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:
October 5, 1906
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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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I NoT qALIFIED). age (Commissioners be and it is author- they"'steltheLU moneyv ,whoi soi proe-' Thne Tribune wishes that the people Horehound hyrup. I know it hassaved
ov. David S. Walker, genial, noble, ized to exercise the right of eminent cute them? The Attorney-Genera of Lee and DeSoto counties could get my children rom many sick pells"
whole-souled man that he was. always i domain in the condemnation of land for He i one of them. The Governor? He the relief they need. It is a necessity Soldby all Druggist a
had a good story to tell, and always'' the location of its canals, drains, levees is their chief The legislature? They with them. They must have it, "sooner
. told it well. A coterie of lawyers at dikes and reservoirs for the purposes will be above the legislature by virtue or later. The Tribune will be always "To work or to jail," is the ultima-
in front of the old St. James Hotel in aforesaid, and many enter upon, take w e tu the idlconstitution as among the frt tocoorat with thm tu hitless negros
Tallahassee, telling stories of amusing, and use such land as it may pending on an equal footing with the La in getting it in a safe, sane manner. of Tampa. If the same slogan were
s ea in court. Someone spoke of the condemnation proceedings deem neces- onan equal footing wit hte L 8i^ gut the Tribune cannot and will not adOlpte( throughout the State and
difficulty of getting jurors to intelli- sa.ry. foruch purposes, and in ascer- In a word, they can de as they please ucribe to a scheme which under the strictly lived up to. it would be a b
gently understand the formal questions taming the compensation to be paid for ano thefy cefon n auth op r unee of effetingt at relief for a suf- thing for Florida. in the prevention
asked on examination as to their quali- uch land or right-of-way, benefits to power, having juriliction over th erern port-ion of the people, seeks irn crime and the solution of the labor
nations in murder case, or. as the e derived from such drainage shall be any more than the Lgislature or the connection with such relief, to provide problem.- Lakeland News.
lawyers call it. on their voirdoire Gov considered by the jury. "any..rem. than the .power o ...t anm for the e's"vement wA top--
JWalker was then judge of the circuit Section 85. The Legislature may iSupreme Court has the power to set a means for the lrue nveenwt ald p;- Jl Cae r
rt and had just returned from hold- provide for the assessment of benetis e overrof the Statepealconty clause or on Tribune. hle popl.was a man of nrve, but sickness
asked term in Apalachicola. He told derived by lands by reasons of such st or y ofrthav he nti t n.hh nw the ou ite mark i nd he became aged K
awould-be juror who prich ted himrlie drainage and the collection thereof; Governor B ard sas that I any e Plant City Courier. "With his time Sickness is often caused
examinaton onvor dine an the' ceeds therefrom shall be paid toone of these men should do -wrotegput the lawmakers and moulders of public torpid liver. Herrbine will r6ut4
Scasered dr eweek H t rd of Drainage Commissioners our liver and ve you al t
forepthejusaq.uestwiheiensab uttofoe sh idno themnfor such drainage a mue MtheA1 Erle. coWvKdy halth "84
with more or less show of comprehen-T and nobody has ever eve to. the dei .r w"
ion and stuttering hesitency,. or the i T Mch Peower that one o them be puA
(Continued on page S.i The advocates of the now famous They admit that th*e a.1i S ,mtla(oits fcr Job

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Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Bqual Justice to Alla-Special Privileges to None.

I think J. ,G. Spottwod th bt re..T a, r. A S ert we M T Wi e C* m If Crre h Kilmm a., Sept. ./
A 0mM. 3S bisasi bO2eO-

conteur lever heard. Many the time Coming Election We 1epabish It-Read It Carefely an Then VoeAgainst It In To the Editor of the Tampa TIlA !
have I sat in the social circle and lis- I have read with Interest
tened to his stories and reminiscenses W People of Florida Broward's speech delivered in Tq
told in that inimitable and droll way pe- Senate Joint Resolution No 285: 'drainage amendment poh-pooh the ob- to pay over to the State school fund 2 and would request you to print
culiarly his own No one else can sue- B section that, if adopted, it will place per cent of the money coming into their facts-the other side of the pleth '
u nlo? fr Being a joint resolution proposig an too much power in the hands o five hands. pnd they admit that they have r 1 ....... .. 0S .W
'cessfully repeat them, for no one elbe amendment to Article 16 of the Consti- n Thepo allege tin the tax asse not do ne it. They admhve applied this I had several year.' ex
autcnnofrnmen. They allege tt the tax asses- not dote it. The" have appied this .
can give them the spice and facial ex- tuition of the State of Florida relating sor and the commiasioners of the va. school money to other purposes. Now. constructing canalato drain m. l -
pression that he can. He told me a to the drainage. reclamation and im- rious counties are clothed with even su- what do you call that? Misfeasaunc? as the superintendent of the-
story of a lawyer well known in his day provement of the swamp and overflow- period power in the fixing of land val- Malfensance? Not embezzlement. for and Gulf Coast Canal anid Ok
thtl wish I could repeat with half the ed lands, the creation of a Board of ues. but they forget that the acts of they are all honest men, and you can ILand Company. Abot thirty
effer he told it to me. It was back in Drainage Conimissioners, prescribing these officials are sateacL to revision by stake your life on the assertion that nott canals were .m e in the ppet'
the seventies or early eighties, before its powers and duties, authorizing the the courts, whereas tle drainage board, one of them would apply to his own Use glades, or the ,ands borderla
DeSoto county was formed and when establishment of drainage districts, a if put in the constitutiun, will be actu- money that did not belong to him. Okeechobee, and these borderit
Pine Level was the county seat of Man- drainage system, the building of canals, ally a branch of the tate government, But they have diverted this school are practically all of the vst l
atee. Spotswood was clerk of the cir- levees, dikes and reservoirs for pur- with powers not subj at to question by money and not paid it over as the law gludes that is not absolutely
cult court, and he and Judge Blank poses of drainage. irrigation and corn- the Legislature or any court. Read the, requires; and yet these same ofticial!s For thirty year or more
roomed together for a time at a prinma-, merce, the assessment of lands to be proposed amendment carefully, and see are under the juri-diction of the Legis- watched the eforta of others (i
tive boarding hose at the county seat. drained. reclaimed. improved and hene- If the objections made pre not founded I lature and of the Suipreme Co urt; they vati o of muck land.. Amon
The judge was an excellent lawyer and fitted by means thereofthe collection of on a just basis. Consider these objec-' are not constitutional ollicers, as this the present State Chemist, R..
most estimable ptntleman, but was ad-; necessary furds by assessments of ben- tionss; amendment now proposes to make them. who spet abo00t $60,000 on hsl
dicted, occasionally, to the flowing efits of taxation, and providing for the First, neither the Legislature nor the Now if. as 4STiiUToutY OFFICKS they do farm and made a complete fail
bowl. He was engaged in drawing a management and maintenance thereof, courts will have any power to review. what they please with school money, is new t I l. MGov r -v
bill in chancery and doing his writing and for exercise of the rirht of emi- annul or enjoin. any nct of the drainage what may we expect them to do when the people of Florida of the
in the room occupied jointly by himself nent domain, and for the sale and uses bard the become CONSTITUTIONAL offleers utility *f the v,4.
and Spotawood. Working by the light of said laInds for the urpos of drain- Second, the board' is not required to and out of the rehch of the Legislature? man spent $100, .atSth
of a smoky lamp, the judge would al- age, reclamation and improvement of make any accounting of nmoneys re- We say them and speak in the press. cis Goblet expended f ly' a*
ternately write at his bill, then puff his said swamp and overflowed lands within ceived or expended, though they are ent tene. with reference to the drain- a number of other. meidin t'
pipe, and thenj harlpen his wits with a the State of Florida given despotic power to collect and ex- age board, hut we want it understood Towne., of Tampa, spent i& 1m
nip from the bottle. Fvery lawyer The following amendment to Article pend vast sums of money. They do not that we have confidence in this present and failed to produce etp 'rop s.
knows how prone we are to indulge in XVI of the Constitution of the State of have to reportto the Legislature or any board, notwithstanding the fact that, This was the resUlt on muk
high sounding phrases in drawing bills Florida he and it is hereby agreed to other body or institution. i their other capacity as Trustees of the vicinity of Ki.aimmee, o."a-
in chancery--"and your Orator further and shall be submitted to the electors Third, they will exist as a taxing the Internal Improvement Fund, they not been inunda&toi els- l
says" this or that, and "complainant of the State at the general election to power for an indefinite term of years. have misapplied the share which be- tar superior to any anth
avers that defendant did willfuly" do be held on the first Tuesday after the o limit is fixed to their term of office longs to the school fund. The grest St. Clo's t g.
soand so. Judge Riank was prolific, first Monday in November. A. D. 1 ,90 e as a board, and they y continue in d Our contention is that, even in the can bie purehas fore t the
that night, in the use of big legal terms for ratificationor rejection. existence long after heir work has n hands of the most righteous of men, buildings cost that new steMd It
and high sounding phrases. Whenever Section 32. The Governor, the Comp- been accomplished. this proposed drainage amendment is a js fenced, has a 86-s.oet ae alMI
he completed a page or so he insisted troller, the State Treasurer, the Attor- Fourth, they will ha e power to lo. I dangerous thing, and the people had to, has stad ed Met e mallslt
on reading it to Spotswood for his crnt- nev- General and the Commissioner of cate a drainage distri and levy the better vote against it.--Punta Gorda l M -
lam, and each time received the as- Agriculture of the State of Florida, tax anywhere the p in the State, Herald.
starance that it was fine and that his and their successors in office, are here- though we are told thaionly the Okee- r.^~- health pot, iefreoalttMl
bill was irresistible. Finally, Spots- by constituted and designated as a chobee district will be created or af- Drainage *ad Despotism. insect. Compare tM wi th
wood went to bed and to sleep while Board of Drainage Commissioners, and fected upder the proposed amendment. Some of the Tribune's esteemed otaimd imet-lades i~ro
the judge continued his work, alternat- are hereby authorized and empowered Wherever there Is a forty-acre swamp friends and readers in the to-be-drained- nese kwan as the Et-iU04gla-
ing, as I have said, between his bill, his to establish a system of canals, drains, or marsh in the State the board may if-possible region, doubtless miscon- na .. t: A al
pipe and his bottle, adding to this pro- levees, dykes and reservoirs of such di- establish a drainage district and levy string kindly jost for bitterness and ...e -1 ri0o B
gram, as the night wore on, an occa- mensions and depth, as, in the judge- the tax. Not only this, but, enmity have imbibed the notion that slightingly Giovea 1
slonal stroll around the yard to quiet ment of said Board of Drainage Con- Fifth, under the proposed amendment the Tribune is conducting a warfare on far mpre vl Lable
his surging thoughts. He would insist missioners, is deemed advisable, to the taxes collected from the Okeecho- their best interests. It has been noised 1*.*s, .Msum .
at intervals that his sleeping roommate drain and reclaim the swamp and over- bee district may be wbyexnded in around in the ounie f Leeand Oe-
wake and hear what he had written, flowed lands within the State of Flor- draining the marshes,A Feorindina or Soto that the Tribune is aginn" the o ..WV r F W Iw-
and Spotswoo, in a gopd-natural.b da, or such parts or portions thereof as the lagoons and bayous of Pensacola. drainage plan because they want it and able to reolalt -.
drowsy way, a ways to him it was ex- is deemed best by said Board of Drain- A drainage district may be established need it. Nothing tould be more erron-. Did the little plenic per
excellent. So it went until the night was age Commissioners from time to time, at Tallahassee, to include Lake lamo turned from Okeechoeu w
well-nig gone and, Stw d wre and to provide for the irrigation of the nis, and the taxes therefrom applied to The Tribune clearly stated its position said Okeechobe could be
a hand almost exactly like the judge lands reclaimed, and to maintain such the drainage of the Everglades. on the drainage proposition long ago, drained, remember that -Lake O
he determined on a practical joke that drains, canals, levees, dikes and reser- The present offcals who, if the and has repeated it at frequent inter- chobee took care of the rainfall Uaf eM
he hoped would put an end to the break- voirs in such manner as will be most ad- amendment is adopted, will constitute vals. entire Kissimmee valley, a terrlo
ing of his slumber. Takm~r advantage vantageous to the territory so drained, the drainage board, are honorable men While it doubts the practicability of 4, square miles in extent as w
ofone of the udge's strolls, he crept the State of Florida, its inhabitants and and will not do such outrageous acts as the scheme, the Tribune has always the rsnfall of in own sura Wik
out of bed and wrote in the manuscript the commerce thereof. those indicated: but, when bank resi- said that it believed that the people n last year was 72 inches? A. have
where the judge had left off, Sic sem Section 33. That the Board of Drain- dents steal millions and trusted insur- the affected district needed drainage n issimmee riverstrteh fro
per tyaanni-E pluribus unum ,hocu age Commissioners are hereby author- ance officials spend thousands of other and ought to have it the Tribune's quar- lors creek to Fish Eatingo creek,
pous and General Jackson." He had ized and empowered to establish drain- people's life insurance money tocorru t rel has not been with the drainage dea, tance of at least thirty miles. th
rdly gotten back to bed in felned age districts and fix the boundaries legslators and buy elections, it is notl- of itself, but rather with the consthu- of a sheet of water 80 miles wide d
sleep wen the judge returned, too up thereof in the State of Florida. That in but simple prudence that the people tional method by which it is proposed to from 4 to 10 ftet d e I l
his pen and without noticing the added the Board of Drainage Commissioners o Florida demand reasonable protec- carry it out Lake Okeehobee and on sit
words, finished the great thought with be and it ia authorizes and empowered tion against the contingencles of the The Tribune does not believe that the "asR imalm matter to aIt@h tit
which he hd been tru He to prepare a list or listsef all the allu- future, and the proposed amendment people of Florida ought to authorisethe esnals In adiiton to t a iMom
readi to him with animation, for the lands swamp and overflowed taxable does not affordthe least particleof such creation of a powerful new branch of flow of water, It .is a fet t the
readi him with animation, for the lands within such drainage district or protection They tell us that the peo. the State Government, which are con- lower Portion of the E.lgdes are
bottlehad byl this time made him par- districts. and levy thereon an acreage pie are very unlely to elect dishonst tituted by the .mendment now before subject to tides. C ahhl
retiached theuar biant added woma-hinati voie. He tax not exceeding ten cent per acre men as State officers. True; but we the people, woul4 have tert powers of ta lades wed be alem.
reached the added word-his voice per annum to be fixed annually by said elected an honest man once as State than either of the otherbranches and, a fact dry k will bum equal t
dropped. his brow contracted, and a Board of Drainage Commissioners. and Treasurer-Clarence B. Collins-and he at the same time, be subject to noneof straw, and th.uands of dollars ha
puosied look came over his face. Sic- the various tax asseasors of the various lost $150,000of the people's money. He those legislative or judicial restrictions b an spent .hting fire In the lauk,
sem--ic-why, what the d--? E- counties embraced in a part or in whole was not to blame, but he lost the money. which hedge about the ordinary public and thousand of acres have been e.
pluribus--hocus-po--Well, I'll be within sueh draingedistriet ordistricts servant of the State stroyed by fire in this vicinity. Whe.
!" And then, shoving his manu- shall receive such list or lists and enter Along about e perod This branch of government, thus cre- once the Evergides is dry enough for
script aside he pressed his hand to h the same upon the tax rolls of the coun- Treasurer Polk, of Tennessee; ated would, as te amendment itself cultivation, ill he Internal Improve-
troubled brow. "Spots," said he, "I 11' tv or counties in which such lands may urers Hemingway, of MississippI, an shows, be superior auth rity of the law. ment Board keep uporganisedare -
finish some other time-l'm not feeling li'e and th" amount so levied by the the State Treasurer of Alabama made sh r he. court. It would not pames to put out the free, or will theo
well, I've had a slight attack of-ver- Bard of rainae Commissioners in w with many thousands of the pco- make reqs irned toe anycourts. It accounting 1 ville and Nahville Railroad Com-
tigo." He went to bed but not to slepp, such man..r and arm. as may be pre- pke s moneyI And tneue Pyberli were the
for he was 5sobredl, trouhled and w"" ascribed by the Board of Drainage Comrn- all bonded. Our drainage commission- be unlimited ns to term andl privilege counties drain it for them? Hillsboro
plexed' Spotswo(od saw him the next rmT. iorera from time to. time, which ers will not be bonded. nd would have bolu power to m remember that the ive coune
day, puzzling over the bill. but a..munts hallcollected by the various Sixth, under the pretext that the in- and would have bsolutrevr 4' acrlwer to m- ubt rkemembedr tha wort thle ls, impeoutia-s
Judge did not allude to it for .eve.l t clictors of the counties wherein terests of drainage and irri rtio.n re- swmp .r mtaxrtl, w.iht .revr foun4) .rs the siblidrilm a r n'ighborthless .mp
SThen Srotsol asked Im h.e such le.vie.s have ben male as other quire it. the board may employ a hot ~w.atl of F r mi.t e f th e siI Mctfully her neighbors.
finished it, and the now tuly d,- taxes are collected in accordance with of men, political adherents. as inpect- 'ah a edv has ni o place i t fre..' W. L. VANDUzoB.
pressed Judge Blank saidl no. he h.d not i. ,nd pay ovtr siid amount collected ors and superintonmdentsof drainage p ^^^
worked on it since. 'The tr:n > t ttie Boird of Drainage Commissinn. erations, of dykets, lhve'.4 drains al overntn. pop of h pro. A .o Wo y Articl.
*Spots,"' said he, 'I ann n.ll er ^ S.ail ( ommiuieionrs shall hav m canals, and thus luo up a formlabl Sud drainage. lstrt th.emp!vea will Wh-n hn article has been on the
worn out It has Neen cowning 'n a lien | ror to all other liyS upon th, political mach., wa rine. t' rama li t n.itte ; mrkwt for .in ars and tains friends
for some time. I have Ifelt it- graelul ai e ,. rr lands in( any such lrainage diem.- Now, we do not 'bh rge' that the oan' it teans much to th us their w nn ust et rv.rv v.ur. it is af to call this medi-
approach, ne(I Iam tointgto tak** trip trict. to be enfonted tax levy. for w ill do all or any of t eme things, lbutitt mean miuch to the',; their i yeut. a ,.r" yur, it i afe t call this Bal-ad'
for rest and recreation lHe took the th. cost of any work done under" the we do assert that the amendment will future nma their in it l t .si- ore hoind awo one Such is Bally cures
trip and can, back, feeling as. he said (,, ,ins hereo(f, or done, prior to the' give them the power; andif they should unfort nmate in their sint. er,, hiirhsamad yrup rditeasey. eOnure
' "much improved in mind and body adoption of this amendment, under the abuse this power to e,5frevs or wrong hinae beci made theor ccti'nm, t createt. t'ugh m.nt t'uknn m erhants in Mobile
SBut he went to his grave bhelieving th. t provisions of an act of the L.egislature th people t nay, if they should openly if tis itate, a pond rous jugernaut says: "tFor iv. ears my family a
he himself wrote those words in that paped in t190. ahora us tte a indt je t not t by:en trubved wya the watmr
chancery bill. Section 34 That the Board of Drain- all the drainage funds collected-what ofwer which may grind the ,p at nt en troubled with the witer
eton3. ht h ado riI .. . ......... ., ,; the will of its mastes, cough,, and we awe this to Ballard's



