The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906.

-O. O ,Me.wmssat; Honesty

paatd. bt w t e awere Mdi
l pf vem4s 9e Apd staad m0ost m a111a' cli that wea t
---- poatset was- obtalwad, that we woo
o h r get a det d to the land covered by th
TOt UsUh: I hava read rwesltlon.
With teaktenst yer aeournt of the Whan the United States pstet w,
dbat between Gvernor Broward and obtaiadby the State tothe gvamadk
MWtho ait Pmaecson A August 30 in August ofthat year, the writer we
an a du d amtioni and i to the Board of Internal Imovamea
l apt is o the showing the resolution ofta prvo
in his id that the b roa rvn t 1,000 aer sou
railroads were tr total from the of township 5, and asked a dead to I
State the lands n th Everlades. The chairman of the board, Gov. W.
As I have had charge of all the lands Jamn ag, told the writer, In the pro
of owe of these roads-the Florida East nea of the board, that the resolution
Coast-for nearly twelve years, and am was not worth the paper it was writti
eoaversant with the laims of this cor- on, as "this board did not recognize t1
pay, I ask your courtesy in making right of the Legislature to grant AN
known to the public geenrally, through lands to any railroad company, and thi
your columns the reali state of thea we could not have any unlswe bougi'
elaims and the position taken by the them; that all the lands were for sal
Florida East Coast Railway Company. This company at once took atp t
LANDS BOUGHT WITH ROADS. prevent the sale of lands reserve fc
Our company boht the Jacksonville, t under the resolution of February
S ut a n 1897.
St. A utine and alif River Rail- ith the ex tion a mall body
w al ittle later the StJohns Rail- marsh land deded to the Jackonvil
lan i ta r te Jnr il- and Atlantic railroad the Florida Ea
way with 42,000 acres of land; then Coast Railway. Company h.as never r.
the St. Johns and Halifax River Rail- ceivedo .cre .. ..
way, with 110,000 acres of land, and ceuved one acre or land from the Stat
later on the St. Au stine and Halifax UNJUST, UNFAIR, UNDESERVED.
River Railway' with 45,000 acres of Other than the effort to prevent b
land; a total of 110 miles of railroads injunction the saleof lands reserved fc
and 251,000 acres of land. The former this company by the resolution of Fel
owners of these railroads were paid ruary 7, 1897, no effort has been mad
full value for their roads including the nor action taken "to steal" the land
lands. of the State; hence I leave it to all jus
The unsettled claims of these roads, and fair-minded people if I am not just
based on the land grants of their re- fled in stating that the Governor a im
spective charters, aggregate 221,473 mutations against one railway in th
acres of land as now due them by the State are unjust, unfair and undeserved
State for railroads built on the specifi- These are the facts. From them it i
cations of the Board of Internal Im- easy to gather that the Florida Eas
provements and accepted by their en- Coast Railway Company has receive
gineer. no lands up to the present time fror
These short railroads were consoli- the State of Florida. The lands whcl
dated under the name of the Jackson- it received with the roads which it pur
ville, St. Augustine aqd Indian River chased it paid for. It entered into
Railway; the guages were changed to contract, in good faith, with the Stat
standard and connected up; bridges of Florida to build a railroad, provide
were built at Jacksonville and Palatka the State of Florida would give it cer
over the ,St. Johns river, and through tain lands. It has complied with it
train service established. In 1892 the part of the contract, and it only ask
extension of the railway to Rockledge that the State of Florida shall oompl3
was bu nm with its part The State, through it
Th Leislatre on May 1, 1898, gave representative, and not through its peo
a special grant for the railway from pie, have declined to carry out its obli
Stm a to Key West under the name nation. Therefore we have been comr
JaLckson lle, St. Augustine and pulled to ask the courts to protect us ir
d Rive Railway, with a grant of our rights, which is the right of ever)
,w, ares per mile, providing same citizen of this State. Is there any
was built within five years, also pro- "steal" in this? J. E. INGRAHAM.
vdlng that the lands accruing under St. Augustine, Fla, Aug. 24, 1906.
the charter should be deeded by the The I. I. Board through its spokes
Board of Internal Improvements as rough its spoke.
rapidly as every five miles of track was man, Governor Broward, lays great
completed and accepted by the Board stress upon the discovery made by Jen
of Internal Improvements, this grant nings that the drainage of the Ever.
being subject to prior grants. glades is "a matter of contract" be
I XTNDING THE ROAD. tween the United States and the State
opened to Ruaryledge the railway was of Florida; but the Board, instigated
Internal Improvement sent their en- by Jennings and dominated by Broward,
gineer over same to inspect it, and he his echo, deliberately ignores the obli-
accepted it, and application was made nations of the several contracts, made
tthe board for las accruin under by the Legislature and recorded in the
the charter, with the reply t at the
only lands they could give were in the solemn language of the statutes, grant.
Everglades; that they did not have a ing land to those who have mide habit-
:tent from the United States to them. able, by the building of railways, vast
t would consider our claim as soon as regions of wilderness that now v e
patent was received regions of wilderness that now |a
patent was received.
In April, 1894 the railway was opened with population and human industry.
to West Palm Beach. Is not one contract as binding as an-
The 124 miles of railway from Rock- other? And is it not high time for the
ledge to West Palm Basch was exam-
ine and accepted by the State engineer plain people of Florida, who have, with
shortly after its completion, and again their posterity, been thus benefited by
the board were asked for lands earned human enterprise, to rebuke such of-
under the special charter, but without facial blundering and inconsistency?
result.Thca n -andering and o nso b ven g
In 1895, immediately after the great They can-and should do so by voting
freeze. of that year, the road was ex- down the unconstitutional and dishonest
Tended to Miami, on Bay. 66 drainage amendment.
-'miles, opening for operation the through -..--- .. m ..
line, Jacksonville to Miami, 366 miles. Torture by Savages.
in April, 1896, same being accepted by "Speaking of the torture to which
the State engineer, son.e of the savage tribes in the Phui-
BOARD'B RESOLUTION. ippines subject their captives reminds
Again a request was made upon the me of the intense suffering I endured
Board of Internal Improvement for the for three months from inflammation of
lands, aggregating over two millions of the kidne s, say W. M. Sherman, of
acres, earned under the special charter. ushin Me., N nothingg helped me un. -
After considerable effort, a resolution til l tried Electric Bitters, three bottles
of the Board o Trustees of the Inter-. of which completely cured me." Cures
nal Improvemett Fund was obtained, liver complaint dyspepsia, blood dis-..
as follows orders and malaria; and restores the
"Raesolved, That all the lands granted weak and nervous to robust health.
to the State under the act of Septem. Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c.
ber 28, 1850, lying and being south of Tae ~w icc me ta Jacasmnille.
township 56 south, and situated on the M. Dzyalinsk an M r. ish,
mainland of this State, be and the same Mr. Dha onghky and Mr. Wahnish,
are hereb reserved for the benefit of 'i who have ought up much tobeo in
the Florida ast Coast Railway Corn- .;Leon and adjoining counties, and who
rea r tvin the rightsof actualset- intended to pack and west it here in
'ow on land so set apart and TaLahassee, were obliged to take it to
|-----, Jacksonville, as there were no houses
S ereby certify that the above and here large eno h for the purpose.
W i b a true copy of the resaolu him that hat .shall be ven, and
tiaSadtd by the Board of Trustees to him that hath not shal be taken
of the Internal Imorovement of the away even that which he hath."

State of Florida ata meeting held on Mr. B. F. Maxwell ad Mr. J. F.
te 1 day of FebruaWM. I18 Moore, two of Leon's foremost citizens
,- gt-d "or of T- INt r, l and farmers, made us pleasant visits
. radtryf ord ofTrust" s Internal just as we were going to press last
Sbodd of Fweek That's right, gentlemen of old
reservation .covered a body of Leon visit.your newspaper office when
W _66 acres of land, cr len than 8 per you come to town. There is always a
a-'of the lands accruing to the Jack- welcome for you.

us Justice to AllSpeclal Privileges to None.

.e s* trai poto to gl* ta free rida to
he Camped With a wf1 closelyy 125 rts.w.w Is fr**It Nas kM es.
S* a s was s e lterpreted fores the railroads to pay coveed N*w to Bav Theate
e La f for their own travelag
Sa when they travel over other At WU
. -V*lW roads unless sch a te can A consid- Humn bra s ar t M

SY wan 'o k tabon that, smboy: nSt 6s 1 iWo man thiks aa ereat
wq s ,iNEW Po. i tsI reret the g ing ; t o e human m

bTo thea RIa ln New York." forbthi r e vie The great oft
th l* armly of deadheads must learn to pay or hItsht la
It. The half ftestatte chorus of "Put stay at home, and thaam y lhastiean mie a minute tot,
S. Me Off at B al" eame back Monday twi It thet ros t o ncd e e d dr nor"ZS-l -
a- to many a man who had planad erallecured a pas wl bo content braimte o of theb
e way journey to seaabore and mountain, pay his way again. But some of them rusted and com u.. te Is esm.al
M Many a wary worker who had post- mut larn. esblished o after rest or
Y pond his vacation trip to the tall of REDUCED RATES STOPPED. Dr. L Brnton has
th season learned with horror that if Not only free passes but reduced rate how to have at will. It want
She must ride he must pay tickets under certain conditions are cut to rememba r something that as
e r '- off Th pilroade Ptd an order your miId or toforea wiaWleja
o or the are no more passes. Monday that no more half-rate tickets to work, either lie down or ha r
r edt has gone forth. The blow fell on incases of distress would be issued un- head low. Better still, in itra
7, Mondaynd afer midnight the mile- ls the request wre accompanied by cases, stand on the head.
of ehusted m ticket. Te aarnes who have been accustomed hard day' work, wa eomplld to
e will be even as a greasy deuce ina dirty to traveling at half price must pay full ish an important medical treaties He
"t deck. ., t h ;n=_.*- -- rate. The blow fall alike upon the sat down with pen and PaerT re --
S ngress did t. The interstate just and the unjust when hi brain quit work. Not
ei. mee act, known amiliarly as te rate But the all-w se Congress, in its de- would come, nor could he write a W d.
bill, filled the new pers for weeks, sire to aid the poverty-stricken, made "My brain i the a e yesteay
y ut the publi heed. not or, heedinJg, one exception. t permits the oicials he thought. "It worked well n.
r ed to realize ts awfu possibilities of the Standard Oil Company to receive Why not now? It must be bee m
b- ra y ro w horn nf nther us of te passes throughout the union. Perhaps circulation is bad because of my
Ie ied hus, t sorn, thetr reb tls d nd thae innocent little "rider" in the bill ness."
s forgot their own Imtemndin disasta overlooked, but it is there. The He studied the problem for som.et
.t For th ri.. obe rtpenp di. s law provides for passes for officials of and came to the conclusion that, I
r the rate bill eut off alpsses be "common carriers." and in another cerebral circulation was so poor that
tween tates and armed the pass r paragraph the Standard Oil Compan s there was no mental activltyt e aist
e twt' a nM^w excuse for refusing made a "common carrier." The suff er- create the circulation. If the blood
S -i-ttlo b f blue paper. I .. pin public may console itself that when would not flow to the brain he would
Is th of the roads are o imn g with Joi n D. and his family take a pleasure force it there. So he put his head down
t is provision, while some ea t at it trip it will not necessarily add a cent to on the table, and the ides began to
d is not operative until the 1st of Jan- the price of oil.-Jacksonville Metrop. flow at once. After tea taintl h
mn "'r., lis. thought he had enough ideas to start
h "PAY, PAY, PAY." ----^'-- the article, sohe re reedhi b heaa
It's all off. The hard-working law. eep othe Sa Side* bnt the ideas flowd away. He fliad
a maker may ride if hg will between the There is said to be a skeleton in every his treatise by resting his head n th
Sconfines of his constituency and the eity closet. Whether this is true or not t table and writi.
d of the State house but if his soul yearns is true that every life has its own pa. While It requires some time for any
Sfor a journey to Wrightsville Beach or culiar wories and trials. organ to respond to the order of th
to gay New York, he must dig dep into We look on the outside and consider brain, the sphd of thought I much
f hil jeans or contest his soulswith yearn. certain persons very fortunate and much faster. Helmbolts dise ed that a
y ing. The heavy shipper, in whose pocket more happily situated than ourselves, tho ught wave travels me of nerve at
Shas repo thd aialover many roads, But in the long run it is proven that they a mnue, white H th a
must hie him to thh, ticket asll andt have difculties we are never called upon waa racognisa d bcaura
deliver up his pune. The ward heeler to master. No life a dmpe .... .- i .iwi _*f a.
and thm counciman, even while remem- The world is fullof trouble, but e Htt
n, being franchises given without price to also full of sunshine. Each day renamuw a th.rity expwimenterh.
y thi octopus or that, must stay at home our blessings as well as our trias that thd brain ation laont to
y to gae upon the destruction he has Nothing is so inspiring and whol on of the sense am 1y-lOO o000tash a s
wrought or seek out the little ticket as a cheerful countenance, accompanied Of this, 40-1000 of a second Ias semaed
window and pay, pay, pay. by friendly handelasp and a kindly word. by the act of recognition, and -54000
The news per man f Ah, there was If we were all constantly on the Gloomy to responding.
Stha most ukindest cut of all. Many a Gus order what a dreary world It would All great rains have their pecuM r- ,
t pusher of the pen retretired to his sanc- be, but fortunately there are plenty of ties and their weaknamses, rpeullng
- tum Movndiay, and taking out his well- cheerful persons to offset the pessim- from unconscious brain action.
. worn annual paseo gaed fondly and re- tic variety. Dr. Johnson, the great philosopher,
gretfully as upon the cold corpse of a Keep on the sunny side of the street was terribly afraid of death, and bt
' departed friend. Many a reporter who and look pleasant even ifyoudon't feel all his philosophy could not overseas
Shad nured the hope of a vacation well so. "Assume a virtue if you have it the horror, and would not permit deth
I earned, a journey to some well-stocked not." Presntly it will become a habit to be mentioned in hi praesenee. Ala
stream away from births and deaths and you and those around you will be he was superstitious. He would = t
Sand all that makes the deadly dull rou- all the better for your cheerfulness. enter a room with hisa left foot fore-
* tine went hopefully to Uhei boas, to learn Exchange.r d most, eand if by accident hi took th
That even hustlers on the street were -.- ---. first step with his left foot, he stepped
not beneath the notice of the great. Dctt n are Pald. backward in sudden terror and entered
Whether to ride and leave no eash for The remarkable recovery of Kenneth with his rih foot .
food, or aty at home with cash but no Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me., i the sub- Julius Caesa, to whom the music of
vacation-that is the question which ject of much interest to the medical great battles was sweet, trembled at
must be confronted. fraternity and a wide circle of friends, the sound of.thunder and built cellars
The edict roaches further. The ad- He says of his case: "Owing'to severe under his house where he might hide to
vance agent of the show, bediamonded, inflammation of the throat and congea- escape the sound. Queen Elisabeth,
word y promising much splendor, must tion of the lungs, three doctors gave ore of the most fearless of woman,
pay his coin for fare like the lowliest me up to die, when as a last resort, I trembled like a leaf at the sound of the
chorus girl. The clerks in railroad of- was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis- word "death," and Talleyrand shivered
files, whose weekly trips to springs cover, and I am happy to say it saved and changed color n many battles,
and sister cities have made them the my Ife Cures the worst coughs, screamed and fled at the sight of a cat,
envy of their fellows, must spend their and colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis, weak while Peter the Great would not cross
Sundays where the soda splinters in the lungs, hoarseness and la grippe. Guar- a bridge unless it was absolutely nec.-
glass or hie them to the ioof for enter- anteed at all dhugiists 5c and $1.i(). ary, and then crossed in terrible alarm,
tainment. The mandate of the law- Trial bottle free., t* ing weak and sick afterward from
makers in Congress assembled has for- the terror.
gotten no one. Only the officials of Th.news~iaperesf theSt.teare'show- (ne of the commonest freaks of the
common carriers may journey from ing most remarkable strides, especially, brain is that the memory will be ex-
State to State and heed not the voice tthe many publications in the smaller tremely retentive in some things and
Sof the conductor crying "Tickets" towns the columns generally are well entirely defective in others.
kAlROADSI PI'ST NOTICEs filled with splendidly written advertiM.- O)ne great American physician, re-
at iend. Manya re e wo meats, while the local newn is gotten cverins from a severe illness, found
Those in Atlanta, says the Georgian up in spicy and attractive manImr that that he had entirely lost the power to
of that city, who had forgotten were lsp-e aks well for the editors andt man- slteak or write proper names of any
reminded forcibly on Monday. On the agers of the weekly papers throughout substantive,. but his memory supplied
walls and pillars at the railway stations Florida. -Tampas erald. him with adjectives readily. He over-
were posted notices warning passengers .tU 1. care his difficulty oy designating any
to present no interstate mileage books A Scieatlc Woader. on." of whom he wished to speak by
to follow Accompanying the warning The cures that stand to its credit clin hi by his sie, the color of his
as the reminder that such criea make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a ien- r or b phyic pecull-
punishable by fine. and both the railroad tifc wonder, It cured E. R. Mulford, aritie 's Chica o
and the passenger were liable. Con- lecturer for th Ptrons of Husbandry. Mr. Thomas H. Hall came up from
ductors were ordered to take up such 'Wynsbro Pa..ofa distressing case Panacea Springs Monday and is spend-
tr ansportation and collect full fre. of piles It heals the worst burns,. a short le at h excellent on
Even tickets in exchange for adver- s ores, boils, uler, cuts, wounds, hi- ounty country home, look after colo
tising are abolished Monday morning blamm and salt rheum. Only d2o at all lecting rent. and getting thEahome t
the busmeas managers in many cities druggstt ts. ,, t shape to receive his excellent family
received circulars from the various Few business men have more to con- about the first of October. Mr. Hall
roads, ordering all contracts cancelled tend with than an editor The only and family have occupied their comfort-
andwarningthepaperstousenomileae means the editor hatof making a living able Rock Landing cottage at Panaes
or other transportation after midnight. for himself and family is by selling since the first of June.
It was stated that new advertising con- space ingn- s the columns of his paper lls Amgon nt wasaso woa.
attracts would be arranged in a short newspaper columns are the same t ham been spthendg a season t St. TileaS
time. aTmfs the shelves of dry goods are to the peand who returned homeMdta we
There but on ry f light in the merchant. No one think of asking the Mr T H. Randolph Mr .
gtloonmy horionfor the pass mur. The merchant to give him the i.t a goods ns, Mis enouh and Mr. B. A.Mko he
terstate law takes no cogniunce of a from his shelves, but few ere tnehey whons, Mrs. Set n Mr B e Mn
tnp within the boundaries of a 8tate e. .;, o ... my. ..- i Mr. Su Archer id M
kA11KA`AnRPlitT %AV~-VU illd wth slenidl wrttnavrie egetAmicnpyca.r.

