The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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NO. 34.

d overnmt; honesty In Publ O e; Equl Ju to A--Speal Privileges to None.
Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


UpteadW teagram Doadered sad a
NeM t SWeeabl Aftmeea Speat.
STheMee W. of Tasllahs
@es 6o d Woren..*
On FMday afternoon there was ten-
S dared t the new teachers of this sea.
SoM, a dslthtftl reception, in order that
they might become acquainted with
the ladies of the city, and also to give
the ladles an opportunity to make a free
wil offering for the benefit of the kin-

The reception was held in the parlors
Sof the Leoa Hotel, which was hand-
somely decorated with a profusion of
bamboo, roses and dahlias.
The affair was well attended many
attractive and daintily gowned ladies
being present. Refreshments, consist-
Ing of ot chocolate, tea and cakes were
served by Mrs. John W. Wideman and
Mr. Geo. I. Davis assisted by Missed
Margaret Bradford, May Poage, Annie
Col. Gnevieve Crawford, Dorcas and
Joepl Broward Arrabelle Hopkins,
Omea Holtoway, lakinson and Chris-
thnf Wddeman.
The following delightful program was
r. rendered:

Piano duet, selected-Miss Edmon-
so, Miss Tatum.
Vocal duet, "The Bird of Spring"-
Mrs. L A. Prkins, Mrs. Geo. Perkins.
Piano solo, "The Flatterer" (Chami-
nade) -Miss Saxon.
Chous. "The Valley of Summer
Flowenr-Miss Cates, Miss McCord,
Miss Jones, Mias Van Brunt.

Overtu r selection from "A Mid-.
summer igt's Dream" (Mendels-
Ssobs)-Mlssm rupp, Miss Foster.
VOOl dt, Frendship"-Mrs. L
.A. Perka, Mr. W. H. Shrevs.
Vocal solo, "Swallows" (Cowen)-
S Miss Margaret BRuchhols.
Cornet due "Alice'-Mr. Albert
If Shine, Mr. C. Robertson.
Recitation, When the Keyes Come
Home"-Miss Edith Morse.
S Vocal solo, "Dreams" (Tosti)-Mr.
S W. H. ShreWs.
"Dear, When I Gase" (Rogers.)
"Thou Art Like a Flower" (Chad-
"A Serenade" (Neidlenger).
Accompanist, Miss Clark.
Vocal duet "The Land of the Set-
S ting Sun"-Irs. L. A. Perkins, Mr.
W. H. Shrevs.
The reception was principally in be-
half of the kindergarten school, and
the free will offering resulted in a
handsome sum to the Women's Club.
Resolatleas of Respect and Coado-
lence Adepted Dy the Comrades
of Camp.

The following resolutions were unan-
imously adopted at the meeting last
night of R. E. Lee Camp No. 58 United
Confederate Veterans:
The death angel has again invaded
our ranks and on May 18. 1906, in the
city of Jacksonville, took from us our
comrade Henry Ruters Shine, a faith-
ful and devoted member of R. E. Lee
Camp No. 58 U. C. V.
Comrade Shine was born in Tallahas-
see on August 31, 1846, where he was
educated. At the early age of 16 he
enlisted in the Confederate army as a
private in Company D., Second Florida
cavalry. He served his country a gal-
S4aJnt and brave soldier, participating
with his command in the battles of
Olustee and Natural Bridge and other
) lesser engagements in Florida.
In later years he occupied various po-
sitions of trust under the United States
government which he filled with integ-
rity and ability. He was good citizen
and a loving husband and father. Ie-
sides his widow he left a large family
to mourn his loss. To them his com-
rades of this camp extend their sincere
mpathy in the affliction which has
come to them
Resolved: That this brief tribute be
spread on the records of this camp in
loving memory of deceased comrade
that a copy be furnished his widow, and
that the city papers be requested to
publish the same.
A Disgrace to Theim.
It is only justice to the colored race
to acknowledge, that a large proportion
of its members deplores the laziness
and crimes of those shiftless negroes
who prefer to pass most of the year in
idleness. The Gainesville Sun has found
it so, and says: "No people are more
In favor of the vigorous enforcement
of the law against vagrancy than the
bard-wofting. industrious negroes Sev-
woral of the better class ef negroes have
toeently commended the Sun for its
s to rid the city of loafng, worth-
s members of their race, whom they
denounce as a disgrace to them and the
city in which they live. Put the
7 vagrants to work." That this is alpo
true of the colored people of Jackson.-
ville, all know who are in a position to
. lears their sentiments.




Will Our People Veto to Make a Beaurd *of Five dralaae Commsseri
Florida, Who Will Be Umbeadeod ad Usaccassll Sfor TI

Senate Joint Resolution No 286:
Being a joint resolution roposing an
amendment to Article 16 of the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida relating
to the drained, reclamation and im-
provement of the swamp and overflow-
ed lands, the creation of a Board of
Drainage Commissioners, prescribing
its powers and duties, authorizing the
establishment of drainage districts, a
drainage system, the building of canals,
levees, dikes and reservoirs for pur-
poses of drainage, irrigation and com-
merce, the assessment of lands to be
drained, reclaimed, improved and bene-
fitted by means thereof, the collection of
necessary funds by assessments of ben-
efits of taxation, and providing for the
management and maintenance thereof,
and for exercise of the right of emi-
nent domain, and for the sale and uses
of said lands for the purpose of drain-
age reclamation and improvement of
said swamp and overflowed lands within
the State of Florida.
The following amendment to Article
XVI of the Constitution of the State of
Florida be and it is hereby agreed to
and shall be submitted to the electors
of the State at the general election to
be held on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in November, A. D. 1906,
for ratificationor rejection.
Section 32. The Governor, the Comp-
troller, the State Treasurer, the Attor-
ney- General and the Commissioner of
Agriculture of the State of Florida,
and their successors in office, are here-
by constituted and designated as a
board of Drainage Commissioners, and

are hereby authorized and empowered
to establish a system of canals, drains,
levees, dykes and reservoirs of such di-
mensions and depth, as, in the judge-
ment of said Board of Drainage Com-
missioners, is deemed advisable, to
drain and reclaim the swamp and over-
flowed lands within the State of Flor-
ida or such parts or portions thereof as
is deemed best by said Board of Drain-
age Commissioners from time to time,
and to provide for the irrigation of the
lands reclaimed and to maintain such
drains, canals, levees, dikes sad reser-
voirs in such manner as will be oat ad-
vantageous to the territory sq drained
the State of Florida, its inhabitants and
the commerce thereof.
Section 88. That the Board *f Drain-
age Commissioners are hereby author-
ised and empowered to establish drain-
age districts and fix the bondaries
thereof in the State of Florida. That
the Board of Drainage Commiestoners
be and it is authorized and empowered
to prepare a list or lists of all th allu-
via or swamp and overfowed taxable
lands within such drainage district or
districts, and levy thereon an acreage
tax not exceeding ton cents w acre
per annum to be fixed annu said
Board of Drainage Comm-rrJ and
the various tax ssss of the vous
counties embraced in a part or i 'ole
within such drainage district or dricts
shall receive such lat or lists and eater
the same upon the tax rolls of the coun-
t or counties in which such lads may
lUeand tbh amount so levied by the
Board of Jrainae Commissioners in
such man.er and formn as may be ,pro-

Cau c t *t"NIlad." Read this eime of the TrpQcra t
We all use the word 'ruined" too carefully and if you are not alWSUy a
frequently. It is a big word, an awful subscriber send us $1.00 and become so,
word. It means total destruction, anda
events in this world very rarely justify and help us give you newspaperfrom
us in employing it. And yet we are Tallahassee that will give publicity to
always using it to describe our condi- all public affairs,
tion after every accident, or disaster ~
or miscarriage of our plans. The WET WE TRINK SO.
farmer says e's ruined because he's The Democrat recently asked if it was
had too much rain or dry weather and not a fast that in the counties of the
his crops don't turn out as well as he d ,.. u ot
had hoped, but he's planting and plow- drainage district the candidates for the
ing and gathering his crop at ver Legislature in the late primaries who
lively rate next season for a "ruined' favored draining the Everglades were
min. The merchant says he ruined be- defeated and the successful were those
cause trade is bad, but this total wreck
is found doing business at the same old known to be opposed to the drainage
stand next year. A fire comes along scheme. Hon. Frank J. Wilson an-
and eats up a house and contents not swers that question in the last issue of
insured for their full value, and its the Fort Myers Breeze a to himself by
victim is willing to fight you right onrtMyers Breee as to himself by
the spot if you venture to question the stating that he, as the representative of
truth of his statement that he's "a Lee county (in the drainage district),
ruined man." Winds and rains knock and the nomination for re-election, is in
things about and do a big lot of dam- favor of the drainage. The Breese in
age, but the people damaged despise ,,
that tame little word and insist that is publishing his letter, adds: "The Dem-
Ruin, Ruin, Ruin, although they are in ocrat Is a good paper, just and fair on
as good health and strength as ever all matters, exactly as it understands
and the best part of their working them, and we regret that its editor has
capital hasn't been touched. The re- been misled on the drainage question.
cent hurricane tore the fringe off of The Democrat has certainly not grasped
Mobile and Pensacola, and at once the the situation in Iee county and how
newspaper headlines tell us that both earnestly the people in the drainagedis-
cities are ruined, although, as a matter trict endorse the drainage scheme."
of fact. they are as strong a d intact We thank our brother for the confi-
in body an ever and the devastation dence expressed in our good intentions
can be repaired in a few months. This and our desire to be just and fair, and
evil and ugly woad "ruin" should be assure him that our objection goes
tabooed As a general rule, in current not to the draining of the Evergladen
use, it is either a ridiculous lie or a and the relief of the people of Lee
gross exaggeration, and it breeds county- but to ths'manner in which it
pessimism, despair and id!enesA. It is is proposed to be dune. The adoption
no word for a manly man who has of thedrainage amrnendment to the Stuate
health and strenit h left, living in a Constitution has been ofTered to us by
freet country like this. no rnat r wh& t the drainage advocates as a conditionll
disaster has coin' upon him, and thhe precedent- the only terms upon which ,
world is full of iitspirii example tall the Everkladen mayl be drained, and we
around us. of succC- s plucked from fail- set, in that amt'nerin'iit too much pows r
ure, wo put to shamur' the others who conferr'od upon five men, too many
seem to exult that they are ruinedd" temptations to abuse of power, andi too
every time they trip or fall down in the much opportunity to set up a close cor-
race of life. There are men in the portion invested with the sovereign
South who swore that they were ruined, right of taxing, doing business without
at the close of the civil war L4because and term fixed for its dissolution, hand-
they had lost a few head of stock and ling large sums of the people's money
a bunch of niggers," and although without official bonds and under no cor-
they might have made good their losses' rective restraint by or accountability to
a dosen times over by well-directed the Legislature of the State. Thegov-
energy, they are still "on their uppers" ernment is digging the Panama canal
and will be to the end. The fatal word by authority of the people's congress
"ruin" was in their mouths and they and that congress does not lose its con-
chewed it like opium to narcotize their trol of that vast enterprise, but once
energies and take the sharp edge off the Everglades drainage amendment is
their troubles. If the redemption and adopted the people of Florida have for-
upbuilding of the South had been left feited all right to interference in the
to weaklings like these the evils of re- matter, their Legaslature is helpless,
construction conditions might still be and five men without restraint or con-
upon us and the white man's supremacy trol of any character outside themselves
in the States that made up the Con- can exercise their own wills for an in-
federacy might not exist today. Let definite period in the management of an
us cry out "ruined" from our vocabu- enterprise which from its very nature
lary and not insist that we are down should be under Legislative supervis-
S out for good every time we get ion. We would be heartily glad to see
knocked over, when we are perfectly the people of Iee county get the relief
able to "come to the scratch again." from overflow they desire, but surely it
Live Oak Democrat. i can be done in some other and better
~ r^ -- ;way than by building up a political ma-
Mr. Ed Mannin was in the city chine as completely ndependetsAw Leg-
Monday with a smi e and a handshake islative control as though it a go*.
for his host of friends. ordinate branch of the
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Would be Oa teo eeishtnomingua M
no use tog aIain. W% have
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SARev. Sam P. James Diod a Trla-
Noted "evadelst Seecembed
JUR MASTERS! to Heart Diame. .
Little Rock, Oct. 15.-The Rev. Sanm
Sf te W e P l o P. Jodes, the well known evangelist of
s Masters of the Whole People of Cartersville, Ga., died early today of
heir Oacial Acts? heart disease in a sleeping car on train
bribed by the Board of Drainage Cornm. No. 4 of the Rock Island railroad, near
issioners from time to time, which Perry, Ark. Mr. Jones had been con-
mounts shall be collected by the various ducting a most successful revival at
ax collectors of the counties wherein Oklahoma City, I. T., and left there
ich levies have been made as other
axes are collected in accordance with last night for his home in Georgia. He
w and pay over said amount collected desired to attend a family reunion to-
D the Board of Drainage Commission- morrow it being the 50th anniversary
re. Said Commissioners shall have a of his birth. Mrs. Jones and his two
en superior to all other liens upon the daughters, Mrs. Annie Pyron and Miss
Lxable lands in any such drainage dis- Julia Jones, were with him when he
let, to be enforced by tax levy, for passed away. Mr. Jones arose from
he cost of any work done under the his berth in the sleeper about 6 o'clock
provisions hereof, or done, prior to the this morning and complained of nausea.
option of this amendment under the He drank a glass of hot water and Im-
rovisions of an act of the Legislature mediately afterwards collapsed:
used in 1906. Rev. Walt Holcomb, who had been
Section 84. That the Board of Dirain- associated with Mr. Jones for a number
re Commissioners be and it is author- of years took the dying man in his
ed to exercise the right of eminent arms and in a few minutes the evangel-
main in the condemnation of land for ist breathed his last. The body wa"
h location of its canals, drains, levees embalmed and was sent to Cartervfllo
kes and reservoirs for the purposes this afternoon. The funeral serves
foresaid, and many enter upon, take will be conducted by the Rev. George
id use such land as it may pending Stuart, the Rev. J. A. Bowen, of Miss-
mdemnation proceedings deem neces- issippi and the Rev. Walt Holcomb.
ry for uch purposes, and in acer-
Ining the com nation to be paid for New York, Oct. 16.-Mrs. Jefferson
ch land or right-of-way benefit to Davis, widow of the president of the
Sderived from such drasge shall be Confederate states, is dyingof paos.
nsidered by the jury. monia at the Hotel Majsti; hee. It
Section 8. The Legislature may is believed that she cannot survive
ovide for the assessment of benefits more than a few hours.
rived by lands by reasons of such Mrs. Davis has been Il several day
ainage, and the collection thereof; but it had been believed that abhewo
e proceeds therefrom shall be paid to recover up to leat night, When a nd.
oa of Drainage Commissioners den chane for the worn was lnesd.
be used by them for such drainage Mrs. Davis went to tho Majestls
rposs. hotel a abort Use &a% an O e-
"'^^^^^ ^ -"from the Adiro acks, whoee m mspe
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3omslbleT01 to 1b as
Seasple TalinsTl*. ^^ S^ jyS*
WehblWlteretoft sar iMLtty r48BB
out drainage, because we have had whn her yl a
ghty little to say. But now It da wa ne.
sinms to be the allabsorbing topic. Nearby relatives wen at.oe &-
ur newspaps .. from e to gulf, are mond to the hotel, and thoe at a di.
voting no little amount of space to it. tance wm notifd.
r statesmen offichodes and ofIte- Mrs. J. Addismon Hays, the
wko nd ali are spending no little viv*4 daughter oMs. ViIIS.
meno and thought to e a diusion of .in Hayes of Mrs. Da i;.
ver committed Itself either way and y *D. hi o.
o must confess that until recent y we Webb, and Dr. H. Wylie wee
d not given it enough serious th h present at the bedside throughout the
enable us to form an inttlgentvdea neht. Dr. Webb, who is the husband
ebutfmnt n e ofone of Mrs. Davis' grand-daughters,
what draining the Everglaes meant has attended the patient throughout
would mean to the State of Florida.
t now it seems to us thatIt is a ve her illness. Jefferson Hayes Davis, a
twie thL to do at this time. grandson, and a student at Prineeton,
wis ting to d? oat this time.w summoned when Mrs. Davis was
Le in Florida so many thousands of was summoned whyin Mrs. Davis was
,rem of land that are already drained, her ob dig r. ai a
d oni need some thrifty inhabitants he eightieth birthday on May 7th last.
lA^^.? (iT ^XThe Jate year of her life have bown
develop it and make it equal to any sh ate ye r s of her daughter,
nds. But howare we going to induce Winni wo died in September, da
ese immigrants to come? It will Wi nn;e, h de inep r,
ver be by spending hundreds of thou. at Narragansett Pier.
nds of dollars trying to carry out a COMPANY ORGANIZED.
litical scheme. If the money that is
in spfenton the Everglades was spent Tallahassee to Have Tobacco Ware-
the improvementof our public roads, hm
would do more to develop Florida h*w
in a thousand times as much spent The future of Leon county is now
trying to "dry up" some swamp assured as to the tobacco raising propo-
ida. Wedo not doubt that these lands sition.
uld be rich and fertile when they On Saturday, at a meeting held at
ore drained. But we have enough the Leon hotel, at which there were
ture-drained lands to keep our sparse present two New York capitalists and
)ulation busy for awhile We are several prominent Tallahasseans, there
eat believers in progtrem. advance- was organized what in to be known as
nt and development, and advocate the Leon County Tobacco Company,
erything that leads to them' things. with a capital stock of $50,000 and the
t we do think that if the State owes following named otlicers: George W.
vilsly anything, that it is thps.'' Saxon, president; Ilavid Stroaser, of
irdly Pons of toil who work m hiurd Nt w York. vice<- rs-i<(ent; V. F. Balk-
r hornme, county and Staite, piay his cioiii, secretary and treasurer. Dr. C.
xem without a murmur, and alwayss M. Auslt-y, giiteral manager. In addi-
*nds for justice and right. It the tuiii t(1 the albvv directors is also Mr.
ate ham any itarticula r section that it Kline'r, of New Yoik city.
nts to lielp, let it bh his ?t 1,011 Th. 'latitnere oft' the company's husi-
t's make it easy for our fa rot' rnid rni-i will lhr to grow, buy and pack
ickei's to market their prno'.c' w h1. trti.teco .nrtl (i'ridluct a warehouse, which
WV ruise on "drained" l.iil l.t't'" will I*<* lowattd at Tallahassee
ike good roads first and dmiaining th*i. 'T'h principal lactationon of the com-
ergludes last Williston A ivecatt'. p|';ny will lIt lw'at'd about six miles
Itaides the above truths, too, it ran from town, on the G F. & A. railway,
truthully heseand will lit known as the St. Helena
,rut adully Ided, the drainage Plantation. Twenty-five acres of shads
TBs are asking too much power and tobacco will be planted next season,
vileges. Read the amendilnnit car'- and preparations are being made to
lv and see just what they do want shade the land. Lumber is already
fask for being hauled for the erection of the
-.,-^. warehouse
iesar. James Edwin Selfe, seinal There will now be no excuse for per-
'nt, and Wesley Williams, of th. sons not raising tobacco in Lyon county
)rida Corporation, a company whith wherever the land can be found suit-
o had surveyed and laid off a new ad- able, for there will o.x a market for all
ion to Apa achicola, were in tb.' city that is raised, and this argument is
esday and made us a visit '[he lots what has bt'en upheld by parties con-
a*l in fast and as A ialachicola is templatiig toilcco growing in this
wing a lot purchased from the com. county.
w it seems to us would be a good in. Business men tire now gradually
rtment awakening to the tact that the land in
t sems as though. all the a ori- this section hlHs o'ine value, and we
t Em s be thorchnl the authort- preict fur Leoi county atid Tallahas-
a wtrh alttle menf loin the~ see a pro'.*,' u' it ure. Watch us.