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"Obfstlsated Editor lorada, of the
unta Gordas Herald, does not appear so
much "obfusticated," after alL On
our first page read an editorial from his
excellent newspaper, and the amend-
ment Gov. Broward is stumping the
State in an effort to have passed, that
would make him and his henchmen and
advisors our masters. We do not be-
lieve the people of Florida will vote to
give five men any such power. How
anxious that Board seems to be our
Zarish Bosses! Have they not now
more power in internal improvement
apd drainage matters than they should
have? They sell lands when they please,
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Up*2 that ailliual M ia WM arsty
o Ian M ThW ral m t of 0 4 ais i of renwo.
dispute the *sessity or fusibulty of, ons ar gives for this state of affairs,
drainig the vrglades, nor will iteon- but so far these have bemn far from the
tend that the probable east will be-u- real truth. Ask any of the passengers
reasonable, but it firmly believes that on either the Atlantic Coast Line or the
the ammedent by which it is proposed Seaboard Air LiU running through the
to ateomplih the drainage, is fraught interior sections of the State, and they
with too much danger to be ineot ptA d will tell you that at almost every sta
Into our State constitution. For exam- tion can be seen anywhere from three
pie: It is positively not true that the or four toa dosea loungers. And these
money derived from taxing the ever- are not all negroes, by any means.
glades lands must be spent in draining Take the total of the stations and the
the everrgldes. It may be used on the total of the loungers, and the State has
marshes of Apalachicola. Read the an army of unemployed that is truly as-
amendment and see if this is not cor- tonishing. Dealing with this same sub-
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How often people condemn in others tor what t'hey please, never publishn a rec. uval and Naqsau may be axed ject, the Liive Oak Democrat says: and earnest in its tragedy aU comedy,
what they do themselves. staterrent of their transactions, are ac- for the benefit of Monroe and Dade. "There are enough habitual loafers- while a novel is only a make-believe.
-- -.------ - - countabli to no one, are under no bond, That is why the whole has an interest vagrants within the meaning of the It supplies snacks of biography in the
o Where is Governor Broward at, and undoubtedly are rxtraoagant. In in the question at issue.- -Volusia Her- law-hanging around the railroad de- form of gossip. It manufactures he.
and what is he up to anyhow 7 I view of these facts is it not "cheeky" aid. pots in Florida, especially at train time, roes by the dozen and it furnishes an
S: to ask Floridians to give them Contsi- .. to fully make up the widespread short- easily digestible intellectual pabulum.
Call at the office and get a copy of uional power to continue to do busi- The Editorial, Senatoral and Con-m a age in labor if they were put to work. Many a man has been saved from mel- in an unbuiness like manner, two days trip to the edge of the Ever- And these same loafers give visitors to ancholy and fatuity by his daily paper.
ou .* -. ... Floridians will hardly pass any such glades. They have adopted resolutions the State who observe them from the Suppress your newspapers and you will'
Vote to pass the drainage amendment measure i,favoring the draining of the Everglades car windows a very large disgust, which have to enlarge your lunatic asylums."
to the Constitution and you vote against favoring te draining of the EvergladesPh S
to the Conbestitution andof yours votelf against your DRNEADS PICTURiE POSTED. and upholding Broward in his great they carry with them to their distant Perhaps Sir James is right. Certain
the bestInterests of yourself and your DRUNKARDS PICTUi homes, where they spread the tidings it is that the modern, up-to-date Amer.
cit in l o a A dispatch from Fon du Lac, Wis- scheme. These gentlemen were guests homes, where they spread the tidings it is that the modern up-to-dat Amer-
fellow citiensallover Florida.of ept., th, says: Habitual of a city in the Everglade country-a that nobody works in Florida."-St. ican newspaper can hardly be charged
Setnin, of Sept., 26th, says: Habitual of a city in the Everglades country-a with producing nerve lassitude or in-
The Dr. Crill boom for Governor is drunkards in Fon du Lac are hereafter city heartily in favor of drainage for Auustine record. with producing nerve latitude or in-
showing symptoms of strong vitality, to be photographed and their ptcttres the reason that she will be benefitted Officers all over this country should somnia, whatever its other sins may
The Jacksonville Floridian and the will be conspicuously posted up in every by the draining of the Everglades, and keep a most watchful eye on all kinds be.--Atlanta Constitution.
Gaineville Sun, two strong papers, are saloon in the city. A resolution to this we do not blame her. It would have of "dives." They are to be found in SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES.
behind it, and they evidently mean busi- effect has been passed by Common been the height of impoliteness for the almost every city and town, and
ness.--Live Oak Democrat. Council. party to have done otherwise than sign from them comes nine-tenths of all Via Georgia, Florida and Alabama
The contention of opponents of the A member representing the liquor in- a mild resolution or something of the kinds of evils of the day The mere fact Railway.
drainage amendment is that, "even in terests introduced the measure and kind, inasmuch as they had been royal- that gangs of loafers can be found GULF COAST RESORTS Low
the hands of the most righteous of urged Its immediate passage, on the ly entertained by a city so hospitable, about them at all times is proof that round trip rate tickets on sale daily ui-
men," it would be dangerous to the ground that the existing law punishes Veni, vidi, vici. But are we to set such places are not to the best interest September 0th. Final limit for re-
best interests of the people of Florida, saloon keepers -for--serving habitual aside the careful reports made after of any community. See that the loaf- WEEK END AND SUNDAY RATES
and every citizen should vote against it. drunkards, and that the barmen have careful surveys of the United States ers of such places go to work if they -To Gulf Coast resorts round trip tick-
S- no means of distinguiseing them. experts, who say draining of the Ever- have to be out in the chain gang. ets on sale Saturdays and Sundays.
All Florida sympathizes with Penna- Final limit for return following Mon-
All F orida sympathizes wit lend If every notice to saloonkeepers for- glades is utterly impracticable, for the Times-Union ShorlTfalk Man says: day
cols in the great destruction of life and bidding them to sell liquor to a certain one-day opinion of a party of enthused "If the state is to pay its share for! ATLANTA, GA.-Home Coming for
property y the storm, an all admire person containing a picture of that per- excrsionists.--Lake Butler Star. drainage, where will the money come Georgians. Special rotund trip rates.
the pluck and enterprise of her citizens so the dealer could pante it up in a T from? The Internal Improvement Tickets to be sold October 9th and 10th,
in the splendid manner in which they u The draining of the Everglade might with final limit for return October 20th,
are handlidg the situation Pensacola they onspy e a li te anr dnot produce in South Florida produce Fund is already drained The trustees 1906. By payment fee 50cents tickets
are h lg the situation. Pensacola know Instantly if the mian applid for can give no title to any land they would can be extended to October 30th.
Penollans are great a drink. in South Florida the paradise that Gov. like to sell to pay for drainage. If ST. GEORGE'S ISLAND, FLA-
"Among the greatest sufferers by The task of e curing pictures of Broward predicts, but if a crowd of the work of dranage to b carried Steamer Crescent City from Apalachi-
"Among the greatest uffrrs druukards and sending the notices to grafters should happen to be drainage the work of drainage is to be carried cola every Tuesday and Friday night.
thehurricane are the naval stores oper- the saloon is placed upon the police. commissioners the powers the amend- on and the state is to pay its share, it Round trip rate 50 cents.
stores. Some of them who had boxed No photographs have yet been taken ent would e w e ae can only come from taxation of the SUMMER TOURIST RATES--Roun
thousands of trees and who were worth under the new act. m people. Drainage of the Everglades trip tickets to tourist points in Tennes-
S like their positions too well tobewillingsee, North and South Carolina, Michi-
thousands of dollars last week, have lke their positions too well willing would mean drainage of the treasury, see, North and th Carolina, Michi-
NEW YORK'S STRONG PLATFORM. to swa Tallahassee for paadise.- f the tan, Canada and the East and North
been almost completely ruined, their The New York tate Dmocrac ha Times-nion. and drainage of the pockets of the selling daily till September 30th, with
turpentine farms having been destroyed The New York tate Demoracy haTimes-nion.people." final limit for return until October 31st,
by the wind. come out on a platform just about as The editorial of Editor A. P. Jordan, If the energybeinxpended by Gov. ATLANTA, GA. -Ge
.s... ... solid an old Jeffersonian principles could of the Punta Gorda Herald, which he Broward on his Everglades drainage Tickets to be sold daily October 9th to
Forty-four light-houses were either possibly make it. Read the following: wrote after his return from the Lake craze could by any possibility be switch- 20th, inclusive, with final limit for re-
swept into the sea, and lost, or the 'Resolved, That Democrats should Okeechobee excursion -- in which he ed to some scheme having for its aim turn October 23d 1906.
structures are so baely damaged that no recognize and repudiate boss rule in seem have used his eyes to sore bee to the people, thMEMPHIS, TENN. Convention
lights can be shown, and four lighthouse every form, and especially efforts from purpose-has been quite widely copied might now be o etnin in Florida. there Brotherhood of St. Andrew. Round
kep w drowned during the latript any direction to obta control of the might now be something Florida tri ticket on ale Oct. 15th, 16th, 17th,
keekers were drowned during the last any direction to obtain control of the in the State press. In it he expressed There are ways in plenty for which the 1Qth. Final limit October 31st, 1906.
week's hurricane, Is the summary of a party organization by purchase, by in- his objections to the drainage amend- State can spend its revenues to good By deposit of ticket and payment of fee
report made by the United States timidation, or by hired agents. met so clearly and explicitly that his purpostae without our Go revernues goo ng o cent limit may be extended t
Lighthouse keeper. These lights were "That the principles of the party re- logical manner of treating that objec- himpurpoself over wthout our Governor chasing Nov 30 1906.OERY ALA. Alabaa
toestedon the coast and adjacent islands quire unflinching opposition to protec- tionable piece of tinkeringhimself over the State in a frenzy to MONair. RGOMERY ALA Alabama
between the south Mississippi river tionism, socialism and imperialism. We c on n has aroused admiration.- for a measure of doubtful value, once Oct. 20th and daily from Oct. th to
and Mobile. The inspector did not in- recognize the right and ability of the Times-Union Short Talks. -OredtPatk es 26th. Final limit Oct. 29th, 1906.
vestigate the light-house losses be- people to regulate and control public in- ecured. alatka MACON, GA.--Georgia State Colored
tween Mobile and Pensacola. terests in the State, but we resent any We had intended to have nothing to The recent excursion through the Ev- Agricultural and Industrial Fair. Round
The Great Napolean Bonaparte Brow- effort to commit the party to a socialis- say whatever, more than we have al- erglades section from Fort years made tp tickets on a Nov. th to 17th
d& Governor of Florida, may return tic position or to dicate the polley of the ready said, about Gov. Broward'sdrain- at least one convert to Gvernor Bow- BFinaRMl liHAmit Nov. 20th-Alba 106n
to Tallahassee to spend his 8undays. Democratic party. age amendment which is to be voted Carter of Gainesville, who was n the Home Coming. Round trip tickets on
le how anxious and how persistent he "That policy should be the outcome of upon at the approaching November excursion, returns full of enthusiasm sale Oct. 14th and 15th. Final limit
is travellinr abot, pkading with free a full, free and untrammeled expression election. But on second thought we may be counted on as a drainage sup- Oct. 21st, 1906. By deposit of ticket
A(ae of the opinions of th party In open believe that we would be remiss in our porter from now on.-Live Oak Demo- and payment of fee of 50 cents 1 limit
Amlericana (Folbul a) to make himself convention a mbledthewhom crat. mayWbeextended until Nov. 21st, 1906.
iduty to thepeople among whom we MACON, GA. -Macon Centennial
and four other the political masters --- yJust so, and he may now be put down Fair. Rond. trip tickets on saCentledaily
d bosses of the "der people, but No one knows as yet what the drain have lived so long did we not at least as the administration'ss candidate for Oct.1stto th exceptOct 7th.
hae you noted the fest that he do age of the Everglades will cost. Ex- tell them what our views on the subject Speaker of the next House of Repro. limit Oct. 13th.
t lambat or refer to the L. N. pert ayit will take millions of dol- ahe question to be considered is not sentatives," and Editor Eugene Mat- NEW ORLEANS, LA.- Supreme
Railroad, while he goes for all the lars Where will the money come from Gov Broward's honesty in the matter; thews will give him a lively race and sadge K of P. Round trip tickets on
others Why excep rom people o orid not whether the drainage plan is feasi- there are numbers of Floridians who Oct. 30th. By deposit and payment of
... ...-.. -. How else except by eventually taxing ble or practicable; not whether the would like to see Representative Mat- 50 cents, limit may be extended to Nov.
Govrnor Broward comes pretty near the people. Will it not be dangerous lands drained would be enhanced in thews elected. Why should the admin- 30th.
putting In his full time now jumping to'pass that amendment to the consti- value, but whether the people, the tax. istration have special candidates for For full information as to rates and
from post to pillar, running a stump tution which will place in five unbonded value, bu whether h such positions? candidate for schedules, please call upon your nearest
speaker's campaign in advocacy of the men the right to fix that taxation? payers of the State, would be benefited w G. F. & A. Aent or wrte to
passageof a constitutionalamendment, e a i il o thereby. Because we say it it doesn't make it i. A cTYER, Gen. gt
p eof a constitutional amendment Remember, they ask in it full power to As to the lands n the Everglades true, and if we didn't say it it would be Bainbridge, a.
Inwhich it is proposed to make him and do as they please, and they will not be they are involved in a law-suit. O true all the san*. The Live Oak Daily F. P. WOODWARD, T. P. A.,
the other members of his drainage accountable to anyxxy for their acts they are involved in a law-suit. Our Democrat is the best daily paper for its Tallahassee, Fla.
the other members of his drainage acctable to anybody for tlac her acts.whole State Legislature granted every acreof age in the South, considering population --- -
absolutely masters of the 'Untale, far'intes Florida wish to plahofve her whole them to various railroad companies. and the field surrounding it. it is the LETTER TO JOHN S. WINTHROP.
absolutely mastr of th fr trt in th hnd of v zrs, with The Trustees of the Internal Improve- effort of the management to give the Tallahassee. Fla.
as Internal Improvement and drainage the, head of the board under the intlu- ent r people of Live Oak the very best paper
matters are concerned 'Why ire they ic'we of slick schemers' We believe "nt Fund, for the first time in the i is possible to give them, and the daily Dear Sir-Here's a tale with three or
so anxious for thesel great I'wt rs itnd el ot! history of our State, refused to make should go into every home in Live O0k four tails to it. Prof. Irvine has an
privileges? The slick Isdltican.* wish it If you are a rehligius mnan you should d deeds, and the railroad companies went and into many outside of it. It is only academy at Mercersburg, Penn. He
to enable themn t build is i'wt'r- take note tnat th. Itrio hs seeme o to to law to compel them to dos ten cents a week, delivered, and any- saints the floors in summer vacation.
to nalilthem to M lhn. up ttt lwer lke note tnt the lrl h n to ltinooto i, IIly can afford that. Like uak Demo- It used to take 90 gallons of paint.
fAl Political Mat-hine. take much intre.-st in imun's personal It is not wise, it is not good policy, crat. There were two paint stores there, and
lUiels. In retling thie I'salms onei; nor i, it in accordance with good busi- 'Tis true. nid Talluhasseeans should he used to buy (one year of one, next
The St. lPete.rsurg In,.Il,,-nt hu- .truk with thI ferv,,ni y f the prayl s nes4n miethois. to spend thousands of com, t our assist nce and hell) us ear of the other) 90 gallons year after
Ing April said: "Thl.h ( ovi.'n r is at .,f ivil,. that the I,d,,r w,.uiI blast his ldolars of the people's money in ia- make it sible to have one just like Now he paints D.voe, so gallons; and
tempting to dl'iri:, tlhe' l'.v,,rglahins sli ,,ad cii 's kit th'e L ,,,rl .,,,e:s to ha ve 'rl'vaig property which may be lost. it. Tallahasseeans. ton, shonlth sub- th. dilTerence is a saving of $150 a year.
the State tre'*ury sit th .w iit ne. el no att.eni.t>ion. hrist has laiddllown Ilut, again, supp Thrre it O, dut hl th, I lnt ,,r p i- 1 n. ui i i r ,U i thist there were no question scrib ttood man. but he wouldn't take up De-
Thr wil l,? I hot tlin h lu. t i,,n 'r- n mighiv t:,'i iil, .Ie"but h,'w t, treat !ttut the title of the State to these If the drainage should ve; so we turned to the other, J. A.
ject w~Il be it .t w ..s Nr e,ui, niao.Ke is, with them. hinds, ,v.n then they should not .w ex- dtra iwes the re as Bod. But Fallon has found it neces-
that paper* ,i--. if!,rent ,,i \V. t Tain't tbe If n munot Da-. ,enhd in drinumm tie Evrglades. nor get the arbitrary ,welg they are ask-av to get a Food paint to compete
agree with it thllnt ine shildl 1 aeats ,ii to die l,,Lrd ciih t have inv other swamp. These lands, or ing, tlhey woulI not need to ask for any- with Devoe. He got one of the eight
be provided to rv. th. ovhis ,le ue iIeld tle'li" il,** by elivanLt. e,~rV dollar of the psceel.s derived thing else They could jiust take it.--- honest paints. Hie has a big hardware
bep damaged tu e ir'.i. .-. h, ,it,. h r ln i i. ho eu tir ilij t ii ir ri tier sale, belongs to the school Times-Unior store and is doing an xce lent hrd-
overflowed country, ut not that hrist sl of abolishing thn y I t is not wise it is not businesslike, Thooe "obfusticated editors who the run on paint- h. a little hardware
be done without draining the S;tat, by eiicilistaeui Tampa liini.s it is not to the interest of the farmers have just made a trip to the Everglades man.
taxation and otherwise? Will it be Aaneancemeat nf t this country. to take money which is We don't care how big or little a man
oaxtice or ontible to give tiv i I iet li A onuttce uet.i provided by law to educate their chil- have probably learned facts that fur- is, if he wants good paint and is active
pnracticleornbletoivt veoci I m now tilling out the unexpired dren and drain a swamp which two- their convinced them of their ignorance, and sound.
any such constitutional prvilveges nnd turm ntis Justice of the Peace for is- I thirds of already belongs to corpora- Probably they still know as much as Yours truly,
powers as are asked for in that amend- trict No 7. and will be a candidate for tons, with a fair prospect of their be- F W. DEvoE & Co,
ni Ilt not cheekyeflction for aame before the election in coming pomssessed of the balance of it. they did before they made the trip. NewYo
men to ask tfor any cauch power? Do November. JosIVA l)tNAN. The proceeds of the saleof that land,. The Everglades is a great big body of P. S. Gilmore & Davis Co. sell
thyexpet w 1oi dl ans tc vote to help Sale-i it put in the school fund, where the law "nothing" and one easy to get lost in. paint.
they expect Flordian to vote to help r says it should be plae wodUld benefit Let us hope none of the editors are still ------- *
them build up a gigantic mill for future Double-tarreled Brech-loading Shot every child of scheo t oiein the State. wondering where they are at but that See J. D. Cay when you wiash to by
poMthcal uWsM y and plunder? Who Gun used very little for sale cheap- Waste it in the 3vemad and the cor- they will be able to arbitrate intelli- a nice horse or any kind of vehicles. He
uth .lUnKiKe nbhind this whole drain- Appl to or addre s WM. CHILDS, 'Tal. poratloe are the ga and the chil- gently whether or not drainage is poe. will give you the best at thp closest
age ahme anyhow? lanasee, Fla. 82-tf dr are the lo-sse.-Jasper News. sible.--Miami Metropolis. prices. 14.t