the roads are free to use their own en" h il Palmers, and Mrs. Eugene Perkl and
discretion in such matters Wheheer ce free n his paper. ayo Free child.
t roads will evade the spirit of the Mr. John Moore came over Sdam*
act by issuing passes to theState line Chief Langs on spent Sunday in from Quincy to spend the day amo
and from .Itate line to other points Woodville. friends in the city.

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S|j ^ e. L When Mr. Napoleon B. Broward as-. New Oanss whmr-nueest Ae S 1. asnoraae of the aletmtlas whie it Ltl 3s
Assumed the duties of Governor, he en- The people of Florida will vote the 4rilydec mres, that th objecJwtolMns to the a coet to
PUIJUNRD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. tered into a contract with the State of fall election pre position to easte a draameseheme are s l"beseless." a e
Florida. For considerations stipulated, commsson that wI investigate the squa, mme t
t m Ueeond Ci NsMant.r March 1905, as*t he was to be paid a certain suin. If possibility and advisability of draining Th e Tpes-DemIodrt edltorsal bears *p oeewau
the PoSt os. a Talis.esee. Forid. unde the State refused to pay the salary the Everglade, the great swamp in the ear-marks of similar gross igno gas, andr
Ast Coese...r March s 7. i fixed bylaw, what would Mr. Broward Southern Florld'. which covers million ra ncerl the real conditions ex- were scattered 5 tm he .
do? Under like conditions a railroad of acres of labd, oleved to be rich anditi in Florida Thhe pwer poed andas of th Lbsio o
in k Tloephome BuIdin, Corne Adam and asked the court to compel the State to fertile if the water can be drawn off. ii lo The powers proposed were "ADl to
c slto street.. Tephon No. ,io observe her part of the contract or to It is proposed to endow the commission by the amendment to be conferred upon Msqtre was too.
ctm trt.t oe that the pa. rty of the second part with great titude of action. It. ma a drainage board only slightly resemble ThJ t a' M i
had failed. For this Governor Broward 'drain or not, as it sees fit; it may befn those of the boards of Louisiana and any one. There weren O M
subscrptm. 1^A *r Yaw. in Advane*. b reported as having sid that the rail- the work a> ose, esdefer It inuente- Missippiwhih do not possess anyft
A4^ ernor tell us what course he would pur- and leave the rest unreclaimed; it may legislative powers which are the exclu- preferred dramatic or comlo reetatims
"me Tre Dsemncrt tihe offkich Newsep w ue under like conditions? impose a speelal tax of ten cents an sive constitutional prerogative of a leg- there was an extract frarm Dur' IL
of Leme C*.uy. When Napoleon B. Broward was sher- acre on such persons as will be bene- islature; ten cents an acre tax is not and Mr. Hyde, as well as other.
iff of Duval county he had a contract fited; it may sell any and all reclaimed iill re too, ra
Tallahlasui, Friday, Sept. 7, 196. with both State and county, the amount land at private sale; collect taxes; mpsable upon uch person as where and there asuffl gently tpt to
of his compensation being fixed by a carry on irrigation work after drainage be benefited," but upon many whose make the program varied ad 8 ey.
The Oaa anner a ,k:"Who fee bill. Having accepted the contract, is completed, and perform many other lands cannot by any possibility be bene- The music was furnished by the two
The Ocala Banner askit: Wo was it fair to ask that more be paid duties. In other words, it has the great fited. No answer is given or attempted large, excellent, clear sounding, one
going to write Florida's Democratic and to seek more from the Legislature? powers granted to levee and drainage to the several "questions" recited ex hundred dollar Victor talking mach ,
platforra?" Would this be "stealing?" The rail- boards in Lauisiana and Mississippi, he questions recited one owned by Mr. Miller, the other by
Road has not done this. It has only and which have been found necessary cept in the same airy and inconsequen- Mr. Elliott who is agent for this excel-
"Publicity" in at least an necessary asked that a contract duly entered into to enable them to do any effective tial style adopted by the Age-Herald, lent machine and their records, and
in the management of State affairs as be observed by both parties unless it work. and the glib use of the epithet "pre- takes great pleasure in exhibitingthem.
in the regulation of the trusts. Times.- can be shown that default has been The proposition has the strong sup- r i eths n re The audience was not moved directly
committed. Is this wrong? port of Governor Broward, but we are posterss" The methods and results by the sound of the sweet music; they
Union. ,,,,,, ... ... When Napoleon B. Broward patriot- hearing the usual objections to the im- of Mississippi river region drainage (by stayed until eleven p. m. The music
The Times-Union says: "The 'cus- ically and philanthropically served the provement; and the opposition to the simply confining the waters of that was certainly enjoyed by all present,
tomar' methods of the Internal m- people of Cuba, he entered into a con- proposed drainage has tried to create a great stream within gigantic and costly and the Gas Co. is well remembered.
enaryo metnoas rd are nusitrna Is-i tract, and he demanded that this con- diversion by asking the following ques- levees bear not the slightest resem-
provement Board are unbusiness-like tract be observed to the letter. Was it tions: levees) bear not the slightest resem- The State Fair.
methods." "stealing" to take pay so earned or Will the drainage of the Everglades balance to those projected and promised I premium lists of the great Florida
t.ow g g o. o f a n property s acquired? cause climatic changes that will do by the Everglade drainage scheme. State Fair, to be held at Tampa No-
Supt. Holloway's suggestion of an ed- As a member and stockholder of the harm of more cost than the land to be Immigration and settlement, which fol- vember 14 to 29, are now ready for dis-
ucatlonal day at the State Fair should firm which has a monopoly of the ferry reclaimed will be worth? To whom low the Mississippi methods, would be tribution, and hundreds are being daily
be adopted and the Tribune nominates service for the people of Jacksonville, will the land belong after it is reclaim- w e ent out to prospective exhibitors in
Mr. Broward entered into a contract ed? Does the State now need the land, physically impossible in the Everglade sent out to prospective exhibitors in
Mr. Holloway himself as chairman a with the city With go reason or or would it be better to wait until there' region, even if the purposes of the Brown has spent months in rearrang-
committee to carry out the idea Tam- without, there were delays on his part. is a larger population, Would the drainage board could be successfully ing the lists, comparing them with those
pa Tribune. le "did not come to time" any more placing of so much larid on the market of the greatest fairs of the country an
A---- -r than the railroad did. Hut the public depreciate the value- of the other land consummated, as the region now at- of the greatest fairs of the country andeds
Appearances ar deceptive The man accepted his excuses, granted exten- owned by the peoplee'" ave any thor- tempted to be drained, consisting of a sepurin est kers f n alunparts of
with the shiny coat sleeves and patched shioni of time and condoned defects in ough surveys been armde showing the large area of muck almost impossible the Union. As a result, it may be
trousers may be the editor of your Io- service' Now that the. public failed to bent places tor the location of drainage to reduce to cultivation and occupation., truthfully stated that the lists are more
cal paper, while the one wearing nie,, take advantage of such opportunities, works? Would the h.ind sell for more center of a vast expanse of complete than any ever issued by a
Mr hroward is enforcing his contraa't if put on the rnark,.t ten, twenty or lies in the center of a vast expanse of complete than any ever issued by a
clothes and silk hat i likely n, of hi n njoys the benefits .f it. If the thirty years hence th;a if offered within undrainable swamp, where no sensible artiate fcular attention has beenirivento
delinquent sublscrilwrs. city sought to e sncipe it res onsihili a year or two? immigrant would consent to settle. every department-agricultura hborti-
Suprv'so o.. .. U twes, what would Mr. lrowearI and his l'here have been jit debates on this -- cultural, industrial, citrus fruits, edi-
Supervisor of registration Kellam r,.,,arny do? Al'al to the courts? subject between (;o rnor rroward and Paull 0. Stensland, absconding presi- national, live stock, mineral, woman's
has made a list of all registered votersn That what the, lEast ('oast Iailway the opponents of the niiprovinent. It dent of the looted Milwaukee Avenue work children's department, etc.-and
in the county upon the order of (;ov. S. done Is there a I.btter way.' Is is needless to say in Loisaiiana, where k. w arrested on September :ki t no products or articles of any kind
it "stealing" to apk for enitract rights, much work (if t t.i ,riId has already *" was arrests,! on September 3d at no products or articles of any kind
Broward. Thene amevoterm.otnow rt. maylin"tonatfrontract rights, much work of this kin) hasml ready r b r.ireaentative of the known to Florida are left out. The
wrd Ths sam vters, a signedd and seale,'d if .if wlvy Idoes been donee, that the, ojtatois contained Tangierrs ity a r pre.entativ of 0 the known o Flr aein v leftrydepart
expect a bombardment of EverId Mr. irowrwrd claim such rights? If in the questionss ask.l ar.e rnot worth a Chicago Tribune and Asistant Sate of the jud n e
drainage literature. I'alatka Ne.ws. not, why doi.s G;ove'rnnor Browardl say minrint's consideratiuii The idea that Attorneyv ols.n, of Chicago, and the fifteen days before the fair, and none
Did our ex-Governor mnak.e hinmslf it rt 'lw ir s -t st-al by corning tw dra inge of a s all ect ndio r incident has created widespread inter- but the most experienced, capable and
Didh ore rntaas Siuare ;nrl,.irne -Unien. da ",ill change- cli at ivcondit ions is
heard at Madison Square Garden' A kind of rpiation of an honest too p,re,.sterous for a moment's con- est all over the country Assistant At- fair-minded judges will be allowed to
Tampa Tribune. v i he 110i'-(risiddration, and it is a wonder that those torney Olsen has made demand on the hore ril hn tl themt looimiticiate.
hafe to presume h. ,did, ts he yeri,nr- o, trai.it, Iv',dls i t h se.me'r A nd was it who suggested this <,Il not pretend that United States Government for a war- tic fair workers is the number ofcoun-
ally makes himself h.ard. and .fi.t, too, "t iv by th. J.nnins gn. it would unfavorably affect the moon.ship on which to bringStesland back ties thatare making arrangements o
forthat matter. William Shernicnman Je'n. whoe.ne adlmiinistratintn i.gan the repueii- We have drained twenty tim is as much ship on which to ling Sterisland back ties that are making arrangement. to
forthat matter. Wil am Sherflrinan Jon-re i ing Iumine'ss land ahling the MiAsno ippi river in the to the United States. The request was participate and compete for the grand
ings still has a powerful influence in ame condition as the Everglades with- made through Governor Deneen, fol- rizes offered On Moed, nderay a total
public affairs in Florida. and he most n ut the faintest suspicion of any cli- lowing a series of communications be- others are expected to line themselves
always can work things to get "W S. honeto contract, too, which was reIog- mari effect. teen the State and federal depart- u before the end of the present week
J. into affairs. nize-d by every public official in Florida The propoistion that the recovery of tween the tate ad feder Ia depart- up onfdentlexected of that there wil
Until after he had succeeded in collect- so much swamp land may have a ten. ments It is understood that Morocco beIt is confidentedly at the fair not less thawill
Editor Dodd will iuea lare illu- he m ad utdency to depreciate the value of land will be asked to surrender Stensland as ten more counties than were repre-
Editor otddwillisue a large illu- inig the, olaim, and until .Jerinins had it already drained probably exerts more a friendly act, there being no extradi- sented at the Georgia State fair, the
treated trade edition of hi Citizen-e- repudiated? influencein organizing an op ition.Ity c there be no xtrad- ent at the Geogia State fair, the
porter on October 16th. It will contain Governor Broward's position relative is probably feared that the Florida land tion treaty with Morocco, therefore such largest ever held in the South except-
4 pages and be printed on extra good to those lands was first invented by the market will be oversupplied and that a friendly act must be granted in order in the Florida Srgat nme fair of launti year
paper and there will be 10,( coie Jenningsthis may cause a depreciation in values. o get the fugitive back to this country. peting is due to several reason, amon
p Columbia county will e greatly pief Jennin board. Here also we can safely tell our friends them being great success achieved in
ef. Columbia county will he greatly W CONPLY WIT UST. f lorida that they have nothing to Letter to County Commissioners. conducting the fair last year, assuring
benefited by it, and Mr. oild should be' fear. The great work of draining and
liberally helped financially in this under- Stateof Florida, Executive Department, reclaiming lands on the Mississippi and Gov. Broward has issued the following ankeven larger attendance e of home
taking in behalf of Lake City and Co.- Tallahassee Aug. 25, 1906. the Gulf coast of Louisiana, in the letter to the county commissioners of eellkers t exhis yet ar;t the fairct that a assures finex-
miai county. 'aTrueDemocrat, Tallahassee, Fla: Yazoo delta, the Tensas bottoms and all the counties os Florida, relative to elent exhibit at the fair assures fine
lumba county True Democrat Tallahassee, Fl: he wamps of Cameron, Vermilion and making appropriations for an exhibit representation at the great Jamestown
Driear Sir As an impartial discussion Terrebonne has not only not sent down at the state fair at Tampa in November: exposition in 1907, and last, but by no
The counties of Florida, one by one of some of the important phases of the values, but actually advanced them, Honorable Chairman, Board of Coun- means least, the fact that counties par-
are forbidding the sale of liquor, It is drainage question, I send you proof of 'and this is the experience the world ty Commissioners: I have the honor to tcipting thi yearwill have advantage
not a wave or a stampede The work editorial which was recently pub- over Immigrants do not care to come request that you will lay before the in securing space at the great Panama
Sgoint on deliberately thoughtfully ihen t Nw recently pub- D into a section which consists mainly of members of your board this letter with exposition, to be held at Tampa Janu-
Sgo on delibertely, thoughtfully lised in the New Orlean Time-Demo- wamps. The more improved land there a view to having them consider the ary, February and March, 1908.
ctoroughly. Terut will be g rat. is in any State or district, the higher importance of making an appropriation arthqae Relif Re ortsWaaed
ered In the harvest of young men who This cannot be construed as either the the value of that land ranges. in aid of the state fair to be held in Krtqle elef sports W ed.
will grow up free from the saloon influ- trustee's view or the view of the opp- The problem of draining the Ever- Tampa. November 14th to 29th of this Governor Broward on the 29th of
ence The elimination of the saloon trustee's view "r the view of the oppo- glades as never been either as difficult year. August sent the following letter to the
from politics will also be hale as aln tion, but is statement from a source or as expensive aa the drainage of the The exhibition of the resources of the Times-Union:
from politics wi also b hailed as an which certainly has no interest in either lands on the Mississippi. There is no several counties of the State at the last "I herewith enclose you a letter to
unmixed blessing by all -except the the success or the failure of the Florida mighty river to contend with, no levees fair was highly beneficial to counties the various committees and persons col-
boose grafters.- Monticello News. lrains.e proposition It is also soure to be built. It is only necessary to pro- competing. It has given increased as- electing funds for the relief of the suf-
S-nage proposing is a lsoa source vide the drains ad keep them open. saessments, increased land values, and ferers of San Francisco, from earth-
Why should we, who live in the inte- where it is quite evident that reliable Twenty years ago the Times-Democrat improved methods in farming. As one quake and fire, which the chairman of
rior of the State, where good lands are information on the general proposition sent an expedition through the Ever- of the results of this fair, large irriga- the finance committee of the relief and
going to waste, give our hard earned of drainage is at hand, because Louisi- glades which, while it by no means tion contracts have been made and the Red Crioss funds, Mr. James Phelan,
eNi t t d h I in wrk f settled all the problems involved, show- fact demonstrated to the world that desires published, as probably the best
pennies to the drainage scheme? If it ana has een engaged in this work for ed that thedif culty was largely due to products heretofore marketed in Janu- method of receiving full settlement
is a business proposition, pure and aim- many years natural obstructions, which prevented ary and February, can jnst as easily be from the various committees at an early
pie, how is it to benefit us? For the If entirely agreeable, you may pub- the outflow of the rainfall Irn retty produced in South Florida in November date. I would appreciate it if you
atke of argument, say that the scheme lish the editorial; or. if you like. such much the same way as the Atchafalaya and December, thus giving better prices would publish the same.
Is feaible and the lands when drained arts of it as you may deem advisable, and Red river "rafts" formerly con- in the market. Theholding of the fair "With kind regards, yours very truly,
Sfeasible and the lands when drained parts of It as you may deem advisable averted a large portion of Louisiana into has also resulted in immense improve- "N. B. BROWARD, Governor."
will be valuable, will not that very act giving credit to the New Orleans Times- a great swamp, interspersed with many ment relative to the breeding of fine -
postpone the settlement of our lands Denic'rat lakes It took some work and some live stock. Such interest has also been Tallahassee, Fla., August 28, 1906.-
and make the taxes asnNsesl against Yours very truly, years to remedy this condition of af- aroused in the breeding of fine poultry To the several committees, throughout .
fairs in Louisiana, but the cost was not and the poultry exhibit this year will the State of Florida, who have collect"
them more and more of a burden? N. I, MROWAKD. great. "here may be other difficulties be twice as large as it was last. funds for the relief of the sufferers in
Charity should begin at homen Let un DIKAININ( THIE KVRGI.ADEK. in the way in the case of the Ever- The holding of the fair has increased California from the recent devastating
first provide ways and means for dis- governorr Broward has succeeded is glades, but they are not insuperable, the interest in the production of grain, earthquake and fire at San Francisco,
posing of our lands and adding to our bringing a proiasition before the peo- The proposition ought to carry and will fodder, grasses and other feed stuffs. I herewith have published a letter from
pie of FIrdla in the fall election which be unquestionably of great benefit to New life has also been put into the sug- the chairman of the finance committee
own population I'he drinaiige scheme, looks to the appointment of a conmmis- Florida. ar cane industry., of the relief and Red Cross funds of
if practicable, will reta'di then ,,ttlement sion to consider the draining of the -- With theabove facts in view, itis, in San Francisco, Cal., which letter ex-
and progress of thie interior mind, indeed, I Everglades, coverinff millions of acres. my opinion, essential that every county plains itself:
will help to de,,poulate it. It would l,, If the people vote' in the affirmative,. The assurance and facility withwhich in the State should be represented in I "San Francisco, Cal.. August 11,1906.
....... .. ... I the new commission will have treat editorial writers far distant from the the various departmeuts of the fair -His Excellency, theGovernor. Talla-

