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 21, 1906
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7 v. : ;


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

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21, 1906.

NO. 8.

Good overment; Honesty in Public Office; Bqal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


Sa esfa of hoetos of Ilteeast i
.the4 ,ef f aO de NO Wbo
served nr ate gamillf .
0tpbort W. Davis ItTmau Trpibmal.)
I love to tlink of Dr. John L. Craw-
fod. He' and- my father, Rev. Jease
I* were the best of friends, and,
.leukIg beak through the years so
lMpiqh with memories-back to the
yWs -f my boyhood-I can see two
p.4 p 44good men in friendly associ-
a.i 1.. know there were never two
bi or.nobler characters in this world,
and, although they lived in different
States and their pathways led them
wide apart in careers and fn destinies, I
have never been able to think of Dr.
Crawford without also thinking of my
father. No man was ever more loved
or more honored than was Dr. John L.
Crawford by the people of Florida. He
was Senator from Wakulla county when
I first came to the State to live, and
had often, even before that time, rep.
resented his county either in the Senate
or House of Representatives. In 1881
he was appointed by Gov. Wm. D. Blox-
ham, his Hfe-long and devoted friend,
to be Secretary of State, and he held
that position contnuousaly,uninterru t-
edly and efficiently, to the day of Cis
death. He came of a distinguished
Southern family, and amongst those
beai g his name and whoe" blood
in his veins, were Joel Craw-
ford, several times a member of Con-
fromee Georgia shabortly after the
portion of our government; Wm. H.
Crawfoad, who was in the public eye
. along with Wbster, Calhoun and Clay,
who was United States Senator from
Georgia, Secretary of War, minister to
France, and a dat for President of
time itd sfts; Gee. W.:,Qrswfod,
governor of Georgi; a younger Joel
Crawford; Peter Crawford nd Martin
J. Crawford, who were members of
John L. Crawford came to Florida the
year the Territory became a State-
1846. His first location was at New-
port Wakulla county, where he prac-
tied medicine for some time, and
then moved to the spot where
Crawfordville now stands, the village
being named in his honor. Here he re-
sided for many years, practicing his
profession and engaging in agriculture
at the same time, representing his
county in the State Senate almost con-
tinuously until Governor Bloxham ap-
pointed him Secretary of State. In
many respects he was "the noblest Ro-
man of them all." With a heart as
tender as a woman's, he had the cour-
age of a lion. He straddled the fence
on no question, but was frank and in-
genuous, while his honesty and straight-
forwardness gained for him universal
confidence and esteem. During recon-
struction days, when the carpetbag and
irresponsible element dominated the
Legislature, Dr. Crawford was always
there, and with such associates as John
A. Henderson Henry L. Mitchell, J. L.
F. Cottrell, Geo. P. Raney, John T.
Lesley, Wm. Miller, the McKinnons,
the McCaskills and a few other deter-
mined men, fought back the tide of cor-
ruption, ignorance and peculation which
threatened to engulf the State. When
he believed himself right, he adhered to
his opinion and persisted In his purpose
with a determination that was almost
dogmatic. An illustration of this oc-
crred in 1891, while he was Secretary
of State. The Lagislature was trying
to elect a United StatesSenator. Daly
ballots and nightly caucuses, character-
med by excitement bitterness, con-
tinued almost to end of the session
without result. VWilkeirns Call was a
candidate for re-election to his third
term. trong effort was made to defeat
him. He was the choice of a majorlt
of t Democratie member* and e
havt be be elected I open sessonatany

ak e w stood his ways ad,
e meattsred their votes In
Stt of the Legislature to
opent 'an edlests. The dyfor ad.-
mtwmm st wa awwi near hen the
Ml fdowern dsddrto abhadon the
eases sad take the matter into regu-
lar sess.. Thea the oppositon deter-
d upaosn a coup d'etat, and Ofteedo
efmes member of the Senate, enouh
to bra-r aqorum of that bod
eanted'smselve. and, Ilaving the
tf Taiahaa e, took to the woods,.
St sergen t-et-arms could not
n s thu ganh for themselves
ta **lnft of "the babes in the
woodsa" Ttheory was that, although
the irmaing Senatores might meet
with the me eof time House, and.
with the member of the Hose, make
semis. n co ontempltlten of law. The

following day the Heu of Repr-snt-
sti midth athyeSf eate
Flmig hel that there wa no mP
elected sadmm as able ephi s.
ttmkaMM to dit tibvewo Ho
Swto rotie an aba rth

iS^ C^^^^1low


V lAs A- lr IL.
The following letter has been ment to
Governor Broward, by Secretary Boney
of the Half Milion Club, which &
booming Jacksonville all over the

September, 17, 1906.
Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor of Flor-
ida, Tallahasee.
Dear Sir-Inclosed, I have the honor
of sending you a printed statement of
the relative rank of southern cities and
I am informed that the counties of
Florida having a population of over 40,-
000 (Hillsborough and Duval) have the
same local organizations as the counties
having less than 5,000; also that there
is no general law under which road
bonds, improvement bonds, etc., may
be voted by the counties which desire
extensive improvements.
It is generally recognized that com-
mercial seaport counties demand a dif-
ferent organization from the interior
agricultural counties, and many states
have so arranged classes under which
the voters could organize. Would it be
practicable to call a special session of the
legislature to pass a classification law
under which the voters could organize
at the next November election. Such
law should of course define the powers
of each class and to apply only by
adoption of the voters.
Very truly yours,

Scheolt Kbxeeut Local Item.
Hon. W. N. Sheats has been elected
principal of the Leon County High
ehool, Tallahassee.
Tallahassee and Palm Beach will put
up new high school buildings costing
from $80,000 to $40 000 this year. They
will be modern and up-to-date in all
their apsentmenta.
John W. Wideman,for many years one
of the most active of Florida educators,
has, in the language of the unregener-
ate "flew de coop," and gone into the
life insurance business where his ener-
gies will have full scope and his special
talent full opportunity. His one-time
brethren wish him success.
We have heard it said, time and
again, of Hon. W. N. Sheats while he
was State Superintendent, that "he
could not secure a certificate under has
own examination law." Last fall with-
out a day's preparation he took the
county examination in Gadsden county
for a first grade certificate, making one
hundred per cent. in many of the sub-
'ects and close around that in the rest.
his summer he took the examination
for a State certificate making several
hundreds, and securing a certificate
with an unusually high average. In
solid scholarship Mr. Sheats stands at
least the equal of any State certificate
holder in Florida.
The party having my Hammond
typewriter will please return same to
me at my undertaking rooms.
30tf Jos DUNCAN.

pointed Hon. R H. M. Davidson, a no-
ble and worthy man, to fill what he held
to be a vacancy Dr. Crawford be.
lived Call to have been legally elected
and refused, as Secretary of State, to
place the great seal upon Col. David.
son's certificate uf appointment. No
persuasion could induce him to relent
and Governor Fleming was compelled
to resort to mandamus against him.
Menace, the case in the Twenty-eighth
Florida ReportA of the State ex reL,
7ranels P. Fleming, Governor, vi John
.. Crawford, Secretary of State, toIn
which the Supreme Court hbold that the
Secretary had no opti-that his off-
cial duties were ministerial and com-
pelled him to affix the great seal to the
appointmen--t of the Governor. The
good Dotor was clearly wrongeinhis
refusal. but it was, graifn
to him when the Untes Seate
refused to eat the Governor's appolatee
and sated CalL
I have mentioned thias cideat, not
for the prposeof dismuamng its merits,
but y a an example sof Joha L
Crawford tenacity when he believed
himself right. I ought to remark that
it did not disturb the friendly, pmeal
relations between Gov or emi
and hi Secretary of tat. It was
simply a different conception of duty
between two equally determided and
equally conselentious me; but, being
ended left no sting in either breast
Whenever I went to Tallahas sewhile
Dr. Crawford was Secretary of State,
I invariably called at his oefk, whether
Sbuiness took me there or not. It would
not have seemed like a visit to the cap.
itl u I had failed to take his friendly
hand in mine. Memory ses him now,
tiated in his oflee, suMrroaundad by wails
Sof record and books, hi once tall and
erect form drooping lower and lower
under the weight o advancing years.
I love to contemplate hi character sad
I reflect upon his virtus, fwr his life was
i a: tneag uat to his State. He wesed
have raalm f a" idsfl #y If be
had Ived a VdradyM for 0mSa

Miss Marion Bowen has been visiting tfic wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
at Mannington in Leon emty. lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
Dr. R A. Shine and wife apent a Wane bor, Pa., of a distressing case
Week pleasantly at S. TeOa. of pOl.It heals the worst burns,
Mr. J. D. Htebhlmse, the lar ore bolls, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil-
Jmanager of theU tmel btlael and alt rheum. Only J W at iall
from a business trip to Alabat.aa. mit e.
aubscribe for ItetTrweDaenocrst& 89 Jobs C>litsu f or Job Printing.


DPLOA. dimATH .L .

OCCUR38 IWDILAND.1 temtlt ito Date6 Were
!P. u t- u pu m W t i ilta *w Caas.
X The effects -the new Federal law
rsa.L Bead am1 Very S alr- ulatin labels o.canaed ads re
u. ,1..the. fe lt by purchasers*i e
Times' City z~ e un Tmt rlafra -the h ce of ra."
stW-Was ie e*o s Sat'sW Neat The of ,indication of a higher mar-
.ke....t, nd other commodities will fall in
ValsWble sad a3 abkle Ci eae.* line, ccoing to. all.accounts.
It is undersi by the rise in lard
Death is not ealy a relentless reaper, that all co oit in can which will
but a lendish jester. have to be relabeled after October 1
Hiseternalsilence-dealing hand passes will be higher, for a time at least. The
unexpectedly over the sick and infirm, onireon attributed for the rise rests
to who teaiwl bring re in the conclusion that the big packing
to whom the pa g wouldbring relief house do not propose to bear expense
and falls upon one apparently in the of paying for new labels.
prime of life-passes over the frown But with the rise in compounds put
and gran of the affmited and robs mor- up in cans by the big packing concerns,
the people have the assurance that they
tale of a tender word and a pleasant know more about what they are pur-
smile. chasing. If any particular band of
On Wednesday last I conversed pless- lard contains any particular compound.
antly for more than an hour with Frank it will have to be stated on the label.
. Bond, of DeLand, one of the best The new label law is not confined to
known and most successful business lard but to all kinds of lteking-house
men in Florida. Mr. Bond was always good, put up in can*, buckets, etc. It
bright and genial with every one, but goes into effect October 1, and it is said
on this last meeting he was unusually that the price have been increased for
so, having just returned from a well the purpose of raising suicient revenue
earned vacation in the northern States. to bear the expense.
"Yes, I hid to come back," he said. ..^^. .. _
"for things were gettw in an awful A uchinM St meant.
shape down here lU Veusia. One fAe The presence of Secretary Taft and
morning I was minjeyng an unusually Assistant Secretary Baon on the island
good breakfast we a man I knew of Cuba assure a speedy solution of the
called my attention to the fact that one different now agitating the people.
of the DeLand W ewlSaere was sri- It Is a peculiar situation. Neither ide
ously criticizing the brd of county sems obe able to carry on a war and
commissioner for allowing five or six both are anxious to be parted.
weeds to grow i the Mour -fhou yard. The chance are that mediation by
As chairman of the board, 1 eould 't such a power as ours will be just as *f
stand to 9s the county going to the fetive as intervention, and we may
dogs on account of the weeds, so I 1m- look for a speedy lying down of the
ply picked up and returned home. Iam arms, the cooeession of some disputed
going to have thom weeds pulled up at points to the rebels, the promise of
once to save my political and busine more liberality on the part of the
rep.tatkwo." Palma government and a period of at
with a merry t on his lips, and a eat temor 3 and uetude.
please. emite f .r every who -H 4o0eeinpep orCuba have
came within his view, Mr. BS traa already reelved a vry good iea of
acted his business as chairman of the what a prolonged condition of disturb-
board of county commissioners with re- ance would do for them, and their in-
markable rapidity. He was a great fluence will be as weighty as they can
friend and believer in the State fair make it on the side of tranquility. In
movement and was determined to see the meantime it is not worth while to
his county of Volusaa creditably repre- lay much reliance upon the despatches
sented, as were the other commr ton- purporting to rive an account of the
ers. "I'll be down is Tampa within ton situation. Walt for Taft's report tak-
days to select space for my county, "he ing it for granted that the trouble is
said to the writer at parting, 'and I now practically at an end-Tampa
don't want Volusia set off in any corner, Times.
either. I want to see CoL Brown and
renew old-time acquaintances anyhow." A Great Chance for Our Teachers
But that trip was never made and will aod Pupil s.
never be made. The ambition of the progressive edu-
I was preparing last night to write a cators of Florida to have at the great
letter to Mr. Bond when a Times-Union State fair a building dedicated to the
was placed in my hands. The first ar- sole display of educational resources of
tide that caught my eye was one tell.- the State will be gratified at the com-
ingof the death of Mr. Bond at DeLand ing fair, which opens at Tampa Wednes-
Saturday morning death resulting from i day, November 14 Owing to the greatly
heart disease. "Theworld has lost one increased demand for exhibit space
of its greatest and rarest jewels a since the fair of last year, the direct-
busy man with a pleasant smile," was ors have found it necessary to erect a
mysad mental comment. number, of additional buildings, the
Than Frank E. Bond there was no handsomest of which will be the edu-
more successful or busy man in the national building. Absolutely no exhibit
State of Florida, he being manager and I other than those educational in charac-
director in a number of large business ter will be allowed in the building and
concerns in Volusia county andeelse- for the first time in the historyof lor-
where in the State. How he transacted ds the educational advantages of the
so much business with apparent ease State will be shown to thousandsof via-
was a marvel to many. i. tors in a proper light. Every school
In view of his busy life and bumnes and college In Florida, public and pri-
cares, I wish to pay this one word of vate, owes to itself and the State the
tribute to his memory: Frank E. Bond duty of being represented.
was a busy and successful man, but with For the benefitof teachers and pupils
it all he always found time to be a ge- as pal day will be designated as edu-
nial, smiling and lovable gentleman. cat lona day, and the county boards of
Whatgrteoror simpler tribute could education and superintendents should
be paid a man? ant oldays in honor of the occasion.
F. L. Huffaker in Tampa Times* several of the most noted educator of
the country will visit the fair on edues-
The nremeasn Ageep6,2. tional day and will address these at-
Do not fort the fire laddis recm P t-And'g. An eImatdonal conference
tiom e Uday na. Let us show aPw wlbe 1* that will beof greater conI
T = inn teacher
Wiy se the following as an s M apa m for a premim list
4" itiaena of Tallakss w are ear- diacam wit their leai the dif.e
dallv --vited-toatteda M to JIMsat j for wi p "m are
begve. bythet Tallahaae Vemstoer o we .A pos cam to thfair a -
i Compy at e e -n.'fm elaton will "wure a pr am list.
8 to 10 m., Aaepembs. 3,3. No r 'Ua of the eemtg Florida
special tllvltaon al be led%,, 5t gaJ tMw I i- t ted by
Taahas e Voiater Fire Co." -tato .exhib
~ ~~ itors I. eves) of ha State. The
Miss Lissie Ward, a charming lady Mets are this ye*r entsensh In a hand-
of Tallahassee, is theiuest of Mr. anod o bteek af pege which can be
Mrs. J. J. Logan having just arrived kept and referrd to in years to come
from a visit to N Iew York city. She is by those Interested to the fair. Prei-
en route home......Miss by Powell dent T. J. L Brown,of the fair asesoi-
has returned from a dlt oNi tion, has gives an entire year to the
on tha golf, and a vigit to relatives of these lists, and they are
friends in Tallahasee.--Jacksonvill a t e ptee ever issua by a
Metropolis, 16th. Southern State fair. Every eitiasen and
Mr. Sam Sanborn has returned to produeer in lorida should read the tista
Tallaha*- after a profitable trip on carefully and be represented at the fair
the road in the laterest of his insurance by. an exbiMtof some kind. The lists
company. See advertisement. willbe gladly sent to any one writing
We have 200 copies of that excellent Preident Brown at Tampa.
amphlet Leon County Soils and Map p.. .... .^r
for free distribution, with the compi- A Sletlc Wealder.
mentsof Hon W. B. Lamar. Come Th urs thit stand to its credit
and get a copy. make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien-