agtliah aetbaity upon ieatn
nervous dMisee. '
Sir Jame bmIt oneof the iewl
is the pe- nl Aa (d-m otf
prem. Insan addreassmBtldym
at as'ekpool, be addi
"I say delibeateiy ha4 the
per, with .all ito ftult, to eme of te
bulwarks df saityat the presantepeA.
It is the antidote to orodlftge agotism
and gives a world-wide horitoa to the
purblind and short-sighted. It is real
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TW ua. H UHOMt.

tISMe. -aS aemaber of the blsa
avaanes to years his bleas as
what em tu an deal 4witlug
.0 0i IMteMy that tbpI tobe-
the diUteent places he would
almoet a. similarity.
theO yarn olm his 4eal tI a test
&from a table cover, a blanket,
a speed, a plee of carpet, or ay
sr 1terial that can be so arraganed
t w form a little place Into
hto erawL
At sI the best possible dwelling Is a
bW built of barrel staves, boards and
planks, and unknown to persecuting
adults, and espeelally to policemen.
A boy of ten would select a spacious
cave, with a marvelous secret entrance,
preferably with the entrance under
water at flood tide, with the doors cov-
end with heavy costly carpets, the
walls decor a with deadly weapons
Inlaid with d, silver and precious
stones, and with enough food stowed
awhy to enable the inhabitants of the
place to live for a year it necessary.
At twenty the heart's desire Is a
room in a large hotel where the cost
would be at least $8 a day and where
there would be a dinner at 7 o'clock.
with lots of -pretty and rich women
present, a big smoking room and plenty
of stationery with a heavy gold mono-
gram or crest stamped on It.
At twenty-five the best possible home
is a neat, comfortable modern flat in
some respectable neighborhood, not too
fat from the cars, theaters and shop-
ping district, and with asphalted streets
so there will not be too much oise.
At thirty-five the only proper dwell-
Ing is a town house, preferably situ-
ated near houses of men whose wealth
is reckoned In the tens of millions of
dollars and who really have consid-
erable money, said house to have a
mammoth ballroom, music room and art
gallery, and in addition to this house
another country house within easy dis-
tance of the city, and still again, in
addition to these two .houses, a mod-
est but quaintly elegant cottage at
some popular seashore resort.
`"-t fifty a man's tastes have toned
down, and be longs for a little cottage
In the country, where all is quiet,
where birds sing and there are chick-
ens in the yard, a cow in the stable, a
goodly plot of ground that continually
yields an unfailing supply of fresh veg-
etables and where all is modest.v,
sweet content and freedom from the
usual annoyances that make life a
At sixty the cottage has grown
smaller, and the man would be con-
.ent with less ground, fewer chickens
and vegetables and could get along
quite nicely without the cow.
At seventy any place will do so long
as a man Is not disturbed and has rea-
sonable assurance that he will not be.

ite W MAuRMssUI
S?"adh gMS V .am. So ttn. 9l0idb i h es8tabuisment
Te e 01shel 9 ,s and Tes herm o 1 . y. opposib Masonic Temple,
LWT when i want of Horses, Buggies, or
PON-Mftt a. J. L Brown has kindly
megted to de mato Fhriday Novem- Harnss.
S ,awt-wm11 Day at tl State He carries the best assortment 'of

,the li of South FloridTama. Buggies in Middle Florida, which he
& A =I-i will be dediCated solely to sells at reasonable prices, and on favor-
ed-atimoe puposes. Absolutely no
e t other than educational n char- able terms to responsible parties.
saetr will be allowed in this buildingL His stock of Haress is new and up to
and for the Anrst time in the history o
the State of Florida the educationafad- date, and include any and all articles
vanteaee of the State will be given in his line needed for county and city
ample space in which to be properly
displayed to the thousands of visitors to use.
the fair. .... In Heavy Harnw he has no rival.
Every school and college, either pub- In Heav Harness he has no rival.
lie or private, owes to itself and to the To turpentine and mill men he offers
State of Florida the duty of being rep- goods made especially for their use, and
*The premium list is so varied as to at prices that cannot be duplicated.
give every county, every town, every In his Stables are to be seen as fine a
school and every individual student an
opportunity to win a prize. A sum of lot of drivers, ingle and double, as
more than a thousand dollars has been were ever broug ht to this city.
appropriated by the fair association "
and subscribed by prominent citizens Call on him and examine his stock.
and educators of the State for these
different prizes. Apply at once to Hon. The Colored Normal and Industrial
T. J. L. Brown, Tampa, Fla., for a School.
premium list. The 20th annual session of the Florida
Exhibits will be permitted to be State Normal and Industrial school be-
placed in the educational building up to gan on the 3rd, with an unusually large
the date designated as Educational Day, irat-day attendance. All signs indi-
but application for space should be cate that within a fortnight the school
made as early aav possible. I sincerely will be crowded to overflowing in every
hope every school in the State will seid department. P0,M
an exhibit to the State fair this year. The president and faculty are espec-
A program appropriate to the occasion ially pleased with the general patron-
is being prepared. Several of the most age the school is receiving from all
noted educators of the country will visit sections of the State.
the fair on Educational Day and address Under the inspiration of the sympathy
those in attendance. An educational and cooperation of the Board of Con-
conference will be held that will be of trol, the school is entering upon an era
greater consequence than any confer- of unprecedented prosperity. There
ence of the kind ever held in Florida. were 175 students reported for duty the
From an educational standpoint for first day.
Small the students of the State and many -
teachers, a trip to the beautiful and A Sad Accident.
progressive city of Tampa and an at- Last Wednesday after cutting down
tendance of a day upon the State fair a tree which fell across an embank-
would prove very instructive; there- ment and which was afterwards sawed
fore I urge the county boards and su- into, and was being pried the pole
perintendents to allow the school chil-. flew out and struck Mr. S. T. Drake,
dren and teachers to attend the fair on son of Mr. John C. Drake, a young man
Educational Day without loss of time 26 years old on the head, which knock-
to the teachers. ed him unconscious. He afterwards re-
I would be glad to see every school covered somewhat and being assisted,
board member and county superintend- reached home, where he and his father
ent in attendance upon this occasion reside. He soon became unconscious
also. Yours very truly, again and Hon. W. D. Stoutamire came
M HOI.LOWAY, to Tallahassee for a physician, but he
State Supt. Public Instruction never rallied again and died Friday and
.. w. as buried in the Jackson Bluff Church'
Appreciate a Good Thing. burial grounds, the services being con-
ductedby Rev. Zed Russell. This son
S Bruce,. Wis., Sept 22, 1906. was his father's companion, the two
Editor True Democrat, Tallahassee. living alone, and the aged father has
Dear Sir- You have a very good pa- has thedeepest sympathy of his large
per and I enjoy reading it. I thank number of friends.
you very much for your kindness in -
sending it to me upon my request for a Devil's Island Torture
paper. Wishing you all success, is no worse than the terrible case of
I am Sincerely Yours, piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
. was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar-
We are daily receiving just such let- nica Salve, and less than a box perma-
ters as the above, which goes to show neatly cured me, writes L. S. Napier,
how the public appreciates a good of Ruggles, Ky. Heals all wounds,
thing, in the way of a newspaper. It burns and sores like magic. 25c at all
is always our aim to make our publics- druggists. *
tion bright, crisp and newsy.
Mr. Chas. McKinnon spent Sunday I
with friends in the city. i n lod ddewr i

An ounce of Pre-

vention is worlh a

poundof Cure.

is workh r--ro to ones health than any other medicine eOWB.
Do not LI your stomach with arsenlo, calomel, quinine -
. debilltato the system, loaving symptoms that lt tae vayeanw
obliterate. Herbine is purely vegetable ointai not
injurious, and isa a gentle harmless purgative.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrison, Kisslmmee, Fla. writes: "I
used several bottles of Herbine myself and havead i=
several of my friends to use same. I have found it to be
the best medicine for the liver I ever used. Itaotageatb
ly at the same time thoroughly."

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Vcltims of Old Jokes.
A hospital surgeon says that there is
more facial paralysis among bank pay-
ing tellers, photographers and elevator
operators than In any other classes.
He accounts for It with the words,
"Old Jokes."
"Jokest How sor?
"Whenever a bank clerk hands nut
a fiesh,' criep bill, the man on the other
side of the window says: 'New money,
oh? Made it yourself, I suppose?' It
is up to the teller to force a laugh. .The
man on the chair says, 'Ain't you
afraid I'll break the camera?' He
would be mortally wounded If the oper-
ator did not laugh. One man out of
every ten will enter an elevator and
say to the boy at the rope, 'Lots of
ups and downs in your life, ain't
there?' The boy forces a smile.
,"Year after year of this sort of busi-
nas tells In the long run. The victims
come here for treatment, and we can
bold out no hope to them unless they
get Into another line of labor."-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.

Medford and Its num.
The Amnerican Gazeteer, published in
1810. has the following: "Medford, a
pleafant, thriving compact town in
Middlefex county. Maffachufetts, four
milef north of Bofton, fltuated on UWe
Myftic river, three mile from itf
mouth. The river is narvgable for
fall reffels to this place, where It
meet the Middlefex canal. The town-
fhip was incorporated In 1030 and con-
tains 1114 Inhabitantf, who are noted


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Old Kemoer Livery Stables.

Under New Management.

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Alto four diftllerles, which live dif-
tilled in one year 252,450 gallons of

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pretty," declared a young mother, "for
I can speak of him Impartially even Creates a good impression among your
mests my own cand that's more correspondents and helps to give your
most mothers can do. He has
Sblue eyes, perfect In shape, hair; business prestige.
U tbe morning sunshine. mouth- wA 1Do NnAT r1tINMa AT MADoi A3LM raiVsens,.
*el. no rosebud could be sweeter; oom.-
plaion divinely fair, nose Just too OOLLINS' JOB OFFIOE.
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maldia. staI rat, balMsters, porch oolumnas, b.reets, amu s ts
aheq gable ernameats sad turned sad serDST week e e>Wry deslip
ies. BrekL. Lime sad Ceomet for sale.