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n son 6. COLa.s tubiher.

Pasace News.
People are just beginning to venture
down this way again since thee storm,
and there was much talk of another
stoner brewing on the Gulf. But it did
not matWirite and things are taking
on their normal condition so fast we' l
soon forget we had one.
The weather is fine now, just about
cool enough to be pleasant and the
fish roe and oysters are in their prime.
Mullet are so fat they will fry them-
selves, and many roe are already full
The "running season" has opened
earlier than usual this season and the
fishermen are correspondingly happy.
It was reported Wednesday umon what
seems to be good authority, that 21,000
fish were landed Tuesday night at the
camps on Dickinson Bay just opposite
the hotel. Several large "schools"
came up in the bay last night and the
gill net men at once got busy.
The seine fishermen all came down
Wednesday and have started fishing.
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Notes Frem North Leaon.
Mr. H. P. Smith has been in Macon,
Ga., for the past week attending the
fair. Herbert is one of the most popu-
lar and prasperoue young farmers in
this part of the county, and the won-
der among his young lady friends is
why he still remains a bachelor.
During the past week Miss Clyde
Baum spent several days with MJS.
Hanson Conner and Miss Murray, at
the home of Justice J B. Conner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Switzer are mak-
ing preparations to move at once to
Q6incy, where Mr. Switzer will engage
with Mr. Calvin Johnson in operating
a milk dairy. The people of Center-
ville and vicinity are sorry to lose Mr
Hwitzer and wife. 'They will carry
with them to their new home and lbuem-
neos the kindest regards and hust
wishes of their neighbors.
On last Tuesday ni ht )Dr and Mrs
J. M. Carn had a nume r of their young
friends to take tea with them. iThe
evening was spent very pleasantly with
social games. The pleasure of the en-
tire company was enhanced by tho
presence of Itev. A M. Mann, who
was spending the night there. During
the evening an election among the
young men was held to determine who
was the prettiest and most popular
lady present. Mrs. Hanson Conner
was selected, The young ladies elected
Mr. Arthur Mash as the most popular
,,, young man.
De'ts Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. These worthless imita-
tionshave similar sounding names. Be-
ware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Is in a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the beat remedy for coughs and
colds. Sold by all dealers. *
Church Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M.
Poage, Pastor. -Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.80 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 8.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested to attend. The public and
stranger specially invited to.worship
with us.
First Baptist Church, on Clinton St.,
near Adnms, Rev. Frank W. Cramer,
pastor.-Bible School, Lord's Day, 10 a.
m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7.80p. m. Junior Baptist Union, 4 p. m
Senior B. Y. P. U.. 6 41 p. m. Hour of
prayer and nmditation, Wednesday, 7 30
p. m. All are cordially invited.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector -Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7.80 p m. Fridanys, 8 p.m St. Mi-
ohael's (colored). S services: Sunday,,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.3o p. m.
Christian ScH Ince Services are held
every Sunday at I11 o'clock a. m.. in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the peit.olic'e. This room i
als.o us MI aa('hritian Srin,.r reading
room, and is op.n daily except Sundhys.
between the hours of 10 iiItl 12 o'clock
a. in All are cordially invited.
The Dog Nuisance.
W while e e .inlu it thiatl the le ti (ileHs
that reitn ureundl the stlre'ts. are' a
liisiince ant lan as uh'II enilght lin t te h.e
toleratedl, still >eir (d i,'in.s4 .sh'ic ld hle'r
in imind that if lthiy pIr"pI e nidinh tIh
Buthoritw( eI ri ,ildti the 'It\ ,f theK<
hvowliring. n'iil' ig 'lillelM', Intl tn this
etnd kill one, **'r,' flw strid lht, ,nti,,,
ehr ikl lt ,ii. ' ,' t ie'' (11 thu plhte'
or he lsth i celi''r Ia lin' iti iillta eij cii tl e' I
rmo ved withoetil i'!;>tel It hii, bheen

brought to ou.r 1tttIfltitin y the healtht
officer thnt of intle ,e eril 'ihnld anlgs
have been fourind on t het .trreet' within I
the city litlts that 're in sutchl a tate'
of deconlUiO-it ll ththi, .he .des heing it
nuisance to the l61bil i' hi'alth, it iu
almost impoiissile' t t l- ny onet to re-
move them, andl the, people in thel
vicinity of the dead iminiul are com-
pelled to bear the offenmsiveness The
law requires that the' person killing
dogs that ate a nuisance shall see to
the removal of the bod1y.
The party having my HIammond
tvpewrir will please return same to
nme at my undertaken rooms.
Sotf Jon DUNCAN.

A few boarder. Aply27 North
Calhoun street or P 0 O W.

Sheowlag Assat ft hlaMe ia Echk
FWd at C *e* ef Slpbfmbr.
The following is the monthly state-
ment of Treasurer Knott of balances in
the several State funds at the close of

business September 30, 1906:
General revenue fund ..
One mill school tax fund
Pension tax fund
State Board of Health fund.
Principal of school fund (un-
invested- -
Interest of school fund
Principal of Seminary fund
uninvestedd) -
Hire of State convicts fund-
Indian war claims fund ..-
Agricultural collegee fund
Hatch Experiment Station
Adams Experiment Station
White College Morrill fund
Colored College Morrill fund
Florida Female College, inci-
dental fund
Proceeds of college property
Colored Normal School, con-
tingent fund
Experiment Station, incident-
a] fund .
University of Florida,Gaines-
ville donation fund
Blind, Deaf and Dumb, inci-
dental fund
Interest of Seminary fund .
University, incidental fund

25, 000.00
6,469 49
:3. 24
13'. 19
7:M34. :
20;. 16
31 89

Veteran of Old Florida State College.
At a meeting of the 'Varsity foot-
ball men Tue day, W Whitner was
elected captain for the coming season.
A better selection could not have been
made, and the action of the squad in
its selection has met with the approval
of every inte interested in Auburn's
welfare. Although last year was his
first year in this college, he made the
team, and his conscientious playingI
won for him a host of admirers. Whit-
ner attended the Florida State College.
for several years before coming to our
college Here he played both baseball
and football, and was captain of both
teams his last year in college. "Whit'"
left Tallahannee when the Florida State
College and the University of the State
of Florida were combined by the Florida
Legislature. The University of the
State of Florida, the name sounded too
big for "Whit," and that is how he
accounts for beingat Auburn. "Whit,"
"Church," of "Synagogue," matricu-
lated as being from Sanford, Fla,
going to take senior "elec", has no fire
arms and is 19years of age. Although
his home is in Sanford, it is reported
that "Whit" has headquarters in
Orlando, where he is infatuated with
one of the fair sex. Whitner is 5 feet
10 inches in height weighs 176 pounds,
has an ideal build for a football player,
s in love just enough to make him play
real hard, has a pleasant disposition
and, above all, he is the man tolea
the Auburn Tigers. Last year Capt.
"Whit', played in the line and did
some punting for a side liner. This
year he is liable to be placed in the
backfield to do the "stunt on cross bucks
and end runs. "-From the Orange and
Blue, of Aubnrn.
Good boy, "Whit!" Keep your old
"rep." up. We like to see it. Now,
"Whit," you were always a pleasing
fellow; we want you to please us this
year. The only thing that will please
us is for you to make the All Southern
team this fall. You can do it and you
must. All together boys Niue rahsl
and a tiger! for old "Whit." Here's
to you, Whit." B.
males Hemely WemeF 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
stimulating 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.
Pensacola has never been backward
in doing its share to relieve the distress
(of other afflicted cities,. Its contribu-
tionn have ben liberal. Now that it is
in distress itself it refuses to acceptit
the offers oef aid from other cities. We1
douht th' policy of this. We would sug-
-',st only u 'uest that much mnonrey

City Council, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: I submit herewith state-'
ment of city finances:
Cash balance on hand Septem-
ber :1. 1906. $2,912 51
Received since that date 2,051 94


$4.9104 4 .

I)isburned (warrants Septem-
ber 1:) 1. 549 75
l1alance $,,414 71)
I)istributed as follows:
generalil re've'nue fund $1,712 11
Interest fuLnd 144 1;
Watter itrl tire fund 71S :;

nit gont' e out of Pe Ancola in in<' pitst (' nI't'ir4v unId f 1 *i>
t(o hlp the tinfoirtunatt, in other citiest Scwvran e*' ftund 1 MI
which, if it had been kept at home,
would Iaivc put thi city in a till b tter ,'t;tl $t,111 7et
o.nalitini to) in il itsl wn destitute than t 'Ih mninount of $2., I ,1. ;1 rec.tived
it wo'r' s to ew now i t .e' though it stin', .Se.,tmber Ib. 1w. ;, atteve< re'-
dom .. showMpinrit of r sl- lf-rclaiu which fe,,rr, I A t,, waR from the, following
i?4 li st ndit aihbI l, It hold 1llow S(,,ti ',. M
sMm1n, eof the bro.dl it li;t c'a t upll n their ,i i
waters t rturn tti it That seems to W I ilsuon ('ity Tnx ( 'l,-
the people of other cities only justice In'tor $1 l 6 2i ;
to, it s.elf ,ndt the' worhl at large. If J'. It Ilaminett Market l'trk .93 $
thews' great ci.lmit.vA' have any useful W. M Iangston, Chi>ef (if
purot'e it is it breaking up the crust I'lce 2.1
If msellishness which tendis to gather
over every community in this intensely I Total
commercinI akg'. T'ime-Inion. R It eprctfully ubmitteid,

Lest We
forget Blaby in restless. can't sleep at
nigh t, won't reat, crie's pasmodtWally.
A bMttle of White's 'ream Vermifuge
never fails to cure. Every mother
should give her baby White a Cream
Vermifuge So many times when the
baby is pale and fretful, the mother
does not.know what to do. A bottle of
this medicine would bring color to his
cheeks and laughter to his ye. Give
it a trial. Soldby ail D ts. *
Wet weather-*" t-Shoee re-
paired- Fiipper, o into street. 2t

City Clerk and Treasurer.
A supewrtitious subscriber found a
spider in his paper and wrote to the
editor asking If it was an evil omen.
The editor replied: "It is nothing of
the kind. The spider was merely look-
ing over the paper to learn who wasn't
advertising, o t could spin its web
across the store door and thus be free
from disturbance."-Fraternal Record,
Warranty Deeds, legal form. TriA
Democrat Of tf

Prompt Delivery.


City Market,

ills Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.
eep in stock at all time,
;inds of Fresh Aeats,
tables, Chickens, Eggs.

ova OTT COUNIL ass"ios TPema CJb
--- It is with a km a of regret that Ui
WbgaI 1 S1ee6 0ad What was W e* we anmou~e to enr rea that Dr.
Thereat. N. T. Pike, now with tfe Capital City
The City Council met in regular Bs. Pharm mey/mov to Thaaivlu next
slon and upo being called to order byweek. Is to be associated, as part-
the Preint the roll was called an e nr, with Mr. R. PF. Whiddon. who con-
the following members answered to ducts a dru store in the Mitchell Houe St
their names: President McIntosh, Mes- in that city. Dr. Pike has been located
ars. Cay, Chittenden. Edmondson, Sax- In Tallahamsee about two years, and by
on, Lowry, James and Spiller. his genial personality and courteous
A qom prJesent. r manner in which he looked after the Ke
Thorum prinutesof the meeting of Sep- wants of the patrons of the place, has
tember 13th, 1 6, were read and ap- endeared himsIelf to alL As a prescrip- all k
proved. tion artist and druggist he is, without
Reports were submitted by the sev- doubt,one of the most efficient in this city Vege
eral city officials, read and ordered filed. The people of Thomasville are indeed
Mr. Lowry, as Chairman of the Street lucky in securing the services of such a
Committee, and to which said commit- man. The True Democrat, along with If;
tee had been referred for investigating its readers, "Doe," wish you health
the complaint of Mr. Ezzell whoclaim- and prosperity in yournew home. and
ed to have been hurt by falling into a CA" A Ca' d
ditch, stated that he had made investi-! fords
nation into the matter and that his re-. This is to certify that all druggists
port to the council was in no way liable are authorized to refund your money if or v
to Mr. Ezzell for any damages he ad Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
sustained Mr. or any our cough or cold. It stops the cough, mark
President McIntosh stated to the heals the lungs and prevents serious
Council that as the period of the time results from a cold. Cures la grippe
for which Mr. Perkins was to assist in cough and prevents pneumoniaand con-
the work of the sanitary department, gumption. Contains no opiates. The'
inaddition to his regular duties as Sew- genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse
eragei Engineer hadexpired, he thought substitutes. Sold by all druggists. *
it would be well for the Council to have Parln-Graves.
Mr. Perkins assist in the work on the IParlin.-Graves.
streets and sidewalks of the city in ad- iCarrabelle, Oct. 11.-The marriage
edition to his regular work as Sewerage of Miss May Burrill Parlin of this city,
Engineer, the salary of Mr. Perkins to i and Mr. John Ernst Graves was solemn-
be the same for this work as he re-ized in the Church of Ascensions last
ceived for the work he had been doing evening at8:30.
for the Sanitary Committee and Sewer-, A reception was held at the home of
age system. Mr.Spiller made a motion the bride's parents and both the church
that the suggestions as made by Mr. and home were beautifully decorated. ue
McIntosh be agreed to by the Council The bride and groom are very well T
and said motion was duly seconded and known and popular young people, and
adopted. have the best wishes of their friends.
aMr. ewry stated that in the instan-; Mr. and Mrs. Graves left Thursday
ces in which the city would have the for an extended tour of the north, after
work of putting down the sidewalks which they will make their home in
done that he thought it might be done Apalachicola.
to better advantage by letting the work Somebody suggests that Hearst's fa-
out on contract if the Council agreed mouse "Plunderbund" would be a good
with him in this. It was the sense name for a drainage board, should the B.
the Council that the suggestion as made constitutionalamendment unfortunately
by Mr. Lowry was a good one and he be adopted.-St. Augustine Record,
was authorized to have the work (loneSt. Augustine ord
in this manlier Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe, CHAI
A toa sale report was submitted by
the City Tax Collector on account of
unpaid taxes for the year A. D. 1905,
three certificates being sold in all, and
all being bought in by individuals.
Matters relative to compulsory con- | IT | PL UL LIC
section with the city sewerage system
were considered by the Council and it
was finally agreed that the Committee When in need of any suc
on Laws and Ordinances prepaar an or- will give the closest figures
dinance covering this matter and sub- will give the closest figures
mit the same to the Council. .&o t can be done by ordidary n
Mr. Spiller stated to the Council that '
one of the firemen of the city was Decorating, Friscoing, Muri
getting a monthly salary of $40 and i Hardwood Finishing, Marbel
the other $356, and stated that both did
the same work and that he thought it Art W ork a
only right that both should receive the Art W ork a
same amount, and, upon motion of Mr.
Chittenden said motion being duly see- LANDSCAPE, MARINE
onded by Mr. Cay and unanimously MYTHOLOGY
adopted. it was agreed that each re-
ceive a salary of $40 per month, the W LYN M.
increase on the $U3 to take effect from J \ LYi N, N /
October 1,1906.
The City Clerk and Treasurer sub- Studio, cornor Adams a
mitted reports as to the financial con-
dition of the city and the estimated ex- e*
penditures for the next ensuing fiscal
year. After consideration of these
matters it was agreed that a millage;
rate of 131 mills the same as for te
year last preceding, would cover the'
expenses of the cty government, and
it wa agreed that that be the village
rate for the 1906 assessment, the same
being apportioned as follows:
General revenue...... 7 mills
Water and fine 3 .mills.
Interest- ..-- --. ----------------.. 2 mills
The following is a copy of the monthly
report as submitted by the City Treas- TE8 ONOICET AN* PRMHUBT 00D0
Tallahassee, Fla., PRIOEK
SOct. 11, ..1906.


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on the best work that
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A. Tallahassee.
nd Clinton Streets.


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Telephone 39.