Loss on buildings insured and
uninsured ... ..... 4,858.00
Loss on contents insured and
uninsured.- ..- ....--. 86.72
Total loss insured and
ininsured-- ....... 8,09.72
The inventory of equipment is at
length and in detail. A summary of
the whole follows:
Estimated value of equipment.$6,104.85
Estimated value of buildings.. 1.000.00
Total value------...--.........--,104.
Expense for the fiscal year... .
Thi above expenses for the 8eal
year includes consderable repair, en
tati- additional apparatas, and the
year,1, w le es t

r g a expenses of the Ire dipart-
Respeetfully u bmittd.
J. L"aMm.
Chief, Fire DetartMn@t
CoL Appeyar edateeof 1 the Lake
City Index, ad w has servd as eedark
of the State Senate ft maep yea ,
will have a opponent thi year. r.
Charlie Pnla o i the mee for*e
oaam position. Both aspenrat aree
toned com hntet ----e t and
one ol them wou1 ill aM oft ees
dignity and honor. -ackler's H .
BeDters are PassFed.
The remarkable recovery of Ke eth
Melver. of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub-
t of much interest to the medical
raternity and a wide circle of friends.
He says of his case: "Owing tosevere
Inflammation of the throat sad stes-
tion of the lungs, three doctor gave
me aup to die, when as a lat r
wa induced to try br. Kigs New D-
covery. and I am happy to y It aved
my lifted" Cures the wont ouns,
and colds, bronchitis, tamiitis, weak
lungs, hoarseness and I gr=pe Mar-
anteed at aU druggists. M ad SL.0.
Trial bottle free.
Mr. William Mabry returned *ay
from a two weeks plaa t Oay It
Babbi If.




lahkb ew .1eW
lag tk. 0WP
to Fehbs r M, Im.
To the' on. F. C. Gilmose Mayor, abd
to the President and Membes of
the O.ty Concil:
Gentlemen-I herewith hand you, the
report of the working of the Ai de-
partment for the fcal year endhiqglb-
ruary 28, 19K0. This report has bd
somewhat delayed, pendnlag the change
of insurance rating, which places the
city upon a seeond-class bsias.
Beginning with August 1, all police
will be isued upon amesond-class bIs,
and all policies issued prior to tie -
tablishment of the new rating wit be
subject to a reduton, upon da of
maturity, of the differene in the' o
and new rating, dating bea to Asgpt
1, 194u, which will be refunded to the
Respectfully submitted,
J. 0. RHAMU,

106,ies too lafor Pb ea
-hief, to,. O
Estimated value of buildings
Involved------------ .................. M
estimated value of contents
involved------------ .................. 1M
Total involved------........ 11
Insurance on buildings In-
volved --------------- K .0&
Insurance on contents in-
volved .. --------.................. ,
Total Insurance....... 1 i-o0
Insurance paid on building 419O0
Insurance paid on tn .. 8

Total insurance paid 4,606.7
Losses on buildings uninsured 88.00
Losses on contents uninsured 540.00
Total uninsured .... 68O.00

Losses on b
Losses on c
1'him d

buildings not
contents not





a - . .
total loss not claimed 11.00

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was des inedt t"e a master "twoei WsuuiM ad-ertMg paeage aad wM te ertk maya m a d e A0"
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A lv N LesL.Appo seli. e and his and aoetterool mt a nd ftw desire had pSetly .I h thfte h 6e dos tPh rbe m mag.e .OfeI
as yet *i6M to u dthat a Imge questhst eawhmo aybedeMasm al d alem, t o f, to a gs d aen ai mVS.e pba n b
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m o ether se hems witmdh g, mt epl a ews 0pr tatlesandns oa m ft ty a fe ras tIh S to tht aS me t atmakd -I, a
and hse woetf0- 1hd, toe aevite tao a ptatee ts e wtrk woewre attempted uto thoe awmy theij hs, sntmotd
it _fa r 6-- s o u ott t woan y evmd J itow. eTn1 e w1 euarm h*mle iMd short an f lret IfI l thpat the modlty tf tiihe Gppo e o yU o t
by the mu n' id thn tey will gei t a em a s a ishw -e nse, u the to wAakes dan, A ombher abst mea sis Frida es suhie ws th ne appeal l -s eh .
toe e teg drl e o a a mighty cftapito. fItfe wa a th e umI m us threim sad ettr n er, a et phi h m a hs os p1apsae of st
S..... hil nthgatvermeetal nufy theeemr whyataeh dot f e sens Sarve e nsd gapewed s wr reevoeIsrse a. o sn to ett t
sway- toam a I this sthe tietases of a politlel mabIea mbem t Cm to ti hu-s tate oni of oa p topaisth tw eU t
trute tso tern etso rydy rl tke wiha graft and other terms of oe P- on e Su Pir a wealw eis we hw nimiteu d and sopremse power to ley ai ngr If Cr
year. TIM trusts m the Ution tasitsmin amet, the grnp bea n sesi eg A t a number of saple taxes and handle monies as it may suit 5 -in
party; it is thia b hthand sohL of whihe would be as difficult to bak copies of the Two Dernfig t. If yo thea to do. S
We p det d w n farm wiU b that which tPaeltdi rees"ly ke it Msad m um delar and Uhu help On mt very face, a propodtio to vMt 0by
go hs water brother one better io n 1r1hd aft ter effta n told Ill at its a pu ish a pbewipaper for the people such powerw in the hains of may me *wageg e ty
saeesr e f Blateri by offering champ. han for may yeas. But the Gov from Tsallhaseen. Friendoa plain, out- body of men is sufficlent to arose the it they ate that-
pagae As d pat d foTi gras at nmu a. wnr should be warned that these hon- spoken ae spper from this point ito s doubt and suspieloen of th avrwa get inW thei in d siewm o
The th Is get tt e whe It can afford est and thoughtful, though commonn" absolute meessity and at no time has it oien, that TS i rt is yM o
auh ulare. Atlentf Constitation. people, cannot be browbeat, bought or ever bee more so than now. Help the As Major Abrams says in his article throgdgh t r t
111 romiatt-s l POasdwed to pbcept anld adopt the11 d1 True Di aoerat toecoatinum the work. on the drainage question, which the of r t Vtedme a ou srvea of
nMe r Caswel, of the Jasper News, of himself or henhmen a such affairs. s ^ - .-- Tribune republishes today, this is the Emcountya
m paints his newspaper on pink ps We justecannot see through his and his CARe TING WUSNI WITr TOU. in i in this whole dra Th forwardedtoh o
S elwa e a a. f ave s' 'spoetac. Thy" ay we "The chrrful man," says Dr. Hills, scheme. of the signers and land owner the
sa!dt payway. Fat inare *owned and controlled," oul and "carrieswith him perpetually, in his The Tribune does not believe that the county, who says:
Broth J M. Cadwell s a "pink" body. We can stand that A clan presence nd personality an influence people of Florida ar ready and willing I have the bonor, on behalf of the
t a good old fellow anywhere you Aind conscience is worth something, and our that acts upon others as summer to thus vote away their rights. aieng of Leon county Mapg to
htmr .r Is not worrying us just now. The True warmth on the fields and forests. It The past record of the Governor ofing you aour Reprsetativp e In Wash-
The drinageof the Everglades is apt Democrat is at Tallahassee, under the wakes up and calls out the best that is Florida is not such an to inspire conf l.nton to call to the notice of the Hop.
to become the drainage of the taxpay- shadow of the capitol. If we were on in them. It makes them stronger, bra- dence in this latest scheme of his. James Wilson Secret aryof Agricul-
ra. While in that action of the the market, why have we not been pur- ver and happier. Let the voters of this State consider t ur, ae or o Stoi setnceie tyh or
State, Governor Broward should take chased? We have had more than one "Such a man always makes a little well before they authorize the creation of theil survey of ourcounty at an y eor
the opportunity to have a chat with his chance to sell. The sheriff may take spot of this world a lighter, brighter, of such a powerful machine as this In- date. As you are aware, the agricuf-
special favorite, Mr. Isaiah Cooper, at us, but we guarantee that Broward's warmer place for their people to live eternal Improvement Board will be when tural industries of our county are still
the Arcadia Jail.-r-TampafTribune.o rovemen orw i ewe in their infancy, especially thegrowing
the Arcdia al Tamp rainagebo and homers never will in. To meet him in the morning is to once it is given the authority carried of tobabco.n industry is ag
The Columbia State said editorially aitl we hope to publish a newspaper at! get inspiration which makes all the by the drainage amendment-Tampa source of income to our neighbors in
one day last week: "The defeat of the the State capital a gotiod many years day's tanks and struggles easier. His Tribune. Gadsden county and last year the Na-
dispensary machinery in crushing. The after every onet of the present schernm hearty hand shake puts a thrill of new tional Government, through the Bureau
wohisreiningerbesaedbtyheadecountyn n m
whkey ring. backed by verey inluene ere who wieh that drainage w ard' viPor into your veins. After talking For a most flagrant piece of usurpa- other industries n tha county bymak-
it could bring to bear, and sustained by joint resolution, granting more than with him a few minutes you feel an ex- tion of power, commend us to that ing a soil survey and mapping out for
Senator Tillman has been smashed. The Itulian czariseh powers, have been hilaration of spirits, a quickening of the drainage commission the benefit of the farmers of that vic-. --o-
... rwin gthei f landow erint Leo sdn o untyalo
utter rout of the dispenary iromplete "nowed under energy, a renewal of rest, an interest We can't say that we have any more iity their different typeaof soil. I aton
Call at the True Dlemoerat .fie' or In lit not cheeky, to ay the least, for in living, and aree ready for any luty or interest in the adoption or rejection of witthe signer of e nclod
*n Mr. W. C. Lewis at the Firmt N- any five American citizens to ask for service. this amendment to the constitution of tion, ask for you to intercede on our
an B ny such powers as are proposed to hb+' great t hearts there are arong men. Florida than any other citizen of the behalf with the above-mentioned fen-
tonal Bank and secure a copy of th l, ine n imen y carry a volley of manhood; their State, but we feel that we have a duty tlemen and secure for us, your fe ow-
Soil Survey and Map of Leon county. n h a T y c State coto citizens in Leon county, this much-
It Is a valuable pamphlet anti showpo A CASK OF HEADS 03 TAILS. presence is sunshine, their coming will to perform in exposing corruption, no needed help.
so .ivalemt and he ros that Governor NAK pl n Bonaparte O Brow-. change our climate. Blessed are the matter who the guilty parties may be. Both the petition and Dr. Radford's
Leon a vrie l happiness makers; they represent the As we now see this drainage scheme, letter were submitted to the Bureau by
can be produced on them profitably ard is making campaign unprecedented best forces in civilization." we candidly confess we have never seen the Hon. W. B. Lamar, who took oc-
Leon county has good tobacco lunds nd in Florida annals for his Everglades I- - casion to say, in endorsing the request:
through the effortsof lion. W ILamar amendment to the Constitution, and the The Carrabelle Advertiser thinks it any peace of legislation frauht with The lands in Leon county are mostly
his pamphlet has been put out to in- grim tenacity of the man in fighting o has drawn a bead on Mr. Beard, and dangers to the State of Florida. It of a very fine agricultural character.
says: "It does not require the acumen overthrows the Constitution. and builds The tobacco industry in the adjoining
dues tobacco growing here. We have fiercely for a rtfasure in which appar- of a Philadelphia lawyer to see through upon its wreck an autocracy. the pow- county to the west, Gadsden county, is
3100 copies for free distribution Call p ently he can have no more than a senti- Hon. J. S. Heard's opposition to drain- i one of great extent and highly profit-
and get a copy if you are interested in mental interest gives a certain fascina-. age He contends that the State lands era of which are a menace to the wel- able or quite a time it has been
tobacco and the general welfare of your tion to, pain personality which friend and have been granted to the railroads and fare of the wholeState thought that the lands of Leon county
that the courts will so decide, in his It will give to these five men who were not so well adapted to tobacco
county. foe alike acknowledge He has evi- opinion. And if the courts sodecide, it may constitute the drainage commission wing as the lands of Gadsden county
The B on liv tha ta. u-. dently staked his political future upon will be equally just for them to decide a t ome successful tobacco growing is
The Exponent blieven thatState Su-, the issue Is he hastening to his Au. in favor of the Beard-Wailes claim. powers never dreamed of by the fram- now done in Leon county, Fla., and
eerintendent Holloway is honestly, con- See? In other words, Hon. John S. ers of the constitution it seems intended with a view to finding out the adapta-
scientlously, industriously and to the terlitz or his Waterleo. Has anybody knows on which aide his bread is but- to abrogate or defy. bilityofthelandsofLeon county for
best of his ability discharging the du got a line on State sentiment on the tered. See again?" No, we don't se. The legislative, executive and judi- tobacco culture and all other kinds of
question, or is there ny State senti- Will editor Williams shed more liht'. culture in the wa of plants, grass, and
ties of his important ofce. While notn or r another about ita If and till us what the connection ie. cial branchesof our State's government other agriculture products, the citizens
aggressive, he shows a disposition to twIen the railroads' claim to Florida contemplated and recognized by those of Leon county have largely signed this
be progressive, and if he hita not intro- 'ox i'opul thinks that the propo*'d land the Beard-Walles claim? We con- who framed and ratified our constitu- petition to have the soils of Leon
duced any radical reforms., he' has at amendment means the slightest addi- fess, after some study, we do not see tion are to be unified to suit the whims 'county surveyed.
least mae no serious blunder. Nor tional tax on him, that 's ans far as he how a decision adverse to the State in I n c e. s si o im Respectfull ,
wouleast madd we beno sueriousod by thlunders. Nor w nts to acquire knowleldgeon the sub- the one case can influence the courts to and caprices of a board of five men, ILTON WHITNEY,
would we ane unheltrtos iy thin t u i an adverse dh'cision in another case, es- from the decision of whom there can Chief of Bureau.
endeavoring toA "damn him with faint ject and he'll vote against it. But if wpcially when the claims in one case are be no appeal. HiN. JAMES WILSON,
praise We simply menn' to sny that as dea ure that the other fe llow has b ased on legislative grants. and in the T Not only is this a dangerous usurpa- Secretary of Agriculture.
to pay the tax andi that he himself will other on contniacts with the State ad- i w I --
so far. in our judgment, him dmint iI. l e perltually exempt. he rarv lrace ministration Times-Union Short Talks.i tion of power, but it is an insult to the Hotel Astor, Times Square, New
htion lhl a tc hn i t f.o e.e, Divested of technicalities an taken constitution every voter of Florida has York. Sept 16, 1906.

