The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
September 14, 1906
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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

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Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privlleges

in.. ". 5 O TU kesbarab wonboth Northens m sod and ST. CLAN AWAMedman he is ngarding these lands
Besu ns, bt they hadthm. cooa sainb It? a
I Tro Y or rLooM A. g e ^ s,,,bar andthae 2s 6j"4M o o B ie-s ss;
eookt on question w out of re- behalf of the State under the act of
30m- 11vUe t th W-M eost. e.tictea demunems h ltht .the I 8 1 .putting the title to the lands in
g o-. eolaatima0riues ove OeeWa oWh at t s le -sm the itW tei of the Intrnal Improve-
m w i wo n rm i -i C 0coaldeations. The t ease I ever PremMt FlIh Silased Se Talte mrent Fund. He conceals from thepeo-
wbilw eg Vierida carried to this court contained some In b- by W 8 wM .. is .OW. pie the factthat sections 28 and 2 of
._ L.b roJi_ toeatinr proposition of law. and @re i n this act (which was ase on the th
i,. V. m which took a great deal of pride. I daI M of January, 1866) ditnct reserved th
RSgI mver saw Senator James labored arduously in the preparation of the Legislature the power to grant the
D. r.,he wos still living my brief and sent days in delving Hon. Alex. St. lair-Abrams has writ- alternate asectionsm ofthese l for six
wm" co tm__ _- to 5111a. 1 w5 through text books and reports. Judge ten another very ble letter totheJack- miles on each sideto much railroad com-
o*, Mb? ,._M I. bord Wehtcott praepwad the opinion and sonville Metro is on the drainage imWiee thereafter chartered as they may
^injte ^1"1^ ? m_?^ handed It downiwthin a few days after on a nn..-.-w.,..! a-m pre nd that by a later act
in njv, Canada l 1880. and ise the case was submitted. Although the question, in wm he places before the passed n 1881 it was distinctly provided
meb e as erratic, but one of the decision was favorable to me. he cited public some a arguments showing that these alternate sections should not
taai 0mmen of his tu i. numberless authorities which I had why thedrana amendment should not even be subject to the rights of credit-
Sat Aleandria, Va.. in 10, he never seen and never been able to find. meet with the a proval of the people. ors of the Internal Improvement Fund
went to Now Jersey when a youmthn, His capacity for research was indeed u. says : . Under this act of 1855 and the subee.
in his earlmanhood, began th practice remarkable, as the many opinions pre- e uent acts of the L~gislature granting
of law. t is to be presumed that he pared by him attest. In his harangue throughout the State the alternate sectionstorailroas, every
did not follow the profession with much ..Our law, that did a boundless ocean sn support of tr outrageous constUtu- railroad company holding a railroad in
ardof s histaste and inclination were law tat d a undlss ocean tionai amendme now before the peo.- the Stateof Florida became vestedwith
in the direction of politics. He ran for Was oated all and fathomed all bv e Govet nor B Award is acting with the right to these alternate sections,
the nature n New Jersey against Was coae all and fathoharacteristic po tical trickery and di- agregatin 8,840 acres of land toever
hi father and defeated him, although im." .honesty. mile road constructed and equippi.
the father was popular and had been He was genial,. good nature, compan- Practically, th entire burden of his There cannot even be a pretext on the
Attorney General of the State. Young ionable, and quickly saw the bright or talk is his den ciation of the land part of Governor Broward, or the Trus-
Westcott was appointed to some gov- the amusing side o things. As an in- grants given to the railroad corpora- tees of the Internal Improvement Fund
ernment position in Washington and stance of his good companionship with tions and his a ling out the East that the right to grant these alternate
there won the friendship of President the bar, I remember once to have argued Coast Railway C pany and Mr. Flag- sections was not reserved by the Leg-
Jackson. It is related of him that he some motion before the court that I ler for denuncilt n and in holding them islature when it put the title to the
challenged a man at the national capital felt sure would be decided in my favor up to public oblo y. swamp and overflowed land in the Trus-
to a duel on account of some scandalous It went against me, however, and I The only issue before the people of tees of the Internal Improvement Fund.
remark made about the President's presume my countenance betrayed sur- the State is who er or not the consti- Apply these laws, therefore, to there
marriage. Jackson hearing of it. sent prise and indignation. Judge Westcott tutional ameddm t shall be adopted. Florida East Coast railway, when it
for Westcott, and in the presence of a observed the disappointment pictured Whether or not it was wise or unwise built and equipped 294 miles of railroad
number of people in the executive in my face, and when the judges left to give land g;a to railroad compa- in the State it became absolutely vested
chamber, scolded him severely, but the bench, he passed my seat an stoop- nies in Florida is ot and cannot be an with a right to 1,128,960 acres of land
when the young man sullenly left the ing over said: You are disgusted, issue of this cam ign within the 6 mile limit on each side of
room. Jackson followed him to the head aren't you?" I told him, half seriously, o a the road.
of the stairs and in a stage whisper that I was struggling to suppress my Whether or not he Everlades should There is not a law r with rofes-
said, "Shoot the scoundrel, James; feelings. "'Oh," he said with a chuckle, be drained is no an issue involved in sional standing abovehe the graeofa
shoot him, and I will stand by you." "don't try to suppress them; we allow the constitutions amendment. shyster who will question the right of
The duel, I believe, was never fought, disappointed lawyers great latitude, THE 0 Y ISSUE. this road to the grant of these alter-
but old Hickory remembered young and i it will relieve you any you may No one knows tter than Governor nate sections under the act of 1865 and
Westcott's "good intentions" and re- tell your client when you get home that Broward that real and only issue the subsequent acts of the Legisla-
warded him by appointing him Secre- we are a set of asses." And when I before the people involved in this con- ture.
tary of Florida, and to fill this position thanked him for the privilege, he add- stitutional am ment whether or How many acres of these alternate
he came to the then Territory in 1836. ed: "Oh! it's all right-I know how not five irres ble exdative officers sections has the Florida East Coast
After serving several years as Secre- you feel-I have been there myself." of the State be vaWd with the Company received? h
tary, he was made United States Attor- Judge Westcott resigned from the autocratic and or rto im- Not a singleacre.
ney for the "middle district," later be- bench in 1885 and died two years later. pose a tax ing an- And yet in the face of this fact
coming a member of the Territorial He was a bachelor and lived alone with nually upon t ofr Governor reward is if before th;i
House of Representatives, and still his books and his dog and gun. He had th < Ale of the Stat of lo ritii-in
later was sentas a delegate to the Con- faults-faults that were regretted and skstoshrkwhheronot the Florida EastCoast RailwayCom-
stitutional Convention f 1889. When that probably cut short his career, eral hundred la *ners in the drain pany and Henry M. Flaglar.
in 184 Florida was admitted to State- sibly even his life. -ralaA "be .mt Am pn iNi I'" Io um......
S.0 ehe l howhardts toclimb xedbenfit of The lawignored ad nullified alike
.Levy ( the firstppp the Louisville and Nashville Railroad by Governor Jepings and his bo ,
States Senators, being elected as Dem shines.afar? and other railroad corporations of the and by Governor Brorard oad his board"
ocrata over George Hernandez and Ah, who can tell how many a soul State. the faith of the State v violated, ht bonord
Jackson Morton, the Whig candidates. sublime ^ ..... t tish ofthe.State vilat N, honor
Senator Westcott served his State fith- Ha. felt the influence of malignant Gov. Broward knows that there is smirched, its implied and expressed
fully and ably but for some reason did star pending before the United States Court contract with the men who have built
not return to lorida after the expira- And waed with fortune an eternal one single lawsuit brought by the Louis- hundreds of miles of railroad repudiated
tion of his term. Whether he became war." ville Railroad Company which, if de- and nullified, this man Broward never-
disgruntled over his defeat for re-elec- cided in favor of that corporation, will theless has the temerity to go before t
tion in 1849, when Jackson Morton, his He was philanthropic noble-hearted, turn over to it almost every acre of the people of Florida and denounce as
old Whig adversary, succeeded him, or charitable, generous and publi-spirited. land claimed by the State of Florida. thieves and land-grabbers men who
whether the allurements of the Capital I am told that he bequeathed the larger He knows that there are other claims, have simply asked the State to carry
City held him captive, as they have so part of his modest fortune to the cause on these lands also in suit which is de- out its contracts and agreements witn k
many public men since that time, I have of education, in his native city. cided contrary to his contention will them, on the laith of which they have '
never learned; but certain it is that he Ttm.,.b v wipe out the title of the State to every expended millions of doliar.l
remained there for years without so Te"re by Savages. acreof land nowe claimed byit and leave And it should be kept in mind that
much as a visit to his State It is said "Speaking of the torture to which a deficit of several millions of acres., this contract and agrmeme.t with Lne
that while in Washington, after he some of the savage tribes in the Phil- In answer to the argument against builders ot railroads in this State was I
ceased to be a Senator, he lived by ippines subject their captives reminds forcing this drainage scheme on the not made by itepublcan or carpet-bag
writing speeches for and furnishing me of the intense suffering I endured people until these suits are decided, he State Legiasatur s and State govern. I
data to Congressmen who thus availed, for three months from inflammation of coolly replies that if his views prevail means, or uy republican or carpet-
themoelves of his ability and vast stor the kidneys, saysW. M. Shermanof the railroads will not get the land buggers, but was solemnly made by
of information. When the Civil War (.musngnMe" Nothing epe m need of haveutold the e tht Democratic Legislatured and Demo-
came, Senator W tcott went to CanadatiI tried Electric Bitters three bottles He need Coha. vet do nople tha. critic state governments, and advo-
came, Senaor Wetedottwent to Canada ofwhhode, ,,te d in03wlme.dCu esButaswe this.viewsdo notp revai '
to reside. He was intensely Southern of which completely cure me. Cures Basutp ise hnion ts dhi pies il cated, urged and carried into effect b
in his sentiments, and yet, for some liver complaint, dyspepssia. blood dis- Awin are reisti ed o dudi ations to theiuemocratic leaders with the full know]- r
unaccountable reason, che to eek the ordersl and malaria; and restores the in re rte l sntandd approval oa the peot
unaccountable reason, choseto seek the nwee iNowtifhetosekh .hd e.opletandU
protection of another f lg. When he weakl and nervous to robust health. contrary Rarod Cothe oansvwines b e the ao o
odied in 1o80 hia son, .lames Wen-, Guardnteed by all druggists. Price Cc Nashville Railroad Copany wi by oe ovlatthe Stte lh aw to put upon the
died in 1s8., his son,. aues D. We-w h. A. - what right will he and his cliquehe haveo ot ealt e ax oLihonesto p tweeI
cott, caused his remains to herut Leon Co .ty Hrigh Scthtol. torforce hundreds oftersondtos afor 'eough; to ae sal dd, t dohisnesiy t wereck- r
to Florida tand buried where he now M Ethetdrainagenof the verglades for enough; to add toths inarneyn the Nreck-
sleeps. o The school will begin Monday, Sep- benefit of the Louiaville and Na.hville les enuniationd anld ulged ie by Npo-fn
JAMES D. WESTCOTT (THE YOUNGER). temper 24th. 19,6. The State course Railroad Company.H e does not and leon h. 1iawaru are evidences ol nis-
-;th e tantwdsono.a r"of study, as adopted in 1903, will bead- cannot answer this question. By uttLer unfitnes sor the poalmtio he hold,

nec aentoGover or aen orl b ... ... noth moer deicl nd mor ud ant -tl to r. nKp upo te
Westott, I was on terms of tne cosr t ered to except rin the case of puptispeals to the passions and cupidity of anr "anR' thI i ouImpr itont e ared
wren tost n a s Wter r of .te o s- not desirion to take a classica. course, the designing, the nredulous, thevi'ious e ue tl Aieirg doubt n
friendship I met him for the first on - alt L -Aa- th d the rte ddro a -e r-r.tln n h t .

hasee. wuen he came in fron tf, ,t fuy metig tobe duig in this constitutional amendment and to Yiryand font f ,ubl

oanr tjoin a circle odrf go t-h urivil, Mi" sc lie tb anrd Stat e cer.-G, o.rr it, regardl os of twhes conti querwet olds .rnens to- ... .. w..l .l
oaurt, tnot kno, ShuetsoArt.l atr, th tr, '"" that will follo,,w ,xept to thosty who Doctors are rdlua e. Gua r

1 Court and was regarded and e st.e. ". '.. .. "res hi. hearer with the idea that the iraternily and a t nid circle o>t tle.,,
Su gan able jurstot wa bnr adrared I M Kate Sullivan, Second Grade. orilda East Coalst Klway Company i eHe nays od hit cas'.: ' i Judge Wetcott was onyrn and '.t. f te, 8th-rade and Mr. Flajler are the chief would-be inflammation of tne thi-h.,td.l ( uin I'*
demin T ua ton. reiing15 hy wa pri- M;', Besi Eppe,.n." First Grade cer- grabbers of thse ladt. tt lngs, t '',"

wo la Mi Julia Kennedy, Primary certif- land rant He knws per ty t. .
-"' Mi S Emma Washburn_. .d rd .. Ida Eas t o railwayy Co- ft t '