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Child Brs. Building and Lumber Co.,

PUaSSand UalO eforsalabe& AM klads of bUdlag iamaod
said dtUMuet aedaoewlag to tOe I ateet Isapesw eftodit.
JW Warb-Maa-f I sniof all kindeo atrwugb "d drusedi nbsm
WNWOMMNDOsub bailsetwe, porob soiinum bm W i. mia, M so"
~ev enkamm" M4 gtanked &ad mob a ft wekOf every 4muO
"Oft&U= .AMa d Comsat for sale
MaS .4 WM resolve prompt attestues.We gparaseso of
to e on do i s e v ery7 partlealse. Pulsesresiemble ;
rd^Ofta" IaMEber TarE0110 leabeSMid r IA% 40 ISO 01
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you wish the very best
cleanest the market af-
s call us by phone, 169,
visit our stalls in the



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vi Qtinr Fte. Oet S. UM &

requiMtd by may of my constituents
teI*pru myself through th column
ofthe Gadeten Time upon the drain-
lp*-pTment to be voted on the 6th
of .xt month. I uk that you will pa-
pit we limited space in your valuable
jqeata that I may publicly enter my
dia"proval of the adoption of aid

"t said b the advocates of drainage
that the are opposed to the
& State drainage of the verglades. I
am not prepared to concur in this be-
lie!. There is not an intelligent man
in the State but knows that the Louis-
ville & Nashville railroad claims nearly
every acre of land owned by the State
within the Everglades under the grant
given in its charter and that the road
a next to the qidest unsettled land
grant of and in the State, therefore is
It reasonable to presume that this road
would object to the State draining the
Everglades especially when the rail-
road would become the beneficiary of
the drainage. The question of rightful
ownership as between the State and the
Louisville & Nashville road is now
peding in the courts, and if the United
States Supreme Court decides in favor
of the railroad, every dollar paid out by
the State will go to the railroad. By
way of illustration let us suppose that
Smith holds a deed to a lot in Quincv,
and Jones holds a deed for the same
lot, and the case is now in the court for
settlement. Do you think that either
Smith or Jones would erect on said lot
a five thousand dollar building during
the litigation; would they not await the
final decision of the court before erect-
irg the building on said lot? Undoubt-
edly they would. Here is a similar
case: The State of Florida claims the
land the L. & N. road denies the
validity of the State claims, contending
that they own the land by a grant of
the Legislature. The case is now in
the courts for final settlement, there-
fore the trustees of the internal im-
s-jrovement fund should await the final
decisionn of the court before spending
hundreds of thousands of the people's
dollars for draining the Everglades and
for the further benefit of the railroad
company. Gov, Broward claims that
the land in its present condition is
worth fifty cents an acre, but if drained
will be worth fifty dollars an acre. If
this be true can you see any good rea-
son why the L. & N. road should object
to the State draining said lands, espe-
cially as the railroad would receive the
benefit from draining.
Fellow citizen, this amendment, if
carried, becomes a part of the constitu-
tion of your State, and no Legislature
can revoke it except through an amend-
ment to the constitution, which would
take two years or more to accomplish.
This amendment, if carried, will inaug-
urate a board of drainage commission-
era with absolute power to levy a tax
of 10 cents an acre on land within such
district as was originally deeded to the
State as swamp and overflowed lands.
If this amendment is carried, it has
been truly said by another that, "should
the drainage board of commissioners at
any time be influenced by a desire to
favor persons or localities, the amend-
ment vests the board with the power so
to do by including in a district not im-
mediately affected by the work done,
and thereby compelling the owners of
such lands included in such districts to
pay a large portion of the cost of the
work, thus compelling one taxpayer,
who may reap no benefit at all, to pay
a large proportion of the cost for the
benefit of others. The amendment does
not prescribe the boundaries of any
drainage district, but the board is em-
powered to locate and establish districts
when and where they may determine;
and the amendment does not provide
for any hearing of the taxpayers before
the board as to whether or not these
lands are of the character upon which
4he acreage tax should be levied."
Fellow citizens of Gadsden county,
when the Legislature of 1855 enacted
the Board of Internal Improvement
Fund, the Governor, Attorney-General,
Treasurer, Comptroller and Commis-
sioner of Agriculture were appointed
trustees. At that time the work of
these respective officers were so light
that they could well attend to the busi-
ness of the Board of Internal Improve-
ment Fund of its trustees, but since
1855 the work in every cabinet office
has so increased that cabinet officers
cannot properly and successfully attend
to their regular duties and at the same
time competently discharge the duties
of the Internal Improvement Fund and
commissioners of drainage board in the
event of the amendment passing. The
moat amusing feature of the whole mat-
ter is that the Governor, Attorney-
General, Comptroller, Treasurer and
Commissioner of Agriculture, who are
to become the "drainage board," com-
maissioners in the event of the amend-
ment passing, are all advocating its
passage, and yet there is not one cent
of salary attached to the office.
Fellow citizens, in 1903 the Legisla-
tur peseed an Act and approved by the
Governor, appropriating the monies in
[ the Internal Improvement Fund to the
s several counties. The Supreme Court
of the State has held that railroads are
works of Internal Improvement, sus-
taingthe power of the Legislature to
great% torailroada to aid in the
eoetruetios of certain railroads. If
rlroads are works of Internal Im-

why not good roads? The
SIna tha A Ak had fa

ants of the law every o unty in the
Sftte would today bes4"ong the ben-
efrta of good ras; had the Trustaees
complied with the lawp'the eislatur
of na wohu not ha e placedupo in the
necmss M e Ai m-= = Vet. t t
Stly alfe ritispassage was pronomn-
ced tor i f ttutronal -by the courts.
Had the Trustee comp led with the law
the people would have been better off
to the tune of several hundred thousand
dollar which has been expended in un-
necessary litigation, etc.
Fellow citizens, pans this amendment
and you engraft into the constitution of
your State a piece of legislation vicious
its nature and not in conformity with
the teachings and practices of our Dem-
ocratic government. Pans this amend-
ment and you confer upon five men ab-
solute power and unlimited authority;
not required by law to render an ac-
count of the money expended. Pass
this amendment and you confer upon
five men the title of autocrat that was
conferred by the Athenians on their
Generals and Ambassadors. May the
day never come when the people of
Gadsden county will depart from their
time honored traditions, and substitute
therefore the doctrines enunciated and
practiced by Autocrats, Plutocrats and
Yours very truly

Drainage In St. Lucie.
There is no question that is of more
vital importance to the welfare of St.
Lucie county than that of drainage.
With the exception of the high ridge
extending along the Indian river from
north to south, the balance of the
county is in need of some form of
drainage before it can be brought into
a state of cultivation. It is true we
have thousands of acres of undeveloped
lands that are not in need of drainage,
and the need of adding more thousands
of tillable acres is not pressing, but the
great future of this country will depend
upon our people engaging more exten-
sively in general farming, which will
require a large addition to suitable
lands, and will require a thorough sys-
tem of drainage.
Here at Fort Pierce our need for
additional farming lands within five
miles of town is being supplied by the
Florida East Coast railway by the dig-
ging of a canal from the Indian river,
through the town and westward nearly
five miles. This canal was cut last
year, but the depth was not sufficient
to accomplish the desired result, and
the railway company is now engaged in
deepening the cut, which, when. com-
pleted, promises to thoroughly drain a
targe territory. In fact, the railway
company has agreed that should the
present canal prove insufficient to drain
a territory of sufficient acreage to pro-
vide a good farming back country
that they would open a second canal
north of town through Taylor creek,
and, failing then a third canal empty-
ing into the Indian river near White
City Junction will be cut.
All this is being done at the expense
of th% Florida East Coast railway, and
does not cost the property owners a
cent. Of course, the railway company
expects to bring their own lands in the
back country into a state of cultivation
and sell it to pay the cost of cutting
the canals, but the private property
owners along the route and contingent
thereto will reap equal benefit.
Our people being so much interested
in the subject of drainage, the ques-
tions naturally arise: To what end
shall we go to establish a system of
drainage? To what extent will the
system as laid out by the Internal Im-
provement Trustees benefit us? Are
we willing to pay 10 cents an acre for
an indefinite period to drain the swamp
and overflowed lands of the State'
Are we in favor of incorporating into
the constitution of the State an amend-
ment creating a perpetual board of
drainage commissioners who are re-
sponsible to no authority and are not
even under bond?
The question of adopting the amend-
ment will be voted on at the next gen-
eral election, and it will be well for our
people to post themselves on the various
phases that this stupendous project will
develop before it has become an in-
tegral part of our constitution.
The Tribune being a people's paper
has refrained from opposing the adop-
tion of the amendment for the reason
that it is claimed that the corporate in-
terests and railroads of the State was
opposing it. This statement is not true.
The Florida East Coast railway is the
only road that would be liable for tax,
ar. the closest friends of the manage-
ment are not aware of any opposition
that they are making to the adoption of
the amendment. Although, as larire
property holders within the first drain-
age district, they are given credit for
having the business ability of other
property owners, a majority of whom
are opposing the adoption of the amend-
nent on the grounds that it is an un-
equal and unjust assessment' that lands
on high sand hills along the Indian river
and lands more than one hundred miles
away from the canal are assessed the
same as lands along the canal, that it
is granting more power to the drainage
commissioners than the Czar of Russia
is empowered, and that it will result in
the building up in Florida of a power-
ful politicalring that will throttle the
will of the peop, and finally that the
results of this large and perpetual tax-
ation wil aot rei #d to the Mood of
the people who will pay the tax.
On the nit page of this iesue we
give in full the proposed amendment to

the patul of ti im tare, and by a
Tet T a b eto bed te t thi isL

comprise all of St. Lucie county south
of a line across the county at Vero.
th ot Oeceola, adei, DeSoto and
Le out. his dItrict has been es-
tablslhedi by the elmmesione1 MOP-
a* y expressed deeire by the people
of thedistrict, andte adoptionof the
constitutional amendment will empower
them establish similar districts whate
ever they desire without regard to the
wishes or desire of e people living in
the territory.
The Tribune contds that this is
granting too much power to any set of
men, and that the same should remain
with the people. We shall endeavor to
give our readers somr more facts along
this line before the election, and inci-
dentally show where the board hasb al-
ready been arbitrary in commencing
operations at Fort Lauderdale when
competent engineers have stated that a
route leading into the St. Lucia river
was the only practical one.--St. Lucie

The Dralaage Ameadment.
At the general election, on the 6th
day of next month, the voters of the
State of Florida will vote on the adop-
tion of an amendment to our State con-
stitution known as the "drainage
On the ballot to be voted will appear
the words:
"For the adoption of the Constitu-
tional Amendment, Article, XXVII.

A crossmark, thus (X) made on the
left of the word 'Yes' is a vote to adopt
the amendment and make it a part of
our State constitution.
A crossmark, thus (X) on the left of
the word, 'No', is a vote to reject it.
Right now while you are thinking
about it, turn to the proposed amend-
ment on our first page and road Article
XXVIII, Sections 3;, 33, 34 and 35 and
see for yourself what it proposes, for
this is the article we are talking about.
Now, in this, as all other public mat-
ters which the people are called upon to
decide, the question to be considered is,
will a majority of the people be bene-
fitted by it? ft
Let us now consider what this article
-Drainage amendment as it is called-
First-It proposes that five men,
namely, the Governor, Comptroller,
State Treasurer Attorney-General and
Commissioner of Agriculture shall for-
ever hereafter be a Board of Drainage
Commissioners for the State of Flor-
Second-That they shall have full
power to establish anywhere in this
State that they please, "a system of
canals, drains, levees, dikes and reser-
voirs' to drain any lands which they
deem advisable to drain.
Third Full power to drain any
swamps in the State of Florida which
they may take a notion to drain.
Fourth--It gives them authority to
provide a system of irrigation for drained
lands when and where they please.
Fifth-It gives them the power to
perpetually maintain these canals,
drains etc., in any manner which they
Sixth-It give them power "to es-
tablish drainage districts and fix the
boundaries thereof" anywhere in the
State of Florida.
Seventh-It grants them the power
to levy a tax on all the lands in the
drainage districts, so established by
them, of ten cents an acre, every year,
Eighth-It gives them the right of
eminent domain-which means that if
they want to dig a canal through your
field, or where your dwelling house'
stands, they have authority and power
to do so and you can't help yourself
Now turn and read that Article
XXVII again, to be sure that we have
correctly stated it.
If thick amendment be adopted all of
Hamilton county could be declared a
drainage district; Swift creek could be
dug out from the Suwannee river to its
head; a canal cut across from there into
Bee haven bay and through the bay to
Bell's creek; then a canal dug up Bell's
creek to the Rice fields, a large area of
territory be drained and all the people
of Hamilton county taxed ten cents an
acre on their lands, forever, to pay the
expense of draining and keeping the
canals ooen.
Now, who would be benefitted?
Three or four persons own nearly all
the lands in the territory above men-
tioned. Of course these few persons
would be benefitted, if they chose to
avail themselves of the benefit, by
fencing in their thousands of acres and
converting them into cattle and hog
pastures, but, for this benefit to a few,
every land owner in the county would
It as dangerous, it is unwise, it is im-
politic to give any five men, or any
board of any character, the power to
tax you at will, when from their de-
cision you have no right of appeal, no
redress for oppression in the courts,
and no relief from injustice anywhere.
This could be the effect of this pro-
posed amendment.
It gives theee five men more authority
and more power over your property
than the Czar of Russia or the Sultan
of Turkey poesess over the property of
their subjects.
Guard well your rights.
Prerve your Uibertie&.
Sfeor no encroachmeaas upon them,
it matters not how piassibl the pre-
text for It may be.

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An ounce of Pre-

vention is worth a

pound of Cure



isa worth more to ones health than any other medicineknowat
Do not fill your stomach with arsenio, calomel, quinine and
debilitate the system, leaving symptoms that it tes years to
obliterate. Herbime Is purely vegetable *eaMtainel nothing
injurious, and is a gontlo harmless purgative.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrion, Kissilmmee, Fla. writes: "I halv
used several bottles of Herbine myself and have advise
several of my friends to use same. I have found It to be
the best medIcine for the liver I everused. Itacts gent-
ly at the samo time thoroughly."

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Satoot p ,theoain ae om i .tteno.the l oLe p to b.walr r emt
also reported that the Governor an i- othernthi -
pressed his regt at not having a spy a or U A. C. L. had ne t -
of the amendment with him, so as to in, m d b thi i
-have made his repy to his fellow-clti- mes ~t aian the iureu of In-
S formation, in fact, the entire oppoi -
e s ve that Gov.Broward tio knew this to be untrue; thait the
" _iSpnqted the matter. The railroads were given eah alternate
o0amLendment does conte- section for six il ls s %e ch OaWed
tetti onoasection of the tat some"one- w M tttin upftr itis
tat s for drawing another. In ftact it combined fight for Browaid '. ee,
con antvdes for all kis and so on, at a great rate. The Hwte
of wastf ituatens and gives to the Robert McName, of coue i m g
peoples .Florida ao redresw. Under this fiRht for e the odwil ehs m
the pvisions of the amendment, were the dear people and Broward; or ob
t too p the drainage commission is known in nearlyall stions of the
which are virtually the Governor and State for his philanthropic fe-lin
members of his cabinet, could levy toward mankind.
taxes within a prescribed district in Es- As to draining the Everglades, the
amtbiaouty in order to raise money Star is unalterabl yopps to the
for drain htbe EveSlades, for itgives trick Frst, the Stat oe notneed
the comm ssioners the right to st aside this latd for cultivation, admitting is
any section of thte wolote eState, or the whole it advocates claim, the we
State orthatmatter, and levy a tax fee a though the title hold beabso.
not to exceed ts a cents per annum per l tely clarbefore thelpeople's moey
acre,* should be spent. Broward nor a 0y of
That is why the is such univwrsal his henchmen ever tells what is the ex-
opposition to this amendment through- retede oat.
out the State. It takes from the pso- The opposition has shown and no one
pie of the State their rights, and trans- disputed It, that the cost will be from
fer them to a board of which t three to twelve million dolrs anddoes
ernor of the State is at the head. There any one believe that the drainag dis-
could be no appeal from the decision or trict that the advocates claimwill be
action of this board. The legislature the only taxable property for this
would be poweres to represent the peo- scheme, at cents per a., will raise
p -e of Florida in the matter and the this amount of money? Another dan-
Governor and those of his cabinet who georous feature that has not been ex-
would be members of the board would plained is the time it will take to om-
levy the taxes, collect the money and plete this work.
disburse it, without the slightest right r The secret of the whole proposition
on the art of any delegated authority i to fasten a political machinery on
in this State to eher supervise or re- the State that will control its policies
strict their actions. I for generations to come, and all through
If draining the Everglades is a good these years rising generations willbe
thing, why not have it accomplished in; paying taxes to keep this project
a business-like way? Why create a po- going. Does any ong believe, after a
litical machine which would be all Pow- million or more has been spent ..all
ertful? The Sun does not think that the resources exhausted, that the Drainage
people of Florida will vote to transfer Board will not enlarg*e (by statutes en-
their rights to a prtyof fveorixmen acted) their right. and in so doing tax
without placing some restrictions about largely the entire state in orderto
them. on with this scheme? They will bein
The proposed amendment places too absolute control and will naturally keep
much authority in the hands of a few. friends of their project in office.
For this reason it is dangerous. A law Ben TiUman,s dispensary of South
of this character would be dangerous Carolina will not be a circumstance to
even if it came upon the statute books Broward's scheme if it succeeds.
of the State by legislative enactment. The Governor and his agitators If it
But to incorporate such a law into the were in their power to do so, would not
constitution is fraught with even more have this scheme come to a closebe
danger -Tropical Sun. fore the elections of 1908 but they can
The I. I. Board's proposition for a ret assured the hanpn of the Bver-
gfades maps, etc. on all the little
compromise by giving $100,000 in cash prairie hovse thati are riddet to H
and about 700,000 acrrs of land to set- country picnics will not set the people
tie the injunction suits has not been ac- as wild a it did in l04.-D-ade City
cepted by the L. & N. R. R., so far a Star. -.s1I- ..._-
the public has been informed, but we Clhmp 9o wlah
have it on good authority it has been One more lupnaway afore "W iale.
offered to that road's officials; also that Must go -w W ono propose to keep
it ie very probable that a compromise an unsafe animal. Four already sokL
will be made soon. Perhaps just after Apply at the Kemper Stableg-
the election, ilm CA. A hsoemaker, ftoprietor.


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Will You Vote to Make Five Men, Unbonded and Unaccountable, the Mogul Masters of Your People and Help to Build up a Machine.

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Dr. Greene, of Greenville, was in the
city Saturday.
Hon. Fred T. Myers is at Apalachico-
Is this week, attending the Circuit
Chief of Polize Langston returned
Friday from a visit to his mother at
Wards, Fla.
Mr. John McGriff, of Jacksonville, in
visiting his brother, Mr. G. E. McGriff,
South Boulevard street.
Prof. Asa B. Clark, of the Gadsen
County High School, Quincy, was in
the city several days during the early
part of the week.
Mr. Chas. Nicholson, Bradford Byrd,
and Louis Thompson returned yester-
day from a succemful hunting trip at
Havana, the home of Mr Nicholson.
Mr. J. R. Hunter and wife, nee Miss
Lulu Isbell whose wedding was cele-
brated at Wewahitchka, the home of
the bride on the llth are spending
several days in the city, among their
many friends.
The Gainesville Sun says a Georgah
judge has decided that it in every man's
duty to kiss his wife at least once a
day, the best time being when he gets
home at night.
The Mood work of paving "College
avenue should be an inducement to
residents in other parts of the city to
do likewise. Take pride in your pon-
sessions, but see to it that they are
worth being proud of. It's up to you.
VoteWthat proposed drainage amend-
ment out in the November election and
have something additional to be thank-
ful for on Thanksgiving Day- thankful
that a gigantic political machine, com-
posed of rive MOGUI, did not become
our machine political "masters" and
Hon. Harry H. Buckman, the next
State Senator from Duval county, will
arrive home this morning on the steamer
Apache from New York, where he has
spent some time, after visiting a num-
ber of other places of interest. Mrs.
Buckman will return later.-Times-
Union, 15th.
Mr. Charlie Moore, who was cut very
seriously a few days ago, has been in
the King's Emergency Hospital under
the doctor's care, and has recovered so
that he was able to leave the hospital on
Thursday. His wounds were not quite
so serious as was at first imagined.
lproIveiillts on Cliaton Street
(Ceollege Avenue).