tory. Florida Sc'iiol Expon,,ent
Jacksonville l"irallian : '1 h.' .lto1r fI
this paper will have a wihle lot oif ni4
to account for wlhen' wV get ulp to1 ili
terview St I'lter., hut th' in ni know 4
the hurdni't propoa1Nition we cite I.p,- ilil
be steered up against will blc thel liu-
milistinirg ('nf'Si. iwin ta ii h t ". 'teid f4'o
the a)rcsiant (;ovorn(r of tbe St at of
Florida lInm '1. A Jewilltingm. wu.I
here nil this week with tha wliu i'rna-
toral smile that won't wear oft It i4
currently reporteld thit Mr Je'nningim
will be the' atahiniiatratlioi canedidihatet for
this ilsition. but rmi I-ne'-I at haor-
iked to say whether this (fave'r wuiil it'e
beatowed ulain hlin or uI|loi Mi'., .
hBrwn or Ell s,.
The two it's, Itrylit and llroward. aire
Just now holding tilie attention of tlhe
public in advocacy eof their res'petive
ret hobbies, the llrst to li l're'ident of
ihe United states, and the latter to get
through his Everglade drainage scheme.
The public are indulgent at all times,
and maybe both will It,' titre'iftul. We
cheerfully concede then the I-nefit of
the doubt. If talking %ill turn the
trick, they are winners. Miami Me-
Too much talking may, however,
knock the props from under our dear-
at hopes, and the two B's may yet see
their fondest hopes decay Neither
lroward or Bryan can afford to think
for one moment they are the whole
shootingg match," Broward in Florida
and Bryan in the United States. Both
may be rood and great men. but tais
moutsy pay have a few oters who ean
e Ilato1N f gmeneriy as they are
anI IoEspb.0

mi-'. f',rit#n' w%%ith he'roe fortitudle m' indl
\',I'4 f "r i t. In either *event h' le',pe-n't
Ineed''l o have' alnd't want a 1)v
knIowld'Ige f the iI. wne bl.eyondi the' titX-
img fei turi,. In other wolw'ds. ha'. IU
the' al f, -ti 'nt-f d i lamssi hard coil fast,
intil which wiay that clas stain mpedes on
e'le'ctiot, lay, that wily the election gKO's,
for theM great oblifaticated arei in a itig
rmanjrity. The (;overtinr may "norate
frm their stumpl" and the Tinws-l'nion
nimy preach frem the tripod until they
are both exhilustled. but it is wasted
l,.hi e'nce 1and le'irninrg, for wlhein the,
is-ue' iA settle l H t the I|olls it will be
without inlllt agent 'cij aintal the' subject by those' who sling the bhru-
tal majority. It is a phlasiing fiction of
our form of government that Vex Iop-
uli knows it all. but in this case throw-
ing headss or tails" for the result
would involve as much knowledge
l.ive ()ak I enaocrat.
The Tampa Tribune says that "The
Starke Telegraph has. ea ily, the pret-
tiest front p9 e among Florida week-
lies. And it has other good features.
too And it might have been added
that its brilliant and conscientious young
editor. Eugene Matthews, stands a good
chance of being chosen Speaker of the
next House of Reprmentatives. Gene--
as his friends all call him-was a mem-
ber of the House in 1906 where he
proved so useful to his costitueat and
the public at large that Bradford
county wisely determine, o amd him
bask again, Bug..e Mae maI ios ar.
talo r an ax-611t example of Wat a
FIord mewpaper ma_ ocbt to be.
aubscribe to The Tr- Dmmermt

at their monil face value, both case's sworn to "''protect. uphold and defend Mr. .JohnG. collins, Tallahassee, Fla.
ae it Kwing this to etrue, we unhesi- Dear Sir Your letter has come to
a th. r.ult of breaches of contrt Kn ing thi to be true. we unhes- hand. Mr. Carter, my clerk, has been
ion the. >,a;rt 1ft St.te officials andi are tatingly denounce this amendment as sick or the maps of tobacco land of
o"rre'cttlv ethaaacterized by a word whiclih one of the mo,.t iniqluitous pieces of Leon county would have been sent to
honest nen repudiation. The legilation ever enacted at Tallahassee. Ion county people ere this. Send you
clcffe'i li fe~arthrepuition. iTheit'1a10t24 copies. ?'lease so state in your pa-
differv.',.. I.,tw.. the two ases most Unlike a legislative enactment, no per. Send my paper to me, care this
pertinent to the paragraph ail)ove possabale appeal ('an lie taken. The hotel, with regards.
quoted is that the railroads have the amendment by its ratification becomes Sincerely Yours,.
privilh'g,'f alof ppal to the courts for re.- an integral part of the constitution, and W LAMAR.
dress, and lost no time in doing so, roln the edict of this .''ardof five men The postoffice department is anxious
while the' WVahl. s Beard clairnmnt. have there is absolutely no redress that the public learn the good habit of
not this privilege, and their case. is. not They may in their discretion make: writing the name and address of the
and hius i.. t I.,en. I.-fore the courts. A drainagedistrict.swherever they choosese. under on the upert left hand corner
of the envelope of each letter mailed.
coml o.atielon l,vy s.ue. the State; n citi They have absolute )power to confiscate This is to save the overworked dead
zen calinnt. 'The Florida Legislature, aniy man proJ.erty by these excessive letter office to which more than eleven
at the dictation of Jennings, declined asessments, and makes of that "right million letters found their way last
to llow the' courts to decide, on its to acquire and defend property," guar- year because of errors in addressing
to al h them. With the sehder's natne and
inerits whether this claim was or was anteed us in the constitution, a delusion address on it any misdirected letter
not i just onie. Our Advertiser friend and a snare. -Jacksonville Floridian. would return to the sender instead of
h................ ....- going to the dead letter office.--Times-
should be ure of his ground and should The Florida catfish is figuring in a union Short Talks.
endeavor not to confuse the public lawsuit in a Pennsylvania court. A That's good and true, but would it
mind in discussing these important merchant is being prosecuted under the
questions. Lvt each come in its turn, pure food law for selling adulterated not be as well, or better still for all
d be s ti n i moods. It turns out that the codfish he who use envelopes to go to their print-
and be settle on its merits. is offering for sale is nothing more than er and get a box containing 250 or800
We still think t hat'r e-pt'ion RiveFlorida catfish, dressed and picked as
Mr. Brystillthink what bad politic ion givended e codfish. The ple o Florida envelopes with a nice little heard printed
in god faith to advance the interests hve often wondered what became of in the left hand upper corner, cheaper
eit er of Mr. Bryan or eth Demnrate st l mmense quantities of eatfisheaught including the envelopes they coUld buy
party. It looks as thoughthhey were from thstreams of Forida every r by the package. We will tfqalt them
trying to make him run himself to sl out of teyin 500 lot so cheap that .Heofay.
death before being Iouutmt mn the have reason to believe now that the p t of em
track. Others however tk the Florida eatAfh comes back to them, in velopM can afford a box. S aus
tra p re neat boxes with fancy labs, as fresh about it. Also about ay other kind of
tiarge white "frost'wo niap the tner Nw oglan dfldsh.-Vohasia Record. printed mater you may ed.
braincese of the little boomet of Mr.
Wti adlh fn T Fl. D D. H. Va ^ who served as r. It is said that numY 01the
now In Up^ ^ UL gArmy for several f<*_ h_ -T -
Tailor made lothesam -best at v5B~youmaWh asWbes t In isthisskaylma t -
Tafor made aw we bat a fe -- I aL. I.k- -

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tooe Is gettlag a very liberal
hare for thd s e oft the year. Sun
hday. K sad Tuesday there were
ete1 a rvalr an average of 7 per,
h e fishing season is on now in real

his lace, which willis on be occupin
by his family.
Mr. C. F. Cogswell was here Sunday
to spend the day with his wife and chil-
dren, who have been here for a couple
of waeks.
The seIe yard fishermen are getting
ready to begin operations the 8th or
10th of October.
T. H. Hall is having surveyed this
week a suburb to Panacea proper, on
the west side of his holdings. The new
lots will be sold to persons who desire
to build cheap cottages to be occupied
by servants, etc.
There is another railroad prospector
here. It is hoped this one will pan out
The family of the Democrat editor is
sorely missed here, where they spent a
month, returning to the city Tuesday.
--o- Fort Marte In Danger of Being Sold.
St. Augustine is in danger of losing
ts greatest attraction, the fort reser-
vation. The Record learns that a rec-
(pmmendatiorr i ehding providing for
lling the reservations. .almost to the
aIls of the old fort.. Tisu recctmmen-
tion is the outcome of the numerous
guests for usig te e foyt gren for
uvate purposes nd the many pelt*
dabbles that have ensued qvet~the
nting or refusal of such h nis-
SMr. E. Burslem Tomson, government
gineer, is at the present time survey-
the reservation and msarkin a 't
fines of what the recommendation
proposes to reserve. 4if the recom
endation is adopted the city will lose
e spacious grounds which have con
*buted so much to the pleasure of cit.
ens visitors. Any change of this kind
would inflict an irretrievable loss or
Augustine, the scope of which car
rdly be appreciated. The recommend
tion is from a most influential source;
dno doubt will be acted upon if it
iaches Washington.
SMr. Thomson was asked by a Recorc
representative the object of the sur
vey, but he merely volunteered the in-
formation that it was being done by
government orders. From othei
sources the purpose was learned
Further, the Record's informant is
confident that a petition forwarded t<
the colonel in charge at once will de
feat the purpose of the recommend
tion. However, there is no time foi
delay, and unless a petition, cover
with the signatures of the people of
this city is sent at once we stand a good
chance of losing the fort green.
It is needless to point out to the
Board of Trade and the Businesi
League their duty, and it is to be hope<
that the warning will not fall on dea:
ears.-St. Augustine Record.

Chamberlala's C h Remedy Acts
onM Nature a Pa.
The most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
it when you have a cold and it will allay
the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expec-
toration, open the secretions and aid
nature in restoring the system to a
healthy condition. Thousands have tes-
tified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
Large sise, 50 cents. For sale by all
As an inducement to build railroads
and develop the country the legisla-
ture, with the consent of the majority
of the people made certain grants of
land of companies organized for that
purpose. The road were built-many
a Forida orange grower and truck man
would not be in Florida today if he had
had to depend on the waterways to get
4 his crop to market. Now there is a
to-do became the companies want the
State to live up to its contract. Why?
Because those lands have acquired
value through the effort of the railroad
companies. Is it fair? Is it honorable
or even honest? Is it just?-Times-
is Wastd
to represent the beat Live Stock Insur-
ance company In the State. See P. G.
RUNau., District Mgr., city. 2P-4t
See Co4is for your Job Printing.


aiN ea tUt eItrAla. 0o 1
'---* W 1.w ma iW ,
NOsa, d sat s r
!11 pe" wtneaW rthpr ao my
is. as dthi e r Nth kreow tht
MIe o It was tee at the time I was
deauged, April 17th last I ask the
tco suspend ijugment tllthe
4e1a be tried by an impartial
V.09 WJaeon dIitseeharge from
lawyeb Io ad Oa fAer. not even
heto got bak to of ade ohty
hem. My rop lwas iealo my omneslos
Sa a M toot the o
what kind of a place our -lu
1s. I did this bleause there an ohers
bemhintd that place. No pen can paint
or t cn an fln the unknown and
a to yleal sufferin and mental
ftuish er sed by wiltu wanton man-
gwment aid atiendantsv." (qulotatio.
from Jackson committee s report.) I
have felt it all.
The statement so often made "Oh he
is insane; he imagine thee things,
cruelty etc," in most cases is abo-
lutelnyae e. I'll reform this hell" or
die in the attempt. I have reserved my
heaviest artillery until the "psychical
moment" and at the gathering of the
"clans" I'll be there. Leading citizens
all over Florida know me and knew my
father, Dr. William P. Allison. In a
few days I will have my reply to .Gov.
Broward on printed slips or distribu-
tion. I appeal to all liberty loving citi-
zens to contribute 2 cents and up to
get these facts before the people. I
will gladly mail any of my articles and
preface to Jackson committee's report
to any on application.
I have given a sworn statement of
facts regarding the asylum to Hon. J.
W. Watson, of Miami, who is repre-
sentative to the Legislature from Dade
county. Mr. Watson has promised to
thoroughly investigate my charges
when the Legislature meets. That is
all I ask. I feel confident as to the re-
sult. Address me at Miami or Maranja.
Pain from a Barn Promptly Relieved
By Chamberlain's Pain alm.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Vernon, Conn.. was recently in great
pain from a burn on the hand, and as
cold applications only increased the in.-
flammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
James N Nichols. a local merchant, for
something to stop the pain. Mr. Nich-.
ols say: "I advised him to use Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm, and the first appli-s
cation drew out the inflammation and
gave mediate reef. Ihave used this
1 irnk myself and recommend it very.
i ;en for cuts, burns, strains and lame
r ak, and have never known it to dis-)
ppoint." For sale by all druggists. *
'Finest lineof Cravendtte Coats in the;
city now carried by Burna & Co They.
Swil prove a necessary adjunct to your fall t uit. 30-1t
Miss Mattie Walshe, of Concord, who
Shas-been the attractive guest of the
SMisses Vason for the past week. re-,
turned home Thursday.