a cuwe)usiir.r It may drin all or any part s'ne are ne to discus problems and The last legislature recognized the Tam- hassee, Fla.: Dear rr--In pursuance
Banner. cif it; it may lvvy a tax on drained ,, ,, pa fair as a State institution by making: of our policy of centralizing the re-
In his peeclbv ,ivr thi. State the acre's; it may sell at private sale re- policies with the details and conditions a liberal appropriation for the payment sources of this committee, we take the
cl imed lands; it may conduct irrign. of which they are utterly unacquainted i of premiums and this should stimulate liberty of asking you, through the press
Governor does not attempt to explain tin work in short, it may do whatever is strikingly illustrated in the two clip- 'every county to be represented and or otherwise, as may seem expedient to
why he and his Internl Implrovement at considers best for the State pings which we reproduce above at the 'thereby be benefited You are, there-I you. to request all committees in your
Board pay Jennings $.I". NI ,,per year as No little opposition has arisen over fore urged to consider the advisability State to furnish us with a statement of
attorney to said board. and, the ,mloy-i the subject some think it will render courteously-.worded request of (Governor of appointing a commissioner for your the funds received by them. This state-
attorneytosaid bor. HI. th. lythe lower part of the peninsula un- reward county for the purpose of collecting ment should include the sums already
inent of an additional law firm in Jack-: healthy Others nay drains e wouki (dConcerning the statementsof the Age- products for exhibition and als that you forwarded here, and the balances now
sonville, when Judg, (;eorge P aney throw more land on the mar ket than appropriate from the county treasury a remaining in their Pands.
was doing this entire work for $1.i.10 a could ie assimilated, and others say the Herald, it should be said that the pur- sum sufficient to defray the expenses of "We would have you point out tha -
yer for theo board. Are J..nning' le- Everglades should not be drained until pose of the drainage amendment is not making an exhibit from your county. while the fund we have on hand is comn-
year for the board. Are Jennings'Ie- land for agricultural purposes becomes to "consider the draining of the Ever- All exhibits will be transported by the paratively large, the work of rebabli.
gal services worth five times as much scarce an high priced. glades" but to authorie the drainage railroads to the fair grounds free of station will necessitate the expenditure .
as the services of one of the ablest All these objections are baseless, and ba ut drin charge. of large sums, and that we am desire
juisats in Florida, and for many years the American voter usually votes right. board to proceed with its operations, as Trusting that the wisdom of your of receiving all outstod suom a in or-
chief justice of th Supreme Court? If So he no doubt will in Florida, and the it is doing now under the drainage law, board willed you to see the importance der that we may more d tet a
Chances are that he will vote to drain without any adequate consideration or of this matter and that your county may tain the amount at our dai O ad
Mr. Broward is so solicitous about the the Everglades. The feasibility of p ration whatever td be creditably re presented at the State pn accordingly. I @h,, bte
dear people, why is It he is letting this drainage s well established, and not predation whatever. tter fair, I have the oortobe, Yours vy erom you in ln You ve
p,0 0 and more too, slip into the much remains to be considered except gardle of the "esasumie questions" truly repectlly JAS P l.
eeket of arte Jeinmings? If this economle questions. These will come which that joarmWal iagn a will be N. B. Broward, Governor. "hai-ru 0 "
b alone tance of how iM U in detail and they will beo slved oneasilly solved, but wheh dim people of - I rep Hally tw hatti m
e4s pent under his ant. aer another all question ham been t M
1tWr as aOl Floria- intend ado be solved befe Montillo is to baya nowtbank.thefO
o tntfair to presuae that relan to the oecupaUon SaW Improve- pl hi ad.It"
E are many others of a similar mentor te country. -9 rintgham Age- they confer deepe ts a d ktgslatin wSi i ay Msercan ptalk eit awpelsi th. mte s o y tas,
saraseter.-VoluWa Recoid. Herald. powers uponM a inpemas boawd. eplsN. B. Bagaso, gagm>e.

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that a to be voted on atthe I M b
lotionn are just as o fts te

w.de at leat elses1a. Iaamls
M that every ma that lav ap-
oen the abjoet as they are
to vote & th" & t of
S and f Iw of au in or
county that wa i to v for either
of themI, Iwoudwoiad w thhim
not todoo. It seem to me that a
measure that isnot tainted a little wit
raft or favoriteiam is considered popu-
ltie. Why should we vote for any
measure that will tcreao the burden
of taxation. I notice that quite a lot
of the land In this county has been as-
sessed 100 per cent higher, and the pr
cent on the assesamont i about the
same as it was in 1904, which ia very
near as much as it was when our State
was run byno=.ros and sorry(so called)
white Roepublicanm. And the assessed
valuation of property now is five times
as much as it was at that time. Let's
hear from some of you, and don't all
speak at once.
Noy for t State Lands.
The Herald may be densely ignorant;
if so, it would be glad to be informed.
What is troubling it now is to know
what becomes of the money derived
from the sale of State lands.
Do the people get the benefit of it?
If so, how?
We are talking about a prodigious
and costly scheme of draining the Ev-
erglades that poor people may get the
reclaimed lands and grow rich cultivat-
ing them. The motive is all right; it is
good; but suppose the lands are drained,
that drainage proves a great success,
and the lands ate old to industrious
poor people. 4
We do not suppose that they will be
given away. but that they will be sold.
Now, will some kind, wise and well-
informed friend tell us what will be
done with the money derived from the
sale of these lands?
During the past ten or twenty years
thousands of acres of State lands have
been sold and paid for. What has be-
come of the money? Is there any law
directing what disposition should have
been made of it? And if there is such
a law, if such a law should be passed
next spring, could it be enforced against
the Internal Improvement Board?
This board seems to be a kind of an
independent government within itself,
with no accountability to the Legisla-
ture or the courts, but the power to do
absolutely as it pleases with all money
derived from selling the State lands.
Now, as Governor Broward, who is
chairman of the Internal Improvement
Board, is honestly working for the in-
terests of the common people and pro-
poses to confer a grmat benefit upon
them by taking the water off of several
million acres of land and selling it to
them at $60 an acre, which he says will
be the value of these drained lands, he
ought in all reason to explain to the
rest of us what he is going to do with
that $50 an acre after he gets it, that
it may be of some benefit to those of
the common people who may not be so
fortunate as to get into the Everglades
in time to buy any of these lands.
Maybe he intends to use it for the
construction of a penitentiary for those
editors who will not support his scheme.
If so, well and good: we are tired of
work, anyhow.-Punta Gorda Herald.

Noew About It?
When will the condemnation of men
of wealth cease? What of the man
that condemneth? He is the man we
are after now and my opinion is that
the difference between him and the man
condemned is that the latter has the
wealth and the former hasn't it.
My mind has been for some time
made up about the criticism, vitupera-
tion, abuse of moneyed men. I propose
to waste no time smelling along the
logs, and fence rails, and up every bush,
and sapling, and tree I come to but to
put the game up at once. The man
who does not communicate of his sub.
stance, whatever that substance may
be, is fully as deserving of condemna-
tion as the multi-millionaire who is so
obnoxious to him. He has one hundred
dollars where the other man has a mil-
lion. What is he doing with those hun-
dreds? Who, except himself and wife,
and his son John and his wife, is getting
any of it? By withholding his hundreds.
he demonstrates what he would do with
his millions if he had them.
Time we were settling some things
and uncovering other things. All this
will be done at the general judgment,
but if there is to be a judgment here
(and the day has come, and the throne
is set, and it is full of judges), bring
along your man of hundreds with your
man of millions, and let them fare ac-
cording to the weight of the pocket-
I am opposed to confining the cursing
to the man of the millions, when the
man of hundreds is acting as meanly
with his hundreds as the millions man
is with his million.
It is on record that one of the most
noted dignitaries of the Roman Catholic
church said, after long service at the
confe-slml%, he had never heard a man
confess th sin of love of money. That
man who feoos no ned of absoution at
this poiet boemause he doe not belon to
the much-abeed clams of milllonaira Is
mply o his way to hell in a smaller
to-o6t hum teiy.. No need of qutb-
Ming about this matter. We hod better

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.intad of tryif7 to get Methodism able tems
straightonthenrestatement of the Arti-
cles of Beief. We are in much more His stoc
oed of a restatement of our pocket- date
book artiles. I wonder if the Wee-
leyan ever heard of the Baptist brother in his lin
when asked if he had left his .
= est-book on the shore when he went
down Into the water, replied: "No, I In Heas
want my pocket-book baptized too. To turpn
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Are You Insured ?