A larger force of men are at work
laying sand brick sidewalks on the
properties of Robert Phillips, Mr.
Alford, J. G. Collins, Dr. E. E: Phil.
brick and Mrs. Howard Gamble. Con-
tracts have been let to pave the entire
street from the Masonic building, on
Adams, to McCormick street, and it
will not be many days before contracts
will be let to pave from that street to
the college grounds. Residents on
"College avenue" are feeling proud of
the fact that they reside on what will
soon be the most attractive avenue in
the city. _
By Chiclgo wholesale and mail order
house, assistant manager (man or
woman) for this county and adjoining
territory. Salary $20 and expenses paid
weekly- expense money advanced.
Work pleasant; position permanent. No
Investment or experience required.
Spare time valuable. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose self-ad-
dressed envelope. Address General
Manager, 134 E. Lake Street, Chicago.
Presbyterian Church.
A meeting of the' memlierr of the
above congregation will lh, lIledI onr
Sunday, (October 21, iinmmeidiately after
.the morning msrvice. for the | I'|iome il
considering the. call if i tIpamtr.

AW04dddea4 ofe. Ofea A*** e* *rplatI


R IGHT /economy practiced at the beginning of a young
man's career will lead to sure fortune. Sometimes
economy comes hard, sometimes easy.

The "Miller-Make" Clothes habit is an easy econ-
my, for it gives ou what is cleverest in styling, best in
quality and tailoring, at half the price demanded
by high-cost tailors whose products are but equal to
Slip into a "Miller-Make" young men's suit and note
the quick friendship that springs up between you and
the suit. It hangs graceful, fits most comfortable, is
fasihoned correctly, and the pattern looks and is distinc-
tive and full of character.

$120o to $1500

The Suit.

Death of Mr. Lemuel Drabe. COLLEGE AND SPORTING NOTES. Some Sound Timber.
The death angel has visited our corn- Tw .--- .. o i eIWhile talking about gubernatorial
muity and taken frhaom us one our our Two remnants of the old Florida State candidates, both standing and special,
energetic young men Mr. Lemue College are doing good work at Grant we ask again. What's the matterwith
Drake, whom death claimed on Friday, University. Harry Wells, the F. S. C. Dr. Crill?
September28 at2:30p. m. On Wednes- 01(1 gu ar playing full back on the We have thought a great deal lately
day, Se tem r 26, while Mr. Drake Grant team, and starred in the game of available "timber" for this position.
and Mr. Bavis were in the river swamp that was played against Tech. last Dr. Crill has been prominently before
swing logs the accident occurred Saturday. Dan Williams, the second the people of Florida in different ca-
which caused his death two days later veteran, who was captain of the F. S. pacities for more than a quarter of a
They had a log propped up. an'as they C is playing center. Both are hold century. No corrupt or dishonest act
knocked the prop from under the in p e log t their records. stains either his public or his private
fell upo n one end of a prize poleand me excellent work was accom- life. He has been and is still a sue-
aused the other end to fely up and pushed at the University of Florida, in cessful man in business, and those who
strike Mrt Drake on the head uat nGainesville, when Tom Hancock was know him best, with one accord will al-
above the right eye, knocnine n- elected captain of the 'Varsity foot- ways tell you, "He's all to the good. !"
con c. Hio he remained uconsiousn ball .m. We congratulate the team So without any "tearing the azure
about thirt minutes. He then revived on such a good selection and Hancock robes of night" and "setting the stars
and walked to the house, a distance of on securing this place. Hancock is an of glory", without any fawning and
about half a mile. He remained con- old Tallahasseanand a veteran of the flattering, but just as a plain, blunt
scious about an hour and a half and Florida State College; he also attended man who is not in the habit of "flying
conversed with his father Mr. John Grant University last season and did off the handle," and who can always be
Drake, after which he fel into an un- some star slaying on the teams at both depended upon to do the safe, honest
conscious slumber and remained .o colleges. He contains the brain and and proper thin, don't all speak at
until his death. Dr. Bond, of Talla- brawn that goes to make up a winner- once, but tell us, What's the matter
hassee was summoned to hi.s bedside and such he is. Tom comes a clean with Dr. Crill?"
immediately after the accident, but record thus far and I think his record Our own private opinion is that if he
could do nothing for the young man as captain of the University team will decides to enter the contest, the man
he was beyond all mortal ad Mran be as a continuation of an interesting who can beat him will have to be a good
Irake was born in Gadsden county, chapter, each page better than the one, and will know that he has been
Fla., November 10, 1877, and came to lrst. "running some" when he has "finished
Leon county when he was only a few A small Kansas boy was once called the race."-Jacksonville Floridian.
years old. His mother died when he in to view his new-born baby brother. Mrs. C. H. Parlif and daughter,
was only two years old, leaving him to He looked it over with dissatisfaction Alma, are here from Carrabelle and
the sole care of his father, to whom he and finally asked: "Mamma, where did Alma are here from iarrabelle and
clung till the day of his death. He was this thing come from" "An an will spend the winter in Tallahassee.
an industrious young man, and by dint brought it. Jimme.,' uzyouawe MrStates Survin i located neral the united
of energy and close application to busi- when he came?" "Certainly, Jimmie. States Surveyor General's ofce.
ness had accumulated enough of this "Well, then, mamma, all that I have Mr. E. J. Frankenfield, of Americus,
world's goods for his own and his got to say is, that 'you are dead easy. was in the city the early part of the
father's support. lie leaves to mourn I'd like to see an old angel put off such week.
his loss a father, one brother and a looking thing on me. But I reckon Mrs. F. C. Gilmore, Mrs. Cusby Daw-
grand parents in Leon county, and sev- we are stuck unless I kin work Johnny kings, Mrs. H. T. Felkel, Mrs. J. W.
eral uncles, aunts and cousins in Gads- Green to trade a sight-unseen for one Collins and Misses Mary Whitfield and
den county The bodly was interred at of his spotted pups. '--Gainesville Sun. Mamie Johnson are visiting in Atlanta,
Jackson'm lluff ternetery September a for several days.
29, Itev. Zed RusselloffciatlIng. C' E O. Call at The True Democrat office and a. r .evera ays.
get a copy of that valuable pamphlet. Mr H W. Stanley, division superin-
lor Sale. "Soils of Leon County," which shows tePndfnt, and Mr 0. R Teugue, of the
My fairm just outside the city on the Icarly and forcibly that the best cigar ,n A. L railway, were in the city
west. Eighty-five acres god land; tobacco can be raised here. -
gdmul five-toorn residence; plaink and Mr. R. T. Finlayson. of Charlotte. Announcement.
wire' fericing city water; telephone; N (., is in the city. in the interests of i I
sgood hlurn Admirablyv daphted for the. E. N. Finlay.on Manufacturing I ,r nlw l~tly ,t the unexpired
, r sto k, r k Ir t.l Company t .. J tic. i ,f the l t.e .e for D)is-
try. 'k. Iruek ,r t D, M ',I, (, li ti .\i ianid will ,. :a ;i a; dil ite for
SA. i. WIJEIIWAHR' Miss l'auiline- Costa has r't,,uri: ,, lh m ,,. 1 f,, r ,;nn l, ilhr., thl le.ctim)n in
Sul),strl,,. fhor 'I he. I rue, I .-mo,.trat. after a ipl'.sant Mulilt r ,uting. N ,.,t ,t'.'.. J -;SIIl'A DI'NCAN.


There is some talk of the Hon. Frank
Adams, of Hamilton, the most popular
public servant in the upper part of the
State, making the race for the United
States Senate. Florida has sent worse
men than Mr. Adams to the Senat#a=,,
Dunnellon Advocate.
We agree with you that Florida has
sent worse men to the Senate, and ad-
mit that Mr. Adams is one of Florida's
best citizens and business men. He
has also been a useful and influential
legislator. But, will some one please
explain how and why he has so many
times positively given it out that "he
had retired from politics," and then
in every campaign gets into the very
very hottest of it again.
Mr. D. W. Redd, of Leon county,
was in the city Tuesday, and gave us a
pleasant call.
Mr. J. A. Montgomery, of Thomas-
ville, was registered at the Leon Mon-
Prof. E. Du Bois arrived in the city
Tuesday from New York, where he is
now established in business. He will be
here for several days attending to per-
sonal interests.
Notice to Property Owners.
City Council of the city of Talahasee. Flor.
ida. will meet as a Board of Equalization at the
Council Chamber. City Hall. on Thursday. the
26th day of October. A. D. 1906, at 7.10 p. m.. and
any person or pwonsa fArme, association or cor-
poretions within to appear before said City Coun-
cil sitting a such Board of Equalisation in rela-
tion to the valuation of their property for amsss-
mont purposes for the year A. D. 1906 will govern
themselves accordingly.
President City Council.

City Clerk.
By direction of the City Council.
TallahaAsee.Fla.. Sept. 13. 1906.


To rent my farm west end of town by
the year; land well situated and adapted
to growing tobacco. For particulars
apply to F. P. Woodward. 29-tf.

lkmes mIea as Wadegi WI t


At Edelen's Emporium, 20 S. Monr t. Opposite Cour

Tuesday, Wednesday ursday, Oct., 16, 17, 1

A cordial invitati is extended to all to attend this, our all 0 ning of Pattern Hats and Fine Millinery Novelties.



t House.


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for your inspection.

Kijdly ,

give us a call on the above days.

We will produce the goods that will be convincing.


* W. F. BANKS, Manager.


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Mr. Ben Meginauls made a abort trip
to Apalahlola tim e eek.
The latest and Nethemole Brace-
lets--P. T. Nleh4m, the jeweler. 84
Dr. Gilman Wintlo has gone to
Chattahooehee to spd several days
with his sister, afttrhich he will go
to his home in New Yo city. '
Our eon-ratulatlio to Mr. and
SMr. Friaby Chittenden. It's a boy
and named Simon D., Jr. Simon D.,
Jr., arrived in Tallahassee on last Sat-
urday, and we trust his stay will be a
lo ad roperous ne.
Your photo on a card or in
cabinet orm--always best. Cap-
ital City Photograph G ery. 34
Messrs. Mickler and Perkins are now
constructing the buildings on their
Station to complete a grist mill.
Seexret to have the same in opera-
tion within a few daya
Elk Pins for EtiJP. T. Nicholson,
the jeweler. U84
The following gentlemen came over
to attend the Supreme Court: A. H.
King, J. 0. Cooper, W. B. Owen, of
Jacksonville; George B. Seldon and
Howell Davis, f Palatka,
What's bette for r friends than
9 )od photo of qouCielf. Capital City
Photo Gallery. IV dams and Clinton
streets. 84
Our county commissioners were in
session again Wednesday. when they
revised the registration liat. They will
Heet again next week to restore any
Sniame which may have been errone-
ouly stricken from the registration
Your lady friend wilIbve you more
if you send them ycraiAroto-one that's
good. Capital Cit Pnotograph Gal-
l ry 34
Mr. John Horton came over from
Quincy and spent yesterday with his
Tallahassee friends. He is doing well
in Quincy with his plumbing and tin
Mr. A. F. Boyd,he expert ed cut-
ter from the Gob Cloth Company.
of Cincinnati, O 11 be th Burns &
Co. Monday and Tuem y next, the
nd and 23rd, tol #ur and take
orders for fall and 7bter st. 34
The beauty kf hweIn lady is
greatly enhan b e oo of her
hair. Dainty. Koldiounted combs are
what help. P4 Nicholson, the jew-
eler. s94
Hen. A. C. Croom and wife have on-
rooms at the Leon Hotel, where
wdi reside for the winter, instead
of at their residence on North Calhoun
S'Ladles who have a rt r taste
Mdainty ar.d beutif costly
be ahshould a e a yinew. P. T.
=Io, the jewelet.3 84
We had the pleasure again this week
of meeting all the honor le members
a e LA eousmty's Board of Commission-
,A eamn. & C. Smith. Dr. J. A. An-
.W. At Res ter. W. D. Stouta-
S& dJh~u c Meor. They were in
d rev te r g-

Mrs. 8. Schaeff iks in the city
visiting Mrs. L. D. Towneand and many
Tallahassee friends.
A choke sof old-mounted
combs for ladies. T. N=holon, the
Jeweler. 84
I'm an Elk. Are yo ? *,0ele-
Sant assortment of Elk imthat I am
dieplaying. P. T. No the Jew-
eler. 1 34
Capt. J, H. Law, of St. Louis, who
number his friends in and around town
by our citizenship, arrived in the city
last night and made us a pleasant cal
Just as we were going to press.
Mr Zed Russell was in the eitv Mon.

CoL Nat L. Walker is in the city this
Mr. Pigo McAr lesser, Wet Peaci the
oular eigar salesman, was is the city
Mr. Joseph Alls is in te ity again
vidtha s. Jeff Ferell his daughter,
and frled here.
Twelhepesr of readnW matter and
e at and attractive a ement.
Read every page.
BSeeral oommnicatlon were received
this week whih we crowded eat owing
to our havn to publish the reitra-
tion lis:. They will be printed next

50 Sw cOt of
A. R.
Repair your Boots and 8hoem.

yo.w S boo y m vl
PIst Clas Work. & atlton assmmted.

Also we have In connection with my shme *busatm
C iMDlm, Dyen and Pristg. Frt-Class Workmen do this work. TYer eM
uit made new or little money. rt-Cls Tailor Repai and Makes ClothC s
to ft. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 342 CBnton St.. Tdephonm No. o $S.
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day and made us a pleasant vis4t. He Mr. Chs. Jones, near Lloyds, had Mr. T. F. Ausley and wife, of Penms-
informed us that precinct ISwould elect the misfortune last week, to have a cola, arrived in the city onTuesdn
him as a committeeman to serve and storehoue in which was stored over 200 anJ are for the present stopping atthe
represent his precinct at the election bushels of corndes ed by fi. It is Leon. Tallahasme will be their future
next month. thought to have n t work of an in- residing place, as Mr. Ausley is in the
The land owners of Florida will be at ~enay and it be hoped be will real estate business and will shortly
the mercy of five irbedgible mea pdue t ""o e" open offices i the Moer building.
when they give to an ex Aelo, bondles sel t s sortm t elegantt Belt
board the power to impose' a drainage d andh Pins P Nicholson, the Mr. D. W. Redd, of this county, was
tax on any land in Florida they wish to *ee. o *4 in the city Monday and made us a pleas-
tax. Subscribe to True Democrat. ant visit.