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THR TRUS DMQOCAT, M r.. of* **ott cm Uw
S 0*. CUt E fU, M ltfc. At a'meeting of the Board of Comunr
jW gyV 3AT WORNII Commissioners held October 2. FM
ISD _Vr _PIDA_ oN0o, there were present Hons. E. C. Smi th
chairman Dr. J A. Anders, John C.
CW ltoge NeWs. Moore, W. D. SFo*.tamire and W. A.
What must prove a most d'!! htful Reitter. .
and profitable feature of coll,-.,* life he minutes of the list meeting were
this year will be vesper service *very, read and appro -o;
Sunday afternoon, half an,boui Lifore, A number of At'-wnt, f were exa'n-i
duAk. The service will consfpt of organ ine. approved i rid order, d paid W'r. r-
solo, vocal solos and quartett,-. with rarnts for the ,ev,ral P-nounts w re
readmg of the scripture and r.rayr. drawn, signe I ned ti ~,al", b)y the clerk,
President Murphr will conduct this and countersigned.
servlee, Mia Rr P Fosterwill preside A motion by Mr. Stoutamire, second-
at the oran, Miss Buhhols will be the ed by Dr. Anders,. and carried that this
voeal soloist. and voeal quartettes will board appoint one of its members to I
be rendered hy the college quartette, meet with one member of the Gadaden:
compoedof MissBudhholz Mfai Keipp, county board toinspect the timbers and
Mr. Murphres and Mr. ettle. The material used in the construction of the
hour for Vesper service on Sunday bridge ,,.r',,- their Oekloknee river at
afternoon will be 5 o'clock. Its dura- Fairbinki ferry, as the work progress-
tion will he from one-half to three- e.
quarters of an hour. Primarily these 6)r. Arni!r < Vw:.; :tappint.-d to repre-
n.rvices are for the student xof the col- g,.oit thf I.,fen ,(.ounti l. ord.
legre., but residents of the iftv who up- 'I. ('r, mar: an re.",mrimenled
pre' iate music are invited to he pre,- bi, J t ,,,il ,, ',. (;,''t,<.ri>r, for sap-
ent, |itunt ;ri'riIi .1r "P" f>,r L.'-on .
A lyric club has been orv inized by ;,iv t1,. .r (rrn of v., t. rr.,
Misl Keipp, of the ,leppartrwnit of mu- '. 'in.n .1J.mnuary I 1',, 1,;7,
sic, and the mem bers will Ie. 'ra:ine.l in T'i f,:tii'. of .,.li',i i.'.'vans ',/.'a." .
several compositions, whirh will eiw r',n- i t'i ',t i. '. n'' i l I tt .
dored from time to time ter. This club wax a plas:r, f, ;itur ire :- n ***i,-'
In the college last year, and tl!, re,,itaIl Tl.. I, a. i iti I have il Coninectn ,I Wi
given at the close of th, ', .ion .iA ii i li, f ,i r id ,)lvenr ',. arn r
very creditable and e.njoyahi. b. . k, 1, .. -,*irr ',. h-- W h('re 1 (Cl t(tk cir of (
The initial recital on the. ew r ,ii) .. .' *,,I
ran in the char-l will I,.~ vi',.n ." tiii i ... *S I fe 1irIl' I Uv, S( Of il. L
the next fortnight. M i.s I'Ye t-r i- rI I .... ,r ; I *:,-I. I,: .r, i, :t-i .
lparsin n profrair m of m ,ir hic fhr l ,. : i ,, ,,jo ;. ,' .e .. -r '- ,! Ihe h 1
Msilon thtt w ill b1,. arti tic' and ri. li.r' - ... .. i , n I T ;. ,! i()1 i I ,
fail, During th(.e l olltve, a r-- ,," ,' I e.-.-. ,: ,, A. ;. I, .& l _l
of recital will be giv ri.. for whi.h t rI I r. Il- ... .
there w ill bi a s a.l 'h;'rtt' for l ,i-i- ,l '
Sion. I' ., ; i'.r BILLING rci BIG CARNI.'AL.
The T h ,li;an .i ,.rarv ( ,l,b. o,ri-. .' It I, W. ,.1 :i-, 1 i
two college orli tni*Hationxi, will give. A 't : .*,:,: I ,, Lithographs and I.iter-.ture to Be
reception in W e,4t Flall on S' l v i,' i ne t A In.4q, '* t ',r-4 I). f1. -;, 1- Sent out From Jactsonville.
ev enin .r| | 14 h f I Il l" 411 I I f ( ( 1 n l l ill
rive ly'n ,. rli,.n h, ul'hli/ht f rij C d ,- ; hl1 | : i , A. t the. h ii ,j, ,.i : ' I .1tC'l -,,' ,
rivalry e nervanl, aIr lI it i,i ,X e t h't ,i that ,lth II. I'. . t'. .k ,f l ill l,,,I: I h, '.. ,rtr.tvii.r
ganiz;tionmi w ill v ivol i' re,- ii.,l <-it ,[ j I:. L'[', l' at f. cti. i ii; 1 i'" w'i i a. t th,
meetings during the year. 'r ,,.t .. : W T (;ir 'i niv'al in N.A r, w ,. re.t'eive I,
The athl-tir' elilb wa-s or;anizrrv e'dl i \V |. I i' ,rllrA h, 1'7 I. l il -,ii. a:trl th liIfilling ,of r 0t Ii IAll (eeju -
Thursday afternoon, anr'l no time will ('C.lrl., I\'. urrl, vifrl'lf lhit-f w11 F'l., A'lrl:. w:! lIe post.-
he lost in forrmina t,-i! and in arranging for hi .\ry rmatc the campus F H. i',ll,|in ,le'y. ;vr'at tire of 1901. I'v-ery towni'will be
Miss Jo. ephin -* lar*layv haris hlo-,- sv- I'rGep' ;.'I i,'' ,,.,tr.s: <;.... i: :-;;,r- ;Ivel rti.sed from I'.ens'i eola t, Key, W e t
elected as the succesor of Miis Mhu'rion r,,t. .1. N '-,k per. Ne ly .Sp.d an I itre.t (atdv .alif information will hbe
Jones as teacher of domestic cienc'e ( lerk, I(;.o. N Footman. tpurveyed through the mails and the
and art. Miss Barclay cornen to the t'recinct 7 Inspectors: D. ('. Ander. press. It is to let eve'rybMlyv know what
college with excellent scholarships and s ,n, W. J. .Johnnon, Wa,.h Dennis. an immense celebration will be given
considerable experience, Clerk, W. N Keith. this year in Jacksonville, that the car-
.--.-- . Precinct 8-- Inspectors: Richard Brad- nival people are pushing the advertis-
Notes From North Leon. ford, W. H. Lester, Henry Goodman. ing, and to record crowds here.for the
The heavy rains have seriously dam- Clerk. J. E.. Whitehead. influence it will have on successive at-
aged the cotton crop. The' yield will h,' l'r,-.inct 9I Inspertors: W. I Vaston, traction of this kind.
bout 10 per cent of an average croo. E N Maihry, Robert (jallan. C('lerk, -
Laot weoak Miss Edna Titworth, a It I.(.rner. Female College Reception.
grandidauvhter of Mr. J. M. Powell, i 'rcinct 10 Inspector: P. M. George., A delightful informal reception was
left for Galveston, Texns, where she T F. Moore,. Joe. (rice. Clerk, Green given to the young ladies and faculty of
will enter a school for trained nurie F,. Johnson. the Florida Female College last Friday
Miss Titawrth is a young lady of fine Preinct 11 Inspectors: N S. John- evening in the east hall, on the college
character and will be greatly missed by ,on. W. HI. Anderson, A I. Bell. Clerk, grounds.
the neighborhood, for she, is held in (G. (. G(ibbs. As usual, there were many people
hljrh esteem. l'recinct 12--Inspectors -11. S. Elliott, present, and although many strange
Mrs. Hannon Conner and her sister, A. C. Spiller, Daniel Wright. Clerk, faces were seen among the college girls
Mins Agn are visiting Mr. J. H. Conner, of ('en- Precinct 1:3- Inspector ,:r M I. I',ra,4- familiar ones.
terville, and the village has been ren- well, J. G. rCollins, F E C. Weeks. ('lerk, During the reception refreshments of
dered very attractive to the. youn rnmen P V. 'Lmig. ice cream and cake was served, and the
of the neighborhood by the presence of Precinct 14 -Inrpectors II. l'ichard., affair was enjoyed by all, in fact we
these charming ladies. W. B. Schraeder. G;eo. Nellie'iffe. are informed that as usual some young
ally Dy t Firt huc. Clerk, B. F. Maxwell. men stayed so long that each was pre-
Rally Day as Firs Slpt"lt Church. Precinct 15 Inspectors: W. I. Lord's Day, October 7th, will he a ell J. T. Stafford, Frank Cl'rk,
day of special interest to the'Bible John Byrd. Knttled to Neadership.
school of the First Baptist Church of Precfnet 16--Inspectors: (;. T'r. ar- ol. Robert W. Davis is entitled to
thia city. The school will have its usual row. P. F. Register, T. M. Hll. Clerk, full membehip, without initiation fe
sessIon at 10 a. m n, beginning the new 8. T. Rhodes. full mem bership, without iniAtion fees
quarter's work Then at 11 a. m. the Precinct 17-Inspectora: U" W. Ru- or riding the goat, in the Ancient and
school will render the beautiful rally sell e. W. Atknon, Calvm Brad- noble Furth Estate of Florida.
lay program, "Ever Onward." Th well. Clerk, Hugh Bryan. IHis Sunday letters in the Tampa Trib-
program has been specially arranged Precinct 18 -- Inspectors: John C. ne, telling us of Old Florida and her
for rally dy service, and abounds in Drake, Jose ph Richards, Shade Colston. prominent sons, flavored with anecdote
beautiful music and bright emasof ree. Clerk, Hugh Black. and reminiscence and fine character
Citation. President A. A Murphree will The names of the following candi- sketching, and all told in fascinating
deliver an address dates were certified to, by the lioard of literary tyle are excellent reading oftheir
Every person ia invited to come and County Commissioner. ral historical value in addition to tear
enjoy th exercises with us., I For Congress-- W. B. Lamar, Demo their merits. And not the least part
-" .-crat-: '-'. 1 Meeker. A .-aQ.., .O their value iq that they are some-
Hotels Promis Fair Play. .lJ'stre'..,f the Supreme Court ('ha. t.hing of an antidote for ti-ae ne rvous ir-
Jacksonville hotl, anre making ela. I. Parkhll. es B. .a Whitthd. i, m rotation. disgust and despair brought on
irate arrangement, to haundhl the visit- ocrats;: Wm. ('C. (reen. Socialist. by reading the up-to-date news oft this
wre Who are expected to attend the ear. Kailreaed C.,emi'ni<.iona-' Newton A. wicked old world, with all its crime and
nival Novemle., r 5. ;, 7. '*. !l and 1. An ItIlitch, Ii ihL.IdOn i;urr, lI).mocrat.' ; i'tr an thn e lnC thsen i
agreement haI s leen m.iae hv them to W. C('rk Hena,'h. A. ('. SHll. Se.e'i.s's se faithfully told in the columns of the
naintain low rates, s.aarintg thon who .tate S. ei ntor .I. W. IIelnder.n. ;ere's.. Ke. up your lick. ( olonBl Bhl
ome from various pIars of the Stlte ? Fr l,' pr ';esnativ ;ilieert Hiart- liv0.' Oak enmo('rat.
and surroundingg country that ni all. hlell. A. S. Wells
advantage will ie. tal,',i ef thn In'. T'ax A.,' W. o Ans Wanted.
*aue of their lark ee' infertiiin il a ,il 'l'.ax C',ll'ctr \. A\. Ie'nlI''v. Tee rent my farm went end of town by
[nowl'dge,' cf the' >'it\ t Seem f th,' Ci ni:ty l'r 11,,r ..i !n 1' : I',rkin-l. the' year: land well situated ante delp*e hotels are r'einolee ling, ic'a'0ishil, 'it- I. I itily V i ni .itntii n.n '.r: to' t'r'w, i:g" teb ei co F'eir ]:trticuhltr.
cityy iandi iama tlliu e 'i, iiit ''. I Ie.itir'l 1 'i S itl. aPle t F PI'. W oodw'a.,d 2 -tf
rhe rc'|latiUl'.tla <'Xlp , business. 1a'tiaI t ;i. .1 \V. ('Collin.s. W aitrrn'iV !.'<, I. ]real trn r
Cholte W inter Pilllnery. l)itri't '. I .A ' ..l(te'e'. irf
M iss Ad rIc' (,rir 'l li;i< ia-at ri'urn .'d|' .,n'r I e>u|tl ee: I'llic' lIinItrl,'tijnl -
.ome from Ne'w Yrk. wf .,r,, sh,. pelr. I, )'.t .l.e,, li. I' ttrl.>i Ti : ( '( )NSTA'NTINE II)TEL.
hased one of the t I ,' t .le. ,' t s al'I k of I "trae't 2. ;Gee, I. atvis,
millinery, fat'y g iccl anl I1,v ,elaie, I). ret :t DICaen Ha twright. F'(R REN'T OR SAEI..
iver hIrouilat to ITll'iih .t 0 ^ aee. i hnal Hl' Su.L,'l'i' C'. > il a' i. 5 'lliost ,>f e l. 'rtor .
vill soon dmiplvy thli eleg'nil hne t PI'. ('lhirt' Apply te
otai. See her astd the






llM i 'lheams Rou*.e Miss '. C Harley, sister of Mis Ne'-, i allanassee, Fla.
lie laare',y of Greenville, is in the city, -'
I have four nicely furnished rooms a ifauest 4;f the L[eon ...CTRIC IMLL..
to rent in new cotte., winiout 1b..rl IorhIrC M.IL.
All convemence. P. Box 11, or Wet weather--wt feet Shos parties desri Electric Door and
apply to JoHN A. SrWART. 30-l.a1 p ired -Filpper, on Clinton street. 2t DliingR Pom Call Bells should c onfer
",er -- -- ....... Mr. IE. C. Bufkins, clerk at the Lan-' with'W. quarteman, Jr. See him
ButbrLribgor'thu True Demecrat. ark Inn, came to the city Thursday. or phone No W& Otf

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Surplus to I'olicy Holders 81,634,36-1.00



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

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



IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.

Carrabelle, Fla.

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naming your purchia.'.ss or the winter Isi~at a John Br,,wn. CONSTANTINE ALG;ERO.
eMi on. -hse'rcl 12. .I. I Milt|.-. ..'I,
Kllarergarton Reception. '. Th oari e th<, printing of
The Woman's Club will e lletsl to Ai, lotr. r BRICKI BRICK!I BRICK ;!!
aroe their friends meet our nl'w teach- ~ or'. ..4 (ornaciav to rrliemove all f their
ro coming into the work this 'ear. tele'h111one wire from the public roads
hey will at the same time .e ivea an that oil- t u lel travelarnmthe
opportunity of making afree will Iat hii tcts u i' trvel frm the. D pot
Sfor the benefit of the kiwirg.irten. ibetxam oi woaCe tWak thella county ines.
he reception will be held In the par- The lard then aidjurned to meet $8.50delivered in city
or of thne Leon Hotel friday. 12th, 1 t aaia it ll o''chok WtAedn.aarlav, October
rom 4 to 6 o'clock p. InI A icrourarn 17, tee re'i-4e, if aa,'eve-nary, the registra-
will be rendered, conthi. il a acf Iaiuse tun tccki *tIo th e aolle1d to'any other *I
nnd rucitation by souse -,f our tIl- iuuiicu .u, that IaY. lbe' nc'.. aary. GILMORE & DAVIS CO.,,


For the next 3 dlied price'; in order to make room for the large fall
stock which is ,icginning to arrive.

In the mean tim" we are going to have,' a Rug Sale.
Will give ydou ei few prices:
60 Tapestry Rugs. 27x6 ...$ 1.50
48 Velvet Rugs. 27x60, 1.85
120 Velvet Axminster Rug's. 2'x36 .- ... .. 1.00
60 Axminster Rugs, 27x0, .... 2.25
48 Axminster Rugs. 36x72, .-... 4.00
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from .. 1.50 to 3.00
Granite Art Rugs, 9x9. .- ..... 4.00
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9x10 ... .. --------..... 12.00
It will pay you to look my stock over and get my
prices before buying.


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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of thete little im.
proved pocket savings banks to helpyou to save your nick!es and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a nize convenieMnt to carry in the vest .ektet
or a ladies band bar. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to pierd nm(ney. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these eanks free to everyone who % ill deipoit ne doulh.r i.nd promise to
open an account with us within thirty days front receipt of bunk. 'IheAe lianks ahrt delivertid to you
lox ked and can only Ie opened by us.
You would hs surprised to know how much money you can save in five y tars I)y taking care
of your small change and deposith-,g in a savings batk.
It i~ not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thie% es and fire, and besides it is not making anythihig. IPut place it with us ai.d it in earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dullar und ul wards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Helow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, compriuted on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interes-t.

10c per day for 5 years. -
20c per day for 5 years .
256 per day for 5 years
80c per day for 5 years.
rAk) per (lay for 5 years.-
I(Jv per (lay for 5 years.

Ain't depsi1ted.
..313 00-,

M11. SO.

Interest earned.
.. 11 14..
.. 27 M..
... 6).70o .
111.44t .

Total ani't
.... ..... $167.64
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-. 1,676;.40

(Pokat pUlis .)

The capital oto $.2r .0, 221.1f.
Your business with us will be hoki strictly confidential.
Call andul get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


W. C.


G. It. LEWIS, Vic-Preident.



Our Prices Won't Make Your Money

fULLY % YA[6[R CO.

Dealers in

Live and Rolling



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


P. 0. Box 3.*k.

Tallahassee, Fla.

I *;m

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under a
hundreds antid build
more ever day.
For prices write

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


. F;nri'ln.

Tobacco Laxnd.
I offer for sale three detiraible sm ill
farms, sui table for tobacco i r ,n-.
One of 50 acres, one mil',. .ai ,If :'.il-
lahass, on soulh side Mic'om'" ie, r:idl.
Large barn and tenant's hoe.'e. Nu, n
ber of pocan trees.
One of 90 acrhrs three m w.., If
TallahasMee, on Lake Jiakwsn road.
( Large house and two tonaits' houlim
One of 220 acres, five mil-< w. ,t ,of
Tallahasee, on Lake Jackmon ro-.d.
STobaeoo brown there some y.ars ago.
Two tenant houses.
Wano --
A job with a turpentine rm. My ex.
peoience in, run turpentine still five
yeso, wood@ rider four years, uperin-
two years. Give references on
applattim. A. I. "I 9.
EcreS, C. Q

Fourth Round, Tallabasse District.
Quincy Circuit, Sept. 29, 30; at Prov-
Bristol Circuit, Oct. 6, 7; at Bristol.
Blue Creek Circuit, Oct. 13, 14; at
Blue Creek.
Gadsden Circuit, Oct. 20, 21; at Mt.
Concord Circuit, Oct. 27, 28; at Salem.
Waukeenah Circuit, Oct. 31; at Thom-
-s City.
Madi.,on Circuit, Nov. 3, 4; at Stone-
Old Town Mission, Nov. 7; at Old
West Madison Circuit, Nov. 10, 11;
at Cherry Lake.
Madison, Nov. 11, at 8 p. m.; quar-
terly conference Monday.
Monticello, Nov. 14.
Perry and Taylor Missions, Nov. 17,
1.; at Pery.
Midway Circuit., Nov. 4, 2.5; at Bethel.
Quiney, Nov. 24.
Mayo Circuit, Dlec. 1, 2; at Mayo.
Aucillu. )Dec. 4; at Greenville.
Leon (C'ircuit, Dec. 8, i; at Cluires.
Tallahassee, p)ec. 9; quarterly, con-
ference Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
Written reports will be called for on
this round from the women's mi.wionary
societies and from trustees of church
1 property.
Tallahas.vee, Fla. Presiding Elder.

Membership Next Legislature.
District I Thos. F. West. Milton.
2 John S. Beard Pensacola.
3 .hohn Neel, Westville.
4 Theop. West, Marianna.
5 A. J. AIford, Carrabelle.
(1 .James E. Broome, Quincy.
7 Park M. Trammell, ,Lakeland.
h John W. Henderson, Tallah;,ss e.
9 W. K. Jackson, Inverness.
10 C. 1,. I l.rgett. Greenville.
11- E. Crane, Tampa.
12 Al. Winburn, Mallory.
13 F. M. Hludson, Miami.
14 F. 1. Cone, Lake City.
S 1 J. 1I. Crews. Iake Butler.
16 Th(,mas S. I)avis, Fernandina.
17 .1. I. Newlan, Live Oak.
Is 11. I1. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19 IA)uis C. Massey, Orlando.
20 I). H. Baker, Orange 1Hn",.
21 N. R. Carter, Le vilel.
22 W. M. Girardeau, Montieell,.
23 I. N. Withers, ladylake.
24 W. HIunt Harris, Key We st.
27', S. W. Clark, BlountstAwn.
2; E. S Crill, 1'ulatka.
27 Jos. I. IIlumnphre,s lIradrntown.
28 Frank W SamIs, New Smyrna.
2 E4 . Canova, Sandelr'o,.
11 ,1 11ak Adamsn . sJlap r.
.;1 1,. wis W. /im. St. Augustine
: If 1. I. MeCrearv. ;aines.ville.
Alachua- T. A. Doke, .anta Fe; ~,tid
I. ('srte.r, Gainesville.
i Baker I..C'. ( Cbb. Olustee;
i radford E. S. Miatthews, Starke;
11 C. Pieeplles. likes.
bIrevard Wade i. Jones, Titusville.
Calhoun A. Max Wilson, Blounts
('itrus J. W. Knight, Floral (ity.
Clay- J. B. I.onr, Green Cove Springs
Columbia M S. Kfight, lake City;
If .. Avant, Fort White
HDade-John W. Wat.on, Miami.
DeSoto- W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
Duval I I.. Farris and S. H. Mel-
ton. Jacksonmville.
Eawambia Chat. M. Coston, Pensa-
cola; M. 0. Bargett, McDavid.
Pranklin- J. F. C. Grings, Apalachi-
Gadsden J. i: \.iilia, Quincy; W. L.
Ta lor. Branchville.
Hamilton -John Bradahaw, Jennings;
L* 0. Register, Jape
Hermando-C. S. Wilon. Brooksav .
Hialsbor-W. W. L DKeser, wmps;
Joha IL Deley, Pit Cty.