I N saSko s ad W adder 3sgh

YOU should eat a& e estabtIshment
of J. D. Cay., o.ppA Mmonc Temple,
when n want of eones, Buggies, or
He carries the best assortment of
Buggies In' Middle Florida, which he
sells at reasonable pries, and on favor-
able terms to resapoibAle parties.
His stock of Harnesa is new and up to
date, and includes asn and all articles
In his line needed for county and city
In Heavy Hares hbe has no rival
To turpentine and ,no men he offers
goods made especiallyfor their use, and
at prices that cannot be duplicated.
In his Stables are to be seen as fine a
lot of drivers, single and double, as
were ever brought to this city.
Call on him and examine his stock.
StrcK by Uightalag
I Friday afternoon as he was sitting
I with his "feet up by the stove smoking
his pipe of cla, Dr. Edar E. Striek-
land was struck by lightning indirectly.
The stroke came down the stove pipe
and through the roof of the stove The
clothes were torn off Mr. Strickland
one shoe knocked off twenty feet and
his hat smashed. His father was also
knocked down. Although shaken up
both are rapidly improving.
Died-A MHal.
Friday morning two two-mule wagons
belonging to Mr. J. P. 8. Houstoun left
Panacea with two heavy boilers for
Tallahassee across country 88 miles.
Thenegroes driving the overloaded wag-
ons drove the mules too hard, for one
of them dropped dead near this city,
and another fell, but is recovering.
The one that died, strange to say, was
the only animal in that stable not in-
Another Improvement.
I Cherokee Square which has so long
been an eyesore, has been graded and
turned into a beautiful park by G. H.
Averitt who knows Aow to do the
work. The T. I. A.' deserves the
credit for this piece of good work, as
they were thb instigators of th' move-
SMiss Ruby May Barker of Jacksoh-
ville, is the guest of MilWs usie McOPff.
for a few weekss` 'Her" many d'endi
are glad to see .hef agiip r .
"Hanan," an' Queen' quality "hoes
Sarebn9.w ld'ag : twe. They.jnay
be bttn<(rdW haare
eycc ys)ve.ia'eD- #,al*saee., JODt
Mr...John t.D,,Q has ,let to Sout
Bros. the contract f iarghly o 01b0
hauling and repairiNa wellng htsse
op West CJintia.oAreotl near, the ,emasle
college. . I , " .. ,
A pleasant party otf-younog people
sprung-a.sutprise on Miss serttiaStehe
laet Friday evening at-her-homen.%t aF.
all-piled in, couple after: couple, uati
Ithe homse was tilled with'iterry makers.*
"They all "butted" out quite late, after
:a od time *

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C. T. & 0. R. R.
Corrected to June 22, 196i.

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Save ny a sick oell

should kep supplied with Be ab's M ieemin f I tf she
wihes Te her ede from mruous k siMak Is l
taiMs absolutely nothing Ifharonl does Wt6 aMpab. Go"d
for children a will as id
A oough often Ise&& to oopdoa sad should be ehabed"

A HoaMUhoMd NMmty.
3. 0. 1Smith, Housto, Tea, writes "I have ed
31Uard's iorebound Syrup In my family for the p
few En an d It sfa rtor to any other oou
dlon w have d. r household s ba
supplied with this worthy r=.edy
The Delight of Children.
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Uf me folk" ,. nt nltfd their own busines.a;
The rots ,i -. ryouII ,
T"hey Oit1 1,1 no 11410
Or el1 t1-1 have r= mind.
The atholle Standard aiwl Tinm..
Scary of Laber Mft7 Remtll of
NO-rrrtf m n t Oflagnost LaW.
The Tnrrno Tim delivers this rem-
edy as a relief for the scareity of labor
in 'Florda: "The aeknowle d sad o e-
vere scarcity of labor in Florida could
be in a measure relieved if the cities
and towns would do their duty in *am.
forcing the vagrant Jaw. There are
many hundreds of idle ngroes in these
manlcipalities who work little or none,
finding support bother means. If the
law against vagrants were thoroughly
enforced these neroes would be driven
to work, and their return to habits of
industry would go a considerable way
in supplying the deficit of workmen in
the eamps and mills and mines. The
sawmill assoesation is taking measures
to arouse a proper sentiment on the
subject throughout the State There
are many other and good reasons why
:he grmrney lsw should be enforced,
but M I one that would work both
ways,and it will doubtlqs receive more
attention than purely moral reasons,.
It is props" to organize the cities and
towns of several States for concerted
action, c that the vagabonds could not
sure immunity by simply moving from
one State to another."
S1ad e em Thueatees*d.
Heay Garnett, a most worthy col-
ored eifisen, was in the True bemo-
crat office one day last week and re.
-.- dI .. b *t # li-L #km fao+ thst fn ,

F. M.

Tallahasee, - Florida.


sosom AND rutcs e-.
First epties Cla hunkedkicated l
Laa Subay tlMeel4ta Alm
Have mem Church ilding.
An event of interest and importance
to the people, of Sopchoppy and commu-
nity occurred in the above named town
Sunday, S tember Il. This was the
date set for the dedication of the new
Baptist Church, which the congrega-
tion has been building g for some months
For many years the old Mt. Be wr
Baptist Church has been located out in
the country several miles from town.
For the past two or three years thee
has been a growing feeling in church
and congregation that they ought to!
have the church house located in town.
This feeling at last crystalized into def-
initeaction, resulting in the erection of
a very pleasant and beautiful house of
worship which with very appropriate
and impressive services was dedicated
last Sunday at 10:45 a. m.
The day was beautifully ideal as to
the weather and the services were all
that could be desired
The congregation, composed of the
people of the town and of those com-
ing many miles from almost every di-
rection, was large, and completely filled
the commodious, beautiful new meeting
The dedicatory services were in charge
of Rev. F. W. Cramer, mastor of the
First Baptist Church of Tallahassee,
who preached the dedication sermon,
his text being "And the Lord added to
them day by day thoie that were being
saved Acts, 2, 47.
From the beginning to the close of,
the sermon the large congregation gave
earnest attention to the impressive and
tender thoughts of the gospel as found
in this text
At the nc,lom nf e*ka am, nM- ',r&. I


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quetwewu us Mw pu1 iun n1 t ac iin t it n ut >a I, m Ics u tts W~ r sermon r ,, 4 I. -
several nights recently there had been mer announced that before the church
prowling around his home thre-or more house could by prayer be given to the
men who had frightened his family so Lord a debt of $ 04r. must be provided 7.50 F. O. B. Depot
much that tey were now afraid to stay for. In addition to this debt which must
at home. He aed that he knew the e secured, it was very desirable that $8verd In
wee agrose, that the were those of 800 for some extra work be secured, $8.50 delivered in city
his own eme that hated him, and that or as much of it as possible.
his life had been threatened and threats As Mr. Cramer was obliged to leave
of burMI him out had several times on the 12.22 train for Tallahasae, he GILMORE & DAVIS CO.
ben a.We advised him to consult only had a short time to present thefl. -
wh h tho about the matter and nancial condition and sureh the debt, Tallahassee, Fla.
he do ., In a vWry few maoutes he had taken Utf *
It is straw one hoM wish pledges to the amount of $186, which
has ij.tise'w more thb an eough to cover the ._ ..
SUto 55 dbAt thi point in the program Rev. nH -, 4 0 W.
M-1 t h f aMs m a C ra m e v th e som de t s er v tice -r- --m r.h- .. .
ie at in-omfeort, hapin a into thole.oft the ps terv. S L. m is t e
P** %e-.-.* .-,- _K lil ie Tmo. tiae u ud prospects fel f'flm kmvUmlslf. m am- tg bler a toveryabitsr-m.-orit-
pledge and frtweM-will off I aet I theef, =" t
eeI*ve t de i .5q.n s If be wirs out be will make
h ll the hou se tom f Io e i the

co-. x rs whch wll wat wi at-
wle syste. kl-yall wets. -ym m-el st oem the bee

OWN&ower hst ftor s peae rt
Sp r o a *tm, m ndfor Its tw oreo nes hosUeoe at tae of the

poM^ol^du- 4 III .*- i dii 4w ta^^^^A th a ad rus.tr_l ..lh th dower hoBst*last l
ee Jo ell W afo^r J. e chem d Jol f w hp o hi o d to1the1 an1u ithl mgs t IhoiIo ITl t esu of

e fordeVwmd blty md gr natrsrdleoSah1118yt
the theyanY Lqes I l e1e11at 11io s e of 1 inro State. My
tur.fN Walke ItteAmofMI. the i.eia -Beal th, the "luodnsbmm e d-apieon ethad ce ato

Va m sa hehad blefofte wowingMae.yal o f Utae cuwml lelt of the t rode-
Ieeal etra tit as d to- a. a Wb tes.Wi ies t Cream feicare l meany r etl an in ep ber

e rosw e u noashowpard, b Iin a e atohritire w hae hreat
wa"mo ftor te ailor Mt MEu DVao a6. o thalol, ma d frm itas t ofrs e.. r nthemn etr in~ tf ms toa

rope, nor for Ne York. of ot he OT ears anry nAa00VE0 le- eo theake ^me moting f andthime t
uhor tT a gret oe i ravlg c-wn- -
ar" In thie^ k R W *v. amy

isCol. N. era t e of th e t lat e of me to
esonle or hane thoidt of, ad mhetr akng lie i s aofu b tare b responsible IoW a clod weer-
dEt oa b m t Wed et- hs d o k abled patriotictd who hate oero
a nto oef af J ih an, b T ou knokw that m r the tesiont fSenate, ande
e I wo Ntmhwir rE- o tyrn r Crm clseu r a many cfude andemll aom-
A "o t Hmto sdni boaat tM o itte nt anr taine o
Ironr Cleaw Ya.m o anaa. r iean or f ome to dte t o haibe on, ad eof mother
ths far d T t rre Bth o a p to iet in' ? idIn the owse tohoo ateo wote me.

Remewhrayelthebration huma.bent yoeno pofny ueoother wadexdepatur to lomo ather comefula inte1llg
adeamon th e hfa oLt B fe smuamo c y good mourelh diur to the la
amnextlndad tow mb lnr t a Wac t e PI o betoeraio a crowdedrpti

em Kppeo of Attotnfrom sundet ut aIltnim eLe ToT hey0 shf 'it po deterd bawey teke gate
1n who afIIin t try f Wit"s Ceamr and many crude polad il lon.

swe new d foral lo erlyounr ha=b alldrgtheidae ptofteionststhnih e x Aisttm p
t onds tfor une YTrkn. e ofDtoll86e y n ad i n e onbills pa fn the los and day of

lanr wo o soud oTrue Dew mocrate. Tuk raor fryomr to 7uppo the family, leaprt o the session dump them.
isr whr e faao Hampe aTnc ihth oun a TM go ith oit? hIn thae iuseo wcuautoe of of their e to
oias hopar el ratdo a e rnada. properly onid emcthr ad ll ieo

fr tenil ford "ht h c loshno ahei yo puife r inanceob wstk ih n ideratio n.
meooe the Dayohadametnea polie uL e ot olr ore adntageo. th eomiltteoto wh omi te whro wr.
ads ot ba et fom glad to be so back peoa t b letai. wnill"rsd delayed reported ar in proper
at Lomt. It wao a f grand, but h n tme They fritin ase thie shayhe greater
wVM Eil J Now York for all Eu-ofou. wor wyto arsu tearr fail, ref rat of the month in freba attempts to

rophe. nor F la for Now York. ast ^Orin ktmIe metheesnand d thusinS

Bt ibs rbe for The l True Democrat. Tn cheap go i t. intDo te to usme other oa som month be
Jewash holiday celebration hamfbonat, men olicayu t omoreadantc oto sve them creful dite f lint
erpons thi for he e loingeofr all their a nt hesamemu senconts e Tah fui, u d t

re of. t sin eam or an hnst Hno Si e you l1 a propose e feleted speaker that no
a evening to a unaet Thursday even "" Y P uch condittho b this b"uin st It
wl e ra lly n th e rati frr thDe weat t. ,, t, nown thatlif tid end Policies a I the committee do not report mea uret
c all over the world, and celebrated h at wtn ei the wt n f twhem I willro withdraw them from their con-
their N ow Year. "Ro b Honhannah,. We yoh d liteedy Pa ent i no 'l sidration. if it can be done and sieand

& dbylake w sr wmith skt e lodg a invlc-tedi inano d o th ote m toeor ero mronros abiti a-l
It oiled Ad In the Bible, the lay ofg l '. m o their v te pe mor ae acnatg
Remember eance, the Day of Judgm ut-n. ti whitt w in or to ou me other committee who will
b thantypay aife oplans spn pathe ciguartref ortu Te h sto u r T sel eted, speake r to
and th e Day of Blowing the Shofar orst I n., y ,?avey enowme in lt ps s o t cu t th ubl icw business t tohe

trumpet t o mo rei than anthingel ten t e o a letter may affect the speaker' e e ppu
Selo re al ly the proao tion for the "i'h S"" utr the n uliaen t. ab in tn athe committemen. but I
Yom Kippur. or r ay of Aton.muhl i f ent. I wt, e, ',' Aiti ng ? WmaN Te *writ o fthem at ot e t deterred by any ai'uch con-
inuar e aes yo 1an ', in. r,*,, on the Ordinary Lf.e, ,,wenty-ay Lifre,, t h ingakti anmtrat,.
TheMaccabees heda v rytl t n.' t. d all Limited Payment pian. You;e ki. tth ,,. t I

lul e, h t ing t' nighe w t.rl"1,ha ven.. ,futu'epo laticalambition
R e ,e n ot haltetter find out about them. and toe.Iostt'er aol lw. lh d c -v
rke wa with p the of e cu tr l r'a .. illy (,our best 'llir-the Advanceht ,. yuu t

"m em,,t l,, tj. 'i I ANi(.a m bitioniber
VON the ci ty amId coty ifi t .'n h v i l. p -licy which we write on the r k t h0 c'ru.-i-av .n.' i .n

b n ; c iet ny finone fr 0 1to'nt. [we ,,n tfa i tf-u'ly'r. .id-tf oer Sale.
le........"" tl ar; t'y l i pla ansted the fida teen f argtun at r cast Aoply toe ae N.
tlora In exitnceLA tni vrn who f,, h-.p twenty- '- payment poulires Taylor. lt 14.'thahibsee, F a. k.4t
coin do so should carry life-imt rnce o ,, ,,, Ipa ten premiums !, make the-, Pi e ion of 1907 known

I pro ecti. to their lov ed l e I...t f or. .... la tt For Fenh fifte, ho nI W.T.
i'In sItal.Tae T. ernivo t va. StI'. tIlscribe ., 1, Ia,. I siucrat. Dtamon. "'hne N,;. u N -sie. t

Call and see.

