issued by
the committee. You will have the
thanks of the entire Democratic party
for ybur favorable response to our re-
Address all remittances to
J. M. GRioos, Chairman,
Munsey Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Best Cabinet Photographs in
Tallahassee, $2.50 per dozen. 22
new to Avoid Appe diclst
Most victimsof appendicitis are those
who are habitually constipated. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic con-
stipation by stimulating the liver and
bowels and restores the natural action
of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and
is mild and pleasant to take. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all dealers. *
Stomach Troubles and ComasUpat ea.
No one can reasonably hope for good
digestion when the bowels are consti-
pated. Mr. Charles Baldwin, of Ed-
wardsville, Ill., says: "I suffered from
chronic constipation and stomach trou-
bles for several years, but thanks to
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets am almost cured." Why not get a
package of these Tablets and get well
andml stay well? Price 25 cents. For sale

Notice for PublUiea*.
DTsaasiust or rre laaoa .
Lans Oncsr A AmSm,-LL. FiA..
July IS. 1500 .
NaUetis htor* give that th elMwl -aml
a5ar heasled nmotaof his ltoetUin to make
IusWnsllhe made before J. Medges. U. B. Co-
nlem aN ~e. s t a. Fla.. m
"Il. v W 6. Atklan of Tasl.
uso L MII nfa thke 5 of NW* and
r aWw at U. I .. Ja. i w.
.m the fe ollaw wiNma to prao his
rmeeshee eutlvaUe of laid
Its ea~tm t. baa Alfred. a B
w. a. .. a sEsarn.

h lad s a Law County. r .aw t
s nd aa pwr s relat recoredd I deed
S"W i a e IR tMhew% ofemetioa1. tows
I 0=aei muAP Il west
ledbeing asemad at the date of the las-
a *If sAeh ertifcate in the name m Iof Mv
Unis smid crtifleste shall be redeemed accard-
Ing to law. tax deed will larue thereon a. the 4th.
da o BSaetember A. D. 101.
ita." my Pmeeal signature and seal. Wls, the
t dea of August 19011,
Clark Circuit Court. Leon Couaty. Florida.
NOTICE of application for tax deed. under se-
t lon of chapter 488. Laws of lorida.
Notice i hse gives that W. A. Ristear.
purehamr of tax certifoat No. dated lIt. day
of A at 1t04 has fled maid certfleate in m
ce ndha made alleaton for tax deed to 1 m
In acMordance with law.
Said crtifcate embracesthe follow desrib-
ed land situated in Leon County. Io a to-wit:
Tho @% of section I, township I sotk ot ra
west. eontanIning 0 aers. mir* or low
Said hnd being assem d at the date of the ieMu-
snee of much certificate in the name OWNER
Unless mid ertificate shall be redeemed accord-
ins to law. tax deed will issue therwo oa the 4th.
day of Septmber A. D. 190.
WIt my official slnature and seal this, the
lat. day of Augustt 10L
Clerk Circuit Court. Leon County. FlrMda.
NOTICE of application for tax deed. under sO-
tion ". chapter 433. laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that F. C. Wilkes. pur.
ehaser of tax eortflat. No. 34. dated let. day of
August 104. has filed maid certificat in my ofi-
ce and la made application for tax deed to iseue
in accordance with law.
Said cartifieato embraces the following doerib.
d land situated In Leon County. Flokrida. to-wit:
The nw% of nw% of nw of section 9. In town.
ship 1 south of rano 1I west. containing 10 aoree
motre or les.
Said land being asese **d at the dat of the Imu-
ane of such certificate in the name of William
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed accord.
lig to law. tax ded wl Issue thora on the 4th.
day of September A.. 19K0.
Witne, my official signature and seil. this, the
lSt. da ofAugust 190m
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County. Florida.
NOTICE of application for tax deed under see-
tion 8. of chapter 488. LAws of Frorida.
Notice is hereby given that N. B. Bassett a-
signee of tax certificate No. 1. dated let, day of
Auust 1904, has filed said certificate in my office
and has made application for tax deed to isue In
aeordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following deorib-
ed land situated In Leon County. Florida. to-wit:
nw%. w% of neo and neo of neo of section 3.
township 1 south of ranse I east, contain M acres
MGM orw la.
Said land being assessed at the date of the lesu.
neoe of such certificate in the name of W. B. Fer-
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed accord-
Ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 4th.
da of September A. D. 106M.
Witness my offiial lmnature and seal. this, the
let, day of Auusat 1NM.
Clerk Circuit Court, I.eon Couty. Morida.

NOTICE of application fur tax deed. under sec-
tion It chapter 41. Laws of Florida.
c wonesrned:
Notice hereby given that A. L. Barlneau pur-
chaser of tax certifieate No. 6. dated lot. aay of
Au ast 1904, has filed amid certificate In my ofaic
and haa made application fur tax issue in
accordance with law.
Said certfieate embraced the following describ-
ad land situated in lIon County, Florida. to-wit:
Lot No. 16. In @% of ne, of section 0. township 2
north of range 3 eat,. a per plat recorded In deed
book "EE" parg 6W. contain lr -4. acres. maor
or les.
Bald land being Uasseed at the date of the Imu-
ance of such certificate in the name of Mary Pat-
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax ded will issue thereon on the 4th,
day of September A. D. 9IM.
Witness my official signature and mseal this, the
1st. day of August 190M.
Clerk Circuit Court. Lemn ripvnty, Florida.
NOTICE of application for tax deed, under sec-
tion B. chapter 411, lLaws of Florida.
Others concerned:
Notice is hereby given hat N. E. Bassett a.-
signsm of tax certificate No. 2f dated Iat. day of
Auust 1904 hal filed said certificate In my office
and has made application for tax deed to Issue In
accordance with law,
aid certilfcate embrabce the following describ-
ed land ituatead In LImon County. Florida, to-wit:
The nw4 of neV and w onf nwt of section 14.
township I mouth of range I west, containing 120S
acres. more or less.
Said land being .mres at the date of the iosu-
ance of such certificate in the name of C. C. and
J. A. Pearce.
Unless said certificnate shall Iw redamed acordl-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereun on the. 4th.
day of September A. D. 19u6.
Witness my official nsinature and aral, thim. the
ot. daiof Auirust IAU.
Clerk Circuit fourn. eon County. Fi'rklda.
NOTICE of application for tax deed. under sc-
tIon K. chapter 41. Laws uf Florkid
Notice I here riven that C. H. (wynn, pur-
chaser of tax certificate No. 21, dated Ist. day of
Au rtt 1904. ha filed said certificate In my office
and ha made application for tax deed to issue In
acordanee with law.
Baid certificate embrace, the following descr0b-
ad land situated in Leon County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot No. 1. of Block 3. n Villa Mitchell. in sections
1 and 2. township I mouth of ranre I wt, amg per
plat filed In the office* of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court. containini 1 of an acre, mor orr Is.
aid land heine arememd at the date of the su-
ne of such certificate In the name or C. J. M.
Unis. aid certificate shall be redeemed arcord-
Ing to law, tax deed will IUue thernon on the 4th,
day of September A. 1). INS. to C. 14H. and (i. H.
wynn, the aid C. H. (Jwynn having alsmignedt an
undivided one-half Interest in said certificates,
number 1,. to the said G. H. Gwynn.
Witness, my oflfial sirnature and wl,. this, the
st. da of Auguat 19M.
Clerk Circuit Court. Io n County. Forkda.
CGardlan's Notice.
I It may concern that m guardian of Charles
Orn later. an Infant. I will make application tothe
Comnt Judge of Leon County. Florida, at his oil-
es InI the evrt hose. in the City of Tallahaee.
an Friday Aurust loth.. ION. at 10 o'clock a. m. or
am soon thereafteor as I can be hIard. for authority
ta sU the undecided one half in t. subjectt to
dowar interest of Allce B. Lan). the midnf-t.
Char Ore Laer,. la and to certain lame situtad,
Ilin amd eing n thO county of Laun. State
Friday described amfollows. to wit: Sixty Acres
of lend in th emt half of the oithem t quartr
ofh t tealrtur-foar. towaship a. i orth oan
u i to9se aId ma io s um o
*i*M** i hesm wet t eser .n audt