Holmes- D. J. Paul Bonifav.
Jackson Ed. Williams, draceville;
H. C. Neel, Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke. Monticello;
J. D. Thompson, Lloyds
Lafayette-D. G. Geiger, Mayo.
Lake S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; S. F.
Smith, Leesburg.
Lee F. J. Wilson, Buckingham.
Leon-A. S. Wells and Gilbert Harta-
field, Tallahassee.
Ievy J. N. Williillis, Williston.
liberty Sidney I). .1,hn.son, Bristol.
Madison U. HL. I~o A', Madison; It.
I,. Millinor, Ellaville.
Manatee John A. Graham, lBraden-
Marion-K. I.. Wartmnn, Citrai; Geo.
G. Matthews, Ocala.
Munroe C. L,. Knowhls and W. II.
Malone, Jr., Key West.
Nassau S.A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Jas.
K. Colkins, Fernandina.
Orange (-. W. Crawford, Conway;
II. C. A rnethv, Orlando.
Osceola A. E., Ki.wimmee.
Pasco- RJ. McCutcheon, lDale City.
Polk W J. Durrance, Fort Mead; iI.
W. Snell, Winterhaven.
Putnam-I H. A McKenzie, Palatka;
W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
S nta Rosa J H. Harveil, Bagdad;
A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matanzas;
W. A. McWilliams, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie Claude F. Olimatead, Ft
Sumter W C. G. Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee W. It Dorman, Live Oak;
W. IH. McClellan, Welborn.
Taylor -T. J. Faulkner, Perry.
Volusia -WmS. Parkinrson, laytona;
). F1. Morrison. Itarberville.
Wakulla S. 1' Roddenblrry. Fop-
Walton J. II. Iichlburg, laurel HIill
Washington W. B. Lassiter, Verneon.
Mr J R. Alford left Tuedlay to Ait-
tend the Georgia 'iTechnial C(ollege at
We are plh',.-.el to see Mr. Robert
Phillips, of the firm of Phillips & Simp-
son, on the streets again, after a seri
ous illness of several weeks.

ta *ASIMee # are**, so.*. No ofLa te


The only up-to-date Jewelry
Store In the City. . .

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and FXQUISITE JIWELRY for particular people.
No. 75 South Munroe Street.



and take a look at our eonvby$hba' ;d
\you will readily see the advataU of
hiring teams from us. If you' Nut
accustomed to much driving, iai pubt
S our prices wall strike you 'a bing
..,,B.. small. Do no harm to ask them any-
SJ. P. Houmtoun, Pp.
Phones 79 and m.

You pet your gKodIs at prime cost, viz: Fancy and Staple Groeee rt, Wood
and Willow War.-, Tinware, Tolamcos and Cigars A nice line of Btersilx-
tures, I Safe, I Itefrigerator, I Coffee Mill, 5 Show Cases, I Cash Register,
I I'inder 'uArchr 1 S(a Water Fount, 4 Pair Scales, and I Broom Rack.
All of above articles at prime cost except Fixtures, on which I will allow a
liberal distourit. Some of my prices as an idea: ;

Full size Ball I',tash
Kerosene (ill, 5 gallons for

rx. Half nize Ball Potash .......--... 269
,7re Apple and Wine Vinegar, per gal- 25 e

(pat Meal, .Zest and Shredded Wheat at am, Il ow cent.

Do not delay, but come now.





Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.
The Newest Material for
Fancy Work.

UTopia Wools in
tA)wfl, Saxon 1


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.

A comfortable 6-am Ntt wiAt

Af to L H *
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Do You Want a Horse or MuleI


. .J. D. CAY,

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Headquarters for first class stock.

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

Have just received aBU G |I S
car load of as handsome J J 1
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harness.
S D G A V 140 S. Adams & t ,
J. D. AY Tallaki Sseo i
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Selvll d .io obf do 1 tlefetlon at
t IepeHdoidte awarding dg on
V itr 7There wil
'be k larger number of
wwi r ever before seen at
Ssir ,In t .outh.
neof W- menp er, unan*
sted halast y of the
i%= as "Brown
t T. J. IL.
has rmnaricble work
la 1the fairs
h~,| lwT9 mnp An in
t IIp~r n llato program will be
ai dldfcyl~ (- ca nlldoneras in honor
i latel greatt terest
is beiri fet Inthe Woman'. De-
Sprtfient of th St te Fair at Tampa,
and the women of Florida will bIe rep-
Se ted by hundreds of attractive ex-
a" 11bttof heir handiwork. They are
Spartilarly plead at the fact that
t mae lcileient Woman's building,
dediest to them, will this year be for
their use exclusively this being made
S blo bthe erection of a handsome
S, be known as the Edura*
t rolling, and to be dedicated
the of the school children
SV T-c oP lorlda. The educa-
....i t xbit will also be a magnificeent
oi, a may counties that will not Im
tepreeented otherwise will have exhibits
from their schools in the building. A
model poultry building is a lao to ibe
erected at an early date.
One of the most interesting and at-
tractive features of the Art depart-
ment of the State Fair will be the dis-
play of large collection of paintingc1
a oaphs of Florida's most d m-
tinlu iadmen and women of the past
an present. This collection will in-
clude soldiers and statement and men
of note from every walk of life.
Doeter Said He Weuld Not Live.
Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writimn:
"After doctoring for two years with
the bet phyiclian In Waynesburg, and
still etUhff worse, the doctors ad visedt
me If lha any business to attend to I
had better attend to it at once, ha I
e4ki not possibly live another month.
Foley'a Kidney Cure wan recommended
to me by a friend, and I immediately
Neat my son to the store for it, andl
after taking three bottles I began to
set better and continued to inlrove un-
t I was entirely well." oiTd 1,y ,all

It is the earnest winh of all goxxl men
that there will never he an outbreak
here, where whites and blacks are ar-
rayed in deadly conflict against each
poier. This can always be avoided by
by the better elements of the whites
and colored eltisens standing toKether
for the enforcement of the lawm and
ishment of all tranhWressors. The
nrant negro In not always the re-
sponsible party for assaults and distur-
Siaoq. It isthe intelligent who by words
a threat incite to crime. Thiese re-
vengful advisers are the worst enemies
of the Ignorant negro and white man,
though posing as their friend,, and we
dare ay when the real cause of the
trouble in Atlanta its fathomed it will be
asoertalned that it was through the talk
of some of the more intelligent that
brought about the conflict of rnite's
SJacksonville Metrolmpolis.
Lest We
forest Baby Is restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically.
Alotthof White's Cream Vermifuwg,
never falls to cure. Every mother
give her baby White' Cream
Vermifuge. So many times when the!
baby is pale and fretful, the moth<,r
da aokaow what to do. A bottleh of
thn medicine would bring rolor to his
cheeks and laughter to H iseye. (;ive
It a trial. Sold by all D rugg ist.
Col. Nat R. Walker. of eCrawfordville,.
was here on legal humineuss lantTurl eay
and Wednesday Col. Jno. I. Neely,
of the Tallahassee bar, made a brief
profelional vislt here last Tuesday
SR!. I. Huthinin Shoe Company
a W uwIeolM organized In Jacksonville.
and will commence at an early date t,,
-Nafacture all kind of shoot Mr
[uihineon, who iN at the head of this
l||omneln, is well known In Quinry.
Ssea us much pleamsure to announced'
tht Mr. E. B. Cassler. an old "knight
of the grip," will represent the K. I..
Hu slnone Company in this and other

sild eaesd Upon.
blv 01., Chicago, originateol
and Tat as a throat and lung
a1dy, on account of the great and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar lpany Imltatlons are offered for
S the geguun. Theee worthlea imita-
thaithave similar sounding names. Be-
wae o them. The genuine Foley's
B eimr l d s In as yelow package
Aak ilt* si l r suaoy aubttlute.
the for cough* and

' n, .Wale all gam er at Evans'.
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Th, appeal the o twGo venw ofr the ` fis
tan to the people of Florida on the Gaelli, la, a Sept. 90, 110.
drainage of theEverglades is beneath Editor True Democrat:
the dithehe 7ef tOOeeutie tof Dfpte the Oomber skies of madden-
h State and presumes the people of ing shadow which hung ominously over
o the Sta more ignorant than they are. te happy, laughing, welcoming Gaines-
If the stupendous measure shall e ear- ville Sun on Thursday afternoon, a large
lied on, the drainae of the Everglades, crowd of enthusiastic citizens came in
with the necefMary expoene in the mil- lamighty, throrivinK stream to the open-
liona, the 2-cent stamtnp will be followed i, of the "plum' for which they have
up by the assessment roll arid the. t 0ax fought so stueWssfullv.
collector for the relief of the drainage At 2.30 the chapel hall in administra-
tfommiMioners. It will be a burden to tiorf building was filled to overflownh)g,
be borne for years to come. without an)y and all available space in the adjoining
equlnite benefit. Our taxes and Iur- hillo was also taken. Then the distin-
dens are enough. They are felt heavily: guithed .'ntlrnemn of the occasion, led
now,mand should be relieved rather than },y Dr Sle.dd, president of the univer-
nere.aed. .4lt very voter, let every H tv, cnsme to the, romtrum, where they
taxpayer, when he gUee ti the p olls to t,,,;k seats.
vote consider his hIurden enonaugh uind A after g, vote against i nature that? will uinnee- ,,.rchestra, Dr. Sleldd i, troducld l(ev. T
easarily increase hi. tax and th at of hi:; '. loy, who ii:vk. keed ivine bhlessingr on
neiguhior for year to ,mcom with r. end l h,. j iniv,-r ity arid tall onnrct \in siKht for all time-.
We nivht laddl that tr isrii a ,otfr, r Af t.r theh inv-,.a-tinn Iln. W. W.
aspect of this dlr:,iniie,' o<.he,.m.. It iIe ,trmlton deliv,-rel a very iernest aind
canceled thatt the. I. & N. I. t. ("Fil-, irnt rcMtinf a!d,,r of w,-lcom, to the
pany hasit n old, inde ;airparr'atly lve,"1 t holduhrnts arnd ffacultyv l' verv aptly
claim, by granit of th0. I.<-isrlatir<- fr,,r o xnr, 1sod the.- -ntirnnt of th Cairiens-
many htindreds f lhI housnd of'm ;ro of vif ule,, a,,,,lp tw rrdl the iniv(r.itvy.
the swamp ind verfloweid lands inE the. ,Il,n Franili ('lark, M. ( ci ldl riot
Evergladefls are sw uht I It,,I dra iri.d l,y ,I,.' ar. hi, wwi ,iwnanvoidalhy k dit away
Governor trowasrd ;i4 St it" t lia" l ,v ly preo sin. ditiis.
taxing other landrwel wrrs in thl ldr;.,iri- (; ame district and uvinri the- huratrud s of 1' r,. .Sledd. Te- (;eovirnoar, in hi s i-
thousands of dollirM of the Intrna In- ,.,, straight -t, (-the.- point fashion of
provement Fund irh'alri)r, ta told the rnighty rtruigle
When the suit i rr dc *I.(h lt~. i a i freth. board f ol n he th university lo-
the s ate and th. I. & N. It. I ( orn <,tti<,ri ,ji msil 14 was his firm c(onvi(.-
pany, the rmult of whice'h in of great, ti,,, that this int a few year would be
uncertainty, this land will belong t th,.i- the,* fr.nost ,ni,ivcr.-ity of tihe South
L. & N. It. it. Company ,r to the St f-. IHe. re.asomned thi- aind remeivo.d greatap-
If the I... & N. R. I; ( o. su('cce.r in pl ,ause. He niade a few more interest-
this litigation, then (Gov'rnor L',roward ) ger.rin.nal reniatrks4and then pro will have drained their land at th rense of th- people and the Solt- nnrd nhil. He said it was a broad mub-
gave turned d it ovr to thm with mil- j.t,. tbhut he hwi.d straight to the line,
lions of dollars pt ir toit I y w.ay of and when he I,,ev, n to make the (fhips~
drainage. 1 fly he, was fr(.iu,'nttly interrupted lay
Governor B roward, in his (ie(h it % ,, ol,.,jrne lu nihter a nnd hearty ahp-
Daytona in Voluhin county some months i itis. Maly wlo have- heard the (;v-
ago, aid that he hadi bieein isk ed whI ,,,, everl tirls ,crla. lre hi.siwi rathe
he Alid not wait to drain the' Everglal, .s~Iteec l of his life. It was mighty fine.
until thle title had ena se'ttld te th o e' i ,.,11 yu llanie, g w. as the b iys
same by the courts lhe e said that he i ..l ,
answetrd that. ae ti ,n ir this wav: l 'r,,f A.. A rahi.,ee. oAf tIe.' F'enmahl.
Thaitif the lands drainel shcc Iould hra, ( ,,!ge,. v,.sle s,'i introduced. Ie' made
he decided in favorof thli railroads t lat ,, v,.rv intirestring r. ermnar s in int rao--
they could take it with its irmarprove- ,'tio,. and Ih.v.ri his aldlre'ss, 'Th
menth; that the Intern. l lni>r,,ve r'n It eita ,f th St;tet .School Sy.-tem."n
Fund lbelon edl fr that i)rp au lny e st. ted that I.e Irirougieht gre.etil
way. Yet (;ovei'rnoer lor,,war l solid i. i,e li aiI s frn tir e "sisters" in 'Tal-
explitini that if the' railraIds sho ll vi h,h;, ,,. (|I.:uiatli r and prolinnged ap-
the mo Lat if tlig land e 'hinei ,,d l itv h,- ,,;,,... fr,',, the I ,li vs ainl ll.) W hen
State would helonn t the !.. N. 1{. N. ,,it 4i h.s .h:errateirisie eat lhasis.
It (Coi his lpporter linrd I back,r. : i .r,.ed thail theri two schools weire
We. av h e haie rde ne complaint l ,,t lhe til,, l n ,,,, l,,,,, l elf synl;at y, the.
I. & N. It. R ('a. ngHAinsat thi s dr:airilgre ,,:,. n:,ne e wvvn handsomely, very
of the laid 'cla il red lay t hem. areld whlv rI m.c'h -(l. n e1 ,I 1 o [ias alliresi,, wacs i
should we? It will c'st them rn oithinijr lf,,,l,,dl ,i, i,-. ,,i, o,, il, e- origin and
to drain as State' land an turnr o, r ,t l,,.:lit ,," th. St :te ct..hc l .sytefvn dehal-
to them free.e il' 'sp,'i,[ll t h t h ,Ith I"hrlornla phase, f
No one eof ordinary lou ii's ap;ll ;aii Y ti ,' ,ljel,,,t li -lp e.e' I wa- th '.tt e arrt
will invest $1, i N ira laildir' at ho.,' ,i0 ,,*' e ; 1 ,,h;r. 1,1ne l madclle his hld I"' S. ('
a $2191 lot when (he title to, s1,. l i n It i, ;i!,,)', ov l f i ,)her',, r' e tai d hi;s at her
litigation, lhainK elinied i hIy s neiw. h t 'i ,. 1,,ls i(,, ider (' tO i i It cer-
bor with at ehant'e elf wilin. ng Yet ',, t:. lv w:. n ,:it air ,l niftyC ,)l rhna,|, Iall
hlav' a (,overnr wl,, is willr, tt o ,Io f, eI ,,ao, v.I'l lli rlard lern.
that thing, spending mnilliors,, with Ii *a|l1 r0.,c sr;t |Ila.yeod lhetwv.,-e1n e':a'h
gcaal cha c'e to llose l ll let lthe o,.o ,..iI .
ernor stop and act ,rlinair r. A 'ft. r t, -r.i1rains of mr ll\ hial ii ,-
dent and good liusineess rian s l hwIue ;l .'it. l:, id Ill. ,S|',lcl inl .di'cei'fl the' last
The people of Floril Ia ar too pe t ail ;,,l .1,1,.r,,' ,,rf h, evening, Hin. N. I'.
the t xe's -i re' o hig'h to carryl oi lt l i '.: ,,, ;, ,,an of the |1,,i<1 of, (on-
reckless arid uncer'i'r tir extraivagae r4 i 1 *r,,\I.
the name of the Stiate,, lbust ait the .N- Ian a v.ry, c0,]v. ,,l inti.., .tilg I aIl-
e'nme tof the aoor man We,, cry aaleuil. ea,.. ; '' liver.iv'ritv 4C f t .. Staitel f'
et smuch foolaislini-esi still), foer foali l ,,.- |.'|,iiA e1. M% r I ',rvy i 'tolir.l the ;i.tst
it is. I ll n l tta,' el 'lif lhi l .is aristittl ieol l
It c'nre In' be d Ia sl, o i.. e',,.v r r Ir,,i ,,e ,,, k v ,.reyv ,,. e Ily l iv id .|die.,r-
Browaid to m iake night hlh,,eoij-i l, i. .,aIt .,,dItl hiell the auidienc',,a spellhomi l
cry a i ini t orl.oratioi f attr i ll d 11,' A'tlet ricic.h e ('heriini aid liv. ,1vne l svi<-,
5tUpplart he' has re'e.,i'il ,eafi m the, I.. A* I )r. .' trli anom,, nevoI thoe area's ,f the'
N railroad ad the, Al hil ic < o i .l' Il.i,. ia ,, l|ic !,|leira.. Is' w ,est c:ill I ,s ,a hedl
two of t Ile' largc .t l l0 ,r 1 -o ,'tioi i, l 1 i 'I .. ,,;,:- fi le|; the' ,'-as; hall i.. Iliicklman
State, especially when hi, he i .-ll -. I l -t ll 'I ,I. c,,n 's rec' ivedl tirreinri-
large tix'kho ,lder tieand ) owt,'ir oe I( <|i s a |ii e. l i .,'
moist unfair corporatitie ao fer special ,, iv arife ei.l : ce11tion tho
ll!ges in the Statte' the' ferryv an ,vol,'', et |<.. 'tiiiel mi andl aCter that the w 'ith.
it 4ckSeanville where'ii.ra i n i\'%,' )'1ec)ll ,- t, I i ,,l s '' ,ot l p,.rfect'l\ hbi i. makingri
within a mile' f his ferry privilh ih ,1,l! lI,.i 'ii. i l .;:.,tic yells tic Split the' very
carries a pai t,.'ige r icr'f'css thi rive .- 'r ; Ar!
hire is liable t o e'rirumial ii. ..os cult ri I .: .i n, .. tha, carn<<.'i, tctv, c. ;nd.l,
lIe eh,,ule taop this ci'r ,,f ce'mr.n,,g ,.e ;: ", l,,i,,re'.d leUS (,C'' siaJl. ad;eh' a
until his hands are' 'leahn. ef thle ,'cil;- ci ,-. jca..t like' at e'callh'ge'"
rate' l wer and inllu e nctc er'e'. hc"':ii|> I"if+,. t ( ,, a ,i +,, N0 y N .e -' |,o. l ,, ct
,o rdl.. .. .. ,, . .. .i... "