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


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

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

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 -..
Granite Art Rugs, 9x9,... --
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9x10j,. -

...$ 1.50
.. 1.85
--... 1.00
..... -..--- .- 4.00
1.50 to 3.00

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


J. E. THEUS, Propr.




Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00



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

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




Talking Machines


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MWeoedsme of the
at Wodie aWred and
to the o.Oer& .
thembsn *retnW a now
.Itto be ued o intly
m d sea WooJmen's
codeme agreeing to y
the exm of ereting
i, dertion of whmi
own an undivided one-
in said building, but with
that the ground floor
exeusvely for school pur-
Supper floor to be used
scihl authorities and the
*. .The superintendent was in-
toave plans drawn, and the
"tblf the Woodmen was ae-

B .merriment
ha- crowds ex-
that has been
earnivaly b the pub-
men, various enter-
, fvar, such as the
companies that

with her bare
f was istantaneouo and
el fthe foot. Immediate-
heo was with her
*, uas,, tightly
i st above the ankle to pre-
la that part of the
Sproeeded to cut the
weaad pocket knife un-
She then procured
pine some turpentine,
l put a over the wound. A
II ing a cart which
ofepdeforTe asking. The
was saoms on her way to the
to her home in this city.
ean s as s oon as they were
a- he tated that the presence
-of the mother
S** tated love, was killed
Si' adst fom und to
| rttl i'ad ttwo buttons.
C Iis rl wa anxious that her
-ter t foot and that the doctor
do so to. GenuW inherited nerve.
S vew m It
1 ea r alays ure to a penny what
'd li tok owhow you do it?"
,wheiJust when I get ready to start
I t my money right down to the

"Them I know how much it is going
i to ooslt ims-Houston Post.
ThLes oMftiUt efe e ry.
Volley of star and dazzling radium
tha e spo a uthonw geysers, ait ial

tnM t q p ar ute roket and whirl-
Ste rwkse will be included In the
e November 5 to 10.
gc -i n from New York have
een* al by NordingW & Charlton
FIreworksespaay to handle the fire-
wek*s that winbobUurnt for the benefit
oa the earcval rowd and it is said
that there is nothing any more spectac-
Wlr than the fireworks show will be at
Special ale all summer at Evans'.

A dies Doable-ene Watch with
"e" ngra"ved on back. with fob
is do -- wth "Flor-
aIds to oe, 1906." on cheek.
ftidhesame will be suitable
aw ie diStor" same toG.x-
lt Comiptoller's office, ca itol.

atadgUp ug UeShOWs.
MCbeae, of the Jacksonville
odioa who is In charge
that mwik be there from all
the United States has been
w to "a e wh o ist staff in

"A w ForiaM odktor"'says he *x-
pestsma -eko mistakes. Bless
yea, ft her King, so do the oldest
t so. do the wiset of mankind.
AIsl we d~'t make mistakes there'd
bIn he fair there would be
She wbo sits still
alrM takes, for he sl s In doing
Sis cat rreqlred that the
shmt emm,=--Short Talks,

Scapital has
burg for the
ing oaenge.
time to see
as the time
r the orange

rfl tn was passed by the board
Leon Academy brick build-
sSL. 1 a t auction on the second
in tober, 1906; but with the
that said sale be subject
tions in the way of "up-
S r date of delivery, terms, etc.,
b lay be required by the county school
The matter of a new school house at
Barrow Hill was referred to Mr. John
H. Patterson with the understanding
that the board would endorse his action
in the matter.
The new school house at St. Peters
was rejected, as it did not come up to
specifications when inspected by the
s uprinteadotd
.following list of teachers were
elected: Miss Tymie Clay, for East-
manf s school MolM Blle Clay for Lake
Erie; Miss Roberta Geddle for Spring
Hill: Mrs. Julia Trice, for whales; Miss
Alice Whitehead, for Bradfordville;
Mrs. Lela Coggins, for Natural Bridge;
Miss Alice Hunter, for Pinhooks; Miss
Ethel Titsworth, for Meridian; Miss
Lilla Smith, for Oak Dale; Miss Berta
Gatlin, for Fisher's Creek; Mr. C. E.
Du gar, for Jackson's Bluff.
Warrants were issued in payment of
the various accounts approved, as per
the financial statement for the month.
The board adjourned until the next
regular meeting day.
G. I. DAVIS, Chairman.
E. B. EPPES, Secretary.
Am Omace of Preventien
is worth a pound of cure. There are
many poor sufferers, consumptives who
are hopeless of getting well, who, if
they had taken care of themselves,
would now be well. A cough is the
foundation of consumption. Ballard's
Horehound Syrup will cure that cough.
Mrs. S----, Great Falls Montana,
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup in my family for years--
my children never effer with coughs."
Sold by all druggists."
Nachtae PoHtes.
Do the peopleof Florida want to help
establish a political machine which will
give almost unlimited powers to a few
men-power to tax the masses and har-
vest coin to reward the faithful who do
their bidding?
A vote for the proposed drainage
amendment to the constitution will be a
vote to create such a machine.
The drainage project is a scheme for
political power, and not for the best in-
terests of the people, as its advocates
are endeavoring to make you believe.
The men who are pushing this scheme
are the same who tried to fasten the
dispensary system on Florida. They
wanted it because they saw where it
would give them political power, and
they saw where they could make mone't
for themselves by putting the State in
control of the liquor traffic.
The same men tried to engineer a
scheme for the State to engage in the
insurance businens-and they did it for
the same reasons.
Given the power which the adoption
of the drainage amendment would give
them, it would not be long before they
inaugurated State liquor traffic and
State insurance.
With three such powerful engines of
graft they could do what they pleased
with Florida affairs, and the people
would be powerless to prevent it.
Conservative people, temperance peo.
pie, it is well for yau to give this ques-
tion prayerful thought.
Is Broward a philanthropist? Ask the
Cubans. Did he engage in the filibus-
tering busnMess to help free the Cubans
from Spanish domination, or for the
money there was in it? The Cubans
say he squeezed them, and squeezed
Is he in the Jacksonville ferry mo-
nopoly for philanthropic reasons, or for
the money there is in it?
Would he be leaving his family and
the business of the State the people
elected him to attend to and rush round
the State making speeches on this drain-
age scheme in the interest of the "dear
people" alone.
Tm Let people probe a bit and see.-

Jim Hill. the big railoIad magnate
whom the Times seldom mentions but
to praise, raises the slogan, "back to
the Farm." We venture to suggest to
Jim that. with hi demonstrated busi-
nee ability, ie could handle abobt forty
sections of PFlorida land in a manner
that would give him an agricultural
reputation ver the entire earth.--
Tampa Times.
.. . ... ... -. .yd m .-

The Jaubm e the
ber G to 19 the

November when this event oe place.
Besides the mysteries and t eel-
Oas exhIbtion to beo seen es Woedr-
way, the hippodrome will M any-
thing of itsaendeverW St a the
State. President W. C and
Secretary James A. Hello of the
Carnival Association have ashr-dy re-
turned from New York they s-
cured the very best features t moey
could obtain. The frewok a wil
mase the multitudes, ad te con-
tract for these display involve th ex-
penditure of a great deal of moe.
The hippodrome attractlo w be
worth going a thousand miles to see.
These features, some of which come
from &Thompon & Dandy' bio New
York Hippodome, were obtained at a
great expeo_ but the Carnival Aso-
ciation decided that there was nothing
too good for Jacksonville and Florida.
Among these wonderful attractions to
be seen in the Carnival hippodrome
are the following:
Madame Natalina Rosei and three
horses, introducing the greatest and
only riding act in the world by the horse
trotting on the top of the ring bank.
This lady has been brought to America
by the New York Hippodrome man-
agers, Messrs. Thompson & Dundy,
and played their house last winter.
Booked as a special equestria attrac-
tion from the Cincinnati fall festival
for the entire four weeks. Its preal-
dent, Mr. R. R. Reynolds, has seen the
lady perform while she was at the hip-
podrome and at once secured her.
Senorita VaUlcits and her troupe of
performing leopards and puma, six in
number. Act Introduced in a large
den. A wonderful act.
Goldin troupe of Russian dancers,
singers and instrumentalists, eight in
Signor Vinella and his performing
and pugilistic stallions, seven in num-
ber. Another big equestrian act from
the New York Hp podrome.
Sie Hassan Ben Ali troupe of Arabs,
ten in number.
Winchermann's six performing bears
and five monkeys.
Clemenso Brothers, musical clowns,
France Reed and stock, Plncipal
somersault bareback act, straight and
comedy act.
LaVelle's great performing dogs,
and also the greatest leaping hounds
Veroni troupe of Tyrolean singers,
dancers and instrumentalists, four
ladies and three geatlemoen.
Mme. Lubade Barema a *" r
trained animals, inckumng An
bull, ponies, hotsese igsi, etc. A
people in this company.
These attractions wall only bd seem
at the Cincinnati Fall Festival, AIe To-
ronto Exposition, New York andvJack-
sonville. This fact alone shows the
superiority of their character. The
reason why the other towns,,On the
Southern circuit did not secure them
was on account of the heavy expense
and this goes to show the enterprise
of the Jacksonville Carnival Assoela-
IamRal News.
lamonia, Sept. 17. The protracted
meeting spoken of in last week's dots
was held at Bethpage. It was D. B.
Merritt, and not "D D.." that did the
Among those who went to Thomas-
ville last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Brown, Blount Strickland and
G. T. Cromartie.
R. F. VanBrunt had business in Met-
calfe last week.
Mr. Arthur and Miss Hattie Brandon
were welcome visitors at Dogwood last
Dr. E. E. Strickland was stricken by
lightning last Friday, and for twenty
minutes lay unconscious while his Wife
and father were doing all they could to
revive him. His fat her, himself, and
two of his younger brothers were in the
store up at the home place, when the
lightning struck the stove pipe and,
coming across the house, struck Dr.
Strickland on the head, tore up his hat,
went down his left side, and, tearing
open his shoe, left him. Mr. T. P.
Strickland, his father, was also knocked
to his knees. The two smaller boys
were not struck. Dr. Miller, of Susina,
was called, and with his skill and at-
tention it is hoped that Dr. Strickland
will soon be restored to his normal
health. He is already much improved,
but still in a very uncomfortable condi-
N. & B. Hester have repaired their
steam gin works and begun to gin cot-
ton for the public again
C. E. Dickey, of Bradfordville, passed
here on his way to Thoumsville on last

Miss Mary Brown, of Thomasville, is
down at her place, the G. W. Brown
homestead, seeing after rents and ar.
ranging for another year with her ten-
ants. She will be the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. G. T. Brown some of the time.
It is decidedly cooler this morning,
and we hope farmers are going to have
a better time picking cotton than they
have had hitherto.
The National Spinners' AssociaUton
on September 14 in session at Boston,
Maos., changed its name to the Inter-
national Spinners' Association, and
adopted resolutions asking President
Roseevelt to co operate wh other
tries in an effort to as Nj -A-
t of the world's anaa imsM
establishment of a emni ua


:ls be-Ws.