Mr. Dambney Artyle is in the ityvis.
lUng his sisters and many oM time adW
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T f1aS itr. ye for aed thea threfy net th ppro- Asb 14 on *s lbje ts lt He rset d .oteneOTM l
naturally, will be to sak yourself, sey of the peoa all ot o ohe wo bDyDem thuae s of b lled dI-
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9. 16 facts b for, and then the no their bIuew teAl hor o Mw hep fed wpedtuel luat See aM r 'h t
l t s rally, will be to a te's you fundlf adthe s rprea ilway trai who beyond Al others of does t t br k out plainly tDr haet nteronce
If you *i soAething pe ously, Why are they o very anxious te ? hi tipe M e got lo he ws t to the hearts of the provment Board, chetoo; and woatloM d G. Brw, or obe
,mas best ,Wiu nd11 Why are *i thnot saUed t tobeour plain of A mericat (nuhe U n o oP oi nt ae g oo it 1
= It3-uw- h drainage ouaye u osnder th ontroh pornt ie with thead -r Ma t b e p o o tewo that to the h Hh b i
The omMing ort Ne w ee' of tshe Legislatare, and be bondtrol of odist pulrit lern wh ge and loqued sincd we men are so to b or that d by there t t mlon of s som t h
Spolitial s~aontabl Florid all n pr the future, pb nesd power red. The i f4qqp ntah Doej s master ? 1s ther t ov avillsbU fo
Uiery m manner edepojw t19ho, on clatsc both grmet sad shia, for their whall e o a thsof pech andll hownes of doubt that the whole hee, fr th er o t hand f
of o witaltts and the State's funds? do"din a railway train in Arkansas doe It not stick out plainly that his Not once d b h4 lengthy d
If you la Pthin pop ThNews. mot apparent reason o is tro hope Monday whilp he was o one ofb his very beginnat drainage s co and opertios d Gov. ht here n N or att
ryttong pbk d dofoodad rer- to builders, to ieluch a polt of mhine as trying tors trodh the wt. muwill h being pushed by outsiders, wit Do through ave thosads of dress that l
Ss bdtwp you and all th will play. rewar in the hands of the tricks ao mourne d in every State in the Union he hople of t g orida nrotav a good righte- d handed by th eore that
to voa town.-lns hlf vote le un who ar poibly the organirection of the for thi roufh and ready Georth. a Moth is internal suspieioust Board, of the whole thin for onseeary. He than
Sthe out~s Go to the t scheme, absolute and full control of all odit preuralr whody given over to horse rang, fairs that will men ae soanx to be our that would be worth. Doe
s ho te to dei It in your political aff sin f Florida In the future,l drunken and power redeemtig d rqent alriash masters?s there re. to nBow artilable o that peple willd
ssd in the inters t of yourl authority, and to place such unheird o ways; but he h and hart, ne d R of douememb e, that Mr. wholter, the y ask the the higher pesa ha
s ane t power In poeit han to hereany after cntrl abuse, made the whole Republic his peoplry beginning, wa conto pass an amendment to thelow. Right here in Naathe
ot to de t that da pol veryt and publicnder s and drive affairne s, to R eld of ats lurking and he wa a mric ligh at bconstitutished byoutaide, who, through hve thousands of areas that will
AM S did even thunder th d reward raeawlty and enrich any and bonw In addressing an audience in the that great secret-working Drainage- dioe good sugar CWae tatea0h
Sto vote on it h m ae attempn half a vote allmber, t who will follow the direction of far north a in the far south. It is said Internal Imprvemnt Board, hope to for conidera less than 20 ant the
I n oat famous draingely mea such "Boes e." Reader, do you wiser th of him that he was wild in his youth, a gain foothold in Florida' publind then a- the price the verrdina N ews.
iWet to the coastltUon. Go to the to help, by your vote, to create anch a rural rowdy given over to hore racing, fairs that will make them with their lands would be worth. Doee, Gove
nd vote to det t In yourown e that there of e no provi by onstit for tional drunken day and he was d other evd without any our maints, forever Broward belReord: Seeing that people will
and n the fu there t of your authority, and to pth e Lesuch hard of way; but e had brarepowr forgoan d heart, and unboemmbed- Mr. Voter they ak the the higher pri for canttept to drla inds
," if you pl. hipowger oin the hands of any ve men,that myterioua essl or ence called genius people to pana an amendment to the aect-riddes at an enorm of the Ev
Vote to deeost that drainage political and under unonechd ndircumtance. Re- wa lurking like p potential electric light constitution that will make them suve when they can parhase landa, bingi
Mrthe er are attempting to member, the men who ompot se the in the convolution of hi gray matter; preme, hand ca with it a clear right ful part of the tat will b at the almost
tof the pon riling de Itsrely an present board wish all the powerthe and into this matter, unpolished diy to tax a they ee ft, and then to ex- rice?-Fernndina NewClark, Hn.
reome taxation and putting proposed amendment earries ful with i and free til mond of a man there came the grace of end the tax money claim in fav they choose,r Hburn, and other prominent pea
e eonded and unscountable that there s no provision for their God one day and he wa transformed without any restraint, unaccountable be, even then, of the Statecord: Seeng the great
power for the future-our arh accounting dra to the Legislature or any for life into a rare power for good with dang to vote fo ndedthe RAINAgrand HIGH MOGULS, ger inst the ward's atte. To begin
t mft," If you plea nt v. higher ot wishpe for power I That they out parallel or y receda t, great nre- w COMMIh an arImy of t havechmn to do is noerglade at an enormous expen
h. wanden od el that tax ould be unbonded and unaccountable hia personality and ao forceful hiterate he or the pey ask for? Will yo u vorda, perhaps, n even th taxpayer of Florida, bringing they
e Mr. C. Derdr, sauperint n plai o y ou not see the g power theat t ed ech. In the early year ofhiand van. more than did th carpetbany sucger of them a burden that will be almost
Sthi writing dep artme nt of the proposed change ? Do y t s tho cunningly con- gelistt work he was marvelously the in old, peu will vote aga t yotual, Hon. Frank Clark, Hon.
elle Eve Ror s of St. structed as to give them a full and free tillant and persuasive, and cold cultured Grot of own and t everything they claim in favor Hilburn, and other prominent ape
AftIuainw s = st asins" visit to right to collect aa much drainage tax, Boston preachers and scholars were laid of drainage, would it not be, even then, of the State, propose to take the at
S t wverg made The men, making drainage ditrickst p, a they under the spell of plain Sam Joneg his of r ngerou to vote for U DRAINAGE against the heme. To begin wi
e, th god and viaithful might wish for, and again, to s ever nd Georgia, a readily a the great ongre COMMISSIONE to have the powers is not known whether the Everg
anthat tax money just a they see fit? gations of he li terate d illiterate he they ask for? Will you vote next month can be drained or not, and if they
as Goveror Broward said in his Do you not d e the g sat power thy talked to r hted as hsgth and w he to give my *ve men any such power? the court may decide that all the
he expe nothing out of the ch power placed in te ands of e big diat ff ve stenigraphe r witort of own and yrern tghbors' best interest. grants from the L. oThe
So th verglades but the men, backed up by the slickest political his sermon each morning during his re- INTUTh roads already own the cream of
done, thou good ad faithful'or. trickster that Florida has ever known, vivalet and it is probable that no other ns i NRT o erglades, and Louisville and N

lgorfath attemO as vto peure, the 1t possibly do T We be-waa undoustaa hia g ad he AX 1k1y plan;s doh way for th State to tru to d utlam .11
emmedatIon.-e d e A. r .ev the ,- a d etI le s of Florida will pare no t or clad In his ee d ~- mi m ad el the wen they vee ui .A t~g,
""Do *oiin a Uk *^l~t p nitil ^^d tttir scheme next month, and mmqnist-e Wm biting q=0ea10 and his e f headquarters n th city for they se a strong probability of got-
h.e. s t i u i*d dal 1t will n- these he w a very C stry penetrate "The ing witppoManption of ai t tin he landt that there tep w ofs
S trs i Thah. re-- .t.d t tIang p that would dare refinement abhorred his slag 8d tuth drieshehmh nte: t the State havp drainage thea without
irr meyst Pa them as it is. attempt to fat.p a .y ach outrage ouees d ea a reek irabS ar, but T P Ak to for t ad rilroadM.
.hS wl5h i th the scn mepiece of ctonstitptional authority ando that it'tsti hi e n. He w p Th theUnlt ---te t
i e r f i wef todo as thy please U t or lopprelo upon high fa lly r and e a d courage re rote for the rae The people of the St a -
tabl t. An our me r4 t t *reta y heavily tax-.anl hia n large dree, &ad armed w~h dditet. member when they vote U'fo the
!theya noweglecing^ dtbtrwoknnd peoptI V0et t at Adtend- theae he was a vey Christan knight mTe Opposition Plan: Mak the amendment that there are within thia
} ho n wo t y ? w orT ment o*Wr on genra Awican prin- toneoanUy making thO ood fight and hrSey for be- State approximately tweatg m=laW of
elples, ag do it 4 .4 el that all4deflaig stalwart blow against ail forma acree of land that wy ao p nta. ty
apowerowing"the yhr Ichem om 'eonrthdo it aiay ale tnoof evi that ,ivilikte l land. He wa Whieh tefa(rpropasol The the Un te d Stated to taq Stato 01 Spt-
purw to its asheyb covet I hopo of agat&I% b g elected to high fearftilly rough and Inconsiderat4e bq t afit am voti for the rali- ida, under the aet of T a 1 dralnge people devote too much oM es of trust to sny Florida AA his splend" virility save him fTo2 the mrAmndm ." mber 18, and if whe a t
time to sisadernlg their neighbors and there not already endegh uglyloeking fate o leader a it was Now it woua sem from the above*, s adopted sad this boar ed.t to
toe 11t to the argument am explmane* a baagit over us, for to wri his 4qw or aY dia that our dignified? Governor end his their consaructim, of th e of
t -n of their project. People soW" tlesads S Tinh hias hold pd th i. m board di know just what he was tal the ward "avtal" or s w
leais what that means. Suppose Ie knew no theo exept the Bible, but lag about in his artle and pe overfowod,' vIa Th th e iSp-
e weg(am arem draped; that the land we n h- he ieved the *l o with hia wh he card that Florida Dew"p- clide all lands la the.Stateeo
beseom W a vatas be as Broward pro.- M mmid and soul ,# 01ow pets ", 4 to0 r olit I spee at so pt the ot by M
., an a= ere, who goin g The West Ppalm Be Sun expresses others have pqvel' e la this or any mch i with sentimentthrownin. States wander that Iact of Cwtbay
to b~A e laa4ds? What the Stsat the maina objeetlon to the drainage other country. As he grew older said We dow not ha t~ s i to o all these twenty million
"aeft eds is mere people.- Orlando amendment very forcibly, as follows: expeaded under the Iiauence of thought newspapt brethn Jit put It as a r- o derived from the UnitedStweat-
"That is why there is such universal and travel he became more redned in mider that our scheming (Drainage) tered all over the State, wls be
Hea. F tusk W. iams, em teor from oppoaItieo to this amendment through speech and teerat in spirit, but the Governor dd y a th ou to be included by the heard in the da-
Vehesa, will be opposed by a Republi. out the State. It takes from the peo- eharacteristles which made him famous mte H he ot thoas that oud be age districts and asseased with this
an candidate In the election next pie of Florida their rights and trans- remained with him to the last and he gotten that way' Can any be influen acreage tax of 10 cents per acre anmn-
month, the only candidate we know of tfers them to a board of which the Gov- died as he had lived and as he wished ced for things other than money? Is it ally for an indefinite number of years.
who will have republican opposition ernor of the State is at the hbead. todie, asfghttag solder of the Cross possible there are newspaper men back- It is well known that at this time a
Sator Sam nor the Democratic party There could be no appeal from the de- with his harness on. ing the officials schemes for the proe very large portion of these lands, origi-
f Florida, for that matter, will worry vision or action of this board. The -. --.. ;... tige or good will they expect to gain by nally granted to the State of Flerida
much about that, as it is a foregone lAgislature would be powerlem to rep. The deliberate killing of old man it? Surely all newspaper men must see by the United States under this acset of
eoeluulon that the regularly nominated resent the people of Florida In the mnat. John Skeels by a vagrant negro named the great danger there would be in giv- Congress, approved September 28.
democrat i always sure to beat all ter, and the Governor and those of his Alfred Sargent, who also had some low ing any five men the power the Gover- do not need any drainage or re .
opponents and all comers, a democrats cabinet who would be members of the men and women allies, which crime nor and his drainage board and their po- tion and will not be benefited there.
ually support the nominees at the board would levy the taxes, collect the Sargent fully and voluntarily confessed litical allies are working and praying All of such lands now owned by private
primaries they take part in whether money asd disburse it, without the to, has been carried to the St. Augua- for? Can it be possible there are news- persons that will not in fact be bone-
the candidate of their choice is selected slightest right on the part of any dele. tine jail for safe-keeping. A quick paper men who fall in with them "just fltedbythe drainage or other work done
ornot. No independent or bhlter stands gated authority in this State to either and speedy trial should be had and the because" they are officers Is t possi- by the board should not have charged
a how In lorlda. Besides Senator supervise or restrict their actions low, vagrant wretches executed. This ble there will be enough of these who upon them this acreage tax or any
oams has made us a g ,od and faithful "It draining the Everglades is a good in o, plain evidence of what loafing toady to or fawn at the feet of the pw- other special tax levied to pay for suh
slaw-maker for years. thing, why not have it accomplished in vagrants will do for very little money, ern 'that be,' who will vote for that gi- drainage, and the origin of the State's
Large s're head for lak, tity a business-like way ? Why create a or may do an any city or community, gantic and outrageous proposition just title is no justification for levying snuo
A la inr Tuesday's h ime-ln for ln ( r.i: politics machine which would be all- and all of them should be put to work to please some officer? We believe not! 1 1h bWocajar
SlemtiinnTuekthy't Times- nien r.m^: .lP a warning an honest living or be put in Reader do not be fooled Vote in your a fc bd b t
"Cotton Warehouse for lake ('ity will powerful ? The Sun dos not thank that prison where they can e made to own interest, to defeat the schemer are in fact benefited by the draieager
be ready for use Welnesday. Abhnc' the

of Governor, on drainage, r ai rfn. fr their rights tea party or five or six Du xie man to De ia. Tle government is after the powder drainage act or under this amendment.
Delays signing of Articles of hnvorlmr- men without placing some restrictions -St. Augustine Record.
Delaystion," And thus public buof linen r about them. The County Commisioners of Colum- trust. going to blow it up, perhaps.-
importance hthus for publnth, and is ofw "The .pose amendment places too bla county have retained Calonel A. J. Apilachicola Times. Yes. and our Gov. South Florida is practically onenlrsu-
still being neglected, while Florida's ouch authority in the hands of a few. Henry. of Lake City, to enforce the ernor and his political allies, are "after" in opposition to the unlimited drainage
"Dignifled Governor" has turned him- For this reason it is dangerous A law collection from the Internal Improve- establishingagreatbigpoliticalmachine ;scheme devised by Gov. Broward. The
Dn d G overnolitical stuof this character would be dangerous ment Board of moneys due Columbia with which to crack the heads of all people of Florida are not the blather-
f into a peanut political stumpto the even i it came upon the statute books county under aa act of the Legislature Floridiamn who do not bow down and sites and ignoramuase that the Govetr
er' to try and pas an amendment to the f the State by e islative enactment of 1889, which provided that the moneys worship them. They pray to be made nor might think them to be. There is .
Ovistitution that will make him and his Hut to incorporate such a law into the arising from the sale of certain public a board of five constitutional czars, no doubt about the question that the
Mabonded board Carish masters of the constitution is fraught with even more lands should go toward the payment of with power to "rule the earth" so far people in the Eort Myers section nedI
people of Fera.nd to build up apo. danr." certain railroad bonds. The board at as Florida goes. drainage but the plan suggest bi'4 .
litical machis that will bring about
b l some taxation and afford a l Talk about Hearst, the demagogue Tallahassee r se to pay any more of The Palatka News says every liquor Gw or & Mis m i to rob the
. wrong doing and abuse-for the fu- and the yellow journalist; as much as these claim s, ra oumbs county in- license Issued shoul pdroperly begai people of s tates a m themy
owroe Dono bnd dee .or tme au- you lease, bat it Is a fact that up in tends to bring the matter before the with these words; "This licenses Ws aMrea Te sea the
tdMble hadasipes it not tbea kruptey for New Y k all the sae oM pmuocra USt. A M A=..- gantd p e lemons of snacn st a- s t
trustMbee h m ammMtad the "Da is-*a& a -
yMrstate if y"uvote th e Nmers any s are *-- lU5- S 5 *n or sin~to meer s lts par .1 the sek h tois of the
$N powmad e.guesy. An thes'N the bet The Tampa Deft I NN"is ome tof s the miteb the pM e o the Set atW to psltiates to yell that eQa -wow
as m p ead w UeseM hin the world why the Deaoerate neatest amd Mnewesi day paper s the It lur the general weltfar, to iWnem e ry newspaper M*t us -4
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Atkin. Wm b tIsnkiln. Im 1aur Ih
Av-rett. Jan b Jackson. Winm b
Allpn. H S b Jaclkson. W F w
1A1 rn. Jai er b Kerwhaw. A J h
Allen. B 8 w Knott, W V w
Anderson, W N .w tImb. J B b
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Allen. Alex b Anton. Byrd b
Apthrop. JP w jwia. 3Jeff b
Butter. Arehle b .Ao4Pr. d w
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Hawkins, John b wmas, B C w
Houston. John b Whi., David b
Hightower. W B w Wfttfts H Br bb
I a4.J.J J b White, Frnk b
C T w tWiltianm. im b
yHlre. J C w Yant. Alex b
Johnson, Ben b
Andly. Saul b ',ffersoao Jeff b
Avet.4t. 0 H w .eerlson. Qua b
Andison. D C w Johason. W J w
Anderson. Jno b a non. A b
Aaderenm J- per b obbo N J b
Anderson. 0 L b .ackson. J e b
Rryaat. A b .qhsone, MIHt Or w
brown Wo b .ohnson, M H- Jr w
BilaE 0G a b Wl ht.T Sr b
2ruten. Jot b Ieltn. W N
Barnes, Gabe b aSrtin, W n b
badger, Larkle b boes.. Willis b
Jarnes, Klh b WllJnoi b-
B3aks. Joe b 'iohAell A b
Brmsweli. Jack w Mn ,Philp b
Banks. JR b 1 Hal b
1radford, A N w tot R b
Osmpbell, M b McPher on Wm b
Cralg. J A w ?Indir, Westey b
C'lvTns, Allen b Pride, 0sborn b
Craig T E w huse, Jim b
Campbell. J b eed. Rube b
Dennias, Wash b Aoberti, Wm w
Davs,. Jas b RoUin, Robt b
Edwards, TL B b ayne. W H w
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Edwards. A R w wherman, A b
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Griffin., Peter b Spencer. Philip b
Hill., Allm b Stephens. Nath b
Hull A b Shannon. Andy b
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Harrison. Sam b -hompson, H 1)
Haynes, Ed b '-hompson. R b1)
Hur h(. Louis "hoimpon. RB h
Hil. Bailey b "hompson. J b
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Ilarbert. E C w White. fLouls b
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.Tames. Willis b # Wilson, 8 Sr b)
J.Tsckon. July h Wilson, I. h
Johnson, Alex b Walton. Henry b
Ash, Geo Sr b Jones, Jack b
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-Iryant, kobt b Jones, E b
3Jlden. Jam b Johnson, Eph b
nacklter, IHobt b Jobnoon, Wm b
Bryant. M b Johnson, J J b
.radford, R F Br w Jones, Archie b
4radley, Henry b 1Johnson, X 0 w
Bradfolrd, R FJr w inapp, A P w
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ClUdwell, Sm b Mtthew Wm b
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CUrtm. P er b N o. B C w
Cu~rtl, M b (Un. ford b
CoMn M B w iernn WFd b
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Oayne, R Bo b bencer, D b
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drids, WhliR b oWhitaker, Willie b
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larlman. A I. w Me.wrs. 0 w (Carney, Alex b dACAly. Wim w
lank.. W I w Massey, Jack b ('urney It b (0elley. l0.roy w
tryan. W It w Morgan. Isaac w (haire. J 0 W A valley. L w
iondurnntH B C w IMaJory. J P w .haire. S P w -arte. J It w
Black. F J w Karnis. MC w Chalrea. H B w A.Indmay. A b
mutts. J H ww ntthew. R z w a i' wns. t M w Jnday. L, b
Iritton, Ed w Morn. T w Chalres. 1111i w w .de, Loul b
Byrd. W P w Meitash, Win w ( h aires. J P w itWhbell Mero b
Cobb. A b McKInn N b Chaires, T Vm w. Iota Mb w
Carnter. RB Sr w eDo R Sr w Chalres. M P w etl. Ooenu b
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w, t W Cates W M w Palmer, S A w
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oartroth A H w huia lease b -wuhat. Henry b Smith. Henry b
Gallons,. oobt b ommr, Sa b -nllsey, R L w U 'tt0, W w
Golding Wan b Stord, Milton b "rmn, k W b Stily. W DA w
Gre(e. ben b Stowe, Robt w JeimottI G P w Speasm, J F w
O0nstt. A C w smithh, Oa" b tJuval. Z a w b suns, Wn w
Jolden. RWut.Inl b Taylor, R b Duval, W w Sh. W H L w
awkinm, ilowlin b Tho=s1 A b -javis,a0 1I W 1.; ktW R W b
-(.yn., Alen b Thomas. L Jr b Jarherty, E 1) w Itf nalst.. Hdw b
Xardis. A b Thomas. Tono b Ji.kersor, C H w sunders. Oliver b
Xuntor, Win b 'A.tomion. Ned b rew. M M w ftewart, J A w
RkoIU. obt b Tryoo, T C w ehl. H w nealp. R C w
arria. Randal 4A V&nn. R W w Zl^lI. David w welting. H N w
>&,ynea. Joe b Walkero. W w l IottJ. L. w auitag ter. J H w
John-son. P B w Wilson, Sneod b Yrlnklin, wmo b tplhens. C T w
.ohnaou. K J w Willliams, Oby b b t5Oiles,J H b Stephens, W 3 w
.ohnon Wmn b WUUlams C b latau, Max w Shaw. W W W
Jenias. J J b WIULamI JW fr b arrlorF, F 0 w Stanrd, H b
Jnkln.R. .. r b W&&Inton. eo b Garrtor. J L w *miath. W H w
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Jenkins. R Jr b Wilson. Chla b 7Ietcher. H S w .ptroman. W S w
.enklns, wiley b Wynn, Oeo b "olntbey. LeA w mitrickland. T P w
> letcher. R w Strickland. W L w
PRECINCT NO. 12 unn, W J b rminth. L R w
<(ltlhiiue, P C w w ftlth. R K w
Alford. E H Sr w .ohbnston, E 0 w (Girrett. Willie b Sauen. M C w
Alaton, B b Dame,. 8 C Vw Gregory, H L w S &mith., l R w
Ausdey, C M w #ewIN, aeo w rinsberg. A H w Smith. J 0 w
Appllng. W C w owls, WC w orey. Jraoson w "rice, J C w
Arord, D 0 w on R C r w (unn. Jsaiah b "rent. 8 A b
Alexander. W H b .l, 0 w oo w Good. A D "homau. J L w
Alford, E H Jr w .vlngston, H b Adklnson. H W .owe. J Y b Goodman. M w Tully. A E w
Adkinson, W N w Laorman, F b (rlgsy, A W w Tucker. 8 M w
3urney. WWm b '-one, R C Jr w Grnmlin. R IV Tomlinson, R w
Banks, Oeo b Ijowry. D M w Harrison. 8 b T money W A w
'4cthel. H L w 'koo W L w ienry, F 8 w Thomas, D w
Bernard, J T 8r w Vatthews, M b Harper. A 8 w Theus. J & w
31oxham, W D w hkason, 'Sam h Itl ikt. Anthony b Theus, Wmn w
-Tradford, J R w Yoore, F C w Hunter. (Chaa b VanBrunt. 0 C w
latcherlor. T b %.omford, J C 'W Hlendermon, J W w VanBrunt. Wm w
3urnes, Tony w ilckler, R H w/ Hale. 0 W w Whaley, H b
3revard. E M w Moore, .7 0 w Herndon, 8 8 w Williams. J H w
-aIl. J A w Uunro, C E w Hamlin, J 0 w WIi n T E w
3rumby, F M w Maxwell. A 0iw Hammett, J 1 w Wilns., Dan w
Alock. M w Saorehead. b oward. R F w W Ur
Baker, Henry b Voore, W lightower, R E meu"9. -dw --'
IBritton. J W w r, r, C rJr ,w lues. J_ F Williams, P A b
Clrevard. R C w Manniln r s wl.T Walker, 8 M W
-jliddulph. F B w 1Miller, COr -4ut11 T walker, 0 W b
3RaP. D F w eaer, on. sHarry b wisA. Ir P w
;oda B J w r. L -Inton. OMairy b Wodu H 0 w
sakoBm. V P w I% Uw opkins, V 8 w Wahnsh A w
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BUom. W A w %cdJor. W ightower, 8 R W Wlllla A w
Bowen.al, w V.c Jn-o b Irshberg. J W iW. A w
Clarkl. EW w Ado .W w Howard. J w WolfTori, o b
Carter, W H w TayW A w AHarley. L w Williame. J% b
Culloe J V w b ?rA e b emimberonr. L w Williama. ryy b
Chaiey, W w st~t. U J w Isler. H i w Weeks., l w
'lb. t w w hW .tenkiln, Isaac b Wilkln*. HWtt' b
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Combs., IO Jr jtJmr J_ w Jordan. B w Warner. Z D w
C100", J I* b Sit T w ohnaon, 0 W w Yellowhair, nd b
ChaUts-. J b .7rsn j4 Jones, B A w Yasp, L C w
SDae*, Wm b w aSS. .ve bw Jones,. W oT w o Andrew b
Oalbeoes Ce w J s. J 0 w sYdung. Henry b
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OTCh. AW w "rt o H HK w Asloian, Ma w ham ahar A D w
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Diamond. J % "otwls, W A w P'RECINCT NO. 1
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OrUnh. B b. b tuI or..Aot w Adaas, M b Je kial J'ack w
Juncan. Wi Jr w Wae. JH w Austin. Jno b < tre, a. WA b
-atnod. F P w ta4Jp, Jr W AuMtlnf. hr b (1teket, Jaeb,'b
Jonaldaon, A b ow Anwr, JoP w Aner1on. Rebt b AKM irtck. A b
vle. JR W b oMlsrs. S P w A.n, WJllS b (Ucamtrtok, e b
Dent. Chase b Smith, Jno )b A MA ood, w ?. ,0 -
Illilt. H u w alate. ItSA ' rw *Tkh ,n.v b W CI 6irk. am Ib
Idmoend JA w Smtt. W b Ialer. Turner b Cl imtriek. C wr b
Hdwards, Wm b Stephenson. A w Aete Chan b Cillteck. JIAd b
Avans. R J w 8pllter, A C w Juigt, 8 b .alos FbSSy b
vOna T H w Wghine. R A Jr w *urntt Tlert b I= -0 'rD
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4dward'.. M w MPar Dav" b Sumel. J W w .An ,Kl-im b
Venn, C X w ikllkippenr C Q w te. laJuc b k r JT b
Aletcher., 0 w hltne. Albert W uler w J w
iaSLes,. b 1rfert. D w ri. W t w Mo ar h
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The True De rt on ai i
ant visit yesterday i rnl 4 &. -x