If Not? Why Not?

Secretary Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
is writing the prettiest line of polices
ever offered.

SThe one Company that stood the prob-
ing of the Armstrong Committe and
came out with a clear Record.

Learn to distinguish between Expense
and Investment. You can often afford
one when you can't the other.

Where has your money gone year by
year. What a lot of it you would have
if you had saved the nickels.

Some people, no doubt, have a point of
view but don't seem sharp enough
to penetrate anything. That's the
kind the man who will not insure has.

Take this matter up while health will
permit and come around and lets talk
about it.

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THE TRUE DMMOCAAT.Dvdreliditsetrict
jio L. LcoU,., nMftbher. Life Insurance o C yP the city
__seem_ s n- for awhile h the intent of hise so
oVUI mP aVa AY 3o1602=110. a Heny. and family are pleMatly FM B e R I
EK n A "loes.ted at the Leon HoteL
LM 4L AND P ONAL ITNH. Ed V. Price & Co., the rest tailor- Ti
___ng establishment in Chicao, will iv
an opening at the sat of Burns& Co.,
Gve to''ther n"w; in this city, S 10th 11th to ex.
L hertw-orS w2rrL hibit ad uhtrodeo thern II tylee of i
wi.t -16l ..%,UM .*. Men's Clothinr. All intor b iod Ithuld
You wu be ld., w life.', n cow down. call on thge 8ds.
1a d ndJ tt ht mother knew
Never a sbrteh from your trown. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Chesley and their
But ever loWve a w w -p 'armu son have been pending a season very:
pleasantly with Mrs. Gee. H. Gwynn at
Mr. J. W. Scott, Jr., spent Sunday their comfortable cottage at Rock Land.
in Quincy. ing, Panacea Springs, and all are betin
Mr. Glover Johnson spent Sunday in much benefited by the outing.
Thomasville. Mr. T. B. Byrd came up from Lanark
Hon. John L. Robison was in the city Monday, after spending Sunday with
Wednesday. his family who returned to their Tal-
anborn w in the city Tue- lahassee home Wednesday; and the
Mr. Ira Sanborn wa in the city TuesByrd cottage is now occupied by Mr.
day on business. Oscar VanBrunt's family for a while.
Messrs. C. R. Miller and C O. Arun- Will the Postmaster General tell us
del spent last Sunday in Quincy. in his next report that he has been corn-!
Mr. C. G. Mills Sunday made a flying pulled to install extra machinery to sup-
trip to Live Oak to see his mother. ply the demand of Florida for the post-
Mr. Samuel J. Hopkins, of Bloxham, age stamps called for by Governor
was in the city yesterday on business. Broward? We wait to hear with dread-
Mr Geo W. Child and family will ful anxiety. -Times-Union.
soon go to Panacea Springs for a season, Mrsn radshaw and Miss Mabel Brad-
Mr. Robert Crawford, of Monticello, haw, of Fisher'# Creek, spent Wednes-
is in the city this week visiting rela. 'ay in the 'cit with friends, and Mr. I have in connection witi
ties. Thomas Howel, now of Havana, on the
Mrs. C. Z. Fenn and family are vi.it- ( r" and A. railroad. joined them in where I can take care of ar
Mrs. C. Z. Fenn and family are vith- the,.ity arndwent out to visit his mother.
ink relatives in Amsterdam, Ga., this While here Mr. Howell added his name I buy, sell or exchange a
ekDr. J A. A er of amto our umription list.
Dr. J. A. Anders, of lamoria, was in (,,""ernn.r r .war uanxi Prsidl.nt hold goods.
the city Tuesday circulating among him (, vrnor Br ward anr Prside nt hold goods.
many friends. mthy meet ,n common ground in their
Mr. Sam Sanborn left Wednesday for stern and uncompromising opposition to
P,.rry in company with his brother, th, doctrine of race suicide. This goes --.- --
C"'pt. Ira Sanhorn. with our congratulations to the. Gov- Tommy Jones Shot by Accident.
Mrs. George W. Saxon and daughter. ,rinor on the addition of a pretty little Tuesday morning tv.o nei.roes, Tom-
Misses Lucile and Helen, are still at baby daughter to hia family circle.- my Jones and Richarl Turner, were
Hendersonville. Live Oak iDemocrat. playing with a pistol inr I. E. Hightow-
Mr. Robert Denham, of lenactola, The Sauls Bros., contractors and her's store. While tu'.ling for the pos-;
arrived in the city Tuemlay and is the builders, whose ad. appears in another session of the gun one of Richard's fin-
guestof his father. column, have the contract for repairing gers got hung in the trigger, and the
Mrs. T. B. Byrd and family returned and remodeling the interiorof the store faithful "no respecter of persons"
Tuesday from their summer home at 1 of Daval & Council They have also tired, shooting Thoriman through the
Lanark on the Gulf. contracted with Mr. A. S. Wells to put finger. The damage is not serious, but:
Mr. Mackey Davis left Monday for asubstantial flooring in his cotton ware- may serve as a warning that loaded
Washington, D. C., and other points house. Read their ad. and give them guns are not made to play with.
to be gone a few weeks. a chance at your work, as they are ex- -
cellent workmen and guarantee satis- Ina the Pelice Court.
Hon. Chova L. Shine, of Pensacola, faction. Monday morning in the police court
returned to his home Tuesday after a Mr. Ned Chealey and Robert Shack- Robert Hall. Alfonzo Keetan and Sonny
few weeks spent in the city. elford, while crabbing one day last week Hawkins, all colored, were arraigned
Mr. Wm. Base returned Sunday from on the beach at Rock Landing, Pana. before the mayor on charges of fighting
his home in Arlington, Ga., where he cea, near the cottages of Dr. George H. and raising disturbance Sunday night;
has spent his vacation of two weeks. Gwynn and T. H. Hall, discovered a at the fire in northwestern Tallahassee.
Mr. Willie Poege returned home yes- new spring of cold mineral water about The row was occasioned by defend-I
terday from two months pleasantly ten feet from high-water mark. Mr. ants all wanting the same girl. They
spentwith hisgrandparent ain Missour. Chesley soon had a barrel around same, t were found guilty an charged and fined
Mr. F E. Cramer returned Monday and Rock Landerers are enjoying the '$3, $6 and $5, in the order named.
from a week's visit to Rev. D T. benefits of a mineral spring practically Chief of Police Langston made the
Blocker in Lake City and White Springs,. at their very doors. arrests.
Mrs. Geo. W. Trice has a good school Governor Broward has explained in Jeseph D acaa S l. Stable..
t Oklocknee, and she an Mr. Trice an executive proclamation minus the On last Saturday Mr. Joseph Duncan
will reside in that neighborhood for great gold seal of the State and its rib- who has been in t liv stable buncans.
a while. bon attachment, that he has gone down ness in this city for a n umber of yearsi-
Mrs. Dr. Chaffen and children, of into his own pants for over one thou- sold his tables and good will to Mr.
Miami, returned home today after a sand dollars, which amount he has sold his stables and good inwi to hir.
esant visit of six waks to her sister, spent in spreading the gospel of Evr- county for some tim and ha been livi one
fladesdrane in the shape of tra county for some time and has been one
M. C, M. Strange. 'The work," he says, "must be cont of our most successful farmers. The
Miss Mabel Fowler, who has been tinu wo,and he calls on the public sale was for cash, and $17,000. The
visiting Miss Ada Moore for the two which can be fooled semi-occasionally, stables began under new management
weeks past, returned to her home In to come to his assistance with stamps, Mr.on Suncan still has his undertaken.r
Apalachicola Sunday. checks, post-office and express orders Mr Duncan ill a his rtake-
Miss Florence Howell. after a two even money. At latest re rts he hai shop but will disposeof it and his reas-
weeks' visit home, last Saturday r. not been compiled to employ any addi- dence at an earlydate and return to his
turned to Taylor county, where she will tional clerks to open his mail -Palatka home in the greatt Northwest.
tech school for th eminng term. News. A Cloar Cu x aht lyes.
Mr. J. Wayne Ueott, Jr., left Tueday Mr. T. A. Goode. president Southern In most cases a sallow, blotched com-
for his home inQuiney. Wayne has Home InsuranU Company, of Bartow, plexion and dull, heavy eyes are due to
been a Tallaha mqita while and Pla., h hebn pending several days por digestion and an inactive liver.
hin many friend hate to see him go. this week In Tallahassee in the infrrerst Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids diges-
D. C. Younglood arrived in town of this Florida company, which will is- tion and stimulates the fiver and bowels
yesterday from Tallahalsee with a car- sue certfteates for life, fire and acci- and makes the complexion smooth and
load of Ine milk cow., which he pro- dent. The company is backed by many clear. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does
poses to ell chbap-Plant City Courier. prominent Floridians, who are stock- not nauseate or grl sand is mild and
Mr. F. M. Brumby has been spending holders and directors, and we predict pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes.
several days inm Jaesonville this week, for it success. We believe in Florida Sold by all dealers.
layin In large *stock of goods for his insurance in the hands of reliable Flor Wil O- Sr .
etablshment in the Masonic building. Ida business men, but do not believe it Will open Sc l r ILtit.
ScKinnon was In the citywould be safe or sane to make a State Miss Annie Ames, sted by Miss
r.ChartMin n the clay department of insurance, as it might. Henrietta Ames, will their private
fiot another field for graft and abu school Monday, Oc t. 106. 28-4t
Springs., Ark., and other point, of in- and there are now more than enough o Ifit's a epltatt.ea
terest. you are after. White's Cream Vermi-
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11 lickenson and Lowmsn Advertising Agency. Can- fuge has a world-wide reputation as the
nephew, Frank Eppes.n, who have been dler Building. Atlanta, Ga., writes us: beat of all worm destroyers, and for its
spending the summer at l.uray. Va.. "(,entimen -- Please advise on attached tonic influence on weak and unthrifty
returned home Wednesdlay night, after poltal if you accept whiskey advertis- children. It improves their digestion
a very pleasant and profitable stay. ing. and oblige. We reply, on the and assimilation of their food. strength-
Mr. and Mrs. a 0C Van Brunt and enrd and through the newspaper, that ens their nervous system and restores
two attractive daughters. Mises Susie we do not. This newspaer tries to he them to health and vigor natural to a
and Genie together with the two inter- consistent at all times. We oppose the child. If you want a healthy, happy
eatin children, left Tuesday for a few whiskey business on general principles, child et a bottle of White's C('ream
weeks at Lanark. and of course feel it would not be rirht Vermifuge. Sold by all druggists. *
wek a Lanark.... to send a newspaper out advertising .
Mars. Geo M Kimbtle. C. G(. Parlin, whiskey houses and telling our people T ot
H. L. Mattair and others came over to where to send and get it We need all The regular monthly meeting of the
Panacea Sunday from ('arrabille in the the advertising patronage we can e- Woman's Christian Tem rance Union
Coombs, a nice launch, and spent the cure in our business, hut we desire that will be held in the Methodist church.
day. returning home Sunday afternoon. every dollar that comes our way be a Monday, the 10th, at 4:40 p m. Let us
Mr. F. G. Lake. thb experienced cut- pure and untainted one We believe have a full attendance.
ter of Ed V. Price C(o. merchant tail- business men in other lines than whis- "- '...
or of Chicago will bei with ums. & key will eventually consume our adver- Ii
(t,. on Sept. 16th and 11 ti with a full timing space, and that is the kind of ad-
line of Samples. DI)on't fualto call and I vertising we prefer to carry teOO ae*egn.auBsldba6 saiSge

make your selections. 28
make yournction.. f T I Appireciating the fact that the corn-
Mr. and Mrs. W Wiln ofTallaing State fair, to he held at Tampa No-
hissee, were among the prominent ar- vember 14th to 29th. will surpass In in
rivals at the Windsor yesterday. every way even that of last year o- FOR RENT.
Judge George P. Raney. of Tallahaasee, cials of the fair association are deter.
w among the arriva.s at the Aragon ined to pare no xpene n th mat 7 Room Cottage in bet neighbor-
y'strday.-Times-Union, M. ter of securing attractionrm, which will hood in city; plae in splendid re-
Burns & Co. want every nan in the be of a higher order than any ever be:. ir; can have possession at once.
city who contemplates buylis a Fall or fore seen in the South. The associa- parties with small boys need not
Winter Suit, to meet Mr. I e, of Ed tion will spend alone $10.000 for the apply. .. L GaMOOIY.
V. Priea A Co., Chicago. at tir store I purpose of securing a mamnifcent hippo
on Sept. 10th or 11th. For St fe, Qual- drome, similar to that which was seen
Ity and Prices, the Ed V. Price have 'av hundredwis of thousands in New York.
no competitors. Sept. 10th and th. The engagement of the band secured
Judge o P. Rany, Sr. general for the two weeks of the fair will cost Win and Saw Repa8lrin.
counsel for t s Sesboald Air ine at the association $7.000, and $1.,000 flat
Taaaseeafteror"_AM& everaldayswill be given as purees tr horse races.
i.the city, left i or the Capti. Oeais of the other fair circuit. your G nd Sws
tnl City. Judge who is one of eompoeed of sea Southe rnStates. ,need Reate eall on,

ab satds of dollir os Tm will be spet. -
Aug. 1. SubacrIbe far ThM True Dmmt. 'S4-tf -
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Surplus to Policy

Holders $1,634,364.00



If you become totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
are not deducted from face of
policy. .

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



IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.


For the next 30 days my entire stock will go at re-
duced prices in order to make room for the large fall
stock which is beginning to arrive.

In the mean time we are going to have a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:


It will pay you to look my stock over and get my
prices before uying.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


60 Tapestry Rugs, 27x60, ..------..-- -...$..
48 Velvet Rugs, 27x60. ...-.......-- ...-
120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 23x36,.. .----.....
60 Axminster Rugs, 27x60, ----------- ..
48 Axminster Rugs, 36x72. -- --..-..-.......
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from-----. ---- 1.50 to
Granite Art Rugs, 9x9,. ---- -- ---- ......
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9x10, .-----.---..--.. ......