41"ch att-enion, and at the early age uo Mi_ Hennie Chaires. Primary certif- yngest grant tn a while th rain was filing di y a
twenty.-te year he was appoin ed es". 1tgade. further knowsthat if the United States all eile was still and unsuspecting, a
AmetateJusticeof tne Suprem#.our. Miss Mattie Daviea. Kindergarten. Supreme Court shouk confirm the valid- sharpreport broke the oppressive vi- O
When be was appointed to the ernch, It in very desirable that all pupils en-. ty of these grants the older grants lce, startling the revery.wrap Md
Edwn M. Ranoad was LChief Justice. t lev kod the very first day and attend (pncipally that of the Louisville and populace into astonifhmen. It as f
ad Ossman B. Hart was Assoiast, buit as nearly every day as possible. ay Comnny) will sh- directly in front of this othce, and the c
when I 4 rst looked upon utm court it Wm. N. S uAs. Principal. s b eve cre noA cl th mystery still remains as to who thu.
wascomposedo0 Itaneatl, Chiefl (ibue, ...^*. State, that the FloridaEast Coast dIsturbed the public peace i
mad James D Westcot, Jr., a u. Au A Scle teS Weder. Railway Company will not get a single All within hearing having assured: t
V V-Valken Aesaat's. I resali The reas that stand to Its errdit a. themselves thAt it was nut a free toima. t
the faces of t Ju es as vividly to- make Bucklen's Arniea Sve na den Why thia tenderness for the Louis- or a pitched battle, rushed to the seene,.
s when I Arst saw t= m as the tf wode. It cred M ill and Nash Railway only to nd the nw epded
beace in tOhe dsorie old eourt rmm. lecturer for the Patrons of H1be1 dry, whtch has thei ole rant, Ma d as combat troaein o a eoace patriot
s eatanttw gimve year0ao. Ihe WayneI sPa. of a s e dsNeO tai ia 1 Ially-deasign renracker smoudering
S adt JMstdie s M ter, he ves-r of jfl. It heels m wet vry ye. m and snokig the muddy seene of itsa
1 5and aU-aserted Van Vaskentrgh se l si, len. s ueats, w--a, Why teil at tedu klo t dedadseon. e tu
ibIsI t left. sad the Slert WestetS at blatmes d asa rtm.m OanikW a U a d erp5 o sad meh gWii ae ba-les
b I right Mhead. Randad and Va Val- drggists. people of FMlri as the eaarpeahn FIbscribe to The TrMe eicnmit. i

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the Worer f ite
With the People

One of the best t weim
for a living is that It vew Wo
common interest with
he oould not othr eeo
There are so many kiah ci
life that are plen ntly w ;Mi
relations of social equ d
unequal, of coevals d ad
different ages, of master a vt
housekeeper and marketmi
and employ", and
of the most accessible ofall X
tion of coworkers, of peseai
stations, duties and capeitis
in the same task or in ta&*.ld
touch one another. Thetht
more than any other single t-h sheu
the individuals who compose s
city indepe ndent is the me r
making a living or the desire i k
money. One does not really
these aspirations to advamtq.l*l
getting down off any perth
may find himself Instail.
in the crowd shoulder
the other workers. A highi J
exclusiveness is only poesi to
nothings, and is only psed by knl-
nothings. The people who vales t see
to think that the crowd ootamhate
and vulgariase; that such virtu aesstl
may contain is diluted and wem tk-%.
a large acquaintance with oedlnary
pie; that the only people to have
relations with are the "nice" peop
the pople of social position wo eve
someth ng advanta o- to confeO ,
people who are to dine with
out of whom something be eds.
That is a mistaken notion
take is one of small! minds. The PeCd
-the great msas of the
fountain of honor and the a
of most advantages. The wise
is to get in touch with as many r th
as is reasonably convenent.-Harpers
Dr. D. Theme aIeaW eUSM ,
Mr. DavidY. T. V. P .,
dean of History and --- -t t
Universalty of the State of louia w"
in the city a fewdays thieweskl din
data from the Supreme Court id
and other sources for the 1"-MU-eal
History of the United States,' to
published by the Carnegie Instit-tom
Af Washington. The book ia belaceom-
piled by Mr. Davis R. Dewey, of P.a-
ton, Mass., and will be one of the mit
invaluable publications ever written
Mr. Dewey has requested Dr. Themes,
knowing his ability as a writer and a
student, to contribute a chapter on the
History of Bankin in Florida Hea
been to Pensacola previous to coming
here, examining< a file of the Gusette.a
paper published there long before the
civil wir. He is gaining much valuable
information, and his chapter promises
to be one ot the best in the book.
As above stated, the University of
the State of Florida has Dr. fhomas at
the head of the department of history
and economics, and no more competent
instructor in that line can be found. J
the South. Any students intending to
nake law a profession, will lay a solid
foundation by attending the University
nGainesville to stidy under this great
In not one branch, however, is the
University of Florida deficient. Every
course of instruction that is offered is
n the hands f men competent and
eminently proficient. It were mere
folly to class with it any other school
n the State, in advantages and courses
utfered, and more especially in faculty.
Any ,erson who can possibly do so,
'ill d, exceedingly well to attend this
ic'hiMl. which pinirihes in the near
uture t ti e *eve; where recognized as
in1' of the gie .tte.t in the South. Flor-
idt Ii.y s must '.start tle ball to roll-

ce Cream Supper Tuesday Eveamla
At tlie columns, residtre veof Hon. I.
Feikel. corner Adams street and
'.nk avtcnue. the ladies of the Metho-
lit church served ice creams and cakes
o all guVtsts from 8 to 11 p m. on laut
.'uelday. The delightful refreshments
o re served in the spacious dining halls,
vhaile Miller'. graphophone was cos-
inually one of the treats uf the ervea-
ng by no means to be discounted.
The beautiful front yard sad law
asu lighted by a number of Japanee
anteras strung from tree to tree. The
whole large house was brilliantly lighted
nd gave token of the good time oing
)n within.
The object of the festival was to help
turnish Inc of the MethOdK
church, and it was to a great d
ugc,,ful; a lew more such lifts wtI
con have the external aa well ts-
ernal appearance of the pearse
ransformed for the better.

o her aunt, Mrs. French of thllg
bannnon aia -NKH
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Governor Broward was scheduled to
make his "drainage speech" at Tamps
The New Orleans Picayune is respon-
aible for the following: "Advertising
makes authors." Yes, and advertising
makes almost everything else a-go.
Th* f uatia in Cuba is described as
"serious." It will be still more serious
if Unele Sam has to add that hornet's
et no to his valuable collection of terri-
toris possessions, -Pensacola Journal.
t o. I S I- -
We acknowledge with pleasure the
levitation from the Fort Myers Board
of Trade to Join members of the Legis-
ture ad newspaper men in a trip from
Fort Myers to Lake Okeechobee, and
regret very much that business matters
prevent our coming un this occasion.
A pleMsat and profitable trip to you,

SA very suceesful meeting of the tur-
peatine mean's eonveption was held in
Jaskaonville this week, at which the
following ofe. for the ensuing year
were elected: "W. M. Toomer, presi-
dent; vice-preident, Alex. Seasons;
secretary, J. A. Hollomon; treasurer,
R. M. aseanett; executive committee,
A. D. Covington, Alex. Seasons, J. A.
Hollomon, R. M. Baasnett, R. S. Paul,
F. J. O'Hara and J. W. Walsh.
That paragregh editor of the "great
and good" Time-Union. gets off the
followilt: A cat worth W40,000 has
just died intestate at Wilkesbarre, but
no contest between the heirs is yet re-
ported ....... Well, in Maine they could
afford to lose....... Banker Stenuland
sbouk I be proud of being bound in Mo.
roeeo.......The Cuban insurgents are
not crossing the bridges even when
they get to them. They are blowing
them up..-... -At any rate Atlanta in
not Insisting on having the battleship
QGlgia delivered to the government
on Peachtree street.
The past week has been by far the
most Mueessful experienced since the
active campaign in behalf of the Flor-
S Ida tate fair, which will be held at
Tampa November 14 to 2, began. Dur.
lng the week a total of eight counties
mse appropriations and appointed com-
malelomm to solicit products for exhi-
b. itio running the total up to twenty-
ve, which almost doubles the number
of a counties heretofore represented at
f oy authbwn State fair Citizsens in a
number of counties, the commissioners
iV e~whMeh refused to make appropria.
tidea, are preparing to have their coun-
ties repair noted by public subscription.
The times-Union very meanly puts it
thusly: "Senator Tilman's dispensary
scheme is now as dead as Governor
Broward's." Yes, but how almut that
dralTnag scheme which in now on and
the i surance one which will very likely
be again recommended and pushed by
Sim? Will they, too, not meet death,
as did the dispensary schein-." Are our
people not fully tired of all these
schemes anyhow? Had we not better
guard against the possibility of those
schemers building up their ('vinteflmplated
powerful political machine, which means
fastening political scheinmeters upon usn
forever? Will not about eight years of
it be enough for Floridinns?

As a wee small evidence of fact that
It pays a town to have a live. wide-
awake daily newspaper. even if it is an
iiafe, 5-column daily, ju.t read the
lawag from the Live O)ak Daily
Democrat of the 12th: "All this talk
we have been making about the growth
t Ltve Oak It recent years is backed
ap by the oMd fats and figures. The
assesed va~M here have increased'
frrom p00,0o i,7OW,000 in the last
three yesus. R let some other city
in Florida beat thiat Don't all speak
at oncee" Just give us the little en-
erage enm t we thak we deserve and
tih True Democrat will do something
SIsr Tallahasee. We wist we could do
M .M, bet we meut haeo m e be l aand


age taxes the collection of which the
courts have enjoined, and the $5,000 as-
sessed against sundry small owners not
affected by the injunctions, the State,
through the board, has "put up" less
than $100,000, and hap no more money
on hand with which to continue its
drainage operations. The board has
been enjoined from using a sum a
about WM,000, the proceeds of sales
land claimed by railroad ompaslea
under legislative grats, and emast e
that money for drnage orW ay eth
prpoen. The Board ha ales ber an -
joined mfro sag the vy lamb whi
IGevem a now id ps pas to olo "to

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The Pensacols Journal requested Gov-
ernor Broward to answer a question
propounAed to him by the Hon. John S.
Beard during the recent Pensacola
drainage debate, which the Journal af-
Armed the Governor had failed to notice.
The question was: "While the owner-
ship of these Everglade lands is in dias
pate-while it is a matter of litigation
in the courts-will it be wise to spend
the people's money in draining them
until ameh ownership is settled?"
In the Journal of September 9 Gov-
ernor Broward takes almost an entire
page to make reply. The reply c m-
priae two separate communications to
the Journal. After the first one was
written it probably appeared to be
rather weak-which it was-and he ac-
cordingly wrote another-which was
weaker still. Both letters consist mainly
of "excurpts" from the Governor's
stereotyped speech which he recently
delivered at Jasper and Lake City, and
therefore they contain little that is new,
and still less that can be regarded as
an answer to Mr. Beard's question.
The Journal editorially condenses the
"answer" into five numbered sections.
which we will consider separately in
their order, and concludes its editorial
thus: "It remains now for the opposi-
tion to knock the props from under his
logic by showing that it is based on
false premises and that his conclusions
are not justt" which the True Demo-
crat will now proceed to do with the
utmost ease.
"1. The Trustees have no option in
the matter. Their duty, under the law,
is to drain the Everglade, no matter
where the ownership lies."
How is it that the "duty to drain the
Everglades," regardless of the courts,
the rights of individuals, the solemn en.
actments of Legislatures and the set-
tied policy of a succession of boards of
trustees, continuing for more than fifty
years and comprising in their member-
ship some of the wisest and most illus-
trious men Florida has ever produced,
was never before recognized or under-
taken, but was left, for all of that long
period, for the Jennings-Broward board
to discover and exploit?
"2. If drainage is to wait until all
litigation is settled, it will never be ac-
complished any more than Palafox
street could be paved if the city were
to wait on every or any diatisfted tax-
payer who might insist on obstructive
This is a bold and reckless defiance of
the majesty of the law and the author-
ity of the courts. It is actuated by the
same kind of spirit which impels the
criminal to defiance and outlawry, the
socialist to contempt of law and order
and the anarchist to assassination.
Constitutions and courts are the bul-
wark of the citizen as a protection
against the usurpation of power by op-
pressive rulers, and to defend society
against the encroachments of despotism
and the violation of the laws. In ef-
fect, Governor Broward would say:
"Away with the courts, when they in-
terpose [as they have done] between
my designs and their accomplishment!"
"8. The lands which are to be
drained will, themselves, under the
drainage amendment, bear the cost of
such drainage, said cost being divided
as follows: The lands themselves pay.
ing a drainage tax of five cents an acre
and the State putting up an equal
amount, the State's money to come
from the proceeds of the sale of State
lands that have either been sold or will
he sold while the drainage continues.
The lands outside of the Everglades
district will therefore pay no drainage
tax, but the latter will be assessed
against and paid by the lands benefited,
just as the abutting property owners
pay the cost of a street pavement"
Hut this whole proposition assumes
that the courts, which have already en-
joined the collection of the drainage
tax. and have denied every effort of the
board to remove the injunction, will
positively adopt the views of the board,
dinssolve the injunctions and leave the
board free to carry out its plan. How
can (Governor BIroward know that such
will be the result? The adoptionof the
amendment cannot by any possibility
affect the final decision of the courts.
The State has not yet "put up an equal
amount." Against the $166,000of drain-