Howell A. avi, I
were here before the Ral11
lion fn the effrt of thut eltyo U
better depot accommodtltio.e: '
Democrt always enjoys a vit from
such mten.
Miss Ruby Powell of East Duval
street, daughter of Mr. ad Mra. W.
J. Powell, and niece of Mrs. Edward
Groover, of prioagild, has bee tram-
ferred from t LaVilla school to the
Central Grammar school, owing to ber
proficiency and success in the aseool
room. Miss Powell is a very culture
and charming girl, as well as v Iin-
telligent, having written several
for children that have been accepted by
papers and magazines. -Time.Union.
Married, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Edward B. Man-
ning, on the morning of October 17,
Mr. Thomas Herndon Cromarts to
,Miss Fannie Belle Manning, the vwer-
able grandfather of the brM, Dr. A.
M. Mannang. performing the eereseay.
After a most elegant lunch the s*y
couple drove through the cemtry -a
Thomasville, Ga., where y to .
train for a bridal trip to A a.
Their many friends wis th-em o
wedded life. :
Reed the lare and neat new
pays t o atie of H. AKIF l t

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Hm- jewisb -e gooId.
publWbobla the outer pages of
Tu "D[oliavt. which contained
IMouat of thsevere illnew of Mrs.
tomess news of her death,
following Veterans' general
ordor hs bee issued. The whole
i rm l particularly the Soath, is
= Mo byte taking away of this
~sa, d good woman:
Ais. Oct. 17.-William E.
Misi, adjutant general and chieflof-
sta of the United Confederate Vet-
emu, arrived last night from New
Orlmi, iimmdiaty upon bhring
of te dest of Mrs. Jefferson Davis,
Isued a general order in part as fol-
With a heart full of grief, the gen-
eal monmmading announces to his be-
Ilov grades the death of Mrs.
Vaor% Jeffron Davis, which occurred
in il lty of New York Tuesday night,
she I ag at the time of her death over
dig tyears of age. Thus passes way
another of our distinguished Con fed
lates; and the bonds which connected
the people of the South with the house-
holeof -first and only president have
be. w y severed with the excep-
tion oneoonk yet remaining.
Mrs. Dals was such a part of the
of this section that an extended
paid bthis federation to this
Il ustrious woman.
Theodore 8. Garnett, com-
mladn ~the Vtirli division of the
U* l fodearts Veterans, i hereby
lled to se that suitable arrange-
meats are made to carry out the inten-
t of this order. He is to use his
best dgment as to the course to fol-
low. B command of
Stephen L. Lee,
General Commanding.
William Z Mickle
AdJt Ge, and Chief-of-Staff.
LETrall TO W. C. LaWIS.
ISlMhSsa U i. V.


0( CeMmty CMMhietor .1 Lweap
CetfCo"t an Ow 7thl di of t
msordame with the previalo of set
etptr M mand W mrenderd In I197 1t
INoLwsof o orida:
DOmWCT No. 1.
Ale* Seot.
DimtrIcT No. 2.
J. A. SIllingsley. Campbell Powell.
DuatmCr No. 1.
Joseph Green.

J. C. Coehran.
Peter Klsery,
0. H. Lamb,

I)wmrrI No. 4.
Sharper Neal.
R. L Smith.

Insfrma.- No. f5.

8en Andersmn, r.,
W. H. Burney,
Mike Hall.

W. S. Bolen,
W. P. Lane.
Jeff Mitchell,

Thomas Lutz.
A. Lutz,

C. u. IM knsf.
A. M. Ham,

C. A. Ipene",
J. H. *chinnr.
C. Elehinrer.
B. D. Palrlamks
Iaon Feinbors,
HZ.E. Graham,
tR, A. Oray.
8. A. Hill.
C. House,.
John Hackett.
A. B. Hawkins,
Theodore HanL
Louis Hoa.
1. HIfilon,
Alex Jaots.
"am a. n,
Moses Saeer,.
W. M. Wightma

W. W. Mers.

Charos Perry,
;eorge Hmpei,
S. . mith.

Iixri1(T No. 6.
Thasrn M'K innon,
<'yru, J.ed.
DITaItT No. 7.
W. A. Epl'y.
DIusaIr No. P.
Martin Yorrenasn.
IaIrTI'cT No. t.
J. W. I'erklns. Jr.

1)I1TW3T17 No. 10.
Kew Gauldme'.
DjlTllTT No. 12. /
Clem Kerr/
P. W, ltu Jr.
flhaTRar No. 13
E. K.
O. D on"e. ir.,
P. Craft.
,. RAR Kelly.
.I8. Knapp,
J. Karam.
i,. D, Lowe,
SW. Y. Lowois.
Frances Mundes,
0. A. Morgan,
J. L. Mason.
on. W. Z. McCarthy,
Albert Reich.
J. Schabbro,
E. Shutan,
J. A. Router.
B. B. Wilson,
DITranir No. 14.
John A. Smando,.
Dimiw'rc No. 15.
J. F. Murray.
Jack Rainey.
DIU csIO No. 10.

W. C. Caleutt William Oliver.
W. i. Cay. J. C. Pae.
Charle A. Culbeon. T.M. Pone.
John John Reed.
N. a. lr, B. C. Snpes,
J. W. Jonoe., 0G.. Sanders.
ee Moody. Henry J.IJImlth.
J. C. Moody, William WJ.
T. O. wens. L P. Wheeler.

John Wallace.

q -
Joes d e bought five gallons
O to Mr. Pratt' house at
f-, To1 a. It panted two coats.
TI on for nobody rueasng little-
oh Doe Is: they learned in a bad
m sehe ; other pelnta.
Yours truly,
F. W. bvoy & Co.
New York.
P. 8. Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
pint. __, ___ 12
Be sure to go to the polls and vote
S agast that outraeous proposed drain-
age m9stlta amendment. Not to
e oans hl a vote for it. It is of
stm et mrtnce to the tax-
pFlorida to defeat it. It
laeMs mV sa, J or tax burdens and
aloli.Mj up the stronges"t poltial
manum e for power and abuse of public
t- IOda has ever been confronted
vtbIa Vote to down the scheming
Kitoeianm who are working so hard

rer eleC p.
An Iron Safe and to Sw Canes -
for sale cheap at ,
R. J. No' Sope.
Photoegrphs by the ro f your-
self or of your friend. AilwyV the' bet.
Capital City Photo Gall-ry. 34
Mr. R. U. Davidson came over from
Qunca on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bement, of Wind-
sor, Ontario, who are touring Florida.
are registered at the Leon.
Mr. P. E. Green, representing the
Cohunbus Paper (o., Counmbus. (Gu., Im
In theity on his regular trip.
A neat and attractive display adver-
tlaement will bring the enterprining
buness man increased patronage with-
out a doubt. We have quite a lot of
them In this week's |iue. Read
them all.
Mr. W. C. Apling has severed him
connection with Levy Hros. and has ac-
pted a position with the Chrietian
opper Tobacco Co. of Ht LIouisA Mo..
:adwill travel through South Georgia
Florida, with headquarters ii this
elt. He takes the position of Mr. W.
0$ Moo Who has resigned in order to
devote If of his time to the develop.
nmet ofthe Alberto Cigar Co., in which
he is interested.
You wil And rep native of
tb Globe Taloring Con at Burns
&Co.'s the nMd d8a l. He will be
here to take orders ithot make mis-
takes. If your suit .i't fit you get
your money back. np hundred sam
p0e to select from. I4
Mr. Walter N. Shine is spending a
Sdays aanm his relatives sad hosts
Talahsasee friends. He is In the
estate business in Jacksonville and
makinS a great suo "of his n ew
-iio Walter Is e of ol od-time
lrer ands, ad of efres we eae
Ssrlay pleased to meset
"S. l .th bMI, S

Duraicr No. 17.
W. W. Woodward.
DwrgscT No. 18.
J. F. Allen.

Attest: H. T. rfsta. Clerk of Boad.
V.C. C. Sor. Chairman.
Reseltleos of Respect.
Whereas, God In His infinite wisdom
has taken unto Himself one of our
most valued eitisens and consecrated
Christian characters; therefore be it
Resolved, That In the death of Major
Robert Gamble, October 10, 1906, our
community has lost a man whose pres-
ence was ever a Joy and benediction;
whose memory will ever prove an In-
spiration to higher and holier living;
whose example will ever be a legacy
more to be desired than silver and old;
to be appropriated and treasured not
only by the bereaved faraily but by
each and every member of this city in
which so many years of this beautiful
life have been passed.
Resolved, That the Woman's Club of
Tallahassee extends to our beloved
vice-president and co-worker, Mrs.
Howard Gamble, our deepest sympathy
in this hour of sorrow, commending her
to the loving care of "Him who doeth
all things well."
Resolved, That a copy of these reso-
lutions be mailed to Mrs. Gamble and a
cOpy sent to each of our papers for
publication MMs. W. L. Moo,.
A SaccessThankols Retrned.
The reception recently given by the
Woman's Club was pronounced quite a
success. and said to be a very enjoyabIl
affair, the free will offering going be-
yond expectation.
The Kindergarten Committee who ar-
ranged the entertainment, wish to
thank all those who took part in the
program, or contributed in any way to
the surcesa of the occasion
Sec' Kindergarten Committee.

The "David S. Walker" Library
In greatly in need of more books, espe-
cially novels, and it has been suggested
that many families may have some
that they no longer need and would be
willing to contribute them. One from
each subscriber would be a great help.
Tho books may be left with the
librarian. W. HI. CARTIR,

George W. Wilson. editor-in-chief of
the Times-Union. returned to the city
yesterday. Mr. Wilson was taken sud-
denly ill over six months ago and at
one time his life was despaired of, but
with a determined will, skilled medical
attention and treatment, the pest three
months by a New York nerve somelal-
e1st, h has been restored to his normal
health. Mr. Wilson will take up
actively the direction of the Time.-
Uslea at oee-Timee-UUate, Ith.

Notice of Incorporation.

moTsog or augaPoN

en a rme which winbe Pressou arIek n ie a d do

the eity of Tdllmdo daring the me r
by law for the l W of stte notia.
SORION C. PASSUM.L od i f a n t
BR1CK COMPANY. {orTasl.l
Th undersiMed horby agre to become associ- pr p o nioMr.
sted other, sad do hereby T iate themselves or le of the County Boat of
together, for the purpo o beoomai a body po- public Instretisa.
litie and orporatoe uder the laws of the State of For Justi eeof the Pesina saad for the follow.
Florida. the previsetns of which are hereby ac- in Jumte Districts via:
ceptad. The follower articles of incorporation os. 1., 4., 7, , 10, 12.
shall constitute sd become Its charter upon ssu- For Constable In ad for the following Justice
dance of letters patest sceording to law: Districts, via:
I. No.. 8, 4. 10. 11. 12.
The name ths orraton shall be "Tall- In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set
Ihaw.. PrM drlek ,m y." Its principal my hand and affixed the r Beal of the
iIs ha city of Ta 4.] S 1 tate of Fiorsat Talss the Ci-
has"oe. Lpo slty. Florida. Bench ofce na-y tlthis the first day of September, A. D.
be establied lsuch other plcAe am may beo- iso C CRAFo
elected by the of Direc S. H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Secretary of tate.
To CHARLEB HOPKINS, Sheriff Leon County.
The general uare of t business to be trans-
acted by the tion shaJ be: To manu- Watch us crow! Compare our adver
fracture for purp- ai* preeed brick. terrm Watch us grow! Compare our adver-
cott, tile. roo n vI and other building mea- timing matter with the same of a year
tersal, which made from delay. sand, ce- ago and you will discover that at pres-
ment and othr I trial; to conduct a general
retail and merchandise busines.. ent we are printing three times as
or either of t either as pincipale or on much as at that time. Our circulation
commission or ; to plant, grow, cultivate, is increasing at a rapid rate also. From
cure and Manufacture tobacco for purposes of
sale, to produce, purchase, sell and generally deal now until ristmas is the time to ad-
in all kinds of farm, arsden and dairy products; vertise. John Wanamaker, ex-post-
to hureh use., .ei leas, el an mor erl master-general of the United States,
row money. vn their bonds, or otr and Philadelphia's foremost merchant,
curity the or; and to have and to enjoy all the says "Advertising is the Source of
rights. privilest ad pow o ncesary to the Trade." Merchants, attention.
management and operation of said business.