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S .thA e daLhtrwee

ULa w FiM oeiyur wordy en5ou0

M T es asonas. many leor rians,
a ya p fosor Hriana, having been via-
Daeputy Sheriff John Hopkins carried
to the Rhodes' camps, at Woodville

sentcawed to sixty days.
Mr. Rlihardl Jordan who has been
visiting his daughter, iMr. T. C. Watts,
in this city, returned home to Lake
ty Bey. Jie wife and daughter
wi remain a rt while longer.
Mrs. Go. Lee and little daughter,
a:on. wer in the city sunday enroute
N T a to attend the wedding of
Mit Lande Dickinsaon, which takes
places in that city Wednesday afternoon.
-Live Oak Democrat.
Mr. Thomas M. Shackleford, Jr., left
Sunday for Marianna, where he re-
mained until Wednesday. He left to-
day for the University of Virginia, at
Charlottesville to take his second year
in law. He wll spend a few days in
Atlanta, Charleston and Richmond be-
fore he gets to schooL.
Miss Irene McCreary, of Gainesville,
Sand Miss Clem Hampton, of Tallahas-
see, have arrived in thia country, after
an extended trip to Europe, having vis-
ited Bremen, Berlin and other, German
cities. From Germany they went to
Italy visiting Rome, Naples, Venice,
ald orann. The party also visited
Interlaken and other points of interest
in Switaserland. From Switzerland Miss
McCreaty and her party journeyed to
Paris, from which city they proceeded
to London. They visited Stratford-on-
the-Avon and from Liverpool a steam-
erwas tae for Quebec, and trip was
enjoyed down the St. Lawerence to
Montreal. Miss McCreary left Miss
Hampton in Montreal and proceeded to
New York, where she spent a short
time before returning home.-Jackson-
vile Metropolis.
Epwerth League Social.
Monday evening the Epworth League
ove a social at the residence of Miss
Bertha Jones en Calhoun street. M issues
Jones and MCord had arranged for
many kinds of amusements and enter-
tainments, and all were carried out suc-
cessfully and well resultant from such
excellent preparation.
After a social chat and general pass-
ing of news among the leaguers all
wr iven ,lips of paper upon which
aey h ld write what each advertise-
sent pinned on the wall stood for.
There were thirty-five advertisements
from newspapers around on the walls
with the namesdetached. After all had
had ample time to write what each rep-
resented, the papers were collected
and, while be examined, nice ice
cream and good cakes were passed
around as another delightful feature of
the occasion.
Then the prizes were announced as
won by Mr. C. R. Miller and Miss Ethel
Holoway, first andconsolation, respect-
io A duet was. by the hostess and
on tha pano. Miss Lalh Catea then
rendered a beautiful vocal solo, which
was enjoyed by all. Miss Jonea sang a
Whan the good-byes were being said
a male quartette from some unseen
quarters favored the crowd with
Sweet UAdeline," "An Old-fashioned
L Country Home" being in answer to
A bags number were present, and all
had a time "mighty fine, I tell you."
That's all very true as to Mr. Roose-
velt, but the enforcement of our vag-
rascy aws is a matter for our officers
re in daand the President has
thth W appreciate
tha llgtmtua of the Time- Union, but
wea atihave enough of state rights left
te okwafterthe vagrants without
Tlumae.-Unlo would lead the way with

Sa the er ta papers would
we wold soon have a sentiment
ag t vagrancy that would do the
work. ern Live Oak our city au-
Uwrit od of the evil without
or and dove the loafers out, and
u be'a hdmuHoall everthestats
a(SadB i without delay.-

SW Deeds. l form. True
Dineg t 0-ctf


men Past Sixty Ia Daager.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kidney and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
of prostate gland. This is both painful
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first sign
of danger, as it corrects irregularities
and has cured many old men of this dis-
ease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock Port,
Mo., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
prostate gland and kidney trouble for
years and after taking two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure I feel better than
I have for twenty years, although I am
now 91 years old. Sold by all dealers. *
Best Cabinet Photographs in
Tallahadsm, $2.50 per dozen. 22

was art ilMary conm-
T. t is a ba dome-N.
ut, listen Right hr la where we
an hurling googIal e while
Gomulled ihn t W-l tin We
tra picking the mote out of our broth-
.r'a eye, while lo, there is a beam in
"'ur own oculary organ.
Now don't sit down and chew the end
wr cigar and say, "Yes, that is so,
I am too old, or too busy (or what
lot?) to enter into such a project. I
believe we ought to have a military
0om ny, but let somebody else get it
Wp. Don't do this, we urge. Get to-
gether at once. We would be glad to
inounce a meeting for this purpose
through our columns. Take half the
men eligible and you will have as good
company as the State has ever seen.
You wVIl reflect credit on your town, on
your State, on yourself. Don't com-
plain that this is a dull town socially,
when you are making it so yourself.
Form a good company of the best boys,
and every good citizen in town will sup-
port you. Have military balls, min-
strels, suppers and parades, and you
will become a potent factor in society
and in city building.
What's the matter? Looking for a
captain? We can point you out half a
dozen men competent and willing. Then
move. Don't wait for the other fellow.
Get the spirit started, some of the lead-
ing men at the head of it, and if we
don't have a swell company there's ai
trick in it.
Nadiseo County Dry.
The following timely paragraphs are
taken from the New Enterprise:
If every ma n the county who cast
a "dry" ballot last Thursday will con-
stitute himself a committee of one to
keep a lookout and promptly report the
discovery when made, we will under-
take to guarantee that the "blind tiger"
variety of booze shop will never become
known in Madison county.
Now that the wide-awake and legally
protected "tigers" have been so easily
and completely routed, it behooves the
temperance people of town and county
to get their eyes open and their ears at-
tuned to catch the first faint growl of
the "blind" varmint. The best way to
deal with that class of beast is to stran-
gle it at birth.
We hope there is no bitterness against
us for the part we played in the cam-
paign just ended. We attacked no man
or set of men, but fought our battle for
principle against conditions objection-
able to many. We have no apologies
to make, or words or deeds to recant,
but stand ready now and at all times to
figt just as vigorously and persistently
the same battle or any other battle for
the betterment of the entire people.
She Found Relief.
If you are troubled with liver com-
plaint and have not received help read
this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond, Moody,
Texas, says: "I was in poor health-
with liver trouble for over a year.
Doctors did me no good and I tried
Herbine, and three bottles cuied me.
I can't say too much for Heibine, as it
is a wonderful liver medicine. I always
have it in the house. Publish where
you wish." Sold by all druggists.
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To Supply Florida Ice Cream.
Mr. Charles T. Stewart, su perinten-
dent of the Florida Ice Manu cturiniK
Company, has just returned from a
three weeks' stay in Washington, D. C.,
where he has been looking into and
studying the wholesale manufacture of
ice cream. Mr. Stewart has perfected
all arrangements for the establishment
of such a plant in Jacksonville in connec-
tion with the ice company in question.
The Florida Ice Manufacturing (om-
pany proposes to make and sell ice
cream to the dealers here and through-
out the State. This will give Jackson-
ville a new and very important enter-
prise. The company, with its new and
up-to-date equipment, will be able to
make ice cream and sell it to the local
trade for far less than they ctan sever-
ally and individually manufacture it.
Nothing but the very best clus ol ma-
terials will be used. It is understood
that much of the ice cream now con-
sumed b) the Jacksonville public is
made from all kinds of milk and cream,
and that some of the ice creum now sold
here is brought all the way from New
Robert Gamble. president of the Flor-
ida Ice Manufacturing ('company, in
speaking to a Metropolis reporter to-day
"With the plant that we will have in
operation we will be able to supply all
the State with ice cream. The'business
will be conducted on a large scale, and
will give employment to a large num-
ber of people. We will sell to dealers
cheaper than they can make it, and we
intend to produce nothing but the very
best." Jacksonville Metropolis.

simply swearing to the team. To do manner whatever GROM...
the work properly, it is necesairy first (Signed) Gi o P. BANK1 M..d MeM iK II
of all, to know just how, when and August 16, 1906. 5-tf t l to temtsc e im A
where to do it Many men plow when .- --- otherwiemine i 1be r' tw
the ground is t I wet or too dry, or Reglstrauta eNotice. dayof Mayr. A. D. I S .
they plow deep when they ought to plow Tallahassee, Fla July 17, 190M. Administrator **esn tit t& asoft.
shallow or shallow when they should go The Registration Books of Leon Coun- tatccamj. e sismj I lo I SSw-.
deep. ihey plow when they ought not ty will be kept open at the court house. J
and go to tow when they oughto h ought to be In Tallahassee on Thursday Friday and e
plowing. Therefore itwill be seen that Saturday in each week, from the 9th A few boarders w wish
mind as well as muscle is involved in day of August until the 13th day of ew boan ders who w emsh I
the work when properly done. October A D .1906 ble and well kept roo.m god
As a merely mechanical operation, r "g CHA board, and a desirable boato tai
some princplesshould not be overlooked, Supervisor of Registration for Laoe Mr. A. J. Geoghagan, oppmdWi
Good plowing cannot be done with a bad County 214t capital- 4"
plow. Have a good one, suitable for n .
the purpose and in the beat order. F. M, Brumby will save you A nwith a t ti r
Good work cannot be done with a bad in new and second-hand Furniitu. 2d. A job with a tuppentin n Mj-nm
team. A wise engineer always wants Cpb eneh is, run turpmaUh 2e -
a steam capacity coskiderably above Best Cabinet Pho nphs n ryearf wood* rider four yemas
any probable requirements. Similar Tallahassee, $2.50 per don. 22 tendent two years. Give rM1
a demand a plow team with a application. A. .
large margin of safety. The power Special sala M at Evan'. ULr-z:, O. n


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seae 1A. aJob A me,- .ou p ow, tea m eav t oa aThelady.teom nth eM-

.enA. Th oaa winter, houna t tObarr gd etsato the poe, dtls la8 (a.ta &W l ."^ ,.- :. --
Vad te o expected to us urt a w far the team w
1ep a "tev aAtell u what paint oftob5 S ra.I We o be pO Ji -IS .

nge.I avoe by what you have used ttm of then furoy oo much asd Su nda y a .o.l..
evaoue. 0.. mao turn thJe od too rapidlyYou 1v l-pilef .ka.sw, it wa blo e ri
Her'm how a faiew, came tout. tow team ma leave It on e th s d .o0 p.m l
Iestui.mated 37 ga lft tooko2Sice Whe seaamep Inten
S Anters. Thoall painte, Florida, say 2 Never hp aowi y e t sn a (cln ir
o their paint the: My ft jow, anb wcob wtrs bet- born or too little, be twiart fo the takeam ,
dman braking pae down -
then Ir. have ud n ele. too mArh kana valley to yU i Sunday at 11 'l
B. Bullards, Ralter, Sanford Flor- unbrokention was, to run three palnchte -- ,room eo uL
ud, 30allote patpaint onhithoueo deep. tu rine the lhortlet ais ttdertom- tm eastofthe ost.e. m4an 8
and bought S0 gallons o E. t badly doWe. ha atas made it wahi h PHONE NO. a.aChrstmai
GJoennes & Rogers erkitel, wouldn't b e Found that the ulvatod dthe peed room and open da
matnouedgh. 10 allows oe for Mr. Prattsof the uniform condi the compete b eep in stock at all tim

house an bought 0 5 gallons for first plow should suit the purpoe; tm teamn
coatG it painted two seats. should suit the plow; the we"o rk te ca rm all kinds of p ren Meas,
Er SpringaldCo.,SanAntonio.Texas, and the plowman deliberate and con-
Mpaintedor W. W. Carrolhouses sa Monticello revolution, lea FurroIt V p. The a. m. All are oia tt
Florida, writes: Painter estimated 35 plow had to be remodeled. With plow
Waons for my house; took 20 gallonthernd team properly aduted a to or
Devoe. Devoe st 12 lespeed,s for there little to prevent A
Gimore & Davis Co., contraorrs. and goeyod work. Chori ted O the v b
painters. Tallahassee, Florida. say 2 Never hurry. Good low a areuiren s
gallons Devoe apreads as far as 3 of any care and deliberation. If breaking stub- .
other paint they know, and covers the bet- born or ran soil, be careful not to take fo all j t, 1
ter. too much aind. otherwise worthrm imllt be
S. A. Bullard, painter, Sanford. Flor- unbroken spaces, concealed from sight, A mv
da, estimated o0 gallons for Odd Fel- but ready for miachief. Ito n better to r Vtilt s or o tas* iU t
lows and Masonic Halls; they took 29 do a little M. work than to leave some
Devoe. s of It badly done. The ease with which PHONE NO. 169.'
Jone a&lRogerMerk el, Texoer M i a crop can be cultivatd dpnd upon
mated 10 gallons evoe for Mr. Pratt's the uniform condition of the soiL the Keep in stock at all time,
house an bought 6 gallons for first plow should suit the purpose; the team
coat it painted two could. Suit the plow; the work be calm all kinds of Fresh Mmt*S
Er-Springall Co., San Antonio.Texas, and the plowman deliberate and con-
ed twohouses same size for D. J. tented. -The Furrow. Vegetables, Chick" Eggs

wardNOTICE phMfr ta dd er one lead-and-oil, the other DIY lI VIA
Devoe. Devoe coat $12 less for paint The Or4iaaL --."
Va Gelabor ,Fl. Foley &idand A Co.PM, ChicD ALL OTHiie If you wish the VI b t

Tom Masey's painter Wa. oneyarnda ra: s-at roat nand Ifyu wihteW

ATexa..TA. ...-Hor eCmn for ue0al- sHoney an dT a.** ROUND [sRIP aATitM IO
Georgians Special round trip rates, my and on account of the nd cleanet the mark
TckDevoe -ohe had 4 left.hmeritandtporityo d ed o Isecorl1

with final limit for return October 20th, le i and-t*mbrs the oowi deo- Tiecketo on lle wu
1906. By payment fee 60 cents tickets ad Tar many iminat ion aren erlod to-wit: s
pan bte cante ged. t l ctobe en0th at eoten u n Thes worthles- Imita-
Yours trul.- tal tionshave southimilarsoundin names. and Or Visit OUt stllW
tist Convention, colored. & C., warTicketse of themli.ne The genuine Foleya
sold etember 9th to 12th inclusive H and Tar is In a yellow paka market.
P. S. Gilmore& Davis sellout Paint. Ak for it and refuse any subtituto
S. GEORGES ISLAND, FLA.e the best remedy for coughs and pE A N Y
Special rouncolds. Sold by all dealers.hnorth GULF COAST

steamer Crescent City every Tuesday e .to n CUR...... .IN R T s

viand Forgia, feadataind from Ap a t.n ofr. a .Lawsoflo dhA
acora, rla a A CHAPMAN. AND ALL OTHr GA., FLA. & A L R
SUMMER TO RIT R NotiEeMyir--Round Un eidertat lJ.A. t eieed. ROUND TRIP AT. o lr
ATLANTA, GA-Home Coming for of tx IettwNo. 21 dated lt day f At ugus t
Georgians. Special round trip rates.1 Tickt to be sold October 9th and 10th, an.dr---th ,a wte nme Iola fr
with final limit for return October 20th, ad c-rtinleate embracemt Uh following deerib. Tickets on Sal Da WMith
1906 By paynada and the 60 cents tickets ed landituatin Les County. ida. to-wit: l Tl 1 n
celln e extended to October 30th. tha Cre k caind.bet ss two n s trimtto t

tit Convention, colored. Ticket to be chain mouth o the line between the and de htful t out in
sold September 9th to 12th. Inclusive, ofsection.townshipIsouthofrang e? I R esellingSWWI
with final limit for return v September () dayfromrnetwill m te nt final limit
20th 1906. ofman etr eot 16-100 chains. thenie aouth .
Sp l r trp a urio-ns oin tthence wet fro the oppositidf SPECIAL SUNDAY

Association andt Auxiliary Societes. .. n trmsate I c thencen for thsorty -C 1r0
steamer Crescent City every Tuesday chas toept uni C IN RATE.
O bit, fur- *S Iaid0 of land. in mS meMst hal et the otedat arr Pf the WOODWARD, T. A.
and Friday, for surf bathing, from Ap ne of suc thrtif-or. in thowh am of Annie
ATlhicolA, Fla. Chapman.eor StateFa r on, r 1 sL A r- A
SUMMER TOURIST RATES--Round Unplc mid cortificateshall beredlMnacodeT. The G. F. & A. offense t
rip tickets to b te sold dapoilnty Ocn Toenne-r th to law, tax d d willluea. there o the th
see, North and South Carolina, Michi- a mh h ewst oet 1ndtur and oal- this the
turan, Canada andtoer the, Nort which the point A of ennin th r Chaer Ih

For fuSe llng daiy ti S eptember 30th, with hal ., HENRY T. tELKL t o RIas ta t ,t
final limit or reaetucan until tober 31nearest Circuit Court. onCounty .two trip to the

tween point in Florida. Selling daily, NOTICE 1- HEREBY N TO WHOM ITdeul
with limit for return five (5) (lays from Ova Laser. an Infant. I will make application to the the G
(ate of ale TCount. Ju wde of Lae Couty, lorida. at hi f.