Napoleon Bonaparte
shsowedl, sit ithe blat tle of A is',t li, I
was the greatest leader i thle whe 'l
Halliard's Snow Iinimetnt has sicl,,ic ti,,
pIllic it is the' laest litimccint ilI lie',
werhl. A quick curli fiir l~ Ileuniat i1.m,
Sprains, Iturns. Cuts. et. A. 4 I'ilts,
loie'snml. llt says: "I us- Ia lardi '
Snow Liniment in my family' ail fit1i
it une'xcelledi for scare chei.t. te l; .i hlle'.
cerns, in fact faor Iari yt lin l I hat ,'.ra lie
reacheId y a linimne4t." *
Improvements at the City NarNet.
'To their Market C',minitte', r the
nmemnibers or thu Cit y C'a ,iil is l4ue.
some credit for several impro\ .mcni':,.
at the city market
'lhe interior ( f the' narl,.'t h;ai I''.'r.i
completely av,.rhaiI iled. t hitc, al'W e':,I
u1aid Iainte'd, ;,d th l'e eoienicltte' 1. %w
c',nmielhriltir i ;he'' ad i.abi iluthit eel' -,rune ar-
ranigemen t whereby the stilim will Ice
rid of so ninny tihs. No ileliit p|ilani
are in view re'iaelinrg thiis, hiw'evr,.
anil the cra ntm ill' is e io i to iiy
onable or profit el suggest i ln tit mavy
bwe oferetd.
'The coinnnittee hins aclso ti'reased the
slnary of the market keeplr, soe that
the market can tan tilusheil daily, there-
hy assuring nt much cleaner andl'msanitary
On Saturliy evening at 7:3 eo'clohk
an alarm of fire frem fix W; called the,
fire laddies to the plant of the.' Florida
Cotton Oil Co., where it was found Ithat
a small -quantity of waste near the
boilers was ablaze. No damage wias
done however, as the fire was extin-
ui before the arrival of the fire'

nitis trsI ,
S It .> 'NI:(FIN ani A (' I'E AN
A Card.
'1 .1 i. i, rtify that all de tggists
. '' .. ait irc .i, te, refutnd yciv ur manie'v if
I" i. I '> llI1 1e y aid I'll I'r fails; tca (:tIre
i .lir ,',i lh l .r c'ill It stops the' c tigh.
.e'aI tl' li mil and prevcntl:+ serious
ii .tilt t' friai co'l I 'tires la, g.riplpe
i'oinl' hi ;ni |ir enints p tnliinnr; i l a cr n-
s I, tl i ', I r tItins s no o010iat ,. s ''he'
l','tii ,ii' a- 1ns ;a yellow lpackaie. refuse,
.l lit lat .. S ,ld i by all dr ..gists. *
MIt' Alhlen Ityrd. daughter t (, le
,I 1 V I 1 I,.. y rd. l, ft today for
T.ill ,l' c where she willr enter the
F'loi!:t F n'le, (College. .Mii- Azlleen
11.1,' 1 i c, ti e' lds in ILive ( O)IK % 11a w ill
Ie'- lia i I lrini her aiaea' i0" M issue, s
F a ; 'I i .l l I)owliana I l Ift od aty for
'l':Ill i a ; '. \he. rier t he % 'II n e.'an r the
l'lci nl.i I'< iiea', Iolle'e',. 'I hl-' are two
, ,f I .iv., hI);Ik '. attractt ive ait lh',er s lid
It 1 II I.l se iiiiivenrmallyv i ,sed during
thvlr aili c ; '. .I ive' (ink l)D roen irit.
Its ('hli,'|.e 'aIi l "eale and I a il o rider
house, asisit ant manager (mican or
woan) p fo,r thisas county nnd ndjijeidng
tre'rite iy Salary W20andexAen' ae paii
weeklyIv; <'\>.en.e loney utedviancied.
A rk pi .sar il; moeition permanent. No
in',vestny,.rt or ex perience required.
Spare litne valuable. Write at once
for full lapfiiculars and enclhse solf-ad-
direvse, envelope. Address ('nerail
Manager. 1:34 E. lake Street, Chicago.
Fla SAL, Siix-room house. good to-
cation, full mite lot. Address box 841.

of the welfare dm coamfot t
This in our bahumble oimleI an. Ieq
qulnteesaece of a geeatmlman. (
manners and leanlineo ea an r eraeay
eentiala, of course. Secretary of
Navy Bonaparte, in his speech to te
lfraduating class of midsbP'pm at .
Anapolis Acedemy recently Ive im
definition of a gentleman. and If the
youngsters live uo to It they certainly
will live on a high plane. As many of
these young fellows are the children of
the poor as well as the rich, ad are of-
ten facetiously dubbed "Gentlemen by
Act of Congress" the naval eretary's
idea if faithfully followed out and Ihred
up to will make them gentlemen in
"deed and in'truth." It is as follows:
"Of you are required a measure of
elf-control, a readiness for self-sacri-
fice, a sensitiveness to honor whieh it
might not be reasonable to expect or
charitable to exact on all you felow-
citizens. It is a part of the obligation
of your oth taths that as officers you be
known for such simplicity and truth,
such modesty of demeanor and such pur-
ity of life as will earn for you the re-
asect of Vood men."-Palm Beach
Makes Homely Women Pretty.
No woman, no matter how regular
her features may be, can be called
pretty if her complexion is bad. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and
clears sallow, blotched complexions by
stimulatin' theliver and bowels. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
or gripe and is mild and pleasant to
take. Remember the name ORINO and
refuse to accept any substitute. Sold
by all druggists. *

D ym nMtaow
Tuck for yom toi
Sthatk No et I

Tndt pol mused to moon
than the mine amount sp aot
stand? Have you investhdt
Guaranteed Annual Divideln Pe
we are wrltihg? We a wrlng m
on the Ordinary Life, Twenty-Pay Ute.
and all Limited Payment pilae. You
had better find out about them, amnd e-
pecially our beet seller-the Advance
Dividend policy-- which we write on the
twenty-pay life plans and the fifteen
and twenty pay endowment plans. On
one of these twenty-payment polleies
you pay ten premiums; the 'company
looks out for the last ten. On fifteen-
payment the company looks out for the
last five. These features cost nothing
No matter what your walk in life
maybe, we have a policy to suit you.
To examine is to buy; that's what
others do.
Ira Sanborn, Gen'l Agent for Central
Florida, Carrabelle, Fla.
Sam'] A. Sanborn, Special Agent, Car-
rabelle, Fla.
T. Bradford Byrd, Soliciting Agent,
Tallahassee, Fla.
See our advertisement on another
pnae of this newspaper. 30-tf

The recent riot at Atlanta in which Loa o '
several negroes were killed because of est! Lostl!
the increased number of assaults upon A Crescent Stick Pin, with eight dia-
women in that vicinity proves very con- monds on it; star in center with one
clusively that outrages upon Southern diamond. Finder will be rewarded by
women has reached its limit. Warn- leaving same at this office.
ings to the negroes in the way of hunt- .
ing down the special criminals and sum- Church Notices.
marily lynching them, it would appear, Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M.
has had no deterrent effect upon the Poage, Pastor.- Services Sunday at 11
stoppageof this peculiar crime. While a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep-
it is deplorable that innocent people worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
should be made to suffer for the crimes worth League, 4.00p. m. All members
of others, the fact exists, as the scenes requested to attend. The public and
at Atlanta so conclusively show, that strangers specially invited to worship
the time' has come when it must stop. with us.
There is no use dodging facts by theor-I First Baptist Church. on Clinton St..
izini nnd slspecious arguments. While near Adnms, Rev. Frank W. Crarner-'
lawlehsness is deplorable, it is more de- pastor Bible School, Lord's Day, 10a.
p lorabfle that 'atl.s for it exists. The m Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
Iaily Nes is no alomlogist for the' 7.3()p. m. Junior Baptist Union, 4 p. m.
se(-nes ,of vandalism that recently oc- Senior B. Y. P. IU., 645 p. m. Hour of
curred at Atlanta. Nor does it see the prayer and meditation, Wednesday, 7 30
necessity aof forestalling northern com- p. m. All are cordially invited.
me-nt, a.s suggested by Mr. John Temple i Special features for Iaord's Day, Oct.
<;rave.s. Atlanta is no worse than New 7th as follows: Rally Day program,
York. nor quite so bad. The recent at-; "Evecr Onward" at Ian. m. his pro-
tack in New York City on the negro gram is a beautiful gem; come and hear
neighhborhoxdlof San Jual Hill had much it. Evening sermonsubject "Awakening
less excuse than the attack on Decatur From Sleep." All r cordially invited.
street ne'groes in Atlanta. There are St., .Iohn's EpisAacol Church, Rev.
onlv two ways to settle this outrage Dr. W. If Carter. Rector.-Services:
business, in ,our opinion. The better Sunday. an tHoly iDys, holy commun-
eehnaent of the colored people can do it.. Sunday ao' l Holy iays, hey commun-
I i they do not, the white people will do n 7 o'clock ai m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
it. Ihat 's all there is to it. The way and 7.30 p.m. Friday, X p.m. St.. Mi-
t kill a snake i to kill him Pensa chael'i coloreded. Services: Sundays,
to kill snake i to kill him. Pens- 4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Codat News.A
Christian Science Services are held
( Ailbert G(ihhrist need no long- every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m ., in the
enr ,efer' his triumphal return to the front room, second:.try, of the build-
shore of in. Mr. Bryan hasdisa tour peof for ing east of the postotfice. This room is
ieIw themes. Mtern rizyan andhisapres- also used as a(hristian Science reading
iecow the westnternt pubic attention room, and is open daily except Sundays,
ence cannot divert public attention between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
from the home-coming of South rlor- a. m.All are cordilly invited.
iia' s eloquent and avowed candidate .a. m. Allarecorntllyinvite foir the tenancy of the new mansion up
a-t Tallatassee The psychological mo-
rnewi is not tleo be despised in matters of Wdr n o
t his character. Live O(ak Democrat. I **

The ('ity ('Council has ordered placed
in the cells at the city jail two new iron

Thrice-a-Week Edition.
Read Wherever the Eagllsh I e muage
Is Spoken.
The' Thrice-a-Week World, now that
a great presidential campaign is fore-
shadowed. hopes to be a better paper
than it has ever been before, and it has
muscle its arrangements accordingly.
Its news service covers the entire globe,
praomptlyand accurately. It is the only
news not a daily which is as good as a
daily, and which will keel) you as com-
pletely informed of what is happening
throughout the world.
The Thrice-a-Week World is fair in
its political reports. You can get the
truth from its columns, whether you
are Republican or Democrat, and that
is what you want.
A special feature of the Thrice-a-
Week World has been its serial fiction.
It publishes novels by the best authors
in the world, novels which in book form
seIl for $1.50 apiece, and its high stand-
ard in this respect will be maintained
in the future as in the pastI
regular subscription price is only $1 per
year, and this pays for 156 papers. We
tffer this unequal led newspaper and the
True Democrat together for one year
for $1.50.
The regular subscription price of the
two papers is $2.

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 bel
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by phone, 169,
or visit our stalls in the

A ladies Double-case Watch with PtOasol
initial "." engraved on beck, with fob
in shape of baggage check, with "Flor-
ioa State Troops, 1906," on check.
Parties finding Msme will be suitably
rewarded by returning same to G. E. .
McGriff at Comptroller's office, capitol,
or at his residence. f f L
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hit 's Paper Se per box. Capi-
al City P uirmacy. 32
Mr. J. P. 8. Houstoun has recently
added some handstme hours. to his
Mr. Herbert Owens, with Levy Bros.,
hu gone to Montgomery, Ala., where
he wll visit for some time
Have you seen the latest in Souvenir
Postal Cards. Call at Tallahasse Drug
Co's. store. 32
Mr. John C. Bennett, who has been
with the Parker News Co. Jackson-
ville, returned t his city Saturday to
accept a position with the D. It. Cox
Furniture Company.
French Cambric Box Paper. Box con-
taining one pound 23c. Capita City
Pharmacy. 32
Miss Adele Girar.l has returnrcd home
from the New Y',rk market with an
elegant line of Winter Mi.iiery ;.nuI
Fancy Goods, which ;h,) wil, soon have
on display.
Dr. George H. G wynn and f.. nily re
turned to Tallah.assv, Wedntiesda.. ,f. i'
a pleasant season ;at, Panacea Sprl.igs.
Sa Mr. nd Mrs. Thoias H. Hil aid
family came up yesterday.
Ju,:t let folks l; < v. \1, 1 ar li\vintr.
Send a 'iuvpnir Postal Card, the lat,'tl
out, at the Tallahasscfe D)ru. store. .'32:
If you have somn- hinrg t)epile omil t
to have. only lack of g,,.4d rd'ert '" stands between yo'i and all the ord, r.,
in the word.
Hon. A. C Croom and wife returned
to Tallaha1sse Mond:ty.' Mrs. ('roon
from a summer trip abroad.
Mrs. Willie Levy returned hmin Mo'i-

nay, ai't r a verIv plu|'ati. l ~ui' et'i oI.-
ing, to the (leliglt of her niany Tall.,-
hassee friends.
Fancy Leather Nl,.-:tal, and local
views, always the lhe.t at TAllai:ts-
see Drug Co's. store, '2
Mr. T. A. Ausley. of Pensacola,
brother to Dr. C. M Auley is in the
city, preparatory to engaging in the
real estate business Mr. Ausley will
'ocate his offices in the rooms lately va-
cated by the Cherokee Club.
Mr. C. W. Miller, of Havana, was on
a visit to Tallahassee Monday. made us
a call, and now has the True Democrat
mailed to his address regularly.
Mr. Robert Bradford and family re-
turned from St. Teresa Wednesday,
after a very pleasant summer outing at
that popular resort.
Mr. Dudley Chittenden and wife are
in the city for a few days. visiting Mr.
Chittenden's p rents and sister and
their hosts of Tallahassee friends.
Take your prescription to the Capital
City Pharmacy. 32
Among the Leon countians who were
in the city were Messrs Geo. W. Pat-
terson, H. C. Billingsley, S. C. Fleming,
D. F. Gramling, and others whom, per-
haps, we did not meet on the streets.
Hon. J. G. Kellum, secretary of the
Board of Control, returned to Tallahas-
see Monday after a business visit to
"Hanan" Shoes are now considered
the things and are having a great run.
They are handled by Burras & Co ex-
clusive agents for the season. 32
Mr. W. L. Marshall has purchased the
residence formerly occupied by Mr. D.
M. Lowry on East Call street and is
now comfortably located therein.
Mr. R. W. Cobb, of the Tallahassee
Drug Co., has moved into the Gilmore
cottage on East Park avenue, formerly
occupied by W. L. Marshall.
Fine line Stationery, Box Paper, Tab-
lets, etc., at the Capital City Phar-
macy. 32
There will be a meeting of the Mac-
cabees qt Woodmen's Hall. over Gil-
more & Davis ( o.'s store tonight A
full attendance- is desired, as.4 ousimn .
9f importance will i.e trann,,cted andI
niew imbter tak,.n into th,- l'duge.
)mic and Fa.nty Leath. r S(ouven''ir
Postals, ju..,t received ,at T 'I .a.--e,,
Drug Store. ''2
Will the people vote to lilcr.e ",t t0h1
burden of tLxation upon them,.-;ves. t,
carry out a pet hobby of Mr. Bro'... ird.'
There's a nigger in tne. womoxi pitl.r -)r,'--
where, and we hot the |pt.iil>t .'ii! tin
it out before it's too T :'
h Herald.
Dr. Pike, the etffci,.nt ani genial ipre'-
scription artist at the Capital C'ity
Pharmacy, will spend Sunday at horne
in Bainbridge.
A relief committee, conmpw.ed of Mrs.
W. C. Appling of Tallahassee and Mris.
David Edrehin of Pensacola, have been
soliciting contributions for the storm
sufferers of stricken Pensacol.A. to
which the ladies of Tallahassee re-
sponded liberally. Other per.'ons wish-
ing to contribute articles of w.etring
aparel can notify the cummnrnitte, care
Lester House, Tallahassee.
4-Can't equal them anywhere, hnest line
o Souvenir Postals on mne iriazet., a
*. Tallahassee Di ug Store. J2
At a very interesting meeting of
Leon Lodge No. 5, I. 0 0. F1., Tueusdt.y
iftht several new apphcations were bali
oftor anu elected and the tirbt and
-'cond degrees were conferred upon
r. Joseph Lester. There wail dw de-
gree work at the next meeting and a
good attertdice ot the inemntr-hiia is
earnestly desired.
Full line of Souveiirs at the Caljtal
City Pharmacy. :'*