AN prty tae not

with s
Fhrst Baptist mi e. F. W.
Cramer, Pastor. yat 10
a. m. and 7.45 p m. eo 10
Senior &I Y. P.TU., T.1 m. You
will be moat eorday VC. Corm.
St. John'sl a inml hmuh, BR.
Dr. W. H. CMerr. Re-toer vi-:
Sunddys MMd Holy UaM, hovW BB
lon 7 o'clock a. M. M"da-,
and 7.80 p.m. 9rlda Spm.. t. Mi-
chael's coloredd). rve: $ ays,
4 p. m. Frldays, 4.80 p. m.
Christian Science.-Servliea ae Ield
every Sunday at 11 o'clock 0a, hla
fro room, second story, of t bud-
ing eastof thepotoffloe. TMo is
also used a aChrstia Ua
room, and is open daily tevTem iM/eya
between the w of 10 o o'eliek
a. m. All are cordially
The T lFlew Few e
has recently deovmed. It bers
a elo* r to fthe mntria
geam. To0 free t eJ0 M
a NOw Life *It, to
cure all diseases to
and conatipatlo Me, at a dr t
See Collins for your Job Printing.

[dwards. Son & Co.,

City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.
Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by phone, 169,


our stalls in the


Tickets on Sale Daily with
Final Limit 15 and 90 Days.
Also very low Round
Rates selling Saturdays, with
final limit Mondays.


The G. F. & A. offers the
Steamer Iola for parties de-
siring to charter for one or
two days' trips to the

A delightful trip out in
the Gulf.
For Rates and other Information
write to:
Bainbridge, Ga.
TallahaNoe. Fla.

B. C.




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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to helpyou to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies hand bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit opeln an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. 1 heme banks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would b" surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savinay bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping at in the house, Lecause there in 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 alldeposit? 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-
sin of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

lOc per day for 5 years-
20c per day for 5 years
2fc per day for 5 years
30c per day for 5 years
50c per day for 6 years.
10Xc per day for 6 years

Am't delposite'd.

39 1. ,
46i9. r4
782. 50

Interest earned.
$11 14--
27 _-
33 42
----- 111.40

Total am't
----- $167.64
S- 335.28
.. 502.92
.. 1,676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is .20,s00.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$3r0, 321.19
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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Our Prices Won't Make Your Money


Dealers In

Live and Rolling

BUGGIES $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.00 and up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile

for Building and Paving.


1P. 0. Box 338.

Tallahassee, Fla. ,N em

Notice for PIblIcation.
DurAnTu NrT ric p n INTRm Si,
LaND OPfies AT (AINlMaVII.I.. rI'.A..
June IN. I1O.
Notle is hereby rflve-i that the fniiowiiit,-
lS uMttler har tid noutli. f his Intention h14
Sfnal roof In uMrt of hir claim. man Ihtat
liproof will Ih made' hreforeJ. J. Ilglirea. II. S,
Ihat st hi. lafeir av Tallahniw.. Fla..
1MA t I -t I. I via. v:i: Billlard lAowry of Weiee.
P Tb Hdls. MM fo-r the HWI, of HWi. of
afew. Th. I HW. .. K W.K
M s H -the fellhowlic witnea .el. to 1pr4 v his
Itillu wrelliir Ul|ein e tiM eculivaltvli of nakl
A tM. lna. A M. I'Mrker. ie. (malwin. William
Kel y. olfwolvill.. ria.
W. 41. ItI5NION IN,

Ogardial's Notice.
& marmern that.I. Is unnimltli 1 )'Y1114.1l4
C. ANlm. I i .1w 1 wlll a p|pl ,.ai,,in t ishIe
Sec JU I county. 'loritla, st ha <. n *'*.
M t- -l housaM. In the ctlly of T illahaniw. loll
ISUV day of Augirt. A 1i). IMt.s. *i io' atowk a.
UtiL a nM I lherealflr an I can be honel, for as.-
0 Ia-S ale l t hat rtarlln trmet (ol i.nil miotatin ,,
beIl l Iielith in M bkl k'itlly k <,i it ii pil dp.
I -fol kow, ito witI 14outhet 'il Ii.or 4f
t four. In Townhil, tne maoutli. It< e1 .
thre weat. eoetalninh IS) acrer
l-Sw (luanlian if Kayttsiewl C Alleno
I cOmOfVivO norta o that after ten dla' f,.oni
I Jll Intlan I Mlsall apply Ut i the. h11,11,,w"1i.
mat oer M at Tallhan., in., fee a full
= o pardon fr th t inemine of to y&oar.
Jh amI noW VrSvlof In the HIate| ilitiln-
UV. I w e tonvleted at the aprl)1 ternmi )f ICir-
S Oa f prie4110 o1Inty. sINl. tf the- crinie of
ar gIsI n a mule. JA IN. I..MANN
For ent.
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kiteben and bath room, within 5 blocks
of Leon Hotel. Rent $16.00 per month.

White Canvu ShoA traw Hats
am bt cloed outalluni f Co's
&t ppUS pCie. / X U-tf
Weanity Deeds, lal forLm Trme
Caftaw 6tD PbimNo. IL