-astim -Governor Brew-
It am thi aMnd to defy dtha
authority o f a s.disolvtn10
w dai, a d a Bi ?T Whowould be
inae-ss 0 (a -aa?
The l1-ad M atthe "first drain-
age ditrlst'" is ast liable for drain-
ae taxe; but W knows that the
board will net (lpe-p next week, or
next month) emr e other drainage
district sad pmweed, as it has already
done, to levy ibeMageI taxes (with the
proceeds of w"a to "drain the Ever-
glades") upon lad which lie scores or
hundreds of miles distant from the
Everglades, and upa lands which can-
not by any poeaiibty be benefited by
such drainage, or say drainage, and
upon lands, like cypress timber, the
value of which would be irreparably
injured, if not utterly destroyed, by
"4. If the railroads should ultimately
get the lands, the State would still be
the gainer, because, after drainage, the
lands will represent many million dol-
lars in taxable property and the State
will receive taxes from them, whereas
now It receives nothing,"
If the courts decree that the lands
belong to the railroads, and command
the Board to make deeds accordingly,
will not the lands be at once placed
upon the tax books and State and coun-
ty taxes assessed against them, payable
by the railroads? And is not the Board
(by refusing to make deeds, as com-
manded to do by the Legislature), and
by contesting the rights of the railroads
in the courts) itself primarily responsi-
ble for the fact that "the State re-
ceives nothing," and has long been pre-
vented from receiving anything in the
shape of taxes, from these lands? The
alleged increase in value on account of
drainage is a proposition so remotely
problematical as to scarcely merit seri-
ous consideration, particularly in view
of the fact, substantiated by abundant
testimony already taken in the drainage
injunction suits, that much of the land
proposed to be drained would be perma-
nently injured, instead of benefited, by
drainage, and in some instances its
value absolutely destroyed, as in the
case of cypress lands.
"5. The railroads will not get the
Funds, because, if everything else fails,
the State can still prove, by the Consti-
tution, that the various Legislatures
have given sway more lands than the
Cofistitution permits them to grant-
that said grants are unconstitutional-
and that all of the remaining lands for
which deeds have not been made belong
to the school fund and cannot be deeded
to a railroad company or any one else
except on payment of an agreed price."
This appeal by Governor Broward to
the well-known devotion of the people
to the cause of popular education is a
last, final, desperate effort to rescue
the drainage scheme from its impend-
ing fate. Is it possible that, with the
devoted services of numy highly paid if
not distinguished legal advisers at its
command, the Board has omitted or
neglected to priest to the courts, in
the several suits now pending, so vital
and important a constitutional question
as the one here stated If the State
"can still prove" that the land grants
are void, why has it not been done here-
tofore? And why-with such counsel
to advise it a Raney, the learned jurist,
Cooper, the distngtlished lawyer, La-
mar, the veteran public servant, Whit-
field, the people's choice for Supreme
Court Justice, not to mention a long
list of able me.n preceding them-why
has this crucial constitutional point
never before been raised, to squelch
the greed of the railroad companies and
conclusively dispose, in the twinkling of
an eye, as it were, of this whole vexed
and vexatious question? Was it because
those great men were so poorly paid
for their services that this great fact
remained to be first discovered by a
more expensive adviser?
In order to fully understand the im-
port of this great discovery, and what
its connection may be with the school
fund, we must refer to Governor Brow-
ard's letter itself. He quotes from the
Constitution to th effect that one item
of resource bring to the State

Bread-so buy thebest, "Champion" or
"Sylph." T. H. Randolph & Sos. 26-
Miss Shirley Long left Thursday in
company with Mr. W, R. Wilson and
Mrs. Hea for New York.
These word from the Gainesvill Son
appeal to every person of humane feel-
ing: "Of o ., he's only a horse,
maybe a iery ho at that, but he
has the same, andyou an
a sps men of a
SM re-
*mi a a irt t-a -- st ret
Dapetp m -dari M the hot

d in O w W W I

pera eat dt the pubf lab but
"twety4ve per cent of te al ofI
publt lab." If the asehot fund h
not r ved a that It hais bhewetited
to, It is beaes the Trustaes hav
failed to pay overto It the "twenty*
five per ceat of the alea" which they
have made, sad there is no good reason
for beeving that they have ae failed
The twenty-five per cent claim of the
school fund does not attach to the public
lands until a "sale" has been made,
and a grant, or gift, is not a "sale."
Any respectable lawyer-any intelligent
school boy, even-could have told the
Governor this.
Will the Pensacola Journal kindly
publish the above, so that its readers
may see both Aides?
"J. B. L.," in the Kick Column of
the Jacksonville Metropolis, has the
following on the vagrancy law that was
passed at the last session of the Legis-
"If there is one law that is absolutely
worthless in its present form, it is the
vagrant law in this State. It is the
easiest to evade of any law I know of,
and I have heard the authorities say
that it is almost useless to arrest per-
sons for this offense, as it is next to
impossible to convict them.
"If a man is arrested for vagrancy
he gets some one to testify to his hav-
ing worked at some one time in his life,
that seems all sufficient, and he regains
his liberty. If there is any one law
that makes this city and State suffer
through its imperfections, it is this one.
and the conditions certainly demand
some remedy at once.
"A man must labor enough to keep a
good full stomach. A vagrant is a per-
son who does not, when he could, make
enough to support himself through his
own efforts. If a man can make a dol-
lar and a half a day and works only one
day in the week, he is not earning a
bona fide support. A man who is hungry
is of course more likely to commit a
crime than one who is well fed. If a
man works only one day in seven he
should be made to stay at home the
other six. There is nothing so con-
ducive to crime as idleness, and it is the
duty to break it up so far as our law-
makers are concerned, and it is to them
that we look for relief."
Here's our chance to see the Ever-
glades, inspect them with a critical eye
and walk right out of the darkness of
the "obfusticated" class, where we at
preset abide in sackcloth and ashes,
into the full light of glorious knowledge
on the subject of Everglades drainage.
The Fort Myers Board of Trade has
issued invitations to the newspaper men
and other distinguished citizens of Flor-
ida to be its guests on an excurrion
through the 'gss on the 18th of this
month. The Governor and his cabinet,
both Senators and the Representatives
in Congress, members of the Legisla-
ture and the State editors are included
in the invitations, and they are asked
to reash Fort Myers next Monday night,
make the trip to Lake Okeechobee the
next day, and return stuffed with
knowledge and malaria on the evening
of the 19th. If Editor Jordan, of the
Punta Gorda Herald, will agree to
chaperone us and point out to us the
engineering possibilities and constitu-
tional beauties of the drainage scheme
as we meander through that Arcadian
region we may consent to go. but on no
other terms. We yearn to acquire
knowledge and write with illuminating
perspicacity on this mysterious and aw-
ful theme, and if Bro. Jordan says the
word we're off.--Live Oak Democrat.
As Jordan and the Democrat are al-
most always right, just send us a tele-
gram and we'll join you! You fellows
had better be a little careful, however,
what you have to say about it, or you
will be sold out "soul and body." See
the point in time!

Mrs. E. S. Grace left Tuesday for
her home in Citronelle.
Mr. T. Bradford Byrd, of the South-
ern Collecting Agency, spent Wednes-
day in Jacksonville
Miss May Alford returned home
Tuesday from an extended trip among
friends in North Carolina and Virginia.
Remember it's the staff of life-

poultry, steek, truck or tobseen,
A. L WooOWARs.
Misses- Julia and Beas Herring
are speding their vasation at Pamses
IMr. Rebwt Bake is is the vie.

lsaes00106Tm |
I' W i kalr n Th
Dem aggat^*^^*E ^ ^ ^*M *~P

v8mW 1.dii i"6: '".

trmasry f, l-, of, *
that they mory hermftwr sh b -e
te saloe t Statae l-i k athe4 p
latith af Nee otheod wih ~ to
segutate thb as oera the auOIts!
wea oo, is the ageu rd el g Ia al

iehtratoL eG The Goves PIi t
though the Internal lapevem t did
Trustees were created Vy ea at o the
Legislature the latter has s peeir to
abosh the offee or say how the tain
of the Board shaU be conaetaed. I
other words, the Board is perpetual,
with no responsibility to the leglative
branch of the government. Butif this
be the ase, why didthey ask for the
passage of the drainage law? Why did
they not go ahead with their drainage
scheme on their own responsiblHty?
The Trustees sell the State land,
without giving public notice, at what-
ever price they see fit, and to whom
they choose, thus giving opportunity to
show favoritam to friends of the ad-
ministration at the expense of the
Should the people adopt the Consti-
tutional Ameddment making these
Trustees a Drainage Board they would
then be clothed with additional powers
without responsibility to any other
branch of the government and could
build up in Florida a political rng that
would put the South Carolina dispen-
sary ring to shame. Will the people
do this? We believe not. -Gainesville
Sun. __________
The drainage of the Everglades has
so enthused the Governor that his ever
action tends to the attainment of this
end. The climax of inconsistency, how-
ever. was probably reached when above
his own signature, Broward adressed
personal letters to a number of the pa-
pers of the State, enclosing copy of an
editorial on Florida drainage from the
Louisiana view-point, with ths ugges-
tion that it might be published alfor in
part. Does Broward think t press
age by people who know nothing of the
conditions?-Orlando Democrat.
A number caught at and took the bait,
too, in publishing these article just as
they were furnished ready-made for
use. A few, however, were courteous
enough to publish them, with editorial
comment, fully showing they had not
the least bearing on the Governor and
his Board's gigantic Florida scheme. It
is refreshing to note that many of
Florida's editors are not gifted to
"kissing the hand that smites," are
not worshippers of officials with mighty
powers, fawners at the feet of men be-
cause they are high officials, whether
such officials are right or wrong in pub-
lic affairs. There are a few of us in
Florida yet who do not bow down and
worship as idols those whom we have
full and good right to mistrust, and
who see through some gigantic scalhem
for wrong-doing and building up a
mighty political machine in Florida.
Some of us are still determined not to
be or become a "bump.on-a-log," even
if the "railroads and corporations do
own us soul and body, and we sell our
editorial space at so much a line, with
sentiment thrown in," as is always
charged when we oppose ohe beauties
and their schemes. A day of reckoning
is fast approaching, and we opine a
clean sweep of these powerful tricksters
will be made about two years hence.
You can't fool all of us people all thej
Some men believe the Everglades
should be drained, while others urge
the annexation of the moon. -Orlando
And perhaps one is about as sensible
and practical as is the other. Time will
tell, and still we hold to the first sen-
tences which we put on top of one of our
page at the very beginning of this
drainage agitation: "The Internal Im-
provement Fund is what will be drained-
of all the land and cash held in trustby
the Internal Improvement Board!"

My farm just outside the city on the
wet. Eighty-five acres good land
wire fencing; city water; telephone;
good barn. Admirably adapted for

school fund is 'twenty-five per cent of
the sales of publWe lands which are now
or may be hoe lSt owned by the
State." He dedwars (without the
slightstaerlfty fr the statement,
eaosutita se rd nrw ), that the
thia mllUlk s aW of land now remaln-.
, anM gd a i the railroads under
t _eir lad ao the sehoo
t eait me ,tjfvo per cent of

the "ha t e dm

ph W" m of
,: '

oftbey5 an W inssa p l per." Ty Tn the establishment
St *. 5. Masonic Temple,

41 but tbWt-- daM 't h r F
e JItS"-- HIes thi, t bet assortment of
b e s t 0 0 0 0 n owl ts a fu .F l o r i d a w h i c h h
aly apa a es this oelk at renookaWs prices, and on favor-
..b..lok men, 'em it b a i d ar to ab t b e
yoeul as l n. Umy. mis.te, ssptheurdo-s to t to m" ibie parties.
now.S you'llam" Mai." His stockof Ham0ua is new and up to
ofi t, "taiS his KApy? And why does datoen' luD say and all articles
r. am It'sm 'Coaleulother kids agreed to let in his line nded r county and city
Ym rs.dBko never h bII avhe Ith i .. Y nit's a a ood run,
dow-Ld It ever WIL 'ount of the officers all al_ _.andt use.
STfIhSfw ow tomdo poor lp that lame he can't it In Heavy Harmess he has no rival.
he as taken a a -age l slike the rest of us,t sel w To turpentin aod ill men he oflers
hestM O" f- ten he tagreedtat thePfirstoncaugt seln'
---fSWt mb eah -- T on hi- beat should be rhe. e?" goods mode etsphlhly for their use, and
and get up a front. ap "Yte e m. You have a sort of a
S.. brothemongyourselves?" at prices that emangt be duplicated.
Geemral ebse" Le 1. "Well, we're going to look out for a' In his Stablesare to be seen as fine a
was tue greatest Genoral the world has little cove what l anyhow." lot of drivers, gle and double, as
r r iSo'Ther "Thee cm Limpy now. He'.s. a lot of drivers, wInle and double, as
ever known. Ba w iment fortunate boy to have wer ever brouht to thi city.
is the greatest Lini-ent. Quickly curesT e gentleman bought two papers of everabroughta e mthissci .
all pains. t with thresachof alwhim, an wn Call on him and examine his stock.
T._ Poi n 'ter, upstd, .'as, wondering how many men in business | --
write: i t-L ce-t-_ th- Ba... would refuse to sell their wares in order ]IN N PxnR lA
_lard' Snow Lninie nt h. bi used in togive a weak halting brother a chance 3WWlT iIU lM rAR
my Sbou sboMfOryt h r In the fleld.--.lhange.. --me *m. i'
found to be an excellent Liniment for
rheumatie pains. I am never without
it." Sold by all druggists.
JsUUS SFl. Are You Insured ?
Dear Sir: Our agent ought to sell
nine-tenths of the paint of his town
and region; no use to try for the other If Not ? W y V N t ?
tenth. The proportion of men, who "
won't take good advice, and use the
least-gallons paint, is about one in ten Muua Lie5nsraneao.
ime-ls-ow!". l i" Secretary Mutual Life Insurance. Co.,
among even owners of houses and stores eretaryo
and shope and barns and fences. is writing the prettiest line of polices
One man in ten will buy a gold brick
or green goods, if he has the money and ever offered.
gets a good chance.
Devoe at $1.75 a gallon is better than
gold; adulterated and short-measure The One Company that stood the prob-
paints are green goods and gold bricks. ing of the Armstrong Committe and
Devoe saves half, more or less, of the
labor and wages of painting; it is all came out with a clear Record.
paint; full strength and full measure.
There is no other such paint within ten L
per cent. Ten per cent of labor and Learn to distinguish between Expense
paint is worth saving; and ten is the and Investment. You can often afford
east. There are scores of paints that
throw-away half of both gallons and la- one when you can't the other.
bor on whiting, china-clay, ground stone,
barytes, benzine, water-all they are r a
good for is to make gallons of nothing Where has your money gone year by
and look like paint in the can; more year. What a lot of it you would have
- gallons to buy and more gallons to pay
for putting-on-gold bricks and green if you had saved the nickels.
goods. Here's how they work.
Judge 1. D. Fairchild owns two houses
exactly alike in Lufkin, Texas. J.H. Some people, no doubt, have a point of
Torrence painted both houses; one De- view but don't seem sharp enough
voe, 151 gallons; the other with another
paint sold at same price; 25 gallons. to penetrate anything. That's the