The amount of the capital stoek of this corpo-
ration shall be ten thousand dollars, divided into
one hundred shares of the par value of one hun-
dred dollars h; said capital stock shall be pad
for in lawful money of the United stateor In
proerty or W eorviees at a Just valuation, to
be axed by the o t.s, or by the direeters at
a meeting eaUed for each purpee. Ten per cent
of the capital steak shall be paid within tan day
after letters patent shall have been granted aad
before said eorpcatlon ea'l transet any buainesA.
The unpaid de on etoek of the subscrlb.
en hereto hall be paid in the manner aforesaid
in h Inetallients and within oab time as may
ham Jgitsd byI te Board of Diretem The r-
maining stock sall be sold by the directors from
time to time. as the same may be needed, at not
lees than Its par value.
This corporation hall exist for the period of
ninety-nine year, unless sooner dissolved sacord-
Ing to law.
The business of this corporation shall be con-
ducted by a board of not lees tha three nor ir re
than Ave dirortem. The Board of Direstrm shall
*elect fre themselves a President, a Vice-Prel-
deont. tary nd Treasurer. One person ay
sold the I5ee rotary and Tresurer. aid
Bor of tr have authority to appoint
all noeessr agents of this orporation. Annual
meetn eofthe sa khoder all b he hold at the
pr t the e Meor atloa o the best
M eld S yer. at 10 eelok a. U. or a
of erodeaezr a&% = & which the Beard
of Die01e01 the aakhaed .
The oAse to b ebtn -r One e t reetor sal be
he win n the monday eM year Lb C.
ately after the annual meetig of that
ea. Until a Soard ow Dretors shall ha- base
frat duly abeaon by the sloekhelds.the business
of 1he1 Id' ororati nsh llheeeadutesdw bythe
Yaer. IPrMevit; William R. Crowder, Via-
rea~dent; and Orion C. Parker, Secretary and
The hibheet amount of indebtedness or liability
th corporation *hall at any time subject itself
is ten thousand dollars.
The name and resldeson of the subscriber to
these articles of ineorporationi together with the
amount of capital ubseribed beach, are as fel-
Names. Residences. No. share
Louls C. YTaee ...... Tallaha" ee. la ... 80
WIlliam R. Crowder ... ... do ...... ....
Orion C. Parker ......... do.. ....... 0
LouIS C. YBsosa,
WILUAM It. CtowDna,
Onon C. Panusa.
Seeoad Judicial Circuit. Lon County In Chaneery.
R. A. Shine, complaints vs. John W. Jones
and Jennie Jones. his wtfe, defendants.
It appearing by aMidavt appededto the bill
fled in the above-stated cause that the residence
of John W. Jones and Jeanle Jones, his wife. the
defendants therein n is unknown, and that
they are both over the of twenty-on years;
and that there is no known t cp eonS.
plainant In the State Florida theice of a
subpoena upon whom d bind defendants
or eitherof them; It aore red that aid
defendants be and they e h by, required to
appear to the bill of rorn anlled in said cause
on or before Monday. the of December. A.
D. 190,. otherwise the al of said bill will
he taken as cnnfessed defendants. It is
further ordered that th er be published once
a week for eight ronsecue weeks In the Weekly
True Democrat. a new r published in said
county and State.
This Iith day of October. A. D. .
It.. Hmaaynv T in..r..
Clerk Cirruit Court.
JOHN W. laNIIn'vuow,
SOcirtor for Complainant.
A tru copyt.
AtteIt i. T. FaI.KIL. Clerk. :-t
Forecleaere Sale.
tue of a decree of foreclosure eId *le made
and entered on th.gtNth day of Feptemlwr. A. I).
190. In the Cireul ourt of the Iecond Judicial
Circuit of the State of Florida. n *and fr Leon
county. In chancery. In a cause wherein A. H.
Mason I compslainar.t and A. M. Manninm. as ad-
ministrator of the estate of Charles P. Davis. do.
ceaed. Joseph W. Iavis. Sarah E. Davia. et al..
are defendant, 1. Joseph A. Rdnemondaon. ae Spe-
cial Mater. will sell. at public outcry, before the
front door of the court hou*e of Leon county. in
the city of Tallahase. to the higheet bidder for
saeh. on Mmay. the th day4W of November. A. D.
19sK, between the hours of eleven o'clock a. m.
and one o'clock p. m.. the foltowing dsmeribed
lande. to-wit: Nineteen and thre'-qmarter acrasof
land In the R vof the NW t of eetien t. T. I N.
. I W.. beginning rofeet west of the NW sc-
nerof Mrs. McMahon's feeM thence W K.Mechaln a
thence 46 chains. theme 8. L chain. and
thnee **.46 chains to the point of bynnMainw.
known as the "Old Fair Grnd" proIperty, I e
and beiag In the reusaty of Lean. State of Floida.
And also the SW '4 and the west 10 acres of the
W %of the SR t of oettio S. T. N., R.i-K
oe hundred nd d th evet (1 aS : and the W
% ari. he wet 10moae th eW of the Ns
of sections T. A N. RL I I one hundred and
seventy i (1?w re., r lying -bt In the county
of Leoa. State of Florida.
Purchaser to pay fer d d.
34t Master.
Have IOU that of obren
in theWind.ow Bb it not,
it awsl w
is ftwear at io l f- H


..i....... .

Amrt PutootL, 1W.E::: s
d ad rd ........g-
An't Phid to Ot. lst, IIS... tlLi
peelialseheo Distriot Wao. 1.MI si
AmI't Pad to Oct. Ist.1MS... M
...........................................$ .W
Attests H.T.
Clerk Ciruit Cort, Leo. County f Ot,
lit. IMS,
tb istentiof of rthe OtyaCl oea mam e tt
of Tliaseel, to pss an4, Of
the 6th day ofIdk. A. D. I. l
the tevw or a ap tor ad
mils, for water ir UeiM -
abl pro witfMet lie the
city of Tils t for the yr A. D.
1Wo 7 I. MlPWOC. Jr.'
S eident giuy Council.
By direction of the City Coudsl.
Tallahuses, la., Sept. 18. 1im, 9-11-06-4t
Rooms or half f h Address P.
0. Box 64, City. J S 4-tf.




Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00




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




Not take our word for it,

but let us prove it to you.



. ,

IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.

S Carrabelle, Fla.


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

In the mean time we are going to have a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:
60 Tapestry Rugs, 27x60, ......$ 1.50
48 Velvet Rugs. 27x60, .-..---------------------... 1.85
120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 23x36,...----.---------- 1.00
60 Axminster Rugs, 27x60, .--------------------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.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.






The Internal Improvement Fund is what will be drained-Of all the Land and Cash held in trust by the Internal Improvement Board !"M
I l l I I I I II I l I l"'" " *1^ " ^ *" "" "^ "^" '11* ^"" "* """ ^ '^ ^

Ce sees& Lamar to New Tea.L
H LAut. New York, Oct. o'.6
ar -I noted comn-nd -
tion of Demoom (N. Y.) plat-
fem. HL Wflliam Randolph Hearst
Sethe Deocratic nomin forG over-
of Now York. Hel salomthe can-
of the Independence League of
4 New York.
Mr. east invited me to aid him in
his campaign. I went to Rochester and
Buff N. Y and made a _peech at
each place. seo accompanied him at
n ht through Brooklyn and New York
to big political meetings. We
went in automobiles. It is a red-hot
I will begin my canvass in the Third
District In Monticello October 25th.
I know I can help W. R. Hearst here
somewhat, and I know the people of my
district will approve of my lending a
helping hand here in New York to make
this great State Democratic.
I leave for Florida next Monday, stop-
ping in Washington a few days. Will
r to get Secretary Wilson to recom-
mend a Tobacco Experiment Station
for Leon county.
I am not forgetting my constituents.
Kind regards to you and family, in
which Mrs. Lamar joins.
I am, very truly yours,
Buffalo, Oct. 6.-Congressman Lamar
delivered a speech here tonight which
kept the enthusiasm of the crowd at
top notch. He devoted himself to Mr.
Hearst's work in Congress. He gave
Mr. Hearst full credit for the author-
ship of the Railroad Rate bill, and con-
tinuing, said:
"The Republicans in Congress will yet
have to adopt the balance of the Hearst
bill to protect the producers, the
shippers, the consumers in New York
State and the country at large. And
yet Mr. Hearst is called a Socialist, an
anarchist. And by whom, pray? By
the railroads oppressing the people,
and by the newspapers and public men
in their pay.
"If Hearst is a Socialist, then so is
Rooseelt. If Hearst is an anarchist,
so, too, is Roosevelt. The latter tried
in his message'to Congreqs to do what
Hearst in his bill tried to do. The
President's message did not contain as
much good as the Hearst bill. That is
tihe only difference.
"Will the sensible voters of New
York State be humbugged by their
plunderers? Will the railroad interests
the railroad newspapers and railroad
lawyers be able to praise Roosevelt in
one breath to the voters and in the
next breath damn Hearst?
"Shall this 'plunderbund' of railway
and municipal interests be allowed to
Invoke Theodore Roosevelt's name to
injure Mr. Hearst with independent
Republicans, when Roosevelt sought to
do in his message to Congress what
Hearst tried to accomplish in his bills
to Congress? Out upon and away with
such rank hypocrisy and such perver-
sion of the truth!
"And what has made the American
Congress so delinquent in its duties
upon this question-a delinquency for
nine years-that looks like dense
ignorance or sublime indifference, or
direct treachery? They have listened
to the arguments and persuasions of
railway interests, railway lawyers and
railway newspapers until their concep-
tions of justice to the shippers, pro-
ducers and consumers have been almost
paralyzed. It is a great blessing to
the country that the use of free rail-
road passes, telegraph franks, Pull-
man car passes and express company
franks will soon be denied by law to
United States Senators and Represen-
tatives in Congress.
"Without charging corruption, the
almost universal use of these privileges
has placed United States Senators and
Representatives in the attitude of being
in the pay of two employers with con-
flicting interests.
"There is hope yet that full relief
can come out of the American Con-
gress for the American people, against
railroad extortions in their varied
"Then the Hearst bill will be justi-
edl, then the people of New York
State will enjoy the full pr't'<,tt,,'
given by la.w, striv n or so van0 i:.
in their b half h:.' th, nwi, who wo .....
honor tha:' great othie of (ovtrrnor ,!
New York State. the I lou V.'il.,.i ,
Randolph I Iar-t." b uttfalo(ou, i. i.
iapoleon Bonaparte
showed, at tle .iattlh of Austeuli:z.
S was the gr.,' .*;t ,.,til,.r in tue w i! .
Ballard's Snow L.iniment has ,,wn ith '
public it is t.he i-st lininnlit ii th, i
world. A qui'K cure for Rheumatism.
Sprains, BurnsC, (ut, etc. A. ('. I'itt. .
Rodessa, La., says: "I u.we Bllarl'
Snow Liniment in nmy family and find
it unexcelled for sore cheat, headache.
corns, in fact for anything that, can he
reached by a liniment." *

--Apply to-


Doctee Saiw B* WesM t Lve.
Pote Fry, Woodruff. Pa., writes:
"After doctoring for two years with
the best physician In Waynesburg, and
still getting worse, the doctors advised
me if I had any business to attend to I
had better attend to it at once, as 1
eould not possibly live another month.
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended
to me by a friend, and I immediately
sent my son to the store for it, and
.after taking three bottles I began to
get better and continued to improve un-
til I was entirely well." Sold by all
For Sale!
Double-barreled Brech-loading Shot
Gun, used very little, for sale cheap-
Apply to or address WM. CHILDS, Tal.
lahassee, Fla. 32-tf



Here October 24th. Street parade
positively between 9 and 10 a. m. Doors
open 1 p. m. and 7 p. m. Performance
begins at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. Those
going at night wll have to be there not
later than 7:80 in order to see menag-
erie opening spectacle and the big acts.
In these latter heavy apparatus is re-
quired and they come first at night
that there may be no delay in taking
down and loading. The horses, ponies
and wagons taken to the train an load-
ed at dusk are no part of the menagerie
or circus and are only used in parade,
and are hurried to the next town as
"The Flying Squadron."
See John Collins for Job Printing.


Teo B54 Sws iked. four Rbsd (frcus, b DiDo" Meswerilp Npme id W id West.

Tallahassee, Wednesday October

Presenting Under Ten Acres of Water
and Costly Wild Animals. Double Herd of
Performing Pachyderms Presenting a


Proof Tents 1500 Rare
Elephants- Ponderous,
Program Comique of

Stupendous Realistic Production BATTLE OF WOUNDED
KNEE. introducing 500 Indians, Cow-boys, Scouts and Soldiers.
The Leavenworth Zouaves, direct from a successful European trip,
America's greatest Military Company, presenting Rutt's Manual of
Arms to Music. Two Companies of Cavalry, late of the U. S.
Army, in expert feats of horsemanship. Ellsworth Female Zouaves.
See Capt. Winston's Wonderfut Educated Seals.
The Lucuzon Sisters, Wonderful Aerial Iron Jaw Act. Flying
Banvards, Sensational European Aerialists. The Latest Foreign
Novelty, Mr. James Dutton and Mile. Winnie Van, Grand Spectac-
ular Double Riding Act. McNutt Troupe, Aerial Cycle Whirl Rid-
ers. Prof. Nygard's School of Wonderfully Trained Menage Hor.
ses, 12 in Number. 20 Male and Female Riders. 300 Daring Gym-
nasts, Nimble Acrobats and Talented Aerialists, the pick of all
arenic celebrities. Forty Merry Old Clowns.
Grand $300,000 Street Parade.
Three Miles of Gold Bedecked Wagons and Chariots, Prancing
Horses. Dens of Rare and Costly Wild Animals, and including the
Season's Newest Novelty, a Quarter of a Million Dollar Reproduc-
tion of the Battleships of the Navy. The Grand Musical Ballet.
500 Men, Women and Children in the Cast. Chief White Thunder's
Band of Indians. 50 Bucks. Squaws and Papooses. The Celebrated
Banda Rosa, of 50 Soloists, under direction of Antonia Oliveto,
gives one hours musical program before each performance. Two
Shows Daily. rain or Shine.
Excursion Rates on all Railroads!
SPECIAL NOTICE.-People attending night exhibition, in order
to see menagerie, opening spectacle, and the big acts, must b(
present not later than 7:30 p. m. The horses, ponies and wagons
loaded at dusk are used only in parade, aid are hurried to the next
town as The Flying Squadron."








?-P wiio, f r '.*~'raturo., vY tiht I rflrflht(' ~ 1 i d .l'Your Future.
Yuig ,r Man! Young Woman!' rrv:no t S'K MIN ~I IY4f0,vv
I ;.- 1) t';t '.'vdaiv los~.t ~instartiri c (uts cOff a (ha) a!ar\ iiltilt, viiii.
it. *.(,enter N' )W I1Iif )AN' Aldrire'%
'I f(it:OM BUSINEiSS COLLELC, 'I altahax.ee, l',.i


Just Step In

And see what we have now on Sale

for Fall and Winter.

Dress Goods, Do-

mestic Goods, Notions, Gents and Boys


and Shoes, also Saddles,

Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes,

at popular prices.




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

See My Fal and WintAr Goods.

Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car.
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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

Cleaning and

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer.
chant Tailors.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 25c.

A Cup of White House or Blue Label
Noca and Java Coffee
is \that g ,,es st right to the heart of
,*v '"'y man at breakfast time, and every
,i. hknw,. that only g ld grocers keep
i "in. c,,te. W (keo special pride in
"i" l'r:i as tl, as they have imadeit our
e:.t fiiius. .lus.'t as go(xd as the cof-
we.* s !l are teas, which principle
ill.4 .ol throughout our entire .stack.
We s-wll nothing but the best of food
Iprilucts those we have tested our-
srlvs, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.



General Builders and Contractors.


$7.50 F. O. B. Depot .RuId

$8.50 delivered in city Contracts f

OILMORE & DAVIS CO Solicited aind
Tallahassee, Fla. guaranteed.