lamoala News.
August 20 In the early part of last
week Mrs. A. Green, while on a visit at
the home of Mr. G B. Strickland, fell
out of doors and had her collar bone
broken. We take this method of offer-
ing our sympathy and we hope she will
noon get over the hurt.
The Thomutsville district, Rev. E. F
Cook, presiding elder, met in confer-
ence at Metcalfe, Ga., on last Tuesday,
the 14th instant. The visitors from
Bethpage vicinity were Mrs. Mat Mc-
Elvy Mr and 4rs. G. T. Brown and
Mr. W .1. Dickey. About seventy-five
preachers and delegates reported and
were assigned homes. The finances of
the entire district were full, all collec-
tions and claims with minor exceptions
having been met up to date. Over 700
members have been added to the church
during the part of the year 1906 just
pwed. The Wesleyan Female College
at Macon, the Andrew Female College
at Cuthbert, and the college at La-
Grange were ably represented by their
several agents, who delivered some
strong speeches on the education and
training of young men and ladies for
leaders in the affair of Church, State
and society We had the pleasure of
listening to some elegant sermons and
speeches. Home of them would have
served very well for models of diction
and delivery. There were large con-
gregations, the church being crowded
at times Metcalfe redeemed her pledge,
though, and took good care of them.
Colquitt, the county site of Miller coun-
ty. was chosen an the place of holding
district conference next year.
Rev T. H. Thompson introduced res-
olutions, which were unanimously
passed. expressing reFret at the re-
moval of Rev. E. F. Cook, our presid-
ing elder, from this office to that of
assistant missionary secretary, with his
home in Nashville, Tenn.
Rev. A. M. Williams will attend to
all the business of the Thomasville dis-
trict which might be neglected by Bro.
('Cook in attending to his duties of mis-
mionary secretary, (luring the remainder
of this year.
The delegates chosen by the district
conference to attend the annual confer-
ence at Valdosta were Rev. W R. Tal-
l-y D)r, J. F. Harris, W. 1'. Nic! ion
and Robert Stringer.
We are sorry to say that W. J. Dick-
ey, of liethpage, got nick on Wedmnesday
night and was kept from attending the
conference during the remaining days.
lie went back home on Saturday, and
we trust is entirely well again.
Mr. Whitfield has bought Sunny Hill,
and will start the mercantile business
again at that place.
Aiso, we hear that Mlount Strickland
hIas boIught the lot of land on which the
"Vwicker house" stands, and which
corners at lamonia, and will move to
that house to live ere long We ar-
glad of it, and if a railway would urn
through we would soon ..ave a tine %ol-
'odlder pulling has about ceased and
cotton Picking Wgun in gnd earnest.
Sonic pi-ople have carried new corn to
Frightfully *ram,,.
Cihas. W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford
City, '1a., had his hand frightfully
burned in an electrical furnace, lie
applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with
the usual result: "a quick and perfect
cure." Greatest healer e,n earth for
burns, wounds, sores, ecsema and piles.
25e at all drugislat.

For aLt.
Rooms, centrally located. Apply to
Mrs. M. G. Barrington, 643 South Ad-
anis street. 14lt
Se J. D. Cay when you wish to
W hoe or any kes of vtht.
"lt ,yee the butattM d o

Doa'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, sore chest, etc., Mr. I. T. Bogy, a
prominent merchant at Willow Point,
Texas, says that he finds Ballard's Snow
Liniment the best all-round liniment he
ever used. Sold by all druggists. *

Editor Eugine S. Matthews, (if the
Starke Telegraph is one of the most
popular men in Florida. BHsides lbeing
a first-claBs newspaper man, he is a
member of the S4tate legislature, a di-
rector in his local bank. Captain of the
Starke military company and i:t now be-
ing urged for Speaker of the House of
Represenatives. He would make a good
one and the Tribune hopes that thee
members of South Florida will give him
a loyal support. Tampa Tribune.

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 sale by druggits. *

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Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.

The Newest Material for
Fancy Work.
Utopia W(XM ] in ;erman-
town. Saxony and

Miss AdelQ Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.

Made unMer SIe.'tuen PChapter 41il I.w. of
Flworla, howhtwing the amount of toame rharwled
to the Tax ('Cllehtar ulf l eM counly. Fhlerikla,
to be cwllw.'tel for the current year IW,' anil
the alipwortlioniirnIt of the em..w tn ih*e mverrnl
furlm few which aieh tamef have in IcvIll:
Total Tax Yer Ieriw tT.7.4:19. 4 I
Amount iattil to Auua iue. IM 2S.t124.90 I


A 'l't 'RTIoNMrENT
(lneral Kroieurme 7.t74 w ,
Am't paki ti Aur. l..t IM &.NA ~wi

Am.t Paid to AUe" lt. 1M6
Am't scPa to Au lot. I1.s
Vimn and F-rfit uro
Ain't paid to Aug lot. IWO
Riad and iRrd.w
Am't paid to Aug. Int, 1 M
Spetal sR cam. I ltrlet Nf.'1
Am't paid to Aura.t. IM.t,



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Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

r. ,X / and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
Hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
J. P. S. HousTouN, Prop.
Phones 79 and 89.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.




68 TO 100 N. MONROB ST.







. J. D. CAY,

e e 0

Headquarters for first class stock.

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

Have Just received a IBU (1( 1 ES
car load of as handsome U G IES
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.

I carry a line of single and double harness.

J D. A Y, 140 S. Adams St.
J. CAY, Tallahassee, Florida.



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Do You Want a Horse or Mulell


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ims* at


ust now.we are planning and working like beavers to stretch thee lastic 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

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.