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At Home and Abroad. Elks Club Remodeling. Special Services at the Presbyterlan Masonic Hall, Florida Chapltr No. 16
I will appreciate an opportunity of' The Elks Club are remodeling their Church. R. A. N.
bidding on ro:dl making, grading, ditch- al".he:uly c('aiacious and excellent quar- A series of special services will corn- All members of the above Chapter
ig or any kind of dirt work, also any tvr,, arl lare installing much new and mence on Thursday, October 11th. at are hereby notified to attend a called
kind of heavy hauling, or particular costly furniture, which, when complete, 7:30, p. m., which will be continued un- and regular convocation 'on Monday
handling of furniture. Al! work done will make a suite of club rooms that til Sunday, October 14th. These servi- October 8th, 3:30 p. m. Work in an
on thort notice and satisfaw-tion guare- would do credit to a city much larger ceswill be conducted by Rev. Wm. H degrees. By order
anteed.. Phone 41. P. 0. Box 285 ( it than Tallahassee Ziegler, of Albany. Ga. Members of F. W. ARMSTRONG, H. P.
30-tf G. H AVEaRITT The growth of the Elks Club in the all congregations are cordially invited Attest : ARTHUR WILLIAMS, Sec.
Mr. R. M. r:ividson, ofQuincy, was past year has been nothing short of re- to attend these meetings. Preparatory ~-
in the city Tuesday. ma be rayer and praise service at 11 a m. Another Reeptica at College.
The True Democrat covers Leon For Sale. Sunday, October 7th. Invitation is hereby extended to the
county like the dew. Merchants adver- One' pair horses, wagon, buggy and Special sale all summer'at Evans'. public to a reception to be given by the
tise. other farm implements for sale at a Mr. J. H. Trump come over from Thalian Club of the Florid FemaleCol-
Judge L. W. Bethel, of Key West, bargain for cash. Apply to Wm. N. Quincy yesterday. lege on Saturday evening ft 8to .80
was in the city this week, visiting his Taylor, Box 14, Tallahassee, Fla. 29-4t p.m. Mr. George N. Footmaniwas among T n the East Hall.
son Mr. H. L Bethel.r. George N. Footman was among This receptionpromises to be an in.
Mr. E. N. Oliver spent several days Notic. his old time friends again Monday. teresting one andit is hoped that all
this week at his home in L~ake City, The party having my Hammond Dr. J. M. Cam, of Centerville, was who can will take advantage of this
this weEkatO his hoe inLaevClty, The party having my Hammond mon his rTlahase nd agan kind Inian tia on.
owing to the illness of his mother. typewriter will please return same to thi weekamong his Talahasee frin again kind invitation.
Messrs. Mickler & Perkins report that me at my undertaking rooms. The Rhodes Bros Ho Jhn Rbin Mr D. F. Gramln mad us pop all
cotton has gone up ic per lb since Sat- 30tf Jos DUNCAN.he Rhodes Bros H,,n John Robin- again the first of the week us pop call
.dr- I. son and Mr. F. 6. Williamson, of again the first of the wek,
urdry. Cheap for Cashl Woodville, were among their Tallahas-. Miss Mary Whitfield left to-day for
"Queens st uality"ard stamped on a shoe ne more Runaway Horse for sale. see friends Ma two weeks visit to friends In Atlanta.
SThe on. nusago, as wendonot propose to keel) Mr. GilmanJ Winthrop, 'M. hD., imsMr. H.NmSeetingixpted
dence the public has given Bums & an unsafe animal. Four already sold. home from New York, visiting his pa- toxtay or tomorrow from Now York
Co's "Queen 9uality Shoes for womenApply at the Kemper Stables. rents, Col. and MrsJohn S. iWnthrop City, where he has been purchasing
is proof of their excellence. 32 32-1m C. A. Shoemaker, Proprietor. and their hosts of fried. large lineof goods for his store.
Mr. P. E. Morgan, 6f the S. A. L ----.-- Messrs. J. Wilson Hall, J F. Coch- Mr (. Gwynn has returned from
Ry. and family, are now located in the Subscribe to the True Democrat. ran and Mr. Phillips, popular naval a two weeks sojourGwynn has thurned from
residence late vacated by R. W. Cobb The True Democrat goes to Master stores men, were among their Talla- He accompanied his family home, who
on St. Augustine street. Milfred Levy at College Park, Ga., reg- haesee friends again this week. have been spending the summer at
Mrs, Geo. Lewis, accompanied by her ularly now. Mrs. S. B. Iamar and Mrs W B. Wanesville, N. C.
daughter, Miss Evelyn, left Tuesday for If city news is lacking in this issue, Lamar are expected to arrive at the Mr. and Mrs. George Greenhow have
Baltimore. Md. where they will spend consideration must be made for the fact. Tallahassee home of Mrs. Clyede Walk- returned home after a pleasant um-n
several weeks. Our city editor, Mr. Clyde R. Miller, er next week to the delight of their mer's outing at the coppr mines In
Mrssrs. Robert F. Bradford. Sr and has been on the sick list for several hosts of friends in this city. which he is interested in Central Idaho,
.Jr. came up Wednesday from St. Te- days. Mrs. J. L Morgan was among her and Mrs. Greenhow at Weeton, N. C.
resa. Use the 'phone and call for No 97, Tallahssee friends again yesterday, Both report a good time.
Drs. L. A. and Ralph N. Greene of Burns & Co. when you want anything and left for a few days visit to friends Mr. B. F. Maxwell called at this of-
Greenville, came to the city Wednes. in the line of Men's Fernishings. 32 at St. Augustine. flee yesterday and left us some of the
day to receive their initiation to the The residence of Mr Silas D. Allen, I Hon. W. A. Register come to the largest chinquapins we ever saw. He
Elks Club. recently destroyed by fire, has been re- city again yesterday with Mr. Nims, says they grew on a tree near a chest-
Messrs Gilmore & Davis have started placed by a larger and more attractive who had purchased some cattle from nut and thinks that accounts for the
extensive repairs to their store which, home. i him and made us a very pleasant visit; size of them. He will try to graft the
when finished will make it the most up- T. H. Bond and family, who have last evening. We are always pleased, two.
to-date store in the city made Manatee their home for the pnst to have our friends call and have chat, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Phillips returned
Mr. Julius Salomon. wife and child- year, will leave this wee: for Talla- with us. Come all, and come often. yeAterdiy afternoon from a day's vista
ren returned home- Saturd .y af,.rc a hasse, where they will make their tf- The pardoning board hasn't been given tou friends in Tallahassee Colonel
most hpli nt and bent-ficial outing at' ture home. Manatee Record a regular healthy roast now in several II. E. Carter returned yesterday after-
Mt. Airy. C It is better to have th.- husband away weeks. The rrnemlrrs of the board noon from Tallahassee, where he has
'1,. (; N V B,n.ett taS .overed(TI his a part of the tinte and anxious to get must b, reforming Plant ('ity('ourier eu-en on professional business.-Live
coi,, ,.tlion with thi' Bilkrom I)rug (,"C. home, than to have aiim at home rhoost Mr. Max Krause, one of the most Oak Democrat
V I. .S', rp'ri'-hting the- of the time and alw;yen anxious to get Imipular salesmen ton the road in FIor- Il the course of time people will
,.. t I 'o f .lackt-'on' iir,e who away ida. wais among his 'ralhlhaioeei frienlmi wiider how it rnme to pas that Mon-
S'-r .n tie city fior th', l a.t wve .;. Mis Geo. I'. It inks, do-'.n from ag.-in r.systerdav after a sevvi',d wtka' t lc-l, over permitted the sale of liquor.
, ..Vtral (lay- in Itipton S.;rirs. Tullaha-nee, this mrnirmig and spent t 4 ab-.-in'ce, he having liteen otf on a vacu- Hais any one noticed how the
t, n 'to th,- ~.,t few hours with her parents, Mi. :.i.n tn and just having taken up hi, young mnen ot Monticello are behaving.
': W. . s t. Mrs. U I'. (ireen Sie left on th. oun(is, Everyoine iM .,lway.s plea-d Lto Ihe.-r. .' some-times thirty or more at
,. Ie..',,., h t ai,. nt ..t s.uth bound train for I't. Myers antd welcome Mr. Krause to the- city. youn' nea.i 's river meetings on Tues-

;,,r" !y i I,'a' I. *d :.t Ir. L J JN hn-
:* ,,. n }.,."'t F M i. l, ll,'.. 'i i.,by ('0 ttteriden arwd
wv'!''- :-.r' ,pc e linl g -v,. al i w, y., wtnh
.11. 1). (h IterVir I, ,on Ea, .t I.1 K
Mr. W. M !Ritt'i., ,-s of Ashland.
\V,.. nai rivvd Monday. accompanit-d Iy
his, ,.taghte.r, Miss kn ggles, who hals
entered the Florida lFemale (C'ollege.
Mr. k'eggles returned home Monday
after see-ing that his daughter was
properly in-.talled at the college.
Mrs. W. V. Knott, of Tallahassee,
State vice president, will remain it Al-
bury Springs. Vt.. until the last of Oc-
t oer, taking a much needed vacation.
W. C T. U Department, Tiu"ne.s-
.IMr,. L. M D)eBerry returned We.i-
nesi :y from t.onlele, G, where mne
hia.. l"nl visiting ner daughter.
Mr. Lewis G. Thoipson, ot Fernan-
dini, is visiting Mr. Bradford Byrd
Mr Thomprin is one of the ol College boys.
The Orlando kReporter-Star .s about
toatamndon hand composition anao install
a Mergenthaler. Another nail in the
coffin of the dear old tourist printer.
It this thing keeps up Flurida will soon
eate to be his favorite winter '"hang-
out."--Live Oak Democrat.

and( otni'r JXpoiin.- in SNo)tih Flornila whert
're will iipend i .ev .ial weeks vinitingi'A ".nd friewil. Live Oak itinemo
Mr C IH. Schoni;.ak r, the new p-ro-
pr,-t tr of the Kenip'r l:very Stablhes.
is last getting rid iof .ah the old ani
few runaway horse.s in him stables. He
has jUst ad(ed new oI ., some new
rolling .stock and nierit.. a share of the
public patronage. See his ads in
another column of the paper.
Mr S. C. Fleming, of Chaires Station
neighborhood, wa.s anmng his Talla
hasiree friends again Wednesday anri
had his name enrolled or. our subscrip.
tion list.
Judge George P Raney, of Talla
hassee, was among the prominent arri
vAls at the Aragon y,terday Gen
J Clifford R. ko'uter, Adjutant General
of the Florida State troops, accompa-
riled y Mrs. Foster, arrived in the city
yesterday from New York, Washing-
ton and other places to interest. htry-
left our St Augustire on the evening
train. Times-Union, lIt
Owing to the increase of business the
'Po:-t-office has int-reaMsed its force of
ckrkb. and Mr. Guyte McCord has ac-
cepted and is now occupying a poaitiW
in that capacity.
See Cllins for your Job IM .

e If you wish tocover Lion court .u t a 1l:3 Y'v'er i :gs. The old soaks are drink-
I should advertise in the' Tr'' Ile.tmwrtr I' their liquor ars they used to do-but
- It goes everywhere arndevi-rv l,,oy likes ts-. I,'oys are "cutting it out It is
it tor it is the home people's t'ow.,' r.w. worth the money. Monticello News.
ipaplr, neatly and cleanly priot onri Th(.eacquaintances and friends of both
Ig ox paper If your n.iglnbor dcle'sn ni't tlh- Moores and Georges sympathize
a take it Lell him of it and secure tu, hisi with them deeply in the cutting affair
e subscription. We must have eve-ry ir, thiH -o'unty Iuesday morning, in
V man or family in the county on our lit, whi.h younir George cut Charlie Moore
e and now only a few remain off of it very severely. Mr. Moore is in the
n Professor John G. Riley, openedl Lin- Kings E'rn-ogerncy Hospital under phy-
coin Graded Academy and Higri school sioian's cHre and it in earnestly hoped
Monday with a good program and a very he will rapidly recover and become
- large attendance of pupils This is one sound and well. All parties are closely
of the largest and tbet colored schools related an I it is deplorable so serious a
. in the State. Prof Riley hau, the- di- dimfculty should have come about from
tinction of being the only colored teach. so small smatter' The young man who
er in Florida who has passed and holds did the cutting is said to be about 16
Sa State certificate. lie is a gemm! tt,.ch. years old.
e'r. a hard worker in the intere t of Dunn's Review, speaking for Jack-
schools, and for the betterment tl his sonville in its issue of September 22nd
people. It i a worthy ,example for oays: "-Jobbing trade is nood general,
younti colored pIeople to follow and putl- but in groceries trade has been a little
turn after quiet. Dry goods are active, and the
.. -^"' ; ,volume sold greater than last year.
A Lucky PfstmlteU Collections are fair. The yellow pine
is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary Me Vho market is quiet and prices somewhat
has found Ur. a New Life Pils to lower than early in the msas.. The
be the beat ra v eer ted for amount handled by vweb the two
1 keepin tha bowels weeks was 10,0a pi
* t peafot o4jr R wiTaay th her and .0o000 otial
if ,ay that stores a. a-
all wevelpts have on

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TM TJ' U D OC LAT. not her be ra or c, but m t wasv.
SSpeaking of bad handwriting, the two
IfVt[L11D EVERTY FrIRIAY MORNING. leaing members of the d isn lshed
* I3TCERS AND RMMNISCKNCES. I Daniel, of former days, wrote about
the worst hand I ever saw. A Chinese
uzazle was easy in comparison. It was
(Continuedfrom Page t.)fore the daysofstenographers and
typewriters that the firm received a
fellow stuttered. Then he was asked letter from New York relating to some
whether he had "any conscientious business matter and asking certain in-
scruples against the infliction of capital formation. Col Fleming wrote the re-
pualshment," and the vague expression ply, but the New York man couldn't
on his face indicated that the conun- read it. He knew only from the letter-
dram was too much for him. The judge head who it was from. It was sent
explained that what they wanted to back with the statement that he could
know was whether he favored the' not decipher it, and with a request that
death penalty. "T-t-t-that de-de-de- the other member of the firm write
pends on idr-circumstances, edgee" him Col. Daniel then wrote, but the
said the would-be juror. "And what New Yorker was worse puzzled than
do you mean by that?"' aked the judge. ever, and sent it back a second time
"Well- its t-t-this way, jedge," replied, with the laconic request, "Let the first
the would-be juror, "ef-ef---I was on man write again."
on a jury and they f-f-fetched a man
b-before me for mm-murder and t-the Human Blood larIs.
evidence showed pint blank t-that he' A tale of horror was told by marks
was g-g-guilty, I d -I'd be in f-f-favor' of human blood in the home of .J. W.
of hangin'hirn; but ef t-t-the evidence Williams, a well-known merchant of
showed he w-want g-g-guilty then I'd flc,. Ky. He writes: "Twenty years,
--I'd be in f-f-favor of amendin' him to ago I had severe hemorrhages of the
t-t-the p-penitentiary f-f-fer life." lungs and was near death when I began
The defendant rejected the juror. taking Dr. King's New Discovery. It
completely cured inme and I have re-
HIMH I'MCKPTOR. rained well ever since. It clres hem-
Judge John F. White, judge of the' orrhages, chronic coughs, settled colds,
third judicial circuit for many years, and bronchitis and is the only known
cure for weak lungs. Every bottle
was a unique character, and his odd guaranteed by all druggists .'Oc and
ways furnished material for many qui $ Tril bottle free. *
and jokes amongst the lawyers. He Ti
was, however, an excellent man and A Remarkable Party.
learned judge. His son, Joe S. White, That party which excurted into the
w a bright lawyer, an ad not death Everglades the other day must have
cut short his career he would have at- been composed of gentlemen of remark-
ined distinction. I happened to he able perception. They must have been
atlendlng court in one of the counties all lightning calculators of phenomenal
of the thir4 circuit and heard Joe argue. ability. To them vast engineering prob-
iV a point of law before his father and lems, demanding the most patient cal-
rd to him some authority on the culation and investigation of men who
point involved. When he had read as have given a lifetime to such study and
much of the law a" seemed to suit his such work, were but child's play, and
ase he tossed the book upon the table were solved with one casual glance of
before him with an air that seemed to the ee.
ay "that settles it." Itsohappened Th part or, rather, those mem-
that the judge was also reading a lx)k, hers of it who approved the resolutions
which proved to be the same a the one adoptedl at Alva-s ailed into LakeOkes -
Joe read from and when the latter chobwe and sailed right out again. The
stoppedthe judge yelled athim,Oh entire expedition occupied only two
read on. my son read on!" 'No,'" days. What theynsaw of the wverglad-s
said Joe, "I've read all I .care to." could oy have beeafe t mall portion
"Now, where did you learn that trick, thereof. It is safe to presume that.
my son?" asked the judge with a show they slept a while, dined a few times,
o indignation; "where id you learn to lonaed a little and occasionally partook
read to the court the law that suits you of refreshmrnents But in the space of!
and stop when it begins to run against prhaps twelve hours they settled the
Operhap twelve hours they settled ther!
you?" 'Well,' replied Joe, not dimsro- great engineering problem of draining
tfuly, debut with a miechevou "ilthe PverglaIde and pronounced it en-
that set the Oar laughing and in which h tirely feasible. t
the judge joined, "your honor was my Itere is what these wonderful observ-
first preceptor and my first and only era, who figured out great engineering
law partner. Whatever accomplish- prblms with one lsuint of the eye,
months I have in that line I learr.ed from established, beyond peradventure tnd
you. from their own observation, in their
A UNIqUX RILIN4QiHlIMENT. momentary glance at the Everglades,
When I was a member of the law as declared by the resolutions which
ath adopted:
firm of Calhoun, Davis & Gillin, we That the property owners along the
drew a deed for a client residing in the, banks of the Caloosahatchie UNANI-
country, conveying some separate em- MOuInY desire te Everglades drained
tate of the wife, In which of course, in other words, they jaw all of them,
the husband had to join. The deed was got an expression from every one of
mailed to the client with instructions to them -in two days.
have it signed before two witnesses That Okeecho bee can be "easily"
and to have a neighboring Juiticeof the drained--dead easy, this--and that it- P
peac take the acknowledgment. When tie or no obstruction" is offered. a
the paper was returned to us for in. That the Governor's plans are entire- ti
spe.tion we found that the justice had ly "feasible and practicable."
eartified he had examined the husband Our Uncle Sam was certainly unfort-
separately and apart from his wife and unate in not having this estimable body [
that the husband acknowledged that he of lightning engineers at command
dehimself a party to the deed freely when hne was dong all that figuring
a 9d voluntarily and without constraint, over the Panama canal problem. All
apmhnaion fear or compulsion of or the months and months of time and
from his wlfa and for the purpose of thousands upon thousands of expense
reliaquishing, renouncing and convey- Incurred in figuring out the canal con-
li hsh right of dower n and to the struction problem might have been
bida deserlbed. We subsequently saved if the President could only have
aei th justice why he did this, and corraled this Florida excursion party
a l rply was that he knew if It had and given it an opportunity to get just
beNI th husband's property the wife one glance at the Culebra Cut!
wuld have relinquished her right of The Tribune is not exaggerating the
dower, and he thought "the rule ought case in the least-for the resolutions
to work both ways." themselves tell us that the party made
an "accurate finding," and "diligent
A JUSTICE COURT CASEJ. and faithful observation-all in twelve
It was a long time ago, when Fen hours and between refreshments-
Taylor (now on the Supreme Bench as Tampa Tribune.
Justice Robert Fenwick Taylor, and aM is the Neas iBaabited?
elear-headed a lawyer as I ever knew) Science has proven that the moon has
and George T. Turner were both pruc- nn atmosphere, which makes life in
tieng law min (Gainenvlle ''They were some form possible on that satellite. 4
employed on opposite sides in a case in but not for human beings,. who have a
a justice court eiKhteen or twenty miles hard enough time on this earth of ours;
from town, and drove out together with especially those who don't know that
a teamn hirld between them. The legsl Electr.c Kitters cure headache, bilious-
battle lasted nearly nil day, iumd lute in njess, malaria, chills and fever, jauiidct, I