That 26 gallon paint is weak and 15 per
cent whiting; that's why it took 91 gal- kind the man who will not insure has.
Ions more.
Yours trulyCo., Take this matter up while health will
New York. permit and come around and lets talk
P. S. Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint. .
7 about it.
Plotting for Power.
Broward'sdrainage schemeismerel CHAS. G. MYERS, Gen. Agt.
the latest of a series of desperate ef-
forts to build up a political machine to Taalusee, Florida.
put in power a little band of dema- a Ua, POW.
gogues who hope thereby to perpetuate
themselves in office and fatten off the
State. -
Some years ago they made as desper-
ate an attempt to fasten the iniquitous
dispensary system upon Florida, taking
their cue from South Carolina. They
tried to disguise it as a temperance
measure so as to rally the temperanceeat P rintin
people of the State to its support, but
the temperance people of Fleridaw aree t
sober and clear headed and they would
have noneof t. Results in South Car- Creates a ood impression among yor
olina prove their wisdom.
Failing in their dispensa ry eheme, o Orrepondonta and helps to give your
they rested awhile until they could business prestige.
hatch out something new. They found r i .
it in the proposed scheme to enter the wa no No AT isNSiwe A! 3Uaso3Anta Lssemla
State into the insurance business, which J OC.
was sprung at the Msession of the Lei- OOLLIN8 JOB OPPIOE.
lature of 19o6. It was an inviting
proposition, promising the people abso-
lute insurance protection at small cost,
at a time, too, when insurance compa-
nies were under fire and the people
were ready for any sort of change, but .
-.It too, failed. The clear thinking peo-
t of Florida saw the danger, and they d
brought pressure to bear to stop the | i YA F^ E D
passage of the bill. L. C* Y VAEOER,
Then this drainage scheme was
sprung. It is a kitten of the same pro- Dealer In
genitors. The proposed amendment to
the constitution creates the machine as
a drainage board, giving it unlimited ,,ard, Hwa re
power and putting it out of reach of L
il ative inquisition.
If the people of Florida should by Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,
any chance approve this amendment by >
their vote, thy would soon see their ar lae m b
mistake, for, with power, the little Carriages, Plumbing
band would become bold. Their gred

would get the best of them. There and Plumbers
would not be enough pickings in the
rangeWheme, as the dispenswar y
and State insurance would soon follow. Supplies.
Is Florida to be prostituted to a car-
Will tr shemervative voters of For- Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods.
l parMtsaMse eondiotloof affairs? __
Uth pevent It, they must
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Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrison, Klalsimmee, Fla. writes: "I havo
used several bottles of Herbine myself and have advls
several of my friends to use same. I havo found It to bO
the best moedloine for the liver I ever used. Itaots pet*-
ly at the ame time thoroughly.".

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..... 6.46m .3 am I1.0m Lv Lanark Ar 2.M pm J0 pnm It)06am . pm .14 am it.22am I.v Bopehoppy Ar 1.M pm L pm 9.29am .
.... 7.46pm .6am 12.46m Lv Arran Ar 136pm 1.Mpm 9.06am .....
S .40am 11:00 am 1.36 pm Ar L 12.51 pm 110 pm 8.16 ppm ...
L.40 am O0 pm ..L. .. 1m am Lv Tallahamas Ar 12.4S pm ........ P.06am 8.5 pm
.1 am 9.Sm 4.06am.. Ar Havana Lv .LOBp ........ 77am L14pm
l.5 am .... ..... ... 3.00 am Lv Quincy Ar.. 1.15 pm .00 pm 10. 1am ........
.10 am 3.46am Ar Havana Lv IL.Spm CI6pm a9.6am ........
7.17 am *.*m ... 4.0am Lv Havana Ar .IL pm ........ ?.t am L14 pm
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otthe lahoaueOW:Tjmm~er

heCOrnpunY at p! @m tL Septeuml
1, ION, hasu pon its rn otelblowit
me.: ri~


E. G. Johnston.
J. G Hamlin..
G. E Lewis .
D. M. Lowry.
L, M. Lively .
F. C. Moor
W. C. Forsyth ...
W. A. Bass...
F. A. Hardee ...
P. T' Nicholson ..
A. C. Spiller..
Clyde Miller
W8. McLin .
. ohn Bell ..
I. W. Gramling
0M.. Jacobe ..
C. G. Puleston _
X. H. Alford, Jr
C. R. Nicholson _


38 29 80
383 8 100
38 31 82
38 19 60
38 2980
38 20 62
38 226 6
38 28 74
38 20 62
38 36 92
38 36 92
38 32 94
38 31 82
38 27 71
36 33 90
26 20 77
14 11 W)
14 11 W)
2 1 C0

Average attendance at all roll cal
75 per cent (8 per cent better than ln
year),. or about 14 out of 19. The
were 88 roll calls since last report
At no regular meeting was there le
than a quorum present and at on
two regular meetings in our years ha
there been less than a quorum (6 m
and 1 offer) re t.
By '"perentge of attendance, "su
as S, US, Is meant thatoutof a poisel
ttnd of the member was pr
nat at 9 nill ealis. 11-14 means th
there were only 14 roll calls after t
member joined the Oompany and that
was present ait 11 of them.
At no time, In four years, after
alarm of nre have the hose wage
reuad the fdr plug nearest the &f
before some member of the compa
wa there ready to make the conn
It the policy of the company
koep Its. emborbhip up to 20, and a
during the year It ha done so. Ju
re t a member resigned.
ro th year we have had Install
3 fbor out of the funds of the con
pany)a showerbath and toilet at a ec
of -M.7L When we have been at
to de so, we have made Imorovemen,
at r own eopemse rather tnan ask t
oft to do so for a d as n this way
havefi ou t 01,M70 and still havy
From Mr. Geo. Lewis, on anni.
versary of his fire - 100
E. G. Johnston (overpaid fine)
R. W. Oramllng, for uniform.. 5
City of Tallahasee .. .....
Fines paid since last report.. 11
(Since organization 70.650).
From residents out of limits for
fire protection ... ........ 165

Balance last report........

Upon warrants drdw he
on the treasurer, a" I -
paid by the company O n
by the chairman as r eik lal
5, article 8, of the by -aw of the co
G. E. Lewis.. .S a
8 J. G. Hamlin.
W. R. Wlson 2
M J.O. M lin .. .. 11
Fireuas Herald. 2
7 ilmore A Davis (Co, 1
S L C. Yaer 10
G. E. Lewis 4
70 A.. Ham I
SJ. G. amlin
S0. E. Lewis 1
S D. R. RCox Furniture Co 10
4 J. G. Hamlin 2
4 Hardee-Smtth Co I
4 Telephoe Co 17
1W.. -t o.1
8 ivlnore i Davis Co I
0Gilmore & Davis Co I
si D. R. Cox Furniture Co 20
1 Levy Bros a
3 J.W. Corbett 6
M0. 3. Lewls.
4 P. T. Nicholson 12
5 J. 0. Hamlin
Stamp ..... I

Sept1, '06O-Cash balance..

Total roe pta since organize
& s9% 684, 1902
exTo aal tures
Cash balance

. 126

$1. 99
$ 126

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I he young men or the company cer- a-r -..1 7-.--
44 thinly deserve great commendation and innthne western p of tho Statewriti U
70 credI for the rvices rendered the cit- insurance and looking after other busi-
n oed Tortheservices rendered themeit- ness matters. Carra-elle Advertiser.
4 isens of Tallahnssee. and many of them
74 have acknowledged the fact in writing-- Miss Mamie Colman returned from
a check for the company. Taliahasee Sunday, where she had been
The following invitation is extended: visiting for a fw days.-Carrabelloa
17 "The citizens of Tallahaswee are cor. Advertiser.
7A dially invittd to attend a reception to be ti
76 given by the Tallshaxsee Volunteer
7 Fire Company, at the fire station, from you are after, hit*s Cream Vermi
n 71 to 10 i). m,. Sept. 24 1906. No special rge has a world-. Owl Igst t tht
1 invitations will be issued. best of all worm mdt ad for iits
M| "Tallahassee Volunteer Fire Co." tone influem e O U wId unthrifty
50 ._.__ of.lidre .uA l*l

150 a Uvf Towa
00 *ltb that old a*"pf, tbo L
00 stilption, often s
00 To avoid all seriw oMtht stem-
. eh, liver and bowels, take Dr. King's
00 New Life Pills Thpierfecty
Slate these organs, wibeat orma .
M eemfort. Sc at all 4 dm t

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Mrs. Carter-.....--------- 2
J. H. Williams- ...- --------- 1 1
uMawry Foroes............ 1 R
i. Duval Jackson 1..... O e
1 P.Rosear ..... 1 2
.. W. Ferrell ... 2 00 T
..Aon county court house 5 0 00,
9f Seaboard Air Line Ry 25 00
).W yfret . .. .. .... 1 2
trank Black ..... 1 00 .
Alex McDougall .... 2 50;
Ing $16500
In connection with the above fire
company taxes, it is understood that,
when they are not paid, the surrounding I
property upon which taxes have ben I
p wIll be protected, but that upon
Which no tax has been paid will not be.
The members of the fire company con-
1 sider it just that those who derive the
I benefits from the company should cer-
0 tains y help support it
0 Of the charter members only three
are left; they are the first three on the
0 roll. In the four years of its existence
S41 men have been enlisted as members'
2 of the company, and as noon as one man
0 falls out another is taken in.,
1 On the 24th of September we will
0 have been in existence four years We
0 started from practically nothing and
0 under the leadership of Chief Spencer
0 we advanced rapidly, and since Chief
0 pencer ha left us we. under Chief I have in connection wit
Hamlin, have advanced eyen more rap-
I idly. We now have .5 horses, 3 paid where I can take care of a
0 men, 18 volunteers, and have secured
S a second-clans rating for the city, which
we hope will cause a saving of over I buy, sell or exchange !
Is, $2,50) to the citizens of Tallahassee
at each year. G. E. Lwis, hold goods.
ere Sec'y and Tress. Talla. Vol. Fire Co.
es W. A. Bowls and Family.
nly Hon. W. A. Rawls and his excellent G Tie t t lle.
ve family left Wednesday for their future Ga Time at Centerville.
en home in Pensacola. This city will feel The young people in and around Cen-
the loss of this good family, and the terville gathered last Friday night at
ch best wishes of thousands of friends go the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
ble with them to Pensacola, to whose good William Roberta near that place and
M- people they are most cordially corn- for several hours the spacious halls and
at mended. cool rooms of the old house presented
he Mr. D. M. Lowery and family will a scene that would have reminded one
he occupy the Rawls residence on Park of the "glorious times before the war"
avenue. No second invitation or special urging
an avenue. is ever needed to attract the young
ns Sdewal Gossip. people to this most generous and festive
Ire home
my Mr. James Ball has put down a new home, and riday night they came
e-. sand brick sidewalk in front of his reals- from all directions bent upon having a
dene on North Monroe street. It looks good time and near the 'wee small'
Swell. hours they departed, fully satisfied
all Also Mr. G W. Saxon has had one with the evening's entertainment. If
st of similar material in front of his r one had looked in at the happy crowd
decee on South Adams street. in the old berts homesteadP Ady
d Mr. Charles Munro haa new walk night and watched the expressions on
m in front of his residence the honest faces of the merry crowd
3t Around the Masonic building a new and followed their graceful movements
bl sidewalk Is in process, which will add to the strains of the sweet musim they
,Is gratly to the looks of the street would have been forcibly reminded of
%o We notice that piles of brick are the good old days in the past when the
we strewn along Park avenue, from Dick- courtlknights and sweet maidens of
i. Ipon own. Some more good work. tO OldhSothnmade the social side of
e r Henry etr has a new walk life at this season of the year one
since his three-mile run Tuesday night. round of pleasure and enjoyment amid
the beautiful and picturesque hills of
or. ilan's Tsetimany latero.stg. old Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts
00proved most delightful and entertain-
S Dr. Thomas Finn, of Booniboro, Mo. g hosts and will always hold a warm
00 who has practiced medicine for 82 years, plce in the hearts of the young peo-
50 says be has used every prescription ple of that section. Amon thoa
00 known to the profession for treatment present were Mr. and Mrs. Roberts,
of kidney and bladder diseases, and says 1rs. Conner, Missea Murray Avery,
be never fu anything soeffect- Willie Johnson, Myrtle 6ramling
I0 both ebronic and acute kidney and Clyde Baum, Ettle Cam, Alene and
St UbloMs Foley'sKidney ure. Helen Johnson, Ethel and Edna Tits-
I ltaesa and builds up the worth, Gladys Roberts and Bessie Bur-
Swhlmeu tm, old by all dealers. dine, and Messrs Herbert Smith, Tom
*3h h.L'w~ ir cc. Cromartei Miles Johnson Jr. Chalker
( T N T r Pri Co. Barnett, Frank Powell, W. f. Craw-
IOW tW i-f th day of Septem- ford, George Baum, Frank Bradley.
a -berV Tallahassee's young .-
.il, pbMt w facilities nf the Mr. Mitchell Harvin. of Houston,
lsty th A. came together and Texas, was in the eity several days last
' banded ull anW der the leadership week visiting his many friends. Form-
m. of Mr. A. Tiier into a fire com- erly a resident of this city, there were
pany for the protection of the citizens many to ive him the glad hand. He
75 and their property. It received the left Monday morning for Thomasville,
50 support of the good citisena of the city, where he lived before his residence in
00 and took root, grew. and waxed stron this city.
25M a t became older Every member tooek .rCo-m i .ad .t es.
00 an enthusiastic interest in the organie- A lr toplea ad r t Byes.
00 tion from the beginning, and as a result In most cases a fellow, blotched com-
95 the excellent attendance of 75 per cent plexion and dull, heavy eyes are due to
00 was attained this year, and not less poor digestion and an inactive liver.
00 than 72 per cent since the "day of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids diges-
00 resurrection." tion and stimulatesthe liver and bowels
50 BHy its excellent and swift work, the and makes the copleston smooth and
00 Tallahassee Volunteer Fire Company clear Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does
0o has obtained for the city a second-class not nauseate or gripe and is mild and
io rating, which will save the citizens pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes.
o0 several thousand dollars yearly by low- Sold by all dealers.
0 erin fire insurance rates as well as in Col,. "John t"' d Mo
10 other wayfr Col. John S. Winthrop returned Men-
76 Many buildings have been saved, day from his summer outing in North
0 which seemed utterly hopeless in flames Carolina. With him came his son, Guy,
00 at the arrival of the wagons. In one who finished this year his course in
2 minute after the gong of alarm, the electrical engineering at Yale Univer-
00 wagons are on their way to the scene nity. and ha spent the summer in New
00 of action. Excellent wagons, five Jerseyand North Carolina. Mr. Frank
0 hor se, three paid men and eighteen B. Winthrop also completed his law
ri volunteers comprise the company. The course at Yale this year
00 best drop harnesses are use, and very Will Opiekel O, 1196.
Little work Is to be done at the sounding Miss Annie Ames, assisted by Miss
(: of the alarm Mi- Annie Ames, misted by Misa
74 The company haA a fine meeting sta- Henrietta Ames, will open their private
tion. furnished with a costly toilet and school Monday, Oct. 1st. 1906. 28-4t
79 shower bath, ,ol table, and other lux- Prof. I. E. Matthews returned home
uries for the men. .aturdav, after dinf several days



A well selected

L stock of records

always on hand 4

;h my Furniture Department,7
ny repair work brought in.

a General Repair Shop

anything of value and can save you money on house-
Call and see.



Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00




If you become totally
the Company pays your
without interest and these
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 rike 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:


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 Rug, 9x9,....--- -- ..--......
Tapestry Art Rugs. 9x10, ........-----------------....

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



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lhow w_- a llaiono.
m papeW; and, by the way, It ii
Paper that such scheme ever should have any
^doubt in regard to your ability to lay
"aide the required amount each day,
you can induce some prosper-
S and aaricious employer to aseept
( w or himtoa year,pro
for te on, four
Stthird, and so on to the and of
tAaB Surely your service would
byM"" In value in a corresponding
r pad mny busihme men would
ePa r terms. We ourselves
S had a propoiton accepted
S and over agtin; the only difficulty
that wheb we insisted upon securn-
rfor the last installmntof ourwages,
our would-be employerss could never
cegae to time. Ad wewould strongly
e* upon our readers that if they ever
m*oe such a bargain, they get fU se-
cUdty for the ast payment, for they
w find that when it becomes due there
not be money enough in the whole
w ld to satisfy the claim.
entire amount of money in eircu-
lak amOiw all the nations of the
w d (nt e wealth) is estimated at
otew atless than $1,000,000.00, and
thl,4at.ya t would amount to fif-
teen hundred times that immense sum.
The French have a proverb that "it
is the first step that cost" (c'est ie
prefer a qul coute); but in this case
it is the.lastep that cost, and it costs
with a vengeance.
While on this subject, let me suggest
to myres aders to flffure up the amount
of e thy will be poesed if they
wil., bpin at ffteen years of age and
saveton cents a week for sixty years,
depaiting the money in a savings bank
as often as it reaches the amount re-
quired for a deposit, and adding the
interest every six months. Most per-
sons will be surprised at the result.-
From",I7in'asSeven Follies of Science."
D. Van Nostrand Company, Publishers,
New York..
Sh-e Fead Relief.
If you re troubled with liver com-
plaint and have not received help read
i. Mary Hammond Moody,
Texa. lays,: I was in poor ealth-
with .ver trouble-for' over a year.
Doctoa. did me no good and I tried
Herbine, and three bottles cured me.
I can't 'ay too much for Herbine, as it
is a wonderful liver medicine. I always
have it in the house. Publish where
you wish." Sold by all druggists. *

Via Geergia, Flria ad Alabama
ATLANTA. GA.-Home Coming for
argie. pal round trip rates.
Ti keotto be o"d Otober th and 10th,
with f lmWitle for return October 20th,
90. Y et oe 5 t0 ents ticket
Sbe exteedto October aNth.
pwiah round trip bay excursions on
tsuW Creecent City every Tuesday
sad for surf bathing, from Ap-
ep tO to tourist points in Tennes-
_North and South CaroUna, Michi-
nO masd the ast and North.
"Melhd till September 0th, with
nal & for return until October 81st,
twe=Oe p int Florida. *Sell daily,.
with : fr return five (5) day from
date of -Ie.
ATLNTA, GA.-Geora State Fair
Tekkets to be so daily October th to
30th, 1 elfrwith ial iHmit for re-
I turn O, 10.
Sas to rates and
L e upon y our nearest
R. A M Gen. Aft
3smbrl!EN da.
F. P. WooowAamD, T. P. A.,

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ensalnl mne*e of It Are still to -b
round In seetlamd.
Reminiscences of the pre-Christian
days of Baal worship and fire worship
are still to be found occasionally In
Scotland. A few years ago a traveler
wrote: "On the last day of the year,
old style, which talla on Jan. 18, the
festival of 'th elavie' takes plae lan
Burghead, a fishing village near Forree.
On a headland is that village still
stands a old Roman altar, locally call-
ed the 'douro.' On the evening of Jan.
12 a large tar bamrl fs set on Ore and
carried by one of the fishermen round
the town, while the assembled folk
shout and halloo. If the man who car-
ries the barrel falls It is an evil omen.
The man with the lighted barrel, hav-
Ing gone with It round the town, car-
ries It up to the top of the hill and
places It on the 'douro.'
"More fuel is Immediately added.
The sparks as they fly upward are sup-
posed to be witches and evil spirits
leaving the town. The people, there-
fore. shout at and curse them as they
disappear In vacancy. When the burn-
ing barrel falls in pieces the fasher-
wives rush in and endeavor to get a
lighted bit of wood from its remalna.
With this light the fire ou the cottage
hearth Is at once kindled, and It Is con-
sidered lucky to keep this flame all the
rest of the year. The charcoal of the
'clavie' is collected and put iu bits up
the chimney to prevent the witches
and evil spirits from entering the
"The 'douro' (the Roman altar) is
covered with a thiek layer of tar fbrom
the fires that are lighted upon It annu-
ally. Cloee to the douro' is a very an-
eent Roman well and close to the wel
several rude but curious Roman sculp-
tures can be seen let Into a gardso

renek Arst.
There most be more vitality An
French art as a whole than you would
guess from a visit to the alions. Nay,
there la. I do not say et it is healthy
anywhere. The great days are gone,
but still, out of doors-in posters. in
Illustrations for the journalse, In bijou-
terSe, in the ornamntatUo of shops,
even in the pictures in railway ter-
mini-there are still signs that the
plastic arts have a vitality in France,
more vitality than with us. It is otea
vulgar enough, but at least It la bold.-
London Outlook.

Oea birds tMreatty spend weeks at
m and are believed to quech their
thrst partly fros the fat and oil which
2WM devoo ravmemn whmn oppo-
tualty puts them n their way. 1*e
"eg eye at of bi s I weU knows.
Wad ma rs have been obsl v
eodalg tewar the torm cloud abht
te bumt f am a poloef the e-S -
imawMom i s

* w weUaW1 m 0a1U 1
I 1a & r to e1- 1 test Of th at avephy
mtyagmatio of Whib Darwin is
iig o ota e* oe tohe
fly to the a-*mwttr and help
a It av ", as exere helps to
the body. AA we do not pr-
uc poetry", oter w Imaginative
Sare thrown back pon the past,
t Ineresm the befessity ofr **d
ia poetry, for ormsn of expr.
blhicl are net contemporary are
entirely appreciated without
Often people of the best at-
taste are less open to certain beau-
i ms than others l s naturally appre-
dleve, but with more mental and aes-
thUtte exercise In youth. The most
Suceref minds reject moet emphatlcal-
IF ay pretense of caring for what they
d OIy do not enjoy. Thus among the
Strwst natures of our acquaintance one
Semw nothing in early palintin, another
* t poetry and a thirdIn the higher mu.
h dk. all from lack rather of training
I Shn of eye. ear or fancy. In the cir-
uemastances of our day It is more Im.
portant in a child's education that he
should be prepared to like and under
.tand Spenser and Wordaworth. Mil-
ton, Burns and Shelley than that he
Should early acquire a realslatic mode
of thinking or a @tart In scientific in-
Sformation. Exact* knowledge and logic
SIn this age will take care of them-
selves, but It requires more care to
* keep alive that
Sense sublime
Of something far more deeply Interfused.
Whose dwelling Is the light of settle
r And the round ocean and the Uyving air
And the blue sky and in the mind of man.
Whatever truth may be, it Is larger
than the little naturalistic thoughts
and obeervatlons that sometimes claim
the title. There is more of it in a
Beethoven' symphony than In one of
Herbert's Spencer's essays, and more
In Macbeth's soliloqules than In four-
teen weeks In natural sclence--Col-
lier's Weekly.

Nea Past Sixty ln Danger.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kidney and
bladder disorers, usually enlargement
of prostate gland. This both painful
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first aign
of danger, as it corrects irregularities
and has cured many old men of thisdis-
ease. Mr. Rodney Burtiat; R Pot
Mo., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
prostate gland and kidney trouble Tor
ears 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. "
In trying to take short cuts to suc-
In looking on the dark side of every-
In overconfidence born of a frst easy
In not working to a plan or pro-
In not being ready for the opportuni-
ty when It came.
In sampling every kind of Invest-
ment scheme that came along.
In dreaming of great things Instead
of doing the little ones at band.
In being so disagreeable and selfish
that they could not make friends.
In waiting for somebody to help
them or give them a boost or for some
rich uncle to die.
In refusing to take the positions they
could get because they did nout know
whether they would like the work or
The Outlook Pewr HiMtorr.
History must be human, making its
final appeal uot as a monument of eru-
ditolun, but as a manterplece of art, in
which the collective deed and pas-
sions of men shall be not merely pic-
tured with photographic accuracy, but
vitalized and Interpreted. Let us not
suppose that this is a new aim. The
great historians have always held it.
The Idea that Thucydides and Tacitus
neglected to consult all the material
available In their time is ludicroua.
Gibbon knew his "sources" as pro.
roundly hs the Impeccably correct GJar-
diner. Mommsen, we may be sure, bad
not, like Stubbe. a body of evidence
which be dared not explore. The mas-
ter historians In the future, by what-
ever method they may work, will prove
themselves to be akin to these in lIn
sight In power and in art.-W. .,
ITayer In Atantil..

Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Holey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
meit and popularity of Foey's Honey
and Tar many iminmatio are offered for
the genuine. These worthless imita.
lions have similar _an Unaa"". Be-
ware of them The gatone rotey'
Ho andTar is In 6ayDw e
Ask for it and r ar a
It Is the best remedy for aad
Mood Sold by alldalebu, '. 9

SoldZby3aEy tA." -
Two-thirdsf what people call p.
etple ol adedness.
Ever flMUk how often heroes are
changed. A 'hero seldom lasts three
A man behaves himself and is
Industrlw en get along with mighty
Little geolus.
Potograp of "mother" sever look
natural, becuese she seems to have
been Idle when they were taken.
One of the moet pitiful things in town
is a man wht is dying, but who Is able
to walk feeb on the streets at inter-
About ev*T ive minutes in a con
melted man's Jilfe he Imagines the cus
todlan of gems In the world above
hears of his good deeds, grabs for an-
other Jewel and puts it into the crown
that Is waiting for hin.-Atchison

A Prpevr DSDltaetlev
Here Is a story of John Faike which
Illustrates his frankness:
It seems that one day hibs wife bad
to report to him that their son had
been guilty ft calling Mrs. Jones, a
neighbor, a fool and Mr. Jones a much
worse fool.
Professor ake sent for the eyou' ,
ster and when be appeared in the li-
brary said to him sternly. "My son, is
It true that you said Mrs. Jones was a
fool r?
Hanging hble head, the boy replied.
"Yes. father, I did."
"And did you call Mr. Jones a worse
tool ?"
"Yes, father."
After a moment's reflection the fa-
mous bistorian said slowly. "Well, my
son, that is Jnat about the distinction
I should make."-Bueton Record.

Peasat sad Plgas.
A clever smuggling trick has been
played on a customs oMcer on the
Russo-German frontier. An Innocent
looking peasant reported to the oicer
a plot for getting a large number of
pigs across the frontier. The method,
be said. would be to drive across at In-a
tervals of half aa hour, 8, 1. 1 ad- 90.
pigs, the smugglers argulag that If the
first three lots could be sent over there
would be no trouble with the 300.
The ofcer was naturally on the alert
In accordance with the peasants state.
ment three pige were drive over, thea
six, followed by twelve. All wre al-
lowed to pas, and preparations were
made to receive the W00. But no more
pigs appeared, and the twenty-one ani-
mals admitted bad In the meantime
been lodged In safety.-Berlin Oor.
London Mail.
aRedisaonasr Mi& LiMbs.
Snakes are not the only animal
which exhibit the possession of rudi-
mentary bind limbs. In the whale
tribe there Ais o evidee externally of
bind limber. The fore limbe la them
are converted Into the dippersr" or
swimming paddles. Yet when the skel-
eton Is examined traces of a haunch
and attached rudimentary thigh bones
are found. There is developed in cer-
tain kinds of whales a bony piece rep-
resenting the haunch. The tthgh bone
is dstlnct, but there Is a mere rudi-
ment attached to It. representing the
shin bone or tibia of other animals.