LOCAL AND PERSONAL. BIY Pblidcty to Get Trade. Solviag the Labor Questloa. Death, of Arthur Coz. 3. Will Beo aNed bhr the Hal.
--- When one has something to sell the It would seem as if Savannah has Arthur Selwyn Cox died August 19 The memos of the Florida newpa.
TUN MIDDMN LAND. way to get a purchaser as to buy pub- solved the labor question, and at last at his home in Macon, Ga., in his 28d per fraternity are nournin the death
swk not to know thy futune-wrest or smull- licity. It makes no difference how well the vagrant-inclined are compelled to year. He was buried at Attapulgus, of Joseph H. C. Pratt, of L.bur for
f teams m lughit wLait th inGod's land: known an article is, whether it be mer- work by enforcing the laws. Alderman Ga., his old home and birthplace, on the many years editor of the L ees-ii
Th'sownle a tan d thy ll, chandise or machinery, its continued W. H. Wright, who is superintendent 21st instant. Commercial. Mr. Pratt, who had beel
If an t deed in thy soul hath birth success must come through advertising, of the Savannah division of the Atlantic Those who knew Mr. Cox best loved il1 Inly three days, died Friday after
i e spleMdid tuiUthe stars shall eM News paper advertising is always the Coast Line, told a Savannah News re- him most for his many excellent traits noon of hemorrhage fever.-St. Augus.
T world halt the at thy truet worth- basis of prosperity, the medium through porter Tuesday that the good effects of of character, and his friends and ac- tie Reord.
Toll o. and be at pect -Selected. which public attention is most readily making the idle go to work or suffer quaintances will always remember him The State of Florida has lost a valued
^^ ^^^^^ ^ attracted. Signs and circulars are but arrest was apparent now more than kindly and look forward to a glorious citizen, and the press one of its
Subscribe to the True Democrat. extravagant monstrosities. They of- ever before. Mr. Wright also said: reunion hereafter, and exemplars in Joseph H. C.
Hon. Frank Adams, of Jasper, was in fend rather than interest possible pur- "There are more available laborers He was one of those to the manner
the city Tuesday. chasers. When a man buys a newspa- in Savannah now than at any time dur- See John Collins for Job Printing. born, to whom the printing offil was a
Mr. W. A. Mabry, of Lake Jackson, per it is with the knowledge that it con- ing the last several years, and it is all Mr. M. H. Johnson Jr., was among school and his life proved that it was
was in the city Wednesday. tains advertising. When he buys a rail. through the proper enforcement of the our pleasant visitors this morning, not a bad one for the scholar or the
Mrs. Robert P. Williams has gone to road ticket his trust is that the road vagrancy law. The fertilizer men, lum- See the excellent assortment of Fine citizen, the moralist or the man.
Columbia, Ala., to visit her parents will not be lined with hideous billboards, ber dealers, transportation companies Paintings, justcome, at Evans'. Bar- friends who mourn his Ios ae all who
,"Cham ion" or Aisp? Enough Finding them he confines himself to his both steamship lines and railroads, and gains! knew him, and the lm is that of his
had. Randolph n. -1m paper and reads everything, including in fact all kinds of businesses now find Mr. D. M. Lut and his excellent wife tthi count tw& In
kaid. T. I. Randolph n & 26-im advertisments -Live Oak Democrat. it easier to get hands. Mr.iD M. Lutzandhis ent wife business, in polite and I private w ife
Mr. Harry Pearce has l ceepted a po- --- --.--. "It has been said that some negroes are spending the summer at Panacea he was lovable, and there is ahi her
sition with the G. F. & A. Ry. Mrs. M. 0. Wililams of Bainbridge, is have left town because of the enforce- Springs. praise for any man. -TmeUnon
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barnes and little stopping over a few days this week ment of the law, but this is not true to Among the Georgians who were -po.- T es
Edwin are enjoying a ten-day outing at with her uncle Mr. T. W. Lester. any appreciable extent. So far as the spending the last week at Panacea FewerGallons; WearsLoager; Dews.
Lanark. Mr. E. H. Alford and Mrs. F. A. Coast Line is concerned, there is now were Mrs. Finch and son of Bainbridge; For Fresh Groceries 'pon W. T.
Miss Leila Jackson returned Wednes- Grace. his sister together with Helen no shortage at all in men either in the Mr. R. H. Bostwick, wife and children, Damon. 'Phone No. i11. a-f
4f reigh y a rd s orna thG w ha rf Ahn dnn o f A rlo Bto n, and M r. E H n raham ^by
day from a two weeks' vacation to and Marion Aliord returned Monday freight yards or at the wharf. And in of Arlington, and Mr. E. H. Ingraham, counties for keeps. One by one dom
Charlotte, N. C. from Panacea. every line of busing it is now found of Peiham. Florida counties fall into the eolhma
Mr. Goe W. Saxon president of Miss Minna Alford returned Tues- to be much easier to get the negroes to Sarent D. Ellis, wife and daughter, that is now largely in the majority.
the Capital City Bank, is spending his day from visit to friends in Cuthbert "And it is a good thin for the n- gusts at Panacea for a stay of about St. Lucie county voted itself dry in
vacation in New York. and Bainbridge, Ga.groes themselves, too. The enforce- 10 days., and all are greatly enjoying the election last week by a ia
Mr. Ross Wooten, of Woodville, has Hon. Jno. Neeley made a business ment of the law weeds out the worth- the outing. maJority, and is now in the of dry
accepted a position in the shoe depart. trip to Bainbridge, Ga., Wednesday. les and there is plenty of work left for Mr. A. L. Sheppard, of Quincy, was Mr. E. H. Alford and sister and two
ment of Mr. W. R. Wilson's store. Mr. Howard Gamble returned from those who really want it. the daughters returned home M after
Judge James B. Whitfield, wife and St. Teresa Tuesday, his family will re- "One thing I want to impress and among the pleasant guests t Pk. a week's pleasant visit to Panaes
children are now at Franklyn, Va., to main there several days yet. that is, that the police should not let r t wel of ie
spend th from the mllof the summer. A fin daughter arrived at the home up n te matter. while they have been Colonel county We wish te, him and hs iow e w ta
Mr. J. E. McNir returned Tuesday of officer Gray yesterday morning, he doing well, they areis not quite so active been the guest of his son ucceMr John was fro the cty on bstore yete

Col. R. W. Williams left Sunday toat10de police will now do." Luci. county has attained.-St. LuTiemes.
afternoon from of weeks' vacation is roodi dontutis, this being and vigilat as they werell at the begiavan- Chate, for a few days, leaves this and registred at the
Aoeationton hill, G., and other the secondchild, the first a boy now ning of the crntde. The crusade should morn for Tallahassee. Pensacola Union, 28d.
oinsote, thi a week. h five years old. be kept up right along, arresting only of durt We are now consoling our friend
Mrpoints of IntereP. Houst n and chren e erd in the twen- the ide, of course. The law Editor Collins, of the True Democrat, Cobb, of the Tallahassee Drug C.,
"Champive ru rned from a pleasant oThe dern M be, to be really effective, shouldbeenore i fighting to maintain prohibition in for we too are ae at home. '

St. Tea". Mrs.oA. Bond h." o Here iy the latest: W s a hole woa. Let the law bea enforced every- Hon. Cibever L. Shine arrived in th* and h Son Lou to pme .nd for
direct from the mileaant stay at S. ty-ive ea of it a sixietce, has paid not for a few weeks, but the year Leon county. We wish for him and his yo know it, he will be taking a v

See adverteement of Sauls Bron. oe lahassee boyhood friends. wII.
contractor and boulders, n ths ssue s s an round, and this is what I believe the county the same measure of success St. o rom that drug store.
Col. R. W. Williams left Sunday contractare sold it has done? police will now do." Lucie county has ttainedge nex-St. Lucie A fine daughter arrivhursdyed the rt of
attend a meeting of the American Bar iThese are t-c Headley f this law work savo well in Sa an d FTribune. give those desiring to do
As nation, to behbestld in St. Paul, There isgh grain of truth inthe old nah, why not n other cities? The v- Mr. John Bell has returned ato his post theweek at theIhomeeof Mr. s ML
Minnesota, this week. "the Lord help him who rnt white and colored men always of duties at the Capital City Bank, after son of Tallahassee who is proud ofand
LanMrs. J. P.and SHou sunday and chilonday renheal itself. This world was never pry upon thosree that work, and t a pleasant vacation of Tall few days' b- loves his children t i L C., and bre
have returned from a pleasant outing at JohnCollins has the reputationelp to all to make the vlarant go to pae from the city. will now have twoy; place in title d re
St. Teresa. Mrs. A.Hollowa Bond has also He printing one latest:t weekly work.aiLeot the law be enforced every- Houten Chever L Shine arrived in the and his son Louis, t petion and fore.
returned from a pleasant stay at St. Fromlike a dudrveswith a six success thar suit of where and thus olive the labor problem it from H L
there they wclothes?Bel cause it is nothing with -conduct acksonvilleVoluia Record Metropolis. Co. demand father Mr. Pensacola, on avisit and the True Democrat extends
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hirchber and bullrinsrelatives an d hosts of warm Tl-r that tulations and good wish to themthe 17th
See advertisement of Saulit Mr. into groups of berating, abuthe outsing, Mr. E K. H who ha been ssee boyhood friends. all.rr
contractors and builders, n this issue e Trunks and t woulDd content wit Mamthe W Cher and mother left s Mary izzi frll will t yur in and S

few weeks has be men andthe guest of her to hear the roar if every aspirant were Wedn esday for a wk' vacation. Hin t< be the at o MI ia (li, i call on,
placed with them will receive quick Co. These orgia frstc Heade & F.nM. Brumby will save you money andt th plany to give those desiring to do
wasthe best attention. Farmer high grLeebur, her the country tired and prices in new and second-hand Furniturev 2t.he lason opportunit uniquend arrn "old L. L. DMILLY