tie afternoon tinh jury rctlred iutnlld l
the little school house in which court
was being held to coinider t heir ver-
dict. When they returned aiul were'
aoked if they had agreed the' fore'rnan
said they ham, but w(tuld I11nt h*liver the
verdict until they wtere pjid their juryI
fees. "The jusite' lh.imkel fr'm oniu( to
the other of th, ''oiitendin lawyers, in
an Inluiring, t lili-s.s 4 : rt of w.>y. |||a l
as each lawyer had lhi.i doinlits a alout
what the verdict would I.,. thlNy ,
Insia ted that the' itir iiight to i e' or'
ulred to advaii'e the fuiil... itid thuS.
tey argued uml con41 itendtl i tntil tli
afternoon was wtll i'snAr l ,P-'it. T'he,
Jul aa aid he' was imlnr'til,.id what tio
o, but would dlir'ect tIe' i i.n1 n .ta l.h t)
keep the jury logeitcher until hte ',,ilf
drive to Bronson, ten ri1ln,, ; awt%\, and(l
get the opinion of Col. ('oulti'r, teo
whom he always looked for ialvice. ianl
when he returned he would know what'
to do. The two lawy er,i realizing the'
lona drive they had befo rthem and,
that darkness was fast approaching,'
emenakded to divide the cost between
thma and accordingly handed the money
I the mahlitrate out of their own
paam. Te jastlee, with self-import-
aloke and charaeteristic dignity, pro-h
eseded to read aloud the slip of ipa er
headed him by the foreman: "We the
y, ee to disagree" What ay-
r aMd urner thought and said need

fuysti';'suu, dzie ss1 ~et~isIrjpid lIi ver, k ill-
-ly t'eililhut-sk i. general deltIlit v ali
f~' In I 0 11111k nt'see's, Ine'e144 oa Ie4'eI WS It
general ton Ic k.nid ii IIze'r for weakl
I "W'S01nS.111, V.41 e aI vfe ir t he iwoee
It Ine Iuce's Sl~it Ild Fl~liv.g ilti.Ill-

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rvin Oi ( itthe e i-t vn*. fr~i~mi. Nvw Ym:k
elr. e *l*~' hi i s ',-co it' tr.w ;':eh'a

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throiugIh the' I,.'slatut'( o,' a bill that -
the Gtoverno'r vetoed Ilis language, in
referring to the chief executive, wa '
not of the choicest In fact the corn- W,.a
dots of the Leon Hotel in Tallahawe, 1 Bi iBi
had a sulphurous air that was hard to' Petet appem e r.
breathe for several days. Now we see At a4 drsW*t*. ;
him introducing resolutions commend- Mlt'-o IT.LI Mr. cO., J.cMse~m,, n1a.;
ing the Giovernur's action in the drain. -.. - __
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.. ...-... ....... STATION$. N--- ------
N. r, No,. 3 No. ? No. 6 No. 12 No 4
SSunrlav Iailyex. I)ailyex. Sunday Sunday Dailye.
a I (y. nl>. Su'iny. Sunday. only. only. Sunday.
A. M I'. M P'. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M.
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S"' .. "7 Star 4 af 5 20 9 38 9 07
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M -2 : 2 >i :i W : Platt : .A' 5 (W 9 5 0
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Ar 4 4'9 4 1. :mL Lv 4 0 9 06 8 0M
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% 4 ?' IHell 3 2 i 9 08 04
S7 Ar. I J. M .irotion .. 25, 4 43 Lv 9 00 Lv 00
S" I.'. I ) 3 19 a 4 40 Ar I 5 Ar 7 41
I 1- Sil., 3 15 4 34 4 49 7a
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l it 1 i -,tKr.onit i'a.i'n cir. F'rt.and Paaumner.Pa*I'na'r.
N .. N,. 9 No. li STATIONS. I No.8 No. 10 No. 14
I1 vi'. Iaily'.x. Sunday IDaily x. Daly ae. SfUmi
Stn A M. P P.. M A. M. P.. A. M.
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9 4 M ( Mayo Juncton ....... .. 7 M 8 n a
P 4 & 6 ... .............. Clark ...... ...... 7 47 0
100. 6 ..M..... ...Mayo ... 8 8 U
Ar 10o l Ar 4 Ar s ..................Alton ..... .............. aL1 7V sa .1 1
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destruetlon of proprty at other
Swe fee more tan ever like hu-
I q Mttf bebfid the
Islands that make at pext to im-
Ie for a storm to hurt us very me-
oyster house, thA salt water bath
SMand the boards on the walks at
Sbeach were washed away, not by
se verity of the storm, but by its
Imina and unprecedented aura-
i. The usual tropical hurricane lasts
six to twe)ve hours. This one
for more than seventy-two hours,
or three days and nights.
The walk right at the springs was
also slightly damaged. The tram road
had two trees blown across it and the
ralls floated out of their beds at Buck
Horn creek and at the Peter Scott
branch. The Ruck Horn bridge was a
little damaged by the tide backing up
"til it floated. Otherwise it was un-
harmed. It has been repaired. Work
Is also being pushed on the walks.
Manager Trice of the hotel expected
to bring down a big excursion next Sun-
day by way of St. arks, but his plans
have been broken into seriously by fail-
re to get the steamer at the last mo-
The seine yard fishing season is now
at hand almost and the owners of the
various "yards" are busily engaged in
"rigging up." They will begin fishing
in real earnest next week.
Dr. Gwynn's family moved up Wed-
nesday and Mr. Hall's on Thurday of
this week. They had been here all the
Mrs. John Chason is visiting friends
in Bainbridge.
Mr. J. 0. Walker and family of Pen-
sacola, who have been here for a couple
of weeks have returned home.
Several new cottages will be com-
menced as soon as the lumber can be

Of the Caty ard of Pfbk

(eaIr or fleas6.4iOmm or Liow.)
aluml.y. A. D. A.L 198.
To as BMiW'. 9 a Ow, dC it Cou,

I-lM a L< sneristikn mad* and war.
t" W= for t*month wdiar tte w a day of
L Balance in treaury as per last
etat -m-t ...... .. ...... 119."4
L Raipte for month siteismed
hein ......................... IJ,.O
L Warrants outstanding thk
date............... ......-1.96.42

4. Warrants outstanding a per
last report ...... .......3. .27.86
S. Total warrants drawn this
month as Itesised herein..
6 Cash n handsof treasurer this
date...- ...............--2.030.10


County school levy ... .........$ 962 00
Sub. School Dist. No. I ........ 300 00
1.22 00
GEO. I. DAVIS, Chairman
E. B. EPPES, Superintendent.

To the Sheriff of Leon Coun
Be it known that I,. H. Cla
tary of State of the State of F
give notice that a General Ele
on County, State of Florida
sucee*ding the first Monday in
1906. the said Tuesday being
For One Representative of
sional District of Florioe in th
of the United States.
For Two Justices of the Sup
State of Florida.
For Two Railroad Commnislo
of Florida.
For One State Senator fot S
trict of the State of Florida.
For Two Members of the Hou
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Ameeisor of Tax<
For Tax Collector.
For County Treasurer.
For Five County Commissior
For Three Members of the
Public Instruction.
For Justice of the Peace in a
in Justice District., viz:
Non. :. 4.7, 8 9. 10, 12.
For Constable ift and for the
Districts, viz:
No. i. 4, 410, 11. 12.
In Testimony Whereof, I
my hand and affixed th

^..^ -..--.-- [L. s.] State of Florida, at Ta
Gulf Coast Fair Notes. tal, this the first day o
That the farmers appreciate a fair 10. H. CLAI
that is run for their benefit education
_Ii wholesome amusement is shown by To CHARLES HOPKINS. She
the wide interest manifested in the Gulf Foreclosre
Coast Fair and Agricultural Exposition OTICE IsHERElY GIVE
to be held at DeGuniak Springs. Fla., N tue of a decree of forecY GiVE
from Oct. 81 to Nov. 3rd. The premium and entered on the 28th day ol
lists are ready for distribution and will 190. in the Circuit Court c of t
be sent free of charge on application Circuit of the State of Flori
e county. in chancery, in a ca
to the secretary. Mason is complainarnt and A.
A return to thegood old days when ministrator of the estate of C
fairs were meeting places for the e Joph W. Davis. a
are defendants. I, Joseph A. I
farmers and their sons, daughters, cial Master, will sell, at public
wives and friends to discuss the work front door of the court house
of the year and its results, is found in the city of Tallah.assee. o the
theoteuCacasIh. on Monday, the 6th day a
the program of the Gulf Coast Fair to ISo. between the hours of e
be held at DeFuniak Springs, Fla., Oct. and one o'clock p. m.. the f
81 to Nov. 3. There will be amuse- lands, to-wit: Nineteen and th
l nd in the E of the NW 1(
ment features of course, among them R. t w., inning 3 feet w
the old fashioned fiddler's contest for nerofMrs. McMahon's fence. t
the $50 in cash, a competitive drill of thence S 22.4 chains, thence'
the soldiers and other things, but the known as the "Old Fair Groun
fair is the thing. We hope to see this and being in the county of Le
county well repemented.And also the SW and the
W k of the SE % of section
With so many of the counties keen one hundred and seve.nty 70)
competitors for the liberal premiums % and the west 10 aeres of th<
offered for the best county displays at of setion T. 8 N, IL.
the Gulf Coast Fair at DeFun'iak of Leo M=sttean
Springs, Fla. it will be an object lea- Purchaser to pw ar deed.
son In what Florida can produce that Uorm A
will be worth going miles to see.
Gov. Broward will meet the ablest gep Sale
oppo ent of drainage at the Gulf Coast farm just o,, &ld
a'Wat DeFuniak Springs on Nov. 1st, fIa y-fJis o t
and on the 2nd will come the big fid-. w" igty- v. ad
dimer contest for $50 in cash prizes, and giod five-rmneresiden
there will be the competitive drill for wire fencing; ity wa
the silver cup and the gold medal, and good hera. Admirabb
then such a show as there will be of the poultry, stock, truck or
products of Florida and South Alaba- A.L.
ma. Guess we had better go.
TveriasH.eard Fr ).7
Jim Knock Knee Camp, Everglades,
September 25th, 1906:
Editor Lake Butler Star: I notice kE(ilSTERED
you say in your last issue that "even
theSeminole Indians are kicking against BU
draining the Everglades." True, some
squaws are against it because they MARBLE MON
Should have to carry water a longer dis-
W?, but we bucks, who have to keep mwN AkLL "OURS.
h ot oiling, are in favor of drainage. --- -
We are not all afraid of the pale faces
crowding us out, for the land is value- r.
less and drainage would soon produce /
vines and bushes and make the 'Glades
more impenetrable than even now. If
the water was away game of all kinds
would take refuge here and only we "It's up tov yo'" to
bucks could find it. nep%- Edluvation. lookk
But alas! The Governor's little t';t- oughlv taught lv a;ilile
spoons, called dredges, can work till sl'E('IA I. 1)lt'(
they wear out before ar: iniprelsron ca.n nin s Auig ]7>. I.* ;.
be made on the Fvergh.d(s, whittlr
anyone likes it or not. Hie will dig
while his term lasts; but drir.:age eraz,"
is a rare form of insanity and it i, nt i S: .S,
likely his successors will he ait fflictf(
that way: the worse for us im>or Indiaris
Yours truly, Man Afraid of ( ers. SA
Adjustment Reached By Lumbermen
and Railroads.
Delegation of Iimb'rrnw'n from 0 n e-
Jacksonville arrived hre iv to GeneraI
effect, if possible, some st.ttlrne.nt i'i
their differences retrarding whanri'(e
rates, an an agreement wass made l 'i whi'h
*itis claimed will i>e much to the :"dv.n- ,,e a,1
ta of Jacksonville.
The agreement fixes certain rates to D Ul
satisfaction of both the lumbermen
railroads and also insures tsie lum-i
that the railroads will gumran-
the full capacity of the existing C n a t'
wharves, now being, used by lumber- contract!
Th Seaboard Air LineRailway alo solicited aI
agrees to build promptly its full share
of lumberwharves in order to- over- gua *lralnt A
ome mthe difficulties now existing. s a a t

the~a isebst Wi

R. A. SHINE, Auotioneer.
Tallahassee. Ph.. Sept. 6,1906.
Made under Section 31, Chapter 4115., aws of
Florida, showing the amount of taxes charged
to the Tax Collector of Leon county, Florida
to be collected for the eun* nt year 1906. and
the apportionment of the bame to the several
fund for which such taxes have been levied:
Total Tax Year 1106t........... ...... $37.489.46
Amount paid to Oct. lit. 1906 ......-...,-82.27

ty, of the State of Balance.--.......---.--.---------.......--..---. $ 487.19
yCrawford. Secre- General Revenue .-.. --- 7.734.655
lorida, do hereby An,'t paid to Oct. let, 1906.- 7,665.11
action will be held in .... $.....................- 69.41
, on Tuesday next Schools .- ........ .. ---18,047.29
n November, A. D. Am't Paid to Oct. lit. 1906. 17.885.24
the Sixth Day of ........- -......... -- 162.04
Polls ................... 1.341.00
the 3rd Congres. Am't Paid to Oct. let, 196... 1.341.00
he Sixtieth Congress ................... .... -- -
Fine and Forfeture ....... 3,877.18
reme Court of the Am't Paid to Oct. st, 1906 .. 3.832.64
... .. .... ... ..... ..... ...... -- 44.64
ners for the State Roed and Bridge..-.....--.....2,6718
Am't Paid to Oct. lit, 1906-. ,5665.02
Sth Senatorial Dis- ..... ..... .......... -- -- 23.16
Special School District No. 1. 8.861.27
use of Representa. Am't Paid to Oct. let, 196... 8,673.36
I ......... .. ........... 187.91
.. ... .... ......... --------.... ...... 487.19
Attesto H.T. FELKIL.
ners. Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County Florida. Oct.
e County Board of 1st. 1906.
nd for the follow- Notice to Property Owners.
e following Justice i City Council of the city of Tallahassee. Flor.
ida. will meet as a Board of Equalization at the
Council Chamber, City Hall, on Thursday, the
i 26th day ot October. A. D. 1906, at 7.30 p. m.. and
have hereunto set ay eii son or persons. firms. associations or cor-
e great Seal uf the porationswinhing to appear before said City Coun-
llahaaSee. the Capi- cil, sitting as such Board of Equalisation in rela-
f September, A. D. tion to the valuation of their property for assess-
SRAWFORD t purposes for the year A. D. 1906 will govern
Y CRAWFORDst. themselves accordingly.
Secretary of State. M. MCINTOH. Jr..
eriff leon County. President City Council.
City Clerk.
N THAT, BY VIR- By direction of the City Council.
sure and sale made Tailahasse, Fla., Sept. 1, 190L. 9-21-'-St6t
of September. A. D.
he Second Judicial SPECIAL TAX LEVT F WATER AND Fill
ida. in and for Leon .It1e10,lo.
use wherein A.IHA.
harles P. Davis. de- the intention of the City Council of the city
rah X. Davis. et ,. of TallahasMsee, Florida, to pass an ordinance on
Edmondson. aS P*- the 6th day of October, A. D. 1506. providing for
outcry, before the the levy of a special tax of three and one-half
of Leon county, in mills, for water and fire pirteeton. upon the tax-
highest bidder 'for viable property within the corporate limit of the
of November. A D city of Tallahassee. Florida. for the year A. D.
eleven o'clock a. m. 19 6W. M. MclwrIom. Jr..
following described Attest President City Council.
Secunarter 2 r T. 1 N ALEXANDKe H. WILLIAMs.
eat of the NW co. City Clerk.
hence W 8.H0chains By direction of the City Council.
E 8.80 chains. id Tallahassee. Fla.. Sept. 13, 106, -21-06-t
point of beginning, Geartlan'a sN ,e.
da" property, lying ******* ew .
west 10 acres of the undersigned Guardian of the Estates of Lila
20, T. 3 N.. R. 2 E Blanch Griffith and Lina Erminie Grifith minors,.
) acres and the NW will make application to the Hon. IL A. Whltfeld,
e W 4 of the NE V County Judge of LmM county. Florida, at his eo-
, one hundred and floe In the court house, on Mo day, the Ith day of
being in the county October, A. D. I9M. at ten o'clock a. m.. for au-
thority to sell the undivided two-thirds interests
of the Mid minor In and to the following described
EDMONDSON. property located in theCity of Talahassee. county
Speelal M ter. of Leo. State of Floriwda, to-wit: Tallahassee
City Lot No. 17. Old Plam.
D* Guardian of the Estate of Lila Blanch Griffith
the city on the and Una Erminis Grimth. 21-4t
res good land
rce; plank and a
ter; telephone; A few boarders. Apply 276 North
y adapted for Calhoun street or P 0 Box 826.
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