Anelent Biemedle s or Miseenohe.
The hiccough seems to be a modern
and dangerous disease. but the ancients
knew It and prescribed remedies that
might now be tried advantageously.
Galen recommended neesng.; Aetlus
approved of a cupping instrument with
great beat to the breast; Alexander be-
lieved In an oxymel of quills; Alsaha-
ravlus made usa of refrigerant drafts;
Rhases put his trust In calefactents,
such as cumin, pepper, rue and the
like. in vinegar; Rogerius looked kindly
on calefaclent, attenuant and carmine.
tive medicians.
The **"Gisnt* eU.
Russia is famed for the manufacture
of great bell. The "Giant," cast la
Moscow In the asxteenth century,
weighed nearly 20,000 pounds and re-
quired twenty-four men to ring It. I
1732 it tell, but Its fragments were m-
cast along with other mtal lato a bel
which weighed 448,ONO pouad, the
metal of wlich alone valed eat 0-
*teON *Demeesswep.
"Ma, teacher was telMa as that we
should all be on a equaaty earW
schoolroom. Nobod should ftel ay
bettoer'n anybody else."
arts rightSK, OMeerg."
"Oay. a. Oma I steae to o0 day
without wain mamy fte? Mae f *0
gut 4 a m eae Iss huh 1e land
Palan DDien.

ndeto pdts. Them the amm-
on wa d MUtrlNL -0
SAitted sketches of his idea for the
T -I'** In e LL.1WF;

"How many teas of griante 1.Ss
tead to see la the baser
was: "It you are I the
buying granite you may useMi
as you want, one too or 1(X 4gms,a
I am an artist, and I never ,
.of art being bought by the
TMe questifa was dropped
contract tfr the commlaedn
drawn. When Mr. MacMagNS e4-
ealved It be discovered in It a elaa-o
provItdtg that to caea the br w e
ver throws down from their
any cause whatever, and aiy Biesa
or property should be njared, and
his heirs forever should be kable for
the damage sustained. He getweid
the contract without comment unagI*
ed. When the committee wrfE hl
asking the reason, bls brief e w'
"Your lawyers are too sharp."'-W~er's
The Kallmn Pashee lus h ro i S.
The ruling paslon of Edward .
England was undoubtedly the prsui
of his Ideal of uniting all the British
islands under one rule. His great ob-
stacle was sootland. and the cooquet
of cotlanDd, therefore, became a pas-
iof with him. Stronger than year It
seat him to the bead of the array whem
be was At only for a sick bed, and
when be was at last compelled to
yield he sought to make this a m
spur on his son by orderingtt the
%sih ahoel b he beted &te his hes
and that his skeleton should be car-
ried at the head of the army and ra
main Unburied till Scotland was con-
This is the most conspicuous setane
of "the ruling pasloSa tro0g In death"
on record, though many others would
be worthy of quotation. William Pitt's
patriotilm endured to his last gasp and
Inspired his last utterance, as did Nel-
son's lifelong determination to secure
the command of the sea, while Napo-
leon'a last dream was one of battle.

Edwards, Son & Co.,

City Market,

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

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



have no eaomneetls
man's hbad whih lt
1tg." contracted, or
a ticket, whieb goes bea
'pngere," to prick eo

asb am*athey .
Sir Humphry Davy
as peculiar as
tattou was a lack PCw

his ales. sad blea ie net 3m te

0ety was to keep him St t
bft as he di nmo eae a

tio diseletwh a aumls t ~-

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*tey wa to keep at M "tr M
but a sad ao arde ana f I w

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Christian Sa hie 9 .-S elA s ar heldvW
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.ver( Sulaay at11 o'eioekJ. ,l hel
4rio o, seabad ot h e Ad
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Don't you wsat to start a bank account? Weld'nt you lHke to have we of these
proved pocket savings aks to belpyou to save yew niekle and dimres? It is a
you ea den i hs la dollar or smaller coge. Iis t of a size convealet to eam y is te v p
or a ladies Ud It is always ready to help ye resist the temptation to spe d amey. We
want an ecut w everybody In this vMeIty.
We furnish one of thee banks free to eyone who will de"_lit noe delur sod pnliase to
open an count with as within trty days fom eeipt of bank. he ankare delivered to y
locked and canon be apeed by as.
You would bo sapried to know how much money you can save In five year by taking ea
of your small ebange Nad deposition in a savings atnk
It is not wise o saveo mo ey b k li ft ~ the louse, because there is danger of lota by
thieves and Are, sad besides it is not maklg mythinr But place It with usa nd it e e sin ome.
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and ujpwarda. latemest per= ar
fAnt daye of April and October.
Ielow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a be.
sis of 318 working days in the year, at 3 per ent interest.


Am't d-epoted.
c per day for 6 years -... -... lt.60
0 per day for 6 years .- 1800..
251 per day for 6 years 891.25-.
Ie per day for years 48.60
fa0r per day for 6 years .. 782.50...
10r per day for 56years 1 ,6.00-....

Interest earned. Total am't
... $11.14 ...... .. ..-.......$17.64
-....- 22.8 ........... .... m 9
278.. ...... ... 419.10
88342 --------- ----- 50.92
.. ...... 66.70.---.....-...- .---------.
...-. 111.40- .--..-. . .. 1.676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is n20, o0.00 with individual deposits amountingr to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts,

th~oe t s)



O. L LLWPS, VL 0Pudma.


row* 0"84Tailesh" aeelL

Io dW We't Mke wYour Money

Dealers is

Live and Rolling

uvOoms $35.00 md up
WAGOWNS 30.00md up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.

PuoU is1

P. 0. Box 338.

Tallahasse, Fla. u.,



Tickets on Sale Daily, with
Pinal Limit 15 and 90 Days.
Also very low Round Trip
States selling Saturdays, with
SAnal limit Mondays.


The G. F. & A. offer# the
BStemer Lola for parties de-
t to. ch ter for one or
two da. trips to the

A del
the Gulf.
for Rates


P. P. w l

Apelachloola, Sept. 9; quarterly eon-
CO rebeM, Sept. 16; quarterly con-
forence Mondsy.
Crafowdyte, Sept. 22,28, at Zion Hill.
Ashmore Ciruit Sept. M; at Bonnet
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit, Oct 6, 7; at Briatol.
Blue Creek Circuit, Oct. 18, 14; at
Blue Creek.
(sadsdea Circuit, Oct. 20, 21; at Mt.
Concord Circuit, Oct. 27,28; at Satem.
Waukaenah Circuit, Oet. 81; at Thom-
MaJsaon Circuit, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
Old Town Mission. Nov. 7; at Old
West Madison Circuit, Nov. 10, 11;
at Cherry Loake.
Madison, Nov. 11, at 8 p. m.; quar-
terly eonferemo Monday.
Montcleello, Nov. 14.
Per and Taylor Mission, Nov. 17,
18 at P r.
Midway 7Ircut, Nov. 4, 26; at Bethel.
QuIncy Nov. B.
*ayo 'ieuit, Dee. 1, 2; at Mayo.
Auuilla, De. 4; at Ureenville.
mon Circuit, Dec. S. 9; at Chaires.
Tallahasee Dec. 9; quarterly eon-
ference Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
Written reports will be called foron
this round from the women's missionary
societies and from trustees of church
property. J. EDGAWILO "
Tallahasea. a. Presan Elder.
MemhaB NMe Lejimales-.

District I -Thoa. F. West, Milton.
SJohn S. Beard, Penseaola.
John Neel, Wmstvill.
4 Theop. West, Marianna.
5 -A. J. Alford, Crrabelle.
6 -James E. Brooms Qimacy.
7 Park M. Tremuml, akeland
s John W. Hendrmon, Tallahasmee.
9 W. K. Jackson, Inverness.
t10 C. L. Leongtt, OGreville.
II- James. Crane, Tampa.
12 Al. Wibemr. Meaory.
18 --F. M. Hudon Miami.
14 F. P. Cone.... Lake City.
15 .. 8. Crews,. ake.ptaler.
16 "hom S. Davia, Fernmandina.
17 R. Newlam. Uverk O.
1 1. H. Buekma, Jaeksonville.
19 Aous C. Masey. Orta0do
2o- -. H. Bakw, .nmWHomw.
21 V. R. Carter l*evyvle.
22 --W M. OlrajI- Montmeilo.
98 1. N. Witbers, Ladyike.
24 W -unt Mari* Key West.
25 W Clark. lo tatown.
S --E. 8 CrIll. tka.
27 s.o N H. Humphrey, Bradentown.
go Prank W. -Sam, New Smyrna.
20 -. E. Canova. andewon.
30-- rank Adam, Jasper.
31--w v. W. cum,. St. A.utine.
.42- -4 H. uNCrarv. OniaaeviNe.

ghtful trip out in Alacha--T. A. Do., Santa Fe; Syd
I. Carter, GalnevUle.
Baker-L. C. obb. Ouste-
an Bradford-B. S. tthews, Starke;
and other Information H c. pal. Dakm
write to Brea-Wade H. s.... Tsetu.vie..
LUAMS, O P. A. ?aloun---A. Max Wilmo, Bloata.
BItebrktie. t o cwtnue-J. W. Klht, Fisal Cty
DWABD. T. P. A. c. -J. .
'At.,Avant. W
Dad- J W. ata
a twaeinram. My ex- Davl-. L. ParriLs ma .T Mel
i A e .ratll ive .a- .
I~rfyyta upro -ahaCiM .BB t-
^^j~^ n aB a^^^^i~~~^menkB^^K* -"* A^^^A -^u^^L

Gadden--J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. L. .
Tai lor, Branchville.
amiltou--John Bradshaw, Jennings;
L Regiter. JJapr
H wnando-C. S. Wlaon, Brooksville.
fllsboro-W. W. K. Decker, Tampa; q
John R. Dudley, Plant City.
Holmes- D. J. Paul, Bonifay.
Jackson -- Ed. Williams, Graceville; a
H. C. Neel, Beacom.
Joffeson--S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
J. D. Thompson, Lloyds
Latfayette-D. G. oeiger Mayo.
Lake-S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S F.
Smith, Leesburg.
Lee--F. J. Wilson, Buckingham.
Leon- A. S. Wells aml Gilbert Harts-
leM, Tallahase.
Levy -J. N. Willis, Williston.
Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson Bristol.
Madion--R. H. Rowe, MAlson; R.
L. Millior. Ellaville.
tJlnateo-John A. Graham, Braden-
Marion E. L. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
G. atthewS, Ocala.
nroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H.
Miq Jr Key West.
M ,As.A. Ogilvi, Callahan; Jan.
E. (olklns, Fernandina.
-G. W. Crawford, Conway;
B. C. A emothy, Orlando.
Obesole- -A. E Donegan, Kissimmee.
Paeo -R. J. McCutcheon, Dade City.
Polk-W. J. Durrance, Fort Mead; H.
W. Snell, Winterhaven.
Putnam-H. A. McKenzise, Palatka;
W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
Santa Roaa J H. Harvell, Bagdad;
A. J. Peaden., Oak Grove.
St. Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matansas; (
W. A. McWilliams, St. AuguaUtne.
St. Lucie Claude F. Olmstead, Ft.
Nmter- -W C. G Kilgore, Wlldwood.
Suwannea-W. R. Donman, Live Oak; '
W. H. MClellan Welbern.
Tayler-T. J. Faulkner, Perry.
Volusia- Wm. S. Parkinson, Daytona;
D. P. Morrison, Barberville. 1
Wakulla S. P Roddenberry. Sop-
Waonm-J. 11. Richbeurg Laurel Hill.
Washington W. B. Lasiter. Vernon.

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

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.


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A mw amd Fal LUm ust resolved. All
Orades of Eilf Movements now om

head at




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

J. P. S. Housrol, Prop.
Phone 79 and 9.



You get your goods at prime cost, via: Fancy and Staple Gromeriaa, Won d
nd Willow Ware, Tinware, Tobaccos and Cigars. A nice line of Sts MP-
urea," I Safe I Refrertor, ICoffee Mill, 5 Show Case, 1 CaI h R4ter,
SPinder Pareher, 1 Soda Water Fount, 4 Pair Scales, and 1 Broom Raek.
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 siae Ball Potauh
Kerosene Oil, 5 gallons for.

5c Half as Ball Potash ...... .
-76c Apple and Wine Vinegar, per gal.. e

Oat Meal, Zest and Shredded Wheat at and below cost.
Do not delay, but come now.


I"a..- mm* 0

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Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


... J. D. CAY,

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

Have Jut receIived a B 1 0 1
car load of as handsome U U G IES
as was ever bought to Tallahassee, which I will
nell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a linue of single and double harne.

J. D. CAY, Ta hha.%L

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HO DAYS arealmothere and the children must be prepared
I. DAYS for then. When you think of buying Schoo ICloth-
ig bear in mind that we have a good assortment of Percals, Ginghams, Flanneletts
outings, Coverts and P. K.
We are also prepared to furnish you ,with


When preparing the little ones for school, keep the Cash Store in mind, where
you will find good assortments, low prices, and liberal treatment.



"The Store that Grows."