homer. Saturday by a telegram announc- Governor Napoleon B. Broward, who D R. Blocker in Lk City next week. ment we have een in the typwrer
a th rae death of her fathe r, J. H. C ery pent Monday issue of the Tnsacola ee Hn. Fred Tyes Myers, wife and Mas i the ble Foxsed and unclaimed, n 2t
Co.Pratt, editor of the., spent Leesburg Commast werek at eay morning at 7 o'clock for Tawelve pes r Blount, leaves to day for several f eight, good list of which is adver
ark and unday and Monday in Tahassee- a fied wiath onew and comment on owg to pressing cur- weeks visit to their on Selmat the ot Chi- t in the Bainbridge newspapers.. r .
LanaseeS, rent events, both home, State. and nat- cago where he holds a very responsible Col. Jon. Edmondson, of Tallahassee, 7 Room Cottage in best neighbor-
ha rtrnd homiona. John Collins has the reputation position withneof the large systems passed through our village last Monday hood in city; place n splendid re-

visit with relave here. Worth has While In Pensacola the governor re- ai lad cthy. chnes we have eoen, it ha fo double Pance.ncMrrd:
Hon. W. M. Holloway and son, Lu- of printing one wofthe best weekly a- of railroads that enter thatow coming into mar color ribbo n which at the will of tair; can have oeon at once.
their, will leave Sunday for Gainesville. o e in Florid nd and everywherat True Democrat wish them pleasant M Walker, of Tcanbemadetocll aee, who in Partis with small bys nd nt
where they will spend oneweekll. From he well deserves the success that is his. trip.h morning move mpet allownding some time with his apply. a
there they will goAtto Tampa to conduct rgrolusia Record. The customers to pre&Co. demand fathernateMr. W.or Walker singlate colored. H* t. L. G lY.
the State teachers' examinations. A fellow who takes look over the the best there i t linenly commuwhich ac- Home, n passed through ur villbts are lutbe
Subscribe to The True Democrat. fence into the Georgia guberntional counts for the famrbo Earl & Wsoc Saturday in his rvicini turn. GulThee prt n d. ast
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hirschberg and bulring is justifiedin hoping lle Methat such Colas and Cufrosadm.ekin wasthe ('orli. preezare, 17th. hat ther a
their little son Morton left last week rother Kck Contt will never ys: Well I pr in thebrands bcn,.s rried in t lawk I Mrs. W the bull-bat,nd t hiltrenis. 5if 80 1 hn DwN i
for Atlantic City to spend impeonhaverathe s about. The entire party is divided Buy the best. wCrrol ofre u from S of h l. exempts le
weeks. Later they will visit Mr. into groups of berating, abusing,flesh-s Mr. E. K.M leinbr, who has be en week. t e guests of Mrs..e ht and pre. al.
Hirschberg's old home, Philadelphia owie politicians, and it would content with the Western ictric Co. in New Mcribes Mary izzie of 6 rrell willoffe v, Ior st (r ins and Saws
Miss Miriam Pratt. who for the pat the impatient people who are compelled mYork for the pat year, home for Panacea tomorrow y or t both, at shlae t Repairing call on,
few weeks has been the guest of her to hear the roar if every aspirant were Wednesday for a wek's vacation. His to be the gut-st iot fMiss t Lillias, (' e1 Rarg
aunt Mrs. A. E. Colwell. in this city. defeated. Georgia politicians have made many friends ar. g. ad to see him back. at the pletaant Chairs ,'uttage
wal called suddenly to Leesburg. her the country tired -Tampa Times. Mr rank Cramer will visit Rev The latest and most unique arrange L. L. D 3 M I L
home. Saturday by a telegram announc- Governor Napoleon B. Broward, who D. R. Blocker in l.ake (City next week. mert we have seen in the typewrii 1r
Iug the death of her father, J. H. C 'spent Monday in Pensacola, left yes- Mr. W ,W .etter., of Vereen, wasi. in being us the visible C. ox maciic ni/1n-tf
Pratt, editor of the L.eeburg Commer- terday morning at 7 o'clock for Taill- thI c o an .u a" vr e- oi being usoted by C Da Robertso. na Nthu p.i....rt t de nd ee
hl. hasee. The governor was compelled ant visit. A..lways pleased to have 'uour, ioce of the Attorney General.Il ad- NOTICEof pikm for tax died under.
Mr. W. WA. Trammell of Tallahassee, to return at once owing to preying friends and subwribers call at the office dition to many features in which it our- t,. chapter 4- Laws of i as.
has returned home, after a pleaMln t business connected with his office. whe the city. all other ib w it n To) ANNIE CHAPMAN. AND ALL OTHI
visit with relatives here. Worth has While in Pensacola the governo re- whew the cnit. passcoalnohervischinesibweewvetn,in m has AP N.DcAncern-erd:.
give him the glad.hand, and are delight- ofrPenswola friends and everywhere ket. Two more ba. lescameto. Wells operator can be made to oscillate init ofta I l tifate No. Mdiateid lot do
id to know he s doing so well, being he was given a hearty greeting and cotton warehouse this morning. movement, .allowing either double an ma&. F lpiction fora tax dewI?'rs I
secretary to Attorney General Ellis.-- many regrets were expressed at the Just as we go to press we receive a alternate colors or one single color. f nSem-t .law.
Lakeland News. fact that he was eom lied to return so splendid and timely communication It is reported that bull-bats are bei,:'ad land sitated In lAon County. Florda.
Mr. Robt. J Phillippe has been out soon.-Pemsacola Journal, 22. from [)r. W. F. Yarborough, fromMic- shot in this vicinity. These spormrn n land. bsln a &'. ..-1SS e0lesi o.
ht wk i Jskie, on roadmaking, which will ap- are probably not aware that thor a the lins betwesm the m% d W at4
cutting intime on plumbing work. ropolis Kick Column" says: 'Well I pear in these columns next week. law protecting the bull-bet, but there it.hwlnshou thofthealine west .J54 J As
Is firm of Phillippa and Simpson have aven e about four drinks per. d," MisPs Pearl Carrol., of Tallahs Chapter 4967, Act. of 1901, exempts of ws "2o. toiwna i se.mtheFUDmSs i
mu.ed the services of Mr. J.-B. Tur- renamed an Od my -m last who has been spendin gmaevm days the bull-bat from being shot, and pr.- jlink s ea"t s. t"s-ies emn S~f