road ho-res anda like sum for the best
single road horse, head the lisHt of thoes
offieed for live stock at the Gulf
Pair and tAl ral p don to M
held at Deun spring ., Oct. 81
to Nov. 8, Send yor name to the See-
retary for a premium list.
Whether interested in live stock, fied
or garden prduts, poultry or the evi-
dences of housewifel skill will
Interested in the prium I f me
Gulf Coast Fair and Agricultural xpo-
sition to be hold at DeFuniak Spr
la., October 81 to November &
your name to the Secretary for a pre-
mium list.
Poultry raisers, as others will be in-
terested in the liberal premium I/st
just issued for the Gulf Coast Fair and
Agricultural Exposition to be held at
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., October 81 to
November 8rd. Send to the Secretary
and secure a copy.
A premium of $50 for the best ex-
hibit from one farm is a ameo quota-
tion from the peminm t of the Gulf
Coast Fair ad ArkItarl xpostonw
to be held at DeFlani Spring, Fla.,
October 81st to November rd, a copy
of which will be mailed frme on request
to the Secretary.
Moa Pat SimXt tI Daur.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of ago suffer from kidney and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
of prostate gland. This s both in
an dangerous, and Foley''
Cure should be taken at the flrst siff
of danger, as It corrects irregutlrtle
and has cured many old men of tid dis-
ease. Mr. Rodney Brntt, Rock Port
Mo., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
prostate land and kidney trouble for
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. *
Day pr Florda Bables.
Laughing, dimpled babies from all
over the Peninsular State will look
sweet for pries at the Jackonvilole
carnival. Since It has been announced
that a baby show will be givenFriday
morning, November 9, in the big hipp
droame, mamas and papas are m=k
ma; roparations.
4yi omen'stgil of the Church of
the Good Shephrd, assisted by all other
gSklds throughout the State, will have
charge of the baby show. Other guilds
have written to the local society of the
pretty babies in their respective cities,
and telling of the feeling of proud p-
rents on the subject. The e letters be-
toketa a big day for the babies.
The money derived from the baby
show will go to the local guild. The
women of this society will have entire
charge of the atrangementa. The Car-
nival Associatio has donated the use
of the grounds and the band for the oc-
casion, and will offer one of the pri ee.
Mrs C. B. Rogers, of this city has
announced that she will answer all in-
quiries regarding the baby show.
She Pesdbelieft.
If you are troubled with liver com-
lain and have not received help read
his. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond Moody
Texas, says: w in poor health
with liver trouble-for over a year.
Doctors did me no good and I tried
Herbine, and three bottles cured me.
I can't say too much for Herbina, as it
is a wonderful liver medicine. I always
have it in the house. Publish where
you wish." Sold by all druggists. *
We Don't PUbsh It AIL
A man stopped us on the street the
other day and said we did not publish
all the that happened. We should say
we don't. In the first place there s
somebody else depending on us for a
living. If we published all that hap-
pened, we would soon be with the
angels. In order to please the people
we must print only the nice things said
about them and leave the rest to goseip.
Yes, it's a fact we don't print all the
news. If we did wouldn't It make spi-
cy reading? But It would before one
day only. The next day you would read
our obituary, and there would be s new
face in Heaven. All the news is allright
when it' about the other fellow. -
Vaidoeta Times.
Milly Swann, convicted in Leon cir-
cult court in the spring of 1900 of the
crime of manslaughter and sentenced
to ten years in the State prison, having
served six years of her term and being
of excellent behavior, upon request of
citizens of Leon county and a number
of the jurors that convicted her, wis
granted a conditional pardon. The con-
ditions are that she *"shall hereafter
lead a sober, peaceable, law-abiding
life. Provided, that if at any time here-
after any person shall make complaint
before the State board of pardons or
the Governor of this State that the
said Mily Swean has violated ay of
the ondle t po a da, the o tate
behad of adoms or the Governor of

~UmnRumu M

Oa, North ad SouthC
Cam da And the Buet ,! N .
dall till September 0hk, wi
l it for re anti Octater ot.
twen points in florida. Selling dsily,
wlth Hmit for return five (6) day from
d&a of sale.
ATLANTA, GA.-Georla State Pair.
Tiekets to be sold daily OctoberMth to
20th, neusive, with final limit far re-
uton October 28d, 190
For full Information as to rat s and
Aephbd, plw case upon your naRest

F. P. WOODWAnD, T. P. A.,
Tailshasee, Fla.
W. I. Wheehe CsmmhuleNe.
It will be of interest to his many
friends to know that Mr. William D.
Whether, the pe tar traveftn 0!
for the Nati aon al tm -ybW
melved his appointment as na-
tenant in the army. Mr. Whaooer is a
Woan man of anesvile, and well
kown all over the State. He
in his father' battalesn t he P
Sand wa w adt-majorat the .
three yew_ from which ehool
howa ated. HBe Is eortamly welO
and his many frend wTsh him a bright
The OriginaL
Foley & Co., Chleso, ori.nated
Hon and e Tar a thro -d enrd
rme, aad on amount of the
merit and popularity of Foley' ey
and Tar many Imlatles are offeW& for
the genuine. The e worthles Imta.
tionshave similar funding names. Be.
ware of them. The genuine Fly' s
Hone and Tar is In a yellow .
Ask for it and refuse any ot .
It is the best remedy for ougoh sad
colds. Sold by all deatler. *
Chuyo Netlesa.
Trinity M. Church,'South, W. M.
Poe, W. .-erWRice e Sunday at It
a. m. and 7.30 pm. d Junrt. M-
worthp.m. Leaua, 4.80 p. m. ni
worth Leunday a00 lok A m

r tquesthee d otton. These m o a
raell ar ee dally invited
withus.ity Market,
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-4enrvices:
Sunday and Holy D8ay holy .ommun.

4 p.m. Frda,NE NO4. 169pm.
ChrisKeep tianScience.- stocrvk at arell times,
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of thepDostofieo. This room is
also used au a Christian Science reading
room, and Is open daily except Sunday,
between the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.

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



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Don't you want to start a beak account? Wookul'nt s lke tohave oe ef thM fW.
proved pocket savings banks to helpyou to gave your acklee sad dimesT It is
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a sise esvesiet to ea rr
or a ladies hand ba. It is always ready to help you redet the tomptatios to mIM W
want an account with everybodyin tbis vicinity. .
We furnish one of these baik free to everyone who will deposit me dllar ,m e to
open an account with us within thirty days from receipt of beak. Thae baa s to yes
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would b& surprised to knho how much money you can ave la five years by ta e*
of your small change and depositing In a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there Is da r f leM by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place It with as and it m Wsm mMa
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Ints t pest d a
first days of April and October.
E,,low we give a table showing hew savings will accumulate in five years, comrputed un a ba-
nit of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.


per day for 5 years..
per day for r, yearn
per day for 5 year
per day for 5 yearn..
per day for fr years.
Ier day for r yearn

Am't deposited. Interest earned. Tota amn't
........ $1.60 ............--- $11.14 --.....----........----.......$1.4
.... 313.00 . .......... m ....................- -.
39... 1.26 -----------...--.............. 85............ .... .
.. 46 .50 .................. 8.42....................
..... 72.50..---...----------............ 6.70......--.........
.. ......, .00-..-------...............-----111.40....-............. 1,-0.40

tooko ap5ftd eo)

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




G. to LEWIS, Vic.f'dsat.


%J11. qmL- - -
Our Prices Won't Make Your Money
F L V.
DI)elers In

Live and Rolling"

BUGGIES $35.00 and up
WAGONS $30.Ond up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.

phtoNK li1.

P. O. lBox 3:.

Tallahassee, Fla. ,, ,

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



The G. F. & A. offers the
Steamer loin for irtis de..
siring to charter lor otne or
two days' trips to the

A delightful
the Gulf.

trip out in

For Rates and other Infornntion
write to:
Bainbril,)r .. (,.i
P. P. WOOI)WAR), T. P. A
Tallahassei Fla.
A Job with a turplntUne firm. My ex.
perience *s, run turpentine still five
years, wouds rider four years, superin-
tendent two years. (ive references on
application. A. I. STmsLA -
Eureka, b. C.

Forth *emnd, Tallahasse District.
Apalachicola, Sept. 9; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Carrabelle. Sept. 16; quarterly con-
ference Monday.
Crafordville, Sept. 22, 23, at Zion Hill.
Ashmore Circuit, Sept. 26; at Bonnet
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit, Oct. 6, 7; at Bristol.
Blue Creek Circuit, Oct. 13, 14; at
Blue Creek.
Gadaden Circuit, Oct. 20, 21; at Mt.
(oncord Circuit, Oct. 27, 28; at Salem.
Waukeenah Circuit, Oct. 31; at Thom-
an City.
Madis;n Circuit, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
Old Town Mission, Nov. 7; at Old
West Madison Circuit, Nov 10, 11;
at Cherry Lake. I
Madigm, Nov. I1, at M p. m.; quar-
terly gmoference Monday.
Monticello, Nov. 14.
Perry and Taylor MixSions, Nov. 17,
18 at Perry.
Midway Circuit, Nov. 24, 25; at Bethel.
quincy, Nov. 2H.
Mayo Circuit, Dec. 1. 2; at Mayo
Aucilla, Iec. 4; at Greenville..
Leon Circuit, D)ec. 9; at Chalrei.
TallahanMee Dec. 9; quarterly con-
ference Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
Written reports will be called for on
this round from the women's missionary
societies and from trustees of church
property. J. AAWIN,
Tall.hahn ee. Fla. Presiding Elder.
membership Next LeglsatIs re.
District I -Thoa. F. West. Milton.
2 John H. Beard, Pensacolua
:3 John Neel, Westville.
4 Theop. West, Marianna.
A A.J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6; James E. Brooms, Quincy
7 Park M. Trammell, takeland
M John W. Henderson, Tallahassee.
9 W. K. Jackson, Invernesm.
ID) C. I.. iLegett, (;reenville.
11 James E. Crane, Taminl.
12 Al. Winburn, Mallory.
13 F. M. Hudon, Miami.
14 F. P. ,Cone, Lake City
15 J. I. Crew. ILak. tflutler.
I i Thomas S. Davi. Fernandinna.
17 J. R Newlan. Live Oak.
IN 1 1. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19 louis C. Massey. Orlando.
V 1 I H. Baker. Orange Home.
21 N. R. Carter Levyville.
22 W M. iirardeau. Monticello.
23 I1. N Withers, ladylake.
24 W. Hunt Harris, Key Went.
25 S. W. Clark Blountatown.
2.1 K. S Crill. Palatka.
27 JO H. Humphrey,, ltraldentown.
2N Frank W. Sam., New Smyvrim.
S F.E K. 'Canova. Slherwom.
:tl Frank Adams, JasIper.
aI Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
:2 II. II. McCrearv. (.aineaville.
Alachua T. A Doke,. Santa Fe; Syd
i, Carter, (Gainenville
linaker I.. C. Cobb, Olustoe;
Bradiford K. S. Matthewn, Starke;
II C. Peeple. iDukeea.
nrevard Wade H. Jones. Titusville.
(lalhoun A Max Wilson, Bkounta-
Citrus J. W. Knight. Floral City.
('lay J. R. Lon, Green Cove Springs.
C(olumbia M S. Knight. Iake City;
H I.. Avant. Fort Whie.
lWade John W. Watson. Miami.
DeSnto W. H. hooker. Arcadia.
Duval I. 1.. Farris and 8. H. Mel-
ton, Jacksonville.
racambla ChaU. M. Coston, Penas-
cola; M. 0. Bagett McDavld.
Franklin-J.T ._C. Grigga, Apalachi-

Gadsden- J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. L.
Taylor, Branchville.
amilton -John Bradahaw, Jennings;
L,. 0. Register Jasper.
Hernando-. S. Wison, Brooksville.
Hillsboro- W. W. K. Decker, Tampa;
John R. Dudley, Plant City.
Holmes--D. J. Paul, Bonifay.
Jackson-- Ed. Williams, GraceviUe;
H. C. Noel, Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
J. D. Thompson, Lloyds.
Lafayette-D. G. Geiger Mayo.
Lake--8. Kirkland, Altoona; S. F.
Smith, Leeaburf.
Lee-F. J. Wilison, Buckingham.
Leon-A. S. Wells and Gilbert Harts-
field, Tallahassee.
Levy -J. N. Willis, Williston.
liberty-Sidney D. Johnson. Bristol.
Madison--R. I Rowe, MaAison; R.
L. Mllinor, Ellaville. ,
Mariatee-John A. Grjham, Braden-
'" Marito-''. L. Wartron, Citra; Geo.
0. Mattbeav, Oeala.
Munroe-... L. Knowles and W. H.
Malone, Jr, Key West.
Nassau-b. A. OIAlvie, Callahan; Jas.
E. Colkins, *ermandina.
Orange G. W. Crawford, Conway;
H. C. Abernethy, Orlando.
Osceola A. Ek Don ean, Kissimmee.
Pasco R.J. McCutcheon, Dade City.
Polk- W J. Durranee, Fort Mead; H.
W. Snell, Winterhaven.
Putnam H. A. McKenzie, Palatka;
W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
Santa Rosa J. H. Harvell, Bagdad;
A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns--C. J. DuPont, Matanzas;
W. A. McWilliams St. Augustine.
St. Lucie Claude F. olmstead, Ft.
Sumter W. C. G. Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee -W. R. Dorman, Live Oak;
W. II. McClellan Welborn.
Taylor T. J. Faulkner, Perry.
Volusia -Wm. S. Parkinron, Daytona;
1). F. Morrison, Barberville.
Wakulla S. P. Roddenberry. Sop-
Waton- W. B. LRhterg, Vernonl Hill.
Washington- W. B. LawUter, Vernon.

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

149 N. Munroe St.



A comfortable 6-rom ea with
kitchen and bath reoO u t5JMLB
of Leon HoteL Rest S*pwar mft
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a?. a and take a look at our ecovm t .
Syou will readily see the advalt.h
hiring teams from us. If yoleW-st
accustomed to much driving, no
our prices will strike you -as
sman. Do no harm to ask them my-
J. P. S. HousTOUN, Pop.
Phons 79 ad 8W.
You get your goods at prime cost, vis: Fancy and Staple Grne-rie, Wood
and Willow Ware, Tinware, Tobaecos and Cigars. A nice line of. -tee ts-
tures, 1 Safe lfrerator, 1 Coffee Mill, 6 Show Cases, L RegistI,
I Pinder Parecer, I So1 Water Fount, 4 Pair Scales, and 1 Broom
All of above artiles at prime eost except Fixtures, on which I will allow a
liberal discount. Some of my price as an idea:
Full sie Ball Potash ----------- 5c Half size Ball Potash---- ...... .-.-.e
Kerosene Oil, 5 gallo for --------76c Apple and Wine Vinegar, per gal.
Oat Meal, Zest and Shredded Wheat at and below cost.
Do not delay, but come now.

Do You Want a Horse or Mule?


Se Je De CAY, e e ,

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

Have just received aDB S
car load of as handsome U I
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, whih I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a une of single and double harnem.