LOCAL AND PIRSONAL ITENS. A matter of time and you must use Mrs. Chas F. Cogswell and children
one or the other, "Champion" or are at Panacea.
"Sylph" Flour. T. H. Randolph & Son. For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Dr. Pike spent Sunday in Bainbridge. Messrs. Edgar, Jr., and Frank Wilson Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf
Mr. C. R. Nicholson spent Sunday at left Wednesday for Emory College, Mr. W. N. James, of Mobile, was in
Lanark. Oxford, Ga., where they will again ma- the city a few days this week.
Hon. B. E. McLin spent Tuesday in triculate. Miss Ethel Milkl returned Monday
Jacksonville. Mr. Peat Roddenberryour next Rep- from a pleasant wsIk at Lanark.
Mr. F. E. Ivy of Jacksonville was in resentative, went to Tallahassee on Mr. Charles Deaghl returned Satur.
town this week. business Wednesday.-Carrabelle Ad- day from a few weeks in Apalachicola.
Win. Speed of Apalachicola was in vertiser. Mr. Jonah Britt was among his many
the city Thursday. Mr. Abram McDougall left Tuesday Taaha ee friends today and made us
Dr. Gwynn and family are spending in company with Crowell Dawkin for a pleasant visit.
the summer at Panacea. i s a ton and Lee University at Lex- Mrs. James H. Randolph, of Chatta-
Mr. Charles G. Parlin was in the city it .n ,. hoochee arrived Monday and is the
a few days this week. iti .J. W. Amos, who has been vis- guest oi her father, Co. J. S. Win-
afew days tis wee. iting in Milton for some time, returned throp.
Hon. F. C. Gilmore and wife returned to her home in Tallahassee Thursday- throp
from St. Twin Monday. Pensacola Journal A ine daughter arrived at the home
Mr. Samuel Johnson, of Americus, Mr. E. H. Jenkins, of Alban. Ga of Mr andMrsare J extending Maxwell Sunday.
Ga., was in the city Tuesday. was in the city this week, registeredat t rin ds are ext co
-..-- T. F. Taylor and D. B. Bird of Mon- the Bloxham. His friends here were o
tioello were in the city Thuraday. glad tb see him. Miss Alma Cates spent Monday and
Mr. J. H. Trump of Carrabelle was Prof. Scott E. McIntosh, principal of Tuesday on the Wakulla river with her
registered at the Leon Wednesday. the Marianna high school. is visiting father.
Hon. W. A. Rawls was in the city his brother, Mr. M. C. Mclntosh, in th .Mr. Bernard Byrd left Monday for
Sunday and Monday of this week. city this week. the Southern University at Greensboro,
Messrs. Crowell and Clinton Dawkins Hon. W. M. Holloway and son, Luther, Ala., where he wiu enter for a college
returned from St. Teresa Saturday. returned Saturday from Gainesville and wur .e.
Mr. C. G. Myers returned Saturday St. Petersburg, where theyhave been Mrs. James Richardson and family,
from a msie._ trip to Jeeksonville. holding teachers' e--nitlm_ impanied b M Lew sand Mfr
Clyde R. Miller and C. 0. Arundel Mr. Ruby Powll, o ha n the Lake City, S C.rom
spent Sunday and Monday in Quincy. very attractive guest of Miss Fannie
pen Sund M.o I Qnc. 0Coles for a few woeks it, tued to Miss Omeri a Holloway lef t S unday
Miss May Parin, of Apalachicola,, washer home in Jaeksonv W for a visit of a few week to friends in
the guest of Mises Spear this week. en--Gdeday.,aiensiville.
Mr .ies Lewis will ie ve to Mr. P. G. Russell spent lat Saturday . A. n n w l
oMrf.o G o Lewis will leave tomor- in Havana, Fla He bought a ne lot Dr. R. A Shine and wife left Thurs-
row for a few days outing at St Tee in that hustling little town, and is sat- ay for St. Teresa. Mrs. Shins will re-
." ... i sfied that it is an excellent investment, main through the season, the doctor
Mr. Guerry Strong spent last week in M F .. H..e to returning In a few days.
M,, a hrom y er s F. A. Hathaway returned to- .. .....
Macon, Ga., on business, returning Tallahsse from aryvilfe, Fl.. Satur Mr. R. W. Cobb will leave for an
Sdy. . ay Mr. Hathaway was at the station outing at Columbia, Tenn., Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Maxwell, of Con- intending to accompany her, when he where, after spendiig a few days, he
cord, spent Sunday and Monday in Tal- received a telegram announcing the will return home with his wife.
hMMsee. death of his sister in DeFunlak Springs. Me. W. R. Wilson and daughter, Mrs.
Mr. B. M. Thomas, of Vereen, was in W. G. Moore, of Tallahassee, was a Francis, left Tliursday for 1
the city Monday, subscribing to our pa- visitor to the city this morning New York, from which place they will
per while here. i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Croom, or Talla- proceed to Berkshire Hills, N. H.,
Miss Mattie Walshe, of Concord, Fla, hassee, were in the city for a short where they will spend a month. I
is in the city, the guest of Miss Vason time yesterday. Will is the inspector Miss Bertha Clark. who has been the
for a few weeks. of State and private banks. -Live Oak popular guest of Miss Ebie Quaile for a
Messrs. Julian Howard and Frank Democrat, llth. few weeks, returned to her home in ,
May Jr., of Quincy, were in the city Misses Alma and Trubie Osteen, of Albany, Ga. via Bain!'ride and Thomr- 1
Sunday circulating. High Springs, arrived Thursday and are asville Wednesday morning much to,
Mr. 0. C. VanBrunt, wife and family the guests of their sister, Mrs. W. G the regret of her many frieAs.
returned Wednesday from a short stay Moore. Miss Alvma has accepted a posi- Here is a good lay sermon which we a
at Lanark-on-the-Gulf. tion in Gadsden county as principal of may all take to heart in these few
.. Mrs. Clade L'Engle and two chil- a school, and left today to occupy the words from the Orlando Reporter-Star:
dren left Sunday for a few weeks' visit charge. "Do good to your town. It's yours.
to friendss in Atlanta. State Senator Buckman, of Jackson- Speak well of your town. Heaven ity I
While in the city last week Editor ville, author of the famous Buckman the man who loves not his own Live
Williams, of the Carrabelle Advertiser, educational bill in the last Legislature, Democrat.
made s a pleasant visit. was married in Philadelphia Thuraday Hon. John F. Dorman, assistant
made- -- r-s a--a t.... v to Miss Katherine Pillsbury, formerly secretary of State has been in the city
Mr. Ass Clark returned Saturday a stenographer in Jacksonville, who nad for the past two weeks looking after
from Talluh Falls, Ga., where he lias gone Nurth for the benefit of her health. his saw mill and other interests, and
been fr several weeks.
r. Robert Phillips who has been Sam Russ did not make his permaenjoying the association with many
SR to Ph nent escape from the toils of journal- friends. He returned to his duties at i
s uly wo rlill for the t week, was at m after all as we feared ad the capital today. Live Oak Democrat! M
his work gain Monday. ism after all. a we feared he had at 13th ,q
his wor. again Mondry. one time. He is now pragraphing and
Mr. E. H. Alford, spending his pnlosophizingon the Penacola Journal, Miss Ida Grace Cramer, daughter of
vacation of three weeks in Washington, and we give hm hearty welcome back Rev. Frank W. Cramer, who has been
Baltimore and New York. to the Fourtkn Estate in Florida, of in attendance at the University of Chi-!
Dr. Those. N. Evans has returned whici he is one of the recognized orna. cago, Chicago, Ill., returned home last
from a pleasant vacation spent at vari- ment.. Hit your old gait, Sam, and week. Miss Cramer graduated from
ous points on the Gulf coast. mix with the gang.-Live Oak Demo- this university, taking the A. B. degree
Mr. G. Granting Hammond. of the crat. at the sixtieth convocation, occurring
Mat the close of the past summer quarter, H
Semmes Hardware Co., of Atlanta, was Adispatch of the 9th from Macon, August e o f the past summer quarter,
in the city a few days this week. Ga., says: "A number of lumber men to welcome her homeny fain.
Mr. J. D. Cay and wife, and Mr. in this city today in conference declare
Phillips are now occupying the com- that the ruling out of abort leaf pine For Sale.
portable Cay cottage at Panacea. I lumber in northern and eastern cities, One pair horses, wagon, buggy and
Miss Sallie Nicholson, of Havana, is unsaleable even at 8 to $6 per thous- other farm implements for sale at a
in the city this week visiting her and feet under regular prices. As a bargain for cash. Apply to Wm N. w
brothers, P. T. and C. R. Nicholson. consequence, at leIttone thousand mills Taylor, Box 14, Tallahassee, Fla. 29-4t
Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett Wolfe re- in Georgia, Alabasa and Florida are - .. --
urnd MsaJ trEmmetheir weddinr affected, many of wi~ich will cloee un- Was"*
turnd Tusd Nfromtheir wedding less there is a revocation of the ruling. To rent my farm west end of town by
irposi tin tMe Northwest ard New'It is twelieved here the drastic measure the year; land well situated and adapted w
CiWK as in the interest of spruce pine manu- to growing tobacco. For particulars
Mr. Sydey Diamond leaves next Nucturers." Apply to F. P. Woodward. 29-tf
week fti Athens where he will attend
the Uldveraty of Georgia in the law

o s.k oe fr kthw k... Old KemDer Livery Stables. 0
roat@ to bis home from the Bryin re-
i New York.
It.r ft W.edea: C. H. SCIOeMAKBR. Propr.
... Under New Management. "

we siamerF e EVERY #W f8 S TO 100 N. MONROE ST. a
rii!5bMrs. T.C.Watta, in th ity -
ietrsmle S her hem s, POMPT, 3PICIZNT SERVICL

fee ne Twee n....* OPEN ALL HOURSh. TELEPHONE NO. U

Corbett's Furniture

| Store. |.. ..


: Lead* a In Lasn ire nre Is.. C. Nerth I ul b h sad M Uaale Ia S C,.
eweuheser ire. Is. Co. Frederl Is. Co.
Acedei- sad sth. M."1 WaWd casMly e. C.
St33 se 3. 3 33, 333 333 ti 333 333


NOTICE is he.rby riven that the following described lands will be sold at public aUetia on the
it day of October. IMS., in front of the court houe door. at Tall ahassee. In the county of laIn, or m
nuch thereof as will be ecesary tn 1pay the amount due for taxes herein set oppolit to the sam, to-
ether with cost of such sale and advertising:


lenrietta Rollins T. (4 lot I. 1 .0 Prxcet. t3 2 fet onthe north
ulsed t hrfuf 5 41
tohki Rolwrtbon. wont for Vlrgl"
Robertson Part f ,the wemt halfof T C lot 8. N WA
described as follows: "inning at the
.w cornerofnakli lot and run north 41
fet, thence mast .1T7 fet. the*ce south
41 feet. themew wst 17 feert to pIre of
beginnings .. ......-........ -.... 4
Wm. Edwards 'art of T C lot N. N W A deeribed fol-
kiwa: Beginning at a point M fet w-et
of the corner of amid lot d irun
writ 41 feet. thence north 114ft llnekh-
e. thence ast 41 feet, th-e-o smuth If1
feet and 6 Inch" to pla of bgnlnjag....... .. 5 5
1'illImm Edwards Part of TC lot II N W A d-Hlbd mll-
low.: Beginninl at a point N fet weat
of these oortwnerof a M lot IL. and run
A lI 5* L Al .. m ed .&.,*IA#-.*-.-A,

w 4et hs. tenceW N II fl tWt and 9
inch-s, thneMe eat 41 fwt, thiMl soeth
170 foet md 9 leeame to place begin
nin ... ..... .. ............ .
'hrsltoph Cole res hal of them t third atf T C lot s0
N W A ... .. .. .* '.
Wm. Jenkinam ... iLttCof the mbdiviion ofTCWot I. N
W A as pe at wlM Is doild bMsh
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ILZVO*IIM pullilei.fc Imagine a rose that would say to It-
vwA sol f: '7 cannot afford to &ive away all
": JM ', PTHOKNG my beauty and sweetnes I must kee
uw..e U*i fo i OAY m OUf. r. I wilrWupmy
and witdhi this fragrance.
lasalus News. But behold!
The moment the rose tries to store up
.-Mr. Frank Powell of Fel- the trasure of color and fragrance. to
with the writer 'at Dogwood withhold them from others, they vanish.
Sast week. He is traveling The fragrance and colors do not exist
M ranewe buiness. t ened bud.
dahter of A. It only when the rose bWiss to
R q etelfe Ga., assisted open itself, to giye out its sweetness
I e protracted services at its life, to others, that its beauty and
H t byplya on the oNFan. She frafrance are developed.
Suest -of % r. and Mjars. E.J. o elfishness defeats it own edas.
He who refuses to give himself for
e servlees ame to an end after the others, who closes the petals of his
11 a. m. sermon Thursday, Thise er- charity and withholds the fragrance of
sna was preached by Rev. D. D. Mer- his sympathy and love, finds that he
r -Isastor of the Spring Hill circuit, loses the very thing he tries to keep.
In Ufay county, who was assisting our, The very springs of his manhood dry
pastor, Rev. W. C. Embry, in the' up.
meeting. No accessions were received: His finernature becomes atrophied.
to the church, there being but few in! He grows deaf to the cries of help
this vicinity yet out of the church. from his fellow men.
Mrs. A. Green, who was badly injured Tears that never are shed for others'
by a fall recently is improving very woes turn to stinging sicids in his own
fast and will soon be up and about. heart.
Mr. John Green Is having a tenant Refuse to open your purse, and soon
house erected on the land of Mrs. Me- you cannot open your sympathy
Intyre known as the "Vickers place." Refuse to give, and soon you will
Urs. W. F. Robertson and family cease to enjoy that which you have
were Up at the old homestead at lame-o Refuse to love, and you lose the power
al last week. They returned to Talla- to love and be loved.
hassles on Saturday. Withhold your affections, and they
Mr. W. J. Dickey was on the jury it, become petrified, your sympathies die
Cro, OGrady county, Ga., several dayn from disuse, and you become a moral
lot week, returning home on Saturday, paralytic.
He say the Judge, Parker, opGned But the moment you own wider the,
semrt with prayer. They all ought to door of your life, and, like the roe.
*O sv send out without stint your fragrance
S. M. Beach of Busina, Ga., has, and beauty upon every passerby, you
1bougt the "Henry Dickey" place, let the sunshine into your own soul.
whle Is about three miles north of Jacksonville Metropolis.
I&aul, in Grady county. .I -
S weather still prevails, but Chamberlaln' Couah Remedy Acts
rs manage in some way to pick in Nat re's Plan.
8t8d carry to market a good many o mtr P
Of cotton to sell at 9 centa. The most succesnful medicines are
. H. arvin is said to be imn- those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
ePoing In health, but still confined to Coug h remedy acts on this plan Take
i~oom, it when you have ua cold and it will allay
Tom Whitfield in sawing lumber the cough, relieve the lung?. aid expec-
rtt along at Mr. Joe Blair's pIlahce toration, open the necretions and aid
Br. Albert McElvy went "over the nature in restoring the hystemn to a,
rI"" last Saturday. healthy condition. Thousandls have tea-;
Mr. Ponts, who has been A. S. Ma- tified to it superior excellence. It
oP's overseer at his usina place, has, c4ounterat(tx any tendiercy of a cold to
wh his family, "bag and baggage," result in pneunoniia I'rice, .'i cents.
Iftsaid place and gone to parts un- Large ,ipe, cernts. F,'r sale biy all
1k druggists
to the continued heavy rains, --
.public roads ar e getting in bad R1 OF 0 / [ECN" ION
ih- again and shoulder attended to 9
they become impassable. o THEi