1411b wit th=ir ....ssg :' eeftt. day. That me almost lis IneDemila Demcmata d. the disacetion of the court. l et the o I"fri i i est tram Q0 *t
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e* el . 1aMus IM >obr. DOWd I Cheilfee, I. c., MAer L*
l3HueD VRYAT rFiRDAY MORNING. Dr. R. J. Brevard died yesterday
S3 MA VON SIafternoon at 2 o'clock at his home on
Momwhtgainsinlifein't.outhTryonstreet.He had been in
s wh gs th'nM t in If t s failing health nearly five month ad
'At a rrttin' 'bout his ob an' within' tins. had been desperately ill during the last
W" do",;_ three or four* weeks. Only his wonder-
Nie woks awy 'ith cheerful heart an' does his f Iu v t e On h| r 1il
I, best., indlpower of will had kept
An' sm keeps a-lamffn' and a-jokin' of th' ret. death fron him during the last fortnight
If tiubble ecnesM, why. he don't net an' rieve un- or nIor. He was on* of the most be
Ill h*e'*.i. s loved men in the city and his condition
H. up an* gets to work' n' to th' worst in ovw during the last few weeks was a matter
An you ta 1 hir,. ri'ndiy, It you're rof solieitude to the people of Charlotte
'st he's dwn,. generally. Dr. Brevard died in the
He sorter' -,My. 'at h-''. the lu'kliat communion of the Episcopal church and
ann I nawn. surrounded by the members of his
An' en he tell you what h-'. Aot 'nte'.w of what family.
I tael you h'. .i. ror me. a kinder rmmon itolmFrt Joseph Arevard was the young-
mafit,. Et son of the late Judge Theodore W.
'Atever''ixly like. himr 'rv., h,.e's r,.'e, rl',ni rir Brevard and Mri. Caroline Mayes Bre-
Th u he,, an' h,.,.rfue..t an' ru. ,man yard. Hle waMbornat Tallahassee, Fla.,
thrnulhtan' throth. December n15, 1948, and lived there until
Amer.rn HIme. 1862, when his parents moved to Cleve-
The w r land county, this State, making their
the Newswaper and the Demagogue.I home at Cleveland Springi. It was here
The supreme effortof the deniagogue that Dr. Brevard spent hin young man.
is to prejudice the people against the hood. liHe had three brothers. The
newspapers, If he can only succeed in eldest of these, Thexodore. remained in
doing that, he knows he will have plain Florida and became the most forceful
calling and can fool the people to the criminal lawyer and the most distin-
extent of his Inclination. The newspa- guished orator of his time in that State.
per is the one barrier thwarting the Ephraim, the second brother, was
success of the demagogue and other un- thrown from his horse in Lincoln county
dperving seekers after place; and a and died from the injuries received.
thoughtful people will debate wisely Mayes, the third brother, a young sol-
and well between one who seeks their dier at 16 years, was killed in battle,
suot in his own personal interest fighting with the Confederate forces in
mad the newspaper which warns against Virinia
him l' in th interest of the public Dr. Brevard spent his young manhood
good. The demagogue is but one man; at Cleveland Springs. After receiving
the people are many. He would nacri- an elementary education at home, he
flee the people's interest for his own; attended Davidson College. Later he
the newspaper would sacrifice his inter- went the University of the City of
est for the interest of the people. It New York as a student in the medical
s a questionwith the newspaper whether department. He was graduated in 1872
one undeserving man, one self-appointed and was elected valedictorian of his
and Incompetent "leader" should suf- clam. He wau brilliant as a student
fe', or whether the people shall suffer. and very popular with his fellows.
We hold the Interest of no man equal Immediately after his graduation Dr.
to the interest of the people, and if the Brevard returned home and practiced
people will permit us we will not allow for a short while at Cleveland Springs.
them to be fooled. The only hope of He then moved to Shelby, forming a
success the demagogue has to fool the partnership with Dr. Gardner, who was
people, and because he tries to do that an eminent physician of that section.
am because we know he tries to do it, After practicing at Shelby for a very
we "sit down on him." Is it any won- few years, he located at Lincolnton,
der he would try to prejudice you against where he practiced successfully until
newspapers? The newspaper is the the winter of 1881 In December of that
only thing that stands In his way. year he married Miss Mary Stoney, of
Can't you see through him?-Geneva Charlotte, and thereafter made his
(Ala. Reaper. home here.
lorida h" someof the :above. Dr. Brevard was remarkably success-
spoken-of animals that Floridians would ful with his practice in Charlotte and
do well tokep an eye on. incolnton and Shelby, both from a d professional and financial standpoint.
A. m. Nu veB atdsummie I ld. a With his ine, trained mind, excellent
A.J. Nusbaum. Bateville. Indi ana, jitdgment and cordial manner, he had
writes: "last mummer I suffered for no superior as an attendant ph yician
three months with a summer cold a) arl him practice was immense. Besides
distressing that it interfered with my he in an excellent physician, Dr. Bre-
business had many of the symptoms yard wan a good business man anti
of hay fever, ind a doctor's prescrip- more than a decade aso he ceased to
tlon did not reach my case, iid I took practice except among his relativesand
several medicines which seemed only to most intimate friends, devoting his
aggravate my case. Fortunately I in- time and attention to his increasing
s.ted upon having Foley's Honey and usainess interests He took an active
Tar and it quickly cured me My wife interest in the affairs of the city and,
has since used Foley'as fi*'y arid Tar as a politician and business man, did
with the same success Sold bhy ll much for the upbuilding of ('harlotte.
druggist. l)r lirevard was a man of strong
If Thous J. Land ihruwn is up to siuftf hari'ter and a striking Mprsonality.
he will have one of those alleged Ever- Il is ine' qualities of mind and all the
glade pump snakes on exhibit ion it the istintint of a gentleman he inherited
tate Fair to demonstratede the f' I frimn hi parents, Iboth of whom were
ity of drainage without sti.uandering the, mrnemerirsor diitig.uished families, his
tax payer's money 'There' II. he. oe thfi ,r leing an able lawyer and at one
thing doing at l'tll.tha1eee when141 the t i flit' (Comptroller of the State of Flor-
next ~ Legislature meets, and it will keep ida. With hi Kgentle breeding andti
the correspondentHs busy th i' greater reared in a home of culture and refine-
portion of the seM ion. The Florid.a n'nt, he cohlil not have been otherwise
gubernatorial andidatitenhave ii t really than tl' thorough gentleman he was.
begun their campaign yet. They are ie' wits asl Vntle an he was strong.; as
just trying their prIae to see howw' they lovable' Uts he' wa firm. liHe waI a moian
can trot. hort Talks. Tinmel's nic'li 'if striing convictions,. anid with tht'
!r Tl.J M (' rn al itigihf,'r. c'm uIrage' to express them. Hromlh-mind.ld
of Centerville, were' wanting their ii Tllia ", with iatineen onm- of justice, I WSt
hasoe friends yesterday., ah ts e crhter wcaused hwr to T.. les
Miss Pearl Wright the' peiulstr ste'. de ,ait. I a | political leader in the city
ographer to ( Ol1 WiVliai-n, l.-ft Sunlhty ,,,,,|l hl(1, fur himn the respect of a;ll.
for a two weeks' vacation to her honi. ( hrllltte) laily O(lmsrver.
In Auburn, Alit

unnecessary Expense.
Acute attacks or e',li ianld iiharrhn i,
come on without 'warning il Ipronptl
relief must o lee olittinii'l. 'ih r 11 lie)
necessity of intirring tlhen' ,e' ', o'f i
physiclan'iis m ervir,' in li i'i c:te:i if
Chamberlain's 'Colic. (Cho'lmre itlI I lhie r-
rhoes Remedy isl at haitd. A di(ime of
this remedy will rehlive the ipitntiit ie-
fore a doctor could arrive. ItI has never
been known to fail, even in t he most
severe andt daHngerous casess, nItl ni, fam-
Ily should IW without it l"-'r stile liv
lion. E. S. Mitthew., of the Stillrk
Telegraph, is lItng heartily eiilndiil hby
the State press fir the, spiekeirsh ip of
the House. No one, douilits that ha,
would make an e.xcllient I4resi6in hfl
cer... The frierndmi tiI lon. H. M.
Girardeau ofefferwne., niie IIurgmg ihim
to make te rare foillr P'rnldiit ,f tihel,
Senate. Mr. (iritruile;u i k ,iiL i 1t1 it
man of ability anid nil tl1tcle4 %. 1ill
thouldl he I-. <,'ct4'dl I lto ,'1 1 t. eieI'il 1.
sition he would eo maciqutil hlimn-s'lf ui it
reflect ihonorur u on I his I'ilstiii'tici'
Palatka Timte 1 heral i.
Summer Diarrhoea In Children.
I)uring the hot weather tf thel Mlmn-
mer months the first unnatural lomnwKnss
of a child's bowels should Icave Innmildi
ate as to 'chtek tlihedineia
before it becomes serious. All that is
necessary is a few doses of Chaumlwr-
lain's (olic. Cholera and )iarrhoea
Remedy, followed by a dose of castor
oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. 0.
Stockland, pator of the First M. E
church Little Falls, Minn., writes:
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for syv-
eal years and find It a very valuable
remedy, especially for summer disor-
Idls n children. Sold by all drug-