A A a 1Tallahasi:. atee, F <. to'lcurasuoF o,. un lth Ct of TI snoI
ATLANTA, GA. -National Dental A rt 10th.. at oeclocka. m. or
Association and Auxiliary Societies. Notn thereaft ven t thebrd. for authority an er
Round trip ticket a n onf urale September t h Lo nie i. nlemtk( t mkewrite to:
1a y l> r su ; rr c n pi v fdowe int tof Allwo Bl. ILi), o at d Infant.
12th and 13th, with final limit for return Char eiOrLnsr.lnandtooefla deamtuatd J. H. McWILLIAMS, 0. P. A.
September 25th, 1906. By payment of lin andust b i illn thcounty LM f oa IsonStatl. e -
fee of 50 cents tickets may be extended 'odf.iM owto ityArl Acrw e. n --ii* A .
foundation of cnumpton. mallards the et half o utht quarter Fhi WOODWARD T A
to October 30th, 1906. f action thirty-four. In township m = of P WOODWARD,
ATLAorehoNTA, GASyru-Georwill ia State Fair. ragtinuou. redenetmore partul ultaly dis o asi
Tickets to be sold daily October 9th to follow.: Comaeiniat tbMOt f -gMOM i

S i.. ANotie e is hereb w of iveon that Ir am nod
20th,incluiveoner in tith he nal limit fr re- erthe tand or mercantile Bha chaItoa AM
turn October win is 3, 1906. wht in which ti busethe point of bTaaegnnhasng, havin southld my.
For full information a to rates and ow entire brty chain. to Charltes chlen, and A NT

m.e.who hie havi,.enoil up between d fw no l r e r ab any ,"AREft -. .... IA.
cheood days work plea of call upon your nearest hey th forty chr after by Charles een or --
G F. & A. Agent, or write to ALICB1. LANK,
are not horack farm, Gen At., W. F. Banks as an of Char le OraL MMer. F es

ATh Ore nce ri owin a fed than in Edelen, or by either o them in any trrce I Ha lN to

There is more in :dowinff a fiefd than in Edelen. or by either of them in any MoTICE IS HKXJUDYGIVEN TO AELin.

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Don't you want to start a bank seaccount? Would'nt you like to have one of thase lttle in-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and 4imes? It is so ar that
you can devolit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size convenient to carry mI the ves pocket
or a ladies and bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spead amosy. We
want an account with everybody In this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are deivivr 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 eare
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it is some.
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all d<-posits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest parods are
first days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a be-
Nis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.

lOc per day for 5 years.
2)e ier day for 5 years
25e per day for 5 years
30c per day for 5 years
f61c per day for 5 years
1(Me per day for 5 years

Ain't fiI1%)iite~d.
46~9. t5)
7x-2. 50

Interest earned. Total am't
... $11.14..-..-------------..............$17.64
22.28...........--------------...---.... 8628
.. 2786-.. .--. .... .... 419.10
33.42------.--.----.....--. ------02.92
- 56.70...- .. .. ... .. 888.20
... .. 111.40 -....... ... 1,676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
('all and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.



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Our Prices Wo't Make Your Money

Insalrs In

Live and Rolling

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


P. O, Box :33.

Tallahassee, Fla. ,..

NoseU fMr Pbikeatle.
DiMp iN or OP INTMaon.
LAWS Or(r AT (OsasiVll.tu. I5l.A., t
June Is. Ito. I
r m hI hs eby given that tihe utolowlnx-
S fMW tMtt ham flied noti. orf his Intentimn toa
0' irud In rpurt of hi. aclim. arni that
SFWWh hl n Wfbefo J. J. JI rldM, I. U. S
Mat hi. dem** at Tallahas.w. Via .
L IIM S. Nli Hialliard iwry of Weaoi1-
M Hd, MeeW for the OWta of 4W1. of
IA'. s s.. R. t t.
. L the folkywing witne-a. to prov. hi.
mi'kf r~ nc. uIlin and euittivtlin f Matd
I "l A M. Parker., d. (hidlwin William
S WomodviIl. rk.l
GoS&rit's Notice.
pMleay one euw uan of Kaymonm
C. AIC minM$. In *W i plillration too the
eCA(tv Jttd. a- Mrt house. In the rity at 'rTallahaw, tmn
M1 | of August. A. 1). I 1M, at IU u'rlocri ita.
i. a Mase thereaft am I ran Ism heard. for au-
thlty o 11 all that certain trail nf land mituate.
lM-ari a. r nti in aki rouYos ty known, and do.
.MM. ftlwO, to wit: totlhtI" .t iplarter of
Smthlim four. In Townhip ,sn@. -,ioli, s.f Ranre
bum. wst. eptalining i Se1rnw.
IhavAml' 4. Ai.l..N.
4h guardiann ikaf yrmond C Allen.

I i notice that afl,.r ten day. from
"tI thiM I shall apply tia the h norilaile
at Talleha.,. Vlia.. fur a full
paron from the menlne.r tf t ears
kIF Inow W IWlt In th HI talo phitotn.
tkir. _I ov dte at the sr(nit le>rma of Ctr-
*W(t- OM lt Lemo county, tio. of th0e crine < f
khIu kii a mule. JNa. 1. MANN

f smont.
A comfortable 6-room cot tae, with
Skitfhen nd bath room. within 5 blocks
of Lm Hotel. Rent $1 (X) per month.
SWhit Can hosw a Stmw Hato
* s blar eloedout at &UaCo.'s
at polbiar pris. X 88-ttt
Cotages to rent. Phone No. 8. 46-tI
Sobe-rtA for The.TrnO DemoeMrt

Fourth Raead, Tallahasse District.
Apalachicola, Sept. 9; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Carrabelle, Sept. 16; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Crafordville, Sept. 22, 23, at Zion fill.
Ashmore Circuit, Sept. 26; at Bonnet
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit. Oct. 6, 7; at Bristol.
Blue Creek Circuit, (Ot. 13:1, 14; at
Blue Creek.
(Gadnden Circuit, Oct. 21, 21; at Mt
(Conceord Circuit, Oct 27, 2M; at Salem.
Waukeenah Circuit, Oct :11; at Thom-
as City.
Madison Circult, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
Old Town Mimsion, Nov. 7; at Oldi
West Madimmn Circuit. Nov I0, 11;
at Cherry Lake.
Madison, Nov. 11, at 8 p. m.; quar-
terly conference Monday,
Monticello, Nov 14.
Perry and Taylor Minsionn. Nov. 17,
1M at ',rry.
Midway Circuit, Nov. 24. 25; at Bethel.
uincy, Nov. 2,
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
thin round from the women's missionary
societies and from trustees of church
Tallahassee, Fla. Presiding Elder.
membership Next Lesilastre.
District 1- Thou. F. West, Milton.
2 John S. Beard, Pennacola.
3 John Neel, Westville.
4 Theop. West, Marianna.
S-A. J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6 James E. Broome, Quincy.
7 Park M. Trammell, Lakeland
8 John W. Henderw)n, Tallahancme.
9 W. K. Jackson, Inverneas.
10) C. .1. leggett. (Greenville.
1I James E. Crane, Tampa.
12 Al. Winburn, Mallory.
13 F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14 F. P. Cone, Li ke City
15 J. B. Crews, Lake Hutlhr.
Ill Thomas S. Davis. Fernandina.
17 J. R. Nowlan, Live Oak.
1 H. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19 ILouis C. Massey, Orlando.
2) 1). II. Baker, Orange Home.
21 N. R. Carter Levyville.
22 W M. Girardeau. Monticello.
23 I. N Withers. Iady lake.
24 W. Hunt Harri.s Key Went.
25- 8. W. Clark Blountatown.
26- E. S Crill, Palatka.
27 Jo H HHumphrey., Bradentown.
28 Frank W. Sama, New Smyrna.
29 E. E. Canov., Sanderson.
0 Frank Adams, Jasper.
31 Lwis W. Zim, St. Augustine
:12 II. II. McCreary, (iainesville.
Alachua T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd
L1 Carter, Gainesville
Baker- 1.. C. Cobb Olustee;
Bradford- S. Matthews. Starke;
II C. People. Dukes.
Brrvard--Wade H. Jones. Titusville.
Calhoun A. Max Wilson, Blounto-
Citrus J. W. Kni ht, Floral City.
Clay -J. B. Lon, Green Cove Springs.
Columbla-M 8. Knight, Lake City;
H. L. Avant, Fort White
Dade--JohnW. W atson, Miami.
Degnto W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
Duval- I .L. Farris and 8. H. Mel-
ton, Jacksonville.
kaeambia-Cuhas. M. Coston. Pensa-
cola; M. 0. Banctt. MeDavid
Franklin-J.F. C. Origga. Apalachi-

Gadsden --J. 11 Willis, Quincy; W. L.
Taylor, Branchville.
Hamilton John Bradshaw, Jennings;
I. G. Register, Jasper
Hernando-C S. Wilson, Brooksville.
Hillaboro--W. W. K. Decker, Tampa;
John R. Dudley, Plant City.
Holmes- D. J. Paul, Bonifay. c
Jackson Ed. Williams, Graceville;
II C. Neel, Bascom.
Jefferson S. I). Clarke, Monticello;
J. I). Thompson, Lloyds.
Lafayette-). G ( eiger, Mayo.
Lake S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S F.
Smith, Leesburg.
L,ee F. J. Wilson, Buckingham.
Leon A. S. WIls and Gilbert Ifarts-
field, TallahasseM.,
Levy J. N. Willis, Williston.
Liberty --Sidney I). Johnson, Bristol.
Madison It. II Rowe, Madison; R.
I. Millinor, Ellaville.
Manatee John A. Graham, Braden-
Marion E. L. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
G. Matthews, Ocala.
Munroe C. IL. Knowles and W. IH.
Malone, Jr, Key West.
Nassau S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Jam.
E. ('olkins, Fernandina.
Orange (. W. Crawford, Conway;
B. C. Abernethy, Orlando.
O(sceola A. E. Donegan, Kissimmee.
Pasco R. .J McCutcheon, Dade City.
Polk W .1. Durrance, Fort Mead; H.
W. Snell. Winterhaven.
Putnam II. A. McKenzie, Palatka;
W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
Santa Rosa J. H. Harvel, Bagdad;
A. J., Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johnis '. J. DuPont, Matanzas;
W. A. McWilliams, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie Claude F. Olmstead, Ft.
Sumter W. C. G. Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee W. R Dorman, Live Oak;
W. H. McClellan Welborn.
Taylor T. J. Faulkner. Perry.
Volusia Wm. S. Parkirson, Daytona;
)D. F. Morrison, Barberville.
Wakulla S. P. Roddenberry. Sop-
Waton J. II. Richburg, Laurel Hill.
Washington -W. B. Lassiter, Vernon.



A oew and Full Line just received. All
Grades of Elgin Movements now on

hand at

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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.



8 TO 100 N. MONROEI T.





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

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fo bat.
Rooms, centraRy located. Apply to
Mrs. M. G. BartamItm. 648 South Ad-
am street. 21-at
Subaeribe to The Tme Demort.

54 N. MOP'U 4

Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


. J. D. AY,

Headquarters for first class stock.

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

Have just received a IBYUG IES
car load of as handsome B U J G I S
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.

SAV 140 S. Adams St
J D. CAY, Tallaa, l


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" fSEPTEMBER brings Fall of the year, with the advent of this, the most delight-

ful of all seasons, comes our Fall anid Winter Stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Cloth-
ing, Hats, Furnishing Goods and Shoes.
Our buyer out did himself in all previous efforts and this season we expect to
have on sale at our Dry Goods Store, 126 and 128 South Monroe St., possibly the great-
est line of Merchandise, prices considered, that you have had the pleasure of seeing
exhibited in Tallahassee for many year.
We very respectfully ask that you call around and look our stock over.


"The Store that Grows."