aeom fter revementla i ace. First National Bank

Ae colored citizen of Live Oak write AT TAII.AHAJsIM.
thtiollowing timely and sensible com. in the state of orilda. at the Close if i'i ieee
mteatlon the Live Oak Democrat: ,i.> 4th. 10.
Uiter Democrat: Please allow pace ,KVAt0'K%.
In Pr paper to speak a word of advice Ioans mn iiout(ni.,. 1'ws,728 51
to Y le In regard to loyalty., O)verdrft, '-ured and unsc.'ur.i ,140
r, I wish to say that there i room ,. neur'ti. n *OA),0 00
l provment among our race We banklntbhus.furnitur and fixture-. 4.174 N
do at look on the bright side of things l I ru National sank. (not reserve ,
as WN should, as a rule. I hope the f D rmn St.ate Banks and Bankern 4,.9 S
06 will come when we all can see Due from approved reserve gentai .1,024 9
as wr our own good. Cheeks and other cash items 1.M 49
A .w should be saff. te* of oth National Bank* 1.0000
t, be, Mr. Loafer, you had better centa I.IT nd
" p.;" buggerst are after you., a wful Money Rlerve in ank. vis: 0
Wate my prediction! The idler hua no siow note. MOW O-n.1 .9l,0 o00
among respectable civilized peo t- edition fund with an. Treurer
and as a rule the devil has him em- er cent of circulation) 2. 00 00
Sl id to do mischief and commit crime Total 764 48
e1e thle "greenyed monster"
op. I don't believe our Creator p ABILITIK.
. ny .y pers. All I have men- Curplt smfunk paid in 0.o00 00
l makes he race problem more UnJiv to nd v 10.0o 0xpnw and
1Mkalt to sotve. Away with your loaf- 1011 1e 14.719.
III N k to **Ua l Banki notM outstanding0000f B 00
O a pd Idlenes and go to work like N6" ,k ott s.
aeto stot Batem kand bonk. fs, 1..7 4
thnk a man is In a sad condition to Trut Coampanieom mad Ravings
wt he h to be to be coMpled to work 1.m *aI u. chek w1.0M0
wr hi own telf, and eIt m this clase of Tim. Cftifte of Dep6,t..
M who complain of hard times. Citified ec .. ," .0
iS an urgent call for labor all c a hr' ekA out atandins
wee this land yet many complain that Tow sm.7" 4a
e a't set work. My brother, you S ATs or tOMA. I
Sbettad d a Job and what thou do, c o nty of L Aeo. I
ith It qutekly. This applies to the l, w. C. Lawlts, Cahi.r of the aborv-named
nk. solemnly swer that the abow statement
I-s'r. You are known, although I may i rt.. o the. bet of my know, e nd belief.
et know you. I hear about you and w.. LEWIS.
rea about you. The disease (idleness) CoasT- Attet: Cashier.
as to be general among our col- Zo LSwm.
e op i, and should be stopped at o. L Laws.
aem or It will lead us to a state of de- tr.w.
alr.o Suhbswribed and sworn to before me this th day
Remember, i.iy brother, we are on oft tt. C. WHITFIELD.
se stage of action and every man I%,ai..I Notary Public.
should play his part well; but loafing
ev the country ia drawback to our STAT[E N[ Of TKl C"ONT"
no and the better element must suffer
in toomequence therefore. oP THE
The quicker we rid our county and
eityofsuchaclas thebetter it will be S [AlI SAVINGS BANK
fo s and our children. We should not or TALLAHASkF..
kspsillent, but put forth every effort In the State of Fworida. at the close of business
to better our condition If ndceMary, on the 6 day of Sept.. 1i0.
we should give our assistancr of carry- IESO)URCrI.
kg out anm enforcing the vagrancy law Loan. and Discounta stI.700 3
to the very letter. Some of us are County and Municipal B"' nds70
ItRailroad Stocks and noe d 7.000 0
lawbld citizens and we should PAW- tat. f itur, and wixtures 11.16 nS
urn the oflcers of our aid mand a sist- >ua from Incorporated Ranks 2.11n a
amoe. Your for the race, C ah on hand 30.00000
CHARaLt A NOiiRaoN. Total *. 407.772 )0
a P romptl oei a evod I.IAHI.ITIE. s
f aft ra Ps ymll P l CapitlalUek Idl adIts 10.00000
h m- an a PurplU und 10.000 00
A litti child of Michael Strauss, of Utesvcpam Pidu a35,Md 6
V CO was recently in great Individual deposit ubhet to check 3-.I1S 01
n on the hand and
t only ineread the In- Tco w- I7 U
Mr. Straua came to Mr. )UNto soof. Lem -'
ohol, a local merchant, for I. jw. C W MK000stor ot u. state avie
te* pain. Mr. N kih- m Knl haiubrte..d o.0 oil rh ftht
ot:d hs m to uase Chm, ii, tWst .muewo tdeM ief.

tsIdis W have*us edthi Sa .
aad remmawd It T T co"o-Aato,

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Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experience of 85 years in the Buildi
Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarantee,
and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of


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

Print and Prosper!

See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I

Everything New and Up-to-date In Machinery and Type, the Best
Grades in Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.
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The new Laxative f 7 f Cures
that doe- .?ot gripe Stomach and Liver
P)rl eas e tL xatie *Far L troub and
Pleasant to take. Lax 4lve Fr: I I^"I cI---c- c:-.-. ation.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,


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

A portion of the public
patronao Is solicited
and eatis factions uarana

Economy Fence I
If yoi intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before ptarchang.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BEST and

Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville, Florida.

Cream Vermifuge



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

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from
to New Orleans.


full information and sleeper
Seaboard Agent
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.


reservations call on any
or write
Passenger Agent.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad Co.

Mall and p._
PaPmn- -
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D 0 Sunday
l only.
A. M. P. M.
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Daly ox.
P. M.
Lv 40

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Lv. 4 10
Ar. 41M
Lv. 4 0
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No. 8
P. M.
Ar 540
6 17
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VAf A m

S eM& O te a n lmob
'o''', see. er.. mmd
a B b hdas usit. rePansd
IiA Ch fsr Got l rnisO-
h.r -kB and Bays, Undm
a 3i.bdb Tailor
a spehlsih. U
ats p atwear adl other
n be fitted at the storem
Iwho oarry ly high
bes m t C oote o at e
VI, BDrumby has just returned
Seadet with a large stoek of
t tory line, which he is offering
W oa Brumby buys and selia
WtyMX and anything that can be
ws See him.
T Mr. A. S. Ledbetter, representing
the 8. Forbes muastic house of Mont-
temity, has returned from a trip to
otAI Florida to Tallahassee, .head-
Tailor made clothes are the best and
Cheapest; they retain their shape, out-

and guarantee its fit. 29
The remodeling and improving of
Byrd & Co.'s grocery store and bakery
is nearing completion, and soon it will
be one the neatest business houses
in the city, and you may look out for
their advertisements.
"A Friend," writing from Woodville,
announces that "The home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Register was made happy
Saturday, September 8th, 1906, by the
arrival of a fine lu-pound baby boy, and
that mother and boy are doing well.,,
Congratulations and good wishes.
There will be no preaching at the
First Baptist Church, Lord's Day
morning, september 16th. The pastor
will be at Sopchoppy, Fla., dedicating
the new Baptist Uourch at that place.
Evening service at 7:30; Bible school at
10:00 a. m; Junior union at 4 p. m;
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 6:46 p. m.
Mr. Abe Simon, one of Monticello's
valuable business men and our boyhood
nd, was in the city Wednesday on
bsinmes and we had the pleasure of
again shaking his friendly hand. Many
were the pleasant hours, in the olden
days, he and the writer spent around
dear old Monticello, our old home.
D0th.O1 fHfssWitaler.

Mrs. A. M. Wkftakor, aged 86 died
at her summer home in St. Teresa
early Thursday morning very suddenly
with acute indigestion. Her death
comes as a book to her many friends
who have always known her as a pure
and onecrated woman whose ac-
quaintane meant to love her.
Mrs. Whitaker was the mother-in-
law of Mrs. Robert Bradford, and has
been living with his family for a num-
ber of years.
The body was met Thursday by Mr.
Joseph Duncan with a casket, and was
#lpped to Columbus, Ga., for inter-
Juvenlue Dramatists.
The East End Dramatic Company,
under the excellent management of Mr.
ISamuel Wahnish, Tuesday evening put
upon the sta erected for the purpose
I the back yard of the manager, the
latest "hit" "The Mystery of the
Kitmen,d" by a noted authoress. A
areV crowd was present and pro-
Bounced the play well wor the price
of admission, and it may be repeated in
the near future. Mr. M. Edrihi was an
Important clown, and deserved especial
"Champion" or "Sylph." We buy
direct from the mills.
26-1m T. H. Randolph & Son.

S Cure by Chamberlain's Colic,
h tera sad Diarrhea Remedy.
"When my boy was twoyears old he
had a very severe attack of bowel com-
plaint, but by the use of Chamberlain's
Colei, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy we
brought him out all right," says Mag-
gae ickox, of Midland Mich. This
remedy can be depended upon in the
most severe cases. Even cholera in-
( antum is followed by it. Follow the
plain printed directions and a cure is
certain. For sale by all druggists.

N neriged aId eat the Estat of Lila
orsek t d n Lima rmide Grth minr..
aims appl estems to the ien. L A. *hitfield.
ueed Lsmat. ai. this-
.A. D. 159. at a 'e. m., for au-
sao the undwded twwthld Iaterest
mieIs and wo the feAwlag deaeribed
1i t.wit: TasUahem
09 U11 ameii iMth


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nd and Cash held hi trust by the Internal Improvement Board I
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Aft st 3T. FRLonst.
batb Clrelt Court. Loem Cosmor f iulialpt.
18t. 1IN&
AsciOW Sal of Cmoty Sdhol

to the higfet biddras T- y Octot kh.
1 ront of the court at It o'clock
oon. in Talashasees. the following property, to
The large two-story brick building known -
the Leon Academy. recently used for the Tall.
homag H 01h School
Said building is situated In the business portion
of the town, located on lots numbers 226. V7
and 23K, North Addition to the City of Tallahasee,
comprisin one-half square, fnting on Duval
street 170 feet. on TeMnnese strt 40 feet. on
resougrh street 170 feet. The above building Is
0 ftet ionr by 40 feet wide, with an annex in the
form of an L which i 23 feet wide by 4 teft long.
This building can be used for many purposes.
but is ___saydesirable and well adaptdfora
cla factor, or tobaceo-packing house; anyone
Interested in this industry would do well to be
present at the sale. This building is compare.
tively new and in excellent condition, and is only
offered for asle because the school trustees desire
to erect a new building in a different part of the
c member the date of sale-Tuesday. October
9. 190.
FL A. SHINE. Auctioneer.
Tallahass. Fla.. Sept. 6. 19K.
To the Sheriff of LoEn County, of the State of
Be it known that I, H. Clay Crawford. Seer.
taryof State of the tate of Florida. do hereby
ri ve notice that a General Election will be held in
n County. State of Florida. on Tuesday next
uteeedins the first Monday In November. A. D.
1906. the said Tuesday being the Sixth Day of
For One Representative of the 3rd Congres-
sional District of Floriea in the Sixtieth Congress
of the United States.
For Two Justices of the Supreme Court of the
State of Floe-ida.
For Two Railroad Comrissioners for the State
of Flerida.
For One Stat e Senator tot 8th Senatorial Dis-
trict of the State of Florida.
For Two Members of the House of Represents.
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Asseor of Taxes.
For Tax Collector.
PEE ThM beihMn of the County Board of
Public lastructo.
For Justice of the Peace in and for the follow.
ing Justice Districts, vis:
Noes. 4. 7, 8. 9. 10 12.
F. COseat oae and for the following Justi*e
Districts, via:
No. 4 10. 11, .
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the great Seal of the
[L. .) State of Florida at Tallahassee. the Capi-
tal. this the first day of September. A. D.

Secretary of State.
To CHARLES HOPKINS, Sheriff Laon County.
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
Wante4, District NaMager.
Exclusive territory will be given to
reliable and industrious man to repre-
sent the Washington Life Insurance
Co. of New York. Highest commis-
sions paid. Company issues every plan
of contracts that any other company
has. Address Justin M. Williams, 901
English-American Building, Atlanta,
Ga. 26-6t

sealed JO-
kn samlt

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MW ow thV ON
DoW SWet daYr of Augst.
A. D. IN&
A tuepe. Att st .Al11
Clrk e t he Ciruft CmarAt. Len County. Plorida.
To Whmlata" Comam.
Netie herby imsA t I havety ba iven
powe :0 of oum to atftr a A. I. LLA in
the m lm t all hamesi bt- late husband.
All perms havii catme assault the late A. n.
Liromim tosw fe t mmMoI r iM -
= 160 cma, =U,. .uek .,h -- a, ,, be outod aa4
Mett a C. M. AUSLOY.
A-t. with Power of Attorney, for Mr. A. M.
Tallahassee. a., Aufustl I. 106. 28-ft
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe.


$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot

$8.50 delivered in city

Tallahassee, Fla.

Neatly Done.
With F. T. Myers, Attorney.

Gin and Saw Repairing.

If your Gins and Saws
need Repairing call on,

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 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.





"It's up to you" to write quickly if interested in a thorough, practical Busi-
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. O. BOX 210

Just Step In

And see what we

for Fall and Winter.

mestic Goods, Notions


have now on Sale

Dress Goods, Do-

s, Gents and 8oys

and Shoes, also Saddles,

Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes, all

at popular prices.




Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,
Monroe Street.

See My Fall and Wat.k Goods.

Prepared to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and c.
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladles
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed. .

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

Cleaning sad

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
chant Tailors.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pith,
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price Us.
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A Cup of White House or i** Labe
Neca aWd Java Coese
is what goes straight to the heart of
W 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.
oI /We sell nothing but the beat of food
i 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

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Hot and cold baths unsurpmaeed. Good table. Good beds.
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables.
Pavillions. Boats, etc
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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
the price and selling more beds. We expect to double
in this line in 30 days. Low prices will do it. Come

our sales
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 tha. farn .
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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