Why Fret and Worry
when \iiwr child has a severe cold? niit
1n1eed iit fear pneum'onia or other pul-
mueonary di.setases Keep i)ispplied with
litiihlrd's Ilorehound Syrup a positive
'urem foir c' t thn, colds, whooPiinf cough
Itnd ,roncihitis. Mrs. liall, 0 Sioux
Falln. S I)., writes: "1 have ti'ed your
weilt-rfutl liallaid' ilHorehound Syrup
fin my children for five years. It's re-
multe s hive, been wonderful." Sold by
all druggists. *
(;Gvernor liroward will not answer
liny of these questions. lie dare not
jittempt to.. He does not know what
thi coi t of his pet scheme will be, he is
" going it blind." If the State of Flor-
iiin weret an anse'nibl)age of businessi
hil'n, Ine'uttone(i to invfestnents and
t4 risking nimnv )nly on feasible pro-
ject there wouldI not Iee the Khost of
it shiw for the talilohti<>n ef the drainage
ann'iilhii' ihut the (;,vernie r is either
'iv'eI titiro'ly I ) ln'tlllie t. R t a mere
v iMti rv. il' ,'.st's e tit litn' (Il- vilitiar\ chetra ete'it r
f tfli' Ipeopl of Flhrida,. liHe may%
Itink In e' t ltix tye'rs will si admire his
'ot ir o tl the character of the' eoplil .
If P1 lo'ni lie nmay think ingilyh o
lrwn into their own" piwkeI- t and' h'lip
tI mlisil rt him in that pose when the
titert intlerven'e to prevent the "drain-
1g ItMsarel," if the people vote for one.
from rcenfiscating by taxation the lands
of pro,wrty owners within the "drain-
lg'e l dilstrit" to he thereby created by
it They certainly will do so. We pre-
fer, though, to believe the Governor
honest, although visionary, and totally
inexperienced In such matters. But he
has advisers, and thee 's "a nigger in
the wood pile." Smoke him out!-
Short Talks. Timea-Union.
Mr. A. B. MoAdoo, of I v Oak. t
*pe mf a blmine- eao amt Tatfa7 -
a-et, wbo" be ha many friemis.


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Jeff. D. Ferrell, S E A B 0 A R D

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of exp~erience..

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... -. train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers. Stateroom and Observation
ny Fence I Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York. via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
ill pay tou to see sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
re purchasing.
of the Ecinomy
ul. know it to b,e Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.

BEST and

('in he Ibuilt for less than
l.'i 're'ts a Rod.

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

Cream Vermfuge

Cream Vermifuge



UUweaS or Is~sYIOn..
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.


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For full information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write

Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. Passenger Agent.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad Co.
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ha*hu- I.Orfn dt( Ud and Cash held in tust by the Internal Improvment Board t

S S -..s .._. two or f. or .me-ad _ar.t. a..tI

eter than that baa to bte O.r. I'
Si- piSple o ,.r I a it ; s tht Ne ,

paout ~of tathis t h m eal g aloen t e aeA. p ll 71t day f,
to dralaa n .li rT twi. -...s *-**t sa *7M *' ** <* A. D. a9M

" t a s te Ite,~,l Im pat-on wears as o as two gallons Ati S LSMi T. ,FEEiEL.
ipstto the-ttal in"- e at a cost of $ $4 a o and t ,t a o th. amat csut, I on .,.t,. lrn.
o dind A ...'...o 1- -twogall ons more put-on at -to $4 a
internal u cement Fwad hoe ll .oaart that. The paint that M Wh.m L Y a scew
i aln his ortp o4 onlg aio to the o t "" e A. Bt Io b
ti is that the trustees woud p h t about gallon for t ose seous n an. elt cm against the late A. M
is about four dollars so ue gar, m as a double-sweet .". .* _0
Smucs sro"er Broeward assumesY a o= avred t 2tor 4 a th-tw ak, s ls. "a
There is roo I n i ar age aw Feies t&n m with Power ANUttrney, for Mrf. A. M.
o.edb the .M Legislature our in thae tNeh a t Ao0 ra. T ilgalen..DP rDi.. Aus rtDlt. U-.t
e sd e meu t s o wh for i chf the potal PS tGlo" a h sel or Pan't. t
Fir t ie a t the Internal Im. e o MY T. brother,
pFvemdent Fund to pay oct one cent. c hat The pbr int thatd Ga., TJ. W. Osace
But let as suppose t they will pae y on count "Old Hoes" sale of refused 4wha Bo 218, Elkin W A. .
their proporo. An aoe tax of and undelivered -'r eight. of h lastt ib0th
ye en on the land to obu d -ined 1ott, aGd Setmb ert; ui, Te BRICK! BRICK!! BRICK!!!
uld tr theo t uame out ouf t a 16 o a l i l for those uperfluou A pwo ha em t la A. N.
Internal s artemet w ld Ft% of $140000 for the commit t tary, home or store. SeePW

a ear. Afted the rst year or two list of e articles tobe sold in your local
So much ot or ye froard aum news rs r with courage d $7.0 F. . DepotY.
Thr ooisthe truntee rang fo t Youe tAe e Auo r sr fo Amtor, fo rrm A. 1.

mone by tt h las already l en o ont fori $2m ; Aro ln laMn, Ga. $1.404- Taahta-
Sthe tax pae wou have to se Fil. 1.0; EdI son, ain., $1. DA $8. 0 delivered in cityhi

quire to are Tr ustees of the In- Coltt Ga., write me at oe.0 century Quincy F.,brother,
tonal Improvement money. It would $1h25. Crrespondring t w rates from
becom nte exhausted bto pay out one pact of int aedlo tate points. kets to be sodORN

only ten cents An acre for t 0th, with nal limit for return ILMOR & DAVIS CO.,
u e too P mout Of the e f ae n of a im to to bargain llahassee,
Incost. Ie dral n shoul Fd cost on140 one formation. 44-mmary hom or t See
a year. Afr the frst ye ar or two it of article to old n your local

rna proement wu ha Rememr t ta of life
tw would they atet tony ndWe frmspaph or with pour p nt. Round 7.50 F. 0. B. De
GivOf course some mone could be raised Wt toxuim rateo people Cthbrs t a

bry tselli th already bter draining ifor 00; Arlington, Ga. er0 alla
I, t would bescfhavdeto age, Fla., ?.50; Ed"t, sa., q1.50; $8.50 delqtverto In city
yo bt, .o tho to exhauststh eIn- ColitthGa., 60 cents- QuincyeFla.