S140 S. AdamsStS
o U. AY,9 TaUllahas P' M


A New sad Full Lime jst received. All
Grades of Elgin Movemeats now o"



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A __ I offer for sale three desirable small Tallahaaee. rla.
farms, suitable for tobacco growing. Dear Sir: You know, diamonds don't
rewerGallons:Wears Longer; Devoe. One of 50 acres, one mile east of Tal- go by size. So with paint.
'Schools arm failures only when teach. lahasse, on south side Miccosukie road. We make paint, one gallon of which I
ers are." Large barn and tenant's house. Num- goes as far as two of another and lasts
Mr. Thomas Lloyd, of Lloyd, was in ber of pecantrees. twice as long: that's four to one.
te lty Monday. One of 90 acres three miles west of You know t is true in diamonds; they
od P p Wv h rr s m Tallahiassee, nn Lake Jackson road. don't go by the gallon, do they?
M. Phite ipWynn hardware salesman. Large house and two tenants' houses. If you're going to paint your house,
Vacatlen days are now, or soon will Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson road. I'm going to paint; do you want tAo
be. but a pleasant memory. Tobacco grown there some years ago. Job? and wat' it coat?"
In answenng advertisements, please Two tenant houses. If he happens to know, he'll say:
mention the True Democrat. 80-tf JOHN WINTHROP. "Depends on the paint. I can do it for
Mr. P. G. Russell spent several days s^s^^C^ somewhere about $100 wor $00. which-
lat week in Montiello and Aucillsa. L"CT'C B LLever you like: $100 will make good job;
"Champont" oor "ylpht" Enough Parties desrinLr Electric Door and $200 a poor one."
Slph Dining Room Ca Bells should confer And ou If happen t ha PRICES REASONA BLhave your.
T..S H. Randolph & m.J. S. Ja1v t. s.y: "Il takePo good oIeC P r R S REA SOrNAIL .
Samuel hoAkb ckr, of Norfolk, or pbone No. 36 SOtf we'll you do It?"
Va., was i the city Tueday with his Painter sught all, to know about
Ame fueis&. At M A I.; anadi l -A-to be able to
]Fewd ofP wMe- %.O,1;Q We.Ca n
I hIa bt Ztha hf widg R mairme -f ditch- "111.
m t i or kid of t ay gaM Dowe" i bettr the two M
wHed ofe e, y kin koefay s utw, ork particular of average paint. M fam-that is, Or S r %
s Of 1ht All work dove bose will eabet u gat N
SO 6 his oot o ea notie Mand sattawstold g&r. abou t of average pabst-
f a1 mew Aant matedA Phoae 4L P. 0. Bx 06%y. sad Deve wI wer a la time; the
a t, t edred ft tf G. H. Avamm. life average palt is mk y rtau ,
B Co et Mas. V. rimee m- ~ s t heayear.It M V
o te M t. Is oered to St W- p es a li---t- 3 M Why iIt tha I t thmat' dw
i e.. Mi Anie Asmeasted by Mio abeat it Do airabot S
S8oHe a AlMl wsil opl ohMir private iarn T w 2 &M

Sataeek M Mb is paint, sad othen ti&gadts
M M t mbet t it e i am de br e e paint is De etv.Ao.
uhrae phaelow th t h ftao Wu e_ t Mra k. Ba. M ek MF. W.Ha w TV u 4*fr:uu:on,
it b ar t lRn M. toM ine Mr. Bt ak de r P. 8. Gilor n & Davis Cro. sell N our F
l er ki nftrhthe suo o heI s meet i with as he paint. the_ fo_ *sIa__ *
b"sW.MseoutamtohIdIyh artistic M .
aseeits is* As a s soti`eI sxW.ith- Mr. .aon grg f*t FIRE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH
] d-n vithe gil",' i= out doubt ad fthe boesta hs evter- wse aog oter v isitoyt s
wear S ad Goa' i Goods ear- visited Talahasses, having operated t tobod health I m sellio my wfriend v TLC --d rosel sA l A mAN eMMe-.
ried kwBaurnaAo wi-t sesl JcksoaviUle, aceon and stock or goodsateost W. T. Damon. PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL SUSINESS ENTRUSTE.
Di ayouorar see ayomu man start the cities for years. His Mis Sus ie Black is visiting her pa-
an "the paee that kit?" He always platinet carbon work is by far the funet rents. relatives and friends ln Gadeden 12 YEARSI EPt II lNCE.
begins at a geCtle amble that might be that has bea n made here We are glad county this week. PC LY
keit up all hislife without hurting him to announce treat Mr Blank has decided Mr. Thoe. H. Hall was up from Pan-
us. Bui t he c alysI teiviote s tn on onm mently and s maturing amea again yest erday. Hi family will BRYAN C. W HITFIELD.
aVwy with him Theion ys sf i one present place Inthe remain there for several weeks yet. .
Rsembr it thestaff of life- The True Democrat wishes him much re ed thromforbTala ..CONPANIS:. .
Breaed-so 4 te, 'Camplon" or succem and invites more such enter- sere home today, after a delightful visit
os.ylph." H. W lph N & Soim.2 a rising peopleto locate here, wh to prent, relatives and hosts of friends l"se w a **ere' t* C. wl d l Oraa I.
Divino worshipwill be conduct at bu s a good field no doubt for any in Gadden county. las. Ce. Federal I. Ce. t
the First Baptitl Church by Rev. Frank Mrs. H. E. Wilkes and daahter, ,m am.. aMsC. C.
W. Cramer.tSunday morning at 11 and Miss Hermie Chaires has returned to Mrs. H. M. Dodd, and her Wrand-chwid
in the eveningirat .80 o'clock. Morn- her home after a pleasant summer arrived in Tallahasse yesterday and is **D*******4B******9* R>s3asias s SemS
ing subject, *The Rod and God." Sub- in Atlanta. being welcomed by her hosts of Talla.- ______
Ject, P .n Th Evolution of Char- There will be another game of base- haseen friends.
a r. BUniSchool 10 a. m. Junior bell between the Capitol and City Boys Hon. Jeff. B. Browne. Mrs. Browne -
Uninm, 4 p Senior B. at Camp Henderson next Tueday a. and Mi Suan Browne have return II I

ou mot cordially invite toenjoy A matter of time and you must use summer's outing at several of the most
those services wth us. one or the other, "Champion" or popular resorts. NOTICE is hereby diven that the following do nyribd lands will be oId at pubits aeeUes M the
"Sylph" Flour. T. H. Randolph& Son. Hon. Richard A. Whitfield, one of lat day of October .iM. In frontofthe court house d.ur. at Talilahaseae. in theoatvoutyofM.or so
Hon. and Mr. W. N. Sheats arrived Mr. Geoe Lewi is still oin Tallahassee's prominent citizens, and much thereof as will b nemetoy theamount Iue for tax..herelin set oppotsitetoS ieas,
Sunday from Gainesville to once more the salt water and good fishing a father of Judge James B. Wnitfleld, th wwithcot ofsuch a advertiing:
live among their many friends in this Teresa justice of the supreme court, is among
wey e, .or such good p le are a Congressman W. B. Lamar and hs Union, 15thd
ways needed in any town. Sheate excellent wife are now for a season att
will be president of the Leon County Hotel Astor, New York City. Mr. E. G. Chesley, wife and won re- NAME OF OWNIR. iI.'tioN 0. iOT.
High School this year, and the session W. T. Damon is selling his stock of turned yesterday, after several weeks
premiseto be the best the school has goods at cost to close out owing to e in toellyotpleasantly withDer cadMrsb
ever seen. Mr. Howell Sheats re- health. cottage o ynnat R ock L anding, Panacea 'Hnriett a rT T. 't .112. e.t t :2 rfewtn the nerth
maled to attend the university in Mr. R. W. Cobb and his excellent Springs. oi taking, P.nacea .Hh.r,.,-r
Gainesville this year. wife, who have been spending the sum- Mr. L E. Cohen returned home from P i e4rt ern. wrer ., h. ,, ,. .o, h alf...r T, t n N w A
Mr. A. Clyde Evans, who has been mer in Tennessee, returned home yes- Jacksonville Sunday, where he spent .i....,ri, a r1 i. 1 VA nnin, at the
city editorofthis paper for the past terday, and Mr. Cobb is now back at yin.,.iwrrrorq u ui i..t ani. run north 41
few month leftWednesday morning has oust of duty. after a vacation of a veral ae among thriends and e I fe. t.v at ...
for Gainesville where he will take post week. i ea holiday display of R sen at the, i-Airnun e 4r
graduate work ascandidate for the M. Tallahasaeeans are pleased to welcome aindsor Hotel and purchased a large wM E ant itr ..Tr( N ,,>..NwA rt.nrtiran fol-
A. degree. He has received an 8P Hon. Wm. N. Sheats and his excellent stock for hi. store. -f urh.-s. a g m r.w r t .id r i ftawear
polatment to West Point, for whicn wife back toreside. Mr. Sheat fis just Mr. A wwln hll 4h1pt-ar i.t. t i.,'* n,, iI; feet 1inch.
place he will leave next spring. At the r co.rig afomalong spellof aickneas l. A. Wilson Hall, the popular iu- ... i ,,.,.. 41 f,., ., tth
university Mr Evans will edit, manage but is now building up. and we hope rook mnt t ad n. .itHr d ot the Pan- .1.. rt,, ',., ...,.i .a ,t A r t cenin,,.. ,2
and run a college weekly, and all who0 will soon be his good old self again erk Cmany wlth h iadnuarter at wim w.. T n wA rit r
I hi- m the aubsription price of one Vereen. was amoin hiA many warm il* .'fiII -it iht t i,, ne d rio.n
o lK r year will recetie a sr a pI, oo Mr. D. F. Morrison, of Barbersville. pti.rmnal Tailahas,'-t friends Wednes- t. ,. i,4 th1 1f 1 rfet and
witty a newsy pwaper.ciearact ristie to wnom we have been sending an t.- d.ay Hani nmde th.e Triu. Democrat a '. t I e i.." a (o flt. thenee.u t
of tie young editor. cal orre y h a:orda i. u.: ou will find inctosed .-ieck Among t l, it ti t hn r na I -a f1s 1
ve Oak has scored again. ]Prif L. lor $1 to pay for the Weekly True l)en- .at last anj ty an r., o, .. i. T p ,-.. .. ,o A33
Wawrs. h,. very h .let.n:r.ed .,'r..t. which you have been serm i ,,, uing.t ; i. r .t of .Q uut ; ,.
a l" 01 ou h .... .. .. "- '"""L"J1 244 inn 1 Quinc A Scott. of *;*:* v. Win.
nipaIol our high ~-hl. *u- ju.t ot" the last ltw weeks. I like to re ld T. W Juhn. uen. of iL.k'ak v. % .i. ; J 'A. .k ,, ... .. ', ,, ,
red from T. lahrss e. where he it. Wish more of our p people would tate D l I \L,,,r,. ('t.; J' v. a ... ~ ~IJ-,,1W, ,1 Ti
we1t to take the SLate tnxmlrnation. it through this sect.n." let otherss 14) tva ave u' r. Mr I Ty d r. ~. ,, F-t h:. -,.r ,,f ,.. , o
He stood the examination in two days likewise ,,ia L; ,. ,, ,4;*.. oo
and made 99. The nearest approach to - -- -.. Hell 'o Mutieli<- 1 *. Al[ .and R. d I rry I,. i,, ,. 7
th took tree daya and made06.L Live A ely Tule ayhoni. f r.ivill; Ge A el TW 1er,.kn,, ,, ". .G i., ,, b ....he ..,, ,a,,'' ... 7,, .1
k ia ahad agai. While there Col. w.ih that old enemy of the race, con.-A more, AI. M r" I. ,ap. "f . -, 117
r L. RoberfoR presented the Su- stipation, often ends in ap adicitw Wauiiwn;h; Mi- r.v liich. o Han. B awii n re ,,,. ,H' .s e
weasee*Higteasel acb sooluteh Maw'th To avoid all ao tfoablekh atom- bridge; G \ |.., v wife of Kuwena
av I ym ke r My e r. wbIeb the a iveC and ,tke)r. Ki- t. r l. Mewell, wifae and child W W. . N
n" ag ter I**ds Mo form., True s 1. m



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afanto Wa Yt nemaY MORImO.

ttIh Uay gaIe >a tI the

usin members answered to the
Malntosh, Measr. Chit
diundmomn. James, Lowry.

lhemnutes of themeetingof August
S 19 wonrw a nd apW ed.
'ports wor submitted the sov-
ity o ale and by the board of
m l city electric light
!Htsea Id reports were read
Mr. lor, on behalf of the Finance
report that said commit-
Shad goM over the first copy of th
assemmMot rolls for the yar A.
1.-06, a pMopmtrd by the ct4 tax
MOW, and rIcommendd that the aa-
for the yar A. D. 1906, as
made by the city tax ase or be ap-
the city council. Up
Sof Mr. Lowry, id motion
S seonded and unanimously
pte th reprt and recommenda-
Ma made byMr. Spillor on behalf
tilaanme Committee by the City
It was directed that the city clerk
i due and proper notice by pubica-
n Is a nwsp of the city of Tal-
l o, F da that the City Council
at the counil hamberas a
W of Equalilation on Thursday,
", A.D. 1906 at 7o30 p. m,
m for ali peron wishing to appear
re the City Council, sitting as such
of Equalization in connection
ltho assmement of their property
for the year 1906 to govern themselves
was ?directed that the city clerk
fIe due and proper notice by publicsa-
Sin a newsper of the city of Tal-
lM meet orka, of the intention of
City Conl to pas an ordinance
meeting of the City Council to be
at the council chamber on Thurs-
S October 26th, A. D. 1906, levying
S of 8 mill. for water and fire
Saxon, chairman of the. Finance
Ittee, and to which said commit-
been referred matters in con-
with water works for the city
llahassee, stated that as yet he
eived no answer to hin last let-
to the 4
on th 70'S
Wkient Mecntosh brought before
lncil matters relative to having
walks of the city put in such
tlen that free mail delivery would
l ted by the U. S. government,
a lfter consideration of the niftT
I .dlre.'ted that the StreetC
a thorised to make the best -ar*
ments that could be made to haveI