Work and Painting"






ngsl a Specialt Hot and cold baths unsurpasseed. Good table. Good beds. Run.
gs pc lty ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables.
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well equiped stables. Shady

r work in the country pavmions seat(< etc
r work in the country avllona 17 Miles front Liv O.k. on Live Oak. Perry &
satisfaction in all lines Rates Reasonable Gulf R. H. Connectionat LiveoOak with all Trains

(Not in the Circus Trust.)



v - -- -P N

Ill. 0. BOX 2101

THE TRUE DEMOCRLAT. w fnd thr Journey made easy by
J 3 e0. C ULM W, eblw. hundreds of satisfied customers right
tO ouur eitabifsTment.
PUBLISHED EVERY rRIDAY MORNING. Calling at our store and spending a
few dollars is the first step on the route
to ALMOST A OU TH omica, mone-savng buying.
FOR.eJLMOST A FOURTH j, We are now sellinkthe married sons
OF A HUNDRED YIALS ad daughters of rents who have
been our customers or the past fifteen
or twenty years.
Daval Br the boaeerCash rchuaat That's a good testimonial for us.
of MiddMle lorida, Mare Beeo It shows that we have been honest in
Cenductla a Saccosftl our dealings with the family for almost
a generation.
Nercaatilelsteles It also shows that it has become a
Beginning back in 1892, in the most family habit to save money by buying
modest way that one could imagine, thir goods of buseay, proft-
without money and without credit, but able, pleasant and satisfactory. If you
with a will. and a fixed purpose in mind, do not know this, try it.
Joe and Eugene Duval left Crawford- You should try our store for once, If
ville and Wakulla county, one dreary only to know how easy it is to make
money by saving money on things one
December morning for Carrabelle, in must buy, and how easy cash buying
Franklin county, to set up shop. and selling makes trading.
Upon reaching this beautiful little Get the habit of buying at Duval
Upon reachtling amongthis beautiful little sand Brothers Cash Store and see how much
hills for which St. James Island is no- we are able to ave you, and what
ted, a small store room was secured spTlendid goods we give you.ech erson
from our good friend Capt. R. F. Pick- The average vgt each erson
ett, with promise to pay him $25.00 spending $1(00 yearly as practical y $16.
per month for use of the same. any families save ) and even more,
some $100 by doing all of their buying
So accordingly to our previously made from us.
pleIs, month 17th day of December. Others do why not you? If you have
, the door of Duval Brothers aih been a euasmer of ours, you know
Store were thrown open to the public, there is a large saving to be made by
Now to be truthful it will be neces- buying for cash.
scary that we admit that our stock of if you have never been our customer,
merehandise wau quite Insignificant, but won't you t.ke the words of the hun-
our poh, pluck and stick-at-t-lveness, dreds who are, are, and who find it profita-
with our spot cash methods well in the ble to spend their money with a cash
foreground, we began exchanging mer. store. Ours is Middle Florida's Pioneer
chandise for eash. (when we eeuld. ) Cash Store.
From this extremely modest begin- Some have been so unkind as to say
ning our business and our methods soon you should not buy your goodm of us;
demonstrated to our mind's a atisfac- that you should go to thus and so to do
tion that a larger store, conducted on your trading, because they stoix by
spot cash principles In a city where you in time of need. That is the buga-
goods of a dependable quality, at reas- boo that is intended to scare you away
onable prices could be obtained in any from us. But there is no argument
quantity desired, a urngle article or like the dollur-in-the-pocket argument.
many, at wholesale prices, could do We save our customers money-10
Therefore t further te.st our ie per cent, 15 pe.r cent arnd even 25 per
Therefore, to further th t our ideascent at time on everything they buy
and methods, a well as to gratify our This giving will enable you to pay
longing for more ybumines, we ventured your taxes, ebave you money to con-
to try rallahannee knowingrof no other tribute to your church and have enough
place which we felt so much needfel a left to start a bank account with.
store conducted on the principles of And yet we are criticimsd and accused
ours, a place better fitted for testing as of ruining business and the nation be-
by fire, our spot cash ideam. cause we committed the crimeof saving
Then followed the displeasure and to our customers 15 per cent or 25 per
annoyances Incident to moving, but fl- cent on their purchased. Do not let the
nally after months of tear up) and tear croakers scare you out of your right to
down we secured what we felt was a buy the be. as where you can get
suitable location for our husinve, and, them for the least money.
encumbered with the prophesies of old- Our lower price for the ame good
e, and perhaps much better business are nowretty general recognized by
men, that the Duvals ides were too far the retail merchants. However, it re-
fetched, too radical for Tallahassee and quired years of consistent underselling
Leon county people, that their store on our part to establish our elaim in
cold not last for the brief period of six that respect on a frm footing. Natur-
Isoths. We began business at our tat wesad to make it crystal clear-
pent location, No. S Monroe treet, not once, not for a seoson, but over
Since then onla brief five years and over again-before we could win
e tn and gthis short p-wyour complete confidence, and now that
hare etlamd, and during this short pr. we have succeeded in convincing you,
riod of time, our business has so pros- and forcing reluctant acknowledge-
perd and progressed that today h we are ents from our competitors and gan-
occupying three stores, each of which a om victory after a hard, long
In Jutthe size of the one we furst be- Ing our victory after a hard, long
in, being th 23x00 feet. You will struggle against the opposition of be-
ran I ntat eoan 31re-leievers in the "old-time storekeeping
querefore erstand that today it re- methods and high prices" merely for the
quicm three store rooms 23x00 feet to convenience of having one's purchases
accommodate the demands of our spot charged, which contested every inch of
te d on Mo nroe street and are or prog, ess. You may be sure that all
mo d on as Monroe 2 treet and a1Monroe the power we can command is coneen-
known as No's. 126 and 1 Monroe treated in tke effort to strengthen our
sreet h. Thes an d for ry reputation for selling the very best
oodad, rnisng Gode ho, oth quality possible for the very least
&ato rnd Fumnllhlng Goods Depart- ioneyt^le..
ments. The third store front on Clin- moverbefore have youropportultie
ton t which, wth the ais tance been greater than now to have us demon-
o a smaller warehouse, is used for strate our contentions that we are sell-
Hay, Grain, Flour and Salt at whole- ing cheaper, never before have we been
al1e only. so well and comfortably fortified behind
Theleap and bound with which our the bulwark of assortment, quality and
siit tha gone forward are evidence prices as now. So now we say to the
suffient, tat the foundations and army of people yet to be convinced,
preiptes upon which the *ame was that our cash-buying methods are best,
unded and is being conducted, are are safest, are more economical, are
end to the orbinelthou core. h easier and more pleasant than the old
When we began our business, although slipahod charge way of some time ago.
small, and in an unpretentious way, we ime to our store, inspect our got O
b ian with the determination, to better ome to our tore ready-made
tur own condition, only by bettering the csothhng, hats, soes and furnishing
condition of others, our customers and goods and the prices, and, by way of cornm-
friends, w prison, spend a few dollar", and you will
In order to do this we had to do go home to your loved ones with the
tomwthing out of the ordinary, in order satisfaction of knowing that you have
that we might be able to give our cuo- ,ught the very best quality for the
tomers advantages, which they did not ve ast money to be ad anywhere.
get in the ordinary way of trading. (me to The Cash Store, the Store
We quickly made up our minds that that (rown, where there is a large
because our grandfather had to buy assortment to select from. the very
on long time credit and pay war time. test values experience and money can
prices, was no reason that our custom- secure, polite and painstaking clerks to
ers should be required to do as they nerve you. The welcome and hospi-.
did, So we laid out a new road, one tality typical of a genuine Southern
which notwithstandingK the fact that it home awaits you.
pased over rough and stony places, .. ... .
would eventually open out into the Jalias Caesar
smooth road leading up to and through
Cash loulevanrd to our store and finally was a man of nuwrve, but sickness kft
ntto nyits mark and(l he became aged before
We have not only advised our friends his time., Sickness is often caused by a
to travel this Boulevard, but at every torpid liver Ilerbine will regulate
road crossing, we have placed cash sign your liver and give you health. Mrs.
boards for the Kguidance of the public Carrie Austin. Hollo, Kansas. writes:
In fact have tried to make this road HO "I consider lierbine the best medicine
plain and sm) public a thoroughfare that I ever. hesrd of I am never without
iere w no necessity for any one erring it." Sold by all 1)ruggits. *S

t weir way.
As a furtsier evidence, if further be Several of our friends of the Florida
necessary, of our sincerity and honesty editors are very much exercised as to
of purpoSe in advising and using every what poor old Bob MeNamee isgolag to
means at our disposal in trying to get get out of this Everglades drainage
the public to travel this highway of scheme in the event the amendment ia
safety: For the past number of years adopted. Now, you all let Bob alone.
we have been steadily plodding our He Isn't anything like a bad fellow, un-
way along this boulevard, and from less he happens to get off into bad com-
oer years of experience, now, 'in con- pany. We of course will have to let
mm with others who have been going you judge for yourselves as to whether
aleg with us, exclaim as one voice, his present running mates will come up
"There are no ruts n this road." to your standard of excellence or not. -
To any and all who are in the old ruts Jacksonville Floridian.
of buying goods as their grandp ta r-ts --
wed to, Od who know no other way Jacksonville Floridian: "Talk about
but that of p an price the near your "Louisiana Returning Boardil"
ast stwe may them, we want thut you just wait till BrowaO and hi.
shame to ow th the meiT D rlaa Board get dow to bteass
mm portable path we hmae ThyPlmake tbe ILlaama t look
Al wo want their e's woth lke that provebal "thirty esnto


Print and Prosper!

See John 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I
BverythiM Nw and Up-to-date In Mahary and y the Bt
raOmd In Paper and Card Stock, and th Beeat Ink, wth Mn wh
Know flow to Use Them. These esaentlal msurm the Best maales.
T MAH Wik Iprdmptti nMV Wib pIlu I Wmr dluappld yi.


he new Laxative
that @ocr .4ot gipe


Stomach and Liver
I_.ta .A

..or ae. ve Fnt Chronc Constipation,
Plesat o o'"Ie* Laxative Fruit Syftup Chronui;cuCwocnstnipation

Jehf. D. Ferrell,


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

N portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.

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

BEST and

Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

Cream Vermifuge




uiwams ot eevrsaeiTU.
Ballard-Snow Liniment C4
0 I*. LOUIS. MO.


UAS I,' -

Be* rasct. & Syo pm bino.

- NEW YORK, - -


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


full information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. Passenger Agent.

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad

Mail and Freight
Pamen- "- and Pa-
ire. s senrer.
N,, No. F No. a
N I Sunday Daily ex.
"a only. Sunday.

A. M. P. M. P. M.
Lv 00 Lv I 3O Lv 2 40
S is 1 43 2 4
I 4 1 4m 3 00
8 22 1 52 3 07
8 25 1 6 316
I a34 204 .130
Ar. 8 39Ar 09 Ar. 340
Lv. 8 46 Lv 4 46'Lv. 4 10
Ar 4 49 4 1&
S M8O Lv 450 417
S 62 421)
9 57 4 67 Ar. 4 25
s00 o I00 Lv. 4 40
06 6 06 446
910 6 10 452
926 f 25 512
9 "3 6 3 5 27
Ar 960Ar 5 50 Ar. 5 40
Ar. 10 0 Ar 6 0 Ar 6 36


Live Oak
Rocky Sink
Starr ,
....... Mercer
S Plait
wlinz Park. -.
..... hancy ....
Mayo Junction .
S D)ay
Smith -.
... Fenholloway ....
.... P .....-
...Hampton Spring*..

Mail and
i er.
No. 2
Daily ex.



Pamn- Pawn- ats
Ner. 6 N a FaNl.


M. P
4 30 Ar
4 1I
4 12
4 0O
8 66
349 Lv
3 .39Ar
a 33 Lv
3 30 Ar
32 ...
3 16
2 47
* Lv
206 Lv

5 40
5 2
5 24
5 20
5 17
6 08
5 00
4 15
4 0
a s

No. 12
A. M.
Ar 10 00
9 46
Lv 9 I1
Ar 910
Lv 900
Ar 866
8 49
8 46
8 so
8 15
Lv 800
Lv 7 80

No 4
A. M.
Ar 9 4
Lv 40
Ar 81

Ar 74C
Lv 640
Lv 65

Frt. an Puammewar. P.p'ngew. ?rmand Paasmgw. Psm'.
NoNo, o M.39No. 11 STATIONS. N.No, 'o MeN. 14
BU=da. S=-ay.only. j* j, -
A.M. P.M P. B. A.M. P.MIL A.
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lpZ -- -4 P~. eSWUMGmad FPm ft-Agm



AW Demis in


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


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


~ ___~

I------------------- II

Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can deposit hal a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies hand bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty day-from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would be surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
lOc per day for 5 years..-........------......----$16.50 .....---------...---. $11.14.------..--------......-...$167.64
20 per day for 5 years----------....... ---.. 313.00......---- -......... 22.28.................... 335.28
25c per day for 5years-------.--.-----............... 391.2..........-------------....... 27.85---.............------- .... 419.10
30c per day for 5years-..----..--.........-....-. 469.50...-...---.---.---.......... 33.42..............--...... 502.92
50c per day for 5 years..--....-----...........-- 782.50..-----..-....--........ 5.70........ .. ...... 838.20
lOOc per day for 5years-------............--....1,565.00-..---------........--.......111.40.----...........-----..- ..1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.

4P~h ONE" ( )



G. E. LEWIS, Vice-President.


Think Seriously of It. SPIDER WEB AN ACRE BIG. |
In Lee county last year the State
taxes on real estate amounted to $23,- New Attraction for Jacksonville Car- .
048.85; the drainage tax to $74,363.45 nival a Source of Nach Fun.
In DeSoto the two taxes were of about An immense spider web in which
the same amount, being in round num- merry-makers at the Jacksonville Car-
bers, $49,500. In St. Lucie the State na a theJc on a-
tax amounted to $14,691.46; drainage, nivai will find themselves entangled
$26,355.13. This at 5 cents an re for when they pick it out as a source of
$26,355.13. This at 5 cents an acre or fun, is being erected at the Carnival
\m, ^*^^^^^* ^BB I drainage. These figures ought to con- n, nr Mark and ihh
Since any one that drainageis likely to funts,by e er t and Eighth
"come high," especially if we vote tostreets by Keller ne of the biggest
lace it at 10 cents an acre.-Punta This is said to be one of the biggest
*orda Herald. mirth-producers in the world. It was
3aan Herald. n attraction at the Chicago White
SIf the Everglades are capable of pro- City two years ago And was given up
during the crops Gov. Broward says to outrival the roller coasters, shoot
S-- they are-which is all imagination on the chutes, or any of those hair-raisers.
his part-the land owners in other sec- It is a great deal more gentle.
Our Prices Won't Make Your Money tionsof the State would be fools to "You pay a dime to get in and And
vote to drain them, as that territory, your way out," said the manager.
F L Y. when drained-according to the Gov- While you are trying to do this, your
ernor-would be capable of producing friends and fve thouandother peraoos
T II% Y VAFER 0 crops to such an extent as to put farm- perhaps, are watching you through the
TULL W AU ers in other portions of the State out screens. Sometimes where. you think
of business. According to the Govern- you are almost out you are just as far
Dealers la or's statement the drainage of the Ev- from it as home, and this is when you
erglades would make paupers of every call the guide to put you beside your-
1 fn olirmer iniFloridanorth of the Caloosa- self again. There are hundreds per-
hatchie-Gainesville Sun. sons with you all the time, so that you
The Punta Gorda Herald gives some do not feel a if you were the laughing
Stock figures which show what "drainage" stock of the Carnival.
has already cost the taxpayers of the The Spider Web covers a space of
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST drainage district. They are as follows: about 150 square feet, and in the cen-
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST State taxes last year, Lee county real ter is the reproduction of a spider as
MARK. VIZ* estate, general purposes $23,048.85; large as a house. At Chicago a beau-
drainage, $74363.46; DeSoto county, tiful girl was stationed under the spider
GIS $ .0 nd up Lucie county real estate, general pur- those who found their way to her un-
$.0ea 14 091.46; drainage, $26,36.513. aided. This proved a big drawing
WA ONS 30.00 Wan p 4e terald draws attention to the fact feature and thousands of people threw
that this is the amount at 5 cents an themselves into the power of the
Also Brick, Stone and Tile acre. If the amendment should pass, imaginary spider.
the rate may be made 10 cents an acre, The contract for the spider web is
for Building and Paving. at the option of the drainage board. one of the most recent granted by the
Then the amounts given above would Carnival Association.
PHONE 15. P. 0. Box 338 be doubled. As to the alleged eager- A--- -e
ness of these taxpayers to pay this tax, A Lacky Pestalstress
Tallahassee, Fla. s the Times- Union can only observe, para- is Mrs. Alexander, of Ca, Me., who
Tallahassee, Fla. phrasing Capt. Cuttle: "For those who h un K' Ni
lo f th ingisjustw ewht tel is sort be the best remedy she ever tried for
Sthng keeping the stomach, liver and bowels
Don't Have Your The editorial, senatorial and congres- in perfect order. You'll agree with her
Cart Work BOTCHED sional party has returned from a two- if you try these painless purifiers that
day's pleasure trip to the edge of the infuse new life. Guaranteed by all
At the Mill. Everglades. They have adopted reso- druggists. Price 2.7
lutions favoring the draining of the
I AM THE Everglades and upholding Broward in Subscribe to The True Democrat.
his great scheme. These gentlemen
-T AM lR D -., A T were guests of a city in the Everglades -----. -
TIM BER CART country a city heartily in favor of -
drainnge, for the reason that she will
M AN. be benefited by the draining of the Ev- MILLINERY
I build them under a erglades, and we do not blame her. It
I build them under a would have been the he-ightof impolite- n
Guarantee, havebuilt ness for the party to have done other-
hundreds and build wi.,s than i i a mild resolution (r somie-
more every day thing of te, kind. inasmuch as they FANCY GOODS.
more ever day. had been really entertained by a city
For prices write so hospitable. Veni, vidi, vici. But Dainty Collars,
are we to set aside the careful re[xorts, ,
W H. Adkinson ,made after canfuI .. u v.s. of thte Handkerchiefs, Laces,
SL nitu.d States ex .rts. w,,, y drain- and Embroideries.
P. O. Box 4, ing te EverglaKi.4 is uttrlyv in|practi-
Tallahassee, Florida. oaben ths ,d-ayi oitn,In ,k* pat CORSETS anad HOSIERY.
S hler Star.
Tobacco Land. if the State is to pay its share for The Newest Material for
I offer for sale three desirable small ;drainage, where will the money come Fancy Work.
farms, suitable for tobacco growing. from? The internal improvement fund
One of 50 acres, one mile east of Tal- is already drained. The trustees can Utopia Wools in German-
lahasse, on south side Miccosukie road. give no title to any land they would like
Large barn and tenant's house. Num- to sell to pay fcr drainage f the work town, Saxony and,
ber of pecan trees. of drainage is to be carried on, and the Shetland.
One of 90 acres three miles west of State is to pay its share, it can only
Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson road. come from taxation of the people. Miss Adele Gerard,
Large house and two tenants' houses. Drainage of the Everglades would mean
One of 220 acres, five miles west of drainage of the treasury and drainage
Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson road of the pockets of the people. DeLand 149 N. Munroe St.
Tobacco grown there some years ago. Record.
wo tenant houses. ""L, ^
-ttf JOHN S. WINTHROP. Between J. W, M rd's and W. R. Tallahassee, Florida.
S Wilson's store- d pin bearing the'
BNoem f lWto. emblem of the Ta. Fire Co. indr .. -
Just received,a niee lot of horses and will be rey returning same to

S -1m C. m akner,. Proprietor. See Collins or yoar Job Prnhe.


'~ *5b*~
.~. -,*~ f~,F( ~ ~

U AT ES of the Finest Quality and 0

ATH Movement. .

No matter whether you buy your watch from me,
or whether I repair your watch for you-you'll be satis-
fled In every respect. The best always. . . .



No. 75 South Munroe Street. I


S*and take a look at our conveyances end
jyyou will readily me the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're.not
S .^ accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
J. P. S. HousrouN, Prop.
Phones 79 and __


Dealer In


Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,i

Carriages, Plumbing

and Plumbers


Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods.

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C. T. & O. R. R.
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Window Shades, Portiers, Curtain Poles, Etc.

All kinds of




Comforts, Blankets, Etc.


A select

stock of Picture Moulding on hand.

Pictures framed to order and work delivered


D. R.




Surrys, Bui

A complete line of
and Buggy Robes, Wh
any thing a horse need.
The Best Wagons o
Wisconsin, every one ga
At Shines' warehou
find the best assortmen
For Turpentine or,
be had in Collars Harne

Call and see


ggies and Wagons.

Harness and Leather Goods, Carriage
ips, Aprons, Combs, Brushes; in fact
n Earth, made by Fish Bros., Racine,
se or at my place of business you will
t of Surries and Buggies in this section.
Mill purposes I carry the best that can
.ss, Chains, Etc.


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