Base alil Monday. I In Hoser of Bride-Elect. DIckenson-Pltman.
Monday afternoon at four o'clock the Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pittman enter- Wednesday at noon Mr. Robert Pitt-
clerks of the capitol again met the tained Tuesday evening a number of man was united in matrimony to Miss
store clerks on the base ball field at! the friends of their daughter, who was Elizabeth Dickenson, at the home of
Camp Henderson. The game was a married Wednesday, by a supper. Only the bride's parents on North Monroe
walk-over for the store boys, the score a few were present, but all enjoyed the street. The wedding was a pretty one,
being fourteen to six in their favor ev.ning. the house being decorated very tastily.
The batteries were: Capitol-Blake --.- Several young ladies and men, intimate
and McLin. p, Jacoby, c; clerks-Van Tuesday Evenlng. friends of the contracting parties, were
Brunt and Hamlin. The ladies of the Home Mission So- present. Dr. W. M. Poage officiated.
A large crowd of spectators witnessed city will serve light refreshments at The happy couple left on the after-
the game and applauded enthusiastically the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Felkel noon train for Marianna. the home of
for good plays. Spirit ran high, and on Tuesday, 11th inst., from 4 30 to 10 the groom, where they will reside.
some more good games are coming off o'clock p.m. Everybody invited. Don't The bride has been in this city only a
in the near future between these two forget the day-next Tuesday. short while, but has won a host of
rival nines. i The proceeds will be used toward friends, who wish her godspeed and
-furnishing the new Methodist parson- eternal happiness.
Bridge Across LaMe lamoIla. age.Auctio Party T
Mr. George H. Averitt has just corn- --- Aucton Party Th-rsday.
pleted a half mile of good clay road on Cherokee Park to Be Converted Into Last evening the Misses Cates enter-
Mr. Griscom's place, in the northern Play Ground. tained a number of their friends in a
art of the county. The road has a Mr. G. H. Averitt has been employed delightful auction sale at their beautiful
.A bae and an 11-foot crown, with by the Ladies' Town Improvement As. residence on West Clinton street.
-Wadded Bermuda grass on each slope. sociation to grade fix up and gravel The house was brilliantly lighted all
It goes across one part of Lake lamo- the park in front of Mr. C. H. Dicken- over, and on the verandas were the soft
ias, a bridge 40 feet long being in the son's residence on Park avenue. Flow- illuminations of Japanese lanterns.
center. This bridge was recently con- era are not to be so abundant as in the Sofa pillows were scattered promiscu-
strueted by Sauls Bros. other parks, but the place is to be a ously on the porch, upon which the
Mr. Griscomb's place is his winter play ground for children. This is some merry couples sat after the salutations
home, and comprises about ten thous- w more good work of the T. I. A. usually necessary.
and acres of good land. Mr. R. G. There were a number of things to be
Johnson is his manager and has charge Two Fires Sunday Ng1Lt. sold at auction on the table between
of the lace in the absence of its Sunday night at 8:15 the fire bell, so the parlors. They were tied, however,
owner. here are about twenty-five long unrung, rang out while all was and wrapped so that no one could see.
miles of beautiful drives all over the still and solemn. The firemen were Each guest was given a card on which
place. scattered everywhere, but at the sound were written words sufficient to suggest
Mr. Averitt has been able to work of the gong they hurried forth from what was in the packages. A guessing
this half mileof road better than usual, church or parlor and in a very few min- contest was first. Each one was sup-
as he now has the new improvement utes were on the scene in district four- plied with small blank booklets tied
machines, for which he is agent. teen. The fire was in the chimney of with a pencil, and each person was to
are Hon. John W. Henderson's house, but ue what the numbered raises on
mDr. Plo's Testumey I.tere.stln.- was put out easily without laying the the cards first given represented
Dr. Thomas Finn, of Boonsboro, Mo., hose. When the cards were collected, the
who has practiced medicine for 82 years, At a few minutes past 10 o'clock the auction sale began. Mr. A. C. kEvans
says he has used every prescription fire bell clanged dismally again. Ever was appointed as auctioneer, and the
known to the profession for treatment ready, the fremen were "Johnny on articles were din of for beans,
of kidney and bladder diseases, and says the spot" again and the wagons were which were even distributed among
he has never found anything so effect- therewith the hoselaid in five minutes. the participant. When an article had
ive in both chronic and acutekidney and The house belonged to Mr. J. A. Ed- "gone" to a person, the auctioneer
bladder trouble as Foley's Kidney Cure. mondson and was valued at about $250. opened it in the middle of the floor, and
It stops irregularities and builds up the It was outside the fire district, the laughter at the buyer's expense was in
whole system. Sold by all dealer. nearest hydrant being by the college, order.
.^^ -^.,^,,which was seven blocks off. The hose When all had been disposed of delic-
The National Dental Assoclation will was too short to reach the house, but ious refreshments were served, and all
meet in Atlanta September 14 to 21, with tuckets the firemen prevented the enjoyed the good things to eat.
and the Georia. Florida and Alabama h u near by fr being burned Then the prizes for the contest were
railroad will sellrnd-trip ticket on When the alarm was turned in the announced as having been won by Mrs.
l and lath asfollows: From Quiney, house was too near gone to save with W. S. McLin and Miss Florence Lewis,
289 Tallahaosee, $9.50; Carrabelle bucket.. so it burned down. The chim- first and booby, respectively.
S' t lav lna, $. u in on ney, pillars and chicken house are left, All had an excellent time and an-
t, and by original holder depo tin however, together with the lot for a re- bounced the evening most pleasantly
th, and original holder deb iting uildi n spent.
ticket. with special agent inAtlanta, uNearForFthehrueheId'phrnit.re spent.
not earlier thanepmber 1thand not Nea all the household furniture For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
erhan 2th. an payment of was saved, and also the chickens from Damon. 'Phone No. 199. .35-tf
later than 25th, and payment the coop.
cents, can have same extended to Octo- te coop---- In answering advertisements, please
her 30th. Mrs. W. A. Zachary left last wetk mention the True Democrat.
o for an extended visit to Richmond, Va. Mr. W. C. Forsythe returned home
sM. laudelph Gets Leg ITBrke. En route home she will stop for a Ihort, this week from a very l]asant stay of
Sunday afternoon while on his way visit with friends in Raleigh, N. C. a few weeks in North (mtolina.
Ir the depot, returning from a pleas- Orders being received daily from ad- Remember it's the staff of life
ting at St. Teresa, Mr. T. joining towns ,H Burns & Co. for Bread-so buy the best. "Champion" or
Radolph was thrown from a ca rriie "Queen Quality" oes. For style, fit, oSylph." T. H. Randollph & Son. 26-
and a small bone in his ankle broken, service and price thA cannot be dupli-;
The horses became frightened at some- cated, and ladies who ear them are Neleson Larkins, one of the convicted
thing and were soon beyond control of familiar with their mel and will buy was recently commuted by th epardon-
the driver. Mr. Randolph jumped out no other. 27 i renty commuter oy tne pnrdon-
and received the severe and painful in- .. ing board to life imprisonment wa
Jury; but it is not serious,. and might WAS A VENT SIC K OT. found dead in the stockade at Hogans,
ave been worse. Fla, early yesterday morning. Justice
Butve Cured by Chamberlal's Colic, W.iilard will hold on inquest to deter-
Mrs. S. K. Causseaux of Wakulla is Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy. mine whether Larkins committed sui-
in the city visiting her son, Mr. A S. When my boy was two ears old he cide, was murdered or died from natu-
Cangesex had a very severe attack of bowel com- ral causes.
A matter of time and you must use plaint, but by the use of Chamberlain's etke.
one or the other, "Champion" or Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy we Members of Ci ro e, K. of P.
**Sylph" Flour. T. H. Randolph & Son. brought him out all right," sa a Me mbers of Ci ro ge K. of P.,
-. gie ickox, of Mid land MIcL T'l.s- T No. 1. are hereby otifiwl to be present
A Lively Tussle remedy can be depended upon in the at ere1next m, tdi thursday, Sep-
with that old enemyof the race, con- most severe cases. Even cholera in- t rer3t to I sw and ota no
tipation, often ends in appendicitis fantum is followed by it. Follow the mendmnts toby Important.
To avoid all serious trouble with stom- plain printed directions and a cure is By order of the K R
liver and bowels, take Dr. King's certain. For sale by all druggists. S. E,'Co P. K. R. S.
i Life Pill. They perfectly regru- .~--. -..- -
se organs., without pain or dis- "Champion" or -Sylph?" Enough Warranty Deeds, legal form. True
omfort. 26e at all druggist.. said. T. H Randolph & Son. 26-i1m Democrat Office. tf

! IRON BEDS $3.00,

You get our goods at prime cost. viz: Fancy and Staple Groceries, Wood
and Willow Ware, Tinware, Tobaccos and Cigars. A nice line of Store Fix-
tures, 1 Safe 1 Refrigerator, 1 Coffee Mill, 5 Show Cases, 1 Cash R ftter
1 Pinder Parcher, 1 Soda Water Fount, 4 Pair Scale*, and I Broom Rack.
All of above articles at prime cost except Fixtures, on which I will allow a
liberal discount. Some of my prices as an idea:
Full size Ball Potash ..._ 5c Half size Ball Potash ............ 2c
Kerosene Oil, 5 gallons for.... - 75c Apple and Wine Vinegar, per gal. .26
Oat Meal, Zest and Shredded Wheat at and below cost.
Do not delay, but come now.

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*Wosebm" enFle las. Co.
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Nerigh hide &ad oremaaile las. Co.
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NOTICE I hereby iven t that the following dcribed land will be d at pubie suction n tIe
lt day of October. 1906. in front of the court house door, at Tlllahaa.e. In the county f L.a. or
much thereof an will be e to pay the amount due for taxes hetin et opposite to thesame. t
irether with cost of such male and advertising:


Henrietta Rollin. T. C lot 12. 0 Pexcept 2 feet on the north
side the fo. f .
So hie Robertson. rent forVirrie a ... .. ..... .
R oert .n Part of the wet half of TC lot 3. NWA
described a follow.: 1tevinnlnv at the
w wornerof said lot and run north 41
feet. thence ast 137 feet. thence mouth
41 feet, thence west 137 feet tA, plae* of
beginning ..4 "
Wmin. FAwards Part of T C lot 9. N W A described as fol-
lows; Berilnninr at a point 96 feet west
of the m corner of a]d loit F. and run
wept 41 feet. thence north lltfert incph-.
Ps. thence mat 41 feet, theme mouth 116
feet antid 5 inches to place of Ibegtinning 21U
Willliam r lwardl Part of T" lot 11 N W A descrihed ase fol-
Ilow: Beginning at a point W feet west
'tf the e corner of said lot 11. and run
west 41 feet. thence morth 170 feet and 9
in-'he, thence eat 41 feet. thence mouth
il feet and 9 inrhe to placr of begin-
Christopher Cole 'ant half of the eiast third of T (' lot 20
N WA ..
Wm. Jenkins IAt Cr of the* mub-division oif T Clot M5. N
W A an rwr ilat re-orded in deed book
-J J" -Jage M(X) A1,,1 County record ...... 1
Maggie Hall E.mt half. west half,,f mouth half of T C
lot 7. n ', .. . . 5
Henry Dourlas T' lot 22. 1. i
Unknown 25' feet off th et et nd o ,f T (' lot 70 and 71
0- (Co '1 .1..
B. 0. Wilson T C lot 2o. 0 ... .. a

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iAso Nowthtthe stm rt tle
SI eM l NIshe, the S tat have at awakMeffte
their s.tmbera, asd aid epreu sd
aUM D SVRY FRID AY MORNING. termination to do away with ts-
r- ramt and loafer, the prit of whi
t mt a.n. ,tie eikwt M astruek Miami, the followIng from
o"r MWss twid ad my iS pVthe Tamp* Tribune showing how the
W- ar*.0e t ",W"de above mentioned clas ofeltisens ar
*w**m a*x, ddmlp
for may y wr spin regarded In that city, we reproduce be
IktNi sweet fellow n ip, cause every word of It Is true, and be-
wi Se eap i*at my lip, cause it is good advice to the police of
Ut rt Miami and authorities of Dade county:
M ste t. Iorw m t win thr lo" "If there is any class of citizens that
m Is.n ws mu frop mv in r proves a greater drain upon the re-
r=v ofm a m. sources of the public than the rafters
3Wt Nver da4 t teasn wr.t from me it is the vagrants, and the Tribune de-
tT w .srve await. sires to urge that the police depart-
Wdtl ohf dl Piwo t io Uo. ment use every effort to rid Tampa of
-L. U. Montwomwry. this particular class of leeches. Later
Va Matte"for fe ar L 0on, when something heroic and Hercu-
ean is desired, it would be well also to
The Live Oak Democrat says we must stir on the grafters, and se if anything
enforce the vagancy laws. So we would can be done in this ine; but this r adi-
if we could but our national trouble gression, as grafters must be treated
come largely from the impefect, partial through the State courts, and the city
ysteri el enforcement of the laws. police are the beat authorities to handle
ou can't have justice by scream ng the vagrancy problem.
vaguely and Jumping about. The prae- -The Tribune has written enough
ident has fit after fit, and one law after lately about the good wages prevailing
another is enforced for aday-that'sall throughout South Florida to make it
but it is not justice. Did you ever watch unnecessary to add anything at this
aj aybird who has seen a boy or a snake time. The only evil result of the good
so the presidenthop from twig to twig worthless negroes to make enough in
and screams and dances in ismay or one or two days to live on all the week,
anger, and then he sees another buga- and they spend the remainder of their
boo and sails off through the air to tack-, time loafing in negro bar or shooting
le a crow or an owl that never thought craps in back alleys. Nor are the ne-
of him before and ln qnietly about its groes the only offenders in this respect
kusnese --Times Union they have plenty of white company, and
now 9a ro-m W fl.a. the proportion of vagrants in this city
ews wtems frvm Wadsa-. at large in proportion to those in jail is
Wacissa, August 29, 10'6. sadfuily large. If these individual s will
Editor True Democrat: not work more than enough to eke out'
Dear Sir-Please allow me space in a miserable existence, they ought to be
your valuable columns to let the read- made usefulan well as ornamental when
era of your paper learn somewhat of not engu ,ed< in their respective private
our doings, Crops are usually fair in business. Miami Metropoli.

this section. We iare also blessed with
good showers.
A glorious protracted rn.,.tinrg im in
progress at New Hlojw lisitikt Church.
'he Bible ins ably discui,.oi bfy our be--
loved pastor, R. E. 'Parrell, of Suwaln-
nee county, Florida, whlo hIsm been our
pastor for two years. There have. Ieen
several additions to thbue church, which h
has a membership of f)o, o 2 of whorn
have attended he servie',H during th,.
past two years. The Lord ha.4 hibes.,ld
us wonderfully, sipiritually iia well. 'The
protracted service begtrn Auijust 18th.
On Sunday, the 19th, the 'on ilire u-
tion was / unnitmously IvitedI to Itro. J
11. Corneli'm, where Ihe.y wittle's.,el it
lovely marriMg., of Mr. I). A. Ienty.,
wh.Il G.__nuary L ..i1- I r-- i-i '10)4 k .