[11 ared, Fefore he Council and
atat at about four weeks ago about
IBA th evenpIghe feU in
Co trees, urutne,h1l
Sy and'was la d & pfor
time. He stated that he was Os-
S etti ut of theo by
been Mtod Dr. Palmer, and
ted forghe4r that e thought the city
ht to give him some help. The
in question was dug by Mears
llps and Simpson, in putting in
Ewerage pipes, and Mr. Simpson, who
present at the meeting, stated
at the ditch had been properly flmed
ix after their work was complex ed, but
Iat have been washed out by the late
0,1vy rains. The entire matter was
feared to the Street Committee of
te Council for Investigation and report
to the Council.
5r. Simpson, appeared before the
Ouneil and stated that they had a
ehast koown as the Sy-Clo that did not
Muwd to bo back vented and asked that
the Council allow its use without be.
ing back vented. The Council took the
position that no closet of any kind
eosuld, under the existing city ordinan-
es*, be put in without being back vent.
ed, but the matter was referred to the
eity sanitary engineer for investigation
and report to the Council.
A report was submitted signed by
Mr. J. D. Cay, a member of the City
Council, relative to the inventigations
that had been made as to the bent man-
lar in which to obtain satinfactory and
pmamnent results from septic tank No
ot the C'ity sewerage system In
eomneetion with this matter Mr James,
ehalnan of the Sanitary Committee,
tatedthat Mr. F. 8. Henry had stated
that he thought it would coat about
to do the necessary work After
I ll discussion of this matter it was
Illy referred to the Street and San.i-

t "ry Committees. Jointly, to have the
neessary work done to the best ad.
valtage of the city
The ollowin communication was pre-
seated and read:%
Tallahasse. ha, Sept 11i. 19016.
Be Hon. Member tCity Council. Talla-
basse, Fla.:I
Gentlemen-The Tallahassee Volun-
toer Fire Cmpany requests your attend-

ance at its fourth anniversary recep-
tion September 24 1906, at the fire
station, and would be pleased to have
you honoruswith your presence on that
occasion from 8 to 10 o'clock.
Chief Fire Department.
G. E. Lwa.s Secty.,
A. C. S IL R,
0. M. IAooBIR.
Upon motion of Mr. Saxon, Maid me-

pany was seeped
ci dty clerk waa= to
the fia company of the aeptaa of
Its invitation and to exprmse the ks
and appreciation of the Councl there.
"Annual report of the chief of the
Tallahassee fire department from March
2, 1W to February 28.I ," was pro.
ated rad and ordered filed.
The "Foarth annual report of the
secretary and treasurer of the Tallsa
hassee Voluntoeer Fire Company" was
pr tdrd ad oarderal fled.
T fol resolution was present-
ed by Presklnt McIntosh ad adopted
by the Council by a unanimous vote:
Resolved, That the thanks of the
City Council are eminently due and are
hereby tendered to the committee on
Are department, chief of fire depart-
ment and to the firemen for the splon
did work accomplished along all ines
during the past year, as shown by the
very satisfactory results made to the
Cit Council;
=Molved further, That we doom It
our duty to say that we appreciate the
iatriotfm shown by the young men of
the city who have so faithful served,
under all circumstances, as uremen of
the city of Tallahassee, very often to
the asericee of their own business and
professions, without the hope or expec-
tation of any adequate compensation.
Mr. Perkins, the city sewerage engi-
neer, reported that he had, under the
direction of the sanitary committee,
made a test of the Weedicide recently
purchased by the city, and that he did
not consider that the results therefrom
had been satisfactory.
The levy of a per capital street tax
was brought up for the consideration of
the Council by Mr. Lowry, and after
discussion thereof, Mr. Saxon made a
motion that the matter be referred to
the committee on laws and ordinances
for their investigation and report. The
motion of Mr. Saxon was duly seconded
and unanimously adopted by the Coun-
The question of insuring the city fire
department horses was brought up for
consideration of the Council by Mr.
Spiller, and after discussion of the mat-
ter it was finally, upon motion of Mr.
Chittenden, said motion being duly nec-
onded and unanimously adopted. di-
rected that the five horses of the fire
department be insured for the sumnof
$'200 each, the cost of insurance to be
$5 each
Mr. Spiller, chairman of the fire'
apartment committee, stated that
fire department wan in need of m
hQpe nd s&.tId $hajt the same could
p %ch = t&A pb d for in ei
en nonfiths, without interest. A
consideration of the matter it A
upon motion of Mr Saxon, said mue
being duly seconded by Mr. Chitten
and unanimously adopted by the C
ha ed Modthat the fire depart
te be authorized to buy not
800 feet of hose for the Tal
hasse fire department.

'VS5WEW~WW affm i M W2 .:
General revenue fund ..... $1.,46.21
Water and fire fund &1.56.97
Cemneteryfiundd : :1.06
Sewerage fund 1.(00
Total .. ... 2,912.51
Warrants aggregating $1.549.75 were
drawl In payment of accounts presented
and approved
An account from Joseph Duncan, for
coMfna furnished to paupers, was pre-
sented and the city clerk directed to re-
turn the account and ask that the orders
for the cofns referred to in said ac-
count be attached to the account.
There being no further business to
consider, Council adjourned.
TInaeo by Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribes in the Phil-
ippines subject their captives reminds
me of the intenase suffering I endured
for three months from inflammation of
the kidneys," say W M. Sherman, of
Cushing, Me., "Nothing helped me un-
til I tried Electrice Bitters, three bottles
of which completely cured me." Cures
liver complaint dyspepsia, blood dis-
orders and malaria; and restores the
weak and nervous to robust health.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c.
Joseph Best, was literally torn to
pieces on the 14th instant as the result
of a horrible accident at Torrey, two
miles south of Bowling Green. Best
was engineer on a log engine and fell
into the log gearing while it was in
motion, and, before it could be stopped.
Best was torn to pieces.
G oral Robert 1. Lee
was the greatest General the world has
ever known. Ballard's Snow Liniment
is the greatest Liniment. Quicklycures
all pains It is within the reach of all.
T. H. Pointer, Hempetead, Texas,
writes: "This is to certify that Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment has been used in
my household for years and has been
found to be an excellent Liniment for
rheumatic pains. I am never without
it." Sold by all druggists.
Mr. 0. H. Kelly and Miss Grace
Kelly of Carrabelle were registered at
the Leon Wednesday
The True Democrat propeietor spent
a most pleasant day last Sunday at
Sopchoppy, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Brown, at whose home after
church services we enjoyed an excel-
lent dinner along with several other
Mr Guerry Strong left for Macon
Sunday morning to accept a position in
that city. His many friend regret
that he a to be in Tallahaea no more.

Aw h*i*** ib



Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experience of 86 yMes in tle
Business, (ten years in the north and twenty-five year in the south) enable us to
,and perform all that is required of us in this line.. We also make s peeialty of


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

Print and

See John G. Collins About Your Job Printing I

Everything New and Up-to-date In Machinery and Type, the BeIt
Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Ink, with Men whoe
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try uS.
Try us. All Work promptly oni vso proilsd. WI mir dllsap it


The new Laxative
that doc-0 *ot gripe
r nauseate.
PletMsant ta take.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,


Gep ral .Repfr ,Shop.
Hore Shb, ing an ex-
.pert who"has had.yqars
of experience. .

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

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

BEST and

Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

Cream Vermifua


"Wal 0 e* I11** ST11* .
rm eas0m8ee pusasse elMs1 oT
Ballard-Smow Liniment Co.

Feb"sw ema8w.
At 0&NOW
M115-QUIT.U MPO. 0M,.Jsekssswft 04P0

See u~bef one yes 7.UtphmbIt
contract. uu a5su.


Laxative Fr,. S^--


Stomach and Liver
trouble and
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train, composed exclusively of New Pullman .Equipmen; Dishlg
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroomaind -Obsermtion
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and 'Jacksonville, tq .
York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. M. and Jackd
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.

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

* reservations call on any
t or write
Passenger Agent.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
Mal ad ;P .e Felht PaMail an Pa. "sP.
Man pPam-
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as a mw, and thle s t*-
hot *.. mad.. this,...:
A t olemn charter.
fElsi is akneimbysevraminames.
as the day of memorial-a day,
st to say, in which the Jew is *x-
to call to memory his deed dur-
the past youar, with a view of amend-
t bi the day that are to come. It
sle known the day of judgment.
b allegory pictures God on that
sy sitting in judgment on all His
man creatures. The great books are
in whicn are recorded all the
tures of the children of men, and
human souls pass by in review be-
the Creator as sheep before the
pherd. God then pause judgment
each according to nis merits, wait-
however until the day of atone-
t, ten days later, before passing
Alnal judgment.
Burns & Co. have in their New Hats,
s/ ome of the prettiest styles and,
pee we have yet seen are included
their fall line. Call and see them.
*ca right. 30-it
Mr. H. P. Smith, of Centerville, was
bthe city Saturday and made us a
ka 4 dsadd hIg name to
oar HStU
The Sunday morning Lanark Special
will be diseontinued after next Sunday
morning. It will be your last chance
ftserson teor a trip all in one day.e
member it if you wsh to make the
-t one-day trip of the season for a
dip and salt sir.
Koer Sale.
My farm just outside the city on the
west. Eighty-five acres good land;
good five-room residence; plank and
wire fencing; city water; telephone;
good barn. Admirably adapted for
poultry, stock, truck or tobacco. t
Masters Robert and Edward Gamble
left yesterday for Washington, where
they will be at school during tne win-
ter.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. A. H Ginsberg. Misses Bessie
and Julia Herring, Mrs. Morgan and
son, Mrs. J. G. Collins and daughter
and Miss Susie Black came up Thurs-
day after a pleasant season at Panacea.
iMrs. Morgan after visit to Apalachi-
cola, Bainbridge and St. Augustine will
return and, rumor has it, will take a
hand in managing Lanark Inn, having
fiven up her position at Panacea, who
s succeeded by Mrs. Armmon and her
husband who are now assisting Mr. J.
C. Trice.

Cured by Chambertain's Colic,
SChelera and Diarrhea Remedy.
When my boy was two years old he
l a very severe attack of bowel com-
nt, but by the use of Chamberlain's
ic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy we
ought him out all right," says Ma-
l"ickox, of Midland, Mich. Th-m
iedy can be depended upon in the
st severe cases. Even cholera in-
tum is followed by it FoUllow the
n printed directions and a cure Is
tain. For sale by all drUggists. *
ea*ulaa'9 9etleke.
inder irned Guardian of the Estates of Lila
Ok Griffith and Lna Ermilne Griffth minors.
lake application to the Hon. R. A. Whitlteld,
tr Judgeof Loen me VWtu. at hb of-
is the iuert eo. mt W.K. 3tfeth day of
e, A. D. 1901. at ten 0'eto a. m., for au-
to selle the undivided tw-thds Interests
e .I mkene t and to the follwta described
r~'t Id to CRh of, county
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aind i ejeeleat oddltiosa, and t asC i tynh.
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c "f ber the date of al.-Tuesday. October SIPCIAL TAE T r ThR AND FIRE
Tallha *o. Fla.. Sept. 6. 1906. 1 the intention of the City Council of the city
of Tallahasee. Florida. to pass an ordinance on
NOTICE OF ELECTION. the 25th day of October. A. D. 1M6,. providing for
the levy of a special tax of three and one-half
To the Sheriff of Leon County, of the State of mills, for water and fire protection, upon the tax-
Florida: able property within the corporate limits of the
Be It known that I, H. Clay Crawford. Secre- city of Tallah.asee. Florida, for the year A. D.
tary of State of the State of Florida. do hereby 1906. W.M. McI wroas, Jr..
give notice that a Gener-al Election will be held in President City Council.
Leon County. State of Florida. on Tuesday next Attoat:
succeeding the first Monday in November. A. D. ALEXANDER H. WI.LIAiAMa
1906, the said Tuesday being the Sixth Day of City lerk.
November. By direction of the City Council.
For One Representative of the 3rd Congres- Tallahassee. Fla., Sept. 13. 1906. 9-21-06-6t
sional District Fluries in the Sixtieth Congress .-.'
of the Usited iiatea. Ho.s ild urnlt re For Sale,
Fer TWo Justices of the Supreme Court of the
Stg of Flrid,. On the first Saturday In October I
of Florida. ad Commlioner for the State wish to sell all my Household Furniture
For One State Senator fot 8th Senatorial Dis- at my residence corner of Madison and
trict of the State of Florida. Bronough streets.
For Two Membern of the Hou.e of Re>rei.nta-
tives of the State of Florida. 30-2t Muas. J. E. WILKE8.
For County Asessor of Toaxe. -----'- "- -' --'W*
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rar UUityTrowurwr. I diree
For riv County Commissioners. direct from the mills.
For Three Members of the Countsy Board of 26-1m T. H. Randolph & Son.
Public Instruction.
For Justice of the Peace in and for the follow-
ing Justice Districts, vs:
.. a., 4.. ,9. 10, Don't Have Your
For Constable In and for the following Justicet
Nis. ri 1Cart Work BOTCHED
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set At the Mill.
my hand and affixed the rresa Seal of the .
[L. s.] State of Florida. at Tallahas"ee. the Capi-
tal. thn the first day of September. A. D. I AM THE
SSretrryofntote |ATIMBER CART
To CHARLES HOPKINS. Sheriff Leon County.
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See J. U. Cay wnen you wisn to buy Avai
a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
will give you the best at the closest I build th
prices. 51-tf Guarante
Wanted, District Manager. hundreds
Exclusive territory will be given to more ever
reliable and industrious man to repre-
sent the Washington Life Insurance For pri<
Co. of New York. Highest commis-
sions paid. Company issues every plan 1W O H, A
of contracts that any other company
has. Address Justin M. Williams, 901 P. 0.
English-American Building. Atlanta. Tallahassee,
Ga. 25-56t iaaassee,

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nesa Education. Bookkeepin g. Shorthand And Typowriting, I'etn Art, etc., thor-
ougkly taught by able aid experienced itstructa.
SPECIAL INDti('EMENrT offered for the first 30 IDAYS ONLY, begin-
nina Augut 1 9,. l904;. For particulars address


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General Builders and Contractors.

Repair Work and Painting
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Monroe Street.

See My Fall ad Wint& Good.

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

Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty.
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Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, ;
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Hot and cold baths ansurpasseed. Good table. Good beds.
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Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equipped stables.
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lasts. This is a good strong bed with five up-
right spindles between the pillars at head and
and foot and a brass ornament on each of the
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Buggies made in Georgla. Buggies made in
lina. Buggies made in Virginia. Buggies mad6

North Carow
in Ohio.

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


South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
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