soo a y to p ntermediate point e io then theo bso- ri
underlay circumstance re for drainaelmost thinning, withat The Herald nows IL MORE T DAVI S CO.,
toafored sale, d i sold in a w notth ne about the matter. But it doTll es L
in a State that already has thirty time- know that ohe roposnd amendment con-
the m ladies could b drained at uld G.F. & A. s y. Aent for fur a their inlaee, a.
un th surp s t land sma t only one formation. 4 an the For Sale by
dollar fr aeso th i Truntsba of the In- mwer tl oea e n h

oteoal d mprovment Fund would hav e mbeobriie e ha*thestaff of life re-

toWe doubt w her the land 0, old under ment board without any limitatmpion as to ch
s uch circumstances would more than years or accountability t &o then. 26- eisla ou dew, lk
y for ts drainage. We doubt whether ture. In the humble opinion of thi pate
e St would get one ceut clear for r, that board im now v cothed with all slan
S sold under puws circudsttnces wt w whh

wWe desire to see If these lands saved stould befntrtesd an ifs the evr-M
for theoSta uin mtni th ke e ece thu bgarind on the problem, then the con-

dble.her iStunttiesasmounh poa or than that outlined in the pr miners around Fort ite su

they are drained now, as there would adopted. ab-Punta Gorda Htterald. But and Flora City, Florida, are
be if they remained in their present what attract line o mples in the paying laborers every Satur-
condition utdiotil needed. It would be window of Burnl is a reminder dayn l hondes ee mariu r
folly to prepare them for ale before that Fall Suits necessity nd Fo, ale byn
the demand for them became great urn & Co. are ting for you to big wages. 21-2tve-
enough to insure a good price.-Times- make yourdselecti, tan your measured
Union. and place your otder. . 26, ch
Of course some money could be raised y^ ^^ .V Don' t Have Your
by forselling the land af oubt whethe r draining it. WIthh b eo o'ft hly Ya eer Co 1

Have not the Drainage Board (te I. I. A few boarders who wish comforts- Cart Work BOTC
Board) some ret one cdents for selling ble and well kept rooms, good table At the Mill
lands cheap, as in the Barrf case, at 3 board, and a desirable location, apply to
cents; those Taylor and Lafayette Mrs. A. J. Geoghagan, opposite the WANTED-A ho hate
lands, among the best timbered in the capital. 43-t miners around Fort White
State, at a great sacrifice; and those A -perfectly ftted ylish arment TewbM BE nCAHolder
Jennings lands at 41 cents? With the is the best advertiseG t for the man- d loLit loiaar
ht to sell at an pre now, they please, ufacturer and his t therefore A
folly to prepare them for sale before that Fall Suits a n t necessity anda y. Goodohands are mkn g

thcourse they could sell and raise some Burns & Co. can affotingake you no ig ages."
money; but, would t be sufficent to other. Give them a ral. 26 b
keep up dra"ellinag the upland after rations? Does noting it. ar r

ve not the Drainage Board (t e Mr. A few boardernson was in the cty Gula- Cart Wo e e BCu
Bczars that ve precelades lands are ollng Wednesday and Thuroomsay. good table A Ghe Milarant havebu
be worth 50 ap, aser acre Yet theBarra case of- Rev. Frank Cramer and family and hundreds and build
fcials, who have power to do so, sacri their guest, Rev. D. R. Blocker of more every day.
flee lands, and they have the effrontery Lake City, spent two ays last wee at
to try to justify such action. The peo- St. Marks catching fish. For prices write
ple of l o'rda will take care of such Prof. E. I. Matthews was in the city .
Jofers in the future. The whole peo- Monday, the guest of Rev. Mr. Cramer. W H TAdki n rRn
hte cannot "be fooled all the while Suits of Clothin fro fifteen dollar
coure they cou sell and raise some. up ordered through & Co. will be P. Box 4
Exclusive territory will be given to reayntwo wee and satisfaction Tallahassee, Florida.
rei.ble autd industry ous man to repre- -- rial. 26
senthe claim Wasingo ton Lifthe Insurance
sions paid. Company issues every plan / rf)(@p d( y //t/
of contracts that des lanyds are other companywill Wedneay and Thu ay.
has. Address Justin It. Williams, 901 AND THE PLACE TO OET IT.
English-Am perican Building, Atlanta, he of- Rev. Frank Cramer and family and hundreds and uld

ciGal. who have powt "t's to doo you to write quickly if interested in a thorough, practical Bui-
e land. and they have the effront ness Eduity, n. Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewiting, Pn Art, etc., thor-
WrecB *eG. F. 9 A.--No 0* Ked. oughl tau, tb ahil ar'd ex perienced instructors.
Wednesday at about midday six cars SPE('cAli. I.> "NTS offered for the first 1o DAYS ONLY, begin-
of the G. F. & A. Ry. were ditched nipo ust 15. 1 g. F ticulars addressprce wrte
about four miles out of Tallahassee, the T THI iEM BUSINESS COLLE(i:, Tallahassee, Fla.
result of the train jumping the track
No one was seriously injured, although -
one negro who was trown about thirty C. uIE. SAULS, J. M. SAULS.
feet was badly shaken up. The passen-
ger trains were forced to stop at the .
wreck and exchange passengers and A I i -
mail and go backwards. The train was
coming from the n oth

Cildrem a iPalm
never cry as do children who are suffer- General Builders and Contractors.
ing from hunger. Such is the cause of
aI babies who cry and are treated for
from busa Repair Work and Painting
food not being assimilated, but devoured H
sAfewrgs-,oe e Buildings a Specialty. ni
eiae to thriveat oem. ..- To
_ y a h Contracts for work in the country P
... "," and satisfaction in all line*

Reduced Prices.

We are now offering our flg8d

lawns and odds and ends of other dy

goods, laces and embroideries at great

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line oftI

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,
Monroe Street.
Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car.
es a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and LdAes
sits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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

Cleaning and

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
hant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
nd get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
Lr, etc., from all kind of wearingapparel without injury. Price e3.



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*" .. A Cup of White Ro***e or Ism Labe
Noca and Java Co.e
in what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
S one knows that only good groers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
S*lves, and so can stand by them.
CO~ M J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.




ot and cold baths unsurpassed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
ng water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard k Isw.
telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stable. iAdy
avillions. Boats, etc :
als. meml.... -tn1 M1il from Live Oak, on io Oa &
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Reduction in Prices.

Iron Beds have become very popular, so great
has the demand increased that we have bought
an immense stock at figures that allow us to
make you astonished by low prices.

Beds that usually retail at $5.50 we i
fer you at $4.00 and we are offering a i
$6.00 value at $4.25.
We intend to make more money on Iron Beds by
the price and selling more beds. We expect to double
in this line in 30 days. Low prices will do it. Come

now of-

our sales
and see.





Buggies made in Georgia.
lina. Buggies made in Virginia

Buggies made in North Caro-
t. Buggies made in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now in transit.
Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything in leather needed on the farm.
Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles
and Saddle Blankets
Turpentine and Mill Men will find what they want here.
The best in Heavy Harness.

South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Telephone No 291








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