Fain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
By Chaomberlain's Pain balm.
A litt le child oif M ithitel St rau-As, tif
Ve r i m i, ( ',it) n was~ recen~It ly in great
pion fr', a liiirn (on the' hbandl, urel w
cold1( app;l ici'tims i441oly i nc ru'atsd t hei'ani-
IlIIII)uan1tiona, NMr. Mt iftii*J.'scarrile 1 N1r
.JaR1r11.i4N Njelr,Ii, a leiit l ttidimrhiit fill
irk ma vs: "I*di .e wd'i him tf 444(I'ham-
iN'r1-iitin1 l' .141 I' b il F1 1idi, tii I IVho Ii I-S i,4t.44 11-
(tt~ifiI dre", mon the intillintrnati'rin awl'
wavei iulinriIfrirat,' relilf I huivitused t his
linirma it iant fase'i I'andI rieinirniendil very
4te e'ncr ur ('ailburnir-,, strainrs and larna
biack and have never known it tqi i ~-
IiII)tt Fpi4till' S1114 I).%' viI I d luggiIiSt S.

wiU iormlnrly a1iifi romw1 r gi ia t'.'iiiJ, I fuf
who is now a citizen of this county, to Say on General Principles. JeHff
Miss Emma Cornell. After the cere-
mony a bosintiful table wits s iread arid W. have. had nrith.er time or inclina-
all partsok L, their heart m content., ti1 to writ' ,it,,ials about the ,'.tin- WHEE[L
The conkr.itulationn of those present "K"ae massure, anrld we don't (<'al in
were formally extended to the newly- rd -ii dmIitr)ii. ra o|ti-
wedded coup' e. tutional amendment proosd to bhe voted
On Aust 22nd all who were auem- on at the general election is published Genei
bled at the church were invited to a, in full each issue of thi paier and will Horse
semble at the home of Mr. W. J. Cog- be till the election. It would be well
ins to witness hm e of h for our readers to carefully peruse the pert
dMamtr wiss M t to Mr.r uth amendment and if you can see that its of ex
Mu htabMiss one t oMrkulia count !adoption result in good to the country,
best citien., Rev R. E Parnell omci then vote for it. If however, you fail
ting. Miss Mamie was one of Jeffer- to see the ood in it and yet carq't see
son's highly-e.teemed Christian girls. any harm in it, the best plan is tovote por
beloved by all who knew her. She wa against it. In failing to vote at all, it P tro
organist at Newhope church, and will is half a vote for it; the way to refuse pat FOul
be greatly missed by many friends and adopt an amendment is vote against d
loved ones of her community. Mr. t. The safe lan about constitutional teed.
Thomas has a well-prepared mansion amendments la not to vote for them -
all ready for her to preside over. unless you can really see good in them.
May God bless the young couples is It is dangerous to tamper with a docu- Econ
our petition. ment like the constitution. If we make
Respectfully, WM. P. CoomINS. a bad law it can be repeal d by the If y
I. -.. I - next Legislature, but it is not so easy ing,
lameala News. to undo a constitutional amendment. me
This we say on general principles with-
lamonia, Sept. 3. Mr. E E. Dickey out regard to the drainage amendment. I all
passed by this place one day last week. Speaking now of that in particular, we theI
He was hauling an engine for Mr. Mil- fall to see that the good is sufficiently Fen
ler, of Thomasville, from the "Horse- apparent to warrant its adoption. It the
Shoe" plantation to Metcalfe, Ga. Mr. may be good, but we don't like to take
Miller was with him. a medicine that may be good; we want B0S
Mr. T. L. Wyche was here on insur- to be assured in some way that it will
ance business last Monday. Tom in one do ood and not take it on a hap-has-
of the cleverest fellows living, and we Zard. Whenever we have to hesitate
wish him great success. about a thing like this we decide against
Mr. Robert Whitfield has begun to it just to be on the safe side. We be- Can
erect a dwelling house at Sunny Hill. lieve that it is well to hesitate about 15
He had the frame up and a load of brick voting unlimited power to any five men
on the round last Tuesday. in the State, and we construe this *
Misslertha Garland began school at amendment that way. We believe that W IIlli
Bethpage Academy last Monday. it is well to hesitate about giving these
Miss Maggie Brown was visiting her men power to declare the w ole State a
sister, Mrs. C. E. Dickey, several days drainage district if they so desire. 40-tf Cent
last week. assess and collect the tax and ac- --
On Friday last Mr. 1). F Gramlingt count to no one for it. We are not op-
road commrasioner, was riding around poeed to draining the Everglades. We
inspecting the public roads o this dis- have no persona grievance against the
trict. Governor or his pet scheme, but in view ure
Mr. Will Stringer, of Cairo, passed of the very doubtful proposition the Ur l
through the neigrhl.irhodI Iast F riday. amendment presents we shall vote
Rev. W. C. mlnbry (,on Saturday even- against it and advise our readers to do
ing lant be.gtn at tlethpage a mneeti likewint. Sumpter County Times
which he expects to iprotract through -
this week if thie sinigs are favorahbe. Chamberlain Cough Remedy Acts
lie exi 'w to Im' aisited by tRev Mer- en Naril's Cr Plea. i
ritt or WhiIrha.
Mr. W J. Wilson, of Thiomnville, I The most successful medicines are
necompniid hy her ei.lhew, Mr. .Johnl those tht aid nature. Chamlerlain's
Dixon. was visiting relatives lust Sat- (iu h iemedly acts on this plan Take
urday end Suiindv in t hi vicinity They it w hn you have a cold and it will allay
attended cmhrch at Ihethpage on Sun- the cough. relieve the lungm, aid expec- THE iCNi
day. tortion, oon the tsecretions and aid
Fr E. I. Strick lid hIsn gon to At. nature in restoring the system to a t e
lanta, Ga. healthy condition. Thousands have tes- Ballard-
Mr. J. II. Ilarvin is t ill cot' firiell to tified to its superior excellence. It
his home by smeknei. counteracts any tendency of a cold to
Cotton in this country is a failure, result in pneumonia. Price, 2i cents. FOR SALE
Cane and potatoes are looking well. large sise, W cents. For sale by all --
Some folks are gathering corn druggints. -
We are glad to say that there i now sheriff Hopki went fte and cap.
a praticing physician in reach of this Sheriff Hopkins went fter d cap.
nehborhood. Dr. Miller in located at turned another "blind tiger" saturday
a If t meets the approbation of the restaurant keeper, ded to rg and
white landlords of U1on county, we found plenty of red-etye fire-water in
meetng of the same nTal his possession as evidence against him.
ish A nImmigration, -^ disardswas bound over at $50 to
lends and rates, on some da nd trial before Judge Male'scourt.
in th moth. What day and dat Capt. J. H. enan stopped over Tue..- "M4SS
it'bet All la favor of this motion give day for a day on route to Panacea
their names to Mr. Collins, editor of Spring for a season to be benefted by See us be
th True Demoert. the water. contrt.


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Mail and P .- I Freight Mail and Passes.
Paa..n- r" and Pas- PassMn. r. s
ger. P"' sener. er. W.
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I and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Boerd I

News yest:ay
made two ethe
4 gb weftby G4
flteoa lawram.in Hart.
Wttud. CoW., A U 09 -We
als. to mw Minfor-

Zme" abot. 8& 9I6-We
1,B knowleg eerwngw bisname

Swas married twice, had a daugh-
Saeach wife, and probably other
One of the daughters is said to have
named Ella and to have married a
named Robertson.
An estate of considerable value awaits
children or their heirs, and any in-
tion concerning them or their cor-
name will be thankfully received
the undersigned.
John J. Dwyer,
2 State street, Hartford, Conn.
Nehid of County Cemulai esers.
The County Commissioners of Leon
met In regular session Tuesday in the
room of the clerk. There were present
'. C. Smith, chairman; John A. Anders,
John C. Moore, W. D. Stoutamire, W.
A. Register.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved. '
All accounts presented were exam-
ined and ordered paid. Warrants for
theseveral amounts were drawn, signed,
sealed by the clerk and countersigned
by the chair in open board.
Hunter Hill, Jr., was added to the
county pension roll at $1.50 per month.
Notary public bond of G. T. Whitfield
was presented to the board and ap.
Tampa fair committee reports that
Geo.W. Saxon declines the honor of
chairman of the committee, and Julius
Hirschberg, A. Wahnish and John L.
Robinson were added to said Tampa
fair committee.
A motion was made, seconded and
passed that H. R. and C. E. Sauls be
paid $300 on jail repairs, and that bal-
ance, as per contract, be paid when in-
-*Ioetor makes a written report to the
board that the work and repairs have
been completed as called for in the
specifications and contract.
Motion made seconded and passed
that Robert J. Phillips be appointed to
represent the board with 0. C. Parker
to inspect and make final report on
work and repairs made the Leon
county jail by H. R. and C. E. Sauls.
A Wise Negro Woman.
Not all the negroes in this country
want social equality with the whites,
not even all of those of the swell col-
ored society set. Up in Columbia, Mo.
a few days ago there was a meeting of
the grand lodge of United Brothers of
Friendship and grand temple of the Sis-
ters of the same organization, and from
a press dispatch telling of the proceed-
Inis we take the following:
"Mrs. K. M. Moore, in her address to
the grand temple, declared that there
should be a complete separation of the
races along social lines, and urged the
negro to build up his own social circle.
'I do not seek admission into the parlor
of any white woman in this country, nor
do I seek to have them come into mine.
I am proud of the fact that I am a ne-
'gro she said."
N0ow there is good sense for you, gol-
den Rood sense, splendid, priceless,
eternal good sense, and if the views of
this colored woman would be frankly and
sincerely accepted and adopted by all of
her race it would work a magic change
for the better in negro all through the
South. "Complete separation of the
races along social lines." That is the
wise, existing status, the manifest or-
dinance of nature; but because thous-
ands of educated and partly educated
.ngqroes are in bitter protest against it
allsorts of trouble result including a
coryoding discontent which frequently
Z expression in fearful crimes. No
self .-"pecting negro with even a modi-
eum of refinement should desire to force
himself upon company or into social rela-
tions where he is not wanted, and that
he should desire to do so is excellent
evidence that has neither true self-re-
spect, race pride nor refinement. South-
ern negroeshave the fullest opportunity
to build up a superior social life of their
bwwn, if they desire it and are capable
Wof it; and the better class of Southern
whites will not fail toencourage them in
that effort; but complete social separa-
tion between the whites and negroes is
Indispensable to pesce ad order and
decency and uneorrupte racial evolu-
tion. We are glad to reproduce the sen-
aible words of this senable, self-respect-
g colored woman in Missouri and hope
a her views may become general with
rage throughout the South. Noth-
[J surer than that the Southern
w tiRpeople will never abate their own
w o on this subject, for the high-
est and strongest of al motives-the in-
tMt of racial selfpreervatlon-com-
|S the. to this attitude; and if the
accept the inevitable and work
their own social evolution alog par-
lMeks thereby avolde atll to.
iat r he h odte tody r
olef gemal race war.-
We buy
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rtnm -T T. FELKBL.
A=ecosy' Attet& T. FELtEL,
Clerk t the Circuit CHae, A County, Florid
To Wbom It Mar Caers.
Notice is heby gv I hav been givan
poowe of aUorMy to act o9Mra. A. U. Le. In
the settlement of allI busilaes of herw late husband.
All persons having claim afast the late A. M.
L a~r mequatd to present *mm, all persous .
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v.at.. t all suchv ma y bea sustedeY&
if.sot M. AUSLEY,
p 'yeA t. with Power of Attorn ., for Mrs. A. M.
to the highest bidder on Tuesday, October 9th, Tallahase*a Fla., August lst, 1906. 28-t
198, in front of the court houae at 12 o'clock
noon, in Tallahassee. the following property, to should see this
wit: DEAR Doc: If you should see this
The large two-story brick building known as write me at once. Your loving brother,
the Leon Academy.C ntsly used for the Talla. J. OSBORN,
a pi a ittd i the bun orton 43-4w Box 218, Elkins, W. Va.
of the ton. loeatn d lots num re 225, 26. 227
and 28, North Addit to the Ci of Tallahassee,
comprising one-half uare, f nting on Dual BRICKI BRICKt! BRICK!!!
street 170 feet, on To|nososestret s40 feet, on
Bronoufh street 170 fT L e above building is
60 feet lon by 40 feet ide, ith an annex in the
bThu bulI can bet|nd fo an pua$e.. $7.50 F. O. B. Depot
but is epeisly dMira fand well adaptedfora
cigar factory, or tobac packing house; anyone
interested in this Ind ry would do well to be
pisrent at the sale. hi. building is compara- $8.50 delivered in city
tively new and in excellent condition, and is only
offered for sale because the school trustees desire
to erect a new building in a different part of the
Remember the date of sale-Tuesday, October GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,
Se R. A. SHINE. Auctioneer.wo
Talahassee'la.. SeptA. SHINE. Auctionee. Tallahassee, Fla.
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To the Sheriff of Leon County. of the State of
Be it known that I, H. Clay Crawford, Secre-
tary of Slate of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notice that a Gene:al Election will be held mi
L on County, State of Florida, on Tuesiay next
succeeding the first Monday in November. A. I).
1906, the said Tuesday being the Sixth Day of
For One Representative of the 3rd Congres-
sional District of Floriea in the .Sixtieth Congres
of the United States.
For Two Ju.mtices of the Supreme Court of the
State of Floiida.
F.r Two Railroad Commissionert for the State
of Florida.
For One State Senator fot Nth Senatorial Dis-
trict of the State of Florida.
For Two Members of the House of Representa-
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Asessor of Taxes.
For Tax Collector.
For County Treasurer.
For Five County Commissioners.
For Three Members of the County Board of I
Public Instruction.
For Juetic of the Peace in and for the follow-
ing Justice Districts, viz:
No.. 3, 4. 7, 8. 9. 10. 12.
For Constable In and for the following Justice
District, via:
No.. 3. 4.1.0, 11, 12.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and affYxed the great Seal of the
I.. 8.] State of Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capi-
tal, this the first day of September, A. D.
Secretary of State.
To CHARLES HOPKINS., Sheriff Leon County.
Wanted, District HNaager.
Exclusive territory will be given to
reliable and industrious man to repre-
sent the Washington Life Insurance
Co. of New York. Highest commis-
sions paid. Company issues every plan
of contracts that another company
ihas. Address Justin M. Williams, 901
English-American Building, Atlanta,
Ga. 25-5t

Neatly Done.

With F. T. Myers, Attorney.


See J. D. Cay when you wish to buy
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
will give you the best at the closest
prices. 51-tf
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe.


Repair Your Sidewalks



For Sale by

Tully & Yaeger Co.

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

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under a
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.

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"It's up to you" to write quickly if interested in a thorough. practical Bu:.i-
ness Education. Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting, Pen Art, etc., thor-
oughly taught by able and experienced instructors.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS offered for the first 30 DAYS ONLY, begin-
ning August 15, 1906. For particulars address


P. 0. BOX 210


We'are no* w offer ing our*
We are now offering our g

lawns and odds and end' of ie~k. r

goods, laces and embroiderietat great

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,
/ Monroe Street.
Pre aired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning and
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.

-, Wi 1 carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
c Tailors.
C mne and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
aI and Ret what you want.

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rent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 26c.





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A Cup of White HRese or Blue Labe
Heia and Java Cabe
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cof-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of ford
products- those we have tested our-
selves. and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.



General Builders and Contractors.

Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
guaranteed. -: U




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

Rates Reasonable o_. a" W e'r

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Big 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 now of-
fer you at $4.00 and we are offering a regular
$6.00 value at $4.25.
We intend to make more money on Iron Beds by lowering
the price and selling more beds. We expect to doublesour sales
in this line in 30 days. Low prices will do it. Come and see.





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

North Caro-
in Ohio.

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

J. D. CAY,

South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Telephone